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Wit shUIUI Wfl W THE - EVENING WORLD WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER-3,-' v1 jjiFFE MAW-HUNTER' Sir Edward. "life hunted Earl Kitchener, Field Marshal Vlacount French, VJa- Snappiest, Zippiest, Jazziest, Is Sergt. Robbie Burn's Bazooka Hint an Absentee cvuni jeinccw, viscount amner ana j. Austin Chamberlain, and more recently Premier Lloyd George. I have thought th a over, and I believe I have found a aolutlon to the question. It la to make Vlacount Northcllffe Prime Mlnliter." Heir Zealand Parliament notifies Peace Treaty. WELLINGTON. Kew Zealand, Tues day, Sept. 2. The Peace Treaty with Ucrmkny waa .unanimously ratified to day by Parliament after members of the Labor rariy had criticised the pact. JOHN - WANAMAKER . . Uiy CtlUlU f' v EJuFABl 8( ISebt. S. Sir Edward f!r- 'sonj-ln bpokig- a now &nUHome Itula CAmt&Jcn H-4. last night, mid a a fierce attack ip4 Viscount 'JforUiellfte, ths newspaper proprietor, whom ho atled ai "the pretest absentee Irish capital ist and tho featcst example of an Irish man: who todcr the Union haa made untold weah Jn England." "Hadeag lovaa man hunting." aald Broadway at Ninth, Nw York Store HourjBrO to 5,30 Crinolines and hoops in the new dance frocks Tcei si lm .TheSvmmor Beverage "Par Excellence tts So Refreshing gind. Has Th'eit Exquisite Flavor UaWji KrihM lastlnncwr aiA TWVK" WRTTTtP. Yott tin 10 or 15 cents every time you shlae your own shoes. AtfM la a few seconds with SlIMOlA HOME SET. BUCK TAM WHITE OX-BLOOD BROWN BBaBaBaBSBaBw BBaBaBaViBaBBaBaBW The United States Marino Corps Melody Six la (or are) back from Eu rope, Including Scrgt. Robert Burn and bazooka. Tho bazooka is tho last word In Jazz. Scrgt JJurn Invented It, and plays It You can hear the Melody Six. In cluding; Sergt. Durn and tho bazooka, any day you want to drop around to tho Marine Corps recruiting: ofIce at No. 24 East 23d Street Lieut Harry W. Miller says they are going to bo a great help to him In tho campaign recently Inaugurated to brlnj- tho Ma rines up to authorized war strength. According to talcs told by the Ma rines, the Melody Six are tho snap plest zippiest Jazziest aggregation of tune artists In any 'brunch of Undo Sam's service. "Wo play," says nobblo Hum," ev erything from Derlln (Irving) to Mr. Beethoven and will tacklo anything except a funeral march. The outfit consists of two violins, a banjo, piano, drum and tho bazooka." The bazooka. It may bo added, can bo made at home. Two pieces of gas pipe, one tin funnel, a little axlo greoso and a lot- of persovcrance, Scrgt Robert BumsMys, equal ono bazooka. CAPITAL 'COPS' TALK STRIKE. Wilt Fight Orders That They Must , Ileala-n From Union. WASHINGTON. Sept. J. Washln ton policemen to-day declared they will fight the order of the District of Co lumbia Commissioners- that officers must resign from a union affiliated with tho American Federation of La bor or leave the' force. Court action may bo started to pre vent the Commissioners putting their order Into effect. City officials declare that If there Is a strike by policemen, means will be found for protecting the capital, pro sumably by soldiers. Hours 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Store Open All Day Saturdays HE A Um . lIT F6urttnth StrMt West of Flttn Arnu WEDNESDAY !--: L START OF SEASON SALE LITTLE TOTS' DRESSES THURSDAY it;; '- IF TV BITE and colored frocks are included. You will wonder how tt la possible when you see those cunning frocks, so dainty and well made, we can offer them at such a price, but do riot forget that the magic of Hearn merchan dising and policy of mod erate profits make possible these bargains. I 1.11 ( Our reg. $1.97 Presses of nainsook, lawn, dotted SWISS AND VOILE trimmed daintily with lace and . embroidery, colored stitching and colored lawn sashes h 0 months to 0 years. PRESSES, OF GINGHAM AND CHAMBRAY Em- I pire and belted models trimmed with contrasting col 1 orcd material some with fancy stitching little pock ets u monins to o years. 1.54 !. Our reg. $2.89 DRESSES OF NAINSOOK, BATISTE, VOILE AND SWISS trimmed with lace, embroidery and ribbon hand smocked and hand stitched 0 months to 0 years. BLOOMER DRESSES ginghams and chambray very dainty styles, simply trimmed hand smocked mod els with and without bloomers 0. months to 0 years. See also our 3 column Back-to-School Sales on Page 19. Swirl of dances which make a glorious end to tho young woman's all-too-short summer vacation arc far too important for tag-end-of-thc-scason frocks. Fashion fdeas as to silhouette, which are certain to remain, should bo introduced to herald in the season ahead of us. This daring' frock by Lanvin, called "Cassa nova" after tho Italian adventurer, suggests our new dance frocks. Hoops which recall Goya's Spanish beau ties of by-gono ' days, will play tin important role in evening frocks. Drawing received from Paris, tSoicIno to 14s noopiitff of skirt n a neto black tafftta and lace evening gown by X,antHit. Crinolines, hoops, panniers have been borrowed from demure young girls and gay French courts of long ago. Wasp waists of thoso days, too, is sug gested to accentuate tho bouffant skirts. Radium, taffeta, net, lace, satin, and now and then gorgeous bro cades, are used in these frocks. Colors express every mood from the most brilliant and gay to a mouscllk quiet Wide range of prices can suit any pocket book. $29.76, $37.60, $42.60, $62.60, $06, $79.60 to $176. Second floor, Old Building. , Simple, well-groomed smart little hats Specially purchased from a manufacturer who was eager to,' begin his Autumn season, which enables us to mark them at the , moderate price of $14. They arc those simple, smart and well-groomed little hats that de pend upon good material and clever simplicity of design for their effect large, i in The nurchaso includes small nnd medium shaDCS panno velvet, panno and Lyons velvet combinations, and in smart taffetas. , Ostrich trimmings and glyccr- incd ostrich are featured, and be sides these tho soft breast and wing trimmings, becoming to tho matron. . Thero nro some becoming draped turbans tho sort that look so well with tailored scrgo OUIU1 UIIU UUWA i Light taffeta facings, in rose, i old blue and beige distinguish 1 others First floor, Old Building. ' Prettiest dinner setp ofAmericdiiporpelairi IN THE CHINA SALE "Why should I buy imported chinn," said a woman yesterday, "when I can get such a pretty dfamer set of American porcelajn in your September sale for $15?" Tho porcelain Is quite light in weight And thin. It is made from tho samo sort of clay as English porcelain sets. Shapes are standard Patterns are very pleasing. Don't know whether we shall bo able to natisfy tho month's demand for thorn Judging from tho first day's sales, Wo opened tho sale with More than a thousand sots, $13.50 up at savings of jip to 40 per cent. They come from 10 of the best potteries in the United States. Enough variety in pattern to satisfy virtually everybody. Three at $16 the set (every set, by the way, has 107 pieces, and sample sets nro laid outr each on a long table, so that you may see at a glance how it will look on your dining table). Set with coin gold handles for as little as $25. Second Gallery, New Bldg The Housewares Sale Deeply Interests because it brings down the prices on kitchen and household necessities- 10 to 33 1-3 per cent. Necessities, remember tho things we can't do without The variety, covers every need and tho goods are our standard grades that we sell all tho.year. , 81 styles of kitchen tables will give an idea of the greatj scope' of the sale, ranging in jJrjce The FUR sale has only nine more days to run Prices are now 20 per cent .less than they, will be after the end of next weok. Everything prepared for tho coming winter is in this Advance Sale ctoata, stoles," capes, small furs. ' Hudson Seal (dyed muskrat) coats $240 to $660 Moleskin $400 to $800 . Beaver... $600, $576 Natural raccoon (good motoring coats) .'.$260, $276 Second floor, Old Building New petticoats Petticoats were never Sretticr in color and desirm. omc, of taffeta, havo llttlo shirrs, or puffings, and somo havo flounces' of two to :fivo or six tiny ruffles. Jersey petticoats arc fin ished with fringo and inter esting bow-knots, or con trasting colored pleated borders. The colors go from tho lovely soft blues and gay light orchids, tans and greens into, deep browns, greens, purples, ceriso every color one could imagine. Taffeta petticoats, $3.95 to $4.95. Mcssalino and changeable taf feta, $5.96. ' Pretty pompadour silk, $7.60. Radium, silk, $9.75. Wonderfully soft and lustrous f radium s"k, really exquisite,, $12.76. Jersey, $5.95 to $13.76. Third floor, Old Building.. A thousand pieces of baby furniture sale Wo gave tho maker a very large order. Wo got a con cession in price. Tho savings go -to ;tho mothers who buy tomorrow. - Bassinets Four models of' white wicker, ono quite new,, with Uttle.irall Ing curving Inward to prevent baby's falling out $8.96 to $21. Wheeled bed or hooded bassinet, $26; all trimmed jth beautiful pink silk, lacrs and MbhoM, ,$60. Wheeled) bassinet 'Trimmed, $65. ' Wicker baby beds pretty as one could wish,. $22.60, $32.50, $39.75,, up to $50. . Trimmed canopy bed, $150, Down mattresses i Very special, $4.95. Odd pieces A pretty corrugated clothes rack, $3.95. . Toilet seats of white enamel or oak, $1.35. A little basket without hand dies, $2.95; another with little side handles, with nrong sides and Wicker woven, $3.26. Farfcy basket with large top handle, $3.95. Good solid bottoms in. all bas kets. " Walking chairs, in oak, $1.95; in white erfamol, $2.95. Trimmed nursery baskets, $8.95 to $15. Folding bath tubs, $12.95, $1G.50. Double blankets, 75c pair. Sllkoline comforts, $2.05 e&clt. Clothes trees, $1. Wardrobes With three drawers. $10.05. With four drawers, $12.96. With six drawers, $32.60. Compartment for hanging up baby's frocks; four side drawers and two longer upper drawers, Dresden trimmed, ivory finish, $75. Ideal wicker wardrobe, with five drawers and compartment Dresden trimmed, Ivory finish, $65. Ideal wooden wardrobe, $42.60. Bureau style, a small six-drawer Dresden-trimmed dresser, $32.50. Trimmed wardrobe, $65. Tho Baby Storcw Third floor, Old Building. from $4.75 to $45. 1 , 2,700 pieces perfect ,'( aluminum ware every pieco guaranteed perfect 20. to 33 1-3 per cent leas Lipped saucepans, 2 qt, 90c. Lipped saucepans, 3 qt., $1.25. Lipped saucepans, 4 qt., $1.45, Covered saucepans, 4 qt, $1.95. Coffcopots, lHat, $2.40. Tea pot, 1 y qt, $2.95. Preserving kettle, 10 qt., $2.50. Double omelet pan, $1.46. Oval dish pan, 12 qt, $3.2C. Ri:e boilers, 2 qt., $2.60. Deep bread pans, 60c. Iloasting pans, 14H qt, $1.26. Graduated measures, 1 qt, $1,50. Tea kettles; 6 qt, $4.60. Cast aluminum ware Waffle Irons, low frame, No. 8, $3.26; high frame, No. 8, $3.60; high frame, No. 9, $4.25. Fry pans, wood handle, No. 7, $2.45. , Side handle griddle, No. 7, $2. Krcamcr's tinwnrc 10 to 25 per cent, less Pot steamers, No. 9, 00c, were $1.20. . Pot strainers, 9-inch, 80c, were 95c. Puree sieves, 10-inch, $1.40, were $1.60. Coffee boilors, 6-qt, 90c. Pudding moulds, 2-qt, G5c, were 85c. Covered buckets, 4-qt, C5c, were 70c. Half sheet graters, 20c, were 22c Deep bread pans, 10x6 inches, 40c, were 60c. Gravy strainers, 7-Inch, 50c, wcro COc. Colanders 12-inch, 80c, wcro 96c. Graduate measure, 1-qt, 35c, were 45c. .... Batter buckets, $1,50, were $2. Flour dredgers, 40c, were 50c. Applo corers, 14c, were. 16e. . Jelly sieves, 10-fnch, $1.05, wcro $1.20. Oil cans, 4-qt, 80c, wero 95c. ' Hound cake cutters, 15c, were 18c. Save $9 to $23 on oak refrigerators Shelves ore of woven wire, coated with pure tin; ico com partment is of galvanized iron; provision chamber of vitrified porcelain on stool. Apartment Uok Slyh SIzo 24 in. wide, 18 in. uecp, 53 in. high, 80 bi. ice now $30 Side tang ttyle 32 1 in. wide, 18i in. deep, 44 in. high, 75 lbs. ice, now. $40; 34 in. wide, 19 Yt in. deep, 47 in. high, 90 lbs. Ice now $54 Seventh Gallery, New Bldg. In the L AMP sale Wicker table lamps, $18.50 to $22 grades. . .... .-.$12 to $14.50 Wicker floor lamps', $2&"toT$52.50 grades. $16.50 to $36 Solid mahogany-floorlamps, $12 to $107.50 $9 to $69 Solid mahogany tablo lamps, $9 to $14 $6.75 to $10.50 (All wired complete, for electricity) Second Gallery, New Bldg. 144 Winter overcoat !4.50 A manufacturer wanted money He came to us with theso overcoats; ho wanted a quick sale We remembered how eagerly New York men took advantago of our overcoat sales last month; and we saw another opportunity for Rood service here. These overcoats are mostly for young mon sizes 34 to 40 winter weight lined to the waist double-breasted belt back slash pockets collars that button to the neck it you want them to, "Five good shades brown, green, two grays and a gray overplaid. Wo don t know what market con ditions will bo three months hence, but we do know that these are better coats than we can sell regularly for $24.60 today. 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