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The evening post. (New York [N.Y.) 1832-1920, May 14, 1917, Image 2

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,.,r, ·.o \ \\ .. MANUF AC!URERS MEET HERE \ National Association Begins Three· Day Dhcussion of Problem Caus· ed by War. .I ~ ~on~idered stamP and I •• ' .. / l TIFFANY & Co. J.E:WELRY, SILVERWARE~ CLOCKS \ . f WATCHES. CHINA, STATIONERY los::;e~. 1 espectivE•l)·, of 23 and 24 compared with Saturd~y·~ eloae. lU:i$.1iS t~ n: b'OLLt'fWS SCI t. .... ./ I .. Democratic and Republican Speakers to Aid \in Publicity Campaign Behalf of Bond Issue. WASHING'j;Ol'.\ May 14.-PJan• for old- fashiOned popul~r rallles, organized to stimulate interest in the liberty loan, 1 1 with a corps of political orators of the two great poll tical parties enlisted in a spe~ campaign, was th~ subject or a conference here to-day between Bee- r< tary McAdoo and Vance C McCormick, Democratic National Chairman. )fr McCormick came here to discuss the ad- visability of reviving the Democratic ~pPak:Prs' BUreau. which w~:s active in the pol!ticnl campaign last fall, to help I diJ·ect the publicitY work for the honds 1 \ H~ promised also to conpomtP '~ltb r'halr· man Willcox, of the Republican National Committe<>, in a silnllu actiYity. Secretary McAdoo wlll set the pnc<> for such a spea!Ung oampaign by start- Ing this week on a tour of 'IV estern c1tles. He will speak Thursday at ChiCago and later go. to M!lwaultee, St. PaUl, Des Moines, r-tncoln, Denver, and Kansas ('Jty, and probably other cities. OPPOSE ROOSEVELT'S GOING TO FRANCE (OontfOlJied trom Paue One.) ~~iw.:~~;:.. ~ , .. ,,.. I \ \ -i' • \\' \'~ ' We have. adjusted our policy to mee~ present economic con~itions .:.-.- doing more business ·at lessened profits (in many ... ~fances ·foregoing them entirely)· k®Ping our workrooms . ~nd selling forces fully employed . . \ / Value~ cannot help but appeal women who want beautiful new !ash- . yet desire . to· , prac~1ce • \ Attention IS directed to these Revised Prices Goats, Capes and Cape-coats $35-$45-. _$65 Formerly $50 to $95-at MODEL COATS-formerly $150 to. $295-at $95 to $145. Fashionable . Tailored Suits Street and Afternoon Dresses I ·at $35, $45, $65 Formerly $65, $85, $95~ Handsome Evening Gowns ' . Formerly' $110 to $225--- at$75, $95,$125 r---ORIGINAL IMPORTED MODEL GOWNS- -fror;n Callot-Cheruit-Lanvin-Jenny:-Doeuillet-Pa- quin- Bulloz- Premet- Drecoli-Georgette .,nd others- AT HALF ORIGINAL~PRICE.S. Formerly $225 to $650 -at $100 to $300. Afternoon and Evening Wraps Formerly $95 to $175- at $65-$95-$]25 Street and Dress Hats· Formerly $25, $30 to $45- at $1 0-$15-$2Q .------IMPORTED MODEL HATS;-----..., -including designs from Lewis-Maria Guy-Lanvin- Reboux-Chanel-Cheruit-and others- $2 Sand $3 5 Formerly $45 to $75 at $10 to $35 Blouses at$], $10, $]5 IMPORTED \\'fQDEL BLOUSES AT HALF PRICE STRIPED SILK SWEATERS-formerly to $45-at $20 KNITTED WOOL SWEATERS-formerly $15-at $] 0 Summer Furs-at 2 0% Reduction Luxurious qualities-made into advance Autumn Models-at futly 20% below the present market values-and scheduled to I advance in price 2W c more-therefore. by investing NOW, you save practically 40r; of the prices which wil undoubtedly prevail in the Autumn • ~ .. ... ' ... . r ' . - Ri E: Of th! '01 1lJ1 \\' Ill• • \\ \' lm pr pr I a :u~o fo') .. r ~. lh !II I I 1' 111 H ~1 fl to ,. f•! . In 11< '\ \' \I ul \' f, ~~ n ,. II 1• 'l \ . ..

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