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The Sun and the New York herald. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1920-1920, August 29, 1920, Image 9

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Briton Diplomat Interested
in Irish Women Pickets
at Dock.
English Cricketers Arrive for
Series of Matches With
American Teams.
Delayed fight hours In docKltiB 'or-rd,.-
of the difficulties In netting thn
A'liiltanla out of her berth, the Cutinrder
Mauritania reached her pier hut night
with 1,325 passengers from Southamp
ton. The line had enough longshoremen
on Hand to take care of tho passengers'
Iwggaft as amoothly a If there had
been no trouble on the Chelaea piers all
Prominent among the arrivals wns
the Hon. Ronald C. Lindsay, rharge
d'AffatrM at the Hrltlah Kmbiuisy In
Washington, He was greatly amused
to observe the plrketlng Irish women at
Die pier and hoped they would not mls
nke him for a more Important British
official, as he said they had onco mls
lakcn Kamonn Dc Valera himself. He
said he had come here after a leave of
absence only to clear up his affairs at
Washington, as. he has been promoted to '
tno higher post of Counsellor to the
Hi lilhh Embassy at Paris.
H. L. Peters, managing director of
Llpton, Ltd., arrived on the first leg of
a round the world Journey given him as
a vacation by Sir Thomas Upton. His
wife and daughter accompanied him.
Another Journeyer around the world was
Miss Hatred Ansen Ott, twenty-year-old
Qlrl Scout from Denmark, who Is being
sent on the trip by a Danish newspaper,
for which she U writing her experiences.
Arriving to rejoin and marry her
sweetheart was Miss Roea Prollk of
Trague, Ciecho-Rlovakia. Her fiancee,
Major Jlra Hedmlk, assistant military
attache to the Ciecho-Slovak Legation at
Washington, was at the pier to meet her.
Ihey had not seen each other In six
years, she having been busy with her
war work and the Major having been en
gaged successively during the war with
the French army, the Polish, and then
the troops of his own Caecho-SIovakla.
Thirteen members of a Hrltlah cricket
team arrived to play matches with the
various cricket clubs In this country,
riiey were met at the pier by Sidney
Young, a prominent Philadelphia rports
inun, whose guests they will be for a
time. They were escorted to a special
car ho had reserved for them over the
Pennsylvania Rullroad, and they went
directly to Philadelphia.
Oeorge Arllss, the actor, returned, with
Mrs. Arllss. He said he is to appear
fool) In a new play the name of which
lias not been selected. Laurence Leon
ard, well known British barytone, ar- '
rived to sing under a three year contract
with Mrs. Antonla Sawyer. Mme. Novello
Da vies, mother of Ivor Novello, com
poser of the music to "Keep the Home
Klres Htfrnlng," and other popular bal
lads, was another arrival. James 11
West, Chief BDOUt executive of the Boy
Smuts of America, and Colin H. Llvlng
rtone of the same organization, returned
after witnessing the "International Jam
boree" of Boy Scout organizations, held
recently In England.
U NSJiVf v 'JKtV u r
San Francisco
Aut umn Modes
for Stout Women
Sizes 392 to 56 Bust, Long or Short Waisted
A"VUR entire busi-
I I ness has been
built on a single
idea to provide for
stout women the same
Fashion service that
other exclusive shops
offer only to slender
Every new feature of
the season is exemplified
the new silhouette, new
fabrics, new shades, new
fur trimmings and new
for Immediate
Years of experience in
fitting the large figure has
given us such skill in de
signing that we are able
to fit practically without
alteration 75 out of every
100 stout women.
Conducting our own workrooms, we are able
not only to quote low prices, but offer such advan
tages 08 duplicating to measure, expert fittings
and changing details to meet individual tastes.
Styles to suit every woman in
the newest materials. Some
hand embroidered, others trim
med with real Filet lace. Also
overblouses of Georgette and
Crepe Meteor,
1 575, 24 50 to 89-50
Coats & Wraps
Tweeds, Polo Cloth, Silvertip,
Velvet, Marvella, Evora, Val
dyne, Velour, Duvet de Laine,
Fortuna, Bolivia, Tinsel Cora,
Mixture, Lucerne, Bokhara.
Some beautifully fur trimmed
4750, 79 50 to 250 00
Cheviot, Oxford, striped and
plain Silvertip, Yalama, Suede
Velour, Tricotine, Marvella ajid
Valdyne. Braid trimmed. Others
hand embroidered. Some beau
tifully fur trimmed.
5950, 8950 to 32500
Tricotine, Serge, Tricolette,
Crepe de Chine, Taffeta, Kitten's
Ear Satin, Georgette, Canton
Crepe, Paulette, Arlette Crepe,
Lace and Spangled Robes. Hand
embroidery, fur and ribbons.
3950, 59-50 to 33500
WE still have to close out the following articles
in late summer apparel. Many of these are suit
able for Fall as well as immediate wear. To be sold at
Radical Reductions
$49.75 coats. Made of
Taffeta and Pongee. Re
duced to
$79.50 coats. Tricotine,
Serge and Tweed. Re
duced to
$$8.00 coats. Made of
Tricotine and Serge. Re
duced to
$75.00 suits. Serge and
Tricotine. Broken sizes.
Reduced to.. ..........
$4.80 waists. Silk and
Voile. Reduced to
$9.80 waists. Cotton and
Silk. Reduced to
$22.80 waiats. Silk and
Net. Reduced to... ...
$22.50 dresses
Cotton Voile.
Made of
to !
$32.50 dresses. Voile and
Crepe le Jour. Reduced
$54.50 dresses. Made of
Taffeta and Voile. Re
duced to
$10.95 skirts. Made of
Cotton Gabardine. Re
duced to
Bathing Suits
$7.95 bathing suits.
Satin. Reduced to
$14.50 bathing suits.
Wool Jersey. Reduced to
$29.50 bathing suits. 1
Silk Taffeta. Reduced to
Sites Limited
21-23 W. 38th St., Just West of 5th Ave.
An Advertisement in the Lost and Found Columns
of THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD offers a real
possibility of recovering your tost property.
Umbrella Specials
Women i Cotton Umbrellas with
neat handles strongly made and nicely
Unusual Values at 2.35
Colored Silk Umbrellas of a fine qual
ity newest styles.
Very Special 8.95
New Store Hours: 9 to 5:30 P. M., Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 7th
Jlstn&fb, GnMatJe c& Co.
5uj ctareime at 40tB j&wel
Hair Nets
Arnold's quality Nets coupled with
the standard special price that we
have consistently maintained for
almost a year, is a combination that
cannot be equalled. The most
wanted colors are represented in Cap
and Al lover shapes at 1.00 Doa.
Grey and White Nets. 2.00 Doa.
Reversible Velour
The new Fall price will be higher
re-orders are subject to a revision
in the wholesale quotation, there
fore a very substantial saving can
be effected if purchases are made
while the present stock is complete.
In these attractive color combinations:
Blue and Gold
Brown and Brown
Blue and Blue
Blue and Mulberry
Blue and Brown
Blue and Rose
Unusually Low Priced at
Motor and Steamer
Two specials at prices thai posititely cannot be duplicated else
where, quality considered.
Rugs that are plain on one
side and plaid on the reverse
self fringed and extra sized.
Regularly 28.00
A new Steamer and Auto
Rug just received last week.
All wool in a variety of plaids
and plain colors.
Regularly 42.50
Spencers and Jackets
A New assortment in Autumn shades.
Jackets as illustrated a
close fitting model made of
oft wool finished with a
V neck and self facing.
1 lbl . , h l "I, ' sjuf 'OSJbli V i lyi 1 1 1 1 Bll fcSM ITfTlfcsSSMa
Spencers of a superior
quality of wool dainty sur
plice model that can be
worn under suits and coats
,lkv. 2.95
Sport Hosiery at .95 Pr.
Drop stitch effects in smart colorings embracing black and green
black and red black and white and purple mixtures;, also all black
and cordovan, plain weaves in black, white and cordovan. Lisle tops
and seamed backs. Value 1.50 Pr.
Rugs and Carpets
A showing that embraces every weave in a choice
of plain colors or designs to harmonize with carious
room furnishings.
Scotch Chenille Axminster Rugs
the product of the world's best known maufacturers.
30x60 11. 00 to 17.75
36x72 14.75 to 21.50
76x9 60.00 to 75.00
76xlQ.6 1 87.50 to 92.50
9,106 82.50 to 105.00
9xl2 95.00 to 122.70
Plain Color Carpets
Plain Wiltons, Wilton Velvets, and Imported Seamless Scotch
Chenille Axmins'ers in Grey. Green. Taupe, Tan, Blue, Rose.
Lavender, etc.
Widths range from 27 inches at 5.75 to 4.6, 9.0, 12.0, 15
and 18 feet
t 20.00 Per square yard
A Great
Silk Event
No Approvals No Exchanges
Advance Fall Sale
Arnold's Quality Linens
Priced to meet the new economy standards and in some instances
at aboutjto-day's wholesale cost.
Irish Damask Table Cloths with Napkins to match an unexpected arrival of an order placed
months ago for Fall exhibition, renders this sale of pure Irish double satin Damask Cloths and Napkins
possible. Just enough for a few days' selling.
CLOTHS. 72 x 72 inches 16.75 Each
CLOTHS, 72 x 90 inches 21.00 Each
NAPKINS, 22 x 22 inches L. 21.00 Don
NAPKINS. 24 x 24 inches. .23.50 Down
' Extra fine Imported Union Linen Table Cloths (Linen and Cotton), the balance of our old stock
at what they cost wholesale six months ago. In three beautiful round designs.
Size 67 x 68 inches. . 5.75 Each
Satin America
Extra fine quality 35 in.
Old Rose
CnUrn RrntBn
and a complete line of changeable effects.
Ivory Clel
Mai, Nile
Tan Orchid
Grey Alice
Delft Copen
Taupe Seal
Emerald Royal
Red , Garnet
Prurm Admiral
Navy Midnight
Medium Brown
Formerly 5.25 to 5.50 yd.
ciinBrilliant Dress Taffeta
in every wanted
autumn coloring. 35)
inches wide. For-'
merly 3.00-3.25.
a superior quality i
35 inches wide all
colon including navy (
and black, formerly '
Printed Georgette Crepe and Voiles
in attractive designs 40 inches wide
Regularly 4.50 yard.
ilea )
ide. V
Towel Values
-that are unequalled
Hemstitched Union Linen (Linen and Cot
ton) Huck Towels an extra fine soft quality
two attractive, border designs.
Our Regular LIS Grade .69 Ea.
Linen Face Towels of Webb's "Dew
Bleached" Huck-
Guest Size. 12.50 Doen
Larger Size. 15.75 Dozen
Hemstitched Irish Linen Pillow Cases
Very unusual values at these prices
8.50 Grade 6.45 Pr.
Extra Special!
Sheets and Pillow
At 10 discount for this week
Arnold's "Clydesdale" quality of fine cotton
a brand that needs no further description
to emphasize its durability.
SHEETS plain hemmed
Size Regularly
63 x 99 3.00 Ea.i
72 x 99 3.25 Ea.
72 x 108 3.60 Ea.
81 x 108 4.00 Ea.l
90x99 4.00 E..
90 x 108 4.35 Ea.
PILLOW CASES plain hemmed-
42 x 38H .60 E..I
45x38 .85 E.. 1no
50 x 38 .95E..)ity
Hemstitched and Pillow Cases in a good range
of sizes also subject to the 10 reduction from
regular prices during this week only.
Dress Materials
all wool qualities in correct weights.
DRESS SERGE 41 inches wideIn Navy.
Midnight Blue, Taupe, frown, Green, Plum and
2.75 Quality. Special at 2.25
CHECK VELOURS-54 inches wide in Blues.
Browns, Greens and Taupes.
5.50 Quality. Special 4.95 yd.
WOOL PLAIDS-54 inches wide-this fabric
is again to the fore this season and justly so, be
cause of its durability and smartness. In dis
tinctive new colorings for Fall.
6.95 Quality. Special 6.25
7 Day Sale of
Oriental Rugs
At 10, 15. 20 and 25 Discounts, accord
ing to size.
Antique Beloochistan Saddle Mats
average 2.0 x 2.4 to 3 x 3.0
Formerly 20.00 to 35.00
Silky Moussouls approximate size 3.6
x 6.4. Formerly 78.00 to 135.00
Dozars and Hamadan Rugs approxi
mate size 4!6x6.6
Formerly 185.00 to 285.00
Beautiful Sarouks approximate size
Formerly 300.00 to 450.00
Persian Carpets and extra heavy Arak
Carpets in exquisite colorings.
Anatolian Carpets in light cream and
pink tones sizes ranging from 6 x 9 to
10.6 x 14.0
Formerly 565.00 to 1350.00'.
Chinese Rugs in rich tones of Blue,
Pink and Gold sizes 8 x II to 12 x 15.
Formerly 550.00 to 1350.00.
Special Sale of
Negligee Shirts
present and
Fall Wear
Mostly neat, staple patterns with a few novelties that are
exceptionally good. Satin striped or corded Madras with
fast colored printed stripings. Soft cuffs.
Regular Values 3.00 and 3.50
Milanese Silk Gloves2.00 Pr.
Extra heavy quality for Fall wear.
Silk Gloves will take their place this autumn as a fashionable accessory, due to the
high prices of suede and kid women will find them practical and smart, especially when
embellished with;Paria Point and contrasting embroidery. In Pongee. Grey. Mastic,
Beaver, Black and White.
Blankets and Comfortables
can be bought here in the August sale at less than pre
vailing market prices!
White Blankets-Single Bed Size
Rttularly 8.25 August Sale 7.00
Extra doable bed she cut and bound separately.
Regularly 12 JO. Auguat Sale 11.35
Figured Silkoline Comfortables with plain sateen borders cotton filled.
Regularly 8.00. , August Sale 6.25
Comfortables of Silkoline with plain and dotted Mill borders cotton filled.
Regularly 9JS. August Sad 8.00
Presenting the New Modes in
Fall and Winter Apparel
Featuring a smart Tweed Suit
as illustrated at a very special
introductory price of 48.50.
An authentic collection showing reproduc
tions from late Paris models in Duvet de
Laine, Ylama, Veldyne, in a range of cor
rect new shades plain and fur trimmed.
Coats and Wraps developed in the season's
most desirable fabrics, including Veldyne,
Evora Superior, etc
There is still lime to tae
advantage of the
20 to 33 Discounts
now featured on late Spring and

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