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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY. MARCH 4, 1918
IN TALKING MOVIE
TELLS BEAUTY LORE
Miss Russell in Person and in
Pictures Shows How to
SUGAR FOR THE MEN.
They Learn at Her Lecture
That Sixty-six Is the
Marfuertte Moo erg Marshall.
UfllM Raaeell haa mlaalon. Bh told
IN M lut eight at the Pulton Theatra.
Aevg our verd t waa, "Well. Mlltan can
tat awayjr rn with ihatl"
I firmly bellava that If Mlaa Ruaaall
had takan tha oentre ( tha etage and
receded to rarlta "Tha Thrae Blind
Mlaa" wa would havr IHtrned with Jov
lid (ratltuda. Or rren If wa hadn't
llataned. wa would hava lookad and haan
perfect I r happy. Aa ona gentleman
aamaetljr put it in hi. neighbor. "Now,
If you wara mllMonaJra with a motor
oar wouldn't you pick out THAT to rlda
A faithful Old Guard turned out to
waieome IJIIIan back to Broadway. And
yet II waan't a typical Broadway flrt
night. It waa 'arf-and-'arf. There wara
In diamond and n niieta and
Dan who looked aa If they ought to
ha aealn a performanra of "Little
Waanan." or hearing a travelogue Thara
Vara man In diamond!, too. and man
wearing Chrlatlan Kndeavor pine. And
1 hay aat aheek by Jowl and tha effect "a
decidedly odd. If a Cublat wara trying to
paatura tha collective arnil of that audi
aaea ha probably would draw a blark
Jna old woman doing tha turkay
It waa amualng ia watrh the truly
goad exchange glancaa that wavirml he
tween eeM-ooiiautaiuaneaa and ! -r I r. .
glgnrt that aeamad to murmur, "Well!
YOU out aay anything: TOUlt'M
har. too!" But I think a number of
paraona wara relieved when tha lighta
waat out. And than the curtain with
rm'i own monogram on them parted.
UUibji the irrralallble ateppnd fur
wrd, and tha moat timid taint In tha
hauaa throw down hie halo and apllt
hla glovea applauding.
CLAD IN BLUE VELVET
! Mue velvet and allver waa Mlaa
Rtiaann. with a otrlng of near la Hid a
diamond locket and a -ondT'il fealhrr
hrad drraa If I were to analy hrr
undeniable 'harm I f iould ay 1 1 t ll !
onr part draaamaker, one pirt grave an I
nlnety-elglit part a iuparlatlve enl
yet aomehow not offanalv onnvlrtlon
that ahe la mighty well worth l.mklg at
one heart of the pathetic aire of tha
woman who ha hern beautiful No
feminine obeerver, at leaat, undying
MM Rue H fane to face, can apply W
her tha adjeotlve ah won twenty year
uo And yet the air of beauty not pa
thetic but aerenely triumphant put
over tha footllght lirealatlbly.
Po hr talk on retaining youth, beau
ty and oh arm had Ntttd or wotriing of
the farcical tinge whli-h a f
ona had aapeoted. Whin ahe oM al e
eaperted to b young at a hundred, .
woman near me remarked lo her n w
hand: "Well, aha rertaJnly'a good for H
If anjrbodv la!"
"You flrat aaw me twmtv-va y-nra
ago-oome of ywu." aha began, Pinnlly
"And now I've come beck to you with
a mlaalon. I know that you all want to
he beautiful, all you women. Oh. y".
you do! If any woman ray hr doe-n't
want to look beautiful -ahe look IM
part' And men are Jint Hit aama
"Why. 1 tnod In front of hrW
a . .. . ih.
hop the oiner aay- ivoi-r ....... ....
front row. "Why waan't I thereT Horn
gink have all the lurk!") "I "
front of a harberahop." Mlllan ropeete.l
aweetly. "and I taw a man having a
facial maaaag and a maAkiure and hla
ahoea ahined. all at onoa. Now wa wom
en oan't do that, yon know.
ONE DAY IN A EUEY. HAPPY
"Rut luat to ahow you what wa ran
do I'm going to let you gee the picture
of ono day In to Ufa of a buay and
happy woman my elf And my regime
iinnla enotiah for any woman to
follow. Each of you haa aom beaurv.
(Uratifled ruatla from the houaa.) 'No
one l favored mora than another and."
the lecturer added, aoulfully. "the great
t beauty of all la tha beauty of the
And then nam the maaourln augar
pliira. Mlaa RiiMrll thoughtfully In
formed u that "the normal age af
man I alkty-elm." Young Madia of
fifty-five made the wolktn ring with
their appreciation of thla taatlmonln.1.
And to add to their bile tb apeakar
made certain mathematical deduction
to prove that when you're one hundred
you're really only lty-ali. lan't that
a nice Idea?" aha entreated of ua. and
w- aald "Raw-lhor!"
Kntar the flrt moving picture of Ml
Ruaaall waking up. With breathlraa in
tert wa watched her mld Inveigle her
Into a dawn-pink negligee and a herlb
hotieil boudoir rap We beheld bay nip
ping her matutinal coffee. We counted
the deep bruatha aha took In
fble tone. Thl problem wn not eo'.vrd
for ua. In the p'cturee or the lecture.
In heT gininaaliim a -ne Mla RwMtll
Pggffd Hie honors wl'li a co'!,
gmali, ai.Siirn-h.ilrod nc'ce-"n't mv
grand- VH, ' .h. am llngly Imlate I. Rltct
anl AUDI I. W vox r i,--n-Ung "'-
ciaea together, thll chanaiaf touch of
doim ath ily entliely recondllni tha con
aclencea of the i ily ir,,ol in tha a-nl-lence.
M a. H IMNll :,nii a trainer thrrw
a rnrdi' ::. pgH, :ir,d th-n alte ild gOfM
rtklly akllful work with a punching hug
' Punching ; my favorite eiercHe,"
he reinarkul. "and It thoroughly rcc.
ommended to mnrr-ed w-mien. It'a oni".
thing thty n practice at any tlm-;
they cm BVfri prattler It (landing at the
top of t'.e .'air whin their hnaban-la
com ho n late. I can guarantee that
wive who ggg the punching I'fg wl"
fln-l that their huei-urnl -ome home
SYMPATHY FOR THE CONNUBIAL ,
"I'-mr old Ale k'" laiik'hed omeh.dy
hck ,,f m'. evidently friend of Alci
nr.der Moora, Ml It iae.-U'a connub.nl
Anotbgf thing we learned I that feel-
inn iwwn ii .in igeallanl tight ggarsl I
for women If) hg kftimootl. We gut i- :
ere-l f i o n unoihir gIMt that at a picnic j
th- i .(... r kaglfgg aervea her guent
Hrt. An-I we were I tnrlnlly Informed '
that If Pi Pari fat we ahoul-l take!
I mon In our te and eat no cakei; If;
thin, four lump of anger and all the I
cake In tea. h Hut. nf i ourae, th thing
that matteie-1 waa the new roatuma Mini
Ituaaell wore In each picture.
Th mala contingent cat careful
eye over the film ihowlng how a per
fect gentleman take Mlaa Ituaaell out
to dinner. The male contingent waa In
formed with pretty severity that the
holding of a woman'a coat had become
almoat a loat art. Alio that tha honor
to Vila ex alway folded a woman' train
niotif hef f'1' t wien ! Pa I l-agtd in
the taxi, ifi-t-a.l nf burbling. "Move
i-rir, g-rl I'm GOfltlaV in'"
We enilr,!. na we beajgfl, w IUi Ml I
It-.'aeell-a-ar!nK ft million dollar' woitli
ol jewi In. pagrlflff a Wfgpptf nn-l iuI-I
team. Plgrlnl a hew et of gplendlf.
i i oui f.-oekn. Ape we were (allgflagf
becaima that PaM wiiy we i IIM
ELOPING TERlTs START
FOR HONEYMOON ABROAD.
Advfnturt'vime Baltimore Man
SiiurLs in Rigl at Interviewers
Hef i ire Ship Sails.
Lawrence Perln, releftneil from llloom
Inffwglg Aaylum only two tnonthn ago,
and who eloped with Mine Blltg W.
I'erlne -f llnlttmore last wp-Ii. railed
with hi- nrl-le to-day on t le Kr-mprln-
xereln CacllM for tnelr bopaymoon
Mr. I'ei In, K lioee . areer of adventure
lea covered no Inconsiderable part of
the earth, ami wh.ee firm wife wn
found daad pith a platel bealdi :ier in
bgt leter'a home In BnglgD I. K.ive n
ein-rt of rage when reporter triad to
Interview big). Ma bed to big state
room and barricaded blmaelf ugainat
The hrl-l-grooin inherited mid got rM
I f a large fortugl left him hy hi fath. ,
Neiaon I'erln, jue.ident of th United
I Recf Rnl,w.tya of Bal !l :n-ire. He Mi
I..-, n pli e-t in im'i.i.i'Vi'iii ..ii I a.;. Iiinil
for tha Iniatie a n imb-r -; luca. He
- i'tiu net:- tlnlh,hf hla ecmntrl career
H Mcro- , Pbefl -i mi-. - .I norm high
eaate gpt I VI poMM ghd II ft It HigM
v e l. He a m gutti :i gal --f the
then with diffl- Jll.
lleefe.t .,,,iu., BMfjB f n all le e.
' The truateea of the v7l!llgmgblJ v-
j'niis Iktnk yeelenl -y elected -"harli- f.
I I'aafleM cgihler to Pli end the lute
Wlllafll K Bum. Mr Piiar.-u haa
tJCCD emplye In Ihl l ink t mty-aeven
e,ira, and aa aaaint.int aahl.-r aeven-
I teen yeira.
BANKRUPTCY PETITION FILED
t redllnra ll.nr Inline .if ::.iii
t urinal Importere Hi A II. I.eTj.
An involuntary p-tltlon g Ixtikruptcy
waa tl'ed tola morning In the ITrllted
itktag rWgtrlcl Cpgrl by Max .1 Miygri
and two other creditor!, with claim of
:i nil. aga.nat K. A M, Levy, a corpora
1 n, importing and dialing In hair,
bflttleg, A-., it No. IH! Water tret.
The llkbllllleg iPCead l:t' The aiact
are value.1 at tfAOOO.
T!ie eflli ari of thl corporation of Fl. A
H. Levy are Kmanuel 1evy, 1'rcaldcnt.
imd l"Ul Levy. Secretary The dlrec
tore aie r.manuel I.cv,
Solomon "plngarn. According to the 0
partnerahlp and Corporation Directory
Ihl - otpuiatlon --apltal I MWjjgO I
laiula Levy and
Scaled Like a FishS
fit ju Yn uioa o four tettb. I e-U 11
a full t WlwejR a rf'ifJ Aa A"
IPvamlnalian ol Your Tagth FREE
I Gold Crowns $8.00
VBridtpWork (pf tosth), y.w
Mr. I. V Wrimrr. of ( imnelNville,
Penuylvtalg, n nuffrrrr from K .etna,
w ri I r :
"I aggjed like a fili -I1B1I two dogtoyg,
lull got irf nil the time after lining
onlv tbrefl lii.Lllr of D. I). I). I tun
truthfully (ay I atn rttrgtL''
I lii D. I f. Praacrtptlog -. mil-l
wa-li, idegtlflrglly rompotlKt&fd from
Plptgfffgf II, tbynol ntnl otiMf ingre
dient, w liii Ii pgpgirPtg to the lllaragg
germ. TUl cooling wali ileal rov tho
gei in mil throw them off. leaving the
(Kin ninnoth ami h-ailhv.
The firat full-aixe Imllle i guaranteed.
Yim are to get it and drri-lc if il i worth
the price. If not, pay nothing. The
druKKi.t underlatid tni. the I). I). I),
laliuratorira of Chicago are hacking tin
gnaranlee 1 here i no auibbUwg, 1'hi
proprietor nf II l I), know-uv how it
cure the itch at once make you thi
offer that you will lie aure lo tr.v the
A tv-Clatl bag tig will atart the cure
and give vim IgPtUl relief. For alc bj
Itikcr-llrgeman Drug Mure- and all
gmid druggit. Advt,
All leat or fevad artlrlea ad
veHlaed In The World will he
Hated at The World'a Informa
tion Unrean. Pullffer ll-illdlng
Arcade, I'ark Itiiwt ttorld'e
t'plown Offlve, nerthweat cor
ner IlMh M. and llro.iili.iii i
World-, tlarlem Office, a III
Weal 123th at., and Wnrld'a
n rook Ira Of.'lre. 33 Waihlng
ton at.. Brealilyn. fnr HO day
following the Delating of Ua
It i a nnaitive fact tbat the moment
Rralnnl Ointment louche any itching
ahin. the itching atopi and healing be
gin. With the aid of Heainol Soap, it
quickly clear away all trace of ecxema,
ringworm, pimple, blackhead, or other
tormenting, unaightly eruption, leaving
the akin clear anil healthy.
And ll-e beit of it i you need never
herniate to liae Rriinol Soap and Ker
nel Ointment Tbeae ii nothing in them
to injure the tendereit aurface. Reaitml
la a doctor' prescription which tor
eighteen year baa been need by care
ful phyi- ian fnr all kind of akin af-
I.,. i ..... i i,.,. ....... ,ii.. ii... ..,.1 r.i .
front of confident that ita aoothine. healin Me
an open window and ploualy hoped that I tion j, brought about hv medication o
bland ami gentle a to be (uited to the
mot delicate or irritated akin even of
a tiny baby.
Heainol ia (old by every druggiat ia
the United State, but you can prove
used to z-
ahe waan't oatnhlng old
glance at the blue and
howed ua that h waa
Mlaa Ituaaell bmahed her hair for ua
on tha next film, with two hruhe. It
rxertnaed both her hair and her arm,
ih explained. "Dut ihe look! ai If ahe
had no much more when It'a done up!"
one woman remarked In duttlnctly aud-
at our expense what it will do lor you.
Write to-day to Dept. t-S, Reainol. Bal
timore, Md , and we will send you by
Krrel poet a liberal trial of Reaiiiol
ntment and Reainol Soap.
For Every Fashion these
50 years women have
found comfort and grace
R ft Q followed the abrupt lines of the crinoline lady of the Sixties. It
filled the need of the bustle of the Eighties. It answers the simple call of the
sinuous, graceful lines of today. We've designed so many corsets for so
many women that no trick of line, or seam or boning escapes our artists.
We make corset for one woman In every ten In this wide land. We make a
corset that fits these women, for they buy year after year, getting automatically in each
new R ft G the year n aubtleat, slightest change of style.
Slim women and atout women, plump women and medium women, find a corset
to fit in the long line of R & G's. We don't make a corset for just one set kind of figure.
We make a corset to fit every kind of figure.
The secret of a corset's fit is in ita linos, purely and simply. There are no trappings,
no heavy harness on R ft G corsets. A swinging curve in a aide seam, a diagonal ab
domen seam, make all the difference in the world in your corset
In all things worth while, there is an art.
for many years, lies back of each R ft G corset.
The art of corset lines, carefully studied
That' wby there ia an R aV G core to fit you and uit you eaectly. When
you go to tha tor tnalat on that one. Sao all atyloa of R ft G corset till
you coma to the one plaaaad by our designer to fit your particular figure.
'3 " 16-Button White
(Washable ) ,
Paris Point em
soft and pliable.
The deep curv.
.vat klod, lo a
1 10-10 karat -cold
I'hji frama la ,. It
,'iiaranteed noi tii il
'olur. tifttui miIiI fur
r Mi. Hmvtal lurWi'ilni a
ilay ana Thursday wltn
VI 171? N fcAChAatit
af MXCjCj For
$20, $18, $15 and $12 Women's. Misses'
Thrra uf th t'oata hut there era many nthrra.
Here is a sale that
will start the
A positive clearance of all our medium
grade coats with the surplus stock of
the manufacturer who held his best
coats back until the last minute.
The Materials are chinchillas, kerseys, boucles,
diagonals, mixtures and many other wanted
The Styles are this season's and can be worn
now and will be appropriate next fall for weight
a-d St'le- Seroad noo,.
Boys' Blouse Waists, fine st ripod
materials, slightly soiled. OQo
Value 48c. (or wl
English Sicilian, Hark, gray anrl
tiavv liltif, l.irli lis-tif; ;h hum
wide. Value Il.tS per yard.
Messaiine Talleta. 19
S ids, in black and white checks.
.ill silk. Value lie per y ard,
Alcohol, 1 quart Value
Theatrical Cold Cream.
V aluc lie tor
Choice of Baked Halibut, Norway .
Fried Breast of l.amh
Mashed Yellow Turnips.
Apple Tapioca Cltttard.
Coffee. Tea. Mil
Music n to 2.16 P. M
New 1913 Styles
Extra wide taffetas,
Persians, satins and
fancies. For milli
nery, hair or sashes.
50c Bed Sheets
Well known bed sheets for
this ridiculous low price.
er rf r . 1
54x90 for single beds
All feather filled.
wonderful value at
and boats should
take advantage of
Pillows Yl2c Wash OooSit
1 his is a I A half price sale.
this price I Mill ends of lawns,
di mi ties, batistes,
and Swisses. Per
Six Specials From
Lot I Real hand made C'luny. Antique,
black, white and Bulgarian colors; v
the latest novelties for SprinR in II
linen, silk and won; valUM up to ZtP
U per yd., at 49r, 2)c. 19c and Vv
Lot t latest embroidered novelties in
flouncing, hand run and hand enioiomerc:;
laces with bands to match ; 1 to in
inches wide; values up to fU ijer
yard, at 1.M, 51.49. 1.Z5, WMTWP
BVal Irlah Plrnl r.tliaa
valua V9r par JQ
Krai Habv Irlah
Reave is in. irldai
rui and aliiitnr..ck da
llgnai valua eiQr
at. in uar rd . m
V t n 1 r AHuter
Whit tnJ tcru: I
in. hit , vuhit l
f sr yard,
H It il o w
U bfl mi
i Main lour. )
New Spring Millinery
Women s $3.00
Only 20T in the
lot, but each and
i-very one adapta
tions from Paris
ian models. Val
ue:- to 18.00
Are These Foreign Creations
Smart hats trim
med with ribbons,
ers in all the new
Spring shades. Goodyear
to - date
in a 1 1
and lace, vici kid,
with plain and
tipped toes. Single
oak soles. Each
and everv Dair
Your Choice of Any
Suit or Overcoat
in tbe rour
Not a single garment is
reserved in this great clear
ance sale of Hackett-Carhart
More than 7,500 overcoat!
and suits must go- -models for
every service, in sizes for men,
hoys and children.
Every assortment Is moat
complete, and the styles are
all of late season design.
It is thus possible for ua to
guarantee each garment to be
"good style" next season.
The quality throughout is of
the same excellence that for
more than 56 years has made
the name Hackett-Carhart
synonymous with the highest
standard of fine ready-for-service
$18, $20 & $22.50
Overcoats & Suits
$22.50, $25 &
& Suits are
$25, $28, $30 & $35
Overcoats & Suits
About 300 very fine over
coats that were delayed
$50. $55 and $60 d Ol?
Overcoats . .
Including luxurious Vicuna
dress nnd business coats,
and English, camel's hair
lined, Motor Coats.
if, r. Broadway. Nrar Ohambere St.
Oiixilt city Hull,
mi Broadway, at l3th Street.
Nt-ar L'nlon Kquar.
119 Writ IM St.. Nrar Broadway.
154 Kuat K'5th st . Nrar Id Ave.
DOUBLE j& meSps1se
UNTIL 12 NOON
35c Window Shades
Opaque and Holland. Size 3x5.9 ft.
Slightly imperfect, but does not affect the 1 (!
Fine silk finish lisle mi
ported hose, in black only.
K, fur imTLs koppearance or use. Quantities limited.
MEANS A ZqL TO
SAVING OF ' YOU
MViutli a VC319
Of fine ribbed Egyptian .
cotton, trimmed withl Qa
Value 29c, for. .
n 11 11 11 n 1 1 1 1
5 hi tfiiJ
This Brass Bed Outfit,
Value, $21, tor $
Brass beds, with 10 RUM
ax live brass
years' guarantee lacquer.
Extra well made cotton
mattress; steel woven
wire spring with wire
through to back,
lias never been of-
fered at this low
price. Per sq. yd.
1 mi .iii in a
txtra fine fin
ish. Size 9x12
Pullman Baby Carriagesl
na en fire tamplm line, confuting of 54 carriage t;
the tample$ of tho Lloyd Manufacturing Co., manu
facturer of exclusive high grado Carriagtt.
Corduroy and leather cloth
in every detail. Colors
are white, brown, gray
$30 & $25
in our stock
on Our Easy
on 3rd Floor.
Till, will I,.. .1... ta-u..... . .
iii"a lu ih, 1 1.1..H ui nan hniaklna ami
WaJrWlIlag In Hi.- I nil. .1 Mlalra. I, ul:.,
bm 11. -.,iii 1, nr .hall hair i.u ..il,- 1 .111111
IT-Jrii. ll.il, ul.., ,nl 1, 1. i,., 1. Wall lira l a:l
rarr.. ! Iila ...I,- will hr on nt.ru (l u'rliM-k
Ii.-llliirrlMV in hi. iiiil, .a a, ,
rnllrr lu i.f,,. thru. r lliink ihia
Hi. 11. il. mm mIh. nt nMI WhU I. knit" fin v
U ut till lie i nn 1 f ortialil hianilU.
Our tfiiiirrtfilt U ih: Hi. a. Wiil.hr nr
CtiNmn ffil tti hr triuilno IT lrlln. aU
i in-ii'il. himI KUttrunirfM. for 111 itair.
IT It'll 1 Mil bttV MM n- KhimI for lrM ll.nn
i.Vimi. 0r wn- not amlUtltMl vim huc
Mj inn x 1 tn. 11 ml I fat Jnt hut villi Hunt,
mi inn rrtiirn It within HI ilitv anil k.i
n ir WA tiM k on r-iirt. No until onlrr
fll'lll. N.i .l.'MrHi-.-. 111. K-.'iu'i r- or WMl h
1. i.i ra unpllffl. Onh nitf W nt. h Mold to
n nit .nirr. ' hr. . ..ii.llMona will be
llflt I' ",,ir -'
rmm watch pbutkctorh.
1 7. '..on Hoi hi 1H-K. tiohl Wfttrb for ttiatt
iar.Mi Nuihi is-k. UuM U'nU-li far
J- no w, ll.l U.K. f.otrl U .i t, f,,r Ifi
l uii in- iMiri'tiMnril from n. If uiiatatl
fawlnr 'HU hr rrturnd w hla ten da
ami h uHt rrfiimt all of raar lunuvv
rriurt or rvr Imnirr thriu far nrw ottao.
CHARLES A. KEENE
1 g IHaninuda. Watrhea. Jrwalrr.
ov Vroadwsy, New York
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nn.ll.l U.1II1I I l-K. I...I.I U'iiIi Ii (,.r
no HoM.I I I.K. Ilnlii Wa.rti fi.r