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OIL NOTES LOST
3,280,000 OF SINCLAIR
VOL. LXI. NO. 21,771
UTH GETS HIS 24TH HOME RUN;
YELLOW HAND WINS HANDICAP
Racing Results, Charts Baseball
ti,;i., n n n n
iiiiu t v vy vx
Pi'Hcriinv.ri, n n n n
ItUI JU l oal - '
if. Batteries-Meadows and Hruggy;
Batteries Maya and Seining; M
Wash'ton. 0 1 1 O
Philn 9 O 1 O
Hatterics: Aeosta and Uliurrlty;
Wash'ton. 10102000 0
Phila..... 00000001 1
Battcrlc-goUrtncy and Plclnlch; Hasty and Perkins.
YELLOW HAND WINS HANOVER I
HANDICAP WITHIN FIFTH OF
a wiikin nt timk ppnnsni
H ULUUMU Ul I linuil IILUUHU
Crnnahnm l-ntrv Pllim Mile 1111(1
a Sixteenth in 1.44 Sen
nings Park Second.
By Vincent Trcanor.
nipu TitAflC. Aaueduct. June 20.
w-Ycllow Hand was the winner of the
Hanover Handicap, the feature uf
this afternoon's card here at a mile
kind a sixteenth. Ho camo from be-
Jilnd ScnninKS l'ark in the stretcli
und in a hard drive thioiiBhoiit the
iin..t uivtr-ontli irot UK to win ROUlK
ttWay in PlCe liornu innmun.
The time, 1 44 flat. within one-
uin oi a bc-""
Veto, with hut ninety-seven pounds
. i. .-..ii.i iim.l- nil the wuv
II iiia uui-ni '
. .UI..I .. tUn Hninh. nlllV bO
-.!.. fl null nftnr snttlnir .1
st early pace with Sennlnga l'ark.
ryeto and ScnnlnKS Park were the good
Shines ot tnc race mm --
: ntr the lavoilt. Yellow Hind
'iiore o.' less neglected.
-ihc favorite, Dimmesdale, was left I
kt tho lost in the openintr event, audi
i ...in..,- a f
there was weeping and walling. Af.e,
that the raco was a mad .scramble, the
...... ..i 1.. In... .ml tin nnei
field running lhj.h.i mit... v,..
phot Lord Hrlshtou out or tne uiincii
M only he can d" it, and he got to tho
Judges a head in front of Curfew, the
pne responsible for Dlmmesdale's be
ing left. Curfew was as good as 50 to
I to win and 20 to 1 for the plate.
Denlc W, was the third ono to cntch
lUc Judges' eyes In tho blanket finish
Up mo stretch It Vim anybody's race
tjfter Hobcy linker and Curfow hnd
bet tho pace to the homo turn.
Tattle w'th weight off proved the
uinnnr nf the lump, after leading
-practically all the way. Ho was un
dor a confident ride over the last
Jump. War Victor was tie conn un
iler a yJEr0UH
ride of tho Park
pollccmni variety, and Fair .Mac, was
Copt right, utsl, by The 1'rw.s I'litilUtil.iic
Co. (The New Vork World).
Yellowhorso and Schmidt.
1 O 1
O 0 3
.vers and Hucl.
O 0 O
O 1 3
Moore and l'crklns.
third. The latter made several bids
throughout, but he wasn't good
Dick Deadeje finally came to life
In the two-year-old event, third on
the card. Ho outlasted Lady Delhi
in a furious drive along the rail In
the tlnal sixteenth. Margaret White
in the forward (light all tho way was
a closrup third. There were several
good things in this race, among thein
Wylie, C'azadora and Manna. None
of them was ever prominent In the
Anther Hill Daly's colors, red with
green cap, were home In front for the
first time In many a day In the fifth
when Kddic Kuinmer on Hockport
caught Sande, on the odds on choice,
napping in the last fifty yo,rds. llock
port, after leading most of the way,
seemed beaten In the last sixteenth
when Sande on the favorite, Dorcas,
went past him. Young Kummer,
however, wnsn't through, tic Mole up
on the Insldo of Sande with the Daly
horse, and passing the judges was a
neck to the good. Salute war, third.
Hockport was a popular winner. He
was backed from 30 to I down to 1,1
RUTH'S HOME RUN "
-.iwpo npttp. VAMIfirCC
t - a a a a rxixljLjU
I VXC R VirTHRY
A 1UO V1L1UKI
HOSTOX, Juno 20 Habe Hulh hit
his twenty-fourth home run of tho
season here to-day in tho tenth in
ning of the game between the Hod
lto and Yankees. There was no onu
on bate at the time the llabo mado
the circuit clout. The hit won tho
game for the Yanks by u 7 to score.
The Yanks and Boston started scor
ing early in tho game. In tho first
inning the New York team sent four
inns over the pan but the Hoston
team came right back with three.
New York nililei.l nne more !n the
sixth and unother in tho eighth.
Tho Hoston batters staged a late
rally In their halt of the ninth. Carl
worked in the pitcher's box for New
York and lasted tho game, lie was
opposod by Myers.
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AQUEDUCT, JUNE 20. WEATHER CLEAR. TRACK FAST.
990 ''tV"'?.'.'?' inl "I"?.1: conditions: ad furlonn- pur $1,000.
ClCu' innih- !- i,imi.L.-,li'1 s,?5.. "Vr' Won ilrltliwi plate miim. Vim,, 1 ;H-..
liniMh y Hsllot Miss Critttndcn. 0ner, Ilancwaa Stable. '1-ratnor. S. C
1 I1. Wirt .
I HO) lnl Jlrwhlon
- mriew s
10,-t llenle W
110 llf.H.y Hiker 1
1 .17 Merchant Marine 4
H1 St. Michael .... :i
(l'jri) Major I'arko. ..
l-oni iirih:on had to he much ti r on-t; u
I'umpwl at rlirhth pole. lut rame vn ami cot up In
well. Ofnle '. ran n goml rare. Ulnmcatlale ua
SKIOM KALb Meepl(Thar; pllmi:.
purse tUVfX. At P 2.11. Oft at
Time. 4.IJ.I-.1 Winner, ai. i. by
rraiuer, J. Owx-iut.
Ifidex. Starters. IM'.Wltt.M. H
142 4 4
130 7 ..'
131 .1 2
21 V4 ''
2I2 I-air Mae 7
218 War Victor 2
IHM WWt Pool .1
188 Oiermatdl I
IMiomfti . ,1
212 mj Trail !
-nm.uer SUrh. . . 0
134 (I li
144 1 (! 0i ' !
13a 2 7 7 7 7
1.11 S I-wt Iti.l.T
Tattle went to the front in lart hclf-mile.
U-trd to aare the place. War Victor toted rtry
Tlllltl) lt.:f- Tor tuo-war-oVlc wllmit; fire furlona! jwMe flJKjO. At port 3 ON.
c Jit at 3.10. Start good. Won drlill.tr; place itmr. Time, 1.01 8-5. Winner, cn. c. bj
Dick Wcllw Fliirlit KUa. O-vi.er and trainer M. lllmch.
SJarl.m. l'.lHt, St.
20.1 llrk Umdeje. .. 4 102 fi
(1(11) Udy I Mill .l H! M
1 1N) Margaret White.. 1" .1
201 )Viitlfill .11 H 11
ItlT Wtlle 2 110 0
201 'MaHle MllTly. 3 ! 3
20.1 Mannn ll 112 7
Timbrel 12 1 07 4
1-al Fiirmn 7 102 2
72 Radical 10 113 1
III iir-U .1 1014 12
222 (nudara 0 112 10
gulncy Stable entry. lick Dcadeye ilo-eil fat throiutll 1a lxlnth an.1 won oln away.
Udy Delhi waa atoppln at tlie end. Mir;arct White tan her race. Hnuntltul cloaed fant.
rnlMlTll It CK The llanorer IInrnl.(ap:
9Q9 "lit'cn h nilliM- aM aja ". At li
LOL plan ikme. Tim ? M4. Winner. V
Monehain Trainer, A
Index 2'"-!!'-: IM'.Wntst. 1
l202rYelloi Hand ..2 112 1 4
l.Mi Sensing l'ark.. .1 114 4
l.W Veto 4 Hi .1
.1 .1 4
202 Dr CUrk 3
110 2 P4 21 2
IW 3 214 34
Yrllow Hand caujrht Senuiniu Pare n laat fuilonj and outsamed him in the drtre to the finnli.
Litter uh mucin the best of the othein. Veto had no early rPeed. Dr. Clark unit.
llTII IfxOB Por louT-tear-olda anu upard: claimlnt: , one and onelxteenth rnilntj
OOO i iilai (t nost 4 ill 01fat4 0.1. Maraml. won drliln: plar eame. Tune,
L65 1.4S I-5.' winiwrrclTh 'y Tup 1-o-k-HctalncU 2d. Owner and tracer. W Q. Daly
, . 3 lf 2 1"
.2 111 .1
. .1 10.1 1 4
. . 1 11.1 4 21
. . 4 112 .1 r.
101 Itoikirt ...
10.1' la Kr
liorkrxirt made the pace to the heed of the itretcn. men ukwiii tn. wi onus n ...
la- elxteentih, lipp.d throuili on the rail and ju.,1 ot up. Dorcaa waa b-aten through Sande a cart-le-i
nde in hurt .ixteenth. Salute ha.1 no ex-ie, . . .
.. . .......ii-.
lfl at 4.30
Mart cood Won 'drirlin;
Inlex. s: after.
17 Uilly ."
- Maaliiff . .
21i1 Knot irt.
210 Mlent Kinj
21(1' "Itelav . .
..111 11.1 J
. . 10 1 X
1 "5 ':!
:;ii us io
.. 2 11.1 1
I kr T. S. l)jmey 4
174 rirmlrty "
All DieT . . . .1
Sim llelsh . . .11
114 Mm d SMmm 12
.v -;l.l,l. .ntn. I,alll fjoail last next
Sloiienconard'uad plenty of .perd Maoduft ran
1'IItST ItACi: Six fin longs --Di.
('arnu'n, ' and e-'.ao, first; lircen
(irass, $3.70, cucoiid . Lancelot, third.
Time, 1.14 3-5. All ran.
.SHOO-VD HACMJ Kive furlong.
Snntn Clara. $3.6U und J2.90, first: Phan
tom Illue. $32.80. a.-toml ; Hill and Coo,
third. Time, 1.02 3-.1. Non-starters,
jrodna, AUcrlda. Hvcnlns Stories, Star
eliit. t.u't Hru.li and llrlght 1-af.
Til HID HACK One nnd one sN
tienth miles. I'uttlnrch. Hi. .10 and
1. first: Miss Fontaine, $2.00, second ;
ihlr.l Time. LIS 4-.1. All lan.
KOl'HTH HACK Six f'irlongs. Choo
Clioo, $3.20 end I2J.10, first: Folia v,
TiO, second; Halance Wioel, thlul
Time. 1 13. Xon atarlors, Uiitheratloa,
Huddle Kean and D.irjeellne.
PIltST FtACl-Klvo furlongs.-My Ito
sie, $3 G.I and J2.S3. first; Dare. J8.C0,
second: Miss Kraiilond, third. Time.
1.02 2-.1. AH run.
SUCOND ItACH About two inllfs.
MiU'co, $4.20 and $3.1.1, tlrft ; James A
Sheridan. $.130, second . Phil T.. third.
Time 3..11 2-3 Ml run.
THIHD HACK--Ono mile and a six
teenth. Aunt Lln. J20.r.,1 arid J8.70, first:
Heath Hell. $3.!l". serond: Crown of
CJold. third. Time, 1.18 4-3. All mil
FOURTH RACK Six ' trloiigs. Tar
nfcon. $3.30 and $3.13, first; YVInrlies
te r. $3.t13. second : Efficient, third. Time
l.lf., Non starters, Mary Head, Progres
si.r and Hatraclc
(Raclno Ests on Page 2.)
NEW YORK, MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1921.
Sir. Kin, .Kvlw) a.
OB. 111. CI. I'l. 31.
! Sande ..
J'H .neller .
a MeAtra ,
4 4 Itldenour
. . CO
. . H
. . 11)
i i awir
ofl trrj poorli; niorr.1 up 1n the strrtch, mu
last atrlde Curfew nhowed epewl and held on
practically left at p t.
fnr fmir-lear.ol.ta anil npuanl: alcrit two mll:
242. Start food. Won ridden out; place dnnnt.
The Manager Oowip. Oimer Ureentree Stable,
Mr. lln, J.-keia. ti. Ill, fl. I'l. ,t3.
X Ibman ..
3' Jonel . . . .
4 William ,
(! 1-re.CT ...
.1 .1 5-2
2 2 (IS
1.1 20 1,1
S !W 2
30 30 .10
12 1.1 1.1
BO 00 00
Wllken-mn .. 1.1 2Q 20
but waa doing Ilia brat at the end.
fart. Wisest roI hd on excuae.
Fair Mac Ju.
TH'.' til. l-i. S3,
Mr. Kin. JiickTva.
34 14 MoAtr .,
21 24 Comb-til
P .11 Callahan
04 4' Znelb .,
.11 ' 4 llnxtnn ..
HI 114 Miriry .
7 71 Knjwr . . ,
!I4 S4 I'ator ..
44 ' Ia.o ...
10" 10 Itolrinron
1 1 a 11 Turner .,
12 12 Mrtralf .
for three-year-oldi ami upwanl; one anil one.
;i35. tf at 3 .ftl SUrt aood. Won drlrln.:
. by Itoendalc-Vcllow . Owner. C. A.
t.i. Ill, CI. I'l.
Sando . .
. .8 .1
. . 3
. . 3
Kuninuir. . . 20
llatitn . 0-2
WiilKT ... IB
Martin . . 4
I,l..n4. rv furlniiu
puree $1,000 At nH 4.34.
'. 1 01 3,1. Winner, ti r. by
plaie wine. 'lime ,1 01 3,1.
Irainer, r"reil Taral.
Mr, tin. Juiknia,
O, hummc 3
Hoffman . . Bo
Kcoirh .... s
Amliuie . . .10
iir , .1
Martin ... 10
I'ator . . . 20
McAUu . . 10
MiMiney ... 20
Colhna . 30
Iwn . . .80
rande ... .1
llanrlltm . 30
1 4 8"
24 4 1
IO 0 5-2 T-fi
30 30 .1" ll
10 .1 7-.1 7 H
30 .10 12 0
7-2 7 2 S.I 4,1
20 80 X 4
.V) BO 80 10
30 30 12 (
18 10 4 2
40 40 IB H
Picnic ran good race. AVnunti well up
a gooil race
BANDITS HOLD UP
I EXPRESS DRIVER
Seize $17,523 'Payroll of National
Lead Company and Get
Away with It.
(JHANITK CITY. 111.. June 20.
Five aimed motor bandiLs held up
John .Metro, driver for the American
Hallway Kxpress Company, to-day,
seized a payroll containing 17,fi23
belonging to the Natlonul Lead Com
pany and escaped.
MINERS QUIT WORK)
WIl3LS-U.RRi:. I'u., June 20..
Nfcarly ten thousand anthracite mine
workers employed by the Pennsylvania
Coal Company went on strike to-day,
claiming the company 's not paying
wages In accordance with tho rgntment
signed last year.
Company officials: Ueclar tho striliu Is
Illegal and will tight it to -'ii enJ.
Selection f Itrfrree- Atmln I'oM-
.1 HUSKY CITY. Juno 20 The New
Jersey State Athletic Commission wid
meet here, to-morrow or Wednesday to
namo tho rnferee for the Dempsy
Carpontlcr fight. It was wild to-day at
tim offlcn of 11. dl. IVihtrtv (Imlrmnii
of tho commission. Doherty was In,
i 1 .i ?. Ti nr. '' o l h r I 1 1 i I n
Atlantic City on "other business
H0FFNER LEADING AMERICANS
IN OPEN GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
SOLDIER BONUS BILL LEGAL, '$3,280,000 IN OIL NOTES
APPELLATE DIVISION SAYS
BANK MUST PAY $25,000
In Record Decision Court Is Unani
mous Case Will Be Taken to the
Court of Appeals Which May Act
on the Appeal Quickly.
ALBANY, June 20. The constitutionality of tuo Stuto Soldlor Bonus
Act was upheld to-day by the" Appellate Division of tho Supremo Court,
Third Judicial Department. After liearlnK arguments, tho court unani
mously entered judgment for tho State for 125,000 against the West
chester National of Peeksklll to compel it to pay for $25,000 of soldier
bonus bonds for which it was a bidder. There will be an appeal tt thu
Court of Appeals.
This is believed to bo a recoid in
AT IYER HEARING,
AND ALL IS SERENE
Commissioner Answers All
Questions Without Evasion
Promises Further Aid.
Police Commissioner Richard H. Kn-
light appeared before a sub-commlt-
tee In tho Potter Hullding. No. 3S
tee, In the Potter Building, No. 38
Park Row, this afternoon and a pleas-
ant time was had by all. The Com
missioner was questioned by Ixjonard
M. Wallstein of counsel to tho com
mittee for half an hour. At the con
clusion of the session Senator Schuy
ler M. Meyer, Chairman, said:
"Commissioner Knrlght answered all
questions put to him without evasion.
Ho promised to produce certain
records or make them availablo for
the Inspection of tho committee be
fore 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. It
appears that there was some misun
derstanding ut Police Headquarters as
to Just what the committee required."
Present at the examination of the
Police. Commissioner were Senator
Meyer, Senator Frederick W. Kava
naugh of Saratoga and Senator IJoug
las Robinson of Herkimer, Republi
cans, and Senator Rernnrd Downing
and Assemblyman Muurice Itlocli of
.Manhattan and Assemblyman Peter
A. MoArdlc of Hiooklyn, Democrats.
Polico Commissioner Knrlght ap
pealed at the committer headquarters
at 2 30 o'clock. He had in wait half
'an hour foi the sulj-cnmmiltee to get
r-l. I f I'nrme-r Whllr Sua I'lllwr.
. for .M.....U.
CHICAGO, June 20 -Cli.-.f Justice
Charles A. McDonald to-duy aun-d
the trial of eighteen former Imoi.iII
players und gamblers, charged with con-
splracy to "throw" tho 1.U9 Vorld'r
Series, to Judge Hugo Friend. ho -
nounced he would set the , ase lot next
Monday Benjamin 1'iaiikllti of St.
Louis, who, wiin t-iiti .orK. a .m Louis
manufacturer, In accused li tlio Statu
fir mnriH i I i: iiik bi.iii.iii(.-. iiiuy ul! irivt'n '
a oeparutR trial, as lie in coiillned to Ills
bed by Illness
tiik tvniti.i) thavli. m; ii I. i:
arcade, Pulllirr (World) OuUduii. U.63 rata I
to-M v v ret Tinhrtn. H..hn.n innn. I
l 5 iOm fit baif.i. and parcal. open dif an4
R(.ht, Montr ordcri aod irai.ll.r,' ckecu far
T'M0RR0WS WEATHER FA'R j !
"Circulation Books Open to All." ,
Lntrrrtl h Sctond-riu1 MHi"
IW OMIcr. New Yrk N. V,
court action on tho constitutionality
of legislation. The court convened
In special term ut 10 o'clock this
morning, took the case under advise
ment at noon, and the decision was
announced shortly before 1.30 o'clock
The action resulted from thu le
fusal of tho Westchester Count
National Hank of Peeksklll to accept
$25,000 worth of the soldier bonus
bonds on which It bid, following the
comptroller's award. The It a n It
claimed the constitutionality of the
legislation was in doubt
Attorney General Newton contended
inai too Htaio uas always nan in- I
herent power to grant a pension or !
gratuity to resident veterans of tho i
wars; that amendments to tho .State
Constitution do not limit this power
of tho State and that the soldiers' !
lonu.s will bo expended for a public
purpose "founded upon good morals, I
equity und justice und as such Is valid
under the Constitutions of tho Stale
and tho United States."
No opinion was handed down bv tho
courl, Thl. cnH0 wlu tww ,)(J currle(,
! to tho Court of Appeals, tho court of
1,11,1 nwort lu the btate. Chief Judge
Hlscock of tho Court of Appeals has
signified his willingness to call n
special term of the court to take tin
tho question. It N believed hero the
court will convene within a week.
Answering the argument that the
State constitution was amended In
1874 to prevent tho State from giving
pensions and bonuses, the Attorney
(ienotal cited a decision of the Court
of Appeals to show that tho amend
ment npplled only to the municipal
I hen of tho State.
Louis Marshall, uppearmg for the
hank argued that tho law is a viola.
lion of the taxing power ot the Stale,
in that tho bonus Is for u piivalo,
not public purpose. Ho also held that
the iKlicy of tho State since 1840 has
lieon not to contract any indebtedness
exceeding $1,000,000 except for war
puriKises. Ho also declared that tho
Slate Is not under obligations to pty
a bonus, as ll was the Federal C.ov
ernrnent which called the men Into
(iov. Nathan Miller, on .lime 11,
asked Hi., Aiiiiellalii Division, wlileh
is on Its vacation, lo convene, to-day
to expedite tin) question of constllu.
tionality of tho Soldier llon.is Act.
.l i ll,.. ,.,.. ..,.,. , !,.. ... I
wlUl f jllhtt.f. Hiscock 0f tho
(.ulrt r a,,,,,,., , lllivi! t. ,.,.'
cxp(.ult(.(, , cvent ,
,., ,, . , ,
' "w rt","u-
The Legislature of I'JJO passed a
icsolut ion lo bo submitted to tho
voters of the State calling foi a bond
UMW 0 jc.OOO.OO'J for the payment
, t ,? , ,i, ,,,, vlcrar.3 frs.Ti
New York Stfttc, and tho bond Issue
was carried by a largo majority at
tlio election of last November.
Tho Legislature of this year made
$10,000,000 ot the bonus available lm-
(Continued on Second Page,) I
IS SENT OUT TO BANKERS
Property of Sinclair Consolidated
Corporation Numbers Are
Made Public Notes Negotiable,
Bear .Seven and a Half Per Cent.
Rankers and brokers and all other tlcalors in securities were lo-day
notified by a national detective agency to keep on the watch for I3.2S0.00O
worth of Sinclair Consolidated Oil notes which arc reported as "lost."
Of Hi's amount, $2,000 Is In the form of 1500 notes, the rest In .the form '
of fl.uOO nutes
The notch arc not registered and are negotiable. They all bear 7 1-2
per cent, ti'terest. The securities are numborcd as follows:
For 11,000 each Nos. 250 to 303. In
BRITISH OPEN GOLF
ON AI ST. ANDREWS
I Hotl'lier of Philadelphia EqiialS
Amateur Record for
ST. ANDREWS. Scotland, June
20. Charles Hoffnerofthe Phila
delphia Country Club led all Am
ericans in the first qualifying
round of the British open tjolf
ST. AN'DRKWS, Scotland. June 20
Klghteun American nniateur nnd
professional golf plaers, Including
Chick Kvans, the amateur champion,
competed In tho Hritlsh open golf
championship, which opened on thu
links of the Ancient (Solf Club hero
to-day. There are nearly 150 players
ilrom all hcctlons of the world taking
part in the qualifying round. The first
eighty will be eligible for the chum
plonshlp proper, which will bo held
on Thursday nnd Friday.
There was doubt up to the last
moment whether Kvans would take
part, owing lo tho condli'on of his
wrist. When his turn came, i wr,
he started lo play and went miuud
the old course Inn 83
Churlc.i Holfner of the Philadelphia
Country Club completed the llrst 18
holes In 73. and bis score was much
tho best of the earl returns. The
professional record for the old course,
over which ho plated, Is 71. and the
umnleiir trcord Is 73.
William Mclhorn of tho Shrcvoport
Country Club did the old cours in
S3. James lira Id of Walton Heath,
former open champion, mado It In
I Kf,-J -Mel.eod of Washington,
went ovur tho old course In 81;
Herd, former Hrltisli open
! champion, went over the course It. 7
Mailer liageil OI uoiroll went
urounil the old coumo In 80. Rober I T.
Hobby) JonM of Atlanta. Ca in TC.
Jock Hutchison of Chicago in 77. and
Harrv Vardon. thl Hngllsh star. Ill 75.
Am'ong the best early scores over
Fden course were thone of A H
I , I',,t " L,.' ' ' , l'fi w,, Vn-ei
,a'l0.V ,,,,- '
I ur , ' , T Ym !
Wilfred Rent ot Dulawnre. I' S. A.,
made the round In S3 Jim ll.irnes of
the Pelham Country Club, New York,
covered tho course In 78, and John
Hurgess of Ashevlllo wont around In
83. Dr. Paul Hunter of Los Angeles
turned In card of 80; Qeorgu
(Continued on Second Page.)
PRICE THREE CENTS
clusive; 113 to 459, Inclusive; 477 to
483 Inclusive; 3,270. 4.132 to 4,138. In
jclURlvc: 1,631 to l.Otfu inclusive; 5.0GS
lo 5,077, Inclusive; 4,080 to 5,081, 111
I cluslvo; 8,511 to 8,515 inclusive; 9,250 to
j 9,232, inclusive; 10,397, 14,772 to 11,781.
16.251 to'lG.253, Inclusive; 19.002 to
19,005, Inclusive; 19,009 to 19,013, In
clusive; 19,917 to 19,919, Inclusive:
19,039 to 19,056, Inclusive; 25,313,
26,096, 27,142 to 27.145, Inclusive; 28,
116, 28.876 to 28,880, Incluslvo; 30.051
to 30,062. Inclusive; 30,217 to 30,219.
incluslvo: 30,246 to 30,247, inclusive. -
30,249 to 30,231, Inclusive; 32.739, 32.
955, 3I.86S to 34,869, Inclusive; 34,883
to 34,887, Inclusive; 35,050 to 35,091, In
clusive; 36,536. 36,973, 37,767 to 37,773.
! Inclusive; 31,381, 39,031. 40.471, 40,676.
10,883 to 40,881, Inclusive; 42.284 to 18,
286. Inclusive; 13,893, 46.171, 2,136 tu
For $500 each Nos. 3.G77 lo 3,680,
At the offices of the detective
agency handling the casni tho name of
the client was withheld and tho detec
tives evaded th question as to
whether the notes were stolen with
the statement that "ve nre conducting
an Investigation Into the disappear
ance of u number of stocks reported
DE VALERA RENAMED
AS PRESIDENT OF
O'Cc-jllaifih Elected Speaker of
Legislative Body of Sinn
Kamonn le Valera has been ra-,
elected Piehident of tho "lrlshy
Republic" It was announced to.
day by his Secretary, Harry Ro
land. Mr. Roland also stated that
Sean (James) O'Ceallalgh, for
mer Irish "Knvov" to Paris, had
been elected speaker of D.ill ElieV
aim. legislative body of tho Sinn
IV in Ciovernment.
O'Ceallalgh Is President of tho
(iaellc League, und belongs to the
moderate wing of Sinn Fein.
LIVELY REPORTED TRAPPED.
PHILAnULPHIA. June 20 -- "W
have IajiiIs LIvcl) surrounded In Cnp.)
May City, and his capture It only a mat
ter of hours," declared a message rei
celvi'd by tho Philadelphia police to-day
from thu State authorities.
Lively, i negro, wantea In connection
v Itli the brutal murder of fccn-eai-mil
Matilda Itusso, of Mourc-Unwn, whs
discovered In the ooils near the noma
of his fathcr-ln-law and, according to
nord received here, was i-liasvd out of
'the undergrowth this morning.
The negro was seen to board a freight
train for Cape May City. Ho Is hiding
sorr.cT.-hcro tn Xtx nc;ra quarter of that
town, police savi They are now making
n. house-to-houjn search ot the nesn
t . &