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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, MAT I, 1918.
HOUSE ENDS TALK;
TO PASS TARIFF
Political History Has an Lve-nt-
ful Day Beneath Dome
THREE BIG FEATURES.
Wilson Cuts the Colleaorship
Knot and Senate Sends Him
Measure Taft Vetoed.
Ba Samuel M. William.
M OwtMpndMt Of The ITMIII
WUSH2NOTON. May I -The HkM
f yalltlcal lilslury converged Into dr-
action under lha dome gf DM
oapltol lato last nlgbt. At In IB
rltlth Parliament. ITlMM tl ' "f
etobete la turned Into night of sMSeS
ac tha Conrmi of the I'nlleJ rltatea
aat lata to anart Into law of tha land
tha tillage that Ion have been pend
la under tha llglit of oontroveray and
fk, Lower Houae finished at II o'clock
Ita full month of coiialderallon of the
Tariff bill that : deelgned to change
radjoary the financial policy of IBS
Ooernmenl. Only the formality of a
vote, that la a foregone conclusion,
bald over until to-night. Than tba
by an overwhelming majority
win vote the paaeage of the Under
wood bill. In almoit exactly the aame
farts, mmt with the aame radical reduc
tlaaa of Tariff dutlee. ae were written
In tha original draft. The change! that
have been made are alight and teghnT-
The Democratic party baa can led
at Ita election platform pladgaa ao fr
aa tha popular branch of tba National
laghdature can do It. There remain
ow the action of the Senate, wherein
another full month at least will ba gives
to glow and dignified conalderatlon.
la tha Upper Houae there baa been
mora than mora debate over Tariff
IMS of tha peat. Scheming, trading,
geaatlac and aecret dealt have had
pportunltloa In the senate, ana
many a popular demand for Tariff PS"
vision bag bags ttiaruitai In eeisi
n I ggJCrega almeeehsra of lha nppr
rbntnboi Predlctlejh ,md gut latl al
lha iiitiu.tte fata "i ihi presatu
tare SM)'i hut the I idl at'oi t point IS
!ltt final "meet met' ' Into lmv lth
I relallrgtl fen i-hanges.
BIO CROWD GATHERS, EXPECT
INO FINAL VOTE.
1 T ii I :. II fOOl Ml : the Noll at aaa
I resign fltal Intarsai Naartj rv
I grj gtoaaksi sai In hit seat Tne gal
llgrlaa .11 affsa of visiters drawn by
the esilclpatlen of eltnesBlag me dm
I MM I moments of gllaajgi hl h. Id
I their dlsgpaointBiatii siJ aoi gulta
laaMa lie ful; davaldejltiertl Tin- Moo
tfeoug nagged by wagha of aa
..t mm A .lull..,.. uilufil rfiltv.
: " ..
hal t.iemeelv 'or Iho lanue.
UngaWwatafi i ig i '"in " rslia Bbamplon,
I n baarai in rol e ami woiry in BtbIBi
I init stood ai His i with the krl at"
I n : wtioa of pare win pa war On lbs
' Mas i . loan iMs Pay no, tba feSpuMI 'an
I tatlff-insket of the nrevloua CoiiKrctt.
lives n Ing hie tlrgaft, for he It get-
llagj sdva1 l In rait
Mi .1. lha mlnorltv floor Irnjer.
aeemeil never to tire, and at ti e very
rlnei' mele point that served merely
to put off for a dey the Inevitable. He
demnlel that the full test of the bill.
jwllh He many thousafula of words, aa
r. . i 1. down to tha laat comma, be
roil tiefore the flntl vote wan taken.
That ia gg Impossibility, for the mo
ment, hecaiite the clerrS of the llnuee
had not bags able g get It engrossed
In .iirtcltl form. Ho the House wan
forced to adjourn until 3 o'clock this
afternoon to await II" complotlon.
SENATE PASSES "PROVISO" VI
TOIO IV TAFT.
While tbaaja proceadtnga wara going
on lh one wing of the Capitol, there
waa lss spectaciiler but daoply Impor
tant work going on In the other wing,
where thr Senate waa paaalng tha
Sundry Civil Appropriation bill. Ordi
narily such a bill is a routine function
to provide for payment of aalarlas and
expense for officers of the Govern
ment Hut thla particular bill baa a
provlao that fllle soma statesmen with
T'rovleoe have bean noted In Ameri
can legislation. Kvery history tails the
story of the Wllmot proviso, which pro
voked one of the great parliamentary
atrugglaa over tba alavary question.
This modern provlao haa baea given no
distinct name, for no legislator clalma
It for hla own. It says In affect that
no part of tha porlfle appropriation
mads for tha Department of Justice
; shall ba apant In proeecuttng labor or
I ganlaatlona or farmers' aasoclatlons
for violations of tha Sherman Antl-
Worklngmen and farmers may combine
and conaplre to obtain higher wages and
higher price, but corporations and cap
I Italian may not do ao. A year ago
l Prealdent Taft vetoed a almllar bill with
' a strong mess age of denunciation. But
last n'fnl lb" RaSBta mraln mproved the
FIOVMM hy I raft SI to tl Tin Moose
pi.scd It some teys ngo hy a larg"
mi.lor iv Now II gsjel to Pi ggUMll Wli-
goBj. wini has Inilmatad .ipprovti Is
silvan Tlir ot- in tbr Heii.-io
sines! itrietl) i parts one, ;iii Itepsby.
cant sa k .or itgi ill ,mi and all
Demoi -sl i x 'i , 1 1 .14 two Pome.n of
Ohio ,ini Thomas of i.tolaradOi favor
Ing It. i
"BRINGS LAW INTO CONTEMPT."
a rgajsatbaMa bibs1i living i.e
granting ffaa mad b SvndtSf Rooi o
"Il'in ah il' te!' the ouriiry," he
sakL "I'ist soiia cas vheiata the law
ait' iNtniagiijr, aMbj atbafg an. pwh
hid" T . la lt)i lanllg fSI Mrsal i on
due!, lajsotinliy for thr iitiisiHlaskig of a;
crime. Thi iciil Kiwrr for enforcement i
of law I Ti.it foe 't irne SSNgfSli nor I
iii- il bjtegltorBwjia, DOT lh gitalin.
ii la I he i- .wet -if po.ii' opinion, I can;
coi ccle gcj ino.e fatal bloa i.i the Sbav
man act I hag h grovlao thai "K.-mpte;
more then at)gbSl the pcopls of t'loj
aggntry from reapaeialblllly ta it Vou
asjisayi K"t obadlaajgg to a ksw nmt bj
unequal Tog cannot lurlei to con
vict umler a law that flggg hot apply to
all. Th will hrliig ihe law Into con
tempt, nut this lew alone, hut all law."
Thnr.. wa still . third event umler
tin: re,ptUil dome durlnK this prolonged
day. an event perhaps no! of iiji h -n-ej
Impjrtunco but still frauii it with ah-
Siiri1n Intereot t.i New York. President
Wilson, tuddiiily leaving the White
Mouse Rita In tin gfl IlliSSfli wen- o tbl
capital aiwj lamnvonad seventeen Heni-
tori in confarafiag, una after anotiie-,
10 SStfkl niiiiolnlineti: to offl aSi If !ba
I'reatilawl had not already set the prei e
il. ill. hie rl8tl ffOIlM hSVI created irti-
ggBbl LoniitMni, inn ihssa naataal (bort
ill Siathodl S deTSOl ileallng with lel
lalors xi kaminllkj rrrsldantlal
WILSON CUTS KNOT AND NAMES
Tha i tost noted nsae in "'ttied 't , .
ills vilt to the nggrito .Mil the Hppoini
nieni of J ihti PsffOy MllChal as collec
tor of lha port of New York.
I'nl II IgSa nYtarwatad In New York af
fairs lilac tiff ed the PSSS in a lliousand
peMMg pliaaes until late at night. Taei:-
pacvkttkifta and sarnilosi savgrad gsry
. onceivftiili sffad upon the ttirhul nt
party pclltlca o: Hie ll'iunre Stale an-1
Oar tain If -lie Praaalent cut a g"-
ISM kin: of faotlonaj illsputa that had
got Into deep tangle over tha proposal
of Treaauty He. ret. u McVdoo to ap
point hi frlerul Kiank I Pope, to the
place, BSjd the oppoaltlon that Senator
0OorSMg made to the sugiteatlon. be
cause he and the Tammany organlaatlon
had not been consulted.
But what waa proaumaiUon In a Treas
ury Secretary eeeml vety ratlafactory
In a President who haJ not consulte.1
any of the factions until he Hpruttg this
Sfiagpaatgd selection of his own. RenA-
tor 0 (K- iiii eald Ii- was perfectly sat-
fleil ano claimed the candidate as his
own. an. I BgOfatSfy McAdoo emllcd anJ
I hud to bg aa Helled wiieiher Itg la or not.
H it lha effect Oh the New York loes'
sttnallofl and on the Msyorall') nsp.ta
1 lions gf nSbiafIMM : t.l. 1 i' - will he
new gllgll Swat I soil fragf! compLcatlona.
! BACHELORS IN VICE SCANDAL
I Mensbera of toe tairlri lab la-
Le9t ANOstt.r, Cat.( May . The
Hacheloi ' '. ih, an organlration of
i wealthy men IB an ad-luvive section of
i . . ...
the oily, ws i hi ij"te.i to a poiece tnve-
r Rat as.
It this sample pc ksge sent 1 1
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The glcl. WBd waa detained In oon
ntctlo.i wl:h the present vice Investiga
tion, .made a statoment to the police,
Involving :ne?nhe-s cf the cluh, whsoh
resulted In the Issusnc of a n-arrant
for the hit.- of one person, wnoae
Identity as not otade public.
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A ful tins of fashionable modela for
every occasion in all the la teat mate
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Dresses, Suits, Coats, Waists,
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These modela are unique in that they embody the
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yet allow for full expansion without showing the
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One-piece Dresses, Crepe de aft fg up
ChineandFoulard.ro. j up.
Summer Dresses, Swiss, Voile
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Coats, Eponge, Pongee and
Silk. Valuit$Si.0O and up
Maternity klrts. Pique, Linen
and terge. Ks $8.50 and up.
No. 2639 MATERNITY SUIT of Cotton
Eponge in any color, with expanding a
kklrt I 'lue .00 IV.75
will hold Toiworrow and Saturday, a Specially Prepared Sale of High Grade and Very Desirable
Men's Furnishings, Underwear and Hosiery
At Price Very Much Leas Than Similar Qualities have ever been quoted.
Large FWing End Scarfi,
of Imported and American Silks, in new designs.
Regular Price $1.23 to 100 Each
's Summer Shirts,
of Matins, Mercerized Materials and light weight Flannel.
Plaited and Plain Negligee with laundered cuff , ej gr
sad Soft Negligee wrth French cuff, at l.lO
Regular Price $1.75 to 2.50 Each
Men's Silk Mixed Negligee Shirts,
with French cuffs. Regular Price $3.00 ft 3.50 Each, at
Men's Pure Silk Negligee Shirts,
with turn bach cuffs. Regular Vahw $5.00 Each, at
Men's Pajamas, of Madras,
with self stripe. Regular Price $1.50 Suit, at
Men's Cambric Night Shirts,
lew cut neck, fancy trimmed, at
Men's Milanese Silk Gloves,
Otw Clasp, double finger tipped,
hi gray and tan shade.
Specially Priced at 75c
Men's Summer Underwear,
Sea Island Bslbriggsn Shirts snd Drawers. Shirts long or
half ileeves or sleeveless. Drawers in knee and regular length;
also Nainsook Shirts snd Drawer. Value 50c Each, at
French Bslbriggsn Shirts snd Drawers, Shirts with half
or long sleeves. Drawers in regular or stout sizes. Each
Imported Lisle Jhresd Shirts and
Drawers, estra quality. Value $1.10 Esch, at
I. anrt R Mnrlcu's Pnaliert. I !
Shirts and Draweri. Value $1.65 Esch. at 1 .25
Men's Half Hose.
Lisle, Summer weight, in black, white snd tan,
with serviceable soles, toes and heels. Value 35c Pair.
Silk Half Hose, in black and staple colors,
with double lisle soles and heels. Value 50c Pair,
Pure Thread Silk Half Hoae in Mark
with heavy lisle soles and heels. Value $1.00 Pair, at 59c
Twilled Silk Umbrellas.
' with natural wood, sterling silver and buck- arm
horn handles, including Folding Handles. 1 .85, 2.75
Actusl Values from $3.00 to 4.50
Also for Friday and Saturday, a Very Important Offering of the best class of
Men's. Youths' and Boys' Apparel
At the f ollowing Radically Reduced Prices:
Men's Spring and Summer Suits, at '19.50, 24.75
Of Navy Blue Serge. Soft Flannels and Cassimeres, Nest Checks. Pencil Stripes and Mixtures, lined with silk or abac.
ue 34 to 46 in resnilar and size 38 tn 4r for men nf .i,,t r...... A-.... I einm . y
' p.wpviiiuM.. nuiwi vaiuc agMgl vO SJU.UU
YataantT Men' Snrmcr Suits.
siats 16 to 20 years. Actual Values $20.00 to 25.00.
H b cf I Men's Rain Coats,
lO UU I Actual Vslues $15.00 to 27.50.
RsMea' Two Trraiaer Suits.
Patch Pocket or Bos Plaited Norfolk, of all woo
, luted won alpaca, sues B to 17 years.
Boys' Clothing, Hats and Furnishings
Boys' Blue Serge Suits.
a. a B.a a
with two pairs of knickerbockers, Patch rocket model, e, sir
sia 8 to 17 years. Actual Value $12.00, at 7.75
' Boys Washable Norfolk Suits.
.a - r fjawfa . it- sVM a s I
wsw extra trousers, or wrute uuca. i an rvnsgi and o o C
Crash, aim 8 to 17 years,
!W Washable Suits.
b Russian. Sailor or Beach Models.
gas 2 V) to 9 years.
Actual Value $5.75.
stl 15. 1.45. 1.95
gF r 1 " 0 wuti o
ot Navy Blue Serge or Mixtures, sizes ) $ to 10 year., st 5.00
boys Middy Suits,
Sailor or Middy Blouse, long Jack Tar
Trousers of White Duck, sizes 1 to 8 years.
Boys and Children's Milan Straw Hato.
Actual Values $2.75 to 4.50,
of Plain and Striped Madras, 7 to 15 yri. Value 75c. at 45i
in Beach or Bloomer Styles, slats 2 to 8 year.
Wast Twenty -third and West Twenty second Streets
Lord & Taylor
Exceptional Values in
Low & High Shoes
The smartest to the most comfortable
For Outing, Dress and General Wear
$3-95 & $4-&5
Values $5.00 to $7.00
In tan, black and patent
leather Value $5.00
$2-35 $3-00 j $3 95
Shirts to Order
at Special Prices
All Silk Shirts in neat stripes, also plain
Imported light weight flannels, silk and
wool, silk stripes and taffeta cloth, suitable
for all outdoor sports
Imported Madras Cloth in neat stripe;) 4 for
and white, satin broche and cheviots,Vf
plain negligee Value $8.30 eacM 4" O.UU
Fine All Silk Satin Stripes. . . . $.0 figf $8.50
Peau-de- Crepe Shirts $IU.OU
Crepc-de-Soie Shirts $12.00
Fine soft mercerized cloth with silk t$2.00
stripes; French cuffs I
Mutlin Nght Shirts .Qc
With colored trimmings J
Mercerized Chtb Pi-jamas I .
Plain colors. V neck models. Value S 00 T J1
J il Linen Handkerchiefs
Kmhroidered Initials, iwhwed and white . J
r $3l.f5 per dauen
Broadway k 0th Bt. 5th Ave.: 10th ftt.
Lord & Taylor
Special Sale of
fVomen 's Chiffon &
Shadow Lace Dancing
Tucked Russian blouse waist.
with white crepe-de-chine skirt .,?05f?
prettily draped Value $45.00t
Combination Shadow Lace & Crepe-de-Chtne
Two Step Dancing Dresses
With touches of silk messalinei
( ribbon bow on waist and skirt. $3350
Friday 6c Saturday
Exceptional Values Offend in
fVomen 9s W a is ts
Ungerie, Shadow Lace & Crepe-He-Cbine
Fine Shadow Lace IV aists
Over flesh chiffon, neck and front
finished with ruffle of hem-
stitched net, and black velvet fy75
Atlover Shadow Lace IV aists
Yoke model, fine pleated frill) r
forming surplice fWB
Crepe-de-Chtne & Heavy Quality
Washable Jap Silk Waists
Frill model, long sleeve, white)
A large assortment of voile, crepe and batiste
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effects, all white, and color introduced.
Si95t & S3 95
Perfumed Bath Salts
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Sarah Bernhardt, Mary Garden 8c Ideal
35c & 05c Value 50c and $1.00
Djer Kiss, Azurea, Rose, Violet & Lily
25c & 45c Value 35c nnd 65c
Tourist Cases. . 95c $1.50
Pullman Aprons.95c $1.50
Cremeleto Mc 50c
Powder 18c 85c
Silk Vanity Bags.85r 50c
rors 50r 75c
Cases $1.50 ,75
Vernes Rouge. . 18e
Ivory Grain Sets
Comb, Brush and mirror, with engraved I
monogram, suitable for presents Value $5.00 J ' . JO
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(on the premises)
Furs & Wearing Apparel 2
are absolutely safe from moths and fire.
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