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NOT THE RESULT OF TOO MUCH HOME BREW, but one of tho players of "The Tatlers" com? pany, which have re? cently scored a hit at the European society summer resort, Aix les-Bains, posing in his weird Ret-up of a prehistoric man. Central News. o ?^^^si^?^ >?maiii?^ *T. "OH, SAY CAN YOU SEE"- or, rather, have you seen the new Liberty flagpole from which Old Glory floats "o'er the land of the free" and the office of Mayor Hylan in City Hall. Next time you're down town pay it a visit?it's an inspiring sight these humid days. Pat? Thompson. nu ??learn! '?rmtj " tJii lily-h amaran iTr.irii.rrant? i-! rH ll ,V,i.??|ll?.?'?* Il S lui l-?-irttuuifJ. illiiiAr n?cr?fWmJB?iniPrJi'',M'?*'*?' '""Lr"m?C'Tr?|muvi?^ '. .'-'f*! .??^f^M .*M^' ' .-'*? '.Ha*/.. <*<* II II if! t.rTTl un III Ml K?sa AN ARSENAL OF WALLOPING WIL? LOWS. Enouerh po? tential baseball bats are stored in this corner of Spauldinp's Chicago factory yard to keep all the juve? nile Babe Ruths and Georee Kellys in the ^country supplied with this essential home run device for the rest of their lives. Underwood. STRIPPED FOR AC? TION! Some chest development for a 21 months-o 1 d young? ster! Pugilistically in? clined ' Larry Vozzi, Atlantic City's cham? pion z e p h yrweifrht, peels down his bath? ing suit top to show our nhotographer the physical progress he's made toward getting in shape to take on the winner of last Saturday's Jersey City battle. Underwood. i are exceptional equipment for | ?M the amateur, at no higher cost. | I The Vest Pocket has focal plane 1 | shutter and f 4.5 speed lens. 1 S Come in and see them. ;''|K 3 The Herbert fl? Hueseen Pro- BH mm rj 1 ? j ? lui i cess or developing and print- KB I ingdoes an E-rnemann justice. 1 9 HERBERTS HUESCENCoB B Fifth Avenue cn? Grand Central Mm Wmbk The Proof is the Print, ^g L?QGETt & Myers T?racco Go. ?J^ CIGARETTES TWENTY for r ?mataste ihe diff?rence! This Beautiful White Enamel Kitchen Table With Top of GENUINE PORCELAIN (Flierl on ?.t?"?-!) HeSf uliir I.Ut Prier *'JS 00 Will Be Presented to You FREE i ? With Your Purchase of a Bohn Refrigerator At Our SPECIAL SUMMER SALE Beginning Monday, July 11 Our growing business crowded u? out of 53 West 42nd Street, New York, where we had been for many years, and we have opened magnificent new sales? rooms at 3 East 46th Street (the New Straus Building), just a few steps east of Fifth Avenue. To acquaint the people of this city with our new location and to show them the manifest superiority of Bohn Refrigeratprs we are making ?he above wonderful offer for a short liraf. The cost of the Kitchen Table is not added to the price of the Refrigerator, but is charged off to advertising account. This special offer applies to every Refrigerator in our stock marked $50 or more, including our magnificent white porcelain exteriors. Just look at these prices, unquestionably lower than we will be able to offer for a long time to come: $64 .59 Regular Lilt Price $109.85 OUR No. 42 BOHN "SYPHON1 Our No. 12y2 Bohn "Sanitor" Bile: 48*, In. high?2!!', in. wide?18 in. <j?ep. le? Capacity 75 lb?. 31 Doors?Front Drain. Our No. I? Bohn "Sanitor" Sue 48>? In. high?35'/i In. wldo?20 in. deep. Ice Capacity 100 lbs. 3 . Doors?Front Drain. N'ns! ?w? ami 13 have Stiperl) Hardwood ("a? InK*, Htandnrd "Flax Itnum" Instillations and Lining* i?t Genu'.tie Kunrd*8iei>l Porcu'laln, onc|ii<'<e, with rounded comers. _ Our No .42 Bohn "Syphon" (See Illustration.) 3i/e: 47 In. high?36 In. wide ?21 In. deep. Ice Cap? acity 100 lbs. 3 Doom Front Drain. Our No. 43 Bohn "Syphon" Size: 50 In. high?39 In. wide?21 '/a In. deep. Ice Capacity 125 lbs. 3 Doors?Front Orain. Vos. IS and 13 have tile Bohn "Syphon" H>h tein of Vftitllatloti, man nlflwnt Solid Oak Cfts inK?. In?ulatlonn of our standard "Maximum." and I/lnlng? of genuine Fused-Steel Poroelan. one-ptero, with rounded corner?, Massive construc? tion, ?uperb finish. This la an ahBolute sale?no credit?, no rpturna, no deposits, no C. Bring your dimensions with yuu. It you cannot call, write or telepho HJustrati-d catalog and special price list. We will hold your R?frig?r?t later delivery if desired. BOHN REFRIGERATOR SHOP 3 EAST 46TH STREET?At Fifth Ave.?NEW YORK Discounts Range Up to 41% D for (The New StrailH Bulidlnjr) Telephone?Vanderhllt 1927 ?de-**- ? HARDMAN, PECK 6 CO. announces its Standard Player CONVENIENT TERMS IF DESIRED Built entirely in our own factories HARDMAN. PECK & CO. rouNCCD ia?s 433 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK 47-Si FIATBUSH AVE.. BROOKLYN BEFORE AFTER Have Bennett Reset Your Diamonds in handsome, iatt st-style mountings of Platinum or Bennett's l?K. Un tarnishable White Cold, which looks and wears like platinum. In settings. as illustrated?1 to 15 stones?com? plete. $18 to $25. Others. $5 to $250. Beautiful Platinum Settings, $25 up. You get style and savings worth while at B'Uincit s. Expert advice. Ask for Mr. Bennett. /ft amn/iff* 175 Broadway fl'W'W?U SECOND FLOOR VU "W <* a? Cortlandt St. DOWN GOING DOWN! Down Pillows Down $1 A.50 Per to *" Pair Linen Ticks Geo. M. Miller tiiil ?111(1 Iti'ililim; S|tf('itllUt Kver.tthin? for tin- lietlroom 7 West 45th St., N. Y. Phone Bryant 914 DARDEE SH0PPF W NICHOLAS kj?J OBLANDO I 31 West *7,KStreet,NVwYc<rk W& L'INCOMPARABLE Manuel's r_t?^ Invisible v<tfNV * ^h -Oifv^ transformation ?AV IS an exact rePr? <P duction of the natural and can be dressed it; any style. It miwt be seen to be appreciated. Booklet 9fi request. $' ?ppreciateo. Booklet oarequ< Specialist in TransfarmsUam ?t. NY. 'DRESDEN ?HIXA (~*^fufures, Groupes ^ rf* Din ner and Tea I Services-also * / other Imported K^S Art Objects and fine China ~~ at the DRESDEN CHIXA SHOP g Tust 4.jth Street C\e* )<>>A.