THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922.
New and Original
By Mildred Lode wick
Copyright, J05J (Sw Vork ttruilns World) Prcaa rubilthlnr Company).
W II ETHER ono actually
1ml to or not, all of us
onco In a while arc
seized wltli on economical
tjt'lrlt and discarded clothes
ure brought forth to bo flawed
from d new angle. Tba skirt
of ono may serve as ft founda
tion, whllo 'from another skirt
a new bodlco ifiay bo cut, hllo
1lio expense of a modish trlni
mliiS ornament or touch nf
metal braid. will complete u
Mally weaiablu frock. If you
li4c a light crcpo do unlm
frock which Is faded or tolled
yoitjnlghl get enough good out
cf It for full sleeves to put Int.i
a tl.uk bcrgo or batln or Can
ton crcpo frock. And you
jou could probably use wimo
of tho light colored fabric as
facing to skirt panels or drapery-
Perhaps you have an old
frock which Is built on nlonder
Hoes, and no material for dra
pery or panels, and the tlrtvcs
or a nn holes may be worn
Wouldn't tho design I am of
fering help you out? Here
tho color of Iho frock Is
matched up In crepe do chlno
which Is mado Into two long
panels, ono on cither side, and
on tho waist it forms that por
tion surrounding tho arm
holes and tho sleeves. The
draped, glrdlo 411 a y employ
Hthcr tho dress fabric or the
crcpo do chine. Very effective
and dressy aro tho cordlnps
Which top tho skirt panels, and
.which confine tho sleeves at
tho wrists, while hand cm
roldsry elaborates the silken
waint portion. Tho llttlo flat
collar, whllo lending a practi
cal air. Is so universally be
coming that ono doesn't liesl
tata to place It on a halfway
dressy frock llko this. It may
Iki In Vhcor organdy bound
SMITH BEFORE 10
GET OLD JOBS BACK
with silk or embroidered with
jf; floss. Do not overlook tho ca-
'' pilclousncss of tho pa'nols, which 'con-
peal tiny pockets whero thqy oro at
lochod to tho skirt, and tho cordlngs
In tho panels slvo them enough body
so that they do not drop noticeably.
Mound hem lines aro much seen,
and so a skirt that Is' too nhort may
have Its- horn let down and bound,
while tho uneven effoct Is achieved by
tho panels, n
Daughter Can't Blame Anyone
Who Falls in Love With Brewster
She Hopes Father Will Win Freedom So He Can
Many CorlFss Palmer.
Jlurio Theresa Brewster, twenty-ono years old. youngest of Euseno V.
HrewBtcr's children by his first wife, Is qn his sldo In his effort to win freo
dom from wlfo No. i and marry Corliss Palmer, twcnty-two-ycar-old screen
Mario, or "Tcny." as sho was nlck-f"
namcu uy nor tamer wnon no was i iuur great magazines novo started
rJead of tho Ilrst Brewster establish- I wh!c.h aro completo In themselves.
rainer nicknamed mo "Terry,"
probably after tho prlicilghtcr, Terry
Mcuovern. what an appropriate
name, ior i am to-oay fighting for my
"I can't and don't blamo any ono
for falling In lovo with such a man
na father, who has a combination of
ool looks and extraordinary nhll
Jlorlo Is attending a Brooklyn
school and will bo n graduato kinder-
cartcn teacher next June. siio said
iho had prepared tho statement wlth-
jut tho knowlcdga of other members
if her family. Sho wan supported at
her rccopllon of reporters by Ken-
leth A. Lone, a neighbor nnd her
dosi oeau," una uy cubby, her Pom
mcnt at No. 29 Monroo Street, Brook
lyn, Issued a statement yesterday
when her mother, Mrs. Kmlllo Brew
ster, was In Morrlstown, N. J., at a
hospital visiting Duncan Doblo jr., six
years old, her grandson, who Is 111
"I, Mario ThcrtBa Brewster," her
statement began, "being tho youngest
of Eugene V. Browstor's thrco chil
dren, feel It my duty to express my
self. I am more than In hopes that
my father will win tho caso became,!
feci that I have been deprlvod of th
fatherly love which onco reigned In
our family. The memories I have of
father aro moro than pleasant; h
fulfilled every childish fancy posslbh
nnd played a most Important part Ir
my recreation, being a companion as
well as a father.
"My homo was a rendezvous to all
the neighboring children, as father
had charge of tho story hour. In win.
ter months, while snow was on the
ground, Monroo Street was a most
popular placo, due to tho great big
snow hills father built for our enjoy
ment, Wo actually looked upon him
us a builder, and sure enough ho Is,
for from uls first small magazine
started at our home on Monroe Btrcet
MT. TERRETTA SMOKING;
MAY FORM NEW VOLCANO
Gov. Bed Will Reappoint
Officials Who Made Good
in Big Positions.
Smith Is strongly Inclined to put
back Into Important places men who
made good records while holding them
during 131'.) and 13:o,
Jrcnuso ho adhorcs to this belief,
tho Governor. elect wants Gcotgo It.
Van Xninc". formerly of Watcrtown,
but now of New Yoik City, to be
come Scci clary to tho Governor. Van
Nainro In In no sinso a candidate, and
If ho takes the appointment It will
bo bcrnusn ho feels ho can bo of
assistance to his chief.
Van Name, who was llftod by
Smith from tho secretaryship to a
placo on tho Public Hen Ice Commis
sion, might find his second occupancy
of the secretarial post short lived. It
Is jjeniTally believed that onco Bmllh
reorganizes tho Public Scrvlco body
md gels lid of the Mlllor appointees
ho may put Van N'amee back on the
Cel. Frederick Stuart Greene of
Long Island can get back his old Job
as head of tho Stato Highways Com
Von't pair "in
pr(c or onct
Z patented paefc-jlyat'-
'Mr m (11 nirtighi
S lealeit cam.
make it your own way
iNewYork FOOD PRODUCTS Chicago
IF YOU ARE NOT SATIS-
f FIEt) THAT THE CONTENTS
OF THIS PACKAGE IS OF THE
l HIGHEST POSSIBLE QUAL-J
. ITY.YOUR DEALER Wilt i
REFUND THE PUR-J
Ilestdents of Italian City Flea In
Terror Earth (tumble.
POTENZA, Italy. Dec. 7 (United
Irew). Inhabitants of San Felei fled
in terror to-day following tho appear-
anco of great smoking fissures In the
blopes of Mount Terrctto.
Denao clouds of smoke shot from the
cracks as It projected by hlrh preMuie
Tho eruptions were accompanlnd by
loud rumbltncs, sddinc to the frlnht of
tho hundreds of persons vrho took re-
fu;o' In surroundlnc cities tmd moun
Bdentlsts will visit the seen Immc
dlately to ascertain whether tho dti
turbanee Is a ffeoloiclcal phenomenon.
or marks tn birtn or a new volcano.
nnr,CT FROM WIIOLEHAI.KH
V i lb. Lot.. F
lb s Jtyih
C'Bkh uml t'arrr I TT)fllrr lrrlrr
hld Is lurffla and rrlABrmnla. Al
rrrrm 10 lamiura cllrrcl at lb wliolt.
kale pnee. Nat on ! l retail ttrca.
UI'K.H nATUKUAY Til B.30 I. M.
GILLIES COFFEE CO.
IJJ Waatunttoa Ht at rsrkn., H. Y. C.
t-ons oiuTiaj vsii. rM. ai lrara.
Makes It Taste
The red ripe tomatoes
preserved in rich spices
give the tang and flavor
that please the palate.
A tasty delicacy that
gives zest to the enjoy
. ment of every meal.
It Is Great
Millions of Bottles Sold Annually
in Grocery and Delicatessen Stores
mission. Grecno, who quit bis engi
neer! nc enterprises a year ago to de-
voto himself to writing on technical
subjects, Is not keen to resume ths
duties of Hlchways Commissioner.
Edward J. Walsh of Brooklyn,
Btate Superintendent of Public. Works
durlnr Smith's former term, Is In the
samo position Col, Grcono Is, Tho
Governor Is Inclined to tender tho
placo to Walsh again and many of tho
Govornor's friends aro urging him
to do so. Dut slnco ho retired from
tho Btate eorvico Walsh has promoted
a navigating company which now
operates moro boats on tho Dargo
Canal than any half a dozen compet
ing firms. To rcsumo Jils old dutlos
Walsh would tuako financial sacri
Urljr Gen. Charles W. Oerry of
Brooklyn, old time personal friend of
the Governor-elect. Is on the Fmlth
slate for tho Adjutant Generalship.
It Is generally assumed that Mr.
Smith will reappoint Lowis F. Richer
of Brooklyn as State Architect.
Tho expected selection of Walsh.
Berry and Pllcher gives to the Brook
lyn Democratic organization, hroded
by John H. McCooey, three ft the
moat desirable plums at Smlth'fl dis
posal. Democratic leaders agree that
McCooey, becauso of tho big plurality
he piled up for Smith, Is entitled to
Vlth Smith's abolition of tho Now
Yorlt Transit Commission, Major Gen.
John V O'Hynn will go out of office.
O'ltjan la a member of Tammany
Ilall, although not active In politics.
Ho will not bo minus a job when the
Transit Commission expires, for ho
will resUms his command of tho Na
tional Guard at a salary of $10,000 a
No official announcement of ap
pointments will be made by Smith
until next week. No place has as yet
been officially tendered to any ono by
tho Governor. Those formalities will
Ikj staged between now and Monday.
LINCOLN'S FRIESD AND JfEIOTIBOn
BELUNGHAM. Wash., Dec. 7. J.
a. Stewart, a nelehbor and friend of
Abraham Lincoln In Springfield, 111., In
the oOr, died at his homo In Hamilton.
Ho wan clftlily-eleM years old. He was
Lincoln's photographer at Springfield
nnd served ns a photographer with the
Union Army during tho Civil War.
Red and Ripe New Crop
Solid Pack No. 2 Can -
mm jflHrHafe aHaHak Vss.
AVAV fm JbR sssl DbbbbbW
f 0 JHkIh
Fancy,Yonng and Tender
No. 2 Can Reduced - - -
Roasted, per lb.
or Seedless, pkg.
Finest White Cookers,
Five Pounds for - - -
Sa?e money-buy youriocfcf ie atony oneofotu1
6 to Conveniently located i?ca AmAditot
rim in srim
From the Bakeshop
Our Own Rich Fruit CJako
This Fruit Cake has been well seasoned on made of pure ingre
dients, such as French gUccd fruits, imported currants, selected
almonds, walnuts, citron, raisins, lentfn and orange peel.
Scrupulous care and scientific skill are used in muung
these materials and in baking the cake. The cake will keep for
months and improve with age. If steamed for 30 minutes and
served with a sauce it makes a rich plum pudding. Each dake
is wrapped in silver foil. Packed in f, 2, 3 and 5 lb., decorated
tins. Very attractive as a gift. 5 lb. tin, $4.24; 3 lb. tin, $2.59;
2 lb. tin. $1.74: I lb. tin. 89c
HOME-MADE STYLE POUND CAKE-rV duality Ss uarhrsud In any
specialty store. Made of.fino ingredients, pound for pound, and
baked to perfection. Plain or robin, 64c lb.; cherry, citron and
raiiin nut. At 74d lb.
GLACE CHERRY or RAISIN NUT LOAF ClifE5-Mde of nuro fine
ingredients, each cake weighing about l4 poundi. A quality that
retails in specialty stores at $1.23 each. Oar price. 59c each
COFFEE RINOS Made or pure ingredient, each weighing 1 to 15
ounces; a quality that generally retails in specialty stores at 90c; our
price, this sale. 18(5 each
OUR OWN OLD-FASHIONED CRULF.R8 (doien). 24c. Lsrge.Jfiht.
thoroughly cooked nothing to compare with them at the price in any
Sale of MOLASSES FRUIT CAKE
This rich, delicious and wholesome
cake is made on the premises accord
ing to a good old-fashioned recipe of
carefully selected fruits, molasses
and ether pure ingredients.
CALIFORNIA CHEDDAR CHEESE-The faf6us Cheddar Cheeie.
Juit receivedf a fresh shipment tnado by the University of California
at its Dairy School on Univcraity Farm, and a full crtam cheese of the
highest quality. We can recommend thN cheese to those who appre
ciate a rich, well-matured and excellently flavored dairy product. In
loaves of about 3 pounds; each at $1.59
CELERY POTATO SALAD
French style; an appetlsirig
combination salad; made of po
tatoes, ctIsp celery and our own
make of mayonnaise. 29c lb.
F.OSTON SJ YLE BAKED II AM
Specially selected, prime sugar
cured ham; tender, baked to a
turn and sliced thin. 84c lb.
CORNED BEEF Well cooked
bottom round, cut from fine
beef. 69c lb.
FRANKFURTERS Fine quality:
small or large site 29c lb.
&t LA Ml SA USA GE8 Fancy
sausage well spiced and sea
soned. 29c lb.
New York State Fancy Full Milk
Delicatessen and Bakery
NEW SEASON'S FANCY GOOSE
BREAST. $1.49 each
GOOSE LEGS. J9c each
SMOKED BLOATERS Vaucy.
delicious for breakfast. IJCeach
HOLLAND HERRING Viae
quality, imported; large sise,
dozen. 29c each, 3c
SPECIAL SALE IMPORTED
ROO UEFORT CHEESE Vtitae
quality, fibe (fade. 69c lb.
FANCY CREAM COTTAGE
CHEESE Wide in the Walcolt
daifiea. New York. ISc lb.
OUR OWN PEANUT BUTTER
Made of Virginia peanuts;
nourishing and palatable) In
sanitary grease-proof paper
cups. 23c lb.
Cheese A sharp cheese of excel
Products Not Detivercd
fifl$ra Ilftb Ut. 3J(h Slrttt.
in the production of
Borden's Grade A' Milk.
Years of pioneer work,
(and years of supervision
brind to vou this aualitv
7 v t - .
Farm Products Cojfic. A
Ihe most celebrated
gardens of India and
Ceylon give their
best teas to Tetley's
Orange Pekoe. It is
the perfect blend.
Makes good TEA a certainty
It Mikts Llttla CUUrcnc. Wnst Yeu Nn X WORLD "P'apt" 44. yU CQ 0&4 ITUs It
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