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THI a, VI If I ICQ WORLD, FRIDAY, MAT 9, H18.
GIRL WHO PAINTED
GIRL WHO WON FAME
WITH FAINTING OF
aaement of Ctrl W Hunt. "A Butter
fly on the Wh-1" will be the flret plsv.
The Uarrte bnglne summer price. nt
Henpltp lier Injuries, rnuel hy her full
from her 'mrse Wertnel.l.iy. 1 Mle '!rlf-
wlth Sir HrrWt Tree.
harlna F Toarle. fnr twelve f
buelnrae m.-insgrr uf "lltni Hur," line
gone to Kniilnn1 tt confer with the
Htrntfuril-on-Avon WinkespearLin play
ers, whose Owl herr he Is to direct.
What Ails You?
Little Miss Peters Has Inhibi
tion of Her Latest Works at
Last rear there ass hung In the
AMdrmy of l. Men i ImlntltiK whii h
Tfi. 1 a Krf.it rtejl of 'iinunrnt. It
ftl called ' Hi own of Nevada." and
portrayed a man with a uteri blue eye.
a trim look and a strong, determined
jaw. On arm hung over the ba k of a
rhair. and the hand clutched a "run "
There wu an Invitation to 'start enm.
fhtn In the gleaming eyea under tha
Blanch hat. and rat tint. wn klndneaa
and gentleness ta Ule face. The man
sag a true of tha Warn.
taV wlaaj of a rtrl painted the picture.
Batty Prtsra, jint out of her teens,
U tha strong features with a won-
eartul graap, and her brush did tha raat
on ba canvas.
'or Oh ere waa and 1a a Brown of
Mm ada Aldan Hugh Brown, well known
as tha Watt aa a mining anglnear. Ha
waa la Now York n hta war to Cuba
ta Inspect soma Iron properties. Ha
waa a Irtand of Clinton Teton, thr llal
tfmore portrait palntar. who conducts a
l of art at No. 1U Weat Fifty-fifth
atlas Batty waa the young.et
siber of bar father"! class. Mr. Peters
I two gtudlna, and one morning one of
good ass failed to appear, which often
la tha world of art Tha artist
tka mlatng anglnear to "alt" for
ham jeet for that day. and Brown of
Nevada smilingly "eat" 1
BtGWai became I a Urea led Ha waa de
tSlaert In New TorV waiting for papers
ah aeaneeOon with the mining prapeet
tlee ta come back from Havana. lie
eaw his picture fin lab ad before ha aalled
tar Cuba. Many students of the Petors
aflhaol had painted the picture, but the
ana which repealed on the easel of Hiss
Batty was the real ploture of Brown of
Nevada, Her fattier persuaded her U
sand It ta the Academy It waa accepted
and hung, and then things began to
A woman weert lata the Academy one
war and fell a love wKh the picture.
Whan own returned from Cube ha
met this woman jult accidentally In Mia
home of a mutual friend. She fell In love
with- Mbt original, and the feeling waa
mutual They're engaged. Others who
saw the picture Bought out tha artist
Batty Pstere is pretty as wen aa
talented, and la wall baiaaued as wtlL
be waa la love with bar art and 1st
her suitors go by.
Bet her brush was kept busy, and
strangers oeme to her fathsr's studio
and sat far the talented girl. Betty had
attended tha Hshsual Culture School, as
dM fear slater Ruth, two years younger.
Mlaa Ruth to taking a poet -graduate
course la tha Teaobtre- Callage and has
far a otram Hlaa Dorothy Wolfson,
daughter of Tobias Wolfson of the
United Metals' Selling Company, a cor
poration headed by she Ougfen ketone.
Oaa day tha two girls went from
aehoel to tha Batata studio. Miss
Dorothy waa delighted with the work ot
Mlaa Betty, fen, persuaded her mother
fee allow her to have hersslf painted
Mrs. WolfsoB had known Betty and
fear sister when they were much
younger. ahe sltarad her daughter's ad
miration tor the work of the talented
artist. She had never heard of one so
yours who had cttmbed the ladder In
the world of art an quickly, Bhs be
came en ardent patron of Miss Betty.
the V!M Wsdl cowgirls, '. TTIS inld-nlgbt mat!ne of "Alisons, '
u be manled n:i horsabnek In the shew ;
lo-nlirlit lo Herry Hmlth. a cowboy. her
CtafMhOOig MltUlaart, whom hr hM ,
not anen In yeare until four weka ago
Margaret Mom:" an I llasel l.ewla will
IH In y,;csf"ld " "Kolllri."
His glrle, ficlimen of Teachers' r'ol
lege. play 1 Model tver" in the
Thrnrviti Ovmninlum to-nltlit.
Willi Virginia Pi Br gulli tlall K.r.-,
Margaret Tanner OOfdM, HheHon
l.ewla. K.Iwln .Viorilant, QeOffS 11 dtw? 1
an1 hlmeelf In the cast. DotaglaS J.
Wooii will shortly five sn Invltatfon !
selfuf malies of 1 Huttec " a new drmuia
By I lily llolton.
A pbm la on foot by the Motion Talk
lib) Picture Company for running
movie" Mwratog boat" on the Hudeon,
HM Houn.l anil along the New Jerouy
Koiiert Ioralne, who le on his way home
0 nlav "Cyrnimdf Herserac' In In Ion,
baa taken an American aeroplane with
HBP. end will take up flying again this
Constance Collier le on her way back j
lo Iondon to piny Hhak rape arise) roles
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
In UN For Over SO Year.
spei lally given et the l..r for the
Wild Wefll shuK'men. produced ons of
the ItrMfeWlt ladlegjcea .ver seen in
ltnalre AugUStal Tliomaa's spercn
In Hlous cOntlgtad of ecventecn worla
;uid !t took him an entire day lo set
the pfonum Inilon correct. The per-
rormagse i tin Ml this moming.
Mimy of thr I . I h.iil never seen
i play before and could not keep their
A. lerff ellne le evteeetS Kr fleeter rieree
U erer mrk aad eiaas ewe woven o
Mneel' ' remkrefUNlaeel .u' Hotel
tBilliW-. H T.,Bf letter. Write rear
naeWM tu.lr and fraeklr, 1 err
Utior w.n b- earstaltr eneJAere.l. fUy
mnmwfA end Tie etatenente eM aa
euieUr prime ead Sly enaaaoal.
Gok4cn jfjjsj DiscoTery
rmk for rich, ran Maori arwl tSrja I.
lUpdl the fetr'ovA. y,t a UjrpM Itrer
MM IM i"toan- i
lata of appetite
onaaa with Niter taete,
i wTta elstre after eet-
aae seatmr, aeueas
REAL ESTATE FOrt SALE
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Miss Dorothy's picture waa painted, end
then that of Mr. Wolfson. Mrs. Wolf
son declared that aha must have an
exhfbtlon of Betty'e paintings In her
home at No. SB Weet Eighty-seventh
Yesterdny afternoon there was a tea,
end the exhibition laetsd into the night.
The brush of Mlea Batty bad been busy
since the advent of "Brown of Nevada."
On ths walls of the drawing room and
dining room her plcturea were hung,
palntlnga ami pastele. There were
eighteen In ell.
Many nf Hie originals of Betty's pict
ures were gueate at the tea.
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALsV
Sarah BernhaprU and her company era
to have a performance of the Wild Weet
Show at Medtann Hquars Harden all to
themewivee to-morrow morning.
Corse Peyton will open the Par May
a with a stock company under the man-
Do You Look Older
Than You Are?
i era not deles
trip NVsre keep
km rpana. peleie tbormifhlr
leasees, the liar inrni through
rake the tata breellin i .,-.
rl.fed aad ealufes, blarklwide
ienn asitss akut leoke dull and
stem with Netur. tir rleaiuras
the poeu uf dint anil dirt thai
euap eii t water ceenot reaek.
Imyuritiej ere tkiixm off aed
whuleenme rleernaw ead fnwh
neae that euke ymi look reeassr
than you are la the mult.
Due appliratloe nitkei
A week'a ayetematic net
a traaafonaaUoa :
At Tour nntsrtet'e
lo Oullanalble Tubea. Me.
Batter Than Cold Cream
Used tha Same Way
LIKE ON IK Kill 111-
LIFE IN A BUNGALOW AT
ON FIRE ISLAND BEACH
with all the beaeflis nf aa oceaa trip, can
litaau with tar pleaauraa aaa en or a nut
tianir- pninmar ie.ri .ml puetura irrwjum
Atlaallc Oceaa sa sae side,
fircal Sailh Bay oa the oilier
i warn a JIB up
PAin rom ON BAST TICK MB.
be erar 100 taufalewt occupied
era thia eusimer.
If you do sot delay, yoora ean ha ready b
he their nwnara t
Sallalre la within cianatutlag dlataaee of
tne err. aaa oirrMtonalir rine train armre.
. ,u .1 ... . ih, U. ,1 ,1L. - .
flneat tmatleg. flahlne. hathlns 'ibnUi'attrf anil
Mill water), and InDaaaaranla other attrartinn.
which ere art nwih la our llluatrataU
Heed for s espy.
Maittridse ntilMlns. 47 W. 04th St.. N. v.
Tetephiwie llieeley 1807,
If You Have
County you owe
it to .yourself
to get details of
offer to Home
Call, Phone or
Writ for Detail:
CLIFFORD B. HARMON & CO,
IIS Madison Avo N. Y.
Cor. gad Sl.-Phone Murray BUI sysd
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I 1 MsajlisaVlBtWaKlaflWsBaaiSn
W llllllWIIM. I IM la'lfc, i'lia IWB11L11 Aauur; 1
I'ark aail allJeno asaatde reenrta. I tail; leeoa
n hoih at., ean a, at.. - r. m ; natter, I wear
8ouU rarryV A W . 110 I. M
Usees W. ahet.,.4ft A. l . Batterr, SJB a. M.
86-88-90 Myrtle Aye., cor. Lawtibnce Street, Brooklyn
VERE TWO BLOCKS MM FROM HIGH PRICES
THIS BEAUTIFUL -
Pole la fl ." In
fhae hlith. t, i alx
llnitta .r lnMikB
Plnlfhetl lu sTulden
This is a May Bargain That Will
Not Be Equalled 100 from Makers
of High Grade Beds.
The accompanying picture,
although showing a design
of unusual beauty, docs not
tin these betla justice, l in y
must be seen to be fully
appreciated. The heavy
posts with largo vase caps
and the heavy filling potto
with co a nect i n g sisOM
tnske su uiiususlly attrac
tive model. Karh bed it
tinUhed in the it'lsbratrd,
OUR TERMS FOR FURNITURE
$100.00 Worth. . . $1.00 Down $1.00 Weekly
$150.00 Worth. . . . 3.00 Down 1.50 Weekly
$200.00 Worth. ... 5.00 Down 2.00 Weekly
$250.00 Worth . . 10.00 Down 2.50 Weekly
UNMARKED AUTO DELIVERIES ANYWHERE WITHIN SO MILES
This Room Complete, 29.98XT,is Room Complete, 39.98
50c DOWN 50c WEEKLY
OPEN MONDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS
(At Sth Ave. Store Only)
One whole floor completely
stocked with all Newest
Styles for Men, Women and
by our own tailora
Any purchase up to $25
aaa 1 1 rB 1 1 rweYTBaaiwnj
, Fulton and Bridge Streets, Brooklyn
Extraordinary Sale Saturday) 9
350 Misses' Tailored Suits
Suitable for Women to 36 Bust Measure
Models especially designed as becoming to Misses and Small
Women. This season's best models of Serge, Whipcord, Bed
ford Cord, Eponge, Checks, etc., in Black, Navy and Colors.
Regular Values $25.00 to $35.00
Sale of Misses', Juniors' and Girls Dresses
Por monthf wa have been planning this tale. All dresses offered were
Siurchased at marked price concessions from the foremost makers. Every
ashionable model is represented in prevailing materials and colors. This
is a rare opportunity to purchase this season's smartest dresses.
Much Less Than Regular Value
Girls' Wash Dresses 95c 1.50 2.00 2.05
Olrls' Linen Dresses 3.95 4.90 5.90 7.50
Girls' Lingerie Dresses 2.00 2.95 3.95 5.90
Misses and Junior Wash Dresses 3.95 4.90 5.90 7.50
Misses' and Junior Net Dresses 6.90 8.90 11.75 15.00
Misses' Voile and Lace Dresses . 9.75 11.75 13.75 15.00
The Entire Stock of
Misses', Juniors' and Girls' Coats
Will Be Closed Out Regardless of Cost
Mammoth Display of High-Class
Brass Beds at
10.50 12.75 14.95
and Prices up to 100.00
This Big Oak
T laehra Inc. SO BShBJ
Me and le iwliaa 'Irei'l
fife leriv euosiy dsi.cn.
Su2S STORE OPEN SA TVRDA YS UNTIL 7 P. M. STsS SS
Like t at
Thi id our ni ts .Summer stock, the finest, we believe, to
tie found in Greater New York. You should examine it
before buying clsiwlurc.
The Largest Millinery Store in America
MYRTLE AVENUE AND BRIDGE STREET
New Lot of Ready to Wear Hats
Worth $1.98 to $3.98, nfn
Special, Saturday, at yiv
Although we have offered son.e bip value
in reedy lO Wtari tins sprint; this lot sur
pas-.e an j thing we have yet had, and as the
manufacturers are uiutting down for the
summer it will probably he the last of that)
excellent hats that we will have to offer
you. So don't miss this chance ot RettiiiK
a high priced hat to-morrow
for only 79 cents.
Open Monday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings.
sMMaMaW I Hi TWja Wrl - . mmmmmmm . . mmmmammmtamaMatammmmmmmmmm
J. KURTZ A SONS
Writs (or Oar IMI e
FREE CATALOGUE V
V ft ftsAitifr
C Ualllllll llll V?
500 of These Big
Reed and Porch Rockers
Will Be on Sale To-Morrow.
The Biggest Money's Worth
Yon Ever Saw in Your Life
For to-morrow special selling of these two styles
Reed and Porch Rockers at unheard of prices.
These Rockers would be a very rare
bargain at double the price. None C.
O. D. or Mail Orders. None to dealers.
"MERRY JUNE BRIDES" IT
No more welcome gift could be given
young couples than to afford them the
opportunity of FURNISHING A COM.
PLETE HOME AT LESS THAN REO
ULAR PRICES. You save J3!sc on
EVERY DOLLARyou spend here. SEE
OUR SPECIAL TERMS OF CREDIT
to those suiting housekeeping.
BIG BARGAINS IN BEDROOM SUITS
I Pc. OAK Bedroom Suits Mt.S8
S Pc. BIRDSEYE MAPLE Bedroom Salt lt.8
SPc. CIRCASSIAN WAUWrBe4ixmSult $7.t8
SS tr Dining Room Tabic
rai si J T re. l mMmM W Jl VaTU fa J II 11 a V'a egal
771, 778 777 and 77f Broadway
H prulile Wl a M arret Urnianit In
,,,,,,,.. 9 tm aril aimoluied
SSJBjfBSBjHi . MafjM hemea.
UMT tnjtog Street tMyTfrmt
r 'I 'it ins,. I.lkt Our lrttMs.
rr rlif l,oMra,t In Tnwn.
SOT AND JJPX rfc4y TeU
Old Re iable
run mi cm sn
for aALE. ,
gulls sad Ovsrcoeis. tlS.00
MEN'S Ready Made &
CLOTHES Made to Ordti
Tbs Onlr T)ewnt.wn Cretlt Tailor.
I ii a in i iim i x ( i iv ('Dirrtr r
ew vi geeaa) X
iloaa, $1 aarklf. ya i1 m WatalaaL
i mi"i ii w mi w.i, i. or. itu w. BE
ii. um ufli,r. iti ItBtS, opeo er'aga.
It Makes Uttlg DtUirsncs What You Weet. a World Want Will Qo s4 Oct It I ILM Vgjlin Wa. SsaSS
DIAMONDS & WATCHES ON CREDIT
Sari Salaaa la lea til. allalt TarSM.
ROYAL DIAMOND a WATCH CO.,
1 WalKKLY S Osawsd rtnij.. wauhsa Jswel-
r , iauiugua. sssaasasBSi - " -
IVjo VeoS3jyiS'ma-e LJutm
DIAMONDS ON CREDIT.
EAST WEEKLY OK atOISTBXT raistKNTa.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Ou all . initio '(! atyltl t'f
on TKJUIB JO st'iT Pl'SCttASMS.
laitftUBaetl all kieih I. ken in eiehasas.
KiAK.ti kk BBUSh 1st. leee.
17 East 14th St.t Ne Y.
HKLP WANTED M ALU.
KM'KUUIM fcU balil v a.if .l ti em
rolls in leather uJ tai'tbie for tuUM
aoJ tih era 4ie; mutt leiv ( i Cblraco.
Uiwetu U- t-i -t t -ii,- or intone 1'rtot.a
Hotel. H. Wrinvteiu. r.uv
Wo Eslra Cbaree far Ma
AgverUaem.nia for Tee Worts aasr BaBBfl
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