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LOOK AT TONGUE
flurry. Mother t lUmiovc
poMon from UtUe stom
ach, liver, bowels.
Give "CaHtornia Syrup of
rigs if cross, bil
ious or feverish.
If futtUr what all your rhllH, a
Mile, thorough Issatlvs ttuMiM always
U tk first treatment firm.
If jout lltUs on is uut-o -sorts, half
Itk. Un't rsatlnx. ratios; and artinf
naturally look, Mutlu-rf if tongue
it rotlrd. Thl U a sura alin tltat il
lilt) sloraaeh. Hvr and Ixtwrli are
tiecfrd with waiter. IVJj'n cross. Irrl-
lanir, levrritll, siosnsnsanux, urraiu uau
rr has ttiiitarh-acJif, iliarjltoea, ra
throat, full of cold, five a iraapoonful
f "California prrup- of Vift," and In a
Arm kouri all Uie rouitjpatal poison.
'imdl;rstfd food anil amir liilr (rally
luovns out of iti little Isiwrls without
(ripinit, and you have a well, playful
MntWs ran treat easy after string
litis harmless "fruit laxatlvr," because
il never falU to demise the little nnn'i
liver and liowela ana sweeten the stom
ach and the dearly love iu pleaiant
I arte. Full direction for tabic, chil
dren of all ageaand fon,rowjj.ups print
ed on ach hot tie.
Ileware of counterfeiting syrups. Aak
jour druggist for a iO-oent bottle of
"California Syrup of Flgn" then see
that It la made by the "Calif onia Fig
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SEES THEIR WIVES
Promlncfit Men Beam on Bel
ler Halves as They Haunt
SuTrafiHtH Who Will March in Bin Parade, .CHILOflEITS ELOFEMENT
And Young Supporter of "Voten for W omen" LEADS TO DIVORCE SUIT
WILL MASS 30 BANDS.
Patriotic Outdoor Pageant Ar
ranged as a Plaza jfc
Tbtr buettande turnsd out In full
foroa for the dress rahaaraal of Itie
Hauler Hurfraa-" Parade for Victory,
bald laet night In the stud!? of lira.
Helena Hmltb. Dayton, Ho. Ill East
Klgtileentb Htrsst. Ileainlng Un the
banner-waving and costumed parad
era wera to be seen Mr. Norman
WnltebatWa husband, Mn, Jflhn
Hair's buabaJid, lire. WlllU-n Jolui
aon'a huaband, Mrs. Carr Van Audu'a
huaband, Mrs. l'nul Thompson' hua
band, Mr a. James Lea laldlaw'i
bueband, and ever o many more
Wearing her white parade hat, Mr.
Whttabouae amlllngly brarodlshej the
square blue "Pros and Publicity
Council" banner, wbloh ah will carry
In tba parade. Mr. Illalr showed the
blue and white of the Equal Fran
obU Boclety. Mr. Johnaon poaod a
the "poster girl," wearing a balloon y
atrlped black and yellow aklrt and a
aoft black relvet cap. Mr. Hmltb-
BpteialUU in Appartl JoriMtn, Womtn ami CMIdrm
Broadway at Mth St. 'Phone Greeley 2636
Attention is fUrected to the
Remarkable Showing in Our
Trimmed Millinery Salon, of
Hats at $10.00
THE HAT ILLUSTRATED
is but one of some three
hundred charming Paris-inspired
chapeaux which far
out-class any Hats shown
in New York at this price
at the present time.
It is. hand-made of finest
black panne velvet; trimmed
with genuine skunk of excep-
tionally fine quality and there are four of the
chic little velvet flowers with foliage.
Other" exquisite and distinctive models; larffi, me
dium or small in sftg. Neither their replicas nor their
actual values to be found elsewhere in . New York.
Dayton Appeared In the parade coa
tume for membera of the Publicity
Committee, a blue and wblta atrlped
rlnafore with a bib and big pocket.
Mia Ida Proper, aa a acrub woman
with broom and duater, Illustrated
tb text, "It polltloe are dirty, aend
for tba cleaning woman."
Janet floudder carried her banner,
"Sculptor Want Vote." and Mar
jorle 11 en ton Cook proclaimed on bar
that "Authors Want Vote." Borne
of the Identification banners for the
occupational groups were also on
view: a pretty pink one with a hat
on It for the milliner, a purple one
embellished with a cash-slip for the
retail clerks. A round banner reading
"The whole world la woman'
pbere," was generally appreciated.
A LEAQUE TO MEET THE AT-
TACKK8 OF MALE ANTIS.
James Leee Laldlaw baa asked
Judire Charles L. Ouy, Judge William
II. Wsdhams, Charles C. DurllnKhum,
Albert Itoe and several other legal
lights to form a leaguo "for the pur
pose of defending the womon of New
York against the scurrilous attacks
of the Man Huffrage Association Op
posed to Political Huffrag for
"The aiMOclatlon seem to have for
gotten tbe faot that thero Is still
ohlvalry in this country," doclaros
Mr. Laid law himself apparently for
getting that the Antls aro the nro-
fe&alonal defenders of chivalry! He
aoas, -it is a pity tnat our opponents,
perhaps beoauso they feel that their
causo 1 lost, have descondod to obloquy."
Mrs. Howard Manaflnld. Chnlrmnn nf
the Music Committee for tbe parade,
has devised a HnUb for it which will
make ono of the most apectaculoi
bits of out of door Duceantrv ever
seen In New York City. There are to
oe miriy oanas in tne parade. As
tbe marchers round Into the Plaxa,
band by band will assemble In line,
until tbe thirty xrouns of mualclans
are In massed formation In the open
square. Meantime all the symbolical
figure In the parade, Victory, Equal
Ity, Justice, Uncle Sam, Miss Colum-
Dia, mo iweive rJurrraKO Htatoa and
wui oe grouped on the step
of the fountain In a plcturosque tableau.
At a given nlgnal the hundred of
musical Instruments will nlav tlin
"Star Bpansled Uanncr." As the first
notes burst forth, tho women grouped I
ai iuo luuniuin win rauo uia uiory
on high John Qeorgo Frank will con-
duot the thirty band In this ensemble
number. Mr. Ponnoyor will be musical
marshal to get tho bands Into their
places at tho Plaza.
A change of programme has been
arranged for some of tho figures In
tbe Uanner Parade. Miss Marian
Parkhurat of Plattsburg, who was to
have been Mlas Columbia, will take
the role of New Tork mate, and Mrs.
Florence Fleming Noye will Imper
sonate Mis Columbia.
Among tba women who will par
sonify the twelve enfranchised Htatea
will be Marcla Van Dresser and
Kathleen Howard, as woll as those
"COLOR BEARER" TO HAVE A
STAFF OF 80CIEY WOMEN.
Mrs. Leonard Thomas, the buautl
ful young society matron who will
carry tba American Hag at tho head
of the International division of tho
aradc, will bave on, bor (itaff of ban
ner lirarnrn the fnllnwlne; Mm.
Charles ilauer, Mr. Clarenoe Durm,
Mr. llortha Kung linker, Mrs. Mal
colm Duncan. Mrs. Mary Wore Den-
nott. Mrs. Ida ltnilh Mra
Alice Harrow Fornnndei, Mr. Ilalph
Mr. Charles p. Howland, Mrs. Cas
per W. Hodgson, Mrs. Pierre Jay,
Mis Margaret Kennedy, Miss Anne
Moore, Miss Madge Moroy, Mis
Dorexa Morey. Mlsa Madeline Monm.
Mrs. James Krsklno Noal, Miss Toto
Norman, Miss Margaret Naunberg,
m1 hy Urn Witt,
UlWt l4Hfftf OtfUftle.
Th reiuaiw cf Mllb Iihi u.
Ul, mt$ ! nflfl rats wf
4t4 "Mb Jfcpb A l't jr .
1trHtr it tbe I'livsWti ttW
alkdlb, tlifi ltn yrar U
endH In an 'IId tor lti Uuucbt
In tba hupfMii I'eurl tdr !
tb wtfa, "be filed brr fmplalnl
tbruugb Ure II Uinl, br oounstd
Mr. I'bvjloc atalra In bar affidavit
tbal ber husband i In tba OMipauv
of a woman unknown to ber during
lb month of Aurust and rtopteinbor
last at No, 11 West rifty-vntb
litreat. Physloc "aa served at tba
ludloa, No CI Waal Twouty.fuurlb
I'hyaloe and Mlsa Dougla were
nlarrlod twlc. Kollowlng the elop
iiinit and a rrreirmny Mrrorinl at a
small Iong Island village tb par
ant of txjiii brought annulment pro
ceeding. Phjsloc declared be would
remarry whan ha became of age, and
be did. Tbe second reremony was
performed March ii, lilt.
Tbe couple have on child, a daugh
ter, fren, who was born Jan. 4, lilt.
Mis Kmllle Paullnl. Mr. Krnest
'oole. Mrs, Ollbert Hoe. Miss Anne
limine, Mis Hnrth Hpllnt, Mr.
Anita Iiwrence Hltiu.-on. Miss Mar
garet Walsh and Mis Florence
Among tbe well known women list
d to march In the International Divi
sion of the Huffman intrude are Jessie
Ashley, lthetn Chlldn Dorr, Mrs. K.
Turbell Dudley, Mrs. Abraham Klei
ner, Mrs. Max Heidelberg, Miss Ilosa
lle Jones, Mis Kleannr Iiwaon, Mra.
J. D. Livingston, Mrs. Ooorge Mun
ford, Mra. John Mlnturn, Mlsa Mar
garet Naumberg, Mlas Carlotta Mill
ion, Idn Vera Hlmonton, the African
hunter; Cora Wells Trow, Mr. Qua
tavo J. H. ATille and Mr. Paul West.
May Irwln'a arrangement, by wbloh
the week from Kept. 27 to Oct. 2 be
ouina KulTm-o nnni Week at tbe
Park Theatre, ha netted the Public
ity Committee of the Kmplre Htato
Campaign Commltteo 1500. Part of
thl Is due to tbe Mis Irwln'a Suf
frage enthusiasm. The original plan
suggested to tho Suffragists by Miss
Irwin Indicated SO per cent, of the re
ceipt of the week for tho campaign
fund. This percentage eamod a little
high to the management and at tbe
end of the week Its chock for $125 was
turnod over. Mlsa Irwin supplement
ed this by bor personal check for $875.
In har capacity as Chairman of the
Emplro Htato Campaign Committee's
Ilureau of Laughter, Miss Irwin con
tributes this: ,
"Sam," said she to har negro butler,
"do you mean to vote on Nov. 27"
'"Cose I means to vote," Sam an
"What do you know about the Con
stitution?" nskod May Irwin.
"Law, now. Miss May." he coun
tered; "you don't have to be a dootor
COFFEE DWARFS CHILDREN
Prominent school workers assert
coffee drinking achool children
are undsrslie, underweight
and backward In studies.
The State Hoard of Hralth nf Texas
has been making inquiries Into the rlfccts
of coffee upon school children. "Cuildren
who drink coffee for brr akfat," vs one
report, "come to school exhilarated, they
work strenuously in tho morning, and aro
overflowing with enemy and vitality.
ItllT T1IKY DO NOT LAST under Ihr 1
achool routine; they become fatigued ,'
(-1.1.. .1 f. ...1 !l. ! ?
more quicniy uimi wic timer iiiiii, nii-i
hy the clnte of school In the u(lem-vt
they are exhausted to the point of otiiw.
Ity. They are nervous and therefore i.
stable In their deportment."
It has also been found by other in
gators that "children who drank ct..
averaged from one and onc0ial( to nnr
than four pounds less in weight, and f tttv
one-halt inch to more than one inch losa
in height, than the children who abstain
ed from coffee. They were also found to
have an average of three pounds leu in
hand strength than tbe children who
never drank coffee."
NOTE Many par ante have found
It to their children's advantage to
give them Instant Poatum aa the hot
morning beverage instead of coffes.
This delicious food -drink resemble
coffee In looks and flavor, but 1 en
tirely free from the disturbing ooffaa
drug, caffeine, or any other harmful
Mtts Pifnitinuhl htnt I'ttnr
J 4 til St reel, New Vorlt
c trVtv sjctvmc,j 'jmia I LsJs
Misses' Tailored Suits
.Siitt I J, JC and JS ) rir, StntnUr fur W 'omrn lu JO lluit.
Attriclhc models, particularly
Adapted fur kinnll figure, tail
ored or smartly trimmed with
fur, velvet or silk braid.
I'll n'tif' ligth Cttoti and
Lutttt FathumaUt Skirt t.
Materials include Broadcloth,
Whipcord, Ottlnirdlne and Tai
lor Serge in dclrablc colors.
Higher Cost Suits
Imported models accurately
reproduced of Chiffon Broad
cloth, Velvet, Velour Cloth,
Sucdo Cloth and other high
29.75 35.00 45.00
Misses' Fashionable Coats
Something Interesting Here Every Day in
Carpets. Rugs and Linoleums
Seamless Velvet Rugs
0x12 ft. AO I 8.3x10,0 ft. "If- QQ I 0x0 ft. fe Q f-
Reg. 2D 1D.70 Reg. $18.50 1D.70 Reg. 910.50 O.DU
Oriental designs and colorings, also small all-over effects.
$1.00 Velvet Carpets, 85c
You will find among them designs suitable for any room in
the house; also hall and stair patterns.
$1 Nairn's Maid Linoleums, Sq. Yd., 69c
An excellent showing of parquet fioor and tile designs.
Colors go through to the back. n,.
Fireside or Wing Chair
Usual Price $4.50
Consists of one pair of Velour
Curtains and one centro valance,
all lined with sunfast mnterlal.
In gTeen, blue, rose, rod and gold.
$2.75 Marie Antoinette
or Cluny Lace Curtains
Mounted on hsavy net, 4th floor.
Covered with cretonne; a variety of choice patterns to select from
Swpcrbly conttructed with extra high back, deep
icingt, and upholstered seat with loose cushions.
A Fine Opportunity For Gift-Giving Purposes.
Inquire About the Koch Club Plan
of Deferred Payments.
H. C. F. KOCH V CO., Inc., 121th Street, Wert
The Biggest, Most Wonderful Sale ol
High Class Suits & Coats
Continues Tomorrow, After Weeks of Hustling Preparation
Such as May
Never Occur Again
This is no mere price reduction salo of stock garments;
wo have purchased dozens upon dozens of expensive,
highest cost models from the most exclusive style pur
veyors, and reproduced them with astonishing accu
racy. They will be placed on tale tomorrow at a
mere fraction of the coat of the originals.
huh u re us 01 m mm
The above illustrations fairly represent tho beautiful suits and coats to bo found here;
the prices range from $12.75 to $35.00 for tho suits, and $5.98 to $32.50 for the coats.
Mint's' Coats of Mixtures and Zibcllnc,
belted, braid bound and fur trimmed,
ior itret, sport or motor wear. Special
Mikico' Fur Collar Coats, attractlvo mod
elf, of Corduroy, Mixtures and Qabardinc;
collar of Fur. Special
MImc' Drssy Coats of Broadcloth, Plush,
Valour Clolh and Corduroy; silk lined
throughoult and wool interlined, trlm-miaey-ni
For afternoon and street wear; exclusive
youthful models of Charmeusc, Velvet,
Crepe dc Chlno and Soiree Silk; also Scree,
combined with Georgette Crepe or Satin.
15.00 19.75 25.00 35.00
Misses' Party or Dance Frocks of
Chiffon Taffeta, In pastel shades
of Nile, Malic, Pink, White, Rose
and Light Blue; net and rosebud
rJ of Reliable Make
Thoae Pianos have been on rental Jf
for a lew months only in the beat til
nouses in xsew iorK ana cannot bo
told from NEW; in fact, we guaran-
Ipi thnm lust. n. if ihnv wkfa nn.
Regardless of their original cost.
wc uiicr utc cuure uumoer ai only
aianuara H-iote Flayer-Pianos
f'nnl.lnlncr .vp.v m rAmm ..n. I i
vice. Thesa were used at nur n.i.
and cannot be distininiUlicd from
N E W. Without reference to their
original cost all will be sold tnr nnu
CONVENIENT TERMS OF PAYMENT
OPEN IN THE EVENING UNTIL 9 P. M
a WAREROOMS, Sfh Ave. & 39fh SI.
Supreme In Victor Service Convenient Terms
SUNDAY WORLD WANTS WORK MONDAY WOMnPn;
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