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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER la, 1922.
TO BROOKLYN WOMEN TAKE THE FIELD IN CAMPAIGN FIGHTS Various Organizations Active in Boosting Candidates of Both Parties. Brooklyn Season ol Amateur Theatricals Opens To-Night at Academy by Institute Players Drooklyn women are notably active In the present political campaign, and various organizations of both parties nro working hard for tbo several can dldatea. The delegates from the Kings County Woman's Ch-lstlan Temper ance Union- to tho convention of the State Federation of Women's Clubs, which Is being hold this week at ,tho Hotel Commodore, are Mrs. W. A. Bell. Mrs. K. B. Iadd, Mrs. W. II. Park and Mrs. Sarah Tobias. The alternates are Mrs N. C. Myers, Mrs. E. Evans, Mrs. E. lloyt and Mrs. J. Jones. The delegates to the. City Federutlon Convention, Friday, Oct. 27 are Mrs. w. W. Wlckes and Mrs. M. F. Johnson. Tho alternates are Mrs E. A. Potter and Mra. E, Hoyt Tho ClxtnVmr llllotlnir nf tllB KxeCtl tlve Committee of the' Women's Equal Onnnrtiinltv Leacilo will 1)0 held Sun day, Oct. ID. Plans for a scries of public meetings which will start after election will be discussed. Sirs. Lena Welnstcin. No. 92 St. J-amcw Place. will bu ouo of the delegates from tho league to tho convention of tho City Federation of women's Cluus. Mrs. Maggie C. All, tho newly elected Executive member from the 19th Assembly District, has culled a meeting of the Women's Hegular Democratic Organization of the dls trirt for to-morrow. Plans for nlrilncr tho rnmrmiirn of Georco II. Lindsay, Congressional candidate and Chnrles U Fassulo, the Assembly can- rflilnta. will ho perfected at tills meet Ing. The now otllccis of tho club are Mr Jlnhnnnn Kbel. President: Mrs Pauline Webber. Vice President: Mrs. M Tfrani Krrrntiirv: Mrs. K. t rel rriMro lrinnnnlnl Sprrntnrv: Mrs. M Englehardt, Treasurer, and Mrs. B. Acker, Sergeant-at-Arms. Colony of the Sons and Daughters of Now England will bo hold Dec. 13 -U tho Heights Casino. Mrs. W. H. Bussing Is President and Mrs. Ellis Ij. Howland Is senior adviscr Tho first social afternoon of the Society of New England Women, Brooklyn Colony, will be hold Thiirs day Nov. 6, at the Pouch ManiUcn. Mrs. Robert F. Ives la President. Women of tho Flatbush Democratic Club arc organizing for Concland under tho. leadership bf Miss Margaret Seymour. Democratic women havo started a house-to-houdo canvass In behalf of Charles I. Stcngle, tho Congressional candidate from tho 6th District. Mrs. Martha Oullfoylc, co-leader of tho 1st Assembly District Democrats, has cut short a vacation In Montreal to aid In getting women out for registration. Anti-League of Nations arguments seem to bring the most applause from women voters at Calder meetings. Appeals to women to register, the preparation of new literature and placards arc occupying the greater part of the time of tho Women's Committee for Calder,, which Is being organized by Mrs. Robert Leo ut No. 2C Court Street. The next meeting of the Woman's Division of tho 1st Assembly District republican Club, Mrs. Mabel T. S. Falco, Chairman, will bo held Thurs day, Oct. 19, at tho clubhouse. 30S Fulton Street. "Pygmalion'' for First Per formance Clark Street Players to Open Oct. 26. Brooklyn's season of amateur tbo atrlcals will open to-night with tho first performance of Shaw's "Pygma lion" by the Institute Players at the Academy of Music. Tho play will be repeated Friday and .Saturday nights. The Institute Players aro the largest of tho Borough's numerous little thcatro groups. They have a season of nine months. This year they will give at least eight different pjays. Starting seven years ago, employing a different coach for ench play, they havo now reached the btagn where they have a permanent director, drawn from the professional tanks, and occa sionally give flr.st American perform ances of British plays. Tho players are a part of tho Brook lyn Institute of Arts and Science, and are governed by tho dramatic com mittee of that body. Dr. S. Marion Tucker is President of tho committer and Miss Elolso K. Easton Secretary. Other members of the committee are: Dr. William T. Fcltner, Miss Lottie L. E. Grainger, Mrs. Louis A. Schacfer. W. Palmer Smith, Miss Estello C. It. Sweet and Dr. Lasulle II. White. Unlike other amateur groups the Institute Players givo each play an out-of-toWn try-out before tho local opening. This try-out takes place ut tho Jamaica brunch of tho Institute. Thero arc only two permanent members of the Institute Players casts. They aro Bennett Kilpack, the director, and Miss Effle Lawrence Palmer, a Brooklyn amateur, who plnys character fiarts. Miss Palmer has Ix-en with the Players for four years and for the past two years has appeared in every play. Other mem bers of the organization appear In plays from time to time as parts which they lit are found. There are likely to be two or thrco professionals In each cast and people aro added to the organization eoch season. The cist for tho present play in eludes, In addition to Mr. Kilpack and Miss Lawrence, Miss Esther Mitchell who was nt the Neighborhood' Play house last year; Hurry Neville, for merly of the Greenwich Theatre William II. Harper sr.. Miss Viola Jrhnson, Miss Marie Sullivan. Theo dore Fltzltandolph and John Holdcn all of whom havo appeared In Institute, plays before, and Miss Emily Berry and Miss Ethel Jackson, who nre now members. Some of tho plays which will be given by tho Institute Players this yrar ovo Galsworthy's "Strife," Eu geno O'NelH's "Beyond the Horizon,' Clyde f Fitch's "Tho Truth" and Al frcd Butro's "Tho Two Virtues." The Clark Street Players will glvi their first performance of tho year Thursday, Oct. 20, when, they will picsent a bill of three one-uct plays at the Neighborhood Club, No. 108 Clark Street. Tho plays aro "Llnv Beans" by Alfred Kreymborg, "Beau ty and the Jacobin" by Booth Tnrk ington and "The Medicine Show" by Stuart Walker. Tho casts will Include Miss Mary Hester, Miss Llsbeth Hlgglns, Miss Helen Ij. Hlnes, Miss Edith Beamish Meredith Langstaff, Boy Fitzltan dolph, Bruce D. Bromley, Earl Harris, Malcolm H. .Field and David V. Cochran. Mrs. Gcorgo C. Cochran Jr. Is th executive director, Mrs. Balph H Pomeroy Is Chairman nf the Advisory Board, which includes Mrs. S. C. Sny dcr, Mrs. T. Mortimer Lloyd, Frank hcrguson and Robert Alfred Shaw Miss Gertrude E. Lachlan is Chair man of tho Board of Managers, Miss Helen E. Morrow, Secretary, and Howland L. Field, Business Manager. Other members of the board ure Mrs. J. Reynolds Hemmett, Charles W. Blacklock and Eurl B. Harris. The other regular performances of the Clatk Street Players will bo held on Nov. 15, Jan. IB, Feb. 9 and April 13. They also contemplate giving a Christmas festival. William Shakespeare Chapter, Im perial Order of the Daughters of the British Empire, Mrs. Hedloy I. Hll bourn. Regent, wilt meet Thursday, Oct. 19, at tho homo of Mrs. Josoph Eastmond, No. 2113 Beverly Road. Tho Long Island CUfcpter pi the Datichters of the Revolution, Mrs. Eugene Grant, Regent, will hold its first social meeting of tho season on Wednesday, Oct. 18, at tho Pouch Mansion. An address, "Plymouth and tho Pllcrlm Country." by tho Row Dr. Frank Pottorton, will be ft featuro of tho "afternoon. MRS. ALLERS FAINTS WHEN FOUND GUILTY Convicted of Arson After Jury Debates an Hour. Mri. leathering Alters was found guilty of arson In the second degree by a Jury In the Supreme Court In Brook lyn before Justice- Lewis last night. The Jury debated only an hour. Mrs. 'Alters fainted and was carried from the court room. The foreman of the Jury after Its dis missal told Fire Marshal Ilrophy that the attack on him by Mrs. Alters greatly Inflitenrrrf tho vritlot. Mri. Allflrfi tfM- tided Tuesday Intimating that 1.20(J was missing from the house after Mar shal Brophy's Investigation and claim ing he had attempted to get her to split her Insurance claims with him. Marshal Brophy on the stand yester day denied the statements made by Mrs. Alters. Mra. Alien bought the Van Dyke homestead nt Hast EJd Street and Mill Lane, Flatbuili, from tho city for f 106 on March 21, 1922. It had been con demned In strnut opening proceedings nnd she agreed to movu tho building In thirty days. ' Three days btiforo that period was up two fires wore discovered at 8.30 o'clock In the evening. John Williams, his wife and five children were In the house at the time. Mrs. Alters Is fifty and a widow. BERGIN KILLING TRIAL SET FOR OCT. 23 George Cllne, Charles Scullion and Miss Alice Tliornton, all under Indict ment for the murder of John Bergln. motion picture nctor, will be brought to trial In Ilockensack. N. J., on Oct. 23. Originally tho trial was set for Oct. 9. It was postponed to Oct. 16 and last night Supreme Court Justice Parker postponed It one week morn at tho re quest of State Senator Maekay, counsel for tho dcron.c. He said the defense hnd not been able to get needed cvldenc. ENRIGHT AND 600 COPS AT MASS IN BROOKLYN Ilnlf of Amtihnr Arr Mpmlar ol llol- nnio v)'ll.i. Sit hundred Brooklyn members of lh Police Department, hull of them mem bers of the Holy Name Society, at tended muss till morning In St. James Pro-Cnthcdral, .lay and Hint'! Streets. Brooklyn. Tho men assembled nt l'u lice Headquarter? nnd. led by the Po lice Band and Deputy Chief Inspector John O'Brien, marched to the church. The SermOll WHS llV I lip iltv .tnemh F. Murphy, ot the Church of SI John inn l.vangellst. route t onitnl.sloner Enrlght and other official of the d -partment attended The music was l, tho Police Glee Club. U IIUHMA.'V. OHIMIW nmi:. Forty-one UtisM.in orphans, from Kiev and Odessa, brouRht to this coun try by the Hebrew Sheltering 1 mini grant Aid Society for rati-, lij r(.. tlves here, arrived to-dny on the Lithu ania of tho Baltic American Lino at Pier ... Bush 8torc, Brooklyn. Thr were sent to Ellis Island, msmstz Appetite Keen and Bowels Relieved You can relish your mealswithout tea of upsetting your liver s or stomach if you will vfe nut your fi?h inr3jTOpjr Carter's Little II.... PHI.. Foul eccumu latjnns that A poison the 4 bleed are ex pelled from the bowels and headache, dizziness and sallow akin are relieved. Small PHI Small Dose Small Plica ITTLE IVER iPJIL Abraham -6- Straus INC, BKOOKLYnt Store -Hours: 9 to 5:30 Telephone Main 6100 Untrimmed HatS New Junior Frocks BROOKLYN 0 oJmrioaA' foremast Ppeciattiti- " ppenheim.luns& FULTON STREET-BROOKLYN Of Special Interest to Misses Tomorrow A Sale of fficspfe' Frocks for Misses Sizes U 10, IS Years Also Suitable Jar Small Women to Size 30 Bud e 11 enni Jtwa llrou n I'hmsant Xut 15.00 Ton llrige Russia Red lilack Rust Two-piece .lacquet Blouse models of Canton Crepe and Wool Jersey, all over embroidered in contrast, with separate pleated' skirt; also smart one-piece designs in Wool Jersey MISSES' D EI'AHT'M K NT U Ft D FLOOIt of Black or Colored Lyons Velvet, Black Panne Velvet, Duvetyn, or Duvetyn Combined with Velvet $2.79 Brooklyn's newest group of ama teur actors, who comprise the Brook lyn Art Theatre, expect to produce one of Schnltzler's plays some time in December. Ethan H. Katz, treas urer of tho new group and a local attorney, was formerly with tho In- 'atltute Players. Other members of tho group are: Josiuh Euro, conduc- tor of the y.uro Opera Company; Miss Louise Boslet. an Instructor in danc ing; Charles C Hichel, Principal of Public School No. IjS; Dr. A. Both. Chairman of the Friends of Art of Brooklyn; Nathaniel Pasternnck, an art instructor at Manual Training High School, and Elbart A. Trommer. The annual dance of the Brooklyn I Almost incredible that hats of such rich, lovely fabrics modeled in hosts of the newest shapes and in fashion's most exquisite shades, could even through a special pur chase acclai i such a low price as $2.79. The cheapness, however, is only in tho price, as the same quality velvet, same workmanship arid reflections of the newest modes are not sur passed in much higher priced hats. Included are large, small and medium size hats, with special emphasis given to new draped crowns,, new shirred edges and unusual flange effects. Dominant new colors, are hazelnut brown, platinum grey, cherry red, almond green, Venetian blue, pheas ant, and numerous other shades, Navy blue and black. Very little additional trimmings are required to make these hats ready-to-wear, and wondrous selections are presented for your approval also very moderately priced! A. It H -atr.l door. Et rtr M jmm Alii ASrV besides 'I1: Fall Hosiery Sale Brings Supplies for the Entire Family at Prices that Advise Extensive Buying The A. & S. Hosiery Sales are events that the entire family depends on and rightly; for they are all like this one, planned to bring the hosiery most wanted, at the lowest price for their quality, at the -beginning of the new season. Hundreds of pairs of socks and stockings for men, women and children, for dress and everyday wear every pair the dependable A. & S. quality, at a minimum A. & S. price. Women's Stockings, 89c Women's Silk Stockings, 95 Full fashioned, thread silk, all with mercerized tops, black, white or colors. Irregulars. Women's Sport Stockings, 89c Wool and fibre mixtures in heather shades. Irregulars. Women's Silk Stockings $1.69 Black ingrain silk, all silk from top to toe, excellent weight; or with mercerized cotton soles, in grey and brown. A mixture of silk and fibre, with mercerized tops and semi-fashioned legs. Black and street shades. Men's Golf Stockings $1.69 All - wool imported, i n sports shades of green, grey, brown and lovat, with con trasting cuffs. Children's Sports Stockings 45c Wool and cotton mixtures, in heather shades with fancy cuffs, the popular three quarter length. Children's Cotton Stockings 23c Black ribbed cotton, double heels and toes, strong and "durable, to withstand hard wear. Men's Silk Socks 69c Full fashioned thread silk with cotton tops and soles; black, grey and navy. Men's Heather Socks 39c Wool and cotton mixture in brown he:ither shades. Men's Fine Cotton Socks, 16c Double heels and tees, in black and colors. An exceptional priw for such good V. A S Mti.-l flour, (Villi l Very Smart and Avtazingly Low $9.95410.95 Delightful little frocks of youthful charm and chic, far below the price you woultl expect them to be. They are of all-wool jersey, in navy, henna, and brown; made with pleated skirts and bodices fascinatingly embroidered in odd Chinese-y designs. The same style that has been carried out in dresses twice the price of these, and t a model that has distinctly 'caught the fancy of the younger set. For Miss 12--to-10, $10.95. For the Junior Miss, 8-to-M, $9.95. A. K S, Hceoiid floor, CVntnl Tomorrow Genuine Supertone Phonographs, $59 Probably the last group of these popular Supertone phonographs at $59 that wo shall bo able to offer I , For the home that wants good music, this is a special value worth t taking advantage of tomorrow. This instrument is equipped with an automatic stop, tone modifier, .and universal tone arm. Plays all records, and with a faith- , fulness of tone values you'll 'r marvel at. Excellent cabinet work as the illustration shows. Other Phonographs Upright phonographs up to $375. Console models j from $87 to $350. Victor, Sonora, Columbia, and Pooley phonographs on convenient terms, if desired. Latest Danco Records, 46c. The selections include "I Wish I Knew," "Coal Black Mammy," "Truly," "Tricks," and "Say It While Dancing." ?. A. 8. Fouilh floor, West. Trunks & Wags At Low October Prices Dress Trunks, Re duced to $9.85 This trunk is not pnly ex cellent for travel, but ser viceable to puck things in the storeroom for a while. Covered and interlined with hard vulcanized fibre, lrot"tted by steel hardware and fitted with a deep, divided tray. Closes tightly Mtwl l onnj lint rlnof nTirl flirt1. tl 1 11 iiv I U uuv Sizes 3'-', 31, and 3G inches. $9.85 is u reduced price. Steamer Trunk, $8.65 Matches tho dress trunk above. Strong, compact, and just tho thing for children's use. Also handy for storing garments not in use. Genuine Cowhide Traveling Bag $9.85 Smart looking, as your travel ing bug should be. Of good leather, hand-sowed over a strong frame. Krinforeed corners. Leath er lined, and n roomy interior fit ted with three poekcts. Hrown. in 18-inch w-. A very special value. d Third floor, Ccnlrat. , i ' i . 1 ) A "1 V V . V. A III For Friday' Selling-