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iUE POSSIBLE As15. aeft W Deliver *e@ASEAmontOf Food To Any Pereen. Mr NORMAN HAPOOD. A stop has been taken ir Rusa it~It that will reacb the hearts of an , wo hve friends In that unhappy eftstry. it difers from al1 other stps4 in that ,it en. ables anybody with a friend or relative or acquaintance In Russla to reach that person with a specic a mount of food. . It also en able him 1e designate the kind of food. And he can be sure that it will arrive and ar rive promptly. The Ameri can Relief clation her= ter will accept money i this country and for the aoney it will deliver the designated 9004, to the person named, at any Of its houses in Russia. Now suppose you have been worry Ing and sorrowing for four years, or even seven years and a half over the fate of somebody dear to you amid the Russian snows. Suppose you pic ture him or her as actually starving, or as obtaining so little nourishment that it brings the victim slowly toward the ave. W t do you do? You decide first how much money you can afford to live. There is only one condition about the amount, it must be ter dol lats or some multiple of ten dollars. This Is merely for business conven ience. You can -send ten dollars, or , or three hundred, or any t divisible by ten. Selection of Foods. Thea, if you know the tastes and halots of that person you can select the food. The following are the foods arp which you can make your r-FLOUR. it is an extraordinary fact that the American Relief Associa tion can furnish flour in Petrograd to dag for less than it can be bought in the open market at your corner gro csr7 store. It can do this and not loe any money on the transaction. 2-LARD. Koeher oil can be had in psob of lard. 3--BACON. This has been selected as the most desirable and economical among the meats. d--0NDENSED MILK. Milk has been one of the terrible shortages and one that has failed with especially tragic results in small children. .--BEANS. Among all vegetables beans stand at the top In approaching the properties of meat. 4-l'EA. Those who know Russia know the Ingrained habit of depending largely on tea. This is largely the < in other countries also where un boIled water is unsafe, as in Japan and China. 7-SUGAR.. This essential of diet has been so short that a Russian I know of. over eight years of age. in asking American frfends for help. put candy first. -CORN, HOMINY OR RICE. 9--VEGETABLE OIL. 10--COOA. If you have no reason for preferring another city, address American Relief Association. New York, and use New York draft, certified check, or money order. You may address the Ameri can Relief Association at Washington or London if you prefer. The association will notify the re cipient about appearing at the wage house at Moscow. Petrograd, Samara. Kasan, Simbrisk, or Saratov. Your only Job is to give the name and last known address with absolute clear The association charges a commis sion of 25 per cent. This quarter of the whole amount goes to the Russian children. From what I said about flour, you can imagine that even after taking the percentage for the children the Relief Association can deliver for the amount paid far more than c ld possibly be delivered in any er way, even if there were any other safe way open to the sender. Only Safe Way. But there. lsn't. This Is the first timne since the deadly famine began that there has been any sfe way of reaching the individual sufferer as designated by the sender. I know, be -ass I have been greatly interested in the fete of a number of persons in Russia and have gone fully into the various methods of attempting to reach them. prom my acquaintance with offi cials in varlnus organization, I have had more ways than would be open to the average citizen, and yet the total result of my efforts has been discouraging. Now, for the first time I can nend~ money and know that it will surely result In food for the spe cial sufferers who have been on my mind. Does Chores at 106. MONTRICAL, Quebee. Oct. 21.-Nor bert Barnebe today celebrated his 306th birthday by dloing chores about hiis house. His mnther lived to be 110. A m.ss o shoetrmt CABBAGE SALE Fine New York Stock Danish Variety At All Stores Per Lb., For this sale we have arranged for liberal quantities for each store. Two carload. have just been deliver which, withpart of a car sent out on Monday of this wee starts us of on this sale with nearly THREE carloads. WZ at that there won't be any too much to supply the demand which our price will create. Selling in large volume, these staple artiles of food qnable us to make prices which would otherwise be impossible. Come in and look over the stock early while the stock is most nearly complete. A Nice Picnic Shoulder to Cook With the Cabbage We are going to have about 6,000 of those fancy grade small "picnics" for this week-end sale. Our Price, per lb., 1 6c Kingan 's Lard in Cartons Last week we offered this Fine Quality Lard at a very low price. This week we have more of it and you can buy it at the same price. Kingan's Lard in like other Kingan products-the Iind you can depend on proving highly satisfactory. For the convenience and economy you will insist on having lard packed in the one-pound cartons. The advan tages are quickly apparent when you get it into your kitchen. So until Saturday's closing our price while our stocks last will be Kingan's Carton Lard, Per 1-Lb Carton, 1 31c DoYou Use a Butter Substitute? If You Do, Why Pay More Than We Ask You for This Brand Eckerson's Top Notch Brand This is the product containing oleomargarine as dis tinguished from the goods which do not contain animal fats. Eckerson's "Top Notch" Brand is just what the name implies, and we believe is not excelled in quality. If you want to economize by using a butter substitute you should give "Top Notch" a trial. Our Price Per One-pound Carton ........ ...2 5 c NOTE-A capsule of coloring matter is given you with each purchase. n your kitchen you can color "Top Notch" to the rich golden color so much desired in butter spreads. Here Is A Two-Lb. Carton of Salt At An Old Time Price "Saltiest Salt"-that's what it's called- Per Pk is packed in a two-pound carton, from which you can "pour" it. It's the nine grade of table salt you demand. We bought it quick ly-you'll do the'same when you see it. A big value in a handy package. Carload just received, and each store is ready for you. Ceresota Flour We call your attention to the fact that Ceresota Flour is now selling in our stores at prices the lowest we have offered it since this. brand was placed on sale in our stores. You can't go wrong on "Ceresota',-it's one of the best, and a trial bag will fully convince you that no better flour could be desired. 5-Lb. Trial Size, 29c 12-Lb. Bag, 68c 24.Lb. Bag,. 25 ww 19STORES On Last Monday We Announced that We Had, -o- 25,000 Packages --of Procter & Gamble's Star Naphtha Washing Powder to give away with purchases of other .products made by these manufactur ers. Until these are entirely disposed of you can secure same on the basis mentioned below. These 25,000 packages were apportioned among our stores, and this offer is good in each store until the lot apportioned - it is sold out-then, of course, this offer is void as to that particular store. Perhaps you will wonder how we can give away merchandise to the value of nearly two thousand dollars. The answer is that this is an advertising proposition; and if you realized what it would cost through other forms of advertising to get 25,000 packages of Star Naphtha into the homes of Wash ington, you would be convinced thatthis method is really the cheapest that can be devised. Procter &.Gamble's products--such as Star, P. G. White, Ivory and Lenox Soap-are known in most every household; and once you use Star Naphtha Washing Powder, we feel confident that it will be added to your list of household "standbys." Now Let Us Tell You Just How We Are Offering it to You FREE With Purchases of Other Procter & Gamble Products Buy any one of the assortments Assortment No. I here listed, and with each assort- 4 Cakes Star Soa 2 ment we will give you FREE one 1-pound Package of Star Naphtha Assortment No. 2 Powder. 4 Cakes P&GWhite25C These are soaps well known to you Assorbnent No. 3 and which are big sellers in all our stores. it will pay you to anticipate4Cae Ivrs a1 9 your wants somewhat in order to get the free powder. Buy at many as- Assortment No. 4 sortments as you want-it's first come, 6 Ca L eno2 first served. m e These Prices Until Saturd y's Closing Some Big Values 4Pillsbury's Pancake Flour, 2 C 25c Comet "Unkoted" Rice, per lb. 82c Ritter's Pork & Beans, 3 a 25 c Roger's Evaporated Milk, Can OC White Potatoes, per Pound, 3c Sweet Potatoes, 4 Pounds for 15c Do You Use Cocoa? 'Then this should interest you. We are ready to give you a bargain in breakfast cocoa such as we have never offered before. We found an opportunity of buying a product at a ridiculously low price, due entirely to the fact that the seller wanted to have money instead of cocoa. We satisfied ourselves that it was good cocoa, such as we could recommend and guarantee to yotl. We ordered a carload. It came to us packed in large barrels, but we have repacked it into Ball's "Ideal" one-quart fruit jars, and we are going to offer it to you at a very mod erate price. If you use cocoa, we urge you to buy a pound. If it doesn't suit you, return it and get your money back. One Pound of Pure Cocoa in a One Quart "Ball's" Ideal Fruit Jar for 19 APPLES We have supplied our stores with the best assortment of apples we have had in our stores for several years. A pples are not so high i riced at our stores that you can't afford them. We have a varied assortment, including in most stores such excellent kinds as Jonathan, Winter Banana, Delicious, Grimes Golden and York Imperials. Look over the stock in our store near est your home-you will find some of these varieties there. Eating 1 I/ York 1)Lbs. Apples, lb a j icImerial I for 25C Fancy Eating Lare Sizes-Sold By the Piece Samtary Butter, lb., 52c It ye are patrono our steap eouer VW, doe' mils sne of th yb"l efferlpin our e~' it e you a eutrem dly fie r and we guerantee at fve Aw m me nstiac that anyothe ndIt gdl I p ste you pay. Tft a bread att e nita It ry"Bra-dog (In Cartons) Per D .... aregg w sold irn our Snitary Cartn orin bulk in our stoe g a wn o for on mption A o egg a a good tg nd Mwhhom aot of store dou o t . ll coe t Wt g o ludtln t-if cs*areul eletd and *can d her e - s-.| r.ao why the. Ouo w oice of can r a c t all the eggs which we sell. very btares etdfr Dourzen.yrn...erpe Thus in by in our Sanitary rnd carton eggs you are abso lutely Insured angainst loss. Smoked Hams,Per. Lb., 2 7c Due to the scarcity of small sizes we could only seenre a limited number for this sale. So eg .. i wrs w l. be the disappointed ones. Washington Flour, 6 lbs.. n. .E. 30c Washington Flour, 12 lbs. .... 55c Washington Flour, 24 lbs.......a1.05 Gold Medal lour,6lbs........ 34c GoldMedal Flour, lbs......... 62c Gold Medal Flour, 24 lbs.........$1.21 Aunt Jemima Pancake......... 15c Virginia Pancake ............... 124c Gold Medal Buckwheat......... 10C Log Cabin Syrup, 16 oz .......... 27c Log Cabin Syrup, 36 oz......... 53c Park Brand Syrup.............. 23c Sanitary Corn Syrup..9c, 15c and 27c Karo Syrup, 10-lb. can.,......... 55c Borden's Chocolate Malted Milk 35c Peerless Small Green Lima Beans, 23c Silver Lake Large Green Lima. 23c Silver Lake Pumpkin, can....... 224c Shriver's Very Small Peas, can... 30, Shriver's Blue Ridge Sifted Peas, can ........................ 174c Shriver's Silver Label Peas, can.. 13c Shriver's Cut Stringless Beans, can ........................ 124-c Shriver's Golden Bantam Corn.. 174c Peter Pan Peas .... 0 ............. 224c Peter Pan Corn ................. 1c Paris Sugar Corn...........3 for 50c Blue Bell Shoe Peg Corn......... 1Sc Here Are Some Big Values.. You'll Quickly Convince Yourself if You'll Take Time to Look Thea. O)ver Schimmel's Preserves, 16-oz. jar. 30c Schimmel's Jelly, per glass.-...--.l 12c Olirtice Bros. Jam, per jar. ...... 35c Premier Brand Grape Jam, a very fine product, per jar........ 30c Tell the Children That They Can Buy the Best-Known Brands of Chewinag Gum at Our Stores at 3 Pkgs. for 10c TOKAY15 GRAPES, Per Lb......., NEW PRICE ON JOS. PHILLIP'S "ORIGINAL" All Pork Sausage Per.35c Delivered Daily to All Our Storei' Jos. Phillip's Frankfurter Style Smnoked. Pure Sausage, per lb.. .. . . . . . . . . ..