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THE EVENING WORLl), FRIDAY,
AW YORK WOMAN
WHO IS honored in
FRENCH 00 VERNMENT.
Mme. Carlo Po.ifame Is Rc
warded for Charitable and
I Hint Csu-lo rolttme of No 321 Wrm
Ninety-second ti at in hftn ron-
sfr.il iIhI-I to-day by h.r many lrln.!
becausa of the announcMiient that the
, honorary dlatlnctlnn of the PatatM
I Ar-idemtquea ha bern conferred ujwiri
her by the French Uovernment.
Mm. Pollieme, who rarne to fhla
tco'intry about twenty year ao with
har huMiand. waa lha founder of I.
Lyceum. Snclt. daa Femmra do I'rarw.
New Vurk. and It waa In roromil tlon
of her vaHiflihla work alone; charitable,
I philanthropic and .durational MneK
MMng ir country woman here that M
I'l.lrK.ire, the French Premier. protHt r
lr P name to the Pnlmosi Acadanilquea
Turnngh the effnrta of Mme Poll
I feme a monument la anon to b. m . , ,
la Woahlnarton to Jaannn d'Aro. Mme
PollfMM and her huaband. a wealthy
New ork tiuMnonn man, vlaltod Itodm,
the famntia aculptor. In I'arla, a few
MOttt hi nay, and arranged with him to
I 'JesiKn the monument.
' The .tutu, of our French h. rolne,"
' aald Mme. I'ollfeme to nn BvMlng
. World reporter 'to-day. "will be hullt to
I the glory of womanhood, ami d' dlcaled
V by the Women of France In New York
, to the Women of America.
S The ohje. ti of La T.yc.uni, So fete de
IVmnie-. de France a New York, which
I mi em twice a month at the Waldorf
A'iorla, are to enrnurajre a better aplrlt
atnomt clttb women to encourage, the
i atudy of the French language and ahow
ita meatfoM eavaatasjae to promott in-
Mrratl In the arts, literature and hls-
tory of Frame, and to work for a bet
ter omlerMandlnf of the French women
i a few rnontlM ato, PrwMonl Tft
I n; an aOtOgrMhod photosrra'ph of him
self to the society, ntth a Iettr con
, -n-al'iliitln: the numbers on their work.
I'llnln r. Iliilell Die.
,1'ilwln F Hedell, mventy-alx, a re
tired Nw York merchant, died yentrr
rtav at hie home. No. 10 North Moun
tain averiue. Montclalr. N. J., after an
lllnem of aeveral month Mr. iledell
waa a native of New York City and
bad lived In Montclalr for Ilia laat
forty yeara Ra was connected with
n i fi-m of Coo par, Hewitt a Co. Laal
i Mig. 11 ho and Mra. HeiMI celebtateii
I he fiftieth nttnlverenry of their Weil
dtne He - mirvlved bv hll wife. two
oonw and three dHiiithterx
I if m
I3i '' aW-
aa-aa-jv , aam-ta I
! I . MME..
lined, r Vot n alter.
K:.'-ii the Pallidal parts fMRI I
The r.exl time a widely hnu.-.i n-
llaTta living near I'rnnt f.tr'pt and l.o
hl(n evanne foe Into tha ovuter pa
loon net door ha will remove hia of
fice Jacket anil put on hie atteet coat
The doctor wenra a white dink o.ii In
hll In!' oratory, ami la In the h.ihlt of
paying the proprietor of the oyater
loon an ocaalonal vlalt In the evening
when bnaneea la dull
While In the restaurant iat nlaht
two younir RIM entered ainl In hf UlqUf
tone oi'leied oyater etewa from the doc
tor. Tliera warn tevTal POraona n the
place who knew the doctor and a quiet
amllo waa noted The doctor widen 1
the two young followa with a jrlnnre
and, mneterlng up all hie dignity, which
la considerable, aaillhed out of Ihi plac,
aaylng: "I am not a waiter, I am a
Keeping the Body in Repair
Nature intended that the body eheuld do it own
repairing and it would do $o were it not forth
fact that most of u live other than, a natural life.
Nature didn't Intend that we nhould wear eoraete, tight collar or
hoei, nor live in badly ventilated and draoghty houaet, nor eat and
NeXok aoroa of tha thing that we do, norrlde In atreet earn what) we ahould walk.
Th- eooaeooanca la that the body when It gate oat of order, aiuat look for aot
ald help to make the neceaaary repair
For weak atomaeha and the Indlgeatlon ordyapepala raaoltlng. and the ataltltude
ef diaaaaa following therefrom, no meeVlne can be more adaptable aa a curative
agent than DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERT.
Thie famoua Doctor'a preaariptlon haa been recommended for oarer 40 year,
and la today Juat aa big a au"cr . Reetoree a healthy appetite. Cleanaea the blood.
Strengthen! the nerve. Regulataaa atomaeh and liver. Demand the original.
Dr. Pierce Golden Medical Discovery
M ta LletaM gar Tablet foraa try Deden la Meatletaiae
Band II ane-eent atamba ta par coat of mailing etiy on a free copy of Dr. Pierce Com.
aaa 8enae Medical Advlier. 1008 page, clothtmund. Addraaa Dr. Ptarea, Buffalo, N. Y.
CAR LQ Pout F E.M E
Letters of a Slim -Made Woman
to Her Fat Sister.
Fourth Letter: On t he Housekeeping
Burdens of theOvcrfat Woman.
Dr Sin -In nlvlnji in fnt prohlm
I v n ip. i iKvafl th arivunt prnblm fur
I'm cnnrrrnd. Iff nnt maid -of all .
work dnnnil hr hnt and dfitartvd twn
wk. aiu. Anil when I My "th lait" T
man "navr aaln." I'm doing my own
work now and nloyln; It all ! ..ii that
tarrll.la hurln f llh I uarrUtl haa cunt
nnver to rturn.
HOW plainly th mirror of mamjry r
f1om thr pHit. I iTivnaif aa waa- a
muntuln it piilpliatln ' -h, catrtnc to
ervantR whole lUhifni ilutlra 1 ouid not
perform herauaa I ton Id noi t'anv tba bur
den of mv weight ami of my houethulil
Sow. ile. dear. I know ytu haven't eeen
tha euppteiieea of my ellm aJMM self I
kiirvw that many formulae, diet ayetemi
mi i even lee mrthcHli have rohhed you of
faith In all rdiilng method, hut "take a
little tip from luttr" unit ut; h tew hoiee
of n " harrrlleie little Mattuolu rrenTlp
tl.u Tahlete I told you about. Any drug
gist will furnlah them n Tfto, I ha cane or
you can pent! th prle ti the Murmola Co
Fanver Itldg.. Ietrolt. Mlth. Thev contain
omatly th earn. Ingredient x n The Mar
mole Pi en-riptlon that left me allm. firm
and em. t. 'in. and they won't mtueeata you
It may e a little time, but 1m patient
and you'll notve alt your problem eor la I
ami ill neat lr. Ltl me know i cfuita I'm
ure they'll he ainazliig, f.ov lugiv
In Winter Storms and Cold
often comes sad physical punishment to the man or woman who is
rundown, out-of-sorts, debilitated. Yet jjrown men and women children,
also are apt to Ret in bad condition because their food does not nourish
them; because their stomachs, livers, kidneys or bowels are not in good
and natural working order.
"The Larseat Sale of Any Medicine In th. World"
give the help most people require. They benefit the whole bodily system.
They drive away poisons; help the stomach to perfectly digest the food;
stimulate the liver; regulate the bowels; tone the nerves, purify the blood.
Heecham's Pills will.no doubt, suit you as they do millions of others
and their general tonic effect will build you up. In the severest
of weather, they
At all dnifgiata 10c, 25c
Direction of ipecial value to women are with every box
rm it e
i aa alHIIIHIUUIIIIIIHir iar I
"Scores of Women Today Have
Nearly Perfect Figures"
so says an authority who praises women beeause "she has entered upon an
evolution and is beginning to seek perfect health."
That, these "nearlv perfect (iirures" arc the result of sensible corseting
the learned doctor does not assert, though such is really the ease.
The new corset with the low bust gOM far
toward producing the "deep chest" and its sensible
proportions really produce t he "unconstricted waist
line" of the ideal physical type.
L. R. Corsets Are for the Modern
Woman Who Is Seeking Both
Health and Beauty.
They have taken into account all of her needs.
The modern woman is active she is busy
about her house, her social duties, her sports, her
dancing, her sinking L. It. corsets provide a suit
able model for all of these various pursuits.
The I,. H. Singing Corset lias elastic pieces
inset, to' allow the diaphragm to expand to its fullest;
the Li Hi Dancing Corset is just a girdlo of light
batiste with a few flexible bones inset ; the L. H.
Housekeepers' Corset is firm enough to keep a
woman "trim" while she works.
Forty Different L. R. Models.
Among them the $.5 L. R., which the average
woman will like. A corset to have one's loveliest
gowns fitted over. Low bust, long skirls.
L. H. Singer's Corset, with gored elastics set
in to allow deep breathing. $5. '
L. R. Dancing Corsets, give the pretty un
corscted look, $8.50.
$3 Ii. R. is suitable for young girls and slender
women, because it has a medium length skirt and
If your model is not among them it may be
among the 86 other L. R.'s priced $1 to $10.
Third floor. New Stewart Building.
Formerly A. T. Stewart & Co. Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street.
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK WONDERS
Of the Greatest Suit & Overcoat Sale
New York Has Ever Known
Something over 25.000 garment still to be told
Suits and Overcoats that were designed alter the best and
latest style ideas of two continents
Newer in fabric, later in style, finer in tailoring than any
other New York store can begin to offer.
And here's the simple reason why:
When the Hackett-Carhart creditor accepted 50 cents
on the dollar, there were on hand and in preparation stocks
for six months ahead. i
A,t0?-, more than 50'000 garments for Fall and
To-day sees more than half of these sold.
Suits and Overcoats intended for JANUARY are being
Each assortment is many weeks in advance of the nearest
competitor's latest stock.
So the Hackett-Carhart stores to-day cannot help but
offer later styles and newer fabrics than any others.
Now as regards the tailoring:
The name Hackett-Carhart has been synonymous with
the finest tailoring for more than a half century 56 years, to
This reputation is reflected in every garment the sales
Moreover, there has never been a wider field for its dis
play. No greater wealth of fabric assortments were ever put
into the hands of master craftsmen.
England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Germany and Amer
ica contributed generously from the choicest products of their
And the best brains and skill in all tailordom have com
bined towards the making of each garment a masterpiece in
You couldn't help but consider yourself fortunate in se
curing one of these suits or overcoats at the FULL PRICE.
At the sale price, they are almost in the light of a gift.
And now we come to the second half of this greatest event
in clothes history.
The first has meant night and day work for an army of
tailors. Almost exhaustion for every employee.
But it has been well worth while.
It has won the commendation and patronage of an army
of well dressed New Yorkers.
It has afforded thousand the opportunity to choose among
clothes in greater variety, later styles, newer fabrics and wider
assortments than ever before shown.
To one and all to the man who paid $10, and to him w ho
paid three times that, for a suit or overcoat it has afforded
an average one-half saving.
And the second half of this wonderful sale promises to be
even greater than the first.
Your Average Saving One-Half
Of thr 1 5.000 line overcoats now ready, many of the fabrics and models
are being held at a premium by other store..
The cause may be traced to a sort of famine in overcoat fabric, this season.
Yet, they are here at the Hackett-Carhart store, in plenty and at the
same wonderful one-half saving tnat characterizes every offering of thit
Included are the popular and comfortable Chinchilla., Shetland! and
Vicuna.. Dre.iy Melton.. Keraey., EJy.iana, Velour. and Worsted.. Ser
viceable and practicable Tweed., Cheviots and Friezes. All of the highest
standard from the world', fine.t weaver..
All the new .hade, and mixture, are repre.ented, a. well as every .taplt
coloring. Many of the de.ign. and weave, are exclusive with Haclsett,
Carhart & Co. Inc.. Retail.
More than 800 fabric tyle in all.
The model, embrace more then 60 de.ign. in garment, for every oeca
won and all tervice. dre.., bu.ine.., .treet, motor, travel and .torra wear.
Korm-fitting and box Che.terfield.. Shawl collar and convertible
collar model.. English Guard, English motor, English storm and English
Raglan types. In more than 60 distinctive design..
No .tyle overcoat exists today but wnat i here in its mott correct form.
$15, $18, $20 & $22.50
SUITS & OVERCOATS. . . .
$18, $20, $22.50, $25 & $28
SUITS & OVERCOATS. . . .
$22.50, $25, $28, $30 & $32.50
SUITS & OVERCOATS. . . .
The greatest collection of quality tuits ever gathered together are at
the Hackett-Carhart store, today awaiting your inspection.
You may chooie now among more than 600 style.. Over half of them
being deigned to meet the early 1913 demand consequently, the mo.t
advanced styles being offered in New York today. Many of the fabrics
received from the mill, only within the past fortnight.
Included are scores ol high grade .emi-staple designs such as are u.ed
by the fine?! custom tailors. Rarely, if ever, have these been sold under
Then there are all the neat ai lie mixtures, the new blues, greys, heather,
and brown.. Alio a number of the extreme new olive .hade.. All in plain
and fancy weaves, in smooth and rough faced fabric.
Nearly all the design, are a. exclusive as the highest cost fabrics being
offered by the expentive tailor, along Fifth Avenue.
Prominent among the models are the famous English, Continental.
Fifth Avenue and College de.ign.. And many of rare attrsrtivenes. that
are exclusive with Harkett, Carhart 6e Co. Inc., Retail.
In variations and sizes for Men. Young Men and Boys.
Whatever your fancy is in clothes, you will surely be able to indulge it
here and at about half the price you espected to pay.
$28, $30, $32.50, $35, $37.50 &
$40 SUITS & OVERCOATS.
$32.50, $35, $37.50, $40 &
$42 .50 SU ITS & OVE RCO ATS
$35, $37.50, $40, $45 & $50
SUITS & OVERCOATS. . . .
Full Dreas, Tuxedoa, Cutaway Coat & Veata, and
Fur Lined Coat a at 33) 3 to 50' Reductions
(See Separate Advertisement for further items.)
Near Chamber-. St.
Oppcaite City Hall.
at 13th St.
Near Union Sq.
119 W. 42d St.. 1ME.I23thSt,
Near Broadway. Near 3rd Ave.
Open Evening. Opto Evenings.
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