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DEAN OF THEATRICAL
MANAGERS WEDS AND
TRIES TO KEEP SECRET
Florence Quayle, Young Act
ress, Is Bride of Veteran
Effort at utter failed, end It to
euu known to-day up and dowa She
Malto and area as far M Chicago that
WUIIan Harris, dsns of thaatrloal man-
agars and tiro reare ago toaatad aa "tha
moat popular man In the profession."
waa married to Miss noranoa Quart, a
Mr. Harrla admitted at Ma horn la
Flushing that fee bad been marrlad to
Mm Quay la, but fa waa Tory anxious
to arold puMletty. Ho waa understood
to aay tho eoromony waa parformod two
years aco la Now Jorsoy, but Broad
war wadaratanda ttia marriage waa only
thro waaha ago.
Mr. Barrla la father of Hoary B. Har
ris, who loat his Ufa oa tho Titanic. Ho
totaa hla fortuna whll a momtor of th
producing- Arm of Rtoh Harrla. who
had minstrels and successes oa tho
oomdy, dramatic and fight opara stage
Ho ha not boon aa prominent la th
aowa aa eereral other managers, bat he
la tha allant man behind many large
Tenturea and Baa had money la aom of
tha mott notable successes.
Ha tad plaaad hla aon, Henry B. Har
rla, la control of hla tatareata and had
praotloally retired from actire manage
aaant af affairs, but when his aon waa
tost aa tha Tltanle be stain took ap tho
work aad la tha practical manager of
the Arm bearing hla name. Ha comes In
from Flushing almost ovary day, aad aa
ta th old days Is a familiar figure In
NEW JUSTICES AT WORK.
toaanratalatorr Speeeke Omitted
by Reejaeet af Wooks aad
The two new Supreme Court luetic.,
Kugene A Phllbln and Bartow 8.
Weeks, appointed by Gov. Sulrer to All
vacancies caused by the resignation of
Justice Edward E. McCall and the
death of Justloe Henry Blsehoff. took
their seats In tha old Court House to
day. The cuitomary congratulatory
speeches by members of the bar were
emitted by request of both Justice.
Justice Weeks began the call of hla
'calender In Trial Term, Part VII.. Im
mediately, and began hearing tha Arst
case. A;iprnaches to the bench were
lined with lluwers. In the Jury boa sat
ine family of Justice Week,
tttmbarg of th- Arm of Phllbln, Beek-
n:eo. M-tken, Grlecom dt Bogue. of
which Jiial.ce Phllbln was the senior
net the now Justice In his chambers
i9 Chambers bsfore court convened
William C. Clark made a brief speech,
preat.-nt.ng a gavel to Justice Phllbln.
The Flanker's Baey Day.
iFtob the OeitiifT (VetMia Mail.)
To Illustrate some point In one of hu
'addresses at Haverfordwest Dr. Ballard
tha other night said: "Une day the
bathroom pipes of my house In Inlnn
went wrung, and a plumber was sent
far to put them right Now T know ex
actly bow long the work wouiu take. A
quarter of an hour would have been
ample. Wall, we left him there and
forgot all about him, till an hour after
it dawned upon us; when my wife went
quietly up to th bathroom and sur
prised our plumbing friend, who was ly
ing out ftill length la tha bath gmok-lagf
and Colonials. 2.95
The prettiest style of the season
and equal to any $5 trades outside
. r--i I-1- :n . .. I
VJMtce or voioruaia. aa uiusiraica,
in gray, brown, white and black
suede, black or tan calfskin and
natrnt leather with hand-turned
f soles; also tan or black calfskin
and patent leather pumps with
welted tolet. All sizes.
Sample Low Shoes
in all pretty styles. $3 to $5 grades
on sale tables at
95c and 1.95
6th A vena at 81st Street
All lest or to
erased la The World WIU
The World's Infe
k Bawl World's
Paeswa Offtea. Berth wee car
par Satk t. aad Bread way i
Wertd's Warlsss Office. UP
West lBBtk , and Werld'e
TBI ITIMIirO WORLD, MONDAY, APBIL It, Wl,
cctti 1- f. aO mi n rTi
mjjuvi yuuwy o uruuiu iu tie JUJ kDiui V
GOOD REASONS WHY THESE SALES FOR EXAMPLE
Men's (Perfect) 3 and $3-50
W. L Douglas High and Low Shoes
On Sale Here, Tomorrow, at
vxs SWv (..AO sj a ovs
r w em a. it r.'ssww m wj ss was awa -waBsassr- far m awns l BBS.
L M f It. V 1 y i A X j
SIS 2t , L0?!l? of this world-famous make of high-class shoes. All sizes, widths, styles and leathers (Including
iJ DC EAAv 1 . HtHh AKK 3.874 FAIRS OF "W I. 11(1111.1 AS" SHOPS IN THIS SAI F ANr THF Wl
it tans) In the collection
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WGLAS" REPRODUCED IN THIS ADVFRTISFMFNT IS IMPRINTF.n ON FVFRY PAIR
Included in this lot are this season's newest snd handsomest button and Isce models, and though there isn't every size and width in each style, you will
rind your size in a style to please you in the great assortments.
Underatand clearly, please, this is all perfect footwear. There's not a pair of "seconds" or "factory rejects."
The attendsnce will surely be large tomorrow. So, for your convenience, these shoes will be displayed for quick and easy selection, on special tsbles.
Extra salespeople in attendance. PLEASE COME EARLY.
(Seeead Fleer. MAIN Balldlag.)
Because of Today's inWitfrMfr
Continued Tomorrow Tuidau . Sunaf raper$ WIU be
WOMBN-S S32.S0 Is teg SUITS; fOO RATIIMED
cnoice or wa styles; n i "I i inf.ry
MAY SALE OF GROCERIES CrsrlMt Feetl-
vsl snd Purs Feed Eapeeltlas of the yeer
WOMEN'S "KAYSER'S" SILK CLOVES
WOMEN'S FINE SILK HOSIERY
SILKS. DRESS GOODS, WASH FABRICS,
I LINENS AND DOMESTICS
FURNITURE Is .olid etshotssr. soHd oak 'REFRIGERATORS, SCREENS. SCREEN
FOOTMOULD SHOES RE-
ndVcrni, MirCn at less thsfl OlSktr's cost.
ROYAL WILTON RUGS
CEILING DOME LIGHTS
DOORS, GARDEN IMPLEMENTS, ETC
Amszini volute in ill of tho obovo ooleo,
which ore continued tomorrow.
Linens and Muslins
8c to 10c
Doylies each. OC
7c Bleached Absorbent
7 c and 8c Bleached and
Brown Mnalln Man
ufacturers' short pr
lengths; yard . . . OC
lae to 19c Hammed
Hack Towels man.
ufacturers' sam- q
pies; each 7C
Scarfs, Shama and
Values to t Q
:9c: each . lOO
39c M h In-1 inu'ted I' Me
elaaarri aa 1Q
(Mils Floor, MAIN Building)
Odd Lot and Remnant at Clearance Price; Tomorrow
Odd" O Ue Hemmed Bleached
Muslin Pillow Q
Caaee each... 7C
15c to 25c Plain and
Fancy White -a nl
Goods. yard law2C
64 Inches e)Q
wide; yard tUC
79c All Pure Linen
70 in. wide; PQ
$1.50 Hematltched Em.
broidered Shama and
' MAM BUILDING '
Amazing Bargains, Tomorrow, In This Sale Of
Notions. Dressmakers' Supplies,
Hair Goods. Etc.
Limited Quantities, Therefore Please Come Early
Hundreds of other specials in this sale besides those
SPECIAL GARMENT SHIELD-oraromMs
nd well mads; choke or sliss 2, 1 Up
I and 4; pair X9X' !
NAINSOOK COVERED SHIRT WAIST I
SHIELDS waihaNa and odorless; '?aC
apoolsl, 4 pairs for
SILK-COVERED DRESS SHIELDS
choice of 3 alios; pair
WHITE TWILL TAPE 1 ftp
24-v.rJ roll. Ac Iliac.! for V
WHITE BIAS TAPE obolco of varloua
WASH TRIMMINGS bands or dainty f ftp I
edgta; belt of S yarda xuv
WHITE RICK RACK BRAIDS
belt, 10c; piece
WASH BELTINGS belt lanjiha.
25: RUBBERIZED SANITARY 1S
ipsnus ...k Iuv
BROOKS' SOFT FINISH MA
CHINE COTTON apaclai, doi.
WARREN'S WAVY WIRP STAYS-whlta
or black; rustproof; seen, lc;
HATOL, FOR DYEING STRAW HATS
sunproof and waitrproof; largo sua
bonis; sH ataplo abadca; fC
HOOK AND EYE TAPE
rustproof; special, yard.. .
10c WASHABLE DUSTING CAPS-tach
'O. N. XT' DARNING COTTON
O spools for
ALL BRASS HOOKS AND BYES with
otrslght or combinalloa ayse; 1 Sr
card, 3c; gross
15c ADJUST ABLB SLIPPER TRBES C
MOHAIR TUBULAR SHOE LACES-
bsat Quality ; choice of 3 leagthai u
SCHLOSS SILK COVERED FBATHER
BONING for wsisu or gir- CIP
dies; yard, 6c; boa, doles yards, vvx.
DRESS WEIGHT TAPE
black or white; yard
25c LACE-TRIMMED SHIRT
OCEAN OR FRESH WATER PEARL
BUTTONS (aeconas) ; wonderful val
ues at 5c and 10c a 4oion; this R
aala, 1 doiaa fer u"-1
Ma ROLL OF SANITARY PAPER 1 SI
NAPKINS apodal, roM -L'-
I OMEN S PAD HOSE SUPPORTERS
lisla alaatlc straps; 19.
epaclal, pelr Om
OCEAN PEARL BUTTONS -alios up to
24 una; aplandld values, "
PARIS GARTERS for men; food 1 Af.
Hale elastic; 25c value; pair. .
"SEW-ON" HOSE SUPPORTERS- K.
suspender wabbini; apacial. pair.
SHOE PASTE all
10c boxss; special, each
la I, etc.;
MACHINE NEEDLES stsndsrd
makes; 3 pspara for
CANVAS COAT FOUNDATIONS well
made; guaranteed to fit any atyle
coat; 69c and 79c values ; Kftn
I dor en to s boa; 2Sc vslus..
50c RUBBERIZED SANITARY
APRONS -epecial, each
MILWARD'S SEWING NEEDLF.S
sharps or milliners; 3 pspara fer
NICKELLED SAFETY PINS
choice of 3 eiios; dotsn papers.. .
400 COUNT PIN SHEETS
specie., 3 papers fer
DRESSMAKERS' ENGLISH PINS
lb. boaoe; 25c value; box
300 COUNT PIN CUBES black, while
or aaoorted colors; Jlc cube. ......
PURE SILK ELASTIC GARTER
LENGTHS Vysrd strips; fer
KINDERGARTEN BEADS FOR
CHILDREN .pec el, bos
COAT HANGERS wood and wirs;
special, 3 for
FOLDING NICKEL-PLATED COAT
HAV.r.KS ii.t, 8c; 2 for
WOODEN STOCKING STRETCHERS 1 f-
for children; pslr 1 C
.V ASHESTOS IRON HOI.DERS-
10c "3 IN I" MACHINE OIL
bolt i e
MACHINE SILK 100-yard spool, 3c
SHOE POLISHING OUTFIT
for ohliaran; specie!, sat
(Main Floor, MAIN Building.)
Brass Bedsteads, Mattresses
Couch Beds, Cots and Springs
Very Much Under Price, Tomorrow!
The brass bedsteads originated in the factory of that excellent firm. The Simmons
manufacturing Co. That tells a quality-story which needs no elaboration.
$30 Massive Throf -Inch-Post Brass
Bedstead satin finish; heavy fill
ing rods; 4 feel 6 inches and 4 feet
sizes; quantity limited tt)) FA
at tomorrow's price of. eWafi.OU
$32 Two.Inch.Poat Brass Bedstead
in Pnlet finish; lH-inchfilllnrods;
heavy mounts on each filler; can
be had In 4 feet and 4 feet 6
iies; quantity limiied;
$50 Fleganl, Maaalve Three-lnch-Poat
Hraaa Bedstead extra heavy
mounts; massive filling rods;
sgtin finish; in 4 feet and 4
teat 6 sues; quantity
$20 Two-Ineh-Poat Br aae Bedstead
with IH-lach top rod and 1-Inch
$1$ "Monarch" Coach Beds- with
fall mattress; operated by a hand
lever at either and; measures 4
feet wide whan open ; very simple
to operate; has 10-year guar
anteed Rdmelink spring; Vine
$1.50 Excelsior Soft-Top f s) ffi
Mat treaaes -full slie . . eftsOU
$2.50 Excelsior Soft-Top $t 7F
M a t treaaea-3-f t. site. . . 1.4 O
$8 Felt Mattresses--full aiie; g
$7 Combination Mattresses $ a
full size; at 4
Smaller sizes at proportionate
(CRFENHUT Building. Third Fleer.)
$1.60 Wooden Cola with $ f
woven wire spring; at. . . 1.1.J
$2.60 Bronsed Iron ( ota
$3.60 Bronaed Iron ota
5. . . $2.45 $5.50.. . .$4.00
3.25 2.H6 6.00 6.25
3.8$ S.4S 7.00 5.10
4.29 S.7S 7.50..
4.75 4.1S I
68.60 Enalander" Vsll-Edge
with its uprtgnt extension on
either aide, together with the head
and fool boards, keeps tha mattreee
immovably confined within the
space It should properly $f rjf
occupy; tomorrow, at. . O.I 3
$9.50 Roll Edge Fell Mat
$15 (areenhat Guaranteed
Edge Pelt Mattresses $ JQJJQ
$21 South American Hair $
$26 Gray Drawing Mattresses $jg
Summer Floor Coverings
Reductions from our regular low price? on durable fiber rugs and martinga.
JAPANESE STRAW MATTING complsts
sssortmsnt of choice colorings In hand
aome dealgna; 40 yard rolls; regularly
? V4 . 7.75 - 11.50
CHINA STRAW MATTING e vary prattf
aelection el ksndsoma checks and attract
Iva atripee in newest co.oringa; 40-yard
&l1nffl " 9.75
FIBER MATTINGS Jg Ischas wide; Is new
snd attractive dsslgna; a Isrge eeleoiise
of choice color offsets, AO. to saQ.
reg. 25c to 3Sc; yard... -C CSC
GRASS MATTING RUGS nn.
ens ISsJo ischaa; si saesl.
(CREENHUT Bslldlng, First Plser.
V'OOL AND FIBER RUGS-bssutlful da
signs in s largo variety ol color csmhins
tlons; aiis 9sl2 ft. I rag. IS.M; y gQ
Slia' 7i lO.ii"; i Sits t9 fi.
3fSj '6.50 1 a!. '4 75
JAPANESPl GRASS MATTING RUGS
most sttrselivs dsoigss and colorings is
serviceable wssv.t; J0a60 Ins.; OKas
reg. 4125; st
372 Ins.; I gall ft.;
r;;'-7s: 05 7.75
JAPANESE STRAW MATTING RUGS Q
-elta ...Stt Inchse; st C
Sits 27sM inches, el 88s
& Couch Covers
Bonnax and Scrim Curtain
all new, fresh curtains; in
white and Arabe color;
value $1.75; AO
Tapestry Couch Covers in
new designs, and a variety
of colors; value $2.75; only
ISO, tomorrow; $ J QQ
(GREENHUT Building, First Fleer.)
ihese Are Very JT fkr
SPecialFrice.n Lawn Mowers
The "Feature Sale in Our Greenhut Building Tomorrow:
"Manhattan' Lawn Mowers reliable machine in every detail; war
ranted to give good service; haa three crucible steel cylinder
nniw3i o-iii4.il uiiviiitj, wucvi.
12-inch blade; regularly $2.75 ) Yn, .m
14-inch blsde ; regularly $3.00 tour c'.
16-inch blade; reuulsrly $3.25 ) Tmorrow. at
Ull.-L.li.-ll f ) ii as s w .
maniiaiian gssu'Dearing ijiwn mowers one ol the best mowers
ever offered at the price. Runs as easily as a watch; clean cutting
BallSJ SIWI)a in UlUvl ,
12-inch blade; regularly $3.20 i v ... .
14-inch blade; regularly $3.40 ,OMr Cnolc:
16-inch blade , regularly $3.50 J Tomorrow, at
mannaitan' High-v, heel KalLBearing Uwn Mower one of the beat
mowers ever offered ; has patent cone adjustment : self-shsroen-
ing; particularly adapted for large lawns where the grass $ A as
grows thick and high; 12-inch blade
14-inch blade, $4.85
16-inch blsde, $5.25
18-inch blade, $5.75
20-inch blade, $6.00
.7l i.ill-t over RelHgeratora 41 inencs
nign; wntte enamel-lined provision
chamber; ice capacity about o r A
ss ibs, at rr. 0.5U
$13 l.ilt-tover Refrigeratora-with white
enamel-lined provision ctismbcr; 43
mines nii;n; ice capacity
DOUI SU IDS
$18 Side-lcer Refrigerators with white at
$11.50 Apartment House Refrigerators
50 inches high; ice capacity A
sbout 60 lbs.; al 1U
$12.75 Apartment House Kefrigeralora
52 inches high; ice capacity a a ct
shout 70 lbs.; al 11 -Zt)
1A K A 6 r' , ifl r' er-ltel 'rlgeratnra 3U inches
high; ice capacity about 40 Ibs;
enamel lined provision chamber: 42
inches high; ice capacity about SI f
70 Ibs; at lO
(GREENHUT Buildiag, Mais Floor.)
ber; ice capacity about 100 Ibs; at iO
$22 Hlde-lrer Refrlgeratore 46
SOMEN'S 110 SERGE UR ESSES $395
BOYS' SUITS AND REEFERS- BO iK
i st 8195 and
FINEST REED "PULLMAN" 111:7c
BABY CARRIAGES st lO.tO
HUNDREDS OF PIECES OF IMPORTED
CHINA AT jaj PRICE AND LESS.
A City in Itself
el cooper o.
J. B.GREEN HUT, Pr.
16 to !9Str$jU
rurcnm mm during th
remainder or thl month will
rewarded aa it
Maw, and bill wilt
dered on June let.
tasaal 'ssfaswa J V to
Bsjtding. (Mr 148 eees-
ear save Seek.
For Tomorrow Tuesday) Only
law wwte Eavgllah Lame Cham- -manufactursrs' lenrha of from $ t II
raws; . incnea wiae, suparror quality; Ilnlstved by the Waa
aatta milU; yard
(Mela Fleer, MAIN Be (Ml eg.)
SSe MaaVaa 11 and 36 Inches wide; beautiful satin stripe aad figured
cheleaat patrerns. yard .
IMata Feser. MAIN aVaftdJaa.)
Ita la Ma Knitted Cetnbiaatlea SaJtw-for woman; Isce-trimmed j aa
all sitae; summer weights; at asgefc
(Mel. Fleer. MAIN B.rvdleg )
Me ta $1.25 Beaady-te-Wear Hal for woman; hand-made, la a'AP
variety of ahapee; at 4QC
t First Fleer, MAIN Bsilefag.)
$XM Crwg Grass MatUng Rags site 4 6x7 6 ; plain cenfers, wtrh
striped borders aad fringed eada; at
(GREENHUT BuNdlsg. First Fteee .1
(It. Mag, TssesSsae ee c. O. D. Orsters IMm gas A here Eatra Ssealsie.
Qeasriilss U sal leg.)
Sale of 2,000
This, gentlemen, is the big
gest annual sale of its kind in
our Men's Clothing Store.
This is the event that
is planned a half-year
tant of all,
are made of
is of a kind that
Bring back any
that does not give entire
satisfaction for we're
not satisfied unless you
A new suit or your money
Another most important fea
ture of this sale is the complete
range of sizes in all models for
men and youths. We can fit
everybody from the thin, small
fellow to the larger, fat man.
And we particularly invite those
who think they are hard to fit.
In addition to all regular sizes
we have in this sale slim sizes
up to 44. Stout sizes up to 54.
P lain or Cuff-Bottom
Take our word for it, this is
the greatest sale of blue serge
suits planned in years. Miss
this opportunity and you miss
THE opportunity of the year.
Extra display space. Extra
Make up your mind if you
intend to share in this sale
PLEASE COME EARLY.
iSoconJ Fleer. MAIN BaiMuig.
a fssw m s
oiiWe sjMf Green Trading Stamps With Purchases Before
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