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THF EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1918.
Frln Trad ImproTea.
WAWINUTOM, April J3. Am.rtoas
roralfn trad in March ffctd
fUl recoveiy from tha drcllns of
ratant month., aa ihown in itatlstles
UsiiM to-day by tha Bur.au of For
and l)omtl Commirci. Ex
erts totalled $131,000,000. an Incrtaae
4f fUS.Ddo.ooo orr February. Im
Borta wera valurd at IJ4J.0O0.900. a
fain e 134.000.000.
IN 5 POUND LOT?
Direct to You
Bean or Ground
Saw. Patriotic cm ,,, Carrr Potlfr to
n- of H.IKm, If to, wh ft ,llTrrtd
3So a uoma. - fUtUfictlon luarutMd or
Gillies Coffee Co.
3,900 CONVICTED !N FIGHT
ON ENEMY PROPAGANDA
Represented Only Small Part of
Department of Justice's Work
In Polking Country.
WASHINGTON. April 85 Refutlnfr
recent charges that tha Dapartmsnt of
Juatlra had not bean aotlva In com
bat tlnf enemy propaganda within the
1'nlted Btataa, tha department to-day
reported that at least J. 100 ronrlcUoni
had lieen obtained durlnf the laat year
under "wholly Inadequate Federal lawa
aitalnet eabotase, dlaloyal utterances
and other forma of Interference with
Theae figures were gathered from par
tial renorta of United Btataa attornaya
and actually repreeent only a email part
of tho department'a work of policing
tha country. It waa aald.
On charaea of Interfering with opera
tion of the draft. 8.404 peraoita hnve
been convicted or hnvo pleaded guilty,
and 181 have been actuated. Undr the
Eaplonnge Act. which haa been itretc-hd
to cover many varying degrees of dla
loyalty. there have been Jjti convictions
and aeventeen acquittals.
BONWIT TELLER CQ
FiTTH AVENUE AT 38 STREET
Thg .proper care of
A Cold -Dry-Air Storage
Plant on the Premises
The Bonwit Teller & Co. vault is a most modern
storage plant, constructed of steel and concrete,
containing every innovation and device for the
proper care of furs. Furs are insured against
fire, moths and theft at a moderate cost.
Repairing and Remodeling;
Bonwit Teller & Co. are prepared to accept orders
for repairing and remodeling at specially low prices
during the Spring and Summer months.
Estimate submitted. Phone 7300 Murray Hill
To-MorrowIsMrs. Belasco 's
Day in Thrift Stamp Drive
HM6HT SAYS NO ALIENS
aSfa. iMIKhE& .
Enemy KUbUlttoa Efficiently Con-Ju-Jctl,
He Declares, Backing
Up Wallace's Statement.
! Police rtommlaaloner fcnrtftht gave out
a statement to-day replying to Norma n
If. White of the Army Intelligence Hu
rt iu who la quoted ni having teatlfled
before a CongreMkmHl Committee that
ftom JJ.00O to 80.000 enemy aliens In
New Tork :. nl refused to be finger
TIM Comndaalnner aald he was eon
vim led that no considerable percentage
of enemy aliens hud eeapd reglet ra
tion and tngw printing lie said the
work had hem done by efllelent men
who worked along rigid II tins and were
strictly eupervleed. A rotnparlaon of
the registration figures with the num
ber of permlta laeued to allena forbarred
tones carl)- In the war indicated that
the reglatratlun hud been done thoroughly.
hftghl aleo anld he hud heard of no
ratna of enemy allena rrfualng to be
ringer printed. Ha gave out a state
ment from William Wallnce Jr., In
charge of the Enemy Allen Bureau. ay
Ing thai the regteotrmtlon had been ef
Stape Stars and Theatrical
Personalities Will Make
It a Memorable Day.
One of the most alfrtvlrleant events
In the Thrift Stomp drive Is the big
public meeting that will be held to
morrow at the Public Library Plaza.
Fifth Avenue and ltd Htreot, from 1
tu P. M. with Mrs. David Belasco
The drlre here to under the aus
pices of the Mayor's Committee of
Women on National Defense. Boclal
and dramatlo Interests have been
looking forward to this event, which
Is termed "Mrs. Delasco's Day."
A most Interesting programme of
speakers and entertainers has been
arranged. Including soloists and
choristers. One of the soloists will
be Miss Clay4urg
Among those who will assist Mrs.
Belasco are Ina Oalre, Laura Hope
Crews. Marjorle Wood, Mrs Morris
Qeert, Mrs. Martin Rnxe, Mrs. Thomas
O. latten. Miss Grace lie I and
the ladles of "Ohu Chin Chow," "Oh,
Lady 1 Ladyl" and the Century ami
Hoof Oarden companies.
Mrs. Belasco haa also secured some
of the most prominent men Breakers
of tho city. Those who have agreed
to serve are Job EL Hedges, William
FM wards. Collector of Internal Reve
nue; Thomas (J. Patten, Postmaster
of New York; Ooorgo T. Wilson,
VIM President of the Kqultoble Life,
Lemuel K Qulgg nnd Martin Haxe.
II Is expected that a very large
crowd will be drawn by this galaxy
of stars and pcmon.illtlea, nnd a con
siderable sum Is sure tu be realised.
EXPECT NO PASSPORTS
FOR ENEMY WOMEN
HELD IN STORE, SAYS GIRL
llmnklrn t.lrl Ala rharaes lm -aflat
With I'nrae . l.lng
Plegf-led Khrenbert proprietor of a
drug store at No. 120 lfayette Ave
nue. Ilrooklyn. was this morning held
hy Mavlstrate Kodd for tha clrand Jury,
i charged Willi having anatehed a purae
I from Miss lleaals Trubs of No. 110 Wll
lovishb) Avenue. In a controversy over
photographic work dona at hla store.
Counsel for Mlae Truba preferred the
additional ehsrg that Khrenbert had
deprived her of her llbetty by refusing
to permit her to leave hla store. Hall
was Increased from 1500 to IS. 600.
James McGreery & Co.
5ft Avenue ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 34th Street
Purchases will appear on bills rendered June 1st
BOYS' CONFIRMATION APPAREL
All Wool Blue Serge Norfolk Suits
Boys' strictly pure All Wool Plain Blue Serge Norfolk Confirmation Suits,
fine twill serge, fast color; many new smart models; coats alpaca lined; Knicker
bocker trousers full-cut and lined throughout; size 7 to 18 years.
Other Norfolk Confirmation Suits $12.75, 15.00 and 18.00
OfTL-ials Here Do Not Believe
United States Will Allow Them
to Return to Germany.
Passports prohsbly will be denied to
sll women enemy aliens seeking to re
turn to derma ny. It was learned to-day
Although no flnul nctlon has been taken
si Washington on the apiilteaUona of
Margaret Ober Andt. derfiide Fisher
nnd derta Se-hanr Sehml.lt. who hive
applied at tho Allen BlMnV Human
for passports, one Federal official said
to-day thnt It was unlikely the Gov
ernment would allow them to roturn
Only women of Intelligence and
ncumen would apply for passports.
Federal oflli'lnls believe This theory
la sustained In the three rnses now
under consideration. Surh women, the
dovernment holds, would be able to
i-iirry hack to Germany much valuable
Information, and even without definite
facts might say much that would be
so Interpreted as to encourage the
fill HUH people.
Although the bill providing for the
arrest and Internment of women enemy
aliens has been a Inw since lust Friday,
BO arrests had been ntride at noon to
day In this dlstilet. Information on
several caaea of women active In
.prendlng dertnsn propaganda. has
been forwarded to Washington, but no
Instructions have been reCelVOd.
CASE OF PRINCE SIXTUS
STIRS IMPERIAL HOUSE
White Wh Norfolk
Brvs White Wash Norfolk Suits
made of fine quality Repp; smart
lox-plaitcd model: patch pockets; full
rut Knickerbocker trousers with belt
loops and waist band; size 0 to 10 years.
White Junior Norfolk Suit.
.i . , i .. I, i , ma .
$3.45 to 6.00
Boys' White Wash Junior Norfolk
Suits made of fine Repp, silk-finished
Poplin and Pique; in a variety of new
models; size 5 to 8 years.
300 Boys' White Madras Blouses
With or without collars; size 7 to 14 years.
"Sampeck" Clothes, standard of America for boys, offered
for sale, exclusively in New York, by James McCreery & Co.
Perl! Seen in Activities of Members
of House of Bourbon De Parma,
HHH IIBIIUM. April 25 The nerlln
Tugrhlatt prints the following despatch
"The members of the Imperial
House of Austria met at the Arch
duke's Palace and decided through
him to point out to the Bmporor the
prejudicial consequences which the
activities of members of the House
of Ilourbon Do l'arma residing abroad
might have for the Interests of the
House of Hapsbut g -Lorraine."
The ttbmplnlnt pmhahly has refer
ence to the case of prince Slatus.
brother of the Austrian ttinprela. It
was to rune., Slxtus, an officer In
'.11 Belgian army, that Fmperor
CharJeai wrote bla famous letter of
March 11, 1917. In which ho made
peace suggestions for unofficial uU-
.i.teelor t" I ranee urn! F.nirland. and
ii h revenled by the t. xt mads puhl.i
ny the FTSnen fffovs rnmeni cany inn
month, ulludeil tu "France's Jus'
rlalins residing AUa Lorraine.'
which he promised to support.
Daily Lectures nnd Demonstrations by a Food Expert from the hurenu of
Food Conservation of the
FEDERAL FOOD BOARD
who will demonstrate the use of wholesome substitutes in the preparation
and planniiiK of meals,
Daily Lectures, 10.30 A. M. to 12.30 P. M. 2.30 P. M. to 4.30 I. M.
in the Model Kitchen, llousefumishing Department, Sixth Ploor.
Friday 10.30 A. M. Potato Cookies; Steamed Pudding,
2.30 P, M.- Potato Bread Pudding; Bpiee Pudding.
James McCreery & Go.
AWfVWW M I "If l I 1 1 ill
at Moderate Coat
Furs are ffrfpctly rleiined
by skilled workmen, who re
move all dust, moth (ggS 'Hil
other foreign mutter.
Storngo Vaults on Premises.
Request to -f . 1 1 for poods will receive prompt
attention. Telephone Greeley (:J80.
sUft 1 M . M 1
STORE OPEN ALL DAY TOMORROW
Lord & Taylor
38th .Street FIFTH AVENUE 39th s'treet
BUY LIBERTY BONDS TODAY
Bond Booth, Ground Floor
U. S. Flags for Liberty Day
Old Glory Should Wave From Every House and
Every Building Tomorrow
Lord & Taylor Flags are of guaranteed all-wool bunting, with sewn stars and
finished workmanship Flags that arc made to withstand wind, rain and sun.
.4x6 5x8 6x10 8x12 feet
$7.50 $9.50 $14.50 $22.50
American, British and French Silk Flag, 12xM inches, 50c
Flag Poles, Brackets, etc.
f ourth Clour
Thousands of Women Are Taking Advantage
of the Economies Represented in the April Sale of
Lord & Taylor Hosiery
Black or White Silk Hose
Very fine all silk hose, pointcx heels
snd dainty openwork clocks, now so much
in vogue. Per pair , $2.25
Black or White Silk Hose
All bilk high spliced pointcx heels, lolej
and tops. Per pair $1.50
Clocked and Novelty Silk Hose
Black Richelieu ribbed with white clocks
nnd plain white with black clocks. All
are full fashioned and have double heel:,
and toes, with lisle soles and tops; llso
verticil effects in silk and lisle mixtures,
smart looking for sport or street wear.
Per pair $1.45
Black, White and Colored SilkHose
Richelieu ribbed silk in black, navv,
champagne, pink, sweater rose; also plain
black, white and a variety of colors; white
hose with fancy black clocks. Per pair, $1.10
Boot Silk Hose
fashioned fine gauge, with high
heels, double toes and tors, in
black or whitr. per pair 59c
Silk Lisle, Lisle or Cotton Hose
l ine gauge lisle in black. Lustrous silk
lisle in black or white. Summer weight
cotton in black or white; also medium
weight black lisle in the out sizes. All are
full fashioned. F'i pair 55c
Men's Half Hose-
Lisle Thread Half Hose
I' iceptional wearing quality, in black,
navy, tan, champagne, grey or while.
Per pair 2Hc
Tuo- toned Silk Half Hose
Accordion weave, with lisle soles and
heels. Black and white, black and red,
suede and hrlio, tan and white, navy and
green, und other combinations IVr
rSftt Half Hose
Navy, grey, tan, champagne, black,
viite and various other colors. Per
Plain Colored Silk Half Hose
Heavy weight silk in navy, grey,
champagne, bued'", mahogany, green,
purple, black and white. Per pair, $1.35
For Friday and Saturday's Selling
Imported Leghorn Hats
Special at $1.95
The Leghorn, Summer's favorite Hat, is promised a tremendous vogue
for Spring as well. And because it is so picturesque, so becoming and so
simply and easily trimmed, many women will consider its purchase a means
New Sailors, Wide Brimmed and Mushroom Shapes
At This Price, Remarkable Values
Feather Bands, for smart Leghorns, are
of burnt ostrich, in Suit colors; reproduc
tions of a very expensive novelty. Special
Flowers for Leghorn Hats, are June Rose
bud Clusters at 45c, and crushed white and
red Roses, 3 in a bunch special at 95c.
I . v ,w -i
I Wt" Mcnirld 1918
Poultry, Live Stock and Agricultural Annual
MAY BE OBTAINED FREE
At The World's Main Office and All Branch Offices.
On application copies oj The World's PouUrf Hook trill be forwarded
free of charge by mail
A complication t advertisements covering all branches of the Poultry and Live
Stock Industries, llest places to get seeds for kitchen garden planting.
Interesting articles on the raising of ohickent, vagatabUs, doga, live stock generully, &c, &c.
Address Poultry Department, The World, Park Row