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fl ns iwsawwataimt. WMMiaMMMawMBMMaMlM1j w.ik. - ,(.,J..7.-;-i'1 "TWn7riTTrafflnw n WM t I i bit 'vStwf "i Idov limn nnmi LEMON JUICE TAKES OFF TAN ' Girls 1 Make bleaching lotion if. skin is sunburned, tanned 6"r freckled " Snuffle tlic Juice of two lemon Into n bottle eontiilnltie tlirre. ounces of Orcliiinl White, shake well, mid you have a (imrter lnt of the bent freckle, snnlinrn nml tnn lotion, nml complex ion bcnutMcr, nt very, very mtiiiII cost. Your (rnircr lias the lemon nnd nny tlntR More or toilet counter will supply three ounces of Orchnrd White for a few cent. Mnssajre this sweetly fra grunt lotion into the face, neck, arms nnd linmls ench dny nnd sec how frecLles sunburn, wlndhurn nnd tan illsapprnr nml how clenr, soft find white the skin becomes. Yell It Is hrmles.-vAdt. Sunday World "Wants" Work Monday Wonders. Koch Prices Male Downtown 1COCH KltlMMiml llMfU, 125th Street, West . Summer Dresses n 3d Floor UY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS: I. Altaian Si MADISON AVENUE - FIFTH .AVENUE, 'Thirty-fourth Street ' Summertime Apparel for JonnDoir Masses, ChSldreini amid LSttfle ChHldremi Of timely shopping value are the following oolections, repre sentative of specially-priced merchandise in the current Folder and now assembled on the SIXTH FLOOR: for junior misses Dresses of white cotton voile (sizes IS and 17 Drcsseo of printed FOR CHILDREN Khaki Suits (middy and bloomer) Chambray Suit's (smock and bloomer) Dresses of chambray or cotton drill . Dresses of colored cotton voile . Dresses of white organdie .... Separate Skirts of white drill . . . . J. 50 Middy Blouses .' 1.65 FOR LITTLE CHILDREN Dresses of white lawn (sizes 6 months to 2A years) $2.25 Dresses of white lawn (sizes 6 months to 3 years) . 2.10 Dresses of white dotted swlss (sizes 2 to 5 years) . 2.75 Dresses of cotton vollo (sizes 2 to S years) . . 3.25 Dresses of chambray (sizes 2 to 5 years), 2.65, 2.75, 3.25 E inquiry Into Accusations Made In Case of Youth, Now Dead, Meningitis Sufferer HlHtrlct Attorney lewls of llrook lyn to-day started nn Inve stlxntlon Into the death of twelve. year-old An. thony I'errentl of No. 5513 New lTtrccht Avenue, llrooklyn, who, It Is alleired, wn ncnt from tho Norwegian MoiplUt ito his home when hn was clylnic of cerebro-splnal mnnlnrttls. duo to nn accident. The District At torney's action l upon the, advice, of Mriltr.il Kxamlner Dr. (Jeor Tontr. who lifts Inquired Into the unusunl circumstances surrounding the shunt- Shopping an Extravagance So cool and comfort able that the warm day will have no ter rors for all who wear them. Pur misses of 11, 10 and 18 years. Dresses of good (piality linenc, two nicrc effect with patent lent her belt nnd white piping on collnr, cuffs .....i ......t,i. :.. '"l.l... "...I 1.... i mi i- nun imi. Regular fc " Q f PrUtfJ.SO pl.7 0 Kor w omen and mijien. Dresses of fancy figured mid checked voile, in one nnd two piece effects. Fancy col Inrs nnd trimmings of contrasting colors. frlcm $(.00 $3.45 voile end organdie (sizes 15 SENT HOM HOSPITAL S CHARGE HI II M I inc. n Ins of b dying patient front one ho pltnl to nnoilier. On Mny the boy was struck Uy nn nutomolille and taken to Hi- Nor wegian Hospital, whoro ho was under the care of Dr. II. Graham, UN cries wero so continuous as to linnoy nil the patients In the hospital, despite morphine Injections, and Dr. (Iruhum, so he said to-day, twice, ;nnde ft de mand upon the Kit County fospltnt thnt It should receive the patient nnd plncn him In nn Isolated ward, This the authorities of the Kings County Hospital refused to do, bo Dr. Graham Insists. J.nst Prldnv the boy was sent from the Norwi'Rlnn Hospital to his homo, The day following his parents huc ceeded In having: him removed to the Methodist Episcopal Hospital, where he died yesterday. "I did nut order the loy to lw tnkeil to his home," Dr Graham xnld to-iI,iy. "I authorized his removal o, anotlinr Institution and thought he had hcon taken there, I have written to Com missioner of Chailtles Ulrd ft. i!oier to protest against ,c rnfuaal of the Kings County Hospital to receive thn pntlent, At the latter Institution It ia Mild to-ttny Ho recoid of Dc Glaii un'.i re quest could be found. LIGHT DIMMING IN NEW YORK APPROVED BY GOVERNMENT Cbney Islanders Protest Ixmij; Ueach Has Advantage Over Them Hecatise of Order. Hpsclal leputy I'ollcn Commissioner Ityan, by whoso order the lights of New York have been dimmed for several days, returned to-day from Washington and announred that he had found the War Department entirely In accord with hta Ideas for the defense of New York against possible air raids. Next Moinlny, he said, he Intends to fly over New York htmiclf In nn airplane to observe the effect of the dimming. II will be accompanied by a represen tative of thn War Department. A committee of Coney lalnnd resort managers protested to l'ollre Comtnla slonor i:nrlkht to-day against the bright llluinlnntlon of lxtng tleach, holding that it was unfair to keep Coney dark while Long Ueach, It hlaclnif with electricity. The commissioner replied that he could give no relief because Long lieach is not a part of Greater New York. NO BLAME FOR AUTO DEATH. Itenlly Denier Wlio.r Car Killed lluy In Ularhnraed. Ouy Short, n real estate dealer, of No. 517 fifth Avenue, was discharged In Harlem l'ollre Court tills morning by Maglstmtn orough when nrrulgni-d on it charge of homicide. Ijiat Wednesday afternoon while driv ing along Fifth Aveimo, at tilth Street, It was alleged, Khort'a Automobile ran over and Instantly killed Abner Jacobs, ten yenrs old. itt No. 1403 Kltth Avenue. According to tlix testimony the accident was unavoidable. (Ha. NEW YORK Thirty-fifth Street years) $6.85 and 17 yrs.) fl 0.50 $3.50 3.90 ' . 3.75 7.50 &.7.7S 4.65 THE EVENING WORLD, ALL OF LONDON PRESS APPROVES PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS TO MEXICANS Wilson "Architect of WorlJ's Fu ture," Declares Daily News Praises Legally Iq Russia. LONDON, June i:.--The London press unanimously uwinvcft President Wlls ffouri son a recent apec'h to Mexican rualists. ti ir-ii..... i... . . . . i n-piiifiiL oiinifii ir. n irvilieil nun- self iis tho orchltnct of tho M'urld'i . ,... v. ... ,, . " ' future, thn IH v Ne,- Hnld. "The lojouy oi mu i iiiieo ninu-H to iiusslii, from which It has noihlnK to irtiln. M one of the rcileetnlntf ci'lsodi'H of tin war. When lilstory Is written Wilson will hlnn llko n bra..,,,, Kht n he darknens." "I'rsldent Wllson'ij International Ism Is so f n r nwny frnn, tnutunl Jenl otisles nnd distrust tltr.t It accms llko nn iinnttaln itilo ilreiunlr.tul," said the Dully Kxpresa, "However, It Is a lirldKo that enn ho entered with faith tt Is aomcthlnit thnt Wll.ion'a creed hns heon arcopteil by 'ho most vigor ous and hardest headed people on earth." "Orent Hrltnln und the United Hlates together can. csort on un equalled premitro on the enemy av compel the enemy to como around to our Ideas of vulture, poaco and worl-1 liberty," the Chronicle R.1I1I. CASHIER ASHLEY IS CLEARED Was tmlleteil With flrotit In Ilia t'nlon Dank Case. Supremo Court Justice Callaxhan. in llrooklyn, upon thn application of Dis trict Attorney l.owls, dismissed yester day an lndlctmiit found In 1911, which chained James T. Ashley with partici pative In an atlcKed falso report as cashier of tho defunct Union Iltnk. Ashb'y was Indicted slmuttntieously with I M ward M. Grout, whose conviction for perjury for the alieced awenrlnc to a false rKrt as President of thn bank was reversed by the, Appellate Division, Second Department. Itecently tho Urnut Indictment was dismissed. It brine stated tnai in view or tne decision or the Aptiellata Division It wns not deemed advisable to retry thn case. As the Grout nnd Ashley Indictment were very similar. It was regarded by the District Attorney as a wasto ot funds to try Ashley. AGREEMENT ON ICE IN.SIGHT.- Stair Comptroller ndrll and Co 111 nilMHlnner liny In Mrrt tin Prltluy. Mate ten Comptroller Benjamin U, Odell and Public Markets Commissioner Jonathan C. Day, who havo expressed many Interrallng opinions of euch other during the pust few weeks, will meet next Krldnv morning in Mr. Odell's office, No. 120 llroudway An attempt will be made then to conio to some agreement concerning the snlo of Ico In New York Mty nt a price within the reach of the nverage consumer. Alder men Collins and Miilllns, ropreaontlng a foinmlttoii of Itisinl of Aldermen Invtui tltntlng Ice and coal, will ulso be present. It Is understood that the .State Conip trollar Is willing to havo the city hnndlo all Ice received here, ASKS M'ADOO TO CUT FARE. llroni I'nrk t'tiiitmlsitloner I'rolesta llnle to Prllintn liny. Park Commissioner Joseph P. Hen nessy of the llronx wrote n letter to Director (ienerut of ltallroads .McAdoo to-day protesting against the liicre.xst'd fore rule us It upplles to the Harlem Itlver brntich of the New York, Now Haven & Hartford, which runs from Harlem ltlvcr station to the Pclham Uay Nnvnl Training station. Heiincssy says the Increase will be a hardship on sailors at Polhiim Hay nnd will ulso affect many poor people who hitherto have used the free bathing bench. The fare has been ten cents and the new faro Is 2" cents for a one-way trip, llennessy asks the Director Gen eral to reconsider In this case ns li did In tlie case ot the Hudson Tube fares. THREE SLAYERS MUST DIE. Wliltmnn Iteftise In Sate Oatrnii Viy, llrlKK nni! Cniuuilaky. AI-HANY, Juno 11. Oov. Whitman to-day refused executive vleniency to Hyman Ostransky, Alvah llrlggs and Hindis Commlskey, who are sentenced to die ut Ulnar Sins; Prison this weelt. IJrliTKS wns convicted of murder In HI. hnivrance County, Commlskey In lisst'X County, and Ostransky In New Yiuk County. Tlirrvr Iron at Hoy I'lni Inlt Hull, la i'linrur. When a ball wlUi which children wcro playing bounded Into a blacksmith shop In llerry Hlreet, llrooklyn, Herman Hea, an employee, It was charged, threw 11 piece of Iron which Inflicted n scnlp wound uion Nathan Llebcrwltt, iiged eight, of No. fit tlerry street. In tlio IlrldKO Plain Court to-day Hossc, wbo lives at No. 988 ICnst .Hlfi Street, llrooklyn, wns held jn tl.UOO bnll, Ask Wllawn In Mop llenrst I'npers (Ireiitntliin. (Sperlil to Thr RirnlM Woild.) STAMKOIID. Conn . June 11 The Men's Club of the Methodist Church adopted resolutions last night inking President Wilson to prevent the circula tion ot the Now tork Anierlcun and New York Kvenlng, Journal here on thn mound that they are unpatriotic pub lications and afford comfort to the enemy. Colnmliln Mummer t'oiicrrts. A series of summer concerts to bo Clven on Monday, Wednesday unci Fri day evenings until Aug. 16 began last night nt Columbln Vnlveralty, Mon day night programmes will be mis cellaneous, Wednesdays community singing will form part of thn enter tainment and Friday nights will be de voted to tho works of special com posers. State Convention t'lmlrmen. NKW HAVEN. Conn . June 11 nepresentatlvo John Q Tllson of the Third Connecticut District v. Ill be Tempoary Chairman of the Uf publican Jstnsr Ilnglneer Hurt In Full. While supervising work In tunnel No. 1 of the 14th Street subwuy at tlm foot of North Seventh Street, Williamsburg, to-day, iillam It. I Mate uoiivi-mtitii "ii .un Jiep F lesentatiVH Augustln Lnnergan of the First Connecticut District servo In a like capacity at thn Domoci.itic State ' Convention tho next day. iinth con ventions will be huld In Hartford, Harry, a civil engineer, of No. 311 West Eth Street. Msnhattun. fell fifteen fent from a plank Two ribs I vr- hrnU.n unit jh.r Injuria. ( TUESDAY, UNABLE TO IDENTIFY ( WRITING OF ASSOCIATES. Wili.iin K HuclKins CoinmitleJ to J.til for Contempt in Case of (lie Knsseltite. loin. .1 . ItudKlns, .Secretary of im- Uat. h Tower Illl.lc and Tract Bo- elety ind purclmsliiB necnt of tlio Putl.lt Asiocliitlon, wns committed to Jlt t.-lny by .Iudg- Hone for con- icmpt or tne l e.iernl rourt in urooK- on in inn ir ni 01 roiiowcrs i i.ie lnte I .istor Itusse II fur rotiso racy , - t ":,n1",;'t '" ""vrnment. lliKl(fln In one of severftl witnesses ,lfn,lnl,.j wllh lh rBBnlJllt0. who iip been called by the Oovernment, nit ' whim have shown unwilllnB- '"' ' ftlfy, or open hostility to court. Iludglns wns rerjuested to Identlf, tl.c slKiiature of Wlllinm fl. ' Van AniburKh and A. Iluth McMillan, Ills associates, on -'rtaln tracts and iru'ra in u.nrixrii it- iiip it"Sicia tl.inn, nml he professed Inability to rrruitnlto the wrltlllK of either, al tlmiMl) he had been close!) associated Willi ihein for many years. HudKins's wife, employed as a stt- vr " ". " lepri- iiiiiihii'ij mpk upcn lur uiiviiiiii(iit.'a8 In Klxlnif testimony. THIS GERMAN HOLDS HIS JOB. Ilaekenanek llonrit at Ildtirntloo Won't nUnilaa "Unemy Allen." (Sl'rlil toTlie Kttnlgf World.) HACKKNUACK. N. J.. June 11 Tho llnrkcnsack. Hoard of Education refused , -VTZ enemy, Itnckcnxnck Council Junior Order. ' Tobel Is it carpenter nnd general utility rii.in Rettlns; about $1,000 a yrnr from tho I board on part lime, tin naa ueen 111 mis country about twelve years and had only his first papers when the war broke out. William Wyks. representing tho Jun ior Older, suld tho protest was patriotic but when he asked President llerry what was Tobel's nationality the President said the board would not be utilized. Charles H. Plenty. Treasurer of the Hnckonsack Trust Company, said Tobel was prevented from taking out his sec nn.l imiinrn. Wvka said Tobel was a (lernian alien enemy, waa so llstod at l'ollre Hrudquurtars, nnd the Juniors optKUcd any but American citizens on public payrolls at this time, llyron f'erruson and Ueorge IlanKer horf wcro thn only members in f.tvor of Tobel's dismissal. ROBINSON STILLVEIGHTING. Tliouuli HI, Senator "nys He'll De feat Itlsnla nriil Wliltinan. "I have whipped Dan Stroebel twlcs. I can do It again." aald Senator Theo dore Douglas Iloblnson. nephew of Col, Hoosevelt, to-day. ' Convalescing from a slight operation In. an uptown hoipltal. Msrtuu U. Lewis's tiimpalgn manager thus answered Oov. Whitman's threat tu displace him In tho Senate. To friends who visited him Chairman nnblnson added; "I shall be on the Job within a few days. Then I shall do my best to de feat Whitman for a third term and all rivals for my place in tho Senate." FIRE IMPERILS 26 WOMEN. Inmate of lbtiin limine nf Itefuue Nnvpil li) Wntelnnan. (8pcm to Tlit Eitnlat World.) AU1ION, N. Y., June 1L Twenty, two Inmates and four mutrons of Cot tage No. 2 at the Western State House ot Itefugo for Women here, hud a narrow escax at midnight when fire Murtcil from spontaneous combustion ill n closet under tho stairway leading to tho second floor. All were asleop be hind barren windows ami locked doors. The bulldlnu was , filled with smoke, when Watchman Herrlck saw the flnmes nnd nwnkened a matron. The Inmntns were marched to other cottages The fire waa extinguished with only alight property loss, FATHER PUTS DESERTER OUT Youth Wlin Left ItcKlmriit nn Way to I'ranre la Arrested, Albert II. Lanzar. twenty yenrs old whoso parents live nt No. 333 Hnat 241xt Street, Klngsbrldge. was nrrested at ft. 30 o'clock this morning nt the trol ley stntlon nt Webster and McLean Avenues by Policeman Austin Hall as u deserter. Later ho was arraigned be fore n City Judge nnd turned over to the authorities at Governor's Island. The boy snld ho had deserted from his regiment while en route from a Southern camp for Frunee. He reached his homo last night, and when his father learned ho was a deserter he put htm out of thn house. He was very despondent when arrested, STABBING AT CONEY ISLAND. Victim of Five Wtinntls In Hcsptfol, Ansnllmtt Kcnics, Detectives Ixivello and Collins are en the trail of n man who early this morn ing stabbed nnd probably fatally Injured Kloretlnn Corrado of No. fil Mott Hlrce Manhattan, during n fight on Neptune Avenue, Conoy Island. Corrado is In the Coney Island Hos pital with to wounds In the chest, two In the stomach and n fifth In thn back. Ills assailant fled, but the police have a good description of him. Make Your Car Do Its Best Get the utmost serv ice, which war time demands, by correct lubrication. f GRAPHITE S Automobile LUBRICANTS put a velvety, long-lasting veneer on bearings. They stop friction nnd keep it right on the job of saving your time and your money. Atk your dtattr for Iht Dixon Uibrlcalini Chart JOSEPH DIXON CRUCIBLE CO. ' Jsrstr City, Nsr Jtr.tr EslabllthtJ 182 7 JUNE 11, 1918. ; ' . 1 EMERSON MOTORS COMPANY BOUGHT 30,000 RADIATORS Inventor, Testifying at Conspiracy Tiial, Says He Was Paid I a-n;,ww in iih-iui. Tlln Kmeon Motor, company. Inc., cntcrC(1 nto , contrft.t for jfl.COO rftdlat- M M0 of whch w),r nverej, BCCord- .nB . ..., nn.rA uh.n th hear. Ins on tho Indictments charging the of- caU nn(1 otneri wth coniplrilcy Wa r0iimi In United States Court to-day. William 3. Kells, radiator Itncntor, testified ha had hetn p.ild 1(0,000 at the time of the merilnir of the V. .1. Kelli Mnrfiifacturlni; Company and the orKuii lilnc of'the Consolidated Auto IUdlator Company by N. V Wilson, Assistant t'nlte.l Hlates District At torney Oetorne sold he proposed to show Ih.l it.. tit, H'lUrtn Itl Tkttf ,.,. rnmnnnv hHnna-ed to (1)e .toh,,,,,,,., of th8 Kmrrfon Motors Company. TAX PLEA FOR UTILITIES. Ilnnaa Committee l'raed to 1'at Them In Drparnte Claas. WAS.ttVUTO.W .Tune 11. A request that public, utilities be placed In n separate class for taxation was made to the House Ways and:Means Com mittee to-day by I'hlllp It. Oadaden of Charleston, fl. C. While the general volume of business has Increased with the war the earnlnca of utility cor porations, particularly street car llnee, has fallen off, he said. John W. Ilatdorf of New York urited Government control of corporations as a means of reaching a fairer basis of tnxatlon. Gulden's The seeds, spices and other pure ingredi ents are grown in the sunny, fertile fields of America, England, Italy and India. Nature contributes everything no preservatives; no adulteration. Quality and source of supply the same for over fifty years. No other mustard has the distinctive Gulden flavor. Made in a modern, sanitary plant, exclu sively devoted to mustard. Not touched by hand; made clean and kept clean. A Good Way to Buy: 2 Jars for 25c Thrifty housewives are taking advan tage of the Gulden 2 jars for 25c price it means true economy. The extra jar comes in handy. Look for Gulden's Mustard Window Displays At Grocers in Your Neighborhood. SHIELDS OF POLICEMEN JOINING ARMY RECALLED OrJcr Includes Also the Daises of Men Now Engaged on Dock Duty Around New York Harbor. Police Commissioner Knrljrht Issued an order to-day recalling the rhlclds of all members of the Police Depart ment Jolnlnic the United States forces. It Includes otso the shields of men who. under the administration of former Po lice Commissioner Woods, enlisted In the army and arc now encaged on dock duty around New York Harbor, but not thoso of Detectives Martin Oivcnn and rinrnanl Flood, who aro lieutenants In tho American Army now flKhtlnx on the western front In Franco. Owens orig inally left here to drive tho ambulance donated to Krance by the Honor LeKlon of the .Vow York Police force. Commissioner Kiirlxht save ns his reason for recalling' the shields that com plaints of petty grafting had reached him. that men nboqt this docka would obtain liquor without pay and then In tlmldato the saloon keeper by flashing a shield to show they were Now York' po licemen, and that when fights would oc cur along tho water trout, uud a patrol man would arrive one or the combatants would show a shield and Ret away. Seelt to Hevokc Ilnnil House l.leeusp. Oftlcers of the Stnto Exrlso Depart ment to-day went before Justice Kappcr In the Supreme Court In llrooklyn with sn application to have the liquor li cense of Holllswood Hall, Hollls. U I., revoked. Afflvadlta nnd testimony of excise Kcnl were to the effect Out on two Sundays last December they had boucht drinks on thn nrnniliwn nf tli roadhouso. Justice Kappcr reserved de rision, Established 1867 M An American Standard Received Medals and Dipldmas American Institute World's Fair Chicago Paris Exposition NO SUCCESSOR TO PEARSON. eir nrU nnd .eiT Haven Toat pnnes Kleetlon of President. Tho dliectors ofthc Now York. Nw Huven and Heeford Ilallroad Company, met In this city to-tiny, but did not elect a succesjor to PrfSident B. J. Pearson, who has been appointed Kederal Man ager of tho road by Alfred H. Smith, neglonal Director of llallronds for the Custom territory. The mutter wns ri fcrrfd to the Exec utive Committee, which will report on lime 25. No Mystery About Clean Healthy Teeth Half-way mensurcs won't keep teeth sound. Hidden particles of decaying food hide them selves away. Sozodont searches them out cleans up every crevice. Over 60 years' serv ice has dispelled all doubt about lozodont FOR THE TEETH Liquid Powder or Past SOLD BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE ) ouiu l.i 1 4t..ri HiunnUvU Slnnn. $6 euclt ' of 0si tl'.JfUh to J Holdcn'i.j'lttSL.cor SthA? USTAKD at: 18G9 1893 1SO0 JOT 1W"