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IN SELLING PRICE
OF 'CHANGE SEATS
Present Value of 148,000 Just
One-Hall the Hiftl Record
merely It. goM will,'' or th
pnvltaM ' iiailng nn the iMItafl and
th farilltiaa uffrrrd In tradir. Wa.l
Street nae had thrn lean year In
the hualni of !iu)lne and at-llln etocka
and Hinda. Ilna.noa liiat year uvrrugt-'i
l a thnn 4 mi nun ehnrea or atock a day,
ertivrea In I "' Hie average raa !00.ij4Xi.
With tha amount uf trading falling off
and the tottl of cimitnlaaiona ahr.nklnu
proportionally, Ihe elu.np in the price
of aeat hua been a natural aeqiience.
THE EVENING WOULD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1918.
A decline of mure than M.nOO,fiMI ln rh
eggreg .i. markitnb; value uf the aeatt
oa the Nro York 8t. k Rtctianae la on
meaauM of tha daptha of Wall Htreet'a
loom The lateat aale of aeat waa
mad f'ir lin.ooo. which I Juet one-half
f tha high record, reached In IM
It waa laarnad to-day that MM or more
aaata are now being offered fur aale at
110,000, with no takara at that figure.
OB the aaeumptlon that Ma,Ai repreaentn
tha prevent marketable value of a aeat.
the toMI ahrlnkage -on paper at leiet -of
the Uo aeata on the Stock Karhanga
1at November a eeat waa eold for
MI.MO. On the aame baala the decline
in aaout three mnnt-ha la ll3.IS0.oou
Neither during the pmlc of 107 nor
during the "rich man'a panic" uf IMS
did the price fall ao low. I I. mo having
been the low level at both thoaa perioda
Derindllng touelneea la tha eaplenatlnn
f Ihe decline In eeat price. The In
trlneic value of a aeat repreaenta only
email portion of Ita price. The huge
gray atone palace whloh la the home of
the Stock Rxchange : the land nn
which It atanda are aaaeaaed at Ift.lOD.
ii, which repreaenta an equity for eaoh
member of teaa than 16,0110 There la aleo
gratuity of llO.OOn which la paid to
the family of a member who dlee.
More than this, tha value of a aeat
"I LIED TEN MONTHS
TO THE AMERICANS,"
SAYS MEXICAN ENVOY
Manuel Calero Declared I le Hid
Real Facts of Rebellion
"Situation Is Desperate."
The Great Essentials
No matter how nourishing at food
may be it must taste good. If it
doesn't, it won't coax the digestive juices into action; and
if it doesn't do that the nourishment in the food will
through the body unassimilated.
MEXICO CTTT. Fe. 4 "I lied to the
Amerloan Oovernment for ten month
telling It that the MgStOSS revolution
would he over In l week. I waa
forced to rnveat my diplomatic mlaalfn
with a domino and nmak "
Thla waa the de-laratlon mad by
Manuel Calero, formerly Mexican Am
haaaador to the I'nlieil fttataa, during
the dlrtielon of th loan meaaur In
the Sanat laat night He continued.
"Th truth I that the department of
Finance haa not painted the ettuatlon
a It really la. We ehould apeak the
truth though It deatrny tie.
'The truth I that the altiiatton la dea
perate." Henor t'alero'a aprech created a een
antlon among thoae preaent In the Hen
ate. Krneatn Madero, Minuter of Finance,
replied, calling Manun) t'alrro an India
rreet ambaaador anil a bad financier.
0,J . No matter how nourish-
Znd: L.OOKing ing a food may be, if it re
quires cooking it must be properly cooked. Cooking
brings about chemical changes, without the aid of which
the digestive juices cannot perform their task.
H-O Oatmeal is tempting in ttmte. The) full flavor of tha
oats is brought out by our process of cooking in sealed cookers.
H-O Oatmeal is always properly cooked In 20 minutes. We
cook it over 2 hours at the mill before you get it.
Therefore, you always have in H-O Oatmeal tha two great
essentials of food.
Tomorrow make your breakfast H-O.
VPVP I the only steam-cookad (
The H O Company. Buff.lo.N.Y.1
Makers of H Q, rorce.etwf PrIO.
It Makes Little. Dlfferrnro What Yoti Need A World "Want" Will Oo Oet It
Lord & Taylor
hound td IS 20
Extraordinary Silk Sale
Now at Its Height
JV rlavt Never Before Been Able
. . to Offer So Many Good and Dtsir
i able Silks af Such Low Prices.
Additional Offering for Wednesday:
Good, Renable Black Silks
Blotk Pebble Back
64 inches wide
Regularly $6.00 per yard
Black Pebble Back
Charmeuse & Dress Satin
40 inches wide
Usually $2.60 6c $8.00 per yard
Black Brocaded Silks
66 inches wide
Regularly $2.00 per yard
Black 'Dress Satins
40 inches wide
Regularly $2.00 per yard J
Black Pongee Dress Silks
86 inches wide
Formerly $2.00 per yard
Taffeta Stlks Gk? Satin Cosmos
86 inches wide
Usually $1.00 per yard i
Extraordinary Values in
J 6- Button Elbow Length
IF bite French Glace
Silk filet stitching on back, ball pearl
button at wrist. Made in Grenoble,
France, of very fine selected skins.
Value $2.75 J
20-Button Above Elbow
Length IF hue French
Giace Mowquetaire Gloves
Beautiful soft pliable skins
12-Button White Glace
Pique sewn, Paris point embroidery
on back, S pearl clasps at wrist
Value $8.75 J
I-Clasp Heavy Capeskin
IV alktng Gtoves
1 lunro Iwirn 1nun nrrnw rwiint at 1 toll
( aawaaa aaj ff www w " wnaw uvwaavwa I
ing on back, Russian tan Value $1.50 J
2-Ctasp Real Kid Glace
8 rows of stitching on back; black em
broidered with black, black with white,
tan with tan. white with white, and
white with black Value $l.u-
For a limited time we will make
Tailored Suits to Order
From Special Models
$55-oo $67.50 & $75.00
According to model and material selected
Dresses to Order
$65.00, $75.00 & $85.00
Accord'ng to model and material nrlectod
The largest and finest collection of real laces we
have ever assembled, and the values are such as we
have rarely been able to offer on previous occasions.
Rea Duchesst Applique Flounces
17 inches wide Value $25.00 Yard
Real Duchesst & Point Laces
7 to 11 inches wide
Real V enetian Laces ,
o to TH inches wide Value $18.00 Yard
Real Bine he Laces
. j Inch wide Value 7Ao Yard
Real Filet Lace Insertions
7 1 j liu liea wide Value $7.00 Yard
Real Filet Lace Insertions
in a irwur variety of widths, to r)U
Broadway & 20th St.; 6tb Av.; 19th St.
sn 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 niii 11 1 11 1 1 ui .BMP nun mi 1
Hiker and rece an drug stores
"I Am Stiff eriig with My Hands
- Ml I I a a 1 lifi
Une woman confided to another. "It
Reems absurd to say that I am suffering
real pain from so trivial a cause. But my
hands are in such a condition I can't forget
them for a minute. The skin is red and
rough, and my nails are so brittle they an
broken and ugly all the time. They mak
me really miserable."
"You can change that in a week's tin"
her friend assured her. "I went throgh
the same experience last winter, anc I
"After washing your hands at night, do
not dry them, but leave them moist and ub
thoroughly with Violet Cerate. Then just bare
retiring use Glycerine l otion. This, too, sheld
be used while the hands are moist. Aboi a
teaapoonful of it should be well rubbed in.
"Put on rubber gloves whenever possibldbc
fore putting your hands in water or doing ny
rough work. Rinse your hands several Una a
day with a solution of Antiseptis and wter,
especially whenever the skin is newly cracke or
bruised. In a week's time your hands wil be
healed and soft again."
Hands treated in this way when ace
healed do not chap or crack. Violet Cte
and Glycerine Lotion keep them in good condion
all the time.
We equip our stores s 1 that yuu can make
yourselsctl nfr m ae nv lete line . f the In st
articles at I west prices. These t ilet requisites
receive , ur earnest and constant study. Each
one is the best 1 f its kind, a pr duct whose
value has been tested and proved.
Behind every article it the Hiker and liege
man guarantee; if it is not satisfactory to you,
bring it back and tee wUl refund the purchase
Nail Brushes. In
dispensable for the
care of the nails and
hands, wood back,
I (Old grade bristles,
arge . n S for
variety. 1 Uc 25c
Other Nail Brushes
of various shapes,
sites snd kinds, 19c
Cuticle and Mail
curved, needle point,
etc. All sizes; best
steel, well tempered;
49c to $1.19
Nail Clips, best
ground cutting edge;
and styles.. JiDC up
white bone handle;
best quality steel,
prices r?C& 4 iVC
steel 1 Uc up
Nail Sticks, bone
or ebony; various
sizes and shapes;
wood Sticks. Hand
made oval stick, flat
on both ends; the
Sticks; best qual
ity wood; proper
weights; ho. fed at
8 for 5c
for the Care of
Cerate, a perfectly
pure cream which pro
duces astonishing re
sults upon the hands,
whitening and soften
ing the skin marvel
15c, 50c, 11.50
Meal, softens the
water; is benefi
cial to the skin . .. 25c
Lotion, excellent for
daily use in the care of
the hands, 25c & )0c
IaBBl sfHal BaO "
m aS SLsWl
a. leH fcBBmalkBBlB
Under our own label we ve pre
pared a line of bleaches, polhes, po
mades, etc. These prepare tio tare com
pounded scientifically from asolutely
pure ingredients and will be foud wb lly
satisfactory. Each is sold ider the
Riker and Hegeman guaraaU
Rlker's Nail Enamel, in
cake form. Rub a little on
each nail and polish - .
with buffer. Per cake 15c
Rlker's NaU Bleach, re
moves stains and whitens
without injury to the
nail or cuticle. The t
Rlker's Rose Pomade,
a tinted polish for giving
the nails a rosy glow.
gives a rosy, brillht lustre
without the usef
buffer. Per bott.. 25c
Rlker's Nail Powder,
gives a quick and kt
ing polish. The L 1 5c
Fitted Manicia Cases
Red or black leaier foldiDg
rue, fully equped with
bait steel inatruinti.
12.49 o $4.98
The Care of the Feet
Every one remembers the pathetic story
of the poor man who sat disconsolately on
the curb lor hours with his head in his hands.
Kind-hearted passersby tried to rouse him
and find out his trouble. Some asked him
if he wanted work or food, or this or that.
The result in every instance was the same
dejected reply: "No, my feet hurt an' I
want to go home."
It strikes a sympathetic chord the world
over. When your feet hurt, you hae lost
your interest in everything. Sick all over,
you "want to o home" and do nothing.
A little consistent cure with the proper
implements and lotions will keep the feet
in good condition all the time. Only then
can walking, outdoor sports, or life in auy
phase be really enjoyed.
The following suggestions will be found
helpful and efficient:
Remedies for Foot
A simple and effec
tive remedy for tired,
aching, swollen feet.
Consists of antiseptic
tablets, to be used in
foot bath and
S dusters for relief
rom corns. Highly
th se wh use
them; box. . 2dc
Balm Liquid prep
from inflamed joint si
bunions, corns, cal
louses,chilblains,any soreness of
the feet. Box ZOC
Jaynes' Foothelpa Powder to be sprinkled in shoes
when feet are sensitive, perspiring, calloused. Especially
recommended for soft corns, chafing, etc ,
Witch Hazel Extract.
J Tf 1 xwf rn If V
cooling and soothing for
ik... 15c. 25c 45c
Rlker's Corn & Bunion
Plasters, relieve soreness
caused by pres
sure of shoes 1 Oc up
corn Knives, best steel,
with bone handles,
large variety DVC up
Corn Razors, good
steel, well ground DVc
Tread - Ezy Slippers;
their name suggests the
comfort they give sensitive
Insoles for protection
against cold and dampness.
Help keep the feet in good
Hair insoles, pair Se
Cork and Felt, pair 10c
Cork and Hair, pair 10c
blade, done handle. 5eC
Anticor. Safety Corn
To live as much as possible in the coldfresh qut-door air and yet not feel chilled is essential to good health.
Our cold weuther garments are designed for jrfect protection, to permit actual enjoyment of winter time. They
give true cold weather comfort and are a saftaard against colds.
We have a complete stock, manufactureuiygienically from best materials selected by experts. Made under our
direction und supervision und sold direct to u with only a small percentage of prolit above cost. Only ut Hiker
and Hegeman Drug Stores can you buy ColM'euther Garments of such quality and excellence for such low prices.
Paper Vests give warmth and comfo without
added weight. All sizes. Usual price, 5c.
Special price 37C
Chamois Vests. Made of best qualitjimported
chamois skins. Very warm and conifortab. A sure
protection in exposure to cold and damp. A s
sizes for women and men
Lung Protectors. Recommended in the treat
ment of pulmonary weakness. Various styles .
in wool, felt, chamois, etc. All sizes - up from 43c
Felt Vests. An extraordinary value in these widely
used garments. Extra quality felt, warm and service
able. Special values as long as they last ; uii S
eutit i Bottle
Sftr. 40c, SO
u Are Safe When You Buy At
Telephone ycr orders to the nearest Riker-Hegeman store.
Mail Ortiejlepartmtnt. WS West ,Wh Street, eir York Cit,,.
Re 11 craliont
h o u e h old
2Sc A 60c
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