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IK Christmas Trees Give City Holiday Air
K$- .4s jfAe Evergreens and Holly Come In
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8,. 1922. .
THE EVENING- WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER
Tfeo first Cbg-tetsuu trees of tho season, 40 care
tsstds of t&ea, haro arrived In this city. All
Around Washington Markot and In tho nursery dis
trict between Broadway and tho part ot Barclay and
"Vesey Streets they waited tho sldowalks with green
and flllod the air with tho tang ot the north woods.
f mOY CHRISTIANS"
t SUPPLY OF WINE
FOR "COMMUNION"
r Claims Future Meotlnsn
Will Be Am Wei" Am Member
Dealrc.
ROCHESTER, N. T.f Dee. J. Tho
mt7 Christians" will meet again
ftMfl evening, and this tlmo wine
TrlS be serred, Stanley Copelond, or-
anlser and high priest, of tho new
gait, announces. Ho - said tha a
Bmltrrl supply of wlno was In his
poosassloa and that It was obtained
stsjcUly under the law which allows Its
M for sacramental purposes.
' The new cult has received official
5 auction as a religious organization,
ts declared, making It impossible for
1 ysllee to Interfere with the serving of
wtae as a communion rite. Tho aor
Ttoe this evening; will bo held at tho
? Mtl Shoe Workers' Hall, North
Yttshagb Street, beginning at 8
look. It will open with an address
r kr tfe "pastor," Mr. Copeland, and
"f aftarward the ceremony ot receiving
ska "first communion," as the organ
iser calls iU will be administered.
The cult had Its first service at tho
IXfeor Lyceum last Sunday evening,
t which a score were received Into
Membership. Policemen wero present
VBder orders to see. that no wlno was
. served, and Mr. Copeland announced
hat no attempt would be made to
any out the communion rite until
a legal permit for possession ot the
- fcrrerac had been obtained. Ho now
claims 100 Rochcsterians an
1 Christians.
13 YEARS ADDED TO HUMAN LIFE
CUICAOO, Deo. 7. Twelve to four
teen years have been added to the aver
ace human life In the last half century
by the progress In medical science, John
M. Dodson. Dean of Bush Medical Col
lect, said to-day In an address before
the University of Chicago forum. In
fant mortality, ho said, had been cut In
half; tuberculosis largely robbed of Its
terrors and epidemics brought under
control, but 600,000 still die in the United
States annually from provcntablo diseases.
. TWO SCALDED IK IILAST.
Frederick Pye of No. 776 Springfield
Avenue, Irvlngton and Lawrence Cooke
of No. 282 Bank Street, Newark,
employees of tho Ralncbcck Umbrella
Company, wero probably fatally scalded
yesterday when a steam tank exploded
as a result of a defective safety valve
and blew out tho rear and side walls
of tho concern s plant at No. 701 River
side Avenue, Lyndhurst, near Ruther
ford, N. J.
Joy
KAXUteAD WOT LIABLE FOR OHMS.
WJUnKOTOH. Dee. .-Railroad
an justified In refusing to pay damages
jf Jewelry lost or stolen from tha bag
gage of travellers, the Interstate Com
sssrni Commission held to-day, and
Mrs. T. Berkeley Jones of Klrkwood,
Ms lest a claim ot $M0 which she
satis against the Missouri Pacific. The
MSBtesien held that railroads had I
wills Moa refusing to accept respond
bflky for money. Jewelry and negotiable
yagers trnen enclosed in baggage, and
Meet this rule was reasonable.
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Make your .holiday
remembrance worth re
membering, by giving the
very best of its kind. ....
The finest leather, wool and
fabric handwe&r, lined or
unlmcd , for men , women
ad children and for
every occasion.
J
It's a Formes
that's all you
need to know
about a glove.
Jtanklin Simon a Co.
fAIStoe of Individual Shops .
FIFTH AVENUE,. 37th;and 38th-STS.
FEAR EXPATRIATION
IF ISLE OF TINES
IS GIVEN TO CUBA
Treaty Will Exclude 4,000
U. S. Citizens and Hit In
vestments, Is Protest.
Americans having Interests in tho
ISIo of Pines protostcd yesterday
against tho unexpected action of tho
Sensto Foreign Rotations Commlttco
In reporting, after eighteen years of
inaction, tho treaty which cedes the
Island, to Cuba. Ratification ot the
treaty, they pointed out, wilt ex
patriate more than M00 American
citizens who are residents of the
island and affect several mlflfons of
American money Invested theje.
New Tork representatives of agri
cultural Interests In the island could
not understand why the treaty had
suddenly been shunted out of com
mittee. Nor could they aocount for
Secretary of Btato Hughes's deter
mination to have It promptly ratified
In tho face of protests from every
American resident of tho Island.
Tlio Isle of Pines Is about two
thirds the slro of Rhodo Island.
When America took It over from
Spain, following tho Spanish-American
War, there wero fowor than 200
natives there. Upward of 10,000 Am
ericans flocked to tho Island, attracted
by the tcmpcrato cllmato and business
prospects.
To-day the Island Is under produc
tive cultivation. Its main exports aro
oranges, grapefruit and winter vege
tables. Orchards abound, and sev
eral thousand Amoricans have winter
homes thero. There ere large col
onies of winter residents from Mil
waukee and Columbus.
Pine Zstanders sky ths Island, lying
about sixty-two miles from Cuba,
offers a base for defenso of tho Pana
ma Canal In caso of war. Blguena,
Its biggest bay, will accommodato the
entlro American navy. The Island
has an American school system and
American banking institutions.
On numerous maps Issued by the
Fodoral Government tho Jele of Pines
Is recorded as American territory.
Con. Pershing, when Assistant Adju
tant General twenty years ago, pro
nounced It "a, part'of our torrltory"
In an ofllolal communication.
Tho Treaty of Paris, which ended
tho Spanish-American War, left the
ownership of the Islo of Pines to be
determined later. President Roose
velt, for sentimental reasons, Insisted
It go to Cuba. The second treaty ho
transmitted to the Senate to bring
this about was bitterly fought by tho
residents of the Island and pigeon
holed. The Isle of Pines Is governed by a
Mayor eloct6d ,by tho 1,000 and odd
natives. ,It Is accountable directly
to tho Province of Havana, Cuba,
whloh exercises only nominal control.
Featuring ,
NuJifo ACorsets
Third Floor
Visit (As Ntw
Beauty Salon
Tomorrow
SALE AT ALL THREE STORES m
West 34th Street Thru to 35th
NEWARK Broad cor. West Park BROOKLYN Fulton near Hoyt
Cheerful News for the Gift List!
Sale Satin Jacquettes
Of a Quality and Smart Styling Heretofore
Considered Excellent Value at $5.q8
Models
Shown r
$2-98
Extremely
Desirable
Models
Special
tPurchase
and Sale
The very latest and most desirable styles nice and long just received
and unpacked yesterday. Also included are Brocaded Velvets and
,0 fine Paisleys. Four of the numerous models illustrated. "
Tomorrow
Silk Umbrellas
v 500 v
?A $7.50 qift ; :
Women's Umbrellas Men's Umbrellas
7
of fine quality silk in black
or colors ; satin borders or
tape edges; some with
wood shanks. Bakelite
handles with leather straps
or rings.
of fine quality black silk
with tape ecjges; crook
handles, plain or sterling
silver trimmed; regulation
size, eight rib paragon
frames.
Umbrella Shop Main Foor
. 1
Striped Wool
Sport Skirts
Very Special
5
Straightline and plaited models
Prunella and soft Woolen mate
rials, in combinations of Brown
and Tan, Navy and Tan, Black
and White, etc.
Anticipating Holiday Needs
Sale of Hand Basrs
. Styles
Envelope. Bags
m Vanity Cases
Pouch Bags
Swagger Bags
$
5
Materials
Duvelyne
Pin Seal
Bcaocr CalJ
Ecrase
Offering the newest styles in fitted bags some
mounted with genuine Marcasitc, others with
pretty filigree metal frames lined with best qual
ity silks-wanted shades. Making delightful gifts,.
A Wonderful Sale of
Boys Overcoats
and Two Pants Suits
at
$Q.95
-
Big, warm woof 'Overcoats in most desirable
brown, gray, tan and 'green heather mixtures
with belt all around, muff pockets, storm
strap on sleeve and wide convertible storm
collars. Sizes from 3 to 18. Also chinchillas
in blue, gray and brown, from 3 to 10.
All-wool plaid mackinaws from 7 to 1 8
'And Norfolk suits in Tweeds and mixtures
with two pairs of knickers. Sizes 7 to 18.
Exceptional vValncs at $9.95
LONG PANTS SUITS FOR BOYS
All with two pairs of long pants
in a Great Sale at $23.50
BOYS' SflOES IN A SALE AT $5
MEN'S
KUPPENHEIMER
OVERCOATS -
$40, $50 to $90
Our 35th Year In Bobcm
Broadway, at 49th Street
279.Broadvay 47 Certlandt Street
the House of Kuppenkcimer Good Clothes
Sale Of
llrBS'Is&Sr'.sEwJsCsBJs.gfcs.Kw
SHOES for MEN
5
.00
Wonderful quality and value are .
offered in this great shoe sale.
Boots and. Oxfords
i
of grain brogue, in tan, black and
patent-colt. All built of solid leather.
Broadway at 49th Street
Charming Afternoon Dresses
Your Holiday requirements
have been anticipated in
these brilliant collections.
Que Group at
25
Interesting now types for afternoon, tai
lored and evening wenr. Of charming Can
ton Crepes, Crepe Sntins, Laco Combinn-.
tions, gayly colored Taffetas, Chiffon
Velvets and Toiret Twills in every pos
sible color and shade. In variety suffic
iently largo to suit every possiblo want for
daytimo.
Other Dresses $35, $45 & $75
Dress Salon Second Floor.
The growth of our business makes rt necessary for us to move to larger
quarters. We are making; it worth your while to help us move. We
have on hand about 800 sets of beautiful satin finish electric fixture.
We are placing them'on sale while they lart; GRAB THIS BARGAIN.
Ordtr taken for Hlnrfe Futures as Well ai tittn.
I'UIUIM $S.98 2.9S 1.25 .83 .95. 2.75 1.25 3 93
EIGHT ROOM l SET
ImmHiate ndltfry le
Aaj l'art o( the V. H.
Wired, ready to haof complete,
with all necCKary (lasswar.
ELECTRIC IRONS TABLE LAMPS BOUDOIR LAMPS
TOASTERS CURLING IRONS CHRISTMAS TREE SETS
LIONEL ELECTRIC TRAINS EVERYTHING SACRIFICED
REGARDLESS OF COST.
ECLIPSE ELECTRIC CO.
. , . t niocks from Times Sonar Snbway aad
613 9th Ave., Near 43d St-i,?,'..
OPEN EVENINGS HATL ORDERS FOXED.
Thousands of Positions
In World Help Wanted Ads.
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