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THE EVENING WQBLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1923,
GIRL WHO NABBED
MAN IN THEATRE
A POLICE RESERVE
MISS HELENE SULLIVAN.
Says He Pinched Her Leg and
Makes Him Captive After
Slapping Him. ,
Miss Helcno Sullivan of No. 3606
Broadway, who, after being taught In
the West how to act In an emergency,
camo to Now York to be a yeomanctto
In tho Navy during the World War
and a member of tho Women Police
Reserves In Brooklyn, will appear to
day In tho Washington Heights Court
against a man charged with pinching
She was In the Costollo Theatre,
169th Street nnd Audubon Avenue,
She grabbed tho man by the collar.
slapped him, pulled him from his seat.
led him to tho sidewalk and marched
him two blocks to a policeman. The
prisoner, describing himself as Roman
Bonatto, forty. No. C01 West 156th
Street, said, "I was asleep In tho
Jhpjitrfl nnrl I'm nlirn I HMn't An wViaf
POLICEMEN IN DARK
Attacks Two With Knife Used
Trying to Open Cash
Two men stopped at Cauhold Broth
ers' cafo at No. 661 Tenth Avenue, near
42d Street, at i A. II. to-day and
smashed a glass panel of tho door. One
reached in, unlocked tho door, and
made for tho cash register.
Policemen Neuwcller and Regan of
tho West 47th Street Station heard the
crash and as they approached the man
who had remained outsldo ran. The
policemen with their flashlights saw
tho other man working at tho cash
register with a knife.
They went In and he fought them in
the dark. Their uniforms wcro slashed
and they received several small cuts
with tho knife, but when tho battle wa
over an ambulance had to be called
from Flower .Hospital for tho burglar.
Ho described himself as John Dcpoldln,'
twenty-one. No. 613 West 43d Street,
After his Injuries had been dressed he
was locked up In tho West 47th Street
riUNCESS MARY TO WED FED. 28.
LONDON. Jan. 23. It Is officially an
nounced that the wedding of Princess
Mary and Viscount Lascellej will 'take
place Feb. 28.
UMBR I ELLA
$3.00 Up J At All Dept. Stores
If a gale turns Storm
Hero insido out limply
. pull it back again. A
new framo if the wind
breaks it. '
MILLER BROS. & CO.
None Genuine Witliout This Tade Mark
Special for Tuesday, Jan. 24th
Nougat pobuoxnd 24c
ExtraSpecial Noon Day Bite
Between 12 noon and 2 p. m.
we will sell a Half -g g
Pound Bag of this i 1 if
Our regular 49c goods.
We Also Offer
WARNING ! Say "Bayer" when you buy Aspirin.
Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are
not getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians
over 22 years and proved safe by millions for
Colds Headache Rheumatism
Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis f
Earache. Lumbago Pain, Pain
Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions,
Handy "Bayer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 24 and 100 Druggists.
Aspirin Is the trade mark of Bayer Manufacture of Moooacctlcacldestcr oi allcjllucla
For Constipated Bowels Bilious Liver
The easiest cnthnrtlc-lnxntivc to
tphysic your bowels when you have
Dirtiness Sour Stomach
lb candy-like Cwcareti, One or two
to-nlftht will empty your boweh com
pletely by morning and yon will feel
splendid. "They work while you
sleep." Cascurets never stir you up
or urlpe like Suits, Pills, Culomrl, or
Oil nnd they cost only ten rents a
box. Children love Cuscuicts, too.
ThcVanamaker February Sale of
Yl i-T - TkT T rn TT - T-i
If - U - Iv - IN - 1 - 1 - U - IV - Hi
"will open Wednesday, January 25, with
"Days of Courtesy." Values greater than
Mm Ml 9 AT
Broaduay at Ninth, New York.
Wanamaker prices In the February s Sale
will be so low that it would bo foolish to Duy
furniture .until you compare with thorn.
Walt for tho Salel Ready January 25.
hdf Tuesday! Annua! Disposal of Our regular stock of Hosiery and
Iliderwear at average Half Price
The Bed-covering Store
has a bit of a disposal, too.
Bed Sets, $6.25
Our $860 grade
Bed Sets, in rose and
blue, made in Italy; scat
loped and cut corners; bol
ster cover to match.
Bed Sets, $8.75
Our $12.50 gtade
Single bed size.
The double bed size (90
xlOO inches), our $13.50
grade, has been reduced to
White grounds, beautifully
embroidered in pink, blue, rose,
yellow, white: scalloped and cut
corners; bolster coyer to match.
Blankets, $15 ea.
The very finest scarlet blan
kets, imported; 72x90 in.; black
borders; narrow green binding
at ends; extra heavy.
Silkoline covers, with floral
Large size, silkoline tops,
floral design, plain sateen bor
ders $5.50 each.
Fourth Gallery, New Building
QNE of the most
bags of the season
of black moire silk
$6. 75. .
Metal mountings. May be
opened from cither side and
conceals an amazing number of
conveniences mirror, and
pockets for change, bills or the
Pouch handbag, $5
Of duvetyn, moire silk chif
fon velvet in street shades that
have received the cachet of
smart women. Attractively
shaped metal frames. Inside
Bead girdles, $1
Girdles this kind are usu
ally much higher priced but
this was an exceptionally for
tunate purchase. Black,, blue,
Main Floor, Old Building
Hows and rows oft pin
tucks and wide cntredcux.
Stunning girdte of jet
The Georgette crepe frocks
have silk slips, a most de
IN THE WOMEN'S
A New Frock, hand-made and
typical of Paris $69.50
Crepe de chine Navy, Whitt, Blaci.
Georgette Black, White.
Shoulder and under-arm seams all reinforced by machine.
Second Floor, Old Building
W omen's all-silk umbrel
las, satin borders.
A particularly gooc assort
ment of ring or leather loop
handles the majority in the
popular amber- colored handles,
tips and stub ends.
Green, purple, brown, garnet,
navy blue and black
Main Floor, Old Building
9.75 to $11.75
Youthfully figured chintz
the most adorable color
incrs on light and dark
backgrounds. Gay frocks
that are the last word in
smartness, and exceed
Bloomer frocks are delight
fully box-plaited from the
shoulders. Semi-belted frocks
reveal deep vestees, collars and
cuffs of white Devonshire cloth.
Simple, straight-line frocks are
made in a charming Russian-inspired
style. Long waisted
frocks, girdled in wool, are
prettily bound around the neck
lines, sleeves and slas-hed bot
tom in sateen in a harmonizing
Sizes C to 14.
Third Floor, Old Building
Luncheon Sets, $6.75
IV'erc in stock at $12.50
lS-piece sets, with beautiful
hand embroidery and eyelet
175 Luncheon Sets
x at $2.75
Were $3.75 in ntock
Made in Czccho-Slovakia, of
heavy cream white linen, scal
loped by machine. 13 piece
22 in. Table Napkins
800 dozen, linen of excellent
quality; 3 handsome designs.
Made in Belgium.
70 in. Table Damask
Cream white, heavy quality.'
A number of very attractive
patterns to choose from
First Floor, Old Building
Femina Corsets, $4.95
Whether your taste or com
fort demunds a corset with an
clastic top or a low top inset
with clastic, long or short hips,
you will find a well-fitting
model to suit your figure in this
group of Feminas one of the
best makes of the modern type
Corfit. Third Floor. Old Building
In ih& t!nd-of-the-Year Disposal of Men's Furnishings
$1.35 to $5 Shirts 95c
C00 E. & W. broche shirts woven and printed madras high
count percales. Negligees, French cuffs. Wide choice of colors and
patterns in sizes 14 to 17.
$2.50 to $3.50 Shirts $1.35
3,600 E. & W. shirts; negligee, French cuffs; sizes 14 to 15
only but lot3 of fine choosing in those sizes.
$3.50 Imported Shirts $1.95
C00. all sizes; pleated rtriped bosoms, bodies of plain shirting,
to match; stiff cuffs; good colors.
$15 Pajamas for $7.50
C00 suits made n our own workrooms; silk, silk and wool, and
Scotch flannel (wool and cotton).
COO suits of $1.75 to $2.50 outing flannel pajamas $1.8G each.
220 pairs, chamois and white kidskin gloves $1 pair.
216 pairs, $2 and $2.50 silk gloves, heavy quality $1.50
$18 Raincoats, for $7.50 (25 only, sizes 31 to 40).
$20 Sweaters $10 Shetland wool and Scotch wool.
$15 Camel's hair vests $7.50 (15 only, no pockets).
$10 Boys' coat sweaters $6.50 (60 only, blue, maroon,
$2.50 to $3 Derbies and Soft Hats $1
S00, black derbie; blue, brown, gray, blick soft hats, sizes 6 to 7M.
Burlington Arcade Floor, Now Building.
26,193 Pairs of Hosiery
9,753 Pieces of Underwear
$40,580 to be sold for $20,179
Prices average half our own priceB that were marked on the goods until theyiwero
taken off sale, only a few days ago, to remark them.
Everything is from our regular stock except one small lot of men's underwear,
which was a special purchase, but this is also further reduced in price.
Everything is of first quality, except 49 pairs of women's silk stockings, 234
a ma ninnn.q nf children's underwear: only 38G pieces out T)f
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Some of the
35,946 pieces in the sale and these are plainly marked seconds.
misled at Wanamaker's.
All nh.pft in the lot. in one thing or another, but not in each kind.
lots are limited ; it will be wise to come early. .', 4
Rules of the sale:
Nothing sold C. O. D. or on approval
No orders taken by mail or telephone -
Nothing returnable or exchangeable k ;
Rules could not be otherwise. After tho sale there will be nothing to exchange
for; practically everything sells out in one day in a sale of this kind.
It is impossible to give details of the various groups, but included in some groups
All weights of Underwear light, medium, heavy
All lands of stockings silk, wool, cotton. All colors
Women's Silk Stockings
$1.25 were $1.65 to $1 .95
Mostly full fashioned, with cotton tops.
$1.85 Were $2.55 to $3.50
Mostly colors; various styles.
$2.50 were $3.75 to $5.50
Mostly Imported; fancy styles.
Cotton, lisle or tvqpl mixed
25c were 38c to 55c
Fashioned and seamless cotton.
35c (3 for $1) were 60c to 75c
Fashioned and seamless lisle and cotton.
50c Were 85c to $1.25
Mostly imported lisle; some wool and cotton
75c were $1.50
$1.25 were $1.75 to $2.75,
Cotton, lisle, wool. r t; .
35c each (3 for $1) were 50c
Mostly cotton bloomers. v ., .
50c each were 85c t) $i
Cotton union suits, vests and tights.
95c each were $1.50 to $1.75
Cotton, and cotton and wool mixed union
$1.50 each were $2.25 to $2.75.
Black tights and silk mixed yests.
$1.75 each were $325 to ,$4.25
Small lots of various stylos.
$2.50 each were $5 to $6.50
Small lots of various styles.
10c (3 for 25c) were 18c and 28c
25c were 50c and 55c
15c each were 25c to 50c
Cotton waist, vests and pantalettes. ;
25c each were 38c to 60c
.Cotton union suits and waists. '
50c each-were 75c to $1.25
Cotton union Buits.
$1 each were $1.65 to $2.50
Cotton and wool mixed vest,' drawers and
$1.50 each were $2.50 to $3.50
Cotton and wool mixed union suits
, Main Floor, Old Building.
Men's Half Hose
""' 7,237 pairs
25c pair Were 35c, but 50c grades
Cotton and wool mixed. A
35c pair (3 for $1) were 55c to 75c
Mostly imported full fashioned cotton.
75c pair were $1.15 to $1.75 , '
Mostly imported lisle thread.
$1.50 pair wore $2.50 to $3.25r
Colored silk, some with wool mixed. . ' t
$2.50 pair were $3.50 to" $5 "'J
Imported fancy wool.
3,740 pieces q,
50c each were $1
Ribbed cotton shirts and drawers.
$1 each were $1.50 and $2
Cottun and wool mixed shirts and drawers.
$1.50 each were .$2.25 to $2.75
Cotton union suits.
Cotton nnd wool mixed shirts and drawers.
$2.50 each were $3.75 to $5
Mostly ribbed combination suits.
80c each $1.50 and $2 grades
Cotton and wool mixed shirts and drawers.
Burlington Arcacto floor. New Dido.
35c (3 for $1) were 85c
Mostly lace ankle stockings
All available space is given to the sale to make the service prompt and efficient.
For women's and children's goods, m addition to the regular store at 9th and 4th
avenue, the entire Main aisle of the Old Building.
For men's goods, large extra spaces on the Burlington Arcade floor, New Building.
The March Issue
of the Monthly Fashion Sheets
of Three Great Patterns
Ladies' Home Journal
depicting the season'.' advance
styles are now ready for dis
tribution. We shall be glad to mail you
a copy, also a copy of subse
quent issues, if you will kindly
note your preference in tho
blank below and mail it to us.
Ladies' Home Journal
I McCall (printed)
S A 4 E
First Floor, Old Dulldlna
Our End-of- Year
Is now going on
Used Upright Pianos , $75 up
Used Player-Pianos, $395 up
Used Grand Pianos, $625 up
New Player-Pianos reduced $445 up
Piano Salon., First Gallery, New Building