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TCT WTBKIHO WOWD, FRIDAY, JUKI! 16, 114.
Ftea th txratnllla Courier Jeureil.)
"Wampua U am lnf nloua fellow."
"What hu he don?"
"Whn hla automobile amaahul up
h constructed n aeroplane out of the
A HAPPY CHILD IN
JUST A FEW HOURS
If cross, feverish, consti
pated, give "California
Syrup of Figs."
Mother ran ret tuy after Riving
"California Syrup of Piffi." becaute in h
few hotin all the Hogged-up watte, tour
bile and fermenting food gently moves
Mt of the bowel, and you have a well,
playful child again. Children limply
will not take the time from play to
awpty tbeir ijowelf, and they become
tightly packed, liver get ilugfiih and
Whea croat. fover'mh. reatlraa, ee If
tongue li coated, then Rive thii delicious
"fruit laxative." Children love il, and
H cannot cause injury. No difference
what ail your little one if full of cold,
or tore throat, diarrhoea, stomach
ache, bad breath, remember, a gentle
'Inside cleansing" should always tie the
first treatment given. Full directions
for tables, children of all agen and
gTown-ups are printed on each bottle.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrup. Aik
your druggist for a 20-cent bottle of
''California Syrup of Fin." then look
carefully and see that it is made by the
"California Fig Syrup Company." We
make no smsller sixe. Hand back with
contempt any other fig ryrup.
ELOPED AT PICNIC
WITH MAN WHO HAD
But Girl Bride Didn't Know It
Until Baby Was
When elxteen-ywir-oM Josephine
Howarth brought John AM, a big Iron
worker, to the home of her mother,
Mrs. Mamie lfowrrth, No. Itt Weat
Forty-ninth otreet, and Introduced
him aa her huaband, Mr. Howarth
waa astounded. She had never even
heard of Abt, but when her daughter
explained that they had met at a
picnic, bad been Infatuated each with
the other and had eloped Mrs. How
arth determined to make the beat of
It and Invited them to make their
home with her.
That waa on April SO of laat year.
On Dec I a baby girl waa born.
Mra. Howarth doclared that the child
must be christened In her church,
that of the Bacred Heart, in Weat
Fifty-second street, and on Dec. 20
Abt held his baby In hla arms and
proudly doclared himself the father.
Four days Intnr the Infant died.
Abt seomed broken henrtcrt and Jo
sephine cuuld scarcely be cnnxoled.
Mrs. Ilbwarth wns deeply nrlovnii, too,
but It didn't prnvent lior from no
ticing that Abt was usually away
from home tbrco nights n weok and,
nomnhow, his explanation that work
wns o hoivy ).n liarl to sleep In (tin
foundry didn't ring truo. At last Mm
demanded flatly to see her daughter's
Abt and Josophlnc laughed nt her
mother's suspicions. OC course, thoy
had been regularly marled; sho
needn't worry. When this wan all
the reply sho could KOt to her demand
she summonod both of them to tho
Wast Hide 1'olicn Court on March 2.
It atonnod hard that day, but Mrs.
Howarth tn.JKiMl to court and waited
all day. Neither Abt nor her daugh-
ter aporrd and 'li- nlttht thoy did
not return to Mrs. Howar'.Va home.
Detective nuorna rould fret no
trace of tho pair till Inst night, when
ha learned that Aht lived at No. 73
Button street, OrecnpolnL Ho went
thero nnd was udinltted by n woman
to whose skirts climt? three small
children, while she held tin Infant In
"I nm Mrs, Abt," sho said, whon
ItiirKi'sn linked fur Abt, and, when
the dr.trctlve pointed to a girl who
wns asleep on u luiinxu nnd asked
who slin mis, the wlfu replied: "Sho
Ih ii poor Klrl whom I took in l ernunn
sho wns homeless. On last March 2
my huiband came In lute and told mo
thero wan tin awfully pathetic case
of a young girl, homeless, who h.td
heen robbed of her suvIiuts. lie sug
gested that wo might take her in and
t agreed. Hhn has been with us ever
It wn Josephine Uownrth Hurgesii.
After ho hod explained the cuse to
Mrs. Abt. he took Abt and the girl lit
his automobile nnd started for tho
station. He stoppl nt Mrs. How
nrth's home to notify her that her
daughter had been found, hut tho
mother, seeing thorn front a window,
rushed out nnd attacked Abt.
Aht was L'hutgcd with ahductlnn
nnd the girl wns locked up us a wit
ness ngnlnst him.
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1 NEXT 8UNDAV Also Evsiy
9 Sunday an Holiday
L. 7. JJJ 81. I.J0I Ur. Mtertv St. 9 Ci
Lf. !iekon At., Jir City, 9.17 a. a.
91. SO I . W. 1M St. S.tOf tltxitT Si. t.Xi I
1 Jickuo ., Jtriey City. 0.47 i. a,
HARD COAL NO SMOKE COM FONT
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children.
A Jft' You Have
(J Always Bought
In Use For Over SO Years.
Now in Progress
Radical Reductions in Summer Shoes
for Men, Women and Children
Sixth Avenue, corner Nineteenth St.
Open Saturday, June 27th, till 6 P. M.
Broadway at 34th Street
Saturday, June 27th, important
Clearance of Women's Suits
at still further reductions
27 Suits were up to $29.50 at $8.50
96 Suits were up to $39.50 at $12.50
53 Silk & Wool Suits were up to $50.00 at $19.50
55 Silk & Wool Suits. . . '..were up to $09.00 at $26.50
Women's Coats reduced to $8.50
Were formerly up to $35 ' ,
Regular stock mostly models that have been in the house only a few weeks
all the new materials and colorings but only two or three of a style.
Silk & Wool Skirts $c en
Were $9.50 to $19.50.... at f
Truly phenomenal values tunic, tier and semi-tailored models made of
taffeta, crepe, serge and moire colors being black, navy, white and checks.
Women's Tub Dress Skirts
at $1.95, $2.95, $3.95, $4.95 and $5.95
Long Russian tunic models, made of cordclinc, ratine, eponge, Ramie, hand
kerchief linen, crepe and rice cloth. A most comprehensive selection.
Women's Bathing Suits special
At $1.95. Mohair Bathing Suits,
with silk trimmed blouse, straight
line skirt and detachable bloomers.
At $3.95. Mohair Bathing Suits,
in one-piece models, with fancy
blouse and skirt, variously trimmed.
At $2.95. Mohair Bathing Suits,
one-piece blouse and skirt, broid or
silk trimmed; detachable bloomers.
At $6.95. Sicilian Bathing Suits,
of exceptional quality, with plain or
tunic skirt, including combination.
These Silk and Mohair Bathing Suits
usually $7.50, special tomorrow, at $4.85
Made of satin, silk poplin, moire ond mohair, in one-piece models, the skirt
ea witn orocaaea, striped or check silk, or with fi
and blouse trimmi
soutache braid. All sires extra and regular,
High and low shoes, in lace and button
models; and strap pumps, Oxfords and
Colonials, in patent, gun-metal, tan Russia
calf, white canvas and nu-buck leathers.
12.00 Infants' Shoes at $1.35
$2.25 Children's Shoes, .at $1.65
$3.75 Misses' Shoes at $1.95
$3.50 Girls' Shoes at $3.45
$3.50 Youths' Shoes. .. .at $1.85
$3.50 Boys' Shoes at $3.35
Very special tomorrow
Silk Gloves at 79c
A fine Milanese white silk glove, elbow
length, with heavy embroidered backs in
self or black. Special quality.
89c Silk Gloves at 59c
A white silk glove of superior quality,
Mousquetaire style, with Paris point em
broidered backs. For elbow sleeve wear.
Preserves and enhances the
beauty of your furs costs
only an Infinitesimal fraction
and Indemnifies you against
loss or damage by thaft, moth
Pkont fffffl Or$Uiy,
600 Misses' Summer Dresses
The newest Russian long tunic models
Regularly $7.50 to $10.00
The materials embrace French linen, ratine, chambrny, tissues, flowered,
figured nnd striped crepes and voiles, and charming combinations of voile
and crepe, nil in endless colorings. Exquisitely pretty frocks that have all
the errancy of Summer in their lines. 14 to 18 years. Second floor.
White Russian Tunic Dresses at $7.50
Very special for Misses tomorrow
Tho newest tunic styles, the blouse designed with kimono sleeves, and
collar and cuffs of embroidered batiste or hemstitched organdie. Mndc of
imported stripe crepe, and combination of voile and crepe, trimmed with
crochet buttons and finished with broad self or ribbon belt. 14 to IB years.
Dainty Summer Dresses for Girls
at $1.00, $1.50 and $1.95
An offering of nearly one thousand new dresses, rife with variety Middy,
Russian, one-piece nnd tunic styles, made of gingham, chambrny, linon,
voile and crepe, in an assortment of desirable colorings, 0 to 14 years.
Middy Blouses and Skirts at 85c
Blouses of fine quality twill or
khaki cloth, in all white, or white
with'Copenhugcu or red collar and
cuffs. Inset or kimono sleeves.
Skirts, in either pleated or gored
models, made of extra grade twill or
khaki cloth, all lengths from 24 to 34
inches, both inclusive.
$8 & $9 Boys' Norfolk Suits
reduced to $4.95
An important clearance event tomorrow of
40 Black and White Check Suits, with one pair pants
75 Fancy Mixture Suits, with two pairs pants
All smart Norfolk models, made in the customary Saks fashion,
but broken in assortments, and cut into on that account.
70 Boys' Suits reduced to $7.95
from $11.75 and $12.75
These arc the highest grade boys' suits you can get designed in exclusive
models and tailored in a choice variety of fabrics and colorings.
Wash Norfolk Suits
Values to $3.95, at $2.65
Clever patch pocket Norfolks, made
of gray crash, tan linen, khaki and
white duck. Broken assortments.
Ages 7 to 18 years.
Boys' Blouses at 50c
Values 75c and $1.00
The popular fabrics nnd colorings.
Short sport sleeve blouses with con
vertible collar, and some with French
cuffs nnd collar attached.
Bathing: Suits for Young People
at special inducements Saturday
At $3.50. Misses' Bathing Suits,
of mohair, in three of the newest
models, trimmed in novelty effects.
Black and navy. 8 to 18 years.
At $2.00. Boys' Bathing Suits, of
all-wool Jersey, gray or navy in color.
Various combination trimmings in
the selection. Sizes 80 to 80.
Two Remarkable Sales of
Women's Mid-Summer Dresses
at pronounced savings on customary prices Saturday
Crepe de Chine Dresses
Made of a fino crepe de Chine, easily tubbed;
in box pleated, side pleated and circular tunic
models, the waist and vestec daintily trimmed
with organdie or lace. The selection includes
white, navy and black. Sizes 84 to 44.
$12.50 Crepe, Linen,
Ratine and Voile Dresses
Six of the latest, circular and pleated tunic models,
duplicates exactly of our $12.50 numbers. In pjain
color linens, striped nnd figured crepes and voiles,
and Dolly Varden, dotted and figured crepes.
Both light and dark colors. Fourth floor
"GUT THE HABIT'
GO TO BRILL BROTHERS
Celebrate with Fireworks
if you wish personally, we're
strong for the SAFE AND
SANE WAY and the SAF
EST and SANEST way we
know of is to come into one of
the Big Busy Brill Stores and
Buy your Summer Suit at a
Saving of 810.00.
Big 4th of July Sale
Pencil Stripes. Tartan Plaids, Blue Serges, Gray Serges,
Shepherd Plaids and Smart Mixtures.
The Star Bargains in a Series of Bargain Events which have been the
means of saving Men, Women, Young Men, Boys and Mothers nnd
Fathers of Boys 40 to 50 of their Spring and Summer Clothes
Money This Big 4th of July Sale is a worthy successor to them all
and presents an opportunity to select from the choicest lot of Suits
ever offered to men at $10.00 DON'T MISS IT!
4th of July Sale
of Summer Suits
Wonderfully smart, handsomely tailored
perfect fitting this season's newest and
best fnbrics and designs Blue Serges,
Pencil Stripes, Shepherd Plaids, Tartan
Plaids and hundreds of mixtures.
4th of July Sale of
Smart Men's Suits
The choicest of this season's patterns
and fabrics and the smartest models-
Plain or Braided, Patch Pockets or flaps,
cuffs on sleeves or without superbly
tailored and "chuck full" of style.
4th of July
$2, $2.50 Valuei
4th of July Sale of
Cool Outing Clothes
White Duck Trousers, $1 to $1.50
Khaki Outing Trousers, $1 to $1
Flannel Trousers $3.75 to $5
Gray Outing Trousers, - $3 to $5
Palm Beach Suits - - - $7.50
Mohair Suits - - - - $12.50
Auto Dusters $1 to $10
4th of July
Value up to $4
Aflft fS Tlllv 1,S and 2,00 N11 shirt Now on Sale at $1.00
4111 OT Jlliy 50c Athletic Underwear Now on Sale at 35c
Col p rtf 80c Silk Neckwear Now on Sale at 23c
J! ... Bathing Suita Wool, Worated and Knitted
FurniShingS in large variety, special at $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50
Fnr Mothers (El Fathers
The Best 4th of July Celebration of All
Sale of 4f an
Boys' Suits 3)l,yO
Worth up to at
bone htnpes, fcnghsn Mixtures, Heather
Mixtuics; Pin Checks and Gray and
Tnn Mixtures. Also Russian JHifl
hmnph llloiiv. Smla umn. ai . n
The Famous Elk. Jr., Suits, Sizes 5 to 17
ThU season s newest mouei ionoiK rencti niripcs, rin
Suits for Boys and Children- the new
"BALKAN" MODEL, with Patch
Pockets or plain. Coats with stitched
-1 ... 1 ..'. I. Itnlfn nr Unv l'lnntl.
Come Celebrate With Us To-Day or To-Morrou) And Save Money
279 Broadway, near Chambers Street
Union Square, 14th Street, near Broadway
47 Cortlandt Street, near Greenwich Street
125th Street, corner Third Avenue Open Evenings
' Union Squar Stor Optn Saturday Evtnint
GO TO BRILL BROTHERS ;
"GET TflE HABIT".
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