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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JUKI 2, 1922.
24 m ml i: m m ; H majr if i AMERICAN WIDOW WILL WED MARQUIS Mrs. James McDonald Con firms Betrothal to Charles Gordon of Scotland. WASHINGTON, Juno 2. The en racemcnt of Mrs. Charlotto Jtuio Isabella McDonald, -widow of James McDonald ot Cincinnati, to Charles Gordon, Mnrquta of Huntley, Premier Marquis of Scotland nnd former rector of Aberdeen University, wan confirmed to-day by Mr. McDonaJr. Mrs. McDonald la well known In Newport and 'Washlnirlon society. Mrs. McDonald will sail from New Tork June 10 foe Parts, where alio will meet her son, Arthur Hradloy Campbell, acaetary to William Mill ner Collier, American Ambassador to Chill. Tlio wcddlnr Is expected to talto placo In London lnte this sum mer. It was while living; In London some years apo that Mrs. McDonald became acquainted with the Marquis of Hunt ly. Ho was recently In Washington . as the guest ot Major den. H. K. lieUicll, Military Attache of tho Brit ish Embassy, and It was while nt ' lending a dinner party that he nnd Mrs. McDonald met niraln. Mrs. Mc ( Donald's first husband was the late Arthur Campbell. S'ho nfterwards ( married James McDonntd of tho Stan dard Oil Company, from whom she Inherited a fortune of nbout $1,400, ;000. The Marquis of Huntly. who sits in ' the House of Lords ns Daron Mel-, drum, wns born nt Orton-Longucvlllc, Peterborough, England, March S, 1847, and Is therefore seventy-five years old. Ho Is the eldest son of the tenth Marquis of Huntly, whoso second wlfo was the oldest daughter of tho Rev. P. W. Pcgus, and mic ceeded his father as Marquis ot Hunt ly In 1865. In 1869 ho was married to Amy, tho eldest daughter of Sir Wil liam Cunlirfo-Drooks. She died In '1920, so that the Marquis has been a widower about two years. FATHER KIDNAPPED OWN CHILD, IS CHARGE in Held In $1,604) Hull on Cnmptnlut of 111 Divorced Wife. Charged with kidnapping his daugh ter Viola, five, Henry Thless, thirty one, a salesman, of No. 173 Dean Btreet, Brooklyn, was to-day arraigned before Maglatrate Short In the Fifth Avenue Court, Drooklyn, and held In Jl.SOOball for examination Juno 8. The charge was preferred by Miss Sally H. IUngberg, twenty-six, of No. 7J5 60th Street, Brooklyn, who divorced Thless In Wisconsin last April and re sumed her maiden name. The divorce, undefended, was granted on tho ground of non-support. i . Miss IUngberg said ths child was taken from her homo Wednesday by the father, who refused to tell where the child It. OREGON FOREST FIRES DO $6,000,000 DAMAGE U,O0( Homeless, Several Jovra He dncril to Ashes. PORTLAND, Ore., June S. Losses from forest and brush fires which swept the Pacific Northwest during the last three days probably will reach 16,000,- 000, according to cor.netTa.ttve estimates made by Government officials here. Several towns In the firs swept ro glon have been reduced to ashes. Near ly 2,000 persons are homeless. Logging operation havs been strtbusly affected. PASSAGES TO IRELAND FOUND TO BE ALLa RIGHT Ticket 14 8ecta Ship Good 'an Any Ue Officials of th United Irish Lines, Inc. a steamWhtp company engaged In shipping to Ireland arid to Uie Irish American Industrial Development As sociation satlsfactorlly'txplalned to As-' lit ant District Atorney Mlohael Ford to-day certain transactions about which complaints had ben made. Mr. Ford found that nobody has .been victimised by the concerns In question. The gist of the complaint WS'J that the two corporations, which occupy the same offices at N'o. 1) Nassau Street, sold steamship tickets to Ireland al leged to he good On a specified ship which did not exist. Mr. Ford said that the officials, Patrick J. Holohan, President, Hugh a Holohan and Miss Kllznheth June ehoweft to his satis faction that the tickets were good on any ship touching at Queenatown, "There Is nothing In Mils matter," said Mr. Ford, which the District Attorney could act." 61S 9IHAVE a ULOCK8 rilO.M TIMES ROUARK SUBWAY and NI (ft. FERRY i iil.in:h ihi t ht. AMI BTII AVB. "W station SALE WITHOUT PRECEDENT! FIaTURE values never equalled I FOR 3 onia SATURDAY MONDAV TUESDAY Orders Takm for Blnste Fliturti as ttrll as Sets $6.08 2.98 1.25 .80 .95 1.75 1.25 4.98 KIMII.K ritlCKH jib $M H am br nrnr snmi m as 111 "UUI nu"m I v1i- SET .OPEN KVr.StSns MAIL OBDEIIS FILLED. BROOKLYN IT WILL PAY YOU TO TORE YOUR FURS TR I ANGLE 4700 if l It I II 1 OPPENHElM.gLLINS&g ,' FULTON STREET BROOKLYN To-morrow Exceptional Values in Misses' Summer Frocks Aho Suitable for Smell Women Exquisite Frocks of Printed Voile; some are trimmed with ribbons; others have dainty collars and cuffs of Organdie. Fetching models of drawn Cot ton Voile with inserts of real Filet Lace. Shown in the sea son's most popular shades. Dresses of Dotted Swiss, Linen, Ratine and Jersey; some have hand-embroidered collars and cuffs; some Irish lace trimmed. 9.75 11.75 15.00 11.75 Misses' Fashionable Silk Dresses Of Printed Crepe de Chine An Exceptional Value at ' 13.75 Dainty Frocks of Printed Crepe de Chine in an extensive va riety of models. Some are charmingly trimmed with Taffeta. Capes of Canton Crepe For Misses and Small Women An Exceptional Value' at 28.00 Full length Canton Crepe Capes, fringe trimmed. Also a wide selection of Coats, Wraps and Capes for dress and sports wear. NO MORE DEFICITS ON LONG ISLAND RR. Operating Income of f .1.10,000 lie. ported for April. The Long Island Railroad reports net operating income of $380,000 for April, compared with a deficit of $102,000 In April, Mil. and tor four months, a balance of $710,000 agalnat a deficit ot 67&000 In tha corre. ponding period last year. The Erls Railroad report net op erating Income in April of (511,000, compared with $4(1,000 In April a year ag-o and in April, 120. GroM Of .7,S!,000 compares with $,47,o0b last year. Four months' net operating- Income waa $1,202,000. For tho corresponding period last year a deficit Of 1.11,000 wet report fed. and two years ago the deficit was $MJ,000. BROOKLYN: eJmarica Sbrcmcrtt Speota&ifo 0ppenheim.6luns & FULTON STREET-BROOKLYN Announce for Tomorrow A Shoe Sale Entire Stock Without Reserve Finest Quality v Pumps and Oxfords For Women and Misses At Greatly Reduced Prices Shoes to 8.00 5.00 Shoes to 10.00 6.75 Shoes to 12.00 8.50 Shoes to 14.00 10.00 Many of these shoes are copies of custom made Paris creations in finest quality leather, exclusive with the house of Oppenheim, Collins & Co. Shoes Also on Sale in Our New York Store Brooklyn's Biggest Credit House 219, 221, 223, 225, 227 Grand Street Cornrr Drifts Are. 164, 166, 168 ae! 170 Smith Street Corner Wreksff fit. $15 Down Delivers $200 Furniture 100-Piece Dinner Sets FREE with any purchasa of Furniture amounting to $98 or ovOr for cath or on new accounts, if you bring this advertisement with you. Clothing lor All On Term, of tl.SO Wethlv on a At Our Grand (30 Purchase aireet store Women's Soils 21.59 Up Spriag Dresses ' 12.58 Up Men's and 19.50 Young Men's Suits Up Boys' 2-Pants Suits, 6.08 up Girls' CoaU, Dresses, 6.96 up All Alteration Frei f S "i . . .. Sm ur lMt stock To choose any of the throe retrieereiors u ,f Bbr Carri lustrated hero means to nave ms best that refrigeration experts can devise. Our prices ran go from $65 down to 4 A OQ WISSNER Piftno Service Covers Everything That Pertains to Pianos. Make your home aplace of genuine enjoynent fJr all the family and a center of pleasure and culture to the younger generation. Bring to your fireside the world's finest music Install one of these Beautiful, New, Emphatically High Grade PLAYER PIANOS $ 395 Including Bench, Rolls of Music of your own selection, and Delivery to your Home. Rent a Piano on a month-to-month basis with privilege of purchase and application within one year of all paid up rentals on purchase price. 55 F1ATBUS11 AVJL. BROOKLYN OPEN SATURDAY AND MONDAY EVENINGS i BROOKLYN- Now Is the Time for Permanent Waving cJtncrtcaJ- Vorc merit SpcctciiAti Oppenheim.llins & FULTON STREET-BROOKLYN Beginning Tomorrow A Clearance Sale of HAIR GOODS With Drastic Reductions of 'LWq Off Regular Tag Prices This is not a mark-down event of left-overs and odd lots, but our ENTIRE REGULAR STOCK, including every article in the Hair Goods Shop without RESTRICTION OR RESERVE! Nothing has been changed but the price the workmanship, the quality, the-lovely waves and perfect coloring are all there and remember v you deduct 25 from tho original prico. Cofcia In and see enttf Magnificent display of SO. 4 9 toi t!,r iulitr Library Suits and Tables. tPf BSBSBSBSBSiBSBSBSBKBHLesTrY If you want a baroain. rarior suit in velnur or that formerly (old for $130. SPECIALLY PRICFn AT. Other Suits In Handsome Coverings up to $475 PRIMA DONNAS J see our urerstutiea cn c in 1 nn Smith tapestry. NOW 75 the beautiful 4-pleea Period Bedroom Suits we are selllngr dur bc this sale. Prices ranee from Su Storo 9425 down ' $125 i t.ak, Oil aaa Cssl Aleves la crsst variety. Osod OS Stovn fr Our tt-piece Suits China Closet r a a I Buffet, Extension Table, Arm Chair 1 AtA I ind S Side CKaira in genuine A T1 el A taf I'eathei- sell from $450 down to .49 Hi RUGS, 12.45 Good Vhfftt Rugs 17.75 Axminater Rurs 22.75 Beauty-Hair Shop 4th Floor. 1 ew ; -;,:rr- . 1 r.TU Before that little skin eruption becomes serious apply Even In severe cases of ecieraa, or other like skin troubles, Reslnol Ointment, aidd by Resinol Soap usually brings quick relief and in a reasonable time, clears away the trouble completely. How much more, then, can this simple Inexpen sive treatment be relied upon to dis pel skin troubles in their earliest stages. It is a standard skin treat ment, prescribed for years, Don't wait try it today. ScUhUJnttuti. 1" ' P