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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19( 1921.
SENATE RATIFIES TREATY OF PEACE; 66 FOR, 20 AGAINST Eight More Than Necessary in Its Favor, Including Four teen Democrats. WASHINGTON, Oct. 19, Katlllca tton was given by tho Scnato last evening to treaties of poaeo between the United States, Germany, Austria and Hungary. The voto was 65 to 20 In approving the German and Aus trian pacts and 66 to 17 for that re lating to Hungary. There were S 2-3 more votes for tho German treaty than the requisite two-thirds. Nothing remains to be accomplished but a formal exchange of ratifications and a subsequent proclamation by tho President announcing tho resump tion of friendly relations. Tho renewal of diplomatic and con sular Intercourse between this coun try and tho Central Powers will fol low. It Is assumed no time will be tost In designating representatives. Tho Democrats Bpllt nearly equal, 14 siding with the 62 Republicans for ratification of the German and Austrian treaties, and IS, Joined by 2 Republicans, Borah and La Follette, stood against. Democrats for ratification were aa follows: Ahhurst (Ariz.), Ilrous aard (La.), Dial IS. D.), Fletcher (Fla.), Gtrry (K. I.), Kendrick (Wyo.), Myers (Mont.), Owen (Okla.), Porno rene (Ohio), Hansdoll (La.), Shields (Tenn.), Trammell (Fla.), Underwood (Ala.), "Walsh (Mass.) Senator King off tied the rejected Treaty of Versailles with the Lodge leservntlons as an amendment, it was tabled on motion of Senator Lodge by a vote of 57 to 25. Earlier In the afternoon two addi tional textual amendments were pro prosed by lteed. Tho first limited all obligations Incurred by the Unlfed States to ihoso coming under tho Knox resolution, which Is Incorporated in tho German treaty This was re jected 7 to 71. Another amendment proposed by Heed limited the obligations resulting from part.cipatlon In tho Heparatlon Commission. This was rejected 5 to 69. 8-CENT FARE APPEALED. TRENTON". Oct. 19. Federnl Judge Rellatab yesterday allowed tho State Utility Hoard to flip a petition of up peal to the United States .Supremo Court from the Special Federal Statu tory's Court's recent ruling allowing the Public Service Hallway Company a temporary Increase of from 7 to 8 nents In fare on all lines serving 14G municipalities in New Jersey. The company late yesterday also filed bond of 230.000, supplied by two surety companies, guaranteeing a refund of 1 cent on each fare to patrons of tho road It tho final decUlon Is asalnst the company. The company must give rebate slips to each passenger, to be collected In th event of failing In Its litigation. Tho company will put the new rate of fare Into effect Thursday. MRS. AUERBACH GETS HER BACK ALIMONY Husband, in a N. Y. Millinery Firm, Also Must Pay S45 a Week Pending Trial. Israelii toTb Ewnlnf WorM). WHITE PLAINS, N. V., Oct. 19. Supremo Court Justice Morschauscr filed an order with County Clerk Eilorodt to-day which allows Mrs. Doris Aucrbach $1,000 counsel fees and back alimony of $1,900. together with future alimony at tho rato of J15 a weok, pending tho trial of her sepa ration suit against her husband, Ily man Auorbaoh, a wealthy property owner of Manhattan. Mr. Auerbach Is a member of tho millinery firm of Katz & Aucrbach of No. 6C7 Broadway, and his wlfo in her court papers said that, ho hus band owned more than $300,000 worth to property In New York City. Mrs. AuertMch sets forth that her mar rlago had been a loveless, one. Abraham Schrclder, who was orig inally appointed guardian for Mrs. Auerbach, becauso when she broup.lu suit she was only twenty yours old, is relieved of his charge. She became twenty-ono on July 6 last, nnd is now allowed to sue In her own name. Tho back alimony allowed covers from Feb. .0 to Oct. 1 last. Mrs. Auerbach resides at No. 6S Delcv! dero Drive, Yonkcrs. PIGMENT IS A PRODUCT OF FOOD, SAYS DOCTOR Hutte.r, OranRcn mid Spinach Pre vent llli'krts anil Scuri ), Sprrlnllatu Are Told. PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 19. Pig ment, which plays an Important part in tho normal development of the eye, ear and brain, Is largely a product of food, Dr. Percy If. Fridenberg of New York declared In an addrees be fore the twenty-sixth annual meeting of the American Academy of Ophthal mology and Oto-Larynology. Suoli things as butter, orange. , spinach and oilier highly colored foods contain a substance which prevent.--certain deficiency diseases, among which are rickets and scurvy, he paid, adding: "Mother's milk Is the best protection for all these dtllciency diseases. There are .eon:tions In tho body called hat inones which act like vltnmlms ami add substantially to such process as normal growth, weight and reaction co . disease." Prof. J. van iltr Hoeve, Lcldcn, Holland, told of Investigations in con nection with the lack of pigment In the e.M' and the excess of pigment in the visual parts of tho eye. both often congenital and lending to blindness, with similar pigment distribution In tho ear, leading to deafnev. Jerome to stump r"r 1'iirrnn. William Travcrs Jerome, formerly Dis trict Attorney and an anti-Tammany Democrat, will conduct a whirlwind speaking tour for Henry H. tfurrnn. Co alition nominee for Mayor. He will make his first speech at a Currnn meeting Fri day night. FASHIONABLE ShortVamp Shoes Mil EXCLUSIVE, FRENCH NOVF.I.TIFS Patent Kid In S7.fc,C,.S.AN,UAL. DRESSV rull liuiit llfHl, alo mad spaY a'td $13.50 FOOTWEAR Three rtrap wntr bucU Sllrpi of tte flfiMt qiutltj In patrnt kid. Mark calf and brwn and black turde. all hand turned, klcU and lc Heel HIGH LACE BOOTS AND OXFORDS In t-hort Tamp, round or im-timm 1o, black and brown, hand turn and wpltfrt soles. All ilzei and widths from I t S. Mailorders promptly and carefully filled. 917 West 42d Street ,Vi.,,ri?r Just Wont of H'way Thmtre ManuRrmenr of S.Wf MINTZ. formrrty wUn J U la saber 1. Atlmatt Sc Cn. The Men's Shoe Oep't TecoimnnraendiS to mrseiri who are particular about their footwear Men's Balta Oxfords and High Shoes which are shown in the approved models for street, dress and cports wear. In regular stock, at these prices: Oxfords, per pair SB II .50, 1 3.00 &. ! 4.50 High Shoes, per pair 12.00, 13.50 & fl 4.50 (War Revenue tax additional) The name Ealta is a recognized synonym for style, quality and service. Patrons de siring to use a favorite last may obtain it fromra season to season. (Sixth Floor) Uniterm Atmtn - $ ifllj Aonmp 3tfy and 3ptli &tmt Jfera got Enamel Novelties from Europe arc strikingly effective, each resembling a glowing jewel in its sparkling color and tasteful design. A Cigarette Case for Men is typically masculine made of enamel, with a dog's or horse's head on its surface for contrast and a silvered border to complete it. O.00 A Dainty Powder Case is enamel over sterling silver in a host of pastel shades. In side arc reducing mirror and puff, and one carries it by means of a silver ring. 4.50 A Snuff Box is a delightful thing to own, for besides being "of enamel, it has an engraved border of silver that is decidedly effective. 5.00 A Collapsible Cigarette Holder is contained in a tiny enameled case that may be worn as a, charm. When the holder is withdrawn, it proves to be of regulation size. 3.50 A Feminine Cigarette Case is dainty in appearance and beautifully decorated with a d'sign in silver. Inside is not only room for cigarettes, but mirror or powder compartments also. 5.00 ' 1 I A Holder and Case to Match Exquisite pastel shades in enamel make the holder, and the case is of exactly the same shade in a soft leather. The very newest smoker's acces sory shown in Paris. 2.50 Jewelry Dept., Street Floor Broadway at 34th Street SPECIALISTS IN APPAREL For Thursday Vc Have Prepared A Special Offering Of WOMEN'S Winter Coats and Vraps Values That Are Uncqualcd u 75.00 Any woman can find her most exacting coat demands fulfilled in this great varied group of handsome new models. The flare skirt effect, the blouse 'or the semi-fitting back, the roomy coat, all admirably expressing the season's mode in fabric, color, and design, and finished as only coats of the highest grade ever arc. Normandy, Erminie, Panvelaine, Bolivia and Vcldyne are some of the deep-piled materials used in combination with large collars of beaver, squirrel, wolf, or Australian Opossum; also collars of self material. Every desirable color every coat handsomely silk lined. ALSO FOR THURSDAY An Attractive Group of Women's Smart Coats At 39.50 Developed in imported and domestic shower proof are perfect for travel, motoring, or general wear, n Half-lined. tweedh and mixtures that tan, gray, olive, or Oxford. Fourth floor 300 Costume Blouses of Crepe de Chine and Georgette At the Very Special Price of 5.45 So smart is their fashioning, and so individual their adornment of braiding, beading or embroidery, that these blouses at once proclaim themselves in accord with the season's newest mode. Women who have been accustomed to paying a great deal more for black blouses will be delighted to find a large choice in black in this assortment. Other colors are navy, bisque, black, and black and white combinations. Third Floor u ft x . SAKS "Jennie Qualite" Silk Hose 1.95 are by far the best, looking and best wearing hose obtainable at the price. The silk is especially selected to give good service, and the soles are properly re inforced. All the fashionable shades, as well as black, may be chosen in "Jennie Qualite." Street Floor WOMEN'S Colored Silk Umbrellas Very Special 5.45 Handsome silk umbrellas that will give very lengthy service. Made of heavy silks over 8 ribbed Paragon frames. The Handles arc of full length b a k c 1 i t c , hard woods, and leather. Stubs and tips are made to match. Street Floor 25.00 25.00' WOMEN'S Fashionable Fall Frocks in a Special Collection Thursday at 25.00 For the small sum of 25-00, one may have a frock that is not only good-looking, but well made and of excellent materials. One is of 'Iricotine, in circular skirt effect, delightfully embroidered. Another is of Poirct Twill, straight and slim of line, with detachable panels trimmed with silk braid and still another is of silky velveteen in a debonair coat model with silk braid for trimming. The tricotinc comes in navy only; the Poirct Twill in navy, brown and black"; and the velveteen in plum, taupe and Canard blue. Fourth Floor On Thursday We Will Offer Women's Natural Muskrat Coats 98.50 the lowest price at which'such smart and desirable fur coats have been presented in many a day. Made in a fashion able belted sports model 36 inches long, these coats a r e remarkably good looking and a very excep tional value. Sixth Floor Colored Silk Bloomers To Wear With The New Sports Suits at 3.95 The athletic woman who goes in for golf or country tramping will find these bloomers just the thing to wear with her new knickerbockcr suit They are made of excellent quality radium silk in several desirable colors, as well as navy and black, and are exceptionally well cut and roomy, with clastic at waist and knee. Third Floor Fashion's Penchant For Things Spanish is observed in the New Misses9 Frocks of Spanish Lace at 29.75 Characteristically Spanish with their large-figured black lace drapings, these little frocks arc Parisian when it comes to details of neckline, of sleeves, and of the slightly longer uneven edges on skirt. A charmingly individual model shows Spanish lace dntped in long straight lines over black crepe, and boasts the Jenny ne-k-line and a girdle of silver cloth caught with a cluster of black velvet grapes. Another chic little frock has the lace combined with chiffon velvet and grains smartness from the becoming bateau neck, the Chinois sleeves, and the knotted girdle of jet. Sizes 14, 16, 18 and 20. Setond Floor A Very Special Offering of Women's Gleaming Breakfast Coats of Changeable Satin Breakfast Coat6 of the very same quality sold until yesterday at 12.50 Thursday at 7.50 One can always find Jroom for a breakfast coat as delightful as these especially at 7-50 The satin changes color with one's movement, furnishing variety at every turn. Its only trimming is cording and a frill of self material. In Copenhagen, rose, peach, orchid, French blue, and black with Copenhagen. Sizes 36 to 44. Third Floor I l7 71 Reliable Time-Pieces For People Who Travel Folding Clocks With 15-Jcwel Movement- at 12.50 Correct time is assured by these well made, attractive little time-piecej, which may be folded compactly and car ried in the suit case. Gold color dial with radio figures, and case of Morocco leather in black, blue, green, and maroon. Street Floor I ' 1 I 'III (