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TH1 EVIlflHQ WORLD, FRIDAY, MAT 9, 1918.
CONTROLS STAGE TO-DAY
DECLARES ADA RERAN
Public No Longer Has Ideal?,
but Seeks Only to Be
AmuseJ, She Says.
Aboard the An 1 'it Una ItJasSShlp
Phfladaiphla, tailing to-lay, a M!b
Ada RatMW). whom BaSM pot.nt on
Us Anaarlran at a a. turn foranVa aao,
aha u the lor of tha Daly
f notad artnra ami MtfMMt
Mm Rahan said M i going to apand
Ave iiiHIii In England . r 1 that har
fnaau after that deprndad on
"whatarar whim arlsaa ma."
TSa ana KM favorlta of thouaandi.
tiuaa fagura waa immortallied In tha
faasana gflrar statu, at ttia OMcago
poattloa. mad har ralodlotory a lamant
Car la a eondlflon of tha prasant dav
Tka atara haa daganarated aadlr tn
sajesnt jwara." aha aald. "Thla daeadanea
li data to tha tnanasara, who hava no
saw far art but only for tha boa offlra
ad who foroa Inferior prodtar-
OS) tha public barauaa thay ara
and tha nat racatpta will ba
SET ONE STYLE FOR
MM MOINfM, May . Wor
ried onr the high cott of llrlngf
II !l. here It the real caute, ac-
cording to Prof. Walter Kargent
of the VHltertily of Chicago
In n In tun hrrc he dc' tared
that the troublr wat that Amcrl
ran frown air in a matt purtuit
of thr l ariiino fndt of drett. and
"anrpt tlrslgnt from the Euro
pean fathion t rntret at manitatrt
in terhnir of drett"
Thr rrmrdy: "American thould
he like thr Chlnete woman. Rhr,
thould hare an rttabHthed ttyle
of drrtt and follow that ttyle.
Thr Frenrh tend drett detlgnt to
America which thry thrmtelvet
will not accept. It it no wonder
that womm in America make
themtclrrt grotetque in thr garb
Hr thinkt a national committee
of artittt thould make the detlgni
tnr both drett and houtehold furniture.
i la plant? of tood talant anions
tka aetars aad aetraaaea of to-day, but
pt ndaratapad undar tha a pint of
eomroarcjallam which tha tnana-
aaaplay. Nor doaa tha uMlo 1a
ta tta farorltaa tha Iowa that waa onea
I to Mary Aadareon. for tnatanoe.
public ro to tha theatre to ba
only aad vlewe tha stage paopia
aaUy talUt ourloalty."
Oaa. C. I. K. Bartun. commandar of
tta yacht Island, which waa buUt for
Mirtia K. Plant of thla dty but la now
laail by tha Oountaaa Taraatehaaho of
It Patarabura. waa a paaeanger on tha
let phi. Capt. Bartun haa haan
lander of tha loland atnea aha
: Into oanunlaalon and haa navigated
tha blf yacht SOO.nun ml lea In that time.
Tha jovial aklpper lava a little party
la tha amok room befora aalllna and
entertained ao royally that ona of hla
fueeta, Victor Maude, tha EngHah actor,
anlaaad tha laat call to fo aahora and
feed to ba taken back to tha pier by the
lug John Nlchola.
Another of tha ahlp'a paabengera waa
Httla Mlaa Oartruda I'hllllpa, daughtar of
Richard Pbllllpa of Hartford, Conn., and
taV preatdent of the Doll and Fairy
Ma Piety. Praaldant Oartruda bellevea
hat little gtrla ahould remain little airia
a lone a they can aha la aeventeen
aad her aoclaty la deelgned to perpetuate
the love for dolla and fairy atorlaa In
atria who would otherwlae be graduating
too awtftly Into tha tango tea and
MEW'S & BOYS' CLOTHING, HATS A FURNISHINGS
Wc put the greatest possible value into all
our clothes because we learned years ago
that the man who buys an eighteen dollar
suit today is very likely to buy a fifty
dollar suit at some future time.
As we are in business to make customers
and noO merely sales, we realize the impor
tance of keeping up the same standard of
value through our entire price range.
We promise your money' worth at every
price nothing more and never leas.
Spring Suits $18 to $42
Spring Overcoats $16 to $42
Astor Place. Fourth Avenue,
10 WAY, AT THE DOOR-ONC BLOCK FROM BROAD WAV
Dead n.y I. Co.al.rtor'a ratforen. !
The holy nf a man waa waehori j
aahora to-day at K verity ninth atraet
and Rhore mad. Hay Hinge. It waa
olad In tha uniform of the Second Ave
nue Railway Company. The man ana
about forty yeara oM, five feet, eight
Inchea In height. The rouetaohe waa
aaady, and tha hair dark brown. The
man waa partly bald.
Special Clearing Sale of
ARREST WOMAN AT CHURCH.
the Baoafca Wla.lawa aad Battlea
A woman, who gave her name aa
rtdxet Campbell and refuaed to dl
valgc her addraai. created conaldar
able eacltament among the worahlpperi
at early maaa In St Vincent d,e Haul'a
Church at North 8lxth etraet, near
Orlgga avenue, Wtlllamaburg, thla
yarning when, refuaed entrance by the
aaaton at tha door, aha ran around to
the rectory and broke two front win'
djawa by throwing atone a through them
It took three policemen tu get hvr to
tha Bedford avenue atatloa and there,
aa aooa aa her arma were relaaaad, aha
broke tha ahadea of both lampa In
nat at hla deak. Magietrate Uelamar.
la tha Manhattan Avenue Court held
har la W ball for (elimination to
IF YOUR CHILD
NEEDS A PHYSIC.
If Cross, Feverish, Tongue'
Coated, Give "Syrup of
Figs" to Clean the
Grands, Uprights & Player Pianos
The largest and finest collection to be
seen under one roof in New York City.
Nearly Two Hundred Instruments Are Offered
in this Sale and Many Are Nearly New
Tliis attractive collection of Pianos is made up from our
own stock and the great rental stock of Geo. W. Herbert.
Look at tha tongue. Mother I If
roatoil. it ia a aura aign that your little
onr'a inaidra, tha atomach, liver and !
Mil fret of bowrla are clogged up with !
putrefying waate matter and need u ;
gentle, thorough rleanaing at onre.
When your child ia lietleaa, drooping, i
pale, doran t alcep eoundly or eat heartily
or la rroaa, irritable, feveriah, atomach
eotir; breath bad; bai etomach-ache.
diarrhoea., aore throat, or ia full of cold,
live a Uaapoonful of Myrup of rige, anil
n a few honra all the foul, coaatinated
waite, undigeitod food and tour bile will
Kntlv move on and out of ita little
wela without nauaea. griping or weak
nraa, and you anrely will have a well,
happy and amiling child again ahortly.
With Syrup of Fia you are not drug
ging your children: neing rnmpoaed en
tirely of luarioui figa, arnna and aro
nialiri, it cannot be harmful, beaidca
Ihey dearly love ill deliciotia taate.
Mothers ahould alwaya keep Syrup
of Figa handy. It ia the only atomach,
liver and bowel rleanacr and regulator
needed. A little given to-day will aave
u ailk child to-morrow.
Full direction for children of all agea
and for grown-upa plainly printed on thr
Aek your druggist for the full name,
"Syrup of Figa and Klixir of Senna,"
prepared by the California Fig Syrup
Co. Thia i the delicioua taating, genu-
ine old reliable. Hefuae anuthing elar.l
14 Grand Pianos
$150 to $550
8 of these are
4 Steinway Uprights
$275 to $350
3 Chickerinf Uprights
at $200 to $250
from $150 to $225
Weber, Chickerinf, Emereoo, Chaae, Behr, Haxaltan, Ruts,
Herbert, Cafcy, Howard, and a variety of other makes.
$100 to $150
$275 to $550
Steinway Player Piano
A number of St rich & Zeidler Grand, Upright and Player Pianos
(discontinued styles) arc offered much below their intrinsic value.
REASONABLE TERMS IF DESIRED
STRICH & ZEIDLER
Manufacturers of Artistic Pianos
28 and 30 West 20th St., near 5th Ave.
CATALOGUES MAILED ON REQUEST
It's made in the Largest Worcestershire
Sauce Factorv in the World
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Where High Quality
and Extreme Values Meet !
f $5, $7.50, $10 and More Savings on Over 25,000 1
eFine Hackett-Carhart Spring and Summer Suits
Who ever heard of high quality and extreme values
being wedded at this season of the year?
As usual, the Hackett-Carhart stores have the unusual.
Here high quality and extreme value is combined to
a greater degree than is common at the season's end.
Quality should always be your first consideration when
For nothing gives so little return, such small satisfac
tion as poorly made, badly styled, low priced clothes.
Every garment that is a part of this sensational offering
is of rare high quality And all are Hackett-Carhart garments
the highest standard of ready-for-service clothes.
In each one, you are sure of the best in tailoring, the
belt in fabric, the newest, most correct in style.
Furthermore, your selection must give you the same full
and satisfactory service that you would expect had you
paid the full regular price.
lit failure to Jo to give you the right to exchange
the garment or have your money refunded.
Really you cannot afford to wear any other clothes
for no other clothes in America are as good as these at their
present day price.
They are, in fact, the very best of good clothes guar
anteed to give you the longest service distinctively correct
in style at prices which are positively lower than those
of the most commonplace clothes.
Were it not for the fact that our big tailoring plant was
idle for more than two months owing to labor troubles
these garments would have today been on the counters of the
finest retailers in America.
Instead, because of the great delay, orders for them were
cancelled and they are left on our hands to be sold under -price
No more wonderful clothes news ever came to you at
the season's beginning a rim; when you must pay top
prices for high grade clothes in virtually every other store
in the United States.
To-day's showing includes nearly 5,000 crisp, new gar
ments fresh from the tailors' hands, only this week.
$13.50 to $20 Young
Men's and Broken Size JJQ
Spring and Summer
jjjT Spring and Summer
rjfc $22.50, $25 and $30 Fine
!r Sirring and Summer
Spring and Summer
e Included ara fine Woratrdi. excellent EngUah
EC and English and Scotch effects.
TSrr Mv4la include EneJish styles, Conservative
e styles. College styles, Young Men's styles and
Norfolk. FuU lined, half lined, and quarter
All the Gray are here, the newest Blues, the
handsomest Browns, correct mixtures -oil the
new Hair-line Stripes, London Stripes, Black
and White effects. Silk Mixtures, fancy Weaves.
And all the checks Club, Pin and Qlen designs.
Sixes for men, young men, ana ooys
Blue Serge Suit Savings
$22.50 Standard Value English
Weave Serge Suits. All 1 C
Models, Including Norfolk flO
$25 Standard Value English
Finish Blue Serge Suits . . .
In presenting these savings in Blue Serge ,
your attention ia directed to a few essential
details aa follow:
These Serges are of the very higheat standard.
They will never fade. They will not shine
readily. Nor will they pull at the seams, or
cockle at the edgea. And always will they
retain a deep lustrous finish, for which these
English weave and English finish Serges are
Furthermore, the tailoring is all the work
of craftsmen who have by years of experience
tailoring practically only Serges become so
proficient that these garments are irreproachable
as example of clever tailoring. And their
ahape retaining qualities are really remarkable.
In comfort, service and style, you will find
these Serge suits to ba America's foremost value.
Spring Overcoat Specials
$20, $2LS0 and $25 SiWnsd Dram
Black and Oxford Vicuna OvwcoaU, Tan
and Oxford Covert Guard Coals, and
Smart Sslt-sloovo Meter and Street f e
$13.50 and $15 Boys' and
Young Men's Long Treuser
Norfolk and College Suits . . .
Siies 31 to 38 breast, IS to 22 years.
Included are handsome Velours, Cassiineres,
Cheviots and Serges smart new models, correct
end exclusive deeigns, all excellent fabrics and
tailoring, end assured long service.
'At 841 Broadway mi Harlem Stores Only.;
$6.75, $730 and $830 Childrm't
Norfolk, Double Bretstcd,
Knickers, Extra Knicker Nor- ., .
folks, Blue Serge Norfolk. Reef
ers, sailors and Kuuiar.s
$1 to $3 Broken
Russian and Sailor
Size Wash Suits,
Straw Hat Sale
Without Precedent m
Near Chamber Si.,
Opposite City Hall.
at I3tli street,
One of America's iinest otraw Hi t makers
and importers sold us his entire factory stock
under price. Your savings are r.ecrly half and
Every hat is of first quality, high standard,
and' correct style.
tt to Hand Made. Hand Fini.hed
Foreign and American Straw Hats, a 7 r fjfc
All Correct Braids and Models
119 W. 42d It,
J4 East 12'th It
Nr.ir 3d Avinus.
offers for Saturday and
Monday 25 and 430
Suits made to order tor
This sale should appeal 1o all men who want to he care
fully dressed and in height of fashion for little cost. A
larue selection of all new fabrics lor spring and summer
suitings of blue, brown and gray, in plum ami ian?y
Miss This, and You Will Miss a Good Bargain.
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Telephone 5900 Main
376 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, N.Y
15 Minutes by Subway from .
Grand Central to Borouqh Hall Station
THE Sunday World's Want Directory makes
more "Offers of Positions'' than any
M- other two mtxUiuns in the unit
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