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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER
Afr. Charles G. Kerley
Explain Work of Wom
an' m Board of the Polv-
, , , 1
clyntc ana Its Latcut
Appeal for Funds for a
Marguerite Modern Martha'!.
I'herity lissn't heon milrrty i!!rti--l
iy Causes, even In New York. I 1i
101 r.rrr to the Cliarlt y which carrlr
many MMtaM sftu it." iww an a
nnltrifttly m i: . and 'h w aliafl
bare ataaaya itii us in a, aaora
:enrs an.1 sntjstt.viiis nre permltteM,
pocket two dollars for en. h one that
they gtV away. The Charity I Ml
thinking Is th Sv i;!liolh-nf.th-lU-ses
hp:!, the nelihtiorly, amateur,
lumaji ''liarlti. And here !s tha proof
1 hat we liaiea'l yet itrown Inn "art-
atK-ed" fop it
A uttla rroap ef aarntat wom
an la quietly ant Inflexibly set
tine; aboat Ha eelf-tmposeJ taak
of ratal at tha um of a,ooo for
tha am fraa had la tha Saw York
VelyelUsae X capital, raw of tins,
woman ara waalthy, as Haw York
ara aaa tha word. Mm of tkss
ara tha baay wlvaa af tha baalaat
man U tha city phyaloiaas and
smrfsoae aad maajr ara devoted
mother. Tor tham philanthropy
must mean paraomal aarrloa, mot
to be conopretaended In tha alrnlnf
af a ehaek. Tat tharo laa't oaa
Their organisation Is called tha
Women's AuaUlary Hoard of tho pnly
. ilnlc Hospital, aad rhetr presMent. Mrs.
Charles Gllxnoro Kerley, told m all
v'joot the work and shou' tho theo,tTe
issrty benefit to take plaro ei y soon.
She la the wlfa of that lr. Kerley who
a probably tha boat known neotalHt In
hildrcn'a iMaoaaaa In the city.
PROUD Of THE BOARD WHICH
I am rather proud of our board."
arte confessed frankly. "Tou see, w'v
barn In caletence for four yearn, wtth
never a ouerret amnns; ourselves, never
a difficulty with tha man In chars nf
the hospital work, aad with a real record
"There are nearly a hundred of us at
liiweeat, and practically all our members
are the wivee, daughters or slaters of
he men conceded with the Polyclinic
Hospital We came into existence us nn
ortanlmlon .at the Invitation of tha
inan. It eil atartod at a dinner part
at my 'house nn Jan. 11 four yoars afro.
vckI Miaro'a never been u particle of
friction, a1thoua"h one hems of so many
lioapHal boada whlsh uerldedly objoul
now do you asjreuut for tha har
ninr!" 1 aakad
Jdrs. Kerley inllad. Hne looked a
thorouahly attmcllva harmonUer her
self, for the aun pourlnx In At the
window behind bar empiuulsad Ida aoJ
UixhWji of her ualr and the slcitdcr,
aprlnalnd Unas of her Oaure.
"Tha way to (at aloe with aaa
Is te work with tkaat aad aot
atfetast tham," aha elmcloated. Tm
a arm aaa area at aalraclat, bat I
hattave tha qatokm way to rat the
ballot la to baahSe dawa aad five
positive proof of haw amah food
wa aaa ao wtth It whsa we hare
X Beeca talk loader than words,
particularly to man listeners. Salt
aa show omrselves It to help la
the hoaaekeeptai- of tha tate aad
wwll he riven ear shaaoe at It.
"I'll aive you un Instance of what I
mean by working with men. When the
new bulldlnc for the I'olycllnlc Hospital,
at No. Ml West Fiftieth street, was
t'iivm erected, we women met to con
aider what we attoaM give for IL Home
uf us wanted to furnish toe reception
room. Other suggested a big rug for
the hall. Frankly, we had our minds
made up for aomethlng pretty, that all
iha visitors would ase.
"Then the doctors told us that wtuvt
they needed most was a new and ex.
penslvo kitchen equipment. Of course
nobody but the hospital employees
would see It. However, we Just awaU
lowed our vanity and gave !3,00 for tine
pots and pans and uie rest. Naturally,
the doctors ware pleased.
"Now, please, tall me something about
this stght-thousand-dollar fund," I re
' Mist's the smallest possible amount
that will maintain a frw bed." -x-
pkUned Mra. KisXey. "duoh a bed.
which means 3S5 days of the best ml -ral
treatment and nuralng, cannot he
maintained for less thsn 1400 a year. It
is very much needed by the hospital.
You sen, the new poiycllnlr. In addition
1 1 everything Site, must take care of
U the west Sld mi .1 j ,in . ases lie
tween Flfty-nlntii street arid one Hun-
A New Story By
f H. Rider Haggard
Alitor t'l "iti," "lug Momn Hie," El:.
Commences in the
The Moat Powerful Story
of tha Year
Ready November 21st
PriM IS Can la 91.50 a Veer
Her sals by ail Mew easel ars
1MB INTERNATIONAL NBW5 COrtPANY, 8S-8S Ouane St., ISfw York
hA an I Tttlttl. X Iti ! "! biivs
put It up to 'IS.
"WY'u- ftlPM4 i I irisif'l f'ir .1 Ihr.i-
Ira party "i Monday ivmbk irr. i,
1 tin- I. w. Mini Tn.il' t It h.iv lm
I:y li ' .((lit thf niln tliomln f.ir that
n.w it. sn.l ni' ji'' ttPjaoflRfl oi llu t
ets mirsrlvcN, Kvi r- nortinn In Siiji
p.'M'd in tik" at It-ast tnn ami in Nil
u man WOTS if IOMtMy 1 :in 'Phrn
of our mmd'TP oaJld on m tfii morn
ing to till in.- boll thf.- wrre orl(ln
One ,,r them .! int r sted I" r nil'k
i i awl Mia "ir1
: j I ' ' Mckata in Iho
filmner who ramr to tha house Thlna
"Wa made the pi re for IhS bOMd
If), anil ne have alri nly dlspos. d 1 r
them all. The holders IrMrludl Mr .
Andn'W Holi.nson. Mrs. Imnlrl boilnv,
Mrs. K. . Simmon, Mrs. ThotimH liz
blt. Mrs Arnold Btufnborf, Mis. V H.
Clyde, Mrs. ItoSert V Us and myself.
We expert to ninke two or tirre thou
sand dollars by this ana benefit
"Then we havn card partial to l.rlnt
in smiiiiiT sums, baaltfaa otlr rafulat
dues. Hut we don't make our help
merely Bnanalal. 'iwr sewing olaaaaa
laat year Rmdt I2f garnu nts nnd seven
teen doxen pie.-, nf linen for tho hospi
tal, besides marking a great deal of
additional linen. All of ua send In fruit
and flowers frripu-ntly, and evory pa
tient In the hospital at Christmas time
reoelVtl gift. The . . l.lren havo h
"And do you visit?" I asked.
Mrs. Kerley looked half mlsi'hlovous
for 11 moment.
"W hare a thoroughly original
Tlsltlnr Commlttss." ahe rspUsd.
"It svsrsrsa rauing about tores
times a month, bat tha point la
that tha hospital never kaowa
whan a visitation is das. Ths com
mittee baa been kaowa to appear
at a o'clock la tha morning, of
oonrae announced visits ara a
fares 1 svsrythlag Is dressed ap aad
elsaasd ap la preparation for them,
aad that'a all the feed they do.
"Not that we want to Imply that ths
admins. trillion of the I'olycllnlc Is what
la shouldn't be. We are very well sat
isfied with It. Only the best way to
keep the sallsfnct.on permanent Is to
flkht shy of Inspection according to
schedule. The unexpected sort means
a high stiw durd sll the tlms.
"We could do nothing," concluded
Mrs. Kerley, "If each woman were not
always ready to do all her share and
more. We are all not merely Interested,
we are enthusiastic lehybe It's because
helping the ah k Is IM orally a woman's
Job. The poor things are so grateful,
and yet I, for one, feel that I am get
ting much more than I give."
Which Is apparently the conclusion
f the Man who told us tn thousand
years ago that "It la more blessed to
aive than to receive."
Calaeae Uaraia at Hippodrome.
Chlng l.lng Koo and Ids t-oiiiDanv of
Chinese actors were tile guests of the
Messrs. rlhubert last evening lit the
Hlppodiome. This Is the llrst atiDeur-
ancn of the noted Chlnean conjurer am1
aotor In New York city In elxteen years.
Mr. boa was especially Interested In
the street scone In IVklnx. China, which
Is ono uf tin. many quaint and pictur
esque scenes In the big production of
"Under Many rings."
- - - aw IKll 1 SSS.1 lllll l 'J
' J" - - 1
annneaxsr iivr.v m visseesasB
IPW IM! 1 llll'l
WHY HE TRIED SUICIDE.
Smm llrnlhrr MM "i-rilna I'rlson
Teem foe Inaollloa Ivalaee.
CHICAQOi Hav, 37-Heal'i or
i.r lh r in n.-rm n prison. li. i. h-
is set. 1 1 i Hftaairyaar ran tan oa far
Inanliing BiMartir v.uim. was ihe
reason alu-u b Jahfl Wix.doakl for al-
tamptlng to end his ilia io4ay
"I ani a ll'-ut'-nrt nt Iri the QaflBM
nrmy, Wlsotothl told th" police, "snd
reached chirayn yeaternay far ealt
I K-elvod word last ftlffhl thsl mi
brother had did n prison, where he
was sent for Insulting the Kaiser. I
wanted to die nhrn I Lionel of his
Wls .hiakl, Wba suelloiie.l p ilsoh, Is
exie.'tii to r ray,
1 1 1 1 r t -1 our til Street Weat
Most UmosiuiaD Sale Saturday
Mlsses, and Girls' Apparefl
At Greatly Redmced Prices
Muses' Suits, 14 Ho 1 8 years.
ColEection from rtftlMr stock, $19. "7B
Reduced from $29.50 to $38.00
Misses' Coats,. M to 13 years.
Clh5riclhill!lav Blanket CJoths & Zibellnes, $18.50
Reduced from $24.50 to $32.50
Otrls Corduroy Coats, 6 to 14 years.
Navy, Brown and BBack, ' pl5o7!5
Reduced from $24.50
Qlrlf' Sehool Coat9, 6 to 14 years.
ChlnchUlM, Meltons and Wool Mixtures,'
$9.75 to $13.75
Reduced from $13.50 to $22.50
ChSfffoini and Satin Waflsts
Very Exceptional Values
Trimmed with fine shadow laces, Byron collar
and vestce effects of contrasting colors in taupe,
navy, brown, Copenhagen and black, &a ba
Actual value, $7.50
Rich Brocaded Satin Waists, white,
navy, black, hello, taupe and brown, $6o75
Actual value $10.50
Special! OlFferiinig Saturday
WOMEN'S, SMALL WOMEN'S & MISSES'
BLACK & NAVY BLUE SUITS
Finest quality Wide Wale Diagonals, Storm Serges
and Rough Cheviots, plain tailored or braid trimmed.
Coats lined with guaranteed satin.
Very newest models, $25.00
Values up to $42.50
WOMEN'S WINTER COATS, 33 TO 44
Large assortment; and full lengths; Fancy Mix
tures, Chinchillas, Zibelines and Blanket Cloths, &c.
Special price, $22 Mi
Values up to $35.00 aIW
22 to 26 John! Forsythe 34th St. West
N. W. Corner 6th Ave. ft ISih St
A raid that leiis ap aad dows oar crowded sales U thronihonr
and Into your cosy, comfortable home.
We Deliver Vour Goods at Oiee. You Pay lor Toem as Coavealeu
All Uf Goods An Marked in P Hi Figures, Net li Puzzle Tags.
Below are some ol our value which apeak far theaaselvea.
Music Cabin. t. with ntar
uueterle lalata lines; Mfh
lr pollsbsa; with shelves
for music; 43 in. hlrh, 2a.
tn. wide; Ilk. out; Q no
value SIB 7.I0
Hunk . Bee.
taliir at $19.50
aTtiloTCi .;7 en
isinr a.m. ei ael.SU
km-; in en
vali.r ai2. at ai-W
Ou. cITOrvn Deliveries MaJe by Our Mjlor Trucas
t.alleaher's Senlenee tfllemed-
TltM.VToN, N. J , Nov. !.- The Htat
Mn i r court hern, u.-dT., affmed
the i-onvl.'tlon In I ha Hudson UMHIty
Oovrl of Jamai Ji Qallaihar, charted1
stiii an aaaiali with intent lo kin on
Wllllao, II RdWardl Of Now Vork. Kd
wards w.is MSau'tsl l.y Callash.T v hi i
he went to the aid of Minor Unynor of
N iv V.uk, who had baSfl ntta.-ked on
i steamahip a a daci t n..iiken. Oat
laffher w-is ronrlatad of a -hai-gi. of
attemptng 10 murder Mayor tlayn .
and was fantofMpd in e term of Ini-
j prisonmeni. Later, Itoeeter, he win
removed to hoetdtal for tho Insane.
Laborer Killed hr Falllae; Mass.
Klftorn foot iyf mud and rock slid from
(ha too of an embankment .it fifty-first
street and Klgiith av-nue, llrooklyn, to
day. An Italian laborer wo. caught.
Quartered Goldea Oak
..III. tri, .li.-.. k .
leu: like FSll Ml In. lira 1 C OS
In. Im l.lalu talus SSH, a 10.00)
Seamless Brussels Rugs
.alur a I it. at
taliir ai'i. al
li. I it i
I raiaa Bin. at evlLl
lur a'JO. at
mder Iha iimai. (itiur liiin-rs at
lemplad In .Hit Nidi out and a . aM was
en! to K.r.- Truck No. M, It.-twoon t ie
ItrSff u and lahorois, It to.de half an
hofjy lo uncover th- hod.. The man
was dead. Ma w.is ;i!'it forty yaara
"id, five feet four Iflohaa snd ii' ponuds
ilia i-mpioi.r w.is Antonio Mralano,
ontrac r, of No. ttfl Thlrtconth ave
Hab Main and I'hrnvvn Into Aahea.
-W'omi ti at tho
city ash darn pa on rrellnfltiayeen avanna
to-day ciune upon tho shiln body of sn
nfant ivhleh had been duaipwd w'th
nshea during the niifh'
The baby was boy alsiut I WO weeks
old. The body was nude. A cord was
tied tiefhtly BMttl fhe neck and the
skull w as rushed.
raetea, a Dean.
BtmSsb m Sr.rlns
aneaesr u tun. Nana, a Ass
i mi r l i
i iwi Baxsasai Q
J.r.-r Clly. N. J.. IN Nnrark Ar..
Newark. N. J., tti Braes ti.
resMa's tko. atom Oris seen Oste an. tHOHt sets
Another Part of
Of the Greatest Suit
& Overcoat Sale New
York Has Ever Known
In addition to the aplendid suit and overcoat offerings at the
Hackttt-Carhart ator s to-day (sea large advertisement in
thir paper) the same splendid opportunities exist the same
average one-half saving in as rare assortments of
Neckwear, Underwear. Hosiery. Shirts
Gloves, Hats & Boys'
Boys' and Children's
Children's Clothes at 841
Broadway and Harlem Store
The tame wonderful ravinga u char
acterize Hackett-Carhart tuit and over
coat prices to-day apply at well to Boyt'
and Children' clothes:
Chlldren'e Suits, Reefers and
Ovarcoata - All Sizca and
$6 S $7 values $4
$7 ft $8 valuei $5
Boys' Long Trouser Suits
Also Ovarcoata For
Young Man aa Wall
I2 ft II 5 value. sites 31 to 38 17.50
SIS. $18 ft $20 values, includinf Nor-folks-sizes
32 to 38 $10
Odd loti of Soft Hats, some f oreif n
$3 ft $3.50 Soft and Stiff Halt.
famous makes $1.75
$4 ft $5 Soft snd Stiff Hsu $2.65
$5 Imported Velour Hats, made by
J Fisher ' Sohne, Wein. Colors
Black, Brown, Creea and Navy $2.95
6 Silk and Opera Mats ., . . . $4.00
Near Chambers St.
Opposite City Hall.
at 13th St.
Near Union Sq.
I CLUETT PEABODY O CO. TROY M.T
Panel-top of English coaching
cloth. Semi-narrow, receding
slope toe. Invisible eyelets
(no hooks). Flat tread.
IN NEW YORK
etti Are. a tin e f
14 1, St M 14 An.
I1SU BL si As ak. O
iti - e n (if b e
U7 Fun., a. tiaaara, Q
& Children's Clothes
floated and Plain Shirts
$2 ft $1.50 Custom-tailored Hack-ett-Carhart
$1.50 Shirts. Famous make and
Hackett-Carhart make 85c
Med ium and Winter Underwear
JI.50 ft $2 American Hosiery Co.
and Urn Underwear, Medium
and Full Weights, in Worsted.
Wool and Balbriggsn 85c
$2 & $2.50 Natural Worsted Under.
wear- -Medium and Full Weight
guaranteed not to shrink $1.18
$2, $2.50 ft $3 American Hosiery
Co. Underwear Medium and
Full Weight $1.35
Knitted and Cut Silk Neckwear
50c ft 75c All Silk Neckwear, every
shade and color 25c
65c Knitted Neckwear. 3 for $1.00, 35c
$1 ft $1.50 Plain snd Fancy Silk
$1.50 ft $2 English Hand Frame
Knitted Neckwear. 85c
Sweater Coat Reductions
$4 ft $5 Oiford Cray Worsted
$5 ft $6 Ozford Cray Worsted
$5. $6 ft $7 Cerman Bl.nket Robes $2.75
$1.50. $1.85 ft $2 English Make
snd Arsbiait Mocha Walking
$3.50 ft $4 Umbrellas. All Silk.
close roll $1.75
$5& $6 Umbrellas. Seitalfields Silk . $2.75
I W Meat Sid It
h4uit 125th St.,
Near 3d Ave.
Announce tor To-morrow, the following
Very Exceptional Values in
Misses' and Girls' Apparel
of Imported Materials, entirely new models, S I K Cfa
full length, sizes 14 to 20 year?, at 1 99U
Actual Va'lues'524.75 to 35.00
lined throughout, trimmed with braid and
velvet, full Ungth, sizes 14 to 20 years, at
Actual Value H32.50
of blanket materials, three-quarter
length, sizes 14 to 20 years, ;ii
, Actual Value S19.7.S
of Serges, Velveteens, Striped Cloths, Bponge and
Velvet Cordurov, six models, sizes t4 to 20 vears, at
Actual Value 29.5o
of f'eau de Souris, Broadcloth, Zibeline, Velour de
Laine, Diagonals and Ratine, warmly SiC 1 l ) R PI
interlined, in later models, 14 to 18 yrs, llVa7lF
Values $29.50 to 45.00
GIRLS' AND JUNIORS'
Dresses for Practical
in a great variety of styles and
Actual Values $9. 75 to 14.75
Coats for School Wear,
including Chinchillas et aE Q. itz ift ntS
and Polo Cloths, at eV4 O.O, 111. 7
Actual Values $7.50 to 19.50
Coats for Dress Wear,
of Velvets, Corduroy $ i " -7 r flacft 97 Ml
and light color cloths, at le, 1 0.s7U, sfieCU
Actual Values $19.50 to 55.00
Special attention is also directed to the Radical Reductions
which have been made throughout their entire stock of
Misses', Girls' and Juniors' Coats, Suits and Dresses
for every occasion, of the highest grade materials and
workmanship to be found in ready-to-wear apparel.
To-morrow, an Extraordinary Sale of
Misses' and Children's
At Less Than One-n a A Original Prices
IiKluded in the collection are models for Dress and Street
Wear, also Cnglish Tailored Hats,
from 1.Y5 to 10.50
Former Prices from $5.00 to 30.00
SECOND FLOOR MAIN BL'ILDIN'
To inaugurate their new Men's Overcoat Department,
on the First Floor, have arranged for To-morrow,
Saturday, a Very Important Offering of
Men's Winter Overcoats, $24.50
Regular Values from $40.00 to 50.00
Also an Extraordinary Sale of
Men's High Grade Furnishings
Youths' and Boys' Clothing
At Oreatly Reduced Prices
have in preparation for Monday, November 25th.
Their Annual Sale of Women's
Fur and Fur-lined Garments,
Muffs and Neckpieces
of the most reliable and fashionable furs, at
prices rarely quoted for corresponding qualities
This Sale will be of Unusual Importance
West 23d and 22d Streets
JF you want your
the taut 01 tne town, tell about
through a World "Want" Ad.
"business'; to become