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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER -4, 1'919.
TO-MORROW TO ACT. ON SHE HHP ' Walkout of 1,000 mmbfifs Without Forrhal Strike to" Be Taken Up. Interest la tlio printing situation In New'tork centres to-day In to morrow's meeting of Tyr?ranhlcal Union No. t. "Leon 11. Rouse, tn resi dent ot "niff Six." willircport the fall ore of tho negotiations vrtth tho em ployers' comfrUtleb and, the refusal' of employers' to ajrroe to tho Inauffu ra tion of the 44-hour wook. Id'auJolUarr to this, morn than l.OOh of the 7,000 of Ulpr Six" in walklnir out will bo taken up- i Many members of IHIs; rilx" pre dicted that a strike vojo would 'be taken t to-morrow's meeting and it was admitted ''that there were sharp differenced of opinion between' the radical and coneervaUve. elements ot the union. Marsdcn O. Scott, President or the, International Typographical' Union," who was expected tp come and order "Dig Six" to Instruct Its ,m embers Ho return to work whew. they hare walked out In sympathy wfth tho se ceding pressmen, ;la detained .In In dianapolis and sent here to represent him Bert Brady, Chief Organizer 'of the IriteraatlonaJ. ' A conference -or as held yesterday, aftoraoon In the Hotel Pennsylvania by Loon II. House, President cf "Bit Six'; Co). William Green, represent ing the Association ot Erriploylnff Printer: Mr. Bmdy, and if A- Blloojj. Industrial - Director of the United Typothstae of America. Mr. Rouse, questioned by the ptb ers, repeatedly denied that be bad suctioned members of his union" to Join the pressmen in their strike, and reiterated that be tried to Induce men to return to work when cues were brought to Ma "official" 4(eatia. 1' . : The situation does not seem any nearer a solution than yesterday," aid Mr. Bouse after the conference. He refused to talk 'further? Tfaji tirfinnaala wru mail in ) Reus to convey to the members 'of "Mk eixi" , a, t 1. Arbitration azreement In alt boa- traots to overlap the data,pf,cplta uon ot oouiracis "wnne nesjouaiions are in progress. I (h; 2. A If'week increase In' wagrt, cSfretlita now.' J. A 44 hour week, effective .May 1. 4. Approval of the International Typographical union. Mr. Bouse said he would submit the proposals to chairmen representing all uie shops ton strike and, to the satire membership of his union at a meeting to-morrow. Tho printers' Publishing Company, vaoiisnera oi me i.uernry ingesi. ware the victims yesterday of n walk out of (0 members of "Big fllx," al though its pressmen are still tt work. At a meeting of 161 periodical pub lishers -yesterday resolutions Were unanimously adopted in their stand against what they term the radical demands of the outlaw unions, The, report that certain publishers have ranted demands was1 dented, Ross 43cbnelderman, Secretary of tfce. Women's Trade. Union 'League aaaavneed that there wljl baa mint ing this afternoon at No. 7 East' ISth Htreet of copyholders to unionize that branch of the printing Industry. TOBACCO HOLdJtiQ COMPANY. Jfew A. T. Securities Corpora,!! 6 Aoqalre'bacoo Coca ns. i The incorpotatleu. yesterday In liele-) ware of the la, TV Securities CpfporaV Hon caused'', rs.U deil' of interest in Wall mrtg,.for e roason that It is to be the corporation to take over thotncrlijiuv -Tobacco Company's common Vtbck. ' it was announced mat the new com- , parry will offer four Charts ot Its stock 101 or each lir of American Toh common. 91 a i and thus'fsr about lis. ooo. par value, i. or about ii ut is per cent., of Asaerlean Tobacco corn nas,.ten acquired, ii is expecttd tntt practically all at the latter stock will be exchanred. It is expected, titit practical! jraslvrtn Helped aoethals to Bsiid Panama Canal, WABHINOTON; Oct 4. It Is known here that den. Jadwln, with illeut II. A. Bowie of the British Military Control Office at Waraawj'wa en routs to Kleff via Fastoff. It had mm reared mey wero the two offi cers reported klllid. 1 an. Jadwln was construction' en, rlneer on the Panama c&nni with ilen. Qoeibals. During the wr ti was in command of the service ot smpply for tho American Army France. Secretary Ilaher exproased eurprlse and anxiety when he was In- xorsaea ot tne rumor. 4ranklrd by Her Kal.e Teeth. nAom.iuiufl, uct, 4. Strshslod by her false ieeth Which she swallowed aooerdlnk to the poiloo, Mrs. Carrie ll! warren Is dead hre. There May 0e Just as ii WAW ORANGE PEKOE, but notiody vtr -aw it .Buy on th Name SAL ADA" . MMSM MOW ONLY - x E7L Victim of Cop's First Arrest Accused of Carrying . "Hidden Weapon." Tom ITarrlson Is a handsome young cop who- has been on tho forco for two months. Up to BiSO o'clock this morning he hadn't made an arrest. At tho hourt mentioned ho wag walk ing In the shadows ot Filth Avenue, near 4Sth Htrcnt, when ha saw a man suddenly spring Into view from some whore and hall a passing taxi. Tho stranger made a shift of some thing .from his. right hip to his left is he ra In 'tho radiance ot the electric llgths the young policeman saw. the! Cash as the transfer was mado and thoughts of a Harlem hold- Up' and a murder last night flitted throurh Itls mind. Quito put of breath, but otnorwlse fresh and vlg otous, his hand was on the stronger shoulder as bo was about to step Into the cab. Harrington ran his hand over tho man's hh and felt tho "gun." Off to tho East fcfst Street Btatlon be hur ried his prisoner and booked him for violating tho Sullivan law. Then, and not tin then, the prisoner was "frisked." and out of the left hip wan fished a pint flask. Jeremiah Creary, of No. 227 East 57th Street, turned a.sarcastio glare on Un young, cop, but Jeremiah Q'try didn't know police methods, A "charge' had been made and the clever lleutMtnt oft the desk said 'that it would have to stand untn disproved in court, So they put Mr. CLeary into t coll .until it was time to Juke all prisoners to the Torkvlue Pollco Court. When Magistrate I)ouras heard. the story, his expression was ono of,,dta gust tinged with dlsfaayV lie declared that the detention ot Mr. O'Leiry 'was an 'outrage opd promptly gave him an honorable discharge Mr. O'Leary was doing somo bard think lor leavrng court. jiitJ-x '3 . ' EX-GROWN PRINCE TO VISIT FATHER Request to Transfer Residence From - WIerlngen t'dmVroh'gert Prob . , ably Will Be Denied. . WIBAIKOBN,. Oct, 4 (Associated- Prcss)-Th6, forntor Crown Prince of uormany lort yestorday, to visit for mor'fcmpirdr William at Am'eironf ill. The visit will Mast Jot' a few days, the Prince wtl be accompanied on his trp by the Butch Secretary aen eral Kan. Tho former .Crown Prince, who it was reported, had requested Do rails-. slon to' 'transfer his" residence hum Wlerlngen to Amerongen in order' to bo' .near 111 father and to live In a more agreeoblo climate, will probably remain throughout the winter at Wlerlngen. iritis) Budapest. Jtewi Monayahtat Appeals . Pasted -it Tbtoumi Xfxr. j . VIENNA, Oct. 4. Eighteen hundred British soldiers hve arrived at Buda pest ana l.ouu Italians are eapeotsa som, . iThf Allied " troops will take oyC eolcy duty alter the departure ot the toumsnlios, BUUAriaoT, oct. . Tho city hu suideWv 'become blacarded with Isnro ptiitsrsJaununonlnf the people. rnsard is. oirS-ape, or cresa. to ran to to onxrohv and dumtndlnir an Immediate Mooting at taa 'National Asseinbly1 for tbopuose , of. bringing about a Hon-. j ns uovernment n iw maoo ppona flrfurnj nil 0 wine that tho fiovlvt rule In llunoary oost'.ttio. country U,76,000, 000 crpwns. Plaas flprsahaf Press Hnrraa. I'AKIH, Octi 4. The Temps learns from Oeneva that PhUlcp Scheldemann., tho former Qerman Chancellor, during a vuit to Bwitstrlarid talked with var ious, Oermtn-Bwlst personages regard ing the creation ot a groat International press agency. Its aim would be to supply tne foreign press witn pro dtrtuan nows. Kalsalt Haadlt la Mairat. ' MADltm, Oct. .Military operations against rtalsull bands In MOroeoo aro nrocedlng favorably, according to an bflcUl staUMmt Issuod hero. The bandits are reported to.be in rntreat and to he eMndontnc their dead and wovhdod. Lalln amerlaaa llntsa Soaghi WABlItNOTO. Oct. 4. A resolu tion favoring an International Union ot all Ijitln-Amerloarr Republics for main tenance of the integrity and sovereignty of. etch nation has Iweli adopted Unan- lmu1' y ths Colombian Senate, according to a despatch to-day to the n.Mrtmrnt. a Tea Good as ARMY CLOTHING TO BE SOLD HERE 1 T Postmaster Patton Announces How the Public Can Buy Goods at Small Prices. Postmaster Patton announced to daw h. M.nn.rfinn r h. T.t Br PARCE P i .v . . i . l'n tn following, under the caption Offloe In the wle. of surplus Army ,ht Mayor VjnMU yliul. Wbat Quartermaster supplies other than will tho Mayor Do About the Mayor's foodstuffs' at tho Quartermaster Refusal to Obey the Mayor!" Corps Retail Store, No. ti West 11th' "On a June , lilt, application was Street. It Is available only for pur- m"d ' Bt,om Estimate for chasers In New York. Connecticut ft tnfer 0f l,Sf0. from the appro.irl and New Jersey, outsldo of Oreater t,olu 'r Uio tflre Department, Co.lp New York and bounded within in 1W5' Oenernl Wont Equipment, to Iho New York State by a lino drawn due, east from the east and west Penn sylvania State line to the northwest corner of Connecticut. . Orders must be accompanied with a Post Offlott money order, certified check or erpreaa money order drawn to tho order of "Quartermaster Corps Retail Store." Only goods classified -as "new" and no reclaimed or renovated goods are to be sold on mall orders. For purchasers In New York State outslds ot, the districts served, as In dicated above, by the New York City store, a store bos been established ut Schenectady. Postage will be prepaid- by; the Quartermaster Corps, but shipments valued at less than $2 are shipped at tho owners' risk unless the remit tance Includes funds for postul In surance. Purchases lor amounts uver 2 are Insured by the Govern ment, 4 V Shipments valued at less than 12 aro shipped at tho owncrn' risk unless the renilttanco Includes funds fof postal insurance., Iurchahos lot amounts over ti are Insured bv. tus Government. Tho principal articles for. sale ar as follows' ut tho indicated p'rlacs. Arctics, cloth top (no), ' Sl.au per Pnir. Arctics, all rubber (new), 12.24 per voir. Arctics (reclaimed or renovatod), all kinds. II por pair. Blankets, wool (reclaimed or reno wned), IS each. . rtUiikot, cotton (now)t,S per pair. lllankota, wool a4 cotton , mixed (new). IS ac1f V f Blankets, wool afcd. cotton raized, (re claimed or rsnoVatd)J II.J0 eachj Blankets; woet'(naw). It each. Blankets, cotton, (reclaimed or renovated).-It per. pair. Boot, rubber, hip (new), i.26 per oalrv 7 Brushes, sorub (new), IS cents each. Ilnishes, shaving (new), 14 cunts each. Candles, tallow (new), 20 cents per pound. Cans, ash or garbage' (now), assorted sites. i each. ' ' ' Drawers, wool, heavy, winter (new), II per pair. . . Drawers, wool, light, CO cents per pair. Drawers, winter, wool, heavy (re claimed or renovated), 10 cents per pair. Drawers, winter, floece-Ilned (re-i claimed or renovated), SO cents .per pilr, ... . Drawers, summer, balbrlciran (new), ,50 cents per pair; ' Drawers, ttiromw, nainsook (now)f 40 eonts per' pair. . . . vi Drawers, summer, elastic seam (r)ew) CD cants por pair, " -t Drawers, summer, knee length (new), SO cents per pair. Drawers, summer, full length (new), 10 cents per pair, Drawers, summer, balurlggan (ro- claimed or renovated), 25 cents Mr pe'i"- . . . ' Drawers, summer, nainsook (re tlslmsd or renovate). 35 cants per Drawers, summer,- Elsitlc sesrh (re elstmed er renovated), 15 cents per pair. I Drawers, summer, knee length (re els I mod or nenovated), 25 cents per pair. Drawers, summer, full length (re claimed or renovated), 24 cents per pair. aioves, Jersey knit (new),' 20 cents nor calr. Overalls, combination (new), lt0 par Overalls, combination (reclaimed or renovated), ii.x t vr11a hIK nwl. ir pair. Overalls, bib (new), 11.15 per pair. Overalls, bib (reclaimed, or; renovated), IS cents Dr nalr. Faper, toilet, "rolls, three for 25 cents, Socks, summer, cotton (new) 15 cents por pair. Socks, wool, light (new) 15 cents per pair. Books, wool, light (reclaimed or reno vated) two pairs for IS cents. . Socks, wool, heavy (new) 45 cents per pair. ' Socks, wool, heavy (reclaimed or renovated) SO cents per pair. - Towels,, bath (new) 44 .cents each, , Towels, nuck (new) zo cents eacn. Undershirts, wool, winter (now) II Undershirts, winter, cotton, rleeco lined (new) 60 cents each. , . Undershirts, wool, winter (reclaimed or renovated) . 10 cents each. Undershlrls. winter, cotton, peee; lined .(reelalmid or renovated) . 30 nunta ASnh. Undershirts, summer (new) to cent Undershirts, summer (reclaimed 01- ranovatedl IS cents each. Prmtnnt showing the locatlhn of other retail stores cstauuanco' ihrAvichout ths country for tho dlsno' sltlon of surplus army supplies ar posted in the corridors oi tne uenera- t,i.t omen and all I'ost uiuco Hta lions throughout this city, whero they may bo consuitca oy mo general publc. 48,738 JOBS FOR HEROES, That Number Provided by flrooUlrn War Camp Coniwnnltr In the past eight months, when the search for positions for ex-servloe men was keenest, 4S.7U jobs were found by the Brooklyn offloe ot the New York War Carrm Community Bervloe.at No, J14 Montague Street During that pe rlod 7.TJ1 ex-service men applied to the Community Service Tor jobs, and of that number the high total of ilOO actually "landed" a position. The unused Jobs with full data on them wero tqmed over uy tn uommunuy nsrvin io in jr eu eral rimplorpmeiit liureau, Assisting the Community ) work was an effletsnt (rrc Service In in of nem en from the Women's Nival Rsrvlce Inc., of which Mrs, Maude Canfleld Is president. the Women's Ntval miffy Wins Over Bevlne. CLINTON, Mass., Oct 4.BI11)' Duffy of Ererett def'sted WleWsy n- vlne of I'rov.'drnce, It 1, In a fast twelve round bout hre last night. The contest was witnessed 4y 1,100 SUGGESTS MAYOR F T Citieps' Union- Quotes Hylan for Authority to Prosecute in Expense Shortage. The Searchlight for September, pub- ,lne1 tho Cltlsens' Union, con- Mayoralty appropriations codes as ioiiows: "Code -Supplies jjoo " Equipment 100 S5 Messenger sorVlce,.. 100 " Contingencies T'JO Total i,600 "Transfer of funds .was authorlsad at.tt mrollng of the Board ot Esti mate Juno 2v, 1015., "The budgot allowances for tho Mayor's OlDce which wore thus re plenished were: . . "Code 2 Supplies , 300 " SI JUqulpment 140 " 03 Messenger service... 3j0 " M Contingencies ....... &r0 Tdlal .'. .$1,150 "Now turn back a bit and sco what the Mayor had to- say of this sort of procedure last year. "Shortly after tho approval of tho 1919 budget was made final by his signature, Mayor Hylun sent a etr of Instructions to . each department wnicn, in pari, reaa as follows: " Thero aro sums of monoy appro priated for the administration of each department and such sums arc di vided Into specific amounts under ouch codo number for particular pur poses. Ifcjoh su,m la provided for the payment of the expenses of that par ticular purpose 'oft uujootf for twclvo months and. not. ,moro than, one twelfth of such amount can be used locally in any one month. "It Is gross or culpable neglect of duty to spend more than one-twclfth if the money provided for In the budget for any purposo or object in nny qho month, and any violation of these soctlons by the head of the do rnrtmcnt or . any of his subordinates will bo sufficient causo tp mnke nec essary a ennngo in tne department as well as belng.HtibJect to-criminal pros ecutI6n. "'Icndaordepartments in the past In aomenstancefl have not given the sorlous consideration that they should to communications, from this office. Tho fact that I um calling this mat ter to your attention should be suf ficient.' . , r "In vlewof the fact that the funds for the' rrlfctnfenanea'Vit tho.' Mayor's offlpo bnvfl been exhausted In. Six months, In violation of Mayor Hylan's explicit Instructions and his Interpre tation of the law, tho query Is perti nent whether Mnyor Hylan will now remove the incumbent of the Mayor's office and call upton tho Prosecuting Attorney of the county to commence criminal procordlnci mscalnst Hylan for violating Hylan s instruction' $6,000 FOR WATCHMAN. Chicago Benefit for Man Who Tried to Avert Tanner Tra'itedr. C3IICAOO, Oot. 4. More than 18.000 for the benefit of John Mll1r,'a rail way watqbmarl, who was1 Injured re cently when he sought to have the lives of William Fitch Tanner and his wlfawho died toirethor when Mrs. Tannnr's heel was caught before an nnrusning train, was reantoa last night at a testimonial performance of aotors and octresseti now playing In Chicago. The'nmount will bo added to that raised by newspapers In Chicago, New York and elsewhere. ARIS THEATRE STRIKE ENDS Mettled Through Mediation ot 3tln-' iter of )Htraolnit. PARIfliOot. 4.f Ah agreement be tween, the. manager and the1 Theatre Workers' Federation for the settlp metit of- the strlko In theatres and musln halls .which was nnlliil abmit a weo.K ago, nai ceon reaohod tlirniiKli the mrdutlnti of Louis Laierro, Min ister of Instruction. Tho strike will end to-day. Bishop John V'Saa-e. Dies, 8AI.INA. Kan.. Oct. 4. niahon John c. Sage, fifty-six years old.. of tho Episcopal DIocestf of Sal In a, died, suddenly yesterday. Its Is survived by his widow and ono daughter, Mrs, Arthur Taber . of Ited Wlnir. Minn The Blshqp was born In Cioveland. lie was consecrated in January, 1917. French Elections Nor, O, . PARIS, Oct. 4, Jules Pams. Mini ter of tho Interior, .will InTrirm the Chamber of Deputies, on Tuesday that me uoYvrmiiEni nai ueciuea to Hold tne logisiauvc eirciions on NOV. 9. r- 1 1 1 Denvrr Tmcbrrs. to Form Union, DtlNVKIt. Colo.. Oct. 4 TMinhoi-. of the Dsnver High schools havo voted to form a labor union and imuaio witn tne, Aiusrican FeJcro linn ni i.autir. Huyler8 FIRE HIMSEL FOR SPENDINGIOOFAS Huffy "Marshmallows dipped in Butter Scotch a delicious candy creation of tore flavor. All Huyler'a stores and ssssssssssssssal M sal H III UP-STATE WOMEN 1NG OF .IS. Democrats Resent Selection, of City Chairman by National Officers. ALBANY, Oct. 4. A disagreement prevented tho Womah's Sthte Demo cratic Tarty In session here from ntmlng n Chairman yesterday. Ac tion was put over until afterwUcctlon. Up-Stato women Insisted on the- selec tion, of Mm. Albert II. Illldrcth, a prominent club woman of Syracuse, who managed dov. Smith's campaign for women voters, Instead of Mrs. John Shcrwln Crosby of Now York. Mrs. Crosby was put at tho head of the Democratic women by National Chairmen Homor 8. Curnmlngs and Norman E. Mack, and aomo' of the women resented their Interference In selecting her. They demanded that they be at owed to mako their own Choice. They aro also Insisting on equal representation in county organ izations, a matter which will probably bo acted on at a meeting in Buffalo cn Oct 20. Plans ot the Commit tee of One Hun dred New York Stnto Democrats to back William O. MoAdoo for the Presidential nomination noxt year aro more and more In evidonco. Others on the committee's slato aro former Gov. Martin II. Qlyrln'for tho United mates senate ana cuner l-rnnklin u. RoosAvolt or Byron Ndwton (or Gov ernor. Invitations' to 350 prominent Doniocratlc men and women will be tent out within tho next two weeks, urging thom to cither Join tho com mllteo or actually sunrinrt it. It is the commltteo's Intention, It Is said, to nhelvo both Gov. Smith and Stnto Chairman W. W. Farley, Tho Oovcmor'H friends, however, dcclnro thnt ho Is still in tho running. They point to his declaration to tho con ference of Democratic women thnt tho Republicans .would not get r.wny with their demand for a Re publican Governor on the ground that Smith "did nothing," un long as he keeps his voice and strongth. JAMES GORDON BENNETT'S EXECUTORS ANSWER SISTER Turned Over All Securities of Trust Fund Left by Father, Is Reply' to Jerome's Demand Eugene lllgglns. Hodman1 Wanamnkcr and thrf Guaranty Trust Company, ns executors of tho will of James Oordon nennett, xesterdav answered in tho Surrog.-ito'.s Court an order obtained by William Travers Jrromo directing thnm (o turn over tohj'm. ns trustee of n fiind estnbllshed by Jnmcs Gordon nennctt sr. for the benefit of hit daugh ter. Mrs. Jennettn Hell pi.in purities of tho fund supposed to bo in winr poBsrvninn. lira, executors assort that they turned 'Or to Mr. Jeromn last Juniuirv all hA securities belonging to tho truit fund for.Mrs. nell thtfn In their possession. i nc i younger James Oordon Bennett was tho trusteu of Ihn fumt ..f.k. Ilshed by his father for his sister, and after his deuth was succeeded by Mr. Jernmo. Tho three executors of th nnnnnit estate say there was no neeiimulotnii in. coma belonging to tho trust fund at tho i line or Jir. ticnncivs ueatn. surroguto Fowler reserved decision. CHARGES BANK WAS SHUT FOR POLITICAL REASONS Editor of Non-Partisan Leader of St. Paul Declares Fargo Institu tion Is Victim of Conspiracy. ST. PAUU Oct. 4. Oliver S. Morris, editor of the Non-Partlsan Leader ol fit. Paul, official organ or the National Non-Partisan League, issued a state ment hefn to-d.iy regarding tho closing 6f tho Scandlnavlsn-Amerlcan Bank ol Fargo yestcrdsy, In which he' soya; "Of ficers of tlio bank stste they expect to atsrt proceedings against tho State of ficial on tho grounds of conspiracy to wreck the luink for political purposes." Mr. Morris in his statement says: 'The Scandlnavlan-Amerlcnn Hank has been meeting all its obligations wunoui even a, suspicion or unsound ness. But Attorney. Goneral William Longer and Secretory of State Thomas Hall, .who constitute a majority of the Banktnx- Board of North Dakota, and are enemies of the Noo-Partlsan league, lorrnca mo pioi to ciose me Bcanai-nnvlan-Amcrlcan Bank some weeks aco. "The lesgue has been doing a large part of Its business through this bank end the bank has made large loans to the league and Its subsidiary organisa tions, all, howovor, secured by' collateral dntihle tn value to tho loans made. "When I loft Ulsmsrck vesterdnv It was espoctAd that the bank would be reopened wunin a weoK or ten days." .IChlniller llnrk From Spain. Kurt Bchlndler, hea'd 'of the Schol.i Cantorum and well known In musical circles In this city, returned yesterday on the liner Irfon VIII. from Spain, wncro no spent tio summer,- no uroucnt DncK several (Spanish out songs. Scotch Kisses agepcica arc featuring Scotch Kisses this week in 50c. and ajc boxes. Buy your box today ilsr ill.! J iJP II liJITIliUiliJ BLOCK NAM MRS CROSBY BOLSHEVIK! HEADY h: Ji' Wmake PEACE But 'WocBle' Murine Lifted and Operations Ended, Says t Clilchrirt, TAnis Oot". 4J0corga Chlcherln. Busslah Bolshevik Foreign Minister, In a messages sent broadcast by wire less and received here yesterday, "Our Intentions regarding peaco re- ' main the same its when tho Bullitt mission nrrlvcd. Wo aro ready to mako penco at nny moment, provided military operations are stopped Imme diately and tho blockade Is lifted. Wo have not Imposed, and wo do not ' wish to impose,, communism on nny- William C. Bullitt, a member of tho American 'Peace Brlegntlon, In testi mony given recently before the. Ben nto Foreign; Belatlons Committee, said he had boon sent' W llussla in Febru ary to Jcara the, terms upon which tho Soviet Government wquld agree to stop fighting nnd make' pence. Tho Lenlne peace proposals, he tes tified, included among-, other things, nn nrmlstlco for-two weeks, subject io extension raising of tho economic blockade, Immediate "withdrawal from rtusslan'terrltory of all Allied troops, no further military aid to bo given to antl-Sovlet Governments, and recog nition of responsibility for Russia's foreign debts. ' DIADEM FOR BRIDE. Itlshop ' riarch Will Officiate at Stolen Island Wedding. Miss Adcle Duffle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel I'clton Duffle, win bo married this afternoon to Capt. Robert Sherman Bsrr, U, S. A, stationed at Fort Hamilton. The ceremony will bo lerrormed oy itisnop i;nnnc eumtier iliirch of the dlocVsn of New Tork. at ths Church 'of ' Die Ascension. Now- UrlRhton. The bride's veil will be fastened bv n diadem of diamonds which was wont at the wedding of her grandmother Countess Duffle, member of a famous French family. Saves Time! Saves Work! ,Rub once over your furniture not twice. Use ono cloth, two. Not A clcaxi, dry lustre that lasts. Lyknu actually rc movesdirt does not cover it up. e Little! Rab Dryl ADVERTISEMENT. Article No. 33 Chiropractic For Health The heart, as well ns all vital organs of the body, is controlled and derives Its vigor and capacity from the nftrvrs. If the nerves serving the heart are Interfered" with, some form of heart disease will surely follow conversely, it Is the contention of Chiropractic that when the heart s)ibws symptom's of disease, the cause mayrbe traced to Interference wtb vigorous nerve nctlon. There ,1s Only one; place In the bod)' where nerves tire forcetl to pnss -be tween bony structures the back bone. If certain vertebrae nre by nny cnusc forcetl from their proper alignment, pressure' will result on nerves that control the heart. When Such pressure Is exerted tho nerves may become atrophied and heart weakness and. disability result. All forms nf heart Incompetency are traced by Chiropractic to this cause. Chiropractors assert that tn Hie great majority of cases of so called "heart trouble," they have brought about wonderfully bcnrArlnl results by readjusting the misplaced boncj of the spine, thus freeing the nerves and nllowinR It to regiiln Its normal vi tality and rluclciicy'. Before consulting a Chiropractor always make Inquiry of the Chlro practlc Bureau nf 'Public Informs tlon. Address nil Inqaarlcs tn C. H., Box 50. The livening World, New York City. Chlfopxttrs oi Now Ycrk and Ntw Jry OUctU Bssartes.) , k " ! " Tn the editorial Section Is there a world-wide conspiracy against silence? You'll believe there is when you read James Gibbons Huneker's ARTICLE ON Noise Our National Neurosis Tn the metropolitan Section Football signals in the home a really, truly comic by FRUEH. The experience of a man who has to cut out nicotine, by MONTAGUE. Also Manhattanitcs in HERB ROTH. Special features. (SECOND NEWS SECTION) Cudcndorff Uon Cirpitz Special Length Sunday Instalments, of These Two Im portant Serials. third news Section RUSSIANS BACK TO SERFDOM. . Workmen find rule of the BoUheviki a cruel despotism more absolute than that abolished by the revolution. A remarkable article, of special timeliness and import ance, by The World's staff correspondent. Arno Dosch-Fleurot Tn Ciie Sunday Md magazine FRUEH'S FUNNY MONUMENT PLANS bristle with artistic originality, and pay long-neglected tribute to some overlooked heroes and martyrs. SOCIETY JEWEL ROBBERS have had an unusually prosperous season, cleaning up some $2,000,000 loot at summer homes and seaside resorts patronized by wealth and fashion. Contributory causes for this epidemic of pojite brigandage are discussed by a famous criminologist. ? THE DIRIGIBLE ELECTRIC DOG. of purely mechan. ical breed, is a sort of canine Frankenstein monster calculated to give pause to any burglar, whether or not he proves Prof. Loeb's theory that all living creatures are automatons. OUR FORTY THOUSAND NEW MILLIONAIRES are not all profiteers, explains Banker A. M. Andrews, but in many instances had their burdens of wealth forced upon them by the war. THE "Y" GIRL, OVER THERE, had a corner on woman hood, and made a great hit "playing the difficult imaginary roles of wife, sweetheart and mother to our wandering soldier boys," as av sympathetic World Magazine writer puts it TENNIS AS AN AID TO BEAUTY has the practical indorsement of America's foremost ' worsen players, who prove possible the double championship of sport, and feminine attractiveness. .fisb.iLua anion motion. Smart sketches by MSI II U F 9 $mt - 1 JSi- ti