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ftrsJff " 181.1 H X lfgOmifD, WgPyjBiPAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1917.
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OSLT .TMME TO EAT. '
Fn)k crf" ara in 'tlohtl Ac
cording to Qotocrnmtnt report,
ffccra ore only 63,168,i00 of the
cold ttorage variety tct.
to Coughs, Colds ;
Ml Srollml. InritMn.lr Horn-
Mirte Ilemrdr Tbpt Ij
lToraot and 8ur '
If you have n severe couch or che3t
cold accompanied with soreness, throat
tKkie, hoarseness, or (iltlicult iireath.
ifijr, or If your child wakes up during
the night with croup and you want
quick help, Just try this plessant tast
ing home-tnndc cough remedy Any
druratit can supply you with 2
ounces of Plncx (80 cenls worth).
four this into a pint Dottle and till tut
bottle with plnln granulated sugai
syrup. 'i iius prepared, you have a
pint of really remarkable cough
remedy one that can lie depended
upon to give quick and lasting relief
at mi times.
Plnex Is special and hliihly con
ccntratrd compound of genuine Nor
way nine extract, combined with gu
ftlscol and Is noted for Its speed in
overcoming severe coughs, throat and
There are many worthless Inula-
tlons of this noted mixture. To avoid
disappointment, ask for "2a ounce!
of Mncx," with full directions, and
don't accept anything rite. A guar
ante oi aiisoiute satisfaction or
money promptly refunded, goes with
this preparation. The l'inex Co., Ft
wayne, ma. Acirt.
N HAIL FORUM
Mi son and other tn order that Ui
Insurance be collected"
Counsel for the nurienbnens sub
mitted to Judge Nott Hint Burlenbnch
senior had made full restitution of
tho amount obtained from the Insur
"Wore it not ray the ract mat here
tofore tho replications of these men
OF EVENING WORLD
Your liver is
the Best Beauty
A dull, yellow, lifelet
kin, or pimple and
eruptions, are twin
brother! to constipation.
Bile, nature's own laxa
tive, is getting into your
blood instead of passing
out of your system as it
This Is tho tratmnt. In suc
cessful u.e for 60 yrsi on
pill dIlf mora only wb
Colorless facet often thowtha
btence of Iron In the blood.
Carter's Iron Pills
will help this condition.
bounds Keynote of American
ism, Declares Public School
Principal at Gathering.
Tho twenty-ono hlKht classes of
men In Iirtllc Hchool No. 147, Qouv-
crncur and Henry Htrects, gnthered
last nlpht in the assembly hall anil
accorded cnthusiaatic support to The
Hvcnlng World's Americanization
Forum. Principal Thomas Donohue
presided and paid a hlffh tribute to
The Kvenlnf; World, which, he said
had Bounded the keynote of Ameri
"Tho work of this enterprlslnc pa
per," be said, "chlmos In splendidly
with the work to tho samo end ibclnc
carried on In tho schools and the
preparation for citizenship by the Im
Ntsslm Helmr of the National Lib
eral Immigration l.cairuc iwld that he
was seventy-five years old and that
he hud coins to this country from
Palestine when he wus nlxty-one
years of age. He suld he never had
enjoyed the prlvllcRO of voting until
he came hero, and that every day h
learned more ubout tho wonderful In-
j stltutlons and opportunities of Amer
I lea. In the wrk of The Kvenlnn
World. Ji nald, ha rocojcnlzed the
greatest posalblo aid to strungers. lie
advised Ills hearers to study the
English languaire, as be had done,
and had udvanced himself In conso-
Harry richlneht told of tho organ -1
, Izatlons of fonuiis by Tho livening
World in all sections or tno euy, ana ;
of a bill In Albany which had for Its
jmrpose the legnlizlng of tho work. ,
To-night there will be a big meeting
for women in rumic oonooi no. u.
Ludlow und Hester Htroets, at which
will be Superintendent of Night
Hchools Henry Jenkins and other
hare been unblemished I would send
them to State Prison," said Judge
Nott "As It la I will sentence them
to the penitentiary there to be dealt
with according to law."
Under the recently amended law all
persons sent to the penitentiary servo
an Indeterminate sentence ranging
from six months to threo years.
Big CtottiI of nerinnn-Ami-rlean
Aiptnnt "Slur ffpanKttd Manner."
PHILADELPHIA, Keb. II. A huge
throng of the (lennnn-Anierlcnns here
laid night gnve proof of thrlr loyalty to
the Hlnra nn.l Stripes when thminmla of
lirm pprniig to their feet when thr "Ktsr
SpaiiBlod Hnntier" wns struck up by the
band nt tho ntimiil charity hull of ti.e
Phlliidvlphla Maetinerchor, h'lil nl the
Academy of Music The national an
them was repeated and the men sane
ond applauded vigorously.
H'ftlc a Philadelphia dwelling
burned n man next door rodlct!
a vhlcken V tho flre.
FATHER IS SENTENCED
WITH SON FOR FRAUD
IN BURNING OF AUTOS
Frank Burienback, Prosperous
Builder, aiul Younger Man
Both in Tears in Court.
Weit Forty-second Street
(Between Fifth and Sixth Accnucs)
West Forty-third Street
The Perfect Way
To Clean Teeth
Kew realise It lut 'he rorrwt n. -f
for ilrnttfrlrs l s I14..KI I ir III ros m
tbat ths KJins rtnulru much attention
sa ths teeth. Huioilont lnulil dentlf rlire l
peculiarly uilapleJ for tho puriuie. While
the brush Is uuxy. the Imrnileti hut e'foc
live anllieptic prjper'lee of the Ihjjld
gently enter the kupi tl-ue. overcome thf
bacterln and piea ve the sjmi Inelrid
of bleedlnif, receil'tir nnd m'e il Kiime
the uxer at HkkIoii l'iulu iirntlilo the
teeth with b lirm ell nr fouiiJatlun 11M
it the '" ""M f"""""'1' cl,ttn ,n
teeth themsel. Allvt
l'r.ink Hurleiibach, a builder of No I
16 fcSu(lum HtiL'nt, lirooklyn. .111J IiIm ;
mux, Frank, twenty-two veurs old
. tood with hands clasped ln-fore Judge
. Nott in fienenil Sessions to-il.iy, teirK '
stri'aiiiing down tlvlr face. Doth
were to be M'litenced on their pleas
if gtillt to charge of defrauding the
'lonie Iiminime Company of $3,200
through fraudulent pooof of Iosh on
' in automobile.
j "My son Is Innocent." the father
I walled. "1 am to blamo for everything."
"Knap quirt, father." the son ured
is he pressed his parent's hand.
Assistant District Attorney Wclr
told Judge Nott that tho elder llur-
, lenbach was a prosperous builder and
' stood high In the eatlmati.iii of his
neighbors in llioukln.
"In December. 1915," Ml. Wi'llei
; told Judge Nott. "the elder Ilurlcn
I bach ran foul of the group of uuto
mobile Insurance HWlndlerii operating
under tho pulw! of tho Monn Auto
naies i. onipuiiy iiiki wim inuui'vu iu
lend hla namu to their shi'tiici. As
the result an uiltomoblle absolutely
worthlesa by him for $3,200 and del
iberately burned on April 27 last by
Continuation on the Fifth Floor of the Fcbruury
Sale of Rugs, Carpets and Linoleums
Which provides an excellent opportunity to .secure high grade floor coverings,
At prices far below their real Values.
Wilton Rugs at $53.75
Wilton Rugs at $58.50
9x12ft.; regularly up to $82."0
8x101 oft.; regularly lo $74.7f
Wilton Rugs at $39.50
(Jxflfl.; regularly up to $50.75
Inlaid Linoleum, at 95e to $1.35 Plain & Figured Carpels, $1.25 to 3.25
Uegularly $1.15 to 1.75 per square yard Kcgularly up to $ 4.25 yard
Oriental Rugs and Carpets in desirable sizes and
artistie colorings, at extremely attractive prices.
Brass, Ivory and Enamel Bedsteads and Bedding
Are important features of our February sales. The prices quoted are
indicative of the unusual values available throughout this section.
SpeciaLHair Mattresses, eoo n
formerly $20.00.. at cZ-i.DU
Felt Mattresses, ,n Prt
formerly $12.30, nt cxu.ou
Brass Cribs, PO
formerly WU.oO tit c-ou
"White Enamel Cribs, C, c-n
formerly $10.00 at
Box Springs, - - - - at $13.50 & 21.00
Formerly $15.00 and 2,'J.OO
Brass Bungalow Beds,
formerly $11.00 nt
Enamel Bungalow Beds, 0
formerly $7.00 ut Sa.bO
Woven Wire Springs. - - at 64.95 & 11.25
Formerly $.'5..?0 ami 12.30
Ivory Hcdsteud, mi u tire tubing,
hvo-incli posts; in all nizes;
ICiiameled Ilodstead, two-incli con
liniious losts; in all .si.cs;
llnihs Jlodstfitd.CoIonial design, 2
inch posts, bright or satin finish;
in all sizes; formerly $28.30,
Om Entire Stock of Higfn Grade Fomitare
Including Complete Suites. Separate Pieces for' the liedroom, Living Room, Dining
Room, Foyer Hall and Library, together with numerous Art Novelties,
Alt Reducfcaoiras of 1 to S Per Cent.
West 42nd Street (Between 5th and 6lh Accnues) West 43rd Street
Another exceptional purchase enables us
lo offer To-morrow, on the Third Floor
Men s Winter Overcoats
(full silk liued)
Regular Values up to $30.00
Black and Oxford Overcoatings, well tailored; self
and velvet collars; sizes from 34 to 48
chest measure, stouta included.
West 42nd Street Between 5th and 6th Acemtes West 43rd Street
A Special Clearance, Thursday,
Women's Suits and Dresses
Suitable for immediate or curly Spring Wear
46 Tailored Suits 65 Women's Dresses
matlo of serge, galmrdino, vdonr.i
nnd velveteen, .some hand
somely fur trimmed.
Formerly $29.50 to 135.00,
$15.00 to 59.50
for street, afternoon or evening
wear, of serge, crepe, de Chine,
tnffela, satins and soiree silks,
Formerly $22.50 to 98.00.
8.1.2.00 to 45.00
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK MONDAY MORNING WONDERS.
Broadway at Ninth
This February Sale
It is astonishing to realize what a melting pot we have In
America of the good things that our forefathers created in
Europe hundreds of years ago and with which all uncon
sciously thoy liavo dowered us in our new land.
Tills thorough-going American Sale of Furniture is an
inspiration from the fine old simple styles mostly designed
by Chippendale, Sheraton, Adam, and other great members
of English cabinet makers of the eighteenth century, with
tho oven moro polite and polished models of the court
makers of Louis XIV., XV. and XVI.
An inspiration, it is, but not a slavish copy.
Tho lines and styles aro reproduced, but tho work is
dono for the American needs of today. The actual building
is sometimes done better than by those famous old makers,
if that were possible. Certainly the furniture is less heavy,
and less difficult to move, for with our apartments and
many flittings from one center of activity to another, our
demands are highly different from the old castle dwellers of
England and Franco and Italy.
At Discounts of 10 to 50 Per Cent.
Hundreds of tneso nractical nieces will be found in a half
hour's stroll over the 6th and Gth Galleries. A few examples:
Tcn-pluco dlnlnc-room suit in
Chlnrxn blue enamel, with hand
decorations dona in dull gold;
huffot, china cabinet, server, square
top extension table, (our side and
two arm-flatter back chairs with
black and Rold haircloth seats
Mr upholstered club chnlr from
London, with down-filled loose
cushion seat, $103.50.
Kivo-pleco mahonany bedroom
suit, full sized four.post bedstead,
dresser, chiffonier, triplicate mir
ror, dressing tablo und night
Child's mahogany bedroom suit
of eight pieces, with cane panel
bedstead, dresser, chiffonier, chif
forobe, dreslng tablo, night stand,
table and costumcr, $123.
Mahogany cabinet in Chlncso
Chippendale dcilgn, hand-curved,
Martha Washington work tablo
In gray enamel, with hand-decorations
dono in black, $22.50.
Tuli leather-backed chair in
black enamel with rush scat, $8.50.
Quaint cottage suit in antiquo
ivory, with full-sized bedstead of
the Windsor type, fan shape dresser,
chiffonier, triplicate mirror dress
lug tublu, t ubit!, nlghtstand, chair,
rocker and stool, $224.50.
Three-pleco living-room suit in
black enamel, hand-decorated, with
cane panel back and sides, and loose
cushion seats covered In dull blue
silk with Chin"se figures und scenes
in gold and other colors, $28S.
Three-piece mahogany finish living-room
suit, loose cushion seats,
$131.25. In blue velours,
Fifth ami Sixth Gnllerics, New miliums
A Few Furs from France
To Go at HALF Price
oak in Jacobean or golden fin
ish; part of 4-pieco suit. Suit
$1)8, regular price, $131.
Sixth Gallery, New UulliIliiR
Ton-niece mahogany dining
room suit, millet, cninu closet,
server, extension mine, one arm
and flvn side chairs, tupestry
Five-niece ivory enamel bedroom
suit with Adam decorations, full
sized bedstead, dresser, chiffonier,
dressing table und night stand,
Souirrel capo and muff
Siberian squirrel of exquisite
shade; cape In 1830 stylo, collar
Ermine and skunk set,
$185 and $125.
Hood cape of ermine with bor
der of skunk, lined with blue
velvet; muff Is semi-barrel, of
ermine with skunk border, $185.
The $125 set has boa of skunk
with Kusslan e-mlne, and beautiful
cmlnu tail ove' skunk-ends.
Mole and fitch cape, $100;
Wrap capo with hand-painted
satin lining. Harrel muff, draped
top, border of fitch; lined to match
capo. Fur Salons,
Second floor, Old Building.
Metal Flouncings, 75c yd
Silk Nets, 50c yd A Sale
Lace Shop invites dressmakers, milliners and the gen
eral public to take advantage of these new extraordinary
prices on desirable merchandise which wo have been able to
purchase at special rates.
Metal Flouncings. 75c yardPriced Half Less
Delicate silk not flouncings, 18 and 27 Inches wide, em
broidered in antique orbrltfht gold and s vcrand in colon in
troducing metal. Plenty of black and silver, black and gold,
white and silver, white and gold, and all sorts of pastel and
darker colors with metal. ..... . . , , ,
75c yard Is only a half and a third the original wholesale
price last autumn. .
Culais Metal Laces, 95c yard Priced Third to
Gold, silver and antique lace bands of different widths In
charming pattern, for millinery ns well as dresses.
Silk Nets, 50c yard Priced Half Less
Finu silk nets for party frocks. 40 Inches wide. Pink, flesh color,
black and almost every shade. This grudo usually sells at two and three
times this price.
Lingerie Laces, 10c yard
Kcmalndcr of special purchusc of jmltutlon filet laces.
Various widths. First floor, Old Building.
A Five-Piece Tea Set
of Sterling Silver, $145
in the Annual Sale of Sterling Silver is a good cony
of a fine old Georgian set. There are tea pot, coffre
pot, sugar bowl, cream pitcher and waste bowl.
Silver Wedding Gifts
include many beautifully modeled articles at prices
20 to 110 per cent, less than usual.
A hand-hammered bowl with pierced border, at $11.
A fluted fruit dish with pierced border, at $21.50.
A well and tree platter, it $58.
Candlesticks, $10.50 to $12.50 pair.
A rose jur of fine crystal, engraved with roses and having a
silver plateau with roses, $5(5- -Just half price.
A blackberry jam jur of enr.raved crystal, with heavy silver
top -priced Just half - at $8. Main floor, Old Building.