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TH1 IVlMIlfS WORLD, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1917.
C ADORN A9 S ARMY MAKES NEW A
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Tea caa aiabaeilbe -aw far a wees ar ear
Mcr-i or time )ou wlah V1 at wlQ
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lien Hnt ef trnfnunUatlett,
r-et1ittHy invest (ha (treat hate)
ti Tmite, Tala tml tbe rn4n
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'mtn, drive atratat at Vltnna
atrei th aptn tMunXty.
ruama attlinatM tair OfVtM IIm
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M.naJ hla Hlt 4ma at ai
ll.an AUttriaka lint. ln t)i
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Ti. xHMrrl ron)lnu rrtaMt
f ata. Vtttnttr ftHrl
twaajl) Mi ol'Vafr tmd rr lba r
CHi (hi OatMi nprtft (l ant, a Hy
tlm enM- tHth f the lrlolta '
VaJie) wttn btokn vi by r firm la-1
rittarir ami jnmiit rmiiitrir-atlarki
r umilr abftul Inu hiinrlind pilf-
"Ittiitii)' lullerlrn ,md iraapt In Uit
flaHi Vallrf, at Tsolmliin, In tlm Mat
of the flliiniMivaiifj Vitliey, in lha Vol
tilri.t lafton and on III') riaro of
ih llMi-iiindn ftp iry nffer-Hvply
l.oiiibnrilul tiy rur oM.ilora.
"On tho TrrntliKi front partlrn of
our Arum dNlrayt'u onn or tha
nemy'e ndvimced potlt near Ituona- j
... . . ,,
hlran nii.l emplcr,nini In the
Zrta ri-elon, iaat .,f l..-ih dnrda."
LIEUT, LUFBERRY DOWNS !
HIS 12TH GERMAN PLANE
AmcriMn's Own Machine Pierced
by Opponent's Fire Three
Times in Lust Baltic.
P.UtlH, Hent. . IJritt. Ilnoul l.uf-
berry, premier "aeo" of tlia Ifnyidto
Karadrllla, brought down lilt twelfth
Oernmn plane Tiiradny and would Iihvo
made lilt roro thlrteon the amuc day
If he Imdn't run out of nmmuiiltlnu.
Word from thr enmp of the Amrrlrtn
flyert to-duy liroushl tho dctullt o( tht
American bny'a levon figlita In two
dnyt, On Monday hu donned an enemy
In a atlff bruth ono of five different
flglilf. Tueaday mornlns ho encoun
tered a (lerman flyer and aucceeded
lifter a Ionic flsht In shooting tha gunner
dead. Then he ran out ot ammunition.
genet. Kdwln C. rartont (of riprlngfleld.
Mate.) cams alonit und flnlahed the
(lerman pilot, downine tho machine.
Tueaday ufternoon I.utbtrry en
countered another adreraary and
riddled It vrlth hie fire. It vraahed tu
earth. Lullu rry'a own piano was threo
tlmea plerocd by his opponent's fire.
l.leut. Lufberrr ha" been decorated
with the Legion of Ilonur, the Trench
Military Crust and the Croat of War,
nnd has boon hailed at one of tho
moat picturesque fighters In tho fu
mou lifayette Kscadrllle. He left
hit home In WalllnKford, Conn., fif
teen yeurt ago. Hat since teen nor-
vlco for two years In the United
mates Army In the Philippines and
lea a wtnaering lire wnicli took him
to India, Turkey and the lialkuns.
He learned to (ly at Sag-on. Cochin
China, aa tha pupil of Maro I'ourpe,
iv u rtncu aviator.
MRS. DE SAULLES'S MOTHER
COMING TO HELP HER
Sister and Brother of Prisoner
Reach Havana With Mrs.
HAVANA, Sept Mrt. Illiinca Ver.
Kara Urrazurli, mother of Airs, Jack de
Saultea, now n prisoner tit MlneoU, U l
accusod of the murder of har husband,
hot arrived here on her way to Ntw
With Mra. Krreiurlt are hor daugh
ter Amaiia ana her eon uulltermo, The
Utter It going to Washington, where he
will be afUohed to the Culllu Lregatlon!
BELMONT PARK WINNERS.
rillST ItACn-lir three-vear.olds!
claiming) with II.UMJ added; one mile.
UwkinAte, 112 (llutwcll), IT to 10, 3 to
b and 1 to , first; Htar Mndi, 1M (Peti)
9 to 2. 7 to 5 and 1 to 2, teoond: Lady
Moll, 105 (Trolie), Mo 1, 6 to 8 and 2
to (. third. Time, I 39 t-6. Naahvllla
and llurllniramo also ran.
BI3CONI1 IIAOB For two-ynr-oldi
tolling: punt 91,022.13 ; five furlongs
straight. Starwort, 101 (J. McTaggnrt)
12 to 1. 6 to I and S to 2, mat; Hlxteen
to One. 10S (I'ela), 8 to 1. 3 to I and 7
to 5. aerouJ. Amackassln, 108 (McAto)
6 to l. : to I and even, third. Time
I'htlurls, Hlr Oracle, Contlnct and
l..iah V. alio ran.
BELMONT PARK ENTRIES.
HKI.MONT l'AHK, N. Y Sept. 6
Th onlrli-s for to-morrow's ractt are
, I'lltfiT lUCf-rMr lanj.iroW.: cUlmlrt t
i irini.. nrtitut .'v.ki-iuIii his i,-r in
I'arMr I-IV. 10b, WlJ ThriUh, JUS; Uiw,.l,fj'
rlWJONII IUrr-The nichmondi Im thr--)eawi.d..
I.aiilenp. all fur.n; main own -
wiei. lie, Tlmrn JWrnn Imp, 1(V): Unl
W W lOJl HunHaah 2.1 linp. 110; Haul. 1U
Tinnh iiaciv- r. fim, n,fw yni-M:
at-lUnt;: mile. Itlrtt, II: Klmt luilot
I". ; "''. JIB: 107; 'IVliav.
I'orilTll iuClJTh. flr.at .SVii for thr,..
tfaroLU nt up, baixllrap: en. mile ind
furlong llolllaj, 110: Oirtaae, nr. liear.r
kill, ICO, lu.tUte. fmi, , fufl; 'h.V ,jS,
lltiM; 'a CM a, n,v '
rrrill HAOK -r maHn throe.reai !,.
'.'il "ljllli. one. mill -flUNlliartm, Imp
lltli 'l1u.a I(i7i K'eihet. 11. l-iia
rtlXTII HAt'B- iPnr lo riar.olila; rnn.lltlM.
flte and a hall furlmin, -1ij lorntlir. loo;
.llHIM..t, I, l'"l"li. nn
lotfi llaln Hmllt, Ida.
AvprenlVe illoaaare elilmti)
I MIL 10 IILUUIilLU UN
WHOLE FRENCH UNE
J irvt IJrffntfi of Germans
lrtwirald in !ald North
, PAUr f-rt . Vloltnl t!iiary
re) kJattir !' tbt WflpJa tf fba
lcl. froat waa rprtS p to day'a
i "Artwi ' rr (n tbaAamln dta
Oawrat." tha tlaltitiant !.. "arttl
lary ra a i-lL North of Uhatms
!Moh raid panaltala. tit anmy,;'
Htal Una I !(.'
"In i'hampar''t ara violent '
tMOihardna) nt n t'"lll aide, ti,n'.t
Tratteh arMtrry doiulnatliit; ami .r
vatitrHir etianir alta'ki.
"Oh Mh IwiiKa uf tha'lteuia (mi
flrri n alau hta '
II.VIK1N- Sap t "Oil tlm iil.lil f
Hpt I-.. ttrrnMti aircraft druprtxl
l.oinlia nn ll:r hiitptuli," aaya Ij
ilav'a lllolal rtiinmutilaatlDn.
"Iam'mI ti(htip( and patrol encuuic
IM o . iirir.l duilrm Ihn nUIlt nilllli
raat of tit Julltn Mild et of flour
Kilniulvn bornUtiK npnratlons con
tliiun tu bi tarrliMl out by llrltltu nlr-
...... I.lt..l 1).. riMi.imt. Iltin- nlr.iti-
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llii' I tan.-n-lwl(tuti frnt.
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. in . . . .. i it .. .i r
rianiiio in liie 'km i.. ,ii mi, nva on ine
Aii'lciii'irilH Tll. nmctlon, aeven on
the AiiiilKiiy-Hii-lliu' miimuiiltlon
(lump nnd tbn niutiuu of CamtrM,
olRhl on ih Cm nien-ii airdrome ct
of C.tmhr.il and .ilxty-onn on varlotla
IU;itt.lN (M.i Loiidnn), Sept. 0.
'Two Mroni; IJiiKllah uttucka In tho
1 proM-l'oolkapollo - .unnubrcltn urea,
broke ilnivii iiihIit lieiivy (nr," to
d.ty'n nlllcliil Htiitvmvnt riKAcrtctl.
"On Tiieit.i) wc curried nut nn air
laid (im.t Jiiniliiii an I thp Houth Mini
nnd MiirKriti'. Ini'i-mliary offccLs wt
obsirvi.'d. Onu of our tukclillies did
"In I'junco foiirloMi enemy uirinrn
nnd onu captive balloon rvote
rrench Premier Answers Wil
son's Note Alsace Outside
of Diplomatic Field.
KEIIB CirAMPENOlStl. France.
Sept. 6. "Franco Insists that Alsace
Ivorralno Is not a subjcot for diplo
matic dlBcuslons,N declared Premier
lllbot to-day, apeaklrjt; at a celebra
tion on the battlefield ot the llarno.
'Frnnce'a only claim are la the
character of reparation.
Itlbot'n Hpeaoh wan the flret oftlclal
utterance of Kninco' nofiltlon In
ri-ply to I'opo lloncdlot. It waa dellv
crcd at ii celebration, ut ouco snlemn
nnd jubilant, of tho annlvemary of
tho day when Franco'a Holdlcra of
democracy turnod back the, l'msalan
wavo a aennt twenty-five miles from
Kero Champenolso Is a little village
twenty miles from Epornay, prastl-
cally on tho -attloflold whero tha
German invading wavo was finally
bentcn back, '
inuui unon at iciisui on ins issue
of democracy versus autocracy. He
mado It clear that unless Qermany
separates hor economlo and military
ambitions Bho muat deal with
leasue of deraocratlo nations, banded
ttfgethor to light economically as well
as by force of arms,
"In tho event that Germany does
not become n, pnclllo democracy," Jm
solemnly aeuiareu. nao win Do threat.
onod oconomically by a league for
Premier Rtbot's stntoment may be
taken as France's explanation of tho
compact entered Into by tho Allies at
Paris recently for unity of action
after tho war In commerce, and which
ProHldnnt wnson rcrerreii to Indl
nctly In Ills reply to tho Pope. Th
President voiced America's dJsap
provat of any aoliub economlo
10,000 Chlneae Troops tu Tltitit I
BAN FRANCISCO, Sept. . The
Twenty-fourth Chinese Army Corps.
oomposed of 15,000 picked troops from
the northern provlneeH la beinK mobil
lied in a Ohlneso city for Immedlato
ilenat-turo to nuropo, accordlnc to a
rimn recuivou nero Dy mo uninosa
from Ut correspondent In
American Aboard Torpmloed Mil
NEWPOKT NKWH, Va.. Sept. C
Private despatches from Glasgow re
celved hero toy neither Capt. Morris
of the nrltlsh uteamer Artrnlla nor any
Amorlcana of the crew were loit, aa
previously reported when the thlp was
HUDinarinea n inw wit aai.
CHICAQO CORN MARKET.
rt(a, flpen. lltarH, 1iw Cluaa. eh'te,
ii, c;- m m m m -
John Quinn Spcakhm at Lafum-Uv Statnv
At Celebration on Manic A,
v .-.t. .
" . PMOT O
NFW YORK' IN THRFF
IU.ii IUIi,II1 lUnLL.
Mayor Welcomes Allied Guests I
Friendship of Irish and
New York cave of Its best to-day
la showing direction for France by
honoring the memory of the Marquis
d Lafayette on this tho 180th nn-
. . , ., .. , .L ,
nlvtrsary of his birth and tho third
anniversary of tho Jluttlo ot ,hc
Marno. An interesting noto of tho'
celebration was struck by John Qulini,
orator, at tho exercises beforo tho
Lafayetto statue In Union Hnuare,
when Mr, Qulnn emphasised tho his
toric friendship botwoen the Irish and
the French. He said they were light
ing1 shoulder to shoulder for llborty
Tho principal ceremony ot the day
took placo In the Aldermanlo chamber
of City Hall, whero Mayor Mltchel,
aldr. by the Lafayette Day Citizens'
Co' nlttce of which James BUllmali
was chairman, welcomed guests of
honor, Including representatives of
rancc, Uelglum, Great llritain, Italy
and Itu'ssla. Military and naval uni
forms of these countries as well as ot
tlio United States jravo color to tho
Addrcssos wore also mado by Judge
nartlett, Dr. Henry Van Dyke and
Andre Turdlou, head ot the French
War Mission in this country. Mes
sages were read from President Poln
caro of Franco, Ambassador Jus-
serand. United States Ambassador.
Bharp, Admiral Beatty of the British
Navy and Gen. Pershing, commander
ot tho United Statos forces now In
France. Dr. Join u. Flnley read a
Brooklyn celebrated ot tho Lafaretto
Memorial Tablet, unveiled In Prosnect
Park -y Aiavsnai joirro uurtng his
visit here. liorougn I'rosldent Pounds,
who presided, introduced Stcphanne
Lauxanne, editor of tho I'nrls Matin.
who said the Hearts of- I'ranco and
America arc joined now and aro des
tined never to be disunited.
The festivities will clone to-nli-ht
with a bannuet at the Waldorf-Astoria.
nt which. It Is expected, Ambassador
J usee rand will be present.
ADMITS SEIZING SAILORS.
Private Detrrttvc I'lrnfla (Julltr to
1 rami ClmruP.
Revelations regarding the detention of
United States, sailor by prlvato deteo
tlvo agencies for tho purpose of obtain
Ing rowards from, the Government were
made to-day to Assistant Dlitrlct At'
tomey unger Hy Joseph 'llsss of No.
J08 East One Hundred ntid Slxty-nlnth
street, an employee of tho Hamilton
uetectlve Agency, no. 1482 nrondway,
mass pleaded guilty In the Court of
Special Sessions to the chargo of un
lawfully arresting Kenneth O. King, i
tailor who nau overstnvi'd his Inavo.
Glass will b. sentenced next Thursday.
-nvo sauois. now urltunera in ih
Brooklyn Navy Yutd, Identified Glass
ui ine youn an in rain wno had ar
rested them and kept them under guard
at the Hamilton Directive Agenev De
tective Wittenberg nays Glass told him
nn ifvoiTni 91 nil evtirv s.(iior.
an irain n nrwera for Iteit Croat
tVAijiiiKUTUN, Sept. 6 Need for
inouaanns or workers In the lied Crote
noma berviee in aiding families of
united mates toldlers and sailors, and
an increased demand with tho rnnllo-
uanre or trie war, ims caused thr, nA
IIh and tehooltof ilhlithrevr Vr"
a,, .MU THQMPIQM
W0ULD H,VE congressmen
SHED "FULL LIGHT" ON WAR
Wih n LndorsCS I'l.iii for l'.irlv
Jinirniiient and Return of
Members to Their Districts.
WASHINGTON. Sept. Several let- j
ter. Iiave been written by rrcaldcnl
Wilton to menibcru of Consroas en- i
doralm; the view that It would bo a flue
Congress wrro to finish It
the nr-ur futuro and return tr
their illrtrlcta to ahed "full light" on
the war and Its objects.
Administration officials said to-day
I they wero hopeful Connresa might finish
Wbout Oct. 1, after passing tho Wur
Itnvcnue Hill and tho Now Credit Hill,
am Boldlora and tailors Insurance
'l'Sa Prctldent, howevpr, l not ex-
Pccted to exert any pretsuro to bring
udoui an auioiirnment.
TAMMANY PMIFPQ RAMY
lnmmAI.1 UnlCrO IIALLl
mportant Gathering Held in the
Wigwam to Put Ginger Into
the I Iylan Campaign.
Tho most Important political pow
wow which has taken placo In Tam
many Hall In many a year was held
late to-day. In reaponsn to a hurry-up
call tounded, apparently, by tho "Big
Chief himself, the Tammany braves
rallied from every district. Old-timers
who havo not been teen In the Tiger's
lair for more than a decade answered
Former Deputy Fire Commissioner
Frank Intry, who lmi been on the
"nuts' with tho organization slnco the i
McClt'llnn-Murphy break ten years ago.
took part. Congressman Peter J. Doo
ling left his official duties In Washing
ton to answer tho "S. O. 8." sent out
from the Wigwam. Not a familiar fnco
was missing as tho conclavo assembled.
There was none ot the optimism re
flected by Mr. Murphy when he. earlier
In tho week, predicted a Hylan land
slide. Tho Impression scorned general
that tho conference had been called
as a last effort to Instill a little ginger
Into apathetlo leaders.
Tammany leaders, reticent up to the
present, admitted to-day before going
Into the conference that If something
Is not dono soon to give Tammany a
real Issue another election defeat will
FEDERAL RESERVE BRANCH.
Hoard Permits Knnau City Hank to
l'lacr One In Urnvcr.
WASHINGTON, Sept. . Estrange
ment at Denver of a branch ot the
Kansas City Federal Reserve Bank
hua been opproved oy ine reoerai
Reserve Board. Organisation of the
new bank probably will be completed
within three weeks.
The Denver bank Is the seventh
branch to be authorized by the board.
The growing demand of tho Intci
mountaln Bectlon for reserve bank
facilities Is primarily the reason for
Denver's designation. Kxtenslon of
the system to includn establishment In
Ine Altuuie H.il u. onvuiai Ullior
branch banks Is under consideration,
the location of thn proposed banks
being In tho Middle Weat.
RED CROSS GIVES $300,000.
Aid From America Cau .Hare 2,000,
1100 In Wralrrn Attn.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 6 Tho Red
Cross Wnr Council has announced
that It had made a socond appropria
tion of 1300,000 for relief work in tho
Near Cast, through the American
Committee for Armenian nnd Syrian
Relief. Estimates, furnished hy the
commlttew ahow that there are more
than 3,000,000 persons in Western Asia
whose Uvea can be savod by direct
and continued help from America.
The committee since Its organisa
tion noarly two years ago has dis
tributed about 18,700,000, praotlrally
nil ot which has been raited In Amer
ica by subscription,
ON WIDE JULIAN FRONT
m - in. I. i i.a an.n. it) I
i 4 ii SS I i J i . . S S t 3l
Hoover Calls on
Army ol Women
.To Walch Prices
WASHINGTON. Sept -Food
Commissioner Herbert Hoover
struck Ills first smashing blow nt
exorbitant rctull price tliroughntit
'ho couutiv to-day. Ho enlisted
in army of housewives to watch
'ileal pilrrs In every community of
3,000 and over In tho land. They
will report to him by mull weekly.
On the basis ot these reports and
aldod by publlo opinion Mr.
Hoover will lash profiteering re
tailers to the mast and hammer
prices down tu reasonable levels.
The plan was put Into effect
through the Treasury Department
to-day. In a letter addressed to
the President of every national
bank In tho country. Comptroller
of Currency Williams asked the
appointment of a "food reporter"
from the staff of each bank, or
from among the women folk In tho
homes of tho bank oinclals.
"Hoover desires," said tho letfer.
"to find correspondents In each
placo who will Inform themselves
at thn end of each week as to tho
prices being charged by retail
grocers and food dealers for the
thirty articles named."
This plan Is announced on the
heels of a report by Oov. Edgo of
Now Jersey, following a Htate-wldo
Investigation, stating that retail
dealers handling New Jersoy prod
ucts In New York City havo made
from 0 to 900 per cent, profit,
whereas tho producer and middle
man got a very small margin.
GIRLS MISSING FROM BOAT.
Slay He Held aa Prlaonera on Hoard
Fort Lee pollco are Investigating
to d. : V.. .,.-ieriuu ui. appearance
of two glrlt who late yesterday went
out In a rowboat and did not re
appear after-passing behind a moored
freighter. Tho Incident was reported
by Capt. Stowe, of the Undercllff Mo
tor Boat Company, at Kdgewater.
One theory Is that the girls may be
held prisoner on the freighter.
12 NEW TYPHOID CASES.
Staten Inland llpldemlo Attributed
to Milk From New Jeraey.
Dr. Charles F. Bolduan of the Bureau
of Publlo Health Education ot the Do
partment of Hoalth. s.ild to-day that
In the last forty-olght hours twelve
new cases of typhoid havo bean re
ported In West New Brighton. Staten
Island.Slnce Aug. 2?. thirty-seven casea
hnvM liAn ronnrted.
"It haa assumed the proportions of
an epidemic," Dr. Hoiuuan nam to-day
"and we aro making strict examination
Into tho cttiiso of It. Ve beliavo the
nMn.Min i. ,inn in milk from New Jer
sey which Is told on Staten Island. Our
investigation shows that persona wlio
ha-- iUn bread and Ice cream made
rm,n it,. n.niTteri milk have been at-
tackml by the dlseaso. Wo are working
. . . u. It ' '
uaru 10 wnmofc
Gtrla Take Men'a Placet In nnlt
roail Pnrlor Cnre.
CLEVELAND, Sept. 6. Girls, getting
tho same pay at the men whoso places
thev took, are talcing caro or tno wneei-
i. .i i .ii. TSrln'a narlor cart. Thev
are employed os chefs, waltrctsee and
parlor maias nu. i"""1"
-, All -Xoat and found" artleltj,
'advertised In Tha World or reported
to "Lott and Found Bureau." rtoom
108 World Dulldlnt. will ba listed
for thirty dayo These llata can ba
i.tn at any of Tn. World'- Offices.
"Lost and Found" advertisement
can he left at any of The World's
Advertising Agencies, or can be
tel.phonad dlreotlr to Tht World.
i Call 4000 Tleekman. New Tork. af
Urooklrn Offlot, 4100 Main,
BRITONS PAY LESS
FOR BREAD THOUGH
USING (J. S. WHEAT
Pikcv Kept iKwn by C.ovcni-
men! Silfdy ,uni AW lo
Haker', flaw i.cul Rhoiuhia.
1lKtXiN hH SvAllhaNlfli e
jtettdrsit upOTi lte ThMisJ HUlot fat
xhaat. the H4a af Ithcland an
,t-)1"f lfe for taielr brrad anal fVatir
'han art Americana.
OovarnrHenl Vitdy and teerai.
t rr aid. an hak'ta rati anakr a rra
nr,aVa preifll. r tha PistUnalMHi
dli'1 h lrd ItlmrMMa. I'ood iVm-
' f ' ler of the 1nplie. t-da.
I'min Hpt I? KnrUnd ripeela to
i-pnd l!00.00(J.or) Annually tn kr-p
Jreaj and flour prlrea reaannahlr
I in- llrllltli ierrrnment baa cn-
.Kdled -be ent.A, Inir-rte.l
tr.ide alms Ut Oelober." Ird I
Ithondda at Id. "and elnce that time
nil anld It limctllMllv at inal. rnn.
rmnitlnn the tirlre h veraL-a.l over
purchaeca durlnr the liutt eleven ;
ii, t.,,,.,-,. . mt if, ,n .oiiniiiorii oiy
lower than the present market price,
"Apart from tlm normal pence. time
dilferenee In prices between Hnglnml
and Amiuira, this probably explain
wny u is inni nreaa ana riour ru
uold nero nt loner prices than In tho
"I understand wheat hnS not yet
been purchased on ths American Gov
ernment' account, tbcreforn Ameri
can bread Is doubtless selling at a
pi ire corresponding with thn presont
wheat quotations. When tha British
Wheat Commlslorr commenced opera
tions this price was tl.li n bushel.
To-day It Is I2..0.
"This State aid takes tho form of a
subsidy. As a result, wo will supply
our mlllera at a price enabling them
to nrovldo tho baker after Sent, it11"0 nouse. .omanuea inai greet war
with flour from which a four-pound 1 vroMa bo heavily taxed. Hla declar
loaf can be mado and told over th i ntlon tni,t "so rer c"t- - '
counter for a maximum price of IS
cents and tho baker will atlll make
a rcasonablo profit." I
16-OUNCE LOAF AT 4 GENTS,
PLAN OF U.S. FOOD EXPERTS1
Department of Agriculture to Help
Housewives to Cut the Cost'
WASHINGTON. Sept. 6. Tho Ameri
, "an housewife la going to battle the
' baker for a flvo-cent loaf. The Gov
rnmcnt will help her.
i Ilecaute a home-baked Id-ounce loaf
an be made for four cents, whereas th
baker oharges 10 cents, Government
specialists here plan a system of street
markuta where home-baked bread may
be sold, It was stated to-day.
The Agriculture Department will
leach home baking methode In every
part of. the country. With wheat at
$2.-0 and flour at til a barrel, 13 ctvn be
saved by buying tho wheat and grind
ing It at home, This would mako pos
sible a 16-ounoe loaf at a production
com oi omy lour cents, Department ex
l.aualng Ilrglna Fnrmnl Conferences
vtitn Jnpnnrae .illation.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 6. Formal con
forences with the Japanese mission be
Ban to-day when Secretary Lansing
received Viscount Ishll. head of the
mission. Neither tho Japanese nor the
Secretary of State has Indicated the
nxaci cnnracier oi me euojects tliat will
G ML m,wwvM
Our Week-End Combination Package
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,
OU might spend an hour making up an assortment of awcatt
for your week-end trip and not have a more pleasing and
diversified collection of goodies than we have assembled
for you in this big WEEK END COMBINATION No. 20
which goes on tal- Friday and Saturday only, Tha fat'
dividual packages are placed in a large, strong cardboard
container, neatly wrapped ana neu, wun handle attached,
Tha contanti are at fotlowti
1 I.b. llox Mint fieitetUs, 1 r.b. Tax Smooth Almonds. H aT-ot-
f.b. lloi Milk Chocolate Cberrlea. U Ll, ll'i AmrrlcruT UUal
Killed (Wertlnna mid t Parknce of Honlhem Peanut ttVaiafl.
t'rtap. l'lUL'K 01r 1MCKA01! :oMTI.KTK AH IIKSCUIIIKU v "
Special for To-Morrow,
Fltl'IT AND Nirr TOl" IJON HO.NK
rtnire. nicii la ireuiru nasi, a patii
lonnrii on u portion oi luaclo
Extra Special for Friday and
M1XH CIK;COIvrK cOVKKKD NoCOATINKH Tlirae are hit. toothaa
vm,m w. .uu, fivurj. .iDui.ii .tuTiuutii .iimi.iru mill tuiODlien
tu.a .. ,i,.,iuiicii i i roTrrinaa qi our
tutwt w imuw caooiiar.Aaani.a..
CHK.iMEO nilA7.il, NUTS -Intro-duelnt
una of our neweat and taatlest
noielly ronfectlona, preaentlng the
cholrtot Ilrnsll Note la their fullest
perfection, each smothered In a eloalt
of our uneieelled, rleh, vel- M M
vetr Fondant Cream. AAl
I'otiNO nox HkHk
M BARCLAY STREET
CSom. SO P. M. 1 Fat. 10 P. u.
28 CORTLANDT STREET
CloaM 11 P. ii, THUy,
PARK ROW A NASSAU 8T
Ckana 12 l. M. Ixllr,
40O DROOME STREET
Ck-ee I P. M ! flat, in i tf.
it EAST 23D STREET
Ctnaa 10 P. Ii. 11.11, .
472 FULTON ST.. B'KLYN
UHM ii.ov a at, rat
Ckii'tJ"1-11 r. . "'-- U.sn P, U.i Bat. i9 Lf
1s BRbADWAY, Brooklyn. Clottt 11.30 P. M, bally .,
The tttoUlel wtlglit laoJudM Jha jBta,a,lasr.
FINAL INCOME TAX
VOTE IN SENATE SET
l';i4irt liut Hill hi House
h To-MtlH Nnw Df.
clur&l AKire J
rnaMertt .,f th. Ii
tlat) tH tht? Vai Itai.noe lllll bffttj
ta 4a fttalnt? a4rida'a rout (
the farre advarating ttlgher Ittlft on
sr ritati hrnrita am f their pro
liMkala wr -alr-it th viiati voting
TI t 1 I lakilt) llir I lali. Com
mlllaaa rottipr..itila irvialona for
Mai levy of II fe W.ffni ar, Inerttie
of U ... -vr lite prtMQt
Detiata nn the mrtim tax section
ond In Aa under an agreement
fur a final otr lu.rtiorrcMV
t ...I.,. k-.-t. !...- . . - .!.
x nmMr XXtaU,
win. .l-,..,l h. afrol.1 If thai
wure done il would cn atn dlasltlsfio-
tlon nmonc the pvpple
fannlor Hmooi ill flared the bill
rronM reeult tu rniiim; 3j U.lOllii per
I mnl nf thle t'aar'a firtllnl vTC-nitt
hy taxation He alto urgued
that the lax propoillon Is much Inn
er than that of the following belUger
ents: Knglmd. : per cent ; France,
14' per cent.: Germany, 14H per
cent . nnd Canada, 8 per cent.
Adoption of Senator I FolletteV
amendment for rearrangement of tha
graduated scales so as to levy a
heavier tax on Incomes was urged
by Senator Norrlt. tw that consume-'
tlon t.ixe.t could bo avoided an lonif
Before It should be necessary to)
placo taxrn on necessities every dol
lar of taxable incomes and war proflta
should he conscripted, fienatcrr Nor.is
Speaker Clark, taking tho floor in
profits Is not too much to take,"
.-.roused such a demonstration than
Clark was forced to stop speaking.
Speaker Clark warned the Houia
against financing thn war too largely
by bond issues.
"I favor a fifty-fifty proposition, u
between toxos and bonds or something
(mear that, for financing tho war. excltlf
of foreign loans." he dexed
a ,,u , , wuuu nu illl wa 7lia
was again under debato to-day la th
House with a continuance ot uepubll
can attacks on certain features ot tha
measure. i ncir opposition to the pro
vision delegating wide authority to
tho Secretary of the Treasury In
making loans to the Allies, prevented
final action on the bill yesterday.' Its)
passage witnout material amendment
by to-night seemed assured, however,
11 HAD T. on Sept. B, at bar real.esei,
880 Wythe av Brooklyn. JVIAK
imXDT. beloved mothtr of AgaMltUty.
Funeral Friday. Kequltrn mata, tVICI
A. M, Intarmtnt Mount Carmat.
If ANNA. J ErFEItGON -J3rKtUr4
Services tha Funeral Churea (Oastpa
bell'e), llroadiray aw- 6th at. ,
HCHAKlKlt. ritlLIP HCHAnyKIl.
Aervlcea at tha funeral Church (Oatavr
tielt'a),' Ilroadway and Sth at.
v HELP VAANTED MALE.
Om 1KV ll) wanted. brlBit omarburilr
far aavancrmenti fcrtnt rour rafarancea. 2bbIj
nonm 1121. VnUrwooi it Undo )od. O-aat.
400 Mb at.
SERTEMBER 7TH AND 8TH
Friday, September 7th
This dalntv haa
daintv has a ereamr CheeaUte
ll IW.I1 lll.ll i un,.h ,
Fruit or liwty Nut aa n llniabing I tf
I'OtlMl mix -a.JLr
Saturday. September 7th and fllh
i.mvu. i rpinium .llK vll
rolleetlon, whleh comprt.es Almond,
l'ecane. Ftlberta. WalnuU. Bratil
lata of anc,.;,,1,Hf n,k IJTgg
11 EAST 42D STREET
Clow 1J 1- Mr ballr
WEST 12TH STrtBET
Clm 11.30 P. M ga? 12 f j
a WEST S4Trt 8TRBET
t'loae. T p. M .) Sat. 10 P M
14TH ST. ' 3D AVE.
Cloe- II p, U rjallT
157 MARKET' bt ,.