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rtrinnjirm niiMM'P rHuiv rt mi n3 13 THE EVENING WORLD, MOWDAfT, ATTGTTST I ,,1111 I ISI t Willi W Rather eye is on ftriTiu nnnnnrof LAI IN UUITOtto ft 1 jg&jytHr, New York's Former Forecas- f tljr Enters G. O. P. Race in New Jersey. nner" Dunn, tho famous rore- la a contestant In a five flcht for tho ItopufoUcnn oityjifttlon for Congress, officially opeiUnR his camjvxien in .-Mown, m. fcrN tfi-nlght for the battle of tho fri es. The district mvoivoa is t..ic ... ... . - A nib. which includes uio neart 01 jNoWirk and tho cltlos of Orance and taaat! Orange. f Otfoosed to tho "farmer" aro for ,SneriConKrflnAn It. Wayne Parker, & Uwrcr of Jfownrle, from one of tho HjdjjtamlllesM: Charles A. Ias Master f f Onuure. and "William C, Cope and .JCapB and Lo Master aro tho neaas or Utftnces colleges and Connolly Is a firrUfer and lecturer, Parker Is the feholoe of the org-nnlzatlon. Daniel F. fellnlhan, a Democrat, Is now tho iConircsaman from tho Ninth DlfltricL . .'""Runver" Dunn Is running on a, . Jplatform of six words, which Is all Sho jyorda thoy allow for a platform pa New Jersey when a. cnndldate 'elocU ' to deslgnato one, Tho farm cr platform la "Americanism, Local OpU6nj No Foreign Entangloments." I KHaa B. Dunn was affcctlonotoly known by thousands of people In Uils "lty , and" country when he was In ehargo of tho Weather Bureau, his resignation In 189S tormlnatlnir a ser vice lof twenty-five years, sixteen of Vhlcii were spent In New York. He not nly told the people when It was colng to rain and when It was go ifnir io bo cold, but could. tell a long ilmbVahead about a big storm or u rood! in a certain section of tho coun- r"i Relievo in giving tho people what -thoy want," he said to-day, on tho bve of tho launching of his compalgn. iTtmt Is why 1 am for local option, Whatever the pcoplo want let thorn 'Vnl.lfnM l hv wtffironrlltm nml If 1 I xo to "Washington, I shall vote for I (whatever the majority of my clientele decide -upon. Ono big thing that the SJscodIq of New Jersey want Is the MecDCnln of tho channel all along tho (Jersey shore. That Is how I camo to be a candidate. trainee "Jtarmor" Dunn resigned from ijth Weather Bureau ho has teen far (from an idle man. He has lectured 3md written magazine artlo'.i anil a couplo of bootts, ono of the latter Mo llis The Weather and How to Foro IcoJrt It," He Invented ono of tho first dnovlnir cloture- machines and a vacuum cleaner; also tho speed con it roller, which controls the voltage on jan electric arc and on Which 'he and lvalues. "On the wet and dry question," said WEATHER WIZARD WHO FORECASTS OWN SUCCESS AT POLLS ' i -lis "vsi AUTOS CRASH, WOMAN HURT. Mrs. lluth Fink, No. SGI lino Avcmio, the flroni, was Injured slightly In an sutomobllu lu-cldent early to-day In Cvn trsl l'ark. Hhe was In a taxi with her husband, Harry, on Uib way home. Tliore was a collljlon botwecn the taxi and an automobile driven by Charles l.ticdn. No, 261 Kast Ninth Rtrent, who wan arrcatel on a char en of reckless drlrlng and taken to the arsenal station. Ifr. Fink's lip was Jj&dly cut by broken glann and she was treated at Mower Hospital by Urr Sard. Cos Tnrltrd to Addr Jrrnrf Hen IJELVIDIJW:, N. J., Aug. (Jov eonor Ilwarda Is chcdulod to make nn address at the picnic of the Htato Farmers and Ornntrcra here on Wednes day. Tho commute it trying to Induce iov. Cox of Ohio, Democratic rnndldate for I'ri-nldcrrt. to nttend tho picnic. FRESH, FRAGRANT, DELICIOUS ORANGE PEKOE TEA ia laden with the invigorating and refreshing qualities that are only to be found in perfect tea Fresh and Pure always from the Moun tain Tea Gardens. ELIAS E. ("FARMER".). DUNN. Mr. Dunn, "I stand where the .people stand. There Is no use of trying to deny that thore Is a great deal of dis satisfaction on the Prohibition ques tion, and I believe on that nn I do on every other question which affects tho TiDonle. I hollevo in their ex pressing tholr opinion on everything and giving to tho majority what they want. ,11 D I froyi .STORAGE. FURNITURE SALE NOTICE TO NEWLYWEDS SAVE 50 TO 75 Dlf DirftlM In Ntw pirlod rurnltur. Itrtnd Nrw Oitfrmoor lUtttru tnd Hprlnct. JIHAND NEW DAVENI'OnT HUD. 150. A dun nne birk ulour Hvtng room H. . 70.00 Mat mult y nd walnut Utlruom wli,.,. ltil.00 Vriour llilns room wt, Jwwt ciuklont, . 145.00 Tn-irirr dlntm room milt tomplrte. . U3.00 I1017 bedroom Mt. cwnplrtr 175 00 Tl.rw H'ft rrtl lritlur llbrarr tel.... Cfi W) MAtioiinr dlnluf rtirta trl, 10 rlrre,., 295 00 Walnut dlnlni room H. 10 plrre. ... 2H00 1800 U IN I. NO ltUOM HKT 850.00 BUY NOW FREE STORAGE TWO MONTHS Ixrie aiaortmnit of Tirln-bftlroom itli. In PtrltUn irry, Ifory. Walnut. He Chippen dale, HbrraUn and ttaltin ItrnaUaanc Utrj lng ronm aet a. Cheat rt Mr M Ltiln Itoom trta. Ciit- Die a aua uirraiuiim. LEXINGTON STORAGE CO., 690 Lexington Av., near 57th. ASK FOR and CET HrSeEcps The Original mailed Milk for Infants and Invnilda AtoU Imitations and Substitutes Gordon &Bilvorth Real OrangeIaqjiaiabe NorthWestCornerSixthAve&I5t-cStr. Furniture S cilc $187.500 Furniture & Rugs V S1 01 fff Porceloid Side leer Our Prices WIH Surprise You. Come in, Hys'njc, Solid Oalt, Porceloid inspect the pieces look at the prices Food Compart- C elk Tfc 08 and realize tho many dollars you will ment, as lllue- V -ffttg.JO save. Take advantace of this AUGUST l"nted 2W SALE a never-to-be-forBotten chance. f). Tlani(inA CyoAU ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN , . v" , figures Invites Your Account 4-Piece Queen Anne Period Dininq Room buite in Genuine Quartered Oak Consisting of BUFFET GO inches wide, CHINA Cfkiss'tflv K( OflSET. SERVING TABLE. DIN1NO TABLE. AH V JB.0U Inchtm. C ft. Mien. ion. Four Plsce.i t . . UtX&Qjr Jt, Greenpolnt V.'ood Finish Metal Bed In Antique Ivory Finish, with perforated panel and Chiftorobe iZ Am SO A Q" Anno Period rgUed medallions, a. -gl .0 Suto , American SKfl.25 H!utraUd,at W Walnut Q CLOSED SATURDAY AT 1 P. M. MOTOR TRUCK DELIVERIES. SI BR00KLYN Oppenheiw.luns & FULTON STREET BROOKLYN Announce for Tuesday A. Great Clear-Away Sale of Cotton Voile Blouses Summer Blouses that Sold Here at 2.00 and 295 Are Combined with a Large- Special Purchase, Making This a MostExtrao r dinar y Economy Event Tailored and dressy models. Some prettily embroidered, tucked or laco trimmed, and others with organdie collar and cuffs. Sale Price 1.15 Values up to 2.95 J r ml mm u" p. Mi JM jllijl. j liplllfti p.m. Grand C entraJ Pa j CLC& Lexington Ave.r 46th to 47th, St., New York LAST DAYS This, the greatest sale iri the mercantile history of the City of New York, is now in the last few' days. The great salesroom, which, by the way, is the coolest shopping room in the city, will have to be given up shortly, a3 the room has been scheduled for great industrial shows. Do not neglect this opportunity to buy WANTJSD goods at much less than "regular" prices. We are very anxious to wind up our affairs in the domestic business, and are making it an object to you to help us do so. Bear in mind the fact that the merchandise offered in this sale comes from some of the leading manufacturers in the United States. It is all "regular" goods; there are no "job lots," no "seconds" all strictly reliable goods. Shoes Tremendous Values Perhaps it would help our sale if we told you where these shoes come from but it would hurt the sale of the same shoes, which, under nationally known trade marks, are being sold, day by day, in regular stores everywhere, and, through courtesy, we do not mention them. For Men One of the tremendous values to be found in this great sale is the shoe pictured here. No. 7203 An English model, straight lace; blind eyelets, Goodyear welt, in sizes 6 to 11. A wonder at 3.00 For Women Amongst the many striking bargains featured here is this shoe. No. 1800 Five eyelet lace Oxford, welted soles, military heels, fashioned of gun metal leather, sires 2'A to 8; AA to D widths, wonderful values at .50 u For Breakfast A A re a dy-t o-eatToods Ve el and nut-like in flavor economical no waste full of the nourishment of wheat and malted barley baked twenty hours never spoils in its wax-wrapped package. i Order from your grocer Youil eat torapesNuts again and again! Wade by Postum Cereal Co., Inc., Battle CreeK, Mich. Silks-Beautiful Weaves-Bargains Silks such as these are cn sale in high class stores, but at much higher prices. The weaves and colorings are of the very best, and the prices are so much under those necessary to charge in regular business that women who wear silk extensively will profit greatly here and now. Japanese Lace Stripe Satin This is a wonderful fabric. 36 inches wide, it is adapted for men's shirts and women's blouses, es well es women's and children's dresses and underwear. At this price it is one of those rare values which make this sale so remarkable. .50 . White Silk Jersey Cloth 36 inches wide, this silk is splendidly adapted for dainty lingerie, and at this very low price is a decided bargain. 98c Silk and Cotton Sport Cloth 36 inches wide, in a variety of colors, wide or narrow stripes. For sport skirts and dresses this is a splendid cloth and a real value at this price. White and Black & O Corded Silk W 36 inches wide, a beautiful weave, this is especially adapted for mourning wear, and is also beautiful for general wear. The qual ity of the silk should not be judged Jjy the price, as it is a remarkable value. Woolens for Men's or Women's Wear The assortment of woolens of the better kinds which may be found here will enable you to have the suit,' wrap, dress or skirt that you want at much less than you have expected to pay for it. See them now; it will pay you handsomely. Range W. 3001 $4.00 Yard 20 ounce, 54 inch wool cheviot cloaking for women. Shadow plaids in a range of colors, including olive, gray, green and other wanted shades. Range W. 3004 S3. 00 Yard 24 ounce, 54 inch wool cloaking for women 8 coats ana men s overcoats. V Comes in a splendid range of shades and wanted colors. Range W. 3019 $2.75 Yard 16 ounce, 54, inch cheviot coating, in gray and dark shades. A splendid fabric for general wear and a wonderful value at $2.75. Range M. 1804 . $3.50 14 ounce, 54 inch Oxford flannel for men's suits or light weight overcoats also for women's suits, coats or skirts. A great bargain. Range M. 2035 $4,25 Yard 14 ounce, 54 inch iridescent coating, for men'3 or women's coats. Close woven and very high quality, a remarkable value. Philippine Cloth $4.00 Yard 9 ounce, 58 inch tropical worsted in a beautiful quality. Comes in olive green and dark green. For men's summer suits or women's wear. Grand Central Palace Nemours Trading Corporation, Chast W. Mills, V. P. & G. r tutu