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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY t7, Iffl.
IN SESSION THAI
LASTS ALL NIGHT
Public Buildings Bill Keeps
Members in Seats Until
3.50 A. M. To-Day.
WASHINGTON, IVfb. 17. After an
all-night session marked by a bitter
Struggle over putolle building expand!.
tUraa. the Senate at 1 Hit nVlnok tKl.
---. HIS uuiiu l.u llllll.aa
Appropriation bill, oarrylna- an Increaaa
of nearly 1.ono,000 over the m.noo,
DO bill aa pasaril by the Houaa.
Ona eweeplng amendment inserted
Juat berore paaaage at tha auggeetlon
f Senator Kern of Indiana prohlbltd
Hi aractlon of a building or the pur
ahaaa of a Kite fur poat-offioe purpoeea
exclusively In any city whara the poe
tal receipts were leaa than 110,009 a
Thli rrmnge would hoM up Indefinitely
She erection of sixty or seventy foulM
tflfa aruthorUerl In tha WU.
Tha aB-nlglit aeaalon waa rpte with
Cacti one-1 argument arlrstng over appro
gtrlatloaa m !. for mnmor'al tiiillfllnsre
a Washington, and over al.eged prefer
nce given to "UeJ women" of the
dvat war In control of the affairs of
the American KrM Croai.
GAYNOR NEARLY HIT
BY AUTO ON HIS WAY
TO BROOKLYN BRIDGE
"Summon Those Men!" He
Orders Policeman, but Fails
to Appear in Court.
Accuaed by Mayor Oaynor of reckless
driving of an automobile, Bernard Mlt
ntok of No. tBfi lied ford avanua, Brook
lyn, and Eugene Kamlres of No. 18
East Sixtieth atreet ware arraigned be
fore Magistrate Levy in Centra Street
The traffic policeman who serrorl
summonses on them aald that at 6 30
o'clock laat ri ght, when the crowd In
front of Hie 1'ulltzcr Building and the
Bridge was thickest, tho Mayor stepped
up to bUlli and pointing to a car which
waa roun.llng the trafflu post opposite
Frankfort street to go to tha Bridge,
aid: "Take the number of that car and
acrve summonses on thoae men. They
were apeeains Illegally and nearly ran
"All I know," aall nnmlrez, "la that I
waa working slowly along through tha
bridge crowd when c little man with a
high hit stepped In front of the car."
Mm : Larry shujilenod; ha hasn't
liked to hear about little men ith high
hata since Ut own tile waa omashed
down over hla eura by a humoroue
athlete ut Cohimiiua C'trcl ona nlglu
last week, ltainlrez conllnued:
He Jumped bank out of the way ha
for I could stop the car and I thought
no more about It until the polloaman
came to me with tho lunmotu,"
The policeman said he had not aeen
the car In rapid motion and had not
fceeo observing It at the time of which
l (ha Mayor complained,
a Magistrate Levy adjourned the caae to
gJve the Mayor, who waa not In court,
time to aend wltm-sses.
EXTRAVAGANT, HE SAYS.
President Lowell Deplores Free
Use of Money in Promoting
CAMBRIDGE, Mas,., Fob. 17. Ex
travagance In college athleuoa la de
plored by Preside tit Lowel of Harvard
in hla annual report to tha ovaraaara
of tha unlveralty. "WlUi revenue of
IMO.oou a year," he aaya, "money
comes easily and la easily spent under
Oho opur of Intenae public Interaat in
tho result of the major eonteafa, and a
little laxity quickly laada to crave abuse.
KxlravHgan.ee atlll ezlata and vigilant
oupervlalon la required to reduce it
Graduates, who form publlo opinion on
theae matters must realize that Inter
collegiate victories are not the moat
Important objects of college education."
Concerning the project to extend
dormitory Ufa to (he freshmen tha
President states that enough money
haa been aubacrlbed to build three of
tha four bulldlnga projected. They
will houae over four hundred and
x fifty stuaenis.
, , a
Ji Tirr DcufiDne ucuenu
ST I nr I ntnnnwd iiuiioun,
Telia Civil Service to Get Jots for
Negro Who Went to Pole.
WASHINGTON, Fab. IT. Aa a reward
for service, President Taft haa Issued an
executive order directing the Civil Ser
vice Commlsalon to appoint Matthew
A. Henaon, negro, to the bust available
place under the classified service.
Unison, who has been with ltear Ad
mired Paary for twenty-two yeara and
who waa the only other man bealdra
Peary to reach the north pole, will not
be required to take tha usual civil ser
Parrel gpeeteG Delivery
WA0KI NO TON , Feb. 27. - Poatmaa-
tor-General Hltchooclc to-day learned an
adder extending the special delivery
amino to parcel poet moil, fee 10
onto, of waloh tho meeeengor receives
1 Tale feature of tho now oyttom
waowtponed at the owUot la order
ASK COMMERCE COURT
TO NAME ARBITRATOR
IN FIREMEN'S STRIKE
Two Chosen Under Erdman
Aot Are Unable to Agree
Upon Third Man.
It waa oflldarry announced to-day that
a halt had oome In Hie progreoo toward
arMtratlon under the Brdmaa act of
the dlfrVraltlan pending between the
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen
and Bnsjlneraen and the Board of Man
ager of the fifty-four railroad east,
of Chicago. The two arbitrators select
ed respectively tjy the firemen and the
railroad managera have been unable to
agree upon a third member of the arbi
Under toe Krdman aot It ts provided
that If the representatives chosen by
the two contending parties cannot agree
upon a third within five daya a neutral
member shall be MtOOtOd by the presid
ing Judge of the L S Supreme Court
and the Commissioner of Commerce and
Labor. That course mutt now be fol
lowed. When, on Feb. It, ihe atrtke of the
firemen and enginemen, which threat
ened to paralyse the whole field of
traffic east of Chicago and north of
Norfolk, waa averted by the agreement
of both aid. a to arbitrate, Albert I'hll
llpa waa selected aa the arbitrator ot
the Brotherhood and the railroads
picked W. W. Atterbury.
In making publlo tha faot of their
disagreement Mr. Phillips said that hs
would aend notice of .his halt In the
proceedings) to MarUn A. Knavpp, pre
siding Judge ot the United States Com
merce Court, and O. W. W. Hanger,
acting United States Commissioner of
Commerce and Labor, lis would not
say whether or not he and Mr. Alter
bury would submit to tho two Govern
ment offlr-uis the nemos of possible
candidates or of men upon whom then
had failed to agree.
DEPEW ON TURKEY TROT.
Ra-Seaater Thlalte, If Rot lateral,
"Is frloae to Watare."
PALM MaMsaT, Fla.. Feb. IT. "I
havs been watching this caks walking
with a good deal of Interest," said
Chauncey M. Depew. addressing fifteen
hundred people at the Polndana cake
walk laat night, "and I ahould say that
the turkey trot was probably evolved
from It, or would have had I not road
an Interview with a dancing master re
cently. In which ha said the trot was
the only natural dance, all others being
unnatural. My own observations are
that If It is not natural, then It Is elose
Two minutes of laughter and hand
clapping pasaed before Mr, Depew
could get any further.
AND FULL OF GAS?
HERE'S A CURE
Time it I In five minutes all stomach distress will go. No indigestion, heart
burn, sourness or lir-lrliing of gas, arid or eructations of undigested food, no diisi
ncss, Moating, foul lircath or headache.
Tape's Hinpepsin is noted for its speed in regulating upset stomachs. It is
the surest, quickest and most certain remedy in the whole world and besides It is
Millions of men and women now eat their favorite foods without fear they
know now it is needless to have a bad stomach.
22 GRAIN TRIANQULE9 OF
I N FIVE MINUTES.
SETTLES UPSET STOMACHS
LARGE 50 CENT CASE
ANY DRUG STORE.
Hitting the High Spots
in Popular IVIusic
Editorial pat os recently are f Ulod with lists of "10 boot books," "10
greatest 11 ring, Americans," "10 foremost American worn on," "90 famous
man of all tlmot," otc.
A reporter started out recently to find tbo "10 most popular melodies"
of the year. By trailing leading vaudov'llo people, visiting picture theatres
and the main cabarets in New York, comparing notes with cabaret people
in Chicago, Frisco and elsewhere, consulting programs of the Charity
Ball, Old Guard Ball, the Tale Prom Dances, Arabian Nights Ball, Lin
coln Dinners and society functions generally, he finally decided upon the
following Hat as represent atire of mualc moat In demand:
No. 1 "SOME BOY."
No. 2 -"DADDY HAS A SWEETHEART, AND MOTHER IS HER
No. S "THOSE RAOTIME MELODIES."
No. 4 "MY TURKISH OPAL FROM CONSTANTINOPLE."
No. 6 "LAUGHING LOVE," Two-Step.
No. 6 "MARIETTA," One-Step.
No. 7 "VALSE SEPTEMBRE," Walts.
No. 8 "MARSINAH," Valae Orientate.
No. 0 "ROSE SONG," from "ROSE MAID."
No. 10 "LA RUMBA," Tango.
Such artists as Lillian Lorraine, Loulae Dresser and Beasie Wynn are
now using these numbera successfully.
It is interesting to note that "Those Ragtime Melodies" is Rube Mar
luard'a maseot andhaa been suns constantly by him ever since his vaude
ville debut with Blossom Seeley.
Lyric hy OtpTI BUCK.
J m m 10
Tske it (mm me thai I
We Give Surety Stamps Free With All Purchases and Redeem Them (n Merchandise
T In New York's a Shopping Center
U INFILL-ADAMS LO
Sixth Ave., 20th to 22nd Street
New Silk Remnants
At About Half Price
Wnlst, skirt and divas lengths in Foulards, Crepe de Chene, Crepe Meteor,
Mrssaline, Charmeuse, Pongee, Tussah, Taffeta, Print Warp Taffeta, Mar-
qniteue, cailion, l'rrsian Silk, Tub Silk, etc. Here are a few of the bargains:
Dress Goods Remnants
At About Half Price
Waist, skirt 'and suit lengths in Berns, DUgpoais, Poplins, Cheviots. Hen
rietta, Nun's Veiling, Mohair, Prunella, Broadcloth. Scotch Mixtures. Challies.
A wide range of colon and styles. Hera are law ot theae bargains:
We 29c 1fl39c gggc jg 1 29c vHl39c Sjjgc 59c g
59c f 69c If 79c 89c f 69c g 79c E89c 98c g
OnraOl Mala SSSSS Urn mm Floor. QWeBI State SliM Sn al Sleer.
Thirty of the Newest Models of
Women's Spring Suits
Copies and Adaptations of High
Class Foreign Models and the Smart
est American Fashions.
Guaranteed Values, 125.00 to $95.00
Club Flan DESIRED
The new short cutaway models.
The new buttoned over styles.
The new "side kick pleat' skirts.
The new gathered back girdle, or belted
And other new features of Spring
Wool eponge. striped
worsteds, poplins, Bed
ford cord, serges and
Also a full showing of the new Coats and
Dresses for Spring; values ,.tfA
$25.00 to $35.00, at .fl 7.9U
leather brown, gray
and-blaek, stripes, tan.
navy, white, gray, black
Good Books at 25c
Publisher's Pricts wsrs 76c to $JM.
Many ORIGINAL EDITIONS of New Books, Pnpsdar P So Psso
Novels, Romances, Mystery Storlea, Detective and Ad rent ure Stones. Poets.
Standard Authors. Hookatfor Young Folks, etc- etc., etc A few of the titles are:
Muilc br DA VK STAMPf.it.
r t- r t r
o grand, and Gut a heart llut'i lull
Hr IP i p i l
T Hs bHngi mr
s - r t u
rah oil, Mraa.
la I-ore'a INinialn,
Marah Rills itran.
Nona and fathers.
Miss Morraalna. by
Marah lulls Kjan.
Mm, br Marah nits
Thusr Urrwatar Chllilrra.
bv l-liirraca Murse
The Mills of
Dnrheas of Wmm
br I'hlilu rarae.
The Kafir's Feather, br
Thrltoral Rstd. br Haarr
The I 11 known (led. br XV
X. rutnam Wnale.
I'adar tha Thatah. br
Sprll's i-rtr. br Our
.Inl rrom inr rrrnrn
Marr .. narrura.
The Cualsn. br
aaxtlam Terrors, br
lota the Dt "a as sr. nr
Irllrlta. br Chrlstee basilar.
And Maasr (MDeae.
ft Volumes. Illustrated, $1.39
A $3. f,n act of this king of ahort story writers. Over 200 SIM)awMS
sturlrs, inHny humorous, ninny putlitl", many dramatlo, many trasnw.
intensely Human and all decidedly enit-riairuiig.
Ldgar Allan Poe
Tho else of type la long primer,
which Is easy rt-itiltn? arnl rr-stfut
to the py1. Tht lllustriilloiiH ar
mah' from orlk'li.al iialnlluga by W,
Cillliert KiIkh. ,
Robert Louis Stevenson
6 Volumes, i CA
BU rolumea. I.STS pagao. IM
Novels, Short Btorles. Kaaayo an I
l'oema. Handeomely bound; titles
In gold; clear, new tyPi beautiful
of ivru -
CopTright, mi msii. br William H Prnn. Grne Durk and Dave Stamper
Joa. W. Stcra St Co., Sole Selling Ageau, New York.
DADDY HAS A SWEETHEART,
And Mother b Her Nunc.
Words by GEM BUCK. Music br DAVK STAMPER.
ra - I (-EM T IT rf-arJ blr 3B,: E 3 3 E 3 1
jg e f rr t tr-f tr 1-" -rlJ- t ' It I
l5ad df has a sweet-heart.. And he's hesd snd heels In lovs 1 have oh - sa
wfttcbW him kiss her, While th moon pteped from a - buvc,.
Copyright, mchxii, by Wm. Ptnn, Gtnt flurk ft Diva Mjtnpw .
jus. w. aurn s io. hole aciuog Agcut.
Eich day b
Those RatTtime Melodies.
( Prom tha Music Plsr "Ths Charity Girl.")
Lyric by Game Honcaias MsLviiia ALassNoss. Muilc by Gana Honcaiaa
KEPKAIN. awsgj L
Oh, Oh, thoae-rag -time met o diss! . Oh, Oh, those
ras-tijnc mal - a die,' Whan that mi, . la
Whan that mus - ic
rag tuns raal
It is estimated that a million conies or mora hara aire aeta haan tils-
posed of, which aeema to prove that Americans are as musical as any
nthar nation on earth.
STILL ANOTHER UNUSUAL STORY
THE WlliCS OF THE N0RlilHC'
BY LOUIS TRACY
As Startlintfly OrJclnal and Exciting as
"urzak of the apes "
Marion Harland s COOK BOOK
which has never until now been aolil for loss tlian gx 00. at 59C
the I'glraordlnary iri f
VAUION BaRLAKD known from the Atlantic to tha 1'aclflu Ooaat
ns the greatesl authority on domestla solsnos oontribates, beaiaes tn
thniiHiiiiriH ut carefully proved recipes, prepared for tha housewife rnot
lur the cliff i, man:. ciiiiiters on the earn anil management of tha home.
u.lil, ih.. ilri.l ..v n a! I,. - I i ' .. . Asiit-rtmica.
Mall Oraere Mllrd O'Neill Main mure Mrs
Sakt: 1 lrkirn r9c Tl AlTr
of iiinuuiy djl iuui
The famous Plllsbury's Best ( Bag. 24lA lbs.
XXXX Flour you all know
tVe reserve li" right to limit quantities on all grocery specials. Mail
nler filleil promptly. Phone .1700 1 hclsea
Ready mnJc Soups
Th.' Krait Anmi l' -n
lf'ooil i'u.'u 1 1 V I ll
;i:i i ". Tomitd).
ttvll, V e gri t tv b 1 or
Hoitch Bi uth, No. 1
Finest trreh made El
gin Crsamery, packed
In 0 - p u u n d stuns
crocks; this gJ
Ilrtght, plump fat rlsb,
averaging 1 Iba.
without b a a d a or
t a t I a I 10 - pound
psila, this j ycj
ONE, MORaL GRLAT LOT OF FINL, NZ,W
$18 to $25 OVERCOATS
Some double breasted,
others single breasted, also
button through styles or
fly fronts, swagger patch
pockets, many yoke lined
with Skinner's guaranteed
Aatrachan Collar and Cuff
Overcoats An appropriate
coat for motoring, driving or
general wear. Lined with quilt
Swagger Fancy Overcoats
A popular coat with patch
pockets and London sleeves.
Dress Overcoats 4 inches
long; fly front, full satin lined.
Made of St. George kerseys.
11 m HnPriese
Ths most up-to-date
materials, including the
fine Tartan Back Chinchil-
Plaid Back Iriah
fsMiaoejis Srt. George
Keneju. SaMtlaisds and
Msstchad Tweada, Supe-
Caib or Credit
Pay at Intcrrab
dot Mamma and Fancies.
ajmlafaOO atamjdsjl OvCI
Evening Dress Suits,) .
Pull Evening Dress and Tuxedo Basts in
this Season's latest models, made of all wool
Black Vicuna, gros-grain silk facing and
Venetian lining. All siaea, 84 to 4j stouts
up to 48.
Splendid Vatuca a!
button models; veeta ate high; the latest la
worsteds, cheviots and csswmercs. Also
the belted Norfolk suits in mixtures, plain
colors and pencil stripes and plaids. Siaeo
84 to 4.
$4,000.00 NOW, for $7,000.00 Worth of Shirts, Suited the Maker's Bmergenm
Better Than Waiting a Couple of Weeks for Their Full Value. Therefore,
You Can Buy Tine, New $1.00
$1.25 and $1.50 SHIRTS
Tomorrow at . . .
Six of Them for $4.00
Every shirt new. auic and SDan. made on the best fitting
specifications in fact, they were made as strong leaders at 81.00,
81.W and 41.60, and shirts have to be very good to lead those prices.
Woven Madras, Printed Madras, Percales, Batiste,
Mercerized Pongee, Togo Cloth, Fancy Mercerised
Shirtings, New Stripes, Figured and Plain Colore.
Cut coat style In either pleated or plain
negligee, boaoms finished with heavy pearl
buttons, cuff are attached either stiff
atari-had or soft double turn-back stylo
also the new turn-back starched cuffs, which
can br turord over, giving you two pairs of
clean cuffs with each shirt. All sires.
are on some of the shirts. Can
be turned back when soiled; bring a
new, cleaa edge out.
liutlrrlue Gold Colal
l.uiiu better IfiAiJu. 07
1 id. vrltits . . . . eWC
lli.llrd Mala I'rmb
lnll.nl 0.11:1. B.i , 'IC-
lu I ue. fur OOC
ft lbs for It
Bsdlasa No-teer I'l rni h
llona.eaa. urge 't7r
Tha 'io'J taabsf, ia Mag
eanalssi lares lie.
Tin. Uohl l..i. - In 11-
11II. tins It
'Hie ii, lil l.ahol, 111 Q
nil. U tlij, 5C
Herring Hoe So.
l' 11114 tt-la sale.
Piiteh fee auss o
ivr paokaga .... OC
Malteil laSM Al CC,
niour'a. Ig, lottl. OOC
Km. ill botilsa IIAc
I III II I It I IT AMI
l.l.l l AIM I .H.
y a 11 1 Haaalan Off
Lemon, 1 1 . a-DC
i.r, 1; ur a I d W I a
?r'::, ; ...29c
i 111 y 1 .tiiarrliiaa. QO
UoXwIl ....... OsfcC
H r r in ii ii a NW fulst-
i.H-o. -ft-qiiaii flL.
I i - .-' -. easffaafSi
Krd ur rlluM Ouinn
r guar t hut- Q
WUm onion.. - r, o-
uu.rt btk4tl . .
Iluahal line IiMc
nil y I l-riilia Oraiiifrwi
iteKUlriy 0fl edsf
atOtti Hi r . .
J iim hirwHlirrrlM
Fsvnry -piiiit. h
ItrriiiiMlfct Ooloita Q
for III ink. par lb. SC
. . . . dine
1 uih I HlllMh
l i r hm id ...
i u in Hnillahti
lr bum h . . i
I tun i t i-lrrt lltiu-te
or Heal aaeel
ro. Kgg I'laat Q
S for no
Hptil I VI..1.
' o r n e il Href - (Vah
uekedi reaadi IA.
per Hi Sjasgej
mar H.,ii-tl llama- 2JC
lake Hlurgeaio- C
J'er II OOC
Smoked Nalmno 32c
Sasabes Wees' Heef 2c
1 1 1 i s i apBCI ti t
Nia lura htati- -Kngllsii
l ... i Stle 'Q
I o 1 1 1 . 1 r 1 1 1 1 Hoiuefrt f,
sage insis ' r'si 24c
Men's "Dub-L Wear" Hose
Six Pairs GUARANTEED Six Months
Wear" Hose are
made of the fincat
quality silk lisle
1 It ft ad double
the wenr ronien.
medium a n i
tun, nrtvy, urny and
It Will III till fnill est I.. a I lAaaanalf iff U dljesaxxdi L mm tM SI SI
r ... , as 1 1 1 1 gj, 1 1 I UtaWlfjHjr 1111 IS II 1 4 1 i l ' '
neeri darning during the guaranteed poriodi nsverthalsM we will
rapMOS any Hint do.
O'Neill's Ills Store for Mail and Ihe Bore.
Women's Undermuslins at 50c
Gonn, (Jhfmi.ir and Corset i'iem that
are Usually sold ot not leu than 800.
H IJRSI1.1I J .'a
1. 1 1-1-1 it i n
II I. Hill M.
Farkr.i a' A :,ar
rln.v In loinato
saucs. .arcs tli.a;
rrsiisr: v 17,-:
ia.., i2' -c
hi is H.
Crvninl to ml tv
lb cn rt.ini
reih-ia fo .-ak-
lrisl. Dow1ara 1 ;
I Ih. mus- nAf.
In haa. . HC
to snr of the
Fresh marls: ousrt
No. 1 tins. . . .Or
r a n y r.orMa
Go'i ns, tiin.le in soft
ranilinr or iiuinlin, I'igli
or low link, nil trim-
rneii itii tlalaly
smhroidary " r tt
O'Xilll ..ln Store- Bs.ement.
Chrmlses, prettily Irim
matj with linen Igee nr
embroidery, kni'p or skirl
lenglli; niS'le III
lace DUc I lonseloth DUc
Drawers. Bads of ramlirli', all
slvlrs, with h'rmirh liaml, ilalntily
einliroldnrnd. Valtin HOp, rj r
fiperlal at aJjC
IfNelli Mala B Me
Corset C rrs, maila In
fine BjaJasoOSi prettily
triutmed. with dainty
lares or em-
bmldery.., 50 C
Prlm-css Sllpa. nunlri of fine, soft
Ballltook. Soiofed or Hlilteaiul daintily
Irliniiied with prnttr Urns, f
Vahm.A0. Hpet-lal at. , $ l.UU
without geeing a great money -saving
have ready now
of fine white stock, well made
and heavily gummed; in buai
nesa sites, on sale
at $1.75 per 1,000 Printed
with Name, Street
AddreM and City
N'ot less than 1,000 to each
order nt this special price.
Q-Ms Mala ttplfjyM-ft
S3L O'Neill-Adams Co.,
SUth Ave., 20ib to 22d Steect, 1 York City