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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1918.
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Black Handera Hollow ix
Blinds for Money by l-x-ploding
I'lnmhlmi Mailman trre.leS.
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to-dav BrwSSei M I Angelina O MHO, j
who IKrM Willi tii- numb 4. Oftwtei In'
the rear of j Nat I ' '..( . at MO III I
K.is- !' t-etith Street 1i left htr '
tifi ami .tnrtni l IB .': Ml -OOf lo In- ;
Whin i ta within ftw fe of t'u
door MM n bUMIIng Sheet "' I' '
and v i" hu-l'l to Hi H i ir by a blael
that ! re tlir ilmir from III Rlntca ami
dropi ".i it urn i- her Mt derblne, I
atunni'd, pr.ii'K up rlntl ilardil .t '
tbe recl,d doorway lulu tie re-t
P. m nit In I er n.ijit rl.ithra anil hr
bora fet were rut by broken si.
An in- Vint later an.l ite-robed tig- I
are. er iaahlng into ihe street I
about bar! not only from Pie tm.ldlna
In a.Vt-h lived bit a:o ,i ev
oral balldlngi In Iba neis'it'orhood. A
oomrany at polli eirn arrived ajU tbly,
but may aonll do little toward euleung
tha patilc of the pe.'plr iint:l ihe iioit..
of a nearuy Oatnoln abUNb appeal ad
an 1 aa.ured Iba friahlened men and
won. an that there wa no mora dan u
The b.imb which a nearly k:'led Mf
Oerbin partially wrecked the frunt of
bar huaband'a a .op and btoka window
afcov. and In building, aaveral door
an ay The dnmaa amounted to abojt
Both the OarMnol dantad thay had
n rvrt Hi. k Hand lettSr but n k (i
bora told datactlrao that In the la.t ata
weak she couple had had two demanda
flrom the Baaak Hand
De'.eetlvee frowi both the Fifth atreet
and the East Twenty-aecotid otraet
etatlcns ruahad to tbe aoana. OemmJ-
aloner Waldo baa Isoued an order that
an arreat must ba made within twenty
four boura after a bomb esploslon oc
eura or all the aeteAlvea In the dta
trlel where the esploalon taa.es place
will be reduced and transferred Tba
dOtertleaa wtra aaUoue.
The scene of the Oartdao eaploaton
Ii on the north aid of Iwurtoontb
atreet. which relieved tb Fifth atreet
detect! ra from rorponeibtllty and thay
returned to their etat on. laanna the
'.ant Twenty-aaeond atroot plain elotboa
men In a u,t of foewatab aotretty.
The aound of tb asploalon waa beard
for several tlocka to tbo ooutb. where
tt wa thouaht to bo part of oaaao bd
aer celebration. NV tb of Fwtartaautb
tiwet It waa heard dtatlooUy at far u
TRANSFUSION IS FUTILL
Noel Raaaett dlad at Or. Stern a aana-
tarlum after two tranafuwtona of blood
had been made from tbo aolno of hi
(atMer. tVllllam Robert Baoaatt, a
broker at No. ID Wall atreet, and bta
etepmother. 11 rallied afUr tb flrat
upcrat. t.. but bad a relapo and. though
me pnrenta atood ready ta give their
blood for a third tranafuatoa, tba aur
aaun decided It waa too lata.
Mr. Uaaaett lived at No. m Weat
Nlnety-eeventb itreet. He waa twenty-'
five yeara old and graduatad from
Princeton In 111. Alter a aevere at
avk of typhoid ha auffarad tola flrat
bemorrhake a week ao. Dr. Kdward
Llnd.maii, inventor of the new ayrinae
artrhud uf blood tranifuslon. decided
the patient muet have more blood. Hia
father and atepmolher volunteered.
No matter what
you ask for
crackers or cookies,
, . wafers or snaps,
. . cakes or jumbles
it will be delivered
to you in perfect
condition, cither in
packages with the
Trade Mark, in
attractive small tins
or from the familiar
Freshness is assured
through the distrib
uting service of the
affords a constant
supply of biscuit to
every part of the
Always look for that name
"mnri hflikf in JSlJULJUUt'
7T1MAT A MUSTARD
iU IflU 1 AoivrMENT
laiw-Mo. Tbiaal ana (tkert
Coldt. a c. 'Phowaadi Had
tt beat. la haady. awl
ten tebeeaercr lata Mj
etrrafUi. baadi for Infuat
UM and pn apt reBef frnw
pate. At ti am-!' tc. er
60o f. I ' HUT A HIM Bill
CO.. aprkiifleM. Mew.
Open to Al
II u an
iMMirt unit I
This BRASS BED
That Wont Tarnish Is One of
It U a beautiful eed
Wf ou Per at leaet
110 for eleewbere. It
baa t-laeh eonitnuoue
B". .bVfL. mount,
nee 1 -laot fillerei eaeT
and eoeerea with
S0M OF THE OTHER
II. OA Kittoaloa TwbiM.
"" raieaeiea Table.
W -l rt FOB OUR BIG FBE Lm ftZS!
CATALOGUE. itlkoa Bm SaaMa! Tl
ThU eei-'orrue le filled with arect fur- fiS-,. !M!0, ....,
..I....- .... i li ... a l.tN.IMI I'ar i.e
I""lis iur i .n or on wmmy vivuii - tarn
for It to day. Nu mall
M TO Iiei.lVKMV
V ffaa 1
mi. UMHI 1-aTOHV HUILUII
Another Achievement for "The House of Matthews"
With Considerable Pride We Beg to Announce That We Have Been
Selected as the Sole Distributers in Brooklyn for the Famous
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothing
For Particular Men and Young Men
In placing before the Brooklyn public the Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothing, we believe
that "The House of Matthews" is offering the world's best in clothincr values. It is such
t than most made-
iimi iiit- iiiium in .'i.i 1 1 1 iv " i i imii i iii nit- wwmi a him iii t HiiniiiL; v
elothiitgas this tliat makes niadf to-ordi-r clothes unnecessary; they're better
to-order in every way; in fabrics, tailoring, style and tit. You'll see it tor y
There i an ndivitlunlity in tin- makeup uf these
rinriit v the liriiins of JWMI of foment vat ion in
liuihlitiK of mi rlotbfl for men ari'l young men.
The (iMfMlteC ihfit goe1 with exery Rnrment of the
Hart, Schaffner & Marx make in an MaunRCt of
rwliability, ami guarantees every Suit or Overcoat for
reasonable wear. We will give you a new garment
or refund your money at any time you find that all we
iay ia not t arrird out to the very letter.
Their models for young men are the very latest;
their moderate staple styles for eonservativc dressers
lend tone to the man, giving him the true character
of a gentleman's attire.
Our desire to more ardently portray the good points
of Hart. Schaffner & Marx Suits and Overcoats CUB
only he proven to your entire satisfaction by a close
Usual Prices Suits $18 to $40 Overcoats $20 to $45
Concession from the Manufacturers and in Keeping with the Unusual Values of Our Reorganiza
tion Celebration, We Are Permitted to Offer Two Special Lots Limited Quantities.
'400 Suits for Men and Young
Hart. Schaffner A Marx $30.1)0 Value
The assortment includes the very latest in stripes and checks,
rough and smooth cheviot and fine mixtures, made in
conservative, pateh pocket, and Knglish d 1 7 tZ.f
models. Our Introductory Price pl 0
380 Men's and Young Men's
Hart. Schaffner A Marx $35.00 Valuta
Chinchillas with velvet and shawl collars, in Oxford gray,
brown or navv; fancviack overcoats with natch pockets;
i . .i . . ... i . 1 .
inrce-cpiarier lengin coals in siyiisn
tweeds. Introductory price
In conjunction with our Introductory Sale we offer the following all special
values from our regular stock.
Men'a $10.00 and $12.50 All Wool Suita $7.50
Men's $15.00 Suita and Top Coata $9.85
Men's $18.00 Overcoat a and Suits $11.90
Men'a $8.50 Double Texture Raincoats $5.00
Men's $10.00 Double Texture Raincoats $7.50
Men's $2.50 Trousers in Worsteds and Cheviots.. . . $1.79
Men's $4.00 All Wool Trousers, serges and mixtures . . $2.95
Men's $5.98 Blanket Lounge Robes and Slippers $3.98
Our Celebration Is for
So many events of this character are
planned with so little attention given
to "mere man."
Not so with "The Hoiije of Mat
thews" for here they have their ex
clusive store a separate entrance for
men and boys, planned for those who
do not care to shop in a "department
Men who are concerned in personal
and domestic economy will find "their
store" much to their liking it's a sec
tion where men will feel at home;
there's a feeling they'll enjoy; they
can talk "men's things" to their
It's up to YOU, Mr. Man.
"The Store of Confidence."
Too Cold to Talk Rubbers?
Not Not at Thete Prices
Early wason purchases make tbeae prices poatible
up they'll go with tbe fimt real rubber weather. Note,
please, that these are all new, fresh dock. Mail order
All siie. !, to 8. Reg
ular price 7Sc.
Sale price. .. OOC
Women'. Foot Hoaa, eir.ea 2 H to 8. ASc
Woman'a Four Buckla Arctic,
ies Vi to 8 IMS
Mii.ee' Storm Rubber, ite 11
Miaaaa' Bright Knee Boot, fleered
lined, sisss II to t H 00
Miaaaa' Four Buckla Arctica, ie
II tot tl 98
Children'. Four Buckla Arctica,
liie 8 to 10)$ Sl-79
Children'a Bright Knee Boote,
fleeced lined; tUSt 6 tu 10U tl 09
Boy' Storm Rubber, rolled edge.
lire tJ4 to MS
Boy' Storm Rubber, plain aisca,
t$ to a 88c
Site. 4 to 10 ... Regu
lar price 55c. A A
Boys' One Buckla Arctica, aize S
to 6 $1.50
Boy' Dull "Storm King" Boot,
use S to 6 $3.45
Youth' Storm Rubber, rolled
edge, ite 11 to t 7JC
Men' Storm Rubber, iae 6 to
Man' Storm Rubber, rolled edge,
iie 6 to It $1.00
Man' Two Buckla Arctica, atte.
to It $t.t5
Man'a Four Buckla Arctica, ise
6 to 11 $t.B5
Man'a Short Heavy Dull Finiah
Boot, iae 0 to It $8.98
Two Lots of Men's Pajamas Excellent Values
Mercerized Pongee Pajamas, 88c
The u.ual $1.50 quality Soft Merceriaed Pongee
(look like and wear bettor than .ilk). OO.
Blue, tan and gnytA aisea, at -- V
Matthew. Rirlo-lTe Mas' Store Mala Fleer.
$1.00 Pajamas at 65c
An eapecially good wearing material military col
lar, .ilk frog, at front plain color of r"
blue, tan pdgray. All aiaea. at OOC
Women Will Delight in These
Beacon Blanket Bath Robes
They're the usual $3.00 values colorings are unusually attractive
and the trimmings, too. Made Dutch neck style, satin trimmed and
finished with girdle and the ever-handy pockets. Cele
bration Price mm
Special 150 Pairtof
Two model ia the lot one vary
low, with loaf hip; tka other me
dium high buat, with loaa hip. Ex
it lor reery day wear.
Him 1$ to $9 Inchea. Good On
9o raluaa. Vary apeak! at OafC
Petticoats of Mesca
line and Taffeta
Black (a good black) and all tba
changeable and aolid color.. Trim
ming, of accordion flounoee and
aome plainly tailored. Value up
ward to St 50. tele- 1 Q
braUon Price apl.Oe?
r ahinwt madala.
rliea. Umpire iQ
medala. SoHar valeee at . WC
mmmmmww u,-n i, ,
-i rw .Itl har.da of dllfT
doth aaa laaor braia. 0 39c
Tuma te a puronaear aad no mail
oro-T.T -CitUire-MaU Floor.
The Best Sewing Machines
Placed in Your Home for
Weekly Payments of $1.00
Aad yon buy any machine at tba aame
low price a if you pay caah eitewhere.
Particularly would wa ak you to ee
tbe Florence Rotary Machine with the
lock ititch and chain atitch two ma-
These Machines at Special Prices
Matthews, A., value 122.00, at.
Kanatauk. value $18.60, at w. ,
Matthews. M. E.. value $46.00, at $17.50
Other Machines from $12.25 to $60.00
Teacher free at home. Matthewa-ThleS fleer.
Daily Change of
New Merchandise on
Eighteen Shopping Marts Each
One a Centre of Economy
Three Special Lota of
French and domestic manufacture
new fabric every yard perfect
SSc and 89c value at 43c
80c and 1. 00 value at 67c
100 and 1. S0 value at. .. . 89c
Matthew e Mela leer.
12 Rolls Good Quality
Toilet Paper. 25c
5 Cn lU.tene I0c
t5c Bo$ ! a Ammonia 12c
I5r Aluminum Politb 7c
10c Dover KgR Braler. 5c
69c Feather Punter. 29c
Matthew. - Uaoenieal.
$55.00 Five Piece Parlor Suit
Mauive in construction, carved frame, eitra wide chair arm,
with heavy French lege. Each piece highly poliibed and
upholstered in ilk damaik tapestry, silk pfuin or Veroua
velouregbark ol all piece tutted or m m "v -k
plain, a desired. Usual price $55.00. W UK
, - w
Children's Brass Cribs
Heavy post and top rail.,
heavy, fillers; ona side haa
sliding attachment; beat
quality woven wira spring;
satin or bright acid-proof
Issuer. Sise il4ti ft.
Csual prior, $16.50 Ccle-
$17 Upholstered Couch
Heavy oak frame; claw feet;
0 feet by 90 inchei; black
chase, Boston or Spanish
leather; plain or tufted:
ration $ j j
Mallhewe f ourth Floor.
We've Reduced the Lesser Priced Curtains
And Hundreds of Yards sf Curtain Material
Nine lota quoted below tell the story, but there are o many more 'twould
take too much valuable space to describe them; you'll not be disappointed.
Cluny Lace Curtain
white and Arabian colon,
H and $ yarda long;
good quality of netting;
value $3.00 upwarda to
S2.28 and S3.68
Irlah Point Laca
C u r t a I n a lengths
'. X nd 9J4 yard;
value $3.00 to $7.00;
Renaissance and Marie
white and Arab iVi and
9,li yards long. Value
$4.50 ii to $7.5". N'uw
350 Window Shadee slightly 1 C.
imperfect; value -3c; each. . 1 OC
T a pea try and Damask Remnants
lor curtain and table scarfs practi
cally nau price,
2,000 yarda Cretonne and Figured
Taffete for curtains, cushion and
couch covers; val- Qaj Q("
uesS5cto55r: yard mtC OOC
35c end 48c
Curtain Samples and Half Pair Cur
tains ii j and 9 yerd long all
sscSS..! 19c to 24c
Printed Scrim JM to 40 in. width
short lengths less than half
yard .... 9c.nd 14c
Sash Laca for Curtaina white and
Ar.-.b color 45 and 50-in. we
width; 5c yard value, at. . . 1 C
"Imperial" High-Grade Perfect Enamel Ware
Pcpjicr white out hide, pure white inside; triple couted: first-quality.
These are the pieces in the assortment all have enamel covers.
Tea Kettle. Berlin Sauce Pot.-fl ,0,1 H qt.
DiahPan.-IOand 14 .,t I Tea Pota- and 8 qt. 9
Berlin Sauce Pans ti and 8 qt. I Coffee Pots and 3 qt.
Beilm KettlM I nd 8 qt. I Double Boiler ---i site.
S. E. Cor. isith St. A id An.. New York
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