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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1012
others, Leave Babies
iAt Home While You Work
In Happy Independence
;MJI a Home'Aitf Breakfast I
nd Hire V iMAMO He
MRS. BELMONT'S 'ADVICE.
Young Mother's. Don't Knotf
About Babies; "Caret!-" Is
Marguerite Mboer Marthall.
Marriage or a career ?
Tbe bafcy or tha Job?
It U Mm. OHg II.' t JMlwit who
esjta tna gordtan knot of berth tans
qasatlons with to crjrsrtfo monoeylle.
bis. Both!" Or.iaa SB elaborate at
tSvs Initial meeting of th Junior League
of bar own Political Banality
"Ma, aoat Aran jaw wot
wnaa ron ara mi am I A woman
wka stays at ham ana tanas a
aaa ao nw
"ntaka a hoata. kt
Le tat aa4 o oat ana etteaa
aaowt naMea. tiger.
Mar poraoa mMWi
Tan bar no sght to ayaaa jsn
of aaa la the roaoon that
an aa rat
to oar for thorn,
n't know ntaaa
la always an
wka Ioh hot-
It was so dstagtrtful to hoar Mrs.
Belmont championing ths righta of
raea, of poor, hard-working-, down
trodden friend Husband, tbal I waa
ihbtoI to aak bar to explain liar posi
tion Tn mora fully. tti seamed a
bit surpriasd at my rquft
WOMIN WHO AMI MARRIED BUT
"Really, you know, te been advo
cating the ooorsVmlc IMopsmlrnc sf
tba married woman fur more than
twenty yaara," aha tolil in "And I
don't spak from thsory sjune. Rear
aa many dlssatlaftla, wlvee havs ap
pealed to ma to tfflVat a try out of
tkolr dlmouitsea Tbay bad Mills or
nothing; with wtilch to nergjiy them
selves, tlisy war toltif ti to aak
tftelr husbands for evsrf nanny, and
tbay found Ufa anything; bat nappy.
"Jnenrlsbly I Havs uraed! them to go
to work and obtain an income for
tbemaclrea. In practically every aaaa
where this advice waa pnratstently fol
lowed tho doHsstta alluatlnn was
afralfhtsnad ottt Only when thsrs
waa backsliding, did. Hie troubles recur.
"In France and ftermariv the mar
rlad woman baa aomo trgge-rarnlng oc
cupation as a metier of sours. If
ha and bar huaband ara young, and
thsra ara ona or mors stun children
and no elderly relative etallabl to
stay with them, the mother takes work
hoata. Otherwise ah gang to buslnssa
aa regularly aa her ftusoeml."
"But I thought M was) generally
rsoeo, i ooservso.
nourisbsd beat undac
of lbs moth jr." . , ,
'I-et her rare
Piled Mrs. Bel
she knows bow
have much time 1.
When they treenail rfaUeVn sUep a
grant deal, or will. If, they ara par- '
mltted to do eori AJ -toer grow older !
they spend an InrYeaafiig smount of
time at school or In outdoor play.
"I think rary often ths children
woald be better og if their mother
aa well aa their father was a wage
earner. More money would be oom
tag Into the family, which would
mean mars ant better food and
eiethee fm the yonngaters. They
wwald grow np nndar the ears ef aa
alert, np-to-data, ahemfal, eelr-re-
inatead of a do-
The rery fast that
stir with bar lit-
wonld probably mean that
aha gars them bar host and fraah
nt nll laaSsst at snowing them n
"There ara hundreds of poor women
on the east side who go out ererv day
lo work and teawe thai bablea In the
creches, tho day nurseries. There Is no
'luertlon but that these children receive
arc iin. sjamtsnsmnnffk
gf ' (sttT. gr ' aeenasnm
, , I
do not lift their KtrWl to a stroke of
work from one day's stid to snothor.
They aperwl their i. fternoone wsnsjorlng
throsgji ths nbogn, ajgMn g tn, prices of
"i.nge. They havn no hogMg to cere
for, ho children end no dUUsg of any
eort. hll" their lHMbHiid. ar working
ban to oKirt t!iem In Idleness.
If a woman waykh for bar bulkngs
et home arid really baynt Mm moner,
she shmild he paid for It cm a drtlnlt
baets, and not he compelled, fn beg fnr
what 1 due her. Jtut there la no proa
ent wsy of compelHur, s hnehmd to give
the iot hardworKltig lfe enytWng
ntfra than l.ord nrd (J.dtK-a nnd eome
lpaMi b' arasjag tran that rnn h. There
fore, 1 Any, let her e or k fornit amployer
Mia estu't hol.l lck ler v. . Hhe
W'llofUpl tKateano ht tin rrstft fni1tf.il
airseg of dotist8 dlaaenVon has been
PARENTS CAUGHT GOUGING
OUT EYES OF THEIR CHILD.
l ittle On? Tliey Wfre Training 21
nr-fxir niindt?J Before Me
rERHF.nr. Frsn.-e, Dee. 10 -A men
and wife llvlnr In the vlllaere of Have In
Otalonla erv v. aterdiy eairfTht In the
net of gouging out the eyes of their flve-yejr-old
.'l'.d with the object of rer.der
1n It pitiable and thus aher, to ob
tain aa a beggar more sympathy from
The rrsMenta of rhe vflma-e war at
tracts ty ths ehlld's screams, and
whan they arrived on the scene found
that It already had been blinded and
ortiarwise mulHlated. The man eund
women were arrested.
SAYS SUCCESSOR MADE
CHARGE THROUGH SPITE
J. B Merrill, Indicted in
QlMMIS, Attacks Smith's
Former IMstrlr t-Attorney John n.
Marrlll Of Queens fnunly, who Is tin
C.i r In ilctment with r r cm:, owner
and chauffeur on the rhnrge of seques
tering nnd harboring nn automobile
claimed by Mr. and Mr. Bert B. Clerk
of No. 7 Spencer place, Brooklyn, eur
rendered hlmarlf to "onnty Judfre
Humphreys In QuegHt r'ounty Court
"My el'ent," eakd Kdwnrd J. Maher.
appearing as counsel for Merrill, "haa
reed in ihe public prints that an Indict
ment has been found against htm. He
waa busy yesterday but appears hare
dow to answer to that Indictment."
Merrill was paroled In the custody of
h1a oourual and with the conaent of As
sistant District-Attorney John Hsrher-
Ingion an order wna entered allowing
lha Inspection of the minutes of the
Merrill was connael for Mra Hark,
who had a quarrel with her husband
while they were automobile riding,
which ended with her being stranded
In the car. Khn rauaed It to be put
rn the garage of Adam O. I Frlta
and had Merrill begin a stilt for a
sepnestlon. Whsrj she nnd )ier husband
became reconciled I bee aal.l they oould
not get I h4if automobile back.
According to Merrill. District-Attorney
Hmlth was moved by spits In tak
Um tho barwse me (irsiKl Jury he
. auae charges agalnat" fimlih, filed frith
ov. Dlx, hu l been Initlgitejl hy
rill. lilsirlct-Attorney tfroWh -said to.
day that he had aent the caan to the
police court three times and each time
it had bet.n thrown out. It waa taken
to the tlrarHl Jury onlv on the Insist
ence of Benjamin Oohn, the new law
yer for the t'larks.
I a. bt Carnesjle In (hill.
TAIX'HFANO, tnilli. Dec. 10. The
yacht Carnegie, which has been en
gaged In testing matmetls phenomena,
on behalf of the Carnerle Institute at
Washington, has arrived here.
of individual Independence nightly, may
Influence an entire neWhborhood toward
a ainer standard of living.
"Ton and I know thit the hoarding
hone.- and family hotels In this town
arn filled with hundred of wives who
But la it
they would get
lononanavt T naked.
(or the anmgsgeisjsjbe g. g,.,,,
irtarrtaga when she must 1 pai' prao-
leaky bar own naJary to hire a com
"Of roums not." conceded Mrs. Bel
uont. "That Woman would be mure
' tluable If ahe staved at home and at
i ended to tiousabsld affairs. On the
other hand. If we had more married
OU wage-earnere we might have
fewer sU-iolii- salaries.
HOW TO DO AWAY WITH THE
KXCUBC FOR SMALL WAOE8.
"tana of the most convenient excuses
t the employer v. ho pays W Organ smaller
wages than hs would pay men In sim
ilar situations la Ihst as soon sa ,i
woman really he ..in..-. wii-tli anything
ti him she throws ui) htr J.h to marry.
Than, he explains, he must train some
her girl, only to have her leave him
fur the earn reason In two or thres
an sea ffll
in i i
Builds You Up
Cures Colds. Bronchitis.
Asthma, all throat and
lung troubles. No alco
hol or dangerous drugs.
The Creditors Accepted
50c on the Dollar
And the Other Half Dollar Went Back
Into Hackett-Carhart Clothes
The above simple statement of fact tells the whole story
of the greatest selling event in clothes history.
It's a story that gains strength by investigation as more
than thirty thousand New York men will testify.
And here's something that may not have occurred to you:
That .the Hackett-Carhart sale is genuine thai it
really affords an average ona-half saving in the finest clothes New
York has to offer is proven by its ever growing patronage.
When the receivership was declared, stocks were in
preparation for a full season aiiead Some 50,000 garments
to be sold.
Of these, more than three-fifths have gone.
Stocks that would ordinarily have been ample for the
present season were exhausted several weeks ago.
Suits and overcoats intended for the late winter have
been forced on to-day's market.
And an army of skilled tailors have worked night and
day in order that the present stocks might be properly re
plenished. It it natural therefore, that the Hackett-Carhart stores
should now be offering fresher, smarter clothes more ad
vanced styles and newer fabrics than any other stores in
And it's equally obvious that you would be getting the
most for your money here even ware you to pay full regular
Your Choice of 25,000 Suits & Overcoats
the Newest Fabrics, the Latest Styles
at a Saving of from $5 to $22.50
This rare saving is yours in clothes that for more than
56 years have been the preference of well dressed New Yorkers.
It is yours in garments of every type and for every possible
Clothes for drew, business, college, motor, travel, school
and storm wear. All of more advanced styles and newer
fabrics than any other clothes in New York.
$15, $18, $20 & $22.50
SUITS & OVERCOATS
"Kven the growing boy at achool has
notion of a run n. an end whteh
hs hopss to attain by hla own SSr
Ions; exertions which will naturally
ontlnue through., r hla active life.
Why ahoulii not u .. eolmol ,. hava
altntlar am:, ill. ui? Th. teachers will
tH you that th glrla atani better In
Utah- stadiss Ulan in.- bo.: tn.it they '
ara father more Alllgent ami consrl.n. i
troug. I urge this, girls when they
"jeib thstr work alter leaving sehool, !
'0 take g real ami deep Interest In H
" yeaag woman should look
pea her chosen trsds or profsssloa
a mere interregnum between
smaool and marriage. Ifor should
ans new ths letter aa ths bs-all and
end -ail a bar esasteaca."
"But Jb you I:. Mi til- merage hus
"and wants Ills wife to work outside
bar homer I suggested.
'XK tours Ite Otiean't, simply becauet .
he's) aafrsM the nelgKMWs will hay he i
Safe gaip-ort her!' laughed Un He I '
nam. "Hut no JeU'lijic.. .lui to au. ,i
eaflT prejudices. An Intelligent hue-
band and wife, looking at th'.s mailer
' aa. r itSSSI.,, .1
"e w a Mt etr
$18, $20, $22.50, $25 & $28 $10 CA
SUITS & OVERCOATS -IpiO.OU
$37.50, $40, $45 & $50 07
SUITS & OVERCOATS $-. ' .OU
$22.50, $25, $28, $30 & $32.50
SUITS & OVERCOATS
$28, $30, $32.50, $35 & $40
SUITS & OVERCOATS
$32.50, $35, $40 & $42.50
SUITS & OVERCOATS
A smart Cuwakh model
for business. Knglish
Blucher all-eyelet laeeel
upper, stlish ami comfortable.
Alt Overcoat Sensation
Oh account of stock readjustments and certain late
mill deliveries, there's a line of overcoats at the Hackett
Carhart stores to-day that are the sensation of an already
The fabrics in these overcoats are identical with those
which the finest tailors are offering at from $65 to $75 a
Note the Hackett-Carhart price and the values:
One Thousand $35, $40 & $45 Silk- (aa
Lined Dress & Business Overcoats. . . . tyJ
They are very fine quality Vicuna finished worsteds
wonderfully smart and comfortable, and splendidly
The shades include Black, Oxford, Heather, Olive and
Brown mixtures in all the modish variations. The weaves
are smart diagonals and herringbones, and indistinct stripes
The models embrace the fashionable Chesterfields,
Semi-Form and Semi-Box Coats. London Split Sleeve
and Semi-Box Coats, London Split-Sleeve and English
Guards. With either velvet or plain collars.
Some are silk lined with pure dye. luxurious Mer
veilleux silk. And some have English Velour Body lining
with Satin Shoulders.
All sizes, for all builds of men from 34 to 46 are
S0I.I1 NOWHBRB RLSR
JANES S. COWARD
204-27 Greenwich St., M. Y,
.-.a, w.aasa .tssst
I Saad isr Caesmgao
VA Broadwsy 841 Broadway,
NearChtrobeit St. at Mil, St..
Opposite City 1 tall. Near Union Sq.
119 Writ 421 St., I Si Fait 125th Si..
Near Broadway, Near 3d Ave.
Open Evening. Open Evening!.
At Fountains A Elsewhere)
The OrlfrssJ and liaulne
The Feed-tJrlnk fer All Aft..
At restaurants, hotels, and fountains.
Delicious, invigorating and sustain gig.
Keep it on your sideboard at home.
Don't travel without it.
A trick hack prepared i0 nxhrats.
TakeswJsnitatiei. Jest say TKIRLKXS."
Hot in Any Milk Trumi
nag anal nar
Have You Seen It Yet?
Toyland, we mean. It's in our pleasant, airy, spacious basement.
A city that's at the heirht of its power rieht now. Little folks should
come with their parents to see the new toys, the pretty dolls, the fas-
iii-duug games, i imc iiics : vome to-morrow, or as soon as you can.
'Prom 8.30 to 1 2 Noon Wednesday
$1.50 Jointed Dolls
26-INCH FRENCH JOINTED DOLL
with hfiutiful curly hair, mov
Inn ey. liRlitwriKht f)Cr
paplfr machr body.... "iJa
JOINTED DOLLS DRESSED DOLLS
RAG DOLLS upwards m
fFrom 8.30to 12 Noon WednesdavA
98c Toy Pianos
12-KEY 'SCHOENHUT TOY PIANOS
clear tontj nicrly finislttd and
well madf; a gift rvrry child
will like. This piano is offrrrd
In every other store at jQq
Women's & Men's Silk Hose
WOMEN'S PURE BRIGHT SILK HOSE double tops, heels, soles or lisle
cX, b,ack ind 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 1.98
WOMEN'S SILK HOSE In beautiful desicnt of silk embroidery, figured
iff : 'n.b.ind.. 1.00, 1.25, 1.50, 2.25, 2.50
MEN'S PURE BRIGHT SILK HOSE all full regular made; In black and
fStJZ.'Ztt!'. 50c, 75c, 1.00, 1.25
WOMEN'S IMPORTED BLACK LISLE THREAD HOSE handsome embroidered
colored insteps. Three pairs in a holiday box. Regularly s ff
1.50, at l.UU
MEN'S FINE BLACK and COLORED COTTON SOCKS four pairs la eft
handsome holiday box. Per tox of 4 pairs OvrV.
Smoking: Jackets, Blanket Robes
i Me ' .ml Floor. I
SMOKING JACKETS In s large variety of double-faced cloths; corded
AT.. 3.98 to 10.00
BLANKET ROBES A present every man appreciates. We show an immense
assortment of latest patterns in correct Q Q Q$
Suspenders and Holiday Sets
MEN'S HOLIDAY SUSPENDERS special mountings in endless variety; well
OmWKXBOCt 75c, 1.00, 1.49, 1.98
MEN'S COMBINATION SETS consisting of pair garters, suspenders; 7Er
in handsome box. Set -rw
MEN'S SETS pair cable garters; pair armbands; In fancy CAf
boxes. Set awsess, vw
Dainty Gift Blouses at 5.00
Of Chiffon, Crepe de Ohine, Messallne, Bro
cades and Charmeuse. We have never in our
history assembled a gathering of Blouses that
possess more intrinsic worth than these. Naturally,
the variety of styles is most comprehensive, re
flecting the leading ideas by Paris couturiers in
Louis XIV. and Robespierre effects. Sizes 34
$2.95 Hand Bags, 1.95
Seal Walrus, Pin Morocco, Velvet Morocco
HAND BAGS with German silver and gilt frames;
Mlk lined; fitted with rurse and mirror. Also a
large assortment of CARRIAGE BAGS with metal
frames. All leather lined.
Children's Wonderland of Books
MOTHER GOOSE" large, handsome, cloth bound; every page
illustrated in black an white; six large colored pic- jjyr
"BOYS LIBRARY" by Ralph Henry Bsrbouri "The Half Back,' j A
"Four foot," "On Your Mark," "Captain of the Crew" and 44C
k., situ. D,.v,i;.-t,.i -t tn "as
11111 r 1 1 1 i,t , .inc., uu.ijiivu m tr . . .........................
Special Sale of Dress Fabrics
54-INCH ALL WOOC BLAQK HEAVY-WEfGHT COSTUME SERGE.) It. 00 & St .25
54-INCH ALL WOOL SCOTCH bUlTINUi. ? sSfl-a
54-1NCH ALL WOOL BOUCLE SUITINGS colors snd black
36-INCH SILK WARP CREPE DE CHINE.
36-INCH PLAIN 8c COIN DOT BUNNY SILKS
full range of colors, cream and black.
1 Reg. 5'Jc.
Pocket Knives, Scissors
PEN KNIVES stag and bone ,
handles; 2 blades
PEN KNIVES stag, pearl and bone
handles; 2, 3 and 4 40r-
SCISSORS SETS In leather cases;
3 and 4 pairs,
98c, 1.25, 1.49, 1.75 uP
Fancy Goods ygft
SHADOW TAFFETA GLOVE fi HAND
KERCHIEF BOXES medium -ysn
size; each J5C
SHADOW TAFFETA GLOVE 6c HAND
KERCHIEF BOXES large Air
HAND-PAINTED LINEN GLOVE AND
HANDKERCHIEF BOXES ASn
satin ribbon bow; each....
Women's Silk Petticoats.
Newest styles In Satin Messaline and Chiffon Taffeta, Including all the newest
colorings in plain and changeable ettrcts. suitable for street and evening
wear, rinisnea witn various pian-iqgs
1.98, 2.98, 3.98
Untrimmed Hats at 1.95
The 14 and 5 kinds. This is a manufacture r"s sample line of Black Silk
Velvet and Hatters' Plush Hals, with velvet facing. A variety of the best dress
shapes, including large, medium .1:1,1 small models; incomes, oblong and rolling
$1.50 Leather Novelties, 98c.
Collar Bags, Mirrors, Drinking Cups, Jewel Boxes, Manicure Cases, Whisk
Brooms, Tie Holders, coat Hangers, I inlet i.jse Rolls In tan suede; 3 piece
of hairbrush, comb
also Photo Frames
and Hat and Clothes
Brush In set, suit
able for traveling.
Join the S. P. U. G.
Society for Prevention of Jem (jiving
Special JrC4B on lsfu Glfls
Solid Mahogany Rockers
This style a:id an
other similar. Both
worth $9. Very
well made. A host
of Rockets and
Chairs of every
Early English fin
ish and design.
Very solidly built.
Kouna top, Jo
inches In diam
eter. Others of
kind at everv
J Si Ft t T J 1 1 I I I I I
r S . r ml 1 1 M
Combineon 'Book-Cast Desk,
Beautifully o r n a
mented and very
well made. Solid
finish, glass door to
bookcase and pret
tily shaped mirror
I2xt4 ins. on top.
Stands 70 Ins. high
and is 9 wide. All
sorts of desks and
D aJ-t. ITr . r a
27x54 In. Tapestry Ru SI.
36x63 In. Wilton Rugs 6.78
6x1 ft. Smvrna Rugs. la. 50
3x5.3 ft. "Bassorah" Rugs.... 6.78
Made of vegetable mohilr. look and
wear like Orientals. Excellent patterns.
3x5 ft. Mossoul Orientals. .. .$15.00
and i ifufiifJ stock of other
real Orimtals up to. ...... $325.00
Ever-: kind of FioW Covering, over
500 different rugs, shown on Dig r-
volving, illuminated racks.
Set . . .'1.39
1 4 rlsrs, of vsrr fine
Chins. Jlan.lsimelv rtsc
oruted, flural .lsn
I'innsr arts An. I dd
iiI.i-m for Hi. iaM In
rndlfs-i vsrlsty. I'r.'tty
tlitnss mak. s soi.tl
Pf fed ion "
U'i'll made In
Stoves, rn Jin
tore, etc., of
Sliding Couch, $4.35
Makes a couch and a single or double
bed. Spring of the new "Lincoln" link
fabric, guaranteed for to years. Mattress
and bolster in plain aenim or figured cre
tonne. Very substantially made.
Couch Beds. Sofa Beds. Davenport Beds
and Folding Beds of every style.
with h resn
Select Presents that are Useful and Good
Sofas, Parlor Suites, Upholstery, Glassware,
Servers, Pictures, Umbrella Stands, Gas Lamps,
Sewing Machines, Portieres, rUgs, Gas Stoves. '
Lot Us Open n Liberal Credit or
Charge Account 10 Off for Cash
for You Just as You Prefer
Prices Marked in Plain Figures on Every Article
ParK Row $ Chatham So.
193 to 205 ParK Row
22 1 2 to 2224 Third Avenue Cor. I2Ist St.)
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and Best for
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