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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, MARCH
1922.
WOOD FORCES
ML OF RUN-OUT
STORY BY GIBBS
lators Have Ansrv Clash
".ver Housing Bills in
.Albany Hotel Lobby.
Bv Joseoh S. Jordan.
13' "
(Staff Correspondent of The Evening
CT world.)
ALBANY, March 13. The ranUi
of conversation to-day arocmp
lejtfSiators Tras tho wordy combat bo
i tWefen Senator Leonard W. Glblis of
Clialrninn of the Senate Cities
I Committee, and Chairman Cliarleq O.
LocWood of tho Homing 'ComrSIflee
' lartf&lght In tho lobby of tho Uotel VCon, W "VP
J TriflM. Mr. ante WMtatiU ?,? Z
Mll&and denied' :that i lt6ltbrf iMMKrfitlihirr rjtt-Vvinat
Loc!gool "ran out" on his own bjns.
Senator Iockwood, nccotnpanlc4l'X
BanHlcl Untormycr, had Just cnjna
troi&tho Capitol, where they hart been
In ;nfcrrnco ivlth tfenuto Miijcrltr
g .ucniicr Clayton u. Ijisk an mo ancr
nooiueoinK over tno iocKirooa npua
lBjffill!3. Mr. Untcrmycr had rctigerf
to Una room and Senator Liockwoov
wafaurrounded by a sroup of IcgUla
tlCW corrcHpondcnta when Senator
aibti. entered tho front door and np-
prottjk'Jicd. Tho Buffalo soton wan
amljfv'g na ho bore down on tho croup.
"CM arley," sold ho to Lockwood
"what aro you trying to do to nieT'
iS3 ng to your' camo back from
UBp ooklyn Senator. "I Uilnk that
waa'ki rotten skunfc, trick, tho dLrtlcit
pellUct t trick I ever saw; in my eight
yeai-s) o f IcglalatlVo experience."
LH.IPUUIAN, DEFIANT, FACES
QUILLIVER.
Sehtot ' CJlbbs drew himself to his
fuli:helgll t of moro than nix feet. lie
looked llkt Gulliver gazing down at n
Lilliputian, for Sonator Lockwood Is
oIytiti trnflo moro than Ovo feet In
heltfl. Tl io Olbbs Bmllo faded fpr n
fraction of a moment, but ho kept his
1 iuuun? In tils overcoat pockctii. "I
told 6u thei a was going to bo a mect
UtgtA conslllor your bills' that ofter
Beoi& ho sa Jd.
''iwi, you did not," retorted Mr.
lockwood. "Whoa you called that
Meeting you .know I was en. my way
te Jlw York."
"fc&ncw noV.hlnc of tho sort. You
414iwask mo to report tho housing
bfflsgnit."
"IjV'ccrtalnlji did," retorted tho
Brooklyn Senator, "and you refused.
TbeWI got eight signatures after you
refu&d to gtvo mo a slip on which
to troika a report. I put another slip
wltl&tho wtalea On your desk and
can& your attention to tho fact that
t had . niirlty calling on ou to re
pol t tho bills out."
"You took a poll of my Commlttau
over my head."
"Of course I did. It waa tho only
courso left to nic."
Uut you did not got tho bills out
over my head, did you?" returned
Gulliver Olbbs.
"No. but I laid tho foundation for
doing so. You were opposed to them,
and tho lat man In tho Scnato whs
should bo opposed to them is a Sena
tor from Buffalo, where tho Housing
Committe.' saved tho pcoplo millions
oT dollars." ' '
"Who sold X was opposed to them?"
dcjn'bided ljt Olbbs.
"Your own nctlons." retorted Lllll
jiilt Lockwood.
"Well, Vou tried to .get them out
over my head, and J wasn't going to
let you do It. An Chairman of the
Cities Committee I nroposo to take
caro of tho disposition of my-pwn
legislation'
DENIES "fE SAID LpCKWDOD
"RAN OUT."
'U wasn't your legislation,"
snapped Senator Lgpkwodd. ''It was
mtof. ondi.jwi .called a oieHlrtg when
joyfciew that..!, was out o town, pnd
thriPgavp out a statptiicnt that 1 run
IT" lev.
out nn'jHiirf
tMblw TVUh.
atiiNirity rna itih uii)Io Rime. v ajn
to ay mat 1 (lid Two oT' Die ntenv
vbPJa nho.fo signatures jou brought
"rnr told nio Tulcr Umt they fcjBIicd
under flio Impression that It was "
cn ior , meeimg, nna nvi in rupuri
out tho Mils.' ?
"'tTey certainly jead jOiaf thoy
were asked to pljBjy nd kni;y what
the request was," "caino bick I.ock
wood. 'If thoy didn't, a peat In tho
Senate Is no placo for cither of them."
Jvcir. you aro trying to put mo
In a position of holding up tho bills,
'(TecL-ulinr that I am. fighting them.As
a tnatterrjf fact fniay bo opposed
to ono or two of them, but certainly
nut to all of them, and you make
Bravo charges that my opposition
arises from tho fact thnt 1 hull from
Buffalo, where indictments were found
against a number of building" material
men."
"No. X didn't make any such
chnrges, nnr iiny such statements."
It was suggested io ncnaior uibbs
that ho was conroumung JbocKwood
with Untermyer, and ho answered:
"Yes, 1 know; ami tno cna or that
has not romc yci. cimer. wo are
not through yet, Charlie," ha added
to Lockwood.
"You'ro right, we.'re not," returned
tho Hrooklyn Seni.ior, and ho -walked
over to Mr. L'ntwnycr, wno nnu camo
back from his room, where ho said ho
hail been unable to nnu any light.
Knmn one told him that tho same
thing had happened to tho Senators
foni Uuffnlo nnd Hrooklyn.
"W..I1. nobody barKt-u uown," re
marked Senator tJIbbs, tho Bmllo again
Illuminating his lace, anu mo crowd
dispersed.
A meeting or inn umun wmraniet
has been called for 2 o'clock tins af
ternoon, when me mmrmiK uiiia will
probably be rcpoited. wim or without
Ihoworks. Hut i hero promises to bo
some lively dlsrusslon ever them at
to-night's Hcsslon of tho Senate.
FRIDAY, MARCH 17,
NOT A FAST DAY
IN THIS DIOCESE
Archbishop Hayes Allows Catholics
to Feast in Honor of
St. Patrick.
Catholics of tho Archdiocese
of New York not only wtll be
relieved of tho I-enten fast next
Friday but Archbishop Uayes
has granted a special dispensa
tion allowing them to cat meat
on that day, which will bo the
feast of St. Patrick.
Announcement to that effect
was made yesterday In all the
churches of tho archdiocese.
The dispensation la all tho
moro unusual becauso tho Fri
days In Lent arc, In tho Cath
olic Church, special days of
fasting and abstinence.
I
3 TRADE MARK
"Goodbye to the
Wash Woman"
Wallach's new laundry service
takes the family laundry entirely
out of the house at a price 'no
thrifty woman can ignore.
PRESTAL Laundry Service
means prompt ami reliable de
liveries and everything washed
and .ironed to perfection. The
charge of 21cper pound includes
ihirts. If the wash has over 50
flat work'-we allow a rebate.
Telephone Plaza 185
for further particulars.
Wallstch Laundry
330-332 East 59th Street
oimcriccU' tforctnent Spcaatit&"
Oppenheim.llins &
" 34th Strcst New York
A Remarkable Sale Tuesday
Japanese
Hand-Embroidered
Silk Kimonos
These graceful Robes are
cut on full lines and beau
tifully embroidered. Rose,
Copcn, wisteria, pink,
light blue, black and navy.
Unsurpassed Value
8.90
Also a Special Sale of 1000 Pairs
Women's Satin Boudoir Slippers
Quilted Satin, in black,
rose, Copen blue and or
chid. Sol$s of real leather.
Special 1.35 Pair
A Atom. & Ob
Special for to-morrow (Tuesday)
simriGcU Zforemttt SpeclaiAt
Oppenheim.llins &(
34th Street New York
For Tuesday
1
Unprecedented Special Purchase and
Extraordinary Sale of Dresses
p. :" 1
hi V
For Women and Misses
Spring Models of Silk
and Cloth for Street
and Afternoon Wear
Regularly Selling
to 55.00
28.00
Vjanton Crepe, Taffeta, Crepe de
Chine and Beaded Georgette in a
wide choice of decidedly newstyles.
JVomen's Dept. 2nd Floor
Misses' Dept. 3rd Floor
A Sale of Women's
AiiTEOTcaoiimad Lingerie'
offering special price advantages
Nightrobcs . . $1.10', 1.95, 2.45, 2.95
Envelope Chemises . 95c, 1.50 to 2.65
Vest Chemises . . . . ' . .1.25
Athletic Combinations . . . . 1J0
At the same time a quantity of
Philippflinie Lingerie
(hand-made and prettily hand-embroidered)
will offer exceptional values at these low prices:
Nightrottses . . . $2.45, 2.65, 3.50
Envelope Chemises . 2.25, 2.45, 2.65
(Second. Floor)
A Sale of
Children's Rompers and
Sleeping Garments
will offer excellent values at these low prices:
Rompers
Qinglnam (1 to 6 years) . 95c &. $1.25
Crinkled seersucker (1 to 6 years)' . 1.25
Dimity or poplin (1 to 3 years) .
1.65
Sleeping Garments
of white cotton crepe
V' Sizes 2 to 10 years . . .
(Second Floor)
95c
Fashionable
Spring & Sinmmer Clothes
for
Women, Misses amid QiSfldremi
are now extensively featured in the Department
for Catalogue Merchandise
On the Sixth Floor
A Sale of
Whitfe Lingerie Fabrics
at very special prices
1,200 Yards of
44-inch White Organdy
imported from Switzerland; excellent quality,
and washable
at 62c. per yard
6,000 Yards off
White Nainsook and Longcloth
for lingerie purposes; in 10-yard lengths only
39-inch White Nainsook
per length off 10 yards . $3.95 &. 4.50
36-inch White Nainsook
per length of 10 yards . $2.75 & 3.35
36-inch White Longcloth
per length of 10 yards .. $2.10 & 3.35
These prices represent exceptional valines
(First Floor)
A Sale of
Household Linens "
marked concessions from regular prices
incl
All-linen Damask Table Cloths
each . : . $4.50,6.50,9.75,11.50
All-linen Damask Table Napkins
per dozen . . $4.50, 6.00, 9.75, 13.25
All-linen Sheets, hemstitched
per pair .... $12.75, 15.00, 19.50
All-linen Pillow Cases, hemstitched
per pair .... $2.75, 3.25, 4.5t'
All-linen Towels, hemstitched
per dozen . . . $6.75, 9.00, 12.00
Turkish Bath Towels, hemmed
per dozen . . . $5.00, 5.75, 6.75
(Fourth Floor)
ttjjtrtp-fourtf) Street tE&trtp-uftf) Street
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