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THE EVENING WORLD, PRIDAT, VAT 9, 1913.
NEW TARIFF BILL
Urc Dcmocnrts Vote Against
Measure and Six Outside
? of Party Favor It.
PINAL VOTE, 281 TO 139.
Agents of Privilege and Protec
tion Gather for Peal Battle
Samuel M. William.
OfTTMfOldMl f Us-
WASHINGTON, Mar Ths Under
wood Tariff Reduction Mil, wMoh prom
lM to otiea-pen the coat of Urine,
PMNd la lower House of Coagraea
laat nUrht by a, vote of mora than two
M one. thereby reaching the half-mil.
pott on lta way toward 'becoming' law.
MM rote til for the Mil and in
"My Br Democratic member broke
wltli their party and Joined the Repub
lican opposition, l our of them were
from Louisiana, whore the augar
Planters are violently opposed to tak
ma the tariff off sugar. The fifth wee
har!es Bennett Smith of Buffalo,
editor of the Niagara Falls Journal,
who la against reduction of dutlea on
wheat and meats.
Three Western Progressives and
thrse Independents who nave been
classed with the Republicans, however,
voted for tlie bill. There was no dra
matic aoene nor exuberant enthusiasm
In the closing hours. Thres hours of
wearying roll calls on parliamentary
motions had thinned the galleries of
spectators snd left the members aun
rry for dinner. Everybody wanted to
set away, ao t ere was eager aaaent to
of the opposing parties that thetHoua
will mark time and not attempt any
important legislation until June 1.
For the next elx weeka or more the
e.entre of tariff activities will be in the
Sonata, where trades and r lunges are
certain to bo made. Even before the
Mouss finished the Senators wsre be
ginning their work. The Democratic
majority of the Henate Finance Com
mittee have dlvldod themselves Into
sub-committees, each taking certain
schedules for -onslderntlon. Meeting
are being held dfl.lv In committee
rooms end private offices of Senators
for hearing the complaint and de
mands of protected Interests
Representatives of many Industries
are arriving In Washington to work for
changes la the MIL There was general
undone tending among them that It was
useless to make any contest In the
House so all the firs has boon held for
the battle In the Senate. Her Is a
list of thoss already In Washington
representing allied aoaoclatlons:
AO E NTS OF PRIVILEGE GATHER
COR THE BATTLE.
Wool Growers 8. W. MoClure of Salt
Wo.l Manufacturer. William Whit
man and Wlnthrop Marvin of Boston.
lithographers Oeorge Meyercord of
Gold Loaf Aaaoclatlon William Hea
tings of Philadelphia and IT. H. Beards
fleld of Brooklyn.
Hosiery Trado-C. H. Brown of New
Pottery Manufacturers William Bar
gees of Morrlsvllle, N. J.
Olaas Manufacturers M. I Claus,
President of the Pittsburgh Plate Olaas
Thread Manufacturers A. It. Turner
of New York, Vlce-Presldejrt Barber
Flax Company and General Manager
Allea of J. P. Coatea, Pawtucket.
Celluloid Manufacturer -F. A. Gudger
of New York.
Beet Sugar Aasoclttlon -Truman O.
Palmar of Denver.
Hawaiian Sugar Growers O. R. Car
ter of Honolulu.
Southern Ootton Manufacturer! R.
M. Miller jr. of Charlotte, N. C.
Tanners' Association John E. Wilder.
Nemo patented taaal elastic
fabrics have changed the
whole Idea of corset assHng
Atk Ymmr Oeoer
You could serve
Tomato Soup a
every day in
Serve it as a delightful puree
simply by adding hot water; or make
a delicate bisque by adding hot milk
according to the easy directions on
Give it another pleasing effect
by dropping in each plateful a few
little cubes of bread toasted crisp
(croutons) or add a novel flavor by a
little grated cheese sprinkled over it.
You can make it extremely in
viting by serving it in bouillon cups
topped with whipped cream; or
make it extra hearty by adding
noodles or vermicelli or boiled rice.
In fact it is a half a dozen
soups in one ; and every one is
welcome and delicious.
10c a can
Look for the red-and-white label
Milling Intei rule A I'. Walker
Implement Manufacturers W. S
Thomas ot SprlngflelJ. O.
Ths lUnoal Manufacturers1 Assoria-
Uon held a conference .11 Washlnton
yestsrdav whleh was attended by a
score of ml'MIe Western manufacturer.
Including John Klrby Jr . President "I
the National' Manilla. -Hirers' ASSOgtS
tlon. The National Association nf
Lithographers holds its snnua! conven
tion next week In Washington Word
has been sent out that, while the Senate
Finance I'ommlttee will not hold Ml
public hnsrlngs, yet representatives of
InduetrHs can have conferences with
sub-cominlttes, and opportunity will !e
given to tliem lo present spr- IM.- facts
concerning their business as relnted M
tariff. Written briefs srr requested of
those who appear and Informal discus
sion Is allowed.
These sin. -committee hearings will last
p obil.lv for Ihred ntek Then all the
Iiem.K-r.iti- members .if lha eom:m:v.
nlll get together for 1 nnsnliilateJ e.s
ions, whii h may last another week ut
I more. Id whip Into cOnaftlS form the
IchaiUNM reciim mended hy its SUBM lit"
milters. Finally there will h- drat;
la revised bill, to be rmiortel to the
J Senate sum., lime In June. Mow 10110
I the S uat- Will gsball cannot be asfs
it Is pr.-n-ll. ally certain that many
minor chanurs a..' to be made In the
Semite which will necessitate I dtit con-
Ife'cnce with the House Kveni u.illv
there will emerge the l'nderwood-Si:n-monds
TavlfT bill, named after the 1 e in
o ratb" lenders of House snd Seni'e,
just as the last Hnptsbllrsn bill was
called the Payne-Aldrlch bill.
Home of the predicted changes are:
Italslng the duty on cotton goods to
help the Southern cotton manufacturers.
hangs! in (lie cattle ar.J meat
Nowriting the Income tai schedule so
as a make It more clear thougli not
vitally altering Its principles.
Help for the llthoeraplilr Industry.
Htralgnten'ng out festiites of the al
mlnlstistlvo sections, v-htrh Imtsvrters
declare hamper end restrl. t passage
through the custom houses.
Ureatest ,rrtfure will eome frosi the
wool and sugar Interests, but as Pet
there arc no Indications that they will
get out of the free list, whrre they srs
Among llepuhllcan members nf the
Senate there Is dlvl.li-d opinion how
much opposition should be presented
There may be opportunity of Joining
with n few dlasffected Democrat! mem
bers and beating Important schedules.
Some Hepuhll' ans favor taking advan
tage of ouch flukes. Others sipreos the
belief tint ths Democrats sh .aid he
allowed to pass the hill snd let Ho- pa in
try Judge the results, confident In quick
res tlon of sentiment agsln.t a M
U. S. ARMY AVIATOR KILLED
IN FLIGHT ON PACIFIC COAST
Aeroplane of I ieut. Park Hits a
Tree on Trip From San Diego
to I. os Angeles.
lOS ANur.l.KX, May -l.lsut. J. H
Park, a mllltsry aviator, who started
from Han Ikego this forrnnon on a fllgnt
to linn Angeles, was killed at Olive, SMs)
miles north of Hsnta Ana.
I, lent 1'a.rk met his dssth In s fall of
less thsn fifteen feet. He hud alighted
a quarter of a mile from the Olive
apHool muse on account of a heavy mis:
thnt ronfusrj him as to his heatings.
snd after giving s message to n little
sirl lo telephone t. illen Martin In Loe
Angeles he rose again Then he
twco.i uver low hIM and eraahed into
a tree He was deed when the little girl
and her father reached his side.
V ASHINUTON. May - Klrst l.leul.
Joseph t I'ark. Fourteenth Cavalry, i
was detailed to the army aviation service
Inst September. He was a native of
Ithode Island. With his death army
aviation has exacted a toll gf nine lives,
seven rommlsaloned officers and two In
st 1 uctora.
Illnner of eelal Students.
The second animal dinner of the School
for Mortal Studies nf the Lavman'a
league was MM at the l'ntn Square
Hotel last night It was attended hy a
large and enthusiastic gstehrlng The
principal speakers were Ir James I.
Walsh, former Comptroller lllrd 8. Coler
and Rev. T. J. s eady. 8. J. The UstfOf
dwslt on the necesalty for work oej so
clat lines. A warm tribute was paid to
the spiritual director. Father Shesly. for
his work in the upbuilding of the
mt Pansklss OeM.
iswbm. snails s sea an m
h srM. sr etser Mlartost
Us trial will eeovhsre eo
faeet Creasa PetMi rea sear
-uuess ( .. te curt St. Nee leek,
Good Music and Singing Good Food at Moderate Prices Our nth Floor Restaurant Combination!
Saturday Stationery Specials:
Gilt Initialled Correspondence Cards, in
box containing 44 nrd and 44 en- q
velopen. Hsndkome gilt initial. ASIC
Scotch Linen Lawn, regularly priced at Mr. Hoi
with 100 sheets of paper and 100 envelopes; OQ
special at OOC
17 Third near. On Kale Te-Merrew.
IN INLW YORK'S SHUPPlNG CEN1EK
Man's Regular 19c and 25c Pure
Iriih Linen Handkerchiefs at 12c
(Jtmlitirs never retailed under 10c and Uc,
hut a makcr'.e roundup of samples and odd
lots, including a small quantity of seconds
that have nn occasional thick thread or
T Mala fleer. Qw ftaU Te-I
The Season's Climtx in Value-Giving
Comes With These
worth from $6 to $12
at 3.98 &. 4.98
Milady will rave over these Hat A .sample lot which we secured from one of America 'a foremost millinery creators.
Hats of a multitude of moods. From the demure to the dashing, from piquant to stately. Chic turbans, pokes; wide sweeping
picture hats; soft nestling hats for the woman of simple coiffure. All brim-
96 to 8 Values ming with originality, ingenious manipulations. The assemblage offers $8 to 912 values
White Milans, Ratines. Hemps, with trimmings of flowers, wings, fancy 1ft i. 112
VJt0 feathers, ribbons, etc. On sale to-morrow. Vl!it0
CaT Nlmpeoa f'rawferd Co., Seeonrt Fleer. Oa Hale Te-Mnrrew.
An Important Sale, Saturday, with Unrivalled Values in
Misses,$24.50 Cutaway Suits at$16.50
Charming Suits they are, advance models with the latest new and smart teaturcs cleverly
wrought out in a way to catch the fancy of growing young ffumnn, They will go out in a hurry
at such a low price as $16.30.
A beautiful three-button long cutaway model, as illustrated, perfect reproduction of a new
Paris style fashioned of handsome quality men's wear serge, splendidly tailored and designed on
mannish lines, lined with peau de cygne; modified draped skirt. Also clearance of handsome
tailored suits of late design in attractive blouse and tailored styles; materials embrace wool,
eponge, serge and checks, in sixes 14 to 18 years. Formerly sold at $24.60 to $34.50.
Also a Clearance of Misses and Juniors' Frocks, Sii 7c
Tailored Suits and Dresses, Reduced to p 1 1 o O
iv5GHS ff '' li n)
a "-2.95 V
75 Afternoon Frocks oSChar
meuseand Crepe de Chine
Manufacturer's sample line,
all attractive models, hand
somely embroidered or lace
trimmed; siies 14 to 18 years,
100 $22.80 Tailored Dresses
of Serge and Shepherd
Check, at $11.78
All late spring styles.
14 to 18 years,
300 Misses' and Juniors' $24.78
Tailored Suite, at $11.78
1000 Girls' $1.80 Washable Dre
New crisp dresses of durable wash fabrics, all
attractive long or round waistcd QC,
stvles. in sizes 6 to 14 vcars. at
tir Mlaipeoa Crawford t o.
All fashionable models of popu
lar fabrics in elaborately trim
med or splendid tailored sty les;
sizes l.' to 18 11 TtZ
years, at splleO
Misses' and Girls' $1.80 Balkan Blouses
New blouse style with collar, cuffs and tie.
in contrasting shade, sites 10 to 40
Third Miw. On ssle To-Morrow.
To-Morrow'a Memorable Low Pricing of
Women's Coats, $14.75
Worth $19.75 and $24.75
Simpson Crawford enjoys an enviable
reputation among clever women as being the
store that supplies just what you are seeking
for less than you expect to pay. A very
practical example is this sale at a saving of
$3 00 to $10.00. You may select from the
smartest new suk moire and poplin Coats in
black and colors in SO or 45 inch lengths,
splendidly made, trimmed and draped and
richly lined with peau de cygne in delightful
pastel shades. Included are also the new
Mistral Voile Coats in blue or black over
satin and new Empire Coats of two-tone,
shepherd check and novelty cloths with
mandarin sleeves and Bulgarian silk trimmed
collar and cuffs.
1 f r Nateeea
Other Handsome New Model Coats,
suitable for all occasions. Sport coats,
travel, steamer, auto and beautiful
Dress Coats, A 4..,A
at $8.75 to $49.50
t rawler. Co.. Third gfcear. Oa Sal. Ts-M.r ..
Imported Jewelry at Price Reductions of to 5
An importer said to us: "I am going to Europe for my rail stock and will close out all my remaining merchandise at a price that
will enable you to sell it far below its original cost. 1 hat s the sum and sulistanoo oi these special price offerings.
La Vallieres, sterling silver, set
with the finest French rhine
stones, pretty designs, with pear
shaped pearl drops; also others
of silver and platinum finished
metal, with pearls, crystals, am
ethysts, sapphires, rhinestonea
and other popular
stones. $8.0vand $3.50 QE
values, at isvi
Bead Necklaces, the fashionuhle opera
lengths and colors to match uuy Qf.
gown; $i.00 value, at 5fOC
Bead Necklaces, opera lengths, extra fine
hand made beads. Newest novelty color
ings; strung on foxtail chains; Qf.
$5.50 value, at iaS.SfD
Coat Chains for Women, platinum fin
ished metal, set with stones; links
of chains are soldered ;$.00 value, at
Pearl Beads, opera leugths. indestructible
pearls, uniform and graduated;
solid gold clasp; $5.50 value, at. . $2.95
Sautoir Chains, set with pearls, amethysts,
umber and other stones, in gold and plati
num finished metal; Si. 00 value,
Hair Bandeaux, platinum finished metal, set
uritra ehinaulmiAi. ii ml naurlu ' nil lini'n
O III! I llllllnlWIIVH pvill S SOSB SBfS V l jj
fancy feathers; $4. 50 value, at 50c
8,000 Places Imported Jewelry
La Vallieres, Hat Pins. Bar
Pins and brooches; gold, silver
and platinum finished metals,
set with rhinestones, pearls and
colored stones, in very neat and
artistic designs; 500 designs to
select from; $1.00 sjp
value; at swOC
m rr W
Lingerie Blouses More Beautiful Than Ever
It is now an assured fact in the world of fashion that the sepa
rate skirt and blouse are to be more popular than ever this season.
Therefore a more abundant supply of Blouses is needed than ever
before. To meet the great demand we offer for to-morrow the fol
A dainty striped voile blouse, as illustrated, made with turn
dowo collar and turn-back cuffs, trimmed Cluny lace. Thi. i
only one of many new and attractivt- models at this price.
Beautiful white batiste blouses, elaborately trimmed with fitir Val.
and embroidered medallions. Also about tOO blouses, discontinued
models with sites broken, but all siies in the lot.
Illustration shows a dainty voile blouse effectively trimmed with
Val. lace, the collar, cuff h mid down centre is mude of colored voile,
an over collar and cuffs of fine Val. and velvet buttons down front.
1 his is only one of at least 50 models.
SS Hhnpeon Crawford Co.. Herond floor. On Hale To-Murrow
Special Saturday Prices on
Women's New Neckwear
Regular $2.80 Handsome Full Damp Proof Maline
Boas, with dainty ribbon bows that form charming
neckpieces. In buck, white and 0 fiishiouuhh pluin
and combination shudes. Another new 1 A t
lot for to-morrow ul 2 l4t7
Prince Imperial Sleeveless Nat
Gulmpos Made in SO ex
tremely smart style of fine
Brussels net with new style
nointed collar, double ruffle
Hnd dainty satin but- C
Ions; sprciul l
Pretty Novelty Neckwear All
the Rawest style collars with
wide ruffles, dainty imported
embroidered collar ami cuff
sets. Oriental embroidered
Krench crepe collars ollars ami
ruffles of tfepg net nml shsdow
special yt- JS Ule,
sw wew v w
Princ.aa Lac. Neckwear marked
below import cost. Odd collars
of various styles in uaudsoinc
designs: low necked square.
pointed on round Inn k shapes;
Cost anil Drsu collsfii Havers
collars; wi re .U lo .i mi, now
89c, $1.29 & $2.49
Slwavaloaa Not and Shadow
Lac. Gulmpos Low or high
nci'kfd, some shirred, olbers
lain: styles of which we sold
iK qUSntltlsi in last week's
pecittl 25c & 50c
IS Mala I loor. On Hale Tu. Morrow.
Fine Silk Stockings
Temptingly Priced at 95c
The quality Hosiery every woniM would want
to have peep rom under her slushed skirt.
Women's Pure Ingrain Silk Hose
Double garter top. reinforced soles, heels and
toes. Black, white, Un and Miorted QCr
shn.liM ttl Ml tnlk4.(l(liradut. oiiir ZJ
Woman's Boot Silk Hosi.ry,
black, tan or white. Smooth
even weave, very desirsble
quality, O C.
I pairs for $1 1 pr . sJsC
Woman's Black Silk Lisl.
Hose, double fuller lop, re
inforced heels and toes. Kooil
3 prs for SOc I pair
Man's Pur. Silk Half Hosa.
aceordioa stripe, assorted
similes; sliuhll.v ini
perfei t. Hrguhiriy SOc
Children's Whit. Cotton
Socks, fauey lop, assorted
ValttSI a pair
Childr.n'a Fin. Ribbod I. isle
Hose, blaek. Ian or
t prs lor SOc; pi 1 OC
Main lluur, Oa Kale lo-Morroo.
IMPSON CRAWFORD CO., SIXTH AVENUE.
Now Comes This Wonderful Bit of News m the
Purchase and Sale of 1700
' You can have anything you want at your
own price I want cash," said a manufacturer,
who needed cash urgently, and with JSu
2- Button Sack
3- Button Sack
All $15 and $18
In serges, tweeds, cheviots, cassiineres and
fancy novelty effects, in the latest coloring
effects, in tans, gray aud browns; also the new
pencil stripes, in black, blue and gray grounds.
All hand tailored, cut and made very stylish,
and sizes for men and youths of 34 to 40.
Sis. Lined Suits
4 SUk Lined Suits
Pstth Pocket Suits
Valuo W0 and $25
Choose from strictly all wool serges, chev
iot,, fancy worsteds and tweeds, made one-half
or full lined, with either pure ilk or alpaca
fabrics mid colors thnt tire only to be found in custom clothes. All shown in this
lot. Si.es Hi) to U,
Set' asee.S ileae. Oa Sale TeMesre.
TO JoTH STREET