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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 17. 1913.
HAVE A TASTE
OF FM COME
Several Thousand Dollars
Added to Their Fund of
$55,000 in Bank.
DANCE AND SING, TOO.
'Twas a Fine Time 10,000 Had
at Their Ball in Grand
The complete satisfaction that coma
frem knowing the eum you paM to be
entertained will awcll a fund from which
you will draw to o an your vacation,
thereby railrur your cake and having 1t
too. ahowed tn tha happy ayaa of ten
thouaand working gtm who crowded th
If Yon Bathe Internally
It if afe to lay that If tha colon
(lower intestine) were kept free from
waste matter appendicitis would never
develop, for it ii waate matter in the
appendix that bring on thia dangerous
There it just one aueeeaaful and
natural way to keep the colon free
from all wstte and prevent any ar
rumulation that it, Internal Bathing
by mean of the "1. B. L. Cascade."
Warm water, properly applied, ii
Nature' own cuir. and it prevent
many other ill too constipation, bil
iouinea and the many more erinu
ill they bring on yield readily to thia
treatment, and you alway feel bright.
Hear and confident.
Drug muit be perflated in and the
dotes increased to be continuously
effective, but the Internal Bath gontly
assists Nature and keeps you regular
The "J. B. L. Cascade" it now being
explained and sold by all Riker-Hege-man
Drug Store in Now York and
Ask tor booklet "Why Man of To-day
I. rk-i.. sac- l'ti:j..i
J. WUI W L J.IIIVICIH.
Orana Central Pslnc last n!stit at the
econd annual entertainment and ball of
contributors to the' Vacation Savins
Next summer when tha rlhhon counter
ways and quiver In the heat waves
and the ttrelee electric f.ins can only
ttlr tha heated air In the white goo'la
department, and when the worn out
body I demanding a rest far from the
canyons of Nsw Tork. these same girl
who danced lat night will be able to
escspe from the turmoil Into the peace
ful country or by some wave washed
shore. All hecsuae thsy saved the lit 1 1 v
son weak that made ths much which
Will take them sway. Dimes and quar
ter have been poured Into the fund and
kept watch over ly wealthy society
women, arfceen superior methods of or
ganiiatlon and kind hearts are making
tip to poor working girls soma of the
os which rightfully belong to youth
and labor, but which would never bs
theirs unices n guiding hand reached out
from comfort and luxury to point the
155,000 IN BANK FOR A RAINY
There la tM.OM In the bank now await
ing the call of the ten thousand girl
worker who ware nyny-dey wise
enough to prepare when shown how it
nlghf entertainment will add several
Two hundred girls presented a play
written especially for tha grand ball by
IU.hr! Cro there end Joaephfn Daakam
Bacon, and sailed "What Tour Vacation
To the strains of the much 'ragd
Spring Song." twenty maldena In nils
green draperies floeted nut amid a wood
land scene Just like the did for 'Gertie"
when yon paid 12 a sett, nnd two glor
ious creatures danced much the same as
high paid dancers do when Interpreting
the nn i ode which Mendelssohn Is sup
posed to have Indulged In when writing
the "-print: Song." The only difference
was that the dancera last night had
something on ths paid ones, that Is,
mors on in the matter of clothing.
Two white robed heralds through
megaphones announced tha joys that
will come with vacation time, challeng
ing each other to show a reason why
ths working girls should not enjoy
their earned rest. No one would gain
say the argument and the play pro
ceeded. The atage was divided In two
and the same performance was gone
through In unison by both aide. Out
trooped fir's representing various vaca
tion sports, bathing, tennis canoeing and
the reel. In turn they eang the lure of
their sport to the tune of "Pop Uoea the
Weasel." the chorus bedng tsken up by
thousands of girls In ths audience The
four seasons wsra portrayed by different
batches of young women whose appro
priate costumes blended Into a rkt of
color which ahowed most effectively
against a background of green. And
when the two little Spug girls besrlng
ths Uluntlnsted signs of the order ap
peared, there were two hundred girls
on the stage singing the Spiig Lyric
about useless giving at Christmas when
love might replace crudged presents. I
snd lO.nn nut on the floor eu iully Jubi
lant and singing with IMm,
While the chairs were helnjr removed
for dancing the girls took s trip down
the Vacation Pike, looking In on the
motion pictures, t Indy palmist ami
curd reader, and listening to the phono
grsph concert rf operatic records.
TEACHING THE GIRLS HOW TO
TURKEY TROT PROPERLY.
Then the dah'-lnu bc;an. Hoon Mr.
and Mrs. Vernon t'astle. who came ov if
from ths "rlunthlne Olrl" after the
show, appeared on the floor teaching Rig
vncstlon girls how to turkey trot In ths
correct manner, for really you know
there are about forty variations of that
well known entertainment. Mnnv of
the glrla were already fairly proficient
In the turket trot, but after the lessons
It may he safely predicted llMM certain
wobbly porohes on certain farm houses
ire going to .linke
ports this summer.
Society fntk who are dlreVtlSfJ the
slrls In saving for vacnt'u were it, evi
dence early, o(vuplng i "served SOSes
from which they beamed on the p issing
ill. Id vuutha from the upper atratittu
came In regulation gulil-ptated evening
harnese. Intending to pay their respects
and remain long rnouKh to fulfil their
piomlses. They Idled
bar downstair without
topcoats. And thrn when Die enter
tainment whs naif over and th"V had
voted the thing, a "Jolly nuisance" they
concluded to come up and look at It
And straightway each gilded youth
shed his outer chrysalis and staved for
the evening. For they reallised that
here were thousands of heautlful glrla
whose eyea had failed to hecmne Ii ird
though their lot a ae hard, ami who
might be worth while Inking to and
dancing with, loo, for the new angle
which thev eouid s;ve In egltttlli e
In t ie rgrtom ,oses WOT the fellow
Ing memliers of the Vacatio i "'otirnlt
tre Miss NoMfuajn smith. PhalrfltgAl
Mrs AUgllgt llelniont. M s s.M.n, lis
con Mr It.iaers II IU 0 hi, M as
Iterhel Crnthers. Mist Maud Hives nor
land, M:ss (Intrude A Kreeman, Mrs
Kula s Harrison, Miss M 0, RHk
mi. ml. Mrs. Ponsonhy nglr. Mrs Her
bert la l'rstl, Mrs. William Hand Jr .
while at the I Miss 'nrollns tahippen. Miss R, i shu-
hex-king their art, Mis- Kvelm Hues Htnlth. Mrs
Andie V StO-l and Mrs Harold J
The id iggr cHiminltte. Including
Henry W. Ta.ft. Halph Pulltser. John l
crlmmlns. (leurge Marr Raker, -Ur
Moonev. ImiiiIs rttawart snd Arthur
Wllllains, had perfected arraiigemenit
fur tile hall over six mock agu.
Mta Sellle liraal Sistgagert.
The ngagmonl uf Miss Nellie Urant,
if -ti lileei ' an.) granddaughter
or the late tlen U S. Oram, to l.leu
ten.iTit.i'oniiiiamlei R illlatn IV ''ronaii,
I, S R,t lias been annotinced here nnd
In I'llllfurnla I Jentensnl-)' i iimsiider
I'rimau Is oti.maTidliig officer Iff ttie tor
pedo lioat detror Joiieit The mar
n.iae will tske place In elan Francisco on
From the OWalgo later IKeas.i
t'rofeasor and Mrs lladley were on s
1 train wound for New Tork, where ale s
I president was to speak before a national
convention lie made us of the hour
snd twenty minutes he spent In the
I train by re'iearalng hie peenh In a low
I voice, using hla hands tn envhaalx pas.
A kindly :ntroti alio was sitting dl
i recti y behind Mr and Mrs Hartley and
who had Veen watching snd lists, iirt,
leaned forward and, tapping Mrs Mad
ley on the shoulder, aeld feellngl: "Vou
Irave my sincere aympsthy, my poor
Apply Inf effifce.
for thia la that the i
pea the pa bile how
Owe has a eaady, a
f55 sS?SJS?XS If
isaatalaa Teas kawsls
iry remedy treed I
wnwn sniwsn, aaa ma snamn r
BAW. Take s glaawfol oe aa eaawty etosat
aa hear er SO. Oet a bottle at any Drag
daughter of Mr. and Mr, .lease R. Urnnt 1 womar.. I rtave one Juet Uke htm home." ' H Mxkr j LHtle Uiffrrence What You Want, a World Want Will Go and Ost It
ing each organ
I of the body to do
lit work proper
ly and thus driv
ing nut the im
purities, it the
Medicine it the I
for building up
the system if
you ar run
No nerve dead
ening drug or
ulants to weak
en the system
and expose you to arriou and fatal dil-
esgt all pure nourishment
34th St., New York
Announce an Extraordinary Sale of
Spring Boots. Low Shoes, Pumps and Co
lonial Ties. New Long Vamp Lasts.
Regularly 54 and JS. 2o95
A Very Extensive Showing of Exclusive Styles in
High Grade Footwear, Finest Leathers
and New Cuban Louis Heels.
5.00 6.00 7.00
Women's Washable Gloves
Washable Doeskin Oloves
One-clasp white doeskin, made from carefully
selected skins. Regular price $ 1.25
Embroidered Silk Oloves
r 16-button pure dye thread silk, extra
weight, effectively embroidered in self
I shades. Regular price fi.iS
Exceptional Values in Women's
downs and Combinations, New Designs in
Batiste and Sheer Nainsook, Trimmed
with Pine Val. St Cluny Laces.
Special Prices in
Pure Thread Silk Hose
Women's pure thread silk hose, with cot
ton soles and garter tops, in black and
white. Value 95c
Women's Lisle Thread Hose
Medium Weight lisle thread hose, double
soles and garter tops. Black, tan and
white. Value 45c
Zabaret, Eighth Floor-
I afd S&
W -BTTssssV- VstrBBtBW faVafssV tW BSSf
An Excellent Cabaret. Good Music nnd a Modarnte-Prlccd Menu Dally (n Our Sth Floor Restaurant
IN NEW YORK'S SHOPPING CENTER
Fur Storage. Repairing and Altering
INSURE yourself against Fire. Burglary or Fur Dsstroviag
Vermin liy placing your Kurs in our rare.
Repairing by expert Furrieta at special Summer lew
prleee. Estimates cbeerfall subatitted. Phone Chelsea tlOO ar
ilrop u a I'ottsl and we will rail for your Far snd give yen oar
receipt for same
Friday's Big Extra-Value Features
TO-MORROW'S REMARKABLE Bargain List Involves nothing but seasonable. afe1qualltymerchRndlse.JMany
exceedingly advantageous purchases have been provided; besides special reductions have" been Instituted lnotherde
la Nsw Terk' Hheastaa
Now is the time to buy Corset
a Nemo, of courae- -before
the new hot
weather gown are
fitted. The model
illustrated i an ex
rellent light weight
corset, made espe
cially for us of light,
weight coutil. Me l
dium low bust.
medium lone over
wide front steel.
Same value aa the
corset, only with
out the relief straps.
tleer. On Bale To- Morrow.
Our Eye Doctor will examine
your ryes and prescribe glasses
for all defect uf vision. No charge
for the examination.
Special for Friday nnd Satur
day, Gold Filled Skeleton Eye
glasses for sewing and reading,
special st 98c.
garOplrl Deot.. Mala floor.
IIS.OOO rail, of Hnrlnc Paper for
pnrlor, hall and bedroom. In var
nish void, two - toned reds, irreena
and tuna, t&peatrlea, r-,u 101 ,r
larly up to 2bc. Halt prToe ' "c
A new aid rompfrte Mtirtment of
paper f r any m m In the house.
Id with perfot tlv matched bar
1frs; ' i 'it up to tOe per A
roil, at. wrim
tVl "urth HMr. On Hale I o-. Morrow .
Mail and 'Plmne Order Filled.
3,000 LEAN SUGAR
houssv Cut from young ttmirni
biata Worth 'jnc lb
apta-lal. lb ,
Trie All our M)c varieties
i enj id
MACARONI mrm 9 i
BROKEN HEAD RICE rV
HEINZ'S BAKED BEANS
Hlaln or tomato ssuce: lurar i in.
tar; miidium ran. Ke; ainall jf,
A CAR OF ROYAL
cTitinr ri mm rreau rrom
OIUrUl ruuui the
1. til M.si; l-s
l.srse: a rlni.
flood burner 1.
U4 ,mt" 49c
With a grocery pun haae, 10 g,f
prunes j;r,;r, Kt' kr
HASH I.'.. I I "
ruiAiuu fv,nnl yt
Wines and Liquors
nrexisixrsj Hnuerlw I'lui,
TTrllOrkC,! uml smooth,
sal. St.! full ut
ArVTlll Manliattaii and
LUt MAIL Martini: very 7s
bust: bottls I Ol
P0R. & SHERRY WINE
(Mil and fruit) ; ng. tl.su. j Qg
rnAtlir Kirhelleu freres: 4-
WUitnt star: Import etl.fi
partments to insure 25 to 40 savings in every instance
Friday Extra Value
White Doeskin Gloves, 89c
Women's and Children's Wanhahle White
Doeskin Gloves), prii nenm sewn; one-clasp;
tr Mala fleer.
Friday Extra Value
$1.50 Corsets at $1.19
Thomson'.. Glove-Fitting Corsets, made
of strong Batiste, medium bust, extremely
long over hips and back; well boned and
neatly trimmed. Strong bote supporters
attached; sizes 18 to 86.
f- -- ITeet.
Friday Extra Value
$2 Batiste Blouses, $1.48
Handsome new models, fine white batiste,
trimmed with fine laces and Swiss embroid
ery; all sices from S. to 40 inches.
1 Friday Extra Value
$2 House Dresses, $1.45
A smart up-to-date model, suitable for
street wear. The, material is Linenc; in Blue,
Tan and Lavender, smartly trimmed with a
panel down front; collar and cuffs of Black
and White Striped Batiste.
Friday Extra Value "
$1 Crepe Night Gowns, 75c
Gown of Windsor Crepe, in all white and
huirline stripes in pink ami blue; such values
were never offered before in these dainty
crepe garments. Mnde in slipover models,
the stripes are edged with Cluny lace and
ribbon run; white is finished with button
hole embroidered edge.
" SeeeaS a1-1
Only 150, to Go on Sale $1 Cft
To-Morrow, Special, at O.OU
Former price of that
Suit worm $24.75 and
Prompt action will mean econ
omy for the woman now in
search of a smart new Spring
Suit. Every garment included
in the wide and varied assort
ment that will go on sale to-mor
row morning at 8.80 is a distinc
tive model of this season. Cor
rectly tailored, as is characteris
tic of all Simpson Crawford
work, and showing good crafts
manship in the finish of small
but important details.
Every model authoritative and
smart. Materials include dur
abie shepherd checks, serges,
two-tones, whipcords and new
mist urea. All are lined with
peau de cyg ne. Fonncriy
priced at 8-4.73 and 8-8.75. To
Oa-feed Co., Third W
or. Oa Sal. Ta-at.sr.e.
Friday Extra Value 1
$1 Muslin Bed Sheets, 69c
Made of best full bleached sheetings, 81x90
Friday Extra Value
$2.75 Tea Cloths, $1.75
Beautiful hand drawn tea cloths, many of
them with hud embroidery, choice of 46x4
and A4xA4 inches.
Friday Extra Valua
$3.50 Table Cloths, $2.39
txM ysrds. An odd lot of about 178
cloths priced to clear them ont quickly.
Friday Extra Value
25c Huck Towels, 16c
Extra large sits, 80x40 inches, hemmed.
Friday Extra Valua
$1.50 English Long Cloth) 95c
10yard piece. Soft finish, yard wide, a
fin fabric for ladies' and children's under-
Friday Extra Value
Women's Hosiery, 22c
Women's Silk lisle Stockings; black or
tan: extra double gsrter top; reinforced
soles, heels and toes; 6 pairs for $1.20.
Friday Extra Value
$6.98 Emb'd Robes, $2.98
lieautifiil Voile Robes of the latest styles;
some Bulgarian embroidered, some embroid
ered in fashionable ecru; others in all White.
Robes entirely different to any usually sold
at 8- 08.
Charming Trimmed Hats
Special Creations by Our Own Artists
Street and Dress
Stylee, values $7 QC
to $12.50 . . . f
An absolutely fresh and new collection of
Hats direct from our own work rooms.
Every one especiully prepared for this
sale antl showing the latest and
most fetching fashion touches.
Flower, wing or ribbon trimmed.
No two Hats alike. Early shop
ping is advisable. Values up to
l.n; for this sale
Friday Extra Value
$2 English Nainsook, $1.38
18 yards to a piece. Fine English nain
sook, smooth finish, specially adapted for
Friday Extra Value
35c Peroxide Hydrogen, 18c
Full strength U. S. P. quality; full quart
bottle (2 pounds).
rr Mala Wee
I ML ' jmmaum
mr Di tTW
"Friday Extra Value-
$1.00 Comfortables at 68c
Good sire sillcoline comfortables, covered
both sides with silkoline and filled with
white cotton; limit 4. None C O. D.
only at. .
Tailored Suit Hats Latest
smart models in the adjoin
ing show room. Marvellous
variety and tempting prices at
$3.98, $4.98 &
tnMrfer Ce.. SeeeaS Kleer. On SaU to-M.rrow.
Friday Extra Valuer,
58c Table Damask; 42c yd.
Two yards wide, snow white table dan
aak. highly mercerised, new handson
patterns, wears and launders better
the cheaper grades of all-linen damask.
'Friday Extra Valua
$4 Hair Switches, $1.49
Made of fine selected wavy hair.
of them measure 84 inches. Value $8.00,
.'.00 and $4.00.
-Friday Extra Valuf
15c Pillow Cases, 9J4c
A good, durable pillow -n-c, 43xS0
inches; made of soft finish bleached muslins,
! tT Mala Hoar
To-Morrow's April Furniture Sale Features
$30.00 Braaa Bed at
$15.00 SoUcl Oak n QP
Dining Tables, f eFl
-Friday Extra Value-
45c Muslin Sheets, 30c
?x00 inches; a strong, well made sheet,
with centre seam.
LV Mala HUt
A Sample Line ot
$10 at . .
810 value but
I Iii-iii art -so it
tn shnri ejirlv
Br There are smart navv series.
f tiaptier lit'Ie brown or blatrk
ami wliite chocks, silk punier
...... ..I -kJt. U 1.1
, iuiiuiai 1 1 . t r , t Hi ll ll It ,l
tin w x f!l IV I
i not all are
about 50 of
' T r S
(iiutuial shads)) ca'h
"trimmed (liricreutlv with silk
braid, baadsjiUC buttons, etc.;
ties too yours, ule
T Seresd lloer. ,
This is a new design; has
two inch rosts and five s-in h
fillers; full husks, with panel
top; new design; made in all
sizes, in bright or satin finish.
er, made of solid
Koldeu oak; has
two large draw
lira we", (iootl
size French plate
1 his table must be seen to
be fully appreciated Made
of solid oak; heavy pedestal
and cluw feet; 4-inch top
and U-foot extension.
Spanish Leal It
er lurk is Ii
( hitfiinirr in
-. Drrssrrs k
I hilfnnier at
est) llras KriU
S 100 Hrust
$9.00 Braaa Bungalow Bad
We have just 100 of these beds
ami at this price they are a re
markable value. They were pur
chased special for the April sale
at a price concession, y we are
able to sell them st this ridicu
lously low price.
Serviceable, removable, spring
cushions. Sis feet two inches
long ami two feet seven inches
wide. I'pnolstered in imitation
brown Spanish leather.
This is one of the
leaders and will not
last very long at this
price. It is uphol
stered in Genuine
made exactly like
picture; while thev
rsg. si. 011; uome.. . .
VT rVth Kleor. Oa Sal Te-Mwrow.
SIXTH AVENUE, 1STH
TO 20TH STREET