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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, MAY C. C. OF N. Y. HOLDS IIAL CELEBRATION Academic Procession Filing PastR. O: T. C. Honor Guard at C.C.N. Y. 75th Anniversary ply heat between Nov. 3 and IS last and that when he caught cold It caused him J5.000 worth ot "physical and men up and robbed Michael Clancy, pay master of tho Hornthat Casket Co., No. 597 Lexington Avenue, of $2,100 on March 4, was sentenced to-day by Judge Rosalsky in General Sessions to from ten to twenty years In Sing Blng. Judge Rosalsky, prior to passing sen tence, complimented Miss Rose Rothen berg, the Assistant District Attorney, who handled the case, on her presenta tal agony." . GANG LEADER RECEIVES I 20 YEARS FOR HOLD-UP IN ALL-DAY FETE Richard O'Borinell, twenty-nine. No. 3G East 41st Street, charged with hav tion or the evidence, declaring that as ing led eang of five men who held u result the Jury could only convict, V U, 1922. I : " J - : -t: v - i , fa if- L ,1" Observe' Charter Day and JUso the Institution's 75th Birthday. fiAll-dav-' circhiontca. to-day. com mcmorato not only Charter Day at Om City College of "New York. Iiut Also serve as life principal cxpi irises In the seventy-fffth birthday t vtlebritlon at that Institution, nop iisentatlvea 'of all the cdllcacs In the Metropolitan district was present, and tho pflnlcphl nddrcsn vaa dclKercd by Ambassador J usscrand of Fiance. lOoiticldfnt with this celebration It was learned that tho United Slates has nikedClty Colleen -to tako caro of as many, more disabled tctcrans as It . cAri -handle, There urjj nlrcudy 7B0 njuiinti) Lclng Uuftlit ecven vocations. Byjthi end of tho month tlicro will bo .i!5S0;btlnt taught 1G vtHlqns". -j,T6 h,andle thls body of disabled vet trans the. college and the rioverumcnt Havortafceti oer the Loth Building at miWraarn Avenuo and; 150th Street, fjtnnird Loth is on alumnus ot the college, In '77, and when Ji6 bousht the tT6p'erfy, now1 in demand, he was ifuferjed it. This new cbfpo of vet $fjSs tiiph d. C. ,N. T. In front of all oJher.JnfcttutlQna connected With the 'rork. it who thV firit college $ turn over ill Its j-esQurcts to the tfeyiVameri n4 , now lb doing the Urirttt ihlre ef all in helping care r'.thi, veterans,. rielaM.by the 'S tJ Infantry Bind, ij ieiatmie fcrcceaeion, 6i nearly 8,000 tolrotita irbund the -dam pus at 10 ?eiocJt ln'aint6 th4 Qrei-ilUll, where tim6rnlng tervics were hild. The jjlipdreds in the R 6. C Acted as hiiio? gdii-a ana-itfe"r'e''f6U6wed by . iwaeijt..dltga.tloris from fraternities sid.'ioclttlts. Then Leo .liohns, 'Si, Cniirmtri, and Ambassador Jusserahd led ;tn6tft in eajl and gown. President MeiU and the four deans Allowed mth represeptitlves of ,tho faculty. ': Others In the" proeetelon were Ber Hit, Baruch; '81, Thomas W. ?nurehlll, Chairman 6t the Board' of rtisteeB; negent Charles B, Alej&n de. Supreme C6urt Justice Wngner, alto President of the Alumni Assocla- tlon;. Chancellor Brown, of New York University, and John JI. Finlcy, third President of iti cpllege. All these mth spoka In the (treat Hall, as did Jacob Raskin, '2!. Lunchcdn wa.s served In the main building. Trie remaining. numbers on the programme- Include a drilfHby die R. O. T. C, a faculty-eenlor baseball game, '; a. debiti and a lantern dance on the j ACTRESS ASKS $30,000 FOR AUTO INJURIES t . i Aertba DOane. koti Taxi Company and Aslo Orrner. ? :A the result of Injuries she received In a tsklcsb cfssh with o,prlvate tour- e.ing.cr- eertna ooane. an actress, r.tc-day sued for $30,000 damaces; narnlns . the taxleab company 'and Benjamin :. Horowlti. The case .Is betne tried be- i fere a Jurj In Justice Platzek's part or . Supreme Court. Mle Boane alleges she was riding In the cab enroute to her homo at thu , Len,n9t Hotel on Bee. JS. when - there "was a collUlon with Horowltfa mschin in front ot No. 40- Weit C!d r Street, The plaintiff claims she was so r'.terrlbly lacerated by the gltss that she x bas been .a nervous wreck ever tince, -'S'ind iddi that she has undercAne mimer- 'Veus operitlono for the removal ot glass fiDirUcles. 9f JjGEN. COXEY FAILS , TO SEE MAYOR HYLAN leeklBK Audience, Sits On lleuvh ' 'While Executive BrotUes Vy, "den." Jicob S". Coxey." who led an "army of unemployed to Wachlngton in 'itit, tried without s.uccets to-day to ,e-BtaJn an Audience ,wlth aijyor Hylan. Ht wanted to lay before him his old ; panacea u for the financial 111s ot hu L . 1 L . . . 1 . - . ' i mamir. qui uic ,MB7vr. nwo was un usually bUsy, passed him by as ho eat en 4 bench the ante-room at City lWhen'hO learned that It was not t! likely that ,-the Mayor would sco him Coxey left the -building. He said he "probably -would return, as ho believes his' Ideas Will make a special appc.il to ;ine Mayor. j. m. talley.Vroker. goes Into bankruptcy Jesse JJ. Talley, as co-psrtner In tm rm 6t J. M. Talley C6.. No. 8p Wall ;gtreet. Inteetment securities brokers, "Sled a voluntary petition. In bankruptcy tthls morning In the Federal District "Court, alleging liabilities of 978,814 and islets bl, $24,800. U'wls stated In trie .tttlt6n that Tal UV. 4n. T ftt nf Plwl.Mut T. I., refucd'ta )Mn ih h netlllon anil ae as kb ini un ds maos 10 snow cause why1 should not be made to so Join, ELEVEN FOREST FIRES 7- RAGE IN 11-MILE RADIUS Fire Hnndrcd Men I'lghtlnc Tlni br Flacaro Krak- (fneco, Cnnu (Spedst to The Kvenint World,) SONECO. Conrt.. Msy It, Forest fires ,yre a it in, raging in fit mrcctioos in tms telrtlty. . Eleven different flrfa ar r(J, trtid In a radius of ten miles In tho rrlt6ryj below Panlelson. South of .JHettervllle; 340 acres ba'o been burned, itnousanas oi young pines. 4Mructlve Are j are raging p.pod,,Canlerbiry, Sterl- usjpjpjpjpv u isjaaiidlss? CITY SAVES $30,750 IN FERRY CLAIMS S. F. Commission Recom mends $200,00 Payment to Company With Interest. The Sinking Fund Commission to. day recommended to the Board of Es timate that It pay the New York and East River Ferry Company $200,000 with legal Interest from Sept 18. 1620, the date when the city vested title in the Astoria ferry after the company had discontinued service. The settlement, which was effected by Comptroller Craig Is a saving of $30,750 on t,h ferry property alone. After this award had been made the Comptroller directed the Corporation Counsel to file an appeal. In his letter to the Sinking Fund Commission explaining the settlement, the Comptroller said said: 'T have adjusted the claims of the ferry company for $75,000 for the threo ferry boats and $127, 3ll.lt for the fefry buildings nnd Improvements at or about the foot of East Hid Street, at $45,000 without Interot.t, and the amount to be received, us nn award for Its germinal property in Astoria at $t00,000 Instead of $230,750 awarded by the court. NEW YORK COMMUNIST CONVICTED OF SEDITION Dlnnkenstein Conduct Onn llr- tenne In PIMsbnrarb, PITTSBURGH, Miy It. Israel Blahkensteln, of New York, alleged orgsnlter tor the Communist parly In western I'ensylvanla, wa found guilty of sedlMon by a Jury In Criminal Court nere io-ony. Blakensteln, vho was arrested last January nhen a larre quantity ot radi cal literature was found in his room. conducted his own detente and made tho closing address to the Jury. JERS,EX TRUCK DRIVER IS KILLED BY TRAIN Scjiuour llobti. Fatallr Inlnfril At Grade Crlns ..Near Mlllatonr. Seymour Ilobbs, while driving a Som erset County motor truck early to-day, was struck by a westbound Pennsyl vania train on a grade croslsne about a mile from Millstone, near Somervllle N. J. He was picked up by the train crew and ecnto the gomyraet lloapltul in an ffl . CHILDREN'S SHOES U W Tatcnt Leather, Tan Calf ' H Above everything else, Millerkina are comfortable. But did you ever see little shoes so daintily pretty? The MtlXEB'ftNS Shops I. MILLER II V . BFifth Ave. at 46tri St. 15 West 42nd St. Br.,1, ft U 498 Pulton Street, Corner of Bond J automobile b yDircctor Frank Rcmitfti of the Somerset County Boinl of Krec h,oldcrs. He tiled soon after his nrrlvul at the horpltal. t HIS LOVE SPURNED, HE DRINKS IODINE Former soldier, lVhoae S-rrertlirart Sent tone In .oe, AVIll Lli e. His, sweetheart having sent a note to him saying the wlthed to have nothing to do with him, Joseph Mllaizo, a for mer roldler, of No. 7508 13th Avenue, Brooklyn, attempted to commit suicide to-day by drinking Iodine In front of No. 1002 39th Street,. Brooklyn. After being treated by a surscon from the Nor wegian Hotpltal he was sent to the Kings County Hospital. Mllazzo, who win live, refused to tell the name "or address of the girl, except to say her first name was Viola. She is thought to llvo near where he tried to end his life. CHICAGO MAN INVENTS NEW RADIO DEVICE ring; In On Ulectrlo Llobt. Storage Datteery and Ham Eliminated. CHICAGO. May 11. A means of eliminating the buzzing In radio and of operating the wireless sets by plugging In on the electric light socket Instead of using rxpenslvo storage batteries has been perfected by B. F. Mleffner, a Gov ernment expert during the war, he an nounced to-day. Mr. MelfTner said that, in place of rectifiers and fillers now -used to elimi nate the hum, Mr. Mleffner usos balanc ing devices. Tho 110-volt lighting cur rent Is stepbed down to six volts. Mr. Mleffner formerly was connected with (he Army, and Navy Aircraft De partment and assisted John Hays' Ham mond In perfecting a radio torped dur ing the war. NEWSPRINT WORKER5 IN WAGE AGREEMENT Contracts Stoned at Conference Started Yesterday. A wage agreement was signed to day between representatives of manu facturers In the newsprint industry and those of their employees. The con tract provides no reductions in wages and In some cases slight Increases. There Is 'a minimum wage of 38 cents and hour for the. seml-sKUIed men and a maximum .--of approximately SI lar nn hour for skilled paper makers and power house men. Tho contracts were signed at noon after a conference lasting aday and a 'hair. SUES HI LANDLORD FOR $5,000 FORXOLD Tenant :- "Physical and Slnntal ABony" Worth That Much. Jotehp Gropper, No. 618 Prospect Avenue. Bronx, is trying to collect JJ, 000 bMauso he caught pold In his home. Ills suit, narnlnr the Mlfand estate. ouners of the apartment where he lives, ai defendant. Is on trial before Justice Cohalan In 'the Bronx Supreme Cdurt Gropper rajs the owner failed to sup- Maty You'll see them coerytchere you go HERALD Annual Clearance Sale The Famous Mme. Irene Corsets For Balance-of Week The litut styles, consisting of the sample lines of our Wholesale Department, also full assortment of all models of our SEMI READY Cortets made of the highest grade imported materials. Wc offer them at these phenomenally low prices: $10.00 to $12.00 CORSETS 5.00 and 6.00 $M.OO to $16.00 $16.00 to $20.00 $20.00 to $25.00 $28.00 to $40.00 Every Corset Carefully Fitted. Elastic Corseis and Slip-Ons ( Made of Imported Fabrics of all types at $3.50 up A Full A88ortmeht of Brassieres Positively No Goods Sent on Approval, Credited or Exchanged. 518 Fifth Ave., Straw Hals . I ' In the newer shapes both Domestic and Foreign" braids. A style to suit most any metropolitan personality va riety enough to satisfy every cosmopolitan preference. Our Own Importation $2291 Leader in popular Sennit Sailor shape, cable or saw-edge model;, some with easy "cush ion fitting" sweatbands, $2.89QxiT own ttPortation of Sennits in staple or novel styles. , $3.8i9Legho?n staws in several shapes r Mackinaw Straws with pencil-curl brim and full crown; 48Q Panamas of good quality in several styles. $5,94 fO $8 74" "Bk01" other fancy braids- Jjj$jT3 Main Floor, 3tlb Stmt SQUARE OTOO. f . .00 and .50 8.00 and 10.00 12.00 and 14.00 15.00 and 18.00 bet. 43d and 44th Sts. --PC NEW YORK SMART NEW TINTS FOR WARM WEATHER WEAR Pale miize, ics-cool creep, delicate orchid, jet blick, ivory white -these tints of the new glove ink underwetr by Vtn Rialte, made, as the fashion demands, to bar- ' monlze with the colors of your warm weather (rocks. And, of course, there is always the pop ular flesh pink, for every day use. You can get them not only b the rich, solie" glove silk, but in sheer new open mesh weaveu ' cool and yet luxurious the utmost refine ment in smart wear. , i love Silk. : Underwear WRAALTE Mtii iy tit tntkers if frn Rttltt Vtih, Silk SfeHxp j J Silk Gleets Special Victrolas in Period Cabinets $80 1 n $t A Demonstration of the Wallace Reducing Exercises Daily 10.30 A. M. to 12.30 ? 2.30 P. M. to 4.30 How to Get Thin to Music Complete Set ip 15 The Sonarograph may be attached to your phonn--graph to make your own records at home. $42.50 Come in for a demonstration SEVENTH FLOOn Lord & Taylor FIFTH AVENITE oxwd Seas. ana QfaS MEN'S WEAR DEPT. Remarkable Offerings for Friday and Saturday B. V. D. SHIRTS and DRAWERS Fine quality pin check nainsook. Full range of sires. ft Regular Value .95 Special at ,V WHITE OXFOfRD SHIRTS Highly mercerized, superior quality Oxford. Neckhand and collar attached models. Cut full and roomy. Excel lent workmanship. i nc 2.50 Values Special at I. YD ! AiEN'S NECKWEAR Rich Imported Silks and Indestructible Crepes In an exquisite assort ment of desirable patterns. ,-ft 1.25 to 1.75 Values, at .Oy MEN'S HALF HOSE Extra quality, highly mer cerized cotton, extra spliced toe and heel, in Cordovan, Russet, Grey, White and Black. on Value .45 pair. Special at ,4y SUNDAY AVORLD WANTS tre the. lovely v Offer in Month WORK MONDAY WONDER !'. -jstrslii,Me-re than 5. SEBiSlWiV y " iWiWSJtiijBs."