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EtfablitheJi Over Half Cenujry
Annual Reduction Sale
We iirc offering o-ir ent.r* manufac
twed itoclc at greatly reduced pneej.
126 WEST 42nd STREET; NEW YORK
arr two fpatureB of
pany service that
make it plrasant
for customers to
OF NEW YORK
' Wimitr frdrral Tt.tmrvt Sj'tttn
149 Ii road way
LITTLF" nche-s prow into big pains
tmlesa warded oflf by an applica
tion of Sloan's. Don't rub, as
it penrtrr.Us. A counter-irritant,
Sloan's scattera congestion, and soon
relievrs the ache and pain.
Rheumatism, neuralgia, cciatien,
lumbago. lame back, stiff joints,
tprains and strains won't fight long
against Sloan's Liniment.
Always keep it handy forinstant use.
For more than forty years, Sloan's
Liniment has helped thousands the
worldiover. You won't be an e.xcep
tion. It certainly does produce resiilts.
You jtist know from its stimulating,
healthy odor that it will do you good.
Ask your ncighbor.
At'all druggists -35c, 70c, $1.40.
For Raw, Sore Throat
At the firsl aign of a raw. sore
throat rub on a little Musterdle with
.-^,,- t;?_ .'
of the old
like Musjterole forcroupy
andy for instarit
snt's in jars and
I When You Need a
- Call Hindhy
'?"t . . ialiee in a
? ' ' 1 ? ? '.:. ?<
<? ? ? f'..;:
We ha\r j'tji?.i,-rers,
c i a ii .- , Locfcsmiths,
Koofers, f-tiniace and
Range Repair Men,
etc, on call.
I'liono Bryant 3207.
M A. WOWa'W E
Home Mechanlca of All Kinris.
819 Sixth Ave. Ni?ar 46th St.
ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE I !
Owlng t exi Irati n of. lease I \v\:\ t. \\
the ? .:.. i - ?.. . oj
An&que and Rf^roduction Furniture
Sheffiflrl Piatc. Cbina,
Clau, Oriental Ru?5, Fixturts, Etc.
ANTIQUE & GIFT SHOP
251 5th A^. ^Cgne,
S.AI.E TAKES PLACE
aad folIo?lnK ?ittjS, oarae hour [j
GEOfcGE W. EVANS, AucHoneer '
T R J
Thei) keep slnpjung uards cpen
and hauling equipnSvii on the job
?0 Church St. CoXlandt 4174
Law to Advance
Over Protest of Or. Ettin
per, Board Makos Politi?
eal \id of IVIaypr an
Called I'nfit for Duties
Reports Show That in Month
She Spent Two Days in
District: Others at Hotel
Despite th" strongly voiccd opposi?
tion of the Superintendent of School?.
a majority of thc Ronrd of Education
!r.s< night put through the election of
Mrs. Grace Strachan Forsythe ns asso?
ciate superintendent, to succeed An?
drew W. Edson, who retires next month
? Iei the ci.ilsory age limit rule.
'iii" voti wns four to three, the full
board being present. The by-laws were
suspended to permit Mrs. Forsythe's
election, which had not been scheduled
:cr the meeting last night.
Her candidacy is understood to have
been sponsi red by Mayor Hylan. who
on previous occasions suggested her
for vacancies which would have'meant
;- motion for her nnd extended the
[Mayor's politieal domination of the
peehool system. Dr. William L. Ettin
hger, Superintendent of Schools, '??
i plared Mrs. Forsythe was unfit for the
duties if an as.socir.tr superintendent..
Her record as a district superintend
? ent in Brooklyn, Dr. Ettinger cieclared,
could not comparo with recorda of
other district superintendents.
Busy at tho Commodore
"My most recent report would indl
cate," said the superintendent, who has
a volce as an ex officio member of the
board, but r.o vote, "that Mrs. For?
sythe spent just two days in her dis?
trict in the last month. I understand
that reports she is required to pass on
had to bc taken to her at the Hotel
Commodore, where outside nctivities
were engaging her time."
Beside being a district superintend?
ent Mrs. Forsythe is president of the
Interborough Association' of Women
ers and in the latter office has
been active in a politieal way. As head
of the teachers' organj^ation she is
said to have contributed in r.o small
i degree to the support given the Hylan
administration at thc recent 'election.
She recently was apointcd to the Board
! of Examiners by Mayor Hylan, but had
filed her application too "late for the
cx;viiir.ation which is now required of
appointees to that body.
; Mrs. Forsythe was plared in nomina
tion by Dr. John R. Ferguson after
Samuel M. Stern had moved and ob?
tained a suspension of the by-laws.
rhe legality of the procedure was qu.es
boned by Arthur S. Somers, who de
clined to vi te for the suspejision. Act
lr.jr President of the Board George J,
Ryan found no fault with thc procc
durc '"'' ,,;" vote was ordered taken
Mr. Somers, Mr. Ryan nnd Mrs. Emma
L. Murray are understod to have voted
against Mrs. Forsythe. Mrs, Forsythe
has been identified with the school'sys?
tem as teacher, principal nnd district
.superintendent for twenty-six vears
"A woman of this type," said the
t superintendent, "will not add to the
I d'Krnty of this organization. I am very
much distressed by this nomination."
Aroused by estimates 0f an unprece
dented increase in the number oi high
school pupils who will enrdl for study
for the term opening February 1, tho
board last night. on motion of Mr
I Somers, voted to poCtion the Board of
bstimatc for additional funds with
| which to employ eighty-five morci
teachers. The Board of Estimate last'
? unc pared down -he appropriation for |
tr i ae teachers with the result that only
mnety-one teachers were authorized.
Mr. Somers read from a report by Dr '
Clarence E. Meleney, associate superin
tendent in chargc of high schools, to
show that instead of an expected gain I
of 10.000 in new high school pupils
a?nrner, wouJd1_ bc ? &ain of more than
! 20.000 on February 1.
The school building situation is not'
ns bad as painted, according to Dr r4<r
guson, chairman of the committee on i
! buildings and sites of the Board of
Education Dr. Ferguson's remarks
followed the pn sentation of a summary
ot building activities on the commit- '?
tee s behalf by Mr, Chambers.
No Head Yet tor Board
This report was that contracts for
torty-two new school buildings, to pro-!
videa total of 51,000 sittingsj had been
awarded, 20,511 of which already have I
been completed and 11.000 more of
which practically are ready now Build
M gs to be erected "very quickly," will,
'"'?'; rding to the report. provide accom
modations for about 14,000 elementary
school pupils ar.d 11.000 in high schools.
lhe election of a president to suc
cced AnningS. Prall, recen'tiy a'ppointed f
|Tax Commissioner by ,Mayor ttymu,
^htSWdUl?d f?r the meeting yia,t'
nil ht but was postponed, this time to
!' s/co"d meeting in March. No rea
" tor the postponement was given
except th -.und haste? ? ?,
"sa,y. Harry B. Chambers, of the
: ",':- a"d I)r- Ferguson have been
;??- ? ?;"????. for tho place, which carries
?P salary. Mr. Chambers, who is a low
indors3 U" St??d t0 ha've'the Mayor's
yice;^esi*dent Ryan said he could
not accept nomination for the p-esi
jency because of pressure of pSvate
?uS!ed ilr/prJ" th?Ught hc WOuld
Negro Musicians Foreed
To Depart From Miami
Violations of Southern Codes
for Behavior of Illacks
Cause Moh to Act
MIAMI. Fla.. Jan. 25.-Guarded by
police, six members of a negro or- I
=hestra, who hnve been emploved at al
hote, here, were taken to-day to a
lorthern suburb and placed on'a train ''?
5ound for their homes in Columbus '
>nio. rhe musicians last night were!
ured to the outskirts of the city and ,
>eaten by a gang of men, who, th'e or
'ievS(,trMimembe'rA'Sald' warne(i the'n to I
'om! faTil -VUhln twentJ'-four hours. !
ome of their mstruments were de- !
'P" "?^-<> ^y they are without in- '
n i tion as to the identitv of anv
member of the party issuing the warn
Several complaints, it was reported,
ad been made that the negroes had
o conducteQ themselves in accordance
ith Soutnem.-customs, had soticht'tn
???* ?"th white persons in the pub
c parks and at public entertainmerits
uth't?' th(V,ca^^d left.hsplacc
ith the orchestra nnd steDned nn thr.
oor-totHrecta new dance ?R the
inc- hotel has telegraphed for e
Tiree Die After Eeatins
wrt?pn,??<!. Greens at Dinner
WEISE-R, Idaho, Jan "5 . Thr<
;-aa, one may die and two'are ill fro'm
tahnu, po.soning fts the result of
y d1nnerSiea7fi gJeens i!t a ^th
h rles W Tf.4?Und?-Vt thc h?me of
hariea W. Tuttle, at Cambfidge, nea,
The dead are'two sons and - j.??i
^fticCXr,S \ Tuttle' SoMS
i U'recoverli' Tw? ?u?t* are expect
$2,000 Rooster and His Comely Sponsor
Miss Elsie Davcnport am! ? prizctvinrting llrahma at rostrrdar'*
npcnmn session of thr Paultry Show at Madison Sauarr' Card,,,'
New 'All-Aromid' Chicken
Is Stiir of Ponitrv Show
Lamona Is Result of HI Years
of Expcrimonts; 5.000 En
trict* Set a Nev,- Record
Tho Thirty-third Annunl Poultry
Show opened yesterday in Madison
Suaro Garden with a rccord-breaking
number of entries. More than 5,D00
P'.geons, ducks, .. ? , . , iltry, rabbits.
coats nnd singing birds were on ex?
One cf the most remarkable of Ihe
exhibits is ti ?? Lamona, a new all-pur
pose fowl that hns been successfully
devoloped after ten years of careful
selectivity by the crovernment experi
mental station at Beltsville, Md'., by
Harry M. Lanion, chief of the station.
It is an errtirely new breed ,v ch is
n iw stabitized, laying white eggs. lt
was developed by combining the silver
gray Dorkii g< f Ei land the ! ivmouth
I Rock and the singie-comb \. I ite Leg
I horn. The new i'owl in a stately ap
; pearing bird, i as white plumage, a red
| car lobe, yellow skin and lcgs and four
| Approximately 1,000 pigeons aro on
; lisplay, and many of t em were i .pe
cially imported ror the show The
> value of the 5-.Q00 entrie : is estimatod
; nt more than $500,000, although there
j aro some specimens held to be price
less by their owm rs.
One of the features of the show to?
day will be the flight of fifty of the
pr. vernnicnt piireon ?? frtom Madi on
[?.Square to Washljigton. This i the
first wintor flight eve* attempted. Th?
birds will carry. a message ? to Mrs
Harding in Washington.
Du Ponts Gei Powder Order
WILMINGTON, Del., Jan. 'J,'.. The
Du Pont Powder Company to-day au
thorized announcemenl that it had re?
ceived a contraet [r m the Argc.ntinn
government for a million rounds of
military smokeless powder. Thi.-; con?
traet will be filled at Carney's Point,
N. ,)., nnd will keep the plant busy for
about six months.
Army Hanging Charges
Not Upheld at Inquiry
Witnesses Fail to Give Direct
Testimony of Execution With
ou! Trial in France
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25.-None of
the sixteen or more witnesses appcar
ing to-day before a Senate investigat
ing committee was nble to present di?
rect testimony relating to charges that
American soldiers had been hanged
without trial in France.
^ Henry Gehtry, a negro, of Lawrence,
Kan., who served in the regular army
prior to Ihe war, declared that he saw
0 negro officer, Mn.ior Joseph Phillips,
of East Orange, N. J., shoot William
Patterson, a negro private, hut he
could not say positively whether the
soldier died or whether Phillips was
tried by court. martinl. Tho shooting,
hc said, followed tho soldier's refusal
to help an army cook slice bread.
Speeches made by Julius Rosenwald,
president of Sears-Roebuck & Co., of
Chicago, to troops in France, while
there as rcprcsentative of the Secretary
01 War, wero mentioned by two wit?
nesses, who asserted Mr. Rosenwald
had assured negro soldiers they would
receive better treatment at home after
the war and that this had created some
b i 11<
I The committee was trving to diir
! into reports about lynchings when the
I Ri senwald incident was mentioned, and
I one ol thc witnesses said some of the
white soldiers felt like lynchhig tho
j speaker. All agreed, however, that in
: whateveT rows resulting among rho
i men. nobody was killed.
E. W. Camn Gets Customs Post
WASHINGTON. Jan. 25.?Appoint
j ment ol Erncst W. Camp, of Saginaw,
1 Mich., a;; chief of the customs division!
was announced to-day by the Treasury.
71ie C&lihmfa Limiizd caiers to ?
highest class tr&Vel.
The Natejo, JheMssfcmanj, 7M Scout
toprist and standard skepers
for the Canyo
rcncdule is a
three carry tourist a
eleepcrs. Chair cars,
get off the train thrc
day Uyonrl Kan.,a3 City.^ni
= "Joy Fred Harvey dollar me\
aerved in dimntf rooma at ar
riatic station hotels. Most trav
clcrs jike this plan.
Stop two days c.t Grand Can
yon National Park on your way.
ihe tra,ls to ihe river are open
ell wmrer; ,Y3 aummcr down
below. El Tovar, on the rim,
is managed by Fred Harvey and
Write. 'phone or call and let
me help rJan yollr California
tnp. A*k for "California Pic?
ture Book." aomethintf uni'que
in travel publicationa, contains
bird s eyc map of atate in color.
E F. Burnett Di8tj Paafl. Agmu A ? & g R
OUZ Broadway, New York. N. Y.
Pbone : Worth 3677.
Wires to Dry
Explanation of Mystcrious
Tips to Firms About
To Be Ruided Seen 111
Listcning Post Devicc
Suit Filed for Condemnation
of Fime Goods Imported
by the Cassnzza Company
Proof was established by accident
yesterday that the telephone trunk
j leading into tho switchhoard at stato
. prohibition hoadquarters has been
j "tapped" for months. Bootleg or other
i interests, it developed, have been in a
; position to hcar all conversations of
prohibition officials nnd enforcement
| officers. This may account for myste
j rious "tips" which have reached big
| conccrns about to be raided.
; A New York Telephone Company
| lineman tore out the switehboard at
' headquarters, 47 West Twenty-seventh
Street, yesOrday, preparatory to mov
: ing it to thc new headquarters in the
j Albemarle building at Twenty-fourth
Street and Broadway. He found one
I wire, known as a spark wire, which did
: not lead into any plug on the switch
; board but instend connected with the
trunk line. Its course was followed
by the lineman, who recognlzed it in
j stant.lv as a "tap." It led down through
the floor from the ninth floor, where
the board was located, to the eighth
floor hallway, where il had been cut :
probably by persons who knew that the
switchhoard was soon to be moved.
Indications nre that the listening-in
station was on some floor below. ln
checking up the telephone Instruments
assigncd to headquarters the lineman
found himself one instrument short.
No one could account for the missing
Assistant United States District At
t torncy Snnford H. Cohen filed suit in
; the Federal District Court yesterday
asking the forfeiturc and condemna
I tion of 1.180 cases of brandy and vvhis
; key worth $250,000 which are alleged
: to have been imported by V. Cassazza
| & Brother, wine merchants of 501 West
| Broadway, in violation of the customs
; and Iiquor laws. The liquors were im?
ported during October and November
; i'rom France and Scotland and are the
best obtainable in foreign markcts.
According t.o the complaint, V. Cas
! sazza & Brother had a permit at one
: time to import wines, hut this permit
i had expired at the time of the im
I portations. A bnsic permit issued since
prohibition had been revoked by E. C.
Yellowley, United States Chief Gen?
eral Agent. Attorneys for Cassazza &
| Brother have moved for a review of
! the revocation proceedings and a re
, newal of their basic permit. The case
j comes up Fridny for argument before
Federal Judge Julian Mack.
George Ericson, manager of Fabach
er's restaurant. at 105 West Forty
eighth Street; Patrick Powers, a wait
er, and the cashicr, Benjamin liowitz,
j were arrested in the restaurant last
! night on a charge of violating the
i state prohibition law by George Bubur
; peau and John McLaughlin, of Inspec
. tor Bolan's staff. Buburpeau and Mc- !
| Laughlin allege that, dressed ns "col
[ lege students," they entertained at a
< party tosting pl4 at Fabacher's on
i Tuesday night. They charged they were
j supplied with wine nt $5 a bottle".
They returned alone to the restau?
rant last night and say they wero
served with whisky. They' then arrest
I cd the three men. They confiscated
j several decantrrs of alleged whisky.
Packing House Workers
Fear 'Guerrilla' Warfare
Vote on CalHng Off Strike Will
Be Taken To-flay, Say* the
Meat Cuttcrs' Head
CHICAGO, Jan. 26. -If the striking
packing plant workers are foreed to ac?
cept wngos which they declnrc were ln
roality fixed by thc pfirkers, lt. will be
the beginning of "guerrilln wnrfare" in
the packing plnnts, Dcnms Lane, sec?
retary of the Ment Cutters' Union, de?
clared to-day. The strikors v/ill vote
to-morrow nt .1 o'clock on calling off
thc strike. Results nrc expected to
reach union hendqnnrters hero by 5
o'clock, Mr. Lane snid.
The effectiveness of the strike has
been denied by the packera since its
inccption December B.
?Secretary Lane said to-day that eco?
nomic necessity might force thc union
men to declnre the strike off. He would
give no opinion on their probable ac?
"If the men are foreed to r.ubmit, it
does not mean we are defeated." Mr.
Lane said. "But it looks like thc begin?
ning of guerrilla warfare in the
Aeqnittnl of Vilfrrnin on
Desertion Charge Foreeast
ftprrUil Cable tn Thn Trlhut"!
NANCY, Jan. 25. The acquittal of
Ernest Vilgrain, the "Hoover" of!
Clcmencenu's Cabinet, who is on trial j
for desertion nnd solf-mutilation to j
escape front-line nniitnry servic, was
foreshadowod to-day. Andre Tardiou,
former French High Commissioner to '
the United States, Brigadier General
Grandc, who was Vilgrain's superior
officer in 1914 when hc was injured,
and the Mayor of Nancy all testified
favorably. These, added to Clemen
ccau's statement yesterday, have built
up a strong case for thc defense.
THE whole wheat
that makes Rakton
so much b&tter
also giqjes Ralston
f tankltn %imon & Co.
cA Store of Individual Shops
FIFTH AVENUE, 37th and38th STS.
For zJYCadame and <3YCademoiselle
Re^iitratiea Alhlrcd V. S. Fatent Office
Sandals OF . .
The Ds(ew ftramley
Tums On Its Low Heel
zjJnd IValks zAway
To Be Down AtThe Heel" ls
Wears Bramley Brocaded
Sandals With The New
"One-Inch Bramley" Heel.
Silver or Silver and Qold "Brocade
bramley Cvening Sandals "Designed
hy the Individual Shoe Shop and
^Made of 'Brocades Imported
Cxclusively by Franklin
Simon 8c Qo.
Kkmininr Shoe Sno?-Third Floor
~ - ?-_
Couple, Child and Car
Missing Since Jan. 9
Friend? Fear II. C. Darehe and
Family, of Westwood, N. J.,
May Have Been Drowned
The police of Westwood and neigh
boring New Jersey t.nwns are searching
for Henry C. Darehe, hin wife nnd fif
teen-months-old son who disappeared
last, January 9 while on their way to
their home in Westwood from the
homo of William Wright, on Sims
Avenue, West Hoboken.
Mrs. J. F. Rider, of Hillside, a close
friend of the missing Co?p]e .. .
porting the disappearance to the ??i
axpre.sed the fear that the Darc ?'
may have be*n drowned as ? resul't ,
their car plunging into .omP 3tr ' ?'
An nlarm has been sont out
searching partles have heen hun*
for the couple and their child. a""!"*
amination of the Darehe hornp" ?*"
cordlng to the police, js said to*', *'"
shown that the coupl, e<MlM h^ Rv?
no intention of remaining ?.,, 8<*
any length of time. Mr an^ ?
D*rche mrntioned to no oM " V K
the police have been ;ib<e to u r a8
cxtended automobiln tour ttt'hl71' ?n*
disappeared there wa8 no ba^Ll 7
th" car, according to report %- !1
Although we are not in a posi?
tion to hold our usual January
Sales this year, due to the open?
ing of our new salons, yet we are
offering our patrons values on
new merehandise which we feel
will favorably compete with sale
Our selections of Furs, espe?
cially, we feel will bear compari
son of value successfully.
Rick Ermine Evening Cape
Taupe Caracul Cape Wrap
(Platinum Fox Collar and Cuffs;
Choice Hudson Seal Coats
Taupe Nutria Day Coats
Blended Hudson Bay Sable Scarji
(One and two skin effects I
Blaek Fox Scarfs
Dyed Jap Marten Scarfs
(Single skin effects)
Dinner and Dance Frocks
of lace, chiffon, crepe and satin
in attractive new models.
ot velvet and brocadc^ hand
somely enhanccd with
Jcatti* tfth Street-57th Street london.
Milk is a good
food for child
hood and old age
?and for all
CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION, INC
UTICA. N. Y.