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THE EVENING WO'ELD, THURSDAY, MABOH 23, 1922.
EPS RUNAWAY GIRLS, mm ARMED AND BROKE, MF HELD FOR PARENTS 1 v. . t 1?: ' EVANS & V.fw GVENOOLYH PELL... AMERICAN UNDER ARREST ' AS GANDHI SUPPORTER PHILADELPHIA, March 2i. Sumuel Evans Stokei, a member of a prominent Germautown family and a mlislontry In India (or elRhtecn years. Is under arrest there (or supporting Gandhi, according to a letter to his mother. Mrs. Bnmucl etokes. , "I am a guest of the British Govern ment," he said. "However, there Is no hardship whatever connected with It, and I shall undoubtedly bo released be fore Juno Washington Police Fooled by Boys' Clothes of Brooklyn High School Pupils. (From a Staff Correspondent of The . Evening World.) WASHINGTON, March 2J. De clnrlnff they find not oaten a meal olnco thoy left their homes In Itrook- lyn, N. Y., on Monday morning, two hlfrh hcIiooI Klrls drcancd In boys' rlothiwr nnd tired cold nnd hungry, were found last nljrht at midnight at rnlon Station by Detectives I'nt O'Hrlon nnd Hubert Livingston of the CVntral Ofllce. Hot drinks nnd food wcro Riven to the Rlrls by the detectives, who took them to the House of Detention, whero warm beds were provided for them. Tho masqueradcrs told tho police they were Gwendolyn Pell, nlxtccn years old of No. C9S Putnam Ave nue, and Jnno Kvann, fourteen years old of No. 283 Mncon Street, Brook lyn. When Policewoman Mary Gaines searched tho Rlrls at tho House of Detention, a loaded revolver was found on Jnne Evans nnd a large linlfo wns taken from Gwendolyn Pell. They arc, held as fugitives from their parents, who will nrrlvo from Hrooklyn this morning. Tho slrls wero dressed In mnck innws, mouse-colored c o r d 11 r o v knickers, black ribbed stocklnss. tan shoes and croon golf cups. The Rlrls told O'Brien and Living ston that tlicy left their liomoH tin Monday morning nnd had between them $31. After they had puictiawd an outfit, tlicy said, they had tholr hair clipped nnd took n train for HarrlsburR. Pa. They spent a day nnd nlRht thcro and a day at Middle town, Pa. Tuesday night, tho girls said, they slopt In a barn on tho outskirts or Mlddletown nnd early yesterday wont to Frederick, Md., by trolley and left thcro for Washington, arriving nt noon. They Immediately went to tho Capi tol to sco tho sights. They thru visited tho Congressional Library, Put on your new clothes stroll in the open air! 'Patent Leather with veil lole and -walking heel. $7.75 'Patent Leather -with -welt tote and -walking hit! $6 .85 YOU need new shoes it's only a matter of price but is it how about value for instance, these four styles all arc new, attrac tive all have a 64-year guarantee on them the name CAMMEYER please notice the prices they really can't be beaten! TODAY'S THE DAY " The Cammeyer Sandal" in Patent Leather -with Gray Buck back and in Drown Calfikin with Brown Buck hack. Wet tole and -walking htel. J3rownuttiaCalftkin,with welt tole and -walking heel $7.50 Cammeyer "Shookids" are all solid leather-therefore the least expensive shoes for children that you can buy anywhere. AM SSump(donShot Mesns Standard of. Mn 47 West 34 th St.. New York BROOItLVN-iQOrVLTONSI. NEWARK.--649DIIOADST. VI Ho Connvef ion With Arty Of fur Establishntnt in f ho World OA THIRTY FOURTH STREET Tweed Suits and Tricotine Suits Featured in a Remarkable Spring Sale To Save Money and Gain Smartness is the Good Fortune 0 f all W itnen and Misses who take Advantage of this sale 1 LILrgaiiii FoR here it is, just the outset of the season the calendar barely past the official "first day" of spring and here arc smart new suits just the kind you all want offered at sale prices low sale prices good fortune, sure enough! Be sure to make it your good fortune, On Sale at 22.50 Tweed Suits in tan, blue and gray mixtures built in the mannish belted lines so fashionable this season; coats are richly silk lined throughout. On Sale at 30.00 Tricotine Suits Smartly tailored in Superior tricotine; belted, notch collar coats, beau tifully silked lined, shown in both blue and' black. wheto they spent the utternoon. Hunger overtaking llicm, they went t tho Union Station and wired their patents to send them funds. Tlicy gave tho address of tho Western fnion Telegraph Company nt Union StiitUm and tho nnrnen of Donald and P.iul Mvnns. It'iTlvlng tho incssagc, the parents ;il oner notified tho Washington pollco til iiirir wncrenliouw. When Detectives O'Hrlon and Llv ingston went to the station to look for tho missing girls they were talk ing to several policemen, who wore completely taken In by their dlsgulso. When tho detcctlvcB called tho girls by name, tho policemen almost fainted. Tho detectives told tho girls they would bo detained until their parents nrrlvcd to take them home. They took tho Information with a smile. "How long will It take for our liajr to grow again?" ono asked tho other, nnd they both laughed. BONWIT TELLER. fibCQ FIFTH AVENUE. AT 38 STREET Present For Tomorrow The Fox Scarf In All The Smart Shading At Specialized Prices PEARL GRAY FOX BLUE FOX SCARFS 75.00 75.00 Finest selected prime quality tohite fox dyed in the smart shades of gray or blue. BROWN FOX 19.50 25.00 is 3 ONE-SKIN SCARFS In The Favored Furs STONE MARTEN 29.50 BAUM MARTEN 32.50 48.50 HUDSON BAY SABLE 59.50 TWO-SKIN MINK SCARFS 29.50 39.50 Russian Sable Scarfs upwards from 150.00 Fisher Scarfs upwards from 45. 00 Nat. Blue Fox Scarfs upwards from 195.00 Genuine Siber Fox Scarfs upwards from 245. 00 Aliman $c Cta The Novelties Department (on the First Floor) offers innuinnieralble suggestions for appro priate gifts for anniversaries, for Souvenirs of travel (appealing especially to visitors from distant points) and for Easter. 'Among the many interesting articles that are at once decorative and utilitarian, the following may be enumerated: Desk Sets, Book Ends, Paper Weights, Library Shears and Leaf-cutters; Leather Writing Cases and Telephone Screens; Quest Books and Brides' Books; Bridge and Poker Sets, Chess and Checkers Sets, Dominoes and other popular games. (First Floor) fltobtonn Aurmtr - 3fltftt A'trftiur 34irj anil 35th fttrwtu Jfoin tuh. New b acts New Figures New Subjects 1922 World Almanac NOW ON SALE 35c on Stands By Mail 50c AWUKKSii .t.., iOUK WORI.l). NE. VOIU. CIT ffrankUn Simon atio. iA Store of Individual Shops FIFTH AVENUE, 37th and 38th STS. There s Something ZA(jw in the Tlramley Shoe , "Brown or IVhite 'Patent Jeather Jramlty Rf. U. S. Ptt, OJiet Walking Pumps and Sandals For zCadame and pJfrCademoisek Sandals 12.00 Pumps 10.50 There is a new step this spring The Bramley it's the step with the swing of the spring and it be longs to the family of the Bramley and the only way to walk it is to wear it Bramleys. Also in black patent or dull black leather, gray, black or brotvn suede, black satin, patent with beige or gray suede. Feminine Footwear Shop Third Floor et Sc Co. Fifth Ave. at 35th St. N. Y. Established 1879 FRIDAY New Fur Scarfs At a Most Popular Price 29.00 SPECIAL purchase of new fur scarfs for Spring wear, at slightly under the market Dricc enables us to offer a choice of Fox Scarfs small, silky-furred pelts in the smart shades of brown and gray. Mink Scarfs Single skin scarfs of extra dark color. Two skin scarfs in medium dark shade. Stone Marten Scarfs Exceptionally handsome dark single skin scarfs. An unusually attractive assortment is provided of "Natural blue fox, silver fox, Hudson bay and Russian sable at moderate prices. THIRD FLOOR SUNDAY WORiO WANTS WORK MONDAY WONDERS a ci V