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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1911.
WOMEN TO RAIS
15,000 EACH DAY
FOR TEN DAYS
-Money to Help Build a Home
for the Youn Women's
ki Hebrew Association.
TO HAVE A DANCH HALL.
Jacob H. SchifT Will Give
S40.000 if $50,000 Be
Raised in Time Set.
To raise K.Wt a day for tn nseru
stve day, $&n,000 in ail-that Is the little
task whloh ten of the most prominent
women In Hebrew society have eet
I the-' selves. The fund being collected
la MM last, If somewhat sizable, 4rop
an the bucket of 1360.000, the amount to
employed In ere-Mlns n new and mait
rilfi -vr.t borne for the Young Women'
Hebrew Aasoclatlon of New Tork.
Mre. Felix Warburg Is chnlrman of
h Cn'ipaln Committee of Women,
whl.-h has already entered with a rush
a :ts quick-work philanthropy. An
other member of the commute :s Mrs.
CJitrlea H. Israels, the able ln'litor
of tbe movement against bud dance
kalis, still another Interesting collector
li Mrs. A. N. Cohen, who Is several
reais paat her ninetieth birthday and
who la aald to be the oldest woman In
America actively enjrafed in charitable
To-lay, brltfit and early, these
am eet women, young and old, w ll set
out "hogging." For svery dollsr of the
(80,000 : to be raised by personal solici
tation. Yesterday tho committee an
aounced that It had taken In .... and
ah work was scarcely started. To
day's return are expected to be much
FIVE WOMEN PLEDGE $1,000
Five women h.n'e pledged themselves
obtain $l,ono apiece. To each of the
thers has been assigned a certain dis
trict of the city, and a list of ail pus
MMi 'untrlbutors within tho geographi
cal limits has been compiled. Flach
Woman has suc'.i a list, and she will
make one or more personal calls oo)
all lha persons whose names are down,
whether or not she has any arrraaint-
anco with them. It Is the personal
Service plan carried to the nth power.
"Workers have already raised IIHO.OOO
for th new building." said Mrs. Israels
this morning. "A mo-t promising eam
I solgn was under way last sJv.nk. when
. lit Titanic disaster occurred and all
charitable thoughts and Impulses were
k for a time directed to one end. There
f has been more or less quiet effort
through the summer. Friends of the
tftts M:s. Batter J. Ruskay, well known
In Hebrew philanthropic work, n.ive
furnished a Memorial Room at the cost
f M0t, Mrs. Alexander Kdtl it has,
procured a like sum for the Schonbtri;
"Th.j land for the new headquarters
or the Young Women's Hebrew Asso
ciation has already been bought. It
c nslsts of two hlg lots at East One
Hundred and Tenth street, between
Fifth and l,enox avenues, opposite Cen
PROMISED $40,000 IF $50,000 BE
"Jacob II. fichlff has promised us
Hn.000 l( we can raise over 160,000 In the
ton days eel apart for It. So we ought
to be all ready for bulldlnf by Thanks
"Next Sunday the collections In sill
th Hebrew Sunday schools will be de
voted to the fund, and the ministers
have been asked to preach sermons
dealing with the object of our work. It
really Is a tremendously deserving one.
We have In this city the first, and so
far the only, Young Women's Hsbrew
Arsoelatlon, and In Its present cramped
quarters, at One Hundred and Third
street and Lexington avenue, It Is doing
"We are frankly desirous of Incor
porating Into our new home all the fea
tures which have made the Young Wom
en's Christian Aeoolatlona so helpful ami
Measurable to their memtiers. There will
be all sorts of vocational classes for our
girls And plenty of healthy amusement
"As chairman of the Dance Hall Com
mittee, I have coma to recosrnlre tho
ahsoluta necessity for constructive as
well as destmcttve work In managing
the recreation facilities offered to young
people. We can't Just eay, 'You mustn t
go there.' We have to ssy, 'Won't you
come hero? We'll try to give you a
good time. And certainly you may In-
Ylte ycir young man.'
BIG DANCE HALL WILL BE A
"On of the special feature of the
new home will be a big dance hall, with
proper facilities for Instruction, and a
halthv voelai life between the girls an. I
their young men friends will he en
Ci irasd. The girls may have plenty
of callers, and rooms for their reception
will be provided. We are not planning
to erect a nunnery.
"Finally, the entire scheme hi a splen
did experiment in democracy. I can see
that eo soon, for along with the tltian
clal and personnl assistance of th" so
ciety women In our campaign sre of.
fercd the equally slneere and earnest
efforts of the girls themselv. They
Why You Should
I'nilrr our present morla of living
Nature unassisted cannot dispose of
all the waste. This waste sends its poi
sons into the system, through the blood
circulation, and brings on countless ills.
That's the reason a Physiciap's first
stVp in illness is to give a laxative.
Physicians generally, in order lo stop
this sccumulation of waste, are now ad
vising the use of tbe J. II. I,. Cascade,
Nature's cure for constipation, which
rids the lower intestine of all waste and
keeps it healthy without drugging.
It is now shown by all Hiker and liege
man Drug Stores in New York and
Ask for booklet, "Why Man of Tn
dav Is Onlv 50rr Efficient."
have given entertainments In all their
Utile clubs, to pass on the proceeds tJ
our oommlttao. I never witnessed a
spirit of more friendly co-operation
amrtng all Sorts of people."
Home of the number of the campaign
committee Include: Mrs. Arthur IsSn
man, Mrs. Albert Stein, Mrs. Alexander
Kohut, Mrs. Daniel p. Hays. Mrs. J. U
Msgmia. Mr. Charles Sampaon and
Mrs. I. I'nterbura".
Roy of rise Saves a l ife.
BOSTON. Nov. 13. Flsw - vssar - oM
Fred Dolsn carried a foiir-months-old
hi 1(1 down two fllrhta of amok p-fllle,l
nd flams Horhted stnJrs to safety last
night In a fire In a lodging housa In
the Chariest, ,wn dlstrlot, which oost
1'atrleU llnWM nf Unllta hla I!,., nn.i
caused probably fatal Injuries to two
Inn larosst . or mm j
' a.oo s km una in Tmsvska i
Liook in WX.Iouirl iws clorr
xvlndown and inwport the very1
incest rwtnions : alio mecouserva- ,..,
In re Mtyle, vrtilcti bnvc mane w. i. i
DoasYlaii shoos n household word
rererrwhere. Shoen In nil leathers, all
art rlea and ahnnra. to suit men In nil
walks of life. If von could visit W. L.
Donilai larra faetorlesi at Brockton. Ma
' and noe for yourself bow carefully w. 1.
. DouKlas hoes are made, yon would then un-
oernissiMi wny tney are warranveu wu' iecn-r, i
look better, hold their Bhape anrt wear
1 oncer than any other make for the price.
TANK NO 9UMTITUTI
, W.LDOUGLAS STORES ,
IN NEW YORK:
J. T H - of UctitM, Mo.. writ: "1 had
numoiiar m-'m n . imi iisf fa
ton. but dlrl ... t gri mitrh rt W A frWftd In-
''1 oo mm . n r H. ani nm mm t
boitlM, In twrmv mtnutsM itr ttw (irt nfu '
cation I e turn tn nan with -a-.. Ilaf u-
two I- tf'o n t m sMaU
Relief in 20 Minutes.
HAlwT s nrriT MMMMt, stssit druatS i.
Ittlin V Jk CO., Mrs Y rk.
Cowperthwait & Sons
Get a New Rug for Thanksgiving
S Nassau Street.
7 SB ll road war. enmr at h Street.
BSS Hroadway. nr. 14th Mt. (I'alna Bs)
IS 9 Kroadwar, earner 30th Rtree.
140.1 Hroadway (Times Square .
S4 riilrd Avenue.
laBtl Third Avenue.
SSOS Third A venna. asfSSSf 1 SOth Btraat.
B710 Third r..,bet 1ath 1 47lh Mt.
S4S Klghth Avenue.
MS Klghth Arena.
sao Him isaili sinew
iJl Faston street, eorner rsaslBtresS,
7SS-T10 Broad war, oos-aar Thorn Ion 84.
1S07 Itmadwaj, eorner Oatas Avenue.
478 Fifth Avenne, eorner 11th Mreet
17TO Plthla Avenue.
JTBHSK Y CITY M Newark Aveaoa.
HIWABK B31 Kroad Btraat.
PATSTrUtOW- 19S Market -.cor. (TisrS
tllgsTOIt Ifll B. State St.. ear. Bros
Built on a Foundation
That's 56 Years Old
More than a half century's reputation for
fine clothes and fair dealing. That's what is
behind the sale hcing held at the Hackett
Carhart stoics to-day.
That, and the purpose to retain this repu
tation for generations to come, is the rarest
kind of a guarantee i.f good faith.
The most sensiitior.il values in suits and
overcoat? ever offt rec are here. Ard there's a
REASON for these values such as seldom exists.
This reason lies with the recent Hackctt
Carhart receivership. Ihe creditors accepted
50 cents on the dollar -a concession that per
mits present stocks to he sold at an average of
50 lest than the regular prices.
The present stocks comprise more than
25,000 garments of the latest cut. the newest
fabrics, the finest tailoring.
Overcoats are shown in more than 750 fabric
designs and 60 different models for dress,
business, motor, travel and storm wear. The
finest collection New York has ever seen.
Many thousand suits are here in countless
varieties of fine materials- in all the. new pat
terns and colorings. And no correct style
exists that isn't among them.
Nor is the most expensive custom tailor on
Fifth avenue capable of finer tailoring than
characterizes each garment.
And all yours to choose among with the as
surance that whatever you select will net you
i h n
ITf "IN ,
' i'i 1
$15, $18, $20 and $22.50
1 fo 1 $32.50, $35, $38 and $40 dQ 1
4 1 U OVERCOATS p-1
$20,$22.50,$25&$28 O fiA
$25, $28, $30 and $32.50
$35, $38, $40 and $42.50
$40, $45, $48 & $50
Thti abowi onlr nf tT i-v that If. on oumtr of th ruf.
9x12 Seamless $1 C OEt25c
Tap. Brussels Rugs JmJ Wttkh
Fine one-piece rugs, splendid Butllty and in medallion or Oriental pitternv
Also come in 9x106 ft size, at 4)13.75.
Fine Stock of 9x12 $07 Hi50c
Axminster Rugs "VillJ Wetkiy
Enormous variety of colors and patterns to select from. Many are
copies of hiph crade Oriental Rugs. We have real Orientals, too.
Big Lot of 9x12 $0 q 75c
Wilton Rugs 07.JVJ WHtl
Wonderful values, you would think them reasonable at J55. Fine medal
lion patterns in rich greens and tans.
8 Big Illuminated Revolving Racks,
Showing Over 500 Different Rugs.
Everything for Housekeeping
Furniture, Carpets. Bedding Curtains, Etc.
Let Us Open a
Liberal Credit or
10 Off for Cash
Just as You Prefer
cPricts Marked in Plain Figures on Every Article
Cowperthwait & Sons
3rd Ave. and 121st St.
2212 to 2224 Third Ave.
193 to 205 Park Row Chatham Square).
f W. rla. Evnalns at O o'clock. Open Msturdurs I mil 10 F. M
AN OUTflT Rsl. A WEIK
$15, $18, $20 &
$22.50 SUITS .
$18, $20, $22.50,
$25 &28 SUITS
$22.50, $25, $2H, $30
& $32.50 SUITS. .
& $37.50 SUITS
$32.50, $35, $37.50
& $40 SUITS .
$35, $37.50, $40 & t07 CA
$45 SUITS .OU
Near Chsmbert St.,
Opposite City Hall.
at Heli St..
Near Union Sr.
1 19 West 42d St..
154 East 125th St.,
N'ar 3rd Ave.
I Iiim-i :
This 2-inch PoM
lutcly Fn-e with
each Si 00 pur
? at Uir Lowast Priras In All
New Vork. We off., lo
Furnish Asr Room In Your
House or Apartmant for a
I'n.tnent of I.UO a Meek.
I . .,' 1 1 , ,,
si'paralt ly Ibis
week 4 MM
Gillette Shave Saves you money,
time, bother Get a Gillette
Great Variety of Styles
A GOOD and varied assortment
of Gillettes in a store window
is the merchant's way of telling vou
that his stock is representative, and
that he is prepared to take good
care of your wants.
A full stock to choose from is a
There are many different styles of Gillette
six styles alone of the Pocket edition, in triple
silver plate, gold plate and gun metal finish:
a great variety of Combination and Travelers'
sets, with Razor, Blades, Brush and Shaving
Soap, and toilet accessories: beside the Stand
ard sets. A wide choice of metal, morocco
grain, real seal and English pigskin leather cases.
Watch the store windows for the best Gillette displays.
Buy yourself a Gillette today or as soon as you can.
Gillette Safety Razors, $5 to $50.
Packets of Gillette Blades, 50c. and $1.00.
NoStropjriaa -ia RSy" N"o HonlnA
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR COMPANY, BOSTON
Relieve That Sore Throat
Now With MUSTEROLEI
MU8TEROLR brinfs quick sni 3ss
ad relief to UM Ml tbrost and Irave a
delicious feeling of ease and comfort.
It i a clean, white ointment, made
with oil of mustard. You simply rub it
on. No plaster needed.
Bftter than a mutlnrd jtlnttrr and
poritieely doe$ nnl Uitttr.
There is nothing like MUSTKROLK
for Sore Throat, Bronchitis, ToBsilltis,
Croup, Stiff Neck. Asthma, NcurslKia,
llrailache, CcMtStloBi I'lriirity, llliru
nislMin, I.iienhsgn, I'sini and Achci p
the ll.i. k or Joint, Spruieii, Sore Milt
rle, Hruise. CnllblsiBIt PrOStsd I Vet
snd (.'old of the Chest (it prevents
Doctor snd mines frankly rerom
mend Mt STKUOI.K It i used in Urge
At your itruggist's in 4.V and Allr jsVS,
and u special larae HumiIoI siz for $ 1.&0,
Arrept no sulmtitutr. If your dru
frist cannot supply vou, rriil ISc or 3lc
to the MttitwoM Company, Icm-UihI
Ohio, and we will seeid yuu a jar, post-
Mli.larol Is liMt fast, "'' ' " UisoIkK
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