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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
TAKE TIP FROM US!
HEAD WAITERS HAD
Real Fancy Time Is Enjoyed
by All Present at a Swell
TIPS MAKE EVENT LATE.
( ius Jordan Just Couldn't Get
Away to Lead Grand March
R was asrly this momlns when thalast
Cork poppo, ths iaal dan.- wa pla'd,
ill lJt sons sun ana th ttilrd annual
raeapUon and danr of th Kilt Hsad
waiters' Association berama a mem
ory. Am may b 'mas-insi tl waa a
wall affair Th. Kin. tells you that
other function thara har bn, but
lhay wara alda dlahaa compared to this
ohaf d'o.uvi. aarred In th -rua bait
room of the Hotal Majaatlo.
Not all tha hsadwalt.rs oould fat
thar on tlma, but (uy tot thara.
Sobm wara dslayad by Inconsiderate
(uaata who dalllsd ovr thlr Jnml
Laeas. Thara war banquata bar and
thara. but th af tar-thaa.tr crowd
had to ba wilted upon by ordnlary ar
oona. Nona of In llt for tlim. Th
lit wr up at th Majaatlo. walttnf
upon thamaalvaa and being waltad
upon, opening win, ordering clgara
and tipping ordinary alavaa of tha
lamp and tab, and .lancing Juat Ilka
thoaa with whom thy ar wont to
mingle at Sherry and Martina, at
Shanlay and Huataaowy'a.
Th grand ma roll waa to b lad by
Preeldent Ou Jordan, healarjter at
tha Blka' Club, at .!0 o'olook. But tha
Kike war tossing thalr an tiara around
tha tabl and It waa lata whan tha last
tip waa glxen. It waa oloa to mid
night whan th march waa atruok up.
Not that thr waa nothing doing
meanwhile. Thay danced extra. Thay
danced tha two-atap. and th waita and
tha walti and th two-atap. Tby ware
Just getting ready for th fun.
LORDLY ONES ARRIVE A LITTLE
Mranwhlla th commltt waited la
trie corridor, th drawing rooms and
reception rooms for th belated gussta.
nM ram from tha Plaaa, th Wal
.lorf, Savoy. St. Itagla, eherry'a, Mar
tin's. Murray's. Haaiy'a Ifouquln'a,
-lanifVa and Kenn.Uy'a. gr enta
iler was thar from th Actor, Knlsfc
e'booker, B realm, Breerort, Belmont,
Vend.nbtlt and Manhattan Hotel din
ing room. Rene Flserie, he. I a slier
of Dalmonlco'a, waa a hora d'o"Uvr
all by hlmaalf.
Among th ei'Lree was Matt Brick
man, all tha way from th St. fluorg.
In far off Brooklyn. Max name In a
taxi and a fur ooat. th lap II of tha
latter roOIng away a la apple roll.
Mas waa ohatrmnn of th Floor OMR.
mitt, and later he had the floor going.
Herman II. Ooehrl, manager for Mur
ray's, mi Immaculate In hlack n . 1
white, hi Unn a spotless a one of
hi awn napkin. Herman I a trifle
bald and had hi batr ! t a I pit
d fol graa with her nd there a
truffle showing C. A. Kaufman, forty
four year at th old Aator Houss, wa
as prim and dlgtblflad a th turkey
which has yet to b carved. A merry
M soul Is he whan buelnaaa la done.
Ha waa tha dean of tha vnlng.
But th ohotoast morsel of th ntre
was B. 11. Ueberall, who one held th
hair at Buetamsby'a and now la ser
nd to no waiter at th Kalaerhof. Ilia
front wa of aabeato. Well, thoaa
plats and that fniav a: iff look like
asbasdoa II wore In hla walstnoat but
ton that looked Ilka thoae rt'le candle
thay serve with the fruit a. I coffee.
At his throat waa a stock a la tortonl.
Between hi-, pump snd hlghwatcra h a
sooks were Chocolate wafer, mixed with
white. II was a dream of the restaur
Ou Jordan, a hat been aald, cam
late, but It wa worth waiting to ten
Mm. He mme In a taxi mid entered
the hotel with a 'but carrying hla hai.
A head waiter never rnrrlv anything,
you know. Itudolph Uanctiner, chair
man of the Ball Committee, wa an
other 1m waa late, but that wn to 1e
earn-to.! Kr Rudolph I the Beau
Brtimmel of the heal wallers, lie If1
the tv, early, but liad to go him and
AMONG THOSE PRESENT WAS
l 1 RxJcar. tressursr of th ,.
elation, th orem de la creme of th
Hit. II was chairman of the Enter
latniMal Committee, ami a an enter
talti.r he I all to the mnr.-on glac. A
a diplomat he ptita Chauncey DspgfJ in
th" paM ten.'., and a dispenser Of
hospitality- oh. thoaa t"itM. And the
plt.pl ami 7'xx, Ix, lx-ar you listening?
A sens Ulog wa onueed when th nam
of s.r Varnlertillt wa announoed and
a hueh nam over th halls and recep
tion rooma. It wasn't Mr. Vandnrotlt
at all. It was John von den Brack,
heart waiter of tha Great Northern.
But on to the merry, marry danoe. In
the great ballroom war tha real fun.
lr..:,i wall to pillar and post to waH
tiers festoons of green, like a great
.1 a la romalna Light radiated
from th flashing gems, irlltterlng like
himmarlng tfaaaware. Th floor waa
mouth a a watermelon rind. Pretty
girt there were, pretty oonfaotlon In
i- n and ntu and whtt snd yellow
Thay two-wteipped snd turkey trotted,
are It red and bunny hugge-1, their skin
a white a a fondant, thalr eheeks) like
pink drag as swsst as chocolate
Ths muslo waa frne, and thay played
'When I CM Toil Alon To-ftghl" an.l
'now. Bow, Bow," the "Illtchy ICuo"
and the "(Juaker Girl," "Walling 'oi
th Bohert i: leo" end "I'm Qi.ng
Back to Dixie." And one when the
mualo wasn't j.levltu. and th ladlts
war sitting sround th wall net wall
flowers, oh. no! ther wrn't sny.
Dinner was eervrd In th big dining
room off th ballroom. Champagt."
cork popped while th music played
Thr waa anything on wanted, ami
th head waiter tipped th under wait
er end no whistles sounded snd ther
war no walkout. On thing that waan't
wanted came all too auon. That waa
for Cleantn PolhMn Oold. ill".
M -ael. Alaaaluaxa aad all flae metela rre.
tram adda or ether talurleot aebxueeaa.
oae trial will reaylere ye ll'a th
Beet Cream Pelleh yea ever aaed.
a-miena Ce.. toaiRst., Ne Ten.
eld by 1 eedln Dealer.
HAPPINESS IS THE
BIRTHRIGHT OF ALL
MEN AND WOMEN
Chrerfulnea l th greatest aart In
ward micci'tia in avrrjr walk o lifn.
Only those with strong, hrnllhy atom
arha ran poaseaa it.
When the atninarh la nverlosilml the
iligralive nischinrrv svtt rlngnl and sll
kinds of diseases follow. It is lisrd In bf
hsnpv whrti one has to work all day with
an aching hnck. nillotianeaa fails lo nut
tilings In a very may light. A halkv
pair of kidneys tnrana a gloomy oiitlmiK
on everything. Impure lilood csilsns
beadnehrs, wrecks our mental pois and
peaoa of mind. Chronic constipation
causes chronic rheumstism. and that
means a chronic grouch.
Thousands of people are slwsya bnlf
sick and It ix nearly always caused hy
Cooper's New Discovery will dispel all
flta of U bluas. It does this by toning
up the stomach and setting It in work
Ing order so that all th food is turned
Into neb nourishment which forms red
blood which goes streaming through tlir
arteries bearing glad tidings of hsaltl
It can he piirchaacd at any drug store.
Bmlf a Csaiarg
White & Colored
Wash Cottons &
For Spring 1913
We have received from abroad a most attrac
tive collection of the Wash Fabrics which will
be in vogue the coming season. We direct
special attention to our complete assortment
of the following French Crepes in white and
colors. Ratines, Eponge, French Velour,
Crepe Linen and Linen Eponge in all colors;
also Bordered Fabrics in great variety.
Commencing to-morrow we shall off en
French Dress Linen (white only) 47 inches wide
at 48c yd. Value 65c.
French Linen Crash (white only) -47 Inches wide
at 55c yd. Value 75c. J
White Embroidered French Batiste In dots,
stripes, checks and figures, 40 inches wide, at 75c yd.
Values $1.00 and $1.25.
James McCutcheon $ Co.,
5th Ave. 34th St.,
A. T. Stewart Co.
WHAT linen oomparea with
" Ireland's 1
Tor the little apartment
id the lam one. the Irish
their beautiful linen.
BpxHlesxi, they are, and well
tnough they ooet but
A mmg Mere is oaae in
Searfs ISxM Inches
Shams 30 x 10 Inches
They are aO linen, henv
dtehed and quite elaborately
jHeay another enually coed
Is here at WanamakerV
Jhnmlah your linen oloaet
yuu are tun to get all-
tlaen the Wanamsker
fttere has no ether kind,
V Old Bntldlas,
Dress Cottons and Linens
Rodler Paris Voiles and Crepes, 90c Yard
Hundreds of yurda of tho brightest, cheeriest Spring
fabrics in colorings and putternH will convince you that
the designing of dress cottons is a fmo art.
Even the least expensive have an unusual charm.
For marly $1.50 and $2.50
Soft, cHnidng ami all white rrllev-d by rutinc, filet or fringed
borders; some with bouretta stripes and plain borders; 44 to 40
Rodier Bordered Cossack Linen, $1.10 Yard
Usually $2.50 to $3.50
Cossack linen is to be even more popular this season
than last, as it is better adapted for this year's modes,
white with filet borders and dots embroidered in various
50c Usually $1
Just 850 of German stiver at
with mirror, place for powder
and two coin compartments.
On sale tomorrow,
Subway Aa, Old Building.
colors, 5 inches wide.
44-inch English Crepes,
Women ar rhooiinii them for
camping ilrese because tliry require
nn iruuma anj tuli so lieautifully.
Woven with stripe in some bright
spring shaqa oi in plnin color.
Brocaded Eolienne, 28c yard
60k and cotton, but tliev have ths
effect of bing all silk. Holt sml wry
luapeable. ntrcet snd evrning
Embroidered Woven Tissues
Ceo aad fresh looking. Plaicla.
stripes and checks ia the nicest of
The tiny embroidered figures sug
gest fsbriis uf much higher price.
Printed Voiles and Muslins,
22c yd,, regularly 30c and 35c
riilk snd cotton muslins are printed
in pompadour colors and have silk
llota rsught in the fabric mrshesi regu
Isrly Ms ysrd.
'25c Printed Cottons,
(rounds sre white; the delicately
tinted and the printed flowers are very
soft in colors oi various shades.
18c Linen Finish Suitings,
80 inches wide, all white. Splen
did for nurses' uniforms and house
dresses. Subwsy floor, Old Bldg.
Have Taken Up
Not difficult to do either.
Simply crocheting with
Turkey rug wool on a can
vas foundation. When fin
ished one has a thick, soft,
will be in the Art Needle
work section for two weeks
to teach rug making and
crocheting new golf sweat
ers, baby garments, shaw's,
etc., with the oldftuthioncd
English wools. These Eng
lish wools give the finished
article the look of fine im
ported things. They are
imported directly by us.
First floor. Old Building.
$3.75 Will Buy a
Remarkably Good Suit
for a Boy
If he be from 8 to 10 years pf age.
Russian or sailor blouse style; in fancy mixed all
wool cheviots and blue serge; made in tho durable
And an Overcoat
Which, though of 15 to 16 uradcs, we shall tell
tomorrow at $3.75. Fancy mixed chcviols, neat pat
terns, warm, all-wool.
For the Bigger Boy
A long overcoat in sizes from Vi to IS years, fancy
mixed cheviots, convertible collar, belted back.
$8 grade for $5 each. Pubwsy floor. New Building.
NEW DOLLAR WAISTS
Not made to sell at any
such price t hey are Wana
maker extra measure again.
Made of sheer whito lawn,
one has lMauen lace yoke
and is collarless, another
has fine lace and embroid
Subwsy floor, Old Bull lip. ;
' The old-fashinnrd custom of
sending Valentines may it
never die out,
Kach year brings many new
and pretty ideas for February
14th remembranoes. Wise
people select them before the
best ones are gone.
Valentine sachets, 10c to 60o.
Valentine letters, 5c to 5c,
Valentine wood cutouts, S5c
Valentine post cards, lc, So,
So, 4c, 5c and 10c.
I. urge assortment of Valentine
folding novelties for children, lo
Valentine folders, 5c to i&c.
Valentine booklets, 10c to tAe,
Ami large Valentine designs by
Underwood, Hutt and other
well-known artists, 40u, 80c and
Main an I Subway floor.. Obi Bidg.
Annual Sterling Silverware Disposal
which began today, offers every silver article for the
table at prices from 25 to 50 per cent, under current
rates. M,i floor. Old Building.
6th Ave. (Si 15th St.
Lease Expiration Sale
$250,000 Furniture Stocks. Sale Without Reserve
Eighteen years In this building and
we've got to leave It May 1st. One big
faot looms up before us as we write.
We must unload the stooks. Six big
floors and two big warehouses must be
emptied In less than three months.
Quality, value former prices, aotual
cost have been disregarded. Never
before have such stboks of high grade
furniture been offered at these prices.
$43.00 124.50 Com- d1 1 7C
Birdseye fort Rocker, P 1 O. O
Maole T'i's rorVr-r
r. . t i
VI C5ICI all nrimii,! .
lzn nf w.,
9 Jl fill Ens
sttwX Mali tufted
Also In Dark'u' sli't of
Quartered n.; r-nv-
Oak. red In
f m - . i . . iSpanlah
, "7 IfshMcold
I bmIcK hsiisfi
Solid Oak China Caoisrt"'
sGZa R jTslsBsfclssSSa-
$20Brau Si A
This closet is m,
incites liiiih, SSt
inrlics widc; French u nM two-inch
n bmw last, rici1ine.im h mUf.
in bright or satin
golden color. fiuiah: choice of -(!. 4-tl. -fl or M-0
111.73 Isiics. Keady for immediate delivery.
$100 3-Piece Genuine Leather
LIBRARY SUITE at
rj , p
Thtic suites are exceptionally wall built by tkilful workmen
the (rammt arm unutually strong, upholttered in genuine Spaniih
leather in brown or black.
Fair Terms. Little's has never been an instalment house,
but Little's prices fur hih-grade Furniture ut this sale are
not only lower than "instalment" prices and( "Club" prices
but far below the lowest cash prices ever quoted by anybody,
and we will sell on very favorable terms.
February Furniture Sale
It h. heen our ('llllm for ycira to Imy the nutnuiacturers'coniplete
sample Unes ut the close of ench Furniture Exposition in Grand Rapkls
and New York during .Isnuary and July. As a result, we get the "pick"
of the linrs snd the best values, and are enabled to offer you these beau
tiful, exjiosilion-finiahrd samples at reductions of one-quarter to one-half
from tne regular prices.
This Is your opportunity to get the bed, rhalr or other article you
have been wanting for a long time, knowing you have saved money by
waiting, lb-1 de., you can take advantage of our eonvenient-credlt-scr-
ICC to help you pay for what you select without skimping yourself on sotne
Be your Own Salesman Plain Figure Tags on Everything.
val'io Si. 2$,
1 W "'kil
Onliirn finl.h. hlslllv iMillalierti
nru arllliins in. I
pa male nurr
I (l, llli
4MM Inelirsi Inlnlns
ii. n uruwrr. H .mall
llraiiera u ml
l.ii ml, I a. Illlu.lruleili
vslue Its. si $17.98
vakri t, si
vals 40, si
01 TO MOWN l)H IVKRIES TO YIHI
Oak China Close!
i'arvril Inn. sulilen (In
h. Iiishlv null.hedl IMt
uehe. nlil.l III Ini tir
liahl full, xvrll in. mi
nil rntls. Willi I 'rem Ii
snaiMii lri a.v na
reel i ua
vaise til, si $19.50
vaiac III, at
valie tit. al
DOtft BY MOIHR CM
n aa. tmm xs s. Jl.. Claanxac Until 19 Nnnn wlagl stamps
WINVK Hi-' Mrl lBdUHiai Jxaiiip.i aji.'.a mm n... Tbsraarvar.
for 1913 and 1914
ol historical events and table of memorable dates, and
much otl er matter tbat you'll need at all times.
SCt: 1913 WORLD ALMANAC
yVotv on Salt
LUNCH SPECIAL Baked Fresh Ham with
Spinach. Lettuce Salad. Banana Cake, Tea or Coffee asllPV
The Greatest la Our History!
11 to Hfc
The sale that is genuine -and
the one thousands of
homehtters look forward
to as the saving event.
Monday's crowds, in
spite of the snow and
I rain storm, was proof.
Home On Onr
$40 3-Pc. Parlor Suites
A value that will
make our com
Thit very Ixauliful Suits st s tremendoua asvinf. l.srt, rlrgsntiy drtignrd piccci
in finest hsnd-rubbtd mshocsny poliih. with cud ion ca rills o: penne plush.
This $29.50 $J.75
Thle brd t n'fnrmA ut "t -Actlvhalf
lti rfcitlar ir
Mail iMCtly m PlOtttPt!
with (-yr,r niHr.tnired
Iftniiupr flnh. Not the
bxeautlful dxMtMs Ibl top
and Pfcmel r i H. the
mint MWlf dtxOlMtxt kxWll
t r I iiJ in I n r r and plllur
mount. th 3 hnavv f
lr an.l croan rod a in
hfud and font. All Rlzra.
$1.50 Sewing Tables
A Optclftl I dot fr
on day, han''y MWtflsl
fhl. 1 vard lonif.
with ri.PAiure on top.
H 1 .75
k I V
Cholc o' Mi-.l' .'
m.in-. m'ihoa.'inv o
utiartsTiMl Mkl -t'J
lArht fun MrOatntia
rfonlj IMM1 lars1
Kifnrh ll I i" ir "i
hlfft nli-rs fi Mi.tr I
Sulles 7 Pes.
4 Chain, SiS.CO,
A magnificrnt qusilrrrd
n.lc IMtS nf finest linish
U anil coniirucuun si s
U very ipeiisl price.
rlflll I loo r. I
Apron tiinsi.sini. uiblue
and whitr rliecks. Limit
12 yards. Jsiomail or
CO. D. oid rs.
aaaaaal Main I lour. I aasaaa
40 nth Silk
Regular $l.7i quality,
full a.ortment of the
wanti-! 'Ii.nirs. Marked
as oik'-. lav .per il - (",cn
uin' .ilk clurmcuiir. rV)c.
BjaxaxB I Saai.. I Mar. laaaaa
Madras snd peresles. in
light, nv-diurr and dsrlc
rolorinsa. AH t
mod j. with cuffs at-
I i;h 3T
jjyjjj. i Main I Itiu. . mmm
l'.eful Hub llrallnar Mlnvr
tiuiu. enhf-r rioal or worn
fnurt Tt i
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FLOUK iii-i s.si 1 i'" lUj
ROLLED OATS " 30r
llr.nl. slliilil ly
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LARD iggg E3 "":, .48c
COOKING OIL RW 725
TTmlttUtr wnlto itt ; CPf
tlllN rrmilar 7.'u- bottle
PORT OR SHERRY
Fr sh, Salt & Ca rtdFish
FRESH HERRINGS, Ih. rr
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