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flX FOOD PRICES
BY STATE BOARD (onimissioncr Hartman Believes Plan Would Curb Avarice. ?WANTS GOVERNOR TO PICK COMMISSION Prevent??mi Rather than Cure 1> \ini to Check Unscrupu? lous Dealers. ?. - n, to 1 . | oil power . thi .. ? id Kt mel erinc tbo 4 ool ?>f ?. iep r o' Weiuhis und Xa? would no' . . . evil rs la : night, "but their undue rf i if they to . ? ?. dy to ..ft-, d be l ?in; .. ?er. ? ? '? bul ?he?. ?ohib mon : ? . ... in n ? ' frei a here ? . ? ?. hich (rood. ..- nc to ? ?en it' the .1 iiad the .. - n ? ? ::i its - i.;i-od . iii.l ' i .... ? . ad ig ". h ' 1er venu i ti minai the ? ? ' ? pui i ? : re? which I'll' pOpU itry ?nil to ??ie labor ? r the ears, ? ? ? ? B th?> assume ?? e .'t' the ? . ? ? istri ,. ,. ;.,. - the d en ? into op will . ? Ij further i. i m;i?lo ddlei i the pr?i .. pra . ? . . ? ? ? irned to a neces 'EWS OBSERVE PEACE DAY Appeal for War Sufferers Read in Synagogues. ? i ? d ? ? ? th....< une oi m Pale - ? ? want, mainly driven from their v ual breaking ?dental to I > nd Portuguese Syna ?r. Il Pi n ira Mendes. n foi u ? m ? . ,i to ;. large plea i??. ? USE FOR PARK DEADWOOD School Fuel and Lumber Re? sult ol Weier'a Plan. ool .i. the rtits lires dling wood cut bv ?...m the ? ? ? ne time Qui .11 ? it) ?ind n the park. . .urda of id) h? en bid 1 rrom ?50, and they u; , " l ?rest Park ia evei hud. ng ui? the wood ia by th.- Commis mal e' ,?. "" being i ?pped up foi ind will .. ?ranie . pi ndil Plcd with Doctor" s Coat. ? i ? - .? keepei ai ??V imped -n ei the FIRE PLEASES SMALL BOY Accident at Society Circus Adds to Interest of Event. I hero was plenty ..f excitement ?i.liiy '?ftrinonii beside thst faniiehod by th.? saak? charmer, the young 1s?ty ?ho dives forty frei into I tank of and other attractions ?t the ? Circus and Pair at Jam* , oae of lb? tonn ?.-sucht |ro, if ta? circus people ?n.i the Sroatata iis<l ho. Com? ms excited M the crowd, their Blight have bom a tn.gedv. Bat the inarr.fi wer? soon extinguished, with little money damage. No on.- kno?s how th? tito Started, but ?t least one ? mull hoy got his money's worth for1 le was heard remarking to his m?thci? after the show : "I liked th? tire seoa? best of all manna " ' The cm us und fair .-lone.l laut night With ;? shooting conte.; h.-tvvern Annie Oakley and Stephen U. Van Allen af ter running throuKhoi.t the week for the benefit of St. Mary's Hospital. Ja ii aira. Lawrence T. i'.rcsser. chairman ?i the executive committee, saul the Mtenadance had not been up to expecta? Uone, probably owing to th? cool weather, hut ha expecta to have a large ( ??mount to hand over to the hospital. WIDOW IN ITALY | SEEKS HER LEGACY Mrs. F. L. Wallace Would Administer Estate Left as Trust Fund. Mrs 1 ?. nces L Wallace, whose home ? the Hotel Algonquin. ! hut who is now in Italy, through her attorneys, Burknn & Davidson, made ? an urgent application to the Surro- i gatea' Court yesterday for letter? of admin;, traf.?n on the estate of her husband, Allen Wallace, vvho died on ' June 23 at Bagnaia. The est?t? o dr. Wallace consists of j a trust fund ot *730.000 left by hn father. John Wallace, Who whs a "stoek broker. The Farmers' Loan and This* Companj is the trustee of this fund, and in the pel tion it is said that Mr.= . Walla.. ntitlod to one-third of the e-tate. has recently appealed; from Italy for funds to relieve hci tempor?r) financial diatreas. A small amnuni vm.s sent to her by the trus? 11 was the intention of John Wallace that the wife ot hit son -hould not n his estate, and to this end he d which, on the iVallace. was to rever* to ;. brothei and three listers ol John Wallace. Mr . Allen Wallace brought .. sin: m the Supreme < ?>;tt to have the ?.?ill of nei father-in-law declared in? valid. There wa*? s settlement, under the otha ? gatees, with the o? eeption of a niece, agreed that* on the of Allen Wallace, who had hem adjudged mentally incompetent, hi? and his daughter, Annie Marie Wail,i? ? year- old, should rc the trust ?und. Mr . '' aid ?n h? r ?petition t'ot .. administration that she ? he necessity of tiling s h,,';.i equal in amount to the value procedure which would payment of a premium of i "bou! (1,400. She asked that the bondi : and mortgages constituting the tru<? ibjeat to her or , be required to tile a of only $15,. AERO BOMB TOO MUCH FOR MODISTE Paris Designer Seeks New V rk After Explosion Near Her Shop. i-.ion will not be ?i^ pi vu of th.- latesl de igna in French millinery ami gowns because of the Kuropi With import al u lili and practically all the Pari? sian shop closed, some of the leading i a^ <? invaded New York. Mme. Sim ? te, of IT Rue ri' i . recently closed her shop in i : ? ., : ? ,. ? the trip to New York j rst time. She it now with j an, ;.t 36th .-'. and Fifth av., and remain in this country until .i is over. Madame ali?l not like to leave her i Pat . hu? t hen an aeroplane dropped a bomb in the Tine de la | Micho? half a block of her shop, she decided to seek America. ; Meanwhile, she will do some designing fnr New Yorkers, just to keep her min? busy and help t.. relieve the worry over | her two children, whom sh? left in Pau, and her husband, who is * cap? tain in the French army. i Mme. Simone expects to ace a little of the country while here, and inci? i dentally will lecture on her art. Mlle, j :;., ;, Wearany. * Parisian modiste, who . ; with Mine. Georgette, of ?;.. Rue de la Paix, and Mme. Jeanne ? v ith D?ucct, sic aiso in IN WILL URGE OPEN RIVER Mayor and Citizens Seek Blasting of Coentics Reef. Mayor Mitchel ?'ill head a commit, lea of prominent citizens of N? Yoik. who will appear before th i ommittee on Hiver and .Harbor? to-morrow to urge that the 5500,000 for the blasting of Coonties . r ;. t River, be put. bac'-: ,-.. d harbor? bill. One , ot the tunnel that il to ne part of the: . v rapid transit system i- to SO over ef ??nd blasting after the comple? tion of tlii- tunnel would undoubtcj- : ly >lo a great ?h-a! of damage. v\!n> will accompany the Mayor ai Seth Low, president of th? Cham ? oinmerci of the State of New York; II. A. C, Smith, Com mir of Dock? and Ferries and mcuil? r < f the advisory committe? ?>n poit and terminal facilities; Lorenzo Daniels. Lamport & Holt South Ameri? tan Line; S. (!. Scliernierhom. genet.,'. I manage) of the Central and South Ameri? m l''!1 lines ol United 1 run Company; Fred B. Da] /all. representing the New York Mari- I time Exchange; <?. H. Smith, of .he ? New York I?ock Company, Brooalyn; W. T. Halm, of the Houston South i ,,ii Line; Frank < . M un son, of Steamship Line, and three ntatives of the Merchante1 , ?ocii tion. Representatives of the Lamport A Holt Steamahip Company will tell the Congressional committee that it Is a? possible for then vessels to Ret at whan the t i < ? ** la unfavorabl?'. an?! that sometimes there is a delay of twenty hours m -ailing because of th? iction of this reef. Boys Hurt by? Auto. . pi;.-, n g m West o2d t., near ? ???' day afternoon u 111 iam II?.?.?t i. I velve years old, ol ..'?'? Wet :,u'?l st., and Al? ;andci Press, thirtee ,; ?,f ",1- West .vj.i it., 'ran in iront ol S deliver) automobile ?!riv"ii by Robert Brown, of ^T7 Tenth ?, . ?.nd ?'? i re l.noa-ked down. Both boys were badly brui-?e?i ami, , Hooper's right l*| i lured. The;. ? 1 were takui to PelycUnic llvt;?ital. I S? Aliara Se (Un? Announce for to-morrow, Monday, October 5th, THE OPENING OF THEIR NEW TWELVE-STORY ADDITION "/routing- on ?adison Avenue, The Store now covers the entire block bounded by Frith Avenue, Madison Avenue, Thirty-fourth Street and Thirty-fifth Street, and lias a spacious entrance on each o? its lour sides, A cordial invitation Is extended to the public to visit the enlarged Store and inspect the new arrangements. Attention is especially directed to the material enlarge? ment o:f the departments previously existing and to the opening of new ones, An important feature of this auspicious occasion will be the AUTUMN AND WINTER DISPLAY of Women's and Misses' Ready-to-wear Gowns and Tailor-made Suits; Coots and Wraps; Riding Habits; Furs, iionse Gowns and Millinery. Included in this display will be a very large number of imported models? expressing the latest ideas of the leading Paris couturiers. A REHARKABLE SERIES OF SPECIAL SALES offering very unusual price inducements in the following merchandise will signalize the event to-morrow (Tionday) and Tuesday: Rich Dress Velvets Women's Silk Petticoats Women's Lace, Satin and Crepe de ! Hen's and Women's Silk Hosiery Chine Blouses nen>Sj vyomen's and Children's Women's and Misses' Autumn and Gloves Winter Coats imported Hand-made ?Lace Cur Fine Trimming Laces Black and Colored Broadcloths tains? Panels and Bedspreads Reversible Velour Portieres IFifth Aurnw-iHafcison Aunute, Nnu Cork ?htrtij-fmtrtli ??rrrt ?lmly-ftftlt ?trrr? Telephone 7?MW Murray ?il!