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THE EVENING WORLD; THURSDAY, AUOTIST 4, 1921.
PUKER AT $2 LIMIT WADE HIM A VAGRANT. YounR Mnn ArrrMnl for Mnrlnif tor l nrcn n( (irnnil Central. A ouns man, well dressed, nn. preached another In the Grand Central lermmai oaiiy to-day, saying: I lmto to auk anytlilns of a stranger, but I'm got to get linmc Uabylon, I,. I. anii 1'vo lost my rxickctliook. If jou -ould lend me tho fare, $1,55" Detective McOlynn of the Secret Sul vlco Squad heard lilm. Ho oUed '.lie youiiE man If he knew him. "Oh. yes, you lent mo $2 tho nth.ir tilRht." ho said, "when my pocket had hem picked." McOlynn showed his shield. "Here's your $2," said the other. Mc Olynn took It and locked hlln up. At the Yorkvllla Court the prisoner w.n found KUllty of vagrancy. Ho said he made $6 a day throuRh h specialty. Jle Kave the name of Albert Do Ueauchamn, No. 7S West 4th .Street. "I'oker a', fi limit drovo me to this." he said .u ho was led away. The father of the young man said he could not ma'e lilm work, and recently sent him to Pittsburgh to try to mak a good sta,rt. The father is caring for his wife and baby. TOPEKA RAIDERsTEIZE $5,000 IN CIGARETTES. Tirrntj -KIrM Hitkrrirrn Are Ar rrMtrtl I'mlrr Ivhiinkn l.nw. TOI'KKA, Kas., Aug. -i. Twenty eight Topeka druggists, poolroom keep era and tilnpo merchants were under arrest here to-day and Topekans again wt; without their "fag" yupply, Artlng under a law prohibiting salo' of rlgaiettes in the State and widen also mak-s finding of tho "pllK' In n place ot business prima farle evidences tby are 1Iiij: sohl, county and city utlmrltiei raldwl thirty shops, seizing more than y,M'0 worth of elgarettes. The r.Uds were condueted on com plaint of tin' Antl-Clgarette I.ci.ie. I'bIIm i'ni-lr In "I."' Train. An unldi ntlfi"d man about twenty t'on ycarj ohl w.ui taken to licll.'vue IlcpltaJ list nlsht unconscious aftvr b' had eiill.ipscd In a Second Avenue "I," train at 42,1 Street. Pin sdelans eie unable to dlaghogx his cao. The man Is j feet 7 Inches, tall, weighs ISO pounds; bus dark muipli loii, or.jwn hair and blue ecj. He wore a straw hat. brown suit, tan hboes .Hid lilack tocK. T-ittuoid on liU right arm la an American ling aid Initials I). (. and on his lift arm the figures of .wo omen. Any llnte for lllirriinint-n I'nrle Wtll I ( Ilrltnin. WASIllN-ilTON. Aug I. -The nieil can CnMrnmont was a 1 vised to-iHj that lire at Urltaln is asi;iblo to anv Catc de.slnd uy th" L'nl ed States for the oixMilne of fir Washington dis armament and Pa ti confTence the "Ferris Square" for full flavor Lorcra of f He btMra tn appreciate the new "Ferris Square" n convenient half trip of oar famous Ferris Bacon (about 2 pounds nn sliced) put up in a handy pack age to take home. For fullest flavor we have always insisted that bacon be sliced just before cooking. Take home a "Ferris'Square," slice it yourself as you' need it and enjoy a new flavor in bacon. F. A. Ferris & Company, Inc. New York FERRIS HAMS & BACON A little higher in price BUT! Retailers' 30c Quality 221 l llhMI KltOM TIIK miOlXWALK UO lSTT.lt. In 5-1 b. Lots or Murr (Bran or Oronnd . Dxllttrcd Wltmn auo Miles at U3n I". Bruuple Mliul Trn (1 II). or more) i&e SitiilteUon Guaranteed or Money Bici OPU MATl UI)tV rvril. -i V. It. GILLIES COFFEE CO. S:i--3! WHubUiIlon Mrerl, York. Between Park I'lare and Barclay St. Two blocks from Wasblarton Market. bon. Barclay M8&7. Eat. 81 Tara. ... MM vmmmm jit WW Safe Milk For Infants & Invalids no rnoKiNQ The "Food-Drink" for All Ages. Quick Lunch atHome,Office,and Fountains. Aik for HORUCICS, 1ST Avoid Imitations & SuVitule OUR GREAT SPECIAL! Late' Solid U Karat White r.nlrl Wrist Watch Ten Months Credit So t m pi o jt r ' re f r (He mil. CiU or vtU ror Cataloffut 44. T ir CmATirTrTr&tflb wtiZr: 7Q BPOADWAY Car Maidtgls. PLACE I 1 Permanent Wave YOU should not think of going to the briny with nnr Jxlt Vlnw "rnrlipr wet trinn rirvl" Absolute Safety and No Kink but a natural curl our guarantee. Nestle specialists insure perfect comfort during the waving. Cdflatfwfconjultuj, erfAdiu VanieihU 4tl ) for "i flpoinrmrnf. Atwf fl, utIu or Noila"! Iwofcln, " Whj NuiU Wmmx Is Safej' r Vanderbilt 908 4113 NESTLED Crtaton Originators of Permanent Waring n J the Ncttol 1214 EAST 49th STREET Comb James McCreery i Co. 5th Avenue 34th Street Specially Prepared Sales Offer Unusual Values FOR MEN It is a remarkable thing when one stops to consider how much further one's money reaches these days. This is particularly true in McCreery's. The following items from the Men's Shops offer substantial proof of this fact. Shirts q.35 Made of printed Madras and other good wearing materials in an unusual assortment of summer patterns. Neckties q.25 These are knitted Four-in-Hands and almost any color combination may be had from a large assortment of con trasting stripes. Every tie is hand framed of pure silk. Pajamas $1.65 These garments are carefully made of Striped Percale or Plain Colored ma terials. They are full cut and roomy, assuring comfort to the wearers. Union Suits 85c Formerly $1.10 and $1.55 Made of white plaid and self striped Madras; popular athletic model. (Aferi's Furnishings Main Floor) ' o Close Out! MEN'S OXFORDS McCreery "ALL-LEATHER" Models $T.45 Formerly $10 and $11 The fact that these are McCreery's "All-Leather" Ox fords is an assurance of qual ity, construction, style and so forth. A glance at former prices assures one of their worth. They may be had in Tan Cordovan BroRUC, as illus trated, and Tan Calf or Cor dovan Plain Tip. All Sizes. (Afen's Shop Second Flooi i Ilk Lowest Prices in the City on SPECTACLES and EYE GLASSES Fitted FREE by Expert Optometrist These Items on Sale Friday. Another Purchanc and Sale "Aeroplane SHIRTS ill Full $1.50 Value $ 1.09 Made of Genuine Aeroplane. Lincne iv trie x "y " ".' " Acroi.m-a and most dur Linciir. able fabric used 1 1 ' in m u k i n k shirts outinc sport style Palm Ileach color collar attached a splendid shirt for your vacation and all out-door wear. R rtTHENB L. A. PRICE, Pres. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Promptly Refunded ELfe -a iaa ik i SB i Tismi -31 YKJI v Crepe de Chine and Satin Envelope Chemises and nioomcrs, JerseySilkVcsts and Nainsook Gowns, Knvc lope Chemises and Step-ins that were 2.98. 1.68 West 14th Street Between 5th & 6th AvesJ Closed Saturdays During August In the silk lot are blues, or chids and flesh in tho nain Fook white and f 1 c s h beau tifully trimmed with fine laces iinil ribbons. Regular and Extra Sizes in I) the Lot A Marvelous Pre-School Opening Opportunity for Thrifty Mothers to Secure Strictly All Wool Boys' Two-Pant Suits At a Decisive Saving good sturdy garments in the newest Fall Styles, made to cZ at $14.98 a Suit Special For This Sale $ 10.95 For School or Dress Occasions ATK10.MKNDOUS undcrprico pu chase from one of America's best known makers of boys' high-grade clothing enables us to offer you a choice of hundreds of handsome new Fall style Two-I.ifc Suits (KXTKA 1'AIU I'ANTS WITH KACH SUIT) at just about a third lets than the price at which they wore intended to be sold. Coming just a few werks befcic school opening, this sale should be doubly welcome, as it decisively lowers the ccst of outfitting boys of 7 to 18 years in clothes of best wearing serges and mixtures - plain or pleated backs, alpaca lining. Choice of new Fall Hhitdes of grajf, browns and blues. No C. O. D., phone or mail orders filled. Store orders only. Extraordinary Purchase and Sale of Silk &3wm Waists and OVERBLOUSES included Arc .All Our Own High Grade Blouses That Sold at $4.98 $ 1.95 Included arc (Jcorgettcs, Mignon ettes, Crcx" de Chines and Trico lottes in bis(ue, navy, Harding blue, gray, henna, orchid, white, flesh and nlack. Heautiful lace and embroid ered effects. Tie back, fringed bot tom and cuff, ovcrblouse, high and low neck, dressy and tailored mod els. A famous maker's end-6f-season stock, together with our own stock radically reduce I in price. Jaunty Sateen Bathing Suits At a Very Special Price $1.75 - Good quality Satefn; smart styles one pic tured; patch pockets and belt. Sizes :!G to -14. Values that impress all who sec as out of the ordinary. 29c Kitchen Towels Cut i'roni tho "Star-tcx" toweling in one yard lengths, and hemmed, ready for use. "Star-tex" is woven with pure linen one way and makes the most durable and absorbent of all kitchen or glass towels 19 ca He Unhl'thcd Muslin, I'r 39 inches wide; an excellent, fine close weave muslin: suit able for pillow cuses f ( and other household J uavs. .'Ji'c Turkish Towels, 2;c yd Women's One-Piece Knitted Bathing Tights; all, sizes. OUK, ,'i'Jc Itamie Lincne, 29c Heavy coarse weave dress fabric, in a full line , of summer colots; ;16 inches wide . . t vi i tin 29yd Good heavy white heav' towels, with wid or blue borders, quality; pure tiat h fPr ercd n 3t-Inch 71)c Surf Cloth, 55c A rich black lustrous cloth, with a permanent fc finish to withstand . saltwater. . Wyd Final Clearance of All Our Hih (Jratlc Summer Footwear Values to $6 Now .$ 1.97 Patent colt, dull and bright kid, white buckskin and high quality white canvas; all sizes, hut not in all styles; a good assort ment of high heels; in Hmall sizes only in mili tary heels. Values to Set Now 2.97 Patent colt black and brown kid, white, etc.; all sizes, but not in every style; Oxfords and Strap Pumps; a good assortment of military and high heels. 0 ri i ( .X J1! IV The Best Values and the Most Charming Styles of the Season Here Tomorrow in This Sale of Summer DRESSES $7.iW lo $10.00 allies 2.95 T unic and Effects Handsome 3-Piece Sets Scrim Dutch Curtains Complete, Ready to Hang Of sheer scrim, made to f)A M'll at $1.50 set. Beautiful cSYfC light and airy curtains, white only; trimmed with dainty lace edge; full width and 2.j yards long. i i - - Tint of llir ' m many Mndcte at -Bfa AKAIMOUS maker of smart frocks closed out his t'til in; eiid-of-.sea.son stock to u:; at a radical price concession. In the lot are hundreds of charming frocks such as are usually only shown in the exclusive specially simps all at n fraction of their real value. KxtiuiskoMloral effects, .stripes and plaids in sheer cool ginghams, voile;- and organdies of high quality -beautifully trimmed with fine laces, pretty em broideries and self-materials. Two of the many charming models pictured. .Sizes 1(5 to 20 years for misses and !JG to 42 bust for women. Rubber Urc3 well mado rasyrunning special at. -nOrHENBETOilco '111 HBP"" 'y'v - 555l Tito-Inch Post While E tin nu lled 35c WALL PAPERS 19c Ro" i'10-inch American non-fading oatmeal; florals, satin Hlripis, gills and two-tono Hhadow effects. Sold With Borders Only, 15c yd. Beds, $12.98 Enamelled Baby Bassinettes $3-79 Pr-vpTJTTT lfrn ncHu Like picture at right OPEM Bol'l only ui i.ui im'iiwi-i i ciiicii Hrtu-ijitKui will not (shrink or itrrtch two jarda wide neat, new pallernn. i fy-t a ;v',7,-v' Good hard-wearing quality--colors jc-j ofifi- i ' ni'J?: go e'ear through to bad:. Many V I Mjil. J?&'y&&& new and beautiful patterns. -a---!" h,nfSai4ti (HO or lleay 7h4,60 Inlnitl Cots, $3.98 1 1 iiii Mattresses llriiifj lloom McrmurcinrnlsI'rrpaitl Mail Order Filial. Army It ft i inchrfi liinir. 'J ft li incbc wide; 11 sprmg-.i each end and 1 ,f.?T.I!!2iS?S5;) CO f O cupporlers; like picture. Ui3agjmj. ... .p Cotton Matlnti to match, fJ.IH .s.ti,,!.! mind Alex. Smith's 0x12 A Decisively Lower Price on Seamless Brussels Rugs 17.98 Tomorrow a Special Price on Famous Til cszr?z ?-r-. . imn; Kamous for their beaut of design and coloring, in tones to harmonizo with or contract any color scheme you may have in iiiiiiM. vtuufi, iiiii-M';irMiK quality that will give satisfactory service. Floral, Ori ental and all-over designs in all tho now colorings. Heay Velvet Carpel for btaira and hall runners; good va riety patterns and colors. $1.45 Yd. r. ..v.w3 n ir-T" ;t riame '.Ml '1 burner wic; odorlc j ind smoMi t-pecial at. Stoves 7.98 Smith's Axminstcr Rugs $37.50 ' $21.50 Smith's Seamless Axminsters $39.50 s.jlu.$35.75 t Manhattan" Ready 95 Mixed House Paints JLV.'al. Yellow, red. brown, green, spruce, gray, lead, slate, kitchen green, cream, buff, pea green, pink and blue. .7 Hunter Sizv. flO.IS fs.N, Family Garbage ft) lUff.f 1 Galvauir.ed. with i 49c InnUlc or Outk'ulc White. fl THI3WK-III 1 1 BACK S $0.35 I k- .t t inht.f tttlni? cover U siiccial. lowing (.aiming Racks 75c Mado of strong re-tinncd wire. IT MAKES UTTLI DirFEnE-NCE WHAT TOU NT. . WOI1IJ) "WAM" WILL OO AM) TIM) IT ' Store Hours: 9 A. M. to 5.30 P. M. 3 IK