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(earn to play a
Titre? prat lea*
Vh?t a wonderirnl thing Ir wfll ba
iaf artv boy wboae Dad makes It
poatibir for him to take hat first
Kaaon on Chxktrraaa day on has
Latent Boeacher C Melotfw ans?
ophone poltahed bras? 6nl?h la
beaut i ful re! vet-lined a?!/??/?
case complete . . . 100
Same outfit with in?trum?nt
beautifully ?ilver plated ?rita
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day ditplas of *U head astat
Etisv Tcrast Arrawgad
117-119 West-46th 9L
?PFN EVENINGS UNTIL 8:30
D. M. Fleming's
10 East 44th St.
for Thursday, Friday
Any suit in the house,
Sacques, 4 Pc. Golf,
Blue Serge* and un?
T/iaae mu it t for
mtrly priced from
$45 to $75.
Store opea 8 A. M. to
7 P. M. during this ?ale
for your convenience.
D. M. Fleming Co.,
10 East 44th St. N. Y. C.
Next Sunday, Dec. 24
l?ele* goo? eerr on eprcial trakt'date far
- ?ft IsasjS '-.. an Kan I rn, : ?taray ?t.
AM.. aVessTV- Kestsrk. ??:Jt AM..
^?afceth, UM AM. Retome.? le.?? Waatv
?agten, 4:Ca) PM. BaMsaete. S.-OO PM.
Plan for County Committee
lo Impr.ni Prineiple?.
of Rrpuhliean Party I?
Laid \*idc by lea?!
Would Cut Chief-** Powef
Resolution I rfea Confi?
dence of People Be Re?
gained Through Proposal
Simuil ft. Koenig refused yesterday
to let the resolution of Martin B
; for a county-wide commit:
pass on psrty policies. I ?calf? unani?
mous consideration. Accordingly, when
the Republican County t onimittee
t?therori last night In Bryant Hall for
its monthly meeting, its sponsor moved
that the resolution be referred to the
committee on resolutions.
The opposition of Mr. Koenig ? ?
?l of hi? public declaration a
week ago. ?hen newspapermen in?
formed him of the proposed resolution.
Us ??1d then he would support a ai
: such as outlined.
?Vould Cut Keanlf*? Power
A f??l mintit?! before th? ej.e
co nmittec met yesterday afternoon Mr.
r *?w th* resolution for the first
When it w?s offered to th?- com
- for preliminary discussion by
Albert Berwin. leader of the 7th A
?embly District, the chairman charac?
terised ?t as an in?ult to evrrv mem
' th? committee. After ?he com
mittee adjourned, friends of the eoun
airman said th? resolution not
?^ould be denied immediate con?
sideration at th? night meeting cf the
parent body, hut would be voted down
if the committee on resolutions ?tat
let it get on th? floor. The praetksl
effect of the resolution would ba t
S Mr. K?rnig and immediate ? ?
soeiatea of their present power,
preamble of the rc?e
.-barged that th* party under Mr
Koenlg's rule In the last two years had
"definitely lost ground." ar.d that not
?ne people but the party worker?
wanted a change. Vhe preamble read
"By the election of 1&20 the people
declared their confidence la the Re?
publican party, but the New York elec?
tions of 3i'21 and 1&22 clearly Indicated
that onr party has defitiitr'y laat
ground. Among the ?ctlvc p?rt* work?
ers in the County of New T? V there
is a distinct feeling tkal th" psrty i?
rot and for some time p?'t has not
aa?a close to Um people; that the pro
pie are weary' of be.: at 1?
-uppoit tlv Repuhlir?!i |
?rbaa they are convinced by It? activi
at it is genuinely working* with
"The Republican party must regain
the confidence of the people, and to
us, the party worker?, is presented the
opportunity of winnlnp back that con?
fident?. Let us bias? th? way for get?
ting close to the people, ascertaining
the wishes of the great majorities, and
thin impose upon our leaders the duty
of executing those wishes of the elec?
torate. I' || for us to see to it that
w>he? are ?lev?
rrcte form? of party principles and
carried to fruition by the Republics*!
Creates District Committees
The resolution called for the crea?
tion of a committee on party policy in
each Assembly district made up of a?
many members as th? district abanld
decide, each of these units to elect
from its membership a number equiva?
lent to the delegates allotted to it in
sute conventions, and this smaller
body to compose the county conference
on party policy, whose function would
be to deliberate on the findings of the
various Assembly districts and formu?
late recommendations to the county
A resolution calling upon the county
committee to denounce the organisa
i f the Ku-Klu.\ Klan ir.
York rity ?nd urging the Pre?ident.
?vernor and the Mayor to conduct ?
investigations into its activities with a
view to eliminating It forever
"our body politic" was offered by
Emanuel Hertz, a lawyer, of Wai
ton Height?. Robert Levta wanted the
resolution given immediate considera?
tion, saying "every red-blooded Ameri
! can In this assemblage wsats it
I passed." The chairman held that under
I the rales It should follow the course
? of the Xaie-Berwin resolution.
Henkel Head? Restaurateurs
| Saya Prohibition Has Ended
Paul Her.kel, of Keen1? Chop House.
vice-president of the Heart of N'?w
York Business Men's A??ociation and
'governor of the Friars ( !uh, ?raa
elected President of th? Society of
j Restaurateurs yesterday. The society '
mpo?ed of 400 owners of eating
j places in Now York City. In taking
office Mr. Henkel commented upon the
effect of prohibition upon the raataa*
rant? of New York and upon the hotels.
"Prohibition ha? eliminated a gr??t
i many subterfuge? or ?o called reetau
j rants," he said, "and the person now
| running a legitimate place is coming
into his own. I admit that it is a hard
| struggle to make both ends meet, but
time will bring about a readju?troent
of the overhead, which is still on a
war-time b?si?. With the rapidly grow -
laaUtWa ef New York the botel
?4 the future will b? the resivSBtlaJ
v.ith a high-clas.?. reasonably
,'priced restaurant. A? an orgs-.ita* ?? ?
Sfa banded together to prevent un
t f?ir legislation. We Intend to observe
i the law, ever, if we do not respe
Alien Student* Speak Here
Envoy? of New European Spirit
Open Amrriean Tour
Four M?dente representing the new
thought of Europ? ar.d th? revolt
agalntt the old regime told an la?
! ing andiene? at th? Hotel Brevoort
; last night just what individualism in
thought is doing for tbe younger col
i leglans in the Old World. Th? young
I m?n, who are guests of th? Nation?!
' Student Forum ander who?? auspice?
they ?poke, will tour the country lec?
turing in about fifty college?.
The visitors are Karl Friedrich.
-:?ity of Heidelberg; Antoin Pa
i 'ecek. University of Prague; Hans Ties
1er. International People's College, El
tlnora, and Plet Roest, University of
Leyden. Tbey ar? to b? Joined a few
day? hence by Jorg?n Hoick, Univer?
sity of Copenhagen, and William A.
, Robson, of tho London School of
The chief aim of the American tour
! ts to lay a foundation for international
Senator Reed Decorated
WASHINGTON, Pec. Ji-Senate:
R?ed of Pennsylvania was among a
group of o Acer? end former officer?
of th* Araty decorated by Secretary
Weeks to-day for exceptional ??
lin war t'me. Senator Read h?ld
a commission a? major in the field
artillery and commanded a battalion
*f th? ?min Field Artiliacy.
School in Panir a* Dog
Bite?? Teacher. 2 Pupil-?
Newark Inntnirlrrsa Heroine* in
Dffrnding ( hildrrn From
( ollir Thou*hi Mad
s big fu"' oag, apparently marl
ran into the Madlion Street ?ehool li
Newark yesterd?y and before it roult
?Ptured hit two pupil? and a
teacher. Tba ?ohool r.a? thrown into
a panic a? the animal raced up and
down the hall?, snapping ?t all who
It Brat entern! the classroom of
rfis Haring, of 112 Park
and leap?d on alx-y? a
France? Booker, of ?t? South
teenth Street. The plung* of the dog'?
heavy body knocked the little girl down
and Mis? Haring, seeing hi? el
over her prostrate form, went to the
re?cue. The animal hit Mi?s Hiring'?
thumb alme?t uff. Forgetting bei
Jury In her anxiety to save the
girl, the teacher wrestled with the dog
and nnallr threw It off. She pie'?.
la? pupil and ran to an adjoining
Harold Sehwoor, fifteen, of 7.'.* South
>enth 8treet. InurcanUd the
racina sa hall ?nd nma hitter,
on the right cheek. Harold Stevens.
twelve, of ?00 South Sixteenth Street,
tried to ?nestle with the dog to over
power It and was bKten on both hand?.
The dog, which was tied up for ob?
servation, Is said to be the property
of Benjamin Kenner, of "12 Spring?
field Avenue. The three injured, of
whom Miss Haring was the avaat
ouily hurt, were treeted by l)r. ,l?me?|
Hesrson, of 374 Avon Avenue.
Dawes Sees Move
To Burv Postoflicc
Former Budget Director
Say?? "Burcaueral?"' Seek
to Submerge Fnrlow'n
"Balance Sheet" Program
CHICAGO, Daa 21 (By The a?io- ?
elated Press 1. Bureaucrat? are at
tlag to throttle "a great reform"
in the "submerging" of the balance
Sannt worker! out for the Poatotnce De?
partment by F. C Kurl'iw, oi
York, president of Um ?tor
Company, a year f.go, in ?M opinion of
Ganara] Charles 0. Dawcs, former di?
rector of the budget.
The general expressed his op
to-day of the "difcgraceful and areh?le
system of government accounting" in
commenting on the fact that he had
heard nothing of the poitoffice balance
ehret, which, he ?aid, hiid been ap?
proved by Will Bays, former Postnius
?ral, since last June.
The mattor could not he dismissed
na a "great fu?? about nothing," the
gene referring to a
remark a 1 Postma*
taaral Hubert Work in specie! 1
hei pablished here to-ds;-.
ptroller General McCarl and
PosUnaster General Want were ab- 1
aolvad from blam? by General Daws?, |
who declared subordinates were re?
sponsible for "chucking into the waste
paper basket" the work of Mr. 1
and his assistant?. The general ?aid:
"With the earnest ro-oper?t!on of '
his predecessor. Pottmaster General
Hays, after OTOT six months of labor
on the pnr irlow, pre
? Otis Elevator Company, ai
thl govern ment under tat
budget aystaal ?t ?i ? year, and .T. c.
1. vice-president in charge of ac
iig, and four assistant?,
was prepared for the first time
his country not. only a bal?
ance sheet of the postofflce Depart?
ment In terms oaderstandaele by the
average man. but a report in the ac?
cepted husiness form of the en
operation? of the department for the
first quarter of this year.
"Just before I left Washington I
fou..d th?t. without the knowledge of
the Comptroller General, this whole
matter had been chucked into the waste
paper basket, so to speak, by a lot of
subordinates who were opposed U
change and who, in his own organisa?
tion, had Be] ? the attention
of the Comptroller GeMTa] himself.
"KortunateH , the m?tter cannot be
'???missed with such departmental
phraeea as "a great fusa about
ionien Ask Peace Revision
? OPDnUOBN, Dec. 21?Miss J?n?
Addams, Miss Catherine Marshall and
Mi-? Jeanne Melin. representing th?
Women's Peace Leagna, came to Copen?
hagen to-day to present to the Premier
and the Foreign Minister the league'?
demand for revision of the Versailles
Treaty and to ask the govern:
sympathetic co-operation to that end.
Lloyd George (ioes to Spain
LONDON, Dae. it Former Premier
Lloyd George, with his family, i
parting for Alfvelras, Sp?in, where he
will take a vacation which may last
for a month. Lard BirkenheadL Baron
Riddel! and Sir Robert Barns?, It i? an
derKtood, expect to join him there
iC??rlssW fea? ??? ??>
- nim world will find hlra?elf
posed by every member of the Natio
->tlon of Women's Club?.
Think Arhu.klr Bad for PablU
Pee. 21.- ?
ting ?gain?? Rowoe C. Arbuck
re 'inung work In motion pictures \
-, the h??dqu?rt?r? ftsff n
Nstional Education Association to..
t H. Hays, of the motion plet
producer? and di?tr1bniors of Amerl
i It ask? Mr. Hay? to reopen the case
| Arbuckl?. ?nd th?t the movte art.!
reconsider his "deelilon of elemene
? ?ctor." the t?legr?m ??Id
s 11? it IT whose Influence on pur
ide?l? I? direct ?nd powerful. M
ci?lly are motion picture ?ctor? Ide
? <,.' th.uissnd? of Ameri<
Thoie who nre charged W
ting the mt?r?st of youth ?
ibtedly insist that Arbuekle fil
be not shown in t?etl respective ?tal
Chicago Wowten Join Frote?!
?>?v-iol W.eofc*. fa Ta? m?*?'
AGO. Pee. 21.-Clubwomen a
mothers' club? here entered iorrr
protest to-day against th? return
"Patty" Arbuckl? to the motion p1
i tore world, announced by Will H. HaJ
T> ? action ws? taken in connect;
Men'? A'SOcUtlon. rep re? e?.'.
ion theater owners in the ?ta*
;?tter organisation is taking ?
?ability of putting on AltaKI
bet in view of the storm ral?!
? vximtn action it.?;- be d?ferr<
until the R*pp incident, which cau"
Arbuckle's dirbarment. ha? had time
The Parent-Teacher associa'
ar? firmly against any Arts? ? ?
tures and the theater owner? feel t
r.iglrt that they are taking chances I
a virtuel boycott if they put on U
film?. <>ut of the thaaaa?aa of woms
represented by the ^srlous club? wl
considered the case to-day ther? sn
? disserting voice, s
????man said she fe1' th?' ever/ huma
ss the r?rht to come b?ck.
Boston Ma) N?4 I.iff B?n
Spe.^l tmpal'h ta 77.? T??*" ?
BOSTON, Dec. It May
minister, and representative women
club leaders generativ condemned th
plan of th? moving picture promote!
to pnt "Patty" Abuckle back into th
Many termed the action a h<
triyal of the confidence shown by th
people in their recent defe?t of th
movie censorship referendum in thi
state. Oth?>r? severely for'd Wl
Mayor Cnrley, who is a member o
the local informal censorship
said b? Believed all AraaaaJ?
should ?? barrr.J daepita ?lay?'? ..
. '^nly u matter of pyV:
morals but one in7olvlng the protec
Ministers generally condemned th
?">?tstem?nt. .h t '??mer..
Philadelphia Women Indlgnsnt
rp*riai nupauh i? Th? re tases
PniLADELPHIA. Dec. 21. -Womei
are Indlgnsat at th? possibility
return of P.oscoe (Fatty) Arbu
"It Is disgraeef-il." ?aid Mr
Ham E. Buehler, president
Weaua'l Hub, of Gerraarttown. "It i<
harmful to young people,
cour?-? ' i to b?!'?ve ?*e ? ?
of such a life as Arbuckl? le
?hould protcat strongly against th?
kind (?' life some of our noria sUn
are reported as leading."
i hartes Irving Purnell, pre?-!
der.t of the Hathaway Shakespeare
< lub, said: "We muit stop letting
down the bars in matters like thi?. If
society allows Itself to be guided en?
tirely by the Gospel rule. 'Let him
who is without ?in throw th? first
stone' no on? would ?ver b? convicted
for ? crime."
Fe?r that th? incidents and evi?
dence of the Arbuekle trial would be
brought before tr? minds of young
Iren wa? eXpr*ssed s, >?
Hunt!:i7, president of th?
< iub. Speaking fat tl s W. C, i. i
Mrs. Imogen? Oakley said: "Wl
, naturally o- ? ???ira of such
! a cliaract? r to the m?
Mr?. .1. Uddon Pc-noek. pre?idrn*
of the Twentieth Century Club, s?i<!
: club women would fight Arbuckl?'? r?
turn in a body.
Would Bar Film? in Gaorgla
*?ec<oi pUfntnl, ?? Th? TrOn ?
ATLANTA, Dec. 21. Georgia clnb
? women to-d?y took steps to bar **'r
J Arbuckl?'? motion picture? from this
?Ute. Mrs. Alonr.o Richardeon, an of?
ficer of the AtlsnU Woman'? C?ub. the
| better films committee ?nd clalrman of
the civics committee of thi National
, Association of Federated! Woman's
1 Ciaba, issued this statement:
I "We are ready to go Infc e?
| keep Arbuekle pictures faVn coming
back into Georgia. The lad of the
motion pictur? industry rn?d?. s
mistake when he reinstate Arr
fThe womanhood of the country ?ft
. ? to Arbuekle? com
Ing back, but we bollere he ought t
do ?o in a humbler manner than b
appearing in pictures before million
ofchlldren. Let him ?tart his com?
bark by using a ho? ?nd ?hovel.
Atienta clubwomen h?-e called
?pecial meeting to prote?t again
?flowing Arbuckle picture? here.
WFNATfHF. W.?h.. De* 'l.-Ple
-fatty- Arbuckle wi
be ?ihlblted li
man. chairman of the motion ;
of tl,? city coun
WALL* WALLA, Wart
Pieiure? showing Rosroe Arbur*
cont? l.arred here, aceordini
I lli?1. 'The s?ntt
ment ?r?.?n?t Arbuckle has not changer
here and I ?e> r.o reason for allowim
his pictures to he r Be de
? ?vggestlon ef the return af Ar
buckle to the ftin,? Is an outrage ami
Insult to the public, the He?.
of Minlatet i. ? ild when ht
ed Arhurkle ?gain would bt
shown in motion rictur. s.
V II Producer? Mar Film?
was announced ken to-night the Nan
Hampshire Picture Producer?' Associa?
tion hSfl bsrred any Usai featuring.
R >?roe i "Fatty" i Arbuckle in any city
or town af the ??ate.
Him Hun au Organized
By Hays Opposes Rulin?
Cath?Hc //.?*/> fin?s * ?tir of
Picture* Gsdtty t<f "Error
in Judgment" on ArUtuklr
Pram Tkr Tnbvri WaTahlaWlam Hvt%.>
. the Arbuckle relrstaternent by
R. H?>?. Charlea A. McMahon.
director ef the I Baree?
of the National i Mho||c Welfare Coun
cil and a member of the executive cam
mitte? un publie, relations organised br
Mr. Hs;? to o-operate with \\ *
?f%\r out t
lowing i ??: ? irh' I
"The announcement ef Arb'jrkle's
tatement hy Mr. Hays eemee a? a
theea >ho hn<! been
I'd to believe th;,t there \> .
: aay room in the motion picture
ry for pereeaa o? the Arhackl?
I feel that Mr. Hay? has mis
ji:Jge,l the temper of th? American
? if he think? they will agT?fl
hi? action in the Arbuckle cate.
"Mr. Bays and his employer? are
guilty of an error of Judg?
ment which is certain to arnu'e wide?
spread condemnation, but are liki
guilty of failing to keep faith with
the American people in making
en the incorporated aims and purpnte?
of the National Association of M
- Producers and Distributors, s?
frequently r?pe?.ted by Mr. Hay.?
?trate it.r moral and
?Urd' of tk
I *o is.
the industry and I
er???e the aire? :
?tantly growing defection in motion
picture ttt?nd?nre on the part of peo?
ple who by ?tayir.g away from the
T.ories fre! that they car. la this way
'jrot( ?t agalni'. the abuse and not the
proper u?e of the met?an picture?.
"T> a niel f the
NaUonsl i , fare t our.
demr? this o'e.-i?ion to reinstnte Ar?
buckle and will call upon its affiliated
organiiations of Catholic men and
?women to work in their '??ft??1"
cemmunltie? throughout th? United
,t th? ?bowing of the
Schenck Says of ProtV?. ?
Producer B ho Announced ??.
Would Rr-etnploy Arbtnkh
l?flfg f /innre /* Ihir Art or
i ? Protests
anre in motion picture? mui'
who said h? woul I re-?mploy Ar.
said "It is not ( llllstian like of
ladeasa Arbuekle bei?
had been hesrd."
"Arbuckl? Is willing la m??t these
ministers fee? to far? at si
?t any ?atea *o defend hln?el(
?aid. "I(o and I hav? the ,
? for these men, but it I
fait In them to condemn him without
giving him a trial. It i? not ? matter
of money with m?. I don't w?nt to
mak? a dollar ?at ?I Arbuekle. 1
simply think he should be given a
ehsne? and I am going to put him to
Ihe session of the West |
SB Church, of which th.
Will 11. Heys spok? last Sunday night,
ent n telegram ta Mr. Hays reading:
"TaW ?tatemen*, from West Lake
pulnit relative to your intentions as
motion picture director, impressed the
?ession and membership with your
sincerity and honesty of purpose. V<m
m?d? osltlve ?nd unequivocal promises.
Ii.deed, your own words were 'that
you had full authority ?nd would have
no alibi to off?r.'
"W? honored ?? d HefMtad
? fellow elder. Your action in rein
slating Arbuckl? is In ?bsolut?
??nee with your promise? frort: oor put
pit. Will yea not rescind the Arbuekle
Pasteur Centenar) ObftW
rial commemorative exercise? I?
h in honor of th? 100th anniver?
sary of the birth af I<o<iia Pa?t*ur were
held in th? Waldorf-Astoria la?t alaht
i Alllanc? Fran?aise de .Sew
York, with Andre Morir.e, of Harvard
I 'slty, aa the special lc.t'trer.
P?stear*l nsme is ? baas?hold word
beciu-o it ws? tien c.f eh?
pnce,?, of psifeuri'stion that reduced
infant ?aortalIt] : led milk.
Professor " . I? fs
v -chmsn and sk'
ger.lus in I'i Kmest La
Place, or Philadclphis. I last
students from A rho studier!
under the great biologist, ??id I ?
the greatest genius who ever live
end showed some specimens which Pas?
teur had ?e?!e?I In a l.-eontacl* before
h*> died. <.. rt, Frrrc
r-neral, vras present. Charle? A.
?r, president o: the Allianc?
Fran?aise, Introduced the speakers.
I . S. to Sit at Santiago
I HINT,TON. Dec. 21
Densrtmen: formed V
sador Mathieu of th..
'iient's sc< ? that
.-/'? invit?t lea to attend th '
pan-American confer' .itiago
In March. The Amei cation,
? it was said, will be appo.ntcj so
BOOM Voira IVnoion Inereaae
WASHINGTON. Dei. II. The House
to-day adopted the conference report
! on the Bursuni bill, which would in
? creas* p*n?ions of eivil and Mexican
?e'?n? from $50 to $72 a month
| and tho?e of widows of veterans from
ttO to $50 with $? additional for e?ch
Honor Author of
Dr? Banting, Toronto Seien?
Hat. TeUf Medieine Aead?
emy of Kxpprimentn|,r,id
in? t?> Im?sii]in*?* DitMl '
Call Treatment "Wraele/'
Marcelo??? Keeoveri?-- li% I *??
of Solution Ket'ounted
by New York S|?enali?t?t
8 i a hundred usually re?erve-i
York physiciana disturbe.i .* ?e,?ntifle
calm of the Acsderny of Medicine last
night with an extraordinary tribute
0, Ranting, of Toronto.
?rer of the new insulin
ment for diab?:
? it, a low
ia%e apparently in hi? early thirtlei,
-?a ?impelled to aris? and bow his ac
kno V dgment? three times
vigorous applause of his professional
H? spoke for forty minute?, describ?
ing in detail the sieerlinenti through
which he hsd arri-er! ?t what w?? later
termed "a miracle working ?olution."
Throughout hi? address he gave the
cr?d.? ry to the (
of seienl iti st Toronto University,
known a? the "Toronto gfg
New York au- ihete?,
who snoke after him. '?o-.ve-?r. gave him
entire credit for the dl?ro>'
Hanllng Hole ( red!
ing that ?r-lenfjid tribute," ?a .
Frederick M Ulen. "He ha? made on?
of tN nicovene? of modern
medicine, and the name Ranting will
be written large in medical history.
The best men have been trying without
?eeecet for thirty year? ?o do what
he has done in less than twc. And he
wa? not a diabete? .peciali.^t, a ehem
ist or even an internalist, but a sur
geon wh?n he ?ta
fir. Henry R. Ceyelln, direeter
metabolism l.iborator latbia
?' as equally warm i:t his
Ire experiments detailed ?
g began early in 1C21 and ?till
are in progress. He first used dogs for
his subject ?s, then cow? ?nd
finally pigs. The pancreas of ?
wa? found to contain the best el<
for the in?ulin ?olution, which
Jectcd into the diabetic patient's blood
and which replacei the function? of the
disabled pancreai so the patient may
properly aeilm.late hi? food The so?
lution is In alcohol. It has been used
in New York hospitals ?inec Au/
Man-ellona Cure? Told
Storle? of marvellous r*<-<
were related by Tr. Banting a
New York ipceieliite, end ;
?how?d lantern ??ids? of ??iu~
"?tmsnu ^ *??
A warning w?. |?uH ? D
sgsinst .r, ,^H
in favor of
"I ?rn fe?
be on sale in drug ,?
> , <\"\ i;
? I standing
dent, presided, and
1er also jo *.?
I your property ca
sists, in part, of M
estate, this Trust cS
pany can I* of except^
service to your ?JT
as executor uniera
For over thirty yean tfc
Trust Company hat bee,
appraising real estait
values. It has logy
hundreds of milit?os t
dollars on real estate aw
has sold nundreds of t$\
lions of dollars *i root.
authority on real estate
Kut if you haw reason
for wanting aMMfcaj
as executor, nwiihim^
fully how hdpJi tkg&
edge and experttctttwli
be to that indivtdgjl, ??
co-executor with htm. He
member, too, that the
executor's fees are the
as for an individiul/NDf
governed by law.
Yon nre cordially invitttl t? cssnt
44 Ccmrt Str-t . ?mtjt
Constant, reliable servie
??ay Charles C. Fitzmorrii
Superintendent, Chicago Police Di
'1 f?al quit? ?er? that ?restarts?? ?j1 il be tntereetad In th? raeerd ef tita f?
Marmor, car? which havo boon in the ?*r*toe ef the Motor Detect*va Sos
of th? Chicago Polk? Dopertroont la the past 11 asontb*.
"Thsso ear? ?sa hi csnataeit samea day ard aUj*t - <? dm?
? ?ii?vl to ?arh car dorlnc th? 14 hour?. Tbay bar* arrea*?* t*,0Oi mil
aas? m thr paat )*?r ar.4 oar racortj? tr/rw that th? tMal matnrr
?*?>? hetaa- .erst-ed %.3.t2 p?r month per csr.
"Tu* tn-wt p!?asinr thiri? to thi? d?p?rUi**Ttt is tit? rorviari:?btr ?na
amount of time tbattbeae cars boro beeii Mil ?a sen Ira fur rovsir?. V
aav? found them rahabkt Sad ?.?>?e-!i. atd their agilitr ?s ?a ieaiseli
NOTE the 24-I?JL three-?hiri ?ervice arfl then d
it with the nc*rn?f^j?TBW an automobile. Taat accouf
c ^SLarerigini % \ at 3 : per triol
?.e nstional sversge lor r.orma^Vafjc of Mirm
local conciitions i? |a.~i.
in .^?v York and vicini:y, where drivin^^noUtron? are
les? ?evereVaa analysis of the mecuinical maintenance cosu of
Marmors ornhe 1922 ?cries tbowi the average to be only ?,4. 3 J
per inon'h. i\m i? in the form o? a certifi?e audi: which will
be shown to anmne w^?lBatOtatcd.
anee. And til
ing the, cost of
for the afin?tint;
Marmon Automobile (Mf New York,
I860 Broadway at 62nd Street
W.L.Doiifflas shoes aro art ual lyrieina ndetl.
year after year by more people than any
other shoo in the world
BECAUSE W? En Pimtei ha? r.een
- making surpassingly
good glaOgsl for forty-six years. This
experlCWet of nearly half a century
in making shoes su i table for Mm and
Women In nil walks of 111?' .-should
mean ??omelhiiiRr to ton m hen yam
need ahoe*- and aro looking for tho
best shoo vulucs lor your mouey.
WLDOUGLAS ?n<?? ?" ?tyleviual
- it*, material and
workmanship arc better than e\er
before; only by examining thorn
can you appreciate their superior
WLDOUGLAS *]u*? nrr Put lnto
all of our HO
stores at factory cost. We do not
make ono cent of profit until the
?hoes are sold to you. It II worth
dollars for \ou to know that wlicii
you buy shoe? at our Mores
??ex.. ? ? h ?... m ??.? MnAm? No Matter Where Yon Live
YOU PAY ONLY ONE PROFIT. shoe dealers, an suPpl> yom-.it,,
\\ ?L, Douglas shoe?. |r not < ??s?
Violent torallatone of our stores
ask your denier for >V.L.l>oii(r
las ?hoes. Protection against
unreasonable profits Is guaran?
teed by the name and price
stamped on the sole of even pair
before the shoes lea*e the fac?
tory. Itefn.se substitutes. Tho
pricesarcthe sanio e\er\ ? hstt*
$4.00 & $4.50
Pt&G?NG. SHOCS i
7 YE?\RS OrACC.
ir not ros a* it in your vicinity,
110 Spork S?r?.1.
TO MUCH ANT St lfno4ta;*ri? yourttvn han* ?.
W.L Jru/pVo? ?Am?, urlt* totey for eicluile*r,gku
t?r?nit* ttl* e?/C*??/linc. ??/c? lwn-Q-.tr ?, c
W. L DOUGLAS STORES IN GREATER NEW YORK:
?Si Vauisn Ttrrrt
?47 Hr'MMlwa?. near 14th
14*3 RrMd??. (Tlmea r?s.>
???4 TMrtl %?enoe
?Hfl* Thlrt Irrsg?
?:???? TMr.i It? . c?r. i??h ?t.
?':*? ThlM \?e he? USth a
SI? rjfhth ti.ng?
?15? WeJt I'rt'h ?trert
?'.'?ker??IS V. IlreaMwa.
' llohokew?ltO Usshlntton SI.
??'??4 ?*1fth At?.. e?r. SflOi M.
i ?*?* Bro<??1?>a*, i'eur rj
?'S?7 Broadway, ror. Gate? \>r
?47? nOh A?e . .or. IIH
??.">? Manhattan \te. i.rn npolnt
' ?44? Fait?? sn-?e?
! MM hi.l<-kerh?w-t.er \.e.
Jersey Ht)?IS N-??fW o,
?I n'nn Mill--ITS llerg enlliie
?Newark?Ml Broad Street
Stores asarke? wit* a * carry c?-??l?t? Last ?f W. L D?a|las Ssoei ier Woaes.
r Wilier? of genuine zAmtr?un K?ngtrat
Boon andihatt formtn andTreswn
"I want a pair of shoes
A myriad men and women say it every
day in the week?-"I want a pair of shoes?"
What shoes? Just-shoes. No particular
make, but merely a pair of shoes that we
try on, pay our good money for, and
they become our unknown, untried
But suppose wc go to the store where Edwin C^ff
Shoes are sold. "Shoes" will then mean something
definite to us: comfort, good looks, long wear, a?
choicest materials, and a seventy year old rcrjutatt?
for skill and integrity that is acknowledged byci?y
A pair of Edwin Qapp Shoes mean? ?i^vi<lualitjf ^
?shoes that any man or woman may proutlly wt*.
Try a pair.
EDWIN CLAPP STORES
Downtown: 1*46 Fulton Street Uptown: 6 East 42nd Si**
me.?- Broadwaj) (near 5th Aseaue)
Tested kwew of Mending
-tasty^psVwij by millions