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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1913.
PITCHER AS HERO.
SEEN THIS WEEK
Hatty" Helped lo Write "The
Qrl ind t lie Pennant" for
the Lyric The itre.
ANOTHER NEW PI Y.
"The Love Leash" it the Hai rla
' Forbti Robertson In " An
tony ind Cleopatra."
I!E c;ill nti.1 trip IVtm ml
hniM'l.i.ll i.l. iv 1 1 1 n n h II: I
rhi"ii Young w it n II
bc of Ctirlat Mathcwaon, tin. mr
Dltchvr of th Oianla, will h protfucad
at tha Lyrta Thaatra on Thuraday
rtgtit. in tha piny than ll n atgf
prteh.r who la Inducad. t . la n win
party tha ntcht bafora ih ggtna ui on
which tha BtBBlBI of tha pmiMnl 4 a
panda. Tha tram tli.il raltaa gpon turn
la ownri hy a jrotlM aoniati who hag
bar hanria full gafaatlng tha achamag
of tha rival mi.iti.iki i . 'in. m na is da
aotad to the glMmporUUll IM with
ralla from Ikg fang aildniK to tha
gaeltamant. WlUlaal Pourtena) arlll ia
tha pitcher gag norgnog Raad Iba girl
who la out fur thr pennant. Tin oaat
will alao In. -In. I.. Tnllv Murxluill. ' il-
Tin Thomaa. M,l'lm WIHUin. WIIIIgM
Moaallr, Lola Planer. M.irliui llnllou,
thai Btannarri mid Moranea Dgghon.
aa tha Marrli Theatre thin eve-
nlng "Tha Love Ugggh," a Mffigdy b
Anna Bteeia lllrhardxm ami Kilmund j
will he gffgfgg A inn who haa I
married gf ten yeara l aurfclt.d
with affection and bg epre. hi dla- i
contentment with life bj Iba family'
lwjrr Thl dln uealnn I nvi rlii ard .dy
tha wife, wttn yfgtgglg that ghg tog haa
concealing hei feellnita and that
la bored with her bttgbgnil They
upon a trial divorce for a row, i
and aha dacldaa to occupy her time a)
becoming the patron of a MfBSfUai
BMlglclan, while he expecle to fln.1 in
toreat In an attracllva novellai ready t,i
Indulga In a flirtation with the hope M
Bndlng copy for her next "best aellrr."
In tba cant will be Urara Pllkln, Ann
gfar ad I th, Iaabal llleharda, Maude (Iran
far, Klllott Daxter, Paul Kerr. Henry
Btaveneon, Barnard Fairfgr and Uw-
Barnard Bbaw'a "Caeaar and Cleo
patra" will ba revived hy Forbaa-Itnh-artaon
at tha Mhubert Thaatra thla
evening Oertrtida Elliott will again
ba aaan aa tha glrllah Cleopatra. Thla
dallfhtful play la to ba given through
gat tba weak.
THhxtaa," a mualral play by Eugene
W. Hartar. of Eraamua Hall High
Bab ll ol, waa praaantad on Saturday night
xa tha Oreat Hall of the College of tha
Crty of Now Tork. under tha auaplraa
at tha Naw Tork Latin Club. The per
formanea waa In tha Intereat of the
Oreek aahalarahlp recently eatabllahed
by tha club. The operetta la bawd
Ollbart'a "1'yguiallon and nil-
Nothing:" Tiie.dav. "Hamlet:" Wed-
r . -.1 i MM llha'i "tt I g M 1 King."
Wadnaadgy n'.Lhi. Taming of the
ainin. ThtirgdgJ nigM. Mil''"'!."
I'i I i . T ie Marrhgnl "f Venice." Set
ir :.i itati iie. "Until Ad" tboui Nth
Iuk " s. il ii In night. "Hornoi and
Jiilb t. '
ii ii vVarntfi In "Tha Qhgei Braak.
ii, ' i ..Mi. 0 I ha 'Irand I pera rfoggg,
gad the Wi: Pud Theatre Bill have
When bragma t'otn True," tn-nlght.
rii Trn udern Btirtagqugrg" Bill bg
it th" fotannia.
"The Bag ll Pai Ida" will be r-een it
In- Man i. H I. Theatre.
a: it.-. bring hi PJaanly Show"
i . M . i ivipi.'i. Tnaglra At Miner'
ii Hi. Mfiix Bl bg The Happy
T ml Bill have F.lllca of
Pleai ire "
t i ia rata Thaatra loalffhl Marie
l.i.i.l Ii r ,.i v headline ho-sr with
Nthal' Lgva) ABtoBI otter Bill he
Amelia M i" ami Ainand Ka:i In a
m iei al eklt Paul atortBD and NglMBI j
lllaea In "My Lad .if the Bungalow" !
ati.l Armatfong and Kurd.
rVllhle Bard, an Kngllah eomadlan, I
all bi i-i I ha hill at Hammaralaln'i
, Igrg Othari I"' I'alinia. Wlneor I
McKay, lha P.u' r iria. Maddag and.
Kltgpatrl lha llaWgrl MIMera and'
St.. , nan. Van gnd Mvman.
At the L'olonlgl Theatre he Va- j
laahg guratl In rJIgoh crapa gad tia-
mondf," Harry Tight and HI Collegi
an. Kill I Qragn. Maivllla and 1 Igglna,
s, I im s Marble Statue and Man
Thi Mhambrg Thaatra win hav win-
lam Brady'a plavlet. "Ileauty la f'nly .
rkn- peep" Jgmgg an, I Honnle Thorn-1
Ion, "Naptuna'g dardan of Living Htat-
it. ," Johnny Cnnl wall n mi itta 'aikr,
i:v I SMlley ami g :,ere
M ir e DrgggkH h,ii top the bill at tha
Bronx Tbratre iilhem will be Jack
WMaon, ien MoOlrgBgy in "Bill
gykaa," Atakandar Brothafli Julia Naah
In "Her Klret Cgaa and Wheeler and
Wllaon In a niiiMb'iil nklt.
fvllttg Sieger In "The Warning" will,
bg the i, en. inner at Kelth'a Union
gnarg Theatie Among oilier will ba
tin- Thrgg Kaatona the Ra hakellar
TrlO, rVllta Holl Wakefield, William
rralnd and Viny I .. -... r In "Tha Ilutlar
gad the Maid," and the CJalrmont
Tyrone Power In "The Stranger at tha
tnn" aTI ha th faaitirra at Biwctryfa
l ifth Avanua Thaatra Thera will alao
b.- Kddl Foy and gilB Seven Little Foyf.
Harry Kellv and l.ee Harrleon. IdlNMlHI
and Jogaphjng Punf.e. rnprano The
Six M,nirel Kiddle will be the feat ure
t tne TBanty.fhlrd Street Theatie
Vera Sahin. dnneie. will be at the
l'lft -a.glith Stieet In-ntre I'rancea
Clara In "Jua' Kid " will lie Uie main
gtlraglBNI a' the One Hundred and
Twentv-tlfth Street Theatre.
Mrru new ha opene.l h' ltet the
aire, the iirpheum, In Third avenue, he.
IWggfl Klahtv-alxth n.l bjMFggfgnlh
elrae:, on BglUrdg) night A number of
well-Known xtare made tneir appearance
iinanin,iine,l and I h'.w vaudeville hill
ha heen arranged for Ihll week
IN BROOKLYN The l.,,,ertv lrl"
rfim,; to the rvintnre
The efgadyWgdl and Their Hahy"
a-lll ha een at a)ie flavety.
EDNA MAY INVAUOEVILLE.
i r m Ar an. of "Halle, of Jev Tork'
to Hefnrn fo ae
Mag May, who In private Ufa la Mra.
OggBf l.ewi-ohn. I to return to tha
tage next month and arlll go Into
When M May gave up tha atagw to
marry he daolarad that afhe would
never return to th footllghta. and Mr.
Lawlaohn haa alwaya denhxd ahat hla
wtfa would play again.
Ancordlng to the plana now arranged
aha will do a ram along ra vaudarTna.
alngtng gom new aonga aa wall aa tha
"Follow On" Bong, which made her fa-
mou when ahe played the Salvattun
Army girl In 'The lloll of New York."
She will open In New Vork at Uhe Pal
ace Theatre early ,n November, an I
he will h een In other New York
vaudeville h usee gOflfl afterward.
SAFE BREAKERS FOOLED,
Aboil ago Total loot Reaped,
Thonah Knnr atnre are ItoM.ed.
Burglgrl aho hrok,- Into four f irnlt ire
lure mine time between Saturday
niKht and thl giornlni reaped mall
lout for their pain Two Horea ba
longlng to the Dgalgfh brother, one at
,o, 'A Avenue A atid one at No. Si'fia
Third avenu. wara arrtared. bath
through tha roof. The aafa In each
place we ripped open with a "can
opener" jimmy, but neither contained
more than a few dollar.
ThlgVM got Into the atnre of I.on.ihein
Kahck at No. 149 Kcx ulreet nd
opened the Inner compartment of a
email aafe wl-h-h aaa not I losed Thera
they got about Ito Apparently tha
xame thieve want neat door, to tha
I'nitad Fumltura Company at No. 161
i Kaeeg atreet, and davoted g lot of
! energy lo hrenklng open a alg-fnot aafe.
There wann't a cent In it, but from the
drawer In the , h er'a dk they got
omathina le than IS. Altogether It
'waa a hd week-end for aafe robbera.
Best Table Sauce
Hotiacwlvca know It for Ita
rare quality and rich flavor.
THg oawiNAk woaccgrgnaHiat
geet Htmnln. akal W
aaaa, taafa wraviaa, etc
8U v Croren Fvrryvbrrt
It's Self -raisin
SAGE TEA DANDY
It's (iruntlmot lier's Recipe to
Hrinp Back Color and
Lustre to Hair.
For their laat week at the Manhattan
Optra Uouaa B. H. Snthern and Julia
Marlawa have arranged thl achadula
af playa: To-night, "Much Ado About
You can turn gray, faded hair beau
ttftilly dark anil luttrotia almoat over
night if you'll get a 50-cent bottle of
"Wvetli's Sage anil Sulphur Hair
Kemrtly" at any drug More. Million of
bottlea of tin. old, famoua Sage Teg
Rrripe err nld annually, aaya g well
known ilruggixt here, becguaa it darken
the hair an naturally and evenly that no
one can tell it ha been applied.
Tlie wlmne hair i turning gray, be
coming faded, dry, acragaly and thin,
havr a urprie awaiting them, became
after one or two application the gray
hair vaninlir and your ba-k become
luxuriantly dark and beautiful all dan
druff gang, ralp itrliing and falling hair
Thi i the age of youth, tiray-hairrd,
unattractive folk aren't wanted around,
go get hu-y with Wyrth'a Sage and Sul
phur to-night and you'll be delighted
with your dark, hantlaomr hair and vour
youthful appearance within a few day.
Evrv Business Man Should VI fie
aglBBcal Armory, Lcxlaglon Ave. and Mth St.
OPEN ALL THIS WEEK -12 Noo fa 10:30 P. M.
'The World. Leaglnr IICS1NKSS AI'IM.IANrKS and EKFICIENCY PROMOTTNQ
' SYSI KMH will ba demonairated by exiierta.
9 Go to thl Show! Invoatlgntvt Ak queatlonal It will lie worth dollar to you.
Tkm International Typewriting Content for SPEED and ACCURACY,
wiUho Aaaf of ffta BUSINESS SHO W. Tuoday Evening. Oct. 2 lit, al 7:30
No Money Down
Club plana or ridiculously small depoait will attract the inexperienced
r, out the wise ahopper will look lor the honeit concern that don t
proapecti ve buyer into a net of high price and ironclad condition.
ol our gtraightforward dealing ia borne out by the fact that we are
it furniture and carpet distributer in the country. Our enormoua
g power enable ua to offer you egceptional value.
One Low Price Caab or Credit.
Best Credit System
411 Goods Marked
Id Plain Figures
7Km Dufold Sofa Bad frama ii
amUdfy eon it rue tad in oak; golden
BatfaA Ihe mat and hack are up
hmUtarad in Imperial leather.
Whom epen fa a full BA AO
gtaa had; when eloied A&Wfk
I.Alt ..JA. 'Mil aVU J
When Cloned 4 Ft. Wide.
MJTetF-TOWN DEIIVtRIES TO VOIR HOU t BY M0T0K IR'JCK
Lord & Taylor
The Store Opena at 0 A. M. Close at 0 P. M.
Original Imported Models in
Evening & Afternoon
Gowns & Tailored Suits
Now offered at
$65.00, $9500, $125.00, $175-00 up
$125.00 $845.00 $475.00 $295.00 $350.00
(Special Order Department, Third Floor)
The Millinery Salon
Will offer Tomorrow. Tuesday,
a number of
French Model Hats
at prices ranging from
$25.00 to $50.00
A is 6
A Selection of
from our own Workrooms
$16.50 to $30.00
Extraordinary Values in Carefully Selected
Oriental Carpets & Rugs
Extra Quality Muiiabad Carpets
$120.00, $13500, $150.00
Actual Values $200.00 to $250.00
Best Grade Asia Minor Carpets
$75.00 to $185.00
Actual Values $125.00 to $800.00
Fine Afghan Carpets
$65.00 to $05.00
Actual Values $05.00 to $150.00
Mosul & Kurdistan Rugs
Average Size 4 x 6
??. 50 & $25.00
Actual Values $$5.00 to $45.00
Shirvan & Daghestan Rugs
$17.50 & $22.50
Actual Values $80.00 to $33.00
Broadway Si 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 10th St.
James McCreery & Co.
34th Street 5th Avenue 23rd Street
On Tuesday, October the 21st
CLUNY & FILET LACES
(Real and Imitation)
The stock comprises complete assortments of
Edges, Insertions and Medallions for trimming of
dresses, waists and underwear; also special patterns
for fancy work and trimming of linens.
Specially Priced aa follows:
Real Cluny Laces 14c to 65c yd.
formerly 30c to 1.00
Real Filet Laees 45c to 6.75 yd.
formerly lie to 9.00
Imitation Cluny Laces, all linen
formerly 50c to 2.00 25c to 95c doz. yds.
30c to 75c 20c to 48c yd.
20c to 35c 1 Oc to 20c yd.
Imitation Filet Laces 8c to 58c yd.
formerly 15c to 95c
Ostrich and Marabout Scarfs with tassel ends.
value 2.25. 150
Ostrich and Marabout Capes, Natural or
Black, Black and White and Natural and White,
value 3.50 to 4.75. 2.50, 2.95 and 3.25
Ostrich and Marabout Collars with ribbon and
tassel ends. value 4. 75, 3.25
Ostrich and Marabout Muffs 4.50
, value 6.50
LEATHER GOODS & STATIONERY
At Exceptional Prices.
Women's Shopping Bags of Pin Seal with in
side frame; finished in gilt, nickel or pun metal.
Moire Silk Bags fitted with purse and mirror.
Limousine or Dressing Cases of Morocco,
fitted with nine celluloid toilet articles. 500
Cabinets containing 50 sheets of paper and
envelopes, fabric finish. m cabinet, 25c
Cabinets containing paper and correspondence
cards and envelopes, equally divided; any initial
in gold. cabinet, 45c
Desk Sets, made ol Tapestry, trimmed with
gold braid; 4 pieces. value 5.00, 3.00
Opera Bags, made of Veknir and Tapestry ....
value a.00. 1 .45
Scrap Baskets, various shapes 1 .00
Hand-embroidered Centrepieces, Scarfs and
Sofa Pillows. 1 .95 to 2200
value 4-90 So 92.00
Moire and Satin Taffeta Ribbon, la an exten
sive range of colors, also Black or White. French
Taffeta Ribbon In Pink or Blue. OVi Inches wide.
A variety of Fancy Ribbons In light and dark
colors. ki to 6 inohes wide. 35o yd.
WORLD WANTS WORLD
THEY WORK WONDERS TRY
WORLD WANTS WORLD
;i;Altoum & 0Ji
are displaying the late Autumn styles In j
Women's Ready-to-wear Dresses
for Afternoon and Evening, featuring the new
shades in such fashionable silk fabrics as
crepe meteor, cnarmeuse, the supple satins,
chiffons and crepe de Chine.
A soecial offer: nz for to-morrow (Tuesday)
will comprise the following, a number of
which are imported:
Afternoon and Evening: Dresses
Heretofore $45.00 to 55.00 . at $32.00
Heretofore 65.00 to 75.00 . at 48.00
Heretofore 100.00 to 150.00 . at 78.00
The Velvet Department
The new colors approved in Paris are shown
in Velours Salome, Soft Silk Plush, English
Corduroys and Velveteens, and All - Silk
Special for to-morrow (Tuesday)
IMPORTED BLACK DRESS VELVET
soft finish and fast pile (42 inches wide), here
tofore $8.50 per yard .... at $3.90
Mall and Telephone Qrdera will receive prompt attentloa.
1. Altaian & (&
To-morrow ( Tuesday), a special sale in me ruse
Floor Millinery Department will consist of
Women's Black Velvet Hats
(Trimmed and Un trimmed)
at very much below the usual prices.
Black Velvet Hats, trimmed with fancy
feathers or ribbon . . $6.75 & 9.50
Untrimmed Black Velvet Hats at 2.50 & 3.90
Also a selection of Ostrich Plumes. 16 inches
long, in black or white, at the special price
The Novelty Jewelry Department
will also hold a bale to-morrow (luesaay),
offering special values in the following:
Collar Bands of black m&line, with rhlne
stone buckle and clasp set in sterling silver,
actual value $5.00 each . at $2.75
Sautolrs of black moire ribbon, with rhlne
stone buckle set in sterling silver, actual
value $2.25 each at $.25
Hat Pins of quartz in a variety of colors,
combined with cut crystal, actual value
$1.75 each at $f.00
Pompadour and Empire Fans, of silk la
various colors, decorated with gold lace and
paillettes, with sandal-wood mounting; act
ual value $3.50 each at $2.50
Black Moire Silk Bags, silk lined In attractive
colore, sterling silver trimmed; In two styles,
one with purse and mirror, one with purse
only t actual value $5.50 at $5.00
Altmatt & Ola:
will make an unusual offering to-morrow ,
Men's Gabardine Raincoats
a A.A JiL -1(1. 1 I a
and sleeves, usually sold at $29.50, at the f
special price of 514.5ft
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