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The Sun and the New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1920-1920, August 15, 1920, Image 12

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Idle rich' mdst
work, says woman
Mrs. S. B. toonch, WarWork
er, Declares Employment la
Bolshevist Antidote.
Finds Unrest Dne to Faflure
of Wealthy to Realize
The "Idle rich" and -all 9MMM of
largs property holding In the United
Btatoa must go to work If BoMhevlwn
la not to grip America, Mr, fleth Barton
French, prominent In New Tortc aocletr,
who ban been engaged In war work
abroad for the laat five year declared
yesterday before nailing for Bunopa on
the White Star liner Adriatic
lira. Kronch aald It was her Intention
to return next eprlng to engage In bul
M9 horaclf. Owing to the fact that her
arrnngem.nt!i are not yet complete ahe
would not dlsrues her plana, but aald
emphatically that it waa time for Oioae
with money to Bet buay ttpi correct the
wrong lmirelon now existing In this
rr.untry concerning those who are
favored with the good thlnga of life.
"Although I have only been here a
hort time on private buslnesa, I ha7e
found out that there la a wrong atti
tude here toward Bolshevism," she aald.
"While I hold no brief for It, It Is gen
erally understood here to stand for mur
der, rapine and seizure of private' prop-i
erty. Many fall to see that it is only
a sort of advanced 8oclallim, and that
It must be examined from that angle too.
The people In America must wake up.
"Time All Should Work."
"When people drive a high-powered
car at a speed endangering the lives of
children of workers playing In the
streets they are making Bolshevists, and
malting them fast, for the workers do
not see why the rich are not working
as they are. It Is time that young men
who are spending the wealth made by
their fathers wake up to the danger
that is threatening.
"America has made great wealth from
the world war and has suffered but little
In comparison with England and France,
which count their dead above a million
each. The least that can be done here
Is to come to a realisation of the re.
sponelbllltles that como wun wealth.
Work Is the true correction of things for
a lone; time to come."
J. P. Morgan Balled with Mrs. Mor
gan for a vacation of about six weeks
in England and France. Mr. Morgan
reiterated that his trip was for pleas
ure, and for pleasure only.
Dr. Serge VoronofT, the Russian scien
tist who sta.-tlfd the -vorld by his ex
periments In the grafting of glands as
a means of renewing vitality, Smiled
with Mme. VoronofT, who is the daugh
ter of the late Jabex A. Bostwick,
Standard Oil magnate. During his stay
of seven 1 weeks Dr. Voronoff demon
strated the transference of glands from
animal to ai imal.
Before sailing on the Adriatic. Col.
Duncan F. V. Nelll, D. 8. O., yachting
adviser tc Sir Thomas Llpton. went to
Tiffany's to take a last long look at the
America's (.'up, which the Shamrock
IV. Bhook, but did not lift. Sir Thomas
and many others went to the pier to
see him off.
Others on Adriatic.
- Also on the Adriatic were Hugh Gib
son, American Minister to Poland, who
recently had a conference wlthresldent
IVIIson; -Mrs. Gibson, Mrs. Van Rensse
laer fruiter. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Curtis,
Major Sir George A. Dolby and Lady
Dolby. Mr. and Mrs. Martin W. Little
ton, Coland Mrs. Frank Mil burn Smith,
Jsines A. Smith, L'nlted States Consul
at Calcutta; Countess Castelll Solenas,
Mr. Hodman Wanamaker and Dr.
Krederrc E. Sondem, president of the
New York Post-Graduate Medical
School and Hospital.
The Cunard liner Katserln Auguste
Victoria alao sailed, bound for Liver
pool, with 1,075 passengers. Including
t'ant. W. A. Bambra. commander nf th
Lamport oi Molt liner Tennyson; Tlmo- !
thy Healy. president of the Stationary
Firemen's L'nion; Countess Pappenhelm
and Samuel Ralston, former Governor
of Indiana.
How to
Acquire It
"Where Nature FmJIs Wo Aid"
Every aid
known to
and art
Belt face treatment in
c ty al moderate coat.
Mi W. 49 St.
Tel. 3433
Will pay caih for
CALLMANN, 27 Weet 37 St.
Cordon &DiiwortH
." Real ,
Orange Masmalvdi
If you have eczema, your prompt use
of Poslam may mean all the difference
between immediate comfort and a long
period of Itching distress. Take the easy,
jimuam way to quicK reuer. Apply I'os
SDI right on the raw nlacen that hum
and Itch. Feel a horden HftoH h
yln la soothed asd pacified. You will
know then to what a high state of ef
ficiency this reliable remedy has been
brought. Poslam is concentrated. Short
treatment suffices for most minor
Sold everywhere. For free sample
write to Emergency laboratories, 243
West 47th Bt., New York City.
Poslam Sonp, medicated with Pos
lam. should be used If akin Is tender
auid sensitive. Adv.
the mt Ttm mm vork herblp, mmn, atjgtjst m, pan
at 34th Street
Store Hours: 9:00 A. M. to 5:30 P. M.
Store Closed All Day Saturdays
Buy Your FURS Now '
Ituthe Important August Sale
At Savings of Fully a Third
We know market conditions, wc know how difficult it
willjje in the Fall to secure fur garments at any price,
our a'dvice to you is buy your furs now if you would be
sure of satisfying your requirements.
No furs have been manufactured since our present stock
was assembled none are available at the present time.
. Any furs you may be able to secure later will cost at least
one-third more than these we ask you to avail yourself of
in the very' important August Sale.
Hudson Seal Coar?, trimmed with collars and cuffs ot
Skunk or Squirrel. 30 inch model. .
Hudson Seal Coats, trimmed with Skunk, Squirrel or
Australian Oppossum. 36 inch model.
Hudson Seal Coats, with. Skunk collar and cuffs.
40 inches long.
Natural Black Muskrat Coats. 30 inch model.
Black Moire Pony Coats, with collar and cuffs of
Skunk. 36 inch model
Near Seal Coats, with collars and cuffs of Skunk,
Beaver or Squirrel. 36 inch model.
Stone Marten Scarfs, 2 skins $89.50
Hudson Bay Sable, 1 skin 60.00
Baum Marten Scarfs, 1 skin 95.00
Mink Scarfs, 2 skins 69.50
Jap. Marten Scarfs, 1 skin 30.00
Kit Fox Chokers $24.50
Fox Scarfs 49.50
Skunk Scarfs 55.00
Skunk Scarfs 84.50
Skunk Muffs 45.00
Other Luxurious Fur Garments in Every Wanted Fur,
from $495 to $2,250 Sixth Floor
For Final Clearance -
Women's and Misses'
White Pumps and Oxfords
- MANY AS HIGH AS $16.50
Now $6.95
Plenty of very graceful styles to choose from, skilfully
made of washable kidskin and good quality nu-buck.
Sizes 2 to 8 widths AAA to C
None C. O. D-, exchanged or on approval
' eJMonday We Shall Hold a '
Very Special Sale of Women's and Misses'
Smart Flannel Skirts
at $17.95
Nothing is nearly so smart for
immediate wear as a flannel
skirt few flannel skirts are as
winsome as these- at
Plaltvand knife-pleated models,
strictly tailored or with novelty
pockets and large pearl buttons.
Two as pictured. Fourth Floor
Misses' Swagger
Travel Coats
for mountain or
shore wear
Special $39.50
Full length swagger model In
a lovely shade of tan, made
with large, convertible collar
and roomy pockets. The in
verted pleat in the back is
designed to give the desir
able full swing. A cross belt
completes this youthful
Fully lined with novelty
silk. Sites 14 to 18 years.
Satin Afternoon Frocks
for Misses
Very Special
Many delightful features dis
tinguish this youthful frock.
One is the long, slender
waist, beruffled, trimmed
with a knot of colored pos
ies. Another is the tunic
of allover silk flowered lace
decreed by Fashion or Fall.
In Navy, Brown and Black.
Sizes 14 to 18 years.
A Special Sale of
La Victoire Perfumes
a truly individual bcuquet fragrance
alluring and enduring in charm
La Victoire Perfume in 1 oz. cut glass battle
in satin lined box - Reg. $3.12 at $2.36
La Victoire Toilet Water - Reg. $1.56 at 1.28
La Victoire Face Powder with
powder box - Reg. $1.04 at .75
La Victoire Sachet - . Reg. $1.56 at 1.28
These prices include the tax
Girls' Wool Sweaters
Special $3.75
Smart wool slip-on model with fancy
stitching on waist and contrasting
color bands at bottom, collar and
cuffs. The neck is finished with a
wool .tie-
Colors: Buff, China, Turquoise, and
American Beauty. Sizes 30 to 34
Sfcond Floot
Women's New Bead Embroidered
Tricotine Frocks -
Bugle beads are the only
trimming used on this de
lightful frock all that its
smart lines require for it is
an exact duplicate of a Lan
vin model.
Fine tricotine is used aa the
basis. The neckline and
sleeves are bordered in beads
and the sash ends in beaded
tassels. Altogether adorable.
In navy blue only. Sizes 34
' to 42'.
350 Hand-Made Blouses
to jell Monday at the very special price of
' $3.95
All the alluring charm of hand work. Is embodied 'lr
these lovely blouses.
Fashioned of sheer batiste, made entirely by hand, and
trimmed with the most delicate of drawn work and tiny
i tucks. The collars are particularly designed forswear
outside a sweater or coat. Exceptional value.
None Sent C. O. D., exchanged or on approval
Women's Daintiest of Negligees
Dotted Swiss Negligees - Now Reduced to $2:95
Breakfast Coats of Dotted Swiss
Six different styles with embroidered
collars apd cuffs - - . Now Reduced to $2.95
Imported Voile Negligees in smart
embroidered dot and figure effects Now Reduced to $6.75
Third Floor and 5'75
As a Result of a Very Timely Purchase Monday
Sale of
Women's All-Year Coats
at $29.50, $35, $39.50,
$45 and $59.50
Coats that are suited to many
varying occasions motoring,
travel or the street swagger
of line and unusually fine
of fabric.
Each Coat is
Cravenette Proofed
preventing creasing orwrink
ling from moisture and rain,
and the colors arc the vcrf
smartest for immediate wear.
Grey, New Shades of Brown, Heather, Green
and Oxford Mixtures. Sizes 34 to 44.
Fourth Floor
Several Makes of Reliable
CORSETS Reduced to $3.95
Formerly $5 and $6. Models for almost every type of' figure.
Incomplete Sizes; Quantity Limited
Third Floor
We Shall Place on Sale Monday1
A Most Exceptional Collection of Imported
French Beaded Bags
At $24.50 . .
a very, very low price considering their
exclusiveness ana masterful beading
Glorious tintings of Summer skies, the richest colorings and
shadings of Springtime posies, ar shown in the skilful bead
ing of these gorgeous bags. Each is a "masterpiece in bead
working, made by the nimble fingers of the most expert
beadworkers of France.
Some are in drawstring effect, others have solid beaded or
exquisite shell frames. All are handsomely silk lined.

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