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jmi"iH i,';wfwi. - THE EVENING WOULD, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER B, IS22." ' ' '1 ' ' ill Expect 950,000 in Public Schools, 45,000 oi Them New, With Room Enough Promised ior Only 15,000 -t- Registration Hegins To-Day, and Usual Shameful Con ditions of Overcrowding Arc Again Expected to ; Prevail, With No Relief. .il ; Registration for tho new school year begins to-day throughout the city. It continues to-morrow and Friday, nnd when the final tabulation Is made officials of tho Hoard ot Education expect that tho day school population will number close to 950,000. Of this number It Is estimated that for the first time moro than 100,000 pupils will bo enrolled on tho books of the high chools In the five boroughs. Tho total attendance? Is about 46,000 more than last year. That the city schools are in no bet- ter condition this year to moot the demands placed upon them than they were last year when Tho Evening World exposed the double, trlplo and sven quadruple sessions not to men tion part time, unsafo and obsolete buildings Is evident from a iovl.ed list of new school buildings to bo opened Monday. This list was com pleted last night by Inspectors work ing under Acting Superintendent of School Buildings J. E. Douglas. It shows additional facilities pro vided In 2S parts of tho city for ,i total of 15,560 now sittings. The new sit tings available arc sufficient to tako care of only one-third of the estimated number of now pupils on full time, leaving still out In the cold tho 140, 000 pupils on part tlino last car. This Is an aggregate cstlmalrd defi ciency In school capacity of more than 175,000. Tho largest now school buildings seat 3,000 pupils, so that the city Is now about sixty buildings shy. The new schools which will be opened Monday at tho start of the lOIiMOl'S school year aro: 3IA.WI.VTTA Location Sittings P. 8. No. 83 113 20 65 CO 5 68 5 IIS on in.'. 109th Strrtt. eit ot Third Av- nue, addition 960 176th Street, enat of Audubon Avenue, addition 609 Total 1,563 Tin; hiionx Andrew and Uurnsldo Avenues, addition 601 130th Street and Drown Place, untie 1,091 170th Street and Washington Avenue, addition 849 StehMni Avenue. Dawson Street, Kocers Place 1,813 lR!lh street and Webster Ave nue 180 Btrango Avenue, Ederwald 180 Total .jt.1V, IIIfoKI,YN fitaniforrt Street and Wllloimhby Aenuo S60 l;ast 92d Street and Avenue II, Canarsle 765 Coney Island and Elm Axenues . 180 T'-nth Avenue and Gsth Street . . 270 re, OS 41 7 ;s H? 46 52 (12 ) tlh'fn I'hn ! -ti A nit,. 1 1 I him.'ttHi I:, -.-h Sin mhf nt' II Tdhnl'Hl inch H 11 liiltl Aw'iitti l,',t.,itHi! ni 'inn mil i-'lli'i-' Tot l ut ijiiv Doulexairt, llockaua.v ! i, addition VJtth Street, Morris Park Klsena rtoad, rimhlnR lllghle Avenue, Sprlnsflrlil Aqueduct New York and Cherry Avenues fipitnsfletd Cast Elnihurst, annex Ilryant High School, Lone Island City, addition Newtown IllRh School, Kim 'hurst, addition Total KICI!3lHjNI n..H.lnn frtrtierfl Curtis High School, New Hi. at ton. Hddltlon I. Continuation School. Elm Park H. 510 610 300 Total 1.456 500 Orand Total for City Portable or temporary building Out of tho 28 buildings listed 11 Rro makeshift wooden buildings for temporary use, 10 moro are additions or annexes, and one Is a continuation school. This leaves only seven new schools, one of which Is In tho Board of Education building In Brooklyn. Mr. Douglas announced last night that ho would have tho rest of Public School No. 64, Brooklyn, ready for use by October 1, adding another 1,610 scats. Five moro portable schools In Queens, with an aggregate seating capacity of S56, hnvo been de layed and iro expected to bo opened not later than the end of the month. These additions In both boroughs add 2,495 seats. Tho remaining portable schools In Queens are: P. S. 40 nonery Iload 4.1 fi8 Hampton Avenue, Roscdala. 180 42 Surf and Orandvlew Ae- nueo, Edgemere 180 102 Flushing Heights 180 104 nay water 270 iOn-TY URL YV.HO WILL BE BRIDE OF ALDERMAN TO-DAY CORA, ANGEUINE. STEliUE.' Alderman Uruco McLean Falconor will marry nt 4 o'clock this afternoon Miss Cora Angeline Steole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Albert Steele of Kress .Park, New Ilochello. Tlie wedding will take placo on tho l.iwn at tho homo ot Miss Steele's FIFTH AVENUE Store Hours 9.00 A. M. to. 5.30 P. M. James McCreery & Co. 34TI1 STREET Distinctive Wrist Watches 1 lkt. White Gold 24,75 Formerly 34.75 Extremely small and feminine are these watches, rectangular in shape, fitted with a guaranteed 15-jeweled lever movement, and a ribbon bracelet. Il'e guarantee to keep these tcoiehet in good running order for one year from date of purchase. Main Floor & UJLJ LZU-JvS "Well, I guess I've Lost" The loss was a box of cigars, the loser was the foreman of the Kdisnn machine shop, and the winner was Edison himself who had proved his phonograph worked. It was a big, clumsy affair usiiTjj tinfoil to take the indentations made by the .sounds, and the cylinder had lo be revolved by hand. And what do you suppose were the first words ever mechanically recorded nnd produced? No, nothing of great importance, just the first verse of " Mary had a little lamb." The phonograph is no longer a talking machine, but nn instrument of the highest order as the Yictrola and Sonora exemplify, reproducing the greatest musical masterpieces with the utmost accuracy. Permanent Hair Waving by Trained Experts Third Floor Solid Mahogany Floor Lamp Bases 15.00 Formerly 22.50 to -10.00 You have a choice of 13 models of Solid Mahogany so distinctive and beautifully carved you would readily pay 10.00, theu original price, for them. They sold so well after our last announcement that ve have reordered in order not to disappoint our patrons who did not secure any. Sixth Floor 4fo I I ll JL Paris Favors these Woolens McCreery Presents Them at Moderate Prices "Every Paris couturier is showing a number of models in Poiret Twill or some woolen fabric," remarked our representative, newly arrived from Paris. We took the hint and prepared a special display of woolens at very low prices in order that you may follow the decree of Paris. Navy Blue or Black Poiret Twill, yd. 2.95 Also Tricotine of a strong, firm quality. 54 inches wide. Suitings and Coatings, yd. 1.95 In Scotch mixtures, checks, and stripes. These fabrics are suitable for children's and misses' Dresses, Suits and Coats, as well as women's Wraps and Cloaks. 50 inches. New Fall Coatings, yd. 8.50 They appear in all the newest shades, together with Silver mixtures for Capes, Wraps and Coats. 54 inches wide. Second Floor' These 55.00 Wardrobe Trunks May Be Had in This Sale at 39.50 This trunk, which we have taken from our stock, has been selling steadily at 55.00. Il is of dust proof construction, has a blue velour top, 12 hangers, a locking bar and four drawer. 1 1 is an ideal trunk for college and school folk. Fifth Floor Values in Domestic Rugs Seamless Velvet Royal Wilton Rugs Axminster Rugs 9x12 ft. or 8.3x10.6 ft. .69.00 Uxl2fl.only 36.00 These arc rugs of unusual These rugs present an quality, design and color. extraordinary value. Seamless Axminster Rugs 0x12 ft 57.75 8.3x10.6 ft 51.00 t.O.xG.6 ft 16.50 7.0x0 ft 41.00 3x0 ft 8.25 0x9 ft 30.00 27x54 inches 5.00 Eighth Floor iii'il'i'i. i ' i.uMii'i'i tli'ii' 'Mrr!". 'in iki-i ll 'li:i' MiiniiiMiilrrli. Mr I nlri'tirr Inn i t'n rsc'Mli (I IV l.itli Aldi'iitinni,. DlRtilrl or New York for llr rni- JUDGMENT AGAINST DR. GRANT AND OTHERS I'allril In Nollfj Sinir Tlinl Mu-lplj I'lnmipil In' p. Judgment, for 1 1 OS costs vai pntcrrcl In tlio Count Clerk's office to-dtiy by Attorney licneral Newton aKnlnst He Pen stickney Ortint. rector of the clmrr-l, f ti,P Ascension; Mrs. Kiln O'tionniin stimton. sister of former Senator Jnme. A. O'Oorimtn; ami Frank V Moore nn architect. The Judgment is the result of the fail ure to nonfv the State that officers of tile Society nt Justice had mnde n mo tion m Supreme Court to dissolve tho organization The motion was lieatd In Supicmp Court last week and opposed by OeorKo 11 llcndcr, founder or the Society, of which was orsanlzed to aid Innocent convicts sent to prison for crimes they never committed. The Judgment debtors are officers of the Society COURT ASKED BY BAKER TO ENJOIN STRIKERS nrooklyn Kmplorpr SppU Writ tit Stop IMpketlnir. Iyponard Street, Brooklyn, applied to e. . ...... r i Tii.HtA Trivia In Tlrrtnk- lyn to-day for nn Injunction to restrain llnbflii t'nlnM t .1 K., 1(13. from picketing-. Justice Icwls set next Mon day at 2 P. M. for the hearing. A strlko was declared last May ngnlnst Kopltnn sky's shop, nnd recently there have been street corner meetings near tho Kopltowsky place, with former Asnptnblvmnn Wnlilman as a principal speaker. It was said. CHEMICAL BLASTS START FIRE; 4. HURT lvpl(isitin.s Duuuiv Sinn ln)ic Labonilot'ifs in Brooklyn. -"i Oi.l slight tlaniUBc slimtl fore n.inii to-tlny ut the Hlunliot" I'hetnntil Inlioriitorlcs, No. 1S9 Stun hope stieel. Hrooklyn, owned , l Chiirlii I tiger of No. 319 Irvine Avi nue llronklyn. Tlio flro was cuii-1 by the explosion of u bottling iniu'lilii". which wni 1)0111111? nlcohol to be iistn for rubbing imrponos.- It wns opetntrtl by Hum MHUt of No. Infill Pr Knlb Avenue who tiled to extillKUlsll Mie blaze with a fire o.tlnKUlnlipr, uml burned his linml. He win treiiteil li nn nmbulancp ntirRCon from tin Wyrkoff UclKhta Hospital nnd wen, honui. , Tho fuemcn quickly put out the fire, but u eecond explosion of the Imttlins mnchlno Injured three of them by flying- class. They refused treatment, however, and continued at worK. MME. SEMBAT ENDS LIFE AFTER HUSBAND'S DEATH OtAMONIX. France, Sept. (As oolntnl Press) - .Mmn. Marcel Semhnt committed suicide hero to-day. follow ing the sudden death yesterday of her husband. the millionaire .Socialist Deputy and former Minister of Public Works. M Scnibnt Deiintv from .Monmartre. was appointed Minister of Public Works snotllv Hlti-i trie ouiorcait oi lin war. nnd served under Vlvlnnl nnd Itrl.ind. retiring In 19lfi. Ho was a large em ployer of Inhor. hut was n strong sup porter of the Socialist movement nnd innW nn Ai'tlve mirt In linrllnmentrirv work ns leader of the moderate Socialists in flie Chamber. GROUND GLASS BLAMED FOR PRIZE DOG'S DEATH I-',,, pi, hi .. ,,i M ,., t i, I hnvo '(ll atked i nui'sliuato the ib-nth of King of iji n I met a Herman wolfhound two win- i.ld. snld to n. been kille,l imi, 'nl on ground hIiihs nt the kenntds of rtobert X ljniiH. No. .11 Punnsjlvania Avenue. Tim dog, it son of Knll.i Jr., ws" the property of Kntlierltie MacDonald of tlio Hotel Ansonlii and wus belrur lioarded at the Lyons place It In saltl negotiations were under way for the sale of the animal to Henry Mor-Kenthutt Q At your Repairman's U 4 ''U.SrSPMNG-STIW U I RUBBER HEELS , , U M ADrrBY"TlltMAKER.S OF U.S. n.OYAL'COR.D-TIB.ES H West 42nd Street Stem Brothers West 43 rd Street The Department of UNTRIMMED HATS will feature To-morrow ' A New Importation of French Hats All are Copies of Lewis, Maria Quy, and other leading Parisian designers. Never have hats been more beautiful, more Extremely large picture shapes and piquant unusual, more picturesque, and these clever copies, small ones as well, including the tricorne, so favored whether imported or domestic, faithfuljy reflect the at present. Hats of Lyons velvet, felt or hatters' . genius of the original designs. plush, in black and every color of the season. Uhtrimmed Hat? (made abroad) Reproductions made in America. $1430 to 5000 6-95 to 19.50 Imported Flowers, Feathers and Flat Metal Ornaments in a great variety to give that unmistakable Parisian touch. Fine China and Glassware oAt savings of ONE-THIRD to ONE-HALF during the Semi-oAnnual Sale. All high-grade wares from the most reliable English, French and American makers. American Porcelain Din ner Sets, 106 pes.; new colored conventional border design ; gold line edge; matt gold handles. $24.75 and 32.50 Limoges China Dinner Sets, 106 pieces; wide gold encrusted border ; matt gold handles; open stock. $199 Limoges China Dinner Sets (Thco. Haviland), 106 pieces; beautifully colored con ventional border designs; coin gold line edge; matt gold handles. $75 ' Limoges China Dinner Sets, 106 pes.; richly colored conventional border design and matt gold handles. English Porcelain Dinner Sets, 106 pes.; choice of several rich conventional border designs; gold line edge; matt gold and gold traced handles; some open stock. $39.50 Gold-encrusted Glassware Imported wide coin gold band Glassware; optic effect; Water Gob lets, tall and low Sherbet Glasses. $57.50 $6.95 doz. -JiStem Brother V' REAL MADEIRA LINENS Daintily hand-scalloped, hand-embroidered, and marked, at Very Special Prices. Tray Covers, ca. 35c 50c Centerpieces, 1.95 2.75 Tea Napkins, dz. 5.75 6.75 Guest Towels, ca. 1.25 1.95 Boudoir Cushion Covers Tea or Luncheon Cloths Buffet and Dresser Scarfs Luncheon Sets, 13 pes. ca. set 1.50 1.95 6.50 12.00 2.95 3.75 4.85 7.50 PURE LINEN TEA NAPKINS-Hemstitchcd, -$3.25 and $4.50 MAIN FLOOR Every student will need one of these 1 Leather School Bags Students of all ages will find in one of these bags the maximum of convenience im portant books and papers will be well taken care of. Genuine Cowhide Leather BRIEF CASES with two or three pockc (ad justable lock. Size 15 or 16 inches. A very convenient carrier for books $2.95 i The favored BOSTON BAG of genuine cov hide used as a general carry-alt for the school boy or girl ; adjustable lock and strong drill lining ; all sizes ; black and tan MAIN FLOOR $2.95 t I? J lUkiBUiua roorwear in IT.,-r.,-.,;.,. r.71 Bu!It for Iong depend- smartness, and built on a nature last for comfort, are these all solid leather boots and shoes (as illustrated) : Girls' Boots of tan or black calf skin, Sizes 8A- to 2 . . . . $4.75 to 5.75 Sizes 2I to 7 6.75 "Cinderella" Pumps with strap across ankle Sizes Sh to 2 . . . . $3.25 to 4.50 Sizes 2, -to 7 5.75 Boys' Boots of black or tan calfskin, Sizes n to 13A $4.50 Sizes 1 to 6 $5.75 Rubbers in either tan or black, 75c to 1.25 SECOND FLOOR. 1 S pi vii?.