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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1922.
10 Police "Lines" In Air Hereafter To Guide Traffic Annoyance to President Me morial Day Leads to Drastic Action. WAHHiNOTON June 2 (Copyright). Just iih p"Mrp lines long liavo been thrown nlmul prwit public gatherings to lircvrnt disorder and disturbance. so In the future will air lines havo to bo drawn In the sky to keep prowling aviators from circling abovo the heads 'of spectators and annoying speakers. Tho action of a commercial aviator In flying thrco or four times over tho head of President Harding whllo ho waa delivering his Decoration Day address at tho Lincoln Memorial dedi cation ceremonies has caused the-Com-mlsstoncrs of tho District of Colum bia to tako drastlo action. Presi dent Harding tried to, Ignoro tho arcoplunc, but the pound of tho motor and tho hum of the propeller com pletely drowned his voice at times. At first It was supposed that an act of Congress would bo necessary to rcgutato aerial traffic over the National Capital, but the Corporation Counsel to-day notified the authori ties that the ordinary polled power to rcgulato traffic on the strcots Is suf- flclent to cover air traffla as woll. Air rules thorofore aro In process of formation. Enforcement of air rules will de pend upon air policemen, of course, but there still Is tho problem of how an arrest Is to bo made. It Is as sumed the air cop will pursue the of fender until he Is forced to land. Many cities aro studying the problem CREW OF WILTSHIRE NOW REPORTED SAFE fttrnmaulp With 100 AVowrd Wnt AKrounfl on If Cty Zealand Coast, LONDON, June 2 (Associated Press). A cablegram from Auckland, New Zealand, to-day relieved anxiety over the crew of the British steamer Wilt shire, which went ashore on the New Zealand coast Wednesday night in a violent sea. The message said rescu ing parties had been able to get aid to the Wiltshire men, that the work of retoue was proceeding and that no lives had been lost. The steamer, which was bound from the Clyde for Wellington, had a crew ot nearly 100 on board, but GIRL FOUND DAZED AFTER AUTO PARTY LAMAR IS ARRESTED ON LARCENY CHARGE David Lamar, once a figure In Wall Street, who has sorvc two ymirs In fBcanty Contested! You are always confident thi t your beauty hai bctn developed to thtbutheit of Its poulblUUtl after tiling Couraacra Oriental Cream. Was With P"rtr ot Men, hift 31 liken No Charge. Mlts Anna Conley, twenty, a clerk living at No. 297 Cooper Avenue, IlldKc wood, Queens, was found by a neighbor early to-day In front Of No. 298 Cooper Avenue In a dazed condition. Sho was taken to Kings County Hospital, where It was said sho was suffering from hysteria. The young woman admitted sho had been riding in an automobile last night with a number of men, whoso names she refused to divulge. She made no charges against them. Atlanta Penitentiary for fraud, was ar retted to-day after being Indicted yes terday for grand larceny. Ho wag ar raigned before Judge Mancuso In Oeneral (Sessions and furnished required ball of $5.(00. Sndt5c(orTria1SU F.rJ.T.II.VU.3t. Mrs. Bstell. Allison, who lives In West 63d Street, chawed that Inst October sho gave Lamar fG,300 with which to buy oil stooks and that ho ciept tho money. His attorney, ex-Judge Leonard Bnltkln, stated to the court that hn In tended to move for an Inspection of tho Grand Jury minutes. i,ijne former wentwonn cm- V ployee Hid Amazed New- no passengers. WOMAN'S $25,000 9 STOLEN IN HOTEL, Ifc TWO CLERKS HELD tf . f. . X v burgh by His Opulence, h How Ernest Hill,, thirty-three, for merly a clerk at the Hotel Went- L'. .vwcrth. No. El Wet 48th Street, with 'tifjh proceed of a $25,000 tottery at t v. fintAl ir.v ti fciiA nhird &s the ' tiuivii ' a "middleweight champion o England," , jBjJOrted a diamond studded watch ' and Bncnt money so freely residents UL iUtt lllll(U, 41, x., feu"-. " " lay Detectives Manney and Shanley after Hill had been locked up In Police SV- .Headquarters. Hill, employed t the Wcntworth tinder tho alias of Ernest Sampson, Is alleged to have stolen n bug con- alnlns jewelry, Liberty bonds and ..-cash agxrcgatlntr Z,00tt, wmcn Airs Urene Wardcll, a patron, had given to him to put In. tho oafo. ' When Mrs. Wardell asked for the bag the next day It was found that Hill and the bag had vanished. De .tectlvcs Manpey and Shanley were assigned to the case Saturday they arrested Henry Goldberg, twenty two, No. 122 East 12th Street, former . clerk at tho hotel. He told them, .they say, that Hill was In Middle town, N. Y., or In that vicinity. While at Newburgh, Shanley and Manney learned the town had a visitor who sported a diamond studded watch, claimed tho middleweight ' championship ot England and carried a big wad of bills. Among Mrs. .Warden's stolen Jewels was a diamond studded watch, Manney said. On the main street later Hill felt a heavy hand on his shoulder. Beside $100. Hill had a pawn ticket for a $1,000 diamond ring on which he Obtained $400. Manney and Shan ley say the proceeds of the robbery y -were split three ways, one third going , to aoiaber?. t -THUG'S BRIDE FAINTS AT HIS SENTENCE Bryant Gets 25 Years for : x Holding Up 8th Ave. Druggist. Joseph Bryan, No. 601 West Ed - .rtrcet, was sentenced to Bl'ng Sing . for 25 years by Judge Nott to-day In the Court of General Sessions. Ho was convicted of being one of four men 'who held up Benjamin Qreen waM, a druggist at Np. 92S Eighth avenue, and a number of customers , , lnj tho store on March 15, locking ' ,ihem all In tho cellar and robbing 1 them of nearly 1150. Bryan has a -record 'dating back to 1909 and his conviction on the robbery charge was as a second offender. His 'bride, , who ho married last February, fainted in, the cfiurtrpom when 'ehe hoard , the sentence. WORLD BANKERS MEET ON MEXICAN FINANCES j is Countries Represented at Con' . ferenee Here. ' '(, Adolfo De La Huerta, Mexico's Mtn r lsjer of Finance, In the Chamber of ' , Commerce to-day opened the series of conferences with International bankers, with a view to adjusting the financial u enungiements in ms country, lnvolv ' Ing 1330,000,000 . The conference opened with Thomas , '"W.' Laraont, of J. V. Morgan & Co., ." j presiding. Among those attending In (he. American group were; Mortimer il iSch ff, T, O. Smith, R. a. Hutchlns. Jr.. Charles E. Mitchell, Walter T. Rosen, Charles H. fiabln, James Speyer and Albert I. Wlggln. ' ' In the group of foreign bankers were: EDgjana tir wimam Wiseman and E, K. Peacock. Franco J. Chevalller. - Switzerland IS. W. R. Masson. Qer- . rnsny -Dr. Paul Von Schwabaoh. iBABY CHOKED DEAD WHILE TRYING TO SWALLOW IRON NUT Rosalind Galkln, seventeen months old. Of No. 668 Hinsdale Btreat, Brooklyn, .was choked to death yesterday after ' noon by swallowing a small Iron nut, Th baby was playing on ths kitchen .floor with the nut. to which a piece of string waa attached, when ahjs put the nut In her mouth and It became wedged In her throat. Laxatives Replaced BytheUnaofNuJol Nnjol Is c Inbrlcaat not medietas or laxative so cannot gripe, When you aro constipated, there Is not enough lubri cant produced by yc.r ays tern to keep the food wast oft. Doctors prescribe Nn jol because Its action if so. doss to this natural lubri cant Try It today. in aNew Summer Fashions T for SMisses Misses' Canton Crepe Dresses 22.50 Beautifully made, grace fully designed, and at an ex ceptionally low price, these frocks are charming enough for tea wear and simple enough for street wear with a summer fur. Three models: one with the clever lattice trim ming launched thi$ season by Paris; one with the entre deux which looks like fagotting but isn't and is almost as much favored as lattice, and one with drawn work. In black, navy and charmjng shades of fallow and cornflower. THIRD FLOOR Misses' Printed Silk Frocks 15 Soft and girlish in effect are these crepe de Chine frocks inoldEnalish nrint desicms. ZJ&Mw made smart by the crispness or, organdie, at neck and sleeves. Cross-stitch or bias bands of silk trim some of the models; there are light and dark colors, gay and modest patterns. Particularly clever, youthful, and good value at 15 THIRD FLOOR Jaunty Bathing Suits 15 Navy blue taffeta is the ma terial of one of these suits, . smartly cut in a waistline model with bateau neckline and cap sleeves. But the really interesting point! about it is that two wide slashed pockets on either hip give a flash of the loveliest soft shade of beryl green, and the little sleeves are lined with it too a most piquant effect. The other models has an ar rangement of tucks that gives the effect of smocking without the fulness smocking re quires. Both suits are in navy and black. THIRD FLOOR A Summer Corset H.95 qA Special Glentc ZModel The material is a fine quality of silk broche Top is very low, daintily trimmed; skirt medium length with clever elastic inserts in front, and the boning is light but sufficiently firm for the necessary support. Three pairs of hose sup porters, All sizes from 24' to 32. SECOND FLOOR Chiffon Sports Veils, Special n.35, 2.95" How graceful and becom ing these veib are, looped wound the crown of your hat and falling over the brim to your shoulder. One is. hemstitched all around It is 1 yards long and yard wide. The other has picot edging around' its ii yards ' of length and 4 yard of width. They are found in gay sports colors as well as navy, black, brown and white yes, always white ! " GROUND FLOOR if Imported St. Gall Dotted Swiss At Our Lowest Price, 95c Yd. Lord & Taylor FIFTH AVENUE 1 a . jbm 1 rsv sVraar?. SMillinery Svent! The Hat Every Woman Needs 7.95 TENNE HATS 9.75 That hat you can wear shopping and then to dinner and the theatre and know that it is absolutely appropriate for all three occasions. The hat to wear at Country Club and lawn party. In short, the hat you need now you will find it in this unusual 'collection marked at two remarkably low prices. oAll are marked far below usual price the finer quality. Many all white, others white with black. Some navy and black as well as all the pastel shades, orchid, blue, pearl, sand. Some embroidered with Russian motifs in gay colors. Beau tiful workmanship. Gff 9.75 of fine horse-hatr, and tulle or combinations of the two. AIL black, black and white, navy, brown and a large number of pale tints. Flower trimmed or with ft 9 raceful feathers or soft tulle or lace; FOURTH FLOOR Special Values in Jewelry Pearls Specially Priced 24 inch strand, 3.50 30 inch strand, 4.50 Pearls, beautiful strands with their soft cream colored and rosy tints there's nothing quite like them to wea'r on any festive occasion. This is true from year to year, but this season, when no costume is complete without a necklace, it's particularly true. These pearls are unusually lovely In their coloring and are offered at exceptionally low prices, Jewelled Combs 2.95 and H.95 Less than Original Wholesale Cost You'd scarcely believe to look at them that these combs could sell for such very low prices. They are obviously of higher quality, as you can see by. the workmanship, the fineness of detail and the charming taste with which the many colored stones are combined. Shell combs with rubies; crystal with sapphires, emeralds or rubies; a most effective combination of black with emeralds, and dozens of other styles, too numerous xo describe. You may find one to match any summer gown. And scarcely a duplicate in the group! i oA 'Very Special Purchase! Women's Crepe Capes 29.50 For the woman of fashion, the cape of the season; for the season of summer, the coolness of silk. These capes have a cleverly corded silk collar, deep fringe, and are lined throughout. A very special purchase enables us to offer them at the remarkable value of 29.50 Wool Canton Crepe Skirts 12.75 The cockled surface of wool Canton crepe makes ita very" satisfactory sports skirt ma terial it doesn't wrinkle, doesn't picTc up dust, and will wash. Five models are shown in our skirt department; a wrap-round with generous overlap; a side-plaited, a full-plaited, a panel pocket effect, and a clever one with dropped waistline and flat pearl buttons. Very trluch in the mode and very modestly priced. Women's Linen and Voile Frocks 17.50 Clever was the designer who invented the cool top of voile for the smart tailor ed dress of linen. These models combine cool ness and crispness delightfully. Wrap-around effect skirt, deep shawl collar and trim pearl but tons. In orchid, maize, brown, blue and white. THIRD FLOOR Charming Silk Handbags 5 Such fascinating bags with their filigree tops and figured silk! They are the kind that usually sell for a much higher price and are very specially priced at 5. The silk is imported moire, fig ured or striped, in navy and white, brown and tan, black and red, or all black. The frames have silver or gilt finish. Panier or regulation han dle. Silk linings with inside pocket and mirror. OROUND FLOOR White Shoes for Svery. Summer Hour. 6.75 ,09.75 Hours on the links hours at the club hours boating, teaing, dancing hours ' early or lat'e provided they are summer hours arc spent in white shoes. This year more than ever before the demand of well dressed women is for white, in shoes as in the rest of the costume. When you are planning the white shoes you'll need for summer be sure to look at the collection we are offering at most moderate prices. At 6.75 A white canvas one strap pump with comfortably rounded toe and low heel. At 8.75 White buckskin oxfords and strap pumps, wing tipped and .low heeled. At 9.75 White kid or buckskin oxfords; also a rubber soled sports oxford. O ROUND FLOOR SECOND FLOOR