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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1918,
for the Same Money or the Same Goods for Less Money Than Elsewhere "
RECEIVES APPROVAL OF
Joseph H. ChoaU and Lewis
Nixon Gash in Debate
A tiif tlvertl ) ol mi ilon cnoni
QH SBBBStSI I M I at li.uiiitor ot CoW '
mri?s regui! .ling i-. Phiii:ih ' .'ii.il
Mh tjiu km ttiot it ih Chambef
OtMltlMC VP! Mi.. J.i., ph II. f ,., !..
prlk. tmpttatlfllly 'n ifavur of fret
Ottawa for retOttt of oil natlnns
tlmufh tli mnnl. tlx averted thnt
(WW a.ir, arbitration or a ttryiul
o4B)lnn!on f lh m'.mako !n our atti
tude 9.11- the ty nut f the situation.
The Cli i nbof RM mnslilorlna a rear
ration m favor ..r enatat Ei.tm Routt
proposed h n. 'uluunt to ttIS Panama
"I don't undet stand," s.itfl Mr. Ohoote,
"how any person can eoettbt? reconcile
th .'Inunx In tho ll -Puuncfote treaty
whioh ilo'iimnls crrtisll'.y for tha ehiiwi
of all Mtlotli and the contiaIU'trv
olause in tlic I'minina '.mal trc.ity.
They -iinn'it ! reconciled,
"Th queotlon "I" tin money Involved
So nuthtnif in comfsarlsxifl to tho Betas
dples. uf rout so 'hi' c.ise can hardly
bs Mid to popcorn tin honor of tithtf
country, and tile Idea uf war iBaOftTCtlJf
:o bo Stared. I i :'.i t. I do not bolloro
that In any OtroUmStOTt St fo-dny OOtiM
the ri.it.. i Baatet anu Bnsteud ho pro
volted to war."
Lewis MJX0H sal.l th.it ho "moot cross
words" with Mr. '"hoato on this Inter
pretation of the oil treaty, lo-ause
Mr. Chont" rood into It meanings
h'.oh did not exist.
"Yon cannot find In It." ho Midi 'any
Mh Interpretation, no matter how (TOO
rwist t:.. otautte."
Mr. Klxoe ihon nUi '-'it Senator
Root, In ahandonlni tlio lluy-l'nun -foto
tra!. hud gone I'.icli to the dis
credited treaty of UM,
'I em usually ehokod off on those
thintrs." sold Mr. N.xon Indignantly,
wfcon ProoMOPt Clafltn told him his
time w up. "i prepared a paper last
time and couldn't read It. I am do'nn
this as a patriotic doty. If 1 can't got
a hearing this time I'll never tr:
Tho ?!uiTHlr voted h'm ten mtiratM
more In aril eh to finish his speech, and
Nlluti went on to say tli.it eousl'tyt Ol
treatment araa nut the same as neu
trality. The resolution was carried By a large
WOMAN KILLED BY A CAR.
A a-OTian of forty in black dress, black
ht and hlack fur coat, erosslnir One
Hundred and Thirty-eighth street, at
rtrown place, at MO o'clock last SVi Ding,
was atru. k by a northbound trolley car.
She was hurled to tho sidewalk, whore
she lay unconscio us She died half an
Jionr later In Lincoln Hospital.
The woman carried a har: IbOl In which
there Wore 21 cents, a bunch of keys and
three handkerchlets. I n one pf tho hand
kerchiefs wiu tho initial "IV
The body was sent to HaftOlU IfOflfUO,
pending Identification. I'ntr It K lly,
motnrtnan of the I ar, ivns no' arretted.
See it, learn about It," test and
try It free tho wonderful new hour
In Sid for the flenf mid those lim.' i f hear
Ing. Call at our offlr. at once lodi H yea
eta SulleNW.iS West Mill Min t
You can near nearly, instinct i.v, per
tattle, every sound with the nlil of tin
Istsst aurnleus Invention, lue r uiurkstile
Mears Ear Phone
The newlvterfertcl "Ineciai" Mod. I
Mears mil out! I hi1 i mono i moo i mo
teardlflWent toond strengths, rourdifrtreiil
atiiiatmrnts. nstaill It ' Hint' d h V ll MUCH
of the (Infer. You regulate the n,d rumen
by a tiny iwuen 10 say cuihhhuh ". ""
ear or to lieai any sound -low u toned a.
yereatlon ncur joii or smm.is noinauru
tmwin. Tho w iii.ii. ranee of the human cm
rwrered by our new r o'ir-loin i ivti uincni
To sdvortl.ie end gnlekly ffflfj
IZ, T.t u,o'whoi..oi. nic TUU spuisl
rslksiudl Cslllodsy. ,,.,..
When yon nave ihov. o .mo n
litre prossd " st I'usn, iruni.nl rf
t ..I... W. 11 ,
mm mmi esenlMy pny.isnt . II desired.
Free sclent ine nun
hy nil t'tpcrt loall (I I
fcrers from d' ,nn
call at our efe tjns w." '.. ITie I'm t
eaetthe WW l ouo-TilOS el srs .1 ' I'!?"
jHheslwwuiieinyans '"'"' -V
nt mi If vnu vrtf i ' us ' in lass " ' ' 1 who
fOOaa Wee total lee ton dsse. . 1 v-urlt
si ear upsus Pao it eest v. list oi Isas,
Call At Once!
Do net delay. Act frump' ly " r'-lhi-ei'.. r
lists. If ion rsnr.ul ta.l o .'r".;n. eras I . iy
vtaeeVyel lbs ,jai "'" J " "" V
ltesoli"s'.lii" ef ilssl' ", s.iuws
teSoplhepi'.iirsss. I W wtrjii
if siiii it siei .ho" ain.i ib'i o ms el wot
now I.. ... -,
MEARS EAR PKONT CO.
MlTMtliSt. SflttSOU W-wVnrk ri.Jf.
free trial COUPON
rNIMtS .Itt lKOKi: COM. A itv
getweea grestir ssd iih n..
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ateBdetsaiieuu ilsrsnfyuurk Jefst
SYIiSmsIs 1 r nil"'! n' vodtHmS
i .lose asr rbouesnj fvux i ns . ' '
SProoMit tun coupon i mx
i our otflco for Froo. Trial;
Meet Me ti the Fountain
A Gty in Hsself
GREENHUT-SIifjEL COOPER 0.
4 . B .GREEKHUX Pros.
1610 19 StrocU
'MAIN Bi ll. DISC-
"Choice of the House Sale
Finest Winter Suits
and Overcoats $
Values to $35; Tomorrow,
$.10 HI up Fancy Worsted Suits
$35 Woraled and Tweed Suilo
.10 Chealerfleld OverroaU
IM It. K. Model Orerroala
s.'ir. Imported Viruna (Iverroals
$.10 Brown Tweed Sulla
$25 lo $.15 Hssimcrc Suits
$25 Hlark Suits
$25 lllue BergO Sulla
$30 Fur-Collar QygffOOjtg
TMK OVKRCO VTS 1,000 of the finest atrments
More loan 50 styles in sires 3.1 to ,S2.
These brief descriptions merely shnw you the values that this great $IS "Choice of tho House" Sale
Hutiureds of uits for all-thc-yetr-'round wear and hundreds In $20 to $35 qualities in every tire
for youths, ynune, men tnd extra Itrge men who wear up to sire 52.
Rcnerve Only Full Drett and Tuxedo Suit and
Decidedly the biggest bargain occasion in the Men's Clothing Store
since our own similar event of a year ago.
ALL OF OUR HIGHEST-CLASS SUITS AND OVERCOATS FOR MEN
AND YOUTHS ARE INCLUDED. The wonderful assortments comprise
immense quantifies of clothing produced hy such famous and reputable
Rosenberg Bros. & Co., Rochester
A. B. Kirschbaum & Co., Philadelphia
Snellenberg Clothing Co., Philadelphia
Absolutely the choicest productions from these celebrated manufacturers.
The great variety for your choice, tomorrow, includes :
$10 Pluah-Uned OrerroaU
$30 Silk-Lined Hlark and Gray Over
coats $25 to $.15 Quilted flatln-Llned Over-coats
we handle. Many lined throughout with silk
3 to $6 Trousers
For Men and Youths jo
Continuance of Our Great Sale .
tun jnt C.I. TAnanssnin nt OmW
And Sow You, Too,
Can Afford a Fur Coat.
Look at These Prices!
$100 Natural Muskrat- and $PA
Marmot-Lined Coats at ... . OU
$150 Muskrnl- and Marmot- $07 f?
Lined Ovorroatst at f J
$200 Jap-Mink-Lined Over- $Qf5
roots at eO
of $10,400 Stock, Tomorrow, at
A special section of our Ma Clothing Store hat been
given over to this immense distribution of high-data and
stylish trousers of all kinds. .
$3 to $6 values, absolutely. In trousers ot
SI rlped M'ortf edt. Mixed ( 'heriotn, Handsome Caimtr
Every weisl-Diessuce Crura It to 54 In aimer, medium end sprint
weights. Msny of these trousers arc inide wllh cuffed hmtiims.
All (a all. this Is Hie biggest stle of aien's end youths' MOttfi ? 9
ever held In I cbrusry, at u mm
I MAIN Building. MM Floor.)
MM. m IU)IS(i
Ic Kmhroidercil Sviiss Titrn-dyrr ullnr
1 v ,N Hm ,4 ot Ml n I lOW )
10c Pkg. California freshly Seeded Miim.KoI It.ilsin
full site psiktee; at
(MAIN Bi d.nt. In .11 SM I
29r Hand fltjs for wtm-.tn, mctsl ftdtnes and
ciisnge purse: it
(MAIN Hu J nr. Ml ' I ....
(lit MtH, Tl'fpfiftno r 11. I) r ir.lor s f e.1
$1.50 !-mI Taffela Brnnelxlh blMl snd ntvv
. 1 11M U . t . . . -., I
r .si lo gl.75 Nutuisl o. I I ml: I .0 ,r
blue; '4 inches wide; vsrd
r. i -t pioer
broken lots , all -iter in shirts; iontc drtwgft; tt 47C
c MM Hi ding, Mils I ns- I
GRBBNhi T MIL DISK
HUM Interted tins I'.urne. made of solid brass; good
qntlity mantle, inner glats lohc; "-inch trt
pbss shtde in c.reen or tmber, if!i bceded fringe 7Q
to milch; at f s7C
inMMMUl taM n?. Vn n Ploer.)
Hit tvpvr Ittri vpfc.ils. i;.nnir 1 'm--j ,
Men's 5 Silk Negligee Shirts
With French Turn-Over Cuffs; J0 ET
Only G00, Tomorrow, at
Our special sellinR price is exactly ) of the regular selling figure, and these are such
superb, well made and stylish silk shirts that we could just as easily sell ten times the quantity
we have for tomorrow.
The Workmannhlp I Flawlethe Pattern and Colors Are
Thone Which Are Now Featured In Leading Haberdashery Shops.
Only 600 shirts each a $5 value; all :uzcs your choice, tomorrow,
(VAIN Rs'fdlnt, Mile Fleer.
Men's Fine Shoes
Thousands of Pairs in $3, fl-fl 0"
$3.50 and $4 (iradcs-Sale, I tl
Three Sample Lines from Prominent Makers
These are the "SAMPLES" the shoes that salesmen show
in the various stores on their trips throughout the count t v.
The Excelsior Shoe Company of Portsmouth, Oh;o; the
(ieorge H. Snow Company of Urojkton, Mass.. and the l.ehieh
Valley Shoe Company of Allcntown, Pa., have contributed their very choicest
great selling event scheduled to begin at The Big Store tomorrow mi rning.
All of These Shoes Are in Perfect Condition and inThis Sea
son's Most Fashionable Leathers, in Button and Lace Styles.
Being "Samples," these sho.-s are principally in sizes 6, 6'o, 7, 71 j, in A, B and C widths;
hut 10 make the size range complete we have added two lines of gun-inotal calf lace and button
shoes, of which we have all sizes. There is sure to be a size and a style for almost every foot.
Alto Included in this stle ire tbnut 1,000 pairs of low shoes In patent leather, tan Kustia calf and gun-metal, in all
siies and widths. This is a good opportunity to buy your liaster footwear at a saving of about J t tho regular prico.
I VMM tt :j se, .s.. - : I
'Somples" to this
'MAIN Bl lLDING-
n to n.75 (88-Note) Music
Rolls for Player-Pianos
35c Each; 3 for $1
LAST CASKS DIM Ml I) Hundred of new title
More than 20,000 rolls still remain for your selection.
Numerical catalogs on request.
(MAIN fctllilng har floor )
'1.50 to 2 Soft Hats
For Men, Youths and (2Qg
Boys; Tomorrow, at
Rough, smooth, and stitched effects in stool, brown,
olive, grtv, etc. All sirot.
A new shipment just received will bo offered for
your selection tomorrow.
I.VMIN Building, Sec mid riser.)
$1 New Back-
Mi.Je of retl Roafskin, pin Morocco tnd English longgnin leathers; tome
with double flap front, others fitted with ctrd-cite and mirror; black and
$3 Hand Hags two chic shapes in correct seven-inch size made of real pin
M or. i, 'i'o soil loni' erain eoatskin leathers: folded-bottom thane: Si rTP
full calfskin lining; lilted with chance purse; block tnd colors; at 1.1 u
$1.50 Ostrich K('uther!$l Silk Opera Hags -with 50f Beaded Bag a
I ana -long curly
plumes, on carved
bone slicks; as
evening 7Q j
shades; tl. f ,
dnv. -string handle tnd
ornamented with silk ro
sette and long fringe tas
sels; Urge tstortment of
colors tnd tintt; fTO
. I MAIN Build ni, Mi n rioor.)
newest thapo with
wide flap front ;
cord handles; dainty
GREEN HIT BUIL DING
Best 60c and 65c Printed Linoleums. on
A Wide Selection of Choice Patterns in Tile Effects. Parquetry Wood-Flooring am VI
Designs in Newest Colorings. Tomorrow, a Square Yard -mWmW
I We rrn-rvr fhe rlfht I
I to Hmir guinffflr
Precisely 5132 yards in this timely spring sale and dis
tribution in our Floor-Covering Section tomorrow. Understand
clearly, please, these are not remnants or short lengths, but
full rolls of perfect, high-grade linoleums.
lORMNHUT Bulldlnt, First fleor.l
$1.50 "E. Z." Self-Filler
Fountain Pens HKp
Tomorrow. Each WV -
You merely place the ball of clip in hole, press the
holder once, and the pen fills instantly. Will write
5,000 words with one filling. The barrel is beautifully
chased; each pen is fitted with a 14-kt. pen-point and
patent safety clip.
ONE OK THE BEST PEN HAK GAINS WE HAVE
(MAIN H i nt. .Main Plat.)
GREEN HUT BUILDING
Gas & Electric Ceiling Fixtures
At - Regular Price; Tomorrow
Included in ilie lot are one-, two-, three- and four-light fixtures fur pa,
electricity, or gas and electricity combined, in brushed brass and other finishes.
I he prices mine from a I -light gas fiiturc, djf up to a 4-llaht electric fixture, regu- $Q "JfT
rogultrly 50c; at aOc larly I18.2S; at If I O
This it a rare opportunity for house-owner and builders but be sure to OMI EARLY!
(ORBK.NHUT Buildlsi, Mtis I'Uor.)
Groceries, Fresh Meats, Etc,
.(mo Othef Staple and Fancy Eatable
BIG LIST OF SPECIALS TOMORROW
Ripe Sweet Oranges
NkW VUi., JiATI
1 lb u
I It i IIEI SB
Our Own Making
In o.i- nun "Duliaht ' Kiksrv at Mtkt
Jc . u:.. wtkts, TJ 'r.. t'tt, nr..id inj
raits, lrr-.h -p?'- . r tj d;ri:l
i-.. in dir " ni a tout o.'i v .i f nilautts.
MF.RR1 X'lIlOW POUNU CAKE
USNI IM- I l H MOLI Kls-
tatdi Utrwit tylti
tttki sue. ltd
THRBB l YI N I MB9
PRB8H I'm Mi CAKB1
ttki iiiWi 3 ih-
QBI ii nit i HOMB-aAKBD
fimpk n tllseti pri'.-li tl sppl.
,)l.l It Kit COPI I t RINt 's
ttdb, loa i"d
DHAKA'S CIUUMATEO t'ot'Nli q.
CAKES esch, I.U5: 2 lb
DMAKE S SIMINGI. CAKliS - )()
MACAROONS freehly made; l!
JhlKE'S HE.ST BL'rrhKIM'
W - deli , ir rrinti.
SANOWICMIB irjjloy nnJi wiih him,
eorntd heef or tfctttt ;
rrtpptd m oil papr-; ca.-li .. . . sew
IUN8HINE afKUITH helci of all lot
rtrlttltsl 6 tidttftl! t".; Up
ICE ' REAM CONEI ttretil ho' ""m At
l' Mr. do, UK",
J -iinrs ik illi Its . t un
Presh Vruhn and
.'..!: lit .n
R'J ,1B ! RAl
aaiuHi it '' ii '''is
Jo-an. lilc IT.d,
NBI BtH.W .iA P01 ATOttl
2 aun :
HIIKII1A l.HU'Klitt II
do. , HK: .1 for. .
LABOR BWBBT I'lM ahhi Es
i OBNBO BEEE -shola nimpa ol a -
ttll a ii tla; lb I ''-
CORNCU BEBI -eko a ,u of
na.il o iiar; Ih
MtlAM BBBJ -hoi.-a vita of
ItllVI ribs; lb
I AMB Ii ..d ,;.iarcrs uf tjaj
1 AMR f ill f jra quarlara f lit)
.Ml f TON asa of lane;. I ilttl
in. i I?
SC'K RIM iwtel p'-ind
rS'nrd, flit; lb
PORK bolt loins uf fresh
RAUSAGI fraeb midt. :3.mir
ti)'lt pu'k: 2 :h., IS,.; Ik. ... ...
HAMS .sr.'sj, Km fiajfe
pOt I tbtiti q.isiirv try.
p .sadi lb
i .MAIN Buildint, Tbird t-.oor
Other Greenhut Building Sales Tomorrow:
J2.78 Uralded Novelty Net
( urluirs pair
$.1.76 Scrim and Mai-
quUette Curtalna A ET A
Si I SO Ettentlon Table- -quartered
oak top; 42 inches in di- $,
Ladies' S'J.50 Detka
$26.00 ( Irraanl.tn Yt alnul $-1 Q r i
l)TaM)r at X
$24.00 Chiffoniers, to $1 Q iU
malrb -at 17.UU
$36.00 Qoartered Oak A A (TA
Groups of Boys' Suits
Specially .Priced for Tomorrow
For tomorrow we have assembled many lots of high-class suits
from our own superb stocks and have reduced them as follows:
Boys' Suits ' Boyt Suit for- i Boyt Salts
ormoriy to if
to $7; at
$4; at U $5; at
Must popular Norfolk and double-breasted styles, in
variety of materials, including cheviot, cassimeres, in tans, grays,
browns and fancy mixtures. At $5, choicest blue serges. All of
these suits are well made. And even those at the lowest price aro
All Size From 6 to 17 Year
formerly to $4; $
-formerly to $8;
Buttnn-to-neck and Russian styles; serviceable materia Is, in
cluding chinchillas. Some coats trimmed with fur. Most popular
lengths. Sizes 2 fo 9 years.
New for Now & for Spring!
A) (Showing of new models- copied
from French hats fust received.
Fashion has decreed small hats for
early spring wear and these models
we show, tomorrow, ore splendid ex
amples of the new fuvurcd desisns.
There's no doubt about it, these hats will ut once appeal
to women of fashion. The trimmings are particularly effective,
though simple. Best colors.
Bullfnt, Plrsr Floor I
Boys' " Mother's ao
Friend" Wash Suits HNC
Values to $2, at v
Other famous brands included. Military
sailor collar and Russian styles. Sizes 2 1 2
to 8 yean.
Boys' n ijq
With neck-bands and collars or collar
attached. Fancy stripes, plain colore; also
plain white. Siies 7 to 10 years.
Men's and Women's '12.50
20-yetr royal told -filled caiaa; plain or engine-turned
tecona nana; tajuttta ttven-jewel movement
$1.7$ German SOvar Rlna
Moak Hagt oval
f ram ; 8 Int. wide : white
kid lining, wltli change)
pocket; tomor- QQ
n (ace with
row, at .
$3 Optra Olaaaet excal
lent Lhevtllor, Par It,
1 en tea; blaek loather
covered bod with la-
panned frame M eft
;st x.i u
m.-J-LM- r ,
tit isomer h:ii an v
Tha tboee sra three eeeisla out of hnndradt for tomorrow.
(MAIN etuaasi tta Ptoet.)
Double W Green Trading Stamps Before 12 o' ClockSingle Stamps Thereafter.
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