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THE SUN AND isuvV YUKK JiratALD, .SUNDAY, lmwoAKY 15, 1920.
FINDS MAN DEAlJ
WITH HEAD CRUSHED
Body in StrcctSappb'scdt to Bo
That of John W. Watt
of The Bronx.
The body of a man whoso rMu linil
fccni crushed, npparently by tho wheel
of un automobile, u found by a watch
man last night In th centre of tho road
way In front ot tho building at 147 West
I'orty-nlntli street. Letters and otlicr
papers found In tho man's pockets In
dicated that ho waa John Wilson Watt
cf 2399 Walton avenue, Tho Bronx.
The detectives who were assigned to
the case said a man of that name was
tho manager of tho Reo Motor Com
pany's offlco at Gerard avenuo and
If Oth street
Xo witnesses to, the accident could
be found.. Tho position of tho body
Indicated It had been dragged from the
centre of the roadway 'out of tho way
of other vehicle. There It waa found
by Edward Cahlll. a watchman em
ployed In the block.
Diners Addpt Resolution of
Confidence in His Ability.
Tumultuous cheers for Lansing, 'S6,
marked the annual dinner of the Am
hwst Alumni held at the Hotel Commo
dore Ian night and attended by 800
adherents of the Purple. Frederick H.
Glllett, '74, Speaker of the House of Rep
resentatives, paid a warm tribute to tho
former Secretary of State which brought
the dlncra to their feet with on outburst
of spontaneous applause. A resolution
of confidence In his ability and patri
otism, offered by former Gov. Charles S.
Whitman, '90. was adopted unanimously
and telegraphed to Mr. Lansing at once:
Mr. Glllett, after making a plea for
(vonomy In both government and pri
vate expenditures, said: "I feel that T
ought not to lt down without a word
about an Amherst alumnus whose namo
is to-day on the Hps of the country I
have known him for many years and
while wo differed politically every man
felt safe In the truit that lay In his
liands. It seems to me hard that when
his chief was disabled he should not
have- been allowed to consult his col
leagues n tho administration of govern
"While I do not wish to say on this
occasion anything or political nlgnltl
.cance.,1 Ihlnk that if In our administra
tion of affairs there had been more will
ingness to consult and ascertain public
opinion, America and tho world would
bo brighter to-day.'1
This also was greeted with en
thuRlaotlo applauso In which party af
filiations seemed to bo lost.
Tho reimlutlon Introduced by Mr.
Whitman read ha follows: "He It re
solved, that we express to the Honorable
Robert Innslng our affection for a loyal
oon of alma mater, an.' absolute con
fidence In hi a transparent Integrity and
patriotism, our pride In his ability and
"THE BIGGER MAN RESIGNED."
Chancellor Hay Expresses This
View of Lansing' Action.
Publlo men approached yesterday were
generally reticent . In commenting on
Secretary Lansing resignation. John
W. Griggs of Paterson, N. J., Attorney-
General in President McKInley's admin
lstratlon, defended Mr. Lansing's right
to call "Infromal Cabinet conferences"
and said this practlco was common
during hlB time In Washington.
Chancellor James R. Day of Syracuse
University said he thought "the bigger
man resigned." Among1 those who de
cllncd to mako any comment wero
former Secretary of War Llndley M,
Garrison. Georgo B. Cortelyou, Post
master-General and Secretary of Com
merce under President Roosevelt, and
Gen. Leonard Wood.
ITALY HAS SOLD 40 WARSHIPS,
Superdrradnoavhta Flanned. Be
fore M'nr 'Will Not Be Built.
Rome, Hob. 14. Rear Admiral Secchl,
Minister uf Marine, told tho corre
spondent of La Triluna that Italy ulnce
the ofmlBte had sold forty warships
and expected to sell ninety-three other
craft when mine sweeping operations
He declared It had been decided to
abandon construction of four super-
dreadnougnts planned before the war
because tlioy were considered vulnerable
In submarine attacks
fftankUnmon & Col
, 37th and 38th Sttect j
cUhe value is evident
cUke quality is veal
cUhe quantity0 is limited
Extra quality silk lisle, or plain lisle,
in black, white, cordovan, Russia
calf, navy blue, or gray, with spliced
heel, sole, and toe.
ACL 6 pairs
MEN'S PURE THREAD
v SILK SOCKS
Exceptional quality pure thread silk
in black, white, cordovan, navy blue,
taupe; spliced heel and toe.
PURE THREAD SILK SOCKS
Hand Embroidered Clox
A rare quality pure thread silk in
black, white, cordovan, or navy
blue; white hand embroidered clox.
We ytrge buying in dozen
and half-dozen lots. The
suggestion is to. the point
and will be profitable.
MEN'S HOSIERY SHOP
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Women's Hosiery Shop Offers
PARFAIT PURE SILK HOSIERY
IN The Perpetual parfait Quality
At A Regular Price Competing With Any Other Reduced Price
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JO measure the regular Parfait Quality by price is impossi
ble. To measure the regular Parfait Price with other
prices, is to compare it, not with the regular price of other
hosiery, but with the sale price of other hosiery. Instead of being
sold at sale prices on certain days, Parfait means hosiery sold at
these prices every day. It means the purchaser need look no
further than the name Parfait to know that it is the most exclusive
in style, the most extensive in variety, the most exemplary in quality.
Parfait is the Franklin Simon & Co. Trademark on Hosiery, and Parfait
Hosiery Can Be Bought Only From Franklin Simon & Co.
The Wear of Parfait Hoisery Is Guaranteed.
PARFAIT SILK HOSE AT 1.75 IS VALUE
IMPOSSIBLE TO EQUAL IN
other than Parfait. This is but one example of the ex
cellent values in all of Parfait hosiery. Of superior
ra.ality black heavy weight pure thread silk, full fash
ioned, with lisle fcarter top.
3 pairs for 5.20 No Tax 1.75 No Tax
PARFAIT HAND EMBROIDERED
CLOX SILK HOSE
in designs not duplicated elsewhere at any price. In
black with self or white novelty or plain clox; also white
with self or black clox, full fashioned, lisle garter top,
3 pairs for 7.40 Tax" .15 2.50 Tax .05
PARFAIT OPENWORK CLOX HOSE
FOR 2.95 ARE, REMARKABLE
in price, in smartness, in quality. Black, of superior
fmre thread silk, with novelty openwork clox, full
ashioned, and made, with lisle garter top.
3 pairs for 8.75 Tar .30 2.95 Tax .10
pf ' pure thread silk, black,
white, or navy blue, with
silk garter top; brown
with lisle garter top. An
2.65 Tax .07
' 3 pairs for 7.80 Tax .21
PARFAIT SILK HOSE WITH SILK
GARTER TOP .
exceptional quality, especially durable. In good weight,
black or white pure thread silk, full fashioned with
spliced heel and toe, and silk garteir top.
3 pairs for 6.65 Tox .09 2.25 Tax .03
PARFAIT OPENWORK INSTEP HOSE
AT A PRICE UNEQUALLED
for' this class of hosiery now, and impossible to
duplicate later. These are black pure thread silk stock
ings, full fashioned, and made with lisle garter tops,
3 pairs for 9.65 Tax .39 . 3.25 Tax ,r?
PARFAIT RICHELIEU RIBBED PURE
THREAD SILK HOSE
are most attractive, and at the price of 1.10 can not be
approached in any other hosiery than Parfait Black
white, navy, blue, brown, taupe, with lisle garter top.
3 pairs for 3.25 No Tax
of pure thread silk black,
white, or shoe shades ; lisle
, garter top, spliced heel and
toe. A value not dupli
3 pairs for 2.75
of silk lisle or plain lisle,
black, white, brown,
bronze, tan, taupe, castor;
full fashioned, garter welt.
An -exceptional value.
6 pairs for 4.35
1.10 No Tax
extra quality, black or
white, full fashioned,
spliced heel and toe; also
cordovan, bronze or taupe
with seamed back.
6 pairs for, 3.25
Jranfe Un Simon & Co.
A Store of Individual Shops Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets
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