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TEE EVENIN G WORLD, FRIDAY, JUNE 2, -19 22. 'J 3 YONKERS AT FEAST CELEBRATES ITS Everybody at the Banquet Which Forms Part of City's Anniversary Observance. Most of the J10.000 persona who make their home In Yonkora "next to tbo largest city In the world" .who since Friday havo been celebrat ing tho. fiftieth anniversary of tho town's Incorporation as a city expect that the features of their birthday party will bo to-morrow afternoon's parade of military, fraternal and in dustrial organizations and the alh- lf.tlo events which will follow at Glen Park. The slogan Is "come one, come all." City Hall and other political co teries, on the other hand, will insist that tho red letter event of Yonkers's guoiacn jUDiice was mo omciai nan fquet last night In the new Droadway .home of, La Rablda Council, Knights 'at Columbus, with Mayor Walter M. Taussig presiding and Lleun-Gov. tferomlnh Wood on hand to express tne gooa wisncs or me state or new iTork. r They sold In tho K. C. Club House 'that everybody who In anybody In jYonkers was present In tho basement banquet hall with his wife and daughters. Conductor Victor Iteb- itmnn brought along tho High School Orchestra; Conductor Arthur Wltto eras there with the H, S. Glee, Club. Thoso who attended the Terrace City's party from Manhattan wcro not permitted to forget for one minute that Yonkers is growing faster than any community for miles around. Look at the figures: in 1890, popu lation 47,000; ten years later, 79,000; ten years again, 100,000; to-day (es timated conservatively), 110,000. And don't forget our five miles of water- trontl 1 Among those who met at the ban-' quet to listen to tho old timers tell of the Yonkers that used to be, and the up-and-oamers describe tho Yonkers that Is on the way, were President Jim Garrlty of the Rotary Club, one of the most progressive In surance men north of Harlem; Post master Jim Fleming, who used to be Commissioner of Public Safety ; Al derman William T. McQeory; former Editor Hugh Thompson of the States man, now the efficient secretary of a most efficient Chamber of Com merce; Surrogato George S. Slater, all the way from Portchester. BIG BUSINESS AND OLD TIME8 ) REPRESENTED. , Then there were George a riot of. the big New York markot firm of' Unut & Fisher; Col. William F Mitchell, tho community's most ac tive Q. A. R. man; City Comptroller William Ferguson, Commissioner Tom Tobln of the Department of Public Safety, Assistant Chief Assessor Dudley F. Valentine, Jim Hannlgan, the shoe man; Albert C. Jordan, the GOLDEN JUBILEE New and Original i For smart Fashion Designs i , By Mildred Copjrrliht. 1922 (Ntw York Evening There are clothes and Clothes for summer, but It is no easy task to ac quire a wardrobe that will be satisfactory in the ways of style and individuality, and also of i serving exueuy mo ... needs of tho Gingham frocks, stance, might owner, for In to all simple right in very form for early mornings at some resorts, but if icorporated as much dis function and style as any tother type of frock, its jise could bo extended Into attending morning Concerts, visits to an other's hotel or stopping place, or a stop at a 'country club. Many a woman,, how ever, acquires delib erately simple frocks of cheap fabrics with no character at all, and 'jolly themselves Into be lieving that they will serve their purpose .be cause they are pretty in 'color and fresh and new. And, "Anyway;" say (hey, "they are only In tended for a short sea son's wear? Dut the axiom, "What you do, do well," Is as full of iyieanlng in regard to clothes as anything else. I am offering here a 'etching design that Breathes of an Individu ality full of charm. Tho uneven effect at the hem, 00 difficult to achieve In practical frocks, Is here gracious ly Introduced, while the peasant effect at the iecltllne, which Is one of he season's characterful 1 6 tails, is here suggest ed through the fullness lathered into a bond. aiagham Is an adaptuble fabric for tjie design, with plain white organdy combined, while checked or barred Voile, combined with plain voile, would also be pretty. . A pleasing feature of this model jvhicb aids In Its distinction Is the Who 's Who in Yonkers at Banquet Honoring City's 50th Anniversary best looking young attorney n West Chester County and conspicuous for his aversion to politics in a county whero the little boys learn politics along with their A B C'h; Joe Law rence, who for a groat many years wroto tho Yonkers Stateman's po litical leaders; Charles P. Ward, vet eran Jeweller, who dates so far back that his was ono of tho only two Buffalo Dill goatees scon at the big doings. Supt. Ed. Baxter of the Westches ter Lighting Company was on hand, and also Attrnoy Henry M. Ualrd Jr., Corporation Counrel James T. Lewis, fjqulro John C. Ten Eyck, who "law- Lodewick World) by Pri Publlihlni Co. Fubllamns Co. A QINQHAM FROCK OF DISTINCTION. unbroken front portion which extends from neck to hem. The narrow sash belt Is In one with this portion and tics in a tmw at tho back. In dc llghtful harmony with the fullness at the neck Is the gathered sleeve, which la held by a narrow band. ycrs in New Yorlf City; former staio Tax Commissioner Michael J. Walsh, making piles of money nowadays as boss of, tho Strand Theatre, and former Mayor Ixisllo Sutherland, to day a Vlco President of tho Third Avcnuo Railroad. A ieal old-timer was John Herllhy, seventy-nlno years of ngo, who ar rived In Yonkers from tho old coun try seventy-threo years ago, and thinks ho may be tho oldest Inhabi tant. Abe Meyer, active In the West chester Lighting Company and prom inent In everything that has to do with tho well being of Yonkers, N. Y., was on tho Job at the banquet, along with Warren Klpp, ono ot the big guns In the National Sugar Refining Company, which in turn is ono of the biggest things In tho Industrial life of tho city; Richard Edle, equally prominent as Treasurer of Alex. Smith & Sons, whoso big mills turn out twenty-one mll" of carpet every day In thq year; Jeweller Joseph Schwarz, who gives his spare time to the State as orfo of tho Commission ers In charge of tho Poughkeepsle In sane Asylum; William Dee, who car ries on the big furniture business es tablished by his dad when Yonkers (the city) was one year old; Dr. Huckmastor ot tho Health Depart ment, properly proud of his city's eminence as the third healthiest com munity In the U. S. A. YONKERS HEAR8 HOW IT RE CEIVED ITS NAME. Admiral P. F. Harrington, U. S. N.. retired., was there, after having boon active all tho week on various civic committees, and so were Real En tater Thomas o. HurkiC, Busy as a 51 Look cooU-be cool- Whllt Linen. Wtk sole. li fneh covered. httl. White Linen. Turn tola Two-inch Louli httl.' BROOKLYN 390 FULTON ST. lot A.LL nailer trying to convince everybody that Yonkers should follow New York In exempting new homes from tax ation, and former Mayor William J. Wallln, telling everybody ho 13 "Out of politics;" City Engineer A. P. Hartmann, James K. Cuddy, who long ago gavo up tho law to achieve success as ono of tho executives of Oppenhelm, Collins & Co.; Editor Catcll of tho Statesman, former Mayor Nathan A. Warren, M. D.; L. A. Van Dyke, a chemist In Now Ydrk and when he gdts homo to Yonkers a bank director; Fire Chief Jim Mul cahy, Frank Condon of tho Surro gate's Court at White Plains, Will iam B. Thompson, brother of James E., the copper magnate; Jere S. Clark. FIFTEEN CENT FARE THREATENS QUEENS Foreclosure Willi Receivers tor Corona und College Point Lines Expected. Residents ot Queens may have to pay 15 cents fare to get to New York on the lines of the New York and Queens County Railway Company, If threat ened foreclosure proceedings aro brought by the bondholders ot the C rgna and College Point lines on mort gages on which the Interest has been defaulted. It was expected that the proceedings would be started yesterday In the Bu- preme 'Court at Long Island City. If receivers are appointed the lines will be unscrambled and it will require two fares to get from College Point to Woodslde and ono faro from Woodaldn to Manhattan. White shoes help Any shown, here may be had for .$645 Pure Thread Silk Hose fullrfashiQned In Wiiite, Black, Gray, Nude, aaJSumpedontShoe MtiniSumUrdrfMaitBbw 47 West 34th. St., New York SHOES ADVERTISED ON SALE AT NeJorKers aDaTorTwo By Rogcr-Batchclder. The resignation of Gen. Leonard Wood, Governor-General of the Phil ippines, would be' keenly regretted by tho natives of the Islands, despite the fact that they were BOmewhat disap pointed by his report on Independ ence, according td Bishop Charles Edward Lock, head of the Methodlst Eptscopal Island Diocese, who has just reached tho Princo Georgo after a trip from Manila via Australia and New Zealand. "They want Gen. Vood to remain with them for many years to come," the Bishop averred, "for they believe In him Implicitly. The report recorn. mending that Independence bo not granted at this time was a blow, but they understood it was written In good faith. "The Filipinos have appreciated empnaiicaiiy me appointment or a man of Gen. Wood's. standing to the post of Governor-General. Moreover, he has not reverted to tho old policy of appointing Americans to local posts, but has taken on as many no. tlvcs as possible, with efficiency as the solo basts for appointment. This has pleased everyone:" A FEW FIGURES. Our demon statistician, who has Just balanced his figures, reports that 138,897,981 persons came to New York by railroad last year, or more every day than the popu lation of Cincinnati. Of tho 405, 000 who arrived dally 307,000 were listed as commuters, leaving 97,000 bona fide "New Yorkers For a Day or Two" for each week day. Traffic Is much heavier In summer than In winter, but the hotels, which are boosting New York as a vacation resort, havo received reservations which seem to Indicate an Increased number of summer guests this year. SIX-SHOOTERS, BbT FEW HOLD UPS. A. L. Davis of Chicago, who arrived at tho Martinique last night after trip to Mexico City, tells us that In that city 'everyone totes a six-shooter or two.- There are, however. few hold ups. "It la much Hko 'Frisco In the old days," ho remarked, "when every one was armed and safe' from attack ex cept In tho underworld resorts. Mexi co has no paper money, but tho busi ness men carry any nmount of gold on their persons. It Is not unusual to see a man carrying a big bag of gold to tne bunk. TOURI8T8 FILL CANADA'S COFFERS. "More and more Americans aro coming to Canada and are 'spending money as never before'," related -Harold Smith of Montreal, at th Pennsyl vania. "Montreal's hotels are packed from the beginning of the Beason to the end, and the result has been a de cided business boom In Eastern Can- aaa. u.turists spenu minions in my city alone." Mr. Smith admitted moist attractions had a lot -to do with It. CONGO'S DIAMONDS. Conditions In tho diamond mining district of the Belgian Congo were never better, according to It. D. Oliver, a mining engineer, who has come to the Pennsylvania from that country, "Wo hays had no period of de pression," he explained, "and devel opment Is progressing In the Congo and In Portuguese Angola. There are no labor troubles, for the natives, whllo extremely ignorant, are man- agable. We employ about 20,000 of them, and although we are Increasing me nunvoer constantly, mere is no trouble In getting all the labor we want. "We do not pretend that our wel fare work is charity, for It Is a good looh cooll White Linen. Turn tote, Ont-inch corertd. fatl. White Linen, Turn tolt nd 2Vi Itch coyertd Cnba httl. NEWARK 649 BROAD ST. ALL THREE STORBS business proposition as well. Work ing as, missionaries, and furnishing doctors, nurses and others to do edu cational work has Improved condi tions materially and has resulted la Increased efficiency." Though nine-tenths of tho people have the Idea that cocoa Is made In so mo way from cocoanuts. It roally lias nothing to do with them," as serted Charles E. Barcant, who comes from Trinidad, the source of much of our cocoa. "It Is one of the principal produots ot the Island," he went op. "and Is .prepared tor the trade toy an Intricate process requiring perfeot conditions. "New York. Havre and London are now the groat cocoa ports of tho world. Before tho war Hamburg was tho largest." FARTHEST FROM JIOilE. The "New Yorker for a Day or Two" who Is farthesffrom homo to- day is W. J. Proctor, who is at the. Pennsylvania. Ills home town, Mel bourne, Is about 11,000 muci from Broadway. F'ranklin Simon Boys' Shops Closing Out Tomorrow Boys With xfizes 8 to 18 years ' 1 ; ' '$13. 75 ' v-;..: VV Formerly H6.50 to $20. 00 . Taken from our regular stock. All fabrics, all models and made in the wear-resisting Wearmoor way. A splendid opportunity to save money. jfrankftn 5imcn &Ca Fifth Avenue 37th and '38th Streets Small Bays' Milan Straw Hats Reduced to 3.75 and $5.00 THE M I R R 0 R S OF 7.'" o L L Y W O o TWO DETECTIVES MENACED BY MOB Crowd Goes to -Aid of Al leged ,Drug. Peddler but Flees From Cops. Detectives Barry and Uetsensahl of the Narcotic Squad kept an appointment at Dover and South Streets last night with Mancad Lopes, a Spaniard, twenty-five years old, of No. 164 South Street, tie had agreed, they say, to sell opium to them, and as he produced tho drug they arrested htm. Lopez drew a blackjack and at the same time shouted in Spanish. Ills out Cry brought a score' of men from a hear by poolroom who, armed with bottles and billiard cues, rushed toward the de tectives. Barry and Melsenzahl knocked Lopes down, drew their revolvers to keep back tho mob and blew their police whistles. Several uniformed men responded, at sight of whom the crowd scattered. Lopez, It Is said, had 11,500 worth Of drugs In his pockets and twenty extra 2 pairs of Knickerbockers 1 V Hollywood Set Real Chaplin By, KARL In The World Next Sunday Order From Your cartridges for Ms pistol. He was held on charge of having narcotics anil vio lating the Sullivan lawj ' He was 'for merly cook oh a steamship between- this port and Havana and the police say h heads an opium smuggling and vending band. GUNNER HELD FOR felGAMY. F. ,0. "nailer's iblS Marriage Xs Declared Unbroken liy Herr Wife. Frederick Oliver Itelsler, twenty-one, a gunner on the U,' S. S. Hopkins, tying at the Navy Yard, Brooklyn, was arrested yesterday on a charge" of j bigamy. The complainant," Mrs. Hell- ler. No. 230 St. James Place, Brooklyn, alleges she was married to Holaler.ln j 1120 and that while en a visit to hi mother at Richmond. Vo., ahs lesmedf) that In .1915' he had married BeMiv- Norrls of Halifax. N. C, from whom he had never obtained a divorce. Mrs. Helsler was Miss Florence Donaldson. She ha a son one year otdj Helsler was held in Williamsburg Court by Magistrate Short without ball fer the action of the Grand Jury. Norfolk Suite The v$S - -vat ' ' -A K. KITCHEN Newsdealer in Advance i... ........... 1. .