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THE EVENING WOLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1988.
I 1 I a i i PATIENT LEAPS TO DEATH. "Glooilbjr," Call Mmn llrfore IMnnne . From HoipHal Wlndovr. "I'm eolnp. Ooodbyl" said Austin Hantey, forty-one, a patient In St. Jo cph' Hospital, Souh Brpadiray. YonU era, Just before ho leaped from a fourth story window and KUffered Injuries yes terday from which ho died In a few hours. Hanley, who said he lived on West 27th Street, between Seventh, and Eighth Avenues, Munhattan, called at the hos pital Tuesday and united to be treated for a nervous ailment. He was In the ward on tho fourth floor when ho Jump ed before nn alendant vcould restrain hint. He landod In the yard, forty feet below, "with a badly fractured skull. Ho had u card of Pressmen's Union No. 23 of New York City In his pocket. JIWY YOIIK MAN IIUYa FLORIDA NEVS(l'APnU. Jacksonville; June 2. sale of the Florida Metropolis, afternoon news paper, to John II. Perry of Now York, President of ,thc American Press Asso ciation, and Richard Lloyd Jones, pub lisher ol tho Tulsa (Okla.) Tribune, is announced. Mr. Perry will assume charge Immediately. ENUMSII M. P. KIl.I.r.D UY FALL MIOM THAIN. CHESTEUKIELD. Ehgland. June 2. Blr J. D. Iters, Blxty-Hovon, M. P. for East Nottingham, fell from an express train while pxeslng tprpuch here this tnornlnc. and Xled In a hospital. lie was In the Indian Civil Sen-Ice from 1875 to 1901, and wrote several books on Indian questions. For Faithful Old Servant, Pope Ignores Conventions She Is Signora Linda, Forty Years With Fam-ily--He Silences Those Who Object. looking tho details of housekeeping and Insisting upon economy and order, fllnco this was tho first ,tlmo n ItOME, June 8 (Associated Press). Popo Plus has Ignored tho conven tions of centuries by Installing his old servrti t, 8lgnora "Wndft, within the preclrcts of hU apartment, appoint ing her his housekeeper and wardrobe maid, according to a local paper. Slgnora Linda, who has been with the Itattl family for forty years, watched at tho deathbed of the moth er of Pius while he was absent In Poland, and after the death of her mistress retired to a convent In Milan. Upon his appointment as Cardinal Archbishop, Plus quickly called her to govern his household, and after only seven, months as a Cardinal, ho was elected Pope. Upon his elevation Slgnora Linda prepared to return to the convent, but Instead was summoned to Homo and Installed by Plus in charge of his wardrobe, to which she adds many other dutlesi ordering the frugal meals for tho Pope and his secretaries,, over- woman had been admitted to such .i position, somo of tho conservatives lit tho Vatican ventured to mako respect ful remonstrances. They wcro received by tho Pope, who gave his customary tranquil decision, saying calmly: "It Is our will." He added that tho papul life of sacriflco, labor and responsibility made more than ever necessary tho comfort of old, habits and accustomed service. l.lt to I'lirenolostil, Where. fll)0 Went Up, la-rrnpbetlc. Phrenologists are awfully careless with J10O bills, Jacob Naclnovlch, a kitchen worker, living at No. 50 West 17th Street, Manhattan, has dlscovered. The phrenologist who gave Jacob this Im pression Is Mrs. Catherine Pe Vane, forty, of No. 97 Thompson Street, Man hattan. She conducts a booth near the West End Terminal, Coney Island. Ja cob was a patron on Memorial Day. While In her phronotoglcal eiplora- NAME COLLEGE HEAD TO BEAT LA FOLLETTE Wisconsin Itrpnbllcana Nominate Dr. Gnnnclil. MILWAUKEE, Juno 2 (Associated Press). Dr. W. A. Ganfleld, President of Carroll College, of Wqukesha, Wis., has been named as the candidate of tho Citizens' Republican State Conference meeting here to oppose Senator Robert M. La Folletto for ro-clcctlon In the beptcmoer Wisconsin primaries. These Evchts also at NEWARK STOlta Broad Street and Wat Vdrh 4 f (1 9 i These Events also at BROOKLYN STORE Fulton Street Near lloyl West 34th Street Thru to 35th Street Exceptional Purchase and Sale Geo rgette Crep e Bio uses At About Half Regular $0.98 2 Hundreds of these dainty new blouses to select from at this spe cial price including Filet Lace Trimmed Georgettes, frilled, em broidered, vestee and Peter Pan models. But mostly hand-made Batistes and French Voiles. White, Flesh, Bisque and Sporl combinations. Sites for all. Coats, Capes & Wraps Reduced Heretofore Selling to $29.75 & $35 Will Be Closed Out Tomorrow at $29.75 For Town or Country Wear Extremely desirable new models, of Cannon Crepe, Her ringbone, Polette, Double-Faced Plaids and Sport Ma terials. Many of the capes have fringe trimming and Caracul fur collars and are nicely Crepe lined. Higher Quality Group of Spring Wraps at $29.75 Sin Jo Tiiirl SitiJ-Q Long Line & Novelty Modes In Striking Sport Shades $11-75 Actual Values to $25.00 The best sport models of the season I In straight line, box or Peter Pan effects, with well tailored shoulders and silk lined. Women who were expecting to pay more will find these offerings measuring up to the most ex acting requirements. -77 IJT""' 171"'? Drastic Reductions on Tricotine Suits at $25 Silk Sport Skirts Of Novelty Crepes, Baronet And Wool Basket Weaves $g.98 ' Now is the time to turn to such dashing Summer Sport Skirts asHhese! In a well-chosen variety at a very low price! Sport and Costume models in White and self patterned Silks and Sport Cloths. ' 1 E SEES TROUBLE FOR HER. tlon 1I10 asked the subject It he had a (100 bill. He hnd, and turned It over to her. She played with It a whllo and then appeared to throw It Into tho fire. She ndvlsMl Nnrlnovlch It would bo re turned a thousnnd fold. Instead of waiting to !cc. tho kitchen worker went to tho poike The phrenologist will havo a hearing In the Coney Island Court. NOHM.vi.cv itnxToiini) ix macao, IIONO KONO. June 2. Normal con ditions have been restoicd on tho IslAnd of Macao, whero tho Chinese recently clashed with the Portuguese authorities. Drastic notion In being taken looking to tho dissolution of the Chlneso guilds. CHICAGO CARFARE CUT. CHICAGO, Juno 2. Surface line street car tares wore reduced from 8 to 7 cents yesterday by Federal Judges Evans, Pago and Gclger. The Issua was taken Into' the Foderal courts when the State Public Utility Commission re duced 'ho (arcs to S cents, and the :ompa.ny crlod "confiscation1." The Federal courts Issued a temporary In junction, but ruled that receipts should bo Issued, and In tho event the 6-ccnt faro was held legal, the companies should refund 3 cents. 1 Tho new ruling grants three tickets for SO cents, effective Juno IS. "L" fares are 10 cents. SpecialVan Raalte Glove Silk and Net Silk Hosiery, 1.95 ftfMmu0 STREET Scoadwm COMMENCING SATURDAY Special June Sales Offer Exceptional Economies A splendid opportunity for those who are ser v lecting their new Summer wearables. Special preparation and advantageous purchases have enabled us to make our prices exceptionally low. Dainty Cotton Frocks Delightfully appropriate for the routine of a Summer day and as refreshing as a breeze. Materials of Imported Gingham, Eponge, French Linen, Tissue Voile, Imported Voile. Trimmed with hand-drawn work, embroidery or organdie. 5.00 7.95 10.00 Fashionable Silk Dresses A distinctive collection of the newest summer models for street, afternoon and sports wear. Plaitings, beads, embroidery, panels and drapings are effectively used. Materials are Canton Crepe, Georgette Crepe and figured Crepe de Chine. 13.75 22.00 38.00 New Coats, Capes and Wraps For Travel, Sports and Resort Wear A summer necessity! This collection shows the very newest in dress and sports models. There is a large choice in the wanted materials and shades. 14.75 22.00 28.00 Skirts for Sports Wear Exquisite indeed are these skirts which are shown in material of novelty silks, flannel and Baronette satin. They are particu larly smart for the sports costume. There is a largo variety of weaves in striking patterns and designs. 5.00 7.95 10.75 .Final Disposal of Spring AppareL At a Fraction of Original Prices Greatest Savings of the Year WERE TO NOW 56 Heather and Tweed Suits 35.00' 10.00 63 Goats and Capes .... 49.50 1 5.00 58 Wraps and Coats .... 59.75 33.00 91 Exclusive Capes .... 95.00 48.00 Altaian & Ola The Oep&irtaieinit for Catalogue amid Folder Merchandise is mresfcratine: a seasonable assortment of u among which tho following offer excellent " i Misses' Frocks of dotted Swiss voile, S9.8S Cottage Frocks of cotton materials, at $2.95 to 5.25 Women's and Misses' Coat Sweaters of wool jersey $7.25 Trimmed Hats, attractive models, at ....... . $6.00 '& 7.S0 satin 4.o j t - J vas, with' white buckskin tip and apron, at 5B.5U Women's Silk Hose, with lisle tops and soles and embroidered 'clocks . . . $2.25 Chamois Lisle Gloves, mousquetaire style, 16-button length; in pongee, beaver or white, at . . $1.10 also Fitted Luncheon Cases (with service tor six) . . . , . . . $11.50 (Sixth Floor) fXoiltflnn Aucnuc - 3Ftftff Auqtuir 3411t anb"35tl Slmta Ntui ork V PATumnJm Headquarters tor the Famous TTlarDn - Bandlnstruments The Musically Perfect Instruments Incomparable Tone, t Easiest Blowing, Absolutely the Lightest Valro Action. Durable Construction. CORNETS TROMBONES TRUMPETS MELLOPHONES BARITONES BASSES TniflETi'n Saxophones 80 J? Preferred by Saxophonists Every where. Wonder lully Easy to Blow. Fetching Tone. Correct Scale. $J.50 WEEKLY WALTER J. KLINKO Celebrated Saxophonist, (Victor Artist) Uses and Recommends tho Martin Saxophone. Uearlllm Play Any Day Next Week. WtJItMTZEIt AUDITOJUUM AT 12.40 AND 1.10. DAILY NOON HOUR CONCERTS. 12.15 JVo Charge for Admltslon WURLITZER. 120 Wett 4Zd 1 am intereated in a W-o-2 riiiu ni m. iddltlon.l Intorro.lloo. Num. Adirm 1KB SPECIALIZE W FISE LUDWIG DRUMS AND TRAPS. DRUM OUTFITS $50.00 Up The Rudolph Wurlitzer Co. New York's Saxophone Centre 120 West 42nd St. Between Broadway and Sixth Ace. REAL ESTATE ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE SUNDAY WORLD REAL ESTATE SECTION MUST BE IN THE WORLD OFFICE BEFORE FRIDAY. w CIRCULATION OVtK 600,000 t-jg r it- .in ' tr I it . i3 ft is a IT at