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(i,r*J*?"?y an ,a S-attF-rUn.l Sflid to Havr Numf-Tl K-ipa-rt-4. liilT "-'-** TW l**aaataa"aawa .frt ??y that (>m?^ *"?? ?^"'?'?'rr . < hava* ???*???''1 ** tmaaaaBitiat fai gJlJI al S""* *-1'*,!n" "r ,Hr Su* Kach covciTima-nt ha* |****>alntad hra will Ri tha lt ?*. pa] " Tho Britiah channrl Mcamrr Suaafll araa tarpadaad an March ?4. Pift, >. wrrr laat, nn.! anionc thr injtirril 4\rr" toma Amrncnnsa ?"?ii May 10 (iermany ??ain,-t7?-1 raaponaibllit] and prai ? I !nd*mnit*f to 'vir Kaaai i< SUBMARINES FOR SPAIN CftilWff Caaalai llrrr (or Onr?Other-. n.-ililing ln ll-.1v. Madrid. July :'.' it r* aSaiall** an ?lounrrl thnt tha* rruirarr Fntran-aalMni will M vioii tai thr. 1'nitril Stntr* t" tnkr ovrr n ?.-.ihn.arint which ha* h**n htiilt for Spain aml whirh li now un dargalnflj triall in an Ameriran port Thrra' otha-r nibmRTinra ara bnnfl; built in ti"* <!aitaaja*aa Navy Yani ind a ptimilar nuiribrr havr brrn bought in italy tr ". . . . a frarilt, pastcl-tinted thing of dr/amt, yet surfmr wtth a wondtrmtnt of unautsUsning hvt ? tht lullaby /" Music as Wonderful as Mother Love SWEETandlow! .... tenderly caressing the spirit like a gentlc, loft-skinned hand?a fragile, pas tel-tinted thing of dreami, yet 6urging with a vvonderment of unquei tioning love?the lullaby ! Perhapi you have lat enthralled ai luch a fascinating melody glowing with a itrange, an almost celestial beauty sighed from beneath the bovvof a master violinist--or breathed softly from the lips of a gifted, geniused singer. All the joy of 6uch an experience you may have time and time again. For the Aeolian-Vocalion, the won? derful nrw phonograph, searches out from every record its last tubtlcty of sound ? finds, even, all the delicate, elusive harmonrof the music of mother love and gives it back to itir your soul like the gcntle, sw.eet tone of distant chimes, or the hushed vox humana of a great church organ. A triumph of musical instrument making, indeed ? thii great new phono? graph which voices perfectly the pale, appealing delicacy of the lullaby, or toundstrulythe bold,ringingimpenous ness of a fanfare of trumpeti. But not in tonal quality alone ia the Vocalion a phonograph of new and greater power. As the Vocalion gives forth its glories of music, you may take the Graduola? the remarkable Vocalion expression con? trol? and by inttinctive pressure touch each phrase with a tinge of your own personality ? impreil each tone in the mould of your own music-feeling. This is the real wonder of the ****** phonograph ? it gives you all the plcas? ure of listening to glorious music, and the supreme joy of making music ? the prime joy of creative musicianship. Aeolian-Vocauon The New Phonograph Until you h.re heard the Aeolian-Vocalion, Tf****Vt***J^*l* tr.mer.doui pouibilitiei, th. tru. greatneia of the phonograph \\ e ,nvi.e you to come in and see and fla, thii a-ond.rful near .nltniment Vocalion prices are $35 to $350 Art Styles to $2,000.) ($35 to $75 Styles without Graduola). Terms as low as $4 monthly COMPLETE STOCKS OF COLUMBIA RECORDS THE AEOLIAN COMPANY .,-a_-vr-r.i-?_.T TT\TT IN BROOKLYN SS-KSE ALOLIAN HALL 5 ********. <,f*l<r, ofihe famou, Piam'.a-larrct manufaaurer, of mmical imtrument, M the wtrld FRENCH WORKERS BAN TRADE WAR Socialist Deputies, 87 to 19, Oppose Economic Con? flict in Europe. HONORABLE PEACE, UNANIMOUS DEMAND Only Three Declare for an Im mediatc Cessation of Armed Hostilities. Pari.*, July 22. -The diviaion of tha Socialist party in tha fhamber of Dafatiea on the question of peace and the propaead eaaaaaala amt forn ihadowa a eamplicatad conflict in that party. Th* "*a*/ala-Uaaai*f Socialist*. daaaaad an* imm'-dmtn armistiee, whi'.o the morr niodcn.te votrrl the war appropri? ation*. because thoy are in favor of prarr on'.y through the tinal victory ' of thr Allirs. The moderate Sooal i.its drelarr, however. thnt they "will not accept ? proloni-ation, in an eco? nomic war, of the lisa-ater-, of the F.u npcan conflict " In that the modcr atrs am agnin divided, since they had in their rankrs Julcs tiurr?'ie, Minister of SUte without portfolio; Mareel Sembat. MinisW of Public Works, and Albert Thomaa, Under Secretary of War, who, as members of th' f-overn ment, are comnutted to the policy of economic measure.* ajr*<nst the (/antral Empires after the war. Eighty seven of the 106 Socialists of the Chamber sijrned the statement in favor of continuing the war and against ? subsequent economic cor.flrct. Three of them, Henri Brnon, Alrx andre Blaafl and Ra""nn-l'Ui-'*nH Ml former school trachers and memberi of tho Biaaibitad school teachers union voted againat thn appropria? tion and daaaaadad an immrdiate peace. Thrt*e Favor F/Conomic War. Three more. in the ( ahinct, are com mitted t? bath a ?*r to a liiush and nn economic battle afterward. Tha daclaratioa of the majority ot the **raap re:..: by their secretary, rtabert RoBgar, in the i.'haniber. was ji, (i HoWl : "The Bacialiata raU the appropria? tion ask?*d for i.y the g-.vernment *.n order that France, brutally W<nr*ei\ Md raenaeed t? ita aety heart, may Otattamt the forces the Central Km piraa hava Uur.rr.ed atrair.st. hai and h.*r Alliea, haaaaaa it ia ready for all ?acrifteaa to insu.-e the terriUrial in legrrlv o! Franca*, nnd ir. order that Alsnce l.orraina- may obtflin 'hc r< pa ratiofl of rightl trodden upon in l-.l, ta assur. th.* eBtire palitieal an.i eco? nomic reetoration ol Belgium and Bar hia, -tnd to acqutr- tne cer'.ainty of a durarde peace " The deelaratiaa goes on to say that its decision to vote those appropriations d..es not meun that it IMWM ia every -.. ay -he form in which they are em? ployed. It considers that the financial tconomifl policiaa at the Kovrrr.ment n.-e not such as the war impaaed upon the countrv, criticrses delay anl wrak n-sa in tha applieatiaa nf maaaurei a -ain<U hri-h prtcei and thinks haste ahould be uaed in erganiiing th* more ioua coordinanefl at the elTorts ol the Alliea, diplamatfc and miliury. Leading up to tha iarpartant question of peace, the declaration said: Prataa for Mr. Asquith. "A year apo we took due note of the deelsimtion of tha Praaidanl of the Cabinat ta tha eftTael that tha future pea.ee -ir iuld parmil tha davalapaiaat af each peopie aCCOrdlBg to i*.s trWB veniaa. sinea that eporh von Betfc mann Hollweg ha- snnken. Wa tppra. eiated tl ? ten i rr. whleh Mr. Asquith a- i\ Sii Edwnrd tir.'-, repl.ed to him, phraaiag md bragga doeio, nri ! havr several tnr.es expoaed how they intend to mbmit to their pur 1 -.menti anj prapoaitiaaa or > general .,,.,; terioui ? <?;"??? thal taa* be made to them, and baa they wiahed to eetaniiab i | . ;,,-.. foun-ird opan international con ttaets." , . , Ihen follows a -."atement which elearly rfrrs to the diKoaraa of Presi d*nt Paincard at Naney, ir. whrch. re ferrinir to roa Bethm?nn-Hollwe-*ri|_at. teranee, h.clared : "*a a d Germ ??? ** ? ****** h. r to ask rt al us." i hi! , , ? ,.;? tha itatement says: wa ragrat thal a? go-rtrnmtnt. the or.ly organ reaponeible acearding to tn" con ?titntton before i'^e war. and the peopie j0 , ?, ... . ?? i . eeaaian ?.hrout;'-. taa 1 r< - dent of 'he Cabinat ta oppose by , ? .. . : irata words tha Prench coneeptian oi P'*-"-e to '.he oor maa eoneepUan af P?*acr formolated by von Bethmann-Hallweg ar.d eombataoi b) the 7;..nu:ist nunonty of "hc Keicns Ug. No I't-acr by the Map. "It is i.o- aaflleient for von Hethrr.ann Hollwi - ? ' BBon the map of the ?,; Maflterabip <?:' tha aeaa, connrmed b*. ;hr Britiah nafal victory of Jutland; th? t, . ? :.? fore Verdun, the pledgea uhan fram hai \ic*.ory. gtva M:ft..*:ent r-. iden.-e thnt ".he Alliea are B0| r,.,, j .T"r the w;ll of tr.e ud reraary. . . "Bu*. it is tn reinforce the powrr or that lidv-rsarv far its own p-*?pl?, i* Is to rr;ect the aid of in-.pondrrable moral forces. if we laeilltate the kfBrmatii n of tha (hancellor of the en-.pire before hifl P**"l '"*? *he '*'*'*" iatii n ? at tha arai had for ob Jeet at ita orig n ar.d arill have :or eonseqaaneea ihe deatraetioi ol the ,,, ? ea| liberty ol Germany or the .,- ig of :ta economic lila. "At thii tima lt appaari ta n\, that ir- order to avoid a return of the baT barity naehalned un Kuropo wa must think of what a'.rrady har; been cal'.cd ?tha ?4-)C:e.v of :.a*.:on.-.' To that end :t is ?aaaoaary ? Korously to oppose to those who k-.ow n7.th:ng bat violent solutions o*.:r will to nrr it/fl at the rightfal lolntiona to whrch a'.one the eoaleaced foreea "f nations will bring , ? , ; thel r sanction. "We ',.;>??! her- tha* ail *.he al'i*d natrens moat take the meascres that leri i"P thnr prodaetien ar.d their . v-ha-lg< . that Will favor thc ?row'h of their <?-"'? mic unron und will protect them from lialo*-aJ compefition, aut our duty :n r.ot to remforce a re.-ime of .-xtreme rr.-..'' 0? ni, ot wni.li thr ?AoVk;::,; elai l of ali c.'uri'.r:'- ??" n.d bear the c.-;.-4r,.e, nor even tfl deve op ta r-card to German*f a rital system of economic restriction that would br at tbfl ?a*ne ".rne a aoarca of certam fu'ure eoafllcta and perhaps for our own country a rea-on for mdustria, tnd commrrcia) Indolanco. "\\e wi'.: not acrept a r'oio'P'f'K in an aeonamie war cf tbfl d:ia.5ters of the Kuro*7.ran war. ... >? ??l't*ce a!i the prople d**;rr. ->* onr aaaaredly, withaat a erimiaal ln tent tgainflt humanity. alrra-iy s. Iti '.. wol'.J durt to a?k for a uaeleaa pro ,. ..... f ? peat that dcTi -.ate rar"cre. The BaciallflM that tf\ res M rrpr. - r.t tl I inti raflt floplfl r.as ? , 4?4tch that no poaiibility* of a aort oui peace encapefl. It ia the .luty of ?he roverr.meuts, if such a propoaition i ?hould bfl mad*. to examine it with tha 4- ii r> * We want dn.il.le care nf preventinf- new gncri fi r r* i and new dest ruct ions, Bnd tn foaad h re(*;rne <if intt fmi'ItMial Iflfhl daatiaad l i aaaora tha rapaaa of the world for a loiij* time. "It ii hecnuse w- believe we are in Bccord with all Piaaea upon thene aa* ^entinl Ideae, beaaaae ave think slae t*hat we .aerve *>e univernal SStabltsh" ment of daiaoeratic aad welal itie la* ?titution? that w:ii -raaaaataa peace, that the Bocielist nar'y br Ifl ? M on Au-fust *. l?14. ?n absolute co operation in the national defence bj* voting the appropnationg lahad for." LIKELY TO BE SCARCITY OF CHOICE APARTMENTS House of 36 Suites, Not Yet Completed, Fully Rcnted. Most broken who make a. sfaeialt*/ of apartment house renting report that there ;*. likely to be a Kcurcity of tha ehaieeal -raltes thia fall. All the heasea raiag up are bemK rented rapidly from the plang. Davflaa L Elliaaaa i Ca. nnd Payson Mel.. Merrill have leused the last re aaaining aaartaaaat ii the new nme Btory building at 108 Eaat Md st., for srhlei they are asrents, fnr Samuel A. Heraag to grederiek L Childa. Thii building, arhieh arill nat be com? pleted until October l.contams thirty a.x apartment.**. "The renti'?,**; of all thej* laltea two and one-ha'.f months previou* to eomplet.ion is a reeord for adeeaee raatlng in nide ftrect build* mrs," iaga a realty expert. BOYROOKIESKEPT ALERTAT NIGHT F:irst Period of Guard Duty Is Passed in a Driving Rainstorm. [nr T.iirwh W Wa laBaaa 1 r.mp Waghmicton, Fort Terry, N. Y., July 11 After Ups sound st ItM B8.8* night Bllaaea er.sueg amona; the IJM , cadets at camp, ****** **** exception of ar. aceaalaaal ahallaaga from a aaatrj on daty to a passerby. Aero** the still neaa of the niffht there comes the --aard'a q.iery of "Who ?oes there?" Mcaaapaaiad by the sound of a musket comi7i(- to "port arms." If the paiser ? Kr end," the ca.iet repliei, "Ad? vance, frismd, and be recoi.ni-e'!." All I this :s Btra to the younjj sold:ers sr.d I aajayabla, but it re.-uires all the pret ; ence of mind they have. Each ca.iet on a-unrd is required to i have at his tonj-ue's end his g-enera! or.ie.*. nnd to allow none to approscti vithifl ll? paces without a cha.lrnse nnd reco-jnltion. In order to test the merit ef tha sentriea an efflcer oeeaflionally ?**? 1 tempts to pagfl the **uard without ree- , o*rnit.on. The first nirht of guard duty wu gpent in a drivins* rain. -a Thirty-two radet* are reportmr dalty 1 to Sergeant Reeveidorf, l.'d Company, . C A ('-.. for infltruetien in sifnallinf. Duriilg the first few le??on? the sadatt were taunht the fl?_r movemenU and the ?cm;.phore and internatior.Bl code StO* - tem*. Theae rode* sre those in use by ?hc I'nited SUtea Army, snd conitttule an important feature of manceuvrefl tnd ihtm baf.les. Later the cadet. will be innt-ucted ir. the more practical work ol Bentlina; and recemna; me-.s-_f"**. "The P.ane_e Finder," a weekly Cernp *v*?-.*hini**.on paper. to be publnhed in . the interest* ot military preparedness under the augpices of the provuiona Toaag Men's Caiistlaa Association. will brintc out Ita firat. |(S?? on Taoedag. Th" g.ibstance of *he paper will be rr.i'-.tarv article* by the officer*. It will r.lgo contain write-ups of the social and athletic artivities of the eneampment, In gpite of the rain and fof whieh gw.pt over *he lalaad ye*terday and pieveatod drlll, tha cadets busied them a. ve* ir. fltodyinf their fenersl orders rr.d *he manual of arms and in furnish inj. raaaleal entertainment at the Y. M. c. A. halldlaga. A heaw fog; still swept over Plum Irlan.l to-dsy. but the cadets were up enri) and ready for their calesthenics and mornina* drill in close and extended or-.er foroiation*. The entire after? noon wa* ff'.ven over to a ?pinted track rne.t for the boy* and to an exhibition hageball Rame between the 43d Com r_nv and Nd 'ompany, C A. C. BONWIT TELLER. 6.CO. &Ac <S/x>a'a//*y cS/io/b <f OrtyenatiefnA FIFTH AVENUE AT 68? STREET new models?Cailleur and Sports fiats 6.95 to 18.50 Combinations of velv.t and velour. velvrt and Georgette.felt ?nd velvet. felt and satin. sat.n and Georgette. BM grain and vdvet--*de veloped m Um. sailor. mushroom. poke and floppy brim types-tor *lop shore. mountain resort and tailleur wear To Close Out?Monday bauntfof stock-Women's Summer Frocks Regardleu of Former Vriees [Only one or two of a kind) Frocks formerly to 22.214.171.124 8.75 Frocks formerly to 50.50.15.00 Frocks formerly to 05.00.25-00 balance of stock-Women's Summer Suits Suits formerly to 40.50.,5-?0 Suits [incliteling Silk Jertey mo&elt) formerly to 60.50.25.00 Suits formerly to 05.00.28-00 Suits formerly to 105.00.42-50 balanceof stock-Women's Summer Coats Coats formerly to 20.50.,5-?0 Coats formerly to 55.00.25.00 COATS (of Wool Jersey) formerly to 40.50 . 35.00 bal,\nce of stock Women's Sports Skirts Formerly to 7.50?1*95 3.95 In awning stripe. white pique, colored cotton cord. colored linen and fine quality corduroy. (FOR MONDAY)?Tbe following Special Sales Lonj? Silk Gloves I Glove Silk Bodices Elbow-length gloves of Milanese silk. 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In black only. with colored , Of handkerchef linen and stnped crepe de leather belt. Formerly 4.00 2.05, &?- Formerly to 7.50 3.S**J To Close Out?Monday Misses' and "Flapper" Apparel ii.:... i_ f* I'at. Misses* Summer Frocks formerly to 89.75 6.75 12.50 18.75 Misses' Tailleur Suits formerly to 65M 15.00 18.50 24.50 Misses1 Utiiity Coats formeHp to .','J.oO 10.00 15.00 25.00 "Flapper" L'tility Coats formerly to 18M 7.50 "Flappcr" Summer Frocks formerly to 12.75 4.85 Women's Sports Shoes and Oxfords Spcci l at 3.95 Of genuine white buckskin with rubber soles. plain or trimmed with contraiting leathen.