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8 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, JUNE 6, 1920. -
G. 0. P. DELEGATION Men's Shop is offering, anniversary special values in smart new clothing, shirts and furnishings. Many money-saving specials In other departments throughout the store besides those listed in the June Sales, OFF TO CONVENTION iBrass Band and Olicers Hark j Dopnrturo to Chicago in 18 Car Train. Fourteenth Strut West of Fifth Avenue i' S New York State's contingent of Kenub llean delegate! Is off for tho Chicago front Cheered by acrowd composed mostly of women, they pulled out of the Orand Central Station at 213 o'clock yesterday afternoon, and they won't come back till tho dark horse, or whatever kind of Btced It Is to be, la hitched In front of the Itepubllcan wagon and oft at a gallop toward Washington ' Yos. ono of tho women delegates was lato, otherwise tho "convention special would have departed at 2 :05. She camo running down tho long platform with 'Just enough bread left to shout, "I'm tor Leonard Wood!" But her baRgagu bore tho lnccrlptlon, "I'm for Johnson. Friends will always play those tricks. Anyway, "whatever this particular woman's proferonce may be, It is under Mood that the choice of tho Now ork Republicans on tho first ballot will bo Dr. Nicholas Murray Hutlcr.' Such was tho belief expressed by Jacob A. Liv ingston, chairman or me wuuii wm mlttee of the County Committee of Kings, end echoed by many others. Another woman delegate, however, Miss Olive Scott Gabriel of Manhattan, made a lost mlnuto bet of good dinner that Gov. Lowdcn would be New Yorks cholco on tho last ballot and would Ulnch tho nomination for tho Presidency. Tho bet was taken by a newspaper re torter. . , , Tho fact that the train contained thirteen cars cast no gloom over tho de parting host. Thero were cheers for Miss Helen Varlck IJoswcll, chairman Dt the New York county women's dele gation, and tho brass band that 13 ac companying the outllt crashed out a. few Btlrrlng strains. George A. Glynn. Republican btato chairman, heads tho expeditionary force, which includes In Its ranks five aspir ants for thd Gubernatorial nomination Francis M. Hugo, Kugeno M. Travis, Elon It. Hooker, Thaddeua C. Sweet and John Lord O'Brlan. Thero were 253 delegatos, newspaper men and unofficial visitors aboard when tho special left this city, and more wero scheduled to Join at points In the west ern part of tho State, where two moro cars were to be added. AH', are ex pected to mako their entrance' Into tho Windy City at 4:05 o'clock this after noon, central time. Pho list of those for whom reserva tions had been mado Included Charles D. Hllles. president of the National Re publican Club, and Miss Hllles; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel S. Kocnlg. County Judge Reuben L. Haskell of Kings, State Sen ators Lusk, Lockwood., Towner and C. F. Murphy, Mrs. Arthur L. Llvermorc, Mrs. Ruth LItt, Miss Hannah Mitchell, Mrs. Olive Stltt Gabriel, Mr. and Mrs. William Boardman, James A. Wendell. Judge and Mrs. Russell Wiggins of Mlddletown, Robert W. Bonynge, Ed ward N. Smith, William I Ransom, Senator and Mrs. Wadsworth. Dr. Con rad E. Wetlaufer, H. S. Slsson, Judge Otto A. Rosalsky, Frederick J. H. Kracke, Charles S. Devoy, Jacob Bren ner and Dr. Gertrude E. Curtis, repre senting the Roosevelt Colored Women s Republican Club. HUGHES GOES UP IN WALL ST. BETTING Odds Against Him Drop From 10 to 1 to S to 1. As tho opening of the Chicago con vention approaches thero have been but few changes in tho betting odds on the candidates. The feature of yesterday's betting, as quoted by one Wall Street commission house, was the lowering of the odds against Charles E, Hughes from 10 to 1 to 5 to 1. While preat interest has been aroused by tho offering of the current odds, but few wagers of any Importance have been made. In former years the backers of the aspirants for high political offices have frequently sent large sums Into the financial district to place on their favor ites. For some unaccountable reason they have failed to do so thus far this year. . One firm which generally handles much of this business declares that tho only tig wager It has placed this year was of $2,000 against $3,200, or 5 to 8, that Johnson will capture tho Republican nomination. Numerous other commis sions have been placed, but they gener Ally ranged from $100 to $500 and rep resented Individual wagers rather than money put up by the henchmen of the several candidates In both enmps. Republican odds are: Johnson, even money ; Wood, 7 to 5 ; Lowden, 8 to 5 ; Hoover, 4 to 1 ; Harding, 8 to 1 ; Butler, 10 to 1 ; Hughes, 5 to 1 ; Knox, 10 to 1 ; Coolldge, 8 to 1 ; Allen, 6 to 1 ; Davis, 7 to 1. Tho Democratic odds are: Edwards, 6 to 5 : MeAdoo, even money ; Cox, 2 to 1 : Clark, 4 to 1 : Wilson, 20 tc 1 : Bryan, 20 to 1 ; Marshall. 10 to 1. . S. 20 to EiAU 1 I ACQUIRE IT. Where Nature Foils We Aid" Every aid known to science and art for Hours 9 to 6 Dally. Infor mation given. 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Women's and Children's Undermu8lins Babies' Wear Corsets Silk and Washable Blouses Petticoats Millinery White Goods SECOND WEEK- Hearn Sales Grow Because of Matchless Value Giving Thousands of Customers daily prove the , drawing powers of this big annual event Abundance of new, fresh assortments placed on sale tomorrow, at our usual reducr tions, to 'mark the beginning of the second week of this Style-Economy event The following offerings for both Monday and Tuesday: June Sale Depts. Misses' & Women's Suits, Dresses, Coats and Skirts Sweaters Men's Clothing and Fur nishings Boys' Clothing & Furnish ings. Girls' Wear Housed resses 26th Annual June Sales Summer Dresses The art of Summer Fashion is most charmingly expressed in these cool, graceful dresses so simply, yet so charmingly styled, so inexpensively priced, yet so matchless in value. Embroidered Voiles 24.75 Our regular $29.75 A mode to accord with the loveliest Summer day is that which is illustrated (right). The embroidered spots are green, rose and blue on white grounds, and a velvet ribbon girdle matches the tone of the embroidery. Sleeves and skirt border are white. Reductions Checked Voile Dress 17.50 Our regular $22.75 Panel pleatings back and front and a ruffle side-tunic give quite an air of individu ality to the dress pictured (left). Collar and deep cuff are of white organdie. The modej comes in green, rose or navy checks on white grounds. Red Ticket Women's and Misses' Dresses These famous Red Ticket reductions, as is well known to our patrons, mean great reductions, and are always an event of incomparable value-giving. These are all hand some dresses, the higher prices for the most part copies of imported models. A few extra size dresses are included in the group. Materials Charmeuse Tricotine Taffeta Tricolette Kittens Ear Crepe . Georgette , our regular $39.75 24.95 our regular $44.75 and $49.75 29.95 our regular $54.75 and $59.75 39.95 our regular $64.75 and $69.75 49.95 our regular $79.50 and $88.50 59.95 our regular $110.00 and $119.00 79.95 All-Wool SEMI-MADE SKIRTS 9.97 to 12.97 These skirts were knife-pleated at our own order; of French serge, in light and dark plaid designs. Sizes are 26 to 30. Colorings are the newest and smartest which the season has produced, and the material is an unusually fine quality. There is very little to be done to the skirts, and by buying one in this partly finished state and completing it yourself, you save an appreciable sum of money, which may be expended for a blouse or sweater to wear with it when finished. Pretty All-Wool Challis in buds, stripes, figures and other dainty designs Yd. 1.48 54-inch Scotch Mixtures 39 and 40 in. Serges and Tricotines all-wool; col ors, navy blue and black ourreg. $2.58 1.94 54-inch All-Wool Velour Plaids and Checks our reg. $5.68 3.95 all-wool our recr. $2.97 to $3.50 1.84 48-inch. All-Wool Plaids and Checks French serge weave light and dark colors our reg. $3.97 3.54 Pre-eminent for Summer Wear! WHITE LINENS 90-inch Ramie Linen our reg. $3.97 2.97 44-Inch Ramie Ljnen ' our reg. J1.44 1.00 35-inch Ramie (part linen and part cotton) our reg. .97 36-lnch Dreii Linen; our reg. $1.24 .66 .87 June Sale Specials FOR Monday & Tuesday June Sale Specials FOR Monday & Tuesday Georgette Blouses 10.25 Our regular $13.97 Fine quality, white or flesh em broidery or filet lace trimmed. French Voile Blouses 3.77 Our regular $4.97 to $5.24 Tucked, embroidered or lace trim ming, also smocks of crepe and linon finish various styles collar and effects. Voile Blouses 1.66 Our regular $2.18 Tailored and trimmed styles. . Corsets 2.00 Our regular $3.59 Coutil medium bust long hip sizes 31 to 36. Brassieres 1.00 Our regular $1.50 36 to 46 eyelet embroidery lace yoke trimmed bottoms. Babies' White Canvas Shoes 1.55 Our regular $1.95 Buttons, white leather soles broad lasts, good quality sizes 4 to 8. Wool and Mohair Sweaters 7.95 Our regular $10.94 Tuxedo styles plain and fancy weaves, buff, rose, turquoise, pea cock, Copenhagen, navy and black. Young Men's Suits 19.45 Our regular $27.50 and $29.50 Cheviots, flannels and homespuns, variety of navy blue, fancy mix tures and plaids two and four but ton coats single or double-breasted models 31 to 36 chest. Junior Boys' Wash Suits 2.00 Our regular $2.94 Chambrays and percales plain colors and stripes. Eton or sailor collars to D years. Boys' Suits 12.25 Our regular $18.53 8 to 17 years many with extra trousers wool fabrics in tan, gray or heather mixtures plain or pleat ed styles well tailored. Women's Skirts 3.95 Our regular $5.97 Regular and extra sizes several well-tailored models g a t h e r e d backs pockets and detachable belts. Women's White Skirts 2.10 Our regular $2.97 Regular and extra sizes gabardine gathered backs pockets, button trimming. Misses' Skirts 3.15 Our regular $4.48 and $4.97 gabardine, several dainty pockets well White models, tailored, novelty Dusters and Raincoats 6.95 Our regular $8.97 and $9.97 For women and misses 36 to 48 loose models with detachable belts slit pockets convertible collars. Misses' and Girls' Middy Blouses 1.55 Our regular $1.91 6 to 18 years all white jean' or with colored trimmings. Girls' Tub Dresses 1.66 Our regular $1.94 6 to 14 years plaid ginghams, vari ously trimmed. Women's Coats 29.75 Our regular $43.74 Serge and tweed raglan sleeve pleated back half lined full coats navy and black 3ize3 36 to 50. . Extra Size Petticoats 2.10 Our regular $2.94 Flowered, pilkatoff, black, with floral designs in colors bands full cut. -elastic fitted Extra Size Petticoats 7.25 Our regular $9.65 Silk jersey tops taffeta' flounce black, navy and every wanted shade, in changeable effects elastic fitted bands. Shadowproof Petticoats 6.65 Our regular $8.65 White or flesh color satin with a deep shirred flounce. Sailor Hats 1.33 Our regular $1.95 Black, navy, red and combinations Sennit and pineapple straw straight or rolled brims. Flower Wreaths .55 Our regular .77 and .95 Lisere and Milan Hats .88 Our regular $1.96 Medium, large and small shapes, black, navy and bright colors. House and Porch Dresses In percales and ginghams variety of checks and stripes plaids and plain colors in one-piece and belted models 36 to 46 Our reg. $3.47 2.25 Our reg. $4.50 .'$.15 Our reg. $4.94 and $5.94 ...8.66 At 3. 1 5 fiizes 36 to 52 bust. Children's Straw Hats 1.54 Our regular $2.48 and $2.94 In plain colors or combinations large and small brims, newest styles. Boys' Shirts 1.44 Our regular $1.94 and $2.24 New colors and patterns fancy striped percales neckband styles 12 to 14 neck. , Boys' Blouses .80 Our regular $1.09 New colors and patterns, infancy striped percales also white with collar attached 8 to 15 years. Men's Manchester Silk Striped Shirts 3.45 Our regular $4.14 Colored stripes on white grounds. Men's Muslin Night Shirts 1.55 Our regular $2.25 Collarless, long and roomy. Men's Carter's Union Suits 1.83 I Our regular $2.45 26th Annual June Sales Muslin Underwear Assortments are all the work of manufacturers who excel in making dainty, serviceable under wear. Our careful selections and large assort ments are further assurance of newest, most de sirable styles at these matchless June Sale values. Drawers soft finish quality mus lin with tucked and hemstitched edge our reg. .97 68 Drawer ruffles of close or open embroidery with tucks above our reg. $1.38 . 02 Bloomers pink witb?bluo stitch ing ruffled elastic at knee and waist our reg. .78 6-1 Bloomert plain pink or pat terned with bluebird ruffles with rows of stitching or hemstitching our reg. $1.28 86 Bloomers batiste, crepo or sateen extra quality our reg. $1.48 1.26 Envelope Chemises round or square neck trimming of fancy lace, embroidery and ribbon our reg. $1.48 06 Envelope or Straight Chemises fino nainsook, white or flesh ribbon shoulder straps or arm hole daintily shirred and fin ished with lace and ribbon our reg. $1.97 1-46 Envelope Chemises fine white or flesh yoke back and front dainty lace and ribbon our reg. $2.76 1.05 Corset Covers round neck edged with embroidery and run with ribbon our reg. ,68 4 8 Corset Covers nainsook round neck trimmed front and back with lace inserting and ribbon our reg. .97 76 Petticoats with deep ruffle of seven rows of lace, or lace and embroidery ' our reg. $4.28 3.00 C,o mbinationa nainsook round neck bordered with lace in sertion and edge skirt or drawer model our reg. $2.28. . . 1.18 Combinations bodice with lace inset, in low neck designs front and back our reg. $3.68 2.76 Princess Slips round neel: edged with rows of lace skirt trimmed to match our reg. $3.68 2-76 Nightdresses-soft finish muslin square neck with insets of lace and embroidery our reg. $1.68 1-38 Nightdresses nainsook white or flesh round or V neck trimming of fancy laco and em broidery ribbon run our reg. $2.28 1.74- Nlghtdresses batiste and crepe beautifully trimmed with fancy lace and embroidery and ribbon our reg. $3.28 2.64 Nightdresses square neck handsome model with laco trimming front and back, em broidered medallions and ribbon our reg. $4.68 3.00 Philippine Nightdresses V neck floral embroidery on neck and sleeves also styles with round neck and long sleeves our reg. $4.68 3.48 Philippine Chemises round neck embroidered eyelets run with ribbon our reg. $3.48 2.48 Philippine Corset Covers round neck daintily embroid eredfinished with ribbon our reg. $3.48 2.48 Extra Sire Nightdresses nain sook round neck models shirred and stitched with blue, or trimmed with embroidery and ribbon our reg. $2.28 .'1.58 Extra Size Nightdresses V or round neck Jinished with in serting and edge of Val. lace and run with ribbon our reg. $2.68 ,...2.00 Extra Size Drawers of good muslin full cut and well made ruffles, hemstitched and tucked our reg. $1.48 1.00 Extra Size Drawers ruffle of good embroidery our reg. $1.6 1.26 Extra Size Bloomers pink elastic at knee and waist our reg. $1.18 88 Extra Size Petticoats ruffle of good embroidery or rows, of lace our reg. $2.68 .00 Extra Size Corset Covers nain sook round neck or with em broidery edge run with ribbon our reg. .97 76 Nainsook Night Dresses .97 Our regular $1.38 Attractive styles with round and V neck emb'y trimmed. MORNING SPECIALS Monday and Tuesday Until 1 P. M. To prevent dealers buylns, quantities restricted. No Mall or Telephono Orders. CONTINUING . Offering of CARPET SIZE RUGS at Sensational Prices Delayed because of the Freight Embargo Finest Seamless Axminsters, choice designs and colorings many exact reproductions of handsome Chinese and other Orientals in cream, old blue or old rose grounds. First Grade Perfect Price Special &12ft $90.00 G8.50 8.3x10.6 ft $85.00 62.50 7.6x9 ft $6-1.00 48.50 4.6x6.6 ft $20.50 21.50 86x72 in $13.50 10.47 Second Grade Perfect Price Special 9x12 ft $78.50 59.50 8.3x10.6 ft $68.50 53.50 4.6x6.6 ft $22.50 16.50 6x9 ft $42.50 32.50 36x72 in $11.50 8.94 27x54 in $7.97 5.74 Compare the parallel columns for values and you can readily see for yourself. Hardly discern ible irregularities in design which in no way interfere with their wearing qualities make it possible to buy these rugs for considerably less than regular prices. 90 cL White Orgindie 63 ii Inches wide a nne, sheer qual ity for children's and women's dresses and blouses. WHITE OOOD3-MAIN FLOOR. 45 cl. Dress Ginghimi .36 Large assortment' of plaids In pretty color comblnaUona tor all dresa purposes. WASH FABRICS BASEMENT. 87 ct. Silk Mixed Crepe de Chins 72 In dainty colors, for apparel and mllltnory. WASH FABRICS-BASEMENT. $1.40 Blick Surl Cloth 1.07 3$ Inches wide, lustrous quality. LININ'GS BASEMENT. J197 French Serje 2.20 fcream and navy blue 30 Inches Tilde, all wool, fle twllL DRESS GOODS-MAIN FLOOR. $3.95 Crepe de Chine Shutinji 2.76 S3 Inches with colored tatln stripes, assorted styles and color. SILK SECTION-MAIN FLOOR. Women's Cotton Union SuiU 53 Low i.eck. sleeveless, looso knee, resulnr and extra sjzes, seconds of .73 quality. KNIT UNDERWEAR MAIN FLOOR, $1.95 Women's White Silk Hose U2 All sizes, full fashioned, lisle sulc, heel and toe. HOSIERY-MAIN FLOOR. 55 ct Women's Extra Size LUle Hose.. .42 Plack or White, teamed backs, sixes t-lOV). HOSIERY-MAIN FLOOfl, 57 ct. Little Tots' Diaper Drawers 44 White embroidery trimmed to 3 years. INFANTS WEAR SECOND FLOOR. $4.96 Young Men's Trousers 3.S5 Herringbone stripes grey and brow fancies durable fabrics sizes to 3S waist YOUNO MEN'S DEPT. THIRD FLOOR. $22.50 Boji' Extra Trouser Suits 15.60 8 to 16 years cheviots, cassl meres, grey, tan, brown and heather fancies semi-Norfolk and sldo-ploated models troui crs fully lined coats lined with plain or twill alpaca lining. BOYS' CLOTIIINO THIRD FLOOR. $4.77 Floral Silkoline Comfortables. . . .2.93 Cotton filled full size summer weight COMFORTABLES BASEMENT. 97 ct Bleached Sheeting ST ti Inches wide for alula beds standard quality. BED MU8LIN3 BASEMENT. $3.49 White Crochet Spreads 229 Hemmed size assorted pat terns. BED MUSLINS BASEMENT. 43 ct Slip Coloring" 3J Heavy woven stripe colored or self tone stripe tan grounds UrHOLSTERUOS-BASEMENT. $7.47 Matting Rugs SJS Stencilled Im all-over or rich me dallion design. xll.l ft r.ucs-nnr.D floor.