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THE EVENING WOBLD, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1922.
FIRE FUGITIVES Melted Metal and Blazing Em bers Fall on Thronged Fire Escapes. Most or (he fifty families In the rtr-story building-. Nos. 1J0-192 For styth Strcut, nt Stanton Street, crowded on the flro escapes when flames were discovered on the top floor at 3 A. M. to-day. , The blazo started In the apxrtinont V Paaqualo Arcadlpam, who sot his wlW and Ave children out In safety, Tlrthro wan tJtns for everybody, to hare RonoloTTn tho stairs, but they rushed to tho. two flro escapes on the For syth Stryeet stdo and. one on the Stan ton Street side, bringing about a ton ule of huMahlty that worried pollco men and flnemen. Whllo mcrybcrs of Ensile Company No. 38 and Ttmefc Nto. SO were trying to unscramble tliem and detach somo ot them from tho household goods they had taken wlUti them, molten lead and blazing embers began showering them from tho roof. Sev eral wero scorched, nono seriously nough to require medical attention. Capt. John Flood, ot Englno Co. No. 18, bccnuso of tho heat, ordered firemen John P. Kecfo and Frank ildlxncr to play a stream from a dock pipe against tho sldo ot tho building, thus forming a spray which covered tho tenants coming down, tho fire es capes. Policemen Simon Dcnkcr and simcu (Jreano of the Clinton Street Station found till tho flro escapes crowded when they got thcro. Tho police led mores down tho flro escapes white nrcmen helped others down ladders. COLLIE HOWLS DIRGE AT BOY'S FUNERAL Jump In Ilearic WUh CoSIn and Permitted to Star. JACItSONVILLE. Flo.. May 11A eoUle dog was one of the chief mourn ers at tho funeral here ot Its late master, J. D. Orabb, an eleven-year-old boy, who was killed Monday when a tunnel the boy and his playmates had due. caved In.' The collie, during tho funeral service la Ilia chapel, took a pjaco undar tho coflln, where his howls were so frequent as to Interrupt the service. When the coffin was placed In tho hcarso to bo taken to the train, the dog jumped In nnd all efforts to remove him wero un availing. He made the trip to the sta tion. When the tunnel caved In, "J, D.V mother and the dog began digging for the lad at the' same moment With the removal of the body tho collie was locked up, but broke out and all day yesterday he remained at th,o scene, re fusttv to bo driven away. IttiU CROSS APPEALS VOtl 9300,- noo iron otlood surniucus. WASHINGTON. May 11 A nation- wlie appeal for 1600,000 to aid the homeless (lood sufferers along the lower Ml!rslppl River was lisued to-day by Jo',111 Ilnrtcm Payne, Chairman ot tha Airteilcnn iled Crois. The appeal was Inc.orsed jy Pdesldent Harding as I'MfJdent or (ho fled Crow. Treasure Seekers Sail in Quest of Gold am Valuables in Wreck of Lusifauia at Bottom of Sea Divers Can Work 1,000 Feet Below Surface, Skipper Asserts "We'll All Be Million aires," He Promises. lot of his old NKWPOftT NEWS, Va., May 11 (Copyright). The wooden ship tllakcly, treaauro hunter, to-dny was on her way on a Irlp that recalls the blackest tragedy of the great war. Bho Is -bound for tho Irish coast on a voyage that may mako of her backers, her officers ana lim crow millionaires. fcapt. Charloy lilckards. In com mand,1 is gambling lils meagre life savings against enormous wealth, i-'or the niakely will seek to salvage the gold nncl valuables In tho strong room of tho lllratod Lusltanlo. Ot inning like a happy boy the vet eran navigator, ns tho lines wero bo Ing thrown ashoro yesterday after noon, declared lie was hopeful of the outcome "I told my wife that when I come home wo will build a mansion In Paris and another on Fifth Ave nue." lie ulioutcl to a cronies. Thn HlaKcl. of 1,760 gross ton nntr. cariles skilled clivers, tons of dvnamltc. nnd on her decks are pow arful derricks to bo used In lifting solvacr from the sea. "Wo havo taken this ship on a bare boat charter," Bald the captain, "and we'll bring her home loaded with more money than moro money than". He shrugged his snouiqors ana npreaa his hands In un expressive gesture. "Wc will send our men down tho 260 feet to whero tho Lucy; is sup- nosed to be lying," lie conunucu "thore to dynamite n passage through thr docks to the purser's strongroom Wc will drop over giant hooks to drag away tho wreckage. Tnon wo nope thn mnmmoth steel octopus tentacles of our specially constructed machine win fasten themselves arxjut tne trensuro and rise Higher until they finally drop upon the deck of our ship They tell us that our dlveis cannot surcced Hut wo havo tested oui men nnd otu suits. One may re main 1,000 feet below th sea. level In them and not be hurt. - Lcavltt, who will have charge of the diving prora tions, himself worked on the Pewablc below the Lusttnnla mark In Lake Huron and recovered p, part of tho cargo. "I tell you wo'wlll succeed, and by Christmas we nil will be rich." The Iliokely will not stop with the Lusltanla. Sho hopes to salvage the valuables ot tho Arabic, the declong, the Oceanic and others. Finally, Cnpt. lilckards Insisted that "even the Spanish galleons, sunk years ago, may give up to us." MIHS H'CALZ, IB ENGAGED. Mr. and Aire. Daltard McCall ot Car Jen City. Im I., have announced the fsngatement of their daughter, II l Ma rlon Josephine, to C. II. Converse, son ot Mrs. A. Solomon Converse. Mlu McCall Is a granddaughter of the lite John A. McCall, President ot the New York Life Insurance Company, Mr. Convervo Is a grandson ot tho late L C. Convene, well known banker. SEPARATE BAD AND GOOD IN SCHOOL, JURY URGES Advocatra Isolation of "Contami nating Element" Anionic Pnnlln. SPOKANE, Wash., May 11. Isolation of "the contaminating element" In schools should be given serious cpnslrt cratlon, said the report of a Special Urand Jury which Investigated moral conditions In Spokane High Schools and made public Its findings to-day. Declaring that most children arc above reproach, the Jury said, the isola tion ot othc others and closer co-operation of high school authorities and Juve nile protective agenctes would go a long way toward correcting conditions. Ct'IS IX AVAOIOft OP DIG PAP Kit .MAKING COMPANIES. Sweeping reductions In the wages ot all classes ot skilled and unskilled labor by the Great Northern Paper Company, Mlllonockctr Me., was authoritatively re ported to-day at tho Newsprint Confer ence here. The reductions totalled IS per cent. It was aald. Tho Jebscot Paper Company, with fac tories at Lidson Palls, Brunswick and Jebscot, Me., has made reductions to talling 14 per cent:, according to reports from the conference. How You Can Make HniniQuicklyDisappear (Helps to Beautvt will quickly vanish from tii r.. neck or arms after a single treatment with delatone. Tn arms, neck or face make a stiff paste witn a mtio powdered delatone ami water, apply to hairy surfaco and after about two mlnntri rnh nif -. .I. the skin and It will bo left free from nair or blemish. To avoid disappoint ment, bo aultis certain vnu delator and mix fresh. Advt. MeCutdheoifs Fifth Avenue, 34th and 33dlStrects 4 Men's Accessories o the Week-end Trip Specially Priced IN McCutcheon's Department for Men the man of taste will find accessories that reflect discrimination in dress to the most minute detail. White Madras Shirts with Soft French Cuffs, $2.50. White Cheviot Shirts with or without button-down collars, $2.50. Imported Madras Pajamas in plain colors and attractive patterns, $2.35. Imported Golf, Hoso, in Gray and Heather mixtures with fancy or self color tops, $2.50. Heavy-weight Silk Socks (Lisle fcqt) In Black and colors, $1.35 pair. $7.75 the half dozen. 1 All Silk Socks at $1.65 pair; $9.50 half dozen. Japanese Crepe Bath Robes in colored stripes, $4.95. Raliltrti Trad Maty I8SS r SL Altttuttt $c do A Clearance of Misses' Spring Frocks has foeemi arranged for to-morrow (FrSday) The assortment will comprise Afternoon Frocks of silk crepe, taffeta and vel-ette; and Street Frocks off Poiret twill, pebble-knit, tweed, and plain and basket-weave jersey cloths ait 21.50 & 25 umnLDSuai vafiime nun every flmisitainice (Second FCoor) fflabittm jabemie-jfiftij 8tienue, i?eU) orh Wrtp-fottrlfj fttreet TOrtp-fiWj Street Lord & Taylor FIFTH AVENUE Summer Furniture Adds Its Charm To Living Room, Sun Porch and Veranda NOTHING contributes so vitally to the coolness and comfort of a room in summer as the right kind of furniture, preferably reed or willow, with tastefully chosen, artistic cushions. The suites listed below, are all most moderately priced and all selected with an eye to comfort as well as to beauty. Summer cAppears These Hand-Drawn Scrim Curtains 3, 3.75 Pair BEAUTY and utility arc combined in these scrim curtains, for the openwork per mits a flood of sunlight to be a constant visitor to your home. The curtains are hand-drawn, one or. two rows, in cream or. white; reduced to and 3.75 pair. , Filet Net Curtain Material, 68c Yd. FOR those who take pleasure in making up their own curtains, we recommend filet net, which is as easy' to work on as it is charming to look upon. Reed and Willow Suites 4 piece orange and black decorated reed suite com plete with cushions - 300 4 piece antique ivory and blue trimmed reed suite complete with cushions ....... 245 7 piece antique walnut reed suite complete with cushions . . . , 270 3 piece antique ivory reed suite complete with cushions 3 piece grey reed- suite complete with cushions 4 piece natural, willow suite .J?, i .. . 4 piece maple porch furniture Vt..". 4 piece frosted brown reed suite complete with cushions . ...b.fc.t - . . . o4 Large cAstorlment of 'Hfea, fPilloit', Staple and Cedar Furniture 100 115 58 52 225 SIXTH FLOOR FIFTH FLOOR At the Children's Cooking Class on Saturday at 2:30, Miss Thompson will .teach you how to make the most delicious taffy. &todet Kitchen Seventh Floor Embtoider Your Ddinty Pillow Cases educed $1.50 Pair ATTRACTIVE designs in full .size jmI low. cases, stamped to embroider. There are six designs in all, some with hem stitched edge for crocheting, others with scalloped edge to embroider. A good quality muslin. You may secure from us in struction sheets for embroidery and crochet. ART DBPARTMDNT FIFTH FLOOR i flB DCS E9A r A Safety Step-Ladder Stool THIS safety" stool can be easily and quickly folded up and placed aside; a virtue which is indeed appreciated in these days of small apartments. It is made of hardwood, oak finish, and is equipped with reinforced angle iron hinges, tapering legs, steps mortised in, braced, and nailed. Its sturdy construction makes it the safest stool you can buy. SEVENTH FLOOR greatly Reduced Imported Clocks 15 to 95 BEAUTIFUL ma hogany clocks the kind that lend dis tinction and charm to any roqm ex. ceedingly graceful in shape as you may a see in the two sketches. They are fitted with the finest Swiss movements and they have all been radically re- '' duced'in price. i Boudoir Clocks 20 to 150 STERUNCand plated silver and French enamel oa sterling silver all fitted with exceptionally fine Swiss movements. Any one will make a deuKhtrul wtddin graduation gift. Prices here' have greatly reduced bo. OROUND. FLOOR w 2 or 3fay Sate of Household Linens THE forcsighted housewife will profit by an inspection of the remarkable values offered in this May Sale of Linens. Each item listed has been greatly reduced. Table Cloth, 03.95 Pure, Irish linen damask, 70 xj9 inches, lovely designs. Napkins, 4.25, cloaca Put e Irish linen damask, aa 1 aa iocfces. V Huck Towels, 07.50 doum All pure linen, hemstitched, with damask borders and space tor monogram. Tea Towels, 02.95 dozen Irish checkcd.rtd and blue, hemmed ready for use. SBCOND'FLOOR The Sun Smiles On Habits In Baby Carriages DONT ,miss another deilghtfuT- bay to take -the, baby to the 'Park. If you visit pur Seventh Floor you will find all varieties of children's' conveyances. Go-Carts . . .013 to 036 Pullman . . . 30. to (52 Perambulator . v.. - 46 to 62 SBVBNTH FLOOR One 'Day Clearance of Soap at 10c Cake FOR tomorrow only we have grouped a number of soaps to sel, at the remarkably low price pf 10c cake. Among them are scented and castile; bath, toilet and guest sizes. dROUND FLOOR Sterling Silver Steak Set 2.75 A PARTICULARLY fortunate special 'pur chase of silverware enables us to offer you sev eral exceptional values. Prices are far below usual figures and represent considerable sav ings for you. 02.75 Two piece Steak Set, sterling silver, with hammered or plain handle. 02.5OEngraved Glass Marmalade Jars, with sterling silver cover and spoon. 02.75 Sterling Silver Bud Vases, octagon or plain posts. GROUND FLOOR w" ' A