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EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1917.
Women Do a War Service
By Giving Plattsburg Boys
Real Home-Made Canteen
Things Not Usually Found in
the Commissary, Are
Marguerite Mooers Marshall.
Doughnuta and pies and cake and
dancing ara to bo nrovlded bv tho
National Loaguo for Woman's Service
for New York boys
who have gone to
riattsburg to learn
how to bo officers.
Tha league Is
oponlnr; a recrea
tional cantcon, co
oporatlng with no-
land llnync.. tho
tho Rational Com
mission for Hc-cre
atlon and Welfare Work In tho mill
tary camps. Tho boys will bo pro
vided with tlie homy delicacies of
which. Uncle Sam's commissariat
takes no thought. There will bo
rooms for reading and games In tho
canteen besides tho lunchroom. And
there will be a ballroom, where, under
conventional auspices, nlco girls can
dance with tho student soldiers,
"We are going to glvo tho men n
llttlo better faro than the military
camp has to offer and somo health-
ful recreation," Mrs. llcrbort C. Hal- .
comb Chairman of the League's
Social and Welfare Department, ex
plained to-day. "All tho cooking will I
bo dono voluntarily by tno women
and they will glvo certain hours of I
their day for scrvlco at tho canteen.
This Is work which women can do
and wo aro very glad to nave boon
askod by the Government through
Mr. llaynes to help."
Tho stigma of charity will not rest
upon tho canteon, for the women will
chnrgo the soldiers Just enough to
cover the cost of the food. Working
with Mrs. Ilnlcoml) aro Miss Gortruiln
Itoblufton-Smttb, State Cnuirninn of
tho lenguo and Mrs. Frank Smith,
tho i'luttaburir Chairman. Mrs.
SiMth Is organizing tho wnmon for
"i vrfluntoer cooking and other service.
Ninety school teachers of thu llronx
xertlon of tho Allied Hcllcf Division
of tho Icnguo sowed for thrco hours
last night at tho headquarters of the
American Fund for tha Frcncn
Wounded. No. 122 Madison Avcnuo.
The toacliers havo bcon organized by
Miss Kthel Sheridan of P. H. No. 45
and Mrs. Doris Smith.
U. S. NOW IN SALE
OF LIBERTY BONOS
McAdoo Seeks Their Help and
Names Committee to
WASHINGTON, May IS. The
women of America are to get a chance
to aid In the sale of Government war
bonds through a Woman's Liberty
Loan Committee, announced by Sco
retary McAdoo as follows:
Mrs. W. G. McAdcto and Mrs. An
tolnctto Funic, Mrs. Gcorco llass and
Mrs. J. O. Miller of Pittsburgh. Mrs.
Guilford Dudley of Nashville, Mrs.
Georgo T. Guernsey of Indepen
dence, Kan., and Mrs. Frank S. Hlg
glnson of Hoston.
Comprehensive plans are now be
ing worked out to extend the work of
i tho committee Into all of tho States
and to uso ovcry means at Its disposal
to creato Interest In the bond Issue.
Secretary McAdoo made thLs ap
peal to the women of America to
day: "There nan been no crisis In tho
history of mankind when women havo
not responded to tho supreme test of
icrvloe. As a Nation of men aul
women wo have been askod to give
our sons to a war that can only end
In poaco to mankind. They aro oven
now moving from their homes to en
ter tho service of the world.
"I am asking the loyal women of
America to aid their country by giv
ing at onco a scrvlco of paramount
value to tho Uovernment, to our boi
dlcrs, to tho vast army serving In In
dustries, business, in tho homo and
on the soli.
"I ask that they glvo to the limit
of their means by buying Liuertj
"Never tasted anything
so good in my life as
TMlnTf il l rill
RS f.. vnl I
A Nutritious Diet fo All Ages.
Keep Horllclc'a Alwdf-3 on Hand
Quick Lunch; Home or Office.
Mrs. Kellogg Flrbanlt of Chicago,
Mrs. Carrlo Chapman Catt nml Mrs. I bonds, that money, which Is a funda'
Frank A. Vandcrllp of New York, I mental need In war, shall bo at hand.
I ask them to give to the limit of
tholr tlmo that tho Liberty bonds
may meet an onrly sale I ak that
thev bear In mind that this la a Mr-
vice of patriotism aa honorable and
ai useful ai that In any department
of tha great army of Amerloana
ttandlnn for liberty and humanity
Gov. Jlnrdlngof tho Federal licscrve
Hoard will accompany Mr. McAdoo
on his tour of tho uoninu vesi
In tho Interest of the loan, men
Doctor Tells How to
Your Eyesight at Home
0 n wrV
tlm In nunj
1 n ttnrft
Hum fofluintr.n. if bin. Itrfitnf. twnt
llrt, itkitu ! wiifr; . S"t
ri.iif.lr. At.. f"j hrml. formul o '
rnckii". s Ic-'lof-i nniinwnnt to
irenr In tiu riT, llon Onto pit tlpllon (IUI
bi Llrertt' llinw Hcmn. Kllh and otbtr
Ono group of women patriots has
made good, In tho pInlon of tlvo
nghtlng and voting sex. Tho thirty
two girl farmers of Service School
No. 6 of the Navy T.aigtio aro nc
coptcd as "rogulor fellows" by the
boys who nlso aro studying farming
In tho Now York Statu Agricultural
School of Farmlngduli', L. I.
Tho girls Hpaded without a mur
mur tho two big louds of pungent
fertilizer thoughtfully reserved for
them by tho men students. Tho girls
neither wept nor raged when they
found they had been sot to milking
cows that hud lllb'd milk palls half
un hour earlier. The girls took other
forum of agricultural hazing without
temper or tears. Finally, Miss Teggy
H pi ll.in p. one girl farmer, sat up all
night to watch over 100 Incubator
clicks. And Miss Lillian Lango. ro
d lvlng a birthday box of goodies,
shared them with her masculino ns
well with her fomlnlno clasamntes.
Th.it quenched tholr last breath of
scorn for tho "co-eds."
"Wo weren't strong for them nt
first," declared Lionel Fisher, a leader
nmong the men ntudonts, "for we'vo
been working hero a ywir and the
mni'ln fiiAn nml nnn'.n.intrR npVPPllls-
covered us. Hut tho girls havo proved
thcy'ro ready to work. They're, rcgu- &
lar farmers, regular fellows thcy'ro
To caro for tho wives and famllten
of tho Naval Hrservo and tho naval
recruits, tho Mllltla of Mercy, No. I
West Forty-ninth Street, will start
branch organizations In every impor
tant town In the State. From thf city
lu'.idquartcis automobile units of vol
unteer women workers go out dally
to visit the families left behind by
Tn lo Snm'a Hint lino of defenso and
bring th-:n suclr help as they need.
Th'' Ml'ltla of Mercy has been npe
cialh designated for this work In tho
el'v and Stato by Secretary lXinluls.
a d is co-operating with Mrs William
tlrant llrown, State Chairman for tho
Women's Committee of tho Council of
Sl'.Karnt S i:-Hiirnt
Oold Cnmn . Ilrtilcr Work
.Mr f imvnirnt ph'n 1"' Intcrct jroii
I i ir
ivntrnt plnn nmr li
215 W. 4M SI.. N Jt
10 lt0nmirfCf Cd re
0nt 0 to 7. Clo-fil himcliif, j
Katherlne lyndall Direr has given
tho Stage Women's War Hcllcf a
check for $525. lly special pormts
ion, MIps Lucy Weston la selling
tlckots on tho floor of tho Cotton Lx-c-luinco
for tho llarrlo plays at tho
' ...Ill l, ..I. mm In U n Uff-.t
(FUII1 llltll lll Ll H,?. w.uv
Woincn'B War Itellef.
36 EAST 14TH ST.
Women's Spring Suits
At an Almost Unbeliev
ably Low Price
Made to Be
Retailed Up to
Upset Trade Conditions and
Continued 'Cool Weather
Has Caused an Upheaval
Manufacturers are excited. From ninny Parti of the country have conic cancellations.
To immediately dispose of these cancelled lots several muntifni'tiircrs made the most sweep-
Kl Jiik and nstonishinir sacrifices.
The price nsltril is
A sale nbouiullng in extraordinary opportunities lor the thrifty.
lower tlinn the cost of the muterials used in thu ninking of these suits.
Choose from suits in
Poiret Twills Gabardines
Worsted Checks Mannish Serges
All Sizes from 14 to I I.
All Spring Shades.
Sale Starts at 9 o'Clock Thursday Morning
1 J. L. POST, 36 East 14th St.
UjVi (icturj la
Um rrlot t rtxt
COO 3D AE..
PhoM S630 lutJ UUI,
I lleJl Tclrplionc Comiinny Tnkri IfO,
I ono.ooo or Ilnnili.
PirrLADI-UiintlA, May 16. Cora
panluj of the Dell Telophono system
havo subscribed for J5.W0.O0O worth of
Liberty Loan bonds, It was announced
at the oflleos of tha company here today.
Ho Kitra Clmrco for It.
XdvrrtV'luiiou tux lh V r 1 iim b left tt
A Amrlan IasjkX Mg (U t olu lu Um ilij
ItUl 9 V. M.
Kl,00n,non Siitirrllirit tir 1 I'ltta
liursli strrl t'liiuiiniij".
ITTTSUUKOH, May 10. A sub
tcrlptlon of M.000,000 to the Liberty
Loan by tho Pittsburgh Steel Com
pany was aiinouuced hero to-day.
Managers of tho llomewood Com
eteiy havo voted to Invest $100,000 in
tho v ar bonds.
franklin Sutton & Ge
A Store of Individual Shops
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Sts.
WILL CLOSE OUT THURSDAY
Misses' Sport Suits
Of Wool Jersey
In ten desirable colora
Smart belted Coat with long rever sailor collar, oport pock
eti; gathered top skirt with detachable belt and pockets.
Sizes 14 to 20 years.
Reduced to 15.00
These Suits are taken from regular stock
and not bought for sale purposes
On Sale Misses' Suit Shop- Second Floor
es IMreery & ft
THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Special Three-Day Sale
For Tall, Slender Mien
(Sizes 1)5 to 42)
Pronounced Savings on
Distinctive Suits for Tall Men
Fabrics include plain Mine unfiniHlird Worsteds; in bold
and conserviilivo patients- llio kind that do not
accentuate Hlendenic.su. Selected for ricrvice.
Models Individual and exclusive Hlyles, embodying new
Tailoring Superior workmanship and finish: beaut iful
trimmings; excellent linings; quarter - 1 1 !c or Alpaca ,
lined or full lined,
f: 1 ':;.
Sizes 35 h 42. '"Luu" mAy).
ALL CARS TRANSFER TO p
59th to 60th Street Lex.to3dAv.
A Sale of
All This Week
Many special values In leather
necessities for men and women.
A special purchase of over 3,000 shirts in this season's most desirable
patterns and fast colorings. The majority bear the Bloomingdalc label
our guarantee for satisfaction. The balance represents several other well
known brands. French or starched cuff modefs, neckband, attached collar
or sports styles. Among the materials are
Jap Cotton Crepe
Printed Madras Woven Madras
Satin Stripe Madras Pongees
Domestic Cotton Crepe
Dousateen Jacquard Percale
in plain colors, candy stripes, novelty stripes and. figured patterns. Included
at 99c arc white madras shirts with self stripes, plain white dousateens, woven
madras or poplins.
Sizes range from 13lA to 18 inch neckband
Only 3 More Days of Our
Your choice of n three
piece suit in single- or
style, plain or fancy,
fashioned of blue serge,
fancy worsted or
Good assortment or
this season's colorings
Sizes over 46 Cheat
Measure, $2.00 Extra.
May White Sale of
Linens & Domestics
Although wholesale prices ure
high, we offer dependable mer
chandise nt very special prices.
Inclusive ore tnble nml decora
tive linens, sheets, cases and
New Treasure Machines
$18.75 TwoJWodels $23.75
Th( New Trensure hns pnined its nonu-
larity through its ability to accomplish the
same work that is expected of higher priced
At $18.75 we offer a four-drawer drop
head model, in golden oak case neatly fin
ished, and complete set of attachments.
At $23.75 a four-drawer automatic
drop-head model, with full set of attach
meats. Fully guaranteed.
$1 a Week
VVc carry in stock needles, oils, belts nnd supplies for ull machines.
May White Sale of
Is Now in Progress
Splendid vulues in seasonable,
snow-white merchandise, including
infants' Wear .Waists
Night downs Chemises
Large stocks have been prepared
for this sale, end new styles are con
stantly being added to take the
place of garments that nre disposed
of daily, thereby presenting pt all
times n tremendous assortment.
You must come to the store to
share the bargains. Ifyouareuii
able to do so, scud us name and ad
dress for our White Sole Booklet.
tfe cond Moor
In the Green houses-on -Roof
Aitarlrd Roue liuthti, 10c
Fruit Treet, I'ach, 29c
Included ure npplc, prnr, pencil
and plum trees.
Flowering Shrub, 39c
Liluc, forsythlu, deulzia, liy
drnngcu, utiRclia, nlmond spireu,
red doguood, kcrrln, Kohc of
Sharon, bridal vrrHlh, strawberry
bush, honeysuckle, jnpnn quince,
tnowball, mock oihukp.
Combination of 4
Fruit Trcet, 69c
One ench of apple, pear, plum
S Flowering Shrubt, 89c
One each of liydrnngeii, for-
sythla, lilac, bridal wreath,
Combination (or $1.00
12 hardy ioc bushes, in the
following uswrtments: 2 Ward,
2 yellow, 2 bride white, 2 pink, 2
white Killnrncy and 2 sunburst
Vegetable or Flower Seeds,
Package, 3c and 5c
Country Gentleman Com, Gol
den bantam Corn, Lima Henna,
liush btring Heans, Hcfiigee
Stringtess Uush Urans, and Pens
in teveral varieties, pint, -lUc.
l.awn Gran Seed, Qt., lie
California Privet, Each, 3c;
100, $2.15: llarberry, 19c
Prepaid Mini Ordcri
Auction Sale Every Day
A ipecud feature m our Green
houses on the Koof is the sale of
bulbs, shrubs, flowering plants
(Hid trees nt auction by a licenced
auctioneer. Select any merchan
dise you desire and it wilt be sold
to the highest bidder. Sale be
gins lit 2.J0.
Plant at 10c
Tuberous, begonias, hardy red
amnryllis, grouing in extra targe
I'ansies and bachelor buttons,
large basket, 20c.
Gcumiuui8, variegated funkius
and other bedding plants, each, 8c
Tomato plants, n full box for
$1.00. Other vegetable plants
growing in baskets, such as toma
toes, cabbage nnd lettuce, basket,
29c and i'Jc.
Cut Flowers - Main Floor
Roses and Carnations, Each, Jc
Floral Designs, $1.00 and up
died None C. O. D.
I ractical, serviceable sweaters,
offering excellent reason for owning
nie nt this moderate price.
Shetland Coat Sweater, with or
without kash. Sailor collar worn
low or buttons up to neck.
Colors are pink, light blue, white
or corn, Vt.'JB.
Similar Sweater in V-neck effect,
t.'ui n 7 loo r
I ( .'ooni'MKifilM"
At Low Rates
Modern dry-cold air storuge
vaults on the premises, kept at
uuilurm temperature. Insured
aauut loss by fire or theft.
.1 ( JJ'0'iiiy(flej'
Blankets Cleaned &
Freshness, 75c Pair
This important work is a special
feature of our Dyeing and Cleaning
y our process In cleaning
blankets arc returned to you soft,
Unity and moth-proof.
,r do not know of another con
cern tlint does such thorough work
Blankets will be stored until
Autumn, if desired, without extra
charge. V rite or phone Haxn 5)M
for our wagon.
A Urge stock of wool bunting
f; in varan. sizes at popular
triers. Also (lag poles, brackets,
I opes, etc.
f lags nt Great Britain, France
and Italy, in vanous sues at lo.v
ALL CAHS TAT nnMTMP.nAI.Tf.R1 9-TH
TO 60TH ST .
TO 3D AVC .
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