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THE EVENING WORLD,
RMktftlltr. The nnktM prl"e I"
MM to be MkNti mf. StraUS niio haft
lived at Tarry town fur several iUitl
mers. Intend. It Is Mid. to build h
flu re-ildeni'o fn t i- rami.
WOULD DANCE, BOWL
AND PLAY BILLIARDS
IN NEW PARISH H0USE BLUE AND
Vole for Attractions for
Mrs. Hamilton Tells How
She Finally Found Health
in Lydia E. Pinkham's
Warren, 1 iid. "I w as hot In-red ttf-
Isht.nara Monday night. Th. trusts i ribly wi,h frmtp wpaknos;( I had ..iiiis
WlllarJs, pool, dancing and bowling
nv btn added to the tltt of coming
attractions nt the Flatbush Congregn
tlonal Church, Brooklyn. This decision
tM ragched at a matting of 2T.0 pir-
WEDNESDAY, FEBXVABT 0, 11.
aA tl.llMD MI D-DAY CABARET. EIGHTH FLOOR.
na yat Ur paw on It. Tlrey are tx
PMtad to art favorably. Then the prol
an will tjeeome operative a aoon a a an
ttanaion to the pariah ItOUM can be
built, for arhloh Monday's rn'etlng vot?J
t rats tlO.iJW.
Factor I.'wla T. Red ! tha prima
mover In Ihgsg Innevatlong. Ha gave rui
notlc ot hll Intention to aprlng ao
worldly a plan but he hnd previously
worlied tip a progieal- f:ing am.int
hla flock b contlnmily urging them m
draw the young to the church an.l l.ihl
tham there. When ho brought forward (
hla apecllic:. t long .it the meeting tig Nad
aympa: Italic gttdlenct. Warning hTI
eona.rva'Ive member, atrengthtntS the! , M
SIM was no. rejruhr,
my Lead ached all
the titre, I Ii;mI lie;ir
ing down p;tins u".d
my Kick, hurt mi' t un
biggest part of the
time, 1 wtfl li.zy
gad had weak Met
ings when 1 would
stop over, it hurt
nvc to walk u.iy dis
tance and I U li blue
"I began t.kir.g l.ydia B. Pinkham'i
i egetanie i ornuiiiini ami .on uuw in
good lienlih. It it had not been for
pastor, euppurt. that medicine I woidd have Wn in my .
When I"- ' ail won ,.ver the meeting gravo long time ago." Mr'. Artie
Pastor Reed made other suxgo.tlr.ns I g, Haniiltou. K.F. D. No. ti. Vurren, Ind: '
which were promptly approved. He
p'opoae.1 Hut Hie men nt the masting ' Another Case,
livid, themselves Into committees of
five to auli.it other men to .-onto Into j Ksmond, H. I. -"I writ to tell you ,
tha chur. h with their famllta. Tha aim how much good your medicine has done i
of these . ommittee, he mid, ihouM be I me an(j to ,.t other women know thtt
to ImiMM the innlo msmbmhla by IN there ia helo for thein. 1 suffered with
jb '""' v"innwiie. were , heBrjng down pains, nennaene. was ir-
"m .u''. "'', "" regular and felt, blur and depressed till
tanr. giro tuo Men a Club d. ,..u to Jl" ,; , t ,.J: p i.;vi
arrange rr open dcbjte, at thi I mi i I- IP0 VK J ,0Ok Iid"1, r" 1 ,nlcnam.s
1 egeianie omiHiuno hihi roniiiieni:ru iu
gjgji i gain in : short time p.nd I am n well wo
MfcMM l arw hi .lhn D.M IBM today. I am on my feet from early
Tt la reported that Oscar s. strain 'morning until late at night running a
PiogreHiv candidate for i.n err or hoarding house and do all my own work,
haa Dttrvhaaad the Horton tarm on thai1 tnnt su"frnK women will
lledford road, near T.rrvtown fld try your medicine. It makes happier
Will become a neighbor of John n wives and mothers. - Mrx. Ann llan-:
sen, Ksmond. llhode Island.
History Holds No Sale
Still More Than 3,000 of This Season's
Finest Overcoats To Be Sold.
ALL MUST GO!
GREATEST VALUES EVER OFFERED!
Newest, Smartest, Most Fashionable
Garments in New York To-day.
No vmatler whether you are not now in need of an
overcoat- -no matter how complete your wardrobe may
be you should visit one of the Hackett-Carhart stores
Here are being offered over 3,000 overcoats at prices
It would pay a man to get one of these coats if he were
not to wear it for two years to come. For every garment
will be "good style" even then, and will be matchless at
anywhere near to-day's price.
And you can prove this to be a positive fact.
Briefly, here's what you may choose among at either
of the four Hackett-Carhart Stores to-day:
Dressy Chesterfields in various lengths, and in all
suitable fabrics. In Blacks. Blues. Oxfords, Cambridges.
and Browns. Lined with Silk, Satin, Worsted and Serge.
Shawl Collar, Convertible Collar, English Ulster,
and Motor Coats. In Chinchillas, Shetlands, Vicunas, and
plaid-back Tweeds and Shetlands. Designed for street
and storm service.
Practical and extremely popular medium-weight, year
round coats. Medium length, English Split sleeve, English
Guard and Raglans. Quarter lined with satin and tailored
from fabrics that are ideal for mild winter days, and Spring
and Summer Motor, Travel and Country wear.
Slip-on coats in English, Scotch and Irish effect fabrics,
as well as Chinchillas, Vicunas and Shetlands.
Also a long line of overcoats for general all-round
service, and for semi-dress occasions. Serviceable English
finish Velours, smart Worsteds, and Worsted Cheviots
in Chesterfield Single and Double -Breasted convertible
Remember that this is an opportunity of to-day- -and
one that won't last long. You will pay the penalty of
delay in actual, cold hard dollars and cents.
$13.50 to $20 Overcoats dj7 (J A
Regular Stock and Broken Sizes. . $ f J j
$15, $18, $20 & $22.50 dQ J-A
$20, $22.50, $25 & $28 M O Cfl
Overcoats ej 1 LfUlJ
$25, $28, $30, $35 & $37.50 0 1
$30, $35, $37.50, $40 & $42.50 (J 1 Q
$45, $50, $55 & $60 9C
ioj Broadway. 841 Broad-. . 1 19 Wtt2d St., 1 54 East 125th !!.
Neat Chamber. St.. at 13th St.. Near Broadway. War id Ave.
OppQMli City Mall Near Union Sq. Open Evening. Uwn E enin,
Our Mail Order Bureau
Is at Your Service
If y n t And it i'i ouvenienl i come to Simpson
Crawford's brenti. of bad wwthrf or other
reasons, use ir Mail Order Service. Midi your
tinier lo ii mill will shop as satiWRCtonlj for
JfOU flfl if yol cnine 10 the More in pefson.
IN NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER
Special for To-Morrow Only
Lyon's Tooth Powder, 10c
Limit, two to a customer. No mail, phone
or C O. D. orders filled.
To-Morrow We Will Close Out
345 of Our Regular Stock of
Formerly priced up to Sli.75.
Chuice at the one price
With u view to quick final clearance, we have
gathered together pnu lirniiy all of our $15 to $19.75
numbers- about 84$ all told--and put a $10
ticket of leave on thein. They embody all the
cleverest style ideai of the reason and are splen
Suitable for dress or Kcuernl utility wear; plush
or velour trimmed; inuteriiil include Wool Astra
chuti, Btaletta Plush, C hinchilla itnd soft finished
( outings. Some partly lined; others lined through
out with lustrous satin. Sir.es for misses, juniors
ami small women. If you wear a niisV site and
can possibly use an extra coat this season, we
earnestly advise you not to miss seeing these clever
little models lo be closed out at 10.
IT MlmD.ua C rawford OtM Thirg FtMr. Oa Sal 1 e-tt.rrew.
$2.50 Imported White Glace
Elbow Sleeves at $1.69
We imported these gloves for early January selling, but
they were delayed in transit and here they tire a month i.tte.
We swallow the pill as cheerfully as may be aud put a price on
them that will dispose of the entire shipment in quick lime.
They are Itl-buttoit length. Mousquetaire. fine Itnlian glace
lambskin. The skins are from a country which is noted for the
most beautiful skins produced; they arc soft and pliable, and
fine of grain as most any real kid skins.
This is an unusual opportunity to buy gloves at about
half their rent values, ns many qualities no better than these
are sold at :.l0. For lit. style and durability these gloves will
give entire satisfaction. We control the output of this maker,
as wc ;ire in ;i txi.sition to know the farts. tr ai Kiaar.
In the Basement
Operat nr.' lot from I lie lie-' krmu n factory in t,lnver ille. Tin- concern inakea nothing lea than
ilnlinr cliivc, lut iiinitly SI.SU aii'l tjf 00 (ilove. l or Thursday, .Men's. Women's anil children's CQ.
at. ir . , w
1 ,000 Dainty New Lingerie Blouses,
Values Up to $3.00, at $1.65
They are all new, sad the pret
tiest we have had the pleasure of
looking at for a very long time.
The designs are refreshingly orig
inal and distinctive, and the saving
is certainly worth taking advantage
This is just another case of a
manufacturer calculating that the
strike would last a good deal longer
than it did. He worked overtime
to prepare for it, with the result that
t heearly conclusion of the labor dif
ficulty found him with more goods
t ban cash. We grasped the oppor
I unity and here are the waists at
Tk.H arm l'.,V tt,,nnA 1,1 At. AAA
- -- 1 lir, hit 1 ' , "'' "
of a kind now being sold in the shops for a great deal big her prices.
The materials ere fine white French voiles and white batiste; the trimmings era of
daintiest kinds of Val.. Venise. real Irish and Cluny laces, effectively combined with embroid
eries. Some models are hand embroidered.
Sites from 84 to 40.
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A Sale of Umbrellas at a
Fraction of Their Value y
$1.00 Umbrellas at 50c
$2 to $3.50 Pure Silk Umbrellas at $1.50
Bought from one of the largest umbrella makers ia this country- Bvary
umbrella ia perfect and guaranteed fast jet black, and absolutely roja-
proof. We divided this lot. into two selling prices.
The 91 values are standard quality of good umbrella ooveriaa at0Oa.
The $4.00 to $3.50 values are pure all silk taffetas and best quality yarn-dyed Taffeta
Most of these Umbrellas are
Umbrellas (silk and linen mixed fabrics), at 81 .AO.
Styles for men and women in 86 and 28-inch aisea.
in 8 ribs; fitted with case and tassels.
The handles are simply wonderful in both prices. The collection of up-to-date styles
is out of the ordinary. Some are all wood, others silver trimmed, and others hand carved
a selection certainly wide enough to suit all tastes. Not more than two to a customer.
SW gSaSSSa Cnwfara Ca- Stela Slaav. Oa Sal. Ts afinaa,
$2.50 Silk Petticoats at $1.79
Exceptional values iu Messaline and Chiffon Tuffetn Silk
l'eltieouts, iu changeable aud plain effects, in all the wanted
colors, also black and white; made with sectional flounce,
with side plaited ruffle. WeoS tt-i.AO, special now at SI. 79.
Values in Muslin Underwear
20 Styles of $1.50 Combinations at $1.00
Of fine nainsooks in corset cover and skirt or drawers;
daintily trimmed with embroidery and lace and medallions;
15 Styles of 75c Dainty Corset Covers at 50c
Pins wslstrirka elaborated frith I sees, snbroldtry sad ribbon.
Sample Gowns, Special at $1.00
la lip-over mortals, Notwogliko. Elaborately trimmed with loot,
raibruidery end medallions, riobmi dmMo. V slugs up to S8.00.
C Mini. -mi t ruo tori Co.. Semnil Moor. On Sale To-Uarroi-.
Warmer Underwear for Colder Days
At Prices Less Than Utual
Women's 25c & 35c Fleece Underwear at 19c
Jersey ribbed cotton fleeced vests and pants, regular gad extra aix.i.
Women's 50c & 65c Ribbed Vests & Pants at 39c
Fleece lined, extra fine quality, in regular and extra sizes.
Women's $1.75&$1.95 Black Wool Tights, $1.49
Imported Swiss ribbed, also fine Jersey ribbed, Equestrian
tights, in open and closed styles; knee and ankle lengths.
Children's Union Suits, Special at 21c
Jersey ribbed, cotton fleeced, high neck, long sleeves,
ankle lengths; sizes 2 to 10 years.
Children's 25c & 35c Vests & Pants at 19c
Fine ribbed, cotton flee rd, in cream, white and natural ; sije lo 16 yean.
IT Stmpsaa Crawford C... Seto.4 FIms. Oa Sal. T.-Mrr.w.
$1.25 House Dress and Cap to
Match at 89c
House dresses of excellent quality percale; neat cheeks,
plain style, well made. Black, blue and helio and whits
effects. Sizes 84 to 44. A very practical, consequently a
very desirable, house dress to buy aside from the saving
Children's $1.50 White Dresses, $1.00
Here are two very pretty effects in children's dresses
of fine lawn at a worth-while saving. They are French
and long waisted styles, trimmed with embroidery flouncing
and inserting, drawn with satin ribbon. One high neck
and elbow sleeves, the other square neck and short puff
sleeves; sizes 8 to 5 years. These charming little dresses
sell regularly and readily at $1.50, to-morrow 1.00.
tar Sams i Orawfarg C. Seeeag ur. OaSal. T.-Mara.w.
Hand Scrubs. 19c
i'liiit were made lo sell at two and three
times the price you can purchase them for
to-morrow. Aiiioiik t hem arc quite a few
real ebony backs, also some of our regular
500 Sample Hair Brushes Mc bnwUM' uU reduocd to ,9c-
Sampls'.f rumb.rs that tfU n u- Cq V Oft-
uhrli, for 51.25 to S2.50. Thurs- QRc 5t,C -mb- J9c
day at vvw exceptional bargain in Ivory Combs,
They re nil solid hack brusbri, made of leaulaa ebday. with coarse or coarse and fine teeth.
lOte Wood, logwood fta ) "aPflt '',e hsit brush makers of gftlaisssa r.wforU Dm Mala llwr.
France sad the Royal Bnisli Pitelory of Japan. ,,n gai. To-M.rr.w.
A Hint of Spring in These Beautiful
Printed Dimities. Lawns and Batistes
12,500 Yards on Sale at 12&c Yard
Printed dimities, lawns and batistes in almost endless varieties. Beautiful floral patterns
in many colorings. The very latest domestic copy of imported designs. Now is the time to
buy these lovely cottons when assortments are most complete. You will pay more for them
later in the season.
New 1913 Kimono Crepe. 16c Yard
patterns"1 Vanety ' now JlBnMe SkjrJsi and pstterns, also the much desired for
UT Sl,ap.a Cr.wf.ra C... Mai. Mm. Oa Sal. T.-Mmw. ,
In This February Furniture Sale
$40 Brass $
Bed at . . .
1 O CSV the economies
al afai e J 1 ; anywhere. No
to be enjoyed are unsurpassed
matter what style of furniture
you prefer, you will find it in this $125,000 stock
at a very substantial saving.
Leather Turkish fcl C
Rocker at splU
SJ1"L U uus
In full Bissi bright or sallu
finish. The factory inadf us a
price for this sale, and wc are
giving our CUStomcri the ben
Our Furniture Plan Is for Your Convenience
The question f immediate outlay need not deter you
from enjoying the remarkable savings afforded in this sale.
Our Furniture Club plan affords a convenient method of ae
quiring all the furniture you need without burdening you
with the expense. There arc no entrance fees or club dues.
We shall be i;lad to explain the arrangements to you.
1 - W
II"- ri uetd quartered uHk,
hesutifulh polisbsdi full swell
front, IU ii . lie- ncroc 'If I ll
7-Piece Dining 7 7C
Set at P 1 D
I.' inch lni table, (' feel looy when oienodi chairs,
genuine leather scats.
7 Piece sets, 6 extra fine slip seat chairs, at $24-50
7 Piece sets, fine quartered oak, at 29.50
A very larc, roomy rocker,
upholstered iu genuine leather.
Wc have just 10 left fur early
$40.00 Uenuine Leather
Rooks? at $25.00
If patterns to select from.
$4.50 Dining Chair,
Full sir-, made
of select e d
i,un rtered oak,
vats; well made
aud nicely finished.
J. B. Corsets at $1.10
An excellent opportunity for the selection of a
graceful spring model at a reduced price. Made of
excellent quality coutil. Medium and low bust, long and extra
long hip and back, boned with non-rustable steel. Strong
hose supporters attached. Just the corsets -for slight aac
medium figures: sizes 18 to 28.
SW Miawim Crwfort I ... groa. llr.
tS tigagaga IraHfbKl Cm tlftli Hour. On sal. lo-Mvrra.
Fresh Laid Eggs Crackers
fro,,, near-by farms; .very on. IJarfc ek swV!
jjnaranlecd lor boil- gm gat ,0c ek' 7l4r
log (not delivered); I""' ' 73
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"H'l isll Hon, I.... In bulk! ..n .V;! .... 19c
r, Hi,.. OOr i ii, IOC HAMH Miu cuiod. SaC
Kil.HoN MTrlSan c'holcaat Co-
llamBW Hlv.r cuts. In pur. all; SI- aSIS)lBi Inkvortad. Va.al.sa. I.
lara. o.o. 4r, aai ,... IOC SWJS Ml 'MuHr ISu 4c
( ; T Hal Calitorol.' Km;' in i
, O0 frunch C,f h Cv,sAruoa4i'aff,'. 38
1.000 lb., nurs. rlea LugskftSg fruit; i gua.n. Si.OOl til
Oo.ua, to morrow, 2Qc aW6C
kk g. arsksg ssasi ajuui. Creamery Butter
Extra quality; S t C
lfcH All our re. ioo ... I
stralibi or to suit, 9-Yo. arum y a agptap
L4BOB, iidsvv .arKiHi rr PrOCCSS Butter
n.guiariy too h, to- B BStSSI as clover; 1-lb.
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