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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY. MAT 8, 1913.
Roosevelt Sends Word He Will
Make Speeches for (he
A I. n A NT. Mar I The Legislature
wtO b called by Qov. Bulser to mt
la eatraordlnary aslon en Monday.
Juae If, at 1. 10 o'eleck r. M. inataaA
of Wtdneaday, Juna II. aa announced
The Oovarnnr'a wlah to secure the
immediate rapaat of tha Crawler laa.
Increasing from 4 to i par cant tha
rata of Intaraat on tuts bonds haM
lr truat companies, savings banka
and Insurance companies, caused him
to change tha date.
atr. Sulssr's friend told him If tha
Iegiltur waa rccaJlad on Wednes
day Juna II. few leglelat.ira would
omc to Albany until tha waak fol
lowing and (hat practically no busi
ness would be tranaactad during tha
opening waak. By calling tha s.ast.n
to meet on Monday tha Executive I
liopra for lull attandanca.
T,.r Oovarnor aald ha had received
lesleis from Col. Roosevelt atatlng ha1
would plan, himself at tha command of
IM OovgfRgf'g committee, which la to I
IJJWH the Statewide campaign to j
ireai sentiment In faver of the Dl-1
reel Primary bill. Tha commit lee e- j
paota to arrange a aatlaa of speaking
aHfa.-. nirnt. for CM. Roosevelt In varl-!
oui parts of tha stale
Jehu Mitchell, of Mount Vernon,
former Fissldent of tha United Mine
Werkcra of America, haa under con
MJeraiijn an offer from the Oovernor bo
liecome State Labor Commlsaloner under
a called rertaa appointment. Mr.
Mlbrhcir. nomination waa rejected 1
twice BS the Henate during the cloalng
daye of uie legislature. The Governor
hokta lie naa the right tn appoint Mr
Mil. hell to the position tor a term t
MPIre twenty d after the 0Otnlflf
of the leglalatiire In tegular gesSSssj
next January. Thr mutter win !!
turned at a conference last night be
tween the Executive and Mr. Mitchell
The Oovernor tiintenda thai any ap
polntmrnta made by Sltn niw need not
ba fubmlttrd to the Henate for con
currence at (ha coming extraordinary
BROWNS OFFER ANSWER
TO O'CONNOR'S 16,000 SUIT.
HT. IsOtfM, Mo. May l.-The HI.
Ijra.il Amerlcen luh In an answer flle'i
In the Oil .-'lit Court to day tn the gall
of Jack O'Connor, former manager 'f
the local teem, for st.oun alleged to ne
due Mm. ,i mil O'Connor of unprofra
The aiewer cUlme that O'Connor
brought haaehall Into dlarepute by fa
voring Napoleon Lejote In his content
with Ty Cobb for batting honor of the
American league In 111.
The anawer charge that in the double
header game between Cleveland Mai 8t
lunula here Oct. I. 1110. O'Connor, ga
manager of the local team. Ingtruded
Third Haaeman Cnrrldon "to play no far
iwu-k of Ml regular ordinary position
aa to allow LaUolf to make bakN til tn
that otherwlae he could not hae made. "
Thla conduct on the part of O'Connor.
It la claimed, waa in violation of the
term of hla contract. The hall club
denies that It had n contract with
O'Connor for the season of 111, .1
O'Connor Halm, and inaiau that eVan
If It had auch a contract he forfeited
It by hla conduct In the Uajole matter.
AT MARTIN FUNERAL
he IllV Hf Ml. k Ir, ,i f' ft r ., . iti If"
luniTiM-f uri'l rMMUfd tlxi.t mir trM'
m'-nt. Thf milt Mil brought by (of1M
mnilnil ti tt. M smith i !bntraotlni
trttiiin' unlfi th Kfrnloycm IMal-lllty
'. Art .
HOW IT DOES
Vote on Tariff Mill Forces Hirst j
Break of Custom in Honor
ing Mouse Members.
tVASIIISOTO. M I. -For lb" flrnt
time In the hlatory of Congress, o far
aa Capitol historian cm aay, a dead
member of Congress waa burled to-day
without the attendance of an lonorary
delegation of hla colle-llr
Many memhera of the Sew .ter.ey dele
gation wn'iled to attend th.- funeral of
llepreeentatlve I.. s J. Martin at New
ton. N but the BfOblglll paie of
the tariff bill kepi them in Washington,
Preahlent Wllaon. It I aald. told them
that Martin. If alive, would bae cuun
aalled thm 10 remain In WaoMggtoa
and vote for the Cnderwood bill.
gM "".dno fee tlff I'lngee. '
John Corleaa, a caulker, ot I'. lnn
from a lury In Juatlce Hendrlck'a part I
of the Supreme Court to-day for a atlff
Index flnxer of hla right hand. The
finger wa cruahed and broken after
i Hv t i (iirllirninc each uraaa of Inr
Ijnily l iln ila work gftjfftsfly anil lllge
liiving wul 'In iiiiiuiiti. ia. M Ike igakMg
hv I t h. -i Juhu t Mcls iiK- ii tlu i.jji
rVageaty Jvt U'.s.i imI '.' U ' ill l lit!
" ' Ml tf w a e '.i'.
.No u-- r ie.L-illi ; i , ganf
i ii y atiuiuihut I ew Wgggalii tha iiial -in iuU
IIMN you li geTlMM hihI fatal iliieae
ell pure noiiri'litnenl .
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
HW ig the ceation grmlierl to the public announcement of Caatoria that ,
-. haa bem maotifaotared under Ui aupervialon of ('haa. IT. Fletrher for
over 80 Taaro I he geouine Caatoria. Wo reepootfullr call the atfntlon
af fathera and mother whan purehaaing Caatoria to that the wrapper liearn I
hla jlgualiifd In black. When tha wrappar ia removed the earna aignature ap
pear on both aide of the bottle in red. Parent who have uard Caatoria for
their Utile onea in the past years need no warning against cotinterfeita and
Imitation, but our present duty ia to call the attention of the vounger gener- 1
ation to the giant danger of introducing into their families apurtoua medicines.
II M to be regretted that there are people who are now engaged In the
of putting up ana selling ail aorta or auDatiiutes, or wnat
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flW''11" "v, mi ir JfRi
ahouM morn properly be termed counterfeits, for medicinal preparations not
only for edulte, but worse yet, for children's medicines. It therefore devolves
on the naotker to gorutlnise oloaelr what ohe gives her child. Adults can do
that for themselves, but the child haa to rely oa f i -the
mother' watchfulness. STf -ZJ--.
Oeaaine CastorU aiwaji beam the slg nature of 'Uii-CctcA44C
6th Ave at 20th M
More Attractive Values
Everyone who sees our New Floor, our greatly enlarged Dept's, and our newly
arranged display of Furniture, Pianos Rugs and Carpets, and Housefurnishings of
every kind, describes the whole big Store as the Finest in the Qty."
Better join the Procession.
of these. 1IC
Beit (rad of white mei-wtre-.
ry pieci pirfict. Well worth
twic much. (;
IJ-Puct CtntHtr s o
. . Cot-
ire. i i,r.
an unl Flour
small Splc Camit.vs. aiick
Jipannaa nnlsh. neatly labelled.
. h W
tndiess Variety of floor Coverings
Liest. CUM Mattlngr per yirJ Wtt
Linoleum, ill grades, from 49c
velvet turrets, trom
2ix is-'iic.t "re Kug
sxio-iooi Crex Rugs f
'6ilu6-ioot Rig Rugl v
Rovii Wilion Hassocks
14x30 Ruhber Door Mat
No .-hirg (or measuring, tewing, 'ilr
V f r i ii.TWM1Ii4.1t
IMlli 1 lllll .,
ril'lni ftUnll, '.tvl
Ilr" .if teat A
He4 UJlH. ('tialFH
nd r ickfru if ary
ll'. l fnr -'"ry Ttm.
Very neat In ippeir
IBce ind ihdly made;
hll a pre'.'..iv mount ,
ins. Wl tliow 12.500
square Ucl of biit,
vmiiifY N'ddinit and
Bvory tyg t j
Constits of i1
No. 7 With
large Folding Clothes Hone, gw
! eU truheul Cesjaea. .
ha E 5. a), er Mall OrOer, filled
WalrOaeef Vaefe to s Cneleaner.
Subnantially made ind prettily
designed 40 lnchr de vith I
14x34 mirror. Everything for the
Sliding Couch 4.35
Makes, i couch ind I tingle or ioubl b1.
Spring of the new "Lincoln'' link frbr ', r-ir-anteed
for to vein. Mittress tnd ltrr n
plain denim r figured .relonne Vry kub
Km i ii-iavy
In beaut'tul fumed
oak, seat cf imita-
lion Spanish leather.
Same in real leather,
Mission iru. Library
Furniture n .-idlest
Full size reed
type f go
it r!l .n.-!i.
Othtrs of .''
aAiefc. $$M to StO. Bndlaas
variety of thins for Kitchen.
I'antry and Laundry, baaldas
tableware. Silver. Cut Qlaaa. Di.v
Liberal Terms, or
10 Off for Cash
If You Prefer.
5-Piece Tarlor Suite, $42.50
fully Ml. Bought in a lm lot fnim a manufaeturer at a auc-ldre to keen
Sty i.iiay in th. 4ull m.mtl.a. W. aot tt it,,.. .r-eiti nd offer to you T.u
covered In the beat Panna plnah. Ii.ia well made fr,i,i,..K. wl " .,r J.T ,.ivv felt
lultea. Odd Chalra. fJafinetg, Hnokcujiea. Oouchee. . to. to ault all
Worth fully III
Prices Marked in
No uFrec,r Gilts.
No Club Fees and
No Extra Charges
The Reputation of s Century's Business Success is Yn.fr iMirifli raf QiticlailAn
Good Goods. Low Prices and Fair Treatment during the Long Time given for Payments.
Open Saturday Evenings AW
Established 1807. Downtown Store: 198 to 205 Park Row (Chatham Square).
Immminiiullltiilit 111 iiiiiimTTmrTrnT
Biker and Hegemah Drug Stores
Special for Saturday Only
$4.00 Electric Toaster, $2.00
Tins Elrctrfo Tutt.iter (El Toitovo) isottfi of t lit- wHI-knou ii Holpoinl
Klt:trif HHi!H'liol(l appliance whk'li havt- boM dfiiionstruteii in all IIikat
and HcKeman Drug Stores all (his week.
El Tostovo is a wonderful little cooking utensil which may be used
anywhere it can be attached to an electric light socket. An UtMllieill
to dining tablt? tir sideboard, made entirely of pressed steel, nickel-plat.etl
and highly polished. Makes ten slices of perfect . crisp, brown tonsl itli one
cent's worth of electricity. A complete mealfor several people may be ijuickly prepared fj tXtk
on this handy little stove. Never sold for less than 4. (H). Special for Sal unlay only dial.""
Entire assortment of Hot point Electric Appliances may be seen in Hiker .-unl llegeimui Drug
Stores. Coffee Percolators, Chafing Dinhes. l-'lat Irons. 1'tility Outfits mid oilier etiuilly interesting
and convenient appliances.
This Is Housekeepers9 Week in All Our Stores.
Don't Miss the Special Offering
Soda Special for the Week
Coffee Cabaret, 10c
I from the ureutest
Imitation i ii
tin- w o r I u.
ItiiiLsted i ti a
cientif ically heat
radiated 0 v a u.
ground while hoti
and while still
'hot ttacked in
tin which are
immediately h e r m e t ically
sealed. Reaches you with Its
freshness, strength and flavor
fully preserved. "The Coffee
of the Epicure" at moderate
The pound tin
1 his latest addition to our NhIh Special- is cnlireiy
new and one that is bound to.be in high favor with all
soda fountain habitues. First of all. no better combin
ation can be imagined than H. & H. faultless ice cream
and R. ft H. perfect coffee. Add to this, chopped walnuts,
whipped cream and other good things mixed the R. & II.
way- -and you have a delicacy worth going far to lectin.
Best of it is you'll have to go only to the nearest R. & ll
Drug Store for it.
F trice. X lie pound tin, 2 2
ull 40c value OOC
some of Ameri
ca's most expert
judges; it comes
iu three blends to
suit the individ-
9ual tastes of the
Inari Caylon I
Ptvked and imported for ui ia
leaden rhrta direct front the field.
Krum theae Bbfgta the tea i i in me
diately trsnifrrred to air-tight con
tainer, t litis retaining all ita flavor
and amtiiit until all i used. Actual
rlOofi 27c ib. 50c
Park k Tilford Chocolates
and Bonbons, full assortment of
these populrr high grade candies.
Chocolates and Bon- J r
bona; lb.. 80c: H Ib UC
Assorted Chocolates: A f
lb.. SOc: 'jit. 4UC
Bon Voyage Special pscksge
with assorted cbocolstes nnd
Pure French Olive Oil bonbons: ib.. u.oo: h
Chocolates Au Guth An un
usual variety of delicious filling
and rich rreams; lb., at g
11.00: U Ib DUC
Also in -lb.. S-lb. and -lb.
Pfine quality Virgin
Olive Oil. import
led direct from
!iln sterilized con
25cod 65 c
Tins, gal., $3.25; gal.,
1.75; quart, $1.00.
Absolutely pure, made from
the fruit; strong and whole
some; may be had in Vanilla,
Orange, Lemon and .
Almond. Bottle 17 C
Riker Perfect Chocolates,
Regular 60c Value . .
These Chocolates are made exclusively for us in a
large, modern, perfectly equipped candy factory, where
the standard is higher and more rigid than demanded by
the Pure Food Laws. They are as fine in quality as any
sixty cent chocolates. Try Riker's perfect Chocolates
this week and you will come for them next week
and keep on wanting them JV C
Billie Burke Chocolates
The Best to Be Had for 50 Cents Anywhere in Town
The assortment is different and tempting. Appeals
to both big and little candy lovers everywhere. Nothing
on the candy market has attained such astonishing pop
ularity in so short a time. Try "Billie Burke" for ga e
the folks hard to please. Pound DKJC
Other Popular Candies at Our
Nunnally a Assorted Choc
olates and Bonbons snd
Chocolates: lb.. SOc; A t
V n 4Uc
Guth Chocolate Cherries,
Maraschino flavor; the A f
Assorted Cream Caramels.
made of purest and freshest in
gredients white cane sugar,
cresm, chocolate and nuts. Reg
ularly 60c vtlue; specially priced
$5 Human Hair
Two Days Only
We .seldom HMVO all op
pofttinily to offer yon m li
remarkable value us I his
Unman Hair Switch. Y,
cclleut quality, well made
--a rare bargain. Offer
limited to Friday ami Sal
urdny only. II u m a u
Hair S W i tch. 0
$5 M) value for J1.98
Ask to ms' 1 he beeotning
new Hulgariau wave when
you come in.
Hair Parlors. 6tli Ave.
and i'Ad St., and Wot
341 h St.
Does not make the hair un
ruly and difficult to dress, but
leaves it. most becomingly
fluffy and beautifully lust rotta,
It regular use insure lux
uriant growth. Highly rcr
om mended for itching of the
scalp and falling hair.
Trial package, 10c. Tins
containing 5 shunt-
K10S 5U C
st the lb., 33c; s a
H Jb IOC
Guth Assorted Bonbons and
Chocolates; pure flavor, put
up in new and different Q f
forms; Ib OUC
The articles to which we call attention below are the
common, every day little things in use in every well regu
lated household. All of highest quality, lowest prices.
A well known toilet prepa
ration with medicinal qual
ities, recommended for ita
beautifying effect upon the
skin and complexion. Its use
leaves the skin soft and free
from blemishes. For liver
moles, freckles, pimples, sun
burn and tan. Rcipi
lar .)c value OlC
Ijt ves i ni in e -diate
or any eruption
of the skin which
I'sed freela on
affected purls, it prevents fur
ther Infeetion Harmless to
the most sensitive
skin. The jar
Pure Powdered Boras J r
very best quality, Ib. . . WXaC
Washing Soda (Sal Soda), at
per pound JC
Family Ammonia much
stronger then the kind usually
told lor such pur- f
Lump Ammonia per Ib. . .20c
Denatured Alcohol besjt
smokeless quality; (container
included pint, ISc; qt Of
asc: gallon OUC
Soap Tree Bark packages
lJc. Ac DC
Potaah can 10c
Pumice Stone now- f
derml. Ib lUC
Rotten Stone per lb . 15c
Sapolio or Bon-Ami fc
Swift'a Naphtha Soap .4c
Three-in-One OH . Ic. Ic, 38c
Linseed Oil -(for clean- 9f
ing womiwork). I pt. . . JUC
Spirits of Turpentine r ar
(fnr removing paint), pt . attiC
Sal Ammoniac lump. Ib. 20c
Oxalic Add 1 lb 19c
Carbons (four tisea).
ISc. ISc. 35c snd 75c
Liquid Veneer . . 21c and 42c
Diamond Dyes per pkge. . Ic
Tr. Green Soap m 20c
Perosidc of Hydrogen a r
-1 Ib IVC
Huhbard's Germicide mm
plete willi atom- 10
Egyptian Deodoriser q
Mc sise ISrC
C. N. Disinfectant tmm
10c. 20c. 39c and DC
Chloride of Lime 4c. q
be and QC
Persian Insect Powder 1
os.. 5c; 4 os., 20c: 8 os sf
90c; 10 os Uc
Jaynes' Disinfectant color
less and odorless; large e
fiatl a v-nioriaes 50r ,
This i s a
g r case lens
t ream, so .skul-
fully e o m -pounded
satisfaction. Its velvety fin
ish makes its use a delight.
Price... 25c and 50c
This new "right
up to the minute"
toilet article from
has an uncommon
upon the complex
ion which is won
Don't fail to rive
it a fair trial. White
or Flesh tint 5(J
Invftluabla for liousehold use. Properly diluted may be
used to dean uts, bruises. sorts, etc. Prevent infection.
Kqtinlly useful nf liouseeleaning time for cleaninc furniture
'"""V v " You Are Safe When You Buy at
rnyo "It uernt
liyde and Sulphur
Destroys all germs and insects.
Most effective convenient
safe. Cup which holds candle is
seamless and solder less built like
a stove. No danger of fire running
over. A perfect fumigator and
germicide with the disinfecting
val ues of both sulphur and
formaldehyde. Price . . 25c
Jaynes' Blood and Nerve Tonic
Beat of AU Spring Medicine
This preparation has been sold by us for many years and
the constantly increasing demand for it is the best proof of
its merits. It. is a purely vegetable preparation, containing
ingredients which are daily prescribed by physicians of
highest standing It gives tone nnd vigor to the system,
clennses the blood, restores the nerves and regulates the
liver and stomach. Sold under our gliaraBteaj ,,f positive
nntaiililig 1 1 H I
Telephone Your Orders to the Nearest Riker-Hegeman Store
Matt Order Department. 1C2 Went Sith Street. New York ('iti