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THE SUN,-SUNDAY, -APRIL . 27, .1913.
I! VICE, SAYS DR. SHAV, i i j No Rail .Mini Ailvneatos Kiinl I, Sn ffriifjo, Slip Tolls Sen p CnniinHtop. H Altmatt $c (Ha. i. Altmatt Ofo l i THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT EVENTS WILL OCCUR TO-MORROW (MONDAY) APRIL 28th: lllli rlinWIi AT II KA It INC i ' SpiiiiIoi- slnifrotli. Ciffonl I'in ,' Hint nml Many Women I'IpmiI for Hip Cansp. U'amiimjio.n. Anrll fi. Many women (ll.linmifl"'il In I lie polllionl anil foetal lifo nf W.ixlilnmon npt'cari'il to-day l foro ( ii- Si'iinti- Cimuiitttcc on uninnn snlfi-.tct' in plciiil for Hip frani;hl.p. SriMtnr Tliiininx ot 'olnrailo, who lx a I'olloUT In iiuiil KiifTniKP ami whiti til.iti' r:iiils It. iri-cl(l'il. Moct of the lomniltttv fax or woman miffraKo. Senator Hlitlirrliiml of L'tali of the (umnnitt'c .il!" ri'iircsontH .1 Ktato In wlili-h tin omn oto. I IIm wlfi up IK'tirccI an an iiilvnrtitn nf tin flntii'lilM. Thr oilier fponkerti m re lr. Anna How ard Shaw, prrhlileiit of tin National Woman Suffrage A.snoi iatlon. Si ri". Helen it. lianlltief, Mlci Helen Varlek Hop well, president of the WcmmnVi Nntlonal Itcpubllcin At-MielBtlon; Mr. Kotiert M. I.. i l-'olleltp. wife of the Senator from WIpconMn. Mr.. Kent, wife of Hepre httitatlie Kent of (.'allt'ornl.i . Mr. Wiley, wife of Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, Mrs. I I', ClaM'in and Senator Shafrotli of Col orado. Senator Hr.idy of Idaho, lti'pre centative Kyan of WasdilnKtoii and Clif ford I'lnehot. Dr. Mary Walker wan present, eager to he liraiil, lint the other epeakets oo i npled so much tinm that fhe was de prived of a hearlni;. The hearltiK room In the Sennte nfllee bulldlm; v.in viowded tn Its capacity and Ioiik lines or women Hooil m the corri dor) hoping to he admitted. At times ' the arguments wen punetuateil with I vigorous applause. Tin peal(eri pleaded i for a favor.ilile leport on a rrmlutlun to submit a coiiftttutlonal amendment I lor equal RiulniKc. "We chall km p comlnc hack to you In ('oiiRrifH with a demand for woman , KUffrace." f.itd Dr. Shaw, who w.im th" principal speaker. "Our children and our hlldri'ii's children will come to you until ihlK country nhall have liccoine a de-j illiteracy in fact uh well an a democracy ; In name. i W aii ii"t afraid of th hand of' women whn ate fining u and down the! land cppoMni; our caii-e. The pity of 1 Ik that tin He u'ood women act uh a k . n i n fur the proprietors of dens of Met. amlilim; hotlsen and other evil men. who an the real opponent if woman Milfrai;). I do not believe there lia.j c.if in a had man In favor of wntii. a ! ilTraue " 1 'r sii.iw uniuiied why 1'rrMilrnt Wil Min and Seer, tary ltrau in all of their i i iilili'lll plc.is for extelullui." the prlll tlpal of ileiiioeracy base not di elan d for oiiinan Mift race. She scummI tim 1'ren went and ni Scen t. it y ot State on the Kiniinil that lie'Ii In-lleve too often tint tliej -..mil ill tin- ivl.-itlou of Hex Kiiar ihii i".liip rather than xe; iiimm-unlMii w'n.i tln- .ilinw no interest In woman Kurtraci Ml Shaw tuld the cnlillillttee that file w - tii'i ili' in.il ner the Mtatement that t.n rfiMiimn nf ;4,U'ii).'0n feminine ot- II- l.i '.lie 1 lei-tiilllle would IncreaFe the peici iitai-'e of illiteracy. (Ml "f tltii vast numher of possible voters." s.ild -he. "there urn only about ,1,(Miiiiiim ilhti rater, which im a better perrnt.iKe than tlin men can show." "T'.e .iruiiineiits aKalnsl woman uif frac are iireutnents imainst self-cnv-ernmeiit," Mrs. Helen 11. ijiirdener. "Where and Imw did men et the rluhl to pnvi vii and where did woman lose It? How did one, type of human units net the riiiht to decide that another typo ,-houlil not hae liberty or con b,.ii.ii.,.'i If it tu :i ilii'lne rlirlit. wliat particular streak of divinity has been I dlseovereil in men that Is not In ! women? "Some of our sisters who are opposed tn equal MitfraKe my that our move ment Is limited to a lot of old maid". The fact is that mn-l of us are married women and we want to help our bus- liands do the world s work tn an intelll- j Kent and thoroiiRh way. T hae Mile. patient' with tin j-hrlnklns sisterhood , opposed to woman puff niKi when they I Insist that they do not want clvlo duties i thrust upon them." ( Miss Jtonvell Hioke for the eluh-. tvomen. Mrs Kent, told of the succes of woman suffraee In California. .Mrs t.n Toilette bellewd woman Mlffrace j -.r.i, lt .It-n ,fi,,. i.t tlir, Tiiilllleiil ami I ......... -u, i ernnomtc questions, which bear such a ii elosf. relation to tne lmme. j. Senator Sh.ifrnth told of the stfecess j nf equal miff pad" In Colorado and Itep t rerentatlvn Hrvan of WashlnKton, h I T'rocresf Ive, declared that If the women ,' In tho District of Columbia could vote j ihero would bn no slcni hunt; out In Ii front of the nmiiM'ini'tit places, "For I Men Only." j Mrs. P. P Claxton. wife of the Com I tiiisslom r of Hdutatioii, spoke for the , women nf the Smith, who. shn declared, j did not seek suffrage that they jnlnht tlsht the men. but that they mlKhf work ! hand In hand with the other sex to i aciompllih retorjiis. Clifford Pluchot declared that inn way j, to make Rood cili.eris of children was jj to make uood iitl.ens of mothers. ! "Worn in suffrauo Is eomim,'." said Mr. (I Pun hut. ".itid It is only a MUestlon nf ; line I lirlnu mv lesumouy in fnvur of i woioiin .ull'r.ie an the hi st way of sur- 1 o'liidliii-- i hildhuoil with Rood Influences and I speilv us it cnni-ervatlonlht who lieln es in oiiM rvniK the children." II is l.elliAeil that the lommltteo will ii poll tavoraiily on tho resolution for ciinsijtiitliiu l ariiendiiicut. i ARREST ORDER FOR AVRIL, lli-Ki-il 1 lint lie Neeretrd Wife, Mnr rlfd AkiiIii, nml In A limit In Klrr. Supreme Court .lustUo Lehman slciied mi order of nrrist xeitenl.iy for Jacob Avrll. ow m r of H htrtiiK of liakeiies anil leitaumntM in Ha ltiilne, mi h,i ground that In, Is about to flin the State to avoid pajment of nliniony p i, Milt for divorce brought in behalf of his wife, Mis. Jo fephlne K Avnl, who Iiuh been In the -Manhattan Slate Asylum nlnee inn; The Milt !; bioiicht by AvrIVs wife's liter, Mrs Tnnii Koxlocher, and the complaint allcm. that a few months after rll put hid wife in tin tis.ihim he unir Wtr KKalli Hini I mil sinet kept Inn first Wife neotneil In the asylum and has eon. led tho fact from her relatives, who found hr by accident two months a& An Umiiuismiai Sale off Cooiimeiniceinmeiniit, Cflass-day amid OradoatSom Dresses for Misses aod OnrDs offering a selection of new styles, including Paris Dresses, at the following special prices: Lace and Batiste Misses' Fine Lace Dresses, ribbon trimmed Misses' Embroidered Net'and Crepe Dresses Girls' Lingerie Dresses, ribbon trimmed- . Girls' Dresses in one- and two-piece styles . ; Dresses of at $15.50 at 22.00 at 25.00 at 3.00 at 4.75 at 7.00 les 8.50 Menu's and Women's Linen Handkerchiefs at unusual concessions from regular prices. Initialed Linen Handkerchiefs For Women, per doz. $3.25 & 2.00 For Men, per doz. $fl.85 & 2.00 Hemstitched Linen Handkerchiefs For Women per doz. $5.25 & 11.50 For Men per doz. $1.95, 2.85 & 3.75 Also Women's Armenian Lace-trimmed Linen Handkerchiefs, each . . ' 32c Women's Hand-embroidered Linen Handkerchiefs each . 50c, 95c. & $3.50 A Special Offering of Imported Oowns wiflllbemade, comprising Paris-made Gowns for Afternoon and Evening dress ... at $45.00 75.0'-J Dressmaking Department, Third Floor. Women's Dancing Dresses made of Crepe de Chine with lace bodice, in styles particularly adapted for the new modes of dancing, will be made to order in workrooms on the premises at $55. New nmodcDs amid materials are shown on the Seventh FJoor. THIRTY-FIFTH STREET ELEVATORS. An Important Sale off Wbmen's Tailor-made Suits in entirely new models, made of Eponge, Wool Poplin, Silk Poplin and Wool! Serge. These Suits, the regular prices of which are $38.00 to $80.00, will be offered at $25.00, $35.00 & $42. Women's Shoes, in a special selection, will offer excellent values at the following prices: Women's Pumps and Colonial Ties, regular price $5.00 per pair at $3.50 Women's English Tongue Pumps, hand-sewed, regular price 37.00 per pair at $4.75 imported BUack Crepe de Chine (42 inches wide) of choice quality, heretofore sold at $3.50 per yard, at $1.90 in this offering are a number of designs especially adapted to the younger set. Riding Habits to Order will make to order, in their own work rooms, Women's and Misses' Riding Habits for Summer wear, of white, natural or jasper Linen, Khaki or black-and-white Shepherd's Check Linen, the regular price of which is $45.00, at $25.00 Materials and workmanship of superior qu&Uty. Models and materials shown on the Third Floor. 250 Brocaded Linen Robes (partly made) consisting of Coatee and Skirt of white and colored Linen, brocaded in exclusive designs in eponge, will be placed on Special Sale in the Lace Department .... at $12.00 & Altmatt & (Exl IB. Altmatt & (Ha. NegUgees and House Gowns representing the most advanced ideas of IPariEian and American designers, are shown in all the fashionable fabrics for the current and ensuing seasons. The selection includes both elaborate and simple styles, from the dainty Boudoir Gown to the practical House Frock; also a new English Smoking Suit off striking design. Women's Summer Dresses and Coat Suits made of the fashionable Linens and Cottons are ready in all the favored styles for the en suing season. Morning Frocks of Linen, Voile and Crepe, in plain colors, stripes and dainty flower designs, also of Ratine, Eponge and Qingham, combine utility with smart ness; while Beach Frocks of Japanese, Malta and Corsican Crepes, and Lingerie Dresses, hand-made and hand-embroidered, are sug gested for wear at the Summer resorts. Afternoon Dresses of embroidered Voile, Crepe, Linen, Net, Crossbar Marquisette, and Chiffon and Lace combinations; and chic Coat Suits of Diagonal Whipcord, Ramie, Moss Cloth, Linen, Hopsacking, Checked Eponge and Khaki. Washable Skirts are shown in Pique, Crash, Cotton Cheviot, Bengalone, Poplin and Linen. Women's Imported Wraps Coats in the new styles are now marked at appreci ably reduced prices. Among the imported Outer-garments included in the reductions arc Afternoon and Evening Wraps of bro caded Silks, Satins and Crepes, plain and bro caded Charmeuse, beaded and embroidered Chiffons, plain and moire Poplins, Faille, etc. Also there are American-made Wraps and Coats, quite as smartly made as the importa tions, and in sufficient variety to meet all re quirements. Tailor-built practical Coats, made of service able Cloths, an full or three-quarter lei arc ready for the motorist or traveller. The New Assortment of Summer Sillks includes recent importations of Silks, Crepe Imprime, Bulgarian Silks, the latest shades in soft Moires and Poplins, Bro caded Crepes and Bengalines, Crepe de Chine, Canton Crepe and Charmeuse. The Black Silk Departnuent is completely equipped with Black and Mourning Silks of the latest desirable qualities. Dainty Summer Blouses for Women are shown In all the smart styles and materials, for practical or formal wear. Included are Blouses of Chiffon, Lace, Net and the fashionable Silk and Cotton Crepes, intro ducing the newest features in design and trimming. Fine French Lingerie especially appropriate for Trousseaux, com prises exquisitely made Bridal Sets, Princess Slips, Jupons, Matinees, Combination Gar ments, etc., of sheer handkerchief linen, French nainsook and crepe de Chine, daintily hand-embroidered, some trimmed with real filet, Valenciennes, Irish and Cluny laces. The following are regular stock prices: Bridal Sets, at $25.00, 45.00, 95.00 to 250.00 Jupons . at 18.00, 28.00, 35.00 to 85.00 Princess Slips 19.50, 25.00, 45.00 to 95.00 Night Robes at 15.00, 25.00, 45.00 to 65.00 Chemises at 9.50, 18.50, 28.00 to 45.00 Also an extensive assortment of French Linge rie in stock at popular prices, including Night Robes at $2.50 & $3.50; Chemises at $1.25 & $1.75; Jupons at $3.25 & $5.50, and Corset Covers at $1.50 & $2.10. Initials, Monograms and Crests embroidered to order. FIFTH AVENUE Thirty-fourth and Thirty-flfth Streets NEW YORK FIFTH AVENUE Thirty-fourth and Thirty-fifth Street. NEW YORK