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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1921, APPELLATE TERM'S DECISION IGNORED BY ESTIMATE BOARD DON'T LOOK FOR ME, WRITES BRIDE-TO-BE WHO LEFT HOME T 78,000 For luf reused Pay of i . Professors at C. C. N. Y. j 'Excluded From Budget. The Bonn) of Estlmatfi to-day prne tlcftlly ilpflod thp Appc.llnto Division of tho Supreme c'mirt wlicm It e-xi'liulcJ from tlie 1D22 builcct, whloli wus re ceived nml iidoptod to-day. an Itt.'in of J7S.O00 for Incrpnscs In thu ttnlitrlcs of Pi-ofcflsorB nt City College, provided for nt the, Inst session of the Lcgls Uture. Tho Appellnte Division do ctalon l an nfllrmatlon of nn ordor of Supreme Court Justice Mnrtln of tho Bronx snnotlonlng Increases which wore mnda this year, but which havo BOt been paid. The 1 11 2 2 bmlset jib proposed for Adoption amounts to aol.!t(i7.007.09. Within tho nt.t ulewn dnyn. wlillo It rnny not be Increased hut may be rut. It must be reduced to approximately 349,00O,OOO to he within the conatitu---tlonal tax limit. All mcmlcrs voted for It except President Cumin's rep resentative. Commissioner of Publlo Works Clarcnco Fay, who declined to Tote. Mayor Hylan made publlo at tho meeting a letter ho had addressed to .Corporation Counsel O'Hrlen, nuking him to take steps to bring the case to the Court of Appeals. The letter continued: "The legislation which provides for the mandatory Incrcaso:' ! n subterfuge to get around tho con stitution In that It applies to cities of tho first class of a million or more In habitants. New York City being the only city of tho first class with this , population, tho legislation applies only to thlH city." ! ComptrolterCralgnnd Commissioner of Publlo WonkB Fay did not vote ' agralttst mandatory salary Increases either In City College or Hunter Col lege. "I think tho best way to deal with mandatory legislation," said Comptrol ler Craig In explaining his vote, "Is i to give full effect to It Giving full effect to a bad law Is tho Quickest way to kill It. "An amendment to the Constitution giving real home rule to thin city in Jhe rea remedy." ( Mayor Hylan accused President Curran of making unjust nccusat'ons I against him. Ho said Currnn's dc ' part men t had increased expensen 75 ' per cent, since 1919, whereas thero hnd been a decrease of 65 per cent. In tho ' Mayor's departments. "Henry Curran should stop going round town blaming mo for manda tory Increases made at Albany," raid tho Maur. "All I want Currnn to do ' Js to tell tho publlo the truth." .There will be two more public bud get hearings between now nnd nud , night of Oct. 81, when the final budget must bo adopted. They will bo held , Oct. 25 and 26. Helen Lyons in Note to Parents Says Slie's VVdl and Has Changed Her'Nanic. A note wan received to-day by the mother of Helen Lyons, who has been misAlng since Tuesday last from her home, No. 637 74th Street, Hay Illdgo. Miss Lyons had planned to be mar. rled next week nnd her go.ng away on almost the eve of her wedding day added to the mystery of her dis appearance The note was posted Inst night ni the Grand Cential Post Otliee Htti tlon, Mrs. Lyons refused to give out the contents, but ald her dnucliter waa well, had obtained employment nnd that It was useless to look for her as ahe bad changed her name. Her father, Dennis Lyons, ' a plumber. In business ut'No. IK Han son Place, Brooklyn, said the latter was foolish from beginning to end, as It said tho writer did not think Hlie was wanted at homo. It bus been turned over to tho pollen ami the family Is hopeful that she. will bu found shortly. When Miss Lyons loft homo It In said sho took her wedding gown, u pearl necklace, u diamond ring and some other Jewelry. Her fiance, Frank White of Great Kills, State a Island, has been notified. Miss Lyons a year ago suffered from an attack of aphasia. She Is twenty-five years old. CITY MUST PAY $1,000 TO GIRL HURT BY TREE DAN O'CONNELL SAVED BY HIS NAME FROM JAIL , Drank f Sure, lint Hair Can an OWrlll I'nnUli Hint. There is something In a name In Ffth Avenue Police Court, Hrooklyn, when Magistrate Joseph T. O'Neill is admln - laterlng justlca In that tribunal. Wit ne tho case of Daniel O'Connell of No. SO Smith Strcot, who was arraigned In the Police Court to-day on a charge of inioxicniion. Daniel nleadrd irullty. The court rec ords showed that ho hnd been arrested on three previous occasions and had pieaaea guuiy o&cn "ma 10 inioxlca tlon. "Dan," said Magistrate O'Neill, "your reoora is una, pin you navo a good name. On the strength of your name I am going to suspend Mntenrc. Try to ! live up to your name nereancr instead c: uisgracing u. Jury llolila Munlrlpnlllr to Hlanie for Pall Into street, ltMpomlblllty of the city for the con dition of tree nt the curb lines of streets wim IU-il by a Jury In the RuprenM "(iurt of Quen, County to-dny in nn luwanl of J 1,000 for Injuries h Jstjilneil by Mniy KlUh'y. eight, on .f.ily 24. 11)20, when a irt'n fell on her w was play In! In front of her home, No. 33 Pros pect Avenue, Long lshuul City. The gill's father ami guardian, John Klethly, contended that a Pirk Depart iiiunt employee or a policeman should have known of tho state of the trie, which had rotted nuiiy at the baso Conniel for the city maintained that, as the tiee whs In full folhiKo, no city em ployee rould ho lilanind lor Ignorance of Its netunl condition. The Jury by Its ver d'ul Implied that city cnipluyeet should push trees nt Interval ti ascertain If they ale In danger of toppling over. UNABLE TO READ, HE KILLS HIMSELF LOOK OUT, YOU HOLD-UPS! TEXAS JACK MAY GET YOU A ii t r I n n Vnntli Drupondrn 1 1 Tliouiglit lie Couldn't l.rarn. Unable to read or write, and figuring thoio was no use in hl.i trying to learn, Is believed to havo been the intue for Snniuel Klar, twoniy-thrM, committing ulclde to-day In a tailor hop, No. li En.-tf Ufghth Street. Klar came here from Austria neverai month ego, Joining his alxttr.i ami mother, who live at No. 2IT Kast lOjtli Street. Ills uncle, Morris Messing, gavo him work In the tailor shop. "He .otililn't do much." the uncle (o-iliiy "lie lined to wImIi lie was dead,, but ho wouldn't so to huIiooI Metdng found lilm dead this uinrnliig, a tube from n g:u Move being held In his mouth. ni tnckynrala I'naS tinder iSnpervlnlon. WASH1NOTON, Oct 20. Klfty-four stockyards throughout tho country to dny were brought under strict Federal jupervlnlon by nn ordor of Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, acting under tho Packer Control Law, recently passed by Congress. lie's l)nlrk on the Orair and a friend of the Undertaker. A lombre-bedecked, tinned Indlrld u o I calling himself "Texas Jack" tjulll van, entertained a big clam of pollen recruits and pi .icttrahy nil the oilleers .mil detectives nil duty at lleudouarters to-day uhli nn exhibition of ijuick and fancy revolver shooting. He came to the attention of the l'ollco Department when he culled at llcad'iuartnra yester day and applied (or pormlsilon to carry revolver. Ills announcement that ho waa a good shot led lo nn Invitation to call to-duy mid prove It. He did. Ills perfonnanens with n alnglo-HClloii .45 calibre Colt's mado the cops' eyes pop out. He also Havo the lookles as well as the veteran cops some valuable pointers on quick ness on Ihe draw nnd how to prevent I ho other fellow from shooting If be eots hU revolver out Drsl. The police authorities arc entertain ing tin- Idea of hiring SuMlvnn to wan del mound town In the mglii time nnd' inteit nn linlil up men Judging from Ills exhibition to ihiy. he oiikIiI to be able lu Utip the Moiclie lw . LOUISVILLE ENTRIES. LOiriSVrLLK. Ky., Oct, 20. The foil lowing are the entries for Churchill Powns races. Friday. Oct. XI: Plltsr 4UCE 4I.V0O; ilalmlivi; Ifiiw-rear-eliU and uirtt; all furlont of Ellaa- tlhtoivii, 1(12; Udj Morrmt. tai I'JX. HO: Clj tjilfn. IOC.; Kil. Utirwnil, 100: Orlor. IH). M Klt.lifiil. pyl; KIU1I7. 107i IliHl Atrnle, lluke of Wrilnwtou, HO) Sm-iI-k nut. 110; CIIiiIiwitU!. 113. Tuiok Tickl. 113; lMriilcj, It.'!; lienor Man, 110. Ab.o tlle C;nr Uw-lr-r, l;i. Art On 108; PhlUmlemf. lixl, My lie-. Kfi si'llNII It W'K -H :fl; mahtms: llipN-Jrflr-eliln Aii'l nim'tnl mie mil. -Ilnle (llrl UH; M.iric ll.innio. Id!' 1en l,.lj Ur.i; UnU lijrvn.mi, inn iVn wiiimit. no, liilii A1ir I Id; WiU.m. Tn. 110; Iki-1.'. till. aMarcelU Mi'J. I(i; Hormiinl, 110; Urn WiMt '110: SViC.niatn. lis; (Hli l-Jiiwr. LIB. llatk Waloh II, 112; (dtfham. IIS Aim tllliule TtnU llhie. lot ft Montfort Jonm entrj THIItl) nCBfl.Wi; c:inilii; Uiroo-XMr-nMi uu ujiwajd; nix pirlona. jMMa, 101: Hjtrp of tw North. 101 Illu Jtn, 103: AitM-rnla. 102: 'Hun Ith 105. lll Son, 10U: Ilnrrtonn. I0O; llctuf- II, 107, Ororla Franr. 107: 'Col, Tajlor. IDS: Portiiwht, 110; WUd Plowr, llO: Matiol O.. 110: Hidden Jeel. 110: PliH tjHra. 112. Also llil!f TlrMIh IJner. ins: WJa Man. 110: Furbelow 110: IMilet, 1011. rHMIItTU RACE ft! .300: allowinooi: two- fMMiltla, Ten hirtoni Illia. 100; UMUlltr, loo; CtmmtiaAtt JlWlmkln; 103; Itoinoi. lOSj liillf IlrtM.'!. IUU; Ijolurral lloi. HO; rhilxlul, Itfl; AumaU. l(fl; Janku, Io3: itnliUui 107. JUrtlii Kallixi. 112; IteohiairvW, 116, KlrTII HACt l.auO; aauuiKr Ihnt-y-f oliU and upivard: uihj and utM-iaiaUi mllm Ba Skla, Vlt Ii VaJM. ilU; Cluxnon. 1W: Honolulu lloi. UA; 'llelf.aa (JuoQ. UM: Juuell., IOS; Undwc, ll; Tiihk. twlllll. IUU. alXTH IUOK al.iOO; cUllntnc: to-ear. ul.la; an and una-halt furlong, I'Mlnnlla, 01l oiwla. 101: Ktvmnrf riluruvt. Illl. J.k-i Jiiih. Wridrl, 101; Itelialnlty, 1(W; '1t O).oi.f fa , Iubr, 102. Koiil WeaUxr, 103; li I lliUrlron, UM; I.Xtl" IVIfc, 1(11 (Vrtil.l,.. l)'Awnr, llV. . I'harl.l.e. 110; Jk.loa. III? MM- I nivni ainriif.. iv,; inlaid), Liu. .i- hiuuii' Onua Itolr, lot, iMman. 112; Saln.man.lrr, 111. trulmt, llrl, Mdv ,tur, B. 'Kir Oast, 102, riKVKNTII lt.Hi; 4I.2IIU. clalmliK. th-r.r-;e.trotdii and u'tard. mw an.1 une-qiiaru-i mlln. MontilK 06; Lafondm. 100: 'tf txiu, 1(; Hill, 10,1; ItKWl Uativ, 100: lluk llnff, 1(0; llartoii Klnf. w. lavdjr Ixmcftllow. WJ; Fair OrlMt. HW: Ooumion.l, im, AjrnUo alaowanoa claamad. WitUnr eVxxtr, track !at- 4 LAUREL ENTRIES. LAtlllKt.. Md Oct. 20 The entries for to-morrow's races are as follows: Prtl-4T HARRn f iwii-.. i.j r.t.1 I. rtaimliw fie ajid a tialf nifl-'ici l'"n-i) , Sreeaj, 1(t; Thi Vetitfewii, llrl, tall.Kliu, ' liar. 'IlMUrMi, 101: hiwtll UreoM, ILi! t-uekj lot, 112; IlM Lr, 100; MtU' Ammlt, lot, flKOUOiD It A OK r'or Bu.) mr-olda and r nl; okilinlaii ere mil. tlailitint, 105: fowl. 105; llaj llrl, 102: llniokfleld, 104; CwM-Oola, '112; Walnut IUU, 110: 'Klrli. 107: Ilnal, KB: "UelOT Atklr 102: M..I. Irira, li: -llotllo Ilamw. 07! IlryDsar, 102: Z-ware. 105: IloJamk;, 1W; "TuMnr A,. 10A. T1IIIIU IIAOE IVr maiden mo-jear-olita. cUtmlix; Bta and a Iiaalf furlono Trrroleue, 1U0; lVlmrd iiral, 101: 'triMolute. 107; -Trlrku, 117; Hack 'Eni Up. 10t llarrwkane. U2, J-c uj'iia. nn, xrm. 112: Meui, Ur7 WIUIlTli IlAOIi Ir Wure-jMr-oMa mid up ward, one mile aivl a furlong, Klng'e CJiajn l.lmi, 11: Ialr WT. llfl; Dark Moire 110; lln.lTn!i, 118: lllinn. 110. fllTll RACK CUImln; tumllnp: tor lir.-e-jear-ilrtn and unwartl: one mlle.'l.lifit ItaMer. 100; notty J it; KlM'a Ohamidon, 105. Mnok Oranie, 00; Fannm, 1W: Camirufleur, 102; Hwvltor, 1W; llrtt.j Ilaket. 112; Ud'a Ine, I IS; WellflndV 110; Unwlm, 10S; Uromelia,, OS Mrm-talro. 104. SIXTH RACE 3Tot three-jmr-oHa and up iranl; cUkoiinff; one mlle.-lalli, 115: Taran tula. n: 'MIm mler, lrr?: EtlaJie. 110; Hoer, ICO; Mr. linimmtl. IfO: BrUrht UirhU. 118: lla.'OiAnvire. 110; Uranlura. toil; Stanley, 110; oil Sinner, 10.": Paul ronnollr, 110; Pitry Man. 110; Siwlene, 100; Al I'lerco. 110; Smart Moi-t, 1LV sr.VKNTIl RAOr For tJir-reAf-oldi and nr wft.M. clarUn. rne mile anl a fnrlonc - 'Kx plmlie, t; 'Klnj Trolxn. 112; Atmn Oallup. u7 'Into Rit-. o; nil linnlcj. in. 'aum. lin-r lri. 1(17 Irne Tlr-ur, 112 A iii'-viitke allowance oUimrtl. Weallier lo-jil fnek rnl. 1 . ffl Ml IHIIII HI - 1 r ij far I ! IBIIBI IBIIBI I I I I aV 564s6656a Fifth Aw. at zlh street- NEW YORK. pARLS As Soon as Equipment and Decorations Are Completed We Move to Our New Home Fifth Ave., 56th nnd 57th Sts. Our Policy of Price Reductions in ac cord with our Sales Removal Policy is further emphasized in this selection of CLOTH and SILK STREET FROCKS Heretofore 95.00 to 145.00 6500 9500 Tailored effects in twill and piquetine semi-dress models in satin and canton crepe many with bright colored wool and chenille embroideries, others with unusual bindings of cire ribbon and braid, also novel effects where cloth and silk are smartly combined. YOUTHFUL DANCE FROCKS Heretofore 95.00 to 150.00 5Q.00 7g.OO An unusually attractive collection of styles in taffeta, satin and chiffon in pastel colorings. f tankltn Simon & Co. A Store of Individual Shops FIFTH AVENUE, 37th and 38th S't . Introducing a Zh(jw Sill In Feminine Under things . Silk Underthings JVith Wide Self Satin Stripes; Copies of 'Parisian iMbdes VEST CHEMISES 3.95 STEP-IN DRAWERS 3.95 STEP-IN CHEMISES 500 PANTALONS ' 6.95 NIGHTGOWNS 8.95 Rayon silk has a texture as exquisite as the rays of the sun from which it is named; comes out after laundering as brightly as the sun ifter a shower and fashions under things that last longer than others and look smarter as long as they last. Tose-sPink or Orchid "Rayon Silk is introduced and is exclusive with j Franklin Simon Gr Q. Feminine Lingerie Sho? First Floor Really Extraordinary Value Friday Oppenheim,llins&( 34th Street New York A New Low Price Record in This Sale of 350 Women 8 and Misses Street and Afternoon Dresses Taken frorn Regular Stock Clever Reproductions of High Cost Originals - Regular Values to 55.00 25.00 Fall models at their charming best in Chiffon Velvet, Canton Crepe, Crepe Satin, Poiiet Twill and Tricotine. Styles and Qualities to Create Wonder at the Price A Sale of Exceeding Importance Friday QPPENHEIM.(glllNS&(g 34th StreetNew York The Season's Most Remarkable Offering of 200 Women's and Misses' Luxurious Fur-Collar Coats Taken from Regular Stock Which Cannot be Duplicated at Anything Like Tomorrow's Specially Low Price 65.00 . Distinctively new in style, rich of fabric and collared vith fine Beaver, Squirrel, Nutria, Raccoon and Opossum. Fully the Equal of Coats Usually Costing Much More y immediate Wear 'I S95.00 i ned with Squirrel 100.00 $1 135.00 ft :. 175.00 5 Scarf 210.00 7 225.00 5) 285.00 - "J 385.00 J inther meat 36th Street I JranftUn Simon a (To. tA Store of Individual Shops FIFTH AVENUE, 37th and 38th STS. children's Laced Boots For Every Winter Occasion L 00 School Shoes; Way Shoes; Tarty Shoes. s Slgcs 4 to 6; sies 8 to IOM pASHIONSthat make it at r matter of pride to fit all the occasions of a little girl's life, experts that make it a matter of obligation to fit the feet of every little girl , Tan or cBlacf Tussia feather.; Tatt lussia Jcather Tviti Qloth Tops; Bac7'ate?it -feather with White or 'Black Iidski7i Tops, Children's Shoe Shop Third Floor BRI C LEY HARVARD'S GREAT CAPTAIN WRITES F o aU foe ?, fit.