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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1922.
Turn FOR PUBLIC TO CENSOR PLAYS IS AGREED UPON All Branches of Theatrical In dustry Ratify Poposal for Citizens' Jury. HOOCH IN FISH BARRELS ' ON "SPIRIT SHIP" T) The flnal details .of tho now arrange- wnt whftnhv n fivn am to dq ccn- wmul liv thn ntihlln tn Now York were worked out yestorday afternoon In a Joint' meeting: of all branches of the theatrical industry and Interested Citizens in tho offices of tho Ameri ,Oan Dramatists, No. 148 West 45th Street. Tho persons, who met under the general organization natno of tho Joint Committed Opposed to Political Ccn- rshlp, representing tho authors, managers, citizens and actors, ap proved tho plan of proccduro as out lined before. This means that out of a panel of 300 names of playgoers the City Clork Is to select a Jury of twelve, after complaints havo been made- to him as to tho merits of any given play. This Jury will see tho play, withdraw la tho company of either the manager, author or translator'of tho play and work out Its decision. In cose tho Jury docldcs against a play, beforo announcing its decision It must call In either tho manager or the author and discuss its proposed action with him. Those- latter details were arrived it yesterday. " All that remains to bo done Is to elect the panel and place It in the hands of the City Clerk. It was made dear yesterday that under no clr f camstance was the Jury, to act except 'e& complaints from playgoers to the City 'Clerk's office. In this system the playwrights and managers believe they see a means of cleaning up and keeping clean the New York stage, without the danger of admitting political censorship. The cheme 1b agreed to by the city au thorities, the playwrights, managers and even tho persons who formerly fought for a political censorship. V. S. cna Setae 1BO Caves of Maaoik The freighter Seattle Spirit, wbclh docked at the foot of ISth Street, North River, yesterday and brought u cargo of 160 barrels of pickled fish. proved to be a "spirit ship" when customs Inspectors and guards broke open the barrlcs and found In each a case of whlskoy. Customs Inspectors ordered tho 160 coses removed to tho customs warehouse. Customs Inspectors noticed that-the flsh had a peculiar odor. It was due to tho lack of brine to keep the fish In good condition. Ono of the barrels was broken open and the whiskey discovered. DECISION IS RESERVED IN BERGER DIVORCE CASE Wife Teettfle She Caught band With Woman. Supreme Court Justice Cave gun re served decision to-day In the divorce suit of Henrietta Berger against Levy Berger. No. 8U Union Avenue. Mrs. Berrer said that on Fdb, S last when she and her sister went down town to attend a matinee they saw Berger waiting at 4Sth Street nnd Broadway with a bag.' He was Joined by a woman, she sold, and she and her sister saw him register at tho Hotel Astor with tho woman under tho names of arr. and Mr. Abraham Berks. Mrs. Berger and her sister went to the room and cot the evidence on which the di vorce suit Is based. THEY HAD A CHECK BUT NO ONE WOULD CASH IT Anil So Joseph TIrcnnan an Waldo Green Are Looked Cp. Joseph Brennan, twenty, of No. 2S0 Eighth Avenue, Manhattan, and Waldo Green, twenty-two. of No. 829 Marian Avenue. Fltburg, Majsl, were held In $500 ball each to-day In Coney Island Court charged with disorderly conduct Tlio pair mado several attempts last night to buy a dozen sandwiches, some cigars and several pieces of pie, tender ing a check drawn by Green In pay ment. 'Restaurant keepers refused to ac cept It. A cabman also becamo suspi cious, ho having a bill for $17. In tho Parkway Restaurant an argu ment followed tho refusal to accept the check and tho pair werp arrested. In court Green Bald It was all a mistake. They will have an examination to-morrow. NOT A NOVELTY. (From the Buffalo Enquirer.) Some ono has suggested that we lower the high cost of living by making (oiks wear the same style of clothes all over the United States. Novel Idea, "Novel nothing! Been doing it in Sing Sing lor years.- Taste Is a matter of tobacco quality We tute it u ourhoneit belle! thit the tobtccoi uiei in Chesterfield ire of finer quality (ind hence of better ttite) than In any other cigarette at the price. liattt V tifytrt Tttaa Ci I 1 nesterneld CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended BloomingdaleS 1872- Our Golden Anniversary Year 59TH TO 60TH STREET LEXINGTON TO THIRD AVENUE 1922 Our Greatest Sale of Silk and Cloth Coats : Capes & Wraps At Less Than Wholesale Cost $ Sizes 34 to 44 Luxurious Satins Canton Crepe Wool Duvetyn Poiret Twill Faille Silk Pico-Twitf Tricotine In this collection of won derful garments you will find the most desirable of shades and styles. Every garment strictly hand tailored through out. All beautifully lined in contrasting silk shades. J3loomiH0fafe' Second Floor. far 5o ' ni'-''' '', EUR STORAGE Vaulti on the premises Absolute Protection at Ninth Street Store Hours! 9 to 5:30 Formerly A T. Steicart Never a Sale Like This! $65,000 of Sports Fashions to start with this morning, but as our prices arc far below the maker's prices wc can only predict for tomor row selection in the SKIRTS mostly woolens, many pleated; for women and misses our $9.75 to 19.75 grades COATS most approved sports models in fine flannels; some sleeveless; smart colors; for women and misses our $12 to $25 grades. isses $4.95 J $6.95 May be some of the following, too: Misses' $32.50 to $39.50 Topcoats and Suits at $19.75 $25 to $29.50 Frocks with capes $14.75 Misses' $16.50 Tweed and Flannel Frocks $9.75 Young Girls' $10.75 to $19.50 Knickerbocker Suits $4.95, $8.95 -it-Young Girls' $9.75 to $12.75 Capes at $5.95 Second Floor, Old Building WHITE SALE NOTES MORNING FROCKS of finer white cross-barred dimity, studded with tiny colored dots. Crisp white organdie, used as trim ming. Light blue, pink, green, yellow, brown or black; $5.95. MORNING COATS of whito dotted Swiss, effectively edged with fine Valenciennes lace, with little nosegays of French ribbon flowers, are $1.50. GIRLS' PRINCESS SLIPS with bodices and ruffles attrac tively inset and finished with exquisite embroidery or very fine Valenciennes laces. Nain sook, $1 to $3.75; habutai silk, $5.75; crepe de chine, $6.75, $7.95; satin, $6.75. White, pink or light blue. Sizes 6 to 1C. FOR LITTLE BOYS pops' bailor gmtta Made in England Suits of tho highest order of excellence of fabric, stylo and fit, made on the Royal Navy lines, by one of the most prom inent houses of Great Britain. Wash Sailor Suits Striped galatea, short trousers, $6.50. Whito drill, short trousers, $7.65. White drill, long trousers, $9.40. tho two latter suits have detach able collars of blue drill. Blue Serge Sailor Suits With short trousers, $9.75 and $16.50. With long trousers, $20. Street Floor, New Building. BROADWAY 1 O F 8 T O 10 1 $3.75 Glove silk Bloomers, $2.25 Can't buy any more to sell for less than $8.75 1861 pairs. Good substantial weight. Cut full. Re inforced almost to the knee. Narrow frilling at knee. Reg ular and extra sizes, but not in every color Orciiul. Pink. Sky blue. Navy blue. Platinum. Apricot. While. And black. Street Floor, Old Building New striped Tub Silks, $1.55 yd. Delightful silks which make one think of a pleasant summer's day cool, not too crisp, and charming in color. Stripes vary from hair-line to inch widths; Silk broadcloth "shirting" and a closely woven jersey in 80 patterns and combinations of colors all lovely. 32 indies Wide. 811k Ftotundi, Street Floor, Old Building S P O RT S PETTICOATS, shadow nroof. of heavy white pique, Indian head muslin or poplin, solid embroidery, and shell scalloping done by hand; $1.95. ELASTIC GIRDLES, slip on models, pink, entirely free from bones; $3. BRASSIERES of satin-striped pink batiste, finished with linen laco edge, $1.50 heavy white net or batiste, combined with embroidery (for full figures). $2,75 henvy imitation Cluny laco and white batiste, 85c. BERUFFLED BLOOMERS of an excellent quality satin, in white shell, pink or light blue; sizes 6 to 16, are $6.95. Third Floor, Old Dulldlng. I New Suites of Summer Furniture Four examples out of hundreds which show how many kinds of homes we can satisfy. Four-piece reed suite in ivory enamel, very attrac tive pink rose-patterned cretonno for upholstered backs and Blip cushions. Table, settee, rocker and arm chair Ivory-enameled reed suite of four pieces, decorated in henna color; marbleized topped square table, rocker, small settee and arm chair, with slip cushions contain ing springs upholstered in a very stunning linenized cretonno fii henna, old green and old gold Gray and green enameled reed four-piece suite, with spring seats and slip cushions covered in cretonne whose design repeats the gray and green and add a little old olue. Graceful oval-shaped table, settee large and roomy, arm chair and rocking chair Reed set whose peaked backs of chairo and settee suggest Chinese pagodas. In a soft antique green with just a line o: mauve to give it color. Slip cush ions covered in a mauve-colored cretonne with Chi noiserie designs. Settee, table, arm chair, rocker and side chair Fifth Gallery, $96 J $222 $265 $502 Voiles -Specially Priced Drop-stitch voile, $1.25 yard. ' 1 .-French chiffon voile, 65c to $1.50 yard. .Exquisite fabrics in delightful colors, for lingerie and summer frocks. First Floor, -Old Dulldlng New Building. For a medium-size family our experience of years in selling literally hundreds of thousands of refrigerators and hearing the comments of people who use them, cause us to recommend highly This Refrigerator at $32.50 It is the Wanamaker Special ice-saving refrigerator, 33 inches wide. 20 inches deen. 17 inches high.- It will hold 100 pounds of ice, but 75 pounds will keep the food at proper temperature for 3G hours you see the economy. Hardwood solid -end construction; positive insulation; provision chamber lined with baked-on white enamel; nickel plated solid brass hardware; tinned wire shelves; removable waste pipe and auto matic trnp; removable grate in side ice- cnambcr. A new Carload is just in! seventh Gallery, New Building 400 pairs Curtains Half Price They should blow right out of the Store One, two and three pairs of a pattern in summer styles. $1.50 to $13.50 Scrim Curtains 75c to 6.75 pr. Some plain, some with dainty laco edges. $3.75 to $10.50 Lace Curtains $1.60 to $5.25 pr. Many styles, all attractive and desirable and modern. $3 to $12.50 Madras Curtains $1.50 to $6.25 pr. Best Scotch madras, with a dash of bright colon $7 to $25.50 Marie Antoinette Curtains $3.50 to $12.50 This group includes also a number of Swiss point, Irish point and of Arabe lacet curtains. $2.50 to $11.25 Ruffled Swiss Curtains $1.25 to $5.60 This group includes also marquisette, net and embroidered dotted Swiss curtains. , White, ivory and deep cream represented in the lot but not in each pattern Of each kind. Fourth Qallery, New Building 443 Pairs of our Men's Special $8 Low Shoes-now $6.75 97 pairs of tan Scotch grain semi-brogue style. 230 pairs of smooth tan calfskin in three different styles, London toe, medium toe and full French toe. 96 pairs of black calfskin, medium toe. From a number of groups of broken lots wo have col lected a full range of sizes from 6 to 11 and A to D, and marked them at Lower than the same qualities could be made for today. Wanamaker shoes right out of our own stock;' best styles of this season. Shoes for the youth, the young man. the elderly man. Shoes for business wear and for formal occasions. - , ,, Street Floor, New Building . 2,100 prs. Men's Silk Socks Seconds of $2 grade 1 OCp Hurts are very slight f OjC ALL silk, medium weight, high spliced heels, double soles, full fashioned. In black, cordovan, navy blue and gray. Sizes 914 to 1114 a few sizes short in navy blue and gray. Street Floor, New Building mm T