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THI EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAT ft, lftlS.
SULZER'S "WAR BOARD
BEGINS ITS BAM
TOR DIRECT PRIMARIES
ALBANY. N. T.. Hay I -With man
Of All shades of political faith enrolled
hi direct primary banner. Cov
er Bulser to-day repeated tils belief
II the bosses could not beat the
at for election reform. The
mtttses selected by hi a "War
arS" Bowed an unusual and power-
eomMnatlon of representative cltl-
Tala waa oapclally nntlcealble In the
Psaarpaleu eomlttee." where State "im-
assttSaarnan and County Chairman are
tainted bealde Influential Independents
e aaanafe the battle for better cond.-
Mm In ejolltlea.
A the head of the "Publicity Carn
arittea" that la to keep the paoplt In
foraaed on the progress of the movement
at BdRor MeKeJway of Brooklyn aad
Miter and Lleut.-Qov. Martin H. Olynn,
The "Laalalatlva Committee," wtioae
dutjr will be to attend to the direct pri
mary bllla in their proareaa through
tha law-making body, haa such eaperta
a former Speaker Daniel D. Friable,
Frederick at. Davenport and Clarence
J. SJhearn. "All are well equipped for
the hard work cut out for them," the
Oovaraor'a friend aeaertad.
If financial assistance, Is needed It
will be auppUed by a "waya and meant"
tommittae, including Henry Morten
u, William Randolph Hearat, Oeorfe
Footer Peabody, Ralph rulltaer, Mer
man Rldder, Vincent Aator and many
"It I the greatest combination of good
ettlaen ever brought together In a pop
ular reform movement." the Governor'
friend declared and the Governor, ai
though he declined to comment on the
lection made by hi committee, aa
erted again that 'The politician can't
boat u." He bualed hlmielf to-day
wtth hla aide In laying out the speak -tnf
campaign, In which he will be ae
aJeted by popular and forceful orator.
Practical politician are Inclined to
admit that the direct primary movement
already haa aseum.d proportion that
three tea old party method mora than
they vr have been threatened before.
ONeill-AmmsCq ONeill-AmmsCq OTNeiu-AmmsCq !
Sixth tcnuc, 20th to 2:d Street, New Yoik City
Siath Avenue. 20th to 2 Id Street. Maw York City
Sixth Avenue. 20th to 23d Street. Now York Cat
our French women understand
them bet. The clear, irani
oarent. rose-hued loveliness of
the fashionable Parisienne't skin has
for years been the wonder of the
world and the envy of all women.
If you try
3 franca in Pari 78 in Now York
rou will not marvel at tho French woman at
tract Irene you will share . Ye. you can
really hare a completion to equal that of tho
falreat Paris beauty! And without delay or
troublesome treatment. Simply apply thla plea
ant roae-eeented lotion watch the result!
One application will make the akin aoft and vel
vety continued ue will banlah crow' feet and
wrinkle and bring back the rose of childhood
If you are dissatisfied with your completion, try
tin Oorller. Qet a bottle from your druggist to
day, or It ho cannot aupply you, aend ua hi name
and 4c. In postage, we will aend you a generous
Eau Corlier Fan Pee aw
adheres to the face
perfectly; made of the
finest rice powder
ground by a special
canted In. all tints.
S f ranee In Parle
76c In Now York
Eau Oorller Pace !
la pure, doltg'.itfully
perfumed and refreeh
tng to tha skla. Kepe
clally recommended to
the woman of faatl
2 franca In Parle
Me In New York
SeM fcu Ltewetl Drug fteres. Pmnf Urmia gtsHew Drug Stare, I
R Brot., RtJcer-Hetfemon. Hlmlil MrotMtrt, Abraham. A gtreue, '
ureewnai-BMgei cooper ,
. KaHmh Dru Star. .
and Deparfs, out Stare i
Predfe. Lor 4 Co, OWstH-ddoms Co.
Co., Slien d Crawford. 14ln Street Koto,
mtchrooh Pharmacy and all lead), Drug
throughout Greater If aw Tar and vtotMtg.
Hy. J. ROUSSEL, Inc. tW&SS&u, StfZ
It Makes Little Dtfferenct What You Want, t World Want Will Go and Get It.
Infants' Handmade French Dresses
Long waisted and Empire models. French knots on waist and skirt, ribbon trimmed.
Sizes 2 to 4 years.
Bonwit Teller & Co.
Special Sales for Saturday
Misses' Cloth Suits
Formerly to 47.50
A large variety of styles in serge, eponge
ianrj shepherd checks. Sizes 1 3 to 18.
Misses' Silk Suits
Formerly to 45.00
Smart, distinctive models in faille and moire
silk. For misses of 13 to 18.
Misses' and Girls' Class Day and Graduation Dresses
Dainty new models in net, chiffon, voile and lace.
16.50 29.50 39.50 49.50
Misses' Street, Afternoon and Dancing Dresses
Formerly up to 35.00
Made of serge, checks, charmeuse, meteor, crepe, voile, batistes, broche:
lace top and all lace. Sizes 13 to 18.
Special Sale Girls' Dresses and Coats
, Sizes 6 to 14.
Long waisted models, in In rose, Copenhagen and Bot, low belted and Norfolk
Copenhagen, natural and rose, natural. Flowered cretonne models, in serge, cheviot,
Velvet sash. collar and cuffs. checks.
SPECIAL SALE-MILLINERY DEPT.. FIRST FLOOR
140 Women's & Misses' Tailored & Semi Dress Hats
Formerly 8.50 to 13.50
May Sale of Lingerie specials
Under bod ices Brassieres
1.95-RegularIy 3.00 l,50-feukrt 3.00
Of fine shadow lace, with Of all over English eyelet
wide ribbon, large bow. embroidery, Cluny inssrtings.
Crepe de Chine
"Tournier" model, with cream
shadow lace and rosebuds.
Under bod ices
Of batiste, with wide, deep
lace; satin ribbon, large bow.
Of silk broche batiste, low
bust and long hips.
White net, trimmed with ma
line lace, wide ribbon and bow
Fifth Avenue at 38th Street
The pianos for this eo-oferatiie note were personally selected nl At factory by Mr. ('. Alfred Wagner, President The l.yraehord Co., and
ii I on Offttm are being tested and inspected by Mr. .Xahun Franku, for ytars Conductor and ( oncer! mcisler Metropolitan Opera Company.
We tell to-day in detail
of the most important feature of this great co-operative piano sale
o jrte'.i IVIS. ''T n'N.iil Ailaeu re.
THKRK is one BIG. COMPELLING feature nonnested with this co-onerativo mnvpmeni.
and this feature provides against the possibility of the piano being lost to the family in
event the head of the family should die before completing payments on the piano.
This unexcelled feature is set forth in the face of your contract in the simplest, yet strongest
language like this:
4 it is the voluntary practice of the undersigned to cancel all remaining payments on this contract
in event of death of the signer thereof before all intended payments thereon shall have become due
and payable, provided
that all payments then
due have been paid to
This is a simple state
ment, without any "frills
covering the whole
story. It is the intention
that this plan shall be
built upon the most lib
eral lines and that it
shall be co-operative and
helpful to each and every
person who participates
in it. The manufacturers and
others who are co-operating
with us to make this sale pos
sible want the saving to each
and every buyer to be the
greatest possible. We want
every protection that can be.
thought of, to go to each ana
every purchaser. In short, we
want this big, progressive sale
to be a standing advertise
ment for us as long as we aw
in business, and this volun
tary cancellation of the debt
is its crowning feature.
If the head of the family
dies if the bread winner die
if the source of income is stopped by death the piano is not lost to the family. The family does not have to work and
worry to meet the remaining payments. They are voluntarily cancelled and a clear "receipt in full" is given to the
family of the deceased. Isn't this a comforting and reassuring feature?
These pianos sure worth $350. The co-operative stale price is $248.75,
thus saving yon $101.25. The terms are $5 cash and $1.25 a week-;
: less than one-half the regular terms
rra..-. ...la smh, eaaVS a aW Mt A -K 4aIA am
inose wnu rVU at
liit iJKiuos ait' ain w iiuuuvivai
worth &tf The T added to this
price is $248.75. IF
The price includes
everything. There Cash then
are no extras of an y
kind. No interest
to be added. Nothing to be added for freight, stool, scarf, abso
lutely no extras. T wo h u ndred and forty -eight dollars and seventy-!
five cents is the price, and the price includes everything. i
These 200 pianos will be sold, 5 dollars cash, then 1 dollar and
2.5 cents a week. The 5 dollars just about covers the cartage andl
delivering yet the initial payment of 5 dollars is credited to your1
The piano is delivered immediately upon your making the initial payment of
." dollars. The remainder is payable at the rate of 1 dollar and '25 cents a week. "
I his gives you 195 wrrks in which to pay tor
the piano and still get it at the 0OoperatlVC sale
price of 2 hundred and 48 dollars and 75 cents,
or at a straight out saving of $101.25.
player-piano if they prefer
One liiindrt'il playaftplaMOS will also r sold on tliis vo-uerativr
The uniial arlee "f ifceaa plays plsan i five Inimlrnl anl
fifty dollars each. The ro-uperatlre price will ! tlim
hundred aad pjastyfiva lllar. NO INTEREST to be
The player-piano will rI b delivered immediately upon
the payment of five dollar.
Tlie payments will lie two dollar, a wi-ek givin you one
hundred and ninety-five weeks' time in which to make
your pavments the same as on the piano. The same
unconditional guarantee that is given on the piaoo is
given on the player-piano.
You can also get your money back at any time within thirty
You get the umr privilege of exchanging within a year a.
that given the piano.
All of the unpaid balance, will be voluntarily canceled in
event of asatb.
Also, a player-piano bench and nine rolls of mu.ic (your
own selection) are laduded nitliout cstra charge.
Kn arrangement Wtll be made with each purchaser wherein'
new player roits ran be procured at a cost of only i
cents a roll.
These player-piano arc standard ISVnot playerst that
is thev play every ante nn the piano when the ss,usic roll
Is ia motion These player-plane have an automatic shifter
which compel, tha music to play perfectly. M...I plaver
piano, .old at from t hundred to two hundred ami fifty
dollar, more than the.e will not play perfectly. Thee
nlayer-Dlanoa have lead tubing Most player-plaaos hav.
rubber tubing The life of rubber is one year at mo.t
lead lasts forever. I oaBnol wear out. and the tubing
in these plajer-pialio. i- SO p an
d it cannot be broken
Cat tlvts caupeci out aafj
Without obligation on my part, mall photo
Krai4a and )..-.. ni.i:. n of pianos and pla -'-plaooa
being eold on yuur co-op.ra.Uve plan to
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20th to 22d Street
NEW YORK CITY
TIN NEWYORK S a SHOPPING CENTRE
22d Street Elevators
E. W. 5-S-U.
j THE, SUNDAY WORLD'S Makes more "Offer, of Post
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