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THE EVENING WOULD, THURSDAY, If AY 11, 1922.
i 1 i i THREE IRISH BOYS Ti WEN BED AND SHOT DEAD Bomb Thrown in Belfast In jures Two Women Report Peace Failure in Dail. BELFAST, May 11 (AssocUted JPress). Thrco Catliollo youths, James, Francis and Thomas McKcown, were taken from their bods at Bullymuldorg last night by a gone of men and shot. .Tames was killed and the others sett ously wounded. Francis received six teen bullet wounds. BELFAST, May 11. A. bomb was thrown In Qlcnvlow Street last night wounding two women. Ballymuldcrg Is near Ballyronan, Inhere three policemen -wero recently killed. A knock was heard on the door of I he McKcown homo at two o'clock this, morning. When Mrs, McKcown opened' tho door a voice from the darkness ordered her to produce all tho malo members of tho family. Whllo she called them from their bedrooms three masked men entered nnd" riddled each eon with shots as he appeared. DUBLIN, May 11. "Practically tho Whole time of lho commlttco was oc cupied In endeavoring to find a basis of agreement. We failed lo agree upon basts,'' Thus the Unity Committee ap pointed by tho Datl last week has re ported tho result of its eleven sittings ta tho Bail. Tho representatives ot both sides Announced that they had agreed to present reports to tho Dail to-day detailing tho views of tho rival par tics. Tho Call and tho public dls played no interest in the prospect of receiving argumentative statements of how tho foiluro matured. Tho fact was sufficient. Involving as it docs the early, prospect of disorder and anarch; In Ireland., It is learned that from beginning to nd of tho negotiations tho two foe tions only, at raro intervals found Lnomselves on common ground. Both in matters of army control and polit ical procedure ihclr views woro wldo ly divergent. Feeling to-day is gloomily phllo Kpphlc and might be expressed: "If rivil war is necessary, got on with it at once." TWO ARRESTED WITH $40,000 SECURITIES Police Headquarters received a tela phone call from tho Boston police early this aornlnc inquiring if Mack Klein and Harry Mlnoff, arrested In that city. were wanted here. Tho Boston police 4ald negotiable securities valued at $40,000 were found in the possession of the men. The securities included bonds of the Interborough Rapid Transit, Armour & Co., Pennsylvania Railroad, Brooklyn Rapid Transit, Standard Oil. Wilson & Co., Srrtft &. Co., Chicago City Railway, Niagara Falls Power Company, Ameri can Telephone Company, Du Pont Pow der Company and the Standard Elevator Company, rTtE5IDE5XT SIGXS EXTK5SI0.V OF IMMIGIlATIOjr UW, WASHINGTON, May 11. President Harding to-day signed the Joint reao lutlon extending me 3 per cent. Llmlta tlon Law for two years. Under this law immigration Is restricted to 3 per cent, of the number of foreigners listed In (he United States In the census of 1910, HALTED MILK YOU can have it at home just as you get it at the soda fountain. All of the ingredients are in one package. No fuss no mixing. The delicious choc olate flavor is already in it. Uili f 1 fftUP Bishop Manning (o Tour Diocese Willi Auto Caravan of Preachers Sermons From Motor Pulpit for Remote Con gregations Convention Backs Dry View. Boy's Mouth Is Cruelly Torn By Joker's Firecracker Cigar Seven-Year-Old, Victim in Danger of Lockjaw; Who Made Gift Too Scared to Talk. Boy A religious caravan, by whlcli' Bishop Manning and other Episcopal clergymen will travel through tht smaller towns of tho dloceso this summer was described at tho con vention of tho Episcopal dloceso at Synod Ilall yesterday afternoon. The clergymen will preach to re mote congregations from an automo bile, which will carry a tent and cooking' utensils. Bishop Manning plans to be with tho caravan for Its fust two weeks, after which his place will bo taken by the two suffragan Bishops Herbert Shlpman and Arthur S. Lloyd. This announcement, mode by Dr. Charles' K. Gilbert, Secretary of the Social Service Committee, was greeted with prolonged applause by the 800 delegates. It is expected the tour will last about six weeks. The convention by unanimous vote has adopted a resolution approv ing tho views on Prohibition ex. pressed by Bishop Manning In his ad dress Tuesday and directing tho Sec retary to send that portion of tho speech to all tho churches in the dloceso, with a request that U be read from tho chancel. Tho motion, as originally offered. did not provide for broadcasting tho messago among the churches, and when this part was offered as an amendment by tho Rov. Charles 1C Glllbert, a few loud "noes" were heard. Among those voting against tho amendment was Stuyvesant Fish, who, although a warm .supporter of Bishop Manning, is an anu-Prohlbl- tlon leader. On the resolution as amondod, howevor, there was no division. Mr. Fish and others professed to de tect a slight "Joker" In tho wording of tho resolution as contrasted with tho text of Bishop Manning's speech. Tho Bishop sold "respect" for tho law was of first Importance, but the reso lution uses Instead the word "obed ience." , K boy gave a firecracker shaped 4- like a. cigar to Daniel J. Callahan, seven years old, of No. 633 First Ave nuo, yesterday. David Simon, eight, is reported by tho pollca to bavo given the cigar cracker ta Callahan and to have lighted It. An Instant later the whola block -was startled by an explosion. The fire cracker cigar had 'blown UP, and In stead of a puny toy proved to havo been loaded with aa explosive of con siderable strength. The Callahan boy's mouth, lips, gums and throat -wett' lacerated by the bursting packet""of hard, pressed paper which formed tho-clgarwusker. Ho was frightfully disfigured and In pathetto agony, speechless becauso ot his torn tongue, when Policeman Leary of the East 67th Street Station reached him. Dr. WaldMk rushed tho child to Bellevuo Hospital, realizing ho was In grave danger of lockjuw. In splto of lmmcdlata uso of" preventatives) little Callahan oxhlblted symptoms ot lockjaw last night, the hospital odlco reported, and was in a dangerous con dition. Tho Simon boy was so fright ened nnd hysterical no information concerning whero no got tho deadly firecracker could bo obtained from him. SCHOOL TEACHERS WITH BOBBED HAIR NEEDN'T APPLY HERE rOUailKEEPSIE, May 11. School superintendents of tho Hudson Valley section at a meet ing lu this city ueclded that teachers with bobbed hair will not bo engaged. This ruling will go Into effect- next summer, when contracts for tho fall terra aro elgncd. Tho superintendents gave as the reason for tholr action that thoy do not bollovo any person addicted to fads can teach com mon sense to children. THE GIRLIE SHOP 144 W. 34th St. Come Upntalrs and Bar Moot?. CHILDREN'S DRESSES COATS SUITS WK TIT 8 TO 16 YEAKS. BALTIMORE MAN MAKES MUSCLE SHOALS OFFER WASHINGTON, May 11 (Associated Prtus). A new proposal for tho lease and operation of the Government's ni trate and power projects at Muscle Shoals, Ala., submitted by L. Stem, consulting engineer and manufacturer oft Baltimore, Md., was mado public to day by Chairman Norrls of tho Senate Agriculture Sub-Committee which is Investigating the., various offers already filed. Mr. Stern offers to take over the properties for operation for a term of 25 to SO years or such other time as may be agreeable, to complete the plants at Government cost, and to re pay all expe .dltures already made at Muscle Shoals at tho rate ot z per cent, annually. Power developed at the Shoals would be used to "manufacture fertilizers to such extent as may be feasible" and other .products. SCHOOLGIRL ATHLETE LOSES DAMAGE SUIT Gets Nothing for Hip IlroUen In Jump Frsm Board. A Jury in Supreme Court at "White Plains has returned a verdict against Mary Evans, sixteen, who sued the Board of Education of Mamaroneck for $10,000 for injuries received on the school athletic field. Tho Jury also found against her father. who sued for loss ot her services. On May 28. 1920. a Joint athletic meet ot the schools ot Mamaroneck was held and Miss Evans suffered a broken hip and other injuries In making a Jump from the take-off board. She claimed the board was old and split, which made her lose her balance. ASK DETECTIVE PARKER TO WORK ON MYSTERY Soldiers Snspeoted of M order I When Bloody Uniform Is Pound, ATLANTIC CTTT, May 11, Capt.1 xiarnshaw of the Atlantic city Police. announced to-day that he had com municated with County Detective Ellis I Parker at Mount Holly in connection I wlfn the investigation of the blood I stained army uniform found yesterday! in an alley nore. The uniform would I fit a man S feet 6 Inches tall and weigh ing IRA TMtindft. Detective Parker lias been investigate I Inr the murder of Jonas K. Fox. a Jit ney driver, found dead near Mount I Holly. Soldiers from Camp Dlx are! suspected of the killing. $150,000 PARISH HOUSE FOR 100-YR.-OLD CHURCH A new parish house, to cost 1150,000. 1 n1ll be built for tho First Presbyterian I Church at Jamaica as soon as the plans. now being drawn, are ready. The I church has Just entered Us second cen tury of life. The Arlington Avenue Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn Is also raising a fund for a now parish house, which now amounts to $28,000, one Sunday's sub scriptions alone recently being $3,400. Building; operations, however, have been deferred until April 1 next. Bobbed Hair Cut U tent aim,, LoinrlioUr Soft. Plnffr. I CUu. Ueilthr tad free from Filllnc liatr I aa Dandruff by wiibltur It rtnlarlr with I UUtttKALU S HAIK SOAP Til M4t llMmMAAl Tt nr bm mrmnrmi in env tA immmAU Hmt wmmhlnt. 25c. At Druggist. m SOCIETY OF TAMMANY OR COLUMBIAN ORDER Brothsrsi You r reipeetfully ripnU4 ' attend the annlvera&ry meeting ot th OClcty- for tho ln&t.llatlon nf tf.ch.ma And other ofilrera in tho ,Uret Wltrwsm, on t'Rimy EVENIKO, JfVy 12. im. at half n neur aiier me ituing 01 in sun. By erdr of th grand Hicbtro, V THO.VtA.8 F. SMITH, Cc A Real Opportunity! 2,500 High Grade Razors Made in America from Fine Swedish Steel 64c An exceptionally low price for this high quality razor. The blade is full con cave honed and set, ready to use. In 3-U, 4-8 and 5-8 widths with rounded pr squared ends. 1,000 Genuine Wostenholm Pipe Razors (Made in Sheffield, England) Three-quarters concave; 5-8-inch width with rounded or squared ends. Takes a keen edge and holds it. 98c Originally priced $1.98 Auto Strop Safety Razors Model C. Complete with leather strop and three blades in metal case. 59c List price $1.00 Leather Strappers for Safety Razor Blades The holders provide for double-edged safety razor blades such as Gillette blades and others. A very low price. 69c Real Double Leather Razor Strop With leather band-hold and nickel swivel. A very special price. 74c Pure Badger Hair Shaving Brushes The hairs are set in rubber and cannot come loose. White bone handle; hard rubber ferrule; sterilized. 84c Our usual price $1.24 High Quality Imported Barber Shears An American model. Two makes to select from. Handy for trimming bobbed hair. Priced exception ally low. 74c Hair Clippers For trimming the neck of bobbed hair flappers and children. Also for the general use of adults. Barber model in sizes 00, 0 and 1. 89c ' uOW M)B loor' Ct&itr Bear. rtr?r. VSV tSma.& New York 6) Herald Square Stern Brothers West 42nd St. (Between 5th and 6th Avenues) West 43rd-St. 650 pairs Men's Oxfo'rds-Thisseass models in six different styles taken from regular stock and i reduced fotf Friday and Saturday -to- $685 Pr Alt solid leather tan and black calfskin or Norwegian grain footwear In plain, brogue or stitched cfFects. 'Included are some smoked elkskin with rubber soles and. heels. Men's ATHLETIC UNDERWEAR cAt SPECIAL- PRICES AtbJeticlSHIRTand'fcnee length Athletic SHIRTS 'and'lcrieV length DRAWERS ofsuperior quality Sotsettc DRAWERS of;, goqd,'. strong nain nd satin striped or figured madras, sook, . ' S $L25- 75c ch UNION SUITS Sleeveless and knee length; of excellent madras in satin stripes O: 11C suit O cRpnarkabls 'Values in Mien's BULL FASHIONED HALF HOSE Full fashioned silk lisle half hose with high spliced heel, double sole and toe. Black and Cordovan. 55c Six pairs for $3.00 Full fashioned silk half hose with lisle tops, sole and toe. Black, white, tan, navy, green, gray or champagne. $Loo a Three pairs for $2.85 Stem Brothers Weit 42nd St. (Between 5th end 6th Avenues) West 43rd St. pteworthy Sale Friday and Saturday ; 7500 Mens Negligee Shirts Made of "imported madras and other? desirable: 'materials. I ;; White and fancy designs. - . ($3 and 3.50 Values) $185 , each MEN'S PAJAMAS Made of fine woven materials. Plain colors and fancy Cb7 designs . Per suit, vp-UJ Sdl)Q Broadway QXV& ScTRS. W9Vh&S EXTREME REDUCTIONS THIS FRIDAY & SATURDAY MILLINERY CLEARANCE SALE Entire stock of Spring, Millinery, including trimmed,' ready to wear, tailored and untrimmcd block shapes. DRESS AND SEMI-DRESS HATS (2nd Floor) Values to $15.00. Sale Price Values to $20.00. Salo Price 1 0.U.U TAILORED AND READY-TO-WEAR HATS (1st Floor) Values $4,50 to $7.50. Salo Priced. 1 .9,5 to 3.95 Values to $9.75. Sale price UNTRIMMED BLOCKED SHAPES, all styles and- AA colors. Values to $4.50, for l.UU, WILD FLOWER WREATHS. k Value $1.10, for .77777777? .75 TO CLOSE AT GREAT REDUCTIONS WOMEN'S AND MISSES' SUITS 75 IN A LOT of finest quality, Polret twill, tweeds and tricotlnc, tailored and braid trimmed models In navy, tan, brown and black. Values from $22.50 to $69.50, for... 14.5 0 to 4V5U. ' ... SPECIAL REDUCTION SALE OF WOMEN'S AND MISSES' COATS AND CAPES Odd lots taken from regular stock and reduced for this sale. Models for all occasions In tan, light blue, navy Valucsfrom $22.50 to!$(55.00, for.. 16.50 to 45.00 WOMEN'S SLIP-ON SWEATERS Extremely well made in an attractive assortment to select from. All colors, all sizes. no Values to $5.00, for O EXCELLENT VALUES IN HOSIERY WOMEN'S ALL SILK STOCKINQS, chiffon or heavy weights. Black and colors.' it 0 Were $3.50 pair. Salo Price "... Z.VD WOMEN'S FULL FASHIONED SILK STOCKINGS, with lisle tops. Black, white and colors. . 0. Were $2.50 pair. Sale Price. 7. ... 1 .OO WOMEN'S FULL FASHIONED FIBRE SILK STOCKINGS. Black, clocked on white, or white clocked on black. t Were $3.25 pair. Sale Price l.OO WOMEN'S FINE BIACK LISLE STOCKINGS. - (Seam back.) Were .50 pair. Sale Price Ou CHILDREN'S H LENGTH SOCKS, fancy or plain. -(All colors.) Were .50 and .59 pair. Sole Puce Ou WOMEN'S LINGERIE (2nd Floor) , aOWNS, CHEMISES AND STEP-IN DRAWERS of fine quality white or colored nainsook attractively trimmed In staple or novelty models. Values to $1.50, for : 95: WOMEN'S ATHLETIC UNION SUITS, good quality madras' or nalnsook'ln pink or white. , x-; Specially priced at fO CHILDREN'S DRESSES An attractive assortment: of new models In excellent1 quality ginghams In checks, plaids or plain colors. Trim-' med with hand embroidery. n Values to $5.00, for , .4.95 WOMEN'S SUEDE FINISHED WASHABLE GLOVES , Odd lots and broken assortments of strap wrist, 12 but ton length and 2 clasp models. Spear and emb'd backs. All high grade and perfect fitting gloves in all the desir able spring colorings. -n Values $1.00 to $1.25 pair, for 7 Oy. RICH QUALITY WHITE RIBBONS , Lot Includes- plain Moires and Satin Taffetas, Jacquard; Brocades, Striped and Figured Taffetas. Sash and hairj bow width. -2 o Values .55 to .75 yd. Special at. ,00, DRESS SILKS CREPE DE CHiNES. High grade, rich, lustrous and durable; every desirable color, including white, and black. 40 Inches wide. .. f i-jn Regular $2.25 quality. Special at i." RICH DRESS TAFFETAS. Extra quality yarn dyed; plain, and changeable combinations. O 1 fl- $3.00 values. Special at , ,Ji..y,' CANTON CREPES, 40 Inches wide; an exquisite quality In; this season's most desirable colorings. 1 Qf $3.75 grade. Special at Ii.OzJ: COTTON DRESS FABRICS PRINTED VOILES. A beautiful collection of high grado voiles in exquisite colorings, light and dark grounds Value .50 to $1.00 yard. Special at..: COTTON RATINE. Extra quality in a range of the sea-.; son's most desirable colorings. , 36 inches wide. a g-. Regular price .69 yard. Special .at rO; ' . . ..i TRAVELLING BAOS AND SUIT CASES TRAVELLING BAGS, genuine cowhide, leather, lined, sewed on corners, three pockets, 16 or 18 inches, In brown, cordovan and black. s na Value $8.75. Sale Price O.D SUIT CASES, black enamel duck with tray, large shirred, pocket, straps all around, reinforced corners, 24, 26 and 28 inches. Value $6.50, for. ,1 krr."t PHOTO ALBUMS Genuine leather: loose leaf albums. 1 gS- Value $3.50 each. Special at LVD ! i x I , J1 . ', M 33 rt , t.V- 1.1