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THl IVBNING WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1913.
BAISEO BY TEAMS
I FOR ST.
Canvassers Are Ruling Up
I Big Subscriptions for
.Ths Ntiv York sHoeS staBkaMS 'vAI er-
tt Sot a touch nf tile '"Fevi-r" whlrh
become so cmtagfcsM In Brooklyn
Airing the past Weak. And now, thanks
ta the many stock lirrAi-rs and trader
op ths floor, there Isn't the slightest
doubt that the ll.-io.nno wlil.h Is needed
tb be railed for the new St. Anthony's
Hospital In Wonrlhavon. will be raised
lane before the oftVlnl dosing of he
campaign on Friday evening.
The Stock Market received quite a
pleasant aifprise veateril.iy afternoon
when twenty of Brooklyn' prettiest
Sirls Invaded the floor and announced
tl fact that they wanted the financial
support of all the men present. No
oner was the ilijeot ot their visit made
public than every man In the place
alfned a plcdxe to do all In his power
to help rulu the money. Many even
went ao far as to write checks and hand
tSem to the fair visitors. Consequently
more money than was ever anticipated
was received yesterday at the dally
luncheon held at the Imperial Hotel,
Ilrooklyn. where St. Anthony's official
headquarters are sltunted.
Nearly 7."..iiOO mi the Koul reached at
the close of the fifth day. Much of this
hl hecn ruiitrlbvited hy the Catholic
perishes of Hie hoiouKh, where the men
And tho women on the various commit
tee have been canvassing. There has
hardly been a single district In the en
tire of Brooklyn which hasn't beon In
vaded, and the generosity of the resi
dents of the bOTOUffa will long be re
One of the striking features of this
Whirlwind cumpalxii Is the fact that
regardless of creel or color, every one
la doing hi' share toward alleviating the
Uflerlng of the les fortunate. Those of
tho Jewish religion have come bravely
to tho front, and now there Isn't a ln
at. JculalvVorgutitxatlou that ha not
contributed larvc amounts of money.
There Is one team consisting of Hebrews
of whlc.i Mr. Klruskl is the leader. They
have worked earnestly alnce the be
ginning of the campaign. Nearly every
day they have reported a thousand dol
lars, and often have far exceeded that
Dr. Grant Baldwin, who will hold the
post of medical superintendent of the
now hospital, was the principal speaker
yesterday afternoon. He outlined. In
rlsf, the -work of the Little Rtster of
ft. Fraud, telling how they have
healed and housed thousands of tho alck
and suffering poor. John II. MoCooey,
Judge Luke D, Ktapleton and Rabbi Her-
rt leventhal. of the Nlttl.Htreet Tom
I pie. made addresses, and. assured the
worker of their hearty reoperation.
Mi's lolUI Brcnnan feclvgd the pen-
I Mill for the women's team, ami August j
Jjltc io for the mens. The keen rivalry,
nfili h has existed so far between the'
mi i and the women has ceased for a
time. Thev are working hand In hand I
now. both striving for the fucrea ofj
the compalgn. Wher. ver the women
work, If they are Iti n--ed of an escort. 1
tho nstfl are only too iin Ions to art III.
that capacity. Mlchuel J, Ponnvag
guided I hi young girls. In charge of Mr.
Jletiry Vongc through, the stork market
yestciday, and Introduced t'lem to many
of tin: prominent officials.
"There Is little fear of our losing out j
la the campaign," said ' Commissioner ,
Arthur , O'Koefc to-day. "With such
hearty worker as we have, and Judging ;
by the support which we have already
received, wc will far exceed the mark
we have set."
on Friday night, at the Twenty-third
Regiment Armory In Bedford avenue, a
monster dance Is to be given by the
worker In the field to their friend.
Incidental to the dance and music, the
various teams will report their collections.
Grand street Fourth orTanM.
tontlary one year. a
BY JUDE O'SUtLIVAN.
(Joorge Brown, nJrityariree fra old,
of No. sH West One Hundred and
4event -tlnnl street, pleaded guilty
theft ll'i v Mb of pronert from No. 2SJ
W est Une IfundVed and Ninth street
Klrtt Offens. xilterittury flifrty day
IletUtutfon madC .
I BY JUDGE H08LKV.
John Lyons, twenty -on- year old, ot
No. UN Mansion street, Bronx, plotutcd
guilty burglary st No. 141 K.ist One
Humlrel and Fortieth atrect and as
saulting two policemen with revolver.
He.-ond offense, state pi1on four year
and ten month on each charge.
BIG AWARDS FOR STREETS.
aimer SMsM fMaVNB i Mrtate
I'rk Commissioner Htover now haa at
hi disposal SMtW'fer rapavlng River
slda Drive iVoai Sevent -eecwid afreet
to n Hundred and Tenth stgret The
Board of Estimate, voted him the money
to-day. It I the Com in I sal oner's inten
tion to build a bituminous macadam
mad with a concrete foundation and this
he eays wilt endure forever. The Hoard
also voted the Commissioner UdO.'Do
to ttnlah the work of repaving the woat
and gait and middle drive in Central
Une million and a half dollar were
alio appropriated for repaving Manhat
tan streets and 2HO,si) for repaving
BURGLAR IS SENTENCED TO
9 YEARS AND 10 MONTHS.
Two Cracksmen Are Disposed of
by Courts During One
Three elf-confeed criminals, two
arrested for burglary, the other for
petty larceny, were sentenced yester
day In tho Supreme Court and the
Court of General Sessions. The disposi
tion of the three was as follow:
BY JUSTICE SEABURY.
Timothy Leach, thirty-four year old,
of No. 2S3 White avenue Brooklyn,
pleaded guilty burglary at No. M7
Minnesota Hiitlni Hill Killed.
HT. PAn., April 10. Tho MM permit- '
ting boxing, which 'i passed by the
lower branch of the Minnesota legisla
ture last night, was killed by the Sen
ate General Legislation ConimUtee. An
attempt In the Senate to overthrow the
rommlttee'a action may be made wlun
tho committee reports. It was stated.
FOR DANDRUFF, FALLING HAIR OR
ITCHY SCALP 25 CENT "DANDERINE"
Save your hair! Danderine destroys dandruff and
tops falling; hair at once Grows hair, we prove it.
II you care (or heavy hair, thai
glistens with beauty and i radiant
with life; has an incomparable softness
and is fluffy and lustrous you must use
Danderine, because nothing else accom
plishes so much for the hair.
Just one application of Knowlton's
Danderine will double the beauty of
your hair, betides' it immediately dis
solves every particle of dandruff; you
cannot have nice, heavy, healthy hair
if you have dandruff. This destructive
scurf robs the hair of it lustre, its
strength and its very life, and if not
overcome it produce a feverishness and
itching of the scalp; the hair roots fam
ish, loosen and die; then the hair falls
If your hair has been neglected and
is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too oily,
don't hesitate, but get a A cent bottle
of Knowlton's Danderine at any drug
store ortoilrt counter, apply a little a
directed and ten minutes after you will
say tliis was the best investment you
We sincerely believe, regardless of
everything else advertised, that if you
desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair and
lots ot it no dandruff no itching scalp
and no more falling hair you must use
Knowlton's Danderine. It eventually
why not now? A 13 cent bottle will
truly amaze you.
Ostt$tt$ssMMMft ft && GO BOlfi):
Beginning Tomorrow, 8.30 A. M.
I $35 & $40 Hackett-Carhart
Jtsgl Corsets I
Bffll are guaranteed I
Hip and (l'Jij
Wm Abdomen MgM
One to Five Ww
all ' i
Need Be Stout
which firmly support the bust
and abdomen, molding the flesh
into slender lines, giving com
fort with style, durability and
No Barter Cort
at Any Priem.
Waar-Proof Elastiue Gores
provide comfort, and warrant
gore-durability during lite of
the corset . Specially woven ma
terials; guaranteed not to rust,
tear or break. Sires, 19 to 36.
Ne.TSS.lsw aaal. eeaHI mmi had., sric.
IS.ee, fie. TM.lMBatl.iwa.ewilU.lKoo,
slender, (aihlonabla figure-
i. gracefully modeled bust and
subdued hip. Superior quality
coutit and tfat lata, daintily trimmed.
Guaranteed not to ruft. $14)0 up-
W.S.SsliiM, fracelnlly proDortiorJd.
at srttaout wrinkles. So, clloaW iBsre-
AT ILL OEALlll.
roA-ETrw Boe Sfew worx
Silk-Lined Spring Suits and
The first 952 men who come to the Hackett
Carhart stores may take advantage of this wonderful
opportunity. Only 952 men, remember for this will
exhaust the fabrics that we have secured in order to
make this unprecedented offer.
More than this and mark this well many of the highest
priced fabrics included in this rare offering are short lengths
just enough for one, two or three garments.
All men are assured of full-value $35 garments but those
who come first may secure $40, and even better, values. It's entirely a
question of who gets the quickest action and this means instantaneous.
If you but knew, as we know, how wonderful these values are if you
for but one instant could realize the entire 952 orders would be taken
by Friday night.
For this is an event that sets a new standard in fine made-to-measure
clothes a standard higher than New York has ever known. It breaks all
It will perhaps be many years before an opportunity like this may
In fabric, you may choose among the highest
standard known to fine tailor at $30 to $40.
And there are more than 200 styles in which they
may be made up.
In models, the most recent English and Con
tinental adaptations, correct Fifth Avenue and
College styles, and many of our own exclusive
designs here await your seltction.
Also, in their mqst attractive variation, are
the popular patch-pocket, English-style garments
and Norfolks all to be made up in the modish
fabrics of the hour.
Included in the fabric assortments are English
finished Serges in Blue, Black, Grey and mixture
shade. Unfinished Worsted in Blue and Black.
Vicunas and Velours in Black, Oxford, Cambridge,
Blue and Heather mixture.
English and mill finished Worsted in exclusive
designs of Club checks, Pin checks. Pencil stripes.
Line stripes and Silk mixtures. In new Greys,
smart Blues, correct Browns, new Olives, and
many Heather and Scotch mixtures.
Saxony Cassimere, English and Scotch Tweed
effects in correct Club check, Pencil stripe, and
many Homespun and Canadian crash effects.
In fact, there is nothing in correct, popular and
exclusive fabrics but what you will find here in
every shade, weave, design and mixture.
The tailoring throughout is of a standard higher
than will usually be found in $35 to $40 made-to-measure
garments. Thit we guarantee.
The silk linings are of the highest grade, pure
dye Taffeta the only long-wearing, comfortable
Summer silk and the only lining suitable for fine
made-to-measure Summer clothes.
Tariff agitations were partially responsible for
this unusual offering. Several of the foremost
wholesale fine woolen distributor closed their
season earlier than usual. And then, too, an over
anxiety on our part to keep a highly trained cus
tom tailoring organisation busy every moment, i
This, coupled with the Underlying motive of
our wanting every man to know how well we
tailor clothes how flawless our fit, and how fash
ionable our fabrics is the reason for this most re
Nor are you asked to take a single garment that
in the smallest detail fails to measure up to your
ideals of fit, style and value. Note this carefully.
And to make thit consideration more binding,
ue ask no deposit when your order is taken.
Only if they are thoroughly (atiifactory may
you have your garments when finished. If not
satisfactory, we earnestly ask that you leave
them on our hands. Such it our great con
fidence in our tailoring department.
Remember: There are fabrics only for 952 garments.
Quickest possible action on your part is therefore imperative.
Note : Suit with Extra Trousers, $25. Coat and Trousers, without Vest, will
be $18. Also, the limitations of this entire offering preclude any possibility of
filling mail orders.
Nesr Chamber! Street
Opposite City Hall
at 1 3th Street
Nor Union Square
119 Wett 42d Street
154 Esit 125th Street
Nser 3d Avenue'
ssn vppusiic N-ny nan rssw union qusrt vipen evenings uptn evenings J
is now in full progress.
We have prepared a mul
titude of typical Bloom -ing
dale economies for
ALL CARS TRANSFER T0
II.M All Linen and Hem
stitched Scalloped Lunch
Cloths, special at $1
SI. R Bleached Linen Dinner Nap
klna, sires 21x21 inches, C1
per dosen. special at Six"
$4.98 All Linen Hemstitched Set,
1 cloth and 1 dosen nap
kins, for JO.tjH
93 Renaissance Tea mt cti
Cloths, 54 inches wide, at SI. OS
89c Renalasance Centre-
Pieces, round and square, at . 59C
$1.89 Austrian Printed
Table Covers, at $ 1 .00
MsIti Klonr. 5(ith St, Rrptlan.
Lexington and 3d Avenue
59th to 60th Street
n 34c Ik.
Weuser fily the best
with a high
Our Annual Spring Sale of
Wrappers, Kimonos, qq
Ch House Dresses at OOC
To morrow and Saturday the last two days of this Bloom
in gd ale sale. There are thousands of garments in eight
practical styles, prettily trimmed, each in a pleasing variety
of patterns and colorings. Sites 34 to 46. Mail orders filled.
Her.nlc1 n JOf , Csatrs.
Girls9 Gingham Dresses at 69c
Oirls' dresses of xxl ctualitv nlaln alnaham. trtmmeil urlth tun hand of
embroideries on waist, and
plain and striped percale
dresses, trimmed with solid
color materials, stripes 01
embroideries. Sixes ft to 14
years; splendid value at 69c.
Juniors' Pretty Percale
Dresses. 98c and 1.4i
In plain and striped per
cale of good quality, wit I
Dutch neck, embroidery ot
front of waist, striped sailoi
collar or plain collar and cuffi
of ratine. Sixes IJ, IS and
1 7 years. Attractive valuer
at these prices, 98c nnd $1.49.
Children 's While Serge
Coats, at $1.77
Children's White Serge and
shepherd check coats, trim
med with embroideries oi
solid colors; sixes 2, 3 and 4
77 years; special value at $1.77.
sr.iB4 Klnnr. 11. Ats. rtartlna.
BLOOMI NO It I M'
69c " f-JP'
Mc Seamlees Full Mse Mye
lin Bed Sheets, each
2tc Hemstitched Pillow
'onjy 6 to a customer), Jggl
nc meat tied Muslin, fun yard .1
wide, special price, per yd BJBJBJ I
"9c Crochet Bed Spreads, sia
gle sUe, hemmed
It ,M Mlkollne Comfortables,
full sise special, at
II. JS Full Slse Cot teat
Fleeced Rlankete for
SJ.se puid Blankets, full
sise, special, pair
Women's 98c Nightgowns al (St
Ten pretty high and low neck styles, o splendid quality cambric
nainsook; trimmed with embroidery and lace, at this price wc also
crepe night robes in white and color at 69c.
Combination, Nainsook, trimmed
with pretty new style laces QQ
and embroidery; at JfOC
Skirts of Cambric, some with em
broidered ruffles, other with A Q
lace insertion and edge; at xHC
Skirt of Cambric, 10 n
with torchon laces and
embroidered ruffles; at. .
Corset Cover of Nainsook,
styles, trimmed with
and embroidery; at
Ht ..I float.
Women's Silk Stockings at 23c
Everything about them spells 50c. Little irregularities in the stitch ha
md there, not serious enough to deserve consideration, olace them amessai
lejeins iiom inc sTTicci rnsc. in uuraoiuiy ana looks they
from the 50c kind. All silk to the top. with deeD saner ton.
neels and toes; in black, white and colors.
vVomen'a Stocking, gause lisle I Children's Stocklnaa. 1 ks) 1
tan, white and cotton; all sixes; black and tea
black. Special, pair IOC Our special price, oair
Women's Pure Silk Stockings that always bring $1.00 In other
with deep garter hem and cotton spliced soles, are here at
rnssiA omjI Caa f Iia sClamaeeal CvkllVIf tvsm Ssra flaase riAnnriAiiriin asm 1, W.
w .aasaasr. aTsaaaa .isr.sr. asasr. iiii n s i,aniiiiiiiiii aaa esses in i.i.iuiuu.ic.si sr' bk
Free Concerts by
The Hawaiian troupe, including
the famous Hawaiian Prima
Donna, Miss Keonulani, in con
cert from 2.30 to 5. .to P. M.
Bushy Shrubs at
3 to -4 ft. high, guaranteed to
live. The plants include Rose of
Sharon, Ainpelopsis, Rhododendron,
Snowball, Wistaria, Euommus. Hon
eysuckle Gush, Hop Tree, Bitter
sweet, Ped Dogwood, Weigulio,
Tsmrrix. Deuttia, Japanese Snow
ball, Smoke Tree, Barberry Vulgaris,
Lilac, Purple Rose, Philadelph.ua or
Mock Orange, Spirea, pink and
white; Hydrangea, Weeping Spirea
California Privet at 4c
3 y rs ..lil, fine, bushy plants;
$.1.7.1 pi i hundred, very special.
We are reproducing the International Flower Exhibition, now
under way at the Orand Central Palace, in our Greenhouses on
the roof and cut-flower shop on the main floor. Our splendid
showing of floriculture will be found decidedly interesting and
The Hardy Holland Grown Rose Bushes at 6c
They bear fruitfully; three years old and tome older. All
ready to be planted, and every well-known rose in the collection.
The same character bushes are being offered by other florists at
considerably higher prices.
Fruit Trees, 59c and 69c
The finest fruit trees grown In
the United States in different vari
eties, peach, cherry, plum, apple
and pear; fine specimens.
Cut Flower Department
As usual, large stock of freshcut
flowers in season at one-third to
one-half less than elsewhere.
35c Ramblers at 12c
Crimson and pink ramblers; regu
larly sold for 35c in our Greenhouses
on the roof at the very small price
A large stock of all kinds of
bulbs, in all varieties, at one-third to
one-half less than elsewhere.
Jo7 mnd Ttlepkont Order ChteHuthj Fitted.
Corsage of 2 Killarney
Roses for You, Free
To all visitors to our green
houses on the roof up to 11 JO t
M.. and from 3 to A P W as.
sage of a Killaraey roses will be
presented without charge.
and Seeds tor Me
Delivered, prepaid, by Parcel
to any point in the United
The collection comprises:
3 Dahlia Bulbs; regularly
6 Tuberoses; regularly
3 Carinas; regularly
3 Chinese Lily Bulbs; rega
I Dosen Packages of
1 Package Fertiliser;
The New "Rue de Rivoli" Ruff
A happy combination of waterproof maline and satin ribbon.
One hundred nf these ruffs which we produced to sell for two dol
lars will be disposed of A
tomorrow, Friday, for intro- JO
duction at fJFi.ie
Fashionable New York has seized upon
the "Rivoli" Ruff with all the avidity
of its native Paris. They are admir
ably adapted for Spring and Summer
wear, h our deep rows of maline encir
cle the neck, while the front is fin
ished with a large flowing tie of black
satin ribbon. Comes in black, black
and white and handsome
pastel shades. I or Friday
we offer 100 at
Chilton Mailings. 49c
Fashion declarea accordion plaitings
to be the proper thing on skirts for
wear under the new slashed dresses.
Along wit hthisnews comes t he choicest
lot of all-silk liberty -finish chiffons, in
widths of 22 and 45 inches, and in an
assortment of all the new colors. Ex
ception il values. Yard, 49c.
Wiumii'i Neckwear Ksnji,
,111 OOHINim I.K.H'
"R&G" Corsets $1 to $3
You'll turn to the easy comfort and good
style of these models, for they are easy
for lounging, trim for walking, stylish
fot afternoon and graceful for evenings
and comfortable at all times.
It is this continual com fort this re
liable quality, this good style that creates
an almost universal demand for R&G.
Come and see the new models. There's
a different style for each figure. There's
one built to fit you. "R fls O" might well
be interpreted to mean reliable and erace-
ful. Those have always been the distin
guishing features of these favored corsets.
Our corset ieres will be pleased to point
out their many advantages. ,r.
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27 & 45 in. St. Gall Embroideries, 49c
Superior Batiste Lace Combinations of Embroidery; all 27
and 45 inches wide; some extremely pretty patterns;
embroideries always selling at 75c yard, special
for Friday, yard
M oit appropriate for confirmation and gradumtion dwi. Main floor.
75c LonoSUk Gloves alltt
211 ink I .lit.
- - ..vwtjt mum mc
gloves, with double tipped l
sues, in oiaca ana white.
elbow, double Anger
ttoo Heavy Sjgfj
reuch way above Ska
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wnite. Dink, skv- - -
pagne; value $1 00; at par pair. . VBjSJ
Adjustable Draping Figures
Dressmaking Helps at Strikingly Low Prices
The ideal figure for home dressmaking one answers the purpose of a
whole range of sues of the old style easily and qrickly adjusted to YOUR
1- IOURE simple and lubttuntial in construction.
This ff in I rat Ihsbsl J . r t u inu
This figure has 12 sec . , . .djllIte,,
ion'i and every part is , ,lt. nel:i, wuist and
. djui'able. I skirt.
Either figurr made in two models, A and B.
Model "A," when clewed is 32 inch bust meusure
und extends to 44-inch bust meusure. Model "B,"
v.hen clcsed i 36-inch bust meuiurr and extends to
4H-inti bust measure. While it does not inclui!
I !! the fenturrs of the higher priced figure, it is th
best figure ever offered at thi price.
Order filled for iinif port of the V Mi A.
I'tiekcd rraily for shipment.
.III MIIIM.I M l s'.
!. Av.- M ..I.
$15.00 Initialled Dinner Sets. $11
These sets are made to your order and will be delivered in ten
100 piece gold border and gold initial dinner sets, made bv Homer La
China Co., who is considered the American Haviland. That fact ia itself a
aniee ot nign cjutiiiiy. inc manes are in populur plain oval shape,
with gold edge, Grecian border patterns, extra larae eold line and I
in gold in Old English. Two decryptions to select from. These sets are
10 your order.
Thff lollowing is u detailed list of the pieces.
MB MM I It buttWSMMSS.
!iSr,;;;Xu.. ! affi,
IISm latsa f 1 '"'t'strduh t dra.ner.
kJ. ....tea ' mtm i If.
12 bePT -an rr- I 1 MOp ' -irrn A r-.i.-r
Noun o, i) Tlilrit Floor, Ceniir
V2t Dimities, 6'iC
Dainty white dimitie.
f 1.00 English Long Cloth, 7Q
Dtece of 1 0 yards eCM
lie Mercerized lluliste, JH
inches wide ...
H i.iiomi Niin.t 1. :a'a
Wall Papers V2c
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About Your Eyes
That's a danger signal. Proper 1
glasses will make the vision clear and
natural. Come in and havr your
eyes examined, for which we make
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I isr boel A oo.sr.
I sine bust.
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We offer for Thur..Frl. and Sat..
A lurga assortment of good gold
filled Eycxlasaes, rims or rimless;
crystal lenses, value $1.25 to 7Q
$2.00; only IDV
Cold - Filled Kyeftluaaea, warrunted,
with best periscopic lenses, style as
shown in illustration; the CQ
very latest and best ... iX.UO
13.50 I Jkt Cold-Filled Spectacle
and KyeglasKe. titted to your eye
with genuine Ton. lenses (P T i Q
for reading or distance. . lu.Xkf
MAtlC ailL CAJslras fll
Tnmng m ill faults that really
for nothing disqualify thesn sat
grade known as "firsts. They
nign-spuccd neeis ana aouMS
Colors and black.
Freshest, for fricassee
ing. worth 20c lb. .
HAMS -Sugar cured, lb.
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