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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1916.
'THE QOODS ON CHILVERS.
CMICAOO, Jan. II Mri. Amelia CW1-
s-ara ol Uorton Park told tha court aha
marrlsd to WUllun H. Chiton la
"Ona nlsM ha cams homa lata," aha
aid, "with a. woman's undarwaar Inilda
, Ju da Sullivan cranttd a dlvore.
CUT THIS OUT
LD BNQLISH RECIPE FOR CATAR.
tHAL DEAFNC8S AND HEAD
It you know of torn on who If troubled
Mil OaUrthal Dtm, hsad not) or
wdlnaiT eatwrh out out thla formula and
Kaad It to Um and you will tiara bean
ht maana ti aartnc aom "poor auffarar
Barbara from total dMtna. In Ens-land
anltntltts for a Ion tlm paat bars rco(
atatd that oatarrh la a eoxrtltntlanal dls
MM and naoenarlty raqulrta a oonrtltu
prara. rahtlsr and no douohta an
Mabla to Irrltata tha dtllcata air paaaagaa
and fore tha dlaaaa Into tha mlddla aar,
Wc fraautatlr maana total daafnaaa, or
iaa tha diaaaaa U drlvtn down tha air paa
aafaa toward tha luni. which la aqaallr
m danyaroaa. Tha following formula whlen
la uaad axianalTaly In tha damp BnilUh
eUmata hi a oonatltutlonal treatment and
hould prava aapaclallr affloaoloua to anf
farara hara who lira undar mora favorabta
Smut from your Xrnitiat I ounea of
Varmint (Doubla rtrangth). Taka thla
baraa and add bi It V pint of hot waur
and 4 ounoea of rraaulatad auiari atlr
until dtaaolrad. Taka ona Ublnpoonful
four UmM a day, Thla will often bring
uSok rallat from dlatrcaatng htad nolaea.
Clowgad aoatrlU hould opn, breathing
haooma aaay and haartng Improve, tha
Inflamtnatlsn In tha auatahla tubaa la ra
duead. rarmint la uatd In thla war aa It
vet dlraetly upon tha blood and tnunoui
aurfaoaa of tha im and haa a alight
tonlo aoUon that faclUtataa tha raoorory of
tha patlantt Tha rraporatlon la aaay to
maka, eeaU Uttia and I plaaaant to take.
Xrary paraon who hu catarrh ahould rt't
thla traatmaat a trial. Adit.
WITHIN TWO WEEKS IT THE
I a b
hand.. H la the
bootuta aaturutlon gnarantMd.
aiV or writ for Ilooti. s3i. ?!
Robert 5.fWcfionaRj, iH.fi
. waat Knd ATanaa
(Ona niaok Inm TBth at. mihwtr.t
Wins a Triumph
At the Century
By Sylvester Raiding.
SBRQE DE DIAQHILEFF-S much
heralded Dallot Runs mads Ita
debut at tha Century Theatre
last night. The ataga waa a riot of
color and whirling hourla, with a
background of Uakst's Inimitable
scenery.. The house waa like a Met
ropolitan Opera Houae first night.
Everybody who waa anybody waa
there, togother with hta slaters and
bla cousin and hie aunta, and many
were turned away, including ono
prominent newspaper man, a j un
wittingly aaw, who had failed to aak
for a place. The opening number
wag "L'Olseau de Feu," tho music
by Strawlnsky, the story of which
was told In Tho Evening World yes
terday. The principal dancer w ore
anil thoy are to bo remembored be
cause thoy are to be tho principal
dancer In many ballets to come
Xcnla Maclsxova, Lubow Tchernl
cheva, and Messieurs Maialno and
Of course, there Is only one Par
Iowa, who has Just bid us farewell,
and, unfortunately, the premier dan
souse of this organliatlon, togethor
with the leading male Uancor, aro
prevented, at this time, from leaving
Europe: but ovory member of tho
company Is an artist, tho ensemblo
la marvellously good, the music la
worth while for Its own aako, and,
thanka to Nahan Franko, who se
lected tho Individual players and has
rehearsed thom for weeks, the orchea.
tra Is a fine one, conducted by Ernest
Next came "La Princess Enchan
tee," to music by Tschalkowaky.
danced charmingly by Mllo. Made
sova and Adolf nolm. "Lo Pouvolr,"
by Rlmsky-Korsakow. furnished a
aympbonlo interlude between tho nets.
This was followed by the "Solell de
Null." the music by nimsky-Korsa-kow,
dancod by Loonlde Maoslna and
For a good-night there waa that
nenmious, gruMome-cndlng Arabian
NlBht'e tale "Hhehoruiade." with its
In-holesale slaughter, splondidly por
trayod by Floro Kevallcs as Zobetde,
and Adolf Holm ne her negro favor
ite, with tho assistance of Mile. Waiil
lowsku and Mil. Grlfrorlow. Jawlnsky,
Cecchettl and the superb ballet. The
npptause waa more than generoua.
METEOrt KNOWN TO HIT A HTJMAN
reported from Japan, wbere one struck a
twelvo-yexr-old boy on tho head.
dlsb of pollco pntroas.
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A MAN'S HOME IS WHERE HIS WIFE IS, White
Plains court decides In cose of man who ppont otx days
In Manhattan at business and other day with wlfo at
COMPLAINT that pet cat and dogs were rrrlawlng
in Bridgeport, Conn., led to dlscovory of six cat sklna
back of rrMaurant In which rabbit atew haa beon favorite
Eel, caught two years ago at Port Jerrta, that
knocked over lamp and ecapod with body partly In
chimney, has been recaptured stlU Incased In the lamp
BY FIDDLING ON ONE STRING, Columbuv
' man hopca to play his way into ofllco of Sheriff,
The enjoyment manifestly waa keon.
To-night's bill will be entirely new.
Olive Fremstad, a ravishing picture.
In a most bocomlnar frock, youthful,
wholesome to look upon, smiling and
gracious, beamed upon us yesterday
afternoon at Aeolian Hall in her first
and only New York recital of the sea
son. Never has sho displayed her art
to such advantage, and never has her
voice been so beautiful.
Mmc. Frcinstiid's programme, was
all derman and Scandinavian, it cm.
braced a Schubert group and songs by
Franz. Schumann. Wolf, Strauss,
SJogram and Petcrson-Uorgor, and It
ended with the famous Norwegian
echo song "Kom KJvni." with which
Marcolla Scmbrlch made us familiar,
tho Utter a veritable triumph for
Mine. Fremstad. It was a generous
official programme aa to quantity and
quality that she gave us; yet Mine.
Fremstad yielded to tho demands of
the crowded houso and added half. a
dozen extra numbers, two or threo of
thom to her own accompaniments at
tho piano. For the reBt, Ellmcr Zoll
ner was an cfllclcnt accompanist.
There was a double bill at the Met
ropolitan Opera House last nUht,
"lUonsol and llretel" and "Pagllaccl,"
sung to a sold -out houso. Mr. Caruso
returned to the coat as Canlo, and Mr.
Bcottl an Tonlo, In Leoncavallo's
opera, their voices and thoir art as
good as ever, to tho relief of Mr.
Gattl-Casazza's soroly troubled mind
over the Indisposition of his singers.
Mr. Ravagnoli conducted. Hnmper-
BONWIT TELLER &,CO.
StAe (Specialty SAop Onphaltoao
FIfiTH AVENUE AT 66 STREET
BEGINNING TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY,
January Clearance of Furs
The Entire Stock Is Included in This
Event Without Reserve or Exception.
At About One-Half Less Than Regular Prices
Natural Raccoon 10.00 5.00
Moleskin 14 JO 6.50
Hudson Seal 18.50 7.50
Black Lynx :...1S.00 . 7.50
Beaver 10.50 8.50
Natural Skunk 19.50 8.50
Black Lynx Si. 50 12.50
Kltt Fox 27.50 14.50
Natural Skunk 32.50 14.50
Red Fox 85.00 15.00
Black Fox 20.60 16.50
Batileship dray Fox S9.50 22.50
French Seal 14.50 6.50
Nutria 1.',.50 7.50
Raccoon 16.60 8.50
Nutria 19.50 9.50
Hudson Seal 22.50 10.00
Beaver 25.00 12.50
Hudson Seal 25.00 1 2.50
Moleskin . 27.50 15.00
Beaver 29.50 15.00
Kitt Fox 85.00 18.50
Black Lynx 35.00 18.50
Black Fox 32.50 19.50
dlnck'a fairy opera held. In the prin
cipal characters, Mario Mattfcld,
Kdlth Mason, Albert Hols.i. Otto Oor-
ltz, Llla llobcson, Lonora Sparkca and
union warrum, .Mr. iiaguman eon-
Hunter Welsh gave his second piano
recital of tho season In Aeolian Hall
last evening, his programmo including
Ilecthovcn's F minor sonata, Schu
mann's "Carneval," Chopin's 11 fist
minor sonata and several of his
shorter compositions, and five num
bers by Liszt, Including tho "Waldea
Leopold Godowsky. the distin
guished pianist and composer, will
give a concert on April 2 at Carnegie
Jian ror the benefit of the Zionist
til I .
THE GREAT BLOOD
r'rilit juice It Nature's own rcmrrly
"FltUlT-A-TIVKS." Me famnuiruil
medicine, keeps the blood pure nml rich
because It keeps tlir whole yitem free
"Fnilt-a-livri" tmpror the Skin
Action; enables the stomach to digest
food properly; mnkes the bonrels move
rcftulntly; and relieves the atrain on
Ily its cleaning, hesllnR powers on
the eliminating organs, "l'rult-a-tives"
rids the system of all waste matter and
thus iniurci a pure blood inpply,
AOc a box; 0 for 8i.5(); trial site
23c. At dealers or from Fmit-a-tivrs
Limited, Ogilensburp. New York. Advt,.
Women's and Misses' Fur Coats
French Seal Coats (DytJ CnmPtiu) Regularly 65.00 & 75.00
Hudson Seal Coats (DW AM Ptlt) Regularly 85.00 to 95.00
Hudson Seal Coats W HM'( PM) Regularly 1 10.00 to 125.00
Trimmed Hudson Seal Coats (Dyed Mu,k,at pit,). . Regularly 145.00 to 165.00
Bordered Hudson Seal Coats (Natural sntwr. nUr. cui)
Regularly 155.00 to 175.00
Bordered Hudson Seal Coats (Natural skunkMcr.toiitr.tujjs)
Regularly 195.00 to 245.00
1 Model Hudson Seal Coats (Vartou, matt ,tvi) Regularly 245.00 h 350.00 195.00
Moire Caracul Coats (Fine mauh,i tiu) Regularly 295.00 165.00
Baby Caracul Coats tJi p) Regularly 395.00 225.00
Baby Caracul Coats (Uanisamtiy markiipeiti) Regularly 450.00 275.00
Baby Caracul Coats (Trimmid utth natural sm) Regularly 950.00 475.00
By Dale DrummondL
A Married Life Serial With a Moral for
Husbands and Wives
I I I I ill I I I I IT I I I I I
Now Appearing in
7 he EveningWorld
A Great Sale of
New Pianos &
Every prospective purchaser who wishes to
economize in buying a Piano or Player Piano should
attend this great sale. Come to-morrow and secure,
at a price lower than you will in all probability buy
again, this magnificent, fully guaranteed
New Style, Metal Tubing
88-NoSe Player Piano
On Terms of $2 a Week
Price includes a Music Qoll Cabinet, Bench, Cover,
12 Rolls of Music, and free delivery to your home.
This new style Player Piano is the wonderful combina
tion of n piano of excellent musical quality and a player
action of the most perfect and up-to-date type, containing
all the latest improvements Rcncrnlly to be found in player
pianos sold elsewhere at $500 or more. No effort is required
to play it; the motor works with utmost ease and precision;
the tubings arc of metal, which is more durable than rubber.
The expression devices enable you to give almost human
interpretation to your favorite compositions. No previous
knowledge of music is required. It may also be played in
the usual way, the player mechanism being entirely separate
and in no way interfering with lyind playing.
XfT Owing to the fact thnt there are only a limited number
1JJ of these splendid Player Pinno3 available, wc urge
you to come at once.
I'lfiie stnd me.
without any obll
kdllnn oil my part.
full I n f ormatlnn
At a Special Piano Offer We Present a
& Player Sale uLw
On Terms of
$1 a Week
o. citv Price includes Stool, Cover
I and Free Delivery
all cars nr nnMiMrnAi p-c-. ssth to cotm st.
I TRANSFER TO BLOOMIWGDALfco LCX. TO 3D AVE.I
bexingtofc to & Ave 9'iito606treet
nS foaminnfrrrp-1 V I I
lt Lexington to 3? Aye. jW'ttooOfStroets g
: D I I
At ntoomtnodaUt' .
This is an unusual kind of a fur sale. There are a number of points
about this sale which set it apart in a way from the general run of fur sales.
We have not bought up the season's leavings in the factories to make '
bargains for this sale. The goods offered are our own goods bought for our
own regular trade.
We tell you the truth about what the furs really are. We do nor assume
that you know what the trade terms mean.
Every present indication is that furs of all kinds will cost more next rear(
adding to the future values of the furs you buy now. I
The reductions quoted in this advertisement are from the prices marked
on these furs now in our store and are not "values" Imagined to make
them look big.
Every piece of fur and every statement fully guaranteed. Money cheer
fully refunded if you wish t.$
Ortgiil rriet. Dttcriptton. , Xtduetd Trie.
$197.50 Hudson Seal (Dyed Mmkral), Skunk Trimmed $147.M
$197.50 Hudson Seal Wytd Muikral), Beaver Trimmed , ,. 147.H
$147.50 Hudson Seal (Dyed ituikrot), Skunk Trimmed ISC.M
$139.75 Hulcn Seal (Dyl MuiUl, Skunk Trimmed......,'. , W.M
$125.00 Hudson Seal (Dytd Mutkrai), Skunk Collar 88.00
;135.00J , Persian Lnmb Nkunk Collar 79JO
1115.00 Hudson Seal (Dyed iluikrat), Plain 71.88
Coats Reduced to $47. SO
Original I'rict. DucripHon
$97.50 Persian Lamb, Skunk Collar.
Dyed Mutkrai). Nutria (IPoler Rat), Collar and Border.
Dyed tlutkral). Plain.
Diled Uutkrat). Skunk Collar.
Dyed Mutkrai), Ermine Collar,
Ifyed Muikrat), Ueaver Collar.
All Reduced to.
$97.50 Hudson Scat
$95.00. Hudson Seal
$85.00 Hudson Seal
$85.00 Hudson' Seal
$85.00 Hudson Seal
$85.00 Hudson Sen!
tic aa xr.... i ..I-. ir...M C..1 n J li.. .t i a rtr-
VI j.uu .......... .....fivuiui muiMHi, . iuuii iaiii tH Hl.rU. V.V1I1U um WUIIS.
$73.50 Trimmed Near-Seal (Dyed Coney), Frtnch Rabbit, Dytd Skunk, Collar ad
Russian Pony Coats, $19.7,5
Original Prices $29.75 and $32.50
10 coat In all. 40 to 45 Irichjts in lenjth. Skin
ner's satin and brocaded silk popfln lined.
Fur Lined Coats, $12.50
Original Price $19.75
Medium freight Kersey, lined with Dyed Suallcka
(Siberian Rat), collar of Dyed Opossum, Kit Casey
irranen i(aoM), uaeK coney (trench llabint), r
Near Seal (Dyed Coney French Rabbit)
Original Prices $55.00 and $59.50
Fine quality skins, dyed black, 40 to 45 inches in
length, flared model, lined with Sklnner'a brocaded
Trimmed Russian Pony, Coats,
Original Prices $35.00 and $37.50
Only 7 conts, soft molred1 skins, 40 and 45 Inches In
IriiRth. Collars of Skunk, Denver, Civet Cat or Dyed
Skunk, nil lined with Skinner's satin.
Original Prie. Dateriftten.
$39.75 White Fox
$22.50 Black Fox,
$17.50.... '....Skunk (Dyed)
$19.75 Hudson Seal (Dyed Stuakret). . . 12.7S
$16.50 Raccoon 10.7S
$7.95 French Coney (Dyed Rabbit)'. . . . 4.7$
$5.95 Monchurlan Wolf (Dog) 3.7S
Matched Fur Sets
rice. Mescrlfiflon. Ittitucd I'riee.
. . . . , Ermine (very larne) $95.00
Blue Fox (Dyed) 69.50
Cross Fox 69.50
$125.00 Skunk and German Fitch 69.50
$110.00 Cross Fox 59.75
$87.50 foirei orown r ox ynycui aa.uu
$69.75 Kit Fox 39.75
s7 .50 Poiret Brown Fox (Dyed) 37.50
S45.no Pointed Fox 25.00 Ortdlitol Trie. Description. EtHuctd Prtcn
$32.50 Red Fox 24.75 $25.00 White Fox :X $17.88
S57.50 Hudson Seal (Dyed Mutkrai) $22.50 Skunk I7.se
and Ermine 24.75 $14.75 Beaver 8.78
$24,75 Southern Sable Utinatail) 14.75 $12.50 Black Fox 8.M
$22.50 Sable Opossum (Dyed) 14.75 $11.50 Skunk 8.98
$22.50 Gray Fox 13.50 $10.75 Skunk (Dyed) 8.98
$17,50 JapMInk 10.75 $7.95 Hudson Seal (Dyed ilutltrai). .. 4.98
$12.75 Kit Coney (Rabbit) 8.95 $7.95 Raccoon 4.98
$16.50 White Hare 7.50 $4.95 Monchurlan Wolf (Dog) 3.50
$6.95 Nuturul Rubbit 2.95 J $4.95. Coney (lllaek Dyed RabbU) '2.95
All children and misses' fur sets and
separate muffs off original prices.
This sale is to last throughout the week. It is a readjustment of stock's after
the busiest season of the store's history. The broken lines are not large, the reduc
tions are heavy and those who take advantage of the sale will profit greatly.
Special Sale of Leather Goods
' Purchased From
Langfeld Bros. & Company
1421-27 WaVace Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
101 Fifth Avenue, New York
About 2,000 pieces secured at a reduction of from net prices.
After nearly 50 years of business this house decided to wind up its affairs, and last November placed their
wholesale stock at the disposal of retailers throuehout the country at discount prices.
Philadelphia mcrchunts, with but one exception, were excluded, and in New York, to the best of our know!
edee, only two stores secured uny of these goods.
Our portion of this stock amounts to about 2,000 pieces, which we place on sale to-morrow at a similar say.
iiiK to thnt mnde by us. Particular attention is directed to the fact that this special sale will consist of goods from
LnnKfelil Bros, fct Company exclusively. There will.be no mixtures of other people's stocks or of near leather
leatherette or any kind of substitutes for leather. Among the items featured will be found:
Bankers' Filing Cases, $1.97 to $5.50
Brief Cases, $2.64 to $7.67.
Framed Coin Purses, 10c to 90c
3-Fold Wallets with Memo, 65c to $1.97
Men's Pocketbooks, 39c to 57c
Letter Cases, 39c to $2.34
Music Folios, $1.97 to $2.64
Writing Cases, $1.65 to $3.30
Memo Cases, $1.30 to $2.64
Card Cases, 34c to $1.30
Bill Books, 34c to $2.34
Leather Envelopes, 30c to $1.50
Cigar Cases, $1.00 to $1.67
'S!ssS!SSS!3!8sssssssssssssssij n AN8 fer to BLOOMINGDALES Lex. to d "AVBirmiirTninfiinirw