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GUNS HALT ffl TRUCK AFTER hi Seize 25 Barrels and Arrest Klvo Delicatessen Drugstore Raided. TWO-MILE SE t'Tcderal Prorilbltlcii Aponts Kent- r- . , ...... Hli.l,t c.It(w1 n fijran ana aiauoru iav mn" Wflre-ton auto truck In which, thoy ?E"Uec, they found twcnty-tlo barrels ': tt real' txer, each barrel conUUnln& 114 bottles. The accnts In a toutinit car were In JjMrst Avenue, at 60th Street, when ; sihr saw the truck Just ahead. The i agents pursued and the chauffeur of 'the truck turned on the power. Thd 5 race continued to .Hth .Street at high eped when the airrnts, comlriB abreast of the track. flrew Ihelr re volver and ordered the' chauffeur to top. Instead, ho drove faster until, at 33d Street, the ncents threatened to aboot, when he stopped. "i William Mitchell, tlilrty-two. No. UO West toth Street, the chauffeur, 'tod hla helper, Walter Berve, twenty Mght. No. II West CUh Street, were treated and taken! to Clinton Street iPolice .Station charged -with trans- tportins; beer without", license, Later the agents stopped at the .Central Park .House. Slsth Avrnuo dm& 68th Street. Here, they allege. Itbert Kcltbom, owner, produced a ilat of liquor for JS. He .was served Jwlth'a summons. i At the Mar-Sen Delicatessen, No. S Eighth Avenue, near 61st Street, .the agents served a summons on , Samuel Kahno. No. 1023 Hoe Avenue, Bronx,, said to be tho manager, for the alleged possession of liquor. The Hhe OK.mnrk onfiwts ondvet a. r. q. Itulf supttBn cuslty anil tppitttne arc brtdini, Im tddltlon. wtB tbt Blu Qaen ttt&t-, mtk and are worth .all taty tort. Some of the prin clpal A. F. G. prod acts are I APPLES CABBAGE CELERY GRAPEFRUIT LETTUCE ORANGES PEARS PINEAPPLES TOMATOES ASPARAGUS CANTALOUPES' CAULIFLOWER DRAPES ONIONS PEACHES PEPPERS POTATOES agents, alleged Knhnc offered n quart of "Scotch" for S7.no. Tho ngents then visited n drup storo at No. 11G Amsti'idum Avt'nue, near flSth Street. They stiHl t'oorgo Ka shtik, nllegcd owner, offered u pint of liquor for $1. Ho wuh wrvcil with a summons. , PROBABLY ENVOY TO WHUFF. o , , , , ., , Man VamlMiiK In flank tny 1,nJ iillnR and IVIIaaa 5rn lllm ' August neflneh. thirty-four, ot No. 145:1 J'lrst Avenue, was lakeif to Jlelle- vuo Hospital yrstertlajr from the Na tlonal Olty ItHnlt. No. f,5 Wall Strwt. The man wnmlereil through the' bank until n KDectal olDcvr Inaulrcd his busi ness. Ilednesh said money was- ow.-dj him by the re Jlernl .Government, lie was directed -to the Federal II xrrve flank, but returned and sslil be had been employed by "President Wilson nnd President Harding and was In lite iatik lo collect wages due. M'OIC IM! KBI3I.S KAIITII SHOCK. SPOICANn, Wash., Juno 2 An earth shook tostlnc three minutes was fait by many persona here late yesterday, Some reported that tho shocks were accompanied by a, heavy rujnbllng. Dishes" were rattled and In one In stance a chimney, was reported dnm a Red r ri-r nils out ami ravk monf.y TODAY 'TOMORROW I ONLY i I$1 Men's and Young Men's Suite, Special Factory Sale 757 Broadway 1 Fliglit Up Corner Elrihth Street lOpp. Wanamaker'a. ISntriinse on Sill HI The shield and initials A. F. G. as sure buyers of dependable quality in all kinds of fruits and vegetables. This trade-mark is the service sign of the American Fruit .Growers' Incorporated. Whenever used in connection with the brand of an individual grower or an association of growers whose crops are distributed by the American Fruit Growers, it is an assurance that the products have been grown, graded, packed and shipped under such condi tions that they reach the buyer depend able in quality. Fresh fruits and vegetables are never out of season with buyers of A. F. G. products. Through its shipping offices in every important agricultural district of America the American Fruit Growers Incorporated distributes crops of de pendable quality to all cities in the United States and Canada. Look for this mark and be sure oi quality. AMERICAN FRUIT GROWERS Distributors. New York Sales Office Washington & LASKER WILL NOT RESIGN. Snj-a llr Will Ilrnd .Slilnplnn; nnnril 'for Another Your." WASniNOTON, Juno 2 '! Iiavo no Intention of resigning. When I camo hero It was with the understanding that I would remain until a dcflnlto policy for the establishment nnd maintenance of an admiuate Anierlcn-t merchant iita rlne'Wns made effective. 1 shall, remain for another year, at least." VThls statement wns made to-day by Albert D. I.aker, Chairman of the Ship ping, Hoard, when bis attention was called to a published report that he would, resign as soon as tho pending Olllp OUUBIUjr uiii an, jiapocu. B ijj )- n il Arc Mndo of' White Pine Wood tit hrt nnnronducUr Ami ninut miltnble of wnmi i or i hp purpo. The Shrives Are Solid Slate Stone Tlwy retain the cold Hit Bt Desleri Sell Ihe Eddj . . Trtlul null Avvrm-ed hii ff.. ft llnM Hnutrhrtpina hI((uI I CATAI.IKi MAII.I.I) VllKB. D. Eddy & Sons Co., Boston f THE WORLD'S Harlem Office Now Located at 2092 7th Ave. Near 125th St. HOTEL THERESA BUILDINGS INC.' Dunne Sts. AMUSEMENTS. WINTER GARDENm.8 StViS EDOIE CANTOR MAKE IT SNAPPY- With KAN HALPEIjlH. t. a.so Mls.Tui Mores to Century llpof Theatre June Oth. RFNT IRY Thes., OSa A C4tit rrk, Wttt. ftcM KoJsms.Dart6a Marion Ornn la The ROSE of STAMBOUL XrfS. nrpt t.). SQo tt.M. 41TM ST Thf - 0 Rvt, i.o. tin OI. MstmtVi Thur. A Bst. 1.30. Cncit. LEAN and CLK MAVVIKI.il In THE BLUSHING BRIDE AMDAoaAUUn Mt. w. and Kt. so BLOSSOM TIME onKATr.aT MUsn'Ai..mt Ar aousi RdllTH w1 R"1' !. s--puuin im. yvn. a nnt. s.no MII.NKS NI5W tOHUDV-Tlli: ABOUP BLAYDS Will, o. r. Ittci(lltt nd AUCXANDItA UAltMH.R. 1 KUUENK O'NEILL'S "THE IlAIJtY APE," Plymouth, IK. 4ilh St. Em. 8,15. Mais. Thin. & Sat. 2.45 PLAYHOUSE v,,t 481h 8t- Ev- 8 'Up The Ladder' K 7 THMONTH-IJOUi.::; hQOVERROAD t)y A. A. Milne With CIIAO. CHERRY Seown'e Smnrtest Comedy. -Slat Saturday 2.S0, Hest Seats 12 B A R R I C K 65 V, zs. Kv. 8..m Mt.Thurs.tBat.,$2 1lUnCDDIIT T IHI1ULIIUILI Eva.B.SO. ilata.Ved.Sat.2.43 A COMEDY nitAMA FANNY HAVTHORN ORCIt. SKATS ALL IT.nFIMtMANCKS J. I ITTI P TIIKATltt;. W. 44th St. Kvn. 3.30. Mata, TO-M'W A Wed. at S.S0. The 1st Year IlliST SKATS $3.10. PHTfUl 46 St.. W. I Nlehta at 8.30 . rULIUD ofll'way. Mats. Sat. A Ve4.2,aO ANNA NICHOLS" Now Comedy,. NEW AMSTERDAM West 49lXfSt 1 MON. JUNE. 5 SEATS NOW AT BOjC OFFICE UCUDV lilt I Ctl'C TIIKATRE. 124-W. 4M, 111.11111 iniL.l.L.11 o flltST MAT. to-m-w; Va CAICTV B'way A 46th St. Evei. at 8.S0. 0AICII Matinee Haturday at 3.30. THE DRUMS OF JEOPARDY With Wm. Courtlelcb A' Marina Conktey. CIDI PAOnni I 'th Av , 00 8t. JJva. 8.80. CAIlL UAnnULL cir. omw. KlratMtTom'w TO-NIOIIT'S Ol'll-MNO l'OSTi;OM!l. "Heads I Win 77 A js'ew Comedy., DPI ACPn West 44lh St. Evenings at 8.1:0 ULUtuuu Matn Tlmri.. and Bat. at .20 UAVIII 1IELA3CO Preaenta LENORE DLRICasKIKl LIBERTY West 42d St. Evenlnsa at 8.20.'' Mata. Wed. & Hat., at -'.u. 'To The L i Hfirsa Hayes ",,h Otto Kruzer OafaJkBlAaaTIIE;a.. Il'y A 4M Mt, )JWI1An Pop. Mtfl.Wcd. I Sat. fcD. WYNk w aair perfect SPOOI. H;.,d!,A44B,ah,.m 5TH MONTH - The RUBICON! with yiolkt irrairNO. sua a. vrvwBuceui DOLL IISI' -t TIMi; LAST .MAT TO-MOIfW, Cn OT weat 48th St. Evenlnga at B.S0. U n I Matlneea Wed, t, Bat at 2.20. WALLACE EDDINGER- marv NASU in "CAPTAIN APPLEJACK" GOOD MORNING DEARIE Till! HlfNHATlONAL MUK1CAL COMI'.DV Rl (1RF u'way & mh ,8t- ivea. at 8.S3. w ... manner. ru. & nat. at UIKIfa HilY W45 .BrM0.Ev.8.15 nharp niwwiw MKiuta wea, & oat. 2.10. berlihj'MUSI G BOX REVUE' Peat muala show ever made In America.' Pill U U1DDIC W 42d Et. Uvea. 8.18. OAltl ni nMIIIIIO Mala. Wed. A Sat., 2.19 SIXCYUNDERLOVE with eiini:st Tiq-nx. "CITl CT Mttslo Hall, bet U'wayTCenT' DOU Oli P, W. Eves. 8.S0. Mat. Sat. S.30. SHUFFLE ALONG 2D YEAB ORIGINAL tl.VST. 9n Latest and Most Complete Iniormation Regarding Summer Resorts WILL BE PUBLISHED IN NEXT SUNDAY'S WORLD Special Summer Resort Section MOUNTAINS, SEASHORE, LAKES, FARMS Every Seeker .After Health, Rest or Pleasure Can Profitably Read Die Largs and Varied List of Vacation AaasuacemenU. Don't Forge the Date SUNDAY. JUNE 4TH , AMUSEMENTS. ' CUIIDCDT Tlisatre. th. W. ot D'wsy OnUDtnl i R2i). Mnt. But. A Wfd. in TMtin. Nevwtsr succba "Funnier Jhanever"-,of?0i.flln' "Chnni 'nil t PrP at aa elactrle fon." SttDhen lUthbun, 8un. MAXINEELLIOnW'AKrtS RMAitjonti: in ins ovnir oiJ9 AM BEAU The 'GOLDFISH Willi W H.Tt)W:I.ACKATE. t , OQTU CT Tina., nsar u war. x,vtt, s.su. 03 In 01 1 Matlner To-morrow 8.M. Bra,MC?.,dy The ROTTERS by It. T Mnltby. , "fVrlalnly tnnile the audience Inash a liollrrin 'Chariey'sAunt Telesram MATH. JVT.n. A HAT. IJ0. ZSULWYS TIlRATRB. Vf. 4U St. If v li'-fiO Jlts.Wd.ASat.JS.no higher UAKINbT UtKWAKU onU ALEXANDER CARR In a new cornfdy. "l'AUTNslltS AMAIN." HyMontmuOIJulEcHert Goodman PCI unHT Bry.. Ev.. 8.S0 Or Mats.iTo-mV A Bat. 2.30 Tin; IIKI III IT KEMPY With Ontnt Mitchell and The Nujcentf 1Q Til CT Theatre. I Matlneea Oli Evee. 8.S0. Thuri. A Bit. The MFCT ..Sftp. liJL J 1 WATSON PCPIIDI 10 Thea.,42d St..W.of B'y.Ers.S.SO. ncruULIU Knt Matinee Saturday 2.50. PI TINRP iiA Street. Evening, S.30. tLIIHUt j,llst Mat- 8ati La,t 3 Tme. A Dral I f THEATRE .W.42ndS I AFULLU TWICE DAILY 230-8 JG MARY CAREWtoN Vllh Tin: cKiiwu Aitn FLOCKI.Nd TO SKIS DOROTHY PHILLIPS RODOLPH VALENTINO ANI A niG Sl'RCIAL CAST IN "ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN" Rreeented by CAUL LAEMMLE. I UNIVERSAL PRODVpTIQli. PPUTRAI CONTINUOUS NOON TO' It IVnill THE LOVES IIULI OF PHARAnU" I First Tlmo. a(.popuIa'r'Pr!cea . . "itoh oncers fircneetra. .MOOHK In "OVEK JIIK OnPEIt " JJIALTO! AGNES AY-RES fil Tim. in "THF. nnnPAin ?.!?"?." i I famous lilalto Orchestra. CRITERION SffSu ,' "Missing Husbands" "The Stroke of Midnight" Kurope'a Senaatlonal HevelaUon .... In Spiritualism. i- PT I'lrj'rf f si a rX . . . A.iHju, Margie Coatea 4 Van. Chaa. JIarrlion Co... Larry Comer. Petty H Kcen3r- lion Alle". K'ti rn Japs. Bt. Claire A Gray. ' ALMA RUBENS in m flEAR CJulxley 4. Donna Darling- A Co., I'laano A Bingham, Burka A Uurko, others and ALMA ntJMENR In TINU TUB WOMAN" IIAHLMH HoStli FKSTIVAL ALL-8TAK ACTS 8 ALMA RUBENS In "FIND TI1K WOMAN" NATIONAL WINTER GARDEN OPENS TO-MORROW NIGHT eNwa ifinsT rnrni.E ltKvnn tv iin?nmi "STRUT MISS LIZZIE" Cast ot ou. wun uiKAnijH LAYTON 6DttB.8.MOSS' ND DIG WEEK I flfenn HUNTER in "The Cradle Busts.-' POPUUAR. PRICES Comedy.. Sololat. Richard Barthelmess 5TRANU in "SONNY" B"7 & 7 St. Btrsnd Symphony Orch. IFwnkte KuntfirnfJ' I MAT. Worvkh Girls urn nt, DAILY xtt. an av ON LV' JUJItLESQUK THEATRE OPEN, BROOKLYN. s MARK I TRAK CoogaN I, If "TKOtlBLE." ' Noted Sololata. IIUOOKLV.N I FAMEU OUCIIESTRA IWorW Wants VprU WonderJ IWILLIAM FOX presents AMU8EMENT8. Press Critics Agree All Declare the Greatest Picture Ever Made Is No historical photodrama has ever been as smoothly told as "Nero." The staging Is a work ol art. Cypress groves, the smphlthestre, a Roman cam'Pf whatever the scene It Is chosen with an eye for. beauty and historical truth. ... If you want to spend a short two hours' living through the affaln of state and the heart ol an age In which the pas sage of years has only served to augment Inter est, see "Nero" by all means. tetoiAWllllAM FOV ALL SEATS RI3CRVBO I CAPITOL OOLDWYN Tresents Johnny Jone' Comedy. nay at Slat. Capitol Grand Orchestra, a LORW'B State "Beyond the Rocks" with Gloria Rwanson and Rodolph Valentino I'aiii. sreniT'S n'way A 43 St. 11 A.M. to 12 PM. I OKCIIKSTItA, others. J KENTrMM. rupp. W. ISO Bt. Ferry, to New Attractlona. gait water Hurt naming .nlivy, ui'uw. s TARLIGHT LTEEPLECHASE 5csawr NOW OPEN Pryor'sBand Exriuis Season. iVIHAW Free Daaclni. Free Circa t. MHERC TO BOW now lOOETIKtB Hudson River by Daylight DAYLIGHT SAVING TIMK. flFl ri.ll.i l..l,.l U..--- , Oeabroaaea Ht.. Il.lxi A. M.t Writ 4tA Rt.. II ( n. ,ii,t weai ltfin m v.4u a. ai.; xonKera, 50-15 A. M.; landing at tOear Mountain afid TVe3t ('olnt (week daya only), fNewburgh. tl'oughkeepale, Kingston I'olnt. Cataklll, Hudson and Albany. Uliect rail connectlona. Music IteBtatirant. All rati tlcketa New lorn m AiDany and Aluany to New York accepted. On Bnturday 8tr. Albany leaea Deebroaaea Bt., I.su P. M.: Weat d Bt., 1.60 P. M.:' West 120lh 8t.. S.10 P. M.; Tonkers, 2.10 i-. .-., tor fiicar Mountain, twesi I'olnt, tNewburgh and return to aSd St. On Nunday Str. Wathlnclon Irtlng leaves Detbrossea St.. 0.30 A. M.. and Sir. I)e Witt Clinton leaca West 42d St., 10.00 A. M. . West 128th fit., 10.20 A. Li Vonkcra, iu.M) a. M., tor tuesr mountain, Tnoubursli and tPoughkeensle. tlteturn steamer sane day from points marKea j. Ideal One-Day Oallnga. Hudson T Rives D ay Juine Further Information nt Deahrnaaes Street I'lrr, New York. Tel. t annl 0300. IUIBIIaia.BBUn''"lllil IBal'lliaillSWail WmmDiar trips smfltoHIinSfliN WJUA aus m s)wirar,w West I'olnt, Newburch.- l'oushkeensle, Klngaton Sleadnar "Homer ItamtHlfH" eaves FRANKLIN ST 1.00 P N.I.W, 120th St.. 1.30 P. M. Iteatauratlt, Lunch Hoom, Mualc. Bteamer "Poughkeep sir" leavca FRANKLIN ST., 2.30 P. M. ; W. 120th St., 3.1S 1'. M. Connects with Steamer "BenJ. JJ. Odrll", for return trip lo New York earn day. HUNDAY Steamer "Newburgh" leaves Frnnklln St.. 1.00 P. 11.; W. 129th St., 1.30 P, M for Newburgh and return. CKNTKAL HUDSON LINE. TO. BOSTONS METROPOLITAN LINE Via Can Cod Canal nonnartln at Hoalon fop Portlana. tltockland. Dangof, St; John. N. BT Yarmouth, N. B, steamer leavea Pier 18N N. It. (ft. Murray StTy New York, dally Inolud. ng omiuflji. " u. luayugni iMlrtg Time). Tel. Darclay &0M. fXSlWN STEAHSSIP LINES BOAT L,ve. ilatlery 0.30, 10.30 A. M. 30 P.M. Bats., 0.30, 10.30 A.M. 1, 2, 5.30, 8 i 1. 2. B.30, 8, 3.30, 8 P. M. Sundays 0.30, 10.30 A. II. n .nt h n an t. al. SPECIAL MOONLIGHT, SAIL to Keansburf ana iieiurn Tfl mnilT lien IIIUC I f. A Leaving Uat IU-ni0ni, ALOU Jiins. a wrteryatSP.M Music Dancing, iierrsanmenis. CI-Tl"lAL HUDSON' LINU Newburgh, l'oughkeepsle, Kingston and t'attklll Mta. Lv. franKiin si., 4 p. u. uu. i a,, tn l. M. : Hunrfav Q A. M. n. im"?. M. All steamers leave West 120th at, half hour later and connect aama day for return to New xora. m t-uugimeepaie only. MIDLAND BEACH BOAT SATURDAY nnd SUNDAY, June 3 A 4. Lva. Ilatlery 1'ler 0.45 A. M. ; 1.30 8.15 4 8 P. M. SIGhl SEtlNG YAChi "TOURIST," Around New Tork. Lecturer, te. Usttery Dally 1U.S0. .ao. T el.Oroad ixt. laSMUUfUW I AVMEWtg TO QO AiMCS Sunday' VW VaaC.sflfnWt , alotle. rUtlAilrant- bus Newburgh S C, 'M. hafurnlng K'twhuiVh. 4 I. M.I tThitn. HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY aaiaaiewm b. oonano, rueeirer. mem boats to albaky aitd LOW FARE EXCURSION EVERY SUNDAY JUNE 4711. ISLAND 25 Nevr York to Weat Shors R. R. . Bear Mountain. ...$1.2S rrtskaaa awd going aad retarslag a regular tulasn New York Central R. R. (Patau DlrWJaa) 1 JO ta 1 .78 Rottsd trin Nsir york tf . Potnana DItU SUUoria i, " Yorlctown Hbiahta to.Tlllr Fyatr InclualTO - rtleketa goad gwlag aad rttaralaf ranlat tralaa) ' New .York Central K. K. (HarUss Dl; likx) LokMbopc1.50 Millerton....?2.80 Brewster..... 1.B0 Pawling 1.95 Amenta 2.55 Sharon Stat'n 2.65 t-opaite i'ftiis j.io Hillsdale .... 3.30 Crnryville . . . 3.40 Chatham... 3.65 een a oldens Bridge and Chatham. ' Tlcketa Qood Ooin't: Trains 809-43-39 Ktturrung! to-s-juoi Consu(aerir for particulars El E A P J MountainlV Weekdajs, STEAMER Lts. Battery Pier 9 A. M., West 132d St. 9.30 A, M. CIIUI1AY 8t" B,r- "CLBRMONT.1. and OUnUAl Btr. "GRAND RL'rtMJMC" Lv. Battery 9 A.M.; V. 1.12d at. B.S0)V.M. Sunday Afternoon Trip Steel Btr. Onteora" Lvs. Pier A. North River, 1.30 P. M.; W. 132d St., 3 P.M. Rnnnrl Trin!.T,kdJr"0c' rhlldrenOc. nouna 1 np 8ansllol..$LChlldreB.Bc,j: i7efresnmenta Unfile. DaHMnA. ' 1 Palisades Interstate Park Commission a-uones uowune Urecn 75W 17673. STEAMER n .1 special I rips 41 AND RETCR , Sat. & Sun., Jube3 &4 LISA VINO Ratter Liindlnc. 1 Atlantis tllrblands. 1.33 AM., 1.30. 8 I'M. I It AM., B. B.tBJ'H. (Daylight Saving Time). Large Ballroom Deck. DancUac rree. FARC Each cn Telephones rAnt Way. USt Broad 7880 C034 Rejular Trips begin Tuesday, June 6 Sunday Excursion Delightful trip of 150 miles through the'jEsitiver and on Long hland Sound. Good Music Refreshments. Sir. Richard Peck to New Haven Lv. Plsr 40. N. II.. Houston Ht. g.itn A. M. Return due New York. Pier 40, U.OO P. M. Ample tlmo (or sightseeing In New Haven, the "City of Elms." Round Trip Tlrkets. II. 00. On aala Sunday only at the pier. SUNDAY T'K HUDSON To Illghlaild Falls, Newburgh, Beacon, rI'oughkeepsle and Reinrn, Str. "BENJ. B. ODELL" leaves FItANKT.IV ST.. S A. M.l V. lMth' St., BM A, M. Daylight Saving Time. music. naaraurant. Lunchroom, CENTRAL HUDSON LINE -or res poo a tionsbetw MANDALAY ft i a a siim r A iinii 1IU niOULANDS country, but virtually every import ant line of trade. ' , The opening paragraph of its summary t of these interviews is significant: "The unemployment situation, not long ago regarded as a menace which would last for months and possibly for years, has al ready passed the critical stage Each week the number of men out of work throughout the country is diminishing, and nearly every section reports that trom 60 to 100 per cent of its workers have found employ ment." The very day THE EVENING WORLD reported its findings in this industrial sur vey, there was issued from Washington by the President's Conference on Uneniploy ment a bulletin stating that there has been a de crease of ,43 in those applying lor work since January 1st. April showed marked gains. For every 100 jobs listed" during that month, there were 150 appli cants. This compares with 226 applicants for every 100 jobs open in January. Merchants everywhere are beginning to feel the impetus bt better business. The alert, aggressive ones are taking full Advantage of it by advertising harder than ever. MORNING -332,892 SUNDAY 609,290 .afcA.CsatoMnsU.lill IHI HOW TO OCT THERE leavea nw trot CX)NEY ISLAND Special Ncasdule for FRIDAY, JUNE , Lv.W.UU ht. I 1'ler 1, N.lt Coney Island. 11.15 6.4 0.40 4.00 B.UO e.iu 10.23 11 .:s 12.'.'3 4.43 10.40 11.40 12.40 S.43 7.00 8.S0 U.30 1.13 3.4? 7.30 UO 8.30 S.43 10J a.oo rjit. 3.45 P.M. 4.43 PJt. Telephone .Whitehall 1!7, SUMMER RESIDENCES. SEASHORE-BUNGALOWS yOOSEASOHljP K'm. nniirtvn Li .and 4-rootu apartments, furnished far nousweeping, ny weex, montn or season! a rndtTlN. SIO. S1'.!W. SIR Woektv 1 tilrw.b I batliliK. boating, fishing, 3 minutes R.R, 11. a. uuLtiitutiL'. uoz jo, mgnianas. w. J. FOR SALE. MKtmn Watch & DiamsfklCb. TWO CP5TAITE8 STORES. Maiden Lsna sn.1 Rffk i I Entrance on 4Jd tit. Over Srhnlte'a, i . 1 Flight Pp. Tel. VanderbllFSm. J Fourth Floor. Take Elevator. Tel. Cart. 3$07. fl?DOWNl U.mi . .. . 1 V uliirrinnrlt in i w-an , - vutiicuisucsj, ISO emniOVPr rsfsrs-.nji l as.. ... BOrtment . POOi-isl ctlsi ra rttaA . tt.ai confidential, no red tape. ' Call or wrutia upn unru it. fCAMERtCAJi DIAMOND WATCHCft PROPOSALS. - ilNVJTATIPN'irO, CONTHAOTOrt3 Constnictlori bt Direction 'Signs at Stations 'of IlaplJ Transit Hall roads. Sealed blda or proposals for the construe tlon of direction signs at stations of certain municipal raDld transit railroads wilt be re celved by the Transit Commission of the is I XII IS Y state or New York (hereinafter called the "Commission") on behalf of The City ot New, York, at the office of the Commission at No. 49 Lafayette Street, Borough ot Man hattan, New York City, until the 8th day . of June, 19S2, at eleven-tarVjUl.SO) o'clock a. m., at which tlmo and plan, or at a later tlats. Jo-be .fixed txy the ,Comnitaalon . the propoaala will be publicly opened. -The stations for which direction algna are to be provided are along tho routes of cer tain municipal rapid trt islt railroads In the Boroughs ot Manhattan, The Bronl, Brooklyn and Queens. Tin direction signs. In general, will con sist of steel sign frames and enameled sign plates with Inscriptions. The Contractor must complete the work within six' (0) months from the delivery of the contiact. A fuller description of the work and other requirements, provisions and specifications are given In the Information for Contrac tors and In the 'forms of contract, bond and Contractor's Proposal, and tn the contract drawings, which are to be deemed a part of this Invitation and copies of which msy be Inspected and purchased at said office ot the Commission. The. receipt ot bids will be subject to the requirements specified In said Information for Contractors. New York. May 53, 1012. TRANSIT COMMISSION, by OEOrtOB McANENY. Chairman. JAMES B. WALKER. Secretary. Complete Stock Exchange and Cnrb Quotations Appear Daily In Wall JStrr-ot Final Edition f Tho Evening World. N LINE WITH Its inherent belief in American indus try, arid its policy of strengthening that belief in others with the stoutest sort of optimism, THE EVENING WORLD has just interviewed fifty well - informed business men representing not only every section of the EVENING 300,70 an I I, to U AO UWf. Uwl aaa waaa u . s 1 ,u.vcvii..'favaiiiU;irf-''. ,.. . (I.