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NEW YORK, SUNDAY, AUGUST 29, 1915 . Copyright, 1915, toy tfle Sim Printing and Publlahing Amortation.
Lack of Labor and Casks
Worries Growers Hon
Than Des War.
BOY SCOUTS MA Y SOLVE ENGLAND PLANNING
A SERBIAN WAR PROBLEM ECONOMIES IN FOOD
ItlttlOKI YN All KUTItKMr
HROOKI.YN AD. K.RTlKMENT.
I'rlnccss Knraupowvllvli Hll W
rinn to Handle Idle
CHAMPAGNE OF 1915
tpfniii Vorrnpttniimcf to Tne Si s.
Is V It V -
I'MIXKMM l I ls
, ,rirry Mm llugrr Print ot Xrr York i
"For men must work nml women must
woep." True as thin oM adage may
have heen In th days of our grand
mothers, the stirring events of the past
year have now surely given lo It the II
direct. Nownclnyn the average woman
In destined to play a good deal mole
thiin a pure'y weeping role.
The wonderful way In which the
women of nil nntlonn nnrt classes have
Paris. IT The wine growers worked to net men free to Join the eol-
Mi IrrSMrl of the champagne country ',ur," l Present great Kuropean
I upheaval hua been nothing short of a
l ive iron .1 victory of their own. for revelation. In thv trenches, the brave
despite (Its war in their midst their ; soldiers of the Allien hnve banded them
f.nKin. h ii slnnca hnve never nmtii.,l selves Into a common brotherhood of
Ctmpalfrn On to Mittta tiio
Public to Eliminate
at : L M.
at 6 P. M.
I APPEAL TO PATRIOTISM
man lo flicht and ntnmp out for ever the
I y ninny ;ind oppression whlrh the jtelfljh
Aner Ii lfV 9t The IT.O00 MM of fine
neahtn h. h ext-m. riitht to the Kreed of a pei-ulUrly cruel and heart -i:rman
U itn Kive hoiv of u vleld at foe eck to thrum upon us. And
MM onOthlrd greater than loot yenr'n
ranged clone behind thin common broth-
Tha Vintages Of III, according to the wnl,0 , "common ailUrhOOd of woman"
Tr p expert, Should realise a se, ond a hone part In the fighting scheme han
.ai. it. ,,r tha M.nn i been every hit an vital. Ksperlally In
"You ran see that all the vines nre In '
case of the peasant
perfect ciiditloii," raid a wine grower,
'thanks to young nnd old. women and
firit doing the i- utmost Pruning was
carried out from mid-January to the
.id of March In almost normal , ondl-
thin true In the
Women of Serbia.
These Serbian peasants, It neemn to ,
me, are bearing their share of the war'n
burden like the Trojan women of old.
Their home life Is reduced to a mini
mum, if it c.i ii be said to exist at all. for
they are out nil day long, doing the work
row Tim WSs gained by reducing ! of men In the fields. Serbia Is under a'
..dins to the strictest necessity and Uebt f ,M"1 "atm.de to them. With-
' out their .ii.l. such Is the shortage of
lafaftatf (propagating plains by lsymala ii,or, thla years crops could not
Ma) Was suppressed. Hut tnoHt ml- have been raise i.
Mil earl was given to the yiilfatar.es'
isytlagllng with sulphates). Wives,
hoisted the pulverlSOl on their ba tkj
Rabies t arried to the Fleliln.
To think of the heavy manual drudf -
0 ary earn one or tnree naunuean aan
-i. in ip:rit :h.n mob. Hi 1 ,. undergoes, cheerfully and with
never a word of complaint, In the course
of her day's work, Is, Indeed, to feel
proud ot one's sex. To e-. :r e the heat
of the midday sun. many or them siari
rihrN put on their troojier's huve--
Ism In and guided by aged wine dress
ers., and thanks to their own It now I
ruKe of t ie work, struggled successfully
Mtfl Wine mildew and such plagues
us one dreaolng. t'eitam vines attacked
ly phylloxera ware left
;ern UP after the war.
I. can Trouble Than In Peace.
"In a n:d we have probably had
!ie t:"Uble this year than four ears
ago. when disease of all kinds pre
tronted the Kraie forming, or in 1D10,
when Hooda caused enormous losses.
In fact It is now that our trouble are
beginning, for how shall we gather the ',
marveiioua narvesi mat m gwiuog i . . l... h., ..,. (n ,nm earnest
Princes Alexis Karageorgevitch.
thrown themselves, heart and soul Into
a cnmpH.gu to clean up the tillage.
IteOOTltly they put In the test the r
Knowledge of first aid to the nturc!
upon a dog with a broken leg one of
the earliest know n Instances of ktndi i ss
to a dumb animal on the part of a
aloro bo) .
If. then, tliese self-reanOC ting Hoy
issiuiilateii bi boya akin to aavugt -
how much more easily will they be
mastered by the quick w ilted S. rblan
1 ,. M ' Sllerlltiv oiil, Tte' ,1. lice IS oil.' of
from place to place until. o nignviau, ,n, forcmool ChaKI terlatlci of the Scr
ibe baby's resting quarters hive bean ,lal, , T.v hV( it by Inatlnet
pitched at nearly every conceivable point ,,,,, i,,,,,,!,,., ,,f yrun under Turklao
as eirly as 3 o'clock lo the morning
with their babies slung over their backs
. . . t. ii,i ..... . .. i hi . . . . .
Flat ' .' .r in May and June saved ",' ..,',."'.,.',,'.., ,. h' "'" l'i'"':pl.s have Been
crilieiy I III ,iui i..u ner
spot where their mothers happen to be
alone In be wnrklna As the CaV's lalior proi eeds
apace, tiie hammock is gradually moved
oppression failed altogether to rob them
if it. M) own te ii, i s tint in- s, riit.i i
in the Meld
At midday a lirief resiiite Is taken for
food and well earned repose, and during boy would make an Ideal Scout
this Interval It Is no uncommon sight to
see a peasant woman lying fast asleep
in the open air. with her bala- held tight
In her arms. This siesta Is so .n over.
how ever By 2 o clock in me aurn.oon
SfitrM rnrrrtponitrnrr to Tns Sis.
I,onuon. Aug. II. The Imperative lie
ce-slty of rutting out waste and dis
pensing with luxuries Is being brought
home in forceful manner to the Hrltlsh
putille in a campaign begun by the npe-
clal Parliamentary War "atlftge com
mittee. Montha were allowed to pass
before any action of thin nature wan con
sidered, but the tVovernment has reallxed
nt last that with the preaent outlook
energetic meaeuren mimt be taken to off
set the tremendous expenditures niadt
n. cessary by the war and to maintain
nt the proper level the supply of the first
neci sallies of life for the people of tlreat
Brlta n. . !
The result of this movement is that
Qermany Is no longer the only OOllntr)
Where the people are being warned no)
10 waste food, nnd the statements Issued I
by the special .omnilttee contain ton-j
vineing arguments to that effei t.
It la pointed out that the great bulk
of the food aunpl) for Hrltain comes
from foreign countries, that vnat sum
of money must be sent out of rtrltain U
pay for It and that vast numbers of ships j
and men must be constantly employed
In carrying It Every scrap of food thai
is wasted therefore means a dead los.
to the rout try In money, ships and men
In Its latest appeal the committee says
in this connection :
"If all the food that Is now being
.iM.d could henceforth be aaved an!
properly used the country would hn
nore spare money, mol e spare i hips ami
more spare men to devote to the war
Kach family would have ino-e money to
save and .hvest nnd the prices Of food
materials would be kept down,
I'osslblllllea nt Krusiim),
"There is another sale of the food
qtteettO In which every one .if us est:
help to strengthen the position of our
country In the face of the enemy, w,
can Consume less Of certain foods which
are more difficult to obtain in full quan
n war lime and which therefore
rise In price. In the case of some oi
theat meat, for example we can re
place them In part at anv rate by other
food materials which nre cheaper ai d
more plentiful! This can lie done with
OUI Injury to health or strength in an
And if Hies.. m plans for helping 1 ,,
the boys of Serbia t" help themselves. I "''"r 'he proper nourishment of the1
ooaj I' Classes of food .ire required
and, as a rule. It
weathers until aunset-
"We have to face two chief obstacles,
the laoh of hand labor and the want of
casks The gathering was done rapidly
in 1114, after our victory of the Maine,
thanks to the presence of refugees from
toe Invaded legions. This year many
Ot .-. refugees have been moved to
...hB r,..,a A. i.k, tlac , .tie fSttAm.
.., i id. w ti'iiiirs her
pagtM yards run along ihe trenches , ,. ,d '
nnd st e n many pla.es. at Siller). er
SSnay snd foi the whole mountain of
: ,n. ns limb r fire from tlermati guns
VV uld it be safe to allow a crowd of
wo'kers. gathered from every quarter,
h hart :
children and such refugees
..ns'-r :! to i ne ni.i.imj "" : rires.
That is possible, but for the pressing ith i. in nn ,i;:eclloiis
continues in all
. me-.ii.es for as
what of the gltiaf Already the more
eiiiight. ned Serbian women have done
much toward the founding of the right
sort of feminist principles In the land.
ITnder the auspices of Use "Zensi 1
Haves" (the Association of Women), In
long as the light lasts. Truly, here, if strugtora In hygiene, the tialnlng of chl'-
anvwhere. is the stuff 01 wnicn nero-
ines are made.
Meanwhile one usually BnOS that in
order not to hamper the mother s work
It is only the youngest child who accom-
What. then, is the rate oi
her children Of an outer growin .
from the ages of ti to II? As often as
not I am afraid that apart from their
brief and 11 iflinctorv sp 11. Of SChiOl-
ing they are left Just now Ui run wib
in the villages
dr.-n and all lions.-liol I m .iters nr. peri
odically sent in peace tune from villas
t'. village .t Belgrade, again, Mm.
The first elaaa are thise whose chief
I s. Is o produce energy and supply
the power to do work las coal sup
plies energy to the eleam engine). These
ire starchy and sugary foods (Includ
es cereals and vegetables, auoh as po-
nargarlne, dripping, ftc).
"The second .lass ate tiiose whose
chief use is to build the structure ol
peasant girls are admitted from lin
age of I, Kach girl is trained accord
ing to her aptitudi some to domestic
work ; others, if sufficiently brilliant, for
i UntVel Dt) areer.
As an avowed feminist 1 am inclined
to think, too. that girls might be Included
In the midst of so mucn Wj,), i,,,,.., n my scout scheme, i In an
this wir rone . We " , 1Hsstldy look after them, no matter how ' ,.,!,!. England, n.y friends Mr snd
..He the g.ltlieiing to women.;- . ... .,lilv One Of tile most ap-Mr1 ,;,.,,. M,,tai:u have Marled til.
as we can ,,, ,'rage.iies of a gr-at war like the I
authorities. pi.PH,.m ,he human waste it brings p
blldreii are not
no n can DO us n.
in the Maine district
and tiufl presses. Kach
girls, untrained a
should be left entirely
And that Isiys
ml untaught, , ,.,., ... .. ,,,
tree to ioiiow
the root idea on win, h
rests. Hoys and girls
v , We hope the military author. -ten
Mill release the neisssary number
tor thl time, as It has already done for
,iign ultural work.
"Then where are we to put the pressed
r. ' l.,t years harvest was not sold
-t (till In ea-k. nt least hall of it
tl - half cannot be bottled because
Wl havs no more bottles! BOttlOS ii-"
m de In the noii and in Belgium. ,no
''ii b) the enemy, and our casks Mint
full e must look for more We might
, i 1 1 f,t resoutee liuy casks from other
u.ne growing provinces.
Pink ..lore I bo in on u oe
thus to run to seed for warn m a unit
help. And so I have begun to cherish
the hope that with the aid of friends It
may soon be possible to initial a Hoy
, :,,r Scout movement in re:nia mi
mis oeen so ru. . iT.iun.1
ivi to 1,.- Cleared of their irl; . movement could
t ngi ii I we should hesitate to put nn-
vltitsgep In casks so p'eparcd.
Clroultch lias founded a school where the Isidy and reiralr the waste of
C, w hich Is c gistantty taking place
These aie the nitrogenous foods, such
BS meat, Hah, eggs. milk, oheese. beans,
peas, lentils and the various kinds of
nuts. The third class which Includes
other Vegetables nt d fruits, supply cer
tain salts aid other Substances wh.ch
are necessary to the health of the Issly
I heap Foods Speelfled.
"These three ptaaM of f..o,t- l,.i,l.l
.Ittle I'ommonwealtll." of win. b the , ,, ()t. ,.,.K,,.,. ln .. - halaneed .liet
public BS y et knows far too little. Co-1 nv .-hoosing these fsls which are
cheap BSt and most plentiful In each of
these three classes u,.ll b-.h,r..wt .ln.l
educated sol.- by side, for it Is an open I be obtained at the least coat"
question wh.th. r or not the separation special recommendations are made in
of the s.N.s does not create the vary regard to the consumption of meat. It
SVil It is designed to avoid. , explained that half of the meal sup
ply for tlreat Hrltain comes from
abroad and is carried In shins euulnned
Hut the most novel part about this , with cold storage Insinuations Mince
Interacting experiment is that it is nhso- the beglrt.lr.g of the war these sliis
lulely self-governing The I. Ittle Com- have been scarce and the result lias
monwealth is thus a nmonwealth In I en the shortage in the supply. Tid
the most literal sen-, ,,r the term me I shortage, it is explained, would dlsni
lie hands to do. mat), medal leg slatlve court, comoose , of ., ,,r , eat im mem than ha
they are youngstera aa neanny am mm themselves, in wnicn tnej at e an so- has iieen .iccustomed to. especially dur
one can wish is shown by the surplus premelj Interested Belf-dlsclpllns Is by mg ti)e summer ai d autumn months,
steiim they let off ln chasing iur autotna mcana Inculcated bs a substitute for I The appeal In this cormeetlon sajs:
mobile even on the hottest day. I obedience lo a superl r control, and; "Most people would not suffer in the
Inevitably one feels the future "W ! at rang) though .t may sound, under thla least In health or strength by so doing.
hood of Sernia snou.ti no. oe ...o.... . ayatem Hie gencrtil conducl or tm- cnti- ..specially if they were to I: elude in
In this way
ds five na n for a fort. light, o at lt-lkes me as human waste of the worst
.st an extra thousand men must i poMible kino.
ib..ir own lltiru.v lley ice-
during their most impression a me
V t'.ie.liieatioiinl 11 le rl men I .
gHgyS' Idleness a Problem.
Driving about the country 1 am sad
dened time and again to see the large
and Increasing number of growing boys
who loaf about Serbian villages, appar
ently with no other work than Satan . hoys and girls make their own laws at pear and the price of meat would fall If
finds for their
TVe nigh) obtain casks from Hur
eandv. Hardaaua or the Midi, but If
.h.K,t,.n. la ,,, ljeo its clearness.
L i, , same lines at It
una orainar) appearance auvn -" , . . ,..,...,, .nd America
ronr.e i admit that tiie movement
be rapidly brought to sucn a mgu
nil ... Setter to tisk offei lnc 011 r I J
' ""i" . .....ii.ti... ne in thaas two more
pink ohampagna, due to the
sawnirosful countries Hut I by no
i- u.hc, I think of tiie sllc-
USe uf casks Unit had la-en. used for r nl i i,ih reeentlv atlended a similar
- inl 1 1 of 91I will be. we i ope, !ip4r,nlent made by a y oung Am rican
otticer at Zamooatiga, a am ww "'
As soon as lie settled at this renin'.'
i.utive Hlatlon. this bright young ma i
gav his Idea rein. It was a nondescript
loveniie company yvincn ii
the t ,: , v.ntae, and what w.ne Uiver
ni'! n.it want his cellar to contain some
tittles '. a champagne (even If tinged
lth pink) whi' h has ripened to t'.i
'"mid "f the cannon, been harvested
under shells and pressed by hetoic poilus
llfflculties will be overcome )UK flll appeal Some of the little lai'
, . were domed only in
shine of a smile." but all were ready to
make a trial of the new notion. Thev
sat down ln the shade of a grove of
cocoanut palms and aa soon ne the pro
gramme was explained to them they d
clded they would like to lie Hoy Scouts
Kach hrown skinned little fellow was
and have also
w.thnut a doubt, hut one mote retnalne
After the gathering vines must be care
fully treated with sulprur of rnrhoiv
This was not done li st year for want if
lafior, nnd this yea I all of this chemlcil
hs been requisitioned by the fjovenp
ISSnt, We cannot buy an ounce and wc
need naarlv Idfl nounda to each acre.
If this treatment Is neglected for tWJ ! provided with a khaki Scout UtllfOITI
years II may mean that the whole wine t ii,t material suited to the ciimaie
district :, hue to be replanted after with a campaign hat to match, And
the war." the result has been highly encouraging
The 7. inns Investigator bad collected These little Morn natives have not only
this Information in the now poaosfu. I acquired a Uva of boxing and I healthy
torn-of i a Champagne country, lietween I outdoor games, they practise the virtue
and Bousy, Hs thsn sought to I of clsanllneas nd now know how tn
vlsn v .... ii ..e.un .. uiiin- : ..,' ihe cocoanut trees or tne ui--
snn me itneims aistrict. wnere ngming ta trios inn pm'
ll progi es. He found that only
Inhahitf-ntl of these places were allow'-d
to tin i them, so he went to Chalons and
persuaded some leading wine growers to
l"ie their work and visit him. The
lame rheery optimism existed here,
'"ir wines are as well cultivated as
I ' lv and Pramant althoilKll the
lin e m ole iis work In wry j More (irrnisna In the Trnde.
: ties. If anything like a num. : ... , ,, j
' ind Ventured Into a vineyard! 'Tins next meeting will be all the
Taul i, Hlitiu.llcd them and the more 1m taut as t he. e will b. no i,.i-
ii lo rain ground them our, man element present We reached SP I
dresaei have learned, like the sol- . agreement Mat March as to our future
in dodge tl"' various shells, and relations with Del-many, when Ihe war,
, I child,.., i, .... haflAma aa In. la over, WO Shall not rsgrei losing twm
" Bill to hem as a thrush to a scar
"if (hi 'me weather continues we shall
S"i any return of the cochylls, and
ipa riliens under good conditions
" :ii iinet'r.g, a fottnight hefors
' , I-.I 1... , ... I 'I,
la'lloii and representatives of , barded cathedral and then the aboil. he I
I" . H'ets. will be exceptionally im- Frankfort treaty.
. i geutel ir Ual year It I "We shall never again see such a man
SS i tad until Maid,. ll, and, among us aa lhat QemWII traveller In
th. e wen no sales of vintages. PrloagTCgsampagna wines who before the battle
v esiabllsbed by biokers who hgatgpWfSs'
dren has prove i ,. be mtiiiitely belter ,lelr diet a tair proportion of food
than it would be otherwise which tan supply the same kind of
gClNresPect Is the dominating note In ! nourishment as meat,
the atmosphere. Bach young citizen de- "Cheese is one of the bent and most
sires, before all things, to stand well In I useful substitutes for men!. Weight for
the . y es of his fellows Evidently, then, j weight It contains mole of this partlcu
there Is much to be said for the as- 1 ir kind of nourishment than meat Its
sumption that If left to follow his own self. Milk and skim milk also contain
bent under natural, healthy conditions, this form of nourishment In a high d -a
child lends lo do wn.it Is right rather glee. I'eas. beans and lentils also con-
thaei what is wrong. tain thise properties,
The children of the Little Common
wealth are all trained to detinue OCCU-I siavlnus In llrend.
nations Whereby (hey can earn Ihelrl "n ( qh hr,.;td that most of Us rely
livelihood latei on The institution was f(. ,lr man nourishment, Pour-fifths
designed primntily I" show how the un-1 ,,f ln wheal froVi which bread Is made
satisfactory reformatory system In Kng eomrg from abroad. Dread is the ur-
land may be improved upon, its In-1 oris which Is most commonly wasted ol
males, therefore, are all Juvenile delln- all our food materials, and It Is the
quents. Hut the experiment n prSC- I ,,i,e which the circumstances of this war
Used upon them has WOl ked so well Hint , t , quit e to be most carefully husbanded
there is no reason why thla same plan "There are two ways In which bread
of coeducation and Self -government I can be economised Without any real
should not be applied t" the normal stint : ill By using every crust and
Child, crumb of It for food and throwing none
If In the near future I should seek I of It away . (21 Hy only using bread
tn establish somewhat similar Juvenile which la at least twenty-four hours old.
colonies in gerbla it will seem at tiret. i "it is Impossible to give anything
perhaps, that 1 am sii-ivinc, after the 'like a complete list of articles, not be
unattainable BUI I am full of hope ' lug articles of food, upon which saving
for the younger generation of my i on a considerable scale without loss of
adopted country. Ii, tiie agricultural ; efficiency would be possible. All that
and mining re aOUrCel "f Berbtg they can be attempted Is 10 give a few Ulus-
have a splendid Inherltsnce, if only they trstlvs examples.
can be trained lo make a right and ' "Motor cars, cycles, motor cycles and
proper use of It.
And, aftsr all, is II not true that "as
the twig Is bent the tree inclines'".'
small vineyards' output, but this year
prices Will lie established according to
traditional methods for the big vintages,
also Av. Houxv
tenay Msttly, Crsmsnl and Avlss
helmet on head, ill the house of one of
the men who used to sell t , him. and
after aaklng news of ths father, mother.
v",v v..,- son ami Mile. I. ill, the little daughter,
parts thereof were Imported In 1811 I
Ihe value of over fS.iiiiii.iino, motor cars
and pirts thereof alone being VSlUSd at
nsarty 17, 500,000, Motor spirit was Im
ported In I U 1 3 to the amount of 100,-
s.s gallons, valued at 3,sn3,0(iO.
"Silk manufactures again offer a
great opportunity for economy, omit-
ling what is needed for the silk Indus
try of this country ttie total iinporta
c'liiisiuoncii uiewiioico.ii.il o vmuc f , .mif.ioturcd silk g,,.ls In I '.113
of his powers as an officer, .Nor is the wnH valued at nearly (14,500,000,
ashler like the one wno n. en wun "omam ntal feathers were lmiiort.,1
f our great firms thirty years and . vll of (1.500.000: ostrich fea-
tliers, (1,500,000, came almost exclu
sively from South Africa. Skins and
furs (not leather), which Include seal
skins and all ornamental furs, were Im
ported to the value of over (1,000,000,
received a share of ihe pronta, win, dls-
gppaared ihe svs "f mobilisation, likely
ever to tetllin and begin again his dou
ble life of model employee ami perfect
"The wites of 9H are still In the
cellars of Rhelms, ("atlencel Tin y will
come forth! We lallh"! be Certain, you
say, of gathering "iir harvest nSXl Octo
ber" mr soldiers are theiet our only
as custonieis, Tor I ranoc tins enougii
friends In the world to take up all Its
harvest There is no fear of French
1 wine eolng out of fashion. Perhaps long
after ihe war liermans may wish tu anxiety is now to nml tne nunursfl tii"U
1 taste champagne again, ttioi we shall .sand extra barrels of thirty -five gallons
to It. reineuiiiering nrai out win1 sacn neeaeo mi our , -.',., usrveei i
( in c cause or Ihe shortaee or Isirrels
(In addition if coins, to the practical
stoppage ill the Industry of m iking them
owing to men being nioblllSOd) Is that
great quantities are sent to the army,
I these are never cent bauk.
lgJt 1 . Maine presented himself, pointed j an,
Ilea, b VY, Worse ill a ii iiother
I.oniion, Aug. 10 - An Officer In Kng
land on leave graphically and simply
described his ixperlenoes at "Beach
Wi" the dnlllpoll landing mentioned in
Mr. Xevinsnu's measnge from the lar
daiielles on July ! If I came Into
possession of 'Heach W.' and lull." lie
observed, "1 should let 'Jjeecb VV. to a
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will not Hist or
V9r. ami gl.HH.
30c House Brooms, Now 2 for 25c
The greatest value anywhere especially when prices are soaring in the wholesale market
right now. Strong wire braced; four slewed; well made of good, clean corn. Not more than
two lo a customer. Store orders only and none C. O. D.
45c House Brooms at 27c
One of the best Brooms; extra quality ; se'ected corn, medium weight; four sewed. Not
more than two to a customer. Store orders on.lv and none C. O. D.
high grade Tis
sue Paper, 10
rolls for 2.1c.
Not more than
10 rolls to a
None ('. ). I).
To tit the I'nl
,",'., now i for
ic. Not more
than 6 to a Clis-
ipmer, s t n -I'
orders nnlj ami
I one CO. I).
Lalance&Grosjean's Gray Enameled Ware
now ti for 9r.
st might h o o k.
Not mote than
ti to a customer,
S t o r e orders
(illy and none
V. ). I).
ALL ENAMEL COVERS. Universally known as the best single coated ware made.
on a steel surface, extra good finish. Every piece absolutely perfect.
raualty ty' Wc
Sale nrlM Mf t'ic
Deep Dish Pans.
in II 17
Usually it'- We
Sale DrtCS MC ac
Oval Dish Pans.
IS is 22qt
Usually 7tk' N8c Wlc
Sale price l$C IH 7?c
tl 7 s o lOqt.
I'viiallv 18c 38c 59c 69c K3c i ini
Sale price 37c ti t.Sc 52c 4c 79c
Q HI 1 1 13 In.
Usually 34c iTc 30o Mo
Sale pnet 1 9c 21c 2Jc 2Kc
Deep Pie Plates.
u It) 1 1 IS In.
I'siiallv I Ac 6c I He --'ik-
Bale price .. 9c He Its isc
Berlin Covered Kettles.
Jl. 3fi ii s in 13 qt.
I'siiallv 2Mc HI" ISC I He R9c 71V
Mile price 22r Mf 31c 36c MC 59c
Berlin Covered Saucepans.
Usually 5c 3
rolls for or.
High d r a ,1 e
pen -"'hi b) us
pgcluslvel) . 2
sheets in a roll .
only 4 rolls to a
II a r d maple
nished seal Vis
It). ( s ti a J I y
l , i" j 6 qt.
35c -'Sc Mr 4-c IHc
I Or tie -'."c 31 c Nc
I lit 'J U
HOC ile 38c l-'e tile 50c
22c 23c 26c 29c 32c 39r
i IH 2 :i i n qt.
jsc 33c 86c 43c l lc tne
22c 23c 28c ?9r 32c 42c
i Sale prl,
Lipped Preserving or Stew
Usually. . .
Sale price . ,
Usually . .
Convex Sauce Pots.
IJi -"j H Bqt.
Usually 85c -'Re 84c 43c 48c
Sale price . . 19c 22c 26c 32c 37r
in ii u in 90 nt.
Usually 69C 70c 88c 95c 1.18
Sale price . 45r 55c 64c 79c 9Hc
s lo j lii 20 nl
Usually 59c 7oe 83c 05c i is
Bale price 46c 51c etc 73c 9I
Straight Covered Saucepans.
l Iti 3
i I stially I ic
I BaiC price 10c
j Usually 33c
; Sale price . . . . 17c
Straight Water Pails.
8 10 I J 18 20 qt.
Usually 44c bOc S9c 70c B8c
, Sale price . . Jtr 39c 46c 45c 5e
1 2 3 I Aqt.
Usually 30c 24c 30c nn,- 8c
Sale pri'-e ... 16c 19c 23c '.'Sc 37c
Oval Ham Boilers.
! No. 1. usually 81.41; sale price 9c
100 for 8c.
size: in cartons
Of 100. only J
to a customer
unly ami none
C. l. I). Usu
al I. v I5c
3 Ji, r,t
' t .
velvet top: gisid
Usually 10c . nt
Usually 18c, at
18c. black handle
A" t o sewed
and v ' ii made
So good that
we give them
the entire year.
ill not scratch
or injure the
flnenl silver, yet
33c, si." Silver
and Hold PoU
10e. size Metal
Lalance and Grosjcan's Turquoise Pearl A,gate Ware
Clean, attractive kitchen ware. All covers with enameled seamless knobs, welded handles,
ears and spouts. Turquoise blue outside and white porcelain enameled inside ; all triple coated.
90c Enameled Saucepan Sets at 59c
1 1 i, 2, 21 . and 3 quart, the best sizes, in compact nests, all for Nc,
w n 1 1 e wood
i nek Usually
Rice Boilers. Oval Dish Pans.
Tea Kettles. Round Dish Pans
Ji, :i4 Bqt.
Nc 31 c ;i9c
lo 13 nt.
ing or Stew
3c. a bottle. Put
up in our own
I a b o r a I ones
-tore orders only.
now J for 10c.
Not more than
4 cans to a cus
orders only .V
none ('. (I. I).
now 63c. a set.
'A sizes of
irons stand .V
T Ii e large
ally 17c. 'Hie
to a customer.
only & n o n e
C. o. I).
8 ft hard
wood iot lics-
llne I' r o p s ,
only ; to a
at Iff, Kffee
1 1 v e for
Ill', ,oni BCI n ill
Stat, , a r ,
ers, easy rtin
ning tine pol
usually t (19,
ion n ir
llno; line grade.
Ii a n d I i, , d .
Ironing t a p
and utensil tox .
;u inch 3.9s:
48 Inch, 4.75
and till inch.
Women's Advance Style Autumn Dresses, $14.98
Remarkable Value Right at the Season's Opening
THIS IS A GREAT BEGINNING for what promises to be'one of the best Dress seasons in years. Designers and makers
have outdone themselves in the making of beautiful styles at remarkably low prices, and as an example of wonderful value this
offering is far and away the best we have any recollection of ever making at this time of the year.
The Annual Sale in the Linen Store
Offers Remarkable Opportunities to Save
NOW, right at the time when you will be returning from the country and beginning the daily round of household
duties again just at the time when you will discover that you have many things to get for the replenishment of the Linen
Closet, comes this announcement of just the things you ;,want most, at the smallest prices in the Greater City.
Bargain Budget For Monday
New Taffeta Petti costs, It.M m ss.ss.
Men s American Rslneoats, $7.ao.
Men s ij '.c. iiinrk Cotton Half Hose, 9c.
Women's i ndervsets, i for ac. store orders only.
Wonnen's Tan Russia Lace Boots, s?.05.
Traveling Hags and Suitcases. S4.7S.
11.50 American Unly Corsets. SSc.
Men's Colored Outing shins 4Sc.
Women's white Pure silk Btooldngs, Ms, Stars
Prisellla Bweel Marrowfat Peas, usually 18c, at
lUc. t'uu. Deliveries during Ihe week.
Women's i W Waists, ear.
1,000 Pieces 59C High tirade RIbbOnS, :tr. a Piece.
Children's si and i '-'' l ingerie Dressen Its,
a Com piste schcsii Outfit, far. stationery Store,
I I nen OlUny LseSS, ISr. Yard.
27 In KulTlisI lialiy Klouncing-. tSr. Yard.
j to si i.acc Curtains, sse. la II, M Pair
.mi in Black Chiffon Broadcloth, li.se yard.
Women's IA.00 Trimmed Hals, '!.u,1.
me All sill. Satin Mesaallne, lie. Yard si, me
Women's New Kail Coats, scj.b.v
Women's New Kail suits. t,t4),
Women's New Kail Skirts ft.SS.
j.-c Moire Taffeta Perealine, lie
11,49 New tiulmpes, ISr,
Khiwcrc.l Crepe, ar. Yard
.ata. Cambric Nightgowns, tlfi
Men s Balhrlggan ami White Clause Cotton L'uder
acar. 12 l-'tr. Slight imperfections
sue. to use gigured ('re tonne scarfs, vise.
Cotton Novott) Kalincs, SSr. Y'ard
II HI to ii .', Axininsier and Velvet Carpets,
Nr. in fl.tt a Yard
4Rc and flSc Printed c,,rk Linoleums, 3Sc. anil 4tr.
Last i'" Days "f the Purnlturs Bale nnngs Bsst
Bsrsalna in lleiU ami Defining.
1303.00 Parlor Suite, so.oo.
I3AA i"i Hall ' 'luck, I9M.M,
$sj HO Parlor BultC, IHJ.OO.
Annual Sale of I. Incus, Sheets, lllankcls. etc.
1) '.', NaVJ nine Storm Norgc, SSr. Y ard
Misses' Tailnrefi Suits In smart Models, in as,
4, SS, SIS. All and 111.99.
Clearance "f House Dresses, Be si.n. si. is and
isc Wldo Crepe ds China Ties, We, siishi Imperfections
Miiniauk Chocolate Caramels,