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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1022.
If POLICE KEEP MAYOR aSO BUSY SALUTING il HE RESCINDS ORDER r"oungstown (O.) Executive Finis, He Can'Cet Along Without . SaMuch Fonnallly. TOUNOBTOWN, O., March . Mayor aeorga 1 Olos, whb'rt eentlr started ft lively dlacuMton try ordarln all police to lalute Mm, end! the tempest to-day by rescinding the order, saying ho' was "tired of saluting." "They're kept me bo busy a Jutins I haven't had time to do anything elte," the Mayor aald. DRY AGENTS MUST STICK TO DRY JOBS HAPSBURG VAULT HELD PHIDIAN SCULPTURES PLEADS HIS VICTIM DARED HIM TO SHOOT aiuknt1! AimiI Ian Labia if H r m Jt I yraM 1KV niliru mjurru ., i appeal to the sympathy of the was the only dtfense advanced to by Alexander Kamlnsky. counsel KIto Wniam Ginsberg, twenty-four. 6fl fetrtal before Judt Talley In General lfiSesslons for the murder of Samuel I.u P'ttn of No. 14( FOrsythe Street on Nov. I All aiut a,o iviu " .written a letter to Anno Rosenthal, a Brooklyn nrl to wnom uinsoent wm eagagtd. tUtlnr that Ginsberg was a thief. Thle caused her to break the minflii nd return Glnsberr's ring. oinBTerg, owpemfi, nr.i uwMt f.ealcMe. later he went to Lubln. ask- gin Mm to go to Mm iiosemnai nnu Plight the wrong he had done. Lubln Rlaojbed. whereupon Ginsberg drew a gjreotfer and threatened to force Lubln BUt Iti point to visit the your woman. n . I ml m.nA taunted Ginsberg with being too cowardly to it. Ginsberg snoi. mm no u. lered to the poUee. ADMIRAL AYRES IS DEAD AT MONTCLAIR Fmir Make Arrest Under Sullivan , Law tout Court Sets ' Prisoner Free. Prohibition agents are dcputlied to bco that only tho Volstead net and Eighteenth Amendment aro not vio lated, and any breach of a Htate law or city ordinance Is no concern Of theirs. A ruling to this effect won made In Ccnfro Street Police Court by Magls trate Oberwa&er to-dny when ho dis charged Robert Santangelo, twenty- flvo, Ko. 65 Oak Street, a Columbia law student about to be admitted to the bar. Robert J. Owens nnd four other Prohibition enforcement agents, Arrested the student and charged him with violation of tho Kulllvan antl (run act when they found nn automatic revolver In the safe of his father's storu The search warrant, It was admitted by Owens, did not mention revolvers or other weapons, ns an object of tho search, Jio liquor was discovered. During: the testimony It was brought out that at one time the four agents and tho student ffot Into a scuffle. Commending on tho four-to-onn odds, F. H. I. Guardla, former President of tho Hoard Of Aldermen, who oppeared aa tho prisoner's counsel, declared: "Tho Oovornment has not yet pro. duccd a dry agent willing to fight Men of fighting calibre do not scok Prohibition JobB." SEVENTEEN STRIKERS HELD ON ARSON CHARGE 'nrtlnnn ul rnrmenan Fries Ae- inlrrit Itr Archduke Konnil. VJKNN. March 2 (Ily Mall). Two ft laments of rhldlan sculptura hnvo Um illfcovcrnd In tho Hofburg, or Im licHil I'alacr, whoso numerous npnrt- ninU unu iu" nnu cellars are niled vi llh unlisted costs of relics, sccurnu- Interf through centuries of llupuburr relun. They are marble reliefs In excel lent preservation and experts pronour;e them to no rroin me original frlcio or the Parthenon. They contain two proicssional flcures. ono with head turned,, over tho shoulder ns If in conversation wim mo otner. Presumably they wcro acquired by .tho Into Archmixe i crainano. Krsxments of tho Parthenon frieze AH BH1U IW I"1 II". "" " . VAOIIIIII.H CAUIIIl of the work of Phidias, dreek sculptor. PS rJREAR (ft Rear Admiral Joseph Gerrlsh Ayers, tedleal Corps, U. B. N.. retired, died Montelalr, N. J., last nliht, at the Vealdencs of his ton, Oerrlsh O. Ayers, il Brunswick Road, a&ed eighty-two. had been 111 for thrse months, JBbough death was the result of old age. Wi He was bom at Canterbury. N. II.. Bin 111), was commlMloned Second ijiiinjil In ComDinv D. llth N. H. V., In im. and a year later was maae ettntr Assistant Surgeon In tho U. S. a u A laai HlllDAAn An A tVOtadleal Director In the Navy In 1166 rVslVUlCl 111 P"W aowv tJJand retired In 1901. with the rank of f Me Is survived by his widow. Mrs. J JJllnder Austin Ayers and two sons, t errlh O. Ayers. Jr..,of Montelalr and : 'Bharles Austin Ayers, of Paris. France. !Hrrlces will be held Saturday at Can- 45 Jrrser Fish Ponnd Workers Ac oaieil of PIottlnK tto Darn riant Seventeen striking fish pound work em are cooling off In the Ocean County Jail to-day awaiting action by the. Orand Jury on a charge of conspiracy to burn down the refrigerating plnnt og the Dennett Wilson Fishery, at Reaslde Park, Just south of Tom River. N. J. Tho men, who had been on strike slnco Saturday, acordlng to tho sheriff's office, were rounded up almost by the light of the burning building, after they had refused to assist In fighting the flamos. $500 FINE AND JAIL FOR BEGGARS PLANNED Orrtlnnnre Intrndnerd tit Drive I'rorrsslnnal Mendicants Frmn Streets. A beggar may be fined as high ns (500 and sent to Jail for a ycor accord ing to the provisions of a new antl- mendicant ordinance, Introduced by Alderman Rudolph Hannoch of the Rronx. The aim of the ordinance Is to drive professional beggars and fakirs from tho streets. The ordinance would atso do away with begging by alleged ex-soldlcrs and snllors, or persons Impersonating them. There Is an anti-mendicant ordinance, but It Is understood to bo without teeth. The new ordinance does not af fect organizations working under license front the Department of Public Welfare I NDKIITAKKn PRKHIDKNT OF JOHN 11. HOUR TQWK. North Tarrytown, the home town of Jcrtin D. Rockfcller, elected an under taker for Prcsidont at yesterday's elec tion. According to the latest returns. Michael 3. Coffey looks like a winner over Fred W. Cross, s, butcher, by It votes. Gross was running for re-elec tion. Tho rest of his ticket was elected. EJ2K DRIVISIl WMIWI! T71UCK KlI.UBn Of AN, Detectives from tho Oak Street St:i tlon are seeking the driver of a trurk which In said to have killed Joseph Ilnndowsky, sixty-nine. No. 61 Jefferson Street, at Cherry and Rutgers Streets this morning. The police report tnal the driver took the victim to Gouver neur Hospital whero ho was pronounced dead. The driver left before his license number was learned. For Town or Country yy plaids in all the bright hues of a Scottish h i g h lander are m a d t in skirts, kilted or plain, at 315. Knitted dresses with matching capes, practical and smart for the s u n n y days of Spring, at $95. Afternoon Frocks in the most approved fabrics ot the season, m shades of mauve and yellow, at $50, $75. Very appropriate to complement the Sports Costume or the Luncheon Frock is one of the New Spring Fur Scarfs of Stone or Baum Marten at $45, $55. rose, 3p7 ittSv 56thStrttt"51th Slrtit ndem but there may be a contest, as one voting machine went wrong. DVCKMAN ST. FKIUIY TO OPEX. The Dyckman Street ferry will open Its ssrvlce for the season, beginning at fi o'clock, Saturday morning, operating between Dyclunan Street and Englo wood, N, J. Improvements have been made for paasenger and automobile travel and the regular schedule will be at ones Inaugurated. MiuT.vny attaoiibjj mama wrritDHAW.x. PARIS, March 22. The American military attaches ut Ilrusscls, Vienna, The Hague, Prague and Ilucharrst are being withdrawn by the Washington Government In the intecrst of economy, according to Information In diplomatic quarters here. Their functions will be taken over by the Legations. dibs iif avto or RBAftT FATtXrtE heart disease early to-day In an auto mobile on Central Avenue, near the tu Precinct Police Station. Jersey City. The machine was owned by Henry S. Havcmeyer ot 315 Central Avenue. Gar telman and Mavemeyer had been on visit to a policeman friend at the police station. MaCennvcfionWith Any Other Esfablishmant in tht World THIRTY FOURTH STREET Once More The eMiracle of Spring Once zJXCore A Wonder-tMaking Sale- A Sale of Frocks Such Frocs! SILK FROCKS At Much Beoto Regular Prices And fhete frocksherc'a the wonder of it for all their nevynws and smartness, are on Sale at 18.50 Modes of the Spring Showing thfc new phases of 6leeves and firdings, Housings and trimmings that Paris has conceived and leading American designers adopted. In Springtime Colors rvjr Brown Black the colors of every Spring as well as the newer shades o the Season, uch as Periwinkle and Dandelion. More Than of Hundred tftQw sJxCodels CANTON CREPE CREPE DE CHINE CHIFFON TAFFETA GEORGETTE CREPE SATIN-FACED CANTON 4 .1 All stzts for Wmtn and dlCuses imXfa mu 13 te n The "Mauve and Qray Room" celebrates Young Qirk Week all through the year, and specializes, every day, in the sort of clothes the national movementis sponsoring! ill YOUNG GIRLS' WEEK . . . a part of the national movement toward simplicity in young girls' clothes, naturally. rinds a whole-hearted cooperation at Best &. Co. For, since 1879, we have stood for the same ideals in girls' clothes toward which this national movement is striving. Morning finds her on her way to class and dressed, quite probably in a one-piece, straight line frock of jersey or eponge, with collar and cuffs of linen; (7.50 to 18.50) Or perhaps the frock itself Is of linen, in the same style (12.95), or with a bit of hand-drawn work, and a bfack sash for variety (16.95) There are enough smart variations of this simple style to preserve her individuality, but if she E refers the two-piece dress, with skirt and over louse, a charming frock of natural pongee has bands of brown, and brown hand-embroidery (18.50); a jersey has Ukranian embroidery in gay cobra (35.00) and a linen frock of blue, with white, uses the same colorful motif (29.50.) Fey street wear, under her coat, the navy tn cotine (illustrated) with fade green, is as smart as it is simple (49.50) And there are trim little tailored frocks of tweeds and homespuns (18.00 to 32.50.) The coat itself may be a strictly sports model of camels hair or other imported materials, belted, and with raglan sleeves (25.00 to 57.50) ; or a type that answers more general purposes, like the one illustrated of tan Polar coating, silk-lined, with bell sleeves and becoming roll collar (25.00). For a Saturday Matinee an "afternoon party or her class luncheon, a crepe de chine frock like the one illustrated is a very nice thing to wear In tan, with dark brown embroidery, or in various pretty color combinations (45.00). Other crepe de chine or taffeta frocks, on simple, youthful, smart lines (16.50 to 35.00.) Evening parties, of course and until she's old enough for decollete, a ruffled chiffon is most acceptable. In the loveliest of colors poppy, rose, blue, maize, white (19.50). Other, evening frocks of taffeta or crepe de chine (25.00 to 59.00). FOURTH FLOOR The Special Order Department unique of iti kind, gives mothers an opportunity to express their oUti Ideas in young girls clothes, or to adapt to their daughters Individual needs the models shown here The cost onlj a liule greatp than thai of ready-modes We constantly maintain ettjf f dejigner and expert dressnakert, who develope erifinal creddoro, or adapt the French models that aimer every" incoming steamer brings us We speciaUxfi, alio m the most tt auirire of hand-made farmena IBeat $c Co. Fifth Avenue at 35th Street N. Y Established 1879 ft sate SUNDAY WORLD "WANT ADS." WORK MONDAY MORNING WONDERf h f