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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1921.
under the treaty that followed th amilstlco? America Ivi.s tnale It clear that alio doesn't Intend to Intcrex rno In ICuro l'!in dlcpuli'M to ntiMt tier Influence In mutters th.it :ir" aivonutllalicil facts ns liotwit ii lln oilier hwi!s. but f ho does Inslwt that America shall never ho (oiMtUK'i'i-d as liavltiK I'wt any rights srrowlnR out ot. the European war when thnnc rights In any way affect tlio Interests of tho United .St.ito.i. a hanker of Stone Harbor, N. J.. wa to-dsy comanlttrd to the Tombs rrlrou uilhont bu.ll. oharccd with cninil lar- eony ty the Otiui.inty Tni&t Company tif Now York, willch allrRrd taut he hid Where There Is Jutlicc, Co-opcralion, Kctmomy nnd Energy, There Is Service, James McCreery & Co. untamed from vt ji.Mf" on woriniwi checks. The eht-ok were drawn to the older of Iou A llanln. formerly an employee of th trtil company, but later crnsril of rirttlntr f I.1IOO ii n Wnrlh Irs ClirrUn, (Jcirat- If tin licit, n'lo mU lie vh employed by Unlink 5th Avenue 34th Street (Coulinuod I'Yom Klrst Pise) mi A n m whither the Treaty of VrrsMlles was , latlflcd or not. Hlnre the I'nltid SUIch ban decided to stand on that ground, It Isn't ncecssaiy to auk the I Allies to ngrrc to the principle. Sec retary ltuslus enunciated the doc trine early In the HardlnK Admin's tmtion when be Insisted In u formal ntte to all the powers that America I tirrlvc her rlKhls not out of an ycat.v but out of her participation to the war. lie stated this principle I p th Yap case and tlrlu.illy nil t lie I towers have ncUlescd In that po-j tc Kiuon, inonun it ts true their aetin- I WMPfm, l Milt C IIS l I tnil 1 I l (tlfftM.n.l I and may it be ihc basis for vury InK inlerpi ct.itlons. The L' tilled Stale has notillcd thi I Xlhea of the kind of a treaty slv Is j negotiating with Germany. T '. i ' s ' Ui6 courteous thine, to do and do -sn r Imply that America wmils the per- mission of the Allien I' Hinpiy m .ins that America is nut i. tempting hi' take herself out nl ,.i ' llled ff-vup : sltnplj because she llml. il necm.'ary tu make a sp et.il pcnci 1 1 city Willi Ucrutuii) at .1 n land il.ilr As for the AIIum, howcer, thy rip quu-iiuu rtiiiaius u to wlielliei uuy lime or u.oc, nut nciLpud the doc trine u! prior .lit, hi wim inn., pn. . I ieswlon k 'Hi; n,l'. of the. nriu stice. A ccuuin c iiiiiiuiiicjUiiii miii 1 i lie I Council ii. to I. .iiu ul Nation? 11 it I Ions ao :i 1.1.1 in 111 j ulil.,ule of tile punu's Tec t'ulUK i ,as tined to eon-iuo! lue iiue.itiot; 0 uiainiaie.:. particular! i'ie ',up nun latu. t'.ie Council divikd t iiui tn.HMiitic.11 as ue allocation of iIiiuhIuuj look pice uc fore the I.imkw- iuii. una. 11 bcnmivcs the principal Allied and Associated Power:, to settle tile dmpiuc llisi. This is taken hue to itu.ui tnal toe I 1 League uf .Nations as tile ui.iy wlncli Interprets the Vi rs.ulle.s treat lias i-tn etlect said that It will not claim jurlst'letlon uvei m.ttti ra occinrini: prior to thf first meeting o, tin League and will look to the principal Albeu and s.-i)iiaieii I'ower.-- for de cisions un tbi 'i puln'.s. Tnl exjiiains tt. sijme extent wb Freiident Haitlini urdereil Ainb.iv sador Ilarey to lepiesent ihe United ht.it . i,i ill. .-iiipii .m ( juir 1. whiea Is composed exactly 01 the principal Alllid alio as.m'i i.itcd 1'iiHMr.". In Hie Supreme Council hencelortb will America raisi! all ipKtions which may relate to mandates or r. irt 1 t.s which otlur 110WLIK claim under the 1 Veis.illles pact. . Instead of .1 treaty with fjcrmany ' formally lodi;,r. all tliese rlbUs In I the 1 ..it ,1 .-i .e . . , i bivei nine 1, , here piet'ei-s to eotridor that the rishts already ate vcht d In the prln eip.il Allied and Vo ialed Powers an 1 t' in ' ilrs eioiv need be done uhout that until a speciiic dispute nrlsea, when the Unit d SUit s will ndnpt tli '1 i.il - . i.i- t,i.e.i In the Ya;i inenibite ease. Acinic)--110 .1 tin p.isltiou tak-n by the I n led St itc.- on the Yap mandate h. s betn irtorrnally Indi cated bv Cirv.it Urltain, Prance and Italy After the Yap controeei) i cleared up, it '.s nut unlikely that Japan w"l acouiesci in the brond principle that tnenc.i is entitled to be consulted in regard to all qucs . tlon.s In Pie iMirld rehillns in any jJ'ay to the j.-i:int.s of authority r ' liJowor made b f ierman. to tlir jf'irouii snimn n.s the principal llied i nnd A.ssociated Power 1. ( Other nations may not innied. if',' aftree 10 America ! position tint tiie United States is poms: ahead on the assumption that they do and hi." plven the Allied powers an opportu nity to protest or object il' thev wish. America didn't exactly ask the !!er powers thnr ii' but stated plainly the eouive thai was to l,e pursued rnd of course if forr'nn Ciovertiment.'. do not object dlplotn.iey considers that silence si cs eutient It is prrclsi 1 (bat delicate sta which the ncpitlationi have reached, Do tbr AM is feel that Artier ca a u participant in the war Is entllb I to the Kline rights, uinb r the armis tice as America would have hail BONWIT TELLER & CO. Continue the August Sale of Fashionable Furs Superlative in Fashion Supreme in Value An Exposition of Fur Fashions SURPASSING in quality, superseding in elegance, this collection of fur wraps and coats faithfully reflects the .master piccuctions of the foreign cieators and authentically ti-tablkrcs the fur rr.cdc for the season of 1921-1922. TAbPL CARACUL FITCII EASTERN MINK PLATINUM CARACUL ERMINE BROADTAIL MOLESKIN SABLE HUDSON SEAL U. S. GOVERNMENT ALASKA SEAL Established at the moment of its Introduction The Vogue' of The "Trotteur" Fur Coat At 80.00 to 185.00 Less During August, 1921, Than August, 1920 NATURAL ML'SKRAT COATS 36 inches long Augutt 1923 price 225.09 125.00 AUSTRALIAN OPOSSUM COATS 36 inches long August 1920 price 295.00 185.00 NATURAL BLACK MUSKRAT COATS 36 inches long August 1020 price 265.00 185.00 MOLESKIN COATS 36 inches long August 1920 price 350.00 235.00 HUDSON SEAL COATS 36 inches long August 1920 price 350.00 245.00 NATURAL SQUIRREL COATS 36 inches long Augu.it 1920 prire 550.00 395.00 40-INCH LENGTH HUDSON SEAL COATS NATURAL SKUNK COLLAR AND CUFFS August 1920 Price 450.00 265.00 BONWIT TELLER UCO. FIFTH AVENUE AT 38 STREET I Hi- 1 1 M ALL DAY MA fgg MIDSUMMER SALE of DRESSES DOTTED SILK GEORG ETTE DRESSES. .$18.00 VALUE, Friday and Saturday Only $20 FLOWERED GEORG- ETTE DRESSES. Friday and Saturday Only F L A N N E L S P O R T SKIRTS, $12-$I5 VALUES. Friday nnd Saturday Only WHITE SATIN SKIRTS, $7.00 VALUE, Friday and Saturday Only IMPORTED ORGANDIE & DOTTED SWISS DRESSES, $8, $10 and $12 VALUES, Friday and Saturday Only $5.00 GINGHAM DRESSES, ASSORTED CHECKS AND PLAIDS, Friday and Saturday Only $3.00 N E T G U I M P E WAISTS, PETER PAN COLORS, Friday and Saturday Only $3.00 GUIMPE DRESSES, - t ALL POPULAR COLORS, I II Friday "and Saturday Only X ! $1.75 VALUE FANCY VOILE AND LAWN WAISTS. Friday and Saturday Only OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY I IMUM AHN i.AL S LL I mew yok eirr 'GUST FURNITURE 25 to 50 OFF w.r l;",yr,.e",.f.L'1" Applies Eve. ywhere within 150 mllei, of New York. ..-.. nHu.uMcmi jna nomes on Weekly or Monihlv P.,vinn. r $10.51 il a en ill 5.50 I'M tea 3.95 IP 1 A i- Mi II ; rocker ft' f1' In Ouartered' I', ' , 1 ?q8ir.;w,th,M,-vi1, d LLtU Leather -"'A I I . 0. a$ ihjs. -f'l "-.ited. Lnrq acm i , Mk R'B Q7 fwl ATUnDAY AA XU.t. lAll- Cl M SATURDAY Kv I BkT I fl Ik ki a , d ssssass fsssssss. 'ss 'fr'sSSfssssssfysssfssrfssssssssjssfj ssm x ' vNj a mr m "ff" a CT rye Srnl m August Columblj and Cortlnn Forelan Language Records on Sale. Cotumbl.i Grafonoltb from t30 Up on Our Easy Pnyment Plan. All Goods Marked In Plain Figures. Motor Truck Deliveries, SEWING MACHINES ON CREDIT UP TO lt0 Psn Only Mon, Evenings During August. 'X 730-752 EIGHTH AVE. MM McCrvcry Qualil; Merchandise, as Advertised, on Sale Rcyinning Friday, August 5th. Telephone Filz Roy 300 tt Famous (her Half a Century Mc Creery Silks Special for Friday Baronet Sport Satin Lustrous a n d beautiful Sports Satin, in While. If I a c k and all colors. yunl, 2.95 titrcpnd Floor) CLEARANCE! Misses' and Wo men' s Skirts We have marked for immedi ate clearance all our Summer Skirts of Silk, Cloth and Cotton. Among the Silk Skirts are beauti ful sports Silks, Crepe de Chines and novelty materials; among the woolen, fine Serges and Flannels. Plain or pleated models in a varied assortment of eolors in eluding white and flesh color. 8.75, 12.75 u"d 15.00 formerly 12.75 lo '-'1.75 Cotton Skirts also reduced propor tionately. (Fourth Fluo ) Women's Sweaters Attractively Priced A sweater is so much a part of a woman's costume nowadays that it has become an essential, and these of Thread and Fibre Silk, at decidedly lower prices, will prove exceptional values. Thread Silk Swrnlers, Tuc.li' style, with bush and roll collar. Wirti; range of colors. Fancy weaves. formerly 15.05, 12.95 Fibre Silk Sweaters, Tuxedo rno.l cl ; very fine quality. Tic sn.sh. formerly 10.50, 7.95 Shetland Weave Worsted Sweat i is, with Tuxedo collar and tie s.'i.sh. Special, 3.50 i Fuurlh Fluor) Skibo Tweed Suits For Misses Radically Reduced 12.75 All our Skibo Tweed Suits, lined with silk, in a loose or belted model, have been marked for im mediate disposal. Tan, Brown or Blue. (Fourth Floor) Gingham Dresses for the Miss Specially Priced at 4.95 Through a special purchase of a manufacturer's surplus slock, we arc enabled lo mark these frocks at the remarkably low price of 4.05. Karlicr in the season these identical froeks sold for from two lo four dollars above this sale figure. These dresses are most practical, and are made of a good quality Gingham, cither cheeked or plaid, in all kinds of charming color com binations. For trimming there are bias folds, buttons and collars and cull's of while Picpie or Organdie. (UUtca' Siction, Fourth Floor) Jewelry Twinkling With Color Reduced Imported Bar Pins 25c formerly f0c, 75c:, 1.00 These Hut Fins which were .splen did values at their former prices were sold to us at a .sacrifice. They represent a rhoice of twenty or more different patterns, platinoid finished, and mounted with rows of Rhinestones, Sapphires, Kineruldj, Pearls or combinations of colored stones. Novelty Bead Necklaces 1.00 formerly 1.50 lo -VJ;" To-day, no frock is complete without a bead necklace There fore, in order that you muy sceuio any you may desire, at a low price, we made a special purchase of 1,000 imported cut crystal ueeklaee.. Ited, which is ny far the most popu lar color, predominates in the assortment. (Uain rioor) Woolen Dress Goods Specials Two practical woolen fabrics have been reduced for Friday only --materials suitable for coals, frocks or separate skirLs. All Wool Jersey Cloth, dress weight; plain or heather mixtures; in all fashionable eolors. 64 inches All Wool French Twill Dress Serge, Navy Blue or Mack. Firmly woven; recommended for durabil it V. Sponced and shrunk. 5 V inches wide, formerly -.50, yard, 1.65 wide. formerly 'J.!5, yard, 1.75 (Herons Flao'i Hats of Duvetyn are the Newest for Immediate Wear 6.95 5M One model has a soft rolled off-thc-face brim, while another is an adap tation of the Turn style. They arc very comfortable for early Fall wear, and be coming to near.y all types, liotli dark and light eolors arc used, with many delighl II" original combinations. Embroidery is used to trim a few. (Third Floor, Annnx) 7 i V NEW YORK ( v i tar