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THS EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, MARCH S, 1913.
GARMENT WORKERS
PARADE TO PROVE
STRIKE ISN'T OVER
Thouundl March to Union
uare, Repudiating "Settle
ment ' by Leaders.
"MARSEILLAISE" 18 SLV.
tha f.itlialris ib' Ml !
thin turn.l.lll
Mite f flv warn e I erred
BLAMES CONTINUANCE OF THE
BTBIKE TO THE I. W. W.
.loh.-i ijv h of The Ladiear (lermeni
Wortir r'nlrm; ! I' an;.. MUMM
for t.i Btwtt)8fr)at D OtfclSSt
aanlrrrr for fh Mirrhr-rmfd In iNil
Iff, at. I Florida la 'luanlla, an IttOf-1
CBAU CT1TCU ICI A ti l"
TO BRONX FOR A NICKEL.
SULZER AT WHITE HOUSE
TO SEE TAFT SI3N BILL.
I r.i'i-tL-i I rom i i; . F
MtnlMlflm Suitacc lai
1 k)MfM frws StetSa II
ii-y, mho wHi I ipf aaelll lie, (ta ,,r.a . .1 i . lattail .
Uii.ni st rl k-r lyr loaalon, . aralfni vrtt wi
l aeid. wi.. aim 1 ,i nil- ,,,., .T...T,-
An
I rnUte anil tnr "ii"r rtf Battlltirflerit I
oiojy ii. 11a jatmi
The rommltter. I !' M ' It- "r ;
rrvimi f the iin'-m i.J Bftf irarklnf
linure a wsc " 'trafaarii
This, Ivy My, MM l ta only ba!ll lawnt U UH Mala
for MttlnMHM 'if in preemt MMM 1 Hirwn eM M '!
l.'iul Holla' '! r. 'irraMsar for the I rMrri " 1" '
I nit1 ilrnlherrv"! of Tallore. eslU J.i feMll to 'n sra sad - H '
Mrealet.t Rlckata, th at'la ; .1 jMtal'-ri l-la-td 10 lMa finii II I '
r. mr-sna WttlM "e will pared to-1 ritf'l and Vori Bfl . ' rati
dnv M protest ai'.t t).- work of lava nt
npin''-'T' ferr'e an) Ne
1 tv lit'' trnaa- in'
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lul P HtfefH DM PwH Murrj
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March. Too, to Prewn:
Diirder.
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ft ii' thin MfMioori from Kat
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Tho t) ' tha mwtlriara of v"t:
ftMariaf ii pNwi My f MM
atriarm froi returning ! work tin
.' UHN waa no
MM! of r.Hfh.nf 1 1 m afir Pvfi
fia4 MM rlv. n nut I .at varyrhuig Mai
n -,l"'l
l'r4rn NMkVTI ' IM '"rltM Onr
niril W.irk.-ra t.f 'nr:a - .. I vr
th n ii i.l 1.. . lur. v .01
arid lhat Ihf mplura i,aJ rant1 tA
that ha-1 h . n aaarj
Th op.wi-Kin, :,) haa "ta iM
aar.rr,..fii (MM fmm th I nil MUM
ork-r of th WorWl "
f.i
TWO NEW GRAND JURIES
CHARGED AGAINST MERCY.
Makme Mm ai "Hihef
( Iriminab w Ikh March
Inqni-itnrs Are Swrn.
Halont 0t Um Court
I two Qtm4
Th i i'otiiiv wit; rMalv IhfM 9
its nva M'l arat MM Mlf
lax.. 1 -n.i al.r ' ' inr. fi
for iaif fr.n ' BM s'a'
la' aii I. i-ity'a 4rl-it fo th far
I 111 waa HlV-lC l'Mrw 'or I
ha 1. rl bn nnm;i.i.,l kut It It M'4
fh ttih win oa aibwu! tTfc.'y
floroukti Pridnt 'i ii-:i . ttU
rootyl no4 wlkCM VlM ha li Ihi ' if '
for transfer. . .-.t . : a d - Ii. t' .
'.t. a profit w:u t only temporary an I
that Inoraaawl trafllr and tha ln-r
In lh rM of taxat.ia pr iprfv li
morr thai. ttM IZ UM anUp.l 'lafl .
Tlia Ilo"ifti Of Ml I noml ! tia only
ona ro iiraetlv taottM hv thi paint
ing aj'.may or,tri-li I'hdar th Bn-
ral plan MMt arhad ilad il
tlmataly to ronnartad with Ida
roiirt'i avan'ia a'frwkV, thrnnjwh Sl"
Tfth w!'r-t. Bav ItMa" and tunnl
ADMITS THEFT OF $125,000.
.imn and I 'fiivai
i - mat! K" n
Man!, -n I
Flip!
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ally l'-.
Hn iii pM oi Mia Mil
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tHytixiM '" " M nojlpt k4ati mv
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nun la MNtrarj i lktr laim." "Wj
.ii ..ii.i, ia M.i. imiMm aur Mit
.lamaniU in' in'-d
mi a, a IUoomi i
ii.nlg.. our union '
POLICE MARCH WITH STRIKERS
I 4uMaa
CkMli
lhfly.i
l M ,,J.f f.HIJWIT
lo-da) ii opaotod hp fm atuac
1 MoK, puhMatOti of Na 7: fatal
aTtltti atraat, mi aura- I Tnr-
Mir.-, bankar, .' NO. m a a. Mrool
In bli harn i" Mia iiiuid JautM
t i'iKa M i oin. aftor inpraaajag Ukam
itia proprtety of !nic dillant in tlmir
IriTilrica at, I . ,.rf ul bj ihulr . nc.uanona.
Ma
With a j.inl hM M HMM atr.l f,ir-ar-'tin
at oira, tinrr .an i nt lid . a nan
'or -yniiKithv ,th anv ,wn-p.ai who pal
We tlu not ' "O'aiiii. oiMin, atr. prolan, m.-iita Ita
HlSl il not PtajoJUajij Mat MataffOBOO or carflenaiiaM
In your 1ikiiItIi aoiiM land to mull ply
i- li'irnl.or o orfi-nai-- at,. ri-pri.. thi'
M "... I i i rlll'll i." II... t.K.ln.alon -....I
TO FFtEVlNT uiaumw. .rtiy lo Hhl. I. no ..rrlltloit. Tho
,;,.) of poll.- mar. hod WMl tnr Mor m ofrV and So aoola, position tha
.,-ad. ami o. or.-a Inn.l ih. aidawftlh ioUiiiinta may ibo Lho mot- annHnittlnaj
n. oik Ih- rout- Outalda tn-lr ahrjullnc and mmhlnii ahonld o your 4MtM0 tn
and hooilnf at tha lioiipaa nndar llialr
nan. llioro i no dlaordar on tha
mar. h At Inn, Hquara alia. Mlvaniuui
MraMtJ tha thromr.
Tha UnlUd Brothartioad of Tallora.
M nprlalnn; many of ih- locala and undar
UM ilomlnhan of Win United Oarmant
WorVrra, protaata lhat In tha Praaidsnt'a
aritlamnit Ultra a na daAnlto raoocn!
tlon for Wtam of tna union or tha fifty
..rkln houra a weak -wtiif.h wara da
rt andaa.
Tha atrtfcra, aJlocatkar. mimtrarad'
aouut IH.0M. Of (Ma number about
a. mm. It ta aaid. Nturned to work rhla
mornlnaT. undar tha aattlaoMnt whlah
waa mad by Oka freeHiM, In
-aaa Cull raoocnttlon of tha union
I rait lad and ffafty houra al lowed. U Ml
dawned by Wia UaUad Brotherhood that
l-raotdent mokart dad not conoult any
f Me oOetala.
Yaaterday and to-day maetlnca were
head all over Hie dlatrlct to voice ttie
arrotaat of the dtaeatlanad looal. Mayer
Uottton. a lawyer, who haa been Idanll
ad with Utior for many year. hM
taken ipy tha oauaa of tha two ther hood
and other ineala At a moot In yeater
Any a fenoral ooramltleo of twenty-flva
to condunt the rtrlke. From
lii'iulry mul vreaontmanl
ft-. he I.. .r lrpi:-ti..t I I
t .. -.r. .. n ..f 'io R ind) Stl
il.tiniao a lott't IM !o4-rnor rud' a
,i ,.. iraameai u Mbakf
.ta favafaktal for the h II. ' aa.d
I , Uoaihwr, a ho )'f I - Wy"r
I 'i M "ot
w - .1 i - I :
I M iroi io IM .. Ml .' I fltta..
.- tha: n Jo not VtOlTtO IMI I
I r rr.y -f IM J. a alanat t'. arid mako .
i- of th' ;v. k- rata."
BOILS, PIMPLES, ABSCESSES
All Evidence of Impure Blood
and a Run -Down Condition.
Whan the blood bwimea thin, poor, i
ih . .tauM'.l nature rnea out through
uch tmal xA often iiaiTful vi
dence for help, and the tatest. aureat
ami mint helpful remedy M know it
inol.
Thin ia berauaa it ia a rombina- 1
tion of two of the moat world famed
tonic the medicinal curative element.
t cod liver oil (without the oili and
tonic iron for the blood. Vinol
'ongthoif the digeative organ, Bft-1
.it a a hearty arrettte, "urifiea and;
nrichea the blood, create! strength. I
Keeping the Body in Repair
Smturt Intend thdt the boi $hfd do its ten
repairing -mnd it would do mm it mot for tho
fact that moot of mo lit other thmt m motmrml life.
Natora didn't intend that w ah. uM woar eeraeta, tight Mllart ar
ahaea. nor Ht in badly ventilated and draoflttty hiinMa. oor fat and
ear .raan wo eeeeie
rriak ar f tM tbinga that we a. aar'rM ia atraat
The tiliiowil ie that tka
MINI ta
oatt
body i
reweln
ef et fa'ikawina Uierafraai, pa wtedli-ine en be rear edaMaMe aa a rural
II fata Mt ef
ar dyapaaebi raMhMag. aad M anfUMda
ta ran he rear adaauble M a earatfve
Tba floiill Oertor'a fraaariftian Ma Man
and la today Ml M big a Patriae. RaateaoaaM
luaaf-l""' Bigilaanaat iikaanl
Dr.
awed far afar 4
4 ft
Pierce's GoMtni Medical DUcOTry
Mad tl eaa-aeat Maaapa at ear ean af tua) aaflyea a rtee oaayaf . tlaraae Ckaa
aaea aaaae MaoUeJ Aarttat. KM ptaraa. rwaael Aaaraae Or Ptatee. Mtwtt. M. 1
thraham Neatrra, Farmer
I aabler, flra.lt OWlltl
Mary Lang of Altoona. P9., Mys:
"ii "Kver kllice childhood 1 have been
delicate, and my h' al poor, thin,
unit rlovtl aMaad NTolhtittr .aanavl In
A.i.r!.an, noaver. fon.t. r .-.ai, m of h.p me until'l took VinoT. and it hM
tt. 1 1 :k i NaUafanl Baak built me up and made me strong."
iiuihiind. N, j.. tvaiai auiMy to al We aay positively there ia nothing
i Mrf ..' MbaMlMMM barora fit like Vinol to purify ami enrich the
tajted MM Watrlot Com ( TM ""fl huild 4? run-down
. DtMiile. If it shun il fai in vour caae
f in nm Ml nd Ma aenlenoe waa tot
fOf Mari It, aln may be aem lo
priwin for ffan flvo lo tan yoara.
The tank waa I l.wnd Jan. H im Ih
rti-.tytry of a ahortaa'' of Uli.lin l.altr
ba amount i w lo laoMea Baavrr
hid from tho authoHtlea for MftM
dava In Hrraklyii and tlo-n MTrOTrdarad
voluntarily In Jira..y -ity. Ha madi
over ml hit MOPerty, amouiitlnic to
about IX.ono, u, in., hank
It. -ivi-ra loat a Kr.il tl.al of money
tn pluck aporulatiiin ami hv Inveatmonta
In the atook of a Huutli Afrfoan dbiinon
mliilna promotlnn.
we will return your money
All Riker & Hegeman
Storci in New York and
Brooklyn and at all drug
itoroi where thii blue
and white sign
ia displayed.
0ppenheim.6uinsst(s
Mtti Street, New York
Remarkable Values in
Hosiery and Underwear
Women's Black Silk Hosiery
Medium weight pure thread silk,
cotton sole and jrter tops.
Regular and extra sizes. Value ll.a.s. . . .
69c
Women's Ribbed Union Suits
Fine ribbed spring weight, French band
top, umbrella or tight knee. Usually 75c
Women's Lisle Ribbed Vests
Superior iiuality: plain or hand
crochet tops. Regular and extra sizes ....
55c
50c
GROWS BEAUTIFUL, HEAVY HAIR
WE PROVE 1H5 CENT DANDE1E
Destroys Dandruff Stops falling hair -Cleans and
invigorates your scalp Delightful dressing.
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Rrthtrrrd
Trade Mark
To be Doimaid of a head of heavy.
beautiful hair; aoft. luatroua, fluffy.
wavy and tree from dandruff la merely
a matter of Ming a lithe. Danderiae.
It ia eaay and inexp naive lo have
nice, aoft hair and Iota of It. J net get
a 44 oant bottle of knowlton'e Danderiae
now all drug atorea recommend it-
apply a little aa directed and within ten
minutra there will be an appearance of
abnadanre, fruhnraa, flutfiuesa and aa
Incomparable gloa and luatre. and try
aa you will, you cannot find a trace of
dandruff aad falling hair; but your real
aurpriee will be after about two weeka'
l you will i
downy at flrtt yea hut really aew hair
sprouting out nil over your at alp -Dandrrine
is, we believe, the only sure
hair growerdeal rover of dandruff ami
cure lor itchy m nip. and it never trila
to atop falling hair at once.
If you want to urova how pretty and
aoft your hair rally is, moisten a cloth
with a little Dinulerine and carefully
draw It through your hair taking one
small strand at a time. Your hair will
lie soft, glossy aud beautiful in juat a
few moments a tlaiisM ul aurpriM
awaits every one who triri this.
The Big Bargain Events
For Men and Young Men, at Four Brill Stores
A Final Glean-Up Sale
Of Men's and Young Men's
Overcoats & Suits
$
At
10.00
Suits Formerly $25, $22, $20 and $18
Overcoats Formerly $30, $25, $22 and $20
Ovrrroats, StormcoatH and Ulsters, plain and belted, lined and fancy
hnck, in Chinchillas, ("Ueviots, Kerseys, Velours, Worsteds, Tweeds,
etc., plain blacks and Oxfords; gray mixtures, brown mixtures, and
Heather mixtures; and ft remarkable assortment of Suits in heavy
and medium weight! that sold as high as $45, styles and patterns
particularly appropriate for Spring wear.
Sale To-Morrow at 4 Stores Only
279 BROADWAY. NEAR CHAMBERS STREET
UNION SQUARE, 14TH ST.. Near Bro.idway 47 CORTLANDT ST.. Near Greenwich
125TH STREET, CORNER THIRD AVENUE OPEN EVENINOS
1-MaHhhtJ
Haifa Century.
Spring Opening
James McCutcheon & Co.
WE have pleasure in announcing that we shall open to-morrow a very
important addition to our store, extending through to a new front
age at Nos. 1 to 9 East 33rd Street. The increased space will make
shopping at "The Linen Store" still more comfortable and convenient.
This addition provides an entrance to "The Linen Store" on 33rd Street, in
addition to the present ones on Fifth Avenue and 34th Street.
Housekeeping Linens
" ITie Linen Store" is famous all over
the country for the beauty and compre
hensiveness of its line of Housekeeping
Linens. Every desirable style and qual
ity is included in the collection.
The increased space will allow us to
devote the entire Fifth Avenue section
to Housekeeping goods.
The first of our new Spring shipments
have just arrived and have brought U9,
along with other new goods, a number of
entirely new designs in Table Linens
which have never been 6hown before.
Our entire range of sizes, qualities and
designs in Table und Bed Linens, Bed
Coverings, Towels, etc., will be found
most complete at this time.
Lingerie & Corsets
Weekly importations keep the stock of
Lingerie in this Department fresh, at
tractive and up-to-date in every particu
lar. Present assortments and values are
most attractive.
In Corsets we offer in the Felicita and
ihe well-known Gossard, a comprehensive
variety of new models to meet the present
mode in gowns.
Ladies' & Children's Hosiery
The increased spate at our disposal has
made it ixj&sible lor us to enlarge very
greatly our assortment of these lines.
There will now be found in this Depart
ment every desirable kind of hosiery in
Lisle, Cotton and Silk for ladies' and
children's wear.
Ladies' Knit Underwear
This is an entirely new Department
just opened and the goods which we place
on sale to-morrow are therefore absolutely
fresh and new.
All seasonable weights and fabrics are
shown In Union Suits, Vests, Drawers
and THghtS.
V ;il o offer a very complete line of
childrel s garments.
Infante' & Children's Wear
In this Department is shown every
thing required in wearing; apparel of all
kinds for infants and children up to 10
years of age. In addition to the e very-day
staple goods, our line includes the very
best foreign and American goods. Especial
attention is given to furnishing complete
infants' outfits.
Handkerchiefs
The Handkerchief Department of "The
Linen Store" is as famous as its House
keeping Linens, and to our patrons, at
least, needs no introduction.
Every good kind of Handkerchief is
included in an assortment of designs,
sizes and qualities to be found nowhere
else in the world. All pure linen. Some
of our distinctively spring styles have
already been received.
Ladies' Neckwear & Veilings
A goodly supply of our new Spring
styles from foreign and domestic manu
facturers have already come to hand,
and include the newest models in fichus,
collar and cuff sets, jabots, etc. This
stock is receiving additions of iresh goods
almost daily.
Veils ana Veilings of the latest de
signs and weaves for street, automobile
and evening wear in great variety.
Washable Dress Fabrics
This is a notable Department of "The
Linen Store." We believe it is quite safe
to say that nowhere else can so compre
hensive an assortment of high-class Wash
able Fabrics and Summer Dress Materials
be found.
Linen suitings and Linen fabrics of
all kinds are a special feature of this store.
Women's Outer Garments
The entire third floor of our 34th Street
Building is devoted to this Department,
and our aim is to show a select assortment
of medium and fine grade ready-to-wear
garments.
Linen Suits, Lingerie Dresses and Tub
Frocks a specialty.
5th Avenue, 34th and 33rd Streets
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Lord & Taylor
Funded iSj6
Trimmed Millinery
(Third Floor)
Copies of Paris Models
An exquisite variety for afternoon wear,
with the choicest odd flowers, numidi and
fancy ostrich effects.
$24.50 Value to $85.00
Semi-dress and Tailored Hats
With flowers, quills and fancy feathers.
flt 50 Values to $S7.00
Spring Styles in Shoes
We Offer Great Values
in the Very Best Grades
of
Women's, Men's, Growing
Girls 9 & Boys 9 Footwear
Toilet Goods
Imported Ivory Grain
Hair Brushes values $1.75 to 92.05. . . .S1.25 to $1.05
Mirrors values $1.50 to $3.75. ... . $1.00 to $1.75
Comba L Manicure pieces values 50c 35c
Puff Bases 1 Hair Receivers value 65c . 45c
Pin Boxes value-, $1.05 to $3.85 $1.35 to $1.4..
Prices quoted above include our special cngruviug.
Toitt Articles
Value For
Silk Tourist
Caaea $1.60 06c
Silk Wash Cloth
Cases 35c 5c
Silk Vanity Bag. 50c 35c
Silk Vanity Bag. 85c 35c
Value For
French Soaps, box 50c 35c
Peroxide Bath Soap,
box.. 91.10 85c
Assorted Soups box 18c 10c
Imported Castile
Soap, bar A5c 45c
Blankets, Bedspreads
& Comfortables
At Attractive Reductions in Price
Fine Wool Blankets, .pair $2.95, $9.75 & $d.00
Regularly $4.00, $6.00 & $0.50
Dimity Bedspreads 00c, $1.00 & $1.2.)
Regularly $1.35, $1.60 at $1.76
Figured Silkoline Comfortables each $1.65
Regularly $3.36
Mmlin Sheets Of Pillow Cases
At 25 less than our regular prices
Sheets Pillow Cases
68x00 69c
74x99 76c
81x99 84c
90x99 89c
90x108 96c
4x88H 17c
45x88 18c
50x381 21c
54x88V6 24c
Broadway tt 80th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St.
SUNDAY WORLD'S "TO LET" ADS.
Simplify Home-seeking by saving
time, temper and tramping.
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