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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST? 4, 1921.
WUTOFWAY," pLLS GOLFER, AND Informal Banter Marks Presi dent's Visit in White Mountains. WELCOMED 'BY CROWD. Executive, in Lancaster Ad dress, Says America Will Fulfill Her Destiny. liANXJAETTDlt, N. If., Aug. . Pres acnt Hardinp drove off on the first round of thu Mount Prospoct amateur golf tourna-mcnt to-day. .Only members of tho Presidential party wro ollrtllo to "play In tho tournament, which Is helru? staged on tho miniature nlne-holo course laid out on tho "White Mountain side of tho estate. In tho practice round Trostdcnt Harding mado a nooro of 34 for none holcb, tho record for the course. Al though, the fades aro only a few yards apart, roush gTound :uid a profusion of rock3 make the courao exceedingly difficult. A Milvcr loving cup, offered .by Sec retary "Weeks, -will Iks presented to the -winner. Senator New Is the only one of tho party not playing golf. "It's a poor game," he said. "You can't even speak to a man when ihe la playing. I'm not old enough or fat enough and I'm too sociable to play that game." The atmosphere of the house party Is most Informal and the president takes his share of the banter and tries to return it blow for blow. President Harding got in the way of Senator l'Vcllnghuyscn, who was practicing for the tournament. there!" the Senator shouted at the President, who hustled obediently to the sidelines. The President seems to be enjoy ing his stay here immensely and is reluctant to leturn to Washington. He was in a facetious mood when' movie photographers called to-day. After posing on the steps of the lodge they asked the President to climb tho 40-fot tower on top of the mountain. The President sized up the high observation post und dicw a long sigh. "All right," ho told the movie men. "But remember. 1 expect our con tinual suppo-t for this." The President was looking rather serious when the cameras were set. Charlcn '1'iorco, ,t member of the party, thought a amile would be better. "Say there, "Pros," you'd better amlle for the bojs." ho fcaid. HARDING DOES IT! To-morrow the President will motor' twenty-tivo miles to Gorham, N. H to visit disabled soldiers in a Govern- i ment rehabilitation hospital there. Following the golf play. Lancaster Riind all tho surrounding White .Moun f tain country joine.i in a public wot- ' come to President Harding. Thousands from other towns came In by automobile and trains to swell the crowd that gathered in Continen tal Square to cheer the Chief Kxccu tivo and hear him deliver a short response. "Nothing on earth can prevent America from fulfilling her God-givrji destiny," President Hardiug declaioi in his spcccli here. "America to-day is more firmly founded than ever nnd it is my hope that before my tornv of office shall havo expired, the things for which wo have stood will be so firmly rooted that man can give his attention to tho pursuits of peace and the attain ment of those higher ends which Go..' intended." The proudest person in the coun tryside hereabouts, na'rrini: of course tho caddy who carried President Harding's clubs, Is Mrs. Nancy O'Neill, cook in the Weeks house hold, who possesses the secret recipe for muklng tho doughnuts. Mr. Harding was first introduced to them some years ago, when, as a comparatively inconspicuous Sen ator fiom Ohio, he visited Mr. Weeks here. Apparently the taste lingered, tor one of the first things the presi dent did on arriving at the Weeks home was to inquire If doughnuts were still being surved. At breakfast there was placed be lr.wM,.nt n nlatter heaped luic i with what Mrs. O'Neill describes :us . , . Man' l.-nf-lnn.l KtvW" lKG.rts vary as to how many Mr. Harding con.-nnueu. NAP AT FAREWELL BEFORE SAILING COST HIM $2,000 flronklyn Man I,oe Saving He AVaji o Put In Ilaliir. Krank Pimpion, No. 10? South Ninth Street, Brooklyn, wived his roonJy till ho hud 2,000, with which he was to sail for South America to-day to Invest in buslrrers. Hut bo did not sail. He told the police that he wont to the Tlroii yesterday to say goodhy to a (tl 'iid and hat they Triialred to a cafo at 161st Street and Melrose Avenue, where ho orderd drinks for all present and displayed his roll. Then he went to lwp In the back room nnd when h awoke his money was gone. Charlos '.iejrlor, No. 363 Mast 11Mh Blrect, who is said to hao been in the raf?, was held without bail in the Mor rlslana coiu-t to-day on a short ntlldavil charging 'hat he knnvw .oinethlntf atout the robbery. 11 nun .'-II-1 for iiinlrrilam An'. ihool. Plans were filed to-dny for a m v public fjiool at No, lo Am sterdam Avenue, to be l;nowi as Nn. U9. ,lt will ho tlrtproof. 133 f:et wld , 119 fet deep and five store high. 15. J. Snyder Is the architect. The esti mated coet U 1.000,003. Three Minute Hot Weather With Doctor Copeland on Mostly Concerning New RS WARRANTS ISSUED Health Commissioner, Tem porarily 111, Proves a Sick Man Can Have His Wits About Him He Says Cold Water Is the Best "Summer Hooch" and Milk Is the Most Nourishing Food. By Sophie Irene Loeb. Itoyul S. Copeland, Commissioner of Health, has been ill and Is now convalescing, all of which has not stopped him from conducting his tre mendous work, writing articles, and all else that falls to tho duty of a first class Health Commissioner. Most of the time he has been re clining on his couch with his car close to the telephone in his country home at Suffcrn, N. Y.. so that when I called him, I asked. "Aro you equal to a three-minute bombardment con ducted according to The Kvening World hot weather, rapid-fire style?" His answer came sharply, "Shoot!" I then Informed Central to look at tho time and count us out at three minutes. She probably thought that 1 did not have money enough to pay for more than the accustomed thtw minutes, so she informed me that I already had one minute used up In the preliminary explanatory talk ex plaining. After being sure she would get tho minute, I called. Are sou; read V" I He .inswred, "What's the first?" ' The following questions were then' put to him, one afler the other, since I know that he lr Interested in the human equation, since he -has rolved' every problem in th universe dovn to the biggest ono health. Accord ing to Commissioner Copeland, tho centre of gravity and everything else Is drawn toward that ono element health. HE'S OFF AND ON AN INTER ESTING SUBJECT. Here ire go: Q. No. 1 What is the best hootch for the summer? Commissioner Copeland Cold wa ter. Q. No. 2 What Is the most Im portant thing to do lor a teething baby on a hot day? Commissioner Copeland Have it chow on a piece of ice. Q. No. 3 What is the cheapest and most nourishing lood in tho world? Commissioner Copeland Milk. Q. No. A What Is the biggest job of a Health Commissioner? (Here came a peal of laughter and a quick answer.) CommUsioner Copeland Keeping women good natured. Q. No. 5 Should the city have Its own municipal milk business? Commissioner Copeland Yes, It should have a plant equipped to sup ply tho babies and patients In the hospital, if nothing else. Q. No. 6 What Is the easiest way to get thin? Commissioner Copeland Honest perspiration. Q. No. 7 What is the easiest way to get tat? Commissioner Copeland lie lazy. Q. No. 8 Are women better judges of men than men are of women".' Commissioner Copeland Yes. He cause In addition to intelligence they have instinct, which men do not have. Q. No. 9 What is the biggest fault of tho human race? ' Commissioner Copeland Neglect of the human body. Q. No. 10 What is tho quickest thing t do for sunstroke? Commitsloner Copeland Place pa tient In cool place and pour water over him. Q. No. 11 Wtat Is the first aid to a person drowning? Commissioner Copeland J.oosen clolhlns and give jrllllcial respira tion. Q, No. 12 Should women smoke cigarettes? Commissioner Copeland (htrippiiij; nnil laughing, ailing "Tliat'j a hot ono.") Vh, If they want to. Q. No. 13 What dots Pi olilbltlon mean In New York City? Commlsiionor Copeland It has In creased tho number of drug addicts for the present, but ultimately It will prove very beneficial. Q. No. 14 Should women wear one-piece bathing suits? Commissioner Copeland Certainly, they should. So rapid had been his answers that I had no more questions prepared, so I suggested that he put a question to himself, which he did. Commissioner Copeland (asking himself Q. No. 15) What would X do If I had a million dollars? Commissioner Copeland (answering his own question) I would start a housing plant in New York City and engage the Building Association to lend money to help people help them selves by giving better housing at moderate rents. This Is the crying need of New York and one of the big things that affects the health of tho people. KoiJi ends of the line "hung up" and the interrieic iom over. When I get inn "iing-dxlanrc" hill I'll kuw just how much time the doctor consumed and he able to announce it. Hut this I do know: He iot.i tcell icithin the allotted time, and it that operator puts in a charge of more than four mie. utcs there'll be a loud protest. Four minutes aloir.s fur three minutes of interview ond one minute of prelimin ary talk. That's what I'll pay for, and the doctor's hot iceathcr health Itints arc trill irorlh tho money. RADIO STATION IN POLAND; TO COMMUNICATE'WITH U. S. IIIkIi PtMTf r Wnilrn Plftnl In fir Krrelcil Near WarsaTr. A Mali pi'wer rarl j station af the niwt modern type is to bo erected m-ar Wnrfaw. Poland, according to an acre nicnt signed to-diy by representative.! of the Radio Corporation of America and the Polish Ministry of PJsts and Telegraphs. The agreement waj ex. -cuted at the Polish lc;al bureau, No 2 llrondway, ;mtl one of the signers of it was Prince Kailmicr I.uboinlrski. tho Polish Minister. It Is estimated that the new plant will cost U'.oUO.OuO. The first shipment of apparatus will le made from this countr in about six months. A ear will be required to erect the station. It is exported that commercial operation nlll begin early in 1923. It will provide direct radio communication with thu United States. 1lmiiny Denied to etrrn. The application or Ikina Wallls IvCO dom Tlgho lor allnionj and counsel fee le a dlvoico artlon ugaiiiFt Harry Tighn was to-day denied by Supremo Court Justice liurr. I'ntll last June the tlghes were partners In a vaude ville act. They were mariiud In Nmorn Iht. The huiband denied allegations of misconduct und charged his wife frequently went motoring with men. .Mrs. Tltrlic claimed she hid been unabto to obtain a partner ufter leaving her husband. KEEP LUSK SILVER SHINING! GRATEFUL PUBLIC AIDS FUND Wine Coiitribiiiions io M.ti;i K;i nioiis bel Siiin? Like Gou.l DeJ in Naughty World. To ti.e I.tliltjf of Tu Kieniiig WurU: Inclosed Hud 5 cents toward "the Sterling Senator Lusk's" silver polishing fund. July SO. CORONA, N. Y. TolJi lihlrrot'Pnc Ltfii ng WoHd. In order to assure the succesi of the campaign started by your torrespondijiit "Admirer" to keep the lustin on Air. I.usk's silver ware ulloiv i w to fuither swell tho fund by two cents. .Mr. I.usk's silverware mrnit be kept in brilliancy at all timr.s. Tin. staggering hurdrn must be toler ably borne by all public-spirited citizens who are sensitive of tho untiring and zealous efforts on the part of out Senator tJ make the city us bright as his silverware. .Mure power to our in,irtr Sen ator, and iniij the fund he tho fiiiiudation stone to keep Mr. I .i) k's ihenMiiv in perp.Miil illumination. b'. No U'n IlinddsN a . Sew ork, Aue. ?. 1 !'.'; Previously acknowledged 01 Corona 06 C, F 02 Interview 15 Topics York's Health Alleged Managers and Crew of Marshall Accused of Violating Dry Law. Warrants for the arrest of the. three alleged .managers und six members of tho crew of the. steamer Henry 1 .Marshall, seized off Atlantic City last Monday night with 1,300 cases of liquor aboard were sworn out to-day by Assistant United States Attorney Clross before United States Commis sioner John W. Queen of Jersey City. The warants charge violation of the Volstead At and attempts to delraud the government of customs. The three reputed managers are. John.G. Crossland, described a wealthy man of Atlantic City, and "Doe" Hol den. both of whom are believed to bC in Atlantic City, and William F. .Mc Coy, said I be the real owner of the vessel, who Is believed to be In New York. Mr. t'lru-is ulosely questioned Uio crew last night, and It was admitted tli.it the Henry Marshall had made four tnpa from thu IJaluunius to tlusi country with contraband liquor. The 1 first was made in the spring to Savan nah, Uhe second to Montauk Point, the ' third to Itockaway and the fourth to Atlantic City. The vessel was clear d I trom Nassau ostensibly for Halifax, ; I it was said. Bctore she was .'iclr.ed "00 I i coses uf whiskey had been landed. S'l" took on her spirituous cargo live m'les' un Liie irtuuiu oi ie i ro mcuce, m the rvihamas. "Doc" Hoidcn, according to the crcv. came up from Ihe llaliainaH on the .Marshall, and L'rosuland met her at Atlantic City nnd directed the unloid Ing of the cargo. The sailors named in the war.ints arc K. Clausen, maMer of the vessel; C. Thompson, mate; Robert Pike. M. Murphy, C'lunnce King and .M. Maul. Capt. Clausen and hts mate escaped In a motur boat just before the Ped eral authorities seized the Marshall. The other four members of the crew are detained The 1,300 remaining easrs aboard the steamer will be liliellrd bj the Government. It was, stated by the crew that a schooner laden with liquor had sailed from the. Dahamas a lew days ago bound for these shores. IloabtN ItiKlit In s,.,r llrjnnil Thrre-Mllr Limit. WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. United States District Attorney Hnyward of New i ork probably will bo sum moned to Washington to discuss the seizure as a liquor smuggler of the schooner Henry I,. Marshall outside th ethree-mlle Html off Atlantic City, Assistant Attorney Geneial Golf said to-day. He did not believe tho law would permit ol tne seiuie of vt.ssels of foreign ri gistry more than three miles out. Kl torts to seize foreign ships at sea, Ml. Goff indi cated, might lead to international difficulties; and the Department would give serious consideration to the law before attempting such u step. AUTO FALLS ON FOUR MEN WORKING INSTREET HOLE. I'lremrn Ilrlraw Them and One (iiirN tn lloniltal. Tour employ us of the Hrooklvr Union Gas I'onrpany were working in n hole at Iviin nnd nond siieels to day when an automobile fell in on top of them. Piremen lifted thr rai to re litise f.iem. 'Hie men. all injured, were '-itnrr Suaten, No. Carroll Street; r'ilnlk 1in1si., No HI I,r i,-t Avenue,' Thomas K nny. No. 270 ,St. Murk's I'laeo, nnd William llTgers, No. D7S 1'ranMlu Avenue. I-Jgers win m nl to tlie llol I'anitly Ih.splld The other: ( did not mtd hospital tf;atnreiit. The .'tulonmh" 'in? owind hv ihjirUis svhw intr' r. S'n t-7 Uiirni .Slnt. -ind I dm 'ii b K' nn Irlleln. 'n. Tomp kins I'lais. lY'tch'' MI'tl 'le i ( ' i lutn 'Or hole to avoid colllMon will i.ier car. MIL Ml Ml- IN u nn I Uil lllIlL 111 IvUlfl SHIP SEIZURE CASE FLOWERS ALSO F Secretary of Hunter College Tells of "SSOO Fund" for' Expenses at Albany. IS THERE POLICE MAFIA? Senator Meyer Says There Is and That It Works Against Public. When Mayor Hylnn signed tho Teachers' Retirement Bill throe yc.ira ago and tho Instructors of Hunter Collego wanted to tell him how ap preciative they wcr.dld they say H with flowers? Miss IC. Lotiksc Hartt, assistant professor at Hunter, claims they did and that she reminded Com missioner of Accounts lUrshllcld of that fact yestorday while tcsuifyins lcforo him when ho questioned her About presents of long stem rosea for Senator l.usk and short stem roses for Senator Lockwood after they had so cured salary Increnscw for Hunter teacher?. In an Interview Miss Hartt stresses tho point that ninshflcld mado a groat fuss over the presents of flowors to tho two RopubLlcan Senators, but failed to make public tho floral plfts from the very same source to his close friend, Mnyor Hylnn. "Did .Miss Hartt testify yesterday that Hunter teachers gave flowers to Mayor Hylan?" Hlrshtleld was asked. "Perhups she did, but I havo no recollection of it," ho replied. Chairman Sleyer of tho .Meyer In vestigating Committee declared to day that a police "Mafia" existed, according to the evidence which has been Wubmltted to him, and that "tho Police Department, under Com missioner Knright, backs a policeman against a citizen." The Senator was alluding to the story told him by John W. Ultima Hlack, a former Columbia student. Itlack's story Is that on the night of I'Yb. 17, 1910. he and Oapt. Sholdon Wittes, an army officer, after having left the Century roof, saw a man slapping a girl and that the. officer Interfered. Policeman Tighc In civil ian clothes, Hlack said, demanded to know what they were doing, and when Hlack asked him who ho was, Tighe, he says, hit him with a black jack. Black said he was dragged down n stairway and. clubbed several tJme.1 on his way to the police Million. Next morning he was advised by policemen not to nu ntion the matter, as "the police would crucify him If he did." He decided he was up against i and pleaded guilty and win fined $j. 11 mi'i Dot till he learned of the powers of the Meyer conmilttre that he deemed it safe fo tell II siory. The Executive C'omjiullec of the Atiif-iinan Legion of King's County, eompriung seventy psts, forwarded ' to-day to Senator Meyer resolutions I protesting against the employment I by the committee of Wlnthrop D. 1 line w ho. the Legion memliers claim, i h.is bon connected with anti-Amer ican activities. Among the charges In the resolu tions appears an extract from a letter by Ames, in Dec. 5, 1919, urging a Chtislnias morning parade of msji m'lrd prisoners bearing legends: "'Let good will to men unlock the door for political prisoners.' lb' called il an "amnesty paradr,' hut It was tor the benefit of agitators, radicals and conscientious objectors, the cowardly leeches who feared to perform their duties as did millions of American citizens, man) of whom are not members of the American Ixgion." Iine Is also accused of having lwrn the editor of a pamphlet entitled "I'nole Sum, Jailer," pubht.lied by tho National Civil Liberties Bureau at No. X2 Union Square, which the Legion claims "attacked Ihe Government on the political prisoners' question." It Is also charged in the resolution that "it Is known that an I. W. W. urculur called "Drops i.f P.lnod,' purporting to show the Indignities to which the long suffering I. W. W. agltutots, Itu hiding the notorious William B. H.iwood, n fugitive fiom juMlte and writer of the circular, was includid in the 'Dear I'Vicnd of Political Prisoners' letter dated Dee. P. 1919." An ICvenlng World rrrcirtor read excerpts from tho resolution lo Sena tor Meyer, who su d that when Lane was employed his expert knowledge ahlne was taken into consideration and that he personally did not know anything about Uanr's political bt- liefs. lie would havi more to say when he received the resolution. QUINN WRITES HOOVER DEMANDmGHISJ0B BACK, MAprnttrl MilppInK rmiimtAlonrr i 'uni pint it n n f I lr, V.itHck II ymnti of IJrooMvn. who on , 1 1 j J1 way iisjif fulfil a I ntl Sta'n SI 'T'l'ii'K 'omiiii.ssMjiH i ln-r. , in pul' lu t i-i.iy a l-tirr it li'i.s . nt iti h r.- Pt--tt "I Mtllt's tn i.lllH- Jiflti 'i. ft'; , t.i M-i'(i hi ( 'Ulli ,-til II I uf Ni itfHl'.on II '! 'IriCH Im rtim.il 1m rt-iivvtsl a 'H. 'it t'iui ;i n- liol'l -n(HiT iin,li l ht i! r-l r, ,t ! -.t ' . Ih'' v-i '1-i.t.l t i ri'Hik'r in PiaU" wf ur ft Htui'lU nt M" "li'iufi m i tr..il ' Oic ;lirtre t iii-tliiM. ti.;y ami n'.'ylfr-.'l , of duty muUc urahM nlui. FOR HYLAN ROM SCHOOL TEACHERS GIRL WHO SAVED ESCORT'S WATCH i IN PARK HOLD-UP i i - j MILDRED AMNN FOUR BANDITS R0B COLLEGE STUDENTS E Hold-Up in Progress at Point of Revolver When Police man ( Appears. While on their wny home Irom a dance at Columbia University, Clif ford I,. Ilronell, twenty-flxe, of No. 90 Mornlngsiile Drive, and Miss Mil dred Annan, twenty, of No. 'il Clare mont Avenue, both students of tho Columbia Summer School, were held up in Riverside 1'ark. near 120th Street, early to-day by four oung men. Two coeieil them with revolvers while two searched them. The search was still going on when I'olleoman Hafferty ol l.a Salle Street Station appeared, shercunin the four men inn in different direc tions, ltaffnrty gave chase and cap tured a youth describing himself as Domlntck Clrazliino, sixteen, ol No. 281 West l'JStli Street. During the chase tho patrolman (lred four shot.", which aroused many residents along Jllvcrsldo Drive. Hafferty also caught hold of mi other man who succeeded In freeing Inmsolf afltr a striiijglo In which part of his coat w.-io ripped olf his back. The holU-uit took from Itronell a tiuiii' un pen, a gold slick pi ti and siM'-lUn cenls, o er.'ookmg u wallet wilii a oonaiih r.ibli! sum in an Incldo pycKet Tho pr . ' re of mind of ilir.s An nan savtii Ilionell's gcdil wafcli. While Broiiell was ' nig siaiclnd lio munagrd to taUr tne alch trom his pockrt and hide it in her blouse. UrnaUno was taken to Ui Salle Street Station, wheie, according lo the police, he told Detective McCoy be and the lliree others had gone to the park with the. Intention of "sticking some one up." IN RIVERSIDE DRIV Jtanklin Sfmon & Co. Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets TOMOKKOW j The Last, Opportunity to Buy WOMEN'S Smart Silk Gowns 18.50 Heretofore s29.50 to s59.50 M lace or taffeta, in all the wanted colors in eluding navy blue, black or white. NO EXCHANCKS Crowds Hunt Rattlesnake in Hudson Terminal Searchers Get False Alarm When They Hear Flivver Clatter Down Street. New Jersey commuters unit uptown dwellers with business downtown watched their steps this morning when they got out of the. tube In tho Hudson Terminal Uulldlng. For re port had U that n five foot nUtta- snako had escncd from n package left In the parcel room and wok rat tling around the Terminal. Tho lOvcnlng World's snake expert went down to tho Terminal and snook around the dark passages, whllo everybody elso kept tho middle of tho road. Snakes are fond of milk, so the expert sought tho soda water foun tains wheru pretty girls norvo soda and milk shakes nt prices which would scaro auy snake. A girl dropped a glass, which smashed with a crash, and other girls fcreamed, then laughed. Olrls aren't afraid of snakes. They've mado pets of them ever since tho days of Cleo patra, nnd all nnako charmers In the circus arc women. "I'V do Lo'd's sake, mlstah." a colored woman floor cleaner, "Is yo' all In earnest. I done saw somethln' wngglln' In the phone booth over yon der. Am dey poisonous?" "A snako won't strike unless you bother him," returned tho expert. "But how am Ah all goln to know whether Ah'm bothcrln' him?" Tho owner of the snako declared when he called for Ilia missing reptile that snakes weren't dangerous In August If they were let nlone. It's the tlmo of year, he said, when snakevs shed their skins nnd go temporarily blind, so that If they strlko anybody It's only by accident. The Kvenlng World smtka expert said that this statement was true. Then he went tn thu olllcc of Patrick ll'Shaugnessy, Suiierlntende.nl of tho building. Mr. C'Shaugncy wasn't In, but his chief clerk Is a very business like young woman who undoubtedly could answer llfteen question In three minutes, for she answered three of her own In as many seconds. 1 "We don't know of any snake. We're j not looking for any snake. We've of fered no ruwitrd for any snake," she said, and the interview was ended. "It's finite likely," said the snake expert, when he was by himself, "that ' the snake has stepped out of his skin j anil gone back through the tube to I New Jersey." A flivver rattled flown Cortlandt Street as he stepped out of the Terminal, anil everybody stopped with u. scared lnok. I Anil the snake export went buck to I the "Mice and reported that the story was a flivver. ROBBED AT OWN DOOR. Ilrnfrn lir lloltl-t'n Mm In llfillnay nf Home. Itetijamln f .ovine, tblrty-lwo, of Mo. 167 Columbus Avenue, was attacked by tivo robbers nt he entered Ihe hrdway of the building In fchlrh he lives at 3..1D A. M to day. One placed his nnd over I.eviue',1 mouth nnd the other hc.it blm with a blackjack, taking fZS !roni Ills porkct He mm attfndcd by .1 surgfon fiom Kiiickrlx:ker Hospital sod remained nt home He did not gel a good loo!; at tho robbers. m I'rrrj OprnlnK .Salnrtlny. Mayor Hylan will prenlde nt the open iii of the new t'l.iionPint-l'oll5ge I'olnt ferry under nmnlelpil own'rfhlp and operation next Saturday The e elCMi'S tin the IlrollX flile will be held nl .1 o'clock The ferryboat will then 111. ike Ihe fir.Ht run tn I'nlleRe Point, wlieri the tM'leiHi will be ef.utiliued, ODET.S suitable lor all occasions in crepe' Georgette, crepe meteor, crepe de chine, WOMEN'S GOWN SHOP Third Floor COAL PROFITS MORE THAN BEFORE WAR Jersey Dealers Making 2.89 a Tort Nuw Says Counsel for Inves tigating Committee. Wood McKe, counsel for thd Mackay legtalotlvo committee ot New Jersey lnveutlgatlng local con ditions, to-day said dcaJcra aro mak ing a 'bigger profit now on coal than they did bofore tho war. Tho pre-war profit was 90 cents to $1 a ton. At the proscnt price ot 113.60 they aro making. J2.S9 a ton. he nald. Tha proflt of $2.75 allowed by )el Ad ministrator Garfield ho tiellcvcfl la a measure la responsible. Ileforc tho session opened to-day; Mr. McKee said up to date the com mittee had been unable to find evi dences of a coal combine fixing prices In Hudson County, but hoped, for better success In other counties, "Small dealers follow the big onofl In fixing prices and there may be on understanding lctween them, but there Is nothing you can put your finger on," Bald Mr. McKco. Trolley lilts Aot" Thrre Hart. Three persons wore Injured" to-d.t when nn automobllo wns struck by d Hudson I.lne trolley enr at 9hrmao Ilaco and Summit Avenue. Jersey City. Tho Injured am I.0UI3 Conltlk. No. 33K Hudson Ilotilevnrd, his wife. Jenni nnd Frederick Iiooohlla. No. 3181 Bd rord Avenue, Cast Orange, Tho auto mobile was upset. a Flavor Is sealed in by toasting "Hot Weather Stickiness" S Removed Make your Summer dress i ng comfort . able with Colgate's TBCC POWDER At leading (torn FLORIENT the new talc, 25c Other exquisite Colgate tlc, the box .... 20c NO CREDITS ujcky IIstrikeJ 1 TOQwawsfei n.