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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1922.'
Marooned on Jersey Meadows,
W.C.T.U. Ladies Burn PrayerBooks
Also 1 inhibition Literature, Although Their Car Was
Entirely Surrounded by Water.
ATLANTIC CITY, Sept. 22. Marooned on tho mainland meadows In
darkness lor four hours when a suburban line trolloy car was partly sub
merged by water that covered the tracks, twenty members of the Women's
Christian Temperance Union, returning from a convention in Absccon, last
night, were forced to burn prayer books and prohibition literature they
carried in order to have temporary Illumination.
According to several members of4
the union, who wcro passengers on
tho car, about twcnty-flvo of them
left Absecon after tbo meeting nnd
caught a lato car for Plcasantvlllo
and Atlantic City.
Tho trolley hud rocecded about
one-third of the way over the
meadow land when, without warning,
all tho lights went out and tho car
slopped dcud In a flood of water that
gushed about the wheels. A rescue
car brought the delegates hero.
Battleship Maryland, on a
) Record Trip From Brazil,
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. The
battleship Maryland, on which Secre
tary Hughes and mombors of the
Brazilian Centonnlal Commission are
returning from Rio Janeiro, passed
Bermuda at 10 o'clocn last night and
was then maintaining a speed which
Has expected to bring hfr Into New
fork Saturday morning, said a wire
less despatch from thrt battleship
early to-day to the Navy Department.
Notwithstanding high wind and
heavy seas encountered after day-
break Thursday, tho waves occasion
ally breaking o-er tho battleship's
forecastle and quarterdeck, tho mes
sage said, sho clipped off 440 knots
during tho twenty-four hours ending
Thursday noon, maintaining a speca
which was expected to break all rec
frr f)m rilntntiee. For the total
of 3,900 knots steamed up to that
time tho battleship was said to havo
averaged 18. IS knots per hour.
TWO CHILDREN KILLED,
AUTO DRIVER ESCAPES
Israel Bcglman of No. 605 Atlantic
Avenue, while playing at Oxford Streot
and Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, last
night was struck and Instantly killed by
speeding touring cur.
Scores of pedestrians yelled for the
firlver to atop, but ho put on greater
speed and escaped. A half doien other
youngsters barely escaped the car.
When Joseph Hlncs of No. 374 Whlton
Street. Jersey City, darted across the
street last night he was killed by a
motor truck, the driver of which, the
pollco charge, lifted the. body onto tho
sidewalk and then drovo off. Isadora
Schltngler, forty, the driver, of No. 355
Whlton Street, was arrested for manslaughter.
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A Fashion Newalty!
Jbr 'Ca demoiselle 14 to 20 in.)
The First 'Time
in LCany a 'Day
That Fashion Has
The short separate jacket for
wearoverany frock isthe new
est coat fashion because Paris
has just launched it, and the
most successful coat fashion
because the smartest mem
bers of the younger set are
wearing it. . .. .
9J Qerona, a New Luxurious Velvety
Fabric, With Loig Surplice Shawl
Collar of Moleskin
Other Jacket-Coats '
79.50 lu 135.00
Misses' Wrap Shop Second Floor
' Diuet de
Store Open All Day Tomorrow
James McCreery & Co.
tskirt for lie
38.00 and 75.00
Those of Imported Tweed Suits arc in straight
line effects, but the details of the tailoring impart
a note of distinction not usually found, 38.00
The three-piece Costumes of Duvet le Lainc
and Marlene display generous collars of Tan
Caracul, Kit-Fox, Beaver and Squirrel. The
bodice of the frock is of soft silk in matching or
contrasting colors, 75.00
Pleasing is this Variety of v ,
Misses9 Frocks at 45.00
And delightful is their individuality. Each 13 a
distinctive type for Mademoiselle, be it one of
Poiret Twill in the simple tailored effect or a
Satin Canton or Crepe affair with touches of
embellishment here and there. Naturally enough,
the season's colors. Paris Brown, Navy and
Black are featured. Sizes 14 to 18 years.
Other attractive models in Twill and Silks
at 19.75 to 75.00
Topcoat of Tweed, 25.00
is the most reliable of friends, in any sort of
weather. These, as well as thqsc of double
faced coating, are warmly lined and extremely
well tailored. Some have slit and others patch
pockets. 14 to 18 years.
Other Coats, with or without Fur Collars,
Fourth I loor 25.00 to 75.00
for the Young and Younger Miss
8.75 and 9.75
Smart plaids and plain Navy Blue Serge with
fine knife and combination plaitings give these
skirts their girlish outline. Sizes 25 to 30 lengths.
Tuxedo and Slip-on Sweaters
Retain their Vogue for the Fall
For the yourjg girl a worsted slip-on is prefer
able, of a comfortable Fall weight, featuring a
round neck, and stripe weave with bands of a
contrasting color, . 2.95
A Tuxedo Sweater for Women is of zephyr
Wool and fashioned in a blocked weave and
braided girdle. Black, Navy Blue, Tan and
Peacock Blue. Special, 7.50
Of course, there is always the Coat Sweater,
with its shawl collar to be buttoned high at
the neck and its belt and pockets. Brown
Heather, Green Heather, Navy, Buff and Car
dinal, Fourth Floor 4.95
to Complete the Fall Costume at
9.75 and 15.00
A Co3lunic Blouse of heavy Crepe de Chine in
a hip model, beautifully embroidered in sell"
color. Navy, of course, Brown and Muffin, 9.75
A Balkan Costume Blouse is of Crepe de
Chine also and attractively embroidered in
front, back and on the sleeves. Navy and
Bobolink, Fourth Floor 15.00
for Little Girls at 25.00
Just the sort which 'make little- daughter feel
proud and wcll-drcsspd. They are developed in
Broadcloth and Bolivia, and topped with fur
collars of Opossum and Nutria. And best of all,
they are snug and warm, for they are beautifully
lined and interlined. Sizes 0 to 10 years.
Other models in sizes 0 to 14 years,
Fourth Floor 12.50 to49.50
Regulation Frocks at 2.50
for the School Girl
In a simple frock, little daughter always looks
her best. Hence we have chosen this one of
White Jean Cloth with collar and cuffs of Copen
hagen blue. It is of a quality which continues
to look and wear well in spite of much use;
Sizes 0 to 14 years.
A Sale of Boys'
Norfolk Suits, 11.75
(Two Pairs of Knickers)
Tweeds and Herringbones, the most popular of
all wool fabrics, . have been well tailored into
sport and pleated models in ndw shades. Sizes
7 to 18 years.
Golf Caps in large and small sizes, ., 95c
Some match the above suits.
A Most Unusual Opportunity in Novelty
Bead Necklaces, 5.00
Formerly 7.50 to 10.75
Amethyst, Rose and Sapphire, Topaz and Aqua
marine rival one another in beauty on these
necklaces of cut crystal beads strung on platinoid
finished chains. Only" a limited number from
which to choose.
Pendant Earrings, Specially Priced, 1.50
Drops of Pearl, Lapis, Jade, Jet, Topaz and
Coral arc suspended on dainty chains.
A New Sirup Pump
Priced very low for its particular
quality. It is designed to be worn
with a tongue as illustrated, and
may lie had in Patent Leather,
Black Kid or Calfskin and Black
Satin with Spanish or Cubun Heels.
With Tongue, ' 9.75
I Second Floor
Silk Hose, 1.35
Thread Silk Hose of a splendid
quality, full-fashioned, with lisle
tops and soles will be offered to
morrow at but 1.35. You have a
chow of Polo, Brown, Otter,
Heaver, (irny. Black and White.
Tomorrow Insi day of September
Sale of Hosiery. Excellent value.
( .1uri I- loor
Famous Over Half a Century "'JTlie Original Silk Shop"
Crepe de Chine Black Satin Canton
in a wide color range as well as of a rich heavy quality for Capes
Black and White, and Suits. 40 inches wide,
yard, 1.95 "Reg. Trade MrU) yard, 3.45
Now in Style
So varied is this assortment you
are certain to find at least one
among these unique, Silk, Leather,
and Velvet creations which will
fill your requirements.
Leather and Moire Silk BngB
The very latest styles and models
for dressy and tailored costumes
fitted with frame and mirror.
The most desired style with its
htrap at the wrist to give just the
proper snugness and jauntiness.
In such new fall colors as Beaver,
Sand, Covert, Brown and Gray.
R . Apptf d (of
with reference toany private school
you may desire muy be had free, of
charge from experts located on the ,
Balcony and Fifth Ave. entrance.
Semi-Annual Sale of Toilet Articles Now in Progress
AH mnimer of Hair Goods n well as Marcels uml KTmmn:iU
wuvcb ma) be had in our Salon dc Bcaulc
Third t loor
III oh r of t'rr
il'roeli of J ran
Alaska Seal Coats
of Superior Quality
with either shaw or crushedcol
lars and straight or flare.sleeves.
They are richly lined
40-inch length, 495.00
45-inch length, 585.00
Hudson Seal (dyedvMuskrat)
Coats, 40 inches long, of soft, lus
trous skins, shirred or shawl col
lars and flare sleeves. Well-lined.
Skunk Scarfs, 35.00 to 175.00
Beaver Scarfs of soft lustrous,
skins, 35.00 to 65.0O
Two-skin Mink Scarfs of dark
Hudson Bay Sables, of large
choice skins. 75.00
Fall Suitings and Skirtings in
.many new houoles, checks, plaids,
and stripes. 5(5 in. wide, yard, 3.95
Imported French Broadcloth
with permanent Satin finish. Spon
ged am! Shrunk. All the newest
eitlnrs mid Blark 5(5 niche wide,