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cause military styles necessarily pre war-ridden Europe many fashion au tary styles upon Americans. ||frhe "UNITED" is one institution which ^^jcjpntinue to create American styles for Americans, regardless of what is going pn in Surope.' , f . Instead of freakish clothes we tailor sen sible-and comfortable garments which will continue to be in good taste and not out of style dn a few months. - -You -men-who, have ideas -of your own, come in and permit us to execute them for mm H $13-Coat and Pants?$13 W. A. HERSCH. Pre*. 314 W. Pike Street e Largest $15 Merchant Tailors in America T_r ??? YORK, Setp. 10?The mon- present, however, and perfectly key, party season has opened with a groomed and berlbboned they enter <iinnerand a dance to the Simian ed gayly into the merry spirit of the younger set. The idea is to give the evening. Their very chatter was .monkey and marmosete a status as provocative of conversation. After fashionable companions. the dinner .the monnkeys were taxl s^The; party was given by Mr. and cabbed home. Mrs". ' Rowley Downs, whl have charge of the Majestic roof and are professional dancers who will occupy The snappy comeback for the barbel a conspicuous place in the tango life who confldes in you that he is bogin ,'itisxt winter. The guest of honor was nlng to note gray hairs in your head to^ have been Mrs. Vernon Castle's has been uttered by Jack Hammond dear: little pet and companion, but th? publilcty expert. .*'JT#eety" wes 111. When one made the ,remaTk to him ifXThere were five other pet monkeys the other day at Long Beach he re ' ft!' '? "''"V ; cause I'm not a barter." f* There's probably no place in all New York where a young parrot d?r siring , a fluent flow of conversation caii advance faster than in" Forty fourth street, near Broadway. With the Lambs and the Alpha Belt*'Phi Clnbs on the block the street becomes an open school of expression. In this unvlronment CHeriry Dazlon's Panama-bred -parrot' had a large chance. What he is today he owes to Forty-fourth street. The other, day r. ion .placed the bird on the window s.it for try-out of his monologue. The thoroughfare?popularly known as Sporty-fourth streets-was thronged. flaring called a taxi, joshed Jack Barry more1 aid commented on the passing , crowds, , the parrot got per sonal ahd was called off.. A dozen per sons prominent' In dramatic circles swear,they- are afraid,to go through the stieet'.because of .'the nasty things the bird says about them. The astateof'Gustav Luders amount ed to only |(l?0.- JUiders was for manyj years one'of*, the' best known musical comedy composers and'the recipient for a decade of heavy royalties. He wrote the music for "The Prince of Pllsen," "King Dodo," "The Grand arogul" and "The Bhogun." He was a good friend to many professional people and loaned money to almost anyone who came to him for aid. The Sunday rains which have been prevalent this season have wiped 'out a lot of fortunes of concessionaires at Ooney Island this summer. When it rains Coney is like a deserted village and the loss is one that can never be made up. Thousands of city people are now cliff dwelling twenty mintues from Broadway on the Palisades along the Hudson. The camp is opposite Dyck man street in the Yonkers section and but for the timely protest the beauti ful stretch would have been aban doned to iconoclastic quarrymen who did their uttermost to destroy'it.. Laws have now been passed for its protec tion. A special permit is necessary before a camp , may be established, and no, camping party may remain longer than four weeks. No tree or shrubbry may be cut down. The campers are modest wage earners who have all' the advantages of .the .more expensive places at a very small price. Broadway's wine may soon be more liko pink lemonade than the "impris oned laughter of the pleasant girls of France." The champagne Is ^plentiful but war has made a shortage in casks and it may have to be shipped in red wine casks which will give it a pii> hue. ' FORTIFYING PORT. (BY ASSOCIATED SRMS* PARIS, Sept. 10?Accord'fig to des patch to the Temps from Dedaghatch,. the Bulgarians are actively fortifying that port and ItB environs. Heavy guns'are being placed at all strategic points, eighteen large pieces having been taken through the city last night. . March 25 was once the first day of the year. Rolled in Fresh Cigarettes the World Over "Bull" Durham introduced a distinctive form of tobacco enjoy ment to discriminating smokers throughout the world?popularized the present smart fashion and now universally accepted custom of rolling one's own cigarettes with this pure, mellow tobacco, to meet individual requirements of taste that can be satisfied in no other way. genuine: Millinery is away ahead in Style, Variety-aiid Price of the Milline: i Don't take our wordf or it,' tut .come in and we -will show you. Shapes And All Kinds Of Trimmings. ' Pick your shape which' is most becoming to you; then select youn trimmingsr and suggest the styleyoi T j-.i'i- ?? '1 i. Til 1-n X1_ ? . ? _' j ' i,i| i ijii.i' ATI /N I' I1 A T> n "O ' 3pH f 339 West Main Street .? ' : - j. J BBBBB West Va. V' YOU NEED A NEW HAT - _ ?-?- ? i%*!&-ifS .?&<*hWjjiraaBBW' ? >?%$&.? ISaMS*&??? *' ,iv< ? ? . - - ,? . j "We have just received 500 Sample Hats'. They are .the niftiest and most classy hats ever shown here. [Very stylish patterns.. No ) two alike. ..;v . v: Y, '/ ss-fer? Sample Hats are from one dollar to three dollars cheaper than regular Btocks, and are better si better made'and^better' trimmed. _ w ."v - -*??, x, . ?. ?>_. fe'vV rV ?I ^MB HAKE A NAP. I (A Doctor's Advice to the Colonel.) Do take a nap?a Rip Van Winkle nap; You need a rest and we don't care a rap . I How long' it lasts, because we need one too) You've barked for years and now It s up to you I (To stop the noise that sets our nerves 1 on edge. Give us a chance and we'll redeem your pledge I That you would soon reorganise the world And see that Freedom's banners were unfurled. * [You've often seemed to be the extra| cook Who spoiled much wholesome broth. You always took | Each chance to meddle in without re gard , For subject, persons, time or place. | ?Tls hard I For you to think & plan can. be com plete Unless you edit it?a strange con ceit, | So many men there are with brains enough . To outflank yours. To you this may | seem bluff; To us it is an adamantine fact; You can be spared, so sleep and dream of tact; Then, when you awake .translate your dream aright And life for you and Us will be more bright. We don't .forget that you were presi dent Of these United States?which little meant. To us and to the world, that you were then The leader of our nation's foremos* men. This leadership so tempting proved that you, Once statesman, seemed to take a spoilsman's view Of your surroundings ere yoty terms expired. Your wordg and counsel now have lost much weight. So rest before you meet some sorer I fate. Be sure that still Our Eagle's wings I will flap, iE7en though' you take a Rip Van Winkle nap. H.S. 1* Baltimore, Sept. 10. NO LIGHT Is Thrown by Report as to Whether Ship Was Torpedoed. (Br AMociATcn ' LONDON, Sept 10?The American embassy had forwarded to the Btate department at Washington the re port of Lieutenant Lewis V. Mc Erlde. the naval attache at the em bassy, regarding the sinking of the liner Hesperian. It Is understood that the report throws no new llgbt on the question whether the liner was torpedoed. MAK KILLED. ray AIIOC1ATIO Mtl|) PEORIA, Sept. 10?One man was reported killed 4n an explosion today at the plant of the Western Powder Company at Edwards Station.-fifteen miles west of here, shortly after noon today. The explosion was felt here, numerous windows being broken-In the residence -district. SLOVAK CONVENTION. -WHEELING, Sept. 9.?'The annual 210 W. MAIN STREET, We Give S. & H. Green Trading Stamps, Boys' Shoes, button or lace styles. Made of good solid leather. Size, 9 to 12*. 1 Girls' Shoes, come in vici; lace. Sizes 13 to 2. $1.50, , . r . ? T . values*.. GIRLS' $1.48 SHOES ; - 1 ' ? ?'. Come-in Gun -metal &nd patent-leatiier svitii? cloth 0r kid top. Regular $2;50 -value,...-. i 1......... ? $1 J.ft Boys' Shoes, come in gun metal leather, button and lacc style." Regular $2.50 values.. $1.95 Girls' Shoes $1.9 A special purchase of Girls' -Shoes, come in; patent, gun metal and vici, button style, cloth,or kid top. Regular $3.00 values .... 1 Boy 's Shoes, come, in patent and gun metal leathers, button and lace style. Regular $3.00 values ................... Ladies' Shoes, come in pa tent, 'gun metal and -vici, button style, low or high heel kid or <doth. top. Regular $3.00 value / Our Men's $1.95 shoes are equal to any $3.00 shoe in the market. Come in all styles, all leathers, all sizes. ? ? $2.95 Ladies' Shoes $2.9i . ? ? Come in all leathers, all styles. Regular $4J and $5.00 values Men's Shoes, come in patent, tan, gun metal and vici with ? plain or fancy top. Made on the newiest lasts and styles. Regu lar $4.00 values .. i.. .