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THE .EVENING- WORLD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922.
RUD DEFIANT DENIES REPORT HE WILL QUIT GARDEN man William Muldoon of tho Stnto Allilctla Commission ho expressed surprise and Bald: "Tho commission has been misin formed, In Unit caso. Tho Iloxlng Commission will take up tho question and give n decision In a few days." lllckard has declined to discuss tho Indictment, Haying he would tell his side at the proper time. FILM ACTOR ARRESTED FOR HAVING HEROIN ZERO WINDS PEEVE LINER'S PASSENGERS Ringling Also Declares Pro moter Will Stay Cohan Mentioned as Successor. Whllo "Tex" HIcknrd'B stntua na head of tho Madison Square Sporting Club was In dispute to-day. It was tho belief In sporting circles that If he Is not already out ho hoon will be. at least temporarily. Bcforo tho Indictment found against htm n the complaint of two young girls was mauo public yesterday. It as reported ho had resigned and had been succeeded by John I,. Ringling. the circus man. This was denied by nickard and his lawyer, and tho members of tho corporation refused to make any statement, saying there might bo ono to-day. Later Sir. Hlngllng denied that nickard would retire from tho Gar den, and Richard himself said last night: "I am standing put n my position, and any story that tells tnu contrary Is false." When hls was rcpcatcl to Chalr- "lrlc Jimmy" .Iimt I'rmn Holly wood, llr Snn .Never Met Tnylnr. Jnmes O'Neill, twenty-three, a mov Itm picture actor, who arrived yesterday from ids home In Hollywood, Cal., where he Fays ho is known as "1'iiico Jimmy," was arrested last night by Detcctlvo Samuel Jlasamn of tho Narcotic Squad itrul taken to Iteudquartcrs. llo was ch.'irgfd with having lii-rolu In his poa- 8C.-Hion .t Hoadqiiartirs O'Neill said ho had lcf in Hollywood three year, nnd ho knew of William Desmond Taylor, but had never met him. He told tliu police h sometimes brought drugs for niovlit people, "because I could get tho stuff easier than they could " At one time, tho prlfonfr said, he was a pi izo fighter BEGGARS FORM UNION; ALLOT BUSY CORNERS I'raifUe combine l'unlatirn An! Competition br Kxcltialon. "lUN'NA, Keb. 17. A combination of begg,ra the latest application of the tindu union principle la reported from l'rogue. Busy street corners are allotted dur ing certain hours to the members of tli union in rotation unci any competition s.io:ltifi o.- disloyalty to tho comrades Ijnl-Jc) li I'A.'lllslon. tiermany linn Coldest Winter in 82 Ycitr. Itetnrnlnir Tratrllrra Say. Shivering passengers who arrived from Germany on tho Mongolia to day wore disappointed by the weather that greeted thorn, for some of them sulci they luid come homo "rtilelly to get warm." Germany has been suf fering "tho coldest winter In eighty two years, but not so cold as this," they suld. "I've been cold for two months," de clared Curt H. Drcler. "When dots tho next train leave for Los Angeles?" John It. Uingo of Elizabeth. N. J., says (Jermany Is a groat place for it man with Jl.000. "You can I've on It for a year nnd bo a spendthrift," he said, "or you can use It as the foun lutlon for u fortune. A good house ci vant costs 73 cents a week and on ex pert chauffeur gets only )'i it month " i:ii(iit m. iii.oimi virn ruiiMHiiM- Of A. T. A T. CIIMI'VW. At the meeting of the dlnctois of the American Tclephono nnd T-legrnph Company, It was announced to-day Kcl gur S Ulooni was tlected u Vice Trct-I-dent. Mr. Hloom has been connected with the Bell system many tr.i and in varied capacities both Willi the as sociated cotnpunlert nnd tho American Company. He will tiike up his duties with the headquarters otgatilzatlon at New York as he retires from the posi tions he now holds ns Chairman ot the board of tho Ohio nnd Indlnna Bell Tcl ephono Companies and Vice President of the Illinois licit Telephone t'ouipan nAutUM Miiri'En to uiiazii.. One-half a gram of radium, valued at J50.000, In a small, le.id-Ilncd box, hermetically scaled, was shipped yes terday on tho steamship Uronto to tho Instlttito do fladlum .'f fan I'aulo, Brazil, for ubo in cancer. It was mlncil from tho 'TJmliirk Mines. I Paradox Valley. Cal. t S&2 &4maricaA dorc4nxyt SpeciaAdt a& PrENHE.MA&LLIN 34th Street New York Special Offerings Saturday Misses' Spring- Model Dresses Sizes J. to 10 Years. Aha Suitable fnr Small Women to 36 Bust. Values made possible only through co-operation with several of New York's foremost dressmakers. Dresses Regularly Selling to 55.00 28.00 Now and charming models of Taf feta, Crepe de Chine, Canton Crepe and Beaded Georgette Crepe. Unsurpassed Value in This Group of Misses' Sport Coats for Spring Double-faced Polo and Herringbone Tweed Coats of dashing smartness, Raglan or set-in sleeves. Belted and full flaring backs. Silk-lined. Very Special 25.00 Also An Exceptional Offering of Misses' New Tweed Suits Featured for Their Superior Style and Tailoring at Specially Low Prices. Tailored Tweed Suits in four different models. Pleated back and box effects. Notch and Peter Pan collars. Special 25.00 Suits of Imported and Domestic Tweeds. Straight-line tailored models with flapper pockets. One illustrated. Special 35.00 Distinctive Suits of Imported Herring bone Tweed, . made with mannish notched collars. One illustrated. Special -45. WORD HAPHAZARD MEANS 0 . K., STEEL IN BELIEVES Kavanaugh So Testifies at Inquiry Into American Theatre Collapse. James Kavnn.aUKh, of Phickham A Kavannugli, steel contractors, em ployed on tho American Tliontro which collnp.Mid on Nov. "0 at I'um and Iledford Avenues, Ilrooklyn, rcailltliiE in neven deaths,. admitted, to-d.iy fote Chief Mimlstnitn StcAdoo that ho did not know the meaning of t he won! "hnphazuid." At a previous hearing, Kavanaugh was asked by Assistant District Attor ney Tlenjnmln Hock: "Did iot bullcl this theatre In a haphazard manner?" to which ho replied: "Yes." Kav un.tufrh said to-day that ho misunder stood tho word, nnd thought It meant "all right." Tho questioning this morning dealt with tho liliimbliiK of a column which by a change In the plans and to pro vide fur sovunty additional seats In tho thentro, was put up In placa of it retaining wall, and which bore the strain of four of tho eight roof trusses. It Is tho contention of Assistant Dis trict Attorney Hock that tho collnpso of thu thentro wus duo to tho Inse curity of this column, and to tho Jarring of trairic In tho street, which caused It to rail, bringing down tho roof. "How many times did you plumb tho column?" Mr. Hock questioned. "Just once," replied Knvnnnugh. "Did you uso any Instrument?" asked Mr. Hock. "No, I Just looked nt It with my eye." "You never did Intend to use t plumb line." suggested Mr. Hock "Well, It's our practice nt the erd of a Job to put a plumb line on al' tno work." , Chler Magistrate McAdoo then .isUed sonio questions. "You knew that 1,000 helpless peo ple were to have been housed n this theatre," ho said. "You knew there was nn supervising engineer Didn't it oit-ur1 to you to bo extra careful?" "No." "You merely plumbed this impor tant column with your eye,?" "Yes," said Ivnvanaugh. RUM SMUGGLER ADMITS $275,000 PLOT Maddux .Make ('unfemlnn at limit iruginit at Tactile Tort. SAN FKANCISCO. Feb. 17. Charles Maddox, alleiteU by Department of Jus tice Agent to bo tho head of a ring that hiis smuggled $275,000 worth of liquor Into Taclfle Const States from British Columbia and Mexico, was held In tho County .Tall hero to-dny on a chnrgo of transporting liquor. Ho whs at rested yesterday and sub mitted a written confession to United States Commissioner Francis Krull, nd milling responsibility for bringing Into this country two automobile loads of liquor sclied to-day In TJelllngham, Wash. Washington or BALTIMORE SUNDAY EXCURSIONS FEB'Y - 19 MAR. 5 & 19 APR. 2 & 16 '5 .00 Houn.i Trip Tickets . sood onlr on irowHal train 1u for which lisuwl Ifkvtnk Near Tork Lib erty St.. 12.10 A. M nruacl Rt. Newark. 17.10 A. U. Hrturnlnr vvm WnnhlDaton. 4 00 PM tialtlmoro II 00 P II NEWJERSEYCENTRAL Stern Brothers West 42nd St. (Between 5th and 6th Avenuta) West 43rd St. Very Special Values Saturday In Girls' and Juniors' POLO COATS Several New Models Featured at $12.75 Girls' Polb Coats that are full belted, with raglan or smart bell shaped sleeves. Lined throughout. Sizes 6 to 12 years. $16.50 Junior Polo Coats with box or in verted pleat back ; regular or set-in sit eves, Sizes 10 to 16 years. GIRLS' CAMEL'S HAIR COATS Special $2475 A soft, beautiful quality natural color Camel's Hair with inverted pleat back, raglan sleeves, inset pockets and silk lined throughout. Sizes 6 to 14 years, A Notable Presentation of New Spring Modes in WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR HATS An ensemble that authoritatively emphasizes the newest color schemes, smartest shapes and variable correct sizes. One Special Group - $8.95 Comprises Hats of Canton Crepe, Visca Straws, Hair Cloth, Milans, Lisere or Timbo, with Glycerined Ostrich, Ribbon or Flower Trimmings. Also an extensive variety of Tailored and Sports Hats at unusually moderate prices. O O Mythical joys become a happy reality 'when Infants, Children or Misses wear " Cinderella " Instep Strap Pumps Of Black Patent Leather Children know bv ofV retjeated tales the nltnr tU-r rinA,tt enjoyed when fairies provided perfect-fitting slippers for a series of evening gayeties. Pleasures that are realities bring into prominence the " Cinderella " Pumps, as they are especially designed on nature's last for comfort, kid lined for serviceability, and have instep straps for distinction. For children the soles are corrugated to prevent slipping For SMisses, a low flat heel is added. Sizes 2 to 5, Sizes 5 to 8, $2.25 2.75 Sizes 8i to 11, Sizes ni to 2, $3.75 5.00 0 Sterling SILVER DEPOSIT WARE TWO GROUPS at VERY SPECIAL SALE PRICES : oAt $1.25 each oAt $3-65 each Puff Boxes or Hair Receivers, Flower Vases, Horse Radish Bottles, Sardine Dishes, Ash Trays, Sherbet Glasses, Babkcts. Cheese and Cracker Dishes, Candy Jars, Salad or Fruit Bowls, Cracker Jars, Sugar and Cream Sets, Cheese Plate and Knife, Candlesticks (per pair). Lambert Bros. Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry Novel Engagement Rings 00000000000000000000 . it"?: r.V.- 14 karat arrcn gold pierced and engraved, diamond let in plali- 14 karat green gold ring, pierced and en graved diamond let in platinum 14 karat green gold placed ring with dia mond tct in platinum. 14 karat green gold ring, pierced and carved, with fine dia mond act in platinum. gO MB snap py new en gagement rings just turned out by the Lambert fac tory will please New Yorkers who want their diamonds, even w h e n small, s et handsomely, thus enhanc ing their beauty. The tracing and engraving on these rings, tho effective piercing nnd carving would alone make of them rings worthy of high praise, but with the dia monds to add brilliance the result is nn achievement . . "vw rrrtl C-llUO watch, plain pol- LAMBERT BROTHERS HeTm watches contain the move- adjuited move monts nf iUn. u-i "lent S60.00 . utai uiuiiuiui- turcrs, Waltham, Elgin, Hamilton, Howard, etc. Prices depend upon the quality of the works and case. What ever the price at Lamberts, however, be sure it is right. Gifts for Retirinq Officers LAMBERT BROTHERS are famous as special designers of gifts suitable for presentation to retiring officers of lodges, societies, orders, etc. Store Open Daily !) A. M. to 6 P. Third Avenue Corner of Fifty-eighth Street 14 karat green gold ring, carved and pierced, with fine dia mond set in platinum. 14 karat green gold ring pierced elfect with fine .diamond let in platinum. oooonuaaaoooaaoaoooa gold TV MlMn FOURTEENTH STREET Foumlcl 1 7 WEST OF FIFTH AVE Opening Tomorrow MAIN FLOOR SECTION For Trimmed & Untrimmed MILLINERY This attractive section, so convenient lor Main Floor cus tomers, features large assortments ot hats, both trimmed and untrimmed, as well as trimmings and other needs. Exceptionally low prices prevail throughout. LOCATED NEAR DOOR NO. 28. SPECIAL PURCHASE 175 Untrimmed Visca Webbing Hats 2.25 Were $2.95 Smart shapes in blade, brown, navy and henna. Hal Frames of White Buckram were .50. . .38 Crush Roses Special 28 lo .48 Lilacs 55 ami .95 Bi-ot Fancies 85 to 2.50 Hats trimmed free if hats and materials are purchased here. See Pages 12, 13 and 31 for Other Hearn Advertising It Makes Little Difference What You Neetl A World ' Wan,"' Ad. 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