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, - i, -.h i , - i i- , ri -a -taMtMYir-maitttUtShMjUiMSrTm m ii mil i i ii i m ivwmm mi m ' iiwiwuiin i - hbbmmhi. M THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1918. FARE TO NEWARK 'NOW IS 27 CENTS; RATE MIX-UP ENDS Washington Order Fixes Same Price in Tubes and Pennsyl vania Raise on Perries. Chicago Boy in Pershing's Army Who Has Shot Down Foe Flyers WASHINGTON. June 11. Incrcaso from 17 lo 27 cents in the fare from New York to Nownrlc, a dtstanco of ( nine mlle over the Hudson and Man hattan Tube roulo and the Pennsyl vania Ilallroad, was authorized to day by the Itallroad Administration. ThU will mako cast and westbound rates tho same. Yesterday when the new passenger rates went Into effect the Pennsylvania sold eastbound tickets at 27 cents, while tho Hud son and Manhattan, forbidden by Di rector General McAdoo to ralso ratea, sold westbound tickets at tho old price of 17 cents. nallroads oper&tlnic ferries te twecn New Jersey points and Man hattan and Urooklyn were Riven per mission to-day by the Interstate Commerce Commission- to raise ferry fares to an avcriiBo of r.ve cents, although this Increase trill not bo put Into effect until after tho Kajl road Administration Investigates to determine whothcr It Is necessary. Tho Hudson Ulvcr Iay I.lnc was authorized to-day by tho intenttatc Commrco Commission to Increaso Ha passenger charges In accordrncn with the recent increase In railroad passenger farew. The Western New York and Pennsylvania Traction Company has asked the commission for permission to Increase both pas Hirer nnd freicht charges to the level of the new steam railroad rate. POLICE RESERVES TO DRILL AT JULY 4 CELEBRATION Six Thousand Will Participate in Exercises at Shecpshcad Hay Speed way Park Big Spectacle Planned. Police Reserves of Manhattan, the Bronx. Ilronklyn and Querns will be mobilized at the motor Ppeedwsy Park at Sheepshea-' Hay on July 4 as part of a patriotic clbrllon. Tlirrr will be hand concerts, singing by operatic stars and addresses by orators of na tional reputation. Admission will be free. The Police Reserves, numbering about I.OCO, will be organized In regimental and battalion units In the morning and drilled In preparation for their review In tho afternoon. IlesUles th reserve there will be. SW membets of the Women's Training Corps, 10) women mounted on horsnback and COO members of the Tollce Training Com. Police Inspector John V. Dwyrr, un der the general supervision of Deputy Commissioner Ilodman Wanamaker. Is arranging for the celebration. It Is planned to make the occasion one of solemnity to Impress all with a rense of duty to the nation In these critical times, Prominent actors and actresses have pledged their services In a big spectacle. State and city officials will attend the ceirwrnuon. PRUSSIAN WIELDS KNIFE. Alma at (ialli-lnn Who Objected lo l,rrmnn nnil In Arrratnl. Relnhard Km use, a Prussian ilh washer wno says Germany Is "Die best country." Hlthough he prefers to live In America "beenuse you get more money here," was arrested till mornlnr on a charge of attempted felonlojK aasault. He had a Job In the kitchen of h restaurant at No. 56 .Vorth William mre.ei ana was isiKlng Herman there when Jihn Makson. u (inllclan. Int.-r. fered and told him to speak Knglli.h. It 1 charged Krause caught up a butcher's knife from the meat block and was striking at Makaon with II when the chef disarmed him. Ho was then arrested. I .k.Tr a. Oka J mm- A WVIO rOOAMT OOWM YJ ... DIRIGIBLE LACKED FUEL One Seont fnr V Iloata Pnta Out Dlatrrs .l(tnnla. WEST SA.YVH.Ln, I I., June 11. Decayse the supply of fuel gave out a Government dirigible balloon was forcon to come down hern last night. The. balloon, 12S feet long. In charge of two men from the Ilockaway Naval Air Htitlon, had been scouting for submarines along the Long Island coast. Hoi' distress signals were seen by mon from the llluepolnt Coast Guard Miction. They put out In a motor boat, convoying the balloon lirro. The electric current wr.s shut off to deaden the network of wires In the wrav. Men from the Naval Reserve, Has' Number Vive took hold of the ImIIooii's guy ropea and pulled her down nfter working an hour and a half In the pour ing rain. Ilundreda of people drove out this morning to see the dirigible while me chanics Horked to get her In shape for the homeward trip. FLOUR RESERVE ON HAND. 800,000 llnrrrta llrlil llr Kntitl Ail inlnlatrnlliMi. WASHINGTON. June 11. Emergency reserves of flour totalling 500,000 barrel are piled In moro than twenty cities throughout the United Htntes for uso In case of bread famine. It was learned at the Food Administration to-day. These stores, the equivalent of 7,2o0, FATHER DEVINE DIES AT 66. r nrunartlck 1'aitar rae Away "itililrnly. The Rev. James Pevlne, for twenty- three years pastor of Sacred Heart Ro man Catholic Church, at New Bruns wick, N. J., died last night. He was In usual health on Sunday, said mass In the morning, and In the afternoon had charge of the Sunday school. Ha was stricken last night with acute Indi gestion. Father Devlne was born In Ireland sixty-six years ago. He had been curate at St. John's, Trenton, and In Bsst New ark and Woodbrldge. Bad Breath ' Pimples, Blotches, headaches, Biliousness and Constipa.- ( tion Can Be Banished. Use R. & G. Pills, a vegetable com pound containing podophyllum and its allied laxatives. 1 The benefits to the liver and bowels I are lasting freeinK the user from skin impurities, headaches, dizziness, bilious- nes. bad breath, constipation, and ' many bodily ailments. . , R. it G. Pills are the perfect vegetabfc substitute for calomel all its benefits none of its bad results. 10c. 25c the bov Advt. 000 bushels of wheat, hsve been held by the Food Administration at great Indus trial centres ulnce early last winter. With the present flour and wheat stocks practically exhausted. It Is possible that these reserves will havo to be drawn upon. They constitute a ttfo weeks' supply for the centres In which they aro storcd; ENRIGHT RETIRES WILLIAMS. Ilnll I'p llnrenti of Unidentified Demi nnil Mlaalnir Persona. Police Commissioner Knrlght to day announced that he had retired Acting Captain Orant Williams, hesd of the Ilurcau of Unidentified Head nnd Mlilng Persons. AVItiMms built up one of th most important branches of the Police De partment as a result of the furore that followed the death of "Dig Tim" Hull I vii n. uhooo body lay unidentified for ilnya In a morgue. One of his most ii itohle feats was tho recon airucllon of n skull duir tin In Urook lyn two years ago. A plaster fHce was put on the skull so scientifically that t n slain man was Identified. Williams Is forty-six years old and wna n oioinner or me rorc.c since i37 . l.nkr CnHnln Demi nt H.t, Had Only in lllrthitnra. OSWEGO. N. T.. June 11 Captain John R. Moullher. for 22 years Inspector of hulls nt Oswego and a well-known lakn captain, died nt his home here to dnv nt ih" nee of eighty-three. He was born on Fob. 23. U36, and during his life hnd but ID birthdays. i.rt'.T i t nV J.fiTiUiiiitflii'i Wi Viai13"-"1- rAMMEYE BSK arrmcdonaShcMtojvsSbncLi 34,hSTt.NcuuVorlL 1 Women's White High Shoes IT is a wise wardrobe that enlists the services of the White High Shoe. For motoring, walking and sports it is ideal. And we are sure that life must be one joyous occasion after another for the women who wear Cammeyer Shoes. Those pictured below are two of our "lenders." The one on the left is something new, with per forated fancy tips nnd medium hcighth white leather heels. The other one is not quite so fancy, but is de mure in its uppcurnncc, and has a very comfortable leather heel. White Snowbuck, 7.50 White Buckskin, 10.00 White Linen, 5.00, 7.00 White Snowbuck, 6.00 TRAINING FOR CIVILIANS. .frit Officers' t'nnipa to lie Open to Them. WASHINGTON. June 11. The aimv'a need, for ottVers ha become so gi'CHt that tne neM series of training enmpa will agnm be opened to civilian cnml - I dates The fl'th training rampa w'll be Wcsled a ii.e permanent replacement j rani in ntnd of with the dHMimB I The nrtl.U'rv especlnlly Is shoit ct of- ! fleeii Tim omn th.it lias lieen nrai t.- I cully de.-Ill ei I iiiion is io ndinll I.200 civ- 1 lllan randlduti'S nnd i.20n from the r.tnka to tho aitillcrv o(Ilcer- irainmR amn 1 each nioiuh Only men from Uv" life who are above drn't nao will bo av. cpted as uiuiiild:uer A smart roll front style COLLARS hivej exclusively LLtocord Uabreakable Buttonholes 0E3. P. IDt I CO.. MiWrs. T0T. R, V. James McCreery & Go. 'ih Avenue 34th Street Another Important Sale ON WEDNESDAY AND THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK Men's Furnishings 1740"McCreeru" Silk Shirts Made or heavy Silks and Broadeloth Silks. 4.95 - 2900 "McCreery" Madras Shirts Made of Woven Madras nnd other soft materials. 1.65 4,800 "McCreery" Shirts made of Madras and Mercerized Materials... each 1.15 3Q0 Doz. Shirts and Drawers 90 Doz. Shirts and Drawers Made of White Madras. Made of Silk and Cotton Mixture eaeh 75c each 1.25 60 Doz. Suits of Pajamas 60 Doz. Union Suits Pajamas of Light Weight Cotton. . Union Suits of Lisle Thread; summer weight. 1.45 1.65 Pure Silk Half Hose Cotton and Lisle Half Hose Full fashioned; fine grade; Black and Colors. 1 In Black and Colors; durable grade. pair 65c Iuir 25c 165 Doz. Men's Straw Hats in various Straws and models 1.75 . J . VUIIIUV IllUVIUUlf W UUi w Buy War Savings Stamps 5th Avenue ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. 34th Street Important Sale 225 WOMEN'S SMART COATS A special purchase of unusually fine Coats, including smart sport models, from a leading manufacturer who sold us his entire surplus stock regardless of cost, enables us to offer Coats of much higher prices at the remarkably low price of 14,50 regularly 25.00 to 20.50 NO C. O. D.'S NO APPROVALS NO RETURNS "McCREERY SILKS yy Famous Over Half a Century for Ucst Values, Largest Variety and Most Complete Color Assortments. McCreery f 8 Annual June White Silk Sale Offering Thousands of Yards of White Silks and Satins At 75c to 3.00 per yard value 1.00 to 5.50 The Moat Extraordinary Values and Assortments of the Year.' 15,000 Yards of NEW NOVELTY PRINTED VOILE in a wonderful variety of choice, exclusive designs and latest fqshionable colors. 40 inches wide. Special, yd. 45c June Sale "McCREERY QUALITY HOSIERY" Several purchases made months ago in anticipation of this June event make possible these extraordinary economies Women's Silk Hoiiery, suicrior qtinlity; fine Km'Kc; While or Dlnck .7 pair, 1.35 Women's Silk Hosiery, excellent values; lllnck, Whito or Colors pair, 1.65 Women's SUk Hosiery, all Silk; Plain Hlnck or Embroidered Novelty clox or insteps; Hlnck or White pair, 1.95. Women's Cotton Hosiery, full-fasliioncd; Hlnck or White 6 Pairs 2.75 pair, 50c Women's Mercerized Lisle Hosiery, full Cushioned; fine gauge; excellent vnlue; Hlnck or White 6 pairs 4.00 pair, 75c Children's Full Fashioned White Mercerized Cotton Sox 6 pairs 1.95 pair, 40c Important Clearance Sale 1 CRETONNES An unusual assortment of Cretonnes in artistic designs and attractive color ings; suitable for draperies, hangings, cushions, etc. 2,500 yards yd. 22c . . . formerly 38c and 18c :J,000 yards yd. 35c formerly 50e and 75e Slip Covers mode to order. The above prices offer exceptionally good value for this requirement. Flags for "Loyalty Week" Beginning' June 14th, 4 'Flag Day" Unusual Values Flay Outfit Printed Silk Flays 5x8 ft. United ritutcs Flaij of Cotton Printed Silk l iiited States Fhis Hunting; sewed stars and stripes; canvas mounted on staff; ilt spear. Size Qx.'l heading; complete with pole nnd bracket. I inches to 10x21 inches. 5.00 regularly 8.0I ! slL,'nl 5c to 3.00 .1x8 ft. I nited htntes Flag of Cotton , Hunting with xewed stripes; canvas , All Wool Iltillilliy Service I' lags "nR' 3.50 regularly 5.00 Hx,K indies Special 1.00 . r a' ni feet Special 1.95 All Wool Bun tiny Flays 3xa fe(t ; ; seeiai 3.85 ft regularly s., 1.95 j Flag Poles With Hall and Halyard tlxi ft regularly t..0, 3.45 - 4x0 ft regularlv 7.00, 5.50 8 ft. . . 75c 10 ft .95c K'ft.. 1.00 5x8 ft regularly 0.00, 7.85 Metal Hrnckets, 1 '4 inch 35c 0x10 ft regularly 14.00, 11.85 , I Ja inch.. 50c " 1 i nt rr iA Mil ;t3 Mi I i