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TJtE BTBlTIlTg WOBLi), WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, TU22.
SEES DARKER HOURS AHEAD IN EUROPE; BOUND TO BE WORSE ' Demoralized Currency Spells Nothing but Starvation, ' Says Hines. Walker i B, Hints, former Railroad 'Administrator, returned from Europe to-day on the French liner La Savole with the gloomiest of views on the oonomio future of Europe, The de moralization of the currency of Trance, Otrmany and Austria, he Bold, ma bound to grow worse before It became better, and could spell nothing1 but starvation and Indutsrlal wreck. Jj"Thero can be no Improvement In die outlook," Mr. Hines sold, "until Cue nations cease In their scllish struggle to try to get the better of each other. There Is no Bplrlt In En rop for the starting of another war of bloodshed, but the effects of the present economic warfare can hardly b less disastrous than a battle of pins and bayonets. The darkest hour la that which Is Just before the dawn, but there Is every reason to fear that U will be much darker before Eu rope's dawn comes." Mr. Hines has completed his labor Inr In thp nnriortlontnsr to the allies of slezed German shipping on the River Oder. Lieut. Henri Farre, the French artist aviator brought on the Savole a collection of sixty paintings by him self and other French aitlsts which aie to be exhibited at the Anderson Galleries. VOTES FOR INDIANS URGED BY CHIEF ttrensr Wolf Clin War llecordu f Ilaee In Speech at Cape Mar. CAPE MAY. N. J.. Sept. 6. Chlof Strong Wolf of the OJlbway Indians, In aa address to the members of the In dependent Order of Red Men, Council No. 128, and Nakomls Council, Daugh ters of Pocohontas, here yesterdar l?Jteaded for the right of suffrage for In-l-ans. The foreign bom and the Negro, he uid, have the right to vote, but the In dian, the only real American, Is denied this privilege. He declared that the In dian has proved his mettle In the World War, citing figures to show that the majority of able bodied red men enlisted before the draft. The Red Men are hold ing a weeks' pageant at Wlldwood. Chief Strong Wolf, who Is a guest of the fra ternal society, will tour South Jersey In the lntorest of Indian suffrage at the conclusion of the meeting. JSES WHISKEY GARGLE AND NONE SLIPS MUCH Marivtrate Frees Man With Lienor and Neiv Story. Bernard McOreve of No. 281 Grand Avsnue, Long Island City, was ar raigned before Magistrate Harry Miller tn the Long Island City Court charged .with possessing a flvo ounce bottle of whiskey. The Judge looked at the bottle and saw this written on It: To be used as a gargle every hour." "How about It?" he asked. "Doctor's orders," explained Mc Oreve. "I have stomach trouble and cannot get relief unless I gargle my throat with whiskey." "Do you let any of It slip down? "Not any oftener than I can help," aid McOreve. "Sometimes some slips, maybe, but It Is not supposed to." The Magistrate discharged the prisoner. MgALE SALOME UPSETS CHURCH CONVENTION Minister Apolotrlsrs After Act of Amateur Julian ISItlnne. NEW BRITAIN. Conn.. Sept. . The Methodist Church Epworth League Convention In Plalnvlllo was thrown Into confusion last night when, as a part of the social entertainment, a "a!ome dance waa staged by the dele tes from Hartford. rThe Rev. John L. Davis of New Mrltaln. In charge of the programme, arose ana ordered tne entertainment stopped and apologized for the Rpectacle. When the excitement subsided It was found that Salome was George J. Ed ward, an amateur Julian Eltlnge, who had been Induced to give the Im promptu entertainment. DIlOWTfED l.V TAKING FAREWELL VACATION SWm. MOODUS. Conn., Sept. 6. An attack ef heart disease while taking his fare well vacation swim In Lake Bashan, two miles from here, caused the death of odorfo Margl of No. 1487 First Avenue, New Tork City, yesterday. Ills body was recovered an hour after he had dived Into the water from a rowboat. In the oplnton of the medical examiners his death was caused by heart disease a much as by drowning, Margl, who was twenty-five years old, was to have left with his parents for his home last night. WWCffSTR "Sppxlmtn't HteJqufrttri" Ducks FOR a good dty with the ducks Winchester Repetting'Shotgum end Winchester P tfect Pattern shells will inure you best results. The Winchester Model n Hammer less, the Model 97 repeater or the Model 11 automatic ate ideal guns for "Ducking" and used with win. Chester Shot Shells mad in every gauge and load, will not fail to get the birds. Double Barrel Guns, Imported and Domestic Hunting Equipment, Clothing and Accessories to cover every need of the hunter. 47 BAST 42nd ST., NEW YORK 'QusfnlnJ H bt tf JVincktttrr SmtUy" It's hard to tell which way Ferris Hams and Bacon arc most delici ous.Nomatterhowyou cook them, the., deep, rich old-fashioned flavor is always there. F. A- Ferris & Co., Inc. New York 'A little higher in price-BUTt" Beef a la Mode A dish that makes any cut of beef a palatable delight. Have plenty of thick brown gravy lib erally seasoned with the genuine old LEA&ramms SAUCE THE ORIGINAL WORCESTERSHIRE The Quickest Way To Get There is to sit still and telephone. When your salesmen telephone their customers in the territory adjacent to every key town on their routes, you can watch the sales climb and costs decrease. "Long Distance" delivers your voice at the distant destination with the speed of light. Our Commercial Service Bureau will gladly tell your salesmen how the tele phone is used to get More Sales in Less Time at Lower Cost. Telephone Cort landt Official, Extension 620. New York Telephone Company Sale of Fashion Furs continues JJroadway at Ninth Store hours now 9 to 5.30 Formorlu A. T. Stewart Telephone 4700 Stujjvcsant Pack Your Troubles in the Smallest Bag you have and find a cheerful companion to talk of! your shadows, misgivings and fore bodings. Tako off of the wheels of your life-car" the tire that has a nail In it, which needs to be replaced with a good whole cord. ' Put on your spectacles even to eat strawberries and cher ries, as one man said he did because they looked bigger through his eyeglasses. Repining and grumbling re duce your happiness and use fulness. Buy a whistle I (Signed) September 6, 1022. Paris Plays a trick in Brocaded Satin A trick, because, having decreed the reitm of metal brocaded tissues for' fall, 4 rans has found a way to give the effect of metal bro-fc cade in an' all-silk brocaded satin, that has more sou plesso than metal brocado can boast, .a souplcsse de manded by the swathed and draped line for even ing gowns. Over a glistering satin Bur face sweep graceful fronds of ostrich feather, In a design wqven in a pale gold-colored silk. In rose Madeleine, Venetian blue, silver gray, oriole orange. 86 in. wide. A second pattern is more in tricate and combines on a royal blue ground a design of gold colored silk with canna red. Also 36 in. wide. Street Floor, Old Building New Bloomer Frocks $8.95 For Miss 2 to 6 With the advent of Sep tember one naturally looks for frocks of heavier weaves to replace the sheer frocks of summer. In this instance imported linen is the medium selected fr two very smart Fall models. Picot edged ribbon, laced through the frock at the waist line, adds a pretty touch to one charming model, while the other little model, hanging straight from the shoulders, Is daintily hand smocked in contrasting colors. JThe bloomers, cut generously full, are made to fasten on 'to an underwalst and are finished with a patch pocket. I In maize, mauve, French blue or rose the lovely rich tones that are only to be found In fine, im ported materials. Third Floor, Old Building New Notes of Fashion For Miss 14 to 20 Lace Bcrthaa on Crepe Roma Frocka Lanvln thought of it first. Lanvln would, for they have that quaintly appealing air of youth tho hallmark of her designing. Princess lace, cream color and gracefully soft, Is used for tho berthas on these frocks, whoso only other decorations aro finely pleated wido frills at elthor sldo of tho skirts. $69.50 Bourrelet girdles - and pin tucks on crepe satin frocks. Heavy soft rolls of corded material and the tiniest of vor tical tucks are both smart ways of trimming. Hero they are used together, with charming effect the bourrelet girdle re peated in lieu of cuffs on the little sleeves and tho entire bodice covered with tho tucking. $40.60 In dull red, royal blue, dark brown, black and navy blue. Second Floor, Old Building Fur Capes of distinction In the Wanamaker Sale of Fashion Furs' At less than winter prices A Fur cape is one of the most effective of fashions, and when well made as these capes aro a practical one. For tney are warm. Aiyl most becoming wraps. Hudson seal (dyed muskrat) 46 in. capes, $350. 46 in. cape, mink collar, $525. 45 in. cape, ermine collar, $525. 46 in. ermine cape, $625. Scotch Mole 45 in. cape, ermine collar, $525. 46 in. plain collar, $295. 46 in. crush squirrel collar, $425. Alaska seal 45 In. cape, $750. dark squirrel 45 in. cape, $825. black caracul 47 in. cape, $250. 47 in. Kolinsky collar, $825. nutria 45 in. cape, $295. Kolinsky 47 In. capo, $1,075. Not: The Wanamaker Salo continues in September, giving the opportunity to buy good furs at less than Winter prices. Upon payment oj 25 per cent, o) purchase pr'co Jurs rill be held in our dry cola-air storage until Novemlcr 1st without charge. Third Floor, Old Building The Great J)ay draws near School Opens September 11th And Wanamaker's Great Store Is Ready EW shoes for the littlest feet, to begin with new shoes for the feet which haydbeen to school many times, new frocks, new suits, everything, right straight through the wardrobe, for all sizes of boys and girls. Each section is ready with new stocks and each section has picked some one item to be featured at a special price. 4, Miss" 14 to 20 may well be proud to wear a stunning frock of tvill, in navy blue, or black, with inch wide bands of duveryn, in gay colors. $25. ($29.50 grade.) Miss 6 to 12 has a new blopmer frock; navy blue serge with colored crepe de chine collars and cuffs and just a little embroidery. $10.75. ($12.75 grade.) Girls of all sizes will love this little hat of brushed wool and felt with ribbons hanging from a wool rosette in many colors. $3.50. ($5 grade.) The Women's Sports Shop is featuring a slip-on sweater of brushed wool, in two tones, with a tam to match many attractive combinations of colors. Sizes 8 to 14. $8.75. ($10.50 grade.) Suede finish fabric strap gloves for the young miss in white, brown, gray, beaver and chamois color. Sizes 5'2 to 7'2 75c pair. The Wanamaker Misses' Corsets Nos. 1, 2 and 3 and specially made for the growing girl specially priced $2 to $3.50. White nainsook bloomers and camisoles very well made, for growing girls. Sizes 32 to 36, $1.25 and $1. ($1.50 and $1.25 grades.) For Miss 2 to 16 there are especially well made bloomers of pink or white sateen. 50c. (65c and 75c grades.) New Fall Negligees of corduroy Four stunning models In wido wale corduroy breakfast coats, straight-line and wrappy lounging robes for tho young girl going back to school, her sister and mother. $5.95 to $16.95 Soft, fluffy moufflon ruchings of corduroy, or embossed cor duroy in self color, add distinctly smart trimming touches. Three of the .models are lined throughout with China silk or dottod silk mull. Tho fourth is unlincd. In cherry, wistaria, French blue or coral. Third Floor, Old Building Boys' Suits, $12.50 (Two prs. knickers) Economical School Suits All wool. Well made. Threo models straight Norfolk, Inverted-pleat Norfolk, golf model. Plenty of colors, patterns.weaves. Sires for 8 to 18 year boys. The new. Fall suits are being added to each day, It is a pleasure to see how jaithfully our instructions as l quality, cut and workmanship have been carried out. tl2.50 to tSO. Street Floor, New Building Old Building. For the very young man 8 to 17 all wool unfinished wide wale blue serge Norfolk suits, double knees, elbows and seat, with a fine "Live-Leather" belt. $9.75. ($22.50 grade.) Boys' white cheviot shirts with the post cuff and the popular button down collar. Sizes 12l2 to 14. $1.75. (Our $2.50 grade.) Boys' oxfords, too, in black and tan calfskin, or lan brogue sizes 1 to 512, specially priced, $4.25. Nw Building, Main Aisle Sales Pretty Porch Frocks $2.75 grades $1.45 "Dix-make," L'Mglon, "Queen male," and frocks from several other good makers. Sizes aro broken. Styles are to bo discontinued. Color as sortments are Incomplete. Ginghams In checks, plaids and stripes, and flower-figured dimities in sizes 34 to 41, with a few styles in sizes 46 to 62. Silk Pclticoats $3.95 and $4.95 A score or more of pretty models at each price. Silk Jersey. Taffeta. Jersey and satin. Satin. Jersey and taffeta. ' Tailored petticoats, finished in new and pleasing ways. Kuffle trimmed petticoats, some in solid color, or making smHrt use of two contrasting .shaili'.s. In tho lovely, soft, now shades of brown, beige, pear grey, castor, royal purple, emerald and bottle green, French blue, henna, American beauty, navy biue or black. Street Floor, Old Building Magnificence of Gold In the September Sale of China and Glass at 20 to 50 less Dinner sets, breakfast and luncheon sets, service, salad, entree, fish plates and finest French and Belgian glass decorated in gold, encrusted acid gold bands and lines, coin gold bands, rich full shoulder designs of raised gold paste. Gold Encrusted China Dinner Sets No. Sept. Pieces Gradt Price Fronch 107 $260 $180 French 107 $300 $195 Fronch 107 $360 $225 Fronch 107 $475 $375 Fronch 107 $370 $290 Thoo.Havt!and..l07 $325 $260 ; No. Sept. Pieces Grade Price Thoo.Havlland..l07 $350 $280 English 107 $950 $760 Cauldon 107 $750 $600 These last two seis in open stock at well at in sets. Service and Entree Plates in raised gold paste designs, $100 to $350 dozen Prices 20 per cont. below regular. Of fine English bone china, the designs in raised gold paste nro borders or full shoulders, over wide bands or all-over colorings of cobalt blue, powder blue, jado green, Ivory, canary yellow, or, maroon. This last is the English name for the color we call American Beauty red. Service plates of such high quality china as these with dec orations exclusive and so lavish are hard to findiln New Vork at their full value. To be able to buy them in the September Sals is an exceptional boon. Gold Encrusted Stem Glass, 20 per cent. less Mostly of fine Belgian glass, plain or optic. Second Qallery, New Building' Woodenware Illustrates the Housewares Sale It is made of clear, seasoned lumber, without knots. The skirt-boards and pastry boards aro of white wood, and tho pastry boards are cleated to prevent warping Everything is full size; not skimped. Yet prices are down during September. Mail orders filled from this list Step Ladders Well made, strongly braced. Regular Sale Price Price 8 ft $8.00 $2.40 4 ft $3.50 $2.80 6 ft $4.25 $3.40 6 ft $4.76 $3.80 7 ft $6.60 $4.40 8 it $6.00 $4.80 9 ft $6.76 $5.40 Skirt or Ironing Boards .$1.30 .$1.50 .$1.75 8 ft 80c 3$ ft... $1.00 4 ft $1.10 4M ft $1.35 6 ft $1.60 5H ft $1.70 6 It $2.00 Covered 3 ft.... 8H ft.... 4 ft.... 4H ft. $2.00 5 ft Z.BU 6H ft $2.75 0 ft $3.60 Pastry Boards With cleated ends. 12x16 in 66c 14x20 in 76c 16x22 in 90c 18x24 in $1.10 20x27 In $1.25 20x30 In .'$1.40 With rim 16x22 In $1.00 18x24 in $1.25 20x27 in $1.40 20x30 in $1.60 Meat Boards, cleated 12xl8xlHin $1.10 90a Wall Hat and Coat Racks Mado of hard wood. 8 hooks 70c 58c 4 hooks $1.00 80o 6 hooks $1.40 $1.15 Knife Boxes Mado of bard wood, nickel plated corners. 2 compartments. .51. lu uuc 05c 80c 900 $1.10 $1.20 $1.35 $1.60 $1.05 $1.20 $1.40 $1.60 $1.65 $2.20 $2.80 55c 60c 75c 90c $1.00 $1.15 80c $1.00 $1.15 $1.30 8 compartments. .25 $1.00 Wash Benches 2 ft $2.65 $2.15 8, ft $3.35 $2.70 (ft $4.25 $3.30 6 ft $5.00 $4.00 6 ft $5.76 $4.60 Shoe Blacking Cases Finished in Golden Oak, Brass Rods for polishing cloths. Regular, $3. Sale $2.40 Kitchen Tables White Enameled with Porcelain Steel Tops, Square Legs. Regular Sale price trio 86 in. 1 drawer, $10.50, $9 40 in. 2 drawers, $13, $10.75 Laundry or Settee Tables with Box for Laundry Utensils, Top Swings Back, making Settee. 8 ft. $11.25 S 9.00 8Hft $12.60 $10.00 4 ft $16.00 $12.00 5 ft $16.76 $12.50 6 ft $18.60 $14.80 Towel Rack Fasten to Wall 18 Inch rod, 70c Sale, 55c Ham Slicing Boards Regular 46c 60c 55c Sale.. , . ,35c 40c 45c White cotton Clothes Lines 60 ft $0.60 Sale, 50c 100 ft $1.10 Sale, 95c Wanamaker Gem Mops Regular $0.36 Sale, 30o Regular $0.45 Sale, 35c Regular $0.55 Sale, 45c CJothes Horses Square Bar Rtiular Salt pries pries 8 ft $1.35 $1.10 4 ft. $2.00 $1.80 6 ft $2.50 $2.00 Folding Ironing Tables Top 64 x 14 H In.-May be Adjusted to Five Heights. Regular $3.50 Sale, $2.75 Folding Ironing Tables Regular, $2.75 Sale, $2.20 Wash Boards, double zinc Regular, $1.25 Sale, $1.10 Lawn Clothes Dryers Revolving 180 ft. lino.... $10. Sale, $9 Blssell Carpet Sweepers. Bristle Brush, Hard Wood Cases; regularly $5, $4.25 Seventh Gallery, New Dulldlng Men's good Shirts to go Close-out of odds and ends, $2.50, $3 and $3.50 grade 2,400 all told. Many E. & W. shirts that wero $2.65 tpecial. Woven madras. Crcpo madras. Mercerized cotton stripes gen erally misnamed "silk" stripes. Mostly plain neglige. A few pleated bosoms. A few madras shirts with collar at tached. All have soft cuffs. Sizes 14 to 17. Good choice. Street Floor, New Building. :$1.65 vsnz