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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1922.
around Mount Blanc, Slmpton and St.
Gothard and winter temperature pre
vails In tho Tyrol.
A strike of silver has been inado at
Red Lake, New Ontario, near tho Manitoba-boundary
Manuel Heyes mid Federico Arias.
Guatemalan rebels, liavo been ordered
Tho French liner France has left
Havre for New York.
Fire wrecked the former Austro-Hun-garlan
arsenal ut I'ola, Roma reports.
A plague of 300,000 storks has de
scended upon Ocynhauscn, Westphalia.
Fifteen fishermen were drowned when"
the Pierre Bernardo, French-Canadian
vessel, foundered off the Grand Banks.
CITY CHILD WELFARE
Dr. ( iiprlnticl, Mnrrti-i Mnrln mill
liiplilr Irene l.neh Askeit to Mionlt.
Health Commissioner Copeland, for
ler Borough President Marcus M.
lorks and President Sophie Irene Loch
f the Child Welfare Board have been
nvltcd to (iddross the Child Welfare
"onference at Public School No. 61
Tenth Street, near Avenue B, to-night,
in the subject of roof playgrounds and
he health of the city child.
These Friday night conferences are
now of an Informal naturo and tho gen
eral public Is requested to attend and
take part In the proceedings until a
standardized method of co-ordinating all
tho child welfare activities of the city
had been evolved In tho meantime
ouch Individual retro as Mrs. Ida Is
suer's four children nru taken up for
Immediate action to demonstrate the
necessity of the public taking a prac
tical hold of these subjects. Dr. Cectlr
U tlrcll will bo the presiding officer.
Greenfield & Co., No. 35 Bradway. The
petition does not mention either liabili
ties nr assets.
The creditors are Oeorgo W Hoahur
$125; Emlllo Itodrlguez, $40. and Edith
limnen, J40. Max Itockmore, No. 217
Broadway. Is attorney for the petl
IN NEW H. C. L. RIOTS
Mob Defies I'olice in Ruhr
One Killed in Silesia.
BERLIN, Sept. IB. Riots over the
high cost of living have occurred on
i largo sc.ilo in two of tho blcgest
At Bochutn, In tho Ruhr, a mob of
6,000 took possession of tho Motko
markt, plundering stalls and knock
ing down anil disarming tho pollco
Reinforcements arrived and tried to
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clear tho market but were met with
a hall of stones and fruit.
On tho other side of Germany In
Hllcsla workers returning home re
fused to pay their railroad fare, and
when pollco were called, attacked
them. The police then opened fire,
killing ono nnd wounding; several.
In Upper Silesia both German and
Polish workers threaten wholesale
seizures If prices do not fall.
WfcKer T. Doyle, auditor of the Ex
Changs Truit Company of Boston, hn
been arrestod, chnrged with Mealln?
lll.UO from the bank.
Marlbel Rockwell Schaefor, who'
claimed to be the wife of a titled Ilrltnn
ln taken from n Nocro resort In C'hl
ctato, has been Identified as he daugh
ter of Mrs. Jennie Harvard, a poor
ldow of Lexington, Mo.
James J. Nedley, resident or New
Tork twenty-four years,' has been un
pointed Chief of Pollco of Greenwich,
wants the State to establish an official
publicity bureau to spend $1,000,000 ad
vertising: the natural beauties of New
Tho beer flood at Johnstown, 1'u ,
which attracted Nation-wide notice n
few weeks aco. has pissed Into history.
Premier IJojd George of Great DH
lain has accepted tin Invitation to at
tend the fourth annual convention of
tho American Legion In New Orleans
A Grand Jury In Baltimore has re
turned a presentment again it Harry B.
Wolf, ex-ConRressman and prominent
criminal lawyer, on a charge of conspi
racy to obstruct Justice.
FIlACTt'HKI) MCUI.I, AW TllltKK
HII1S llltOKHN IN COLLISION
EGG HAKIIOK, N. J., Sept. IB. Itob
rt Lloyd of Llnwood, N. J., Is In n
critical condition In tho Atlantic City
Hospital following a collision between
its light truck and a ten-ten truck on
Jie White Horse pike near here last
night. He sustained a fractured skull
and three broken ribs.
BROKERAGE FIRM FAILS
IN INVOLUNTARY ACTION
Creditor Sne Win. Greenfield A C.
.i. art iironiiTvnr.
An Involuntary petition In bankruptco
was filed to-day against Edwin H
Irccnfleld and Kenneth Smith, stock
brokers, trading under the name of Win
nt.cKi.Kv !ti"t,i, his nttRB-rnicni
GREENWICH, Conn., Sept. 1J.
Clement Ray has sold for Charles T.
Buckley, lawyer of New York City, his
estate at Hcllhaven to Watson B. Rob
ertson, also of New York, for $50,000.
On. hundred new vice Indictments
Lwere, returned by a drnnd Jury In At-
I lanuo uny ana more are expected.
.The Adirondack Resorts Association
Heavy snow Is falling In the Alps
BONWIT TELLER 6XO
FIFTH AVENUE AT 06 STREET
Present a New Style Theme
in the Millinery Mode The
OF FELT WITH DRAPED BAND AND
"TWIN-CHOU" OF VELVET OR SATIN
EWE variations of shape in the
"twin-chou" hat make it becoming
to all faces and all types of daytime
costumes. It is new, smart, and the
mode of the moment-after-next.
Franklin Simon & Co, Boys' Shops
Same grade last year 15.75
Two Pairs of Trousers!
STRIKING example of the
drastic downward readjustment
of prices in our clothes for
boys! Tweeds, navies and
heathers. One pair of straight
trousers, one pair of knicker
bockers and an extra detach
able pique collar on the coat,
without extra cost!
5 to 10 years
Individual Boyi Shops Fifth Floor
Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Sts.
Children' Hatrcutting Shop Fifth Floor
Store Hours 9.00 A. M. to 5.80 P. Af.
James McCreery & Co.
Presenting Misses' Apparel for Fall with
Important Values Tomorrow
They also have
a hraided girdle
to match with
B u ff , Henna
and White of
The Essentials of Mademoiselle's
Wardrobe Must Combine the Essence of
the Mode with Good Values
Quality and Individuality Mark These Frocks
25.00 to 38.00
Of course the frock must be different, an important feature with us.
Jf it be tailored it appears in Poirct Twill, Serge or Jersey. The more
fanciful styles take to Flat Orepe, Canton Crepe, Crepe de Chine and
Satin and choose such colors as Paris Brown, Navy and Black.
Modish Suits of Unquestionable Distinction, 65.00
Exceedingly smart are these models of Duvet de Laine with a short
flare box coat, wide sleeves and collars of Kit Fox, Kolinsky, Squirrel,
Brown or Tan Caracul. Colors: Navy Blue or Paris Brown.
Luxurious Coats for the Afternoon, 85.00
These Coats are developed of the 'finest materials of the season and
topped with large collars of Wolf, Beaver, Opossum. Of course, there is
a choice of Carmel Brown, and the ever-present Navy Blue or Black.
Sizes 14 to 18 years. Fm$h Floor
Here You Will Get the Newest in
Fall Low Shoes
They Arrive Every Day
A The Nancy, of Patent Leather or a
Patent Leather Vamp with otter ooze
quarter, all otter ooze, Black satin or Black
Calfskin, hand-turned Soles and Louis heels.
B The Floraine, a Tongue Pump of
Patent Leather or Brocaded Satin in Brack
or Brown, with Louis heel. 11.00
C The Vari appears in combinations of
beige colored ooze trimmed with Patent
leather or Tan Calfskin, Black Calf trim
med with Patent Leather or entirely of
Patent Leather. 11.00. Some are in .all
over brocaded gold and silver, 12.00
They are developed in
Dimity and are entirely
ished with edgings of real
laces. A blouse which
you can secure with an
opening in front or backi
Upon which you may rely
They are a striking value at
this price, but they have
proved thcirwearing qualities.
Each is full fashioned 'with
Lisle soles and tops in Polo,
Otter, Brown, Beaver, Gray,
Black and White.
Famous Over Oa(f a Century
'The Original Silk Shop"
The newest Autumn Silks will
be found in our Silk Shop in
a quality which has made
them famous for over half a
Silk Radium for blouses,
negligee and lingerie. 40 in.
wide, , . , yard, 2.95
Italian Silk Brocades made
to our order for rich fur lin
ings, yard, 3.95
White Satin for the bride,
lV. 8. Trtcbttok) yard, 1.95
t Soeond Floor
You will Want to Possess
It is of 14 kt. White gold with
ribbon bracelet and contains a
guaranteed 15-jewcled lever
movement. Very rarely is it
possible to obtain so small a
rectangular shaped watch of
this quality at so low a price.
in Elbow Length
Elbow length SuedettcGloves
of a quality which will prove
its worth iri wear. Such of the
newest Fall colors as Mode,
Beaver, Sand and Covert are
well represented in attractive
(Kff. Applied for)
Skirts of Wool
are of checked velour or novel
ty striped fabrics in trig tai
lored effects. Of course, there
arc box pleats, side pleats and
the straight-line models. Sizes
2G to 34 inch waistbands.
For Boys and Girls in School
or Just Going
A Sale of Boys1
Tweeds and Herringbones, the
most popular of all wool fabrics,
have been tailored into suits
which can't fail to attract your
attention. You will find them
in all sorts of new sliudes, in
sport and pleated models. Sizes
7 to 18 years.
Golf Caps, 95c
We have them in all sizes,
large and small. In many
cases they match the above
Boys' Woven Blouses, 95c
In the neat designs, checks
and stripes. Turn-back cuffs.
Sizes 7 to 15 years.
Mother will take note of the
quality of the plaid back coating
and its practicality, but daugh
ter will tuke note of its good lines
and unmistakable smartness.
As to colors, it is merely a matter
of 'whether you prefer Blue,
Deer or Paris Brown. Sizes 6
to 14. Fourth Floor
Girls' Frocks of
Particularly if they be so trim
and attractive as these, with bits
of embroidery to brighten them
here and there, and impart a
touch of girlish gayety to the
Navy and Brown. Sizes 6 to 12
years. Fourth Floor)
Another Splendid Group of
Silk and' Leather
Hand Bags, 2.95
Various leathers and silks in unique shapes and
all sizes combine to make this a collection certain
to appeal to your taste. They present values
you simply cannot afford to pass by.
For a Rainy Day!
Women's Umbrellas, 4.85
Colored or Black Silk Umbrellas, large in size,
and of extra heavy quality, with a choice of
distinctive handles. Tips, stubs and case to