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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1918.
FOUR SONG WRITERS
OFF TO WAR WITH
POETS AND AF
"White Way" and Greenwich
Draft Bo.frds Send Regular
Cabaret to Fort Slocum.
It was ft regular cabaret that went
Array to war to-day, entraining at
the Grand Central Station for tv
training period nt I-'ort Slocum.
Know Jimmy Loc? He's tho allm,
dark eyed, nimble lingered music
maker who wrote. "Oh, You Beautiful
Doll." And thcro he wns, with a
carnation In his buttonhole and a
fancy vest and a pair of shoes better
suited for the Dlltmorc ballroom than
for tho mud of Plcardy. Dm ho was
beaded for Plcardy, proud of It, eager
to learn as much about tho Browning
gun ns he knows about ttevon brands
And right beside Jimmy Lee, also
wearing a carnation and Joyful
clothes, was Joo Vy, -vhoso specialty
Is writing "mother" songs. Ho
guesses ho'll get somo good ldwin for
that sort of thing before he comes
Joo Goodwin was there, too, com
poser of the "Liberty Hell" song, and
with him was Michael KlUgerald,
who collaborated on tho song, All
these men, and several others whose
talents hnvo tickled tho dancing toes
of Uroadway, were drafted soldiers of
Local Hoard No. 130, headquarters
at 105th Street and Uroadway. They
call It tho "Whlto Way Board," and
tho men proposo to make their part
of tho army cheerful, no matter who
elso may bo glum.
But No. 130 had no monopoly of
genius, for thcro was the contingent
from Local Board 'No. 153, which
draws from tho Washington Square
district. Modest sons those. They
didn't want to namo names, but they
let It bo known that they hnd some
poets and artists and Greenwclh
Vlllago can nover too the same while
they aro gone.
Two trains of draft men left tho
Grand Central to-day. In the morn
ing 615 entrained, and at 1.10 P. M.
3S9 moro. That Is a total of 1,001 for
Tho Station was crammed with
tholr relatives, friends, admirers, und
thcro were bands pluylng tho music
that somo of tho "cabaret contin
gent" had written. It was a gre-it
send-on, cheerful as anybody could
Ono man was missing from tho quo
tot of Board No. 12V, which takos
In tho district around Columbus Ave
nuo and 77th Street, Tho missing
man was Charles Francis Phillips,
who has long been classed as a de
scrtcr. o His tho former Columbia
University student whoso reluctance
to kill Germans or to lot anybody
kill them has brought him moro than
his shnro of nowspapcr space.
Hlmcr Ilaamuseoiv, whoso undo,
Major Andrew Iuuirmiason. was
killed In tho Plcardy battle, was one
or tno iioara jsTo. :o men wno ue
STATEN ISLAND NOTES.
nishop Burch will preside this evening
at the spring eiston of the Archdeaconry
or wchmond at St. John's Church Tar.
Iih Hall, Clifton. The session Is pre
ceded by supper with the members of
the Staten Island branch of the Woman's
Auxiliary to tho Board of Missions,
which Is meeting this afternoon. At
the women's meeting, lllshop Tyler of
North Dakota Is the chief speaker, and
Mrs. Van Bokkelcn will tell of the war
work of the auxiliary.
Bids were received yesterday at tho
Borouch Hall for curblnn and laiinr ih
gutter of Klllott Avenue from Amboy
norm in jonnauii ayciiuc, in ino lOllen-
Canon Pascal narrower. Assembly-
and It. St. Oeorge Walker will ( make
man Seesselberger, Mrs. Eduard Wisely,
Assemblyman Curley, Berent Vlrscnor
four-minute speeches for the Ited Cross
fund at the local theatre to-night.
Curtis High School will hold . "rally
for nurses" to-morrow morning to as
sist In filling the demand for nurse at
home and abroad.
Members of the Staten Island Women s
League for Service will assemble at the
Horougn nan io-morruw nmuiua ,
bid farewell to the boys leaving rorJ
Tha vrarlnattnn varrlaeB of the Tral
Ing School at St. Vincent's Hospital will
be held to-morrow evening.
The Red Cross is binding up and heal
ing the wounds of war it is bringing
relief to the most terrible misery and suffering
the world has ever known.
The work of the Red Cross is human and
practical. It knows no boundaries of religion,
creed or race.
It appeals to everyone who loves his fellow man.
Contributed to the RED CROSS
s5th STREET AND SIXTH AVENUE
2 WAR FUND
(CAN YOU REFUSE?
A- Mor ton Oppenheim
ELEVATOR SERVICE PRIJidiht wf & OPPOSITE WALDOEF HOTEL
1 HfiEE UPSTAIRS SALESROOMS 11w345t1?-t 223DFlttQrS
Starts Tomorrow Morning at 8.30 o' Clock Sharp
4t& Summer Dresses
iMguml ilesigns, sports
Mriprs the most nt
SS, J6 and $7 Values
Only 600 in n manufacturer's lot of odd
Suits. Exptusive mnterinls which we oh
tained nt far below usual price. All good
colors and novelties in splendid silks.
Colors, gray, rose, Copenhagen,
citron, bisque, gold green.
Itt-sf f a
jue, gold gn
i mm ill mi
'lri As ' Kc7tfrw"l&&
Any Woman Who Expects to
Buy Even One Frock for
Summer Wear Should
Not Fail to See These
200 Silk Sports Suits
$2.50, $3.00, $4.00 Values
mery fabrics arc so fresh
and cool looking. These
new tub frocks arc made of
striped cotton voiles, or
gandie, batiste, dimity,
lincne and .sheer lawns.
Suit VM '
GREAT PEERLESS SALE
Scotch Check Suits
English Poplin Suits
French Serge Suits
$15 Suits, $17.50 Suits
812 Suits, $10 Suits
GREAT PEERLESS SALE
5,000 Smart Tub Skirts
Reproductions of the Costliest Designs
Chinchilla, Wool &Worsted Checks,
Corduroys, Whipcords, Etc.
plain or cluster
striped pique, linene,
1 C a . 1 1
Values up gO" stripea ana
to $10.00 awning striped.
Divided in 2 Lots
The Red Cross
a War Blessing
The rood done by the Ameri
can lied Cross cannot be meas
ured in dollars. Hut it takes
dollars and a great many of
them to accomplish this good.
Give of your store freely. Give
today. Give every day of the
JtXlCvl'& Altrseltsrn Ara Pritei-QusRlr Ssrvlte
HM Suar. Hsr B ars, 3ttb t tb t.
We Sell Dependable Merchandise at Prices Lower
Than Any Other Store, but for Cash Only
Continued Sal of En craved
A hand cut steel die.
with a two or three
it sheets of Aeara Hps
clfll fabric wrltlnc
paper. In while and
72 envelooes to match
Tl. 04 aSf.u of Mm Kill rw lUm
i irnra ma oii 7oq rMi,
danl? or som or liter. vm aji
Nm joof nfixwrtf.
a vjiaiin m i rw j aan.iinc
Zitn llixir :
White Milan straw combines with Georgette
Crepe to give a summery softness to these
Rtg. V. 8. rat. Off.
"Outclass All Millinery
Elsewhere Similarly Priced."
There arc hats made entirely of nuvy Goorg
cttc combined with rough lacquered straw. Hats
of white Milan have double brims of transparent
Georgette crepe, or have swathing sashes of this
graceful fabric. Fabric flowers and hand stitch
ing are new notes. Three of the hats arc pictured.
ar.' fitennd Hoor, 34th "'"
Youth and Simplicity Stitched Into
T? 1, For the
A Gcortetle Crepe Frock, as illus
trated, j one of three distinctive mod
els trimmed in beads and ruffles. As
pictured, it is finely tucked, has deep panel
forming a ointed tunic, richly trim
med with sdk Isce and tiny rosebuds
all net lined. t e -7 4
Sires it to 10 yrs. $D.'t
A Dainty Empire Frock of white Georg
file, has tucked skirt. Bolero bodice,
embroidered and trimmed with net
ruchinos. Finished with ruffle at waist
and ribbon sash. Net lined. ttint
Sites 8 to 14 years. $IJ.4t
Vef Dresses two prelty styles in tucked
or side pleated effects, featuring attrac
tive tunics. Uoleros and lace trimmings.
Hosebiids and ribbon effectively used.
$9.74 & $10.74
Other Graduation Frocks. $7.49 to $31.73
Organdies, voiles, Georgettes and chiffons, some, hand
made or hand embroidered. Specially designed for the
girl at the "awkward age" as well as for younger girls.
Third FIsor. asih 8tret
$13.74 to $46.50
Our usual prices mould be $17.69 to $57.50
These exquisitely embroidered robes may be effectively
fashioned into handsome Summer gowns. They nrc
embroidered on fine, white batiste, in old blue, old rose,
gold, green, or nil white.
Ov Mn noor, 31th Mlrrrl.
i Third Floor. Ilroadwar.
GOOD ADVICE Don't put aside something for a rainy
day; get the thing that icill do sercice tchen the sun shines, as Well.
It's one of the
Sim and Rail! Umbrellas
Of course. It may bens inconspicuous in character
as the most conservative of us could wish. It may he as
novel in color and design as the most during of us could
ask. It is smart from the end of its stubby stem to the
top of its decorative handle.
It is serviceable from the quality
of its covering to the painstaking
1'iirc with which its sirup or brace,
li t handle is uiljuited.
Its possession is a luxury hut it
costs no more than a inert necrj.
Illustrated Umbrella of dark
blue taffeta, with wide gros
grain border. Tip of tortoise
bakelite, handle of the same
with top and bracelet of ivory
Zes Main Floor, r'ront, 3T.Hi M
Newly Designed, Made Exclusicely for This Store,
and Priced Far Below Anylhing Similar Elsewhere
39C and 69c
ur usual prices would be 47c and 9ic
Organdie collar and cuff sets or
vrstees ith pleatiugs or
flulingi. White, ('open, or
ruse. I'ompadour printed sets,
net fichus aud satin collars
Four of the styles are pictured (here are many more.
"j" Mln Hoor, Centre, front
That tt'lU Ltnd Pltaitnt
Summer Toutht) to Your
City or Country Horn.
Round Silk Pillows,
shirred on two cords and
trimmed with decorative silk
apples, Hose, blur, or old
Kold with fruits of various
covered with damask or brocade-.
13-Piece Luncheon Sets
of attractive flowered cre
tonne, coniiiting of centre
piece, sis plate and su glass
doylies with shell stitched
Pillows 0f imitation filet over
pink or blue. 94c
13-Piecc Luncheon Sets
stamped for embroidery in
ii n effective design, scalloped
Crrre Third Floor,
ALL METAL SCREENS
The Softening Touch of Georgette
Crepe Makes These
Women's Taffeta Dresses
Particularly Suited for Summer Wear
They're navy blue, that means they arc fashionable.
There are two models one a rediugotc style with organdie
collar and cuffs, and panel skirt with bias folds; the other
beaded in steel and embroidered in self color, with vestee,
apron aud sleeves of Georgette crepe.
OMer silk dresses of taffeta. Georgetle, satin, crepe
meteor and foulard. Prices range from $14.74 to $48.75.
Many n worn frock mny modify its appearance with a
touch of freshness, many a discarded ono may tako a
new lease on life, und tunny a new one may start upon
its career with several changes of neckwear at trifling ex
penditure, if one takes advantage of these special pricings.
Deep fichus of organdie and
net in new designs, with
pleated or fluted edges, or
gandie vestees with cuffs to
match; satin shal collars
FIT ANY WINDOW
Assure yourself of real screen service and practice solid
economy by using this neat looking, durable screen.
The adjustable metal frame operates easily in all kinds of weather anil will not
crack or rust. It comes in black enamel (baked on) or galvanized finish.
The wire mesh is locked in the frami! it cannot work loose. This screen may be
used as a permanent outsida screen a great advantage, as it allows the bottom snsh to be
raised or lowered without removing the screen. It may also be used under tho sash i i
the ordinary way.
It fits securely around the window frame, leaving no openings for flies to get through.
Two carloads of these screens just arrived. All sizes included. few are listed below.
No. High Closed Open Price
15 15-in. 18-in. 33-in. 53c
l 18-in. 18-in. 33-in. 59c
24A 24-in. 20-in. 37-in. 74c
30 30-iru 21-in. 37-in. 94c
32A 32-in. 24-in. 43-in. $1.14
GI5 15-in. 18-in 33-in. 67c
GI8 18-in. 18-in. 33-in. 76c
G24A 24-in. 20-in. 37-in. 98c
G32A 32-in. .24-in. 43-in. $1.36
N.B.The letter "G" indicates "Galeaniud"
Ctas llaarmrnt, 33th Street
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