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Rush Coal Here
To Meet Crisis
If Storm Comes
?affcr. Oon? e Fourni on
Vater Fronts. Being llur
rir-H 0%et Kiver for Re
amgmp? in 1 ?'-? ?W lie-l'p
\ppeaN for More ?Coal
fo?nJi" W?*? Wa-hiii|cli?n
lo Speed Shipment?? to
Kill ? p ?City*! Vllotment
?Mr?or<iin*r*?' ?*rTort? are being made
.jj,, Vdministration to get
* the rr .era to Manhattan and Long
?mW? ??err ounce of coal that con be
??i ?a "nd in
_-, y?rd?. to strengthen the metro- ?
.'? ?aaplirs over the holiday and
? ?il. .?* ?wrr e
?.?.Mull the dangers of the greater
;n .-s*-?- W?
^itpmtr.t ?tormDounO. : he work
', 'l#et,tia? the coal and moving it
??ros* lb? H??*?n ?*?' ' ? r? ?*a?
a fall prtftt* jaater?ny. It went on
cheut tb? ?'gbt and will continue
ia-aa-j'???'???"'" ,w ???**?? until all of
?At? ?"?mir** ?ert n? available have been
ted |?jajn ?.*.? daragei
rtertr?!.'..' ' ! crisi?, result
mt*nU au?- S State Fuel Ad
?m H Wiaiadin
?t-k, f?.r Conference
o?n with >om office, thi? rnori
?ter New York
taatthi- r-r.ortage be immediately made
ur ? effort be
arc' ' -'Ught about by the
r?!-j ? ? iTive this
mediate attention. We will
a.!l figur? s ?ill facts
ta ex- 'ii with M
-an hi? ar
.ai ?Hstribu* i' t:.
? New York and
ntattor of having this
made up to meet
preterit ?merger M do all in
ieke immediate ?hip
mtnts for immediate rtilief of gr?ater
rind I.a.iig Island, starting
not liter than Tuesday morning.*'
Thi? work is under the direction of
Harry T. Peters, assistant fuel admin
nut at noon ;. ?
itj on ? motor truck to round up a
itorm supply ?it coal. Mr. I
to?r<" . l-land
?nb- ting all coal that could
M i1.- and expediting the
aevimi rit ot shipment? over both
Provide \cain-t Storm
It was said last night that all fuel
'.tn? available will be marshaled to
Cigainst another storm. A
? fall -wf snow or a ?harp drop
i p? rat uro that might clog the
?ra-avh movement of coal, either by rail
?r within the city, would be trying
? riiient froiai the mines
" wan concerned yesterday'a figure?
;<etory, according to emer
? lltiona, it WB? learned. Many
I car? came in during the aft
? n and the n .ntinued all
The production at the mine?
wa? fair, it was said, but another lay?
off of the 'lie sort that took
place over ( hnstma? i? expected on
Exhaustion of the ?mall stores of
many of the local ?mall dealers, due
partly to * I ron of
???, resulted in the be
Ing of free distribution in Brook
yesterday. Two 'en-ton truck,
were sent to poor la tit*
aEaatoi their loadi I?
tnbuted in lOO-pour.d lot?. The fuel
w?? provided by the Wyomin;
Company a? part of It? donation of
lOoooo pou- ?tribute?! ??
1 New Year's git\ ?.. hold? r- of card?
out by ??nous philanthroi
Truck Near Bridge Plaza
One truck ??ai stationed at R' ?
\U?a?burg Bridge Plaza, and the other
?t Red Hook Park, Richards Street.
Th? Health I?. partment said that it
will deliver coal I ?here there
lanes? in th? Borough of Queens.
If thf plan is ?ucce??iu! it will be pu.
into operation In other boroughs. Th?
man i. ? tom
P'.unH bag-?, at a price between 70
??on by the
borough fuel ?dr.
A truck can. pour.ds at
toal was ?ent Out in the Jamaica neigh?
borhood to deliver emergency supplies
ander this plan, under th? direct
at 140 Fulton f
A proposal to empty loft? and cellars
tinxes, a? waa done during
the war-time coal shortage, was made
?day to Administra'<>r Woodin by
?rnJoye! ?-cretary of the Na
tionnl Security League.
"There are in New York City great
?ecumulations of boxes, barrels and
ases In cellars and war?:houses, which,
f placed upon the sidewalks of the
city, would shortly be gathered by
able, to burn wood, thereby sav?
ing a great quantity of coal for a few
'I made thi? suggc?tion to -Colonel
If Woods, when he wa? eommis
apo. and he had such
an order issued to the departn.
the last day of his regime. If it is
well advertis.-d. 1 believe it? effect
would be very good. This can !..
1b all the larpe cities, particularly
where hard cor?! ia used, and th
fo ? rah!? money and also
tatve the furl for a time when it may
h? absolutely n- cessary to ?ave life."
(??al Fx.eed? Hi, Quota
Daniel J. Sweeney, of 12-17 East
Tenth I'klyri. who obtained a
order directing the Fuel Admin?
istration to ?how cause why certain
?ections of the emergency fuel act had
*?t been enforced, and who wa? found
|o have more .'.al than the l?w allow?
ir, was in I.akewood,
h of interviewers. In
?n letter to Mr Sweeney, made public
*y Administrator Woodin he said Mr.
?weeney'? excess supply amounted to
?t ?east three tona, o? which immediate
???position must be made.
Word from Albany wa? that there
?till wa? expectation that Mr. Woodin
continue as Fuel Administrator.
r-itb would mar
?? Mr. Woodin's resignation
?. R. 1"Vn<l|?-igli >uvcet an -penB
R. Wadleigh ?a Fed
?V / tor to succeed Con
," ' ' o retire? voluntarily
^?Buary |, wa, ann<?ir,c. ?I today at
***** Mr. Bpen?'? ?instant.
Holiday Liquor Floods City as
Dry Forces War on Revelers
IC-?*-***.????! fnm MM ta?,
have a? many ar thirty or forty plaaaa
, V"} Attorney Ilayward re
ru"<,<1 ' - the parpo?? of the
'he nature of mo??. 1Ur*u,.
tr up New
? progre??mi; by d<
? anlj the mili? ?,pen viola
, * iied. ?nd th?. hand of
the law rested comparatively lightly
upon offender?, ?ervinf them only with
official document? requestmg their ap?
pearance at ?oRie latar date to an?*-*.?r
to charge? .if cxce??
monies, in brief Thi? roc*??
I? to be more severe. Har?n mm
if necessary, ?re authori-e.i bv brignrl?
' Yellrrul.v. prohibition dir.
Usued the followinc statement * ?
OOklal Dry Edict
"There have been numerou? in
quire? a? to the intended procedure
? office in ? Tient of the
national prohibition act in caser,
where violation? are -1 r* cab
?r.t?, hotel and other restaurant* in
the State of New York during the New
Yenr1? Eve festivities.
"There mfim to br < onsiderable fear
of apprehension on the part of a num?
ber of people, who eem to think that
it is the intention of the agenta work?
ing under my direction to unnrccs
?arily embarras? them by summoning
them as aitaaaaaa In the event viola?
tion!? are discovered in restaurant?,
! cabaret?, etc., where they may happen
fl of the of.
"For whatever ???.ti ?fact i on it will
be to the general public I wish em?
phatically to ?tat? that every effort
! will be put forth by m? and the agents
! w-orking under my supervision to keep
i at a minimum violations of the nu
tional prohibition act, not only duruig
the holiday? but at all time? during the
year. To the end that a prop.
' ?pect for the law will be manifested
! my agents will visit and inspect all
j places where the public gather?, and
; where violations are found arrests will
' be made and violators presented for
"The people who comply fully with
the law need have no fear of embar
| raising cirrun stances attending their
j efforts to spend enjoyable evening? in
r restaurants, but they will
I mo?t eetrtalnlT be rirrest.d nnd held if
? intoxicating beverages an- found in
! their possession or being used bj
j in public places. Where lavara
compliance with the law there is
no need fcr fear of raids by my ;..
I but when visitor? to cabaret? hi
nd partie? at neighboring
tables using intoxicants, they can mo?
mentarily expect raids by agents from
"It i?. my ?incere. hope thai
rtic will be able to enjoy n most pleas?
ant and comfortable celebration of the
New Year without compelling my
agents to embarra?? them with arrest
or prosecution, but if it should ..o
happen that by their arts Uu;
made themselves subject to arrest,
thi)' will have themselves to blame
for the commission of the offen -
should certainly hold rn III
?gains' aSkearu nrha impersonally and
conscientiously perform ti
Warning: Beware Stranger?!
There ?re ot least 100 dry agent?
in town whose faces are not familiar
to the habitue? of the region between
i the Circle and the Square. Sc;.t
! been reserved for a number of tr
i the liveliest temples of Momua and
When this new? gets abroad
faiaa to make !t a difficu
ning for those who love to be kind to
All the restaurants and banquet
room? of the city hotels hav.
decorated elaborately wit), flower? and
light?. Special program? of novel en
: teitamments have been arranged. Sou
venir? ranging from boxes of can.iy to
elaborate gift? will be distributed and
?need last night that
! forty-two banquet and dining rooms,
with twenty-seven orchestras and one
i pipe organ, a-ara ?nga_*ed foi U
In Per?hing Square the hostelries of
, the Bowman group, including the Bil'.
I more and Commodore, will be the scene
of considerable merrymaking.
ballroom will contain as many people
) a? a small up-atate village. A' the
. r l.M'O people will at
? supper dance to be held under
the auspices of the Composite Lodge,
nether floor the
; . will
hold a supper d.'nc'v
At the Plaza there has been a grest
t try table
. grill room and terraced restaurant
R. pis, th?
As'.oriu.the Ritz-Carlton. Sherry*?,
? Pierre's, Delmonico's, the Margnery,
: t-rraioc and all the sa
1 have had a record demand fo
I Year'.'. Eve re?crvations, and th.
' ning evidently ha? not
. d?mp. i rdor of the throng who
I have signified their intention of
I the old year out in the bot.
The Astor announced -"aaUrda** that
j more than 7,000 reservation? have been
nada, toara. The Aator, the favorite
hotel with women'? c'.uo orjroniration*,
1 will have twenty seven orchestras
1 playing for dancing patrons. A spe?
cial supper dar,. ' held in the
grand ballnom, and other suppers will
be served in the Orangerie, the North
rant and the Indian Grill.
Dry \?i\v Flagship Inert ;
Rum Runners Steal In
( r*u Suspended on Liquor
< harge and Engines Are
liownAfter Mysterious Order
Although at least fifteen whisky run
i ner? were known to be loafing outside
I the three-mile limit, **??* I
i chance to ?iip into port, the prohibition
i cutter Hanaen. the only vesael of the
dry navy here capable of negotirihr.g
? the ?ea? beyond the Narrows, wa? laid
up at it? pier last night, unable to put
? to ?ea for hour?.
Not only had the Hansen'? crew of
right men been suspended from duty
, under charges following the discovery
on board by Custom? agents of twenty
ca?e? of whisky, said to have been re?
tained from a quantity of whisky the
of the Hansen found on a dia
, abled schooner, but the prohibition
? cutter'? engines had been diamantled
on orders received from a mysterious
Through some misunderstanding' the
marine division of the Police Depart?
ment was not notified of the plight of
j the Hansen, and it was believed that
'? all the fifteen whisky runners
racing for the unguarded Narrow? with
cargoes aggregating more than 60,000
case?, valued at about t .000,000.
Source of Order? I'nknowtt
It could not be learned who issued
I the orders that tied up the Hansen,
I but orders bad been received, it was
1 said, to repack the engine? and before
they could be canceled, the engines
were in a state trat made it impossible
to think of using them for tour?.
John D. Appleby, Prohibition Zone
Thief and ex-offlcio commodore of the
dry nsvy. said that until he heard the
t for duty he had be?
lieved the veisel to be on patrol duty
in the Lower Bay.
While the raiders from the Cu?tom
Hou?e were rummaging in the hold and
crew's quarters of the Hansen in their
?ucces?ful hunt for li.iuor earlier in
the day, a schooner and two powerful
motor boata, believed to hail from the.
Bahama? and to be carrying t?1
?ailed unmolested through the Nar?
row?, it waa learned.
am R Sander?. Deputy Super- ;
vi?or of the Port, was a?.
Appleby If roe? would
come to the a??i?tanc? of the crippled
dry navy in the face of the invasion of
the whi?ky runner?. He ?aid he had no
Vflasel? available for auch aarri
if anybody would tell him whrr
liquor was being landed he wo
glad to ?end customs agent? there with ,
. instructions to arre?t thoie handling
raid which customs agents made
i .in the Hansen was directed by 0. A.
r cloth sack? containing h
of liquor and two loose bottles were in
th.- e*rnv**r*i quarter? forward. On
. of liquor wa? found in a galley locker. ,
were hidden in the me??
1 room. Eleven bolt!? .d in
; the berth of the chief engineer and ,
about fourteen case? wer.- ?ecreted be- ,
hind barrel? and in waste and rags
The contrahand wa? placed under cu?
Following the vi?it Capt?m George
in comm?nd of th? H?n?en. wa?
summoned to report before Mr. Apple
by. and hi? crew of eight men were
| suspended under charge?. A confei
i wa? held l ? ?ty Sarvej-ai ll
ir?rt and Mr. Ap- a re '.
a? made t ?*? Director
Yellowley. who ordered the suspension
: of thi
The liquor found on board t*he Han
i? men to ;
have been part of a caru-o of M
, .-ed from the Su.nie \'.
lag inotorship. which was
?caught in the ?toim of December 28.
' probably two men. either
were drown?. 1 or ?bandonrd the bo?t.
I The ?loop was driven ??>
| mouth of the Shrewsbury River, New
Captain Diser was absolve,- from all
blame ir. the matter by the customs
official? und by the prohibition official?.
CapUm Diser's ama raralaa of the
"We were working in a heavy ?torm.
All the liquor that was salvaged was
picked up with boat I .uuled
on board. I had my han.!? full to
keep the Ranaen from going aground
und for this reason I <li.i not keep a
.. that was
"I believed that the report and the
r to th.- Custom? De
| the men* he is of the ere* <1 i.l ?
i was fifhting the storm is ? matter of
: which I had no knowledge. I was a?
surprised a.? any one when they found
The crew of the Han?en ?re ordinary
seamen, but they rate al?o as on
tion ngents. The Hansen carries two
! customs agents and to these agents is
?he raid and seizure aboard the
prohibition fh.r/ship. as they ch >eked
? i 11. i -.. o r a? ll was baaled
?aboard the Hansen and discovered the j
! shortage later.
14 Held in Rum Deal
Fare Hearing Tuesday
l.a Montagne Brothers tttul It)
Alleged Aids To He Ar.
raigned; tillar Inquiries
The faarteen persons indict? d Friday
; hy the Federal Grand Juiy ll .onnec
! tion with it? investigation into the
d distribution of $1,070,000 worth
of liquor in the cxclu?ive circles of
New York society will be arraigned
Tu??s.lav before United State? ("ommis
! sioner Hitchcock.
The four allofBd prinripsl? in the
'conspiracy to violate the Volstead act,
! M?ntala**? I? Montagne and his :
, er?, Morgan I". . William A. and Reno
M.. will hnv.. Harford T. Marahall. of
fore I mer Hitchcock.
ras said yesterday that much of
'formation on which the indict
?urned wa? not made
public, and that United Stats
tontey Hey ward has a number s
portant facts not yet revealed regard
ir.g the operations as bootleg-;.
persons in the city of influence and so
At i Tennis Club, |70
Avenue, the member, of which
aid to have bought freely at
I liquors supplied at the P)ub by the
Montagne brother?, it was said that
would be no statement forthcom
: i oui the t lul>.
.re, widely known as a polo
I player, whrr lives at the Hotel V.
I ifty-fourth Street, said he
oi.l not ear. the action of the
; Grand Jury. Morgan E. La Montague,
who lives at ll? East Fifty-third Bi
| was reported to be out of th.
Drj League Commend? Official
Mi. Marshall aras an Assistan*
trial Attorney under William Travers
William H. Anderson, State Super
.lent of the Anti-Saioon League,
I yesterday issued the following state?
ment regarding the Federal I
Jury's action and the statement of Mr.
"I hav criticized the non-ac
of the office of the United Btati
? v for the Southern Dietriet of
| New York and what I believed to b?
j its misdirected activity in trying to
i discredit the prohibition enforcement
j unit after failing to give it the
i co-operation it was entitled to.
"Now 1 an triad to be able to eom
j mend unqualifiedly. The Indictment
' of liquor criminal? of wealth and ?o
! cial prominence wi'I have a wholesome
effect. Mr. Ilayward's appeal to the
r.fticials. to the clergy and to the pub
! lie is on a high plane. He and hi?
staff on that basi? deserve the support
! ?nd encouragement of all good citi
Churches Plan Special
'Watch Might* Services
Chime* to Peal, (arols Will He
Sung as the Year 1923 Is
Welcomed Throughout < i/v
The new year will be heralded with
: special music and religious sei
to-night in many New York ehurche?
during "watch night'* observances,
? which in many cases will commence as
; early as 7 o'clock and last until mid
Old Trinity will be the scene of one
of the most picturesque ceremonials.
mg its sneient custom of ring?
ing iortn a welcome to the new year.
I the church chimes will peal the melo?
dies of old carol? and anthem K
special service, commencing at 11
! o'clock, will pre. '??ture. It
will include an addre?s by the Rev.
'. Caleb R. Stet*on and anthems by the
The majority of churches will hold
their regular Sunday evening s* rvices.
? in many cases will be followed
by an hour or two of er.1
and gayrty. with a formal ?ervi
auming at 10:S0 or 11:30 p. m.
will devote the evening to mu?ic and
Fvana Hcaii*? Yalpara.-o
VALPARAISO. Ind.. Dee. 30. Dr.
Horace M. Evans wa? elected president
of Valparaiso University by th?
board of trustees, it was announced to?
day. He succeeds Milo J Bowman Jr.,
who has been acting president. Mr.,
Bowman waa electo?. vi*-a-pi**"??id?. t.
Of '23 to Rise
To New Ideals
Surer** in Butine???. World
Nerda Who.eftome Min?!
and Hod\. Mn..Ona Lake
Forre* t TelN Member*
Wifehood Not Handicap
National Llub leader ( all?
Pretty (lothi- Important
if Not loo Fritoloti*
The ?92S ideal for bu?ine?? and pro
?aal women was described yester?
day bv Mrs. l.enn Lake Forre.t. Of p?.
I the National !.?ague
i-in*?* and Profe??ional Woman,
at the New York headquarters, at 27?
"The ideal for a business woman i?
one who is wholeiom? in body and
mind, trained to do common thine? in
?a uncommon way." ?aid Mr?. F?I
"We business women of to-day hare
been the pioneers. We had to blaze
the trail, and if we had defects the-,
were covered up in th?. wonder th?t w?
did the thing at all. With the new
bu?ine?s woman, however, it will be
different. She will have to contribute
something new to her profession,
something the men who are her rivals
Iflfhcr Standard? Required
? ce. w?' older women feel that
ir duty now to e???hli?h higher
standards for the girls of to-morrow
than we knew for ourselves; we want
them to be better in education and
training, in health and looks and dre?.
They must have at least a high school
education b?-fore they take up their
business training, and preferably they
will have a college education. College
education will not insure success to a
woman in the business world. I
will give her a deeper and surer foun
n on which to bu.
"As for health, the time hss gone !
by when a woman can get along in
business if ?he i? sickly. She cannot
h.ive petting nor sympathy nor favors
b-cause of her poor health; she can
?Iron out. That i? why we are
urging the young girls evrrywh- ?
establish good health while they have
to eat and drink wholesomely
and have plenty of play ar : I
"We want the future business woman
to be well drr.sed. The mannish type
is disappearing. There is no nece?
? .-day for a business woman to
wear unattractive clothe?. They can
be pretty ar.d becoming and ?uitsbl?
without beirij: frivolous. There will
place in the office of the future ,
for th? girl with ??tin slippers and
Will Marrt if She Like?
"The bu?in??s woman of the futur?
will be married if ?he w?nt? to be, ?nd
this will be of no ror.oern to her em?
ployer, provided she does her work as
r#, I think v? should train young
girl, to tin- ?alea that marriage and
homemaklng is the biggest job of all,
but v- >n years to
att?in ?';cce?? ip s pr?.: seems
wrong to deny her the Joy of continu?
ing in it after har marriage. The
voung girl? who marry and tho?e
who have no particular talent or
training, should confine themselves to
the home. A? for the talented profes?
sional, however, it is cruel to d??y her
the Joy? of home life ju?t because she
i? talented and trained; and, once in
the home, it is cruel to deny her her
profession, too. Many women bav?
made conspicuous successes of home
and business combined. Their children
are no more tragic than the children
of some 'home women.'
Forrest extended congratula?
tions snd best wi?he? for the ?uceen
new elubhou?e to the New York
League of Business and Professional
Women An option en a hou?e at 25
Last Thirt) BiBtB Stre?t has been ?e
.'.'fdne?day evening th?
v omen will have a dinner ?t the Ca?-*
Boulevard, at which they propose to
raise $15,000 t.. secure the le???. They
will h?v? four clubrooms. s restaurant
ird living quarters for members.
I . s. Flit* ?Reply to Ship
Lino in Liquor Appeal?.
I plioldf Kipht to Regulate
Mien? in F*ort and \mrri
BjBj AI?o on High Sras
?*? H'a5JI*lt>l?'0? Bur?SH
WA?HINOTON, Doe. ",o, Tka Do
partmeni af ustice to-day filed with the
Supreme Coati of the 1'nited States
1 its briefs in the cases involving the
rifkt of foreign ?hips to brir.g intoxi
I c?ting litiuor into American ports a?
, p.ir*. of their ?ea ?tores, and also in
I the Ca?e? involving the rifht of Ameri
hip? to carry liquors intended for
rage purposes in I'nited States
1 water? and to ?ell and furnish them
to p??.senger? snd crews upon the high
sess and in foreign port?.
The chief points made by the gov
1 ernment in the controversy with the
I foreign ?hipping lines are as follow?;
The Eighteenth Amendment ?nd n?
i tional prohibition act require the ap
! plication of prohibition to every place
i where the United States may exercise
I it? jurisdiction."
"A foreign ship within the tern
1 tori?! waters of the United SUte? Is
a subject to its jurisdiction."
"There i? no distinction between
, cargo and sea atoras which would dis
tinguish liquor? carried as such from
liquor carried as cargo, or which
would indicate that liquor carried a?
?ea ?tore? i? Intended by Congre?? to
P?E heavy tubing used
in "Hair Beds makes
possible the solid weld?
ing of all joints.
Beds "wear like iron."
25 Vtrst 45lh SI?, New York
I ... , .,
Tiro Boys Coast Unhurt
Under Speeding Train
Michael Lynch, ten years old,
and Tony Pedestro, twelve, roa?t
ed down the western ?lope? of the
Watohung Mountain, near
Caldwel!. N. J., last night, and
di appeared under the wheels of
rst coach of an Erie pas?
senger train, at the foot of the
Horrified passengers who had
seon the little sled vanish under
the train, pulled the emergency
cord. The boys were found very
white and very much out of
i. but otherwise unhurt.
Their sled had passed safely un?
der the train between the trucks.
- I arguing about whose
fault it waa when the
"tint from the proviiion? of the
Eighteenth Amendment and th? na?
tional prohibition I
Gale Battrro U. 8. V?oslo
Polk and Mlnne-kahda Report
Heavy Weather Off Irlali Cooct
Pr*mn Th. T'lmmne'l Kaeopaam Surma*
CoB'Maht 1121 He? Tr.r? Trlttona Inr
LONDON, Pec. 30. The American
?feamshlp? Polk and Minnekahda, ar?
riving ?t Plymouth to-day, report?! ?
violent gal? off the coa?t of Ireland.
The Polk lott ?orne of her lifeboat?
and had her deck fitting? ?maihed. Sev?
eral member? of the cr?w were injured,
though non? ?ertomly.
On the Minnekahda a haiiy wa? born
Thur*d?y during the ?term, which car?
ried away part of the deck rail
Off the Belli? IsUr.ls the gale ex?
ceeded fifty mile? ?n hour, and th?
croti-Channe! service has been suf?
Moro Clot In**.. Village Mid
No *( oolumeo" Tolerate?! at
\eu Year's Kve Dance
Greenwich Village Is at !n?t to hav?
a dance where dancing, ?nd not co?
turnes nor the lark of them, will pre
.ate. Lady (??diva ?ill not charge
through the dancer? at midnight
There will be no pri*es for the meat
?hapely cwitours, ?nd Venus, ai Venu?,
will be conspicuous by her absence.
Atlantic City Hotel. Two Cafe?
Destroyed in $250,000 Fire
gyertat DUaatrt I? Th? Trttaat
ATI4ANTH' ?"?TY. lier gO. With
thousand? of holiday vliltnrt looking
on. a fir? ?aid to hav? originated in a
heater at the Moulin Rouge Cafe thi?
afternoon destroyed two Boardwalk
cafes, a hotel and aeveral ?mall ?hep?
her?. 8?v?ral fir?m?n were injared
and other? ar? going through th? ruin?
of th? hotel In ??arch of ?overal guest?
who h?va not been accounted for. The
property damage is ?stimated in ?xe??a
Th? propertie? are at Saw York Ave.
nue and the Boardwalk, in th? haart of
th? theater district. The blase ???? dl?
? d ?hortly before 2:*10 o'clock,
while many perton? ware entering the
Apollo The?ter, half a block away. Th?
flam?? quickly communi. at?d to the Bal
Tabarin Cafe, on one ?id?, and th?
Sto??? Hotel, en \\* ether A goner?!
alarm turned in by F'r? Thief John
Rarr.et? brought out the ?ntir?
lighting apparatus of th?- raj
The eattt were In ? on? story
- i?d wit* ?he '
fl..t?i, which ll 4 fnjr ?tor/ I
lag i ?har?t perform??*? ?ngarred
! for the hoi ?<??
scheduled to open ?hi? ?v?mng, mare
r?t.e?r?rnf t-SMI? ?eta, ??id ao ?Jtlleklv
are spread that th?y war?
? obliged to rush to safety In their coa
Lugha J. Adler, leading man of
moresqu?," whleh la playing M
Apollo, ws? ;njur?4 ?light!? when he
i I? balane? and crache?! through a
marquiae in front of th? Sloes? i
after rescuing Dolly Auatin and :
Randall, both N??** York c?har??
1 formar?, who were guest? at the V
And it will be the VilUg?'? regular
New Y'?r'? Eve Carnival, too, to be
held to-night in Webster Hall.
"If you re going to writ? a pi??**
?boat it for the paper." ?aid Betty Col
lin?, on? of it? leading ?p?a?ora,
"plea?? ?ay something ?bout 'no ?4M
turnes just clothe*,' and that ?erapH ?
? yncopntion will he th? main feature
will supply the lair., ant? they ? ill i
nad? well ?nd long. Tie New Ye
! to a jazz weleome and it?
going to get one.'
1. Alimatt & ??n.
Beginning Tuesday, January 2nd
An Extraordinary Sale of | |
Over 30,000 Yards of
Dress Siflks and Velvets
1 i '? - ' . ?***-?*. " i : ... , ? " ' i ii i? *r
at great reductions from regular prices
included will be
Choice Evening Silks, Imported Novelty Silks,
Lingerie Silks, Soft Crepes, Brocaded Velvets,
Chiffon Taffetas, Chiffon Dress Velvets, Tub
Silks, Printed Summer Silks, White Silks and
in six important groups
at 9>5Co9 $lo389 2o459 3o7<
$4o9>(Q> & 6o5>0 per yard
Arranged in suitable Lengths
Also the Great Annual Sales of
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