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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14,' 1916.
i. ill .ve.ae.a-
fttttt) I'lnrinsr Tin" w
hen Mrs. Annie London return! to
(home. No. 1M Kast Ono tlundrea
Eighth Street fnmi market till
nltiK she found the tllnlnc room
kit and her four-year-old itaugMer,
Unit, unconscious on the floor. The
Hd had started tho flru by plsylns;
Historic" wlillo her mother was au
. Htm wm tint to lliirli-ni llofpltnl.
rlbly burned about the body.
Stern Mailer Whoie Ltwi Musi
iiae been remarked on tanout
by nun who know tht thn are
'man-made lawa tnai are aueoiuio in
faJ. The proof or this Id tha esse
(ft which epeclallnta find holes In mane
f?)heM through which to aaool me
lMature'a lawa. Iniwilir, mint ha nbrvej.
TV can be hroken, It In trut, but fun
u&Rient follows when they ar. Uoilliy
alawimtorl, loan of sleep, appetite and
nmtal capacity ara tha usual nw
otitic meted out tn tranaa-resenrs.
JSohunn Hoff'a Malt IJstrnct will prose
atflueetlmablo value to men and women
VIM find themselves In thl condition.
.Molinnn Hoff'a Malt r.ilrn-t la natural
Vftt builder and Mood maker, nnd as a
brain fol haa no ctial Incidental!" .
ofcangtt pale, ilckty rhildttu Intn ttJ
enebked picture of health.
ifUtjp yesis on tho market an1 Indore'd
byttnedlcel authorlttra throughout tha
cMllied world. Delightfully palatable.
GIRL WnO WAS SAVED
DYSNO W WHEN SHE TOOK
LEAP FROM WINDOW.
ym, mar' mm
' JOT ' I
WITH 90-11 GALE
IN BITTERLY COLD SEAS !
This Week. v
February Silk Sale
Fourth Week of Our
Dollar Shoe Sale
isFor Women, Girls and Boys.
tSale of Upholsteries
Bought at Auction.
I y. imii t nrnii hi.
SNOWSTORM SAVES GIRL
TRYING TO END LIFE
Voyagers Accustomed to Arctic
Cold Shiver on Ship at
Brooklyn Pier. .
Scores of voynfjers from tti nenr tlio
Arctic Circle camu Into Now York thin
r.tornlng uho.ird the steamship Her-
' rrrtisfjoril of tho NorwcRltin-Attiurlcnn
' Lino nnd Mood nboilt shlwrlnK In tho
fold ivhllii the vctiscl btlcltod tho Ice
himiinnckM tiff hrr Hrooklyn plor for
I 1' wns "if worrt vovntr- I t-vrr rx- ,
in rli iioi'd," .ild Cant. IrKPiiB. "and
i nod now vh n I i?''t Into port 1 tun
H'lllfronl'-d with cmiillUons nn bad n
iIiokp of tlir inoHt northerly lat tudon,"
An IcP II- Id. fully 200 fret In width
hrnl formed off Hunh tore. where
! thjt Herifiififjoril dockn, nnd Into this
ulmoat ImprrKiiaino nnrrier inn now
of tho stenmcr wm r.-immed from be
fore n o'clock until noon when Mho
tenrhed her pier.
Tho vnytiKC of tho HerKcimfJorl,
from tho day alio left Ucrgcn, Nor
way, Kcb. 2, wan a eucccaslon of
Kales, Hho enmo Into port hcathfd
In ico nnd with frozen spray on her
funnel! and mniitn. On Feb. 3 the
Bales became hurricanes that raged
for flvo days. Tho vessel was bat-
crcd by head neas that nwe.nl her
decks llko cataracts, Durlnir that
erlod Cant, lnrans wns nn tho nrlden
almost contlntiouslv for thren davs
nnd nlRhts, Ho snatched what Utile
slecii ho could In tho chart room.
During tho hurricane days tho wind
registering; device on tho bridge
roached Its limit and tho captain und
his officors could but kucss at tho
trim velocity, which they say was
uround ninety miles an hour.
Annctto Miles, tho sovcn-ycar-old
daughter of Lieut. Hherman Miles,
U. H. A., was on board. Little Miss
Miles was accompanied by her grand
mother, Mrs. Nnnnlo J, Noble. In
Kill Lieut. Miles, who Is a son of
Oen. Miles, wns sent to Holla. Hut
garla. Ho want through tho Itnlkon
war with the Hutcnrs and was later
sent to I'otrograd as nn observer
with tho Ilusslan forces. Lieut. Miles
was ordered to Washington nnd he
ond Mrs. Miles started homo by way
Another passengor was Princess
Natalie Obulcnsky, who is going to
Washington, where her husband, the
Prince, Is an attache of tho Ilusslan
Justice Mnllun la Honored,
Supreme Court Justice Ocorgo V.
Mullan of the Bronx was presented this
morning, on the occasion of his first oc
cupation of the bench, with a set of
morroeco-bound reaonitlons 'rom the
Tax Commissioner's omee. Tax Com
missionary Uinon Purdy complimented
Justice Mullan and the people of the
Uronx for his selection, calling attention
to the fact that his predecessor, the late
Justice Hraily. like himself, had gradu
ated from the Tax Commissioner's of
fice. Justice Mullan made a welltumed
reply. Tho court room was crowded.
Crew Have From nngllsh Ship.
LONDON. Keb. U. Capt. St. Clair
ai.J three of the crow of the British
steamer Cedarwood, sunk several
days ago, have been picked up, ac
cording to despatches received hero
to-day. Tho Cedarwood displaced S4
tons and was registered at Middles
ASK FOR and GET
Cheap substitutes cost YOU same price
Leaped From Fourth Story Win
dow to Cushion Furnished
The fall of hiiow nnd tho bitter cold
which brought suffering to so many
poor people saved the life of Tor hi Ma
lat tl. n pretty Italian girl of No. 37
Itcdford Street, yesterday afternoon,
tihn is held at Ht. Vincent's Huspltnl
to-day. Hhe lias a broken leg, scvnrnl
broken ribs und nn abrasion of tli-j
Tersllln's father, Lulgl Uattl, Is at
a loss to account for his daughters
nttempt ut suicide. To tlx) churgu
made by tho girl that ho would not
let her gu out evenings ho replies
that ho did allow her to go out, but
ho Insisted that slm eomo In early.
When alio stayed later than 10 o'clock
he scolded her, ho says,
Tersllln's closest friend, Josephlna
Plnutto, enmo after hor to go out for
tho evening. Tersllln's rather
there, und they sat In tho
while Torsllla dressed, ns
thought, in the bedroom ndjointng.
All at once they heard Torsllla cry
i.ui in -'".'"'.' . v,mr face in pain
ana ivncn incy rus'ieu uirougn uio ,y r, i i v ... r ...
door she leaped Into the court. - . ' "1 f'.M;. ,
Tcrsllln made three dollam a week I a 3;icl ..
In u candy factory. Her father, u sli- 1 any urupgisi,
"T17." FOR ACHING,
SORE, TIRED FEET
Use "Tiz" f(r lender, puffed
up, huruing, calloused
feel und corns.
People ln ore forreil lo stand on
tlieirfeet nil ilny know what sore, tender,
sweaty, liiiming feet menu. They mc
"Tit, and "Tii" cures llieir feet right
up. It keepj feet in perfect condition.
"TU" is the only reined.v In the world
that dm u.i out all the poikonoils exuda
tions which puff up the feet nnd cause
er was . lender, sore, tired, licking feet. It in
kitchen 1 stuntly stops the pain In corns, callouses
s they un(j IniuioiK. It's simply glorious. All'
Joining. (,. cmnfortalilc your feet feel after
using I it- ion II never limp or draw
ver limp or draw
Your shoes won't
Just think I a whole
ver worker, has been out of u Job for year's foot comfort for only iS cents.
some time. Advt.
TX7HEN your system It undermined by worry or
S. VV overwork when your vitality is lowered when
f you feel "anyhow" when your nerves are "on edge"
wnen the least exertion tltes you you are In a run
down condition. Your system is like a plant that Is
drooping for want of water. And just as water revives
a drooping plant so Wlncarnis gives new life and new
vitality to a"run-down"constltutlon. Becsuso Wincarnis
possesses a four-fold power. It is n tonic, a restorative,
blood-builder and a naive food all in one. Therefore
Wincarnis promotes new strength, new blood, new
nerve force and new vitality. The benefit begins from
P?; the first small wineglaskiut. You can feel it doing you
trtj good. You can fuel your whole system being surcharged
-fcg with new vitality and new life. That is why over 10,000
doctors recommend Winccrnis,
w The ingredients of Wincarnis have been teeommended
rtv,- by the medical profession for hundrc 1 ( yeuis Its
yCL fo'rmulu Is not concejled, Wincarnis in an m. varying
t?u combination of beef from prize cattle of English breed,
Pn-pared In Norwich, Kneland, br Coleman & Co., Ltd.
Contractors to His Majetly'c I'ercet and to Ilia Koyal Army
Medical Corp a.
Sold in two !ie-R5 cants and J 1.60 per battle br Park &
Tilfordi Acker, Marrall & Conditi Charles & Co. Jamet Duller,
Inci ltikr.HtiranDruCo.i llyvrada WinCo.,anJIU'itclati
daaicrs la New York and vlher.clllet,
r ".Ri.. r.lkl nfnaalees Rli.wllflre Write
f EDWARD LAS 5 EKE. Inc., U. S. AsnU. 400 W. 23 J Si., N.Y,
malt from choice ripe grains, and a tpcclally foiected
wine possessing unusual tonic properties. Throe tluee
Ingredients are combined by a scientific process which
greatly enhancts their Individual health-giving qualities.
Therearenodrugsln Wincarnis. You will find it pleas
ant to take, easy to digest and as delicious as the finest
beverage. Wincarnis has been famous in Kuropo for a
third of a century. Thousands have testified thut it has
restored them to health und strength. Don't confuse it
with the many Infeiior preparations of apparently similar
nature. Accept no substitutes. Uuy Wincarnis itself,
the tonic thai has been unsuccessfully imitated for 31
Don't let the hundred-and-one heme worries make
you forget to buy yourself a bottlo of Wincarnis today,
imported only In two sizes 85 cents and $ 1.30 per bottle.
Begin to Get Well FREE
Send the coupon below (with 10 cents to pay pack
ing rftul delivery charges) for a free trial bottle not a
meie taMe but enough to do you good.
Test Wincarnis FREE Use This Coupon
Edward Laiaere, Inc., U.S. Asente.
400 Waet 23d Street, New Yolk
Send me the free trial bottle of Wincarnis ond your hook,
tel, "Hew To Oct Well." I encloie ID cents (coin or vtampe)
'ALL Departments NOW Under One Roof'
m fSr 'WW
"THE BIG STORET'Vi,
SIXTH AVE- I821T0 19IS STREET
City lK World Keb. H, '16).
CA &C Green Trading Stamps Free Tomorrow
0J with Purchases of $1 or More
mmumCUT OUT THIS COUPONmrnm
Z 'T IS GOOD TOMORROW ONLY m
This coupon Is rood for 50 (FIFTY) &K Greta Trtdlni Stsmpe FREE
a with purchitts of tl or norr, Tueadir, Ftbrutry IS. ssj
These SO FREB Stsmps are of the sime kind ss these
as you would erdlnirlly obtiln with your purchttes.
EVenlnf World, 3-14-10.
-QREENHUT8 SECOND FLOOR-
Sale of Women's & Misses' SUITS and (COATS
Introducing Many New Spring Styles Most Favored Fabrics
And the Prices Speak for Themselves
Smart Sport Coats for
Women's & Misses' New
Spring Suits $1 1.75
Sale Tupudaii. at. JL JL
Sale Tuesday, at .
You will be delichfcd with the ULTRA FASHION
ABLE LINES, FABRICS, TRIMMINGS, TAILORING
und variety of new styles we offer for your selection at
this low price.
The striking suit illustrated is fashioned of Shepherd
check a Spring Hit I Just the correct length is the
modish coat in Semi-Norfolk style, with broad pleat in
back, patch pockets, belt, circular tabs and novelty
buttons; circular yoke front and back. In unison with
this is a deep round collar of self material with white
Faille silk over-collar. Lining is of rich peau de cygnc.
Equally chic is the belted and shirred skirt with its
slashed pockets. This Suit also is made of Gabardine
in Navy and Black.
Other suits of SERGE, WOOL POPLIN, AND WHIP
CORD, medium weight to wearrt.- & rP
NOW AND in the SPRING, ; S LL
Special tp-a-i. v
Stylish New Suits at
These Low Prices
THIS DIVERSIFIED ASSORTMENT GIVES YOU A
RARE CHANCE TO choose from a wide range of NEW
STYLES all the product of specialists, with superior tailoring.
Every new and fashionable fabric is Included In this lot o! HANDSOME SUITS
FOR MISSES AND WOMEN. Colors are: Navy, Copenhagen. Black. Tan, Green, com
bination effects of serge tad tnffc
The size range is complete.
No matter what your sire from n 14 year old Miss to u woman with a 53 inch bust
measure you can be fitted.
THESE STUNNING MODELS MUST BE SEEN TO UE APPRECIATED, SO COME
TO SEE THEM, and you will be agreeably surprised with the Styles, Fabrics and the
EXCEPTIONAL VALUES AT
16.50. ? 19.50,5 24.50. $27.50. s29.50 a s37.50
This snd m.ny $7 95
Special Tuesday, at.
A SPORT COAT IS NOW A NECESSITY AND
YOU WILL BE GREATLY PLEASED WITH OUR
VARIED COLLECTION OF STYLES. They arc de
sirable not only for sports tennis, skating, golf, etc.
but for the sea shore, lakes and other resorts, and
appropriate for general wear. They are becoming and
give a smart appearan.ee.
Look at the snappy coat illustrated note the dis
tinctive flaring lines, the circular slashed pockets in
the belted front, a number with two-toned novelty
buttons. The collar is convertible. The coat falls
in graceful ripples from yoke back and front arc
finished at waist with belt of self-
material. This is only one of several
models from which you may select
One of tb many models
on &! 7
A. ! 9 Kf
New Spring Coats for
. Women & Misses
Our extensive variety suitable to every occasion travelling, motoring,
dress and general wear. A vide range of fabrics are utilized: Poplin,
Tweeds. Homespuns. Gabardine. Covert Cloth. Black and White Effects-
ranging from tiny checks to dashing overplaids in newest, smartest colors;'
aiso aim uoats ana woveity wraps.
These coats are offered at surprisingly low prices.
$5.98, $9.75, $12.75, $14.75, $16.50,
$19.75 and up to $49.50
"GREEN HUTS FIFTH FLOOR
Never Were Better Values Offered Than In Our
February Furniture Sale
Now in Progress
Be it a whole suite or a single piece,
here you secure the full worth of your
money. For example:
made chiffonier with
-all wood trimmings,
good locks and casters.
51- Arm Chslra or Hockers Genu
ine Spanish leather; frames of
birch, finished mahog- $q n p
any; at U.i O
120 Over-Stuffed Leather Rockers
Genuine Spanish leather; choice
a!.4.d?!,8n.s: $ 14.50
$8.50 (2 Inch) Continuous Post Hod
p leads White enameled, with five
M inch filling rods, all $(? Or
regular sizes; at . . O.iO
$3 Sanitary White Knamel Ucds
I 1-16 Inch continuous posts. All
regular sizes; $j gjj
$27.50 Golden Oak Uuffels $ J
$21.00 Golden Oak Huffuts
$32.50 Golden Onk $OEZ tZfi
Ituffets at iiO.OU
$3G Golden Oak Ituffets SQ
?G0 Golden Oak Ituffets
$30 Walnut Toilet $ " f Aft
Tables at lfJ.UU
$28.J5 Walnut Toilet Tables $
910.50 Mahogany Finished Toilet
Tables- $r Aft
$30.00 Mahogany Finished
$35 Jacobean Oak Uuffels
$C0 Golden Oak Ilurfcts
$28 Fumed Oak nuflcts
$35 Jacobean Huffcts fJQ.
S20 Mnplo Dressers
$15 Muplo Dressers $
$3G Muplo Dressers $J2 PJQ
35 Ivory Enamel $QQ Or
Drcsserh at OO. tJ
$20 horyKnomel Dressers
$17.75 Ivory L'namcl qk
Dressers at JLO.OO
$15 Whlto Enamel Dressers $ j
$22.50 Muhognny Finished SO A
Dressers at 1
$11 Golden Oak Dressers $y Qfj
$39 Ivory Enamel Dressers
$32 American Wulnut $97 rn
DrcsBt-rs at. . t I .tlu
Walnut Dressers $
Pint we call vour attention to
the sale of
Famous brands usually priced
up to J,
These favorites Included:
SolcndlJ choice In both LAUNDERED
AND NEGLIGEE KINDS plain or
French cull,. In a complete showlni of
most wanted ptlterne and miteriets.
note, picue: ah sites rrom uvs
IBM, are In Ihla sale, but in "MAN.
IIATTAN" SHIRTS we hive the follow
ing quantities and sites, thleh masts
It neceaeary for yo u to come early.
Sites J'-i 14 U'i is
60 S02 148
Women's $2.50 $- .49
to $3 Shoes at X
Popular button style in Gun
metal Calf and Patent Leather.
Cuban or Cuban Louis heels.
Not every size in each style, but
every size from 2H to 8 In C, D
and E widths in the lot.
Boys' Fine Wash $-1
Suits at . . .
Norfolk, Billy Boy and Billy
Taylor styles In sizes 2H to 10
years. Materials include MAD
RAS. PERCALES! REPPS,
Solid Gold Lavallieres
Mnnv exauislte deslcns. some
set with genuine diamonds, others
with cameos or colored stones.
La vullleres formerly $C p?A
to $12; at Q.OU
Lavallieres formerly $A JT ft
to $16; at . eJ.eJU
(Others at $1.50 to $145.)
White Goods KQn
For Your Choice, at JUKs
A Doien 84c Hemmed Mercer
ized Damask Napkins; Full Size
85c lied Sheets; 75c to $1 Side
board Scarfs and Centerpieces;
10-Yard Piece of Crash Toweling;
85c to $1.25 Fringed Luncheon
Cloths: $1 Pair lied Pillows.
Full details of above sates
printed in to-ntghvt Journal.)
"GREENHUT'S THIRD FLOOR"
Popular Grades Low-Priced Tuesday
Seamless and Seamed
9x9.. . ,
Seamless and Seamed
. 14.50 .
. . . 9.75
Wool and Fibre Ruga
Excellent rugs for the bedroom.
Site Regularly Price
9x12 $7.85 $3.75
9x12 5.75 2.93
bx9 2.95 l.5
25x50... 75c 59c
Extra Specials in Small
$2.95 Dath Mats size $ - ftT
30x00: at i.UO
Beautiful colorings in choice designs.
200 Cocoa Mats size 14x24; A (
too Axminster and Velvet
-GREENHUT'S FOURTH FLOOR-
FANCY LIMA BEANS-
.?.?! .... 48c
Ocean brand) Zr
0 cana, 20es can.... "
FRENCH BONELESS AN.
CIIOV1ES- l r
rei. 50c rlns boltie, uu
BEST NEW I AR1NA Rr
-S lbs 0C
Cooked corned beef;
rcadr to serve;
dot , (2.25 s lOf
reis, 2hi can . ..
RED CHERRItS for .erv
Inc. with beveraies, del
large bottle, OSc; ,IQp
medium site bottle..
PURE BREAKFAST COCOA
3i& ib... i; 29c
YELLOW 'bPLit A tin
SUGAR CORN Sunshine
brand, tender, creamy
cornj dot., Hj 9nP
1 ... in- r.n. .tll
New Crop Rice
10 lbs., 5 lbs,
SV.A1 L GRAIN
RICE -.57c 20c
RICE. .... . .75c 38c
BEST HEAD Art
RICE 05c 48
Pure Olive Oil
Fountain quality; Import
ed from France; rec
ommended for mcd.
clnal purposes sod la
ration can, 12.00;
H-Eillon can, Si. 00;
YELLOW CLING PEACHES
Fountain quality Callfor,
nls curs dessert fruit;
dot., (3 25; 9r
res. 30c can ol
SWEET JUNE PEAS-Moon-lleht
dot., tl; OSr
a rtr. IO t.ti. fclll.
Hyion or Mind Tea;
usually 33c a lb,; p-
ciai, 4 lbs., tl; 28c
Fountain quality fancy
dot.. H.70; 1KC
large can XJK"
JERSEY PEARS lining's
Fresh Fruit Jam
P c s v h , Blackberry,
Raipberry, Currini and
0 other popultr varl
dot.. 12.10; it),
reg, 20c Itr. ... OC
Hudson Blend; freibly
routed In our Coffee
Dept.; uaually 2Sc a
10 lbs., 12.45 i OK
lb... $1; lb..
BCST WHITE POTATOES
UU'io, bag, (S.4Q;
bushel, 60.b. bag, Jl 75;
APETIT Sn.l 1 o
B cane. II; can ... IOC
BISMARCK HERRING JQ
PORK AND BEANS Miy.
pole brind; dot.,$l; ),'t,
3 reg, 0c cans -uL
GREEN GAGES Fountain
quality ctlra California
fruit; dot., 2 70; OO
large can ot
reg. 2Se package... 'ut
ROYAL BAKING POWDER
Mb. can, 42c; 10
W-lb. can AC
WORCESTER TABLE rj
SALT reg, 10c bag.. 'C
dot., 30c; -If)
3 reg, Se packages,, a."U
Potato, Potige Mongol,
Beif, Pea, Bean;
dot., D7c; r
reg, 10c bo sll.
Double wc Green Trading Stamps with Purchases Till 12 o' Clock Single ac Stamps Thereafter