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PLAN SIMPLE LIFE
AS WAR MEASURE
To Reduce Numbei of Courses
at Meals and Curb Waste
Fifty prominent women of this -ity
havo organized a commlttco pledged
to curb wasto nnd o.itravn Bunco In
their households nnd to help show
otliora "a moro modincd and almplo
plan of living."
Tho committee, which Includes Mrn.
O. II. l Dclmont. Mrs. Ccorco J.
Gould, Mrs. tlormann Oolrloln, Mrs,
Charles 8. Whitman. Mrs. 13. II. Gary.
Shop for Women
A Clearance Sale
of Women's and
Specially Priced nt
$18.50 & $29.50
Of smart summer wash
fabrics, made to measure.
$18.50 to $34.50
For women, made csx'
dally for Hrill Brothers.
$3.75 to $14.50
Sport Apparel for All
AT 49TH ST.
Mrs. J. D. Hagrln and Mrs. Ollrtr
Harilman will bo known as tho "first
lOfty." ttioy will cut their inld-day
mcal3 to two courses and tholr eve
ning meal to threo courses. It was
ald, and will establish a bureau for
I tho distribution of Information "as to
tho cheapest and best food for tho
Tho effect gf tho now order Is roal
zed whon It In learned that It ap
plies to entertaining as well an the
lumo circle. No matter what the
occasion, a luncheon will bo limited
to two ocurscs, and even If tho guests
number a hundred they will bo nerved
a dinner of not moro than three
Ilreakfast menus wilt remain as
heretofore, but nfter-theatro meals
coma under tho luncheon or at leant
tho dinner category. Tho only In
dulgence held out to guests Is that
neither no up nor coffca Is considered
a separate course
"We ask Ilia Individual to cat plun.
ty, buf wasto nothing," onld a mem
ber of tho committee. "Without this
Individual control wt shall hco a peril
ous nnd dllllcult situation atlso from
nn unrestricted drain on tho food
stuffs of tho country. Wo propovo to
r jo war on tho small minority who
feel they can contlnuo In tholr he. ous
wasto and extravagance."
As soon na tho permanent bureau
Is opened It Is planned to send out
literature outlining the food economy
movement, suggesting special menus.
and making a special appeal for tho
co-operation or tho wealthy.
Additional momhora of tho commlt
tco aro: Mrs. John I'urroy Mltchel,
.Mrs. Otto II, Kahn, Mrs. J. Stewart
Harney, Mrs. William E. ncnjamln,
Mrs. J. l'hillp Ucnkard, Mrs. A. J.
Drexel Blddlo Jr., Mrs. Kdward N.
tiroltung, Mrs. Wlllard Urown, Mrs.
Monos Taylor Campbell, Mrs. Dudley
Mrs. James It. Dcerlng, Mrn. Will
lam Ulsstun, Mrn. l-'cllx D. Double
Jay, Mrn. David Dows, Mrs. Anthony
J. Drvxal Jr., Mrs. Angler II. Duke,
Mrs. Stuart Duncan, Mrs. Charles
Dana Olbson, Mrs. Jay Gould, Mr. 1
Herbert M. Harrimaii, Mrs. i L. V.
Iloppln, Mrs. Lydlg Iloyt, Mrs. James
Mrs. Augustus Kountzc, Mrs. W.
Do Tanccy ICountze, Mrs. Reginald
l)e Kovcn, Mrs. Adolf Ladonburg.
.Mrs. I'Vcilcnek l.cwtssohn, Mrs. John
H. McCullougli, Mrs, Lounsberry
Perry. Mrs. AVxandor D. II. Pratt,
Mrs. James L. I'utnam,
Mrs. Oren Itoot, Mr. Preston l
Mallei white. Mrs. Herbert Hhlpman,
.Mrs. Predcrlck . V. Dalzell, Mrs. Or
mond G. Smith. Alr. T. Suffcrn
Taller, Mrs. Leonard M. Thomas, Mrs.
Charles Vun Hcnaselaer, Mrs. Alien
G. Wrllman and Miss lClslo do Wolfe,
CONFERENCE is galled
ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
representatives of National Associa
tions of Learned Boclotlcs tho vari
ous problems that will confront tho
United States after tho war.
Among tho distinguished men who
havo consented to participate In tho
discussions aro Charles K. Ituzhcs,
former President Taft, Henry Mor
gentha'.i, formor Ambassador to
Turkey; Dr. Wellington Koo, t ho
Chlncso Minister! John Ilasnctt
Moore, formerly counsellor to the
Stato Dcpartmentj Alhort Shaw, ed
itor of the Itcvlow of Itovlows; IJ.iln
brldgo Colby, tho Progressive loader:
Samuel Clompors, and Walter U
I-'lsher, formerly Secretary jt the In
terior. Anions tho subjects to bo discussed
aro: "Democratic control of diplo
matic negotiations," "Tho effect of
censorship In International rela
tions," "Tim futnro relations of the
I'nlted States with Latin America,"
"Discrimination with reference to
citizenship nnd land ownership," "Lu
bor as a factor In Inturnatloiml ad
justments," "Tho United States and
tho Kar Mint," and "Tho Democratic
Ideal, In international relations what
tho United States stands for."
l'rof. Stephen 1. DURun of tho
Collego of tho City of New York Is
the director of the conference.
All (llrl Wotkttn Star Wear OrrrulU
CHICAUO, May 16. It la made
known at tho semi-annual convention
of the National Association of Gar
ment Munufneturers which adjourned
to-day that employers aro strongly In
favor of their girl employees wearing
overalls. Ten largo factorlos have
already tuj piied their girl workers
with that artlclo of maiculluo np
pnrol. It was predicted at the meet
ing that all shop and factory em
ployees umuIiI bn wearing overalls
Within the year.
"ANTZEN ARCH SUPPORT SHOES
eon vr.s. woir.v ami iiii,hhv.n'
are built on orthopedic and modified lasti. They nlil
Nature in supplying the needed support to wealc
arches, enlarged joints and flat feet, and are made
without sacrifice of style. They bring rest nnd relief
to tired, aching feet, and restore normal conditions.
Worth your attention if you are n foot sufferer.
Alk tor cm took--"Tht Atattol fftr Olt Tot."
Ml HIIANCII NTOHK! Our onlr Mldrr.i
660 Sixth Ave., above 38th St.
Cn.tnni Hoot mnUrM Orff BO Yrarj
James McCreery & Co.
ON T11LJISDAY AND FRIDAY
MpCREERY " MASTER-MADE " FURNITURE
'rhreu-piecc Library Suite as illustrated; frames are of extra fine quality solid mahogany;
hand tooled; seats upholstered in damasU. 75.00
Overstuffed Davenports upholstered ill Tapestry; outside luieks covered in same material;
scats have full spring edge; loose cushions. 85.00
Overstuffed Arm Chair to match 45.00
Solid Mahogany Wing Chairs upholstered in Tapestry or Velour , 24.75
Fireside Wing Chairs upholstered in Tapestry 29.50
tIl t - I
.e:uiing uiiaors, Lawyers ana uip- (
tomals to Discuss After-W.ir I
Problems :u Long I5each. I
A conffivn.'C on t'.ie foreign rela- I
lions of tin I'nlti-d States will bo hold f
it thf lltiti-l Num;iu, Iing Ilcach, I,.
I., from May :'i to June 1. under the
lUNplOB.s of thi' New York Academy
'! Political Hclenno In co-operation
.vltli the American Society of Inter
national I .aw. Two hundred news
rai)ir iHlltors hovu boon Invlfd to
Uhciihm with tho delegates of tho
American Har Asioclatlon, tho Anwr.
lean Federation of Iahor, the United
States Chamber of Commcrco and
"Martha Washington" Work Tables. .10.75
"Dolly Madison" Work Tables 8.75
Solid Mahogany Tea Wagons 15.00
Solid Mahogany Nest Tables ( f tables;. .15.00
Solid .Mahogany Tip Tables 4.95
Solid Mahogany dale Leg tables with silver
Solid Mahogany Muffin Stands with scoop
Solid Mahogany l'ool Nouls -upholstered
in Tnpcslry and Damask.
BEDS, BEDDING AND CEDAR CHESTS
Cover you with Satisfaction
making union suits
is back of each Mun
Those three decades have
been years of steady pro
gress in perfecting the fabric,
tit and finish of Munsing
wear. Whether you're man, woman or
child tall, short thin or stout
you can be properly lifted in
Munsinprwear in a style and qual-
ity of fabric that will please you.
Jtrass ISed, as illustrated,
with all square tubing; bright
nr satin finish.
7 T- -w-vrsa:
I'lility llox, as illustrated,
made of solid cedar; dis
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Huaincled Iron lied, as illus
trated, with '-ineli posts;
heavy square cross rods and
linameled Bungalow Hcds all square
tubling; cane panels; While or Ivory finish.
Knamelcd Iron Cottage Hcds all sizes 6.00
Grav Hnameled llust-proof Heils with ad
justable head; including spring and mattrci...
French Upholstered llox Springs. .. .17.50
rpholslcreil lto. Spiings -hair top, tufted
or plain. 25.00
No. 1 bung Curled Hair Drawings Mat
tresses; roll edge; tJ pound weight. 40.00
Klustic Fell Mattresses roll edge. . ..12.00
SUMMER RUGS & FLOOR COVERINGS
For Town and Country Use
Enormous assortments of new novel effects in Grass Hugs, Homespun Rag Rugs
in Colonial effects, Fibre and Linen Rugs, also Japanese Rush Porch Rugs. Floor
Coverings that will blend with any surrounding.
Crex Grass Rugs
I'lain or l-igurcd
y, u ft 1.50 t.. 1.95
I x 7 ft 2.75 to 3.75
Ox o ft 3.50 to 5.75
s x 10 ft 6.00 to 8.50
li x H ft 7.75 to 10.75
Fresh and cool in appearance
;tx lift 3.00
fix lift 8.50
8 x 10 ft 12.75
i) x VI ft 14.50
Colonial Homespun Rugs
Very Attractive patterns.
;iu x (in in 1.45 to 4.50
!l x il ft 1.95 to 6.50
t x T ft 3.00 to 9.75
it x ! ft 5.75 to 17.50
sx in ft 8.75 to 24.75
x 1-i fi 9.75 to 36.00
Japanese Oval Rush Rugs
For Porch or 'I 'a lioom. Attractive and durabl .
:Sx (ifi. 4,50
(In u ft 13.50
Plain Col'or Seamless Rugs
Can be made any size desired. Stock sizes ready for immediate delivery,
James McCreery & Co.
OX TIIfKSDAY AND FRIDAY
WOMEN'S TRIMMED HATS
On Thursday and tin Haluuco of the Week.
The entire remaining stock of Imported nnd Original Models
including the season's .smartest and most exclusive stvles.
10.00 v 15.00 25.00
formerly 20.00 to 05.00
NO C. O. D.s
WOMEN'S SPRING SUITS
Reduced for Immediate Clearance
A collection of Smart Suil.s the remainder of a, special purchase of u manu- 1 A 00
faeturer'.s sample line of hiRh-grade suits, together with broken sizes nnd odd lots XO.vrVf
from regular slock in the smartest models, newest materials and most popular " formerly
colors. All sizes represented, but not every size in each model. j 24.;o to 35.00
NO C. O. D.'S. NO APPROVALS. NO ItETUUNS.
Special Offerings in
NEW CHIFFON VEILS
"The Field" "The Harem" "The Sport"
40m I fell Wm liC
-Nos. -1 now arriingcniciiL of licxngoii scroll mesh and
Chiffon 111 all colors and eonihumtioihs. Alay he worn in
two en! irely different ways- as illustrated. 1 x 1 1 yards.
"The Harem" XT- -A combination of Chiffon and Shetland scroll nieshj
( 1 x yards.
"The Sport" XT- 4 An ideal motor veil and scarf of Chiffon and Shadow
scroll mesh; all colors and combinations; 1 x 1 yards.
Unequalled Values in Cotton & Linen
WHITE WASH DRESS FABRICS
McCreery s While Irish Dress Linen; thor
oughly shrunk and practically nou-crushable;
!l(t inches wide yard 75c
White Voile- superior quality; crisp finish;
to inches wide ' yard 25c
White Cotton Cabaidine and Pique Skirl
ing in u variety of smart dcMirus; .'III inches
wide. iird 45c
.'1,000 yards Sport Slyle Skirtings; various
designs printed in the newest Sweater color
combinations on white and colored grounds.
Skirt lengths 1.00
Lining Mulls soft desirable quality; correct
weight for summer dress linings and slips; new
colors, also White or itlnck: HO inches wide.
Offering Unusual Values
Men's Pare Linen Handkerchiefs- large
size; quarter or half inch hems;
regularly JJ.O.'i to LfiO, do.. 2.85 and 3.65
Men's Linen Handkerchiefs with initial;
regularly 4.00 to 0.00, do.. 3.30 and 4.50
Youth's Linen Handkerchiefs do,. 1.50
Women's Sheer Linen Handkerchiefs;
regularly 11.00 to t..0, doz. 2.10 and 3.50
Women's Linen Handkerchiefs with hand
embroidered initial; regularly '2.7.'), doz. 1.65
Women's Pure Linen Handkerchiefs me
dium weight. doz. 1.50 1.90 and 3.10
reutilarly '2.00 to (t.00
WOMEN'S NOVELTY SILK BAGS
1.95 and 2.95
An c.vepliniiully fine collection of Hand Hagn, Draw-string Hags ami Bracelet Hags
purchased at large concession from regular prices. They are the muiic grade of Hags we
had in stock at higher prices before IliU sale. The assortment includes a large variety of
fine Silk Moire, Faille, Silk Shantung ami Sport Colored Fabrics in Hlack, White and new
est colors; sonic arc plain, other. are handsomely beaded or in Bonaz embroidery effects.
To appreciate the convenience and great value oTI
the Sunday World's Want Directory-READ IT.