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SIFT AIR CORPS
CHARGE, IS ORDER
General Scott Commands
Inquiry Into Army
ACCUSES COL. REBER
latter >ta> Have to Withdraw
from Washington I vldence
Batted un Correspondence.
-?? ? I I * ? Ml a.)
sb 10. .General
i-'cott, "-ocrefary 0? Wared terlSS. to?
day Ordered a thorough investigation
Into the charges made 1 y Bf Bt I B
lnsivi againat the army ?viation serv.ee
yestei\",.iy. A special board will in,,uiro
it Is probable ,. ? ?
| I ?on.
? rsol l?eber,
chief o? the aviation rervice, who is a
son-in-law of Geaetal Nelson A. Miles,
Bad laptain Arthur S. Cowon, com
mai Hag '-be aviation statloa ?
Diego, 141.. aie ths tWO
? re on
? mpt.ble Inefficiency*" are \.
her a'teir: '
eal the truo condition of the aviation
?? Improper instructions to
Japtain Cowan Phi letters show,
< -at Colonel
tain Cowan to arranpo
.via: -hm,-s, "not
hat i ' . . Hal, but m
that we may meet any
^'.ir machine-, nre not urn -
a to msec false reports I
hief of ? ' ?is. General
crlven, *.-'? ? n that there
on than *?-ri. ,. ??
olonel Reh, i Ma? Leave Washington.
? parentJy i
? vi: ? .:ii. and that m
.D, head of the Army Wei
Hv hud de
pite of I
?rculd make an inquiry into the
cet, he would ? -ts to
?btair. onoi investigation of
ntrodaeod rny resoluten in l?e
: to act. I ?
billed. Nee I think the kaenlrj ?ho?
~<,ie the ai m
.- ??? night w.
I 11. ? 1 ? 1 I
"1 I .
... .ei ?\ rut.-: ' l'ne HoUS, M
t:.r\ . ommittee, whieh M Hay,
r, ? ion bes?
i OO, and
i. ii in bluffing the Senate eo
. . .
? ,? prob g. en ?m n .
:.? ? did.'
?xcerpt of lelter (rom Rebel lo ? ??? ?h
" \ letter ?'rom * .|
Beber, dated Ja? iar; IB, 191
11 ?? purchase of a
?> rote ? aptain i
purchase this mote
r t ti
cycls we hav, heu ;<- of 1018. V
would keep tro
recommend I he ty
host luit, ai for our work
? .- ' ?
? run s portai' n Nor
I>!n' d und my qm.it. n ?" ? oronado.'
"L'poi . - ? i con
the army i* placed the duty of b
barraeka, and thoj have appropi
for that purpose. Nevertholeee, '
Keber, or. May 29, 1916,
? Cowan : 'There is oi
.i i w;Mi yo*.. weald be rarj ear
ful ?.bout aaO not let year q.inrte
ma?t??r refer, in any Way. to the
WO ha*.e erected on Nor'? I
a temporary bai v ? .
arri. da* . oi some?
temporary barracks, and th?
tt-rniaster's office fell down in a fl
They sa:d that the*, had no ten
barracks and that they knew i
r?bout temporary barracks, whli
? proper state of mini!, a? we eai
not toll any person officially tl
l.a\ e buill harrn ?
PLOT IS ALLEGEI
federal Board Orders Inquin
Into Terminal Railway.
Washlr.p-ton, Feh, 19. Al il ?
tien of the fli ancial l
tice? i ' the W? | i Ter
il Railway < ompany will be under
by the Interstate < oi
? Commli oi Hes be y ad s
quiry ? : ira. r am
. ? ? .
ry, transaetioi - and prael
leased properties and its pred
eorpora*:on? " The commission'-, aetloi
was the result of the introductioi I
resolution in the Home cal??
stt, of Baltimore, Oi
- ? * -..-c:i!!ed Fearr.
mitta-p of Philadelphia, appeared
! Commerce Com?
ngtoi January l?l to
? for an investigation of t t Wa
bash-Pi't?burj;h Tern .nal I
In review-In it the e.ri>ar.(-'.a*i-?n and
??r-ahip of the t
net? made the following allei
eeiver: that the property i? no??
j ink prices to form a new ??
?'? at the whole transaction amnunt
Ol ? l ''.'.lowinR Hay Samuel I
myei r the railway
?? tl ? tO 'he House
f falsa tl
g "al flnancinr "
Why Goodyear Tires
Cost ?Less in the End
ONE reason for Goodyear
leadership and for the
.growth ?if Goodyear ?????les
Buyer* have found ih.it th?* tire of lower
price is not ne cess trily (he tire of lowest
Service and mileage, with the least trouble
and expense, are the things that all men
seek in tires.
The tire buyers of America have learned
that true economy in tires, as in every?
thing els?, iii a matter of .service,not price;
and that Goodyear Tires do give better
service and do cost'less in the end.
gel from ( ,oo.ii)ear Serrkr Station Dealers h.\crtft>hrr*
Goodyear No-Hook Tlrei
aie ?ortihed aga;- ?'.
Rim-cutting?By our No
Blow-outi? By oui On?
I.ooie Treads - - B? our
Iniscuritjr- By our I.
pie Bialded Piano Win
Puocturet and Skidding?
Ht our Doub.e ! ?
Ail Weai ?? ' -r?
SUIT FOR APPAM
BEGUN BY OWNERS
Deputy U. S. Marshal
Seizes Prize Ship?Ger?
mans Enter Protest.
LIBEI ACTION MAY
CLEAR MANY POINTS
British Attorneys Are Expected
to Develop Intricate Questions \
of International I au.
\\.,.. | ?,-? i,-i. il Attorneys for ?
the British owners of the liner AppMii.
m Hampton Roadi us a prim of a j
German crew, have brought an ad
miralty proceeding under the prize
; laws to regain pcasession ot' the slip.
The State Department holds that un-I
der th?' Prussian-American tre:,?\ the |
bolongl to liermany a? a pi i.e..
4it leas* until a prie court passes on i
the legality of her capture. The Brit?
ish Embassy had contended ?he ship
Should be ic'urned to 1er owners un
der a provision of the HafttS .'onven
The libel suit is expected hf Btato
Department officials to reaull in a pure
.* will clem away man*/ ;
I perplexing features which hairs con-'
? "i m ?oaling with the case.
With Gerssaay asking laal ss a prise
; in. be allowed to remnm itidefi
,n American water.? under the
. Prussian ?reaty of 18L'H and Great Brit*
ain insisting thai the liner. l?e -restoredI
to her Otrners under the Iliajirue < onven- I
tion ol 10XYJ, department ofici?is would
eoleome a judgment by a competent!
tribunal, nol onlj for guidance in ?be;
presen' ca?-. bat as a precedent for the j
May Develop Intricate Law Poinls.
Some excee.imply intricate points of !
international law mu expected to he ?
developed by the British attorneys. Tor'
I sunnor? ot the demand for ?
velen? ?? * y be cl?iimed
that, eren admitting the vitality of the
Prussian treaty, becauss the Appam j
eras not actually broughl to HamptonI
Roads by n di i man warship as a prize
irovistotli tin nol apply to lier.
Nor', i l .h. 19. Federal Judge
?? ? ml libel process
I th? appam a.?- seised by a
went to N .-i '?it News on a tug fur the j
I lards fi nm the ofllee
tates I Court
?m left in chai .?? I I tppam.
local counsel for the f
all Informal on eon?
.- the caae should com'" "rom Mr. I
New York, counsel for the '
Appatn'*- os I
Papen in the at'ion upon which the.
ltd wore filed in the ,
State! Dl 'i id ?'our', at Nor?
i* wri re witl
Hani i . th. i person unknown
? ? - - ?Vppan "on about the 16th of
January ?vas unlawfully sa sod by eer-,
?., i, j i to the lihellunt ;
reafteT umler compulsion
forced *.o proceed with passengers,
and cargo to Hampton Road?."
Ueput? in rii*-pule ??Ith l.ieut. Rcrg.
Whei. Deputj Wesl and his party
? .<? ?ppam ths 4'itiei -?>. up.
ted thai it be Ion ered
" ;. wont aboard.
I ? e- r itj W? ' then btated his minion
ar d wa? tsken to Lieutenant Berg's
quartet , rhe latter at once objected
"If I had ? wei i the t'nited
,"i. "I \?mild nol
- allowed you aboard "
The : -
tarted to tucK *he
? ? ? il)
? ? . ..? i ?Hector
; ton," he ?a d, "and you hs
Lieutenant B*"rg then loft the Appam
hurriedly and went to Newport Nf-n*
epnone. When he returned Dop?
Wei had ?fa.ac? d on the ??.?,,? . |
? [. of \?hite paper
certifi?e that the Appam had been
? tod by order of the United States
-?at Norfolk. Lieutenant
directed bis men to tear it down.
Deputy West commanded him not
to t'iiich the notice, and it remained
on the msst.
FATHER FARRELL AGAIN
S.iys Whole Charities Investiga?
tion Is "Public Scandal."'
r Mitchel has said that ? 01
r Klngsbury of ths < Rarities De
.-ne*" - ' the best man in the city"
r th?- v...i?, of bis department. But
doe.? ?ber W. R. Parrel!, of
t '? ? ? .i -,;. ) ??? ?
-r 1 fathei ansv?e. ???*,,
When -he Stro .
?he State H .. r?i
? sritiei l ? ? '?? Parrel 1 spoke up
and clear against this action, ad?
lig h ? rotaarfcs in an open letter
r Whitman. A-* the r ?
tinned the ? sot be
more 'rata. V? sterdav
King i.rv? threa?
? K-itfe on. foot *? .1
i blow at the rei
nion of l ? ? . thi Chari
\ oi ? .- ??? Pathei i r?ri
lisr, an insulter of all
factory" and a
indal." Not sa*
epietion of ;ht? ?'omniissioner at
Bt. ho doll ? ,ti the pat-* for more
He v.;i? a messeng, r b?.v -n Seat!
"?' sen wss ?, i
II t>7 i
he wai B bores
? I now the an
Com? ir of ?
?h: M am
' ' ? arth.' "
When .i,;... y WM
ionei of Choi
l ? '
' feel that 1 tare to
? ? ?? state?
tS, I "IM r0,;,
' ?' ' 11.1 II
eg as hs is -
"-0 tske the legal cons?quente? "
U. S. SHIPBUILDING
DOUBLED WITHIN YEAR
Yards, billed with Orders. Re?
Krashiagtan, Fob. IS Hspaiti to
rlip Hureaii <i'< Navigation made public
la .tnv ?lio? tl al raaay American kIhj?
yard?. Itett?ti with Werfa an never ba?
tore la their hi?t?.iy. are rrfunini* all
??outrait? calling for new Itfet at tea
?ri? m,,i waflaiag eonstoaetla? to
those t;. p-?*? for which tnn?trurtioii
plan? airead?, turn, betfl drawer With
tSt ramhan? ? imIs, irith a total 'mi
na*-'* of about l,iM>o.<ni?>, bailgtag m
about to bo started, the United state?
i? being outstripped in construction
only by eiri*at Britain, anri Navigation
Burean of);cialK ?et In Um bssm ?
i reaped iliat the country may reeeret
the punition it held I?. loi .? the I'ivil
?Ver, when ?' trat the foremaal nation
? ? Ipbnildlnf.
The Maoaa? of tonnage un-lai i f?i
itruction in American yard? lue dan
bled within tin? la?! year, it hn? in
crca?e<! nearly M per een? Miice thai
]?? of December, and yard?, are no I
Riled with or,let? thnt many havn work
thai will keep them ?tea,lily employed
DBtil ?el Into 1917. Thirt\-nine ships
have been completed sine? last .1 u 1 >.
MAROONED BY RIVER
FLOOD, 2,000 IN PERIL
.Many Louisiana Parishes Threat?
ened with Inundation.
New tiritan?, Fell. 19. -Increased ap?
prehension ua? fell tr.-day for 2,000 or
more per-ot:?, marooned ?round Newell
ten, without food and irith hoi ? ial
she.te-. M,,,t o* thon a-o nog?* plan
I at um laborer? unable *o reach safety
when the M.?is?ippl It. ver broke
tbvoujrh the levee at the Hufk T?ldife
plantation. The crevasse is near!-.- M
A radiVI of '" f ' * ni.ln it
flooded from ?it to ..'???rii feet, while?
beyond thil another twen'v five mile?
i? covererl v.\tt, wa'er from i f< a i that
to on? and two fool deep.
i flii?'l ?ill not roach It? climax
for a? ?east h week, aothoritioi pre
i 01 -' ,rdia I'ari?h, in Northeast
?mi, i? almo?t entirely CO? I
Flood waten from the Buck Ridi-e
,?? | BBSS ami back water from tin?
Miar',.. Red and tegether
with watei from the broken l?vese of
the Arkantai River, have dotted ?
i\,?t Louiaio ? ? large lake?.
II i? believe l they ? ventually will
, erg? Into one huge Iahe, eigfaty-flve
mile-e by fifty mile?, rorerlni the P?'j
? ?.he? . , ncordia, Pranltlin
and ( atahoula, except in a few biffa
,. ? ? Ha',: tu-,i. . ? tested Sen
ator Brou ' ? to ? r
the W ,! De *>ai I I undred
.... | Feren
A relief left Nal
01 ? . ? ? riment
tean ei Lafourcne foi the Bu
N'atrher. Miare.. Feb. 19 \ eecond
??ppeal fiom Mayor Jacob' of Newell?
ton, I-?., -?' . i here to-day.
"iirir -unplie? have "riven oat, the.
Mayor ?aid, "and union we receive
t'oo-l -vo will eoon ?
Tie itei rrived ]
here to ??? ' .?' :? rescued pe
St. .1 ' - ?
the floor! had reached the town of
Washington, Feb. IS. Mejor G<
Scot- ?aid to-day In regai
Mississippi flood "i-i*. * ? ?? ? i pe*
WM ben ir doi I ai i thai ' aptnin
William la. Hunt, of the ,. ?i
ter'? depor'nien' el Si Lot ? . I I. I
ord? red to the flooded territ?
ehargo of relief work.
DRINK RULE OF REASON
APPLIED IN CHICAGO
Loac Drink May Be Consumed
After 1 A. M. if Ordered Before.
i ?n,n, Feh t. One drink of
, w ], i It eld fa
lei A. Ettle* . ty ?
?i? amount,*1 *nd
? ' ?? ;? ? ??
1 an order to-d,.v to restaurants
: where liqnor ii ?old limiting patron?
?o "oi." ordinary drink" alter l a. m.,
the hour at which Larrooms arc re
,?uired to close.
In order t e irithin the law the
Corporation Coaaael also holds that
'. the drink muet be ordered befon 1
o'clock, but tnav ba consumed at'er
"The man who bnvs tuo drink? or
: more at or.ee for himeclf In h i ta
I ore * eloeini
hour for barroom? - tryiag to e-, u,lc
." aid Mr. Ettleeon "I alfo be -
lieve tha? the re ? keeper who
permite luefa ? subterfuge can be era
tod of e lolatlnj- the law.**
MAY MOBILIZE PHYSICIANS
Britlah Medical Men Uarned In Re
Rrade- for (all.
London, Feb. 19. Hue appro
mobilisation <if r ? , . ? irexeon?
- led by
,-al Goveraraeni Hoard to the lo
? a ! author I ?
! I ?? circular point!
or mal ng pi .. ? lional arrai -*?
to ftia . ,
age of ....
1 linn, to |
cf the eutl . . take i i ?
a the e
SHOWERS FOR CONVICTS
Kinhwe? Clan? Private Raibv and
Dreoolag Raaoaa at l'ri?.on.
I ne reaaed ba? ? . ,
vide bath? foi
? 'r.,:ch?.n is o ue remodeHled end
TAMMANY NOW HAS MAYOR
Mitihel \??a\ for Rolida. ? Daw ling
Run, Citj Hall.
li-ie tea? a Tammai.y kfa]
, .-... Hall yesterday. He ua~ i i? j
k a tiag Pre? dent of the I
dayoi Mil ? ? ,-..- to the Ad
decks yeeterday :or tr.e Wat ne
I Birthday holiday. !!????..' proba! . ?
! tara on PTeesaeedaj
Wanamaker Employe? Eat Steak.
: Ljn n Council \o. lots, Nal
1 Union, ,. nipo.ed of ? ef the
' *reir annual
tier f oi ,-?
- ' ; Lynn, raai ??
I harvester Co. Tried to
Prevent Loan to Plant
ers, Senators Hear.
FAILED TO STOP
Monopoly Investigators. Seekin*?
Coercion Proof, Demand
WfSShiaftea, Tab. It?. S-r.a'onal in?
vr?tiga?ion of charges that American
fiinnciers have attempted to monopo?
lio the sisal crop uf Yucatan, Mexico,
"as broadened to-day to ineluda an in
(|ulry into whethar the. International
H?rtester CormpaB) sought by intimi?
dating American bankeis to preven'
--isai planters obtainiac moaoy te mer*
ket 'heir crop.
Tho Agriculture Genssjlttoo BOadUOt?
irg the Investigation decided to call as
witnesses President fyni? If, Mc^or
? tnick and other officials of the Har?
vester rompan* anil Arthur Reynolds,
? les presidir? of the Continental and
Commercial National Bank, of Chicago?
The hank also will be asked to submi*
a record of the balance maintained
flier?, by the company during th? las?
thre? year?. Officials et tha National
City Hank, of New Vork, will he asked
to testify regardlBf chnrgei that the
Harvester company alio eierted influ
oaes en ?hat Institution.
The committee adjourned until next
Thursday after hearing tootlmony by
Dr. Victor A. Rendon, l.eatl of a com
roission created bj 'Ha. Yucatan gov?
ernment'to markst ?he cisal crop, and
.*?ol V.exler, New York banker, presi?
dent of the Pan-American ?"ommi??ion
I nrporation organized in this country
to U?ones tha V ;ci,*an planters. Wei?
ter, whose enrporafiuii guaranteed ts
li ? .1 the planten ?io.niiii.ooo % yen
srs, test Sed that he ha.i
told DJ Georgs If. Reynold?, pr?s
ideal of the Continental and ("omm?*r
cial Rank, and Jantes Perkins, a vice
president of th,' Naflonul <"ity Rank
that the Harvester company was un
willing for them to lend money to the
I'l.n-Amenc.in ? orporetioi
Rank rJsaVter Told of Threat.
"G< orgo Ri. ' an old fi lei d
and personally," Mr
A exl? nd when I first ex
plained t;." eorporati? n to him he irai
favorabls to II and ?aid he would b<
-.-lad to loan ? irgs amounts. Thi
Hi.i-. e?ter company then ha?l "n depo?:
ab? at |1,0M,(M)0. The fol urine day h<
?aid ?that Cyrus MeC. rmieh had threat
ened not only to dr. reate the deposit
but to withdraw a r<*oi- SO
Hi i roster compon) roi the
i mud of direct u ?ere made
"Jas sa P national Cit;
. also said his bank a i
oan the eorpo'jpation ;<4ige arooui l
. : Mr. Mel ormick a
ored t?i present tl l hoi k do I ?: i .
'.. tl er blink wh -.r.fluencei
by (lie ihreat?. however, ?ml ttt} made'
arrangement? for loan? from each of
thtrrx and now b?\e a substantial d?
pool! With each."
ein?, nf fhi term:' on which the rnr
lora'ion a-rreed to loan money to the
planters, It was brought sut, provided
mission of I MT San, SB SUM?
old. m sddltion to the regulsi rats
of intsrse? on msnsy loaned.
Nol ?'repared I o !.-*nd SlO.OOn.OdO.
In response to a question by Senator
Rnnedoll, WTsslsr sai<l that In ?lot ei
eh.. war times, disturbed oon.li'
Mrs Ico ?nd the bonus of 1200,000 the
i, i pi. ration would hav?. t" pay. it SSI
not prepared to loan the lUC-Stsn sr
ganisation up is $io,ooo,noo.
W, (Irr argued tint if *he I'nited
SUte? should prevent hi? compenj
fiom loaning money to the planter? it
would ment? dlvsf?iSfl sf the entire
hi al crop to some European SO
an?! milcht reault in establishment of
twine factories in Yucat?n thnt would
put all American factories out sf busl
n?s? and make the American farmer?
buy twine at any figure the Me
i fbl ?et.
Chicago, Feb. 19 Arthur Reynolds,
? pr?sidant sf ths Csntiasatal nnd
<"ornmur'-|al National Hank, when in
formsd of the deenlon of the Senate
eoaunittss to n?k for a statement from '
the bank ?howlng the International ?
ll.irv.'St'.r Compaay's deposits, said to-?
day that the re lueet would be refused. '
300 RALLY ROUND CITY
Ne*? York Sociely Celebrates Three
".car? ?if Success.
Three hundred men answered "pr?s,
ant" last night when the roll of the
New York Society was called for the
1 eofste&k dinner at Rslssnwebsi
which its president, Justies Pr?
lie Witt welle, preeided, with Fran!
? . ?ce ?ire?.dent, h genere
sger, snd Ssmusl Bel ?-. William I.
Hull and .la, ob Steife loten!
Those present wsrs entertained by
".lick" (i'I)onnell. "Tom" CsBSy and
the cabaret perfoimers.
.fu,!,:e Welle, m a brief addrees,
called attention to the success of the,
OrgSaiSStion, which, in less than three
y-ars, has fiM members snrslled
Justice ? ornsliui 1-. ?
Special Sssolone, raid in part: "1 ire
'.'an a time when it was slmosl DC.
Sari for a rnan to SpologilO for beirfg
a New Yorker. No? tl
changed and New Yorker? are for Nsa
York. Wo want (,000 member? nnd
we can ere; them if ) on men ?
busy ar.d tell them what we ?tend for.*1
The other ?pcakera Included Ju?lge
Moses Herman and John J. Diets.
DRYG00DS MEN ELECT HOWE
Mar?ball field Advertising Head Made
1-.. L Hows, of Msrshall Plaid 4- Co.,
< bieagS, was elected executive
tary of ?he National Retail I?ry G
AoBOciatlon a' ths organisation1
vention yestsrday at the Hotel B
Mr. Howe la? been merchai
manager and director of advsrtisii ,
Mn-.-l.al' Field for four JTSerS.
??.,,.'.! i mm? ?gin ? can -
',.; ... hich il ; ? i o| ed to
tail m< rchi rjr.
Citizens to Drill at Army Post
Ban Antonio, lex., Feb. IS. The pro.
prme.i Bouthweeten ene' military
1 raining ramp will be held at Foil
Houston here or at "he mana ivre e
a* Leoi Sprh .--. tu
to a ?tal
? ? day ;." " ? '.
icilitie t the ai
n ad? it inad
I , or more
to hold the cairn :n '.hen '
* o r v.
"First Session Tomorrow Night."
The American Art Galleries
?ABHOB mWsM ?or ru
ON f-Rt". VIEW TOMORROW FROM 9 A. M. UNTIL NOON ONLT
TO BE SOLD AT UNRESTRICTED PUBLIC SALE
By order of the Patenon Safe Depoiit and Truit Company
of Patenon, New Jeney, Truita?? and Mort fa. gee
Tomorrow (Moa.), Tuesday (Washington's Birthday), Wednetd*.*,
and Thursday Eeeninis, Feb. 21it, 22d, 23d and 24th
BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT 8 O'CLOCK
In the Grand Ball Room of the Plaza
Fifth Ai-emie, 58th to 59th Sanset
, \|.mi - ?? B1 ' ..m- I ' ' ' r,,i: ''"?'"?' ; "
The Marble Statuary
Belonging to the Lambert Collection
Will be Sold
On Wednesday Afternoon neat, Feb. 23d, at 2 30 o'Cloek
At The American Art Galleries
MAIM ?ON ?<M Ml **??' ''"
.. ' ,; DISIOSED OF) AT 1'IVh DOIalau ' ?
The ?la will to ron,luet?-H by MK THOMAS I hIKIIY
und hi? a??t?tant. .Mr. Otto n-rn-t, of yf"
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managerial
Madl?t.n ??<|. South. Kutran.-? 0 Bast '??l -??"?* *"" I '"-? <3i
STATE TAKES $616,608
MORE FROM THIS CIV
Justice Rudd Rules Bank Share
i ."? Oman am t its Trtbun? i
Albai.v, I'.-.'i It. Supreme Conn ?lui
decided to-day that
and ? can be ii
d . . the ?re i ?n srh ich th
aggregate amoant of itate ta?.
By this decision No.
York C ty will hav?. to ?urn over to th
?"?.i ?'.,*'.n-, more nui'iey tl.iin if ban
? v;i-re not included.
"These is no doabt mat. under th
law," Jut?f.ce Hu'lil said, "bank share
ar,? pnr-xinal property, and it i = al?
certain that buk share? are subject t.
The total ooaessed value of per?ona
ling hank stack, for ih
City of Kew Vork ?ra * ?14. th?
bank stock amounting to $3?2,711,i."il
Oi this lait Item the tav imp?
the City of New "fork eras | '..?47.111
t?. tarn e*/es to the stats "''.!':. -
? Corporation Counsel Will
lam K I the city
? ? I' . iii. Re argued that I
in rsoi of bank
Sine? ths ? ':? teak up I h ? Bght
its Equalixati ?n Board
tor Ogden L Mills has sought to
the situation by introducing a
bill which would prevent the board
from a in the as
P..y Up and Get a Prize
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CARUSO WONT DISCUSS
SKIRMISH WITH FARRAR
Leaves Explanation of Spanki*.,*
by Stage to Her.
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who hit her with the
.ih,i wallops :
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Did Signer l'ar-ijo c-eroer. G -
to the fi
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Mother Shot; Sen Held.
folded scroi the 1
Fifth Avenue. 37th and ?.?Stli Streets
A Store of Individual 3hoj>s
Women's Spring Fashions
Eirlusivi Models See Fubr'u'x S?iriii(j ('olnrinr/s
Women9s Suit Shop
'\i-w exclusive Spring Suits, copie? of Paris m<
adaptations?new dare o-at?- .end *- k i r t s in the n< ;
Spring -?ilk or wool fabrics and colorings, also
novelt) colored checks and navy -
29.50 to 145.00
Special If>r Mu?ala//
"Bernard .Wodel" Tailored Suit
Flare Model Cogj with bo* pleated l'une! ?.
?flish Gabardine in navy blue, rookie, whiti
? black and white check. Hu?e button coat, b<
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: odd skirt, box plaits al id.
Women's Waist Shop
,\ sh ?"? ;??c: i '??.".- 'il???,. i >'? aisl
dels, "it!1 the nev large ?a! collars ei frills and
abots, o? n. el i ed G rgetl ? pe, Will
, ' the W isp, I repe d?.- Chine ? ' I
?5.75 to 39.50
Special ti//' Mondan
Novelty Georgette Waists
Of Woven Colored Croe? liar Georgette.
Waists of white Georgette Crepe, with woven c
bar, in rose, l '< 'pen. green, lavender or black : new white
taffeta collar; front ? >f w gist and buttonholes piped
u ?th taffeta w hite pea? I butl
Women's Gown Shop
v showing copies of Paris models ai
? . nd evening we
Spring materials and colorings, including G<
i repe, plain and metal emb'd taffeta
20.50 to 145.00
Sperial for Monda//
'Jenny Model" Afternoon Gown
(if Georgette Crepe, Emb'd in Gold and S
?p<* in light gray taupe, nav*
tin in c? intrastirtj i lice w/aist
I al la Silk : vt t<
girdle and sash o( '? :;?.
Women's Coat Shop
? ???- . ?: ; ', ris m ?dels and ? ui
silk and doth fabri
Bolh ia \ i' una Cloth in new col
ifternoon, evening, spoil or g? i
.39.50 to 05.00
Spectal for Momia//
Beil ?via Vicuna Travel Coats
\ ? end Mott Fothionable Fabr?
of tiie latest l'a- Bolivia V
rmth without weight) . new flare or b. ll
? ? newest Spring colorings ruby, amber, Santiago.
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