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T THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922. FRANK G DRAKE ARTIST-WRITER ARTIST AND WRITER WHOSE DEATH COMES AFTER OPERATION DIES ho L Art Director of The World and Liberties League Head Suc 1 cumbs After Operation. "'rank Cornelius Drake, cenerul art lirectur of Tho World, ilicd early llila nornlns in I'ost a rail unto Hospital or uraemlc polsonltiB which rolluwed ivfi Deration for an aliment of tlic hip ll ' was fifty years old and hart been in the newspaper profession nn writer, artist find art director thirty-two years. Tho funeral of Sir. DruUo will lie held at Graeo Chuii-h Chapel, llmail way and Tenlli Stieet. at I! n'elncU to-morrow .iflrrnoon. The Charles WalUh v will ollhial.' Tin Imrlal will Ik- at . I'lilnn i.i. n. i . Sunday morning. Known ly inan humlmW in di.it field of cmleavrii. Jir was known In manv thousands nl olhrrs In .'in nvo- iitatlon that filled pari of his piivatc life for It a Mi Drake 'i nijran Ized the Amencan Uheitli l.eaaiie In opposition to tho VolMi-vl net. and !i" conceived, xcnited and headed the Antl-Prohlbltlon I'Ajade or ,Inl I las'. A man of extieme temperallf in habits and inannerr. rrimlt Dn'c protested vinoiolislj asalnst the rui -tallmcnt of personal llhertles lirotiKht about by the Eighteenth Aniendmeu. and he devoted time, labor and money to flchtlncr it. Hi' was to hne nt- Ucnded n pubhe Meetinir nf his 01 ani- . zatlon ut W.irhiiigr'on hi " loilrislil. His ncWE).ii' r eareei u.is on' of splendid aehl. iimnt He was '.mil at Palmyra. N. V . mid wns I'duenled at the Collese uf tin nty ot New Yorli. His father, .lol n N. Iinke. wc n pub lisher. Heenteml jmininlisiM a stall' artist for tin .l;,n m,.n mi.m ie m In 1830. He went to Ah Chirr'.- Sxinllci'e later, and to tie N'i ". In", lb i in I 1 - I ' C. DfSAkiE... OLD COMMANDERS AID NEGRO WHO FOUGHT .TmlKf Xott crepfn War Vrlrrnn'ii I'len of MnnolimKlilrr. Iawrcnce Joaquin, twenty. five, No. 24B0 Seventh Avenue, a Negro who dlstlnRUlshecl himself In Kranre, whero ho foucht with Col. Haywaiii'H I celebrated 309th Infantry (the old loth), was sentenced to Sing .Ship for six to twelve years by Judge Nolt In tho Court of Oenernl Sessions to-day on his plea of guilty of manslaughter In the first degree. Ho had been In dicted for first degree murder for cutting tho throat of Sirs, Helena Jackson, a Negress, In his apait ment Col. Hayward, now United States District Attorney, telegraphed to Judge N'ott from Palm Ueach ask- I Ing clemency for Joaquin because of his war record. Col. Arthur Little, now head of tho rni-lmpnt. ni,l I Joaquin's) conduct had done much in ! winning the Croix do Guerre for the regiment. Judge - Nott said he had taken the vailous pleas Into account In fixing the sentence. lh vus Mir, of A ilhl'i 11 II . ilLl. -;T"i !u hi tt v.l I, I' ini'tl, ' , 1 in, I M893; a soar lnlei (pt'cctor of th" New Voil, T there tie vised the Hint printing hnlf-toms t i and ordinary newputu i i returned to the lieiald ut l''o. 1906 became Sunday din Mr. Diako was a :'i;u,i,,l v as well as an .ulit and dmi-ii art work, and in rms he joined Sunday Woild i a speeinhi,' in line. A y.ir l.ifi r lie was madi 'd tor of the Metnuiiihtan Siii, '.t lDll hi' was nl.ired in i i.u m i ,1 ,vno an woii i uif papii "in mained in fiat position iiulii In to tho hospital a ti w d.i., au an operation. He way a nieniln i ol tin Si , iei ' Illustrators and the Authors' I.e.min- and was one of tlio.se rare indn idu i s equall expert with the wiitti n wind and the diawn line. He imished. ,itvt before his death, a hl.stoi of tli" Kne Canal, In wlneii he had held a hit ion , interest because he was Unit m;,i its banks. Mr. Drake is suried ! 'in u,f MacHiiiefy IMff(. I)Kr,lMlI. " Cream '"hivie is mi 1 1, itched by haiu!s '.in th.- row to jour table. T'io wonderful machine w hich automatically moulds and rapn it is our own invention. "IMIILADKMMUA" is the only Cream Cheese not wrapped h hand. It is produced under absolutely sanitary conditions. He sure that "PHILADELPHIA" is on the label. Phenix Cheese Company 315 Greenwich St., New York City M ITT cmclred Hands "1L msmmmm ill They're all "keen" for ARMOUR'S OATS Mother smiles because she can put them on to cook when she starts the coffee they're both done at the same time. Father says of course they're good to eat, but he likes 'cm because they give him substantial energy for a day's work. And the most important member of the household she isn't interested in the fact that they're .one of the greatest body builders known. Her eyes sparkle just because she likes that good oat flavor. Armour's Oats cook perfectly in 10 to 15 minutes Get them at your grocer's ARMOUR GRAIN COMPANY, Chicago Uaktrt ot Armour' Guaranteed Cert all Omtr, Corn Flake, fond. Flour, Macaroni, Spaghetti, Noodlt ARMOURS OATS pfOOK PERFECTLY 10 TO 15 MINUTES CHICAOO 4 POLICE ARREST NEGRO WHO ADMITS HOLDUP Iilrnttflrd liy Detlentrmrii Ntore Oniifr An One ot Itiitiliern. Charged with robbery and assault. Suggs Flazcl, twenty-three, a Negro of N'o. 73 AVcat 131st Street, was nrrestcd last night by Detective nodding of tho West 123d Street Station on tho com plaint of William Uuztnos, a delicates sen storo keeper of No. 561 Lenox ave nue. Iluzhi6s Identified the prisoner as one of two men who entered hH storo on the night of Sept. 11 last and at the point of n gun attempted to tnko tho contents of the cash register. Iluilnos wielded a meat knlfo with such alac rity thnt ho scared off tho two Intrud ers, but not until ono of them fired n shot which penetrated llmlnos's shoul der. According to tho police, .Klnzcl admitted being Implicated In tho at tempted robbery, but denies having fired tho shot TWO ARRESTED FOR hold-up IN STABLE In Ylrtlin Hnil llei'ii routined lluxpllul slnoe Uolilirrj. Sliakl Iliunsli of No. til Cfocrclc hostler, had saved f2.300.2G, I carried In a belt about his ' Street, a which ho waist. Liiat November, In a stable at No. 590 Water Street, ho wns accosted by four men who look his money, Hntirish luoke down and had boon con fined to a hopltnl until several dsy ago. To-day Detectives Kemp and Sttoja han of the Clinton Street station, ar rested John Kiozollnk, thirty-seven, of No. in Cannon Street, and John Ml kllko, twenty-thr, of No. 3S2 12ast 10th Street llotli mhnlt partlclpatlni? In tho robbery, but they pot only $70 oaoh, for "tho bunker-ho tnko all tho money," they said Krozolnlk admits holding a Bun, tho police say (iliTS WKI.I, WITH Ml Sl'l,Bi:.. i Waltei Hopewell, pupil at Manual Tralnlnpr Hlffh School, whoso spleen was I removed last .Monday following a tobos ' (tanning accident at Mlllritt. la prob ably will recover, it was said yesterdav at the Methodist Kplscopal Hospital. I.md Kent lTopi.iti i ,V,PI0 tiio operation was performed. Il w:n "doini; nicely." the s-geons said. BIG AT THE SATURDAY SPECIALS BIG STORE MAIN FLOOR FORMER SIEGEL - COOPER BUILDING 6th Avenue at 19th St. asin. Here Are Some Real, Live, Saturday Bargains! You'll Find Many Others, Just as Attractive, Along Our Famous Main Aisle. Come Early, Before the Crowds Arrive. Doors Open at 9:15 A.M. Extraordinary bargain.' Women's Coats Never Before! Never Again! Finest quality Plush, Wool Ve lottr, etc. Full lengths and sport models, silk lined and interlined shawl collars of fur and self materials. Handsomely tailored BUT remember only 50 re main Biggest bargain in the city Less than half price. 9.98 FINAL CLEARANCE -WOMEN'S High Shoes Only 300 pairs remain -the bal ance of our huge stock after in ventory blacks and browns in calfskin and vici kid -Cuban and medium heels. Sizes 2 1 to 6. $5 $6 values. To rlnsp nut- vne of fer them Sntur- jmWlWi onl'y I -C at JL 9V per pair r T TTnar' 1000 NEW SPRING Jersey Dresses In a dazzling array of colors trimmed with silk braid -self belted -the Ideal Spring Dress made to sell for $10.00 -Saturday only at Rainbow Hats Silk poplins black and white and . i uwicr snappy color combinations. Ea gerly sought else where at prices up to $5. We offer them, b a t u r - day only, each 1.98 1000 French Voile Ladies' Blouses Some tailored models, nll-white with "V" necks- some Peter Pan models with check collars and cliffs. Excellent values at the rcR ular price of $1.98, we offer them for Saturday only, n at the unusually low I I Ladies' Bath Robes Both light and dark brown, with handsome floral designs. Sizes up to 44. Regularly sold at $3.ja. Special for Saturday only, -I AQ each l.UQ 25 Dozen While Imu ii CHEMISES Lace-trimmed, in a variety of models. Regularly priced at 85c. We offer them Saturday only fJQg 50 Dozen Ladies' Lace Collars & Cuffs Plain white and figured organdies in a large variety of dainty and attractive models. Values up to $1.50; special for Saturday only '25c & 49c Women' h 2- mm, ii Clasp Kid GLOVES Fancy embroi- (1 r r c d on d Paris paint hacks. Sires fi to 8l . Col o r s white, black, beaver, tan, gray, etc. Value $1.J8 Per pair. only 89c Bungalow Aprons Sires 36 to 44. Percales, checks and plaids: one and two pockets, collars and cuffs; rick-rack trim ming. 98c value. Special, Misses' & Children's SHOES Of Tan Calfskin excrl lent quality - sires 8 1 , to 11 and llli to 2 Our regular $3.50 stock. Saturday only, per pair 1.98 M -V- - ,JJK Wis 600 Prs. Corsets Flesh and white, with bodice tops, and clastic inserts. Long skirls-- splendid qnal ity; regular $2.40 value; spe cinl lor Saturday, per pair, only. ' J. Ladies' Full Fashioned SILK HOSE Lisle tops and all silk: black, white and assorted ihades. They contain very slight manufacturer's imperfections that will not affect tncir weor. Kegulnr $2 to $3 values; per pair, special . 69c Only 350 Remain Boys' Caps Woolen; Stripes and Checks in variety of patterns. The kind you pay $1.00 for, prac tically given away at this price. Saturday only, while they last, each. . iway at mis 500 MEN'S Sweat e r s Here is a big bargain ! All gray sweaters, sizes up to 44. Cut Coat style with "V" neck. Sold at less than half price lor baturuay oniy. Remarkable bar gains while they last each 75c 500 PAIRS Boys' Pants Woolen mixtures and cordu roys. Sizes 8, 9 and 10 only. Well made; Knickerbocker style. Values up to $1,25. Saturday only, per pnir u 1,.1. 79c 2,500 Yards Charmeuse Full 40 inches all silk in black, navy and brown. Real $3.00 quality. Saturday only if at, per yard M. 100 Dozen Table Cloths 38x03 -fine quality mrrcerurd Damask hemmed pattern cloth, only square shape re fiQf main. Special, each Ovv Fifty Dozen Crochet Bedspreads Hrmmed--heavy quality variety or patterns. Values $2.50. Extra special for Saturday fl A W only. Each . Ji 1,200 Yds. Black Satin Duchess Full 36 inches wide, of heavy quality high lustre. Regularly priced at $1.98. Special only. Q per yard JLVr7 50 Dozen Linen Centre-Pieces 0 inches long , imitation Chiny hire trimming; eyelet medallion centre. Regular $2.00. A truly sensational bargain, ut only each Stenciled Oilcloth Luncheon Sets Each tct in box assorted patterni only 250 in lot will be closed out at ridiculously low price of 98c 2,000 10-ln. Double-Disc PHONOGRAPH RECORDS Columbia, Emerson & other make-. A wide variety of popular selections at a price that speaks for fif itself. While they last, each MUV Ready-to-Hany LACE CURTAINS Marquisette Lace and Scrim trimmed with lace in white and ecru - 2 1 to 2 1 yards long unequalled' lor baturday -n , onh ner nair. JL 12,000 Yds. Fancy MARQUISETTES and SCRIMS y inches wide very good quality values up to 39cwe offer them Saturday only at the extremely low price ol, per yard. . 12fc & 19c Sheffield Plated Silver BREAD TRAYS Large sire, highly polished, also a few with satin finishes. Values up to $2; spe- 1 fi( cial, each JLW 250 Combination "HANDY-ANDY" LUNCH KITS Including pint sire Vacuum Uottle Reg $2 value. Special, " A Q i ,ji h kit, only JL HkXJ 500 Aluminum PERCOLATORS 6 cup size with welded spouts and heatproof handles. Regular price $1. special Saturdav rtf $1. special only, each Easy Shopping. All Goods on One Floor. Store Open 9 15 A M. to 6.15 P. M 6th Ave. Siegel-Cooper Bldg. At 19th St. 4.98 A Floor 15W34Sk (Zeiwrtn Filth Ate. & Braadwiy, Opposite WMtf Httet) The Horn of 40 Famouj Brandt of Men' and Young Clothes w- miiH jfmmr ml in th Jr gff World f J Open Daily Till 6 P. M. Saturdays Till 9 P. M. "SENIOR" "JUNIOR" .50 You Save $1050 to $45 In this, the greatest money saving event we ever held! All of Our Finer Grades of Suits, Overcoats and Ulsters For Men and Young Men at One Price Alterations Free Including Golt, Full Dress and Tuxedo Suits 57 Suits 69 Suits . 104 Suits 155 .Suits 210 Suits. . . 179 Suits 94 Suits j5 Overcoats, 85 Overcoats, 155 Overcoats, 190 Overcoats, 240 Overcoats, 197 Overcoats, 67 Overcoats, Formerly Formerly Formerly Formerly Formerly Formerly Formerly priced priced priced priced priced . priced priced $65 $60 . $55 $50 . $45 $42 $40 $75 $65 $60 $55 $50 $45 $40 All Sizes- 33 to 50- -Regulars, Stouts. Shorts and Longs Every model in Suit ahd Overcoats, from the most extreme lo the most conservative. The variety is ovcrwliclming and embraces every favored pattern and color. Absolutely noth ing missing. Nearly 2,000 in all at the above price. Over 20,000 others to select from all at greatly reduced prices. Formerly priced Formerly priced Formerly priced Formerly priced Formerly priced Formerly priced Formerly priced All Our $25&30 Suits and Overcoats We have grouped all of our remaining $25 and $30 Suits and Over coats and repriced them, while they last, at $15. All sizes repre sented, but not all sizes in all styles. Nearly 500 from which to choose, including Golf Suits (Knickers). Evary garment is guar anteed all wool. 15 West341bSt. Entire Second Floor llrlwern jlh Am-, it liro.i lw .1 Opp. Waldorf Hotel ,Open Daily Till 6 P. M. Saturday. Tili 9 P. M.. -1