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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1917.
VISITS TO HIS WIFE,
(9cdl to TH Kt tnlnf World )
WIIITB 1'IjAINB, N. V.. Mnrch
29. Youlden Cotvle, corporal of ("om
pany l of the Bovcnth HcKlment, re
sumed tho wltnmg utanil to-dny to
defend Mrs. Hester llenwlck U.irlo,
who Is belnu sued for divorce by
Theodore Ijfincsbury Uncle, son of n
muttl-rollllonalra mine owner, before
Justlco Tompkins and n. Jury here.
Cowlo Is litttnnl In the husb.ind's
bill. Ho drclnred to tiny thorn wan
only a feeling of friendship between
Mr. Knrlo and himself. None of the
Stomach Upset? Stop Indigestion,
Gases, Sourness-Pape's Diapepsin
Instant Relief ! Neutralize stomach acidity and stop
dyspepsia, pain, heartburn, belchhig. Try it I
Wonder whnl upset your stnmncli
which portion of the fond did the
itniiwige do you? Well, don't bother.
If your stnmncli is In a rcvultt If sick,
pnisv and upset, and what you Just
nte linn fermented and turned snuri
lienil ditty mid nehest helcli gates and
nrlils ami eructate undigested food)
lirrntli foul, tongue coaled- Just Inke
n little l'spe's Diapepsin to help neii
trnllte aridity anil in five minutes you
wonder wluit became of the Indigrs
tiou and distress.
Millions of men anil women to-ilny
know thrt It Is needless to have dys
1 Box of fifty, $3.50
from Porto Rico
witnesses Jias testified to any sljrn of
affcctloi. between Cowlo and Mrs.
'iiirU,. Ii has been proved, however,
thai Cowls called nt the Knrlo home
vf.lls Kurlo was at biinliiess and that
Mrs. IXirlo tuoK Cowlo out riding In
her husband's auto.
Cowlo was cross-examined by Ills
lawyer, I'hclan Itanlo.
"Old you ever sit In a hammock
with Mrs. Hnrlet on tho porch of your
home?" ho asked.
"I never did."
A nelKhbor had previously sworn
Mrs. Karlo and Cowln had belli In
tho hammork several tltnos. Cowlo
decl.irid Hnrln hod never forbidden
him to nssiK'inta with Mrs. Kurltf.
"Ho did .iy to me, hnwevcr," suld
Cowle, "that lift tltdri't denim to have
his wifo seen with mo In public so
often, but that hn didn't object to
my calling at his house."
Cowlo denied ho had dined In the
homo of the Hnrles on December t,
1S16, whllo Mr. Karlo was south and
had ocruplod Karln's plarn at tho heail
of tho Inbln. The witness also de
clared hn went with Mr. and Mrs.
Knrle t tho (lediioy Farm Hotel anil
that he danced wtli Mrs. Kurin with,
out any objection on tho part of he.r
pepsia. A little Dlnpcp.iln occasionally
kcrps the stomach swrcteneil am) they
cut their favorite funds without fenr.
If your stoiiineli doesn't take care of
)our lllicnil limit without rebellion ; If
your food Is a dnmnire Instead of a
help, remember the quickest, surest,
most luiriiiless relief Is I'upe's Dia
pepsin, which costs only fifty cents
for a large cise at drug Morn. It's
truly wonderful -It Mop fermenta
tion ami aridity and sets tiling,
strnlght, so grnlly mid rnsily that It Is
ically usloiilidilng. Aclvt,
"Who discovered Ricoro? One of the biggest plung
ers on the street!" said the broker.
"He gave me a fine slick Invincible along with an order
for ten thousand U. S. Steel.
"Its rich tropic fragrance and soft mildness went right
to the spot.
"You could have floored me with a foot of ticker tape
when he told me it was a Ricoro and only cost 7c."
Sooner or later you'll discover
Ricoro isn't purely a price proposition. It's a quality smoke.
It's a beautifully made cigar of rich tropic fragrance and gentle
mildness. The popular prices of Ricoro are made possible
because it is imported duty free,
A dozen sizes and shapes 6c to 2-for-25c Sold only in
Vfomctnhood, Glory of Nation,"
Displays Feminine Patriotism
Stupendous Spectacle Is Sug
gested to Commodore Black
ton by Col. Roosevelt.
Tho Orcater Vltiigraph's now clght
p.irl preparedness speotncle, "Wom
anhood, tho (llory of tho Nation," will
4$LL3 if W. " J L 7
open at tho llrondway Theatro noxt
.Sunday night for ft run. Tho pro
duction Is now having a remarkable
run at tho Chestnut ( Street Opera
llouso In Philadelphia.
"Womanhood" grew out of a sug
gestion mndo by ox-Presldcnt Theo
dore ltoonevclt to Commodore J.
Stuart lllackton, director general of
tho Greater Vllagrnph. Tho story
was written by Commodore lllackton
and Cyrus Townsend llrady, and tho
production of tho spectacla has oc
cupied tho Vltngrapli Company a full
"Womanhood," which depicts Just
what would happen to tho United
Htatca if a powerful foo landed upon
Its unprotected shores, now arrives
on tho screen at n psychological
moment. Following the Philadelphia
opening, the Daughters of tho Amer
ican Revolution, tho National I'ro
parcdnens Society, the American Do
fonsn League, the National Security
League and tho Navy Lcaguo out
lined plans for n country wlds cam
paign to aid "Womanhood" In every
way. Vbosa organization!! will bavo
special nights during tho early part
of "Womanhvod'a" run at the llroad
"Womanhood" Is described as a
powerful preachment for prepared
ness. The propaganda nolo does not,
however, overshadow Its dramatlo
story. Tho production, dono with the
co-operation of the United States
(army and navy, Ls a stupendous one.
Itegulnrs and thousands of extras
' , .1.. I. .-I., I I I , 1. 1 . .. 1 mnnnnm
(ml liuifilicu 111 Hn Ulft UUltlD Ovii.i
A rcmarkablo Vltugraph cast ap
pears In tho production, numbering
Alice Joyce, Harry Moroy, Naomi
Chllders, Joseph Kllgour, James Mor
rison, Mary Maurice, Walter TUeOra!!,
Kdward Klkas, Templar Saxe and lit
tlo Hobby Connelly,
Commodoro lllackton personally
produced "Womanhood. Working
with htm In the artistic direction was
Director W. 1. 8. Kurle. Col. Iloose
velt aided Commodoro lllackton with
numerous suggestions. Indeed he ap
pears personally In several of the
SLIP ORDERED FOR
Construction Work on War
Craft to Be Expedited
WASHINGTON, March 29. The
Immediate construction of an addi
tional slip nt tho Now York navy
yards, suitable for building of battle
Hhlps, has been authorized, tho Navy
Department announced to-day.
Awards to two private ship yards
for tho construction of additional
submarine chasers were ninde by the
Bulldtrs of the battleships Mary
land, Colorado, West Virninla and
Washington have been requested to
expedite construction work. To in
dues more rapid work a speelal bonus
has been suggested by the depart
ment. Tho New York Shipbuilding Com
pany, Becrotnry Daniels said, also has
been requested to speed up construc
tion of the i tper-dreudnjui;:u Idaho.
The Newport News Company
Fulton and Bridge Streets
An Important Sale
Friday, Marty 30
0 . 500
Girls' and Juniors' Velour Chech Coats
in new color combinations, belted
model, with attractive collar of self
material; split pockets. Sizes S to 16 yrs.
Girls' and Juniors' Velour Chech or'
Serge Coats in high-waistcd, belted
or flnre models, with smart over col
Inr and cuffs of white pique.- Button
trimmed. Sizes 4 to 1G yrs.
Girls' Chambray or Hep Dresses in
brown, green; cadet blue, pink, ox
blood or plaid, in smart models; white
pique collar and cuffs. Sizes C to 10 yrs. .
Girls' and Juniors' Linen and Rep
Dresses in smocked, belted or guimp
effect models, embroidery trimmed;
in new shades. Sizes 0 to 1G yrs.
launched the Mississippi, a sister
ship, In February and will turn It
over for ofllclal tests In October. Tho
DrooKlvn Navy Yard will launch tho
New Mexico, another sister ship, on ;
jpru a, unu u win uo nnisneu in
the fait by speeding up the work af
The Now York Shipbuilding Com
pany has been having more or less
labor troubles, and this Is given as
an excuse for delay in launching the
Idaho. Tho Idaho should bo com
pleted and delivered not later than
October or November. It will be Im
possible to complete It within that
ttmo unless It Is launched within the
next few weeks and work doubled on
It after launching.
At the Navy Department bids wero
opened to-day for a large quantity
of ordnance supplies, and Secretary
Daniels announced that additional
bids would be opened Saturday for
construction of submarine chasers.
After a conference hero with Hear
Admiral Fletcher. Chairman nf (hi. Mlta
inspection Hoard, secretary Danlsls
taiu no woum announce next week
the selection of a slto for tho naval
armor plate and projectile factories.
The .Secretary probably will ask
Congress at tho special session for an
addition to tho -411,000,000 appropri
ated for tho armor factory because of
Increased prices of material. The de
partment already has designed and
ordered the machinery for the pro
jectile faotory and intends to begin
actual construction work on both
plants as soon as possible.
DRUGS EXCITE YOUR
KIDNEYS, USE SALTS
If your Back hurts or Bladder'
bothers, drink lots I
When your kidneys hurt and your
back feels sore, don't get scared' am!
proceed to load your stomach with 11
lot of drups thnt excite the kidneys
and Irritate the entire urinary tract.
Keep your kidneys clean like you keep
your bowels clean, by flushing tlicin
with a inihl, harmless salts which re
moves the body's urinous waste anil
stimulates them to their normal ac
tivity. The function of the kidnevs
Is to filter the blood. In 'Jl hours
thry strain from It fiOO grains of ncid
and waste, so wc can rcnilily under
stand the vital Importance of keeping
the kidneys active.
Drink lots of water you can't
drink ton mucin also get from any
pharmacist nliout four ounces of .Tail
Snltsi tnkc a tnhlespoonful in a glnjs
of water before breakfast each morn
ing for a few days anil your kidneys
will act fine. This famous salts Is maile
from the acid of grapes and lemon
Juice, combined with lithia, and has
been used for generations to clean
and stimulate clngprd kidneys; also
to neutralize the acids In urine so it
no longer Is a source of irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
Jail Salts Is inexpensive; cannot In
jure; makes a delightful rffcrvrsccnt
lithln-water drink which cveryotip
should take now and then to keep
their kidneys clean and active. Try
this, also keep up the water drinking,
and no doubt you will wonder what
became of your kidney trouble and
In Sizes 0 to 22 years.
Smartly belted or smocked
models in nil white or with
collars, cuffs and pockets in
solid colors or stripes of
navy, rose or Copcn. One
model is embroidered. Flow
ing black tici or white and
colored silk lacing complete
these charming middies.
Offered at a Remarkably
Largest Popular Prlc Carment (tous In New York
6 Ave. Corner 18 ' Street
IROQKtYN NEW YORK NEWARK
Featured at All Three Stores Friday
Vast Assortments of the Season's
Leading Models All Specially
Priced in This Great Sale of
Free of Charge
All Sizes from
U to M for
219, 221, 223, 225, 227
Cor. Drfgrjs Ave. BKOOKLYn Cor. Wyc!olt St.
GOODS DELIVERED ANYWHERE IN GREATER NEW YORK
No Denoslt 50c Weekly
Opens a New Clolhlnp Account
SOLID OAK EXTENSION TABLES library Table!
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OPEN MONDAY AND
VA. . . -JHEJrr
and all the
Market &Halscy Sts.
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i S125 Wcrlh cf Piirniiiiri
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