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State Income Tax
Pai<I Here Declines.
Cash Receipts in Greater
City Mu. h Under 1921.
Although Returns Made
iu Brooklyn Increased
Although comp?lete figures were un-'
avt?ftble, local officials of the State
? Bureau were of the belief last
ht t1 at income tax payment! in thi*
cH^trlet would fall below those of last
year, as did the Federal returns. The
principal office* in the metropolitan
section remained open, until midnight.
Taxpayers who failed to make a return
in person or by mail before midnight
|?j?! night will be considered delinquent
and subjected to the prescribed pen
afty, according to oiTicials.
Lait year ?1 7.000,000 in state income
ta ves was collected in Manhattan and
S21.000.000 in the entire metropolitan
area, including Manhattan, Brooklyn,
the Bronji and Jamaica, it was said.
Cnsh receipts at the local offices were
much Jess than those nf last year, a?
the majority of taxpayers made remit?
tances by mail direct to the main of?
fice at Albay.n
J. H. Elliott, deputy In charge of the
metropolitan district, ?aid that the
congestion at the offices was not so
great this year, due to the fact that
rtany citizens made early payments
inst*ad of waiting until the eleventh
The office in the Equitable Building
was thronged before noon, but after
business closed in the downtown dis?
trict the collectors, notaries nnd in?
formation dispensers had no difficulty
in handling the crowd.
In Brooklyn, Henry B. Cocheau, di?
rector, Phid the amount of taxes re?
ceived up to noon exceeded the amount
taken in ?t the same time in 1921.
Hp predicted that the returns for his
district would approximate $4,600,000.
I Many Orphans Will Get
First View of Circus
Hundreds of orphans who never have
! seen an elephant play baseball or heard
the clowns phout "Well, here we are
again!" are to be the guests of the
circus to-morrow morning at Madison
Special attention bRs been paid this
year to t'ie small institutions whose
little inmates have not had oppor?
tunities to see the circus in past years.
Although the circus entertains 7,000
orphans each year at its morning per
?? formance, there always have been many
j groups of children who had to bei
omitted from the list. The large In?
stitutions used up most of the tickets.
This year the allotment for the large
institutions has been cut down and
preference given to the little fellows.
This does not mean, of course, that
tho big institutions will not be repre?
sented at all, but merely that their
attendance will be limited. Little
orphans who have seen the circus be?
fore are urged to be good children and
try and be glad that the orphans who
never saw the circus are to have their
chance this year.
for Daytime Wear
BLUE ROSHANARA CREPE
Grey Squirrel Collar .
BLACK CANTON CREPE
BLACK KRINKLE CREPE
GREY DUVETYNE WRAP 225
Natural Fisher Scarfs
So becoming for Spring wear?and
so necssary for Spring comfort.
West 42nd St.
(Between 5th and 6th Avenues)
West 43rd St.
Our new, modern vaults, recently installed on the premises,
enable us to assure you of satisfactory service in the matter of
Our insurance protects you against loss, and after having cleansed
your furs to lustrous softness, they are placed in vaults where
the cold dry air keeps them absolutely safe and sound.
Every piece is given individual attention, too?just as though you
yourself had supervised its cleansing and hanging.
Remodeling and Repairing also attended to in our workrooms
at Special Rates during the Spring and Summer months.
Telephone us w/nle you are thinking of it and -a messenger *will cali
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?. Altman $c (Ssl
When the Earth awakes
from her Hong Winter sleep and leisurely arrays herself in
her new, joyous garments,. it is time for mere mortals to
"think forward" a little???to the days when
Snammer Homes and Summer Clothes
will be in i ni ?mediate demand. Here, in this great Store*?-*=with its
infinite capacity for thinking forward and the practically limitless
resources, at home and abroad, upon which it is able to draw for its
merchandfise?*=are most of the essentials for Summer comfort in town
or country; to wit:
Correct clothes for every occasion (ana for in or out off doors) formen,
women, misses and the younger set; Summer rugs, curtains, lamps
and decorative furnishings for every room; reed and cane furniture
for sun-parlor, studio and veranda; bathroom fixtures; nursery
fitments; awnings and slip=covers; and the newest and smartest
ideas in beach and lawn umbrellas, couch hammocks, etc., etc.
The Riding Habit Dep't
Women's and Misses'
Hand-tailored Riding Habits
Ready-to-wear or made to order
at ext remiel, y i mi te re st in g prices
Riding Habits of Natural Linen
Ready-to? wear . * . $ 119.50
Made to order ? . . 35.0?
Riding Habits of Military Khaki
Ready-to--wear . . . $17o50
Made to order . ? ? 32.50
Riding Habits of English Tweeds
Ready=to-wear . . . $52.00
Made to order . . . 75.00
Special for Monday
12,000 Yards of
?'(32-Inches wide; of fine quality)
at the exceptionally low price of
42c. pen0 yard
The colors and combinations in these
desirable ginghams are those most in
demand for Spring and Summer;
incliading p3nk=and=wh3te, red=and
white, lblue=and=whDte, brown=and=
white, green=and=whSte, orchid=and=
white, and an attractive variety off
fancy check effects.
Tourist and Travel
for Spring and Sommer
have been thoroughly and effectually
provided for in the Luggage and Trunk
Departments, where a specia? effort
has been made to assemble items of
such quality and distinction as will
most directly appeau to men and
women of recognized socia? stand?ng.
Among the many luggage essentials
for home and foreign travel here dis?
played are the fol Sowing, all represen=
tative of the best type of material and
Plain and fitted Suit Cases and Dress?
ing Cases for mien and women; Travel?
ing Bags in severa? smart styles and
leathers; Leather Pillows; Week-end
Cases and Overnight Bags; Hat Boxes
for men and women; Motor Luncheon
Cases (with service) and Carry~a!ls.
Hat and Shoe Trunks
Steamier and Dress Trianks
and Wardrobe Trunks in au sises
The Fur Storage Department
is prepared to receive
Furs <& Fur Garments
for safe keeping in eo!d storage
The Pur Storage Vaults are located
in the establishment. All furs are
thoroughly and expertly cleaned before
being put in the vaults.
Remodeling and Repairing
at attractive prices
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