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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 1917.
AIDING MOTHER IN
cfofl CHURCH MEMBERS
ARE AIDING IN HUNT
FOR THIS LOST GIRL
Tbt exact causs of rheumatism U un
known, thousu It li generally believed to
tie due to an excess of urla acta la the
blood, ltmaybeslio laid with equal
truth that no remedy hai been found
wnlohls a spoolflo In nil case Jn fuct
the literature of rheumatism ihoviiimt
there are but few drugs which have not
Dorn Eiveu a trial, in me nanus 01 one
obterverwe find that a certain drug hna
been used with the utmost latUfactlont
others havo found Iho tame remedy to
be a aront disappointment. All pbysl.
clam however hlti-o that every method
of treatment U aided by tlio odmlulstra.
Hon of eome remedy to rollcvu the pain
and quiet the nervous ayitein and Dr.
W. 8. HcbulUe expresses the oplnlou of
thousanda of practitioner" when ha aaya
thatantl'kamnlatablota ahouldbo given
preference over all other reniedlea for
the relief of the pain In all forma of
rheumatism. These tableta can be pur
chased In any Quantity. They are also
nnaurpaased for headaches, neuralgias
aad all pain. Ask lor AK Tablets, -iut
; SEARCHFOR GIRL
Mrs. Knappman Keeps Up
Continuous Hunt for Her
If yoti should hoc n mlddlo apci
woman with her hair turning pre
maturely gray wnmlcr into a. cabaret,
or1 looking anxiously about the streets
tU will probably b Mrs. Mary
Knappman of No. 646 Van Huron
Street, Brooklyn, who Is searchlnf?
for her fifteen-year-old daughter
Edna. May, who mysteriously disap
peared Friday, Dec. 12, and haji not
been heard of since.
Tho mother has boon scnrchlnff for
her daughter since her disappear
ance twenty hours out of every twenty-four
Bho rocs about In a. taxl-
cab most of the time, but frequently'
walks, and sho Is becoming so weak
that sho has recently collapsed sev
eral times In the streets.
Edna, with her sister, Kathcrlne,
both Sinn in tho choir of Christ En
glish Lutheran Church at Lafayette
and Patchcn Avenues, Urooklyn, and
on the nlfrht of Doc. 12 they started
for choir rehearsal. Thoy found that
ttie rehearsal had been postponed and
started for a walk.
About 8,30 o'clock they mot three
flashily dressed young men at Qatcs
and Hold Avenues. Tho men seemed
to know Edna, according to her stater,
who went back to tho church and left
her with them. Tho sister waited for
more than un hour, and then whon
Edna did not show up sho went home,
told the mother her story and the
Edna Is an attractlvo girl with dark
brown hair and bluo oyes, five feet six
Inches In height and weighs US
pounds. When sho disappeared sho
waa wearing a dark velvet coat, a
brown skirt, a black hat and black
hoes and stockings. Hho has a. rich
oprono voice and was n favorite In
ehurch and homo circles.
"If sho will only come home," said
Mr. Knappmnn to-day, "I will forglvo
her no matter what sho has done. Ed
na was always a sweet, affectionate
girl and had no lovo affair that I ever
heard of. I don't think sho would go
on tho stage, bet sho was crazy about
tho movies and sho often expressed
a wish to act In them
If sh doesn't return soon I shall
die ot a broken hoart or go to an
tosano asylum. Just look at ray hair.
Why before Edna went away there
was not a gray hair In my head, and
now It is nearly entirely white."
lira. Knappman said sho fturod the
young mon whom her daughter went
away with aro "c.iUoLh." This Is tho
reason that sho Is now searching not
only tho better class cabarets und
music balls, but tho saloons and dives
in the slums and rod light districts
of Now York and Urooklyn.
Bight hundred members of ttie
ohurch and tho poMor, the Rev. Karl
Bdfrudhard, have organized searching
parties. Fifteen friends of the mother
meet at her Jiomo ovory Right and go
out in equads searching the trtrects
and avenues ot the city.
Tho mother haa had l.OCO cir
culars printed bearing her daughter's
Soture and her description and nho
us ihad these- placed In cabarets and
amloona and dives and danco halls.
Detectives havo "begun a search of the
moving ploture etudtos and theatrical
Edna, up to two woeka before her
dfempeoronce, attonded the DuAhwlck
Hlfh School, but then went to work
ID a dopartmorvt atoro.
RUTH LAW WATCHES HER
NEW AIRPLANE IN FLIGHT
Woman Aviator Claps Her Hands
With Glee as Carlstrom Tries
Out Speedy Curtiss Triplane.
NOrtFOUC Jan. B. Ituth Law, the
champion woman aviator ot America,
atvod on terra flrma yesterday and yaw
Victor Carlstrom rise to a height ot
several thousand feet In her new tri
plane, built especially for her by the
Carlstrom flew over Hampton Roads
and then circled Nowport News and
Fortress Monroe. Tho average speed
was more than 75 miles an hour, and
bettor could havo been made. The ma
chine behaved beautifully and Ml a J
Law claDDcd her handa with Kleo when
she saw It glldo and rlmi gracefully at
the will of the operator.
Tho (light was Hindi) Iron) the grounds
of tho Ciirllan Company's aviation
srbool at Newport News, iesterdny wag
tho first tlmu tho miichlno ever left the
earth. Mm Law was not afraid to be
tho first to rnulio n night In It, but i
wanted to aeu hnw It behaved by ob
serving another handle It. To-day dhe
plans to make a flight alone In It,
The machine Is of 1 10 horso-nowcr
and waa built to muko ninety miles nn
hour. A photograph of It with Miss
Law at tho wheel was tnken tho first
day It was run out of the construction
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Snrvlvlnar Major General
Civil War Dies.
BERLIN, Jan. S, Peter Osterhrun,
last surviving major general of the
United States forces in the Civil War,
died at the home of his daUKhter-lnlAw
at Dulaburg. den. Osterhaus was the
father of Hear Admiral Osterhaus, V.
BONW1T TELLER &,CO,
8A (Specify 6Acp0tyinationA
FIFTH AVENUE AT 36 STREET
of the Authentic
"JEUNE FILLE" MODES
for Early Spring and
Southern Resort Wear
New and Unusual modes
in Misses' Taillcur Suits,
fkSTuTVUfT A Co.
Coats and Daytime and
Misses' Tailleur Suits-of the newest cloth and
silk weaves white gabardine, Poiret cord, wool jersey
and serge; Khaki-Kool and pongee in the vivid Cubist
and Futurist tones.
Misses' Daytime Frocks Leather-omamented serges
of the trotteur type for morning and pastime; more
elaborate afternoon types of embroidered satins,
flowered FOULARDS and crepes.
Misses' Evening Frocks Novelty draped and em
broidered effects in silvette, soiree and other exquisite
silks, combined with cloud-like drifts of tulle.
Misses & "Flapper" Apparel
(at. U. H, fit. Off.)
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Misses' Plain Si Pur Trlm'd Suits... .29 JO to 55.00 I8.50fo45.00
Misses' Fur Trlm'd Vclour Stilts.. . 69.50 to 150.00 59.50 fa 75.00
Misses' Plain fi Fur Trlm'd Coats.. .29 JO to 49J0 18.50fa35.00
Mines' Attn. Bs Danso Frocks 25.00 to 49J0 15.00 to 29.50
"Flnppcr" Tnlllour Suits 25.00 to 42.50 15.00
"Flapper" Tnlllcur Frocks 10.75 to 25.00 6.95 9.75
Five Special Features in
Next Sunday WORLD
Magazine and Gravure
1 The Revelations of Von der Goltz.
2 Large Map of the World, in Colors.
3 Song Hit of the Hippodrome. Words and Music.
4 15x17 Photo of 5th Ave. Most Remarkable
5 Fotos of Forty Famous Folks of Film and Stage.
Order from Newsdealer in Advance
Sunday World Edition Limited to Demand
ALL CARS TRANSFER TO
"THE HOME OF TRUTH "i
59th to 60th Street Lex.to3d Av. kl9
Each day's business adds emphasis to the importance of this great annual
event in our store. The quantities of merchandise collected for the sale, the va
rieties of patterns and trimmings, and the comprehensive price-range combine to
make this sale one of the most important ever held in this department.
Look at the table printed below. It will give you an idea of the varieties
and prices provided.
Included arc quantities of domestic goods as well as hand-embroidered French
and Philippine products, together with Crepe dc Chine and Jap silk undergarments.
Tomorrow will be a splendid day for you to make your selections from this
stock of beautiful, new, specially priced merchandise.
Night Gowns in 152 styles, 49c 69c 79c 98c $1.49 to $12.98
Envelope Chemises in 73 styles, 49c 79c 98c $1.49 $1.98 to $7.98
Combinations in 37 styles, 49c 98c $1.49 $1.98 $2.98
Petticoats in 102 styles, 49c 79c 98c $1.49 $1.98 to $9.98
Corset Covers in 102 styles, 10c 21c 39c 49c 69c to $1.98
Camisoles in 26 styles, 49c 98c $1.49 $1.98 $2.25 to $3.98
Brassieres in 26 styles, 25c 39c 49c
Corsets in 18 styles, 59c 79c 95c $1.49 $1.98
Table Linens, Towels, Sheets and Cases
Utica and Mohawk
Sheets and Cases
$1.00, SI. 50 & $2.00
Hemstitched or Bcalloped; ser
viceable quality mercerized cot
ton damask; sizes 3 to 215 yards.
Satin Damask Cloths and
Scotch or Irish linens in heavy
quality; round or allovcr patterns.
Cloths, 2x2 yds ..$2.98 and $3.50
Cloths, 2x2 yds.. $3.98 and $4.50
Cloths, 2x3 yds $4.98 and $5.50
Napkins to match, 22 inches
square, dor., $3.75 1 24 in. sq., $4.50.
Irish Linen Table Cloths,
$2.75 and $3.25
All linen pattern cloths from a
famous Irish maker. Size 68x08
in., $2.75. Size 67x88 in.. $3.25.
doz., $2.50 & $3.00
Irish linen; size 19H in. square,
doz., $2.50; size 22 in. square, doz.,
Hemstitched Union Linen
Huck Towels, each 25c
Heavy quality, with damask bor
ders; size 18x36 inches.
Fine Huck Towels,
doz., $1.00, $1.50 & $1.80
All white or with pink, blue or
red borders, size 17x34 in., $1.00;
size 18x36 in., doz., $1.50; each,
12hc; size 19x40 in., doz., $1.80;
Linen Crash Toweling
Yd., 17c, 22c and 25c
For hand, dish or roller towels;
Bath Sheets, 75c and $1.00
The surplus stock of a large mill,
containing slight blemishes. Sizes
45x72 in. and 54x72 in.
Hemmed Roller Towels
35c, 49c, 59c
Each towel consists of 2J yards
of absorbent toweling with fast color
These well-known makes are of
heavy quality sheeting, free from
stnrch or dressing. The reduced
prices for the January Sale only.
Sizes quoted below are as before
Shcett. Utica. Mohawk.
54x 90 in. 65c 58c
63x 90 in. 70c G3c
72x 90 in. 80c 73c
81 x 90 In. 85c 78c
90x 90 in. 95c 88c
63x 99 in. 80c 75c
72x 99 in. 90c 85c
81 x 99 in. 95c 90c
90x 99 in. $1.05 $1.00
90x108 in. $1.15 $1.10
Pillow Cam. Utica. Mohawk.
42x36 in. 20c 18c
45x36 in. 22c 20c
50x36 in. 2Gc 24c
54x36 in. 28c 28c
45x38.4 in. 24c 22c
50x38 H in. 26c 26c
54x38H in. 32c 30c
Men's and Women's White Hosiery
Not only do we carry immense stocks of colored hosiery, but our lines of white stockings
are always interesting. For this January Sale we have prepared values that are irresistible.
Women's Hose, 19c
Pur., white mercerized lisle thread.
Women's Hosiery, 29c
Fibre silk hosiery with reinforced heels and toes.
Women's Hose, 79c
Pure thread silk, full fashioned with garter tops.
Men's Socks, 19c
Pure white lisle thread, reinforced heels and toes.
Men's Socks, 29c
Fibre silk socks with reinforced heels and double soles.
Men's Socks, 39c
Pure silk with reinforced heels and double soles.
Women's "Kayser" Union Suits, 39c
The manufacture of these garments will be discontinued owing to the greatly increased cost of
yarns. Hence this very special price to close them out quickly.
Union suits are of bleached cotton in white or flesh. Choice of low neck model with tight
knees, reinforced, or wide umbrella style trimmed with lace. Regular or extra sizes.
Our shoe depart
ment on the second
floor has a large as
sortment of high or
:gular cut models;
all nave rein
Women, black, $3.50 to fS.00.
Women's, tan, S3.98 to $6.50.
Women's, white, $7.00.
Doyt', black, $2.98.
Men' i, black, $4.00.
Women's Evening Gloves
$1.98 to $4.50 Pair
Of Glace or Sunle Kid, 16 to 24
Our Gloves are always excellent
values and this offering conforms
in quality and make to the Bloom
Men's Dress Cloves,
$1.50 and $2.50 Pair
Fowncs', Dent's and Meyers'
makes - recognized qualities.
Gluce Kid or Gruy Suedes in
white or tan. '
by registered optometrists with
the aid of latest bcirntific instru
ments. A consultation costs noth
ing, but muy be of grcut value to
White spherical lenses fitted to
comfortable nose-piece or spectacle
mountings, for reading or constant
at Special Prices
'The following prices will be in
effect for n few duys only;
Umbrellas re-covered with
American waterproof taffeta, 79c
Umbrellas re-covcred with
gloria silk, $1.59
Umbrellas cnlled for and dc
Can, 17c; Dozen, $1.95
Mnnrnnitu Peaches, Libliy's Kosc
dale lJriind Shredded Pineapple or
Engle Brand Ungraded Asparagus,
all from California. Packed in large
Canned Foods, 12c; Doz.,
Country Gintlcmon Corn, Maine
Style Succotash, Prize Winner Peus,
Ahtsk.-i Pink Salmon.
25-lb. bag, $1.83
Cold Medal Flour,
bbl $9.75; -, 66., $5.17;
Tomato Pulp, can, 5c
Speciully prepared for soups,
gravies, etc, Puckid in 10 ounce
cuns, dozen cans, C5c.
Old California Port,
Sherry or Muscatel,
Fancy Broilers, lb., 22c
Honstini; I owU.lb . 22c
l.uins of Ji-rsuy I'orU, lb., 18'
UgsofMilUVenl.il), 10 '.u
Logs of Canada Lamb, lb, lG'.c
Prime Honst Beef, lb , 14' .c
Swift's Boneless Bacon, lb., 19 (c
saoo I A V
Special 19 Coats
Solid skins, skunk trimmed
or plain collar and cuffs, bro
caded satin linings, length 40
to 45' inches.
Sizes as follows:
43G 338--940 --342
These arc high grade routs
taken from our own regular stocks,
all this season's styles, und ut this
price nrc at less than the price we
paid for them when they were
ordered lust August. They will
not be here long at this price.
At II' .jminpitalct'
A Special Sale of
380 Men's and Youths'
Suits and Overcoats
Tremendous Values, $12.50
jjj fxT About one third of
Jgp5i5 n these goods have been.
taken from our own
higher priced lines and
reduced. The others
come to U3 at such u low
price that we can afford
to sell tham at $12.50,
and feel confident of their
being really extraordinary
The suits ore worsteds,
easslmeres, cheviots' and serges,
in blue, oxford gray, brown or
green fancy plakl or striped
Three button conservative
two or three soft roll double
breasted or pinch back models
slses up to 46 chest regular
The overcoats are heavy,
winter weight kerseys, meltons,
cheviots in black, gray or
brown. Chesterfields, double
breasted, form fitting pinch
back or loose fitting, button
through models sixes up to
600 Pairs of Trousers, Special, $2.95
Fancy cheviots and worsteds, stripe effects; sizes 30 to 54 inch waist
it ff Id-
"ilf nooni(norfalf j"
Dalebloom Coats and Suits
at Reduced Prices
These are all Dalebloom goods, taken from our regular
stocks and price-lowered but still carrying the usual "Dale
bloom" guarantee. Garments with a name, with a reputation
to live up to
For Women and Misses
Silk plushes, wool plushes, wool
velours, broadcloth; navy, brown,
green, burgundy, also black. Ten
styles to choose from.
For Women and Misses
Men's wear serge, gabardines,
whipcords, velours; navy, brown,
green, also black, in about fifteen
Fall and Winter styles.
1 1 lloomlitndolt
Men's Hose, Gloves & Underwear
Well Known Makes
Marked at Special Prices
Good news for men! Here's an excellent opportunity to
start the new year with a liberal supply of standard socks,
underwear and hosiery.
We say "liberal supply" because at these prices it pays
to buy in quantities.
Samples of Kid Cloves, pair $1.25
We are not permitted to mention the maker's
name, but you'll find it on each glove. There
arc several thousand pairs purchased at a lib
eral discount, because they have done duty as
Glace kid, suede or Mocha
gloves, lined or unlined, in tan,
brown or gray. Not nil sizes in
each style, but all sizes in the lot.
"Onyx" Fibre Silk Socks, 29c
One of the best known brands on the
market. These socks huve reinforced heels
find double soles. Colors are dark or me
dium gray, navy, tan, champagne, also black
"Stuttgarter" Shirts or Drawers, 89c
Seconds of undergorments that retail at much higher
prices, if perfect. Medium or heavy weight gray worsted,
mixed with cotton to prevent shrinkage.
"Stuttgarter" Union Suits, $1.48
Slichtlv imnerfect. but serviceable. Nutural gray
in medium or heuvy weight worsted, mixed with cotton
""l to tirevent shrinking.
".If i(fooriilnoi!(il '
Plants at Auction Prices
In a Real Auction Sale
This is an opportunity to obtain all kinds
of growing plants at almost unheard-of
prices. Auction sales take place daily in
our Grecnhouses-on-thc-Koof at 2 P. M.
Combination Offer for 25c
Grow your own plants with this combina
tion, consisting of two huge pots filled with
cocoa nut fibre, also two dozen assorted
bulbs, such as crocuses, hyucinths, yellow
narcissus and tulips. All for 25c.
tran'sf'eh to BLOOMINGDALES''
TO 3D AVE. .
TO 60Th ST.