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THI EVENING WOE LD, WIDN E8DAT, FEBRUARY 6, 1918.
nui nui en u
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HOP HEATS UP CAY
Jasasa iMitlll whfn Si: I
' LtotH M Moxaiidf-r Urd.tir of New
York nn.l Dr.F. S. lvsrun, PTtMMt
? the. Mx!o No.-Uiwritrrn nllrrtd
Comfuny, fire nlt3 praMtifMi
Frost-bites, Chilblains and
AH Sore Feet. Quick Cure
fcven Miss Esta Panu Finds
Dance Wore Exacting Than
BIDDY, GIDDY NIGHT,
patrons of the Cafe Boulevard
See Things Rarel) Seen
Recording Is ' historians, Ihs rent! I
r BptBhassai "a spented aith psHBsjr-l
im frisky ii 'inn-. Cleopatra, '. it is
m, hit only Um iii spots, it is o'
be dotrbtMi hoprever, if tltfeet n ti)!
luminal Ivii of history over put ocnn j
anvttti k tint surpeases i ho latest ff.rt j
of tiiiifi' manaalaa tbc ParsajM Par I
aivai. Tns saaweM Wife tlw Hottes-I
KiiBt lot it bo known thai ill" FarsaBgl
Csrnivai : somsthlaf of dr.p lra
Bjsrtsfiee. naturally lh it roaeoi
ikatatltro JMn i want u aoaoralli
known thai this If n rvent that ukf
pin . BBBUalll hi Hip 'aT.' Hnulevaiil.
but sossshow thg t ilaa oawie out.
It wan kbOUl tfco time that 1 00 will
known ami Justly pirpaiur saa sasakod
over tii KastsfB norlson n-iitiy thai
Milt.. Bat a I'sras nnlshed koi ssvsatk
Isaeo witii Julius llsnnessy. She sank I
into a chair nsai tins of tltoss tiiickl
Sjrrrn claim receptacles With tlM Kuld
tiniii'iirrt top sod a1 colored that th Hot
HottoatM Hop WBS ii llttls Ml on too,
many for PvSB ens MeaetoBMNl to the
haSty eabarst Ans iinn t ct the no
tion thai shs was a qutttoi Tin- Hop
la das i li ilsled u hand fatigool
to the BMMt Sturdy ilovotre of IBS
ouHarot n oomhtnoi the tsortlon of
the turkey, Uts slnuoumsss of tksl
Boston, the fiimrlnK of the bUBBJF liu. '
the racing of thoaTcxas Tommy sad
gMySa a few OtbST tilngs. The total I
rmuit i' swe inspiring.
NEAR AND ALLEGED BOHEM
Of GOUrSS tho hOO WS ktlt one fOStttN
of IhS oarBlvsJ. The Varanng Carnival
la dmlffnvd to bo a dOplloatO of the
aa:.' fSSllSlllOS whl. ll In Minilrh rhime
throve Tuesday lato t'ie discard and
uaher In Lent with alnjtularly laapptO
prtata rove'.ry. The eontlpsntsl fl.iv.ir.
uoce.nariiy. aStfaetod Ootham's moat
aaspii itious Bottsottsnsi aoafBoksnt1aas
and allseed Bohemians with the result
th.it the rtolnn.1 were BUjnefOUS and en
tcrtui:tliiK. It wai mlilnlaht hi fore life appoaNd
la the fathsrtnai And It waa at thi
point tuai Bias aasn1 who stamps ii i
root unpartottsly whsa it in susaoslod
tiiat ahe u a product of lbs satoBS of
Ptfi'lu. took a hanJ. or i-atlier foot. Is
lURs t a niim prtaosss who daaess
In S aown. drvaa. none, frock or coverlns
that could only tx doseribod ft "PIS "
8ht sraaksd up th proi-ceiiing so
pBSOtlVtly that tiefur.' to-day wan more
than a ftw mlBUtOS old old Csfo Boulo
vard WSJ SOSlBg Milita larely aeen
AbOBt thli time tin rt SBtSnyd ttie
QbtvalUr Aadrs do rouquoro, braa i
aaqulsltOa who la III our midst f'-r the
aurpoto .if tslllni at what hoar a
Ikpaon's eKx blus scarf may bs propsrly
w.un with a HolSB pink VSSt V oablO-
yam from I'arls shortly after aa
aouBced the acute pain lufforod iy
Bdtnund Ruoaoll throush Insblllty to
lru.l till colotfUl pri-M.'.i.-e to the OOCB
eion. 'i i i ri." lrs Jackson Deuraud
w ioin the prvsa saont spokS pf aa the
spinlncut i rajtedk nno"),
Uaorso II. Hallock of Phlladelphls
Waa pivent. rolomnly declaring thai he
as satherlna tir tor the next siote.i
iory uaili mi i displaying two pages of
pjpp i to provs it
MARQUIS AND COUNT ARE IN
Tavt, but. Of COUrSO, not least, com-l
our beloved Sdblltty, There1 wee
arossni tba Marquli Mossmeld tie Psaa
lo'i. Huron Relnhnrdi. th Count ds
Beaufort i wnn
hie .1 ig and only
II ill 111!'. .K.I.
The peesenos of thseo hd msny other
minor lumlnaiios lighted up the ball
room of the Boulevard. The cork
Bopped With Satisfactory regularity.
Tii dsnoors whlrlsd with tho inadii'.-
of which only Ootham's Bobsnla Ii
capable, and .lual about the time the
little girl pi ' t-i iii tba garment mrike
Wars mlag out to dars juii the rsvel
eean. il and I! ihslnlB, for tj. inomctit,
aoknoelsdgsd "ii Wednesdar.
firorae v. Oseets iaieploaagi
UVVDONi Ki . I. Tho tlrnt levee of
this 10 SI in wai held !iy King Qeorgl a:
Manv nrtnn flreaa the pnroa.'h Sf
winter nn m- ouni ef cbllbtatni unit 'rnpt
M'e effleh ennf a P'Trlie anil ItOktBI
.' limes almost aabssrsbie. fresasatir
erlnsfna f.-. n asrvess eoasittes. Tas fel
lawiaa ireatment gives Immpatsis re i i-r .
"DIOBOlVfl W0 tnhlei.M)nrult of i'alnH.1
oiii...iin,l in a b.ipln o' warm w.iter. Soak
the rt In ibl for ftf:n
RI Inn tee, Iteneat thto fur
era' SSrS until the troubla dtai
appears " Th anion of cio-
Bias "ninimunil for all foot all
mania la NBltS raniarkaMa. It
WStki Ihn.uah the porea and
reaun aa the cauee. Uv li ueo
, ,.rna ami rallnuoea can ba peeled rtahl
off. Ivoaty. ameiiy feat and tender.
Hihlng fret need but a few appMca
ilona. Uunl.ina eat relief Inetantly. Anr
druaslst hua It In atncS or will aet It from
hla hn:caale hoiiaa. A twentr -fl I e cent j
kaee le uauxlly WlfflllSSI to rut IhS
Werat feoi in fine i-onJItlon. Pubilahed bi
Msdl .il PermatS l.abnratertee of Chi' aeo.
Adit. . I
Every Man Read
Till" tritmnt U nald U h e
nulrfil ontlirful repult tin
thrnupThout Ih Kftt. tWM to
u tin r prtpfnilt v f firtlf v lh
MiVt forct mul aonfnte lif1'h BM
a MMtffMftt tfrinal IBtstf Mtli
io imitfil tn htDinM of
Ttry nornml httMM Mlli It U
clal tiiffl tj ti a v. mar to thoM
ahu nre hjl.tii1 Impalrfd
Klmimv, t)(sponifint. MfTM
who hive tr'ii'-'iiisr of th llmbi.
dlliltUtt, hourt pAloliatmn. cold
h.indn And faot. Innomnla. Oftr
nttliout riiuie. ttmldltv In vntur
lnr amt anral tnMIUr to act
rationally othf-m do. Mo of
v.ifit gMMfll to arlrora nrofattlnnat
niin. rifriraj wnrkerii srvi tho vp
tlTi nf o -totv'o !: houm and
nvrr-lndulaTonco In wino. llauora.
Hv prf nrlnff tho trootmpnt t
homo OM-rottr. no ono nood know
of anothtr'i troublo. whllo tho In
ltrodlrnto ar- much iwod tn fltllntr
varl prrBL-rlDtlont. oo that ovon
tho purrhaae of thorn tparatoly
lfd iri-cHilon no tlnildltv.
If thst rooder dorldo to trv it.
ret 'hr.'.' ...irnr-a of nrdlmirv ovruo
tritmii.it: i rnmpntind and ono
on me i-omnound ftutil holm - wort ;
mix and rot otMitd two hour: thon
?' one ounco t ompounfl mu
card lot ond on aataOtj unetnro
i railu.'iiono mnpiiun'l ( not rardo-
.'ii mil all torethrr. fhako wt 'i
nt tnU a tat 'noon Tut aflor oorh
trral ami ono t nlaht.
Thto I nntalno no oPUtoo whot
if anil mil alio bo naod hv
tviiinon who nurfrr with thfr norv
w Ith obsml'it rsirtalntv of prom pi
and lost. no boneflta.
aTaw ai.. WOTsP
If your child haa
Dr. Bull's Couch
CarPi.Maa.III .... BaeaV
Hollttldo, .1c. ftiblt.-tf riouMiinnao.
'I hive usH nr. ftWm i o.iwfc Svfap fc.f n.vp,
l..B h.t i. wlioufMBaj cousK, - ih oflrlif1 rwaMtW."
Mrs. Aiiiue llialut. B S .'a'! St . Kan us Oi. k.n
Jo?d FREE SAMPLE VML&Mft
Good and True
Safe and reliable for regula
ting the bowels, stimulating the
liver, toning the stomach the
world's most famous and most
approved family remedy is
In boieo lOr.. 2 fir.
hiH monoclOi without
ad si rt'ijiUT) a:ul Sir
r ROASTED COFFEE
FRANCIS H. LE6GETT COMPAWV
no kxtka cnanos for it.
u.'.... u,. . . a itM Hi.d aiai
aat Ai..rr..i. inatM aaaaa
alto aaai S r. SI.
aibe lad at
aOUa la UH
"Mr Inveterate Smoker"
It is unnecessary to inform you that the excessive use
of TOBACCO leaves an unpleasant taste in the MOUTH,
uarticularlv noticeable in the momma.
Eminent authorities tell us that the use of
tobacco results in the transference of microbes
to the interior of the mouth.
If you MUST smoke TAKE PRECAUTIONS.
The daily uso of "ODOL" as a MOUTH
WASH is the SAFEGUARD which will render
you practically immune from disease germs.
Pleasant to the taste and DELIGHTFULLY
"ODOL" will also harden the gums and keep
the teeth in a healthy condition.
There is nothing "JUST AS GOOD" as "ODOL."
Price SO Cent.
This John 6c James Dobson
CARPET and RUG Sale
Is a Boon to Housekeepers
In Profusion Plain-color Carpets and Rugs
In Rich and Artistic Shades
For ypars the John & James Dobaon Falls of Schuylkill
Mills have conducted three lines of business the making of
Carpets and Rugs on wholesale orders; the retailing of parts
of tt leir product through a New York store, and the furnish
ing of samples of their choicest designs to decorators, fur
nishers and architects, from whom they accepted orders for
floor coverings for individual contracts. Latterly the Dob
sons widened this line and offered their "cut order customers
choice from fire designs of other makes.
Last Fall the New York retail business of Dobsons was
ended. Now, as stated in their letter, this "cut order" branch
ceases, and the mills will confine their activities to Lhe produc
tion of goods for wholesale distribution onl . That is why
we had the earlier offering, and it accounts for the present
It is rare, indeed, to find such a complete assortment of
plain-color Carpels as we now are able to present from one of
the best manufacturers of these fabrics in this country.
These are the chief groups:
Brussels Rugs, 9x12 ft., 198.60, rf.
$28.50; 8 (t. S in. a 10 ft. 6 in.. N,
Wilton Rugs. 9x12 ft.. MO, rag. 138
to $42.60; 8 ft. 3 in. X 10 ft. 6 in., SSS,
Larger sixes at pnportiooata reduction.
Imperial Velvet , 9Bc y d., Peg.
Princess Vel vet, SOoyd-.reg
Mottled Velvet, Me yd., rag. 0c.
Majestic Velvet, Sec yd., rsg. 90?.
Body BrtiassU,Sl.lS yd., reg. $1.76.
Crown Tapestry, TSo yd., reg.
8, A. Plain, SLSS yd., reg. $2.25;
figured. tl.eS yd, reg. $.2f.
A. Plain. 91.26 yd., rsr. C1.60; fig.
tired, Sl.SSyd.. reg. $1.60.
B, nam, go yd., reg. 91.20.
In the Subway Store
Specially Priced Bugs
Aiminater. Sxl2 ft marie from
extra quality carpet, no borders, $10,
9x12 ft. Tspestry Brussels, at 910,
9x12 ft. Velvet Rugs, at $12.60,
8 ft. 3 in. x 10 ft. 6 in. Taneatrv
Bnispsis, at 99, regularly $16.
9x12 It. Wilton Russ, at 926,regu-larly$86.
27x51 in. Boay Brussels, at 93.60,
Store. Lower Floor
It Pavs to Buv
FURNITURE in February!"
Our intimato friends constantly ask us, quite confidentially- "Does it really pay to buy Pnrnitur in tl
Sales?" Naturally there is a feeling of doubt in some minds. And the beat advice that we can Rive to our
best friends is: "If you are troing to do any furnishing st all this Spring, DONT FAIL TO BLTY THIS FCE
1. Becsuse of the LARGE and POSITIVE Ssftags ou the very best Furniture.
2. Becsuse of the unusually LARGE ASSORTMENTS that are Shown for thin big Bete.
3. Becsuse the Furniture CAN BE HELD FOR YOU, without storsge charges, until you are
resdy to use it, if you ore not ready to furnish st once.
Ainong the Furniture that is so clean voly
underpriced you will find exactly the sorts yoa
moat desire for the simple furnishmeut of the
Summer home, or the moat elegant and elaborate
Furniture in the various Penod styles for tho
permanent furnishing of the city residence.
One feature of the G1MBEL assemblage is
the correct and artistic character of the lowwat
priced Furniture we show. Many of these pieces
and suites have been specially made up for Us
during the least active periods in the factories,
and they have boon made with the same care, sad
by the same hands that produce the Fuirdture
that we regularly buy from these same mams! sc
turers; and every piece sold is fully guaranteed
Following are some illustrations of the spe
cial values ptesiutod in Library Furniture:
Oaldan Oak library Ti
Library Table (Illustrated)
80x60 in. . oval dniirn, all solid malionany. too supported by two raaasiva
nai inp on a platform bate, scroll feet, oas drawer; may be bad In oval or obivi
KPRuiuriy io. February price, 997.60.
Mahogany Bookcases, 54 inches
long, three doors and three separate
divisions with four shelves in each,
1 1 '.-in. pallery around hacV and sides.
Rj. price asb, February price J20.
Flreatue Wing Cha.rs, all-over up-hoiiU-red,
Hiiing rcau arvl Docks.
Kca. price $26, Firuary price 16.
Club Ann Chairs, mi-over uphol
sUred, sp'ing iea:i and backs, shaped
back, large and rromy, exceptional
vali'". Keg. prin $36, Feb. price 996.
Three -pier- Library Suit, con
siiting cl retee, arm chair end arm
rocker, square box eliect, with 2! 5-in.
wood frame all around, claw foes.
sarins seats; eau, barks and InsT'ds of
-mi a coverrd with Snaniah loat her.
Reg. price 996, February price 9AS.
Other Library Chaira, in leather:
IttaaUar 'atiruarr Baaular
iTlea rrtaa rrtre
All-over upholstered Library Arm
Chairs, covered In various colon of
tapestry and velours:
US S B 8
Library Si akin g Chairs
sffea Prloa erte
$48 99T 998
SSS 988 14
Daeeaporta all -over upholstered:
$156 9189.90 $180 999
$86 970 $76 999
Mahogany Library Tables
960 9W 84 999
SSS 908 114 US
A large eaksstsan of Library
Chairs and Hoc Hera,
Arm Chairs -
Rocking ( hairs - $16
Davenports - - ITS
Coverings may ba selected pj
on at a nominal extra aassfa.
These Remarkably Fine
Suits and Overcoats
Taking the ground-hog's early tip,
hundreds of men will be glad to pick
up a fine new Winter Suit or Over
coat at this little price. For the old
adage tells us that we may expect
"many cold winds before May."
Fifteen Dollars is far below the
actual values of these Suits and
Overcoats, and considerably less
than the lowest price for which we
regularly sell any Men's Clothing
on the Fourth Floor.
This special offering is composed
of so many broken lots that it is
impossible to specify; but there are
all sizes, from 33 to 4G chest, in
both Suits and Overcoats, in the
best styles Loth conservative and
extreme of the season. An excel
lent range of patterns and colorings.
Fashion's Latest Secrets Disclosed!
A two-fold surprise, for the prices
help to make these
New Lingerie Blouses
Unusual at $2 to $12.75
A mm ka Bleiaaia ntltto f BSBSMSf YJB. CVetl thOUffh
mere wispa of batittea, adorned with hand and Swiss embrolde
eriea and all kinds of pretty lacea.
Are the Blouses quite plain? Yea, aome can be placed to
tbe category of "Aa plain aa a pipe atom." But these roaDy
abould be called shirts, for they are severely tailored.
Indeed, this la an enchanting colteetipn of Blousea, be
cause It is typlcaJ of Paris. Of course, thia la egguly explained,
for the Blouses are
Reproduction of New and
Costly Imported Models
There la such a diversity of aty MN , that to give you an Idee
of what to expert, we ahaU divide tl.em Into three groups:
The Blouses st $2 to 3.96
A Masterpiece by Paul Poiret!
A Russian Suit
f'rt Sartre ft A1 CS1. Fnnntrn t 5
j sjaxy aft VV S a. s A J Wlll y
When it was first whispered that Rtusian Bluu.se Suits
were to be in vogue this Spring, many women dreaded the
thought of long-skirted ccals that delintd the nuluiul uaisl
line. C, Paul Poiret thought of it, too.
And he developed his thoughts into this very stunning
Suit. Its coat has the effect of a blouse, but is not baggy,
as its extreme waistline is quite deep on the hips, and instead
of having a long and full skirt or peplum, it is finished with
a close fitting band that is artistically braided, 'ihe Bkht
of this Suit is paneled.
Those of serge may be selected in a smart shade of navy
blue, white or black while those of eponge arc in a new
shade of taupe.
Beer's new Russian Suit is quite the opposite in style!
But, nevertheless, it is both artistic and attractive. Silk
cordoline in Parma violet or gazelle, S86.
New models are arriving every day to enrich our col
Spring Suits at $25 to $145
.Id .( ii i j oj Art Are IntiUU to Vitw
Exhibition of Paintings
By Amirican Artists
Winch ib to be continued until
February 1 5th, Inclusive
s 'llif v. nn.. hi many Mtabss artists
urc in On Exhibit, Sbich wus hung
under the direction ol llie ArtiatH
Advirory hoard, composed of Mr.
11. 1 olton Jones, N. A., Mr. A. T.
Van Lair, N.A., and Mr. C. C.
Currun, N. A. Sixth Floor
Batiste Blouses, with quaint turnover col.ttrs and friila of
Swiss or colored scallcped embroidery. Lawn Blouses that
fasten in the centre or at tbe side front ti in n ed with wide
panels of Swiss embroidery. French Voile Blousea enriched
with Balkan colorings.
The mouses st jjfj jjjj sna 6 96
The "Louis le Grand" blouse, with their exqui
site jabots I Fine Crepe Blouses, beautifully hand
embroideted and inset with real Irish lace motifs to
form flowers. In. ported novelty crepes in stunning
plain styles. Besides, dainty batiste Bltum with
either high or low necks; aome trin.n.ed with pant la
of very good imitation Veniae lace.
The Blout.es st $8 96, $9.75 io $12.76
D.iintv trench Voile Blouses with emhroidoTorl nnai. atmam nil
over, except on their lace edged collars of embroidered batiste. Novelty
Crepe Blouses with the cleverest of collars the collar of one is inset
and lined with colored voile, which is also used as a finish for the button
holes. Altogether a collection of gems in batiste, crepe and voile . 3d Floor
Sale of Sanitary White
Enameled Bathroom and
Bathroom Cabineta, with French bevel plate glass mirror
and glass shelves, nickel-plated lock and key, at 84.76, reg. $6.26.
Bathroom Chairs, with high back, cane bottom, well made,
at $1.80, regularly $2.
Gems of Daintiness These
50c to $2 Neckfixings at 25c to $1
The very Jabota and Collars that are now in the lime
light of fashion, for the collection includes u well-known
maker's samples, and a surplus from another.
H you admire Bohemian luce, you may choose pretty net
Jabots trimmed with excellent imitations of this fashion
able lace. However, many are adorned with Valenriennes,
Hliadow and other fine lacea--some have stocks attached.
Many of the collars are trimmed with silk and velvet.
Bathroom Stools, Hquare top, rub
ber tip lags, at 9L26, regularly 21.76:
round top, ut $1.66, regularly $2.'J5.
White Enamsled TabouretUs,
mat tint; top, M $2, rtf. .().
White Knimeled Tables, square
top, ran he used an n bed or siile table;
three sl elven, at f2.76, regularly $.'1.60.
White Book Shelves, four shelves,
made extra strong and durable, at
83.26, regularly $4.
White Cost and Hat Racks, to
tie hung on wall, round mirror in
center, four double coat hooks, at
93, regularly $1).
White Inamslsd Shelves, with
mirror and wooden ring, at 90s, reg
White Kn am si ad Coatumori, two
styles, at $2.86, reg. 83.60.
White tnamslsd Hampers, extra
heavy wood bottom with braided
top. Sinn 10 x 20 x 26 inches high, st
96.60, reg. $6.60.
White En amslsd Kltehsn Racks,
complete with cereal set. This set
consist of thirteen pieces, at 90.60,
White Kn am sled Blacking Cases,
carpet top, at $2, reg. $3.26.
TMIfw w ' T MIMO Sr
Special February Prices On
February furniture sales frequently stir up the housekeeper to
a realization that there are a good many pieces of furniture about
the house that have grown old and shabby. Perhaps the arrival
of a proud new piece serves to heighten the contrast.
Therefore, during February, we announce special prices, not
only on a variety of handsome Furniture coverings, but arise on
ihe work oj upkolsUi mg which we will charge for at the actual cost
oj labor and carry out in the beat manner.
These Special! y-Pric:d X'sbrirs
Cotton Tapestry, at 91.46 yard, regularly $1.1)0.
st 91-96 yard, regularly $2.I'j.
Oobelln Tapestry, at $8.10 yard, regularly 92.76,
Damask - - - at 93.00 yard, regularly $4.26.
All these fabrics are 50 inches wide, a variety of designs and
colorings, and will give splendid service. '
Two Unususl Offerings of PORTIERES
About 50 pairs of each lot, in various good color
ings, single and double-faced. All of heavy velour.
At $16 Pair, Usually $27.60
At $20 Pair, Usually $30
At All DruggulM and Department Storet.
GEO. BORGFELDT & CO.
5&W YORK CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCo
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