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THE EVENING WORLD, . TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 3, X922.'1
fcwe WAVES 1 AN OLIVE BRANCH OVER IN BROOKLYN g. Harmony Seems to Prevail :J Among Republicans Bor ough Political Gossip. Complete harmony now prevails In Hjncconllnc to United States Bcnator '"Oaldcr. Tho Senator said to-day that jBSpe would personally Introduce a rcso 'Sllntlon at tho meeting of the Exccutlvo "fcommlttco to be held late this nfter-"tt-iioon providing for the election of :v.lncol) At Livingston as Chairman of Caiio Exccutlvo Committee and Alfred 03. Vojh? as Chairman of tho Klnzs :)County General Committee. tC! The relations between the Senator ISTind Commissioner Livingston, who TSEJias been Chairman of tho Exccutlvo ?.;ommlttce for several years, havo $E n)cn qulto strained for a Ion? time, gjjind wcro aggravated when Senator SEEJTaMcr personally assumed the man Xtiicement of tho Mayoralty campaign s5)ast year when Henry Curran and his : J'ollenfucs on the city ticket met dls- hster. Ttecently, however, a more friendly fecllnff has existed, and when Senator balder announced his candidacy for re- t ' election he had and now had no more warm supporter than Chairman LIv "RE lngaton. Alfred E." Vnss, the Chalr- man of tho General Committee, han ; Always leaned toward Llvlricston, po- jJUlcally, so that tho unanimous elec tion to-day of both .Chairmen means El hat there Is no dissension In tho S 1'arty. te. What a complete chance was cf- sjcciea in less man rony-eigni noura regarding- tho Democratic nominations for Supremo Court Justice! When it If was thought William Randolph Hearst intended to placo a third ticket In the flold, there was a sud den dearth of candidates, although ! many booms had flourished during the summer, ttariy yesterday morning John H. McCooey, the Democratic leader, was bombarded by leaders ap pealing to him to name different can- tlldatos for tho two places tp bo filled. All of these wcro willing to njako tho jKpacrlflce when It became known that 21 WHS IV UG U. Birillglll UUl IJK"b ui Uvcen the Democrats and tho Repub- ; Iicans. One of tho names seriously con itldered by Mr. McCooey was that of ga-'ederol Judge Edwin L. Gftrvan. It iLvan bo said that ho was a?way willing B'lo take a ctiance. Inasmuch as the (btiAniihiriHinu tinr ntimul ffl ttltMnc- .Tua M'llce and nn ex-County Judge for tho IJSJAVO vacancies on mo oupnuno uoun K bench In Justice Crank S. Gannon and RE iM'llllntn n. 11.tvh. thn nsmnerntle 1(5 t'hlnftatn feels that ho will have to :iis nntc" them with two men who havo ijjS had Judicial' experience. fe ; Congressman John Kissel of tho 3d &,3)lstrlct breezed into town yesterday telroparcd to storm the citadel of, the Mrcenpolnt section. Ho has remained Kin Washington during his term, ro M'turnlng to Brooklyn only at long In JjStervals. When he carried the dis junct two years ago his election was 25 regarded, aa marvellous. NormaUy It s(s Dcmocratlo by approximately jg 100,000 but be overcame that obstacle psltnd declares be will Increase his plu jKjallty this year! The district is made srnp of the 18th, 15th and 19th Asaem-k-t'Iy Districts, where there is strong opposition to tho Dcmocratlo organ- .Sfcfzatlon. Supreme Court Justice John jtMacCrate carried the district once be ittore tor Congress, the first time In 5it',no history ot tho district that p. Re fjVubllcan was successful. Many vot- .STfra In the district believe that Kissel 'Srjvlll defeat George II. Lindsay, his Democratic opponent, who emerged SS victorious from a noi uiree-cornered gSprimary fight with a plurality of ffi nearly a.ooo. !?. Screenings By DON ALLEN POME. Bing a ong of expente, Pocket full of change; . Let' go and sec a movie, Where everything is ttrnuge. But when you buy tho tickets, Be ture you are not lax And hand the girl just 10 per cent. To pay the old icar tax. PHIL UMM SAYS. Most inovln' pitchers I have seen lo mora to bo pitied than censored. COURTESY COUNTED. Mrs. Martin Johnson, who accom panied her husband to tho Island of Malckula, whero he photographed Head Hunters of the South Seas, for Associated Exhibitors, believes the couttcsy shown her by her husband and the other men In tho party eaved her head. "When tho chiefs first saw me," said Mrs. Johnson, "they were Im pressed because tho men of our party treated mo with tho ordinary cour tesy extended nn American woman by an American man, Tho next day they came to our yacht bearing many, many presents for tho boss. I was tho boss. Politeness pays. The volco with tho smllo sometimes getfl the right number!" FI8H1 Marlon Davlcs, always an enthu siastic angler, had a clianco recently to do somo fishing for) trout iwhllo she was resting between scenes In "Adam and Eva." It wa up near Stamford, Conn., and tho natives brought talcs of won derful striUcs. So Miss Marlon and several of ho compaily wept trout fishing. Whllo they" didn't land a single trout they all came back with a string of siin f Uih and, a coat of sunburn. Judge, Ned Holmes, James M. Ixugh borough and other Klrst National officials, Joseph Rhinork, Dr. A. Glnnlnnl nnd a fow othci. And they rendered a verdict unani mously In "Omar's" favor. ' STATIC. A big Mexican hacienda was bu.'lt by Johnnie Walker especially for sev eral scenes In "Captabi Fly, Dy Night." Jane -Novak has completed her pro duction of "Thclma," "My uncle," says a line In Topics of tho Day Films, "had 116 worth of coal In the cellar and swore when he fell over the lump and sprained his ankle." Billy Devon Si "When Summer Comfs" has made his last appcaranco In grotesque mako-up, ho says. Be ware, there; youValentlnos and Dar thclmesses! There's a now he-vauip loose! With all tho halr-ralslng stunts now being shown In every movie, wo often wonder why there are any buld hcaded men left. Although tho press agent declares that "Mlnnlo" abounds In homely folks, we'ilo not going .to mention a single name because a spado hatca to 1x3 called a club. Enough electricity to Illuminate moio than COO homes was used In one sccno In "Peg O' My Hear." D. R. O. llatswell, raovlo actor, says even California's much boasted climate has foiled to euro htm of. numlninatlnm. Ho still persists in collecting coins, principally at the pay window of tho Metro studios. Tom Formon, director, needed lum ber to build a raft, so he cut down a telephone polo In a small town re cently. It modo a flno raft, but It put the phone scrvlco on the bum. Actions speak louder than words, but not when the 'words' aro sub titles read aloud. Viola Dana wears charming dresses of grandma's day in her latest plcturo "Emmy Loit.'S ROMPE1AN OLIVE OIL Sold Everywhere NAZIMOVA 8PEAKS. "Please dony for me," special de liveries Mme. Nazlmova, "that my going back upon the speaking stage, which I will do shortly, 'means that I havo deserted Alms. Nothing of tho sort. In fact, I havo already selected my next picture production, r win leavo for New York shortly with my, husband, Charles Bryant, where wo will superintend tho showing of 'Salome my latest picture. I will then go on tho stago for a short sea son and after that will return to Cali fornia to make 'Tho World's Illu sion' my next plcturo. "No, Indeed, I have not given up pictures. I like thorn too well to give them up!" A VERDICT. "Omar, tho Tentmakor," Guy Bates Post's latest film,, was given a trial by Jury recently and tho verdict is vory favorable. This In Itself wouldn't mean so much until ono has looked over the members of the "Jury." If a film can plcaso them It can please any ono. Among thoso who saw It were H. O. Schwalbo, J. D. Williams, Earl J. Hudson, C. L. Vcarsley, Horaco Hand Bags N unusual touch of smartness is imparted to the autumn cos tume bv an aDDroDri- ately selected Hand Bag, such as one may find here in a wide variety of the newer styles at, interesting prices. A Bag of Duvetyn or . Velvet with purse and mirror may be had for . ,', ' $2.75 : There-, Are-.Bags at Other Prices Oppenheim,llins & Fulton Street- Brooklyn LATIMER Sidhteen four r Sure I FOR INDIGESTION 6 Bell-ans Hot wafer Sure Relief ril-AMC JiiZot and 75 c Packages everywhere s? i HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS. FOR DINNER Palais Royal 48th St at Broadway PAUL WHITEMAN (Personally appearing) And His Orchestra Alto After Thcatrm "rT&'nT Bryant 9440 'fir A Special Group of Dining Room Suite at very Sharp Reductions 'FEATURING NINE BEAU TIFUL PATTERNS ALL INCLUDED IN A PRICE , . ; RANGE FROM $245 TO $350 In order to get the best selec tions come in as early as possible. American Walnut j& J i " Ten Piece Suite 4 D FOR 8ALK, Men'e Clothlns' nn Crr.A',1 $1 DOWN-SI WEEKLY SUITS, OVKItCOATS, ETC., nAni,70N- P. Tll, HI nroilwr. ICnfii- a OacllamU l. LATIMER'S R-U-G Special 9x12 SeamletM Axminsiteirs $32 .The above it only onc.of the exceptionally fine suites in this most unusual offer. Of excellent construction and graceful design, this suite has sold regularly at 3325 Our Special Sale Price Is $24$ Eight Other Styles to Choose From Now Mahogany or Walnut $275 Old Mahogany , 300 Walnut 325 Walnut...' ; 333 Walnut.....'. 335 Walnut 350 Walnut or Mahogany ...350 Gray Walnut 350 Other Sultee Up to $1,450 Formerly $335 375 390 400 400 45 425 45o F U R N T U R .GIsAtimer-S Sons Q) 33-35 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn . Fulton St. Bond St. Urinfston St. Elm Place BROOKLYN NEW YORK .Business Hours 9 to 5.30 Events ' for Wednesday Locser's Cologne Scented Bath Satts 25c Regularly 35c Made of finest im ported ocean salt, perfumed nnd scented with Loeser's Eau de Cologne. Continuing The Sale of Toilet Preparations At Reduced Prices MORE AND MORE Loeser customers are taking full advantage of this Sale and providing liberally for future needs in toilet preparations and household necessities. An easy way to order is to check off needed ifom nn fhia Mat Special main floor tables and regular counters are utilized for the Sale items. Mail and telephone orders will receive careful attention. Lbc&cr's Household Ammonia 25c Regularly 35c Extra strength Aqua Ammonln for household and laundry use; 28-oz. bottle. 1 AKWtCAi 15 For the Skin and Complexion Loeser's Witch Hazel Cream, 2 ounces; regularly 36c, at ; .v . .25c Loeser's Greaselcss Cream, 2 ounces; regularly 23c, at ;!.,.'.. 15c Loeser's Pink Greaseless Cream, 4 ounces; regu larly 35c, at 25c Loeser's Cucumber Cream, 2 ouncesiregularly 3Ec, at ' 25c Loeser's Aquox Peroxide Cream, 2 ounces; regu larly 25c, at , 15c Loeser's Glycerine Lotion, 4 ounces; regularly 25c, ' at 15c Loeser's Pure Biy Rum, 8 ounces; regularly 56c, at 40c Extra Specials! Coty's L'Origan Extract 2 Ounces. Regularly $5 At $3.59 Coty's L'Or Extract Regularly $7 At $4.20 IVatkinx Mulsified Cocoanut OH Shampoo Regularly 50c, at 36c For the Bath Loeser's Almond Meal, violet; reg. 29c, at. . . .19c Loeser's Sea Salt, 3 lbs.; reg. 20c, at. ; . . ..... .15c Loeser's Hygienic Bath Powder, r6g. 15c 10c Loeser's Violet Ammonia, 8 ozs.; reg. 15c... ..10c Loeser's Farina Cologne, 3 ozs.; reg. 35c .25c Loeser's Rose Water, 2 ozs.; reg. 15c, at 10c Loeser's Idylle Toilet Water, 4 ozs.; regularly 65c, at. . 50c Loeser's Violet Essence, 4 ozs. ; reg. 65c 50c Powders and Sundries Loeser's Foot Powder, box; regularly 15c, at 10c Loeser's Hygienic Perspiration Powder, regularly 15c, at .' 10c Loeser's Sudol Powder, regularly 15c, at 10c Loeser's Violet Talcum Powder, M pound can; regu larly 15c, at t '. .10c Loeser's' Perfumed Baby Talcum Powder, 2 ounces; regularly 10c, at 5c Loeser's Compacts, assorted shades; reg. 25c, at. . . 15c Loeser's Rouge Compacts, large size; reg. 25c, at. . . 15c Loeser's Rouge Compacts, small size; reg. 15c, at. . . 10c Loeser's Perfect Face Powdcrt regularly 25c, at 19c Loeser's Perfect Fabric Cleaner, 6 ounces; regularly 15c, at ! 10c Loeser's Absorbent Cotton, 1 pound; reg. 50c, at" . . 29c For the Teeth and Gums Loeser's Mentholine Tooth Paste, reg. 20crat . . . . 15c Loeser's Antiseptic Tooth Powder, reg. 16c, at 7c Loeser's Mentholine Wash, 3 ounces; reg. 15c, at. . . 10c Loeser's Powdered Pumice, regularly 7c, at 5c Loeser's Precipitated Chalk, regularly 7c, at 5c Loeser's Florida Water 25c Regularly 50c Eight-ounce bottles of a refreshing Florida Water. A few drops in the bath will soften tho water. Rubber Goods Hot Water Bottles, 2-quart size; regularly $1.10, at 85c Fountain Syringes, 2-quart size; regularly $1.10, at 85c Rubber Sponges, boxed; regularly 16c, at ioc Rubber Gloves, regularly 60c pair, at 39c Black Rubber Dressing Combs, reg ularly 65c, at 45c Kleinert's Household Rubberized Aprons, regularly 60c, at 29c Drugs and Medicines Loeser's Powdered Alum, regularly 7c, at " So Loeser's Boric Acid, wood boxes; reg. 15c, at. ....10o Loeser's'Pure Castor Oil, 4 ozs.; reg. 25c, at 15e Loeser's Pure Sulphur, regularly 7c, at ,. 5c Loeser's Surelief, 1 oz.; regularly 35c, at 2So Loeser's Pure Borax, pound; regularly 8c, at... 5c Loeser's Rochelle Salts, regularly 20c, at 15c Loeser's Pure Glycerine, -2 ozs.; regularly 20c, at.. 15c Loeser's Seidlitz Powders, 1 doz.; reg. 29c, nt 19c Loeser's Bicarbonate of Soda, 5 lbs.; reg. 35c, at.. 25c Loeser's Aquox (Peroxide), 16 ounces, at 21c Brushes in a Variety Solid Back Hair Brushes, regularly $1.25, at 79a Bath Brushes with handle, regularly 76c, at 49c Fine Bristle Tooth Brushes, regularly 36c, at. . .f .17c ,Nail Brushes, all shapes; regularly 60c', at 35c tositars,! . . . i 1 ii,iwff ; Loeser's Talcurri Powder 9c Regularly 20c One pound can of a pure antisep tic Talcum Pow der for general toilet use and the nursery. For the Manicure Loeier Nagaline Nail Polish, reg ularly 19c, at 15c Loeser's Imperial Nail Enamel, regularly 15c, at 10c Loeser's 'Nail Bleach, jegularly . 25c, at;.. 15c Loeser's Emery Boards, regularly 10c, at 5c For the Hair and Scalp Loeser's Unexcelled Hair .Tonic, 4 ozs.; regularly 40c, at 25c Loeser's Capillarinc, 4 ozs,; regu larly 26c, at 15c Loeser's Egg Shampoo Cream, 4 ozs.; regularly 25c, at 19c Loeser's Cocoanut Oil Shampoo, 6 ozs.; regularly 15c, at 10c Loeser's Bandoline, 2 ozs.; regu larly 20c, at...u 10c I.oeier'B Main Floor. Waldorf Toilet Paper 8c Roll Regularly 10c Roll 85c Dozen Rolls Sanitary tis sue p a p o r, 650 sheets to a roll. October Brings Our Annual and Important Glove Sale : 20,000 Pairs Underprice The Time for Buying Winter Wants and Christmas Gifts THIS EVENT assumes greater significance this year owing to tho fact that the new loose sleeve fashions make Gloves an assured necessity of the well-dressed woman's wardrobe. Purchased from makers whose names stand for perfection and reliablility in the Glove world are thousands of pairs of new Gloves offered in this sale, covering every wanted stye. Purchased under the old tariff rates, the values quoted are really less than prices' must' be for Gloves on wh'ch the new duty is paid, and therefore Loeser sale prices are even better than they seem. Nothing to match this ti.'fering has been available 'in New York. The Glove3 are new and perfect. There are all usual sizes in each style. It is time to buy lib erally for your winter's supply and even for holiday giving. Women's $1.75 to $2.25 Gloves at $1.35 Imported French kjd two-clasp, overseam Gloves with four-row embroidered backs in black, with self backs, black and white, white with self backs; also brown, beaver, tan, gray, champagne with contrasting backs. Imported French Lambskin two-clasp overseam Gloves, with three-row self embroidery, in black, brown, beaver and gray. Fne quality imported two-clasp pique sewn real Kid Gloves, in white only, with Paris point backs. Americah-made one-clasp washab'e capo Leather Gloves in tan, brown, fawn and black, with self backs. America nmade gray mocha Gloves in the one-clasp style, with self and contrasting backs. Women's $2.50 to $3.50 Gloves at $1.95 Superior quality imported French Kid Gloves,, made by Fine quality American-made one-clasp gray Mocha iLhW,W5 Gles fa to with - ta beaver-and brown. pique sewn with Paris point backs. American-made pique sewn Gauntlet Gloves with strap wrist, of serviceable cape, in tan, beaver and brown. Women's $4 ta$5.50 Gloves, $2.85 Extra quality Lambskin Gloves, made in France. Over seam sewn with Paris po'nt backs, in the 12-button length, in white, brown, beaver and gray. 16-button length in black, white and brown. 20-button length in white and beaver. Women's $5 French Kid Gloves, 12-Button Length, at $3.45 Real French glace Kid Gloves in the, 12-button length, made by the best 'glove maker of France. Overseam sewn and Paris point backs. In white, black and brown. Men $2 Gloves, $1.45 Men $2.50 Gloves, $1.85 Splendid quality tan cape Prix seam Superior quality tan cape eather Gloves, Prix seam sewn and with spear point backs. Women's $3 Gloves at $2.45 Fine quality imported real Kid Gloves, made in Belgium. These are in the strap wrist, gauntlet type, pique sewn, with embroidered backs. In black with self embroidery, also black, white, gray, beaver, brown and tan. Imported Lambskin Gloves made in France. Strap wrist, gauntlet type, with embroidered backs, in white, black, tan, mode, brown and gray. Gloves, with self backs, in regular and cadet sizes. Men's $3.50 Gloves, $2.85 Gray Mocha Gloves of a fine quality, Prix seam sewn with spear point backs also Prix seam sewn with black em broidered - backs. Regular and cadet sizes.