THE EVENING WORLD,' WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1?, 1916.
it an eilri value limply
eoriet. Tor llie liyflenia
features, which are fnlrltn,
jr-u pay notbia extra.
The New Wry!
'lijy i -s-
FIT YOUR FIGURE
without costly anil tic
Wumta to .4ililrraa f'entrsl llenn''
Police Ootnnilnsioni'r Arthur H Wrnxln
will dillver an address till evening on
the twrk of tli Police !)-iirtmint I
On 'lie incinliciM of Hip Ctnttsl Iltnnli
J.c.iii I'lub iif No. TOO Inox Avuntir.
WITH SAGE TEA
f Mixed With Sulphur 1 1
Darkens Gray Hair Ho Nat
" iirally Nobody Can Toll.
L DANCE WITH
f i mw UlUf - WJVmwvxwv
IHW ' 319 1 318
tot three dbtinctty pei
of the stout fjtfstre.
Which is. yrmrtrtr?
If vou 'are short and
figuic. boat flat and not
very fall, lots of excess
flesh on abdomen, not so
much on hips fbe lines
of year nre are in
If yoa are of medium
height (or even a bit short)
with excess flesh evenly
dktribrated, the lines of
yeur figure are in
NEW No. Ilt-1.W
If yoa are'tall and tartfe,
of Jnnoeaque figure, rc
qmrinf a hiffc, full bust
and back, the lines of
jwar figure are in
NEW No. 321-$3JM
Select the model that
we have made for YOUR
mad yoa will get corset
cocniori and correct mtit
tary style; your figure
will be made permtmentlj
saaflT and lighter; your
corset will wear long and
Wold its shape to the end.
TfceK are Three tHFivsrifes
worn for yean, and utw wtrn,
fry (Jasiiaiiliofwoacnwho will
ba jmWUmm to Ihem in their
for 1916, with fuhkm.
Jte u Wue Woman!
Stair Dm Nemo Efo-Shape
tfliaa tad enjoy ll latest a.
MM la ttt &m art ol coretrr.
i htstssUaS Rtv Ymst
'Tim old-time mixture ot Snge Ten and
Sulphur for darkening gray, streaked
ii nd laded Iiair 11 erntidmother treat
incut, and folk are again ming it to
kiTti their hair u cnoil. even color, wbicu
in quite sensible, un tsc are living iu an
ace whrn ii youthful appearance i of
the grrateat advantage.
NuwailiV". thoueh. we uon I uve tuo
troulilriuiinn tnik of uatherinK the mi no
ami llm tinii'V mttiuir ul home. All
clrnc ilorr rell the rrary-to.ue jiroduct
railed "Wyeth'-. Sngn nnil Sulphur
Compound for nliout 0 ceuu s bottle,
It is very popular, liccauta nobody cu
liiicovrr it hi been minlifd. .Simply
moUtrn Tour romb or a aott bnuh with
It and draw tlu'a throusU your hair, tak
ing one atnall utrund at a lime; by
morning the crny iioir umippekm, uut
what del Mil the lodift with AVyeth'a
Sane and Sulphur it that, besinea beau
tlfullv dirkesine the hair after a few
application!, it alio producei that toft
luntre and nppearanca ot abundance
which in to attractive, bcsidei, prevent
dandruff, itching acalp ami falling hair.
RUTH ST. DENIS FOR
THE.BIG BOYS' CLUB?
yAemit? A Newsies in keen
.Rivalry for I lonor of Aiding
, SSoo.ooo Campaign.
(nr In the lclnlty of Avenue A
anil Tenth Shoot there la tojms ex
citement 1u the air odiiy. Jt you
houltl pan.i that way nnd eo a croup
of ktvn.ctil, clixir-eyrd lltlJc chnpn
armitrvr vlolonUy, or If llio newnboy
from rthoni you buy n p;ijMr eeenw to
hav u ur-awny look of plrnjutnt on
ttctpntlon in iln oyva nnd jjlvcn you a
pentiy too tniicJi cluingr, you moy bo
aiiro th ii unnio rnue In nt the bottom
of It all. Thuy aro nil woiiderlnc and
looftlnK' nnd argulnc end disputing
over who 1.1 to have the honor of tho
flrt flanco with Ruth St. Deiibi, when
aim oppeaM at the' TerpjilchOTean
revel thnt in to lie held to-nlglit by
thn iloya' Club of Avcnuo A.
Iror Jtlan St. Uentn In not only co
ins tt bo there and Lincn for the
boyw nhe la coin? 1o tlnnce WITH
them toot Home of tho older mem
ber of till organization that in do-
Ins ho much for tho boydum of tho
Hast Hide, ure wrpcitfi nt the tnnjro
and thn fox trot and nil that iort of
thin jr. And though Atlex Denla's pe-
claHy, ea everybody hnow.i, l wrlg
llnK and vrrH'hlnr artistically in the
dance of anrlont 1'EWU India,
Greec and other faraway lands, that
dotn not mean that aho can't "abaka.
a foot'.' qulto aa artlatlcally hi the
"modem dancea" an tho brat of them.
And Bho baa promlaed to allow aome
of the. Iloya' club Diemlirri) to lead
bur on the floor and trot mrlth her to
their hearts' content.
To Stop Cold in the Head
T Get Ahead of the Cold
Save $50 to $200
& Player Piano
The low rent district brings you
I these famous Instruments at a con
Rich in Ton Artiatic in Datign
Built to Last a Llfetima.
Sold on Easy Terms
2HIt Llrlantni (ilrrrl, Oppv Ktrner'a.
Km Extra Ckarga I e la,
OH, WHAT A NIQHT ITt-L BE FOR
Tim big dance that the lloyn' Club
of Avenue A Im going to clvo at Its
club house, Avenue A and Tenth
Street, to-night hi a. part of the ten-
day campaign that liaa been begun by
tho Ooyn' Club Anaoclatlon ot New
Torlc to raise lialf a tnUllon lollara for
the beneOt ot tho Doy Club and the
Newaboyaf llama Club, another simi
lar organisation. Already tho com
patgn la awlnglng along finely, and
contributions by. hundreds and thou
oonda aro flowing Into tho headquar
tern tho aaooclatlon hatt estaiilhihod at
No. C7 Chamber Street.
At the luncheon of the teatu cnptnlna
and workers, gHen at the headquart
ers, to-day It waa announced that
total of $12,4:1.50 had been collected In
the twenty-four hours ended at noon
Thbi brlnjra the amount of the entire
collection up to 157,233.30.
Cheera ureoted tho announcement of
a $10,000 contribution bv Mra. Frcdor
lck Kerrla Thompson. Walter Jennings
save 1G0O und Oliver Jennings 2S0.
Included In tho day's contributions was
$105 which was raised by the members
of tho Henlor Division ot the Boys'
Club. Even tho llttlo fellows of tho
club, from ten to twelve years old, got
togetner ana gavo 3 to the cause,
cheerfully clvlntr up their hard-earned
pennies and nickels.
Pollco Commissioner Woods was tho
principal speaker at the luncheon
telling of the great benefits that will
be derived by properly training the
hoys of .NVw York City
The $500,000 tlmt thu Hoys' Club
Association of New York Is going to i
rulflo in ii little mot.o thnn a week
Isn't it 1 1 that thu llttlu chnps wbuj
bclontr to tho Hoys' Club of Avotiuh
A nnd tlio Newsboys' Home Club ure
icolng to ret out of tho campaign, ;
however Not by u Juirfull Thev'ru
nil Kiilng to have tho time of their
lives uurliiir the imxt olcht or ten
dajK. A Hpeclal seHcs of entertain-
inenis, ntiuetlc contests, dances,
tiir.tuic shows and other dlvertl.se-
niniu.i i .iiiiii.iipa 10 mana a nil wmi p
Young Amorlua, hns been arranged i r rCilUCn I
oh n fnntute of the big' rumnalKii
for $500,000. And whllo nearly two
hundred well known Imalneas und
professional men of this city aro
busy rnkliiR im the dollars for them
tho boys ot tho two clubs are going
both In thn way of celebrating their
good lurk and to fix tho publlo eyo
upon them und their needs during
the next wceK.
AND SHE'LL "STEP IT OUT"
WITH ONE OF THE BOYS.
To-nlght'i dance, with Miss St.
Donls ns the guest of honor, Is thp
Aral nf ihaao aoclal and amusement
affairs that will crowd the evenings
of tho noxt week or so for the hoy
members of tho two duns. Aided by
her dancing partner. Ted Shawn, Miss
Ht. Denis will show the boys and their
guests a fen smple.s of her terpsl
choroan lino In a socially arranged
exhibition. And then hold your
breath, boys-slnll dunce with some
of you. so nlm says.
Miss Ht. Denis will also dance for
the two clubs In a still moro effective
way next .Sunday night, when abe
will clvo a lcnetlt performance for
the lioya' Clubs Association at thn
Candler Theatre. She will present
her entire roKulnr programme of
Orlontnl dances, with hor ensemble
of beautiful California dancing girls
and ber native Hindoo assistants
Tho Cnndlor Thcatro and tho services
ot Its complete stnlt havo been do
nated for the be miflt by Manager
Thu collodion of funds by the Boys
Club Association Is under tbo direc
tion of twenty-four "captains," each
with a team ot eight men worklnc
under htm. Tho captains and their
workers ure all well known buslnosj
and professional men.
A list of 17.000 names ot residents
In New York City or lis suburbs has
been compiled by tho association, and
It Is from these persons that contri
butions are solicited by the twenty-
lour "teams," aitnougu otner volun
tary donations niu welcome. Each
"captain" selects from tho list ot
17,000 n certain number or names,
whloh he guarantees his team will
cover." Ho then assbma the men
under him to Interview the various
persons whom ho has selected and
request their donations. It In ex
pected that by tho time the 17,000 per
sons havo been soon Uio halt million
dollars required will be moro than
HOW THE MONEY IS RAISED BY
Tho "captains" in charge of the
twenty-four teams arc:
N. Y. QUARANTINE
BILL TO TRAIN SCHOOL
BOYS FOR WAR PUT IN
Wilson, Acting on
fGov. Whitman's Sugges
tion, Makes the Change.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 1!. Quaran
tine offices nt tho Port of New York,
It was announced hero to-day, liave
passed temporarily from Htato con
trol nnd are under the supervision of
the rcderal I'ubllo Health Service,
fhreo to remain until tho New Tork
legislature can net on legislation de.
signed to turn the station over abso
lutely to Federal control. Tho tem
porary arrangement was mndo at the
suggestion of Gov. Whitman con
tained In a letter to tho President.
The transfer places quarantine sta
tions at all American ports except
Daltlmore under Tederal supervision,
a change, officials hero believe, thnt
will bo of great vnluo In guarding the
publlo health after tho war.
President Wilson has directed Sur
geon General liluo to take the station
over at New York and bo has desig
nated Dr. I,. 13. Cofcr to take charge.
WALL STREET ELEVATOR
Leader Says Cars at No. '60
Were Tied Up Hours, but
Chief Denies Ft.
'Albany Assemblyman Wants Law'
I Amended lo Add Military
1 AI.H.VNY, N. V., .T.in. 12. As
semblymnn Welsh of Albany to-day
introduced a bill In Hie lower house
providing "Instruction In physical
training And military science in high
fcchool of the Htnlc." He says the
measure alms at "preparedncis."
Specifically it amends the educational
law, empowering the Commissioner of
IMucallnn and Adjutant General to
prcpate courses, in military and
Ilnkr of ('nnnnna-ht Ifaa Grip.
OTTAWA, Jan. 12. The Duke of Con
naught Is aufferlnc from crip. He has
been indttpoicd for scvernl days, hut thn
attack, It was said to-day, li not
aovere. It Is expected ho will b ftbla
to open l'ailianitnt Tburaaay.
WHITMAN TO DISMISS
RILEY, ALBANY REPORT
Prisons Superintendent Preparing
'Supplemental Defense to De
ALUANT, Jan. 12. State Superin
tendent of Prisons John B. Itlley has
under preparation supplemental affi
davits attesting his innocence ot mis
conduct in office which he will sub
mit to Gov. Whitman at the resump
tion ot the hearing on Friday.
Two counts apparently registered
by the prosecution In yesterday's pro
ceedings aro damaging Riley's caso in
tho Governor's eyes. In one instance
the Superintendent acknowledged au
thorship of a lotter to Warden Os
borne, dcclarlnn that transfer from
Sing Sing to Dannemora was regard
cd ea a measure ot discipline.
The SUDorlntcndent admitted lo
Whitman that, although he ordered
the present mooted transfers from
Sing Sing to Mrellcvo congestion," tho
next day bo directed transfers from
Dannemora to Sing Sing. All theso
transfers affected tho Mutual Welfare
Ixaiguo and seem to bavo been aimed,
tho Governor contends, to hamper
Warden Klrchwcy'n administration.
Alt signs point to liuey s eventual
L II Ready toUse ,hJ
Jjjljjjjj jirjjjjanM j j
O. C. Hintan,
II. C, uon.
T. W. Edftr.
Vl. li. McCUm.
H. n. IWllfln.
1'. t. OUrfcuit.
John V. (HUM.
(IhirlM II. Lm.
Ii. w. C4iki.
tVIUkia IMmkI Hill.
(ItffTta a. WaftUnctoa
i rtuK oiuaen.
il-m. TbompMl tad
P. L. JKxlce.
y. W. Muiru.
a. a. i Vi.
The work ot all the teams and cap
tains la under the general supervision
ot Joseph P. Day, as Chairman.
Ono feature ot the work will be a
dally moetlnK of all tho captains and
as many of tne team members aa poa-
irthfn at tbo cam pal cn headquarters
of tho association, at fo. o( unamuers
Street, whero luncheon will be served.
At those noonday gatherings the
progress of the campaign win ue uis,
cussed and suggestions mauo xor to
Nary Antn Wouldn't Submerge.
An automobile, whoso owner and
operator nave bis name as Ueut
Hugh C. Praxor, U. S. N.. attached to
submarine K-C. and whoso two mm.
panlona ulso doacrlbed theniHclvea as
naval offlcurs, ran Into a largo water
Ine trough at Fulton and Liberty
Streets, IlrooUlyn, early to-day and
was partially wrecked. None of the
occupants was injurcu.
Tomorrow, January 13th
Ultra Coat Reductions
S.f Down on 550.00
1 1 1 1 1 1 u
COMPLETE f ROM ISO TO tS00
Upen Monday & Saturday Eveninzi
01M ST.L STATkON AT CORNElt
On the Season's
Ultra Coats .
Formerly Priced Up to $30
$1 4. 75
the season's beginning 30 did the work
of $4o or $45, comparing the prices of
tlvese beautifully tailored, ultra smart
Winter coats at the Bedel! fashion shop with
the prices of their replicas in the higher priced
shops of Fifth Avenue.
To-morrow $14.75 does the work of the
original $30, or of the $25 and $22.50, for the
hundreds of handsome coats in this assortment
originally marked at those prices.
They have the metropolitan swing, the
fashionable flare, so much in demand, and
echo the very latest note in the concert of style.
Many of them fur-trimmed broadcloths many
others fur fabrics, matelaml) and silk plushes
and a host of the thoroughbred, mannish mix
tures. Exactly what you want at exactly the
reduction you have been hoping thesev coats
Alterations Continue FreeSale at All Bedell Stores
NEW YORK 1
19 UVif 3ith Street.
U Ve$t lith Street.
r No Kitre Cliarcs for It.
ASihUmuuhu lor Tl Vlorld on h Uft at
ear aw1iii OuUtcl Ututojtr offu la Uia clfj
sfa a I
460 Fulton Street.
6J Uroad Street,
tK U Wttt lith Street. kn&fZmfkAmfWWr J
When tho Kuropcan war struck
Wall Street, about the time It hit
Belgium, everybody In tho former
thrifty settlement willingly co-operated
In cutting down unnecessary ex
pense? Even thn n!.-.vi'or operator J
In the twenty-four-story building
known ns No, CO Wall Street agreed
to shoulder tholr mite of the hard
times burden, according to ono ot
them, Edward Brady, of No. 430 Park
Brady nvers that H. P. Downle,
chief engineer of tho building, ex
plained 'to tho operators tho need for I
curtailing expenditures and requested
them to cloan tholr elevator shatta on
their own tlmo, Saturday afternoons,
Instead of doing so Sundays on extra
time during tho period of doprosslon.
Tho clovator operators were willing.
This arrangement has been In force
nearly a year and a halt. Recently
the elevator men havo been reading
about "war brides" and prosperity
and they asked last Monday for a re
version to the old system and other
concessions. Brady says Downlo
promptly discharged Thomas A. Aellls
of No. -U4 Carlton Avenue, Brooklyn.
Thereupon, ho declares, nine ot the
other operators struck nt 3 o'clock
yesterday aftornoon when the traffic
was heavy. Brady state thdt tho '
lobby ot the building was soon
Jammed with Irate millionaires and
that tho congestion lasted for hours.
Downlo told a different story. He
said he bad intended to grant practi
cally all tho request when ono of tho
men tola mm inu operators were
going to strike. Ho waa ready for tho
walk-out, ho said, and had men on
hand to tako tne elevators. Ho de
nied thero was any conRC&tlon.
"Wo havo raised tho salaries of tho
men who did not strike," said Downle.
Tho operators havo been Kcttlng
$14 a week and a bonus of $5 lor good
BROTHER PAYS $1,000
FINE OF WM. WILLETT
Washington County Grand Jury
May Investigate Liberties Granted
to Cassidy and Willett.
Marlnus Willet,t, only brother of
William Willett, who Is serving - a
term at Great Meadow Prison for
buyinc a Judicial nomination in
Queens County, paid tho $1,000 fine
imposod upon Willett to Deputy Clerk
Thomas E. Holt lu tho Criminal Part
ot tho Supreme Court In Brooklyn
DIstilct Attorney Ciopsey suld to
day tho lino of "Curlev Joe" Cassidy,
convicted of selling tho nomination
to Wlllutt. has not been paid. Ho
naid tho hundlntr of a check to Clerk
Kelly Inst week, which wim imme
iHilIhIv dcnoHltt'd In bank, wuh not to
bo considered u leual payment until
tho redemption of the chock had been
certified to the court.
Tho payment of thu lino disposes of
tho injunction asked by Cropscy
nwlnst the I'nrolo Board, forbidding
them to let Cassidy and Wlllott out
of prison nt the expiration of tho
minimum term fixed In tholr sen.
Cronser said it was tor the Grand
Jury of WashlnKton County, In which
Ureal Aicauow j-iihuii is suuaicu, to
nv whether tho law liad been vio
lated In allowing freedom to Willett
and Cassidy during tneir prison
llHratlua; Meteor .Sprrndx Alnrin In
Til re r .Stutra.
CINCINNATI. Jan. 12. Southern Ohio.
Lower Indiana nnd part of Kentucky
waro aroused early to-duy by a violent
shock, said by I'rof. J. O. Porter of the
Cincinnati unaervuiory to nave oecn
caused by a meteor explosion. The sky
wmi Uithted bv a brilliant flash at the
tlmo of tho explosion, It was first
thought that the powder plant at Kings
(MJUs was destroyed, ,
JranbUrt Simon a Ca
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Sts.
mm m awaiiaaa(wa -aaaaaaaanaaiBiaM
At Greatly Reduced Prices
"Parfait" Lingerie Underwear
Of sheer batiste; lace, embroidery snd ribbon trimmed.
Night Gowns .85 1 .45
Envelope Chemises y .85
Redingote or Fitted Combinations 1 .45
Petticoats 1 .45
Philippine and French Underwear
Sheer fabrics; hand made, hand embroidered.
Hand Embroidered Night downs 1.95' 2.95
Hand Embroidered Envelope Chemises - 1 .95
Hand Embroidered Combinations 2.95
Crepe de Chine & Society Satin Underwear
Exclusive ta'ilorcd or lace trimmed models.
Night Gowns of Crepe de Chine 3.9o
UllWiUl'i; VllUlllUkJ Ul WlCJJb VI I. WIIMIC
Bodices of "Society Satin"
Knickers of "Society Satin"
Petticoats of "Society Satin'l
4.95 5.95 6.95
1.95 2.95 3.95
1.45 2.95 3.95
4.95 5.95 6.95
Clearance Sale Thursday
Women's Boudoir Gowns
Corduroy Boudoir Gowns
Of English Corduroy Velvcc; Empire or
belted models. Silk lined throughout.
Silk Boudoir Gowns
Of Silk Matelassc, Crepe de Chine,
Charmeuse Silk or Chiffon Taffeta.
3.95 Heretofore $4.95 to $5.95 6.95 Heretofore $9.75 to $16.50
Annual SaleAt Reduced Prices
Women's Silk and Merino Underwear
."Parfait" Glove. Silk Combinations
Fully reinforced, heavy quality IOC
glove silk; plcot top. 1 ."O
."Parfait" Glove Silk Vests oz
Crochet top, pink or white. 1 .avu
"Parfait" Glove Silk Knickers
Of heavy quality silk, while, pink, t 1Z
blue or black, reinforced, I . O
Annual Sale Misses' and Girls' Underwear
On Sale Mezzanine Floor
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Of sheer nainsook, lace or embroidery trimmed.
Lingerie Night Gowns, 12 to 20 years
Lingerie Envelope Chemises, 14 to 20 years
Lingerie Combinations, 14 to 20 years
Lingerie Petticoats, 12 to 20 years
Lingerie Drawers, 12 to 20 years
Annual Sale Children's Underwear
On Sale Third Floor
At Greatly Reduced Prices
Of nainsook or cambric; lace or embroidery trimmed.
Children's Gowns , 2 to 10 years
Band Skirts ' 2 to 10 years
Children's Drawers 2 to 10 years
Canton Flannel Night Drawers 2 to 10 years
i'Parfait" Glove Silk Bodices
Pink or white, lace Insertion
Silk and Wool Combinations
Emb'd Glove Silk Combinations
"Parfait" make, embroidered front, rr?
plcot lop, pink or white. .Vo
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