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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY
FEBRUARY 27, 1918.
Bolh Houses of Legislature
Likely to Pass Measure Giv
" ins? Street Grants
AMAWT, Feb. "'.-fnrler a bill Intro
uwd "y Aaron J. larvy. Majority Iad-
of the Animblf, MM In said to
tiave th' approval of (Inv. BUtSer, neww
eXamln mav Da en Ctae at all MM subway
Stations In .New York f'lty. The measure
provides for tlir erection of newsstruids
M and a'j .ut gutswiy stations and ran.
fere OH th Beard of Aldermen the riant
to Issue permits. William trrtr-an,
PtMld. nt or the N, - York WOWl DaSt
Siaf Protectee Association, and Mr.
Socnl. Um Wot-President, have appeared
In favor of the measure.
The N,w York ItSllsUtOra are for the
n-.e...iu e almost to a unit.
"It la a bill that can harm no one, but
SS.1 be the means of lielp;ng many per
sons, to aay BOtMnS of the convenience
to Ihe public," Sir. Levy aald to-day.
("M.Wspaperl are a necessity, and the
greater part of them mut be sold In
the ttmta The runnlni of a new
atan,l means a livelihood for many
rrlpplci r,r eMerly men and women.
I hnlf IIMpaet that Morounh Presl
denr McAneny, in removing the stanls
In the atraata where the stoop I'.ne woe
establls'ipd, did It to Impriea on the
rlcli people that he waa not dlsr-rtm-Ina'lns
In favor of their poorer nolnh
bora. tiut the people want atande on
tile rtreeta where they buy papera and
pei lodlcalj. Plicre can be no objection
on the part of property owners, for the
Mil provides that the consent of the
owners of the property must be ob
tulnel before the atand can be estab
lished "T!ie hill 1s a permissive one," Sana
tar Henry W, Pollock aald, "so there
cannot be the objection that It compel
the city to do something. There la no
qnoatlon about the neeesBlty of news
elands around the subway atatlona. and
1 can aee no re.i.son why any one should
oppose this MIL No property owner
will be annoyed by It, and It keeps ihe
granting of permits In the handa of the
PANHANDLER HAD BANKROLL.
SO HE GETS SIX MONTHS.
Old John Connors Makes Fatal
Error in "Grubbing" From
Detective Riley Twice.
John Connora, fifty-five years old,
atood shivering In Times Square this
morning and aaked paaaeraoy to aid him
In getting shelter Among ihoee h asked
was Detective Riley of the Welt Vtorty
aeventh street station. He will be shel
tered for the next alx months In the
Riley rtrst met the poor old gentleman
last October and hn could not resist his
appeal for a dime. He gave him a
mmrter When Mr Cnnnnri Dulled out
his handkerchief to wipe away th tears 1
of gratitude there fell from Its folda IM i
In bills. It made Ulh y nud and he ar
rested him. Connors went to the work
hOUM f If ninety days. He had a g ild
WBtch and chain on him.
The detective's memory waa better j
than the heiisar's this morning. He
arrested him promptly, and when
searched there were found on him five
110 bills, four $'i bill, $1.65 In nickels and I
90 cents In pennies, and the gnld watch
and chain. Magtetrate ramthell In the.
West Side Cwurt told Connors he was
the limit and he wave him the limit 1
In the workhouse. The police say that ;
ConnoM Is a wealthy man of Rochester,
where he has a fine home and a big
BY THOSE WHO
HAVE USED IT
Yon will scarcely find a group of
persons among which some one lias not
positive knowledge of Poslam'a re
markable work in curing ecieuto (many
caes even in two weeks), eradicating
pimples, acne, blemishes and clearing
rrd nosea or inflamed complexions (overnight)-
With thia ready means of relief ao
easily available there is really no reason ,
why distressing and unsightly akin af-
faettOM should be allowea lo go un
checked. First application stopa the Itching, the
akin rapidly heals and ia restored to
POSLAM SOAP used daily for toilet
and bath will keep the akin in healthy
condition, and improve its color and
text ure. It offera the healing medira-
I tion of Poalam in a form particularly
! beneficial for tender akin and eruptional
and aralp troubles.
All druggiats aell Poslam (price, 50
rents) and Poalam Soap (price, tS cents).
For free samples write to the Emergency
Laboratories, Si Weat 1Mb Street, Naw
PORT F KW Yontc.
. . . Parrtvi
' e ' r .rati.
aee a'rs 3.juthaiu',,uii
IN i VMIN( ST HA KM 1 ua.
PI E Tu DAY.
Cel imhi. I ;ruiu. ItfaML Kinasfon
Buffalo. BuQ, ' . i ii' he. .la. srlHe.
Uermama. - n. Rtriiu. Itl Janeiro.
IAIUCD TO PAY.
y-.i llarte. Daaaittss, Rii'.enlam
8te-iti". N'ref m'l'tlan I. A r.i; S.p.-, .Ia Hviuiills.
Morri Caatls Harass, Uttj of Hoalgoasarf ,
Vuar nia. V. lea, Haveaiiah.
sJlBasaanla, Inefiav Rt lad, QahaBsea,
DMtaa Stelei, waves, Norfolk.
The BUdoa ara 6na. C
II m a
Ths ouesrsona anawsred below era
Ranaral In character, the symptoms or
dlSeaSta are alvrn and tha answers will
apply to any oaae of almslar nature.
Those wlehlnc further advice, free,
mav address Dr. Lewis Baker. College
llulldlna. Colleae Rllwn .d Hts. Pnyton.
O, i enelcelna self -addresssd stamped
nelopa for reply. Full name and
address must be riven, but only Inltlala
or flctltloua name will he uaed In my
answara. The preaerlptlona caJt be
filled at any well-storked drua atere.
Any drusaiat can order of wboleaaler.
'Stirsker" erltea: "I am troubled wlUi
tKKluiif i.'uation after tieskliig. wblch la
xiimi'sui.d r.h a alight ouugh snd buaiaa
aeai. Can I att rellrtf"
Auawrr: Vou 1U not only l rthejed. but
.on will he cured bj ullag the following: As
lour dnw-vi Ijr a !! vs. bottle of eiaaooe
Bimtlio.liiirnc. This can be taken ware or
ran be n,a.ie lata a full pint of couth asrup.
Full uln.tions ara flean on the t"'or
ami 1? irf11r sals, aa K duea not conUiu
auj aarauui mr.ui... w, -
M. called Mlllfb .urea.
"Ida" writes' "1 lvie mtltred with n. m
aak trnilh and oonatit.iitl. n f.T almut two
.earl. Slid 1 f'ar It will .-auie ajilHTidlidtla
If 1 ,an:."t get e'nie rrn.i.
re. .iiniueiul that j-ou get UliMa
,-i.i.- riF t Tlill . a erv aaaSUaaa
triu:-aitlne And take a liltill Ubiet after breek
f.., iiiii in 1 1 I .i i i.'nr a :.i i ue
ihmhI aag la wi.lc;. eri rlbad fur It s
,i ..rfi..n ,...,,iii rhl reat
Sent foi neral aeras and I aiu aura ou will
p-.-tor1 "aetaral vrari ago I link s
whl"h ""I :ris rilud for nie. hit' It liss
no Int. 'hut I hara loraqttaB the tnareil
i, .... mi. i t..-.t aaaaa and nitem tei,l- t.
mrr looli, Will )"u kindly pubUat t
Kriiei a Bsalar '
Aasaari Tha testis l slws.a nreant
neejili- in foul
iiiihlti.n u: :-.nli of
DBS. ; tlni ture rsde
1 ni 'iake ill an 1 take a t.-ai
fill hrfurr iiiml This ia the Deal Mm
ajatem t..llK tbtl 1
"0.er.U-ht" sika: "I wlah toil would
,i l. flMtethlfia 10 reihi c ir.v ... lgltt that
t eould aafelj lsa, 1 flatpiat Iwull mtdi
-i r,n .mi atra a i til or Ublatl
asasreri I linn aisnr art- asa rvq,
I...,- .hal wit !' ta. ii in sea! 'I 'e n grain
ariwlw.s ablets, An. leouuim i aeaitw
ran nbtalB from arlioleaala rlnlfgUta t'M
iittrtlaua ircuapsar ra h rawa,
Turn" writes' "I li' "rr aae health
....... .i, ..f l.i: ata! '.a cun.l Hint nn.
Isas rnedl um a'l "ie Urns, bill would like
to e t tnel tins T.iat would nirs
A::.i'r Uon Dlnsag U riinel by rrmati
latlon ttian In iiit ix'ier ajimfit. "U ran
tp! pltQty "f W'-lii'inM that will Mie.r, hut
If ..u aaal lasaslluns Ifiat will inirr yeu I
fan ii.l ' i ha .4- of three graii. aiiMn-rb
..Mi in.it auiiihur lalilalai Thai sai be
tyiilght at ant drug abirr in aeshil tuha Mux
full dlTactlens fur ualog. I hate found them
the nod reliable and gradually rurellte.
'a B n t - a. - ..
. ? J"""" J"" " ase tne renew.
i -I of twdsesttlas: Tincture euhetw 1
dram: eomn fluid halmwort. 1 as uvd hv
ire rSua arotastU'. 2 drams. Mil In water
it site 10 to 18 drops one hour berate masts,
smere headaches, which also affeot my era?
Mr throat and nostrils ara effected by catarrh
Hi bo- braarth Is trry bed. Could Tjou jZ
, ' vnrmv ouunreoa tie suffer
S.rtJf7 "Tf'S" lollowlBfj"asa
. , V , "7 ivitssr- iroiB VTtTOTM ma,
pla rrh Htltc.tcj UuU It 1 tdlly w
.V. r: tn . phlt "" WAt" Ml
th Hn of tlio )mnj through tht nowtrtl two
. T . W'' l mi" till
'llnli twl'w iltlly Ui fiilowlnf cUrTh hoJra-
nn oiiivco cf litrd or t-H'b If r
i.-i'.-.B t tLSI sVtHira fltou'rliiHeai t.,. .
ftll'LlM Mi m TfY Till AOUlil hA ,,.aa.4
ulonall to prc-eat Its itara.
''MlMrtd m.' ooro "I'lfma-o airiM what
I n ii for ton.! ' Jr tonff T hlr irvii
VtU hi in 'try bod conojiioo o&d notMiw
MAtJT. tfl IflP
Aiiir: TTvo mt hair tonlfl od tho narkot
la rl1 In 4 ox, Jan mi ! U rAUerl plain rrm
re njol. Any ui'-tn-dat dnurfcrldt will hr it
'l':i:a ta fnii-artor to anrthmaj koown for Mm
fr.Aimtnt of Uio .liwci of tha hair and
.cal,.. 'two or dir.- aiidl- otlorm hara ha-n
t.i..vru t cure while It n.v tJi- hair ,ft
flt'ffv. uid iuaki it keni it mnurmj color
Jana wrltaa: "My nonet ara In 4 dramdful
twi'llM-in. my aiipotlt in very i-nor and 1
am extremely thin. My fact 1 an thin tht
1' naUr-a mo rory unha iv I alimild Ukt you
to U'll mo a tr .- rnifly,"
Answer: If voii wtah tn hAroms atntrtear
lIn:lnt yo-ir 1 -'He and ftHtJ nTroit ml
tttn, I h a 'til: rontnuut nd tli1 me of thj-.f
gsin hraO-niKlaVns tah!it, mjhWh mi will
find In hit wt ll atAfkM dnif in aatalod
fArtons with full diifti-.tu for taklnn, flvpo
tthIhth- ta'ltte improve the riutrltinti, ad)
ro1 i rviwl to t: a bloaq, atreanrthaia tjie
n-nifu a'm an-l im;i'.e tho far..--:
Mltk, Many psu;lo rtUMj law they hate
linlirfd fnun 10 Xtt ii .aimida to two ra.M.:)j
"ITsnr writes: "Both my wlfo and mj
trt auffsr wtih r'imimstl-n.. Wl vv-'ild aipra
riats a tallin tia what t take."
Anawt r Mil the tollowlns a.t hunts or lists
the dnxuHat mil fur you - draius of kxlide
of ioUluu; dium aslicylats, 4 drmma: wlao
of 1 oli-ji.riBTii tine half oa., i-iii;i. asaetivs oar
dlol, 1 os. ; nomj). Quid l-almwn. 1 oa.. and
aynip asiwiswllla oossp,, A oas. Tsks a tsa
auooaiul at ameaj Uass and bad Usss. eilastfa
shake swil bsfors Wtef.
All Purchases Made
ToMorrow Will Be
Charged on March Bill.
MID-DAY CADARFT. KIGIITII FI.OOP.
- . Tl J ys
m ffsjfr (7 tsaomcn m,y j ta or
XJiUlUfVI Uf wc
iJXTTf AVE. 19? TO 20?
IN NliW YORK'S CHOPPING
Crepe Kimonos at $1.39
' fo!iir have !of)o nrnl otlirrs Knipire iMM-kf;
trial tned in silk hirml rihlion in harmon
ISOfl t ontnivt. In th'' niot wnntcd colors
mid Coral asrfgBa All sizes from .14 to 44.
tr aeretid fleer.
THE GREAT MARCH CHINA SALE OPENS TO-MORROW WITH
$ 1 25,000 WORTH OF FINE TABLEWARE TO BE SOLD AT $68,500
Affbrdina You a Savin? of 45 Cents on the Dollar
nm till iMHial m m a u.. -Tl -: ... uk ko nrnmlnsnt manufacturers in England. Germany. Austria.
j ra . , . g t;. m "Mm umipavii-vraifviuru evem, uy uiaiia. 1 iig uua viuoia wmi . ioisLa Ta m m all -a
France and Canton, China. Theae ahipmcnta were paiacd through the New York Cuatcma houie juat before the 20';, increaaed duty on China want into effect. It ia, there-
.-.., . ppriunuy ror you 10 cuy the world'a fineat China at theie remarkably low pricea.
Montha ago we began planning
i mr ,i
V aaaVV IZ
$37.50 100-Piece Austrian
China Dinner Seta, $25.00
You will save
inif tlll.H act
(now. A naiad-
.1 o iii e sft in
Co! ill 1 1 111 lie
r-tul jiold or Kiron ami goM handles and knobs
of solid coin ko'I; set for li people. Has three
meat plates and soup tureen composition.
You can secure extru pieces if you desire.
----w awBVOTwsaaw asaias sa awawvsaw aaeau- assess ssa aaf
ing Lamp Complete $3.95
Btaada l iaehai hih and aai
shade 10 inches snuarc, with gooseneck,
mantle and chimney; a lamp that was
never retailed in jias at $H.0( ami
electric !.00. Klcc-tric has two pull
$35.00 100-Piece Old eoo
Abbey Limogea China Sot, $Za5.75
One of our open stock
patterns, full set for
I -' peo)le; handles und
knohs coin ((old ill the
newest shape; we have
never seen a set at this
price aa 'ood; large
meat platters and soup
100 Pieces English
Blue Willow Seta, $5 S D
Never in the his-
$15.00 Dozen of Beautiful Ser
vice Plates at $6.00 a Dozen.
French china service plates, in several
designs to choose from; .00. On
our Main Floor wc will have China I
ilU5o!lar50c( hina VdUeS "P l MC 25C ChiDa VBlutM "P to
fury of sell i ni,' china
has this set been
sold so cheap.
Imagine a genuine
Hluc Willow Set at
this price, full set
for If people.
60 piece sets in the above at 3.2. I'lates
and cups and saucers in Hluc Willow, 10c euch.
Other sets from 94.95 up to 1100.00.
$45.00 100-piece Austrian China Sot at $27.50
HM wide bum! of blue and gold or green nnd
gold, lins solid coin gold handles. By buying this
set you will save $17.50.
100-Piece American am a ne
Porcelain Set at l 4.y 5
Has a nest aoM
ami hair line.
you rnuld not tell
frnm rhlna on the
ntsret ahaiie on
Omnr Ah ape,
made In one of
the hrwt potterlea
In the United
Htatea. a.t fur 11
peopl.. l r e a d
riataa. Boup Tu
reen and three
larae meat Diet-
Valu. fflj IK
Thia $15.00 Dome Complete for gas --.
Measures (t inrhrs in tSamcter, has
large bent panels in either green or am bar,
and skirt of dome with over (00 pieces
of leaded art glasa all fitted in by hand,
making a beautiful fruit design. Com
plete for gaa with 100 randle power
inverted light. If for electricity I1.A0
For Women Tomorrow
55WinterSuits 25 1I& Frenchl
Formerly $45, $55, tttM C 1 f .
To Close Out at 3eaI OtS
a wmm Formerly $79.50, $85, $89.75
14.75 To close $oq ye
None C. O. D. No Credits. No Eicbangea.
Out at 1 -
No Mail o, 'Phone Ordera. Nona C O. D. or On Approval. No Credit
ca-mmosua t r.wf.ra Ca.. Slsth IHar.
At Lata Than H nl
Lot No. 1- 1.69.
Assorted bowls, nappies.crlrry
trnys, jugs and sugitr and crcains i
Lot No. 2-12.95.
Dishes of assorted sicea and
shapea, nut bowls, mayonnaise
platea, oval orange do wis, 8 and 9
inch 110 wis, 1(1-inch nappies, but
ters and covera, augar and creamers, fern dishes, jugs of several
sites, celery traya, vaaea, relish dishes, etc, etc. Values to $5.
Lot No. s as.rs.
Four-pint jugs, inch bowle, orange bowl a, raaei. sugar and creamers.
rotnporta, aasortrd anapas in tuinaa, pancS bowls and stands, covered ct
diiars, eta. ate. vsiuee to aa uo.
$6 to $1 0 French Voile Embroidered
Robes at $3.98
AH are the very newest models, of
soft (lruping, fine quality French voilo,
Various desirable aty.es. Some
with beuutiful Lu Tosca Luce Bands.
Some with handsome heavy em
broidery in designs worked far up in the
skirt; others in entirely new floral design.
Some styles in all while; same in white
with modish Paris sou embroidery;
others in all ecru.
NOTE. Each robe contains ample
material to make as illustrated, or in
any of the draped effects now so much
worn by smartly gowned women.
tr ataaosoH Crawford Co.. Mala W.
Oa Sal. Tomorrow.
The New Silks
At IntercMting Pricm$
$1.28 36-inch Colored Maa
aaline at S8c.
Soft aad easy to drape; wet! wear
ing; practical; ia a wide range of
street aad evening colorings.
$1.00 Striped Waah Silka
Pleaaing variety of white with col
ored striped effects.
81.38 36-inch Black Duchaaa
Satin at 98c.
Soft, lustrous finish, perfect hlsok.
36-inch Block Taffeta. Reg
ularly $1.00, at 79c.
Will not crook. A splendid black.
More Unuwal Valuta tn
The Sale of New Dress Goods
A glance through these few items will give you an idea of
just how interesting we are makiug this sale.
54-inch Changeable Bedford Corda, 58c
In tan and white and gray and white. Color combination.
Notice the width. Value 89c.
50-inch Cream and Hairline Mohaira, 49c
Plain cream and i ream and white, and bluck und white
hairline. Very serviceable, sheds the duat. V'ulue 7f)c.
54-inch Diagonal and Mixed Suitings, 68c
For early Spring. Gray and tan effects. Value 41.00.
3,500 Yards Dross Goods Remnants, 19c
The final wind-up of our Remnants and Mill kinds at
less than coat of weaving. Colore and black. Lengths can be
matched for akirta and children's dresses. Value up to 70c.
50-inch Colored Sicilians, 39c
In brown, navy, golden brown, garnet, tan, royal and
black. Excellent quality and good width. Value &0c.
50-inch Colored Batiste, 39c
Light weight, soft and clinging material. Value oOc.
Car eisBpaa Crawfsra Os Mala VI see. On eals Ts-Meteew.
A a V
Friday Will Be the Final Day of the
February Furniture Sale
At aix o'clock tomorrow night the greatest furniture sale in all New York will end. It has been the greatest in value
giving and greatest in volume of business done. It ia the purchasing power of four stores that baa made it poaaible for us to
accomplish thia. ar nr riaaw.
We only mention a few of to-morrow's remarkable values on account of lack of apace, but you can rest assured there
are many othcra juat aa good.
830.00 Table, $17.50
$12.50 Fumed Oak
Made of solid oak, fumed,
and only 40 left for the lust
30.00 Fumed Oak Library
Table. Last Day's Sale, 15.
$32.00 Dreaser or Chif
fonier, Walnut or
$90.00 Leather Library Suitea $45.00
w a" la-
Last Monduy we had fO leather Library Suites on atde and
they were closed out at noon. For the last day of the February
sale we have 30 more, that we will sell at 143.00.
fc s as s -
We have about 20 of these
Dressers and Chiffoniers to
offer the laat day. of the aale
$50.00 3-Piece Parlor
Three lai.' pieca; Panne plush
cushions, mahogany flniah ell made.
All colors, Mad. to order. Ten days
We have pictured three of the many stunning models of
tailored auit liats in our showrooms.
No. 1 la a medium size hat on tricorn style of good quality
hemp; trimmed with large bow of satin ribbon across
back. In all new colors, with ribbon trimming of C qq
black, at 0.50
3 A very comfortable, lightweight small hat with rolled
hemp brim and full satin crown, trimmed witho aa
fancy feathers in contrasting colora, at epOeafO
2 Jaunty small hat; ia long from back to front, with
becoming roll hnm; trimmed with gros-grainaw fiV
ribbon and small wing, at p 09
Untrimmed Hot Department Offers Unusual Values
Fine quality hemp bats ia black, white aad colors, all copies of the
French shapes, at tl.98 to IJ.4".
beautiful hemp hata with entire faring of black vetoet, ta all the aarar
a lis ties, for immediate wear, at (l.fft.
Ksoeptioaal showing of fancy oatrich feathers, both Ft ch aad eefiaa
of French novelties, in all the season's newest colorings.
Uncurled ostrich mulls, finiabod with bow knot, at 1.10.
Fancy oetrirh atitkupa at a.8 aad SS.tS.
Ostrich banding. SO inches long, in all aaw ahadea. at rso.
Our Free Trimming Sorvieo
Our ODsert trimmers are at our service to follow Four !
villi suggestions. tu charge when
untrimmed hats aad trimming, at
J,500 Ydi. 49c i 55c 18 inch Embroidered
Flouncing! at 24c Yd.
This table has no equal in
New York. It is very neavy;
Iiiii a H indi base and 44
ineh top. Is made of the fin
est quartered oak. Last day's
$25.00 Brass Beda at $12.50
For the last day we will give you a
t'iti ,00 besj at half price; mad in all
aisrs and with bright or satin Oniah.
Your choice of ID different patterns
of Brass Dedal values S83.00. $40.00
1 and $50.00; last day sale. SlS.oe.
SIMPSON CRAWFORD CO., SIXTH aWSNUE 11 H
1 The newest, most desirable styles of the season. Choice
of many beautiful designs in the popular English Eyelet. WOMB aad
Baby Irish patterns on tine materials. Juat tha setts ta big demand for
Baby Dresses, for Draperies, for Corset Covers, Combination Underwear,
or r aista. Less than cost.
75c and 89c Embroidered
Both 18 and (7 inch widths, in those richly embroidered I aae designs of
''limy Filet Irish Point. Shadow and Baby Irish affects, lor making naad
aorae white dreasca for children and misacs.
tr Slaauaea Ctaw'.rel C... Mala fiaa. Oa Bale To-Mswaajr.
Special Friday Bargain in
rnArrnirC Mail & Phone Ordora Cara-
V3lWEa,IlEsO fully Filled.
UeU; 2S(lTEAS ib" ,rl8",,;
TAtl I TACC ll 'IP lira8 QriDCiC Sweet and tender; doa.
lOITin IVCiJ i an . . gl 1 BrW fl.ssi ran
ne a rurc In syrup; larg! 1 nr'rnDM Tender kerm
Mi'uty uetllea. a
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Kltra, 1 't'uM.M t
t H uriiiu
Sari ran . . . mjM
72c SARDINES g Z'Zil
11. nMinKic nnr or yenoa
III vlv ivriVk? iirca .
uif a i i.it i in h i . i a . i
ripc Wl ii Rffillwl tml tl- Olar'orv W k BS" Kranulaitd; 10
bacon ir '" "-k'" towhiske y vr .vay:, ,
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17i cnin P 4 It tlold ; 7
1( llOUrir i ak
ffft k aweeaoaaHi
LUUlNAl Kreres: linttle
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