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To Help Slate
K? tiring Governor for Firat
Time Sena? Owiplrte
Budget of Appropriation*
f??r Year to Le*jrjf>latur?*
l?nanee-s in Fine Shape
?>1in Fund in Publi?
Treasury as of July I
?Y. Dee 3'
of the ?tat? . a-flrranu
? budget i ? program
?o..- for pend?
? ? revenue?.
Tase, (ol $:7.?00,?0t
That ?h? ? '?ble finan
?36.000.000 i? ?ho?ra. aad the
am $1 ?6,-)00 ?
ax,??? of ?In?
icial requirement? of
?if the fact
nl year? the
axe? have been
?'vo year? .-?,
board made no recommendations
.-? -eral ?alary changes or new
-? will be
'd and fair and proper salaries
'or ?Il position? d
In ? ' '.?p?tala ?.nd pr
- .-er, positions and salarie,
standardised, and under
<? : -tition? amounting- pi
!e?l and provided for.
?resses in ?alaries for
re? ?oi ite one of
.-i-. ? teflM hl - mcrease of
ret over the appropria
??alary Raise I'rged
"In tro case ha? a
? loo work, except
^ of the ?t?te and t.x.-d chargea,
ul not pa?? on or <
;>o???. Ap; -
IrgralattWB policy and the board did
? n of
I, 1921, for auch purposes as:
i* the New York-N'ew Jer?ey
? *?. ?*2B.000.000 is available I
w capital '
Peraonal Service Operation
I reeomniended for op
er the ap
pa really amount to
'he increase 'or eduei
for nil <!.
? ? In other group? m
.- tha n?t ir
ted ?iriror.it ?tat? aetivitie? a?
t platea, so t
group is U4jttS,nAtS2, being 40 per
cent of the Ma
I inereir.se -?P ?a ac
?) ?n ir.crea?? of W.
\gSM\lr->- ? ribution to
? t amendme-i's of the law
new appr' ' -?"?"er
0 a? the ?tntc*? contribution
d ?.he state ttachera' retirement
Ajrj e increa?e in
'?0.000 ii aprpopriated
?.ie? for ?laughtered
Penal Tlie ricrea?? in Oie e?n?n???
:e pri?on? and pri?or?
< i? through an eatiraated incr????
pulation nest year, for
must, of course, be
rative--Th? ?Lite ho?pital? need
rind to pro
? crease? in th?
I ?alai ' and to pro
BS increase? In thi?
group arc to provide for estimated ir.
create i? the inmute? of the various
i1 n? ?nd for
' ? work
?.miasirn for ManUl Defec
rtl-ra ? Tho Inereases ar?
princip-.ll> for state aid to towns and
eoanties for highway?.
A?k? More Humane Policy
Capital Fund Inereaar??Attention la
called to the increase of ??3/KKV
npltal fund appropriation. Thi? i?
for personal servie?. It i? recom
men.i. out the program which
ha? tiated of putting the
prison industries on a business basis so
as ulti.v.at' raa compen?
sation to inmate labor and to inau?
g?rate a more human policy of deal?
ing with the prison prob'? m, with the
view of ???. ng the reclaimable human
material in the prison? and of effecting
UM ?tute by establish,
lng the prison industries on a produc
The board calls attention to the in
reas-*? for the i Bales reme
I dial, preventive and curativa work now
igurated in dealing with the inili
- both in the aaving
of humen lires and in reducn;,1
state's exp. r new caasl
..nd for maintenance and
In transmuting the budget Got?
? "udies mad*Tby the board show
the cost of government may coi
to be offset in part, if not .
mies which *aay
. .. . .
??' the business mctho.
red, in the public aan
Farevvi'll Dinnrr (??m-i
Juflpc R. S. John*?ti>
Jiir!f*t Payt I riliule ti> Sut
asar ?nul t?? Jinmi?*, '
Fir?t Ap'mintc'il Hini
About 200 frier.ds of Judge I:
. - I
ore and made I
' of a silver scrv
?me, who, at
v 'I he
| .?de a
v?n he ran for
t in electing Jus1
M "aa able
wise ?nd j?i?t "u.
Aniorr dinner were
?*tt*a*aSng**V**?*M tWwnm P*S*\f*i 9**%
Smith, w?t that of John B. Gilrhnit,
I i'orr.mn.i.i'-n f Liccnte? under Mayor,
>? ilated for th?
'ship o.* th? T?t CommUsion. Ml
mor, srrd live? be
?' Knapp, of CanBrdaigun,
;>lrea to-morrow mid?
ier the law the Governor
lh? rirht to designate th? chalr
? Tenth lnf?ntry, aa hi? rnilitarr
?ng lsl?nd, who
; wa? Hlghw?y Cemraisaloaar und?
:, will be reappointe.
.11 a? I
It I or J?1?ar)
-nation ta not in afi
?nrd W?la* ii. vho w?<
Cadi?, will retire wit'i th? preaent
and i? Urgely otteuded.
of thi? sute and rr.tion is a happy and
I Republican of
Manhattan, who was mad? chairma
ara ago ah? of Mille
ta- k office, in place of U lliai
a.|unt#efal h!? r?tif nation ?
r?ut ramalncil on
which l? comreoaed of thrr-f m?sn
b?r?. Mr?. Smith's appointment ai
rhairm?n will giv? to her ti
be.nf th? nr?t ?aunan to head a d?
? ?? baa ]uri?'i
Women*? $16 Pny Fpheld
ai \V ?-liara
? . ?. ? ?
Train Kills i?.?? i?irl- ?u \ut?>
???r? old. and Ploi
Mar???, twtnty. wer- her?
train on ?h? Krie Railroad cro??ing.
Bei iiiits Not Valid
????rr<\ Ju<l<ri' Rule?
Itklvn DedaloB Puto Teetli
in Siillivuii Iah; IJaera ol
? ?ii?i?- Mu-! <?et authority
From tul?. I'oliee No*v
I York police d?part
can iaau? .Sullivan law permit?
which will | within the lim?
it? of th? dep? f ?.
t'?n, ? ?.?' Al.mro (', McLaugh?
lin H. oklyn. Th?
llllvan la* ?
really bite, ?nd
. long gun tot?r?, of
carry concealed weapon*.
Judge Mclaughlin's decliion wa? I
n th? ea?e of Antonio r?foni. of
I si? Union Street, Brooklyn. <"?f<*n
was i. ?lays age, ?harg.
th? . ncaaled -/'?pon?
?played ? carry a Pa
: th? charge
againit ?"afoni wa? dismissed In
Y??ter?]?y Cafonl a?ker|
Bis j?i?tol and th? permit ?nd?r
which he had es Th? motion
wsi opposed by the jnlie? official?, wh>r
said that persons who had no valid
r .btainlng a permit from
* city, elslm immunity from th?
penalti?? provided by th? law.
?e McLaughlin'? deeUion
varions authorities, and particularly
that section of the Sullivan law hav?
ing reference to the qaaliflci
essary before a permit may be
The defendant should have applied
to the Police Commissioner
of New York, *Vr) hi.? exclusive au
trrori'y to l?aue permit? to t___
of the ' uy of New York- \a\L.
done se, th? p?rn.
? Iswful permit ?. '-?H?sm
a pi?t' ?fall
motion li th?r?frrr.
II. I. -*...krtl llrail? PrinHnJ,
SYRAfM'Sr, N 11-a_7
elated acad?mie pi the ft?
of New York thi? mor.
bort I?. f*?ck?tt, 01??n, gramLgZ
pre?ident; ?I ? i?i|d? H?My, .air__
?eeretary; Jame. y^jj
rrea?irer, ?r.d Ma f, SnmL
Blnfchamton, chairman of th? ??*_
committee for lt_3.
Dr.?!?*? Dead at Football f,tm?
PALO Alio, i m
??? fSSkisa, ''-?t?o? aad
uj The Dobha Shop at Palm Beach on Main
Street, adjoining the ?Pcst-oflftce, will
open January 10th Exclusive nvxSels for I
the fashionable .Southern Resorts shown
at Dobbs Fifth Avenue Shops may be
had at Palm Beach, during the season
620 ?and 244 Fifth Avenue
2 Weot Fiftieth Street ? ?*.
PALM BBACH NEW YORK SOVTHAJmP?XhS '?.'
R Dobbs is a Men's Shop with Tailored Things for Women I
The New Home o?
Nearing completion nt
51 WestiStk S'rret
] years ago Hath?
away Furniture was
hardly more than a
name and an idea!.
Toda), not only is
the name familiar hut its signifi?
cance is widely understood. Nor
are the friends of Hathaway Fill
niture confined to our own Nev\
York public; they are numbered
by thousands throughout the
These ten yean have included 1
war and peace: the well-ordered
times before the war; the abnormal
war-period with all its stress, strain
and uncertainty for business hoi.
as well as individuals and nations;
and the equally abnormal years of
readjustment. Periods of extreme
prosper?ty have been followed by
corresponding extremes of depres?
sion, a kaleidoscope of rapidly
changing economic conditions.
A Record Remarkable
for Its Consistency
Covering a period of such uncer?
tainty and difficulty, the growth of
Hathaway's from modest begin?
nings to its present place among
\ew York's commercial institu?
tions, ha1* been the more remark?
able. Instante? of sudden business
success have been common enough
of late, but instances of sound,
steady, consistent growth, unaf?
fected by troubled conditions, have
been rare indeed.
Consider what it means, under
such circumstances, to be able to
make this statement:
The steady forward progress of
the W. A. Hathaway Company
during the past ten years has
been unbroken. Each year hau
shown a distinct advance over
the year before. Practically
every month has surpassed the
corresponding month of the
Perhaps the entire astonishing rec?
ord can best be summed up by a
single significant comparison:
In a single month in 1922,
more Hathaway Furniture was
bought by our patrons than
in any entire year before the
All this can have only one mean?
ing?that the Hathaway ideal of
Good Furniture, unwavering ad?
herence to approved styles, sound
values and fair prices, has earned
the unqualified endorsement of
those who know and appreciate
Furniture excellence. It is an ap?
propriate time to express to them
our sincere gratitude for their con?
sistent and ever-increasing patron?
A New Home for
Early in 1923, probably by March
1st, the VV. A. Hathaway Company
vv-ll occupy their own building,
now nearing completion, at 51
West 45th Street. More than tv.
as much space as at present will
then be available for Hathaway
But the importance of this step can?
not be indicated in terms of space
alone. In arrangement and ap?
pointments, as well as in the Fur?
niture they contain, the new show?
rooms will be the realization of the
hopes and ambitions of many years.
They are to represent the utmost
that a Furniture Store can be, the
fulfillment of the Hathaway ideal
of service to our patrons in en?
abling them to select Good Furni?
ture at favorable prices, in corn
ton able and agreeable surround?
There will be a later, definite an?
nouncement of the opening of the
new Hathaway Building. On be?
half of the Greater Hathaway's of
the future, we bespeak a continua?
tion of the cordial patronage which
has made it possible. We can ask
62 "WEST -4ATH STREET
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