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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MAY 2, 1920.
2Z jJr 8 WAYUGHT SAVING Citizens Will Have Medley of Time Schedules. Toronto, May l. IlEcrtnnlustat 2 A. v to-morrow, when many Dominion elites set their wntclics alien d an hour, he avrrago Canadian cltlrcn will find, t,tmel( In maio ot daylight savin-, railroad ami standard tjmys, which will nuko liini feel Hko the ol gentleman ulio, when his clock "struck three und pointed to four, knew It was halt-past Tlio fltle ot Montreal and Quct)c, rd vlrtuully all municipalities In Que bec province, will adopt daylight Ravine to conform to time ot New York Stnte. The maritime provlnceH as a whole will (dlifro to standard time, as will Ontario, tcivl the cities of Ottawn, Toronto, j'ltrhmcr. farnla und Niagara Falls. Train Khedul In Kaatern, Canada are a niaio of double clock puzzles bf cnuse ot local time chniisf.i, Member? ot I'arllai.nent ot Ottawa and member of Ontario- farmer labor lejlslatura here, although admittedly opposed to daylight mvIiir; have "found that they will be comwlled to work by it. Western Canada, except where Went meets Kast In commercial dcaltnga, will rot i"1 much Inconvenience as tho preater part of the ' Western provinces will not set their clocks ahead. UVALRADlo'mLL REPORTED TO HOUSE Measure Opens Wireless Sys tem to Commercial Messages. . Washington, May 1. The nayy'a. radio system, wherever located, would be open to transmission of commercial business messages. Including press des patches, for two years under a resolu tion ordered favorably reported to-day by the House Merchant Marine Com nilttee as a substltuto for tho Senate measure. Tlila ufe might be ended sooner on the certification by the See. ntary of Commerce that available pri vate stations wero capable of handling the business. Hates for commercial messages, ex-' evt pres.", would be llxed by tho Secre tary ot the Navy ut not less than those ruarged by privately owned stations and subject to revision by tho Interstate Co!n,,:f,co Commlsilon on complaint. Any press association of the Un'teci States or any newspaper published In the United Stales or lt territories or pub lhiri In tut n'Rii roniitrlcM .by Anwlcan tsltlxeiui wou'il be etlt(Kt to' the uso of thn navy'H wlnlesa under the provlsloim or the House ineujtiM. l'arthi-auhr I'elt .Venr St, LuttU. , fit, Louia May 1. Tho soinmojruphlo observatory ut St, Louis University re ported that earthquake shocks were re corded shortly otter 9 o'clock thlstnorn ing. The tremors occurred nbout 200 miles southwest of here, It was indi cated, and .continued from 9:01 untl1 9:17, It was said. An especially severe tremor, lasting thirty seconds, was re corded at 9:16, ""-Ifff -""""Ti JtankUn Simon & Co. FIFTH AVENUE Will Close Out Monday Women's Tricotine SUITS , 45.00 Regular Prices $75.00 to $98.56 See Advertisement onpafce Fifteen y?;v - w mr r . .. ,..,. JrankUn Simon & Go. Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets Women 's SUMMER PETTICOATS BY TAKING FIRST PLACE IN FASHION FOR ITSELF, THE FROCK OF GLORIFIED COTTON ASSURES THE VOGUE Ot THE SHADOW PRO.OF PETTICOAT HERE are three points in' the value of a Sum- 15122333 mer uetticoat suita bility, serviceability and style. As to suitability, the Franklin Simon & Co. collec tion ranges from petticoats for cotton sports skirts to petticoats for 'frocks of or gandie or net In service ability they are the quality that, not only looks, well but launders well. As to style that is only indicated by the list belowj and must be seen to be appreciated. LINGERIE ' 1.95 24.50 ENGLISH SATEEN 4.95 to, 6.95 HABUTAI SILK 4.95 to 9.75 WASHABLE SATIN 6.95 to 18.50 CREPE -DE CHINE 9.75. to 19.75 WOMEN'S PETTICOAT SHOP Balcony Floor J ,, ?,' '' 3 , J,, . ?W 'U FRANKLIN SIMON & CO Women s Lingerie Shop Announces Cotton Underthings-the vogue In Quality With Which No "Sale Lingerie'' Can Compare At Prices With Which No Similar Quality Can Compete The Vogue of Cotton in Underthings Calls Attention to the Scope of the Franklin Simon & Co Collection. Here Style in Lingerie is Versatile But Good Taste is Uniform-Fabrics Vary but Quality is Invariable-Colors and Trimmings Change, But Value is Constant. And . : at Any Time and All Times Stocks Are Complete in Assortment' and Replete With the New Parfait Lingerie Exemp lifies GOOD TASTE From the simplicity of the styles to the high character of the work manship, , Parfait lin .gerie helps to glorify cotton. Finely woven batiste of nainsook is combined with tasteful Val laces and plain or tucked nets. Pajamas Chemises Bloomers Nightgowns, Step-in Drawers Envelope Chemises 1.95 to 9.75 Hand Made French Lingerie NEW MODELS ' To the exquisite needlework of the French, Franklin Simon & Co. add the charm of new models. Included are individ ual garments ranging from the demurely simple to the elaborate creations. Bodices 2.95 to 38.00 Drawers 2.95 to 39.50 NIGHTGOWNS 6.95 to 59.50 Chemises 2.95 to 49.50 Philippine Underthings . "EXCLUSIVE" Hand made and in em broidered models to be had only in the Lin gerie Shop. The qual ity of this lingerie Franklin Simon & Co. vouch for, as it was done in the Philippines under their special direction. Drawers 2.45to4.95 Petticoats 3.95 to 12.75 Nightgowns 2.95 to 19.75 Chemises 2.95 to 14.50 Colored Voile Is New, Cool and PRACTICAL Voile takes such fresh ly cool colors and added to them are models quite as dainty. Pointed ed&es bound with con trasting color give a tailored touch in keep: ing with the washable material: flesh, white, orchid or .light blue. Bloomers Nightgowns Vest Chemises Step-in Drawers . Envelope Chemises Step-in Combinations 1.95 to 8.75 v ' With a Diversity of Designs and a Multiplicity of Models, the , 1 Lingerie Shop Achieves Exclusiveness of Style and Inclusiveness of Assortment r n" -.V 1 t$ v.. WOMEN'S LINGERIE SHOP-Balcony Floor JrankUn Simon a Co. A Store of Individual Shops Tifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets rum .ii' 1111 at-lLl,gi-.-f-11 -f u' f&iywrrrt