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THE HYliMIMB WO ELD, J?BUAt, AD6U8T 20, 1919.
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RENTS SOARING IN PARI
Tllir tnramr Increase For landlords
In '.net Three Year.
rAIllfi, Aug. J5 (Associated Pri
Corrcpondemx) Tho Income from
lodgings and apartments In Pari, cnt
culatcd on the rental now demanded
by landlord, would iihow nn Increase
from 683.00O.000 franc In 1916 o more
than 1,521,000,000. The number of
apartment for rent increased about
thirty per cent between UN and ll,
while the total rental went up about
SO per cent, between 1X39 and tho fall
Rlnn the armlstlcn the Increase haa
been moro than a hundred per cent.,
and, mot of that since April, Mil.
Went Pointer BlgM-Berlns; In Home.
noiii:. Aug, 29. Tho 100 West
t'olnter visiting Home spent to-day
In sightseeing. They Inspected the
varlou museum and went to Caatle
Ht. Arorelo and SL I'cter's Cathedral.
Thl afternoon they were tendered a
luncheon at the Ilojral Military
Bronx Baby and Floral Boat
Win Asbury Park Beauty Title
TRIMO PIPE WRENCHES
TRIMO NUT WRENCHES
WITH BTKKL FRAMES
Thtt vtlt sot eruk tni wHh Nut tiunti tfcst
prtrnt (cddsatal rotation el thl tdjiatln; nut
WILL LAST FOR YEARS
Retail at mib price a. other. All tit
ut or your dcaLcr on wkit
TKlMOnT HfQ. CO., 248 Canal SL
New York City
All of This Season's
Keep Cool Suits!
for Young Men and Men
Palm Reach & Silk Mohair Suits
$12-50 $1 j.75 & $51
Gabardine & Silk Poplin Suits
18-50 & $24.75
BIG VALUES IN OUR "
Buy now and save 25 of what you will have
to pay in two weeks from now. We cannot
duplicate our stock at our present prices.
NMB MORGAN PROTEGE
IWNIbbl VII Will
causo she was tho beautlfullest
baby In the beautlfullest float.
The float was a boat mado of
carnation and trimmed In sold,
In which sat Miss Rosalind, In
gold hair, bluo eyes and a pink
and gold frock. Her city home la
at No. 17M Crotona Park, East,
tho Bronx. Hor parents admit to
the Evening Wvorld that tho com
mlttco was rlrfht In making tho
awnrd and add thatthoy don't
ray It becauso slio Is their own
toby cither which goes to show
that Rosalind has tho light sort
Residents of Borough Eager to
Welcome Furmans Home
From Summer. Resort
Rosalind Furman, two years
old, Is awaited on tho streets of
tho Hrunx, on her return from
Asbury Park, whero she Js spend
ing tho cummer "with her parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. J. Furman, ut
the Hotel St. Laurent. Rosalind
won tho first prlto of tho Sixth
Division In tho Baby Parado at
Asbury Park last Wednesday bo-
You can cut It and urn Mm
batter on Individual plat
Ctl it et your poor
IwMl.Orr Ward Clolhn tin slisty
f rem tor teratirt rl th FIT
WELL. S.tlilutorj wer inriitx
er ur meiay back. Aik ar SisJsr.
SWEET-ORR & CO., Inc.,
CLOTHES TO WORK IN
Oisralls C C.ltl. J la I Suits
Vera Suits rUnn.l Bhlrll
Khaki Pll Suits. Wsrk PmtilSelti
27 Cortlandt St., cor. church st.
Sixth Ave. L at Door Hudson Tubo nt Corner
Save Your Eyes
J ;,,'. 1 I .nut
rM Eiiinlmd 1.1 lUiisund Onwnrtnu.
...... Tru. Li.Kk
2C( i.i.4ka. cut. uliuu St.. ManbalUui
Ilk r alias One HUUI Up. "
lul tltslua Am., eor. mMh SL "
Ojb V. Illil St.. nr. HI. Jllrholat At., "
vll Praised am, n.ir IMih St.. tin at
IIPIOWN IT0IIIS OPtM UNTIL P. St.
OF GRAND LARCENY
Rich Man's Son Accused of
Sharing in Forged Check
n ir t - n- mrr"BMf T fi.
LIBERAL CliEDiT TERMS TO ALL
OurTsrms Apply Also to Nw York. New Jtrsty, Long Island and Connecticut
August Furniture .Sale
ktv W Ltady'a udener
inns, line bluu-wmu
auiuonil, perfect cut,
iasrai souu 101a
Cor. Ooidcn, Lanej 9rioan
S"ntT iMae,,eV. Xit'iZH1 Qlie-2.Ann Per,od Suite, consisting of
ourrsi, i..iir (.LUStT, BcRV NQ TADLE. Isk 71 fr
DININO TADLE 4S Inch, 6 It. extension" Four PlscsM '2j,5'
trtTTrnk'HauBto. : i
Colt milt tni Cttt'mt
on Credit From $251
Up. Also Records
on Credit With
AK.K HONIIAYSJi BtATPBDAVH nNTIL in F. M.
I'EASI', PIANO COMPANY
12a West V-ld Street.
34 I'lutbuili Ave., Hrooklyn.
87 Halsey St, Ncwnrlt, N. J.
Eiimm nave you
WL FOOT TROUBLES)
ATI WFrWJmA I..UHSES' COUtOlll SHUtS A',, .
IM-3Dll I AI,(-ciatKk(tQISTCIIS'HOr "Up t
I !(o pattsli.il so. ili fjr.
IT II I "'' A iMclsl d Ks 'il
fj "4 I 'trtutut Is doi4 cs IN t"3
T I uhlr to boM shoe t fWk
U net sb"i forordlnirr srrsr f
I PtAui Shoe Shop WwCA
I ni Ilk h. satr WHFWT V
Msciklnei I " Oa' t. vli
n fdlt. ' I (.iftiauiur.lil
Although ho Is tho son of a wealthy
man and was tho' protege of the late
J. Plerpont Morgan, Irving M.
MttchcJl, twenty-one, who has been
living in nn apartment at No. 14 West
101st Street, seems to have been un
able to keep out of serious trouble
On Aug. 13 he was released from tho
nn.-v nrlinn nt IVi'rtr.mnllth V II I
and to-day ha Is in the hands of tho
New York police charged with grand
larceny. It Is alleged he passed a
forged check for 1700 on the Hotel
Mitchell Is said to bo the son of
an offlclal of the International Mer
cantile Mdrlno Company. Young
Mtchel as a boy attracted tho at
tention of Morgan, who used his In
fluence to havo him entered on the
Urltlsb naval training ship Britannia,
tho first tlmo this privilege had been
accorded to an American.
At the outset of our war with Ger
many, Mitchell enlisted. In the Ameri
can navy, but was absent without
leavo for eomo time and was later,
sentenced to six months In prison.
According to tho police, tbo boy
came under tbo Influence of a notor
ious crook while serving his sentence.
The second prisoner, who had charge
of tho printing and engraving plant,
devised a plan for tho defrauding of
persons throughout the country by
means of passing forged certified
checks printed secretly In tho prison
plant. To further his scheme he cul
tivated tho acquaintance of young
men from wealthy families about to
bo released. Besides tho checks this
prisoner Is said to have furnished his
accomplices with engraved cards rep'
resenting tho bearers as offlclal In
big banks and corporations,
Vben he wo released Mitchell
came to New York where, It U
charged, ho bought a safeguarding
device for printing tbo amount to bo
drawn on the face of tho check. 11c
went to the llutcl Delmont and, It Is
alleged, presented to Joseph Hook,
the cashier, a check for (700 drawn on
the Klrst National Hank of Ports
mouth, N. II., and signed "M. Jun-
klm, Cashier." Hook has known
Mitchell for many year, nnd when
the young man told blm tho chock
rcorosenlod but savings In tho navy
'bo hod no hesitation about cashing
It. A few day later, It Is charged,
the check came back marked
Mitchell was arrested last night by
Detective William J. Junes of the
! Eust 61st btrset station, who said bo
(ound live other checks on the prls
nor and tho check printing devlco In
lis rooms at the 101st Street address,
Che six chocks totalled 12,7:5,
Mitchell also had a big navy revolver.
, Naval olllcers working on the case
said tho prisoner who furnished the
checks, and -who has been Indicted In
Newark, N. J., for other forgeries,
was the man who actually signed the
not sign the check ho Is alleged to
havo passed tho charge against him
Is grand larceny rather than forgery.
Mitchell won arraigncu tnis morn
ing In Yorkvlllo Court before (Magis
trate; Huth. His attorney asked for
an adjournment until Sept, 8 so that
tho boy's father could bo communi
cated with and tho VnCletrate
granted it, fixing the ball at $1,500.
SILENT ON M00NEY CASE.
Secretary Wilson nefnarp to 131
mlRe Department Plan.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 29 Secretary
of Labor Wilson to-day refused to In
form tho House of tho activities the
Department of Labor' ma'- at present be
conducting In the case of Thomas J.
Mooney, convicted of bomt;throwlng In
the San Kranctsco preparedness parade.
Tho Information was askcJ In a reso
lution of Representative nianton, Texas,
recently passed by the House.
"It U not deemed compaUblo with
the publkt Interest to mako public tho
present activities of the department that
affect the ease of Mooney," Secretary
Wilson wrote Speaker dlllett. The Sec
retary also refused to reveal the de
tailed activities In the easo alrvco Nov.
, I.I. - - , ... Ih, ...Alllllnn
and refused to Itemlto the expenditures
o fall tho Government agents and In
vestigator In tho case.
REFUSES TO BAR PICKETING.
Court Denies Application to Tie
strain Striking; Window Cleaners,
Supreme Court Justice Charles 8. Ouy
haa denied the application of Adolph
Schwartz, a President of the Window
Cleaners' Employers' Protective Asso
ciation, for an injunction to restrain
the Window Cleaner Union from plo-
The defendant ajles-e that the strike
was provoked by a breach of contract
by the employers," said Justice Ouy.
"A mere allegation of picketing with
out the aettlnff forth of any fact
showing that picketing is being done In
an unlawful or illegal way u noi siu-
FALL KILLS WOMAN.
Son, Who Pound Dotty, Said Slse
Had Hern Actios atrangr.
Th body of Mr. Annie Murtner, fifty
fire arear old. waa found at the bottom
of an alrsliaft at her home. No. 144 Lewi
street early to-day oy ner son, .atoms,
a motortrtan. on his return from work.
Tho police are unable to tell whether
aha fell or Jumped from her third floor
Murtner told LU police bis mothtr
naa oeen acung strange lor -uio uui
Bexcr Entertain Soldiers.
The Kntvhts of Coltlmbua. tinder the
direction of Jimmy Twyford, the K.
of C socretary, traveled out to Camp
Dlz last night and staged eight five
round bout and a wrestling bout, the
bout were witnessed iby Major den.
Hale and staff and also 8,000 soldier
that are awaiting their dlacharge
from the army. The bouts, were a
follow i Pocky O'Oatty vs. Jim Kauf
man., Jim Montgomery vs. Ilay amtth,
Willie Qulnn vs. Babe Collin, Patsy
Plnnegan vs. Corona Kid. Dob O'NIell
vs. Frankla Clark. Red Allen vs. Far
mer ouiiiruii. tv.iwr unrau th.
Tommy Shea, Fred Dyer v. 1)111 Wal
Ker. xoung aiunaay ana I'ete Wiley
wrestled SO minute to a draw. The
referee wa Jimmy Twyford and Chris
Dalton held the watch.
.The Will and Deed
There mtat first be an honest desire to render
good service. But ks consumrnition depends
largely upon experience and resources.
Ninety-four years since the first store in our
chain was started. In more than 200 stores
we now do a business of thirty million dollars
jfrxagl Stored mesAre
50 Saving On All Meata n
s m-i m sa nnrnv.L r .
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195 SIXTH AVE., BctwecH 131h aii 14th Sis.
SPECIALS FRIDAV ANDSATURDAY
Spring Lamb. lb. MullW . U V lb. L 1. Pucb...ellb.
Comed Beef, M.U2l. Natti?!..... X TClb. Round Roast. iUrJlb.
Korequsrten Jt sT Chucks ol Lamb Chops ef f) at
of Ccnuine I f Mutton or I IB or Choice I K V
Spring Lamb. Xglb. LambStew... X Vlfe. Steaks JLOlb.
Girls! frUke beauty lotion lSf
a few cents Try tl
Sauecze the Juice of two
Into a-bottle containing three
of orchard whltiL shake welL add :
have a quarter pint of the best, frecklsi
and tan lotion and, complexion be)
Ufler at very, very small cost
Your grocer has, the lemons and ao
drug store or toilet counter will tun.
ply Utree ounces of orchard white to
s,vlew cent. Massage this sweetly
fragrant lotion Into the face, necla,
arms and hands each dar and sm
how freckles and blemishes disappear
ana now cicar, soil ana rosy WhKs
the skin becomes. Yes I It I hsnu
less and never Irritates. Advt
Thl nooVL.EH3 ruu 1 tbs latest sasl
moat suocaaitul aahlaramsnt In sclsatina
asntlstrr. It clloas to ths rums assd
siars uisrs wuu you mi, ids. rsi,
dsncs or laach. Proved by any taat rva
can mk. The Anchor State la Imltatsd.
but never successfully. The Heal Anckn
The 1VATERBURY Way
Ofme hare In the morn! n r. have I
eld teeth aztracted. KIIEU WITHOITT
l Ain, ana return nome at mailt wita
NEW set. OUAJtANlRED to fit oer-
rectir. Decayed teeth aaTea loos teetis
tKntenea miesina testa replaced withoa
AM. TVOHIt ACARAIfTRRD lO TKABS.
Eitractlons and Dental Surgery mada
rAtNLK.H by the annllcatlon to the, roma
of our NIJW TtlCMDDT.
29 W. 34th Su NewYorft ,
414-16 Fulton St Brooklyn
Hours: OtoO Sundays. 9 to 2)
AIL LANCUACES SPOKEN
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE
C6rned Chucks of Lamb or Legs of Beef, 10c lb.
WHEN you go on your va
cation this Summer have
your favorite paper mailed to
you every day.
Evening Weils, 19c per week
0II; WhM, 19c per wwk
San-day World, 6c per Sunday
Tea na miarrtbe do for a Mk er say
WasUi ef tlm. you vt.h. us X vul
cbure reur sddrrea ss en.n m rou dMlra.
Ttll rear rrrulsr B.ioalr where yea
wmet the paper etnt sad be will amae
rtlk ne Woild to mall It to you, er
eemd rear ranuttseee direct te Ceahltf.
New Tt World. faMtaaf BuUdla. Nw
nli(i. Ill ahnfo of the "nroflts.1
I the police ay, wa on,o.half,t the-
I rum ooUsotad,
B0usa MilerU V