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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1114.
fl PiAMOS "Quality First" The Waters Piano presents the most attraptivc proposition possible to ail those who are looking for both piano quality and piano value. Also to those who want to be absolutely sure that they will get a food, sweet-toned, durable piano that will wear well and give perfect satisfaction. tf The Wattrs-Autola is a combination of the celebrated Waters Piano and the wonderful Aufola Player and embodies every essential quality that the best player-piano should have. Judged by every known standard of excellence the Waters-Autola is the very highest type of player-piano construction. Very low prices and most liberal terms of payment are now offered and your old piano will be taken in. exchange. Call and let us demonstrate all that we claim for the Waters Piano and the Waters-Autola or send postal for catalogue. Horace Waters (SL Co. 134 Fifth Ave., near 18th Street 127 W. 42d St., near Broadway Harlem Branch (Open Evenings) 254 W. 125th St., near 8th Ave. Bronx Branch 371 E. 149th St., near 3rd Ave. FOUR STORES HARLEM IN FESTIVE DRESS CELEBRATES If i HERTHIRD CEN URY Week of Merrymaking Begins in a Blaze of Flags and Streamers. BABY AND DOLL PARADE. This Will Begin the Carnival To-Day and All Uptown Will Be OuUfor It. avenue that did not port in brcaJth of vivid color. One Hundred and Twenty-fifth street from the any way bridge to Kast IMver was bridged across by thousands of strings of lights glittering like heavy dewdrops In the sun and walling to break into star ahlne at night. Francis Wright Clinton, the director of the Harlem' Carnival Committee, had the lastl knot tied In the bunting and the last' Incandescent strunff In nrrftArntlon for to-day's opening of the week of PrOgl'CSS AlSO Being Made merrymaking. To-day's feature Is the Joint jirlr.o haby parade and tlio l.lttlo Mothers' j doll parade, in which moro than u thousand children were scheduled to participate. The prize bshlea wero alt tucked away In perambulators decorated with blue, for the hoys, and pink to designate the future suffrn- Ituttes. Following the real hahles Is the place for the Little Mothers and their bisque Infants. Kach doll All Harlem has dressed Itaelf up and la celebrating to-day the fete of the tercentenary. You'd think to look down on One Hundred and Twenty- fifth street from the elevated lines that when the Dutch started trade with the Indian brother 100 years ago he did It from n suitable ette right In the heart of Harlem and that New York's cele bration of Its commercial birthday was confined exclusively to the dls trlct north of Cathedral Parkway. The hustling member of thoHar lem Board of Commcrco who have undertaken tho week's festival there's 1G0 of them on tha apoclal committee of celebration had the district blossoming Ilka a tulip gar den with flags and bunting when tha nun came up this morning. Not i store on One Hundred and Twenty fifth street and up and down Eighth and Lenox avenues; not nn , Apart ment house on Fifth and Madlaon IS BRIM WILL RELEASE in Platuria Case Diplomatic Exchanges Friendly. WASHINGTON, Oct. :. President Wilson expressed confidence to-day that the American tank steamer tlrln dllla, captured by a Iltltlsh cruiser, soon will be released. He said satisfactory progress was mother has her doll buffgy decorated ! b',n1,f1 mlu?" ln th negotiations over with rlbhun, and flowers. ,ho Mtur another captured tanker. Tho Joint parade Is to form on One Hundred and Tftenty-fltth street, two divisions at Third avenue,' one at Lenox and ona at Mornlngslde avo- nue. Tha line of march Is west on One Hundred and Twenty-fifth street to Lenox avenue, south n that thor oughfare to One Hundred and six teenth street, cast to Madison avenue and north on that avenue to Mount Morris Park. Thero Is a special atand, on which Mrs. Jonn It. Parker and her nldca wlU occupy the aeata of the Judges and awnrd prizes to tho bcst-drcsswl babies and tho moat beautifully deco rated baby and dolt carriages. (oriel? Women In Snffrage Shop, Mrs. Normsn deft. Whltchouse will open a shop at No. 663 Fifth avenue on Nov. 2 for Huffrage. Associated with her Is Mrs. Ogdcn M. lleld. Mrs. Wll lard D. Btrnlght, Mrs. Thodoro Roose velt Jr.. Mrs. Clifford rinchot. Mrs. Charles S. Whitman. Mrs. Humner Uerard. Mrs. Henry Wise Miller. Mrs. Henry worthlngton null and Mrs. Ralph Kills have promised to tako turns tn selling literature, ribbons, bixdces and pencils. Mrs. Leonard M. Thomas has organized a btoud of the season's deb utantes to act as ushers and these young girls win oe nn nana uiuiy. mere will oe spsacnnuiKinK mere every any, but that he did not know what the outcome would be. Tho President described the diplo matic exchanges with Great Ilrltaln over tho tank steamers as friendly, and said he waa satisfied that the sit uation would be cleared up. BLACKJACKED IN HIS HOME. Tirn Mrs, Afterward Captured. roanced Real Kstata Mas) When Victor (lerhardt, a real estate man, enttred his home. No. 80! Kast One Hundred and KUty-nlnth street. the Bronx, esrly this morning two men sprang at htm. In the dim light Qrrhardt thought he recognized them as iwo men ne naa seen frequently on me inwrr wrm sine, wnrre lie n eoleeted 1800 In rents last nlvtit. One vrabbed hint around th h,kW and the other struck htm on the head with k blackjack. The blow did not stun Mm, and besides fighting with all his strength tierhardt yelled for help. His assailants let go and ran, with Qerhardt after them. Policeman ?1 Altmau $c Gta WILL OFFER EXCELLENT VALUES TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) IN THE FOLLOWING,: Men's annd Women's Twilled Siik Umbrellas (sizes 26 and 28 inches) With natural wood or mission-finish handles at 2.00 Iii superior-quality silk, with novelty handles, at $2.85 About 2,000 Pairs of Women's Bottom Boots In broken range of sizes, but all in correct styles for vear during the 'present season, will be offered, irrespective of their former prices, at $4.75 per pair. A Specoafl Offering: of Mahogany Art Furniture will be a feature of interest in the Department for Art Objects and Bric-a-brac, on the 'Fourth Floor, consisting off the following wanted articles at decided price concessions: Palm Stands .... at $3.50 Serving Trays in various styles, with hand some marquetry inlay . . at $6.50 Tip Tables, circular or octagonal, at $5.00 Tuckaway Folding Tables, 17 inches in diameter at $8.00 Martha Washington Sewing Tables, plain or with single line or Sheraton band inlay, at $!7.C0 Also Folding Card Tables in mahogany finish, with felt top .... at $1.85 An Interesting Sale In the Misses' Underwear Department (Second Floor) will consist of Misses' and Children's Blanket Robes and Misses' Silk Petticoats at special prices. Blanket Robes in blue or pink: Sizes 4 to 8 years ... at $1.85 Sizes 10 to 16 years . at $2.75 & 3.00 Misses' Silk Jersey Petticoats (36-inch length), in black and the .desirable colors: With fancy plaited ruffle of messallnc, $3.75 With plaited flounce of silk jersey, at 3.90 YOUTH DYING BY BULLET BELIEVED SHOT IN DUEL Mystery Surrounds the Probably Fatal Wounding of Boy Found Helpless in Woods. THKNTON. Oct. i.-Iavld Uncota, nineteen yean old, of this place, Is dying In the McKlntey Hospital with n punctured right lung and shattered spinal column, and detectives began an Investigation to-day on the theory that ha was shot in a duel, although e declares be shot ulraaelf acci dentally. aims Warden IveUs heard a shot In the Kir Mile Wood late yeeter. day, and found Frank Joliann, nine. teen, with a revolver In his hand. He arrested tha youth, and when he returned to tha woods came on th unconscious form of Lincoln, who had been shot In th ack. Ther wm a revolver with an empty cartrldf la It beald him. The polio do not bellev th wound I I III . IS1LI A Sale of Leather Goods vill comprise Traveling Bags, Suit Cases, Women's Hand Bags, etc., marked at unusually advantageous prices. Traveling Bags of russet sole leather, with leather lining; .sizes 16, 17 and 18 inches, at 85 Traveling Bags off black crepc-grain cowhide, with sowed frame and corners and leather lining; sizes 16, 17 and 13 inches, at $7.00 Suit Cases of russet sole leather, with shirt fold; sizes 24' and 26 inches . at $4.90 Women's Hand Bags of black chiffon velvet or moire velvet; silk-lined and fitted with purse and mirror . . . at $2.00 Women's Plaited! Hand-bags of genuine pin seal,' in black and a variety of colors; fitted with purse and mirror . . at $2.75 Women's Party Cases of long-grain patent leather in black; or of morocco in colors; with five fittings ... at $3.75 Women's Limousine Csscs of black morocco, with colored silk moke lining and nine celluloid fitting: ... at $4.85 Patrons desiring to reach the Store from the Grand Centra! Station or the Subway will find the new Entrance on Madison Avenue most accessible. 0tiiy.fiiiir.Ji tmt Aumuw - fKahwmi Awnuc. IfurU iiirtij-fiftlj 8imi IIradley of the Alorrlsanla station iook up ma cnasn ana got the two mm after he had fired two shots Into air to iru They satd t tli" air to frighten them, They satd they were J and Joseph Mutter, both of No, ere James Wilson both of N'o. iso west rony-ninin street. could hare been aelf Inflicted, and say ther were several other young men with Lincoln. Assistant ProMOutor EnglUh believe th boys were shoot ing at a target whan th Oam War den surprised them, and that all ex cept Johann ran. Lincoln, In trying to get hi revolver In hla pocket, waa accidentally shot, th prosecutor think. LONDON, Oct. it. A despatch from Athsns to th Bachang Telegraph Com. pany says that th newspaper there announced that Etsad Pasha, who re cently assumed th provisional Presi dency af Albania, addrssaed to the Oor- ernment of Eplru an ultimatum order ing the evacuation of North Bplrua and, receiving no reply, ordered an Invasion of the country. A fierce fight lasting Owes III Life to This Uh Keneiy Valftlf hr. msssurse sswall la many nhi, mk A la .Mln.rr trMtm.nt. ssl4 be ias. Frsirsnttv msssurse sswaia A llnstrtn rot ti.i a w.rtv mm". AltsraU'. has brought abeut re- "TTTatriotnWuT... roeklrn, H. T. tLnlttin.n: In th. yr of IIS I was Lkrn wllh a hsavy eoM an a aeatr. Sert cnuih; tonwju.ntlr I rHM in neaiia. i then went to til. OetsVIII. and aMme to s.t bettsr, bat the cotish still kpt a. I tsy.d tli.re far on. y.sr. end Ihsn weal tn a fsrm n.r J.rwy Cltr, a .ry tick Almtit th. tlm. nff mf r.tura my hrolh.r r.oomm.nd.d Rckmsn's Alierattrs v.ry titshty. It Is new narly twe yeare Inre 1 first took It. I am new well, an t it.rs Mr that I w)4 have beta fane long aso li it naa oei Dn ror . seamen All.r.tlT.. . JSb.'JYl;i91 (Arrinsvil, iianrit j. i nuiini'n wn. Eckman'a AUsratlre la meat efftaaeleas nrnnrni.i m.rrn nil , tfcctlons and upbolldln n the erstsm, tvtnlalna no harmrul or habit, forming ini0. JiCC.pi no nv..,l.l.p. Dfn.ii nm, lit ruulu illl. 11. Hod at II ltlk.r. Hsmn tier, and by Lading draattsts. Writ. tVbman iJihor.lorv. Fnlla4ilphla, I'd., for bookl.t of r.cottrls. Aaeb two Atrm mnrutd. when th InvaMM war repulsed with beery oes. llffifVLtftl liVlflAlf nunubit9 MALTEDuMILK 1U Ji'Mk tt.kM Am . At taaa? kk,-.aci Umttiiu I I Dafciam. hvaanratiai and i kaaa.k oa your atdeboarcl U Kosaa AMftcIc IlKk WtMPt ll taflstaaMA HALL AN AN DRY GOODS CO., Inc. UOOIMORa) TO mcPaWtltMA OTalalMll Cm. 4M Stmt ind 8th Awim rTMrV Ppr tor Our Ad. SPECIAL W lAJ&m Sa SPEOAL Ml Tueaday and Wednesday TOILET PAPER ExtraSmooth Tiatue Reg ular Value Ac Roll SPECIAL torn Ma 10 Roll for 25c Grocery Dept ? In Qo v Mam. MsW aWl aVlaat inaear w the i Mornlag aad aiagt at-MpTuT 5sveff Classes umy vouaoei th Aft r Over. OB Bvarv 10a Purahaaa tni fltampa with Tea, sad by ssv at aw CERTIFICATE OF VALUE Cttf ThU Out Nu TAT.' Mih'Ika an too win mam BA SURETY DU COUPONS FREE la oaVUUaa to Uw lenlw sad MXiW CoUIMU OB MM. Ooly ae el tn... ceriiticsi.a irno rer ...h Bsrsoa- Usod on Tnssday and Wedaesday. Ost. 17-as. Bn ai m Man llnonr DaM. 0 rti Tueaday and Wednesday RADIUM Greatest of Washing Compound Will aot Infer, the BMSI.dolleoia fsMss or eotnrx. Regular value 6c pkg. SPECIAL tor Tali Sak 13 pkg't (or 25c Lord & Taylor Murray IIUl 9000 Fifth Avenue, 38th Street, 89th Street Founded 1826 Women's and Misses9 Knit and Silk Underwear Soc each At the Following Special Prices Silk and Cotton Vests and Tights ) Regular and extra sizes. Usunlly $1.00 enchj Union Suits 1 All ahnpes and sizes. Usually $2.fi0.45 Union Suits 1 Of fine cotton, medium weights. Usually $1.00 7JC Milanese Silk Vests and Bloomers Vests, band top, plain Usually $1.75 $1.2 J Vests, bnnd top, embroidered Usually $2.25 $1-75 Bloomers Usually $2.25 $1.75 Second Floor Women's Footwear Exceptional Offerings Smart Dress and Street Footwear Usually $5.00 An Extensive Stock of Street & Dress Footwear Strictly hand made. Usually $8.00 to $10.00 $395 $6.50 The "Myrod" Shoe A Revelation in Footwear Special Introductory Price $5-8 5 Second Floor $1.00 each $5-95 Exceptional Values in Neckwear & Handkerchiefs Guimpes, Vestees, Collar and Cuff Sets and Collars Net or organdy, hand embroidered. Usually $1.50 eao J "La Militaire" Collars Of velvet, combined with fur and. flowers. 1 Usually $8.05 "La Deauville" Motor Veil or Scarf - In atreet or evening shades. Usually 5.00 r395 Crepe'de-Chine and kiberty Silk 1 Flowered Scarfs $1.00 Usually $1.50) Women's Imported Initial Handkerchiefs $1.50, $2.00 fcf $2.75 per dozen Men's Imported Initial Handkerchiefs fi.50, $2.7S, $375 y $S-50 per dozen Women's Imported Colored Novelty Handkerchief s Solid colora and white with color combinations. 2$c y soc each Stret Floor Practical Suits for Boys Exceptional at the Price The Popular Oliver Twist Model Trousers of sergf and rorduroy in navy and brown; white washable blouse, double breasted effect, with new shaped sailor collar. Sires 8 to 7 years Fourth Floor Special $2.85 Stamped Dresses for Children The Art Feclicm din-els allerilion to its .splendid showing of .stamped needlework and especially to the large assortment of .stumped dresses for children, now on display. All are beautifully piade of excellent quality materials chamhroy, lawn, poplin, pique, linens, etc. Sizes I to 12 years. 60c, 00 . Sr.on, yU.jo, $1.75, $2.25 to $5.00. Fourth Floor Special Sale of English Ivory Toilet Articles Usual Price Sale Prices Hair Brushes... .$1.75 W $2.25 .TTT.'. $1.35 & $r.8$ Mirrors $1.25 W $3'S S5C & y5 Combs 35c 20c Manicure Pieces Special, each, 23c Cloth Brushes... .$1. 50 U $1.75 $1.35 isf $1.50 Hat Brushes $1.00 y $1.35 85c W $1.1$ Strtt Floor