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THE EVENINg WORLD,
TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1918.
Saatav. Lunser I.lndirren, a Nor
wegian aatlor. was held In 15.000 ball
yesterday by t.'nlted Btates Commit
ftH llJtohcock, charged with conspir
ing to take out of thli country a letter
otter than by means or we msiu to
Mra. K. etrantelandt In Copenhagen.
THamarfc. The complaint was mads by
triarlte V. Palmer ot .tha Customs .In
trillranca Service, who mid tbe mltsjve
was concealed In bsctrare.
50 WEST 46TH STREET
$5 and 10
Values $20 lo $50
Austrian Emperor's Secret Let
ter Won Roumanian Ruler
From Allies' Side.
14171423 THIRD AVtltUe
Ml DH Kfsalara 1HI O .'(1k,
IX3NDON, Mny 3t (Correspondence
of Associated Pre-.) A private, nnd
cfrrct lotter tvrltlcn t6 KlriR Ferdl
1 nand of Ilnumanla by Kmperor
Charlafl of Atmrla-Hunirary In the
lattor part of February, tnnrked the
turning iolnt In Jloumanla'a partlcl
patlon In tho world war and was one
of the deciding factor- In tho Innc
series of Intrigues which eventually
broko thn rplrit of tho Jtouinanlan
Klnc Under this nutsldo pressure
King Ferdinand chnnRcd from an ar- j
drill supporter of tho war against
Germany Into a lukewarm and vacil
lating opportunist and finally Into a
dlKll't pcaco advocate.
This Is (X thno when Klnft-s must
This U tho most ntrllilns; ncnlonco
of tho lotter of J'Jmpuror uiiiirics.
A siimniary of Its contents wna rom-i
mftnlcatnd to tbo American Minister
and to tho Associated Press corre
spondent In Jawy by a IiIbIi official,
who Is 0110 of tho most ste.adraKl
friends of tho Alllrs at tho Itotl
In Intimate tones tho Austrian Km
peror directed tbo attention of Klntt
Kcrdlnand to tho ureal dniiKer for
all monarchical Institutions from D10
wave of Hoclnllsm which m awcop-
Inir liaslem Kurupe. JIo Uruw a nenn-
Announced hv Hcgional Dircclor
Smith for kaslcrn Kcgiqn and
New linglanJ District.
Alfred II. Smith. ItfBlonal Director
for the Eastern territory, to-day
announced appointments, effective at
once, of Federal manajem and (ten-
era! mannccra for Important rail
roads under Government control.
These aro the appointments for the
railroads In tho eastern region:
P. K. Crowley. Federal Manager New
Tork Central Itallrosd and Laka Erie
and PIltuburRh Hallways office at New
A. J. Stone, Federal Manager. Erie
Railroad: office at New Tork.
1'. 1 Tlleiidlnser, General Manager
I.ehl(h ValleyIlaltrcnd; office at New
V. V. Outellui, General Manarer Del
awnre and Hudson IUIIroadj office at
i:. D. llronner, Federal Manager
Mlchlitan Central llallnisd and Chloano-
Knliiiiiuroo 11 nil KaMliniw Hallway; of'
fire n,t Detroit.
P. II. Alfred, Federal Manager rere
Miuntiettn HnJIrond; offlco at Detroit.
A. II. Newell, tleneral Manager To-
leVlu TurmliiKl llallrood; office a
It. 12. tVhlltriiberKfr, General Man
Ber tlrsiid Trunk Wntern L.lne; of
flco at Chicago.
Ke. ho died May 30 at her home, No.
105 West lOJit .Street, close- a friend-
hln letween dog and mlatreai which
ha l la-led all "little Daisy's" life. The
III also provided that her own body
hould be cremated, "and tha ashes
scattered to the Binds."
The .estate of MIm nose, which
amounts to about 15,000, Is to be dl-
Ided among sixteen relatives and tha
Montlflore Home for the Aged, which
la mada the reslduarV legatee.
ELLIOTT AND UNDERWOOD
OUT AS RAILROAD CHIEFS
Removed ;is Opcratiti?; Officers of
New Haven and Kric, but
Still Head Qunpanics.
WASHINGTON. June 11 Howard Kl
Holt of the New lln ntid F. D. Under
uoci'l of thn I'.rln nra among tlm railroad
I'xeeuthes removed lo-dav as chief ot
rrntlnt; ofllforfl of their joads by mi
HEODORE P. SHONTS ILL,
IS HOSPITAL PATIENT
Very Sick Man" Is Report, "but
Resting Comfortably" Under
Treatment Some -Time.
President Theodore P. Bhonts of the
Interborough Ilapld Transit la In the
Post-Oraduate Hospital "a very alck
man, out eany io-iay was rejwnei
resting comfortably. The. hospital au
thorities declined to tell the nature of
For some time Mr. fihonts has not been
In rood health. A few days ago he went
to' his summer home at Long Ilranch,
but last Friday returned to Ma apart
ment at the Plata Hotel, where he was
under the constant care of his persona!
nhvslclati. Dr. Simuel Lambert of No,
132 West 36lh Street, lesieroay late
ha was removed fo the honpltat.
WANTED: OWNERS OF GEMS
SAID TO BE WORTH $3,500
'olicc Have Had Lost Bracelet and
Lavalliere, Set With Diamonds,
Nearly a iMonth.
T.lmt Tliomnson. In charge of the
Lost Property Ilureau at Tollce Head-
aurter. Is antlous to flna me owners
of two valuable pieces of Jewelry which
hnv hem held nearly a month. They
are a gold and platinum bracelet of thn
rinlbln extension variety, and a goiu
and plitlnum lavalliere. The former, sp
narrntlv made In France, has twenty-
seven diamonds and Its estimated value
! M.noo. The lavalliere Mas aixiecn
diamonds and Is valued at ll.COO,
The bracelet was found May 20 on
4Jd Street, near the Public Library, by
a boy who tried to dispose of It at
second hand Jewelrtr stores. Tne lavai
iier was found by Miss Schullch. an
employee of I, Oetler. on the noor 01
Ids store, No. 28 West lHth Btreet, on
Gnntemnlr. ItepoTerlnar From Dasaage
GHAT13MALA, June 11. The Amerl
rn Itrd Cross ltellef Commission,
which came here after the earthquake
,ilnjiler of last December, has closed
lis activities and will return to New Or-
i...... hv Dm timt ateaincr. Four hun
dred army tents are Hill belnic used by
Uhiw who lost their homes. Thn city
1, resuming Its normal lire,
S Nd Connection With Any Other Establishment in the World
! 43 & 45 West 34H1 Street
'fit .picture i.f the dsiiKr to Allstrln I tolntim iit of fr.lral insiigers to oparate
tho JUisMan Ixirdor and declared tho (vfl rom,aMlPj )l0W.Ver. ond their
TnlUs No. 339
Jflllt of lh Jrr at IliU lnt. Int
lh pircui- nt r-allr fln (untl
tnr Int rUht at ItiU lima vut
saarttafntii of aiituul Jnil
mtm in, nanlnilarlt Alufi'Unt
uLlla pur (Itvat Junf Sal- lrlrrr
tirini tha mnl In th. .err liwut
minimum. Atvj don I inrgrt iitav uur
(ami rl.a in! U ailfanlAaa
partni whtnafaf rmntnlmt.
Willi let NiwIO-PitiCttiiilHi
17-Pit Sptdtl Sill Clrtiltr.
ICaallr aece-albla from West S
br Mil at nil Bt. CroMtown C
f'on.l.tlni of all
A 5-Room Apartment
All Orond llanlils ZnAlil
A 4-Room Apartment I
of liar llrauly
Our LIBERAL TERMS
aluf I lie noalt
mennla t n la nn.lllMI
Itnxi H'(l, tlao u Maw loik HUla,
J.ri.i ami Cuonactliut.
Delivery br Jtlotor 'Irocka,
V l'r l rlihl Kullruva I ri,
tefund money ii it fails. 25c
Roumanian dynnsty was in ouuai
danger froni tho same aourco.
JJmpetor Charles pleaded with tho
Houmanlan KIiik to Join with other
monarchies (n Huropo Hi tho death
rnm.ln with democracy, and prom-
I i. ...i it.... ir t.Vr.ilniiiul wfitild nbamion
IP.-II I III! W ,1 -
the Allies, Germany and Austria would
support him In rotalnlnn his throne.
After portniytnir Houmanla as aban
doned by tho Allies nnd helpless bo
r.ir the. nowcrfuL. Central Powers,
Kmperor Charlca closed his lotter with
the sentence quoted above.
Klnc Ferdinand's letter to Alexander
MarBhlloman, tho Roumanian i re
mlcr, thnnklnB him for tho conclusion
of pence, marked Jho final step In the
KlnK's surrender 'lo the dosma of
Kmperor Chailes thnt lilnRS must
Tho earlier attitude ot Klnr; Ferdi
nand toward the war offers a striking
contrast to tho subservient tono of
his letter this month to Premier
Marnlloman. A ato m mid-February
tho Klnir expressed to the Asso-
i elated Press correspomiciu. nesirn
...... intnrvintv or a statement
. showliiK his loyal adherence to tho
alliance with tho F.ntente. should bo
I published In tho United Htale.
An audience was arranged nnd thn
vino- itmlxti'd on speaklnir Kncilsn, ni
i though ho Is not a comploto inaater
of KnRllan. because, ho said, ho was
anxious to inako his position nbso
lutely clear to tho American people
(hmiirtit that It could bo dono
better In plain Kngllsh tlinn throuRh
a translation from tho Krcnoh or
IKiutnanlan. Unfortunately, the In
txrvlnw was .tartcd to tho Tnlted
Htates by way of Odessa. A strike of
.Holsbevlk tolfurnpii operators mum
prevented It from golntc any farther.
On the mihject of pencil proposals
I by tho Central Powers, whlcli was
i then the nil-Important subject :n
'jnssy. tho King, In the Interview, de
I "it would be unthlnkahlo for Hon
mnnla to accept nenro without the
consent of her Allies. For Roumanla to
make such a peaco would uo nn net or
snlitries Kill be paid out of corporate
funds inthtr than from operating ro
eclpts uccrulng to tho Uovernmcnt,
WILL ORDERS DOG'S DEATH.
( urnrllii Itnap liistriifteil Kieoutur
lo I'hloriiform llrr I'rt.
"I illiect my exeiiitur to cause my
little dog Palsy tu be chloroformed af
ter my dentil."
This Jaiue In the will of Cornelia
for Hour Protection
For the past 14 years
Made on the banks
of tho Hudson River
Bayer-Tablets and Capsules of Aspirin
contain genuine Aspirin.
Demand them in the original packages.
For vour protection evary package
and every tablet Is plainly and in
variably marked with
(Rai. tl H. Tat.
fid i i. a rant that tha monoa.atkaild.at.r
rf ..ll.Tlka.ld In thtia tabku Ii ot Iha tcllabla
Ta trada-malh Apllln,,
"H I linaV.r.ttNfafaffli-Vlrf -n--e . a...Maihiiliaii-igaAW
Buy a Thrift Stamp To-day!
Fiflh Aic. at 35th Si
Tuesday and Wednesday
Women s Hosiery
Beginning Tuesday idlh
1450 prs. women's fine cotton
and lisle stockings, seamless, re
inforced heels and toes. Black or white.
Siys SU to 10.
Regular .35 grade. Special .29
1310 prs. women's cotton stock
ings, seamless, wide elastic Rarter tops,
high spliced heels, double soles. Shades
of tan and Palm Beach. Sies S 1 : to 10.
Regular .50 grade. Special .39
1950 prs. women's silk and silk
fibre stockings, cotton tops and
soles. Black, white, Russia calf,
Havana, brown .and fancy stripe.
Special Suit Sale of Importance Wednesday
; . - 34th Street-New York
To Close Out
327 Women's and Misses'
Wool Jersey Sport Suits
At Extraordinary Reductions
this season's smartest models in every desirable color.
75 SuitS Reduced to 18.00
165 SuitS. Reduced to 25.00
87 SuitS Reduced to 29.75
On account of the exceptional values and
limited quantities- early nclectlon In advised.
Extraordinary Sale Wednesday
Women's White Canvas Pumps
Superior White Camas, Hand turned wlcs, Louis XV. heels
Actual Value 5.50
Women's & Misses' Frocks
- .a '
In Constantly Increasing Variety
The Values Are Most Extraordinary
OtriV TUNIC FROCKS elaborately beaded
and embroidered. Afternoon Frocks of
Taffeta Silk, Foulard combined with
Georgette and Silk Gingham. Softly draped
Frocks of Figured Chiffon. Sport Frocks of Silk
or Wool Jersey.
ryEAUED AND EMBROIDERED FROCKS
J) of Crepe Georgette. Satin Frocks in plain
tailored and soutache embroidered effects.
Foulard Silks In novel designs. Headed and
embroidered Taffeta Silks. Sport Frocks of Fig
ured Khaki Kool and of Wool Jersey.
A FTERNOON AND DINNER FROCKS of
Georgette Crepe heavily beaded. Black
Lace Dinner Gowns. Frocks of Foulard
Silk combined with pleated Georgette. Sailn
Frocks with diagonal tunics outlined with fringe.
fiEORGETTE CREPE GOWNS heavily
jf beaded, in daytime and evening shades.
Beaded and embroidered Gowns of
Georgette draped over Satin.
Frock of Figured Voile,
IklEW SUMMER FROCKS of Gingham in
jy solid and hairline checks and plaids with
contrasting ivhite collars and cuffs.
Frocks of cord striped Voile.
jrpMB RO IDE RED VOILE FROCKS in white
Jjj and solid colots. Plaid and checked
Gingham Frocks in a large number of
smart designs with sport pockets and with
collar and cuffs of contrasting white.
1K1EW SUMMER FROCKS of White Organdie
Jy in surplice effect, finished off with wide
scallops. Frocks of novelty Figured Voile
In tunic effect. New Frocks of Pin Check Organ
die .with hemstitched collar and cuffs in con
trastlng white. Tailored Linen Sport Frocks.
FIGURED VOILE FROCKS in tier and
draped effects, featuring collars of em
broidered Organdie or lace trimmed
Georgette. New divided tunic Frock of corded
striped Voile In various color combinations with
Georgette collar, cuffs and vestce.
Frock of Headed
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
CLOTH SUITS, CAPES AND
COATS IS OFFERED AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
"To Let" Ads.
C IT II
Dimpiiry nome-seeKmg oy
saving time, temper and
Mm an Sale In Our Hrooklyn Store
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