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v.; 1 il -.5? MM 10 THE EVENING WORLD, .FRIDAY, FEBRUARY SkVS THAT BAD COOEN TO IZZY: Bunter Girl Fuss, Fun and Frolic ?in nv vmi iid uiitu a ovum. Take Form of Roman Bazaar BUT A DOCTOR SHOULD FIX HIM UP 17, 1922. - , r ( He Makes a Date Over the Phone and Her l Husband and His Big Brother Help i Her Keep It. taldor Hoxlaml, No. 258 Perry superintendents felt on Iluxlaml Slhs.t. Bilk wftlst Balemnnn. ndmltled , Thry all hard. Jloxlnnd showed it In io-day It no a surPHo ,1. right jN'Bjo" r ho cot when lie called on tlio "pencil n mistHke. 1 meet my old friend WH friend, Cohen, sent lilm to. Hp i Cohen tlio other day, 1 hadn't scon liiul not seen Cohen for u yenr, nnd I'lm for a year. Ho was glad to seu After ho meets lilm onco nsnln ho does mo. 'How am you, itoxy7' he snys. not. expect to see him for another 'I"'" engaged,' I says. 'You,' nnys yfcnK ! Cohen, 'you don't know anything .Cohen, so rtoxland explained to the i "ont slrls. I'll fix you up with n. Magistrate, has red hair, ftoxland ex- pencil. Just watt n minute,' And pfcctn to spend considerable time with-' thf" he kws nnd telephones, ami In In tho next few days scnrchlni,' for "a inlnuto ho calls mo to come to the r, ; leicpnono and says, "Them you are. A beauty, my boy. Fix It up with her.' And 1 talked with the lady and said I would bring presents but she said no; but I was to call to-day at 2.30 o'clock. When I coll I am mur dered." "Is this the man who followed you home?" tho Magistrate asked Mrs. Herman. Mrs. Derman said no It wasn't, because Iloxland's hair was not red. Sho said she didn't want him sent to Jail because of his father nnd mother, who were In court. "You may bo tclllnir the truth and you may be a wonderful liar, sild the MaRlstrate, "but I nm Inclined to bellcvo you aro a victim. In any uvent your own conduct was unjustl Ilulilo nnd I am goln? to flno you $10." Iloxland paid the flno nnd went out talking to himself. "Cohen, my frlcndl Huch a friend," ho muttered. tables of that period, food cooked Ro man stylo and served by laughing maidens ftarbed as slaves, Miss Marie Munda Is Chairman of tho fenst. An other booth whro shekels will not bo refused Is the old-fashioned tintype emporium. Accurate facial likenesses will bo snapped. Henrietta 0. Oder will tell fortunes. Tho ftlrls at college hnvo collected more than 300 wish bones, dried nnd cured to the proper drgicc of elasticity. You get two funny fellow. Cohen, with red hair, one of thcho here now practical Jok 4ra." The effect of Cohcn'a little -Jolto was so painful to lizy. the latter Is alleged to huvo tried to Jump from . window, , Mrs. Sarah Derman, young, attrac tive, wife of a fur merchant, testi fied In Night Court that threo weeks (LffO a redheaded man followed her, trying to speak to her, and sho had to slam the door In his faco at her home, No. 871 Fox Htrcet, Bronx. Tuesday flio had a telephone call nd a man said he was tho young fel low who had followed her and wanted (o como up to soo her. Mrs. Herman deVdloped a plot. Sho made on en gagement for yesterday afternoon. There was moro talk, but tho xaino tnan did not seem to bo talking. hoar you aro n very stunning young girl.'1 said the voice. That sbunded bdd from a man who had seen Mr, but Mrs. Herman did not contra dict. Tho voice said It would bring Homo bonbons. Mm. Herman wild she didn't cat candy. The voice suggested a present of a si lie vnlnt, but Mrs. Herman declined that too. "Then I'll havo to make it n sur prise for you," sold tho oicc 'All riirht." (mill Mm II..Miin "Alia 111 have a surprise for too." ' Bhe did. and Max got his big luotlur nnd tlm superintendent of the house nun tin superintendent's big brother, .mil they hid. Thoy were tho surpilse. Iloxland appeared on time, lie wn all rallos and graces. ' "Hello, sweotle. Ato u alt nlone?" waa his greeting whnn .Mrs. li-mian opened tho apartment door. The silk waists salesman advanced to gleet her. Sho screamed. That was the signal. Tho Hermann, male, nnd tin MACH0LD MAY RETIRE. Is If Speakrr Don So Mvftlnnlr. l'robatile Suceraaor. AM1ANY, Veb. 17. II. Edmund Mncliold of Jefferson County mny rctlro vou'hx Speaker of tho Assembly at Jhe end of the present session to become head Sho told hoi liusUmd Mux of the Northern New York Tiust Com- iniiy nt Watortown. Muehold li now ' Vlc t'refldcnt of tho compuny. He Is M'tvlng IiIh second yenr nH Bpeaknr nnd luith year In tho Asncmbly. In enso Mnchold steps down, Joseph A Mcainnles of Chautmiqun, Chairman of tho Ways and Means Committee, prohubly will nyceced him. Mnchold, even If ho quits the Hncnk- ers cnair, win continue to be kw: MX, I 9l2tH0HKX rlUS s -2brr ftc. rmm m - i ft ' MB wishes for a two-bit piece. If you get tho big half of the bono It entitles you to pick your own gift from a large as sortment. A pretty girl with sharp shears will cut out your silhouette. Children from the Model School will perform. Thero will be toe dances and national dances. Tho high school department will ren der excerpts from tho latest Jazz, Saturday night tho Choral Club and tho collcgo orchestra will plpo down on melody, vocal and Instru mental One of the treats will bo the appcaruncu In thla city of kiss Helen Graves, tin opera singer, who has vol unteered to render "Samson and De lilah," and If sho Is hard pressed for moro will release the "Aria from Car men." Miss Graves Is a graduate of the muslcnl department of the col lege. Miss Florence Morris will bo her accompanist. Thero will bo u dramatic playlet, "Over tho a.iidvn Wall," in which piece, nccoiillnr to Miss Lillian Goldman a bow Itching Iubs who pmdmited last year thcto Is a dragon. Tho glib t tlio college havo been preparing .. a gala week-end of fuss, fun and frolic to ralso that $2,000. CHILDREN'S SHOES 20 lower in mice than a year ago! . I 1 ' ."m OPERA "SINGED. Opens To-Night to Win Scholar-1 ships in the American' College " in Home. OTHERS, you who puy the bills children like to wear SHOOKIDS but you must .judge their value. SHOOKIDS are all leather they cost the least of any, by the month. Their prices today are from 15 to 25 less than in IQ2L. GENUINE CALFSKIN BLACK Sizes 6 to 8 (Children's) 4.15 8Y2 to 11 4.85. Ill, to 2 (Misses') 5.45 4.25 5.00 5.7;') To-night the Roman Bazaar and en tertainment, Including muslcales, ex hibition dancing, early Knglish drama, story telling nnd many classical fea tures, will be given by tho girls of Hunter Collcgo In tho Assembly Hall. The samo show will bo also given to morrow afternoon and evening. It appears that Hunter Collcgo grad uates may study absolutely fieo of charge at tho American Collego in Home that Is, If Hunter can nilae Its quota of $4,000, which entitles Its stu dents to go there. According to sov- 1 eral earnest souls nt 08th Street and M t S S HEN Rl CTTA ODER, FORTxWel; "TEL.LER. bazaar is expected to fill the chest to overflowing. Thero Is to bo a Roman restaurant. rAM (Stamped on a Shoe Mean SttndirJ of Merit 47-5lW34uStNewYork Newark Store - 649 Broad St 1 V n rnnfll. dato for the Ilcpubllcnn Gubernatorial .,. ,u , nomination In caso Gov. Miller declclos 1 1 arl AAenU0' thoro ls "a'f that i;ot to seek ro-clcctlon. amount already In tho exchequer. The IBest Sc Co. Fifth Avenue at 35th Street Established 1879 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY , Spring Sports Fashions For Misses At Special Prices Misses' Tweed Dresses Two smart models simple and well-tailored. Also crepe dc chine frocks in one-piece, slip-on style, and a number of pretty 1 Q PA colors. 14, 16, 18 sizes. J. O.DU Second Floor V Misses' Tweed Cape Suits Sleeved or sleeveless dresses of pastelaine tweeds, with matching cape. Other suits well tailored, vouthful styles, with box or pa belted coat at 33.50, 39.S0, 49.50. 14, 16, 18 year sizes. A? .0J Second Floor Misses' New Polo Coats Smartly tailored, silk-lined coats, in raglan-sleeve, 'pleat-back -JQ f style, with leather buttons and buckled. May be worn loose )y.JU or belted. 14, 16, 18 years. Second Floor 500 Pairs New Walking Oxfords Tan or. bjack calfskin, with low heel and welt sole, straight tip with' toe perforations and heel foxirigs. IVitrri Floor Wing or 6.65 Jersey Messaline or Taffeta Petticoats Jersey, taffeta or messaline petticoats, or jersey with taffeta or messaline flounce. In street or sports shades. Second Floor BONWIT TELLER &,CQ SA0Sp3otcde5AopOrnaJUo FIFTH AVENUE.AT 38 STREET PRESENT JEUNE FILLE FASHIONS For Misses Sizes 14 to 18 And for the Petite Woman MISSES' THREE PIECE SUITS With Matching Cape or Coat 69.50 A slip-on frock and jaunty cavalier cape of navy blue or tan Poiret twill is piped with a contrasting color ribbon. A frock of Poiret twill has sleeves of contrasting Georgette Crepe and is accompanied by a boxcoat with Mandarin sleeves. Other three piece suits in tweed and fine twill cords 29.50 to 16.500 MISSES' TWEED SUITS 27.50 to 55.00 Swagger little suits of boyish simplicity with single or double-breasted sack coats; also feminized versions with contrasting grosgrain ribbon bindings. MISSES' HOMESPUN FROCKS 0 n e P i e c e models with bright touches of Czecho Slovakia embroidery; also coat frocks of homespun with fringed edges 25.00 27.50 37.50 MISSES' CANTON CREPE FROCKS Three Dislinciicc Versions 38.00 Varying types ot the new low waistline models. One has a wide lacquered ribbon with large em broidery motif at front. Another frock is draped with uneven hem. And again one has loose plaited panels. Colors: navy blue, black, henna and periwinkle. 8ff f 1 ARMAMENT CONFERENCE NOW ON SALE A FOUNT A I OF KNOWLEDGE 1922 WORLD AL Complete in Every Detail AT ALL NEWS STANDS AND BOOK STORES BY MAIL, POSTAGE PREPAID, 50c ADDRESS NEW YORK WOULD n ti i Copy ft CHRONOLOGY OF EVENTS Copy NEW YORK CITY r E ALimatt & (&n. New Arrivals for Spring Misses' Sports Coats smartly fashioned in the wanted models, are shown in imported camels'-hair, Scotch fleece, piaid and mixed fabrics. There is aiso a splendid representation of the latest American materials. The prices, in regular stock, range from $29.00 to 78.00 (Second Floor) Misses' and OSrls Fraicihi mats are a present feature of unusual interest in the Millinery Department on the First Floor. An importation just received from Paris em braces a number of the most charming styles, the -latest creations and most artistic pro ductions, for youthful wearers. The Boys' Suits ere modeled on snappy lines, portraying bright, attractive designs in conformity with the freshness and buoyancy off the approach ing season. .I'miits (.sizes 8 to 18) with two pairs of knickerbockers, may be obtained at $12.50, 15.50, 20.00 upward (Sixth Floor) iflabteon Suemtc - Jffftf) Stocnue 34tfj nna 35th Streets ilea) gorlt I?trv in rt An EsPecially Desirable reaiUTing Assortment of New RUGS Rugs of beauty and long life, good taste and economy, to brighten any interior. Patterns, colorings and sizes for any decorative need. One of the choicest, largest collections in the city, and every rug is attractively priced, upholding the ALEXANDER reputation for sound VALUE. Jt if'Ot. . Special Now' $5g.25 OUHAttC AS IBOM Sanford's Beauvais Axminster, 9 x 12r Free Delivery Within 100 Miles THE ALEXANDER CO. 12 West 36th St., Threo Doors Off Fifth Avenue A RICKETY CHILD A child with rickets is under-neurishea the bones soft and their growth irregular. 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