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4 THE SUN, .FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1916.
NO BOND ISSUE IN
THE REVENUE BILL
Secretary McAdoo and Kitohin
Affree on Tlan for De
MORE TAXES NOT NEEDED
Wabhinoton, Jun !9. At n confer
ence to-day between SecratAry of the
Treasury McAdoo and Mr. Kltchln,
Houm leader, a tentative agreement wan
reached as to the method to bo employed
In raising revenue for nation! defence.
It m decided that for tho present at
lMt there, should bo no Issue of bonds
and that the penJIns revenue bill ahouM
b passed In Its present form.
An eitlmato made ft day or two hro
pointed to the need for an additional
110,000,000 for defence purposes Instead
of $240,000,000 ui provided for by tho
bill Just completed by Chairman Kltchln
and hl Democratic! imioeldtes on the
Committee, on Ways and Means. As
thlnte now eland it Is tho opinion of
Hecretary McAdoo and leader Kltchln
that with tho JCIO.OOO.OOO to be raised
through the medium of the pending reve
nue bill and $100,000,000 to bo taken
rrom the ijoiieral fund of the Treasury
there will be no necessity for Imposing
taxes beyond those contemplated In the
tax measure about to bo reported to the
According to Secretary McAdoo and
hla associates In the Department, the
Treasury Is now In a flourlfhliiK rendi
tion. It Is estimated that by July 10,
when the Income tax for tho pat yenr
will be finally collectible, there will be In
the reneral fund of the Treasury from
1150.000.000 to flOO.OOO.OOO,
Officials say that th 100,000,000 re
rently added to the defence piocramm
may be safely taken from tho general
fund without In any way fmbarrassln
Treasury operations. Leader Kltchln
nnd other Democrats havo urped tho Ad
ministration to aree to an Issue of
1100,000,000 of r.mnma Canal bonds to
take caro of that part of the defence
programme that was added Incident to
developments on the Mexican border.
President Wilson Is opposed to an Is
sue of bonds for any putposu and Is In
clined to the belief that In the absence
of a war with Mexico all of the de
fenoe programme can bo paid for with
moneys derived from the proposed reve
nue law and cash In tho m-neral fund
at the Treasury.
The rvnuo bill us It Is now formed
advances the surtax lato of the Income
tax law, Imposes taxes on Inheritances
and munitions of war and retalim all of
the existing war emergency reemie act
with the exception of the stamp taxes
embodied In schedules A and 11. ru
led there h another cluice tho hill
will be reported to the llotto early
next week and rulit-d to th Senate
THREE YEAR NAVY PLAN O.K.'D.
HEFLIN CALLS G O. P. TICKET
THE COLD STORAGE TWINS
Fires First Campaign Gun in the House, Charging T. R.
Conspired to Deliver 4,000,000 Moose
Votes to Republicans.
HUGHES GOES HOME TO
WORK ON HIS SPEECH
Hopes (o Doiljro Politieiil Con-'
ferencps, bill Will Piny n
tVASillNiiToN, .tune 29. The opening
campaign gun of the Democrats was
fired In tho House to-day when repre
sentative Ileflln of Alabama delivered
a speech In which he attacked the Ito
publlcan ticket and Col. Itoosevelt and
mado the prophecy that tho majority of
Progressives would stand by President
Wilson at the election In November.
Mr. Heflln mado several personal ref
erences to Hughes and Fairbanks,
the Republican nominees, characterizing
them ue "the cold storage twins," and
accusing Col. Itoosevelt of "betraying
Theodora dined with Hughes last
night I" shouted Mr. Hetlln. "They met
behind closed doors In New York nnd
they would nut let even the colored waiter
stay In there. He could come in only
to fetch more hot coffee to Theodore,
who needed ettmulsnta because ho was
up against u cold proposition."
lleeltra Hooevrlt Speeches.
Mr. Heflln wnn particularly upset over
Col. lloosevelt's return to the Republi
can party. He reviewed Itoosrvelt's
speeches of 1912 In which the Colonel
denounced tho bosses and he sarcasti
cally declared that Roosevelt had re
turned to the organisation in wnicn
Penrose, Crane, smoot and Hoot are
Tho Alabama orator spone or me
"hand ricked delegates" In tho Repub
llcan convention nt Chicago thle year
and had this to ray about the Pro
"In another part of the city there
was another convention composed of
1,000 men or more, nil of them, except
Perkins and a few others, utterly Igno-
Saaair Committer's Hill lo He Re
torted To-innrnm or .Munrtnj.
Wasuinoton. June 20. Tho Senate
Naval Affairs Committee this afternoon
unanimously adopt.d th sub-committee's
report leconimcr.dlr.n the completion of
the five year 1500,000,000 naval build
ing programme In three ytnrr. Tho
committee's bill will be reported Satur
day or Monday by senator Swunson of
Virginia, who w !l 1 ..v.. clurso "f th"
measure on the Senate tloor.
There am utrong Indications that the
bill will be paFjed by the Senate with
out much objection or debate. The plan
to embody th .ho! IKc jear pro
gramme lu three ears was orlgtr.ally
advanced by Koi..it'r Lodge of Matsa
I'husettt. and wtM liae the support of
the Republican Sin.it or l'racitcally the
only anienilm."' t" the trub-cununtteo's
report wj a pro on I'ederaMzing the
naval ml'ltla along the lines of the Na
tional Guard federalization provision of
the army i-iit
The Mil to he reported b Senator
Hwanson will nro.d for 1 dread
nought!, ' battle rru,sr, 10 scout
cruisers. 50 ilisr.-jtr.-.. u tlect subma
rines, 5S coast submarine, I Neff typo
KUbmarlm. and 2 gunboats. Tour dread
noughts, battle cru'sers, 4 scout cruis
ers, 2u destroyers, 12 submarines and
2 gunboats w i compose the first year's
UEBKNZCHT IS DISBARRED.
I"n't Practice nt Lihtjit. In Ite
mnlus Meintii r nt Iti-li-litlne.
Be&U!.', la London, June 2?. The
conviction of Dr. ICarl L'ebhne-lit. the
iiociailEi leaner, o:i a cnarn m at
tempted treasop automatical!' disbars
Mm aa -i I , u-vpr it m:iWpj htm
Ineligible to hold' public orflce bv Gov
ernment appointment, nut uom noi a.i
fect his statui ai a member of the Prus
Man Diet or of the Reichstag, as he
holds theee piit-ltlutis by virtue of popu
lar election, and the court did not re
voke his civil rlshts.
The Socialist leader la entitled to an
fajrpeal from tho verdict of tho court-martial.
JOHN S. RIEGEL.
Was Illreptnr of n lliinK nnil n .uni
Iter f rorporntlon.
John S. IileBtl died ji'SH?rdy lit his
Mimmer homo In Mainarant' l. H was
16 yearn old
He was born In IllegelaMlI', N .1
iicross th Deluuurc River, from Rlcg
olsvllle, Pa., both of . hlc'i towns are
named after the family. ll was edu
cated at Lehub I tiurslt
Mr. Riegel i. iire-ldent. manager
.Hid director ot Vv Warren Jlanufuctui
Ing Company or LJj Hroadway. and
president ur.d ilire tor of thn jolni K.
Rlegel Company, the- It'eRel ,saK Com
imny and tliu I'nlon IJau and Paper
Company, and dltuitor of tin. Phillips
burg National Llanli or Phllllpsburg,
M. J and of the Warren I'Vumdry anil
Machine, Compam. lb- had bieii In a.
Ilvo business up t Hie time nt bib death.
lie Is tuivl.ed b i wi'o and four otill
Woman Killed li- Train.
A woman about SO jears old A as
crtrucl: by a north bound expuss on the
New York, New linen and Hartford
Itallrool at the W e-,rhestei tivtnuo iita
tlon last idght She died in Wjrdha.ni
llospllal. enp'l found on her bore
the name ot It. Kberb, 7T. (iinve 1 1 t
SAJLE AS 100 YEARS A(50.
rant of the prugrHinnie Ihe dliln'l
know that tlm ulmlc Ihllig was planned
at a million dollar banquet In New Vork
a few months ngo nnd that llllhtl Root
wrote the play when confereme was
held with Lodge, Root nnd Roosevelt.
"They were lament Progieslve, en
thusiastic mid determined, and sat there
awaiting hii opportunity to nominate
their leader Where was he? Hack at
Oyster Ray with his ear glued to n tele
phone. He could not face theee men, tho
men who had followed him on n thou
sand battlefields In lul2."
Ileflln charged that t'ol. Roosevelt and
the Old Ottard had conspired to d"
ller 4,000,000 Progressives votes lo
Hughes and Fairbanks.
Hrtmsrr! Peer Million Men.
"Hid you ever hear of such nn out
rage?" cried Mr. Hetlln. "Four million
men were basely betrayed by their leader
with his ear nt telephone receiver In
Oyster Ray. How can 3,000,000 men
swallow 4,000,000 men" It can't be done.
"You will never carry thoo Progres
elves Into the standpat patty. Theirs
was not u butterfly parade four years
ago. They were crusaders who went out
to tight the forces of tho Republican
party. That same Old Ouard bunch Is
still In control ; thev nominated Mr.
Hughes at Chlcaijo. He Is the candidate
of Wall Street In this light."
Representative Mondell of Wyoming,
Republican, replied briefly to Mr. Heflln.
With tho Republicans united, be de
clared, tho Democrats would be driven
"It Is strange that they would select
the Jovial and Jocund gentleman from
Alabama to sing their swan song. It
could have been done better, perhaps, by
snnm one of n more funereal mien," said
llltlli.IDH AMITllN, N. V., ,lum 2il.
Charles I!. Hughes, accumpatili d by
Lawrenco II. tlreen, his secretary, and
Major I'. M Crossctl, arilved lure at
C;30 o'clock this evening after u hot and
dusty trip from New Vork. At Jamaica
and Southampton many peronu on the
station platforms peered Into the car
windows In hope of ditching u glimpse 1
of the candidate, tun bis inmparltuent 1
was on the utfslde and the p'ltrlots went
Mrs. Huphus met tlm tra.n hrre In u
limousine ami drove with Mr. Hughes at
once to tb.'lr summer lwm . Mr. Hughes
was In the bci-t of spirits. Ho appear
to be relieved now that tho national i
chairman has ben selected, and the re
turn of Col. Roosevelt to the fold has
given him Intense satisfaction, lie has 1
nothing to do with the telectlon of tho'
campaign committee of ten, tho real ,
board of strategy. There Is ft report
that Krntik H. Hitchcock nnil Oeorge W. '
W'lckersham may be iitnnng the members; ,
of the commit he. ;
Mr. Hughes hope that tho political
conferences lieu, during the coming week .
will be few. He Is anxious to dewto'
all his working hours lo his speech of
im-eptance. It In thought that many of
the Ideas Miggcstid nt tho conference I
with Col. Rooevelt Wednesday night I
will be, lucoiporated. The. candidate
hopes, however, to llnd a fow hours every 1
day or :-o for golllng. lb' Is Hn old hand i
at the Scottish gainc and has been offered
the privileges of one of the golf clubs i
NO AND YES!
Q. Can I buy ttftckt, bands and
mortgage with tha certainty
of avoiding loss of principal
or default in Interest ?
A. NOI Countless millions have
boon lost through stock and
bond depreciation and mort
Q. Can I buy Guaranteed Mort
gag and know that my prin
cipal Is safe and Interest sure T
A. YES! Wa havo sold to Inves
tors ever $42O,0M,0M of our
Guaranteed Mortgages, with
out a dollar of loss to any
LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO.
RICHARD M. KURD. Prttltftnt
St Liberty Street, Manhsttan
1M Mentsgue Street. Breekhrn
NEW LAW TANGLES
AMERICAN CAR ENDS ! ANOTHER CAMP FOR
WAR ORDER RUMORS1 SCHOOLBOYS PLANNED"
Many Meinlirrs From .Mim
liiiHtin A.sscnilil.v Districts.
Tells J" "I'Mrnviij'uiil Kti-j Tolnl IVrniilfnl Pi f .'-i, t
for Hie First, liMrmii ,
Period Is KiviHipiI
mules'' of Profits Heporls
Siib.stinitial OuiiiK. .
WILSON READY TO
FIGHT FOR IDEALS
f 'oiillMterl rom "(rjil l'atjr.
HARRIS CALLS HUGHES
AN ADROIT POLITICIAN
Democratic Leader Asserts
Justice Ts Choice of "Hip
VISCOUNT CRICHTON KILLED.
Penn5 Ivnnln l'r(iibcl llniluliis Hie
Wi utber ooilltlom,
PcHOYi luicv, I'.r, Junn
IllJS l.tlli."il thf ifli. hrm.h.l
'Vbo predlUf l a siar ato that tliern
would be pi nl.. all; , sun ll)T tlllb
year and th:t u ,-va,t ,,,r.ioiiH of
into wouM w, i, r.,J.. !. f.-,.'s h.illn
lled that h it, i,( ,1V v : i t ' ,', liy loo
.nuisn if ehth
l.UcKo l.'il mi, "hei,. will i, .mutbie
INjoJ lifiull III m n,,K .,,! !,..,,., u,u
make hay v ii'.e uearniK over, oat lie
adVlM.a farirern to ink,, ndvantnirn of
tvery hour of -undine . i,,s ,
, ina, lb Hie," II lei i" ' or. i r'ri,ia
.it cleir rkli -
Je wv Hie e V. ' 1 1' Ih lino, ,rln
Kdwln Ilarrl?. chairman of the
Democratlo State Committee, save his
opinion of Charles 1". HuRtie. to the
llrooklyn Vouns Democratic i-iud
night. He attacked Mr. Huithes's record
. . r it. York State, and
ae ovigiiii,, ... -
declared that hi cronlns achievement
was an academic mscussnm ui
f. Curlh'. Assistam
Comoratlon Couru-el. made a r-urvey
conditions in Mexico.
Jlr UarrN defcrlbed Mr. Hughes as
an adroit, rcwd. rei-ourceful polttlcNn
unsurpassed In that respect, "unleen t
?car J to ;rrmidat.le "when the publl ;
comes to know hy he .
wriat nis rrcoru i" - i
l n.ltatlous of hi. tltnws for the I r:-l-
Ho said thai .Mr iium.
iri.t tnrouKii me ..Vi.t,
..rmoeiit to c,.t HomethlltR which doe"
not belonn to It." He denounced tlic ...
publican candidate as a "rp"ratlon
minded ' man. ..naon w.a n -
Ins In Kyinpauiy v ...
belnc Ac for the cliare-e uia. .uK..y
is the candidate of the lirrman-Anie .
cans. Mr. "ri Mid that no , ui. .
lias fol owed ni ra"-' "" , ,,,
moment that his uttltud- toward ,,
Otrtnaii concepuui. "'"'"v.,,",; ......
Ity U any different than that of "
dental ... ,,,i
The Democrauc ; . ,, "
that the Uelubllcans had '"o.
who is until by temperament for excu
tlvedutles and whoee entire e'lenc,
a. the executive he-ad of a Mate BO
enment wa a failure--.. Umentab U
failure. notwltbyUndlns thoje Inc dents
nlc7 rBA thai Vls admlnl.irttl.m of
rVe "itlwut corre.,pondlnK beuertt o
.. .,.u.. i,a averred tliftt the vetu
or,nr'twocet,( fare Mil. the veto of
the full crew bill and the enactment o.
e publl.-. h-rtlce lw all t-laced (iov
llUBliet. "In th dlrtlncti.e position of
hKVlnK been more friendly to spec M
privilege than any ouk-i -
ha lield tlieomce ... ,.,,,
nie nominauoo i' ', ;
. n i . mim11 for leelec-
foil were Indorsed by the club.
"OBJECTORS" WIN POINT.
..oltll S Men Who Are HnnrM
In Tlcllrf Veen- ot jr.
. r,.nu nfi Pro i ttr Awiultn.
tpoaUni; in tne llof-e of i ointootc to.
.o... ... 1 1 ...... ,lu Onierll'ti' ItV lU'lttlle
timard 'conscientious obje-ior to ""li
Mr. Afuultli said that nil men win.
hunently objected to military service
ouiiht tu b anic to avail iiiniin."
the exemption prUlleea, hut tint tlio-e
who made tlm pla a floalt to cjr
Indifference to til nisionn .u i-wii
be treated with the utmost rlKor
i.iMmik olileetnth who
undertook work of national Importance,
the 1'remler added, would ceasn t )"
subject to military discipline.
HEAVY TAX ON BEEF TRUST.
MrKrnns s Amerlron Ormilsn
tlon Uns I'bIiI Much on Income.
i jiviwiw ton "'.i. -lleahiald McKeniia.
the Chancellor 'f th" KcheU. r. was
asked in the Mount or -ominous, in.iiny
how much Income lax the "American
beef trut" had paid In the llnanclal ear
ended In March, 1'Jlil.
Mr. MeKenn.i replied thai te was pre
eluded from publishing' lb detail- aiked
for, but added that "In the course of the.
eat- l'Jli-ltl nnd tho prootit iiuarlcr of
tlm current jcar very conslilerahle mum,
have been paid, Ini-hidlni! al tears tor
past jearn, while, nubstantlal , prusress
lias In en mado In nf KOttatloni ivirardlni;
llitbllltlcn btlll outdtHiiUluir '
l.rrmnny . oil Hen tiernrd of Ilrltt.h
lx)NDON, June Tlie Amerknn Kri -ba.vy
forwnrdel to the Hrlt'eh tlov
eminent to-da- n notl!lcatl"h elven hv
the Oerman Oovcnitnent that the In-xly
rf Majm Vlerout t Crtchton of the Itoya
Horse Ouarde has Ik en found and re
Intened. Viscount CrKliton. wtu was the eld
eft ton of tliu Uarl of Kmc, was leported
tnlsslni? lu November H. Ilio mesaBe
from tho Herman Government to-dr.y l
tho first dellnlte Information regarding
him since that time.
I'nnmnn I'nnnl Oltlrlnl Itevlitn.
Social Cable Detpifh lo'Vur rs
Panama, June Uenjamln Jacob
son. manaRer of the canal supply and
eonunls'Sry departments, hai resigned
suddenly. No reaeon ts Riven for his
: RUINED SHRINE A LESSON.
I'rmicc tn Itefrnln for Some Vmrl
Prom ItrMorlim Itlielm. I'ntliedrnl.
l'Allls. Juim "? The f'tfll Journn! '
' eayo that the Kictich (io.ernnient has de-
dded tlat t!ie Itlicims t'atlieilrul will not
! be repalr.il for several enr after tho
I war closes, the delay belnu due to a ile-1
! sire tu Rle an oppoitunlty to rrenchtii'in
and eilicrs to see the daniase dune, to
the editlec by Herman s-'untln.
! The M.nlstry of Klue Arts had planned
' to rebuild the roof and to erect a tun-1
por.iry eheiter about the building to pre
vent further deterioration from exoJuro
to the weataer, but according to tliu
newspaper tlne plan have been ali.m
i doned In accMdanc,! with tl.c declilun of
j tho iloveinnieiit
IIIpk or Infttntllr t'nrnlj.l nn lire j
H.len niua'ieth tJovvnltii;, It ears old.
da ipliter f Mr and Mr Walter V
I'owninB of IL'l Webster avenue. Flat
luiKh, died Wilnesila follow nc sn at
tack of Itif.Witilo par.il.vn!- Sue w-.is to
have been irrailu.ite.1 yesterday from
I'ubll" School II T'ie funeral will bo
held privately to-day and "iiurlal wilt be
I In Mapletvovd Cemetery
tlon and will survive, every tllal and
"I havo come, therefore, as 1 have
abundantly shown you, not to tnike a
formal speech--tf I could show you some
of tlm thlims I have been obllccd to do
before I caine lu-te ou would know
Ill-it I couldn't possibly make up a
f pe.-'h -but merely lo show my profound
1'iterosl In a body of men who are not
only devoted to binUics but devoted tu
"Muilnes-s !.-. rlnlit tn lotie as It Is not
sordid, and It can't be sordid If It Is shot
throuKh with Ideal. ' A man. n matter
how humble hi" busliicrs, can hold his
head up aluniK the prince. of the world
if, us he otmht to da, he will think un
the servant of the people nnd not a
their master, n one who would srve.
and not one who would govern
"I conctatulate you, my fellow cltl
r.ens, upon the Ideal ot a profession
which can loner or exalt buinesi iih
oii chooe end which you have chn.-i
to tmploy for lis exultatloti I cam"
away from Wakhlmrt.-n to look :n'o voir
faertj mid cet some of the enthusiasm
which I always cet when I come a.vnv
from ofllol lldom and touch hand ti h m I
with creat Injdlcs of free American
Hernliur.lt llrrr In September.
Wiillun V ('" c. ir r, e ved .i ,,
cram yesterdav 'i- iii Sirah Ibirnhardt
savnp she v. nu'd sail f -r Atnerli a I '
end of September to M'l her Ion; de
fcrred encacemen' I" i- c. ntntrv s ie
vvi'l tlrst appear in l.niclish and l-'ie n 1
In Iindon. the - i' . -n ' Mine
HernbariU 1 d (nto-vle I to e
I'nlt.d S'atej. la Pf n
Samuel S, Kocnitf, clmlim.m of the
New York comity Ht unlillcan cum
inltlee. hllM Nhllid il lull Foi tin, com.
I mitten hM.-nibei-e- of the several districts
to cot tocetlier on July lu for the mir-
poo of Htrnlhtehlnc out n Statu com-1
mltteu tangle tusnltlin; Irom an amend
ment to the lection law. Hie con
seipienceM of which havo Jut d-.wiied
upon him. The tieiesslt.v for ralllntt such
, Jiieellruts wan dlHcloed bv Scnctary
j Ole.ison of tin. Itepnbtl.-aii State com
mittee, and It aa saul vesterday Ihat
Tammany Halt Lamed ot It only i
, tlirotltli the chance, meetlin; of Mr. j
KoetilK and TIioiji.im !' Smith No dato I
for tho 1 'emocratlc. imellin hai been
The amendment tef erred to wa.
fathered by Senator J. Ileniy Walters
of Syracuse. It provides thai wiienvcr
by reaoti of the lu w uppor tloiiiii. tit
two or more member of tin- St ite com-mltte,-s
elected from Assembly disti.oM
at the splint; primaries- ale thrown to
fcctlicr In iho same Assembly di-ttlct
:he iminber.i of tli" muiily cotii-nltK-e
te.-idiiiK lu that Assembly district -oiali
meet and choose a member of the St-ato
.omnilttee, the present tnembet-s fiom
that Assembly district loslm; their neats
In the Stuto committee. The amendment
also provides that If by leaum of the
new apportionment an Assunbly disttkt
Ik not r presented In the State com
mittee the county committee members
f i -tm that district shall el,-, t a member
il the State .ominlttee.
N'cw York count now hai twenty
thriH Asembly dlsttlct- as imaltist
tliirt-one under the old apportionment,
.'onscriuentiy theie are chatiKes In State
i"tnmlttee membership-. In .-k-ven of the
new Assembly dlHlncts. In arli of
seven ot the new districts there are two
St itc committeemen, in one there are
thr"u nnd lu three thetc are none
Antonio iMlcssandrn of the l-'iist and
James 12. March of the Third aro now
In tho same d.slrlct. The other who
have been doubled by the reapportion
ment are Samuel S. KociiIr of the Sixth
nnd Heiman I.. Schradcr of th Tetitn,
l-'icdeiick l'. Tanner of tin Twenty
llfth and Courtlandl Nlcull of the Twen-ty-Fevenib.
John S. Shea of the Four
teenth and t'harbs K. l.cxow of the
Mxte.nth, Saniui 1 Kml'ivvlien of the
Ttnty-sixtli and Morris l.'vy of the
Twenty-fourth. Thoma !' ii-lwn of
the Tweiity-nlntli and William M K Ol
i ott of th. Sev-ent'etith, Arl-.onv I'
l.udden r'f the Tlilrtee"t'i and Heiinnn
W. llc-jir of tile Klc-vvnth, A bert Ka'.
of tl.e rirth, KenJ.nn n K of t (,
Seventh and Mivhne II Il.ake of t a
'llie roiiort of the American t'ui and
IVnindiv ''(iinpany for Him veal- endid
April HO last shows total protltH of
r.'J..,3.'i;, a njtalnst Jl.i iri.u.M In I : I ... 1
nnd lat profits of Jl'.slti.iHS. u inm-
paico ullii J.-UOJTI. Tlui balance after
tho deferred dividend vt.is fTIO.uls, lis
acaliiHt J"3il,93i:, which wan iiiial lo
U..TJ iicr cent earned on the J.IO.i'uO.nan
comntcn utock, an compared with 0.7
ei- cent. In li'10.
Tlie surplus fur tho year was ttltl.OIS, ,
mtaliist Sso,!'3t! In tliu precedlnif ear.
atul the total surplu was Vf.s1U.0!i 1. 1
as compared with tSu.hH.0lH. The re-1
pert sa.vn In palt, j
"HepcutcdlV tlil'iUKliutlt the year !e-,
pails were cut rent of the leltlliw of
rnntrnrts for th" production of enor
iiiiius iiuatitltleH of tnimltlotiH of war of
vailous kind", with extravagant eatl- j
inaleM of ac i uliii; prullts. Many of .
null reporf. wen cross exacveratloii"
and many Hire wllhout any foundation.
That the exact farts so far us con
.erned th" company might be knewn
the president caused to be publley Muted
the precise fUurcs (approximately
SVO.nOrt) of all such contracts mulct
Ulcn by it.
"The company has not ventured
ta.'hly upon thl tleM of Industrial if
loit. The contracts have boen taken
nt price" that may reasonably be e
pecle,! to j lebl a fair inarirln of profit
Ii to tin close of the company's Use it
je.-fr tin. deliveries made under these
contracts were Inconsiderable In amount
and In conseiiience no protlts from ti ls
work 1110 Included In the report."
PROHIBITION MOVE BEATEN.
Kflort to llnr I.lnnor "Ail." I'rom
Mulls Itry Mntrs KmIU.
WASitivn-ros'. June Prohibition!
Senators lust a hard tlsht thU nfternon.1
In trying to Htnrnd the post orflce ap
propriation bill to exclude from the
malls liquor advertising destined to
Mates bavins laws against such udver
tlrtnis, Senator Jones of Washington sought
in suspend the rules to clear the way
for the amendment. His motion te
c.lved SO ,nf. and 2? nasn, but Vice
I'resldit t Miisiall rined It required a
two-thrd. v te SenHtor Jones made
ati ,'mpeai troro the chair's rubnt. but
was detcatid, 12 f 25.
The b 1 can- approximately 322,
H00 (Hi was Una l pas.cd.
A second military t.i
bujrt will bo held at P 1 1
AliRiHt 1 2 to .s. pt. nn. - 1
permitted rnmlmeut in
(il l.'jnij boys firm I . 1, 1
vr.is reached lust vv, . ;,
More (linn ,11111 s Ie. I v,
set.ted by the boys l , K 1
July K to Col. Amiiew 11. 1
Artillery, conimanilinii 1 .
and iTimin, Si. ) ,u . ..
hendmastrl. Ur Sain 1. 1
pi-opostd the mllltarv . ; .
t'-.e lamest reiir.-setiiatio-i
AlnonK lh . Uier sclm.
clali- I Huh, 31 , Anil.n.-r.
iH-eliollijh, llo'-t'ill. 1'2 . r
2U : Ue Witt CIlMtnli l
J'ai kN, 17; Newatk A. i l.
ton lllKh, Newton, 1 '..im 1
S. hoo. I'oticonl. VI -School.
nitih IIIkIi. IT. . IM I- . .
Townretid Harris H 1,1.
1 i . Ilojs lllKh. II
12 , lllouu and N . I 1
.Mnrrlstown lllith. 12 . 1.
HlKh, Stati u li la' d. 1 1
Wesllleld, N. .1 , it. .,
Weston, Mass.. It
rjlhers ale Itio -ktm
Mass., 10 ; Jim k.-ne
Mass., 10; Kiiehbui t-
Mass, ID, ll.irtf.id
fonn.. In . Knlon.-.h II
10 ; Milton Ae.ol.-im. m
Stuyvesant lllh. 1 1
l.enov, Mass., , M 1 m .
Brooklyn, s. . Ni w I: .
Trinity, S ; Yotiki r !! ,
7 . Stamford lllKh. .- .
Stotie, Cornwall, N Y, T
1! ; Nc hols, Hiifful .
Itldcelleld, Conn., ,
Tity, 1.. I., il. i:. .
Ilivorford, Cunn .
Alo M inrheler II
II., f. , Mount Ms
I'omfrel. I'- nn . . .
I otitv, 5, Sandli.ll
So.ithurti lines. .
II K'l. SeWlcklev,
lllKh, Taunton. ,t 1.
Washlnuton I ) 1 ' ,
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Why You Should Own a
will be eve al
While im int
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Upbuilds and sustains the body
No Cooking or Milk required
Used for Vi of a Century
me SmnOc HsrUcli'ti BadM, Viz
Comfort firrt, because it
' is a comfortable
riding car. Plenty of room for
five people; deep, soft cushions;
springs made of the best spring
steel, scientifically heat-treated,
accurately suspended and bal
anced You will always be
comfortable in a Maxwell
the Maxwell is a trim, smart,
Many makers of heavy, high,
priced cars, as you know, have
copied the general lines, the
shape of the body and hood of
the Maxwell. This is more com
pliment than infringement.
Service Third, because the
Maxwell, being a
product of thirteen years
evolution, is so designed and
manufactured that it gives
unfailing, consistent, satisfying
service to thousands of owners.
Maxwell cars are made of the
best materials that money and
brains can buy and they are
LOW Fourth, be-
ri. . i . cause you get
rtrSt-COSt everything in
a Maxwell that you can get in
any car and you get it for less
The answer to this is that the
Maxwell is a light car and that
it is built in enormous quan
tities The Maxwell Co is one
of the three longest producers of
high grade motor cars in tha
LOW Fifth, be-
AfteT'COSt Maxwell will
give you more miles per dollar
than any car built.
We say this without hecitation
or doubt. It is cur honest belief
and we are willing to prove it
by Maxwell owners, by compari
son with any other car or by any
other way you suggest or prefer.
The Maxwell will please you.
We know it will. Let us arrange
for a demonstration and we'll
take the responsibility of satis
fying you completely.
Motor Sales Corporation
N; Y Branch 1808 Broadway at 59th St;
Telcpbon. '181 Columbu.
Brooklyn Branch 1392 Bedford Ave., at St. Mark Ave.
ems taairSimmaaa Automobll Ch. 41 ft, 14K Sv
Tourinpr Car $658
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