THE , EVENING WOltLP, WEDNESDAY, OOTQEB .11, 1922.,
MEN ARE LAGGARD
Day Total, 131,676, Is
ar Below Figure for 1 920
.geglstratlon on the second day iras
'Almost u disappointing to leaders of
t6"lu partloa ycaterddy as tlio first
j, 'dayfs registration for the State elec
tion. Only lSt.670 men and women
qualified yesterday, as compared with
103,521 In 190 and 138.0S1 In 1821.
?W6meu went to tlio polls lu greater
JV"5nl' than "m " aauy B0U-
UOua, particularly m mo upper um
Irtcb df Munbattau. JJlslrlcta which
. 'reported a good rciU)traUon Monday
ebowed a fulltuir off yesterday, wnne
-ith'a nuaper of tboso who qualified
.materially Increased In rriahy dtltrlCU
fndt reported a poor shOlvWr on the
aay a regjipimuuu, i v-biciuuj . nwuift
. comparison with the second day Hi-
K-4-?i. , 4ann ...1 tflnl .1t,,v
. ut " y
192 1 1
60,023 B1.9(l 103,124
' lkV, D.J.llltl
1H6,: X, 331
13,103 17,474 S7.U2
JJ. - I.V34
sr. s,i4 .
In i i
HtX OUR KXHlBtT or
t tht Industrial and Xletriel
Expoiltloa, Orand Ontrl p.
C. 4dtll KAd 47th BtrMU tut
Lrtxiaatoa Aveaut. Him Yotic.
Beeth 37 to 33 IneSutif
Light -" Pwr C.
Sell-Conlessed "Slayer" of Wile
Goes to Cell as She Plays Possum
West Hobokcn Hooch Leads Him to Police Station
Only One Night's Punishment for "Murder."
Charles Hclnrlcha, neIf-coutcsel ulnyer of h! wife, 1b walking about
West Hobolicn to-dny a frco limn uflcr spending otto nlff.it lu Jail. When
the circumstance! wero related to tho' court It refuaed to entertain any
charge on that ncoro against Holnrlchs, and decided ho had had oufflclenl
iniuUhment on another charKC IirvIiib been locked up all ulgbt.
llclnrlcha la 10 j-.uw old and Uvea
at Ko. CIS Monastery Btrcet, Wcat
Hoboken. Thra uu u nice Hobokeu
dnazlo last night that was ,jlkly to
make ft man In West Hoboken, vhir4
they navcr liconl of tho Volstead Act.
CO out and drink hla huud off.
Helnrloha had been drinking when he
went hom. Nelglibora heard the
rouivl.s of qUarrClllntf and then 'aW
Ilcliirichs run from tho house,
lie continued In us straight a lino
iu lio t'ould until he leached the
Went Ilobohdu Htatloil. Cupt. ttUin
ton was on duty when, out of breath,
uhitB. and irreutly Bobered by the
thought of what ho had done, Heln-
rlchs eraatxd the rail In front of tnu
Cj,Jtt 45.1391 41,044 Vt.ejJ
18,717 11.471 24,031
at 13th St.
Walking Oxfotd 'V3"
Brou-n Krf, with
Oiler Sutde bach
TTICAL values, these, proving
the worth of the 64 year
reputation back of the name
CAMMEYER stamped on them.
Women's Pure Thread
LISLE GARTER TOP. FULL
FASHIONED HIGH SPLICED HEEL
Colors Black, GrayNude,
Silver, Cordovan and White Values uf 10 $2.2)
aWSuwp! oa Shoe Mca Sunditd of Meilt M w
47 West 34th St., New York
Broo li lyn-in pulton st, "Newark broad st.
deck und nuld:
'Captain. I'm slt'liif? myself mi.
i S2Z.i- -
iust killed my wife, fm rorry." And
lttlnrlcln vobbed aottly a a dttec-
tlvo searchetl hint and led him back (o
tho pen. In tho mean tthllo tho patrol
iv&?6n ami detectives had been rushed
to tho home. They rtina; the boll n.id
getting 116 response burnt in th4 door.
In front of a mirror doing up hnr
hair for th4 night via Mrr. llclnrlcha,
"We thought you wero dead f ex
plained u detective.
"Well, I'm not. I dldu'tjet you In
beca.uo I thought tny . huaband hud
corrto back," oho replied, and contin
"Ho camo home full and started tf
uliutie me. tin struck mo and 1 want
down and atoyed down an pn'tndoj
Large handling of fine
quality gloves lias its advantages.
We and a fewother good
houses get the cream of the
world a best leathers,
An ample stock of Walk
ing weights for Fall
Grey and beaver Mocha.
Tan Cape. (Natural Buck
skin. Chamois. Deerskin.
Prices moderate. '
The best of everything
men and boys wear. ,
Rogers Feet Company
at 35th St
st 41st Sb
I Traa dead. Then he ran out and I
decided I would lock the houee and go
to bed "
"He reported ho killed you and ho
in locked up at the station now," ex
plained oi)e of tlio police.
"Let huh think It and Id him day
locked up; both will do him (ft)0l
unBctwJ tho wife, and Uclnrlehn liiid
a night of unpleasant olnycr-llkf
dreanui. This morning tho litmilclJr
charge that ho thought wan agalimt
him :ih uot presfced, and for his In-'
toxlcatlon the night he hnd spent in
Jail mum coiiHldercl chough.
"Didn't I kill hr?" asked Ifein
rlelic? "tlce. what' a funny lnugli bhe
lll have on me now; nie crj-lng'be-cam
T IhOilglit die was dtnd."
FIGHT FOR GERMAN
IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Snpreme Court Hears Cone lfrom
M'AHMlNOTON. Oct. 11 Ohio's stat
uto proliltiillnc (Ho tcHClilnif of German
to pupils below the eighth grade In pri
vate und parochial aclioolp, as assailed
In cases brought by H.JI. Krolmliig
and Until Pohl, was argued by counsel
in the Supreme Court yesterday.
Counsel for Ootinlng and' l'ohl con
tended that Hie Oct of 1919. by which
the Ohio Legislature Imposed the prohi
bition, wad In violation Ot that' pii It of
the Fourteenth Anteildmtnt to tho fed-
the abridgment of privileges and lm-'
munltles.of ctliens. and the taking of
life, liberty or proierty without due
process of law. .
eral Constitution guflfanteeing iiKalnH Mreaks."
BAY STATE AUTO COST
EXCEEDS FARM INCOME
BOSTON, Oct. 1lTho automobiles
Of MumclfuBCils ire apparently con
suming an amount 0vj.il tb the wealth
which -cllltens df Iha.SUte take from
agriculture and tho rtshorles, laid
Henry V. Jjonie; Comnilssibnar of C6r
poratlons and Taxation, apcaklng to tho
Tax Collectors Association.
"We have Dint until II Imrl. i,
added. "l,et us nut spend tilt it
Not a Blcmiah
tniri tht ncrtect
coraplMioa. Skin troubles srs tflec
tlrel7 concealed. Reduce unnatural
color and correct treaty skis, jiik.
it anmeptic. w Wjs-FJt ih-Rtciuu. 3 1
tjwna i ic jmr j rial 3Ut
ffBP.T. Portias SON. New Ytk City"
est $c Co. Announces beginning Columbus Day
SPECIAL VALUES THROUGHOUT the STORE,
Fifth Avenue at 35th Street, New York
Sesslfia cloth, Roman sponge;
Sessura crepe, costume de
ski, imported cordelaine, and
"Epglish jersey, plain or plait
OF MOHAIR WOOL
Slip-ons at 3.50, in black
and colors, withlilgh orV
yncck. Tux.ed6s.at 5.00,. in
black and colors.
WOMEN'S BROWN FOX
AND MINK SCARFS
Carefully selected sldns.in.
the fashionable designs.
WOMEN'S AND MISSES'
Excellent quality silk with
satin borders, handles with
amber or white bakelite
trimmings, tips and stubs to
match. Navy, purple, brown,
green, garnet, black,.
Glove and regulation size,
attractive color combina
tions. Many hand-rolled
Silk clastic and brocade,
satin-bound in clasp-around
'Winter-weight oxfords; tan
or black. Smart brogue stylo
BOYS' TAN CALFSKIN
Shoes for shpol or 'semi
dress, sturdy and wejl-made;
heavy oak soles.
with link cuffs,
Sizes i to 3 years,
COATS of tan polairertwo
models; one with nutria col
lar, double-breasted; another
raglan sleeved, belted model
9.75 Hats to match 3.75
BROADCLOTH coats, with
nutria.trimmed collar; also a
shirred model with beaver.
A numberof beautiful
Poke "or ""roll-brim hats of
velour of felt. ... 5.95
BOLIVIA and broadcloth
coats, full flared models,
satin-lined, with nutria
collar v - 1650
Hats to match . 750
CH AMBRAY bloomer dresses
solid colors or checks. 2,95
Creepers "of pink or blue
check gingham, some with
white madras waists, sizes 1
to 3 years. Rompers with
solid color bloomers, pink,
blue" or brown. Sizes 2 to A
Store open all day tomorrow
GIRLS' AND MISSES' .
WINTER HATS "
Duvctyn' and Velvet hats' In
close-fitting and small brim
All white or vhtte with'
colored collars andcuffs,
sizes 8 to 18 years
GIRLS' AND JUNIORS'
COATS AND DRESSES
with caracul collar and cuffs.
13, 15, 17 years, 65.00
JUNIORS' wool bolivia coats,
with nutria or o'possum
collar. 13, 15, 17, 35.00
' GIRLS' double-breasted coats
of heather wool mixtures,
lined with wool checks. 10,
tol6yrs. . . . 29.50
GIRLS' fur-lined coats of tan
polaire; shawl collar of
nutria; lining of lamb. 4
5 &. 6 years. . 39.50
GIRLS' dresses of wool
crepe, with hand-made .wool
flowers and stitching. 6, 8, .
and 10 years. . . 13.95
JUNIORS' monogram dress
of crepe de chine. Cafe au
lair, navy. or cinnamon. 13,
1517vrs - . '. - 25.00
PAJAMAS 1 or 2 pc.
95c ' 1.25
Fancy stripes on white
grounds, silk frog trimmings.
One piece garments, 4 to 12
yrs. 95c two piece garments,
10 to 18 yrs; 1.25.
Almost eyery conceivable
shade, sizes 2 to10, for girls
or boys. .. -
WOMEN'S & MISSES' SILK
AND CLOTH DRESSES
Poiret twill and canton
crepes; four models, in new
Submodels in satin, canton,
crepe , satins-' P
Faille, crcpe-satin, and lustre
satin. . Seven models .
'WOMEN'S AND MISSES
COATS .AND WRAPS
WOMEN'S utility coats of
imported and domestic ma
terials. Loose or belted
models .... 39.50
WOMEN'S dressy coats and
wraps, with beaver collar, or
trimmed with caracul 65.00
WOMEN'S fur-trimmed coats
and wraps, of luxurious ma
terials, with handsome
MISSES' top-coats of wool
coatings; Hare and belted
styles. Half or full-silk
MISSES' utility "coats, some
with shawl raccoon collars.
Polo coats; loose or belted
coats in woolen mixtures
.MISSES' dressy coats and
wraps with mole, beaver or
platinum fox, Interlined and
crepe de chine lined 65.00
Jfor t('ll be o'fii all Ja,Colunibui Day jji
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