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TH1! EVENING WORLD, XWLUNJPAY, MARCH 6, 1916.
V ft Hurray! Griddle Cakes for Breakfast! Maybe your youngster won't hustle down to breakfast when thero are "Presto" griddle cakes on the bill oi fare! Vou can't blame him of course not. The cakes you moke with "Presto" are always lighter and better eating now aren't they ? And incidentally, don't you appreciate the convenience and saving in tune when you use 'Presto" ? Most housewives do. Dresto r SELF-RAISING The H-OComDdny.Dufrilo.N.Y. Makers or It-O.rorce.fMPriioj MT. LORETTO WAS NICE PLACE WHEN COLER VISITED IT Former Comptroller Gives Opinion of Criticised In stitution for Children. IT MAKLM LITTLE IMFT'KltllNl'K Wll IT tol NKKU A W dill J 1 HAM" WII.Lllo Ht:r IT. Ulrd 8. Coler, former Comptroller, (entitled to-day at the charities In vestigation which Hpeelal Commis sioner Chnrles II. Htroni; In comluet- liift untl explained how he came, to Introduce the present Hyatcm of pay Imr the rhurltablc liiHtltutlonn per capita for the care of pulillo charges. The old way of contrltmtlnK lump sums to various InMltutlonii proved ill.mntrotls, Sir. Coler wild. Iecnuse the Ix-Klnlattire nllowixl soino worthiest! filneen law sums, while Riving kooiI Institution.' next to nothing Mr. ro- ler visited many places mid cuino to tl conclusion thut It was belter tnj pla- children with retlKlnini than . with public lust II uttons. Mr. Cider Inspected SL Joseph's Home nt l'eeksklll and tin; Mission of the Immaculate Virgin at Mt. Ixnct- to, S. I. The Mount Lorotlo Institu tion wm one of the most seriously 'rltlclsed Jy tho inspectors of the Charities Department. The witness hought It a very nice place. , Asked how he nettle! on tho per aplta payments, he said: "We didn't take the Catholic tntl- ' tut Ions, where the sisters pet no pa.y. for thero the cost of maintenance Is reduced to iilmost nothing. Wo took tho Institutions whoro tho employees received salaries and estimated what It cost to maintain their Inmates, and , n Imsnd our tier c.mlt.1 tiavment on I thnt basis." .loll ii MeCnrmnrU lln n fold. According to his manager, t'liarli-s U Wngner of No. 1431 IlroudwHy. John MeCormnck, tho tenor, Is recovering rnpldly from ft eohl which prevented him from singing it tho Academy of Music in Nrooklyn Inst evening for the. Alumnnn of tlio VlrltHtlon Convent. Mr. SIcConnnck took cold on n train min ing from Iliittlmnro Inst Sumliy night. l felt well enough to ling lnM night but wis told by Ids plivslrlan the strain would l dangerous. The eonee t 1ms l,.-tn postponed to Kinier e titoi; Mr. McCormack starts on a wt- in tour Wednenday WIN 5 PER CENT. II New Scale Will Advance Cost of Coal 6 to 15 Per Cent., Operators Say. lloth miners and operators admitted to-day that tho soft coal conference will end within the next forty-night hours with tho acceptance of n now wago scalo Involving about a 5 per i "tit. Increase Tho miners orlglnalb detnnnilod n 10 per cent. Incroase In wages and a general "mine run" sys tem throughout the bituminous llePls. Tho now wage scnlo wll) add approxi mately IIO.WO.OOO to tho pay rolls of tho operators for tho benullt of over JM),000 miners. To-day the union yielded to the de mantis of the Indiana operators to cut down n cent in the llgures for that district, and this, with the split ting In half of the orlgtn.il demands Inst Haturday, caused t,,. operators to reach an agreement among them selves, with the result thai the new wago scalo will be based on the llgures forecasted In the livening World last week, us follows "Tim miners In Ohlr. will get R0 cents for every Inn of coal dug by them on tht ...in run pi. mi, Iml.tinii Ml rents: llllon.s. Si, and Western I'enniyl uml.i, 50 Th biggest increase Is In the Westeru IN unsylvanl.i fli Ids which aiuoitriiN to fi per rent. There ivtll be a pr cent. Increase in day labor nnd m, e,ual Inerens for "dead " TlMs will r-'Ne the day la borers' flgntcs- from ;Ti! to about $2.'.iX .i da) Aremdliig to the operators, the total Increase in the cost of produc tion of soft poal under the new scab will be from ii tu It 3-10 xir cent. of III! Ctlalllnnn I'sjIU, riihnmn, mi el.) eitslillalmd Out, C t. hikery nnd restnurnnt coininny nt No 111 r'ourth ,etuie, ssslgned to -day for I lie 1m mill of ire.tltom to IMvwird t: lloetilg "I No 13 N'imii Utrert There are severul I'lisliuiiili In llix bakery bualneHS Lime Medication in Tuberculosis In Ih. , . ,d,n llrrnrd of Dr rrmt.rr - I, f. Jhn trlh tt InlMln mki hnvr romr In th w. Miiainn tlmt nr nf the mot prnmlnfnt '.."'"C' ,Triilni.) 'lime trrii- Isn.' 'In Hit ra, nl inrlplent tnhsf. iiliMla there la ilr(lrirnr) si rnlilnm. Mnnr tin not rnt fnml rnntnlnlnr rnonsh lime, -in .,irli ni.r, nr mual rraort Ut 'me ireill, alien," Oktnnn Aaer.nv, huultl bs ln ii rslr (rml In aneh eaaea beenuae on nt Its clilf Insrrtlients la rslcium lllma) in such 'oniMnailon wtih nlhr rsmrdlsl "'H' a tn t, rsallr a.lrnlltft njr the nvrrsre beraen Wlivre tin u la comb ntt with proMr dirt rrein ilr and hygitnlc llvlni co.i. illllnna we believe II will pro titntflctsl tn lhv -nae Inliercillnala It enntstna no uplatea. narcotlea nr hal.lt rnrmlns' ilrtua la anfe to Irr. Vrnm RlWer Macemsn Cn rour druxtiat or dlteot. Adt Lehman litMaratnrt, rhlladelntdn. CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Uso For Over 30 Years Always beata Uie Signature of 4- ffr Sale Begins Tuesday at Nine A. M. JjtJrTTUHMacy&Co.' Attraction Kf Their LowPrica. " " jiy jJAa:.2 Third Floor ! . - - j March Sale f Houase Dresses I Attractive Styles Compelling Prices Trig, crisp garments of firm gingham, woven madras, chambray, linene, percale. Saratoga cloth, pique and Indian head linene. In stripes, checks, two-tone effects and plain colors lavender, blue, pink, black and white ML XL - ' 11 11...F.9 Sizes range from 34 to 44. T?lPj7 if Tl TI Extra Sizes Not IlluHtratetl r -i .1 jr I Dw1un.tfl tL 4C to 52 at 94c, $1.29, $1.44, $1.89, Every size in every style. 0 ii ViiUlvJlcS) $2.29 nnd $2.89. IV' 1 1 8 These are clever dresses, cut on full flaring lines, with felled seams, well made in every respect. Piping; smocking; smart collars and cuffs of contrasting materials or embroidery; pleated, gathered or yoked skirts; adjustable belts; pockets and novel buttons all go to make the different models attractive enough for porch or street wear. L 1 I 7 caiorliMllilbr luttaualni kia. KtUl.ta, aaMaaiaML. Come, go on a trip to Cracker jack Land, And see what the Cracker Jacks do How cleanly they work ; how gladly they hand The best of all candies to you ! Cracker Jack The more you cat, the more you want This is the confection that all boys and girls can't help liking. Selected roasted peanuts, popcorn and molasses candy with the natural color and llavor put together to make a delicious treat. You can eat Cracker Jack aplenty and never grow tired of it. Here is the confection you can let your children eat to their heart's content. Eat it yourself. It can't harm you. It's made of the best materials, untouched by hands, in a spick-and-span factory, and packed so that it comes to you good, fresn and pure. A perfect confection in a perfect package, with a premium to catch the youngsters' fancy in each pack. Write for the Cracker Jack Riddle Book.' Sent free on request. Address Dept. A RUECKHEIM BROS. & ECKSTEIN, Inc. Brooklyn, New York Bull. Terminal lluildins No. 20 Also makers of the celebrated Angelus Marshmallotvs. Everybody likes them. Have you ever tried them toasted ? In the Triple Proof Package that keeps out mois ture, germs and dust.