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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 18, 1919
AGREES 10 CUI
But to Put Its Stock on the
Frcef List Would Invite
WASHINGTON, Jan. R. Th. free
sugar plan of tho Housa lumn rati,
regarded h- leader an on of the vir
tually aaaurd features of the tariff
ravlalon programme of tlie coming x
tra aaaalon of Conjrrese. o far aa the
Houaa la concern!, foeuaad attention
en to-day' hearing before tha Hnuee
Way Mid Moana Committee. Wlt
naaaaa war presant representing tha
American Sucar Refining Company,
wltt Acting Pretldent Edwin P. At
kins aa I Us spokesman, tha beet augar
and other Intarcata.
Tha Ilouae clalma that placing augar
on tha free Hat may aava American
consumers f 1 lC.OOO.ono annually, while
the Republicans, charging that free
augar would surrender an Important
Industry to foreign Importers, assert
that It wo.ild deprive tha Government
o' more thnn l.'C.OOO.OOO revenue.
Mr. AtVlm. In his testimony, con
tended that abolition o.f all duty nn nil
augar would cause the termination of
the Cuhan reciprocity treaty, utidrr
which (Julian eutrari get a preferential
rate of per cent., and Cuhn Klvns pref
erential rates of 20 to 40 per cent upon
goods coming from the t'nlted Hates.
He also dec a red that free sugar would
open the t'nlted States market to tlis
Importation of refined beet sugars from
l.urop upon the same tor:ns as raw
sugars In C nnpetltlon with d - tic re-
The American Sugar Refining Oom
panjr," said .Mr. Atkins, "wishes to be
i ccorded In favor of a reduced tariff
upon Sugar, It Is our be!. of that a
madTaU r.dia-ilon. which Is n it en
great as to rnl.insvr the domestic stul
Insular industries, or to reduce such
source of supply, would accrue fro the
hcnerlt t f the con-umer and would
. neither Increase foreign values on raw
material nor inertia,- the refiner I mar
Kin of profit per pound.
"We ! opposed to the abolition of nil
duty n6n fUKr, fir t.iu toll iwlng
'll wool! si once destroy one of the
rgu t sou-.'es of revenue, so ne $.,-
',050, for Ills SUMItUtlOB of wh' ch no
itrision mi .ieen mid.
'II I Hist Ul termination of the
'u in rsjlftreally treaty, under toe pro
tvttljlil . nlllctl a preferential ra'.o of
; i .i i-led to ('uljn . m.irs,
1 1 r ih preferentlaj rates upon
ii.ii .. iro n the United Suites of
. ' to M ptr cut. Under this treaty, tha
j nlu t "ii buys practically ail th
ICi t.v I 1 1 1 crop at a Dri.-e considerably
(under t iv a ,r!d' parity, and sends to
t'u'ia in exchange upward of sixty million
dollars' worth of merchandise, th
greater past of which was formerly
i nported .:otti Kurp.
"JPra su;ar would open the tnlted
staum marsteti to the Importation of
refined bt s iswrs from Europe, upon
exactly the same te-ms as raw sugirs
In competition with domestic refined,
gnd we should expct to ee. as fonnerlv .
Urge imports of this class of srnutalud
sugvr from Oerninny and Austria,
"Kree sugars, while present production
Is maintained," he said, "would fl-;
prl.-e here so low as to destroy the
Lioulslana Industry east of the Mis
sissippi Itlvsr depress Porto Rlcan an i
Philippine sugars far below their pro
duction cos;, and make Hawaiian pro
duction unprofitable, thus largely cur
tailing our present sources of supply.
"On"e this production Is so reduced."
declared Mr. Atkins, "foreign prices
would advance until domewtlr producers
could enter the field sgxln; and menn
whlle dlsister would he Mdegprend,
nnl ctnsuT.cTs would get but a t.-n-pornry
PHILLIES SOlTaT LAST
TO LOCKE'S SYNDICATE.
Stck nf National I MgUC Club Pof
ma'.ly Turrul fiver by C.
PHILADELPHIA. Jar. II, The
Philadelphia National League 'luh Wat
sold to-day by Charles P Taft of Cin
cinnati to a syndicate headed by Will
Locke, tho former eecretary of the
Pittsburgh Huh. Lok will be presi
dent of the new cluh. and his l.acknr'
have announced that he will have gbSO
lute and GORiplttt charge of th tonm
Lorko announced thnt Charley Dooln
would continue oh m.itiairer.
ivery dotnil of the purchnso was at
tended to In advance, and the inoetlim
to-dav wis merely to have the stock
turned over officially to Lmkn and far
the formality of appointing various
men as his associates in the new Bf
l.ocke stated that Iwvld Snyder. Ml
I father-in-law. would pfobgbly he SlSct
' ed secretary -treasurer of the ciuh.
REAL ESTATE MEN FILL
Handler of Long Island Prop
erty Is Put on Trial for
Th C ImlMl Trinch of ti fliiprm"
"iiit WM PfOWdtd n-,,iv '!tlt PKi rr
tit lnMlOff jhwI Ofwmofti MtfCNII t
I - hoffl I : . 1 if ii r II. flAfllMOtt, prfwM'n.t frf
Ui JAOttsKMl tstfOthfft' Urnlty .rnpT ,
Wlftdf no. uly a Rl 111 lotl ScUzrn m Ijohk
t-1iti1 proprrl v Jtt4SlffOfl n on Irtiil I r
for JtiBtl'f '3ofT on on of two I rirf i 1 -:nfnt
PBt fTcii(l loiHMQy Ut4 Air.ilM.tt
him 1!t .Tilly. Onp rf tti !nf11ptnintfs
!r. inllllonnlr' mnnufrtiirrr of fw
ton. Mr , of liv.ono, jrivrn htm to lnvf 5t
In lnno around fr--(1rn !ty. Th othf
Inolrtnmnt ohfirpTo" Jnkwon with the
theft of Ifi.WO hc-lnndxinx to CV M?,ry
"Plffln Of Akrn, O. Fnlfo Tfproiontft
t.nn 1 fhnrx-'! In both lnJ!ctmtitc
ArVslntiint rMirlrt-Attorn; Nott
moVOd tho trial of J.-.rkann on th "rlf
ntl UWItOttnOflt tn-il:i,y (r toM thrjury
Jri'knon hal purflinil fi numlpr of
aor of Inn 1 at WOOl llafnpttOMrd In
Tin fnll nf 1910 at $2,1!0 an aorit an.I
bf fnlo reprntatl(nN miq.Ip KhoOt Ifl
u ronton! with 'him In tho tlOlU pny hint
nn arr for tho pr-nrrty.
Mlti Oilffln mM .Tn-kHnn mv h--
ftlnwinK AtwOOntl of hit romt y Imil
hAM, t M nn hor tho proj f rllew lie IHUI
bought COttla bo nld nt profit of
11,094 .-in in it Th IhimI, nttinmnh v.il-
j u I iftcftOOfl Jit $21.1, 7"' v ,m MIOOO"
j .fi' n I . MM u, dor fOfCChMltlffl 01 li".
I 'on th- i moon t of H"' monoofv
I AOOOrdlM ! M- Nott'r -t..ry ,l. k
I toil utlllzod a pOtl Of wninnii, lluth V.
itf n dummy Iti hit rol tttOtt
tratih.u tlottft. It Is allrgod roal rutatt
trnnsferrod In her iiimo nover roall v
left t5i control of Jackson Urother.
Jamvn W. Ontiorne, formor Aftnliitant
Iltrl t-Attornoy. 1 dofmillnn Jackfrtn
Kf-taror rifitf Ofioo.
niOHMlNilToN', 111.. Jan. tV &!
1 UM A 1 .. IfflMM ! In Ilia tfilntng
btlMOftt in AHtOflOi pl-adcd nu,Hy yot-
tefda to two otunti ot Intlottntntt
ehtffftnff coot pi lolly with toJBtillni ami
th social evil. He tfftt fined $2&0 on
pH h tOtjOti
Breaks a Cold in n Day
m ( nf- AOf f'nntib That 1 i (irnble.
Nnltd llnrtnr t-'nrmula.
"From nur it rii rprl t to onnoof o'
rsirm itrd hilf nn tOMt ;iobf Pln
loniootifit (Conttotvotot Plot l Tkf
ttif ir Incrfdlfntu hnm n"1 put thm
Into a half pint of annd whltkcv. Tad
'.Tim to tiro taanpoonfuU after rh mo I
anrl nt ho ltlm. Bmallor dnpoii to hi
aorordlng; to ato." Thin n th bt fornri
la known to ''lono. Thor ar mn
"hpfr prpratlonB f la rjro rpmntlty, but
It don't pay to xpfrtTtnnt nlih bi rold.
Ho nur t-i Ro t only tho nnttlnr (Jlobo Plot
Compound (CtOetnlfOttfJ Pl0t)i Knob ttlt
niint'r botllfl SOOIM In nonlod tin nrrrw
top me.. If your trottltl teOi not hnv
It In tttork h will a-t tt iilliUly irooi bl
OhoieOtlg htOtti T h la Iir. tOtO piibtlilird
horr overy Oltlttf lor nit yor nnd thu
inli nt fonllltt know Ita valua. I'uh -lahvd
by t hp II lobe l'har:na'oiit l al l.nn
ornttirloa of Chhniro Advt.
A Pure Aluminum Eyeglass or
Spectacle Case, 25 Cents.
The low price ef this ense must not be taken as an indica
tion of if quality. It i staunchly made, as handsome as it
useful; is '., of the weight of the ordinary case, and is just the
riht size for the pocket.
This high-grade case is ,-i new feature of the excellent
Harris service -a representative Harris product, to be ob
tained only at our stores.
You will take pleasure in carrying and using it.
When sent by mail, the price" is 30 cents (stamps).
n hast lord St. mar fourth Ave . . m,. iilsle ol New Jersey I
ThfM yrnrs aSO mv lilllc girl. AnRrls.
t:ikrn rich ith I he KSriei fever sml
Inter dropiy set in. her face an.l limhs
s i-li i and her eyes puffed. A lending
diysirian here at. the time, treated her
without Hie slightest IDOCSSS, A nmple
of your Sam-Hoot kSVlD hern left at
the house al the time. I resolved to try
it, and u. it agreed with her stomach I
continued using it with grateful results.
Tlic inflammation hegau to lUbsilM after
h had taken the firt fifty-cent bottio,
and after she took tWO large botUof she
was pronounced cured hy the doctor and
lias I n in good health ever since. The
doctor came to sre her every day and ex
amined her every second day until he
pronounced her kidneys in perfrrt condition.
Now then the doctor ss under the
impression that I was giving my girl hil
inedii (tic. hut a his medicine had failed
I to do a hit of food, and desiring not to
offend hinti I did not tell liim I was giv
ing her Swamp -Hunt and he did not
know Ihe difference. I did not use one
drop of Ins medicine after I started my
girl on Sw amp-Hoot, and have ulsvnys
fell that Dr. Kdmer'a Swanm-Koot
a veil my (.iris life, for which I am
I cannot praise It too highly.
Very truly .
Mils MARY BYRNE.
New Brunswick, N. J.
i VV. 84th St . but. 5th and 0th Aves
r,. tct ItBth -i , rn-ar Lenox Ave
Hi Coluilllill. Ave , Slst end Sd S(s
70 Nassau St . near John St
1009 Brosdwsy, near Willo'hy, Bklvn.
MS Fulton st'., opp ,. A . Ilklyn.
.M7 Brosd St., nca.' Hshne!. Kewsrk
Mrs Mary Hyrne, bwn duly sworn
by me, according to law, on her oath
siilh I hat the above statement made lay
me is just ii nd t rue.
MRS M RY BYRNR.
Sworn and lubscritied to before ne
I his Kith day of July, A . I ) . I00W.
MARGARET l. O'UON M I.I.
Sen i i-A
READY -TO WE.
The Great Bargain Event of the Year,
When Former Prices Are Forgotten, .
and Bargain Records Are Broken
Almost 10,000 Overcoats and Suits in
Every Desirable Style, Fabric and Color
$45, $40 & $38 Overcoats & Suits now $19.50
$35, $32 & $30 Overcoats Si Suits now $16.50
$25, $22 & $20 Overcoats & Suits now $13.50
$18, $15 Si $12 Overcoats & Suits now $9.50
279 BROADWAY, NEAR CHAMBERS STREET LiROADvYAY, A; 49th STRKET
UNION LQUARE, 14TH ST.. Near Broadway 47 COR LANDT ST., Near Ureenvich
125TH STREET, CORNER THIRD AVENUE- OPEN EVENINGS
I t IT 0
Dr. Kllnitf & Co.,
K ti 'hjuni (in
I rovf Uhut Swinp-Roo'. Will Do lor Yon
Krnd Ur. K.iui'T & u , Uititf liAtn
: ton. N. N for h lampte bottle, It will
i rouvinri! nnyonvs You will Ltlto racdvc
n Imnklf, til vntuftblc (nfornieitlon. telllnn
nil nboul ' hr kidnvy Rnd blwldw WhsMi
writltiftt I" uri and mention th N"w
York Kvming World, RejraUr rf t -eenl
tnd ini-dollnr lite bottlti fr -hIc
al all drill, itorec,
ml . PW-.eMME
Gcnlle. Quick. Safe.
lop nil toftAUdna whT" ,.,t:i is pri'tulaent
iin'j-,i -iirs, tn urttiKM. in-titi tr opri ai
r!iuinailni voiiti norroonifMi inrtriiuniu
r i ullar t- wnrnnij We.-
fVol H ' i iimtfrif . tuimuanl nt h,bil fttrmwr,
At All Drug
Thc're you will find ;t Striking
display "i Automobiles "i ever
make and description, Vou vill
learn something "t the oyi and
comforts that are Inseparable from
the ownership "t t Motor iar,
n .m want a brand new (jr, at
regular price, buy one.
if you prefer i good car thai has
been silently used :'nd ihat n a . he
Bonwit Teller & Co.
Will Close Out
75 Women's Tailored Suits
Formerly up to 45.00
Mad' of broadcloth, chrvren, diagonals, two-lours, vrlvit trirrmrd
.SO Women's Tailored Suits
Formerly up to 49. SO
Made of velveteen, rlour He latnr and bioadilotli in a variety
.30 Women's Tailored Sui ts
Formerly up to 75.00
Two and three piece models, of broadcloth, ratine and various
75 Women's Street Coats
Formerly up to 35.00
Made of chinchillas, mixtures and striped novelty fabrics.
.30 Women's Velvet or Cloth Coats
Formerly up to 49.50
Made of velvets, broadcloth, chinchilla, Persians, boucle and csracul
20 Women's Evening Wraps
Formerly up to 75.00
Made of brocaded chatmeuse, broadcloth, velvet and charmeuse in
Velour and Chiffon Plush Coats
Formerly up to 110.00
In smart street or afternoon models. Many handsomely embroidered.
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
just compMtdi ins dlscloaad nuny cnort
cinls ami broktfl lines In our enormous
stock which must he movM tins montn, rctore our rrK pnrcnim
srrivr. It may hi- that the very pieces (or which you hive hern looking
are among these At any rate, a visit to our store at this time is "ounil to
Don't Let the Question of Payment liother You
We esten.l you ere.lit in a business way MM m business basis -NO
FAVORS, NO STRINGS. N0TBINC that will in any way offend your
sell-respect In asking for it.
Be Your Own Salesman. Plain I iyure Tags on Everything.
in Mil ill
ii j id L.ir
Chin Closrl. I.'l
Inches w I it o ;
i . . nan, at .
All lii In lorn. Trrnrh ulHlf
IHt 1st MMbM lur 29 98
Nrrilns TaMsi " tnihrs
!SSf 1 11.98
(fnilltK w' in
lh I e-iilheT
Mln Hrtl I
Arm C'tis ir
I Mi. I nit TMr, I'm h tnn. l ft
S It I. -Mill ; .Mint WWIT., 1 Jk AO
UtT-Of-TOW . IEI IVFKIFS 10 V0! K DOOK KY 0I0K All
b tljfhl for ir.,vii less ihun il ill
RB il Till: -1 SizD CARS
FOR SALE' . IDS. IN THE
MORNING UK SUNDAY
I W ORLD,
CALENDARS nl Jffi
of historical events and table of rr.etnorable dates, and
much other mutter that you'll need at all times.
SEE 1913 WORLD ALMANAC
.Vctf on Sale
Lexington to M Ave
) o 60th St.
Minntni Ncx; Monday( January 20, a
TfOfMfldOQI PUTChOM a : Sale of a
sVontbicnt Ncv York Kc;.ittcr-a
Stork ol Wnmei a d C.rW Vtar
and Shoes at 60c on ihe Do.Jai'
Srr Nr-:t lundty'i Papon tO' Dttailil
VVc will pttbUth the nart' to rt n:rr.w!
Special Sales Now iu rYtgHit.
J.inuaty SaU (it Toil(.-. Qoodt, Drugs, f Jcdic.v.t, Etc.
The BiRKest VVItite F.il- Bltrmilldlct' liver Pla. . cd
GuaruutCi.' Clothing Cn.'1 Stu k oi j anc' Boys' Weat
Dr ss Fofflll An Epoch Maktn; SvWtt in New Mrxte!s
Fashionable Furs Going
at About Hall Price
We eonsicler this remarkable sale one of
the best fur opportunities you li'ivc ever had.
One of New York's lending manufactur
ers sold us his overstock at halt regular prices.
In this special sale they're going ut the same
Women's 52-In. S.W.00 Black and
Brown Coney Coats, at
14 niack Moire Pony Coats, at $2
ISO Kuaalan Ponjr Coat,, at f.M
17. French Sent Coata, at SAO
$7.1 Caracul Coals, at 150
$4.1 Marmot Confs, t $42. M
$20 Hudson Seiil Couta, at. $.. 10
$17.1 Molo Coney Coata, at ... , $9.1
$1911 Mole ( l.in.-v us. at. . $11.1
$350 Kolinsky KuhleCoata, at $22S
$279 Persian Conta. at $199
$290 Fancy Hudson SoulCoa tail 7.1
$229 Cleat Cat Coata, at $169
$.9 Caracul Sets, at $.8
$12.90 Caracul S-ta. at $7.90
$18.79 Caracul Seta.at'. $12.78
$2.9 Iceland Fox Seta.at. $19
$29 Mole Coney Seta, at $15
$.12.90 Black Kos Seta, at. . . $19.9
$40 Natural Km coon Seta, at $29
$40 Civet Sets, at . . .$27.50
$.1.1 Real Mole Seta, at. $$2.50
$79 Skunk Saw, at . $50
$79 Kollnaky Sable Seta, at $51
$90 Alaaka Pointed Foi Sata $59.90
$190 PolntecfsTtla Fos Seta . $90
$25.00 Natural Raccoon Fur Sets, at. . .115.00
Betides the above .numerated
there are many other modela in every
known fur. All 52 to 34 inches long
and in the latest and most approved
Betides the above mentioned, a
comprehensive assortment o f i ermine
Ruassian Sable. Ermine. Mink. Sil
ver Tip Fos, etc.. all at proportion
asoond flear. S.m at. asetina.
Annual January Clearance Sale of
Small, Medium and Room Size
The rugs in this offering range from a Carabagh mat, 2 to 3
ft. wide by 4 ft. long, at $5.00, to Persian Scrapie, 19x12.1 ft.,
We simply cannot tell you about all the important values
in this sale. Here are some of the many offerings:
o run i n ii i
5 ft. lona;
HAM A HANS AM) CAKAHACHS;
sises from 2 to .1 ft. wide and 3 to
4 ft. long; reg. $7.50 to $10;
aalc price. . .
PKRSIAN MOtlSSOI!I,S;oneof the
best likril rugs for service und hunt
weui ; mud irom j to j it. r in. wui
a'ld 5 to 7 ft. long, vnlucs
$1 5 to Hi sale price
Room Size Persian Sf raples:
11. 18 $IJ5.00
12. r,10.3 $150.00
I. 1. 1x10.1 $165.00
II. 9x10.6 $172.00
BKLOOCHISTANS; sixes ran from
2 to .1 ft wide and 4 to 5
values $10 to $17.90.
100 ANTIQUE BOKHARA SAD-
HI. F BAGS AND TRAPPINGS;
sixes about I ft . 6 in. to 2 ft. 6 in.
wide and 3 to 3 1 -j ft. long: valuta
$18 to $24.75; sale G 5 r mf
Room Size Perslin Mahals:
$120.00 12.19.3 ..
$12.1.00 12.10x8 ...
$1.40.00 12.7x8.8 ...
$139.00 I 12 2x8.8 . .
$16.1.00 I 12.98.6. ..
tii ii i h ,.n fauta in.
.III oumivoii vi Wfmm
. . . .$105.00
fir. I.n gi.rfi As.
For a generation Bloomingdales' tat
factor in the development of the
been an important
Through its energies the iidvantagrs ot Dress Forms became widely
known, thereby stimulating invention, IrHTtStlng production and reducing
cot the ptim.iry ulru of our business, To nwnken a country-wide interest
in these labor Having devices wr have arranged to sell a limited quantity
of the two mon popular types at prices within the reach of everybody.
Orders filled for uny purt ol the U. S. and Cunuda. Total weight, 20 lbs.
No store or mini orders will be acceptel at these prices after January 20th.
Thc"Kumpact"Dress Adjustable Draping
Forms at $1.75 Fiqures at $3.75
swert the pur
lose ol icveral
' correct in lines,
simple in con
ti i. ;, !., easily
rigurt is quickly
is always ut
yi ur .ervice. It
i .hi kdoal figure
for family dress
in two models,
. . . . tt.
ivi c a s u r r s ,,
1 u-t uul tan be
uojusi .u lo Hi. Ijr
Model it nun
II .a s ur oi 36
bust and can be
adj i ltd to -16.
Orders filled for any part of the
United States und Canada. Total
weight, 20 iounds.
H.WUI4 .M,'!nu stars, Slslu Floor, Arcs.
ffc. to m e e t
jj the r e
j i y i u i r e
iS 1 n.ents of
I m. s II.. mini
kauLjJ ' r 1 ' home- ;
ffiK : ; N wiiiousui-
fT;tft A iui.rmiii
-iff i L ul'-' pd
IS; TS.. d - iv n to
' Wit! WWk j " width
l ' L I "l a n
WilA n. e t a II
I S i V J ni, ,u,s
Sk ir il ftiote
P- ' h -xk. to half
H i act it. 1
into box 28 inches hili
. nd i A nn hex wide, i It at s is th
newest model, graceful En ; PDsai
ance and sub Ituntial u. coiistruction
Sixes .12, 34, .(0, 38, 40
and 42 bust. Price. . .
-BIOs.oiiBytl, Lexipgloi lo )d Ave.. Silk It lOttStv