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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, MAY 30,1921.
For Whom Church Weddings Are Planned WILLS FARM T0 1 50 !.N.y.socirasTO TILL IT WITH HIM Pete Green Bequeaths Hun dreds of Acres for Com munal Experiment. t TOLLAND. Conn., May 30. An other CNpcrlment In communal life U to be undertaken by Farmer Pete Orcen. who through his will Just signed places his farm of several hundred acres In the hands of a group of Now Yorlt Socialists for the purpose. Hut Orten wants to see how It works beforehand, so ho will Invite 150 radicals this year to till the land and share with him Its products. Unlike similar ventures, there Ik nothing highbrow about It, no Jaded intellectuals with thcorles.no wealthy men or women engcr to try some thing new. "Farmer" fully describes Orcen, a raw-boned old man, bred of he soli and poverty. He can, ro.ul and write, but little else. Life t him has always consisted of fourteen hours' work a day, three meals and sleep. And the most Important thing In life to him has always been land. Now ho wants to give this land away. Thirty miles from Hartford lies Tolland, a sleepy sort of village. Green's land sweeps out of the vil lage, forming brush-dotted hills and long levels of tilled earth. Upon tfe outskirts of tho tarm Is a one-story shack Green's home. His other buildings all burned several months ngo. Green began to rebuild. And then the Idea came to him, an idea he had entertained casually for many years Out of this waste he would build a home for many, not only for himself. So he packed his grip and went to New York. He vlaltcd Miss iiertha Mailley. head of the Kund School. Ho had bctn. ua he describes It, "a sort of SoetaliM " Then ho drew, up his will and his immediate plans and named Miss Mailley, Samuel Heardslcy. So- ..t..llt .n m .i Iffna, llliurt Njaii. inuehcr, u neighbor, and Isaac Sack In, Socialist lawyer, as tho executors of his will and advisers of his plan. He does nut like his relatives. He does not want them to shate in his estate after he 1h dead. His rela tives, he assured tho reporter, did not respect him as they hhould. And be sides, "1 Want to do something for everybody." Green lives by himself, and has lived so for the last forty years. Ho Is llfty-six. His lured help sleep elsJ whero. lie does his own cooking, washing ami clcauin;;. He said: "I believe In benefiting every bodyhumanitynot like working only for yourself. There's something wrong with the world, Isn't there?" "Take tho war," continued Green. 'I lost $3,000 In the w.it, what with scarcity of help and such. There's Bomcthlng wrong In peoplo being poor ell the time, without anything to eat or a place to sleep. I'm a Socialist, H T hnllt.vn in thn now order. Thnt'i xny Idea." Sifting Its various phases, Green's Idea" seems to bo this: 1. He will provido work for those rho want to work. I. He desires, to quote his will, "to make a permanent, practical and con structive contribution to tho Socialist and radical movements by providing a haven of rest and play for aged, feeble and Indigent Socialists, radi cals or progressives, battle-scarred veterans of these movements, where (hey may spend the evening of th?lr lives In peace, comfort, rest, or in creative work." Practically, Ureen intends to dotote his community to sheep raising. In his youth he lived In the llockles und tended sheep. Hut ho Is not sure of the details. That Is a matter for the future. He stepped out of the shack and leaned against the fence. "Are you sure your people will Mvo In harmony? Won't one want more than tho other? Wouldn't vou want more, as this Is jour land?" "No, sir! Everything can't be Just equal, but wo can make It almost so. Everybody works, everybody eaj. That's the Idea." A Galaxy of New York 's June Brides I. C. C. OFFICIALS TO PROBE WRECK Engineer Blames Defective Brakes for Crash Killing Two and - Injuring Nine. IllUtUNOTO.V, X. J., "May 30. representatives of tho Interstate Commerce Commission are expicted here to-day to make an Investigation .nto tho wreck here, last night, In which two persons were killed and nine Injured. The accident was duo to the third suction or nn i-xcuiiti'tn train from Atlantic City crashing into a local of the Pennsylvania, wad standing at the station. The two rear coaches of the local were tele scoped, The dead are John G. Nebbutt of Tienton. and W. M. Kcssllng of Camden. -CThe Injured are H. H. Kelly, Hellc'vlllu; Mnrgaret Hedlngen, llordentown: U. G. Lattorley, Pater son. Viola Tllllnger, Newark: f. Gnngham. Mrs. J. O. Nelibutt, W. T. Alniry and Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Mezhut of Tienton. Mrs, .Wbutt am! Miss Hedlngen aro In St. Francis Hospital, Trenton. William Cook, the engineer of tho Vtlnntlc City train, says he saw tho signal tr, stop, but tho brakes retdscd to work. Alleged llrlil In $1,000 f'lrkiioi'Uet llnll. John McNnlly. fifty-eight. ""Id by the iwllcc to have been convicted more than n score of times n u pl.-kporkrt, ns li.-lil to-day by Magistrate McOeehnn In the West Side Court In $1,000 ball for examination on June 2. McNnlly win chinked with disorderly conduct by I.leiit Mi'Mullen of the plrtpoclict sqimd. who said he h(iw lilm JoJtlltiK persons In the crowd Inst night at the West 4M Street ferry entrance, llrlltlnn Soclnllstx Millt. IIUUSSBLS. May 30. The long ex pected split in the Soclall.it Tarty be came definite yesterday when the ex treme element of the party decide 1 to (institute a Communist Party which will seek contact with tho Third tnter natlonale of Moscow. Th-j leader of the new party will be M. .Incqurniotte. Miss Delafield to BeMarried to Robert McCurdy Marsh Miss Tiffany and Martin Brown Saportas to Be United in Matrimony' The weddings of MUs Charlotte Delaticld, Miss Voulettl T. Proctor, Miss Marlon Tiffany and Miss Kloinor Fales Coward will take place in June. The ceremony in thn case) of each one will be In Now York City. Miss Delafield Is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Livingston Delafield, No. 20 West GSth Street. Shortly after her debut she became Interested In Suffrage work, and last December she was appointed private secretary to F. H. La Guardla, President of the Hoard of Aldermen. Ml VOUUtTTE PROCTOW -t.H.WOOD Her wedding is set for June 1 In the. Church of Heavenly Rest, where she will ha married to Hobert Mc Curdy Marsh. Miss Tiffany, a daughter by a former marriage of Mrs. Henry Fletcher Godfrey, will be married on the same day In the Church of Ig natius Loyola to Martin lirown Saportas. Miss Proctor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Itoss Proctor, will be married on Juno 9 in the Church of Heavenly Rest tn Vernon H. Hrown, son of Mr, and MrsA Willard S. Hrown of this city. Miss Coward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Fales Coward, will bo married on Juno 16 In the Church of the Epiphany to John Howard Mallon of Cincinnati. Air. Mallon and his bride will make their homo In Louisville. Major Who lintuppenrcd Murdered hy Sinn IVIncrg. DU11LIN, May 30. It Is an nounced from Dublin Castle that documents found during u raid of tho premises in Alary Street, Dub lin, used as offices by Mlohael Collins, head of the Irish Republican Army and the Sinn Fein Allnlster of Finance, proved that Major Compton Smllh, who disappeared mysteriously from Cork in April, "was murdered by the Sinn Fein." ! Idirernlil iirotncru, Hallnnyiuen at Cork, Are Aoasnlnutril. CORK, May 30. Two brothers, named Fitzgerald, one a railwayman, anu me oiner a xormer soiaier, were taken from their homo to-day and Bitot. Their bodies were :lddled wi'.li bullets. HERO At Dfiwrtmfnt Htorti io( wbfrtwr urn brrllai tro told. If n gale turns Storm Hero Inside out simply pull it buck uftaln. A new frame If the wind breaks It. Mii.i.Hii linos, & vo. Mnnufacturors. NUW YORK. Host Otnuim Wltkont Tali TrU. M.-. ADD 23 NOTES MORE Yiur b3notf Plijer Pltrvo un now b converted to play 88-note muilc. Sat lifacllon iiiirantcrd, Mall ui mmt of your Piano tor ettita ot fot. U. S. PIANO REPAIR SHOP 250ft Amrterdam Avenue, N, Y, MME. CURIE'S BLOOD IS UNDER ANALYSIS HACKED MAN'S BODY FOUND IN HARBOR Expert Seeks to Determine if Her Condition Is Due to Radium or Strain of Overwork. Whether tho partial physical breakdown nnd tho anaemic condi tion of Mme. Mario Curie, tho dis covered of radium, aro duo to the ab sorption of radium rays in the course of her laboratory work, or tho effects of overstrain on a naturally frail physique,, will be determined to-day as the result of the analysis of her blood now being made. Dr. Ed ward II. Rogers and Dr. Samuel Lam bert, specialists, who have been In attendance on her at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Meloney, No. SO West Twelfth Street, are directing It. On Saturday, on her return from Pittsburgh, tho physicians, having first ascertained that pulse and blood pressure wore normal, decided upon the analysis, and upon the report of the result will rest the question as to whether Mme. Curie shall carry next three we'eks, until her return to France. Among tho honors contem plated Is the conferring of the de gree of doctor of science by Colum bia and Yale. Lato yesterday afternoon Mme. Curie, accompanied by her daughters and Mr. Meloney, left New York on a three-day visit to tho summer home of Mrs. Nicholas Brady at Manhasset. out the programme laid down for tho I attention could be secured. BARS KITCHENWORK SUNDAY., Wntnon TnUt-n a Par Off From JuilKe Koehcnilorfer'a Sentence. George Watson of No. 120 Fifth , Street, Long Island City, who was sen-; tented by Judge Kochendorfcr last i Tuesday to do "Kitchen Police Duty," declared that yesterday was a day of rest and that no man was required to do either housework or otherwise He arose early, dressed, and went to the home of his mother, where he spent the day. Titkrn III tn Ferry one, men " Immediately. Thomas Parker, slxty-ftve, of No. 222 Montlcello Avenue, Jersey City, became 111 at the Christopher Street ferry house this morning, He had crossed from Hobokcn on his way to work as a !.in,- for thi New Encland Steam ship Company and died before medical Was Near Spot Where Woman's Torso Was Taken Out Double Murder, Police Theory. The body of a man was found by boatmen In thn harbor n mile off Black Tom last night. Hoth hands and the top of the head had been cut oft, and tied to the rifcht knee was an eight-Inch Iron plvs three feet long. Fragments of ariny underwear nnd socks and russet shoes which bad been blacked 'bore no Identification marks. . , The body was taken to Pryor's Morgue, Jersey City, and Dr. Arthur Hashing will perform un autopsy this afternoon. The body had been In the water six or eight months. Tho pot where th body was found Is near that where the torso of a woman was found rtx months ago which has not been Identified. The police have a theory that the two anas poim vo a pussiuie ududjo mur- gndc Alioard, Sasaaehanna. With 700 Itefloated. BOSTON, May 30. Tho united States Ifatl Steamship Company's steamer Sui yiuehanna was floated early to-day from -Boston Harbor, where sne went aground he was anchored two miles northeast ""of the Graves and w not taking water. Special Sale of More Than 500 Summer Dresses As Low as $5.95 The materials include Voiles, Organdies, Linenes, Ginghams, Dotted Swiss, Gimbel Brothers 32no STREET -BROADWAY-33 no STREET NEW YORK CITY Dowims tain DOLLAR BB DAY aw. f Full Details in Yester day's (Sunday's) World $35 Silk Dresses 20 Styles Now $16.95 MVVILTOAl CARAAEAiT CO. 307 Fifth Avenue Near 31st street HI . CurZntirc Filth Avenue Building Exclu Voile Dress, $8.95 UMh'ely for Women' iWear I III Storage Absolute Protection at moderate cost. Repair ing at 'special rates during the Summer. James McCreery & Co. Telephone! Fit Hoy 3400 U 'I f Broadway at Ninth Street, New York. Store Closed All Day Today Memorial Day A Story That all hould know about the Lower - Price Down-Stairs Store at Wnnamaker's. LAST DAY of the WHITE SALE It will be decidedly worthwhile to avail yourself, on Tuesday, of the savings on White Sale merchandise, which, from present indications, will be difficult to duplicate. NlRhtdrawers, 75c; white long cloth; 2 to 12 years. Everything in the world that is good and true be gins with an idea. There must be, first of all, a de sire to da something worth-while. That is the way -this Down -Stairs Store came into being. Hundreds of people in and around New York wanted Wanamaker mer chandise: that is, thev wanted merchandise that was sure to give satisfac tion. But there were many times when they wanted lower-price mer chandise than the up stairs store could logi cally offer. So we said to ourselves: "Why nol have a Down Stairs Store that will carry out the Wana maker idea of worth while quality at a lower price? . . . For instance we can adapt a French frock, with a little less trimming, and sell it at a much lower price than the original. And the same idea can be carried out in other ways." And thus this Lower Price Down-Stairs Store became a reality. That was a little more thlm four years ago. To-day there is a complete under price store here, occupy ing the down-stairs floors of the two Wanamaker buildings. But there is a distinc tion that we ask you to draw whenever you think of under-pricc stores. One kind of under-price store thinks only of the price. That, in reality, is NOT an under-price store at all; because price alone is never a true guide to value or economy. The other kind of under-price store (like this) sells standard merchan dise only merchandise in which the element of quality is first and fore most. How can it be done? By eliminating some of the less impor tant features of trim ming, and in various other ways that are equally logical and work able. There is news in the papers almost every day about the happenings in this Down-Stairs Store. But if you take this news and compare it with the news of other stores you will not get an accurate idea of the plan that we are carrying out, because you cannot see QUALITY on paper. In plainer words, you must know that the Wanamaker standard is a definite thing valuable to you because it protects you; and it applies to the basic quality of all mer chandise that is offered in this Lower - Price Down-Stairs Store. Lingerie Philippine untlcrthliifra made of fine nninsonk. hand-made und hand-cmbroldorcd. At SI Of. limited number of lovely matching nightgowns and chemises. Af nlfrhtirnwnH and en velope chemises, elaborately em broidered in eyelet and heavy designs. At $1.50 slip-over bodices of handkerchief batiste, hand-hemstitched. TinfTcjd Voile Lingerie A ilntibition of French models. Adorably piped in contrasting color, bedecked with dainty ;lustcrs of French knots or boast ing motifs in hemstitching und lace; $3.95 to $5. Crepe de chine Undies Tailored shirts, self strap, $2.00. Evening shirts with clastic top, no straps, hemstitched, $3.50. Nlirhtirowns. c aboratcly ace trimmed, $4.75. Children's Muslin Undcrthings ranties, 25c; self ruffle; sizes 2 to 10 years. Princcr.s slips, $1 hemstitched rufflor-lnce trimmed. 8 to 10 years. Nightgowns, 95c; in pink ba tiste; 2 to 12 years. Silk Petticoats $2.95 to $5.95 Several of the season's mot successful models in 'white satin, both tailored and lace trimmed. ' Breakfast Coat, $14.50 Charming beruffled model in changeable satin of fine quality. Changeable color. Smocks, $1.35 Daintily fashioned of voile with vestco and collar with saucy little ruffles. Koic, blue, yellow. Corsets Dancing girdle of pink satin. $2.50. Femlna waistline model, $3. Redferti excellent model, $3.45. Silphin, summer model, $4.95, Fcmina-s-vcry souple no lacing, $G.95. Bungalow and Slip-on Aprons Hungalow aprons at 95c. Three models, in good quality figured or plaid percale piped or trimmed In solid color. Slip-over aprons, $1.50. Three models of colored percale with tie buck sashes. Third Floor, Old Oulldlng Happy the Bride of today of June who is planning to furnish her new home NOW, at a time when such rare opportunities to get GOOD Furniture and save a lot of money are before her. Six typical examples: For $2,117.50 You get $4,286 of furniture DINING - ROOM mahogany suites of 10 pieces; Georgian type; today's regular price.. DKDUOOM wal nut suite of 7 pieces; Louis XV. type; to day's regular price.... LIVING 1100 M divan and arm chair, covered with gold and brown velours; today's regular price $1,500 $1,351 $1,435 $4,286 For $1,747.50 You get $3,498 of furniture DINING - ROOM mahogany suite of 10 pieces; Adam type; today's regular price,. BEDROOM ivory enamel suite of 10 pieces; lA u i s XVI. type; today's regular price LIVING - ROOM suite of 3 pieces, cov ered with taupe colored velours; today's regu lar price $1,243 I- $1,200 t $1,055 $3,498 For $1,325 You get $2,7! of furniture DINING - ROOM mahogany suite of 10 pieces; William .ml Mary type; today's regular price BED ROOM ma hogany suito of 7 pes.; Colonial type; today's regular price LIVING - ROOM mulberry velours cov ered suite, of 3 pieces, today's regular price,. $1,010 $916 $827 $2,753 For $1,027 You get $2,061.50 of furniture DINING - R O O M walnut suite of 10 pieces; Jacobean type; today's regular price.. BEDROOM ivory enamel suite of 5 pieces; Louis XVI. type; today's regular price LIVING - ROO M blue velours covered suite of 2 pieces; to day's'regular price.. $1,032 $475 $554.50 $2,061.50 For $873 You get $1,747 of furniture DrNING -ROO M w a i n u t suite of 10 pieces, Jacobean type; today's regular price.. BED ROOM- r" hogany suite of 4 p. today's regular price. LIVING - R O O M tapestry covered suite of 2 pieces; today's regular price $850 $475 $422 $1,747 For $751 You get $1,362 of furniture DINING - ROOM mahogany suite of 10 pieces, Louis XVI. type; today's regular price BEDROOM wal nut suite of 4 pieces, Colonial type; today'i regular price LIVING -ROO M tapestry and velours covered suite of 2 pes.; today's regular price.. $700 $274 $388 $1,362 Fifth and Sixth Qallerltt. Nw Building j t f 1 -! "nie BUisquenannn, w"i iuu passengers, he Buisquehanna, w. is bound from Jst for this port.