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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, ' QOTQBER ,
1921.' 8 NEWS OF N. Y. PUPILS HAVE Lessons in Thrift Taught Stu dents Who Also Conduct Institutions' Business. comparatively recent develop, ent In schdol life Is the Institution 'Of school banks. Tears afro thrift tu supposedly encouraged by talks from the platform In assemblies And by pictures hung: on the walls of tho daus rooms. To-day, however, a far more practical method Is In operation. Ths Bulletin of the State Department of Education reports that "More than iO per cent, of the children of school nso In the City of Oneonta have opened accounts In the schools savings banks opened, this year. Nine hundred on J fifty-six accounts were opened tits first day." For a small place llko Oneonta this Is a splendid showing. The Tlulletln also records that "During the montn of September school children of Schenectady deposited $2,267.64 In the school savings banks of 'hit city." To-day's account of the activities at Do Witt Clinton High School In. eludes the announcement that the Clinton Dank accepts deposits from S cents to $5. Other schools In the city have the same arrangement. Hut In addition tu encouraging tho savings habit the school banks also give splendid training In banking nnd . buslni'fB methods, Tho actual con duct of tho banks Is by the studctUU themselves, of courso under faculty audltfiig'and supervision. ThtM-c nro always bound to be chil dren unable, for economic reasons, to save an amount regularly. Hut this , new practical Idea In tho high schools and some public schools atwaj letivcs open the 'door, De Witt Clinton. The General Organization Council at Da Witt Clinton has elected Lionel Gold berg student member to the Iloanl of Governors, which Is the Senate of Die Clinton government, The other candi dates were llalph Hcln, Abraham Anlo rllle, Harold Mills and Hdward Uou lotchnlck. This month's number of the Magpie, the school magazine, will be a footbull Issue. Among othor things It will con tain an Interview with Bill Iloper, tho Princeton coach. The general organization store has he- tome an Indispensable part of Clinton Bile, uecause u purcnajes goods at n wholesale reduction basis, It' is enabled to sell articles of every tort cheaper and more conveniently to students.. The lit. tie. profit that it realizes goes Into tho If 01 SAVINGS IN HIGH BANKS SCHOOLS Oppenheim.llins& Devoted AND jj A ho HIGH SCHOOLS tchool treasury. Julius Frank, The Faculty Director Is The Clinton Dank has reopened and Is ready to receive Rny sum ranging from S cents to $5. The bank's convenience tc students lies In the fact only a small amount Is necessary to start an account. It Is operated by the bank squad, under the direction of Mr. Schoenchcn. A wave of football enthusiasm has swept ovor the school. On tho campus, In the classes and everywhere can bo cen groups of fellows eagerly discussing the teams prospects of retaining thu football championship. Julia Richman. The students of Julia Blchnian High School have always prided tncmselves us being one of the very few New York , - I 1 . ,... ... M.ilnl.tn tlin whnl.l day session, but this term they too have had to resori to aouuie bcmiuiw in main building at No. 60 West 13th Htrect The Juniors have tho early se crfns and the seniors tho late. Both gioups consider this arrangement for tunate, for each can conduct Its affairs Independently. ... Five of the six students from the main , a,., i , , n ih. I1 v 1 1 ( , rrain. ci of tho Central Organization were seniors. mo iucccmi uiuwm were: Theresa Fischer, Myrtle NotUng. ham, Ruth Subln, irlnnle Yuitman, Grace Hartman and Hose Szathmary. At the first regular meeting Wednes day all the annex delegates were pres ent and elected the following officers for the term: President, Grace Hart- man! First Vice President. Tneresa Fischer; Hecond vice President. Muriel Mllgrlnt (West 77th Street Annex)! Secretary, Hose Szathmary. m, fll hiimhr nf flm Tllue fllrd. tll'J monthly publication of Julia Illchmm, ttaa issued ibii wm, " '"" tiers for the term are: Editor In Chief, Kaplowltz: Assistant Kdltor, Itosallnde Goldsmith : School Nows Editor. Mar garet Ilitchle; Assistant Editor, Frances VtrinDerg; yn ixiium, """'"'"" ' A..i.innt rcilllor. Mnrs-nrct Tllllstrand; Tabllha Twitter, Edith Yout: Ex changes, Stella nose; Circulation Man-, ager, Ana i,iopow i auti'iubiiik agcr, Matilda Crames; Library Corner, Miriam Van Tassel. Officers of the present senior class who A!t,t nt thH .lose nf last term ...... T,..M,nt rtnltn Kntz! Vlro Presi dent, rtesslo Darwin : Secretary, Miriam Hchwedel ; Treasurer, waronnc, .mm hauser. Theodore Roosevelt. A bronze bust of Theodore Itoose velt, after whom the high school at Molt Avenue and Mist Street was named after It lost Its Identity as an annex In Morris High School, was nraoitr1 In the school (lurlnir ser vices In commemoration of tho former President's mrtnuay. ine scuipior, Mr. Mlscrnnillno. was oresent. and Alexander Jordan jon behalf of tho Theodnro Honevelt Organization and Prlnrlpal Bhelb for the school thanked him forMhe gift. Tho first of several competitions between the senior students tti decide who will speak at the commencement exercises was hum at lo-oay s asscm- Florenco- Sherman, Violet Wlnlg and Philip welssman sj)olte to-day. The eighth term shorthand students spent a day In tho Supreme Court last week studying court procedure. Nathan Henrin. court stenographer, gave the students some practical ad- v co Dasea upon nin experience. Thn alumni held a dance in the school gymnasium last week. Miss Mary Fisher is President or tno as ociatlon. The seniors have elected the follow- FULTON STREET BROOKLYN Announce the Opening of a New Department Exclusively to the hundred and one lights so dear to the madame and mademo iselle. The rar -est of Imported ana the most exquisite of Domestic Perfumes have been assembled here in practically unend ing and most diverting variety. Also Cosmdicit and all lhat goes with them Creams, Face and Talcum Powders Toilet Waters of Bare Fragrance Bath and Smelling Sails Bath and Complexion Soaps Perfume Burners Atomisers Manicure Sets At prlcet thai uphold the tradition of the House for Economy consistent with unquestionably good Quality a Department -hat will out serve to substantiate the deserved reputation of OppenJieim, Collins $ Co. as "Amerloa's Foremost Speotalists" Intr odlcirx: 3ttma Nlsn, rreslilrnt: oniuii-i iiuufiniirr, leu i-rrKnirni. Mlclmel l.ulrzl, Secretary, and Hamuel ter, vice rreineru: ucniHieiu, rrenaurer. The Officers' Coligrs of the West chester Annex met rerently to discuss ways to lessen absence. Lists or pupils habitually absent were, turned over to the conirrpss tiv the class representatives, and it was decided to im" m,.VcJS.VPilf(Lnc.w.lhem l ir ji i . nauiLigil. To-morrow will bo museum day for Wadlclgh. Dr. Harvey, Dirjctor of Art In tho high schools, will speak on "An- dent Art In Modern Buildings at tho Metropolitan Museum of Art. Eighth period English history and Latin classes may leave school early and attend tho ltcture with the consent of the Chair- men or tneso departments, The Club Espanol will open this year's nctlvltles with an illustrated talk on 1 ?,i 1 "i?!t'y, V7tr" lllcan-, '5 '," 5 t(wn produced roports that he had vis will be Friday at the cloae of school In . ,,.... . Wndlelgh, 1 d a younB woman In Hartford und At tre hockey tryout the following another In Merlden, Conn. No suygej girls were choien to represent Wad- tlon was made that either is likely to Ic gh In hockey for the term: Varsity, .... . ..,,, , .,, , . centre forward, Huth Baker; Inside for- abJe 10 ac.count for Losey ,rP 'o wards, Ilachel Friedman, Gertrude Can- Buffalo after leaving college to go to his dldus; wings, D. Elizabeth Lnzar, June Long Island home and thence to New Aullck; halfbacks, Adele Clancy. Mar- . xorK. f aret Messiner and Marguerite Wulfers; None of the girls of the Reynolds Re ullbacks, Margaret Sanvllle, Varllta vue, whose Saturday matinee perform Sims; goal keeper, Inez Darby. Scrub ancy Losey attended In Buffalo on Oct. team, centre forward, Florence Frank; IS, knew; him. They were questioned inside forwards, Ruth Corby, Ruth Green: wings. Ann Tomey. Alma Frankel ; halfbacks. Deatrlce Ro then- burr, Koianna Hnapiro and Ann Han ley; fullbacks, Doborah Isnook, Stella Zlns; goalkeeper, Sophie Mlns. At tne meeiing or ine atnietic asso ciation Ruth Green was elected Chair man of swimming. Beginning to-morrow h1! girls Interested In swimming hnvo tho use of the 60th Street pool trom 3.9U to a o ciock. Morris. In response to numerous requests that the Morris Organization promote Inter- grade activities, tho organization di-1 elded at Its last meeting to have an 1 Intcrgrade debating tournament. It l expected that Intcrgrade soccer and basketball will also be authorized. In both junior and senior assemblies to-morrow and Wednesday student speakers will espouse the causes of tho Mayoralty candidates. Miss Coined will argue for Curran, Fcllerman for Hylan, , i . . , , mi 1 i - under the nusnices of the Hlstorv De- partment.! After tho speaking there will I ucl's tm-co ot mem ordered whlskcy bo a straw voto among tho students. I and-hurry-lt-iip. Tho other wonted ... Two memorial speeches and a popm to ,te'cL ."y","dt'?.t llvered by students, were given In the assembly Thursday, the Into President's birthday The new officers of the .Morris Organ ization, who have Just entered on their duties, are: President. Miller, Vice President, Levinstein; Assistant Treas urer, Cloldln; Secretary, Miss levlne. At the beginning of the new term the Morris Service League Isssued member ship application blanks to tho students. The applicants arc now being passed on by tho council. Washington Irving. The Hatlkvah (Hope) Club will hold a meeting on Friday, Nov. 4, In which ways and means will ba discussed. After the meeting tho following members will entertain: Anna Wagner, Anno Ehrllch and Hannah Halporn. . ,. If a sufficient number ot students can he Interested a party of girls, ch.ipo roncd by one of tho teachers, will mako a trip to Washington during the Christ mas holidays, . An interesting letter has been received from a New Zealand high school girl, who describes the courso of study ut tho school sho attends. Shn wants to ester Into correspondence with one of the Washington Irving girls. Perfumes other de heart of COLLEfiF. ROY'S MURDER STILL PUZZLES POLICE llivrnllitnllnnft In I'otir L'lllen 1'nll tn flnlvr l.imry L'nr. No developments tvero reported ;'es- tordny. lii efforts of tho pollen to sulvp th0 "'Wlery of tho dcnlli of KeniiJth Losey, found dead with a deep stub wound In hla sldo In tho Niagara itlver, Ilcar jjuffu0 )a9t Thursday. Ills father has brought the youth's body f -om lluf- fnIo to tllB iMfoy ,,, n N.orthport, u Ur Wam Arnold Shanklln, President of Weslcyan University, at Middlotown, Conn., where Losey waa a junor ,Doke n warm adrnlrttllon o( tho dead student, saying ho "was a cearii f)ne felow wlth a K00d ntellect.- , , . -anvass for Information of women oc- qualntanccs of Losey nmdo at Middle- In Albany yesterday. IZZY AS FOOTBALL PLAYER IN NEW RAID IllKliball Tactile ts Tito Arrests at Van Curllandt Inn. Thoma Farrell. proprietor and Eddie Edelwolss, waiter, of tho Van Cortlandt Inn, opposite tho entrance In Van Cort landt Park, will aDHenr In mint In.ilnv Bg rcault 0 the ,ate3t gtr,lte(ry ot Uzy iiinBi.n' forces Four men clad as football players nml nil musspd lit, nn If 4n r,ff th , field, entered the Inn vesterdav nnd tnnk seats with golfers, tennis players and cricketers. They were Hcrmy Witten berg, Able Toplltz, Joe Grabcrt and Johnny Carrlgan of the Prohibition en- forcement forces, but nobody suspected t , -.,, , ... .u.i. i. j ! Tlltlnir back their henricenr nnrl ,-o t .tuP.T thel" '"ae. guards, against their 1 ginger nic, wnicn was pood strategy". t,ir,1.if with a bottln of L-lmrrr '.Vin h I three glasses onlnlwhSt0 ", agents say was whiskey. Ablo paid tho fz.25 check and then the four got Into sctlon. One pinched Eddie, another nnnden Knrreii a summons, a tlilnl grabbed tno evidence and the fourth warned tho spectators to sit still WILLIAMSBURG BRIDGE MAY BECOME ROOSEVELT Knt Aide Resident Would Honor Jlemory of Jinn Who Ilriit.Ktrr Under ".Mrlllnc rol." "Roosevelt Brldgo" will bo Hih new name for tho Williamsburg Bridge ir the Board of Aldermen concurs hi the recommendation of the coinmltteo or ganized to choose a fitting mnnioiiil to r Ml The Fur Motif is richly ex pressed this Season, in the beautiful Garments now on Display in our Coat Salons thereby richly enhancing the flaring effect of Sleeve and Skirt. tho lain President. Recently tho city changed tho name or thn Manhattan :ipproacli to tho bridge lrom Dolancey .Street to Hchlff Parkway In honor of tin: philanthropist. According to Julian Uoldmnn. President Of the People's Hospital nnd Chalrmnn of the Memorial Committee, there could "bo no finer trlhutot than to rename thn lirid.'.o which traverses tho melting pot district tn which Mr. Roosevelt had dedicated his life." Alderman Joseph W. Sullivan of the Genuine Victrola in Period Console Terms as Low as $ 5 Down If unabl to roll, mill tbN Coupon to-day. W-10-31. Wurlitxer, 120 W. 4Zd SL Kindly send me further In formation of your Special Console Victrola Offer. Kama . Addrfsa VURUlZER PUnos Mivical Instruments 120 West 42d St. Between n'way A fltli Atc. Society fori years hts k relird upon Qourtud's Oriental Oeamtokerp the skin and complex ion In perfect condition through the ttitu of the ttson's tctrvitiex. Send 15 c tat Trial Sin FUO. T. HOrilNS h ntwTsrx BROOKLYW Ofpenheim. (Ellins FULTON STREET BROOKLYN Inspired by Paris Perfected by New York Coats and Wraps of Character Wolf Trimmed Orlando '105.00 Women's Dep't2nd Floor .1 Williamsburg District will Introduce the resolution In tho Board ot Alder men, nnd Mayor Hylan is expected to lend his support to tho plan. Harry Milk Chocolate In neat cardboard containers HALLOWE'EN ASSORTED CHOCOLATES: Put up In hand somely decorated F9 f Hallowe'en kit containers. mm J POUND BOX HALLOWE'EN . LOFTYPOPS: Materials are provided so the six Loftypops can be dressed up as Hallowe'en scarecrows andmadstostandat C A each plate as favors, tJL ( PACKAGE OF SIX "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" Free With Our Hallowe'en Round Box el Choicest Assorted Chocolates. Etch picksie contain a reproduet.on ol Withintlon IrTing's famous itory, A Lecend ol Sleepy Hollow, 32 pages and handsomely lithe graphed cover. PACKAGE COMPLETE 49c SpecialTuesday, Nov. 1st CHOCOLATE AND VANILLA COCOANUT KISSES: Big, toothsome morsels of ex treme delicious- A nets. 50c value. fl f POUND BOX Which Give Faithful Expression to the Genius of Fashion and the Spirit of Economy as Con ceived by the House of Oppenheim, Collins & Co. Models of Individuality Luxuriously Fur Trimmed Smartly Plain Tailored Luxurious Coats of Normandie with collars of Opossum or Volf; also embroidered, plain-tailored models. 50.00 Wraps and Coats in Normandie and Cut Bolivia; former are smartly plain tailored, while the latter are Beaver, Squirrel or Wolf trimmed. 68.00 Coats of Panvelaine with collars and cuffs of Wolf featuring the dashing slash pocket effect, and shown in the very n e w e st winter shades. 85.00 Superb Coats of Marvella or Evora, de veloped in Blouse effects; richly trimmed with Caracul, Squirrel or Beaver; beau tifully silk lined and warmly interlined. U5.00 Misses' Dep'tSrd Floor ' 'li Schlact, Herman Hagedorn nnd Alder manlc President Lr Guardla are among those on the Roosevelt Memorial Committee Pumpkins 15c EACH HALLOWE'EN NOVELTIES ALL SORTS and kinds Black Cats, Witches, Goblins, Lanterns, Party Favors, etc. A large stock, but not enough dupli cates to advertise singly, still you are almost certain to find what you want in the lot. Prices each, 7c, 10c, 21c, 39c, and Upwards 49c CHOCOLATE COVERED ROASTED ALMONDS: The finest of the specie Our regular 79c g f 8 KOOCPOUND BOX WVf & ( n V PAY no attention t o dealers wlio offer you shoes with a "ttraight-in-side-linc" and "flexible shank" 'construction un lets they are GROUND JRJPPER walkTng shoes Tbesc arc, the only O R I GI N'L nd GENJ5IN,Emiiscl d c v e 1 1 o p i n gffH e a 1 1 h Shoes for Men, Women' 'Rnd-Children. Their construction j is patent ed. All imitations are oecessarilv inferior. 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