Newspaper Page Text
300 FIRE ALARMS
THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1917.
IN LAST 24 HOURS
MANY OUT IN COLD
Of tti 0lfp.pac One art
KWtrir ristor Compear, sdjolnlns;.
IMrwtly ar-ross th trt from th
, nmln hulldlns; Is the Raymond
j Street I.i H. Deputy Warden William
A- Hergaa, who discovered the flrtt
m l turned tn the first alarm, quieted AT.rflNATKD UOVE of her Orman canary.
the prisoner find then turned his at- woman in ault for $500 sacrist woman neighbor.
Pats, all sees ByraouM
lem and East Side Hmptied
as Hames Menace Them.
tentlon to relieving the hundred or
more families driven to the iitreet
Kl.imr wnrklnir through to the rear
. rommunli-nted with the tenement
hulldmir at No. 140 Raymond Rtreet.
Tenements in Brooklyn Mir- iin1 Palro,m cooper and yotmg
' u. 111. I. ih. -1 . I ,.
...... MM iiuniiiK iiiw
seventeen sleeping families and or
d' ring them out.
Thraa fireman were hurt. John
lMck nf Sfllvnv f'nma Mr. S an.l
Heepondlng to nearly 00 al.irms i ' 1,1 ,:,llvrl Donlon of F.nglne
artthln the !.. ... .. . u I ' "'npiiny .-so 2in sutTend wrenched
within the lust tw. Pty-fm,r hours, the backs In falling on Ice-covered -tnlrs.
York Klrc Dtpartmeat a being ! JlremaO Michael rttocora of Truck
i hi leu into an excavation and
Injured his arm allghtly. Dick and
I 'onion were taken to the Itrooklyn
Itoaptta). Hlnrom returned to duty.
The cuuie of the fire la unknown.
The loss, not yet estimated, will be
Th iwlng froaen pipes with keroslne
soaked papera or raga brought three
ftres almost within aa many minutes
in the Itronx to-lay.
At 14th Street and Mott Avenue
Thomas Illiso tried to experiment and
Ml nre to the single-story framo
houso he occupied. The engines
doused the M.ixo before It got far.
Mrs. Anna MoPonaM attempted to
thaw her froien water plpea with a
bundle of oil soaked raga In the
basement of her home at No. !5J
Forest Avenue, with the result that
In a short tlmo nothing was standing
but thn walla of her two-storv franio I
' apt. Weinman, of F.nglne No. 4,
was responding to the alarm for thla
fire when lo saw a porter rush up
from tint cellar of Smith & Zlmmer'e
saloon, at No, Third Avomie,
with his coat blaxlnx. He, too, had
been thawing pipes with kerosene.
Six families were moved out of their
apartments above the saloon while
the (Ire was being fought.
auojecira to tne most severe test In
the history of the cltv In the foe of
record breaking cold weather.
One of the most disastrous fires of
4jhe long list came early to-day, when
100 families were driven from their
homes, which were threatened by the
flames that destroyed the big plant
of the Hewlott-Tempnny Printing
Works. Noa. 204 to 216 Wllioughby
Street, and wrecked the estahllsh-
It Saves 9V2C
III IO And
APTVO NEW TORK ao unpopular tn fhlcsgo they
have changed Fifth Avenue to Wells Rtreet.
nlltt. imi' Kl.AVfHS ere being given a tryout la
Dunbar, Pa., berauae of shortage of men due to droit.
FIRST WOMAN AL.DF7TIMAN tn New Tor Mate In
Troy, where Mrs. P. J. Kennedy haa bean appointed In
place of husband, who died Boon after election.
AMBRICAN FLAG planted In Rldgewood section of
Queens to keep phone company from erecting pole there.
THREE WOMEN SET
AEIRE IN HOMES;
TWO LIKELY TO DIE
"I MARRircn A WIDOW with eta children eight
months ago," Maryland man told his draft hoard.
"Thero nre worso things than war, and I'm ready to go
to the front"
useleao talk" Germany will "ration" Ita
PRIZE RUN with record of lit eggs a year refuaea
to lay In public at poultry enow.
FANCY SllirtTH, shoes and tlea may be barred In
clothing Btand .initiation planned to help win the war.
THREE Blng Sing Inmates, whose terms expired yeaterday, went back
and said It waa too cold outaldo and were allowed to stay another day.
Io adaanre in price for this 10 vear
atd remedy - a$cfor J4 tablcta-Sonie
told tablets now 10. for 31 tablet,
gjcured on proportionate coat per
j 'l. . . j ! wurn you DUF
t Hill, Curea Cold
10 24 hour, ft-ip
tn 1 daya Money
bark if ft falls.
At any Drag Stare
RISK and CHANCE are
eliminated when you
order wines and liquors
from the nearest Hygrade
We absolutely guarantee
finality same as Always
SuanUty same as Always
QAnd you save money,
too. Why deny yourself
this advantage? Com
pare these prices with
those you pay:
Coliomw Vinl4tg Winei
Hycala BranJ, per hot. 75c
Royal Buffet Cocuih
11 varieties, per bot. $1.35
Hygrade Drs ( Jin
per bot. (i gallon) $130
. Hygrade PrnxiuStoik, Whiskey
r pVbot. Uvon) $1.50
Old Reserve Maryland Whxsley
perbot. (J R.illon) 91-U
Kintore Scotch Whsk.ey
per bot. (I gallon) $2.15
Glenvale Scotch mend
per bot. (i gallon)
laayarti I la C1m
Special holiday price
A fine, old. dry BUttJ
Bherry from Bpain.
A heaw sweet I
Largest rctad wine anJhior
dealers m the Untud Sutel
(08WW In Greater New York
lalalae teUpara beok
l, aadraM ", '7
la your nwliu"iliu"J
WHO SENT TROOPS TO GAMP
WHERE THERE WAS WO CAMP?
Secretary Baker Trying to Fix
BlttM for Shipping Kecruits
to Raritan, N. J.
WASHINGTON. Dee. SI Bhsrp dls
eipllnlng Is In store for War Depart
ment officers who sent recruits to
Unrltan. N. J., for work at the "Karl
tan Ordnanc Depot" which does not
yet exist. Secretary Hakcr has or
tarij nn Investigation of the farce.
Th faet thst the ordnance Depart
ment did not know that the depot
hnd not heen conxtructed and that It
wtild be located at Metuchen not
Raritan Is the subject of Baker's
Men of draft age who voluntarily
anln d to be Inducted Into service were
ordered to the Iturltan Ordnance De
pot. H m liing Harltan they found no
dep. t. Tha Iturltan Mavor comniunl
. at d their plight to the Adjutant
fjeaerali who In turn communicated It
10 Wr Department, racilvlng la
tructlons to iaiue the men maal
ilikets end to quarter them In pri
vate hmnrK temporarily at Govern
1'iellinlnnry Investigation developed
the leply 1 1 "in the Ordnance Department
iliat then' was au ordnanco depot at
Iturltan. Oen. Croiler, Chief of Ord
. . without having had anything to
do directly with the cane, thought there
inut be one there.
BQUently (he Ordnance Depart
ment aJOirtllnal that ground had been
biokm tor u depot at Motuchen. and
Beeretary of w"r H"er wants to know
thin waa not iiacortalned before the
.... 11 w " piled Into Harltan.
ONLY OIL LAMP TO WARM
MOTHER AND 7 BABIES
Police of Willlamsbur? FinJ Nei
ther Fuel Nor Food In Another
Home of Three QiiKlren.
An oil lamp was four.d to be the only
heat Mra. Mnry Murray had for her
self and seven children when Police
man Boyd, hearing cries, went tn No
27S Kent Avenue. Williamsburg, erly
to-day. The children ar'i from MM to
ten years old.
Th uollrenian. carrying out f'omiiiiK
sloiier Woods's orders of yesterday, im
mediately obtalrn d enough cool ai.d
food for tho family's Immediate nr da
About the earn time Sergeant Con
In found Mrs. Anna Ilurkn and thiee
children without either fuel or food at
No. 141 North Ninth Street. Williams
burg. He got anouflfl In the neighbor
hood to laat them to-day.
PRICES OF DrTgOODS
SOARING IN GERMANY
notes in Society
Clothfnc; of One limited as
She Fixes Coffee An
other Upsets Oil Stov.
Two women were fntnlly hurned
and another woman and little girl
suffered severe injuries from acci
dents due to rtre to-day.
Mrs. sQltabagH Cutler, wtfa of F.
II". Cutler, proprietor of the Cutler
Preparatory Rchool at No. 51 Bast
1st Street, waa burned, perhaps fa
tally, this morning when her clothing
eaugtit fire from the gas rang In her
homo. No. 41 Flint (1st Street.
She had gone to the kitchen to pre
pare ooffee. tha servants having been
given a New Tear Tioll lay, when her
dress caught fire and sbs ran scream
ing out thn back door and rolled In
tba anon. Patrolman Monahan
wrapped his overcoat about her and
carried her Into the house. She waa
taken to the Flower Hospital. She
I Is slaty-seven years old.
badly burned to-dsy when sn over
heated stove set are to their spar!
nient si No. 222 Cook Street. Will
iamsburg. Joseph Fssslo, husband and father,
was trying to put out ths flames
when the child ceuglit fire In Its rib.
The mother's clothes caught when
she tried to put out those of the
child. The fire did IT.nn damage. The
child Is In Pt. I'ltherine's Hospital.
William KrtBBj forty-four, cook in
a restaurant nt No. 62 ThrOAP Ave
nue, Willi amsburg. w is badly burned
to-day when tho bot w iter bark of
thn rinm exploded, reusing a lira In
the restaurant and dolnf M0 dam
age. He Is In Hnshwlck Hospital.
esnee of the difficulty In vlng themjsnd the t arte hslanee In fsvor of e
iintariaalli ot.-.rved. . I nlted Stsies probably e-ilt be mote
Other changes st. sdilillona of minor j Ban 1 t JS SJS 0(l
haracter sre m.da fm4f ,,i , mtJM dur-
CVDnDTC DDCAIr DCPfiDn lh" ,wo despite a
CArUnlO OntftR ntlUnU. .,.,.;lf .teady urtsllment In el sut
piles to Houth Amenaan countries ta a
Hala.ee ef Troele fee I allr.1 steles rttfH to hsndlesp flermany s trada aar
Iteaehea a i ... h . 11M by ,utral stsamers. Is shown
figures Issued by the Rureau of Foreltn
ii .1 ii.imaaiu- I omtnerce.
esports we-.- . natsd to-dsy t th Canada now Is receiving the lsrsee
Depsrtment if CoRltlMrc to hsv passed Increase In fuel supplies with smsllr
the H.Mi.Soo.oeo mark In It7. a new lnrrea.es golngts Pansm and r'tiba
. Italy has received only See. 000 tons
high recom )n ,,n mnnthi ,hl, raari oompared with
Imports ra leaa than 1.oo niin,oo 1 i,ns.(M Isat year.
FIREMEN SUFFER AT BLAZE.
OH CViaapaar Warehewsa Water
Fire deatrnved a four-story warehouse
of the J. A. Zlhell Oil Company at Nos.
J7I and J75 Water Iitreet at I o clock
thla mornlns, snd a 151.000 stock of
lubricating oils was lost.
Ths firemen suffered terribly tn their
bsttls against the flames and had dif
ficulty In preventing th blase from
spreading to en eight story office build
ing nest onor. It waa nl until a water
tower got Into aetlon that the danger
How the Are started Is not known,
necause ths Inflammable materials
In the building no lire for warming
purposes had been kept over Sunday.
But when one ef the workmen went to
the basement to start tha flro he found
the place In llames.
CENSORSHIP IS RELAXED.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Van Rensaetaer
Cogswell nnnounce the engagement of
their daughter. Miss toulse Wlnslow
Cos-swell, to Ensign Thomas Robins
Jr.. U. 8. N. R.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Robins of Htamford and this
city. Miss Cogawell 1s a debutante
and a member of th Junior Laas-ue.
eaaapapera Mar New Print STaaaaa
ef Line Officers ow Akrwad.
WASHINGTON. Dec. J I - relaxation
at tha Coney Island Hospital ss ths I In severs! phssea of the voluntary can
Mra. Anna Jjoeanh, No. 14TI Ocean
Parkway. Urooklyn. Is reported dying
result of burns received this morn
ing When she knocked over an oil
Tha atove was In the llvlna; room
behind the portiere and Mrs. Loner h
stumbled over It. Patrolman Cully
Mr. and Mrs. Bdwln Sparks of saw the windows flsme-llt and rushed
'tontclalr announce the engagement In. He beat out the fl&mee and car
thelr daughter. Miss Anne Daven- l rled Mrs. J.oesch to the home of a
port s,...rk.e. to Lieut. Herbert Ber- nelfbbor. Dr. Ievlne aald the woman
gumlnl. Medloal Reserve Corps, TT. a. had Inhaled flames and that there wag
A., of flrooklyn, now on duty In i no ohanco for recovery.
France. Mrs. Marie Faiilo and her four-
year-old daughter, flertrude, were
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Tummlngs .
sorahlp observe I by Amsrlcsn news
papers sine the beginning of th war
la announced by the t'ommlttee on Pub
lic Information In revised rvgu3stlns
Krqueats thst nothing be published
tending to dlsrlone the names of line I
officers or Individual units In expedi
tlnnary forces, tending to reveal the
Identity of American merchant ahl
anl crews engaging submarine and
giving Inform. tt. on regatdlng drydockr
repair and cmtrurtlon work hav been
withdrawn entirety. It Is explained un
officially that these were withdrawn be-
Montcl&lr innmrnr. lh. r,. .
J-J HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES
Mcekers Cummlngg, to Robert P. Lane
of Westneld. Mass.
Women's and Children's Wear Are
Sold at Famine Figures During
WASHINGTON. Dec. 31 Here are
.-ioino of tho prices Germans are paying
tor dry goods theie daya: Ladles' che
mises, were tl now (16 ; cloth, pure
worsted and gubardinu was 72 cents a
yard, now !.: half wool Murrn once
3H cents a yard, now I.V7; velvets, were
11.44 a yard, now $12: sateen was in
Oentl a yard, now $; ; waah volbj, was
la nl a yaro, now es.aa.
H wlng silk win l ' cents a reel,
now rcirt.i: maciiine cotton waa t
cents a Urge reel, now 15 cental : cotton
socks tor lufaiit.i wen n cents a oosen.
n .w 11.S1 women s nooiien swounas
were lu; cents a pair, now tt.W, and
ho. 1 1 1 h i ii ad in I lo twi iilv
times their before war price.
Tho flumes arc Irom market reports
of German nrwsnapers.
XMAS DAY ON U. S. S. KANSAS
err Vnrkrra on llalllralilp Write
I enln World of KeatU Hies.
J add Si on the L'nltrd States battle
ship Kansas nre still talking sbout their
big Christmas Pay c.l, bullion. A letter
received by Ttie Evening World from
sonui of tne New York hoys aboard
ahowx that I'nilo rtnm overlooked noth
ing In making Ilia day OfM round of fes
tivities. B inta Claua visited th -hip enrly. dls
trllnitliig slft-s from tho Iteil Cross and
from relallvea and friends of the men
Th next event was tho dinner, which
included all the Yuletlde damtli.
A, elaborate musioal programms wss
giv, n under the dliectloti of llsndmaster
Kiilp. followed bi local talent vaude
v IS With CoftiailUi A W llah Of the
Itninx mv tho iiiaiio aid lohn A Far
nil of Jarsvy t-ity and Jam J WalafJ
,lf Itioi.kl ti stepping to the tunes of
IF YOUR BACK ACHES
Tha engagement la announced of
Mlflfl fArirnrAt I'.tagArv Am na.Kla. ak4fl
Mr ana Mr. Willi. n n . 1 T vea reel tired n- "warn-ealt" Are
Mr. and Mr. William R. fJrea;ory of . atr,oat ,Bl irritable? Don't ales.
Aiontciatr, to Capt, Victor N. Camp, well a alsihtT Hav a "drassad eut "
U. 8. R., stationed at Camp Dig. ear est ad faallsg whan veu sat us la ta
I taeralngr Dlssr seallaT Bilious? Bad
. taste la tbe mouth, backache. ala er
A mew years ere Inner and dance aornaa la tas Ulna and abdomea? Ba-
will be held to-night by the member. SSSHTU ?tfm,M"WlJjtt:
of the University Forum of America dlcat sraaal or stoss In the bladdsr. er
Peter Hotal Mn in i, that ts eoisonoua microooa. wnicn are
eier Hotel, No. 115 West alwass In reur are tarn, hav atUcked
r akauld uea mn n MriiAI. Ilaar-
1m Oil C'aeaulee Inimadlataiy. Tha all
walls ana nnins
Miss ltta NauoVarveer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Natiderveer of
No. Ill Oooan Avenue, Brooklyn, and
SergL Van Brunt Mchonck of th Avia
tion Corps, stationed at Dallas. Tex.,
a son of Mr. and Mra. Jesse C.
Hchenck of Brooklyn, will be married
Thursday evening In tho First Re
formed Dutch Churoh.
seeks saarU 4ml ha
or tha kldners. and IDs little aalsonoas
animal xerms. whlon era eaueina tha In
flammation are Immadlatalv attackad
and ebsaed out of vour avat.m without
Ini-onvantence er eala.
Do not dalav a mlnuta. Oe to tost
Sriixxlat and ins. o sn hla snoDlrlnx tou
with a bnx of (lOt.ll MBIIAI. Hanrlem
Oil Oaosulra. In 14 hours vou will feel
ronawed haalth and rieor. After Tea
sara cured rotiraelf continue to less oae
or two Capaulea aaah dav se as to keae
In first class condition, and wsrg off tea
danxar of fiitura attaeka. MonaT refund
ad If trav do not bain vou Aak for tke
orlxlnal Imeorted nui.H MRDAb toaed.
mi thua ba sure ef aettuxs tke swiutas.
Vest & Co.
Fifth Ave., at 35th St.
Commencing WneavtUy. January 2nd
AnnUsAL JanUsARY Sales
The wisest economy can be found
in these new collections of neces
sary articles of apparel assembled
from our standard sources of
manufacture, and marked ac
cording to our yearly custom at
Very Low Price
All era mads according ta Boat A Co.
standard, which means dependable mate
ria la, deep hams, atrong stitching, full pat
terns, slmpl models.
.t50 Long Dresses 3,000 Short Dresses
500 Hand Made Dresses
Dresses Middy Blouses
Foreign and Domestic Underwear
French, Philippine, Domestic
Full Particulars in Wednetday't Paper $
TRIED TO STEAL WALLET
SO HE COULD GET WARM
Penniless, Cold, Morphine Addict,
Lecturer and Brtyboo Artist
, Couldn't Ciet Into Hospitals.
ii.,,, Hubert Mcfullntigh of the
Bl iklra Nvy Yard wss renlaclng his
wallet In his coat pocket In ths lobby
of tiie RlaltO Theatre last night when
thin hnnd followed hla into tne pocsei
unl grasped the wallet. MoCullough
gripped the wrist.
,,,u didn't expect to get away
rlth fiat, did your' he demanded in
1 1 umiireinent.
.jug) wanted to get arrested."
1 th Strang' said. McCullough callea
I , n policeman.
Thg prisoner wss unsemle and thinly
Imsafl H al'l h Jonn sfMlli
i saiturr and ballyhoo artist," and that
I Ba lived at the Mills Hotel at MM I Wllitne) Joint LcginLitivr COIMBlMM
Htreet and 7th Avenue. ' at I'll v I lull, New York, liavr ilcclurrd
i n a mprphln s ldlct. too unfor- (nrtt tiiry Hi ll lirgan using morphine,
t : in ui 1) ." hn said. 'That, plus th htrola Ot mhiic titlier niiiiite tlrrlvrd
..,uAP ..mi thr etnnlv pocket, made from the MIM Imac, liy taking
... deipsrat. ti teii twice yestttraay "cnnuii sru
i , net into rioipUali
I'd et ancsltt
NINE VACANCIES IN CONGRESS
relllteal Ralaai -e In Ike Heaae Is
WASHINGTON. Dec. 31. How close
the political balance In the House will
b when Congress reeonTcnea on Wed
nesday next Is shown by this summary
made by South Trimble. Clerk of the
Total membership 4lo
Independent group ti
Tie TOjOaaeiea srs by rnslgnatlnns of
Iteprescntai iTes FllsgHrald, Orlfrin and
Itiinkner of New York, and A dam son
nt Oeorgla; deaths of Hepreseniaiivia
Mathrlck of Ohio, and Martin. Illinois,
and absences on army services of Iti'p
rcientatlves .lohnaou, South Dakota;
I i Ouardia. Now York, and lii'lnti,
DRUG FIENDS DEVELOPED
FROM USING "COUGH CURES
New York Probe Reveals A Danger Which
Threatens The Entire Public;
Doctors Sound Warning.
Witnesses testifying lirfore
uldn't. Thought dtpended lor It Offset upon H'r nrrve-
and set warm and Jcnilcuing tlrugi which it COntalnOO,
While the Nntinnal l.uw rriinrrs
that the narcntic tlrnts cnntninctl in
Mich BOttrMMI shall bo stated plainly
nn the label, it is nunc the less a fact
that it large number 1 tlirtn depend
fur thrir iffecl upon opium, morphine.
heroin, codeine, ehloroforn or otiiti
deadly drugi because of their iucr to
give tin Immediate, iffod by deotiMUii
the nerves When litis effert lm worn
off vou are worse oir Hi. in licfiirr br
cause the nrrc liavc beM weakened
a. line meuicai vhiiiiw
Hi . ll iii I llfM I to-lay on a oharge
,. sttinptd gran i larceny.
LOWER CALIFORNIA MAY
SECEDE FROM MEXICO
Dipl. in.it it Representatives at
Washington Bald to Have Been
Appointed by That Country.
hn' PRAMCIiOOb OaJ Dec. 11.
. t tl lit, a Ixis Angeles cspl
",. lUn04 here to-day ha had
bMn 'advises tb was to be ep
... "dlplomglls representstlvs t
u-aah ngton'1 "f -'"v- rlatabsn Csntti nf
U. fallfornls. "I believe." he said.
foreshadow! the secession of
i ', t'allf irnll 'roni MKlco."
. ..I rus. d lo dlacuss his an-
, rnriher than to say thst na
"I") , ,. ,t hsr l.wla a personal rap
, f I'sntu and sgpected to
...Ilrmal .. kl.
i ...mwfc,. v. II I a
tbr! ami tba cougb or cold gets s flrmrr
Krrause of tbe fart Hint Father
John's Medicine Is sbsoltitcly gnarun
trrd not In contain uny ilauirruus
narcotic drugs in uny form nor any
alcohol, it is it sufc family medicine
for young and old. It trrats Midi
promptly and In the nimiiinnsrnse,
lofteal way. It sontlirs ami heals tbe
mucous lining of tbe tiirost B d
breathing passage!. Its nourishing,
strength-building element! build up
new tiesb and strength ami its grntie
lasative effect helps to tlrlve out nu
ptiritirs and restore normal health,
Itcmembrr, Pather John'l Medicine
is u doctor's prescription! not a patrnt
medicine, anil that it ha had more
1 1 1 mi 60 y- s of surcets. Guaran
Out Wednesday I
1918 World Almanac
(WAR INFORMATION EDITION)
Aside from nil the fVuturcs of the great war, in many puges of current information of vast interest to
the people of the world, everything is in the volume, as usual, such as the latent records in the prtogreau, and
conditions of Business, Ktlucation, Religion, Industry, Prohibition, Woman Suffrage, science and discover.
The sporting record is complete and an important feature, while the election tahlga are compiled to date.
There is nothing in the book but factl you need, comprehensively compiled for quick reference. It cuts the
corners to facts and figures.
New and Important Features:
.... i in mm
ii.. i, i- tn ronarrve
Man, oRDFrtft ddra
?I V 'l V DU Will
rHOMr-T AKtH 1- aueatl
i nuliind lal.a
Beer for TolloMi
I nS I a S 1 ksP, 31 (b Associated
n, a) H it. Is have been asked to
thatr custoimrs to buy light
ailnss Instead of beer, so that there
ha a greater rupply of the latter
u.c working clasa-a
OLD CROW RYE
Ha. 0, a. Pat off. m
America's Finest RYE
HAND MADE SOUR MASH
STRAIGHT PURE RYE
HADE IN KENTUCKY, U. S. A.
SOLD EY ALL FIRST CLASS DEALERS
H. B. K IRK S, CO.. New York. N Y .
New War Postal Refla
tions. President Wilaon'a War
The Espionage and Trad
ing With the Enemy
Tho Pope's Peace Pro
posal. National Army and Na
tional Guard Canton
menta. U. S. Army and Navy In
World'a Food Neoda and
American Red Croaa
The Submarine and Kin
United Statea War Loans
to European Belliger
enta. One Year's War Expense
of the United Stales.
Signal Corps and Avia
First and Second Liberty
Loana and Thrift
New American Army and
Army and Navy Pay.
War Revenue Law.
Poisons Uaed in Manufac
ture of Explosives.
Edition, 300,000 W
Books tr Perl
And AH the Vital Features
of Other Years
Standard American Annual
The Greatest Issue In the History of the Publication
IF YOU HAVE A SON, BROTHER OR FRIEND
IN THE MILITARY SERVICE, SEND HIM ONE
Over 1,000 Pages, 25,000 Facts and Figures
Price asr on KtwVelsndi rt of Buffalo snd rittabarah
(West of Saffsja and Plltibiir.l.. BOC PaeifiC roast. 8lr I Hy Mall, 8SC.
Addressi ( sshlrr. The World, PtlUtMf ittUdlOgi N Vork Clt)
A Cloth lionnd (Out I rliruary 1st). ft0i h Mall, 0c . V