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U S. Now Protects
Life Insurance of
7,739 Service Men
Old Line Companies Prompt
to Aid in Campaign to
Keep Alive Policies That
Otherwise Might Lapse
New York Tribune
WASHINGTON, ?s>pt. ?7..The Bu?
fan of War Risk Insurance thus far |
?ias protected by guarantee of premium
",73? inpurnnee policiiea held by service
nrn in commercial companies, it was
announced to-day. The face value of
?hese policies totals $12,511,456.29, and
\he ennual premiums $301,956.82. The
',789 policies now protected are held
n 162 commercial companies and fra
"This protection not only hrinps for?
ward one of the little known avenues i
hro which the bureau aided service ?
nen," - ; a statement issued by the
lureau, "but it proves that there in no |
ompetition between government insur
.,;,. and commercial insurance. On
he other hand, the commercial com
. hi vi? been hearty in their sup?
port of government insurance, and are
tiding in every way to keep active the
,000 worth of war risk in
,?--, '? ? now held by service men. -Ml
not only have
. rnraenl insurance, ! ut
heir agents e bi n in $1 ructed to
jrg-e . retention by former service
? ; - ;.?ranco companies corning
andei I e ben I o? the soldiers and
jailoi civil relief act ?ire those which
are required by law t.o maintain a re
lerve, oi wl ich, if not so required, have
ir :ol ed ion from all of its
nsui I of a premium to cover the spe
;ial wi r risk of patrons wlio are in the
The policies pro
,. - i ? !? issued on I '* ?? lives of
i ? ary sei .. - a i on
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!l COnsiisI .;?.,!?
lond ? led bj
.,. ; I States Trea: ti he in
r p icies a
rthobene?l th i
: niui .'??? i o been
trace period allowed in
"1 ? tlemeni of thoB.e pro
red will be re
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i ? ' to bi . ade within
irge oi ollowing
? : . ? Inca of
? ? ' ? ? ?? urn pay
- II lapse and i he go' -
I :'? ..- rit to th? ??'
s of the total pre
Peace Pageant -Given
At Vanderlip Estate
.''. ? lehe -I-*:- Society (hit in
Force t<> ,See Girls Dance;
Plaj < ienlres Planned
it O ? i pondi ? ?
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antique Furniture Exchange
33d St., near 5th Av.
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?iIdo t" ?'??xnt y?"" 'rom kioIr? and aonvtD?lof
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:^R. Simpson's Co. Inc., *
i Brondv?-.-/, cor. 67tb St., MtohatUn
500 Fu't.is St, Brooklyn
f. of Any Ainuunt on a
teL^. P1*4$*? ?* P?r??M?*l Prcpfrt? j"%i>
Mfc??. "'"in? il 11 mi mm%
Children's Voile Dresses
$2.95 and $3.45
Sheer white Voile makes these simple but
charming little Frocks, with hand smocking,
and embroideries in pastel colors. Sizes to and
including 6 years.
Lord & Ta
38th Street FIFTH AVENUE 39th Street
telephone Orders filled -Phone Greeley 1900?Ask for Telephone Order Desk.
Women's & Misses' Union Suits
$1.50 a garment
Medium weight cotton Suits of excellent
quality and finish; low neck styles, knee or
Medium weight Cotton Vests and Ti
? a garment. . $1.10
An Important Collection of
Women s Coats
Featured for Tomorrow's Selling
MODELS that present the Autumn
and Winter Mode's definite style
tendencies have been assembled for this
early season offering.
Garments finely tailored of the soft,
rich, light weight but warm Coatings?
Bolivia, Plumette, Velour Cloth, Tinsel
tone and Silvertone, lined with plain or
Fur Trimmed Coats
with collars of Raccoon or French Seal
(dyed coney), as illustrated.
Coats without Fur?depending on their
individuality of lines for distinction.
Other Coats?$37.50 to $375.00
Evening Wraps?$110.00 to $495.00
Misses' Fur Collared Coals
\ limited number oi handsome
Winter Coats in the fashionable Silver
tone fabric, with deep muffler collars of
lustrous French Seal (dyed coney),
lined throughout with plain or fancy
silk. A box pleated model belted, em
smart new lines; sizes 14 to 18 years.
Women s ]
A Notable Group
Soft, rich black satin with dotted silk net,
transparent bodice and long sleeves; a nob5
of color is introduced by velvet ribbon and
ostrich feather rosette.
Graceful models in Satin charmeuse,
Georgette crepe and Satin Meteor in Au?
tumn's favored shades, with bright colored
embroideries in silk, wool, jet and metallic
Also at this price hand embroidered and
of Serge and Tricotine.
An Unusual Dre3S
A Display of New Frocks
that will dclighl every devotee of Fashion.
Street Dresses of Serge, Tricotine, Duvetyn
and Velvets; Afternoon,. Dinner, Theatre
and Evening ('.owns of unusual distinction
and individual charm. A collect ion ?vin. d
$25.00 to $300.00
New Phases of the Mode in
Women s Suits
Revealed in a Group of Models at
UTUMN and Winter Suits of un?
usual distinction. Recent models of
pronounced style interest, tailored with
critical attention to detail.
Strictly Tailored Suits
of navy blue Tricotine and Oxford Ray?
onner, braid bound, and button trimmed
Fur Trimmed Suits
of Yalama Cloth, Silvertone, Duvet Su?
perior with Hudson Seal (dyed muskrat)
colla,s and bands. (One model is illus
Tailormades?$45.00 6c $59.50
A collection of smart models in Oxford,
Mixtures, Burellas, Jersey, Tweeds, Ya?
lama. Silvertone and Tinseltone.
Other Suits?Ranging to $395.00
Misses' Velveteen Suits
t. pied !r> 'in a I an
"ripple" Suit is de\
mi idel, i in- new
oped in :' i n
Burgundy or navy Velveteen oi supe?
rior quality; a deep choker collar of
taupe Nutria adds the final touch of
elegance to this charming model; sizes
14 to 18 vears.
For Tomorrow Only
of Georgette Crepe
A new version of the modish Suit Blouse, introducing
elaborate embroideries in silk braid and rope silk.
In smart Color Combinations of navy, brown and taupe
with mahogany; in.flesh with white; in all black.
_ , - Third Floor-.-.
Important Autumn Sales
Offering Noteworthy Values
Night Conns Lounging Robes
\\ rtment compris- and Breakfast Coats
Dominates the A
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:-- Kf?-ft- '
Paris designers have found in
the Turban's dashing lines in
piration for man;, ol their bril?
The Hussar Turban illus
rated is of Kolinsky fur with
Paradise plumes of copper browns.
Ail ??ring Oriental Tut bens
>i soft draped velvet or kid with
ilk or metal embroideries.
Flouer Turbans, and chic little
Veil Turbans delightfully youth?
Turbans of liny magpie brea-! s
: pheasant plumage.
Turbans of jet sequins inset
\Vith pearls, or of gleaming gela?
in black, changeable and ? . ,,..,.
ing dainty models of Philip- Waterfall Velvet and wide
pine, [ap??ese and Amcri- wale Corduroy in choice
i an ma ke, ai prices t I un - coli r?
usual ccont- m> f< r thi i v. ni. : \\aterfa|! Velvet Robes,
$4.95 : Crepe de Chine Oowns, white siik lined;
,,..,.., . i tailored ai d lac e tr:n
t tepe de (. nine P( tticoats, !
w hite or flesh, daintily lace ,
run shades. bilk Jersey
:op with tafteta flounces,
he m ititched and pleated,
: p< mtcd sleeve; a lu> ut u -u
$5.95 and $7.95 i garment .$29.50
Crece G< vns<
??< as; I v 'eorpette
! lace ? i mn ed . So./.
< nil ! o ; o -
Corduroy Robes, . white
:!~; lined; also Break',:-!
| G als lined with dotted Silk
Taffeta Silk with tailored I ered llabutai silk Gowns^ | Mull.$7.95
flounces; excellent wearing! . $o./5 Velvet Corduroy Robes,
qualit). $6.95 Philippine hand made cm claintj fancy lining; Jeep
! broidered C< ?is, ! set-in sleeves and large
Taffeta Silk Petticoats $2.95 and $3.95 pockets.$11.95
with 1 a n c > hemstitched batiste and t i tton Crepe ; Velvet Corduroy Break
flounce, plcatiiij i Iped, Gown; . Si. )5 fast Coat, fancj lined; trim
$5.95 I Cambric Ci ni ; med with bias folds, $11.75
? ,. ,,, f. .... ., neck.$1.50 and $1.9*5 Breakfast Coats of cm
Radium laffeta Silk Pet- , (!(;[i,:f, F,ann?] GownSj
ticoats, flounce corded and | hiE}, neck ;M ,i ..;;.. -over
ol Jersey Dresses
For Young Girls
Smart, service-giving Frocks, in a m
simplicity, in fas! i< m b e >1 ades of?
Ian. Rise. Henna. Copen! igen
with contrasting satin pipings faci . . ind tie Si7.cs
12 to io vears.
/ hird Floor.
Varis Models from Lewis,Madeleine,Lucille liamar
ind others, as well as the originations oi our own French de;
bossed corduroy, white
?k lined; mulflon collai:
\ display priced from
$16.95 to $?95.00
nicked effectively.. $7.95 styles.... $1.50 and $1.75 deep flounce.
Four Unusual Values in Corsets
Frotaset Corsets, front ; Elente Corsets, p i n ?.. Lord & Taylor Special
... ,.,',.? ? Corsets? plain coutil, low
weed, pink coutu, oi excel- . broche ol dainty pattern, | ust |on~ ,.j^rrt. u',>,,|,.
lent quality; elastic insert at i rubbei top; lightly but well kcne<^. $3.95
iiij i r Figured C outil, well
top; medium skirt and low I boned; medium length loi h , , , , ,
i boned model, low bust and
bust.... $3.45 j average figure . . . $3.95 * long skirt. . .$2.95
i i i | *???-?--? ???' Fin..- _
In New and Fetching Fa shions
Clever novelties designed to f ? ~'"\
ci mplete the r-martness of Tai
ored Suit or Street Dress.
Hudson Seal Tie (dyed Musi
: Scarfs, illustrated, $43.50
Hudson Seal S i ole,
effects . $79.50
Hudson Seal Muffs, $22.50
Wolf Animal Scarfs taupe.
Lucille or b?um marten shades,
Tox Anima'. Scarf? Lucille
or taupe shades,
$55.00 and $69.50
Important Autumn Selling
Kid Gloves of Quality
At Material Savings from Current Prices
Gloves that are not only excellently cut and
correctly proportioned, but developed of fine
materials in white and the season's favorite tones.
White (Have (?loves Colored Glace Gloves
2 clasp splendid quality, soft ? i clasp?prix seam sewn, spear
and pliable, either pique or over- back, in the new tan and grey
seam sewn. ? shades.
An Opportunity Not To Be Overlooked
Women's Silk Bos
Two excellent grades that are
fine values at the prices quoted.
Silk Hose with lisle soles and tops, in brown, ?rev
hoe and go\
vn snades, also blue
The New Belts
Copio- o? imported novelties that have all the Parisian style
smartness combined with the American standards of quality and
workmanship. Also a complete assortment of the plainer staple
Leathers in combination of colora, silk and leather combined in clever
effects, patent leathers, suede and all other leathers. L'nusual buckles and
clasps of steel and gilt are featured, and the range of colors and widths
will meet every preference. Price? 50c to $3.00.
Ivory Celluloid Toilet Articles
A Croup of Unusual Values
Hair Brushes, ivory- wood back finish., bristles set in metal, 85c
Mirrors.$1.25 Perfume Bottles.69c
Ladies' Combs.39c j Nail Buffers. 85c
Nail Files.-18c ! Hat Brushes__._. .85c
Silk Hose with lisle soles and lops, in black, white
and practically every wanted shade.,., pair $1,85
Women 's Fall Boots
Five New Styles in fine leathers and
Dark tan Calfskin
lace with flat
or military heels.
Cal! s kin ?die
with flat h feu.
Hudson Seal Coals (dye I muskral
\ ancus length models trimmed wit . con ra
$2G-.C0, $285.C0, $375.C0, *435.00
F >U) tli Floor
An Early Shotting of Autumn
Silks and Woolens
Complete new lines, presenting awidech
a varied assortment of patten
At the Lowest Prices consistent with Qua I
Tinsel Satin and Chiffon Brocades?For evenin
being shown in a large assortment of now de igns
Splendid Values for Monday
Colored Safin Daphne -36 inches wide >
Colored Satin Majestic Colored Georgettes
full hue of colors.yard $3.50 large ran,-- of colors. . $2.50
Colored Satin Meteor New Plaid Silks
40 inches wide.yard $3.50 for waists and dresses. . .yai I -$2.75
Broadcloths An Unusual Value
Sponged, all ready for sewing; 50 inches wide; navy and trod ight 1
castor, Pckin, plum, silver grey, myrtle, Burgundy, sand, taup*
seal brown.yar< $4.85
Worsted Serges Shetland Cloths
in the popular navy blue, an excellent j soft, fuzzy faune fur Coats and
weave for women and misses' Suits ' Cloaks, in six color com
and Dresses ; 50 in. wide.. .yard $3.00 ; <, inches wide.'.yard $4.S5
Si cond Floor
Smart Spat Pumps?$7.65
Patent Leather with Baby Louis heels. Patent and Black
Kidskin Pumps with Louis XVI. heels and hand turned sole*.
S rcond Floor
New Flannels for Winter Months
A comprehensive selection of the wanted weaves in both, the o
and domestic fabrics in various weights and qualities.
Two Splendid Values
Striped Outing Flannels Cotton Eiderdown
Reversible; in a variety of i gured
designs on dark grounds for bath?
robes, etc.yard 58c
Fancy colored stripes on white grounds,
heavy and warm; 36 inches wide,