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THE EVENING WORLD, TUESDAY! AUGUST 20.T918.
GRAIN CROP IN ENGLAND.
General of Pood Production, Informs
th Dally Mall.
several thousand soldiers ar worK-
oi hIiioi. isiivj Kmwm tn..in. on farmi, and other harvesters In
. .. . I,lrco,orCluJe school boy. unJcrsraduates. hoy
of Production, scouts, vlllasc and colleso women and
NDO.V, Auk. 20. KnglanJ's grain
Dili year will bn the biggest since
Sir Charles l'lcMlng. Director
Klrls of t ho land army, Itelglan and
Serbian refuirces ana German prison
er?. 'lty clerks aro spending their va
cations on farms.
Given FREE to
Hay Fever-Asthma Sufferers
Ilcrr Is llic tvpc of testimonial letter Hint vc arc constantly
KOI.OX CO. i
(iciitlcmcii -After Iryln? cterytlilnK for liny I'cvcr
frlrml told me of KOI.OX. I used It and nm delighted to
say Unit I Imvc Micrxrri lint twice since .June, the time that
the r err has heretofore regularly conic on.
KOI.OX Is the prciitcst cier.
This Is the first Miinincr In fifteen years thnt I Imvc en
Joyed freedom from n It neks of the disease.
I lime rerninmendrd KOI.OX to over n dozen victims
of liny I'cvrr, nil of whom now sing Its praise.
Cordially, OTTO IIKNIIY HAIUIAS.
The "Variety," Times Sonnre. New York.
For Tiny Fever nnd Asthma ICOLOX is effective in
twenty-four hours; relieves entnrrh at once. For sale by
druggists, $1, 50e, 'Joe, or call on or write us for free
KOLOX CO., 1328 B'way, N. Y.
ANTZEN ANNUAL CLEARANCEl
The final chonce for this season to buy shoes ot such
reduced prices. Now is your time to get ncquanited with
the high grade, well-made children's shoes in our stock,
nnd save on their regular prices.
I. .into nu.r,n
row twill hn.
(l..-0 li. Xlli
Ailcor Our Hook "Tht Abut to IhtlltJ Tvt"
NO UltANCII STOUI Our onlr ndilrrss
660 Sixth Ave., Above 38th St.
CiiMtom llontmakrr (her "0 Vrarn.
THREE MONTHS REPRIEVE
GRANTED TO THIRSTY
of tlio rrtiortrrt death of I.Ictlt, Aim I'.
Window of Itlvi-r Korrst. Ill , an Atner.
Irnn ii Inn in, l.i l.ickltK. llca h iarti .
of the Am-rlcnn ,M.ilinri Su Iih lin.i
not linn !!!. !t r .WI-m th- ripo-t lint
ho was killed nor has tho Amerlci'i Itrd
Cross received any nilvlrrs. Lieut.
Wlnslow wus reported killed In inrl.J
n!itlnic last wnk. He wus formerly .
member of thr Kren. h lisrnilrllL-.
Leaders in Scnaie Agree b
Postponing Dale for Stopping
Sale) of Liquor.
WASHINGTON. Auu. 20. A llino
months rrprh'va fur llituors Jias brr.i
gained, roirnnlless of what action tho
Kctinto tak.M on the bono dry amend
ment. Cndcr tho original nmemlmcnt,
tho sale of all lhiuor would liaso.
ceased Jan. 1, but the new plan post
pones tho day until April 1, Willi n
similar dispensation for tho manufue
turo of beer and wine, which was t
ccaso fs'ov. 1.
No action can bo taken until tlio
Scnato reconvenes. Thcro is likely to
be considerable discussion nnd It may
be well In September boforo final in -Hon
Is taken. Hut dry leaders hnvo
agreed thut tho old dates should bo
moved ahead three months, giving tho
same tlmo ot grace as was originally
llcyoml that thcro Is little hopo for
tho thirsty union tlio war ends by
Jan. 1. Ono dry Icnifjr to-day pre
dicted a, majority of 18 when tho
voto Is taken.
TURK CONFIRMS BECKER.
(ionriljl Snj (irrninnr Tried
Ilrllie Ills ita Aurnrj.
R.illh nmirilll. former hpnd of tho
Ottoman Telegraph Agency, to-doy ,
conllrmed the stntcmcnt Issued 6unUny ,
by Deputy Stato Attorney CIiiicmI
lli'ckor r-ir.'irdinir nttt'iiiuts mildo by tint
German Ambassador In Constantinople
to corrupt tho Turkish prrss even be
fore the outbreak of tho war. I
forced to llco for his llfo after he had
refused to accept bribes to inuKa Ills
agency nn Instrument of German
.Mr. H5ourIJl said:
"What .Mr. Decker stated rcgndlng
attempted corruption made by the Ger
man Ambassador In Constantinople,
both beroro nnd after war wis de
clared. In regard to tho Ottoman Tele-,
graphic Agency, of which I was prcel
dent, was absolutely true."
'Wlnslow'a Dentil Not Confirmed.
l'AIUH. Aug. 20 Olllcial conDrmntlou
West 42nd Street Between 5lh and 6th Accnucs West 43rd Street
Save or Slave! Buy War Savings Stamps.
To Close Out, Wednesday,
Women's & Misses' Pumps & Oxfords
Formerly sold up to $8.00 a pair,
A group of very smart lasts to select from, in all leatlicrs.
IIocls ranging from low military to inch Louis XV.
All sizes but not in every style.
Clearance of Philippine Handmade
Night Gowns & Envelope Chemises
I laud-embroidered in elaborate designs,
at $2.10 and 2.85
Values up to $3.95
Rite Hite Wardrobe Trunks, $29.75
Fibre covered, open top model, containing ten garment
hangers, four tlrawers, hat compartment and shoe pockets.
Size 40x22x22 inches. Formerly sold for $35.00
Army Lockers at $13.50
Hegulnlion mo, filire covered lockers
with trny; reinforced corners
and strong locks.
Dress Trunks at $19.75
Covered and hound with hard fibre;
interior has one deep tray ami one
dress tray; size iiOx K) inches.
$48.00 Wardrobe Trunks, at $39.75
Fibre covered, large size waxlrobe trunks, containing 12 hang
em, five drawers, hat box, shoe pockets and laundry bag.
Size 45x23x22 inches.
During the August Sales of
FURNITURE AND RUGS
Consideration of Fall house furnishing needs is ad
visable, as prices will 'be much higher next month.
does wonders for sick skins
A skin that 1 rough, reddened,
blotched or disfigured by eczema, sore
spots, or other eruptions, needs at
tention. Let Resinol Ointment help you to
pet rid of these annoying, unsightly
affections of the skin.
Resinol Ointment contains .lcdlc.
in.Il agents that act directly upon the
skin, heal its hurts and helpjt to keep
healthy and attractive.
Resinol Soap aids and quickens the
action of Resinol Ointment.
At mil Jriltri,
Uptown Stores : Downtown Store:
3rd Ave. & 121st St Park Row & Chatham Sq.
Sharing the Pleasures of a
Arc you proud to show your home to your friends and invite
them to share your home pleasures? Thnt is the acid test of the use
fulness and value of your home.
Why not have a beautiful home that is a joy to live in and a
source of admiration to your friends? You need not touch your savings
or "lay away" money each week until you have "enough saved."
Cowpcrthwait & Sons will allow you to select any furniture you
may need to "revitalize" the" appearance of your home and will accept
small weekly or monthly payments stretched over a period of a year
and a half.
Don't let the question of ready money stand in the vay of your
enjoying a beautiful home that you can be proud to open to your
friends. Your credit is as good to Cowpcrthwait & Sons as your cash.
Open Saturday Evenings CotxjfajLumjCt SimA
II ::: 11
Fumed Oak Library Set
ricturo yourself slttlns In one of thoso thrco clmrmlni?
lUmci! OilK ptC'CCH. 1 ury urr llinci
uiilwlsli ri'il In Kpnnlsh Drill. I'rlco only.
rumnl oak pieces. They are will mnilo throughout mi'l 1 O. ij U
Miuiy other pieces of alinllnr iunllty at equally low prices
Summer Rugs at
Special Prices j
24x36 Rao Ruq (Hit or Mli).... -M
30xb0 " " " J -55 1
36x72 " " " HJi
4-6x7-6 Gr.-m Ruo (Jap.meie). . .4.25
6-0x9-0 " " " - - --9? ,
SOxlO-0 " " " ...8.7b
China Matting Det Grade)
a yard, .55
36 In. Ran Carpet a yard. 85
22-2 In. Rao Carpet Hall Runner
a yard, .59
27 In. Linoleum Stair (matting
pattern) a yard, .60
Oil Cloths Square yard 65
50 Cents a Week
Pays for This Genuine
I.ct us do
I Kit I Ii i .
Ii ii ii t nnui'i
( o I u m Ij'h
ii t n lie
Do cents n weekatnl them In no
exlrii cluir;i fitr credit '
Tim prim of thlH model ih $33 SO
with fi Ilouhln I)Ie Hccorils (13
lections) tho total CJ7 (!()
-ost is only $0.OU
Sale of Summer
Here's n mcmt't
of tlio Kaltex family
which wo iiki now
lllriK out at un
usually low prices
This rocker Is ft flno
looltlnB piece. It has
a Iihihi) cuiihlon nnd
s p r I n (T seat. The
hark p.inel mid seat
ir covered In tap
estry. Tho price
of this rocker Is
Many of thete Kaltex pieces
equally low prices.
Pledge to Buy W. S. S. Regularly
COWPERTHWAIT & SONS
"Oldest turniture House in America"
3rd Ave. & 121st St.
Downtown Store: 193-205 Park Row.
Uetwecn Brooklyn Bridge Sub. Station & Clistlism Sq. "L" Station
50 Piece Dinner Set
A rcmarknbln vniun At our it(Ul
A lame wirirlt nf Othrr C hlnn Hrtn.
It n I
poriaii at Waeamaker
Store Hours 10 A. M. to 4.30 P. M.
9 f 1
The Wnnamaker Bus for Wanamaker patrons makes continuous
trips from 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. from the new 7th Avenue subway,
Christopher street station, to the store and return stopping at
Hudson tube station, 6th avenue "L" and 5th avenue. Nq charge.
The Great Annual
SALE of FURS
$125,000 for Less than $100,000
A Double Appeal
PATRIOTISM Every woman who wears u fur gar
ment this winter releases needed wool for our soldiers
and sailors. . . . THRIFT Every woman who
buys furs in this Sale saves at least 25 per cent.
Patriotism and thrift aside, this is a Sale that will delight tho
feminine heart. The furs are exquisite. The wolves are fine as
foxes. The skunk is wonderfully soft. The heaver, as one fur expert
put it, is "so nice and clean." The Hudson seal how the hand
lingers over it.
Picked pelts, every one. And carefully matched. We shall
have to pay more to replace these furs with others of equal quality, if
you buy them all- as you probably will.
Every piece of fur in the Sale is new. All were made up to our
order for tho winter's business. Every new fashion is here - bell
skirted coats, flare sleeves, the new combinations of furs squirrel
with mole, with Hudson seal (dyed muskrat), with nutria, fox with
mole, mole with kolinsky, etc.- the short cape-like swing-back coat
that fits in the front the bag muff, etc.
Terms- 25 per cent, of purchase price now, storage without
charge if desired, until November 1.
The Fur Coats 30 to 48 in. Long
The New Khnrt Cnatt i veil ns the Long
leopard cat $Q5 to 'm Nutria $1110 to $27f5
Muskiat $17.n0 to $210 Raccoon $135 to $210
Leopard $260 to $365
Marmot $G0 to $120
Taupe nutria $150 to $215
Muskrat $155 to $215
Plain caracul $175
Caracul, skunk collar
and cuffs $210
Hudson seal (muskrat)... .$150 to $285
- squirrel trimmed $200 to $300
- beaver trimmed $235 to $265
- skunk collar and cuffs,
$225 to $385
Taupe squirrel $235 to $325
Neckpieces, Muffs and Dyed Fox Sets
$6.75 to $95
Muffs barrel, cnnlccii, suildlc, mill hat!
with stole fronts, ftminre collars . .Fox nut
Nutria $11.25 to $21
Raccoon.... $13.50 to $35
Squirrel. .$22 to $45
Skunk $22 to $55
Heaver $26.50 to $41.50
Mink $26 to $87.50
Mole $32.50 to $85
Jap. fox .... $30
$23.50 to $275
$22 to $200
$23.50 to $36.50
shnpc.v . .Ties, ntolcii, shoulder cnpc, enpei
k aiilmnl slinpcil scurfs, round fancy muffs.
... . "". Neckpiece .
Hudson seal..$13.25 to $3 1.50 $8.75 to $137.50
i aupe nutria.!!) to $l(.).r0
Raccoon $18 to $27.50
Hlack wolf.. . $23.50 to $32
Rlacklynx.. .$22 to $65
Jap. minkT. .$23.50 and $27.50
taupe wolf . . .$2-1.50 to $35 $20
Sable squirrel$30 to $-15 $20
Taupe squirrel$28 to $45 $20
Kolinsky $50 to $100 $60
$15 to $105
$1G to $20
$18.50 to $35
$25 to $120
$50 to $100
The Dyed Fox Sets Good!
Kamschatka. .$100 to $175. Taupe v $87 to $138. Pointed silver. .3125 to $180
Georgette. $127 t$l55. Blue. $135
The ubovc In the New Fur Salons, Second floor, Old Building.
Down-Stairs Store Has a Fur Sale, Too
These Down-Stairs furs are of selected pelts, carefully fashioned so that thoy look expensive
and soft and luxurious- and yet they are really very inexpensive. We have had our experts
examine all of them so that we are sure of their quality. "
Fur Scarfs, $10 to $42.50
Natural fox, $10 to $13.75.
Natural raccoon, $1.1.60 to $24.60.
Cat lynx, $12.60, $1.1.76, $17.50.
Skunk d y o (1 raccoon, $i:i.50,
$16.50, $20, $24.00.
Japanese rross fox, $22.50, $27.50.
Silvered Patagonia fox, $17.50,
Illiirk dyed fox, $lfi.C0 to $.15.
Natural fkunk, $20, $;i2.50, $35.
Stoics and Cape Effects
Illack cat lynx, with brushed tails,
"dat'lynx stoles, 72 in. lonR, $.17.50.
Of Hudson Seal (dyed muskrat);
cape effect. $10.76.
Shaped stole, 51 in. Ion. $25.
Stole, 02 in. long. $.12.60.
Cape effect, $.16.
Stole, 72 in. Iohb. $t2.50.
The Muffs, $12 to $32.50
Natural raccoon, $14.60 to $20.
Japanese cron fox, $22,60 V
Illack dyed lynx cat, $13.50 to
Skunk dyed raccoon, $14.50 to $20.
Natural Patagonia fox, $12.
Silvered Patagonia, $17.60, $21.75.
Illack dyed fox, $22.50.
Natural skunk, $.12.50.
Taupe dyed Patagonia fox, $17.50,
Hudson Seal (dyed muskrat),
$1 .1.75 to $22.60.
Natural nutria, $12.60.
Taupo dyed nutria, $111.75.
Natural opossum, $17.60.
Fur Coats, $57.50 to $210
$57.50 blended Marmot coat, 30
$00.50, blended Marmot coat, 40
$105, blended Marmot coat, 40
inches long, with tnupo dyed nutria
shawl collar and cuffs, and slashed
pockets, edged with nutria.
$115, natural muskrat coat, 40
Inches long, with seal dyed muskrat
shaul collar nnd cuffs.
$140, Hudson Seal (dyed muskrat),
30 inches full sweep.
$175, natural muskrat coat, 40
inches long with collar, cuffs and
borders of seal dyed muskrat.
$200, Hudson Seal (dyed muskrat),
42 inches long, deep sailor collar,
$210, Hudson Seal (dyed muskrat),
46 inches long, belted generously
full. Old Huildlnu.
For S dws longer, every piece of furniture in the Wanamaker Store
may be bought at 10 to 50 per cent, reduction on former prices.
For ti days longer, in the Al'GL'ST FURNITURE SALE, you may
buy any piece of furniture you need - or are going to need for any room
in your homo and save $10 to $50 on every $100 you invest.
For s days longer, you may fill your furniture requirements from the
largest-in-the-country stock of furniture of par quality at under par prices.
7,000 pieces on the floors From n $2 chair for $1.75 to a $3,400 bedroom sulto
of 12 pieces for $1,700. All woods Orent variety of styles Simple furniture at
moderato prices The best group of medium-priced furniture we ever had in a sale. . .
And the finest cabinet-made furniture, fit for the fimst of homes , .All 10 to 60 per
cent, reduced in price. .
ruth, Slith and Seventh Galleries. rJtrr BuildiaSJ-