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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY ID, 1919. 1
CLOTHES TO OBEY
WS OF FASHION
Tiphts Take the Place of Petti
coats, Dress Lining and
BACK TO 1813 STYLE.
Shirtwaist and Hobble Revolu
tionize Garments of the
Marguerite Mooere Marshall.
inr with U va1
To tb raeT-ke- wltt the NHnto
Wttt the iMf
And hiring duly promulgated theae
rlastaa- decreet, Dun Faahlon plana to
wo through liu ehattelr arrayed
ta a anion ault, a eereet and a draped
hefcwle frock. Ilka tba Enpreee Joeepa
laa af 1111 coma ta Ufa again.
"What will ttaw waarr naad to
tha grant question." according ta a
artbah trad (wnti. "Now this
laaty la eettaeeS la Importance by an-
laiaely. "What will woman not
TT Wi atroagly lam ant tha tan-
mt tha aieSera woman to go un-
Tha rteerd of faahloa during
at yaara baa baan llttla mora than
a areeeae at allmlaetion. Ona gar
maat aftar another baa baan discarded
by woman, aad a aaw eaea have baan
K Bounded a atartllng that I de
cided to aaek varHloatlon and further
datalle llkawlea a prophecy af tba fu-
tare. All thane thlnga I obtained from
Morrl Aron, who la In charge af a
Fifth avenue eatabllahmant and edit
a prominent faehlon macailne.
EXCITING PROM1CY OF A MAN
Mr. Aron la alao eec rotary of the
Draaamakara Protective Union of
America. Aad I'm going ta put hie
prophecy Brat, because It la maat exciting.
-be will wear a aaioa twit, tha
lew part la the form af wgrMa.
ha will wear a email eeraei with
ceaaparatlvelj few bonaa. t ad aha
wUl wear a tleei nttta- eae pteei
daaaa, wttt a Tory alight or area ae
waajrlag only tbeee three
Speechless, I cased at air. Aron.
who talked calmly on.
"I believe that the underwear In
iluetry haa fallen of 71 par cent In
tha laat three yaara, particularly that
part of It whloh apaclallaea In petti
ooata. Of couraa. union tuit are more
popular than aver, but lacy, ru fried
lingerie la a drug en the market Tha
women cant wear It with tha praaent
etylee aad. therefor, they won't buy
It Underwear la dead.
The change didn't come all at one;
am that It began at leant tan yaara ago.
I thank tha Brat thing to go waa the
flannel pettttooet Furnaoee, rather
tmah fawblan, dictated the decline of
tfeS artiaie of wearing apparel, ao be
ef abe laat generation. It waa
la hornet where atovee
for heating aad tha floor
always aald. Witt the wide in t ro
of areata heat and furnaeea
Ity far the heavy flannel
aad eo did the aktrt
or THI on KM
truck the knell of
that 1mm natty
lata general uae
M tw iiaetoitil that a bodice eat
Mnaa would It excellently
tmlabtim or ovtn a fitted
That did away with tha lining
aad eleevea, aad aeon aftar
Id waa tetrad that unllned sklrta oeuM
tlereu year aa?e the one-piece dreat
fay ovarytfay wear auddenly eame ta
tha Croat It had alweya been worn,
of oowae. but for aeveral yeare pre-
vteut the Ullerad ault. with the
numeroua aeeiaeorlee needed to make
It amort waa the moat popular in
formal eeetume. With tha audden lm
petue In the wearing of tha oha-pleoe
frock came a decline in the trade In
separate belt and collar. For tha
na-place dreee waa usually made up
with collar and belt attached, to In
jure quick adjustment and neat flnlah.
"The aaddea aad ewlft popular
ity ef the oae-pteee freak Is la tt
eelf a proof that the entire dreee
movement of recant yeare haa
bee toward elmpUaaatloB. If the
eaetamar baa been glad ef the
oka nee to aave material la maklag
garments, wemaa baa welcomed
tba opportunity ta tave time la
Vhetr a tjusfntn.M .
"The collarIte Mouse, at well at the
raea nlfe' frock, hail u ehare In lessen
Ing l lir use af the separate alock,"
"HutHj." ii t Mr. Aron.
"T.Vio 1'iilUrli or Kutch neck flnlh
waa Intrndiiced about five yeara ago,
iind made a tremendous appeal to wom
en hi were tired of apolllng their
nacke for evening gowna by high, tight
pilar In t Uayttme. They wel
comed the blouse with the low, flat
collar iittiehed. or with no collar at all.
and stonpei buying ribbons or linen
stocks nnd eallulold or whalebone collar
support. At first the cottarWve Mouse
waa Paly worn during hot wr-ither. but
women baceminv need to leaving their
Uireats uneo-'ered found that they
could eaelK do no during the winter
months. Your.'; women with round,
plump threats stopped buying collars
And than V aron explained the most
ontafltln-ii auppncslon of all, that uf
"When the hobble skirt came in, three
year ago. the in let-skirt went out."
"Csse T. Tirhlg Stood . Nickel.
Osats Drei. Is. ft. Ad.i.
wgajj (THOU I-
ha declared, succinctly. "The two were
Incompatible Women atoaajad wearlnf
three pettlcoala thn decided tliat two
was one too many, then took to tight
Now every ecneIHe woman who makes
an effort to be In style end wear a
narrow aklrt, sears tights under It snd
"Aa other reason for the epp res
ale of luaarlona naderwear Is that
the eminently practical womaa of
to-day want to pat her money where
It will show. lasts' of eoateatlag
herself with silk lingerie aitd two
sew frocks a eeaaoa, eke very
eeaalbly oate dowa bar lingerie
Mil aad bays four dreaaee and aa
"And. hy the wav," added Mr. Aron.
'during the laat two or three aeaiinna
millinery has been affected hy the yen
eral movement toward elimination and
simplification Kv-n dress hats, In
stead of being lon.le.l doB with trlm-
mlnge. have shown a alnjrl large plums
or a wrfalh of flowers Many lints last
summer were made up IB'toitt wire.
over very sheer lining And the Int
est thing thla winter Is the mall hat.
untrlmmed aave for a single cockade In
"Two years ago ths very general
adoption of the habit skirt did away
with the leather or silk belt. Last
summer Parisian women with alight
flguree left off their corsele "
GETTING GRAY? USE SAGE TEA TO 1
RESTORE NATURAL COLOR OF HAIR.
Say.s Sage and Sulphur Dark
en" llnir Beautifully and
Hair thai loses It rotor end I tut re,
or when it fades, ttirnt Bray, dull aad
lifrleaa, ia caused hy alack of sulphur ia
I he hair, sayt a well-known local phar
macist. Our grandmother made up a
mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur to
keep hrr lucks dark and beautiful, aad
even today this simple preparation hat
no eriifll. Millions of wnmen and men
too who value that even color, that
lieatitiful dark shade of hair which it to
attractive, use only Sage Tea and Sul
phur. Nowadays we are not bothered with
the task of gathering the sage leaves
anil the massy mixing at home. Simply
ask at any drag store for a lo coat
bottle of the ready-to-nse preparation,
called " Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Hemedy." Customers like this beat be
cause it darkens to naturally, to evenly,
that nobody can poetibly tell It hat been
applied. Reside, it contains Ingre
dient which take off dandruff, stop
scalp itching aad falling hair. No. it
Isn't a dye or even like It You just
dampen a sponge or toft brush with
"Wyrth't Stge aad Sulphur" aad draw
it through your hair, taking one email
strand at a time. By morning the gray
hair diaappeart; after another applica
tion or two it it restored to itt aatural
What delight the ladies with Wyeth'a
Sage and Sulphur it laat beside beauti
fully darkening the hair they say it
bring back the gloat and lustre and
give it an appearance of abundance.
5.00 Coat Sweater Free!
gfl Hy - .sraw LbV
get. Jmi HJ Hg
m h 4Bk
On account of retiring from the Gents' Furnishing
business in my Boston store, I was compelled to take
twenty dozen sweaters which were ordered earlier in
the season. 1 am sending -these to my New York
store, and to each customer ordering suit or overcoat
we will include a sweater with the purchase.
PFtTlAI ! 16-oz. fine wale Blue Serge. Can-
than 2S. I am taking orders. Suit to yt
A mouaand styles of Worsteds, Cheviots and fine
Tweed suitings, to order, in all the popular shades.
These goods would sell regularly for 20
and up. My price, including J5 Coat $tf
Sweater free 1V
Genuine Johnson's Kerseys, one of the best brack ker
seys in the market, made up any style overcoat, with
or without velvet collar, including $5 Coat $1 A
Sweater free. Overcoats to order V
I have 125 pieces of Wanskuk black and blue clay di
agonals. These goods are as staple as wheat, and
have been sold by me at a price "f S25 since 1 have
been in business; but I have a great quantity at this
season, which I am putting in at a price e
of, including $5 Sweater free, to order ....
Mi to h to. 1 1 THE TAILOR II 1431 Broadway
I W 1 1 LVa I I Wll FROM RnSTflN Cnrner 40th Street
- oWWtae' waa-eavj
Corner 40th Street
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK SATURDAYS 10 O'CLOCK
am a n eue ar
Atl)Q W to $1,000,
UmMr tSJjT k SMALL ACCOUNTS ESFtCIALLY INVITED.
1 1111111 1 K-.rt ... fi - j-.
OCtbDl I.OiL A-. Otftk vt
eJUStUlUCH. QUI ftl 00$t.
act five yon
full of y
your aceaunt wlUtont aatra
. We atrotact yoor la rally
agialntt tntelorf .
Yon may ape am acrwont wttn
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL II O'CLOCK
Newark, N. J.. Store. 49 and 1 Market Street It Without Ajit Extra Crevte af Any Kind.
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Wa Omaai AcraanU From
ly wa wi
Continuation of Our Mammoth Clearance Sales
Praaent Unparalleled Money-Saving Opportunltla. Convince Youreelf By T,B.-iBaf
rkllD DDirr6 adit ii unvc TUP lOwPST
r 5Tq i i n i Yt if-si ;."Ytit wBS g i
Golden oak fin
ish, highly pol
baaa with heavy
Two top drawer,
one lined for eil-
ai vr e long art
or, 2 cabinets.
t e I e e aar
est ta tar
it wa wUl
lr t w a a r
O It O A N
IN HI ALL
W K M I L t
Ml I I. t B I Ks-ii NO BED TAPE.
NO xl'HINI.M TO Till Utt'U.
NO KXTKA t'HABOB UV ANY KIND.
ly well made,
el anient five
ANOTHER WEEK OF OUR GENEROUS STAMP OFFER
DOUBLE frtfTR ADINGST AMPS
ON ALL PURCHASES MADE THIS WEEK
DOUBLE &K TRADING STAMPS
ON Al l. rtVsr.MH MADE ON At ( Ol NTH DVBWO THJH WEEK.
fag will receive double slamns oa rag first naj aeeat oa eneala aa sc. sent.
Vuu will receive deuble starapa all nar merits made ea erreeeli at oar
off Ire. Tlile applies nut ONLY to paraeeate whlrb are ana. bat U aeed oa aar
fulure patuteele hlrta ou are able to niae durtaa thla week. THIN OFYEU
1IOKH MOT AI'I'I V TO MAIL KEUITTANC Ea.
SALE OF HIGHEST GRADE ENAMEL STEEL BEDS
. .!. ir.ii 4ii . I,. ore reiirrseturd. but nl one er twa af a wallera.
$5 Continuous Post Steel Bed, I $b Continuous Pott Steel Bed, I $8 Enamel Steel Bed,
Kui tlv sm illuelralfil: t -ontlnuune ixele.
-iii' It. rtiilnhid with II null of liurd
balLrd rimilirli Ima alruuc flllloS
rMl I hlcll 4TlwH flllUll.
HtNt.y niillnuoue pmiU with hrair nil
iim rt-tUi t int
In uil mid itMit
btikrd hIiIIc rntiurl
. dei oraleil I tuels la i imisU aad fill.
Head OO la. talrh. Best faah. A new design
Thla hraiillliil enamel heel has hearr
newa is laeaee
i. Ueet baked nlUte
WORLD WANTS WORK WOWDERS
a,- 'a, - f ..r--...., , .
BIKER AND HEGBMeAN DRUG STORES
The Secret of Popularity
to make the
best of their
and how to
is a fine art.
To know of a surety the
very best kinds to use
that is the secret of
the power to attract.
First of all, the tint of the
Dovvder should blend oer-
fectly with your own flesh tones. Powder that is too
dark or too light is plainly noticeable. Riker's Dres
den Fare Powder is fine, clinging, perfectly tinted,
invisible, and is made in six tints to suit every com
plexion. Just ns a good fare powder is n necessity in making tlic careful
toilet, so it good cold crenm is needed before the pottdei is used
and afterward to thoroughly remove all 1 races of it when the
day is over.
A small quantity of Riker's Cold Cream spread lightly over
face and neck t ill make the powder adhere more closely and
give a softer effect. It will a'so serve to protect the skin from
exposure to the weather.
At the end of the day the powder must be removed from all
the little pores, if vou would preserve jour skin's beauty. At
best soap nnd water can only cleanse the surface oftheskin.
Riker's Improved Cold Cream, lightly massaged into the skin,
gets way down deep into the pores. Then rubbed off with a towel
or wash-cloth it brings with it the last vestige of powder ns well
as the impurities gathered through the day. Thus you may be
sure your skin i safeguarded.
After exposure to cold, wind or sun the skin should always
be cleansed itb Riker's Improved Cold Cream before soap and
water are used.
Hiker' Dresden Face Powder
it recommended to you because it s
generously fills all the requirement
of a perfect face powder. Made in
til tints, it often ypu opportunity
to exactly match your own flesli
tones. These tints are white, fleth,
pink, dark pink, brunette and eve
ning. It is very delicately and pleat
Riker's Dresden Fare Powder. . . 2Sc
Riker's Violet Exeelais Face
Powder it the iillra-drsirablc among
powders. It hat the fragrance of
the true out-of-doors violet. Made
in flesh, brunette, pink and white.
Hiker's Violet Kxrelsis Face Pow
Rikers Improved Cold Cream is the purest of cleansers
always sweet, no mutter how long it Is kept. AIwhj s effective,
making tile skin scientifically clean and delightfully soft. Made
from purest ingredients only. Tube. I5c; Jar, 25c. 50c. 75c.
The Pleasure of Individual Service
so rare in most shops is delightfully revealed in our Reauty
Parlors, at 6th avenue and street. TJiis personal interest
would seem essential in the care of y.iur hands, of your hair,
the details of iniissage. Yet evidently it is unus'ua.. Our
patrons claim they would come nny distance just to get this
" individual treatment " wc civ them.
On your very first visit to our Rcauty
Parlors your individual needs are care
fully considered and you are then treated
accordingly. When you come back as
most every one does for years and years
after you are recognized und your special
requirements are remembered und entered
. Our manicurists, hairdressers, chiropo
dists, masseuses, each one is an expert
with years of expcrii .ce.
The rooms themselves urc so bright and
cheery, every bit of work by daylight.
And each department is provided with
every modern sanitary appliance and every
comfort and convenience.
Our Prices Are Reasonable.
Manicuring, 35c Hair Dressing. T5c
Shampoo. 5Cc and 75c
Gray Switch (all shades). 3 stems. 20
inches long, regular 912.00 QQ
Beauty Parlors at Riker & Hegeman Drug Store, 3rd
St. & 0th Avenue. Hair department also at 15 Wsl 84th
Quick, Simple Relief
for colds, bron
croup, sore throat,
speaker's throat, ca
tarrh, etc., afforded
by Simplex Inhaler.
Invaluable in the
Price 35c. 1.50 up.
are possible to any one who will
properly care ' for them.
ueorge s Corn
They sliu into
place ami all pain is allayed.
Joharm Hoff 's Malt Extract
food in cases
needed for the
the body, giv
cinliy is it valuable tor
t Tawal HeVH axeaWawnaeWeleT'
Candy That Is Good for Little Folks and
The little folks' love of candy is a prrfct lly
natural appetite, and pure candy, in n;i.Mn.il tic
quantities, they most assuredly should have. l'
unconsciously, too, they have established for 0
standard in candy-making.
One unfailing test of good candy is tlx lillre
folks. Candy that is good for them you can be M I
is of a quality that will please you. Riker's Pv.'fct
Chocolates are "perfect" for the cliiblnn.
Riker's Perfect Chocolates "JE! v
nchicvciiK lit n
candy-making, pure, wholesome, delicious and Moderate 1
priced. A most uncommon assortment of the widest variety.
Many flavors that are old favorites, with many new flavors
C h o c o lates
they have be
come a habit.
To new ac
quaintances they are a new
Best of all,
we can guar
antee to vou
purity. W e
how and where
they are made
by Guth of
and we would
take each one
of our cus
t o m e r s
if we could.
That would be the surest way to convince you that Riker's
Perfect Chocolates are the kind you will thoroughly approve
at the price. Only by buying them can you know.
Riker's Perfect Chocolates, 60c value the pound, 3c.
40c Worth of Candy for 29c
Take a Box Home for Sunday
Anywhere else you can think of you would pay 40 cents
for the box of chocolates which we offer you, Saturday only,
for 29 cents the pound.
So unusual is the value in this candy, and so small is the
margin of profit that we cannot afford to make this offer more
than one day a week. Take at least a pound home for Sunday.
SAT I RDAY ONLY 40c Chocolates ;
the pound Jd
ta eauTi - Jkxm
from the cold, biting, winter night winds. A lit I lc cxtru caution
will shield you from colds which m:iy lend to gripte, pneu
monia, etc. Paper Vests, mufflers, lung protectors, chamois
vests these arc health insurers in this weather. We have a
complete Hock, manufactured hygienieally Trom the bpst ma
terials. These materials are selected by experts every piece is
exact Iv rifht. They are manufactured under our direction and
.supervision, ami we know them to be made right. Best of all,
for you, they are sold direct, with only a small percentage
profit ahovc cost. Only at Riker and Hegeman Drug Stores
can you buy Cold Weather Garments of such quality and
excellence for such low prices.
light in weight,
easy to wear.
Make the body
warm and com
fortable. All sizes.
Usual price 7jc.
Vests Hade of
best quality im
skins. Very warm
A sure protection
in sudden expos
lire to cold and
dump. All kisM
for women, men,
boys. 1.9 7 up
o r s Recom
mended in the
n c s s. Various
styles and designs.
In wool, felt,
sizes. . 29 C up
Felt Vests -
value in these
widely used glr
quality felt, warm
Special values as
long as they
From 1 .8 T up
are essential to perfect health
in Cold Weather. If you
would keep troll in these try
ing morths. be
suit- your feet nrc
keep the feet
warm. So con
they act as. walls
for the soles of
the feet, keeping
in the body heat and prevent
ing its ub.iorption by the cold
As a protection against wet
and dampness, insoles have
many advantages. They urs
convenient, not cumbersome,
do not draw the feet, do not
Hair Inaoles Sc the pair
Cloth and Felt Inaolct. 10c " "
Cork ahd Hair Insoles. 10c " "
We tklp (sode hj
T a r 1 fill
aad whenever thr
.ur Mall Onlsr
Uritt.. IU!I W.
attb Bh watt,
star seal lauaut
rones la a elat.
You Are Safe When You Buy At
Cure Your Cold
at once, be
fore it has a
chance to be
There is one
sure way to
do it and a
no m at terl
what kind the
cough is the honr-,
cougn; tlic tight hurd one; the
terrifying, croupy paugh of a
child Riker's Expcctoranc
will relieve it.
Trial size, 25c.
Family size. 60c.
Telephone your orders to ths nsarest RiksiHcfjsman store.
the beet knowo
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