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THE EV ENING WOR LD , FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1 917. . , .
BY THE BAGFUL TO
TIE UP MUNITIONS
Peace Council's Treasure:
Told Buchanan Got 55,000.
Tho Infilil"- worMnitfl of I.hWa
Nntlounl I "fuc-fi I'ounul, wlilrli tlio
Uovorninrnt ilni.w una flniiiinl
mm i Tmr mn
m -A jui iu
Use "Ti." for aching, burn
ing, pufTed-up feet and
corns or callouses.
"SureJ I mo TIZ
erery lime for may
Oooil-byr, (tore feci, imrntnj? feet,
iwollcn fcot, tcmlcr fret, tired fcrt.
(ouil-byc corns, cnllmurs, t,.nlons
tml rnw spots. No mure aIioc liRlit
ana, nu more limping witti pn'i or
IruwIiiK up your face In ngimy. "Xii"
13 miiirlcnl, acts rlht off. "Tli" draw
tit ail tlic poisonous exultations illicit
puff up the feet. I'te "Tli" and .rear
mmller shoes. Use "Tlr." Ami forget
your foot misery. Ah I liow comfort,
able your fee: feel.
Get n 'JS-cent box of "Ttit" ne w nt
any ilnifiKlst or department store.
Don't suffer. Have pood feet, Kind
feet, feet Hint never swell, never hurt,
never get tired. A year's 'cot comfort
pnnrnntced or money refunded.
by Cnpt. J'ranz von Illnlelfn nn llio
mnlniiirlnir of IiIh Oariimii propn
Katulii, were tlt'M'rlhci! lo.dny nt tw
trial of von lllntelcn niul unven
Americana on winnplrnoy olinrRM by
Kriicnt llolim, former treimuror of
llin council nml wcrftiiry of tli
C'enlrnl l-'cdrrntml t'nloti of Uilwr.
I toll m outlined bow money, which
enmo from u myxtorlotiN Mitirco, watt
xpflit In Invlxh faithlon In labor
rirrlon, how Inn dlntuiire (rli-phone
wlros wpio kept hot Willi colivcrmi.
tlorm botwrfii tli'1 alli'KocI coimiilrntois
and how It wan loo inudli money
which llnally npllt Ihn ronncll Into
two fuoUoim, omi huulnl by former
'iiliKrfHtti:in I'rank Hiiclialiiin and
tin- other by llfiiry II. Miirtln.
Thmmh hn wan tronanrer. tho wit.
twits onld, ho only rroolvod $2,210 for
tho counririi oxpoiiK's, whllo Martin
Mjmnud lo -hiivo money In unlimited,
"Oneo Martin promised over tho
lonf: tllatnncc telnphoni! from New
York lo CIiIchko to neiul ne IS.OOO
for tho trcnmiry," lloJim lestlllod. "1
received Ihlft money on Jul 2". With
It I paid tho expense of labor deli"
Kates who camii to a meeting we held
nt WaahliiKton. J paid them ulmi for
lout wbkom and time."
Ilohm mild he find others mado
many lone dlntance pmIIh to f'hk-iiK".
"In onn converwitloii," he kiiIiI,
"Mr. Martin told nie to et In touch
with n Mr. Itunky at the Hotel Htier
man, ClilniRO. lie wild llimky wan
u liunlncntt man Intorwrted in tho
David Lamar had ndmltted curlier
that he bail rrKlslered at tho .Sherman
n h "!:. Husky."
Ilohm jiatd Martin wan tod him lo
neml men to labor ori?nnUutli.iiN In
New York, IKmtoii. Bridgeport, lla'.tl
inuif, I'rovblenco ond I'lttitliurKli to
net them to wild dileKatcH to u con
vcutlon .Inly 31.
AlMiut forty dolcKiuoH attendeil thn
fnnventloti,lncludlni? a delegation of
farmera who didn't take kindly to the
proposition to foment Mrlken In mu
nltlon plnntd. IteHoliitlonM were
IHiKRod, Ilohm aK.rlotl, favorlntc such
a proKrammo If ne-i ury to Mop the
exportation of mliiiltloiiH. Iluclianan,
Kowlor, Jucob C. Taylor, Herman
Hchultoln and Martin, ho until, were
all prcucnt nt Oil convention and
fnvorod thn rcflolutlonn.
The wltnonH tcNtlfled that It wna
at u econd meetuiR lield on A up. 1,
that tho break eenmo Hiotween Jluch
tinnn and Martin over who nhould
47-49 Went 42d St.
First Millinery Clearance
Sale of the Season
Trimmed Hat Salon
325 Choice Itenard Models
Values from $10 to $15
Untrimmed Hat Section
1,000 New, Stylish and Au
thoritative Shapes; Black and
Colors. Values Up lo $5.00, at
Ground Hour I
West 42(1 and West 43d Streets
New, Popular Styles in
Men's & Young Men's Suits
These garments are positive evidenco that men
can dress well at moderate cost if they .select
their clothes at Stern Hrullicrs. The materials
include fancy worsteds, eassimercs, cheviots,
blue serges ami flannels in blue, grey ami green.
Men's Smart Overcoats, at $15.00
t Worth $22.50
Conservative Chesterfield or button-through
models, in pinch or full backs.
The New Westminster Overcoats
For motor and street wear, made ex
pressly for us in London, in browns,
greys and fancy heather mixtures,
at $30.00 and 35.00
hold tho mynterloun money bapr. At
thin meeting lliiclmnan quit as
proildnnt and tho Martin faction
look control by (IocIIiik Taylor in
IiIk placn and 'putting Mnrtln at the
head of tho oxenutlvo committee,
r.iilowlnR Huehannn'K retiiKiiallon,
Ilohm wild, Martin becamo angry.
"He told mo that lluchnnun had no
reason to resign," testified the wit
lies. "I lo said ltuehannn hod been
Hell paid for hi services, und men
tioned fS.OOO un tho sum Uuchnnuu
Ilohm stated that ho had been told
by the defendant Taylor that a secret
nen bureau had boon organized In
Washington to disseminata tho activ
ities of tho l'onco Council and stir up
sentlmont against tho shipment of
nvld lnmnr surprised court and
spectators this morning by chang
ing Ids tactics of admitting nothing
continues. Etnco Germany declines I
and fighting everything by conced
ing that six different signatures of
fered in evidence by the (lovernmcnt
wero his. Iimar ndml'lcd that on
Juno 10, II, 15 and 21 1i had regis
tered ut the Hotel Astor In IIiIh city,
under tho alias of "K. Itiifky," and
Hint on tho last day mentioned he
had nlso engaged u second room ad
joining that nsnlgiiod lo "Itusky"
and teglstere.l for It ai Lamar."
lie ill mo admitted two alinhes on
tho register of the. Hotel Claypoolo,
at Indianapolis, whero ho was a
guest In May, 1315, wlillo ho was
promoting tho alleged von lllntelen
propaganda In Indiana,
Many telegrams wero presented In
court which were sent between Itu
chiinan, Hchultels, Martin, l'owlor
Suhmnrlne (,'hnarr Is llrnrtr.
rillCAOO, Msy 4.- Tho first of a
fleet of motor bonis and ym-hts nc
repted hero by the (luvcrninent has
been cimvcrtnd Into n siiliuiarliio
rhnser and Is rcsdy for service to
day. On what front the host will be
,mt Into service was not mado known.
ARMY BASE HOSPITALS1
TO BE SENT TO FRANCE
Will Reduce Number of Hospital
Ships, Which Hav.c Dcconic
Special U Boat Targets.
WASHINGTON, May 4. JJcflnlto
plans havo been completed for send
ing Untied Btates army baao hos
pitals to tho lighting front In l-'rancc.
Tho number of the units, tho time of
their departure, tho means of their
transportation und their exact des
tination cannot, for obvloua reasons,
The eendiltift of tho American hos
pital units Is In accord with tho plan
to Increase hospital fncllltlea riehlnd
the front and reduce tho number of
hospital ships, which have become
special turgcts for German subma
rines. Despite protests of tho lied Cross,
ruthless destruction of ships bearing
wounded soldiers, Including Germans,
continues. E1nco Germany declines
lo hear the protests- of civilization,
tho only courso open' to tho allien Is
to reduce tho opportunities for vio
lation of humanity's la's.
ANOTHER BIG CREDIT
TO BE GIVEN BRITISH
Second Loan Likely lo Be Larger
Than the First of
WASHINGTON, May 4. Another
loan to Great Hrltala within tho next
week was forecast by ofllcluls hero
Tho llrst credit of :00,000,000 Is bo
Ing spent ut tho ruto of IS, 000,0t)0 a
duy on purchases hero und It Is de
sired to complcto tho second loan be
fore tho Hrltlsh Commission leaves
Washington and before the first Is
entirely used up. it probably will be
larger than tho llrst credit.
Have home -mac
cake TODAY bu
be sure to use
The Franklin Simon & Co. Regiment
of the Home Defense League
Will participate in the Parade tomorrow, Satur
day, May 5th, and the store will be closed at noon
Franklin Simon & Co.'s Employes
to sunscniBE to
United States Government 3l2 Bonds
The Liberty Loan
ON THEIR OWN TERMS
Believing it to be our duty to the Govern
ment to encourage the sale of the "Liberty
Lxjan of 1917" among our employes, we have
arranged to invest our own funds in a sub
stantial block of these bonds, and to give
our employes the privilege of buying them
on partial payment terms
as low as One Dollar Weekly
thereby giving every ""employe
an opportunity to participate.
And all bonds will be delivered to em
ployes upon the first payment, even if it is
only one dollar, because we believe that
immediate possession of the bonds will
stimulate patriotism and economy, and be
cause the credit of Franklin Simon &. Co.'s
employes is unimpeachable.
Jranklm Simon &(Ta
FHTH AVENUE 37th und 38th STREETS
1 i J
West 42nd Street Between 5lh and 6th Avenues West 43rd Street
An Unprecedented Offering, To-day and Saturday,
Of a Special Purchase of
Women's Tailored Suits
In all sizes from 34 lo 14,
Smart, new shlos, mado of serges, Poiret twills and
volour: in attractive belted or straight-line models.
Values as high as $35.00
West 42nd Street Between 5th and 6th Aces. We43rcJ Street
A Reduction Sale, Saturday, of
Misses' and Girls' Outerweai
Atlraclivo styles, iniulc of Poirol twill, Jmoy
cloth, herges or tricolinc; taken from
regular slock; It, 10 and 18 yrs,
al $20.00 and 29.50
Kegularlu $29.50 to 45.00
Jlraid hound, tailored and dressy models, of
tricolinc, taffeta or l'oiret twills, only one
in homo .styles; 14, l(i and 18 years,
Regularly up to $89.50
Junior Girls' 1US
Shoe top styles, developed in,Jra,le mu
lerials, only one or two iu so,,U)jclS;
seizes from 12 lo 10 ycf
IteQularlu up to $27.&
Smart modeU full flare and hellccstyh"
bhoulder tape collar and silk liij
throuJioul; popular colors,
at $15.00 and 23.51
llcguhrly $22.50 to 39.75
Girls' Coats, To close out $3.95, 5.50 and 9.75
Made of serges, gabardinqs, poplin, checks, also faille slk; many handsomely
silk lined throughout; Spring colorings.
Regularly $7.50 to 19.75
' Tailored and Sport Jlats
That were formerly $1.95 to 1.50
are now $2.95, 3.95 tc 9.75
There are splendid assorlinents of small models in le favored .straws and
combinations, suitable for "Women, Misses and Girt Third Floor.
Women's Untrimmed Hals
Main Floor, al important price admlages.
$2.50 and 3.00 Black Lisere Hats; alsc I q-j
Nacre Italian Rough Straw Hats . . J i- lo
Superior Quality Leghorns at $150 each
"Willi mushroom and straight briir.
A Well-Rnown Brand of Sprt Silk
Will be available on the Main por
at $1.50 a yard
Former prices were $2.50 and 3.01,
Also a Splendid Selection of Silk PcC Ends
Arranged in lengths up to 6 yards,
Regularly sold up lo $4.50 a yard
at 68e up to $2:50 a yard-
Exceptional Values, Satarday, Mimi Flo
Women's Seasonable Nainsook Undcrear
Shadow Laee and Net Blouses, at $0
Lined with superior quality flesh cliifl'on and n
daintily trimmed and embroidered.
Ostrich Feather Boas
at $2.75 and )5
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