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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 26, ,1922.
15 INJURED IN FIGHT x BEGUN IN. CABARET ,,ec Men, Beaten by Four f (v . m Street and One J? " Loses Money. 1 (Three men In evening clothes but hat Its, one of whom said they iad been Attacked by four men In n enharet rp. taurant, were arrested early to-day nt EOth Straet and Hroadway on charges ot disorderly conduct. They wers do scribed as Joseph Glsli, twenty-one Tears old, a clerk, who lives In New Jersey: John Fitzgerald, twenty-five years old, of No. 25 East 42d Street, and Joseph McSweoney, twcnty-slx, of No. 23 Knst 66th Street, both salesmen. Fitzgerald was taken by Dr. Brodsky of Flower Hospital to Dcllevuo Hospital, suffering, It Is alleged, from alcoholism. Qlsh was cut on the forehead. McSweoney told tho pollco that an ar gument which began In tho restaurant nen struck Fitzgerald on tho head with somo weapon and another struck Olsh. During tho stniKglo McSnccney lost his pocketbook, containing n considerable urn of money and valuablo papers. Whllo tho fight was on somo one blsw police whistle, causing a large crowd to gather. A dozen policemen responded. They found ritzgcrnld unconscious. liy tandcrs told tha pollco they hud seen four men run away. RESTAURANT MAN SHOT AFTER ROW IN STREET Fnrrlnno Tnken In Ilnnpltnl In Auto liy StrntiKcr. Ignezo rurrlnno, twenty-six, who 11 cs at N'o. 239 Humboldt Street, Will iamsburg, and hys a restaurant at No. 113 Nostraml Avenue, w- tnken In an nutomobllu by somo ono to Cumberland Street Hospital, Hrool.lyn, early to-day with a bullet wound In his left breast. Ho said ho was on lis way home when at Nostrand and Tnrk Avenues he had nn altercation with an unidentified (nan, who shot him. Tim pollco'coukln't get from him wjiat tho quarrel was about. Missing Phone Girl Shows Up, Frees Soldier, Turns Him Down Mad at Him Because She Heard Another Girl Say She Loved Him in Her Dreams. Edna Holm vm not kidnapped or nnythlng. irunlrreil or Sho was just .mad with Paul 13, Veltch, young sol dler from Wlnston-Salcm, N. C. Ho was under detention at Fort AVuds worth yesterday, because ot Kdna's disappearance. Kdna appeared "there, petite, fair, bobbed brown hair, lively, ptctty and rlggcd out In everything that is called flapperlsh soft felt hat, silver grny stockings, short skirts, many colored scarf, even a "shifter" pin. Sho mado an adldavtt exonerating Veltch from folamo for her absence from li04iio for a week. Ho was re leased and soon will rccolfo his hon orable discharge from military ser vice. "I am done with you," Edna told him, "but when I read you wore In prison becauso t didn't go homo 1 had to como hero and tell you weren't to blame." 'T Otn Tint ilnnn wlMi t.rwii T going to marry you." said Veltch. iiie gin shook nor curls and marched off the reservation. Woman's most sacred secrets arc In danger if tills new spiritism, sonnamliullsm cult gefs a real hold. Kdna told her friends sho loved Veltch, but n week beforo alio dis appeared sho Called on a girl friend, found her asleep and heard her tell In her sleep and under questions of hqr lovo for Paul and Paul's lovo for her. Kdna decided she was through with Paul. Also sho said yesterday she was tired of taking caro of tho rive younger TJohn children. She decided to chuck that Job, also ft ft STOUT WOMEN Last 3 Days of Our Annual Pre-Inveratory Sale This annual event reduces our LOW PRICES still further. Every stout woman who wants apparel of finest materials and perfect fit should visit our Lower Store and secure REAL Lane Bryant fashions at REAL Bargain Prices. 21 West 38th St., Bet. Sth & 6th Aves. 26 West 39th St. OWER STORE A BARGAIN BASEMENT that of telephone operator, got an en gagement with a dancing show going to San Francisco this weok and was rehearsing with It whllo tho police and military authorities wero Investigat ing her supposed murder or kidnapping. suns wipe, nio oamh iiumisu. CHICAGO, May 26. Carl K. Akeley. noted big game hunter and explorer, has begun suit for, divorce hare from Mrs. Delia Akeley, who accompanied him on many expeditions Into Africa for tho American Museum of Natural History. He alleges sho deserted him In 1917. Mrs. Akeley now Is In New York City. UNIDENTIFIED MAN DEAD ON "L" TRACKS. I'rolinMj- lt lij- llrlKlitnn 1'rnlii While WnlklnR on Itliclit of Way. Tho pollco of the Gheepshead Bay Station aro endeavoring to establish tho identity ot a man whoso body was found on the tracks of the Brighton Ileach VW at Kmmonds Avenue and the railroad bridge early to-day. The dead man was apparently twenty-five years of age and wore a blue sergo suit with the label of Abra ham & Straus In the coat Ho had dark hair, blue eyes, woro a peak cap, black lace shoes and sooks. No other Identifying marks could be found, The pollco say ho was, probably walking the tracks and was struck by a train, lie was pronounced dead by an amhulanco surgeon from Coney Iilnnd Hospital, The body was removed to tho Shecps head Bay pollco station. UAMOtlt TO ACT AS I'omJlOX skciiktarv. LONDON, May 26. Earl Balfour Is I not to enjoy long tho leisure of tho House of Lords, where he took his seat yesterday. He has been called to net as Foreign Secretary during a six weeks' absence of Marquis Clinton, ordered to take a complete rest. Society forever 75 years his relied upon Qourtud'j Oriental Cream to keep the skin and complex ion in perfect condition through the stress of the season's activities. Send 15 e. fat Ttui sim FIIO.T. IIOrKINS A mw Toriuir. COATS 35 Serge Coats Spring Coats of fine all wool serge. Sizes 40 to 44 Formerly to $14.50 42 Spring Coats Of Herringbone, Velour, Tweeds. Sizes to 56 Formerly to $32.50 28 Coats and Wraps Of excellent Tricotine and Velour. Silk lined. Sizes to 56. . . Formerly to $44.50 $4 $18.95 $27j SUITS 74 Serge and Jersey Suits . All new spring models. Sizes to 56 Formerly to $25.00 37 Homespun and Tweed Suits Lane Bryant's slenderizing styles Formerly to $39.50 45 Twill Cord Suits Also some Tricotines. Finest quality Formerly to $49.50 $24 $29 DRESSES 25 Jumper Dresses Serge and Jersey. Sizes to 56 Formerly to $13.95 50 Tricotine & Serge Dresses All newest trimmings Formerly to $19.85 75 Silk Dresses i A QC Crepe de Chine, Taffeta, Tricolette. ... P A Formerly to $24.85 JL TT Porch and Street Dresses $JJ95 Of Voiles and Ginghams. Sizes to 56. $2-98 $4.98 to $y.98 50 Waists Of Georgette. Odds and Ends. Sizes 40 to 48. To close out Voile, 98c, $1.29, $1.79 $2 .49 Sport Skirts In Wash Materials Gabardine, Pique, Sport Satin, Ratine. Sizes to 45 waist. $1.95 $2-95 to. 4,9S Also Big Reductions in Extra Size House Dresses, Aprons, Corsets, Petticoats, Underwear, Hosiery KELLNER BROS. thirty One years selling Qoodfjfumiture Southeast Corner 15th Street ? 6th Avenue Queen Anne Dining Room Suite in American Wainut combination 10 Piece $235 O great a variety is displayed at Kellner's that it is easy to select furniture appropriate to any setting, suited to any need. And the same wide latitude prevails in price range exceptional values are securable at modest expenditure. And value, here, is measured in terms of quality as well as price. You are' cordially invited to visit "The Twenty-five Rooms." They offer number less suggestions for home arrangement. FOR MEN! For Golf or Sport Wear 3-PIECE SUITS Coat, Long Trousers and Knickerbockers $ 38 ;50 Reduced from $45 and $55 These are broken lots of higher priced suits that we have taken from our regular stock, regrouped and marked at a special figure as a Decoration Day event. Fine imported and domestic all wool fabrics. All sizes from 35 to 44, but not in every style. Special Sale Continued ! SPRING SUITS $29 so Formerly $35 and $45 Other Holiday Specials! Irish Crash Knickers Palm Beach Knickers White Buckskin Oxfords White Canvas Oxfords $5.50 C& $6.75 $6.75 $9.50 $6.50 Oharge Purchases will appear on bills rendered July 1st James McCreery & Co. SECOND FLOOR FIFTH AVENUE THIRTY-FIFTH STREET Bloomingdale'Sl 1872 Our Golden Anniversary Year 1922 r NEW YORK LEXINGTON TO 3D AVE. B9TH TO EOTH STREET MAY 26, 1922 A Special Sale for Extra Size Women Co3tSj Capes, Wraps 25 Slitnly fashioned, tailored and 'dressy models of fine quality tricotine and cashmere velour, whose perfection of stylCf workmanship and materials makes an instant appeal to women of taste. All the Ecason's predominating colors are included in this collection. Every coat is silk lined. These garments are generously cut to suit larger figures, but cleverly styled to give tho much desired long line effect. These are just the coats for the'Avoman of large proportions who wants to look her best. Length 50 inches. Sizes 42 to 524 Extra Size Coats,) Q.95 Capes and Wraps ) A" A special purchase enables us to sell these fine tricotine and velour garments at this price. All of superior quality Velour and tricotine in the Eeason's favored colors including rein deer, copen, navy and black. Sizes 42J to 52). niaomingdale's Second Floor, Women's and Misses' Skirts Tweed Skirts at $2.75 The tweed is good quality; tho colors are the most favored, and include rose, blue, green and orchid. Fringe bottom style. Sport Satin Skirts, $5 You could hardly buy the material for the price we are asking for these smart skirts, correctly styled and beautifully made of high lustre sport satin. Colors are white, flesh and black. Sizes are 26 to 33 inch waistband. Tweed Knickers and Skirts to Match, ea. $5 Knickers are staunchly made to resist any amount of wear and tear. Well shaped, cut good and full, buttons or buckle fasteners at knee they are ex tremely good looking. Skirt is nicely tailored and has the popular fringe bottom. Stunning Sport Skirts,Special,?895 You will approve of the new white vogue as exemplified in these beautiful sport skirts of all white silk, all white flan nel, and white with colored combinations. And you will approve of their smart full shirred style, narrow belt, pockets and pearl button trimming. Sizes 26 to 32 inches waistbands. All lengths, ntoomtngdale's- Extra Size Satin BaronetSkirts,?6.95 Navy and Black ' satin baronet skirts that meet the requirements of the larger woman and follow the dictates of fashion in cut and styling. . Heavy, lustrous quality satin, cut good and full and shirred all around to fall in soft grace ul lines the result is a smart skirt well suited to the extra fize figure. Sizes 33 to 40 inches waistbands. All lengths. Seeond Floor To Continue : Our Annual Sale of Summer Footwear For Men and Women $4-45 & $5.95 A particularly attractive grouping of new shoes show ing the season's latest styles, finest quality ma terials; all made according to our rigid specifications. Shoes for Women, $5.95 A special lot of beautifully turned shoes for dress and street wear including the following leathers and cloths: Patent Kid Satin and Brocade Dull Kid White Washable Kid White Heiun Skin CluUi White Nu-I)uck All come with fancy cut out designs on vamp or quarter, or plain vaiif with fancy cut out designs on quarter only. Somo nave instep and strap up center, some plain instep, or ankle strap pumps. Your choice of Cuban or French heels. Turned or Good year welted or sewed soles. For Women, at $4.45 Shoes of black satin, white canvas, patented or dull kid, with fancy cut out designs in the quarters, , Cuban, low, Spanish cr French heels, turned soles. Sizes 2 i to 8, widths A to D. , Men's Summer Oxfords, at $4.45 All ot good quality leather, with solid leather inner and outer soles, rubber heels attached. A selection of the choico styles of tho season, in tun or gun-metal, with English, medium, or broad toes. Sizes, t) to 11; widths, A to D. IlloomitKidnle't Second Floor - Luggage Attractively Priced for the Holidays Good looldng bags and suit cases for the week-end jaunt that are strong and 'durablo enough for a trip around the world, too. Black Enamel Cloth Suitcases. Sizes 24-26-28 inches.. Black Enamel Hat ) inches Genuine Cowhide Traveling Bags. Sizes 16 - 17 - 18 inches Genuine Cowhide Suitcases. Size 24 inches Jflln Floor $4.25 I 6-35 ?9.95 J -HI M I J