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THE SUN, SUNDAY, ' AUGUST 19, 1917.
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jJiiiWEiO Dl ODAOlWEi
AID TUMWU FUNDI
Merry Fetes Bring in Cash to
- Bny Smokes for Boys in
I France.
BALL GAME ON TO-DAY
Golf Plnjcrs Will Devote
Week to Cause Other
Entertainments.
Strange It Is how the nerlous and the
Cay facta of life are Interrelated, even
In the business of war. Our men In
France aro employing their baseball
training to perfect themselves In grenade
throwing. Out of their boxing skill they
are gaining deadly proficiency In baydnet
practice. Other of their lighted accom
pUthmnew have been turned to new and
(rim uses.
And here we have something of the
sartie kind too for Tub Suk Tobacco
Fund, LAt night In Castles-bythe-Hea
nt lng Branch and ut the Hotel Ixr
raliie and the Edsemere Club at Edge
mere men and women danced that the
men In khaki now In Krunce may have
their smoke comfort. The guns that
played the prelude to Waterloo called
the- victors away from their dancing. If
you will remember.
Thos ewho fox-trotted and one-stepped
ltet night were within the rays of those
searchlight beams that are guarding tho
harbor these nights. They danced wtlh
the war In their thoughts because It was
their gayety that Is going to give solace
to tho fellows now waiting to get the
orrler to go "over tho top." Their en
joyment was not unselfish, because it Is
going to bring an great a measure of en
Joyjnent to our lads In khaki when they
smoke the weeds bought with the money
gained to the fund through these festivi
ties. .Press time prevented getting any
complete returns from cither of these
seaside retorts last night, but the pre
liminary report made by Joseph Panl.
manager of Cnstles-by-tlie-Sea, Indicated
that Lillian I.orraln,c Vera Maxwell,
Edward
Eunice Stevenson and Mrs.
Richard Perkins had gathered consld'
rable for the fund.
Ilnrdyaurdy tilvee Aid.
-At Edgemero It was bulletined that
W. C. Nlckelsburg and his friends who
had costumed themselves as a band of
hurgygurdy players had carried the af
fair off In style. Ab Italian organ
grinders, with a real monkey, they took
up a collection nt the Lorraine and
went from thero to tho Edgemere Club,
where there was a masked ball.
As another evidence of sport being
turned to the purposes of war, Ray
mond Hitchcock and his fellow players
on the "Hltchy-Koo" nine will meet the
ball playing residents of Great Keck,
lb I., to-day for the benefit of the To
bacco Fund. You may remember that
on the Great Neck grounds a short time
ago the Hitchcock nine did terrible
things to Ned Wayburn's team from
the "Follies." They want to kill all ball
playing ambition for that section of
Long Island before they meet Way
burn' nine again on the Polo Grounds
within a few weeks.
Another Instance : Beginning to-morrow
morning the Salisbury golf links at
Meadow Brook, L. I., will declare a Sun
8moke Week. All the links' receipts and
the clubhouse and restaurant receipts
will be turned over to the fund by
Ernest Osborne, secretary of the Salis
bury Plains Corporation.
And next Saturday night the writers
and artists of Greenwich Village will
give a farewell ball In Webster Hall,
119 East Eleventh street, for the fortu
nate young fellows of their set who re
cently were graduated from Plattsburg
and other training camps. The receipts
from the sale of boxes will go to the
Tobacco Fund. It you had occasion to
be present at any of the festive occa
sions given by the versatile geniuses of
the village in Webster Hall last winter
you will know that this ought to be the
Jppnotch occasion.
More to Play Ball.
Then thero Is that ball game that Is
to be played next Sunday on St John's
Field, Brooklyn, between the Bushwlck
Seniors and the Commercial Triangle
team to boost The Su.v Tobacco Fund.
These young fellows are lightning
players and will put up a contest that
will be remembered.
Don't forget the other big game that
Is to be played the Sunday following
In the City College Stadium between the
fit. Aloyslus and Macomb A. C. teams.
This Is the contest that has been ar
ranged by George W. J. Halpln, secre
tary of the Manhattan College League.
There will be no admission for any of
thee games, but the players and their
mends win ooom me xuna as rar as is
..within their power.
There are several other big enter
prises under way, The foremost of
these will be announced to-morrow. The
glorious thing about them all is the
splendid spirit that Is animating them
alL These frolics have but one single
purpose In mind to give what they
can in tobacco to the men in France.
Just remember that our fellows over
there are keeping tabs on all these
affairs i aside from the tobacco the fact
te4Vt so many persons are working nnd
playing to make them happy.
Hera is the big thought to hold this
week. There are 365 places through
the city and the metropolitan district
where every one may contribute.
(Wednesday, particularly, and every day
thereafter generally. These centres are
the United Cigar Stores.
Through the generosity of the officers
of the United Cigar Stores 6 per cent,
of the gross receipts taken In at all
these stores will be donated to the
iund. Stop and think ot this for a
minute! Here is a corporation that
deal with hundreds of thousands ot
persons every day. It Is going to give
up one-tnrieth of all It takes in over
the counters. All told It represents one
of the finest things yet done fr the
enterprise.
Chance for Ola; Drive.
If everybody does nls bit the result
from this line offer can be pushed to an
1 stj""lTP'" figure. And the way to do It
is simple enough. If you And that you
moke three cigars a day, ror instance,
buy your supply for the week, say, on
Wednesday. Iietter still, buy a box of
cigars. Do your tobacco shopping on this
tlay for your pipe tobacco and your clg
nrettes. Buy In futures, your own nnd
that of tho men In France. If you buy
$f. worth of smoko merchandise you ara
laying In your own stock and giving a
quarter's worth of tobacco to some lad
In khaki who needs It much moro than
you do.
From time to time we have told you
what we have been able to do with the
money that has been contributed, and
,you realise by this time how far we can
xtretch n dollar. Wm buy nt an cxtraor
.iilnarlly low figure, wo get advantage of
very discount, wo do not have to pay
Jrtternal r venue tunes, wo have no ship
ping clinrges, becaiiHti tho smokes are
sent across under urmy direction, and
die FrenrJi fiovornment Is not levying
tho usual heavy Import tux. So that
When you buy In the United Hlnrea the 5 I
per cent, wo receive goes to exceptional
length. A h purchase, as n matter of
f.ict, Ik g'vliii; tlm soldiers more than
luuble I ho vnl'M of U10 (juarter wo get,
. Tlioief'in wlienevi-r ou puts a United
Btoio drop lu and mulio u purchase on
r
ACTRESSES WHO GOT CASH FOR SMOKE FUND AT FETE
Wednesday. You are giving at least one
from every pack of I'lgarcttm you buy
and the soldiers nrc gottlng a long puff
from every cigar you put In your pocket.
You can't overdo It. You may buy more
than you need for tho time being, but
you cannot buy more than our righting
men need.
There is anothir angle to tills. The
United has promised to redeem the llrst
800.000 certificate deposited In the boxes
that are Installed in their stores for $10,
000. Consider what this will mean to
the fund.
Schulte Uiilnx lilt.
Don't let this fact slip away cither.
Since July 15 the tichultu Cigar Stores
as far West as Chicago have been re
ceiving coupons and certificates for the
fund. Every Mutual certificate Is ic-
"ctrnab'e tor a two cent value -in nier-
cnanaise. v, un nvo weeKS jusi cioecu
there has been added to tho fund through
this source approximately $2,500, and
there are close to a hundred boxes that
will bo emptied this week.
Furthermore, It Is possible for tobacco
smokers and others, to buy tobacco Orders
In all the Schulte stores. Kor every dollar
paid In through these Mores D. A.
Schulte, president of tho company, has
added 30 cents, and will continue to do
so until the fund eruls.
All In all we are going along with tre
mendous strides. The J50.000 mark will
meet annihilation before the end of
this week In all probability. If every,
body helps it will go down before Thuis.
day morntntr. That will sive us a
splendid start toward thi next objective.
1100,000.
we are proud of all the enterprises
that have been floated in behalf of The
8un fund, but wo are Just as proud of
the legion of stanch friends that have
been gathered to the cause. These are
the backbone of the fund,.heso repeaters.
At stated perloda we hear from them.
There has not been one who came In
after the start with a promise to con
tribute regularly who has faltered in
that purpose.
"J. H." appears again with "Just an
other little bit." There is that other un
failing rooter who signs himself "A
Golfer" who has; been. heard of again
from Bethlehem. cJ. H. From
the
"Round Table" of tho Metropolitan Life
Insurance Company came another check
yesterday for 30, an.d The Sun Stero-
typo Chapel produced In Its weekly style,
Thta letter is from Gilbert E. Chandler,
h,e regulars:
"Additional to my previous check for
110 dent from mv residence 10 Dana
street, Cambridge, I beg you will accept
the enclosed for same amount. Before you
know It the Tobacco Fund will be running
a close second
to the Red Cross, both,"-. W. Amlfrsorj.. W Morion 1A)
t .t. ua ik I.lohn F. Fisher... I,wa, Sputh .. .. t
s. I also had tho pleas- u Tbtrr cs'j. c. Woo.t:ey l.oo
worthy charities.
use of 'chlnnlnc In at the game last
Sunday. How could I resist with such
a handsome skirt In such closo pro
pinquity? With best wishes that you
hit tho one-tenth of a million mark."
The fund now stands :
THE SCN and THE EVENING SDN... U.000.00
Prerlousl" acknowledged.
. 3S.017.1I!
iMew contributions.
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Total m09S.it
Shipped and paid I2I.S5S 1
Cash balance 1S.743.SO
Through Schulte Cigar Stores 2,4(9.10
Grand total i:,06?.7e
These aro yesterday's contributors
J. It..
23 00
10.00
in on
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90.00
1.00
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10.00
Henry A. Caesar, to Union square, N.Y
Glltrt K. Chandler. Prtnc Georfo
Hotel. Eth ar. and 2Jth at., N. Y
M. Van lean
From a Golfer. Bethlehem, N. H
Rlrbard V. Mount, 130 Rernsca St.,
Brooklyn, N. Y '
"The Metropolitan Lift Inaurance Co.,
Round Table"
R. D. Dal Molln. S9 John at., N. Y
MORNING SUN Stereotype Chapel
weeaiy Donation.
- Oppenheimer. HI Peart at
N. T.,
These are the week's contributors :
Co.. Garden Cltr. N- Y 1:0.09
S. Edwin Buchanan, tl Broadway,
K. Y 6 00
,T E. Padden. Hoboken. N. J 1 00
Shut Loo Elevator Safaty Employee! 2.26
MORNING and EVENINO SVN Adv.
'
"Angnsl
Mid-Summer Sale
Guaranteed
New PLAYER
$10 Monthly
Bench, Cover,
Mtitlc and Cartage
IB375
Hp-
1751151901
eer Monthly I tee Monthly
?0 Uu til raid I 90 Until raid
Inrfurflnn .Sfoof. Cittr. Mutte.
WINDOWBARGAINSin
Used Upright Pianos
$85 Rjvm & Baton
90 Billings
135 Weston Co.
140 Pease
150 Weser Bros.
170 Regal Cc.
Moill hit,
J I'ntlll'ald
4 Monthly
riitliraid
5Monthl
I'ntlll'ald
5 Monthly
I mil Paid
5 Monthly
Until Paid
5 Monthly
Until Paid
Victrolas,$15to$400
All of the Latest Victor llerorda.
) Monthly and Up Dl AUA
9 Hems an Upright flAIMU
ROETZ ft R
MM m cuuut. cou. uivi.nu -Ul
RTnM t nitnr.frT.YN
MMtipen Lveningsg
Miss Lorraine fold first souvenir at Castlcs-by-the-Sea; Miss Max
well nuctioned soldier's cap.
bookkepinff ilcpt. No. a
Irviln Kurtz. IK Ilroadway. iJ. Y....
The Ciirils-Willls Co., ;o Church tt..
N. Y
n!row J. Hlnlr. 3. Borrow St., N. Y.
Jlrs. M. E WalJron. l!li!yeood
sv.. Itrooklyn
'i U. SplnJlH. produce Exchange,
N Y
C. JC. Ilroan. Sis: HioaUway, N. Y. .
Martin Orr ....
Charles F. Krletlwan, Dept. of Docks
arl Ferries, N. Y
K liotilnson. Tuxedo Club, Tuxedo,
N. Y
A. I Myer
The men of l'ott A McCord, 101 Park
avenue. N. Y
Various members of the New York
Stock Exchange
Ketterllnut Lithographic Manufac
turing Co., :oj Ilroadway
William ClilMi. "ScavtTge," Newport,
R. I
Robert A. Gardner. Collector of lleve-
line, itayop-te. N. J
E K. Kuehn. Newport. N. II
C. C. H Plymouth, N. II
A. 11, S. ami C. O. S., New Canaan. .
Conn
Rosemary Hollistrr, Kalmta. Green
port. L. I
Howard M. Brittln, Ilroadway.. .
Ike
A. S. Chaniberlln, P. O. box KW5.
Ilartford. Conn
The Allen A Wheeler Co., Troy. Ohio
William U. Joyce, president National
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500
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Loft's SUMe Hoy M.OT
Employees of the Barrett Company, 17 Bat
tery nlaet
Jam.1 F lll.tn. t M'J. IT Kln I S
Pul B. Decker... .a'J. E. Foley
J?nn.s"fu-
; f; w,",'...
j.' m. Baonon'..
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w. w. Christie,
It. J. Hurre . .
E. 1'. Shi.ebbe,. .t-
). II. t'lia1wiik...
w. II. Bird
Floyd W. Adams.. .15
ll. J. 'mompson . .
V. E. Burrl 1 25
I). 1) llerolaheltuer 1.00
A. 11. Camppeu u
SlA. A. Vessle M
l- JF- pi"''"
.Arthur Matrs. . 1.00
MUames Wrlaht ... .a
V. S. liutchinaon. l.wEtertley Chtlcis ,.100"
Arthur Trask
l.OOIJosepli P. llifrie.. 1.00
w. K Allwonil .. t oo:i i Mitiin
G W Rogers. Jr .K'Wm. H Child.. ...10.00
Shad Creek Association, Shad Creek,
ii. j,, urnan vnannei. i
Lawrenoe 4V Co. employees, it Thomas
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Jack. U) West Sth st
Jennia Eiulnger, 107 Veit"isth"st.,
Joseph Verne, 24 King- St.. N. Y
2.00
.11 Mrs. T. T. Russell, l-i Riverside
Drtre N. Y.i
C. C, Danrbr
Jack and Walter and Kenneth. 47
1.00
1.00
sanionl av riusntnr. l.. 1
1.00 I Company A.. 174th Precinct Home De
. fenc League Police Department. .
tOO'stt, week Contribution. William
f2i Wsrrr, 13 Kluh, Bronx Co., 37S
M Willis av
,.iA Young American Citlxen Forever .
1M Howard O. llullard Chapel, 45 New
,i Chambers st
J? New Rochelle Yacht Club
"tK' nilialth I'earcc, tin lrilnf. South-
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nampiun, i,. s
Notary Fees, Loral Bntrd HJ, Twenty.
econd Armory
Sister Sosle Society (Flon nce II. Mow-
bray)
Mrs A. C. Braidalty, Njack, N. Y....
J. II. tt
l'rank V Storrs, M llroadwsy
Ixmls Bamberger. 66 Broadway
Wokly Quarter Fund
C. W. M
Mm. I). W. C. Jones, 7(7 Halem road,
Llltalieth. N. J
C. (!. lngrsnll, Edgewood Inn, Green
wich, Conn.... .
PesrrTlar Derawrate (Not)
M. A. II.. box 450. Heliport. L. 1
Geo. F. Wefterman. Ansonla, Conn.,..
Terrene 1'ralsslnet, Belnord Apart.
intnts, Sth st. and Broadway
Collected br Helm Kmtl:
Helen Euatla, Uatlanda House, Oat-
lande, Va
Morton, Mlnot, Ellerslle Farm, Hlilnr.
cllfre, N. Y
Dr. X. W. Carey, Ellcrslle Fann,
Rhlneelirre. N. Y
Sir. Boyle. Ellerslls Farm. RMBCcllffe,
N. t
Marlr Jtadtre, Kllerslle Tarm. Rhine-
cllffe, N. Y....
Henry Heywood, Ellcrslle Farm, llblne-
cllrfe, N. V
James Butcher, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine.
rllffe, N. Y
Annie Adams, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine-
cllffe, N. Y
J C Wilson, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine-
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Helma Johnson, Kllertlle Farm, Rhine-
-HB. N. Y...
Matilda Smith, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine.
cllffe, N. Y
Emma Hayden, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine-
cllffe. N. Y
Mrs. White. KUertlla Farm, Rhine.
cllffe, N. Y
Justlna Brown, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine-
ellfTe, N. Y
William Inglls, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine.
rllffe. N. Y
Inland Atkins. Ellerslle Farm, Rhine-
ellfTe, N. Y
Wm. Campb'll, Ellerslle Farm. Rhine.
rllffe. N. Y
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We Cannot Meld
The Ifrwciple'
r4 business as in
times when the
ity is hard and there is temptation to skimp
values.
But, lor commercial as well as personal
reasons, Firestone Tire builders cannot yield.
On quality iheir success was built; on con
tinued quality depends the honor of the name
Tre$tone
CORD TIRES
And 11,000 Firestone employees own
Firestone stock; logically they will continue
to improve and broaden the service.
Firestone Super Size Cord Tires ore your
most economical purchase, They save gas
oline and insure Most Miles per Dollar.
And the Super Size is important; it affords
fereoter air-column and accounts lar&ely for
tho riding luxury of this most efficient tire.
FIRESTONE TIRE AND RUBBER CO., INC
ilTvtV&SiU I-7S BROADWAY, N. V.mJSgfrfc
Heme office and rafter? 1 Akron, obi
" avod Dealers Krerywhere
Leonard Yost, Ellerslle Farm, Kale.
cllffe, N. X
Bon. L, P. Morton, Kllealle Farai,
Ithlneellffe, N. Y
J. II. Herwood, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine
cllffe N. Y
Ahthony Keller, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine
cllffe, N. X
Frank Cannon, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine
rllffe, N. Y
James Thorn, Ellerslle Farm. Rhine
rllffe. N. Y
Augustus Brlggs. Ellersllo Farm,
Ithlneellffe, N, Y
Carlsnrt Anderson, Ellerslle Farm,
UhlnecllfTe, N. Y
Jamea W. Gallon, Ellerslle Farm,
Ilhtnerllffe, N. Y ....
Chat. Dims, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine
rllffe, N. Y
M. T. Elsmsrr, 10 Terry at., Pough
keepsle, N. T
Elijah lUthrlrA, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine
cllffe, N. Y
Francis slater, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine
rllffa, N. Y
Peter Illrk. Ellerslle Farm, Rhine
cllffe, N. V.
Christopher Kellln, Ellenlla Farm,
Rhlnerltffe, N. Y
Lewis Mayby, Ellerille Farm, Ithlne
ellffe. N. Y.
Fay Crittenden, Elleralle Farm, Rhine
rllffe, J. Y
Ralph Reiser, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine-
"rllffe, N. Y
F. W. Pells, Elleralle Farm, Rhine
rllffe, N. Y
May Coon, Elleralle Farm, Rhlnerllffe,
N. Y
V. Scliood, Ellerslle Farm, Rhlneallffe,
N. Y
Harry Klndrlrk, Blleralle Farm, Rhlne
rllffe, N. Y t
W. II. Cannon, Ellerslle Farm, Rhine
cllffe. N. Y
II. J. Knltapple, Ellerslle Farm, Rhlne
ellffe. N. Y.
John Htatts. Ellerslle Farm, Rhine
rllffe, N. Y
Atnas Georgoff, Elleralle Farm, Rhine
cllffe, N. Y
Mrs. Morton, Ellerslle Farm, Rhlne
rllffe, N. Y
H. F. Whltaon, Elleralle Farm, Rhlne
rllffe, N. Y
Bessie Rlntol Campbell, Oa Hands
House, Ostlands, Va
Mrs. V. V. Kustls, Oatlanda House,
Oatlands. Va
Charles Labdon, Oatlanda House, Oat
lands, "Va
Katherlne Murphy, Oatlanda House,
. Oatlanls, Va
Bridget McGettegen. Oatlanda House.
Oatlands, Va
Nurse Juan Burgess, Oatlanda House,
Oatlands, Va
A. B. Henry. 177 St. Mark! ar.. Brook
lyn, N. V
Chas. E Williams, (31 Hill at., Hobo
ken, N. J
J. W. ilruyn. Treas , S9 and 41 Thomas
it.. New York
Bernhard Ulmami Company, 107-113
Grand St., New Y'ork
Isaac Russell. 2 W. 45th at.. New York
Prof. Franklin Matthewa'a Summer
School rlas In Journalism. Colum
bia University
Miss Ethel B. 1-lnaent, Rye Beach,
Rye. N. Y
Miss C. E. Souweino. 1063 E. 8th at.,
Brooklyn. N. Y
Second monthly Instalment
Employees of William Iselln Co.,
3S7 Fourth sr.. New York
Division of N, Y. Sons of Veterans,
n. S. A.. Wm. a. Mitchell Camp,
No. 13. 141 W. lXth st.. New York..
I-aula H. and Marian Lax. 2T0 River
aide Drive .
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M. M, Klg lander. 47 Maiden Lane....
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The Flat Work Club ot New York..
A. L. Jacobs, 30 Broad at
F. L. Davis. 237 West CSth at
Slrnal Appliance Association, West
Njack. N. Y
Golf tournament held at Chatham
Bars Inn, Chatham. Mass
Fred E. Boyd. The Heritage, Wilton.
Conn. ...
C. G. Mollrr. tw Canaan. Conn
Empire Hook and Ladder Company
No. 1, Upper Njack, N, Y
Dorothy B Weil, 3lf5 Broadway
Mrs. G William Smith, 1415 West
Genesee at
Notary feet. Local Board 141. Twenty-
asrond Regiment armory
II. B. Small, Roekv Mountain Club
ot New York, as West 44th at....
Frlenda of the Soldier
Stock Exchange Luncheon Club....
Cafe Savariu
Cafe Lafayette
Fifth Atenue Restaurant
Hotel Broitell
Park Avenue Hotel
Hotel Martinique
Hotel McAlpIn
Bellboys. Hotel McAlpIn
Luisler'a Restaurant
Hotel Claridge
Hotel Imperial
Murray's Restauraut
Hotel Blltmore
Thoma Healy'a Restaurant
Hotel Marie Antoinette
Hotel Majestic
Morlmura, Aral 4k Co.. U Madlaon ar
Frank Fallstlco, 2042 2d av
Cirlaca CapaUraa, 2072 1st av
Mrs; Agnes DeLucs. 2043 2d ar
Jot. DeCala. 2972 let av
Como Motdentc, 3)7: lit ar
Olaeom Scaeer. 2072 lat av
Pletro Rubcrts. 2972 1st ar
Rocco Paoulrell. 2042 2d sv., care
.rettauram
No name
Miss Marjorle Elise Counting, 100
Sterling tt . Brooklyn
Emplojeet of Baker. Carver Wor
rell. 3-41 Water st
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Mrs. Arthur H, Pearson. Hotel Roa
noke, S. Oxfnrt at., Bklyn
Employees of Spencer Trask k Co.,
25 Broad st., N. Y
Emllr I) S IVrrer. 230 Nyack av..
Pelham, N. Y
Monthly subscription No. 2.
Theodore R. Hon. 17 Battery pi....
Louisa Van Weiel, Broadway and 77th
at
Sergei Kllhansky, 212 BMh tt. Col.
lection tnken after concert at
Glenmore Hotel. Bir Moose. N. Y.
Inmgton Flrt Aaa'n No. 1, Irving-ton
nn-the-Hudson
Butta and his star waiter and pa.
tront.
Gllllgout Casino,
VII
aaon
Point
i3. 3. . cAzLoAYtb
national affairs thtre are
struWJe to maintain rmat.
Flrt members of tb Auction Bridge
,N Club of Jamaica, vls.i
Dr. R. L. McTarland
4.00 P. K. Meynen
A. J, Rosenthal
.M.O. r Von Kumer
i II. D. Durcklnck
,2SChs. A. I-andgnlst. Newark, N. J..
Employees of Gen. Mogenaen, CO
,jj nroaa st
20.00
i Employee of Warner Bros. Company,
nil
th av., N. T
L. T. Warner.,
W. P. Alien...
11.00
R. Krarke
Wm. II. Ferris..,.
D. Holmes
B, SVhelnberjr....
J. S'olsy
M, Baumnnn
II. Halme
M. E. Maher....
K. Tallman
E. Hlelay
F. Thill
C. Hermanadorfer
R. Johnson
I. . Pickanl
A. E. Neafle
M, Meany
M, Haggenaen. ,.
O. R. Sklllln
N. Behrena
A. J. Prlore
Wm. O'Brien
II. P. Corrornii...
II. A. Carr
G. E. Hay
... 1.00
... 1.00
... 1.00
... 1.00
... 1.00
... 1.00
....1.00
W C, I. Peters..
F. Schwab,,.,
w, struts..
8. O. MrKee..
v. Hiaing
K. Letnquet
R. H. Ttmm
G. H. White..,.
M. Cohn
E. Riley
J. Holmes...
1.00
i.oo
1.00
1.00
1.00
T. P. Ixin M
J. P. Henry 60
J. W. Armstrong.. .M
C. K. McCutchen. .SO
O. Barber M
P. H. Avendt,... .SI
H. K. Hall so
C. D. Burnt SO
P. B. Mlnton So
W, Horan SO
J. Marburrrr 2
M. A. Wilton, 21 West 11th st
C. M. Maaon, Washington. D. C
W. O. O
M. c. Gray and friends.
X. S. McMaiiui, (4 Wall at
W. K. HarrK, Spencerport, N. Y
Carl K. Bacon, JiS Summer at.. Boston
Laurence L. Ilaehr, 4SS Bslnbridgc St.,
Brooklyn
L. L. 11., Iwlilel Farms, Eaton, Pa...
Standard Oil Cloth Co. employees,
Montrose Works. Buchanan, N. Y... .
Hotel St. Regis, 5th are and 63th St..
Dr. J. J. Edraondaon, It; West 43th st.
Katherlne T
From a golfer
L. Van Weael. the Wcllsmore. Broad
.way and 77th at..
air. kt
Terr Week No. s
The following nsmes were omitted from
prerloui Hat of euiplo-ccs of the Barrett
pany:
W. It. HUngle. 17 Balterr Place
H. D. Church. 17 Battery place
J. W. FOKler, 17 Battery plai-e
Partial list ot tobacco orders
acco orders collected
from
sruulte rlgar stores:
Julian B. Rosenthal. 131 Madison are. 2
Mlaa A. M. Ling, 310 West 1224 St....
R. T. Van de Water. 331 West 101st st.
J. McIIturh. West Orange, N. J
Herbert I. Rosenthal. 1391 Madison are.
O. R. Pratt, Williamson. R, K. D N. Y.
J. R, Lane, 101 East Msln st
B. P. Crittenden, M Emerson St.,
Rochester, K. Y
E. Palmer, Mnntrlalr. N. J
Ella Plnwar. IS Ilrnarf it
II. W. Ba 13t Haven eve
. r. aeirmeay, Kinney Building,
Newark. X. 3... 7.
Joe J. Eally, Standard Union, Brook
lyn 1.00
H. A. Robinson, 1124 Broad at.. New
er. N. i t
Mr. Raid. IS Maiden lane
a. it. mnd. uo icaat C7ta tt
Clarence W. Mandenlle, 17 Douglas
road, Olen Ridge. N. J
K. W. Thompson, 101 Park are
W. A. Jackson. 31 Thomas st
V. as. Bradbury, Z334 Grand are.. The
Bronx
I. J. MacUren, 442 West 2tth at
Mitt Christine Mayo
Max'a boarders. Mouuuln'a restaurant,
Fulton tl
Voluntary Contributors, 119 West 40th
tt ,
T. M. C. and Mrt. M. C. 2516 New-
kirk ar Brooklyn
Mra. Every Week No. S
No Name
Roaenscheln Bros, and employees, 11
Eaat Mth St.. New York city
A Bunch of Key
S. J. llrrnsta.it. (0 Broadway, New
York
It. C. Walton, 132 Franklin St., New
York
II. L. W 132 Pranklin st , New York.
T. II, W., 023 West 130th t , New York
S. 8, y,l West 65th st New York.. .
V. II. Croely. 113 Fifth av
ontributiont from a "stunt party."
Whliperinr Pinet. Chappaqua. N. Y.
Guests of the Cliff Ilvusr, Adirondack
, Mountalna
1 Ellen It. Sharpe. Lake Placid Club.
RW-i. N. Y
Mrs. Susan S. Bradley
llarr I. Srlimeltier, it Wall stieet . .
Miriam Berkson, Belle Kroenherg,
Jeanne F. Goodstein. 2!d Broadav. .
Customers of George Ferguson Company
,ws iiornriie
1". Tl. Lountbery, East Orange, N J.
Donler, Forbca A Co., 21 South William
st
Hob Goblin"
THE SUN, EVENING SUN Adrt.,
Bookkeeping Dept., No. 7
Acorn. No. 2." Locust. N. J
Staff of Mexican Telegraph Co., 01
Bread at
Somt of the Officers and Clerks of the
Mechanics and Metals National Bank,
20 Naaaau at 23
M. H. Ttylor, Erie, Pa
Donald E. Lelth, Masquerade at Old
Font. N. Y
Partial list of tobacco orders In
Semite ttoret :
A. P. Canaan, 76 Manhattan are. ....
David H. Yeoman. (0 Cortltndt st . .
200
0.70
1.00
6 00
23.00
20.04
4i. a
e.e
21.N
aui
uotxtif
putfai
UJI'iIMI
3321
i
i jf'.'.::"i
-ft fc
it m
KarbageM
II CAN l
Bernard Levy, K3 Jennings tt, The
Bronx
E. M. Davia, 24 Freemont at., Bloom
field, N. J
F, O, Flanla-an, 6021 Montrose at., W.
Phlla
Samuel J. Goldberg, 130 Nassau at.,..
t'hria Hansen, Mead at., Newark, N. J.
(1. A. Daughert, 40 W, t2J at
Mrs. De Hart, I9 Amsterdam art....
If, llsmn, 101 Park are
(1. J. Frlrlc, 11 W. 102d at
V. Thlclman, t$ Senera are., Bklyn..
If. Bacon, 101 Park arc
F, Brrne, 73 th ate,, Bklyn
J, McLoughlln, 30 Vesey at
If. II. Knox, 82 Bearer at
U. J. Keller, 200 6th are
K. E. Ford, 601 Sterling pl Bkln..
Lawrence I). Ftird, 401 4th are
Joseph O'Flahcrty, 2(7 Whltlock ate.,
The Bronx
Castlea by the Sea peneni. Long
Beach, .. I
Intertype Corporation employe
1.00
l.OO
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
21S
,2.. Morami A. Aiicman, ia ,tn ar
j H. s, S ,
.28 I P. Kuehn, lis) Bedfonl av B'kljn..
;s Ulivcr ll. auon, cnici ncr . t
:? b R"u-:-"-:-"L""vi-;-
Itooen 11. eoroyce. l-Aiereun. n. tit
John Meaeeder. Sparklfl. N. Y
First Instalment ol Room 2(02,
isj
, .?. I Ilroadway
, .23 Penny Ante Expert!
John B. Doland.. .11.001 Waller Glbbont...
25.00 , l). Mcrananu l.vi
6.00 Jacob WlldcnboTB. 1.00
Max Iiltenberc...
Thorn st Tlcrney...
l.ro J. n. Gill
I'atricK uiennen,
9.67 F. 1-ccora
l,0O!Benjamln Cohen.,,
10.00 I Thomai Poland.
Eugene J. Relllr..
Michael It. Wolfe.
1.00 A. C. Wlegand so
10.00 George T. Mount. .231
Wm. C. Murtha... .'.'6
Louis L. Levey...
J. n. Kiihn
.60 Louis Muallnter.
1.00 Fred 11. Schelb.
M. Werdenschlus
4.00 Edward Flytm ...
2R 00 it. C. Jnhannsert,
6 00 Wm. Hull
7.72 S. J. Sew all
1.00 Morris Kelrh ....
1 1'. H. McKeuna.,
IJ P. Dareunort...
,26lllenry J, Vacts....
.al.Murray B. Rose..
.2511.. If. Bernstein...
.2SlArthitr O'Donnell..
.26IG. C. Peteraea...,
Wm. Foster
J. D. Weinberger.
Morris Dunt
Frar.k A. Hroberr.
6 wi i A brain Liplelu..
1.00
i.oo i I. M. Gnttbplm.
.26IJ. J. Dukore
.25:C. C. Van Alst
,267Jnhn Hand
.zr.iM. .1. Dougherty..
,2T.i S. Johatinsen
,2.'.J. J. Cunning-ham.
.3 Harry Miller
.23 Alex. Goldforle...
.25' J. J. O'Donnell
.ss'J. S. Dicker
.21 Henry II. Sewall...
23 A. Sple
.CSlGendzler
,2"Lnult Gross
,25l.lohn L. Simmons.
.a-.IS. S. Goodman
25'AsIht Vlsnarka...
.:.',!S. O. Goldstsln...
.".".J. T Mrfilll
is Hsrry Check
.13'Ioui Solomon
.in N. Ocicer
.10 1-ouls Fertla-
.lOlDlrld Gold'tein
ia Benjamin Poloje..
.lniTnhiat Sanders
.lOlflarnnv Welsbelff..
a Sumtii-1 (inldmnn..
Com - Tnhlas Sehwalbc..
Harry Isaacs
21.00 . liuls Alkie
l.nfl J. jr. sturces.....
.60
Thomas O'Oara...
Harold Jackson...
Jacob Fnloinoti....
Irvlhr Friedman..
Charles Cnxtll.....
Samuel Llppcrt...
Nathan Elkln ....
Joseph Monsky ..
A. Gros'lcU
Ham Goldman...
Charles Wrln
John L. Baker . ..
A. N. PtTlman....
L. B. Krrutfer ..
ll. J. Abramsoti..
L. .1. FmkeWcln..
Arthur Ivlne
B. Greblnar
Samuel -ilexel.....
Conrad St a at
Michael Wleder .
Mar llelskj.
lMrry MlchatN...
10
.10
.10
.10
.10
,r.
23
.25
.23
SO
60
.60
no
I.oo
.lO'l'bllln Weiss
1.00
1.00
2,no
1.03
lOlIlavid Frlnaon.,...
BUEGIARS 100T APARTMENT,
I.oo
1 00
13.00
II r. Duvhl S. Hklnnrr Lose Jewelry
Worth llaiiilri'ils of Ilnllnrs.
U.00
15.00
JOO
1.00
1.00
10O1
l.M
1010
Hastily sunimond froem his summer
homo nt Kamt-ey, N. J Dr. David S.
Hklnnrr entered his apartment at 722
St. James place, Ilrooklyn, and found
that burglars had ransacked It. Jewelry
valued nt hundreds of dollars Is missing.
I The police have no clue to the In
1 tinders. They think the burglary was
?,Vi committed on Wednesday night.
tooi ,
1 00 1 nnartmcnt 1h on tho first floor. A swing'
soo
3.00
11.(0
Ing ladder was taken from n rear
escape and carried through tho cellar
around to a Bldo court. There entrance
was gained through the unlocked bath
room window. Hundreds of burnt
matches wcro scattered through the
premises.
Among the valuables taken aro a pair
of mother-of-pearl opera glasses valued
at J10U, a silver loving cup given to Dr.
.Skinner by MasoiiH to commemorate his
fiftieth anniversary ns a member of that
body, a coftly collection of coins, a gold
watcli, a diamond ring and an old bull's
eye watch given to Dr. Sklnner'a father
by Martin Van Buren when President.
lo.eo
20.00
2.00
50.00
to 00
5 30
: 01
2.00
:.oo
I.oo
10 00
0.00
Ilnthcr Dlvra to Death.
"Smiling Jim" Andlrnch, a driver, of
453 YVrat Forty-sixth Mreet, dived Into
tho North River nt West Forty-fifth
street last nlghL Other men in swlm-
(0
10.00
6 23
mine near by wero unable to recover J. J. cully, Jr., Mra. .1. 'j. Scully. New
the body. It Is thought he struck
.10
,10
head on a projecting beam.
opots
"Garbage pails are a source of
infection and should be disin
fected regularly."
Dr. Woods Hutchbson,
You always need, and especiaUyjdur
ing these hot days, a powerful, econom
ical and safe disinfectant to keep disease
away from your home.
All first class grocers and druggists
have or can get for you
Acme f t lime
War Department, U. S. Government,
has ordered a large quantity of Chlorin
ated Lime from us to protect the health
of our boys in camps and trenches.
The Board of Health of New York,
Boston and many other cities recommend
Chlorinated Lime as an effective and
economical disinfectant.
N'
-20
.
10
.2f
.
.23
1-00
M
1-00
$0
J OO
l.M
LOO
1.00
1-00
1,00
,ro
lJJJfJ
170
TOURISTS BT AUTOMOBILE.
Sptdal Dt$pkht$ to Tos 8 or.
NEW LONDON, Conn., Aug. !.-
Auto
mobile arrivals at me Mohican Hotel In
elude a. Boyd and u, Mitt Kerr, Sharon,
Pa. (Packard); J. 1. lloee and wltt. New
York (Uulck); J. k. Johnson and wife.
New York (Ilulcl; Mra 8. Iloblnson,
Greenwich, Conn. (Itrkard); Mr. and Mrr.
A. Parent and dsgntar, Lowell, Mhss,
il'lerco Arrow); J.f'. Thetlen, Camhrldft,
last. (Pierce Array)! It, IS. I.lnch and
wife. Boston (Locokoblle)! II. M. Peuker
and wife, notion (Locomobile) : 11. D.
John and wife, lew York (Haynet)i
Walter 11. Sncneer.hVcit Hartford (Chan
dltr)l 111st I., at, aatntaa, Norrtatown, i-a,
(Overland): Mies 1 12. Brunner. Norrls-
town, l'a. (Overlap); Mra. E. Mirshtil
and daughter, Muttclalr, H. J. (tilude-
haktr).
'0
2.00
NEW CASTLB, k. If., Aug. II. To
day's arrivals at tl Wentworth by auto
mobile Included Mi and Mra. Henry U,
Haskell, Wllmlngld) (Packard); Mr. and
Mrt. Leonard A. Yerket, Wlljn1 ton
IS
"
.60
(Packard): Mr. art
Mrs. D. J. Murph),
Philadelphia (Hup
obllei: Mr. and
John Bunbury, Wlte Plains, Mra. M. II.
1.20
6.00
.11
l.odev. Bloomrleld
j. (Haynca): air. and
Mrt. Alfred l'ar
Kinmons, tlrooktlne
Mra. James If, Jour
(Packard); Mr. an
.it
.13
:x
.23
.23
.26
dan, Brooklyn (Pailnrd); Mr. and Mm. IS.
W. Inslee. Nstv Yo
Mr. and Mrs. It. K.
H. Wllltama. White
Mrs. C. M. Katon
alns (Crane) ; .Mr. nnd
Hrareaaie (.narmnni;
W. Morrell nnd fam
Mr, and Mrs. Cloors
ny, uutneriora I.M4
duuth Orange (Iteti
onal): W. Leo (Irnves.
.26
.26
.2.
.23
.2S
.21
.23
ulti: Mr. and Mra. V
w. l'rtyer, canton
Untea jlarnet. Mis
kllilo (Franklin) i Mrs.
Hose Marion Jjarnei.
Albany (Hudson);
Mr. n,l Mra. J. A.
-Moore anil family,
Mr. nnd Mm. J.
vllle. l'a. (Plerr
Kow York (Codlllnc),
caidneli. Jr.. Titua
Mrs. Dorothy Us
Tevllle and Mlaa 11
kley. New oiii (Cad
aiuc).
WATEItnUItT.
moblltats arriving
the Hotel Elton In
tinn.. Aur. U. -Auto-
.26
krr tho Ideal Tour nt
lid, Mr. and Alrfl. A, J
33
23
26
.2S
26
.26
r.
23
.25
23
26
2S
.23
15
.16
.13
IS
It
10
10
10
10
.10
10
.10
Loomle. New Yor
irackardi: .Mr. and
Mra. H. It. Mnynni
fl. Thomanvll e. .s
towena); Mr. and
airs. K. Kellar, Mount
vrnon (overland)
Mrs. Joacoh rrnllneer.
Mrs. underwood
lichran, Atlantic city
(Cole); Mr. nnd Mb. 1'. H. Jennlnga, Miss
Blanche Chlaolm, l(
st Oranco (lieu). Mrs.
i-.. at. rayior, miss
'llrutnly. Mlaa Ann
any Taylor. Miim .m. r;.
llowianil. .Mla .M. if.
Kturges, Summit. N
J. (Packard); Mr and
.Mrs. til ward Ebl
K, ew lork (.Mnr-
mon); Mr. nnd .Vs. W. A. Uodswnrth,
Lucy N. Dodawnrth
Wlllnrd N. Dodawnrth,
Mrs. C. IJeK. Morjan. Knglowood trhal-
merat ; KJwnnl I
lllodftelt. lonilnster
(Hudson); Mr. ull
re. .1. K. Wa d.
llartsdnle. N. Y.
Otto I'leper, Mr.
Mist Helen Boiler,
Ijoco); Mr. Hnd Mra.
Mra. 1;. j Holier,
suss 1,01s Jiacy, iiocn-
eater (Cadillac); .t
Mlsa Blakeslee. i.s tillermsn. Mr. and
Mrs. c. W. Hhitn-in, ltamlitun, Ont.
(Mnrmnn),
MANCHUSTL'n,
by nutornoblla at
elude Mr. and Mr.
Sirs. II. T. Ualdn
(Pierce); Mrn. H.
Hockatntler. N-w
T.. Auc. 18. Arrlinls
Dim Tlulnov House In
11. )'. Tii-ki r, i)r ana
. Chnstnut HIM Mass.
,10
.10
1. Pollock l.eon.ir.l A.
Inrk; Mrs. w. II. I'ol-
lock, Cincinnati (S
ckord). Mr. and Mrs,
c. c. Fearn, Miss
(Daimler) : ll.
dn.i Ke.irn, .ew ork
ewart, t-. A. .Stewart,
Mrs. S. A. Hteuar
Plttsburir (I'Hi'kjrd).
Mr. nnd Mra, .fuses T. Smith, Nuuurk
(Packard) ; Mr. an
Mra. Owen H Mannrs
Miss ndythe
Mpiliei, Miss D'trothy
Thomas, New -i
k (I.ancla), urlnnell
Willis. Morriaton
(Cidlllae), Mr. and
Mra. J. W. Haml
Ion. Pittsburg (l r.ink-
lln); Mr. and Mil
Thomas II Stirling,
Mechanlesvllle. N.
ling, Wilmington,
: Miss lvmise v stir-
stl ; Miss Elizabeth K.
Luke, victor . i.u
COOPKItSTOW.S
mobile urrlvula ul
Tjrrytawn ( Packard ).
N Y.. Auc, IS. AUlO-
thn o-te-sa-ca to-day
Included Mr. and
Mrs. M. S Crawford,
Hamden, N. Y. (1
1111 s Knight), Mr and
.Mra. noone, Mr.
Delhi (Cole): Mr.
man, O, A. Stad:i
Albany (Hudson)
flattery. Ituasnah
no .Mrs. .1 ii t mra,
ind Mrs. (1 A. Mead-
The
n. Jr.. C s steadnian,
Mr. and Mrs. 11. J
drera. Albany 1 Mar-
I mon); Mr. and
ra. 1C. W Woodcock,
Are
Moune. ill. un
ac): justice and Mrs
Kdward J. (InveKn
1, .Miss Marie w. Ken-
nedy, lork
Packnrd), Mrs, C. A.
Ward. Marin de tlper. Mr. nnd Mra. Law
rence de (lolyer. (
icago (Cadillac) , A M,
Schell, II. Montgiiiery Hchil'.. New York
IHlearns); T. It
Mlll-r. Mra. 1,. M.
Cralffle, Oswego
Mra. W. Kuton, N
Mr. and Mrs. O.
Overland): Lieut and
York (Plerco Arrow).
I'lieui. t'tlca ll'Jilll
lar) ; Mi's II M. i
ton): Mr. nnd Mr)
theriand, Ithaca (Win-
A. J. jack. Uleelatul
(l)o.l eel
Mr. an.UMra. ll. I). Oood, Nw
York (Marmon):
!' N. Whitney, Mra
Hturx-Is Coffin
SIm Bruwn, New York
(Tackard).
HUTLANO. Vt ,
rivals by aulomo
eluded Mr. and
York (Plercel: Mi
Miss Kearln, New
Mra. J. I. Phlllln
Aug. IS. To-daj's ar-
" ut th BerwI'-U In
rs. 11. U. Mudj. New
and Mrs. O C l-'earln.
ork (Wlntun); Mr. and
Plalnnela. S .1 (Cud-
L fl. Mrctirdy. Mr
I Iliac) : Mr, olid
ATUl .Mrs. .". llSl
H. Laird. Jr , New
Ml. und Mrs. Ik-
Itpfhell" (Hlldsnt;
Ward. Mr. nnd M. A. I. flillllDi. South
Oranir- )Pathllnd-l H-nry Woltiiiun, Miss
K. Wollman. .1 'Wolf. Jr.. New York
I Packard): J. Av.Kreeman, A. 11. Oreenc,
nisi
York (Cadillac):
Mr. and Mra. Duman
hurry. Miss CurH
riusning, n. y miss
(Packard).
Muieupy, iirookiy
Disinfect
Large can 15c. Refuse sub
stitutes which may be stale and
worthless. Write for booklet.
A. MENDLESON'S SONS
130 Broedwsy, New York Chy
EstakUshH 1 070 Factory: Albany, N.Y.
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