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THK EVENING WORLD, THtTRBD AT, NOVEMBER 38, 1911.
ITAI New Polyclinic and Its Geniui hospitals out $1 ,500,000 J I p I 1 aaaa 1 t yatarday and Saudns- iNMMilK to 1110,000, which was 111,000 better than f i the preccdliiit Jear. but still far below utmnt ncroe, gfOrttafy Ft tfOf lost D. Creene says In the report that current expenses of these forty-live hoajpttalg ex-erds by mere than 11,'iOO.noo annually their entire Income from payliiu patientii. Oily appfojn lAtlOfli and Invested run, Is. It l extremely dlfflc ilt lo make up the deiicit b private eontrlbutlofia. especially as 101 other hospitals and nearly 100 dispensaries are also ap. neallne to the charitable. PERSIA BOWS TO RUSSIA. London. ,fov, The TvrMan Ooir. ernment ! B0 notltied tie- Brltlth Uov- trn sient that, aotlng under the latteri agVloSi 11 Will Comply with tho demands of the r.usslaii ultimatum and will apologise. Orders have been given to withdraw the gendarmOO sent by Trea'.trer-!eii-eral sinister at tlie liistauco of the Na tional Council to seise tho properly of Sliua-es-Sultaneh, a brother of the ex Shah of Persia. I 1 Ion 11 1 port The annual rp.rt of the Hospital Saturday and Ntinday Association Is sued yesterday shows that 1 - -' lays of free treatment to the poor were given In the last twelve months by the forty-five hoapltali belonging! tu the association. Collections In the , hurchee to assist this w.'rk grnounted lL soon be open .t New Polyclinic, Labor 35 Years of Dr. Wyettt, Cost Architect's Life. f J DOCTORS sss i LRfH; rlfirlf I 1 T !J PB p 97 WW ,1 I wwm NY GENEROUS GIFTS. i 5 Ml bers 01 Staff Add to Do tion of Services a Great Part of the Building Fund. Won' oil St. rounn doctor, fresh from ths Loiiif- Medical Schoil. started to prictte lia own sma.il Alabama town thirty- years ago. But he Mi dissatisfied fix limited -nd, education h received, and felt unprepared for great task of taking t'he reap nl ,y or miman lira ui nia aimis lie ted more knowledge. he atarlod In business to nmke y with ith:" to advance hi ea. In tils young- mind a great Idea Ita in !!: He wanted to create ltal, where youne; doctors from vr the wot Id ooulri study ami work the beet fpedallata. where thejy lit themselves perfectly tor the ork before them. In tact, a bospl- wbere they cuuld become perfectly rod for their work lefore hunglne their shingles. at younc dortor waa John Allan Hi of No. 344 Lexlnerton avenue. Idea has materlallted Into one of greatest, nioit perfect hospitals In country, the new 1700,000 Polyclinic, tal. which la nearltig completion at eth street and Eighth avenue, and will be open to the public In a time. Weyth has given tlilrty-flve years eonsUnt thought and activity to la the establishment of this great tutlon. But the work has taken Us Three weaka ago. Thomas Rowe. architect who drew the plana for institution, died at his home, at lt East Forty-seventh street from result of his Intense labors snd rlaa In making ika wb mM crowning feature of his career. Me Was only forty-fh a years old. years ago Mr. Rowe, while ag on the porch of his summer at Lake Placid, received word a number of the most prominent Bldans In New Tork. Dr. Wevth he- lawns leader, that he had been chosen h the plans for Ui new polyclinic sDltal. It waa a great wor. und s arduous task. Mr. Rowe tipent sMths In constant consultstion with best known specialists In the coun- ettlng their suggestions, which enable him to combine the hlgh- asBdegTee of technical sclenco with the t development of modem arohltee beauty. The result has been the perfect hospital In New York and, fsismhps. In the country. ARCHITECT COLLAPSES AFTER COMPLETING WORK. rslstently and unceasingly air. Be worked over his plans until they completed, and -net ullh the up- tul and commendation of everyone lernod. l.'p to three tveekr ago. Mr. fa supervised and watched every ill. Then he collapsed, lie die. 1 leav- pchlnd him an cvcrlusilnti inon'iinent lis name fta of nearly fl.uOU.UOO have been la to the new Polyclinic and the en- m mm i ,u mm iismm :jmmm ZXJKKX CtrC OSlTXC auui T5T2 . down to the present hospital on Thirty fourth rtreet and explained to her the object of tie work. Immediately she gave -ne llfti.AOO towsrd the erection of the n. v building. OFFERINGS HAVE COME FROM ALL WALKS OF LIFE. "Men In all walks of life have come forwu-J voluntarily and giver, whit they could afford. The best Illustration that physicians arc enthusiastic over the work and the results that the i'ulv c.llnlo has obtained Is the fuct that al most half of the donations received have "imn Irom medical men. . "Vhn the new liullrtltttf opens we shall lake care of the cTty amlnilin i servtre for ih. upper west side. Roose velt ifoepltal used lo do that work, but ! some time sgo notified the city that It could not continue It We shill have a'ltotnr.bllc JttbulftnoaJI and a pat feet emergency ward." I Mrs. lliiwi-, widow of Thomas ICowe. I was seen IQ the former orllee of her ihushand at No. MO V. st Perty-SaOond street. Mrs. Rowe u supi rlnti ndlng the eloslng nf the ufllce. "Mr. Rowe worked uneeminsiy on I the plans for the Polyclinic Hospital." said .Mrs. ltowe. "He was enthusiastic over-the work lie wanted It to In pgr j feet. "The doctors who attended htm durlnir his Illness sai l that his death had In en hurried from the worry and the over I work In his labor on the plans. Up to the minute he took to his hed he was actively concerned In the details of the work." Contrary to the old method of havlim the operating room on the top of the buUdlne; so as to have the use of a sky light, these rooms, with two amphi theatres, are on the third and seoond floors, and are lighted by electric!!' There Is not a corner In the build ing. This la to prevent the possi bility of concealment or breeding of any germs In crevices. The floors are all of prepared concrete, snd the opetatlnK rooms are so built that they could tc filled with water without fear cf any 1 damage. Up I'lva. n..l nl.ra.l I- , V ,. I , sua, will go Into the hospital and ..,..., tmm Mae. ., ulpmetil. Most remark;, of all, wnn tne hosptlti came danperously eat deul of Ihe money which has ,,,., rinsing Its doors for lack of fundi. tatnrd tho old hospital and erected The teaching staff at that lime rulsed ew one has come out of the pockets IM.OW from their own purses to con- e hospital's slsIT of phy ans. not uni" me institution. Mr. rryae. when n iruiiitm u una, yiuilllll) UOiU.lieu the amount. The I.adlee Auxiliary Society con nected with the hospital and composed of wlvee of the teachers, has under taken to provide the f 1 1 1 1 risen for Ihe children's ward. It will have a benefit performance of "When llunty Pulls ihe Ktrlnis." at the Willie Collier Theatre, Wednesday afternoon, December . I'nlnnlata Win oulh Moiuerset. I.oXDoN, Nov. The Itudlcal -stronghold of Mouth .Somerset has gone over to tho Unionists. Tin, Hon. Aubrey Herbert has been elected to the vacancy luseil by the raisins; to the peerawe of Award. Itraohey, Mr, Herbert's majority was Ms. This Is tho second Unionist Kiln since Mr. Uonnr Law be came leader Of the I'nlonlst party In the He c Commons, cj, m sir bis lot whom rill receive a cent for loes. , I Polyclinic first became a reaMty i old building at No. :'14 Kaet Thirty- 1 street In 181. lu, one purpoge to ufrord young doctors from ver the world an opportunity or lying modern surgery and medlolae kr the best professional skill In the Id, and at the same time Pe ng active abera of the Hospital staff ihem- as. Wyeth apoke feelingly to-day of thsfgnany dimatlons that had been made Inatltululi uf wlui-t. Jw was the he greatest thing about this hospi- said Dr. Wyeth In Us office, "ts ltrulstlc spirit and tts philanthropic h. Not a doctor In the entire Instl- n excein the physcisn ui the head e laboratot y receives a penny. Doc- from all over the country, rt-eosj- the value of an Institution of lis have come forwurd and helped with their generous and sincere offer- YOUNG DOCTOR, FELT NEED OF MORE TRA.NING. "Alien a young doetoi, after I had gjrtftuated from medical school, I fast tmjlack of what I thought praixu train -tn for a maa who Is to take the re ap' istbillty of human life In his hands. ' II the Polyclinic Hospital a soun ; do or, from any part of the country or aCurope, may pay his anuill fee and atdty thsre, with all the active assist -mutt o hospital work to train him. He wi Dhae the best physicians, spei Valuta stsv ojs In every line of work The caset n ' brought in from everywhere. The pa enta receive the benefit of the treat no t and Ihe young doctors the train Ini A doctor may enter at any time ma leave when he want Only one luato la ten can now have the op- funlty of entering a hospital as an rne. This plan takes the place of oenhlp In other hospitals It was this kind of a training thai I fin-1 wben I graduated from medical itve spent many years founding hospital. I have received wondrr gnd generous support. In this very came William 1 Clyde, who heard at the work, and he gave his oheck. out to me personally, for 1100,009- m M.oraseo mat gut With an- imrck for 1160.000. ken I heard that Miss Helen Har- itssttM waa looking far a worthy HOW NATURE CURES CONSTIPATION And why drug's arc being used less and less for that purpose. The ctg inn of Internal Raining for keeping the IntMtitkM pure, dean .ni.l free from poisonous mutter curiae i on .tipiiiitin, bUiottnas anil (lie more serious diseases wliicli they lititiK on lias become an universally popular, utnl mi scientifically correct in ils application.! as to merit the most serious consi iteration. There lire olln r methods which partly rid Ihe IJTlb m of the hi iilnilllateil waste which lirii'L's mi coitnlh ss ills, but w hit h force Nature und are not hy any means thorough in their results. Oil the contrary, the scientifically constructed iBtctBM Hath gently assists Nature, hut It infinitely more thorough in its cleanliness than uiiy urui', no inulter what its nature. The J. II. L. Cascade, which is now hcing used and praised ly thousands and pre serihed by many eminent phvsi cians, is now heiiig shown and explained by nil RJkgff DruK Stores in New York and llrooklvn. Its action is so simple and natural as to immediately appeal to all oinmon sense. That is the reason for its great and deserved popularity Bt Valuet at th Lowtt Price' 121st Street Special biiday Boys Chinchilla Q QQ Coats. Q.ZtO A special sale of chinchilla coats for boys from 2'- to 10 years, at a savinn of just $1.00, in only two colors, gray or navy; trimmed with gray or blue velvet collar, block and white wool checked lining nnd large buttons. Girls' School 1 QIT Coals, J- ZsJ Made 'from all wool clookings in a large selection of funcy mixtures, kerseys nnd Veneiiuns in medium nnd dark colore, all fancy trimmed, buttoned to neck or sailor effect, sizes l to 14 years; value 1.98. Women' Dress Skirts All-wool heavy serges, par.umas, cor duroys and broadrlothn; latest models in empire 01 belt effect , panel front and back: full pleated or O fancy trimmed; special .., sort far Girls' Serge Dresses Strictly all-wool serge and cashmere, one or two piece effects; trimmed with silk soutache braid and buttons; several models, all colors; warm lined; sixes 6 to 14 years; regu f QO lailv 2. 98 i.JO Misses' Underwear Heavy bleached cotton lieece liiud combination suits, with drop scat, for girls from 4 to 14 years, -?CJ special J2C Misses' Aviation Caps The popular worsted cap of xephyr wool; targe size; combina- 'JCi tion of fancy colors J JL Women's Underwear Heavy fleece-lined, pellrr color vests, lone or short sleeves: iianta to Extra sues, 1.98 ants t J5i Boys' Suits Large variety of patterns m fancy tweid in the popular double-breasted oi Notlollt models; knicker PaatO) sues H to 16; special Boys Shoes Kangaroo storm bluchers; strap and bluchers; heHvy leatner roles, peRgcd and stitched, sixes 9to 13-.; -t Cr ic ioi , xiieZij Misses' Shoes Patent hothcr and gun metal; high t . sues 1 1 to 1 ; IAD Speriltl J. .fO Picture Frames Finely eilded; round or square cm net ; bjiecinl Boys' Hose atrongrilied, double knee, fust If) black. Sixes 6 1 j to 10. special 1 JQ Bleached Sheets Sixe HI by 90 in.; extra fine grade seumcd centres; will wash QO heavier; value 49c. JOC Bleached Pillow Cases 45 by in.; extra strong 1 Q and durable, value 16c... AssV 29c Enthusiastic Co-operation of Manufacturers Increases Notable Opportunities in Tailored Suits for Women Tomorrow All at the One Price $16.75. Regularly $25 to $40 320 fresh ntw suits, finished only yesterday, will be ready tomorrow, 180 frcm the manufacturer who sent us the first lot of suits announced Tues day. All today's arrivals are broadcloth with panne velvet collars, the style which most rapidly sold out Tuesday. Rose, green, black and blue. 140 new suits frcm a manufacturer famed for his. superior severe tailoring. Splendid workmanship, excellent cut suits that fit in many cases without altera tion. Tweeds, cheviots and plain materials. All sizes Up tO 40. Second floor. Old Building. Christmas Gifts for ihe Azores, the Islands in the West Indies, British Guiana, the Leeward Islands, Chile, Peru and the west coast of South America, China and Japan must leave New York tomorrow Wanamaker's World Christmas Headquarters are at your service for suggestions, quick selection, appropriate holiday wrapping and forwarding of packages, and for the rendering of any personal service required, without extra charge. These Christmas headauarters are also at the service of The Forehanded who desire to avoid the hasty selecting and incon venience of last-moment shopping, and who may wish to choose from the sample stocks now ready. The time is short. A year ago today was Thanksgiving Day, and the Christmas buying had begun. The Personal Service Bureau will take charge of purchases desired for later delivery, which will not be charged to the purchaser's account until the mer chandise is delivered. Fourth floor, Old Building, Adjoining the Tea Room. of Ooenine a Great Christmas -Store Leather Goods Novelties from England, Austria, France, Ger many and America, Special sections for men's gifts, wonderful collection of unusual things for women PriCCB moderate. Main floor, Old Building. Christmas Handkerchiefs Thousands and thousands of new, beautiful all-linen Handkerchiefs. The Handkerchief Store three times its normal size outpost in Christmas Headquarters choose now for gifts and save last minute delays. Main floor. Old Luilding, . 1800 Pairs of S Women's $1 & $1.50 Silk Stockings, 65c Pair j Pure thread silk. Good 'enough for Christmas giving. In black, white and colors. Mill irun of a manufacturer who makes no silk stockings to retail for less than $1 whose $1 and $1.50 grades are carried regu larly in the Wanamaker stock. These are those grades. Some slight faults in the knitting bring I them down to 65c pair. Main floor. Old Building. 'The Specialty Store for Girls School frocks such as the smart little English girls might wear simple in cut to the point of plainness but bright ened up, say with a plaid silk belt which is knottt i loosely at one side or a touch of bright scarlet braid. The dress with the plaid belt is made of fine French serge and is but $8. Plaid worsted dresses with trimmings of plain blue serge are $6. Custom made Russian dresses with hand embroidered em blems. $9. Rubberized poplin rain capes with plaid silk hoods. In gar net or navy blue, put up in an attractive Christmas box. $4. Tub dresses of gingham, per cale, galatea. in a remarkable variety of styles, $2.25 to $8. Second floor, O'd Building. i Moderate Priced Furs I To have good furs at prices I within the reach of every wo ! man is our definite aim in this Fur Store on the Subway floor. We can recommend every fur i on the Subway floor to be genuinely named and worthy to be chosen by people who want the best at the prices. Black fox muffs at $10, and scarfs at $10, are of exceptional value. Natural wolf scarfs at $10 ! and $12, and muffs at $10, $12 and $15, are high in favor. I Finer black fox muffs, at $14 Jand $17, and scarfs at $14, $17 and $18. Dyed black opossum muffs, at $15, and scarfs at $12 and $15. Subway floor, Old Building. Men's Underwear N-150 One day last week we asked men to come in and call for the particular style of underwear designated here as N-150. We described it as one of the best kinds of heavy underwear that men could find at or near our regular price. The response was so pronounced that we wonder if underwear advertis ing by number isn't a help all around a timesaving guide. This week we suggest our Men's Underwear Style M-L-I50 as being a number that witl mnke hundreds of new friends for us. We shnll provide liberally for the keen demand that will follow the suggestion, if last week's ex(jerience is a criterion. Medium heavy-weight, gray Merino shirts or drawers, two-thirds wool, guaranteed unshrink able. Shirts. 34 to 44, $1.65; 46 to 50, $1.75. Drawers, 30 to 42. $1.65; 44 to 50, $1.75. Main floor, New Building. Clothing for Men Who Work in the Cold In accordance with our an nual custom we have provided extra warm clothing for men whose work keeps them much in the open air. Coat, of nil - wool gray waterproof cheviot, very heavy, lined with wool flannel j double breasted, $7.50. Vests, double - breasted, same material back and front, and wool-fiannel lined thiough- out, $3. Trousers, of same materials, $3.50. Suit Complete, $14. Reversible coats, corduroy one side, can vas the other, $5. Corduroy one side, leather the other, trimmed pockets, $7.50 and $10. Canvas coats, sheepskin lined, corduroy collars, $5. Corduroy reefers, sheepskin lined, leather trimmed pockets, $8. Eighth Street, corner Broadway, Main floor. JOHN WANAMAKER Formerly A. T. Stewart & 90., Broadway, Fourth Avenue, Eighth to Tenth Street PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY of The CIVIL WAR Just completed and now ready for distribution on small payments through the Wanamaker Club. Come and see it at the Wanamaker Store. TO-DAY, more th.in .1 yenr after the dramatic discovery of the long-toll Civil War photographs, the vh le ten volumes ut the Photographic History of the Civil War are ready. The 3800 photographs, taken by Mafttew Brady and other daring spirit-, In the heat of the Civil" War, are beautifully reproduced. The modern art of the engrave, has brought out each little detail of the long lost negatives. Around the photographs, the new, specially written, vivid text appear?. It is a master-work the finest thing the hook nuking art can produce. The Crimson Drama" In 3800 Photographs 44 -i OR four long years," wrote the o'.A wtrhOttM Longstreet, I "the history of this country wis written In the blood "f its strong men." At last the hrltl(c th'e million sol diers left you can he yours. America's "Crimson Drama" is rein carnated In the actual photographs taken sblle the CMI Wir was Rotng on, and these photographs are found only in the pages of th Photographic History. Open the hooks. You see the days of Y1 the First Minnesota volunteers just enlisted, standing erect and pr.m.l beneath their new flag You see the hopeful Southern recruit! drlillnf In hohie :pun and "Jeans" while In the warm Gulf breie the newborn Southern f!-.- floats defiantly And- you see befpre jrou on the Corinth battlements, on the trampled fields' of Gettysburg, In the huddled Petersburg trenches, the final tragedy t"r hundred! of thousands the forms of the soldiers as they fell. You see Grant, grim and determined amid the sv:rl of staff and soldiers, writing the orders that precipitated the carnage ol lune ' t.So-l (recalled later by the great genera! hlnuell is tn.' only engage ment he regretted). You see the superb features of Lee Immediately after his heart- break at Appomattox the noble, firm lips that had just uttered the words: "! will shoulder all the rcaponslbility." You see battered Sumter, and the Southerners who had seized It two days before; you see the Union cannon hurling deatn oer tn.' slopes ol Antletami you see McClellan holding hii last interview With Lincoln, and Parragut on the Hartford's deck alter the Battle of Mobile Bav. You see SO0VD00 men In B'.US marching through Waih ington, and for contrast the smoking ruins of Richmond the crash of the Confederacy. More and more, as spellbound you read the text and learn the human tragedy of those four years, the .ISiki photographs grow to a single "moving picture" and you $. in truth with all its lesson its tragedies, its romance v.d inspiration, our war that cost hall a million men. A Million Words Fifty Years and Fifty Historians As for the text, that Is as truth ful iih fie DhOtosthS tlrst Impair t-U atoey of the romatioe an-i hero iHiu on Until slflos. Tu reallSS thlu last, it io"U "ft:' yvara unci tlttv historians. Half a 1 sntury for ttio rtstiiK an.1 cooling of saotlonal iKisinn; mora t'i:in hair a Iniinlriil brilliant an thers, including vatsrwna nf bot 1 Idas, to carry out the naeolnatlna plan (,r thsas volumee In ths spirit nf national unity and fraternity. Thasa llftv authors, working wUh nn editorial staff h lnrir strain, h'lVe xlltll, all HVl-thvi.il llilfnl-CMCOH. decided wnal was fair to both North arm South ;n1 have written It down. Each Volume Com plete as a Novel Thus each sinKlf one of tho ten volumes Im cimiplM" an a noVel ntirt an annul hlng. To a'ippc, lata tlilK triumph of historical style, ri' mefnber that the jThotOffraulilo History lias taken Its plate ah the standard ootssrehenotsa woism of n ference en the civil War, On its US3 text p.ipren are printed onr million words, embracing J.000 Civil War personages named; half a thousand warships, TIO battles and engagement. The Index alona contains SS.SQO Items. 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