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J THE EVENING .WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19. 1921. 11 HousewfiSSGuide Tho llsh now In market Is largely "nearby." which Is not storage nor Iced fish, but freshly caught. This "green" fish Includes fresh supplies dally of blucllsh, haddock, striped and sea bass. Dlucflsh wholesales at, 10 to 25 cents and retails at 40 cents' per pound. Haddock costs 5 to t cents per pound wholesale and 18' cents retail; sen bass, which costs the market man from 15 to 20 cents a. pound, retails at 45 cents per pounu. ampeu uass, nnc lor baking, as tho llsh weigh from-2 to 4 pounds, la selling wholesale, IS to 25 cents a pound and 50 cents :t pound retail. Fish which conies from a distance has transportation cliaiges addod to tho wholesale price us some llsh men prefer to buy .llrect from tho ltsherlos. Salmon from Hrltlsh Co lumbia costs 10 ccnti per pound, plus expressage, wholesale, and the con sumer pays 45 cents per pound for good salmon steaks. Lobsters In boxes of 125 pounds como direct to tho retailer from Maine for 30 to 33 cent3 a pound, plus tho rxpressage. At retail, lobsters cost 60 cents a pound live,' and C5 cents cooked. Smelts aro now selling wholesale 20 to 25 cents a pound, nnd letall at 45 cents a pound. Cod wholesales from S to 10 cents and retails at 30 cents per pound. Good halibut costs tho consumer 45 cents per pound and .the retailer 15 to 20 cents per pound. Flounders nro cheap when small, costing 15 to 23 -cnts per pound, but when they nro large enough to mas quqrado as filet or solo they cost the consumer 60 cents a pound. Wholesale they aro worth S to 12 cents per pound. Oysters are In good supply nnd the ilzeand the price aro pleasing. Oysters of frying size cost 30 to 35 cents a dozen and the small slzu can be bought for 20 and 25 cents a dozen re tail. Wholesale, per barrel, oysters cost $1.75 to $3.73. The season lor chuus Is about over, but clams, spe cial, are selling In one market on tho east side for C3 cents a quart lusknt. Frogs legs are bringing 55 to 73 cents a dozen, retail, according to size. Mushrooms are plentiful, the ton.- of tho market being weak. Whttt-s ;.if selling, wholesale, 3 pound l.i-.k, t, $1.23 to $1 50; buttons, per "i poun 1 b-is- gp3lil Special for Wednesday and Thursday Only! Sale of 375 Plain and Fur Trimmed BOLIVIA and NORMANDIE COATS More Than 250 with Genuine Fur Collars of AUSTRALIAN or BLACK OPOSSUM, AVOLFand NUTRIA! Bolivia Coat Wolf Fur Trimming $35 HAMILTON GARMENT CO. 307 Fifth Avenue, Near 31st Street Our Entire Fifth Avenue Iluilding Exclusively to- Wvmen's Men RinfeFinePurmiure TEX ,.,Your knowledge I LI J " .. . t -rfol "r m f ! 3j-niiart ket, 75 cents (o Jl. At retail ill" whites sell for S3 cents to mr pound, tho large buttons ut SO to 00 cents, th small buttons from 50 to 75 cents. Tho market Is not yet well supplied with new honey nnd innple products, and the demand is low. Honey, clo.o in comb, wholesales 20 to 30 cents; ex tractfd. 8 to 11 cents; buckwheat, ex tracted, 7 to 9 cents. Itctall honey In tho comb, 15-ouncc box. costs 50 conn Strained honey sells 15 counces for 40 cents, while u 3-iouiid can Is worth SO cents. Maple sugar, this year's yield, wholesales 9 to 13 cents per pound and u pound brick retails for 40 cents. Wholesale maple syrup brings $1.23 to $1.03 a gallon and retail $3.10 a gallon. A quart can is wortli $1.10 at the retail market. 57, and Good smaller Scrapple is selling wholesalo for 11 cents n pound and 20 cents a pound retail in a west side market. Apples are arriving In heavier sup ply, chiefly from the Northwest (boxed), and Maine and Vermont (barreled), with New York "State sup plies light. Mondny 111 cars of apples arrived, some of which were to be sold at auction. Greenings nro $! to $10 per barrel, tho red varieties selling $" to $S per b'.irrel wholesale. Iteds were retailing as low as1 40 cents per pound, with other varieties still, ro tail, nt 3, 6, 0 and 10 cents each. Tho markets are showing vegetables In good condition nnd of lower price In the Instance of beans, cauli flower and . spinach. Green bean;. wholesale, .Jei.sojs, per' basket, 7 cents to $1.50, nnd Virginia wax beans, per basket, 50 cents to $2.50, These retail for 10 and 15 cents .i pound. C.iulifluwer. whll" nut of t'.vj best quality, Is lower than It has been lor some time. Long Ibland Is bring ing $1 30 and $3.f!) per No. 1 crate eulls, $1 and $1.25 per crate, whole sale, and caul i How er retails from 10 to 35 cents a head, depending upon size and condition. Splnarh Is In larg-j supply and wholesales nearby per basket, 75 cents to $1.25; lialtlmore. SI and $1.50; the consumer pays 15 cents ;t pound. I Cabbage Is In abundance. I'er bur red, cabhaue cntls $1.50 to $2.50 wholesale lor white and $1 to $4.-'.i per barrel for the Danish lis!, liotli imt the consumer 25 qents for 2 pnun Is. Hi-u.sji-Ls sprouts are of two classes, the fancy and that In poor I condition. Long Island brings 10 to 23 corns per on. ut. nnd State 15 to j 23 cents holt s-ali and retail brings 1 SO ci-iils ,i quatt basket. Carrots are .soiling wholesale, 100 ( bunches, fur $2 to $3, and retail 5 to ! 7 cents a bunch. Meets, nearby, J. 1 100 bunches, are offered tho ictaiW A Coat Sale of Most Unusual Murrains! !Si of furniture val- ues may be slight. You can imDrove it " i - The more you do, the more you are likely to buy at Flint's. Flint HarnerCp inc. 2o-26west36ths(. 'Conveniently netr Fifth Avenue" at $2 and $3; while they cost the consumer 25 cents for 2 pounds. Parsnips aro In heavy receipts, al though they have not yet ul rived it their prime. Wholesale, per barrel, hey are wortli $3.60, anil retail 3 pounds for 10 centR Kggplant, Jer sey, Is arriving In ampin supply. The 11.60 to $3.50 for bushel baskets, ,ltn half bnircl baskets bringing $3.50, Potatoes nro quiet, but tho stock In .desirable. Three cars of Malnes and two cars of Jerseys arrived Monday, with other arrivals In fair supply Malnes, p?r ISO pounds, wholesale, $3.75 to $4.25, nnd Jerseys, per 150 pound bag, (3.25. Long fslnnd, per 40 pounds, bulk, $4.75 to $5. Retail poU. toes sell at 4 and 5 cents a pound for Jerseys nnd 1Oiig Islands, but Malnes are selling as low as live pounds fo: 13 cents In the chain stores. Sweets, wholesale. Jerseys, per bn.skct, ).1' tt, $1.40; Delaware and Maryland, pei basket, $1 to $1.25, Retail sweets ran go In price from thrco pounds for 25 cents for tho better grades to thrpe pounds for 10 cents, crates, wholesale, nt $1 nnd $1.50. and the Florida, per box, $2.50 In $4. Retailors offer eggplant at 1 to 25 cents a piece. Artichokes, Call lornla, wholesale, per box, $6.50 to retail 15 to 25 cents each. green pens are offered tha consumer nt 23 cents a pound for the kind .and 33 cents for thj larger ones Wholesale peas aro bi light supply, Virginias selling chleflv Bloomingdale's Bargain Thursday Tomorrow Begins the First "BB" Day Specials NEW YORK Bloomingdale's Bargain Dag "BB" DAY! A dag destined for real bargains. Silk Overblouses $2.95 Georgette and tricoletti! over blouses in 15 dif ferent style p. Wool nnd Silk embroidered, b c a d e d, braided and fringe trimmed. Tie on, timi" and belted models. Long nnd short sleeves, round and square necks. All the popular shades of Fall Mohawk, bipque, French blue, navy, brown and black. Sizes 3G tp 4G. Sec ond Floor. Women's Wool Sports Hose, 69c u e r o y nuueu sport wool Heathers, brown, green, black and white. Main Floor. Wayne Knit Silk Hose, 89c Women's pure thread silk stockings. Variety of colors. Main Floor. Children's Wool Sports Hose, 69c Fine cashmere, ribbed. Heather mixtures. Main Floor Children's Sleeping Garments, 59c Strictly first Quality Dream Away Sleeping Garments for boys and girls. Soft cotton with drop seat and feet. Sizes 1 to 8 years. Main Floor. Misses' Fur Trimmed Winter Coats, $25 Velour de I.aine or Normandy and Silver tone with large fur collars or convert ible collars. Silk lined and interlined. Novelty pockets, belts and buttons. Navy, reindeer, brown and copen. Second Floor. Girls' Dresses, 8 to 14 Years, $2.95 Regulation and dress-up frocks. Embroidered with full pleated skirts and wide sash belts. Several styles. Second Floor. Children's Felt Comfort Slippers, 95c D a n i o 1 Green make comf ortablo felt slippers. K i d soles, p n.d d e d. Fancy designs on vamp. Sizes G to 2. Second Floor. Si Women's New Wool Skirts Very Special $3.95 All wool plaid and striped skirts spoits sand street styles. All new materials. All new shades. Ot dinarily sell for very much higher price. Waist size, 26 to 32. Jlloomingdate'a Second Floor. BERGDOLL BOX FOUND, IMPORTANT PAPERS GONE WASHINGTON', Oct. ID. The box containing Heigdoll Invontlg.ttlon nnd private i pipers, stolen from tho ofllco of Representative Johnson of Kentucky, was found early to-day on the fifth lloor of the House olllco building, broken open, with Important documents missing and completely covered with rubbish. After a hurried examination Mr. John son announced that not a Mingle slip of paper relating to tho Ilergdoll Investi gation was lift.. He culled on the Wash ington pollue to obtnln the linger prints of all of tho building police nnd work men to compare nlth llngrprlnts found or. the window pane of the olll.o wlileli I tho thieves cut any 59TII TO GOTH STREET LEXINGTON TO THIRD AVENUE in All the Store Departments! to become famous as the lime Children's Shoes, $1.67 Black calfskin finished, leather soles, broad toe caps. Sizes 8J to 11. $1.G7. Bargain Basement. ComfortShoes,$2.89 Handturncd soles low or medium heels. Black kid skin uppers, tipped or plain. Heal com fort shoes at half price. $2.8!). Bloom wgdalo'" Bargain Basement. Women's Knit Underwear, 69c Heavy ribbed cotton. Vest;" short or long sleeved, high or low neck. Tights a n d drawers of same q u aM i t y. Regular a n d ex tra sizes. Main Floor. Ribbons, 85c Yard Moire, faille, satin, brocaded satin, Dresden in many shades. G to 10 inches wide. Main Floor. Tunics Special $12.50 Tunics made of fine quality net, beaded and spangled, in black and as sorted colors. Main Floor. Misses' Dresses Special, $12.95 Canton crepe, satin, crcpo de chine, Poiret twill, tricotine and fine French Ferge materials. Silk nnd wool combi nations in smart styles. Navy, black, brown and gray. Sizes 14 to 20. Second Floor. Women's Linen Handkerchiefs, 12k All linen of cambric quality. Hem stitched border $ inch. Per dozen $1.45. Main Floor. Edges & Insertings Special, 9c Yard Embroidered edges and insertings in wide range of patterns and widths, open or shadow work. Ma'n Floor. Night Drawers, 47c Children's Sizes Outing flannel of white with colored stripes. Cut full with double stitching, drop seat and feet. Sizes 2 to G years. Second Floor, Marabou Capes $4.75 Circular shapes some with tails 5 to 8 rows of marabou. Silk lined. Black or brown. Main Floor. A Genuine Victrola Including worth of records which you may choose. .$5 Deposit Balance eay monthly payments. No interest no extras. Victor Brunswick Columbia Records i ! roor to caln entrance. T hr if tg persons who come here to-morrow the first "BB" Dag will rejoice in the hundreds of opportunities to save. 1,500 Hats Extraordinary $1.77 V jfib f J , For this big special day only. About tho greatest values we have ever off eied" Silk Velvet Zibclinc Plush Fell Sports II als Paon Velvet Sailors S uede Cloth Ready-to- Vcar Hats flnml-f,,;,,.,'. Main Vlnn r Boys' Corduroy Norfolk Suits, $6.95 Good qunlity drab corduroy, box pleated. Well made and cut extra full. Knickers full lined. Sizes 8 to 17 years. Second Floor. Figured Silk or Cotton Linings, 97c JIG inches wide. Pretty colorings, in flornl and conventional designs. Alain Floor. Sanitas Oilcloth Table Covers, 55c Sanitas Tablo Covers. Hand block printed on suede finished oilcloth. Clean with damp cloth Size 48xoG inches. Mail or telephone orders as long as lot lasts. Main Floor. Electric Iron, $3.98 G lb. size. Nickel plated, G foot c a b 1 o and con necting socket. Basement. Safety Razors, 55c Standard makes, including the Ever Ready and Star razors. Package of blades included. Neat Leatherette cases. Main Floor. Navy French Serge, $1.45 Yard 51 inches: all wool, fino twill dress weight. French sergo in true navy bluo only. Main Floor. J39 Women's Wool Sport Dresses Very Special $5 Of all jersey, in green, red, and white. Patch pockets. Piping. Belted. Dresses that ordinarily sell for aver twice this price. Special, Thursday, at $5. Installed in this m a -liogany fin ished cabinet. (Quantity is limited so Call Early! For To-morrow Only New York buys its furs at JACKMANS OCTOBER 19, 1921 Men's Trousers, Special, $3.85 Trousers nt leai than original whole sale cost. Worsteds, and enssimeres in good assortment, plain or striped ma terial. Size 2!) to 4G waist measure. Second Floor. Men's Soft Hats, Special, $2.65 One-day sales of thoso extra good hatsat$2.G5. Taken from regular stock all silk lined and in now Fall a n d Winter shapes Colors aro pearl, slnto, otter, seal, golden brown, olive and black. Sizes G'',, to 7 t'j. Main Floor. Men's Silk Ties, 29c 1,200 men's tics. Strines. neat fiirures and all-over pat- U terns, ropuiar open end model, with slide easy bands. Main Floor. Pajamas, $1.44 For men. Well made, cut largo nnd roomy. Good quality warm outing flan nel. All feizes. Main Floor. Fancy Dimity Bed Spreads Now "atin stripes anil small Jarquard figure designs. Kasy to launder and ser viceable. Single bed size, $1.98. Three-fourths bed size, $2.25. Full bed size, $2.75. Main Floor. if illy f .llloomingdale'i Sccoml Floor Several Hundred Newly Arrived MODELS Half-Pricedl JJ MOST delinhtful no J I two-alike prolusion of tjie choicest Froclt, Suit. CoaU and Wraps at Maon nowl The best fabrics the most fascinat ing fashions everything of the highest order, except the prkes, which are of ex actly the opposite extreme Were they not Originals, these models would cost about M to $396 . 3(7 aSt. - HaHShad 3cb. Bloomingdale's Jd Ave. nt .Win Nt. LENSES THE v CW INVISIBLE QITOCAl, Very Special $1 1 .50 AX IKor three days only the Op-. , tical Department oilers a pair of genuine toric kryp- iok lenses ror si 1.00. These re Hie invisible bi focals that Rive fur nnd near vision in one pair of lenses, without the disllKiirnis senin or crnrk .found in ordinary ' bifocals. Kye examination by regis tered specialist included in. price frames and mountings from $2 up. Mala Floor RESINOL Soolhinq andtle-linq Household Ointment Keep a jar on hand for common skin hurts rash es, c h afi ns cuts.stins,burns The oinfmenl for the family QUICK RELIEF FROM" CONSTIPATION f Get Dr. Edwards Olive Tableti: That is the joyful cry of thousand since Dr. Edwards produced Olive" Tublcts, the substilute for calomel. !. Dr. Edwards, a practicinR physiciiffl for 17 years and calrmel's old-tiniK enemy, discovered the formula for Olirc Tablets while treating patients fa chronic constipation and torpid livers."; Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do riot, contain calomel, but a healing, soothing vegetable laxative. No griping is the "keynote" of these little suKar-coated, olive-colored tab lets. They cause the bowels and liver W net normally. 1 If you have u "dark brown mouth" u dull, tired feeding sick headache torpid liver constipation, you'll find quick, kure and pleasant results from cne or two of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tab lets at tedtune. ' Thousands tnke them every night just to keep right. Try them. lScandSPf-R Advt. :is -it! 6USDAV WOULD WNT3 WOllK WOMD-KJ . ft sm 4 j t i .1 i i.