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Til EVENING WORLD, FRID
MAT , 1918.
News Oddities j
HAULKM I'ol.li'KMAN file a petition In bankruptcy.
CAIIL.I8LE SCHOOL announcru a course In millinery for Indian girls.
UlTCHKIH appointment a.eme to make him a Collector of Tammany goata
OIRL n Bath. N. T., who haa fallen heirese to a 1700,000 fortune, Hkaa type
writing ao wall aha won't give up har Jo
HHOrLIFTI.NO haa become ao prevalent throughout England the drapary
I6e haa organised to ftght it by organlied effort.
TlTRTtdC arrum. Dr. Krledmajvn's, blda fair to nrcome a political
raawai.ivn woman aued for divorce on tha ground that har husband had
to cara for har. To prova ha did tha hueband want out and hanged him-
dJfrTRAl. PATIK rat waa asleep In a bundle of hay Mlaa Murphy, tha big
.. waa eating, but the blppo didn't get the cat
OROUNDH FOR DITORCR Wife of Ohio farmer complains that her hua
band aant apples and potatoea to another woman and also refused to feed
the mm i
WOMKN In Owego celebrated her one hundredth birthday without giving
at advice on how to attain a ripe old age.
FLATBUBH 1a ao enthualaatle o-rer a new dance known aa the "KHohen
gink" that rather ODonovan. of the Churoh of Our Ladjr of Kefage, haa de
nounced It from the pulpit.
ROCKAWAT BBACH shoemaker found II. BOO in Jewels In tha toe of an old
customer gave blm to repair. Bbe fainted when she got team
I PLACARD placed on Columbia College statu, read: '"Votes for Wlmla."
SAKE OLD OA ME. King Alfonso of Spain was load In extravagant pre la a
ef a Norman bay thoroughbred borae at a cavalry review ta Paris, end wall.
President Polnoalre preoented It to Mb.
IDEA FROM THE POLICE BENCH. Magistrate Leach of Long Island
City Is no hide-bound rou Unlet. Instead of sanding a trio of oar rowdies to
Jail he sentenoed them to a probation school oourss to learn better manners.
VILLAGE BOARD of Genoa. 111., has bought four Jocks for the doors of the
town's saloons. Only tha village watchman haa the keys, and he Is to lock the
i up every mgnt St tne Closing nwr Mm i.uyn mm in m morning,
At the Century
If Sflveeter Raiding.
AUDXXN a "LA POITPEX " waa
presented by the Angellnl-Oattlnl
Opera Company at the Century
Theatre laat night to an audlenoa of
oeay moderate etas, but one that eeemed
thoroughly to enjoy the ootntc sttua
ajsas. There waa a continuous ripple of
laughter over the adventures of the
ao vitiate ef a monastery who marries
a sell to secure for his order a rloh
Isberltance and. finding hie bride real,
ticks to her and foraakea the monas
tery. It has been dons hers before, but
Annette Oetttirl waa Aleeeta, (he doO.
whloa gas acted charmingly. It's pity
sat. sussaaail of a voice of much
natural beauty, aha apolls her slngtag
bp Wealing. That aort of thing mast
be liked la Italy, for nearly all of the
stagera. principals and chorus alike.
Indulge in It. E. Oargano waa amus
ing sa Alassla's father, the doll maker.
Is the cast were. A. Florl, as the
novice: H. Lovregllo. aa AJeseta'a
mother, and A. Baldl. A. Krrrara and
E. Pangrasy that have become familiar.
Assent from it waa Angkllnl. who
usually shares the honors with Annette
Oattlnl. Lovregllo conducted without
a score. The habit is no longer a
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SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY
Silk Lined Suits
FOR YOUNG MEN, 32 TO 40 CHEST.
Modeled on New Engtteh Line:
New hand-tailored English sack models, in pencil striped or
Oxford cassimcre, also the newest English mixtures;
coat silk lined throughout (wear guaranteed).
' 2 1 .50 Regular Price, $30.00
English Sack Suits
FOR YOUNG MEN, 32 TO 40 CHEST.
Soft Roll Front, Natural Shoulder:
Hand-tailored English sack models, made without csnvss
front or padding on shoulders; navy serge, Oxford cassi
mcre and soft finish velour in the season's
1 5.75 Regular Price, $24.50
Men's Negligee Shirts
Of novelty cotton, crepe, Russian cord, English madras,
soiaette or mercerized fabrics, in newest colored stripes
and self figured designs; French cuffs.
1.25 Regular Price, $2.00
Men's Pongee Pajamas
Of woven mercerized pongee in the newest colored stripes,
low neck; mercerized frogs, pearl buttons.
1.10 Regular Price, $2.00
Young Men's Clothing and Furnishings
8 and 19 Weet 18th Street, Store Floor
Connecting with our Fifth Avenue Store.
FIFTH AVE, 37th and 38th Sis.
FREE FOR THE COUPON.
Two Beautiful Photogravures, copies
of famous paintings, trill t Stvsn
with asxt Bandar's World. Pictures
are suitable for framing; on heavy
art paper, and represent blatorto sub
jects, the originals of some being In
the Metropolitan Museum and other
great art collections. Order next
Sunday's World In advance.
To Rise Above
We have never found it neces
sary to enlist sympathy for
Saks Suits for Men at $25
by advertising that they are $35 values
yet we are probably the only house
that would be justified in doing sol
The fact is, the value of a Saks suit cannot be determined
by the price of another, because on the score of style Saks
clothes and other clothes are not susceptible of comparison.
Given the same fabric and the same model, a Saks suit and
another suit would still differ as the specific gravity of water
differs from the specific gravity of oil.
lUliey have a greater number of
York Oty, mornings and
i, than the Herald, Times,
fcune and Press ADDED
All $25 suits, ours and others, are tailorecrVthis season on well
formulated lines, but we base our bid for your favor on the
tact that these Saks suits at $26 are more formulative than
formulated more creative than conformative and more
individual than imitative.
These $25 suits have style not the mere style of the fashion
plate, which exists for the guidance of every Tom, Dick and
Harry, with a pair of scissors and a bench but style which
it took inspiration, aspiration and perspiration to evolve 1
Gentlemen, we want to see you on these $25 suits, and you
no less need to see us. These are not suits merely to wear and
walk in and work in, but suits that have a style of their own
garments which a man can feel proud of and enjoy!
Ads. is assured as they
as to legit-
$21 MODELS Close fitting English stylos, with ahortsr, snugger, smarter, narrower
coats, trimmer trousers, and vests uncommonly high. Or conservative models, which
though not so noticeably ample as In former years, are none tho loss conservative.
131 PABeUCS Hard ftrri shad worsteda, unfinished worst tdi. black unfinished worsteds,
ho mas pains, valour finished cloths, cheviots, blue serges, crashes, overplaids, pencil
stripes and chocks. Blues, blacks, grays, blue mixtures, and others Innumerable.
sad the BBST results
at we, fosf te. confidently ex
Year Sunday World
Saks &CtDntjratt jj
at 34th Street
MISSES' COATS AND DRESSES
as dainty as the girls who are
invited to wear them
Variety is the spice of Saks selections in Misses' apparel variety
that is as select as a critical point of view can make it. These
special offerings of summer dresses and coats are a recapitulation
of the new and distinctive phases of summer fashions. What-
ever has been deemed worthy of representation in a shop which
caters to young people with exclusive ideas is shown in this
assemblage of seasonable garb tomorrow. And the prices
represent too great a margin of economy over the average for
you to miss so good an opportunity to find what you want at a
price which will present no barrier to your getting it.
Misses' Linen Dresses )t70.
value $14.95 special itf9''V9
Attractive models, made of French or Ramie linen, in all the
newest coat effects. Combination or solid colorings, in white,
tan, Copenhagen, rose and leather. Sisea 14 to 18 years.
Misses' Voile & Crepe Dresses ) Cn
value $16.50 special at1"
Made of French voile or crepe, aa well aa embroidered crepe.
Waist and skirt trimmed with Irish or Cluny lace. 14 to 18yeara.
Misses' Cotton Eponge Dresses) car
value $25 special at10
Coat or blouse models, made of imported cotton eponge, in
learner, tan, rose, copennagen ana waive, sues i to is years.
Misses' Dressy Coats
value $25 special
Matelasse silk, poplin and moire, in draped or tailored models.
Silk lined throughout, and beautifully made. 14 to 18 yean.
Misses' Sport Coats
special at $5.95, $10.00, $12.95 and $16.50
Long waist belted and Norfolk models, made of diagonal serges,
Scotch mixtures and wool corduroys. In red, green, navy and
white. Ages 14 to 18 years.
A remarkable offering of
Boys Summer Blouses at 55c
or $6,50 per dozen
Regularly $1, $1.50, $2 and $2.30 each.
This lot of merchandise is composed of a sample line, which
the maker reserves for us every year, and, obviously waa
bought at tremendous reductions. The assortment is com
posed of silks, silk-and-linens, imported Madras and mercer
ised materials; plain and stripe effects in exclusive designs
and some of the most beautiful silk Russian cord effects
ever loomed. All colors, And all fust colors, which is a
point to bear in mind. Tne models are negligee blouses,
with long or short sleeves, neckbands, or soft attached link
button collars and soft French cuffs. Finished with a patent
drawstring that cannot come untied. Ages 3 to 16 years.
They are splendidly made and finished, and they are the
best blouse values in a long time.
186 MISSES' SUITS to be closed
out at great reductions tomorrow
61 Suits were $19.50 to $25 now $13.50
75 Suits were $29.50 now $16.50
50 Suits were $35.00 now $19.50
A Beautiful Display of the
NEW SUMMER HATS
from $10 to $97,50
Tomorrow in our trimmed salon the new Summer hats will
foregather by appointment in their gayest of colorings and most
original designs. These models have been recruited from the fore-
moat Paris designers, whose creations each season are the admira
tion of the fashionable elect the world over. There is a wonderful
variety of new and novel conceits, discovering nnew how un
limited is the fertility of design in the hands of n Paris modiste.
Panamas, tagal hemps, Milan and leghorns decked with flowers,
gay with ostrich or Paradise plumage, trimmed with big bows
of ribbon or maline, and some with wings.
Aim Very Speciql
Clearance of Trimmed Hats
that were $5.95 to $8.50
tomorrow at $2 each
Girls' Washable Dresses) Cl 0-
value, $3.95; special at...15
Russian or Balkan blouse, middy nd long waisted models. Made
of imported gingham, repp, striped crepe, chambray and linen, in
a large assortment of colorings. Sites 6 to 14 years.
Girls' White Dresses). 0.
value, $8.95; special at f
Made of eyelet embroidery, sheer white lawn and batiste, in round
or square neck models. Elaborately trimmed with fine Val.
lace and embroidery. Sizes 8 to 14 years.
Store your Furs at Saks'
Telephone 2626 Greeley, Now I
The YoungMan who wants a$15
SUIT, should take 15 minutes
to see the Saks assortments
That word assortments is such a garbled affair in clothing
advertisements, that it is often difficult to tell what it means.
At Saks' it means everything ! It means every model that
is worth wearing, every fabric that is being worn, every color
and every design in demand for smart Summer wear.
Regulation models, with a fullness of line; English models
that fit close to the figure and roll freely from the collar;
Norfolks in any number of variations as to pleats and belts;
all half lined, and all cut and tailored with that unmis
takable and inimitable Saks' style.
The materials are blue pencil stripes, gray pencil stripes,
shepherd checks, overplaids, homespuns, fancy mixtures,
blue serges and crashes and as for the quality of these
fabrics, we know of none so good in other clothes at $15,
and we know that there are none better. Sizes SO to 34.
1 Tomorrow, Saturday, May 10th
1,124 Women's Silk Dresses
at less than half prices
Charmeuser Foulard and Crepe de Chine
320 Silk Dresses . . . tomorrow at $10
364 Silk Dresses .... tomorrow at $12
440 Silk Dresses . . . tomorrow at $15 '
No Mail Orders, None C. O. P., and none exchanged.
A New Fichu
Collar at 50c
This dainty fichu neckfixing ia
made of Brussels net, with hem
stitched collar and full shirred
ends, edged with fino net
pleating or German Val. lace,
in white, cream and black.
It is quite too pretty to be so
low in price, and quite too
notable an opportunity on
this account for you to miss.
Also special tomorrow
New Dancing Mistress
Frills in a great variety, to be
worn with either coats or
dresses. The newest thing out.
Special at 50c to $1.50
Chemisettes, made of shadow
lace, in a variety of designs,
with high boned collars.
Values 35c and 50c
Special at 19c
BOYS' SUITS like these cannot be
bought elsewhere at these prices
DnimbiHtv of fabrics and excellence of tailoring never have been the
only merits of our productions for bears. Rather, we have com
bined these considerations wiin one outer, wmcn is generally over-
I looked in garments for youthful wearers btyle. These suits
are designed, cut and tailored with an uncommon degree of in
dividuality, and they will give to that boy of yours a'sprightliness
of appearance which, if he haa not yet worn Saks clothes, he has
never had before. Second floor
Boys' Suits special at $8.50
Copy of an $18.00 Norfolk model
We have taken a very high priced boys' model and reproduced
it at this special figure for tomorrow. It is made of homespun,
tweeds, and fancy mixtures, in a smart Norfolk model, with in
verted pleats and patch pockets, as well aa double cuffs. Two
pairs of knickerbockers. Light and dark colorings, monair
lined and beautifully tailored. Ages 8 to 18 years.
Boys' Blue Serge Norfolks at $7.75
Marl of all wool blue seme, with two pair of knickerbockers.
Garments that are tailored with infinite care, and in natty models.
Lined throughout. Ages 7 to IB yean. A very special value.
Boys' School Suits at $5.95 & $6.95
Made with two pairs of knickerbockers. All wool fancy cassimcres,
in a large variety of colorings and patterns. 7 to 17 years.
Boys' Wash Norfolks
at $2.95, $3.95, $4.50 and $5,75 .
Made of linen, crash, duck and khaki fabrics, in a variety of
. - . sm aa . . a 1 a I I I am . av
sodels and colorings. Kxoauenuy mane ana iinianea. o io n years
Serviceable Summer SHOES
for Misses and Children
at reasonable prices
Durability is the most important consideration of aD In youthful
footwear, because youna people are notoriously bard on shoes.
And because we are particularly insistent upon quality and work
manship from our makers, Saks shoes are notoriously hard to
wear out. The new ankle ties and pumps which we have as
sembled for young people this Summer, embrace the newest
models and the wanted leathers, and from the viewpoint of ser
viceability, there is nothing better in footwear. $1.50 to $$.
For Growing Qirls. A special Colonial model, with low heels
and metal buckles, in white canvas, patent leather and gun metal
calf. $3 and $4.
Scout Shoes for Youths and Boys. Tan and black Russia
calfskin shoes in a regulation model at H.35 and $3.50.
Reductions tomorrow in
Misses' Children's Straw Hats
We will tell you, in brief, that the selection is a very liberal
one, despite the great reductions in prices. But here and
there the assortments are depleted, and the clearance at
these prices is considered expedient on that account. All
the latest designs, the newest straws and trimmings, and
these colorings: Navy, brown, Nell Rose, as well aa black.
$8 Hats reduced to $3.95
$6 Hats reduced to $3.95