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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1982.
11 VOLSTEAD FINES INSTEAD OF PRISON TERMS HIT BY DRYS !Apti-Saloon League Urges 'Retirement of Judges Not Imposing Sentences. The Antl.SaJoon Lttgve announcpi) to-day, at the close of the three-day annual meeting of the State Board of Trustees and Staff, the financial sLa- tun of the organization andlhe newly elected officers. The financial statement, which Is tor the year ending April 30, 192J, Showed, a deficit of S31,457.0. Total Cash receipt amounted to $263,999. 89, tof which, In round figures, 1175,000 from church subscriptions and he church constituency, coming from Approximately 60,300 different per sons. " Expenses of the League were $286,. 1157.46, and of this" amount the dis bursement for salaries was $Ut,)ll. 57. Labor and clerk hire cost S4, 140.94; travelling and hotel expense, $32,6:8.91; publication, (20.377.S4; rent for four offices, 318,093, and postage, J1J,381.4C. Depreciation of Furniture and equipment was written pff at :,594.70. Two statements were Issued by the Lesgue, one urging the retirement From the bench of Judges who lm trose mero fines on mercenary and willful rlolators of the law," Instead of jail .sentences, and the other com mending President Harding, Ooy. MUIsr, Commissioner Haynes, State Prohibition Director Day and Distrlpt Attorney lianton for their support and caorcement of the Prohibition Law. Tho officers and members of the Btato Board of the League as an nounced are: President, Rev. David James Burrell, D.D., LL. D., New York; VIco Presidents, Rev. .F. IL Coman, D.D., Rochester; Rev. W. C. Splcer, CJiovcrsville; Mr, Edward C. Jllller, New York; Rev. J. II. Mac Conncll, Norwich; Secretary, Rev. -"George Caleb Moor, li.D., New York; Treasurer, Mr. B. H. Fancher. New York; Rev. O. F. Bartholow, D.D., Mt. Vernon; Rev, Wilbur E. Bchoon hoven, Patchogue; Rev. C. A. Lin coln, Brooklyn; Rev. John Roach Straton, D.D., New York; Rev. Henry E. burdock, D.D., Amsterdam. World News in Brief LOCAL. 19 DIE. SCORES HURT IN AUSTRIA BLAST ONBany iwery iriousc in Town Destroyed by Mu nitions Explosion. VIENNA, May 26 (Associated fcress). The death Hat from the dis aster In the ammunition factory at Blumau, near Vienna, which blew up yesterday, was Increased to nineteen by reports received during the night More than three-ecors persons were Injured and scores of dwellings In the town were destroyed,1 hardly a house reaping some damage. The cause of the disaster has not been fully explained. The explosion followed a fire which broke out In the factory, causing the detonation of a large stock of .dynamite, but the orl Bin of the flrtjpd not been cleared ip at last aavices irom the locality, r 1 .. .' Austin Barclay Flctchsr, Treeldcnt of tlie Fletcher Family Union, composed of 10,000 members of a pioneer Amerl can family, wll deliver ths annual An son U, Phelps lcctur at New Y6rk Uni versity to-night on "Tho Mayflower Pilgrims." Emit nosenwclg, No. 3St Frsemsn Street, Brooklyn, was fined J100, with revocation of his license, In Traflflo Court yesterday for speeding. Tho Tark Department promises work on th restoration of the walks in Madi son Square Tark will begin In six eeks. Justice BIJur, In Supreme Court, has dismissed the action for divorce brought by Mrs, Fay Eisenbtrg against Lester w. Ulsenberg, Assistant Corporation Counsel. Alice J. Klee, thirty-eight, No. 1036 East 91th Street, Brooklyn, solicitor for me volunteers of America, was ar rested at Park How and Brooklyn Bridge, charged with soliciting funds without a permit, An application by ths Protestant Episcopal Church of St. Matthew for permission to consolidate with the Church of Zion and. St. Timothy, under the name of the Church of St. Matthew and St. Timothy, was approTed in Su preme Court yesterday. The trial Judge and Prosocutor In the ease of Angelo Tumbcrello, eighteen. hsve sssented to a commutation or nis death sentence to lUe imprisonment. He killed Louis Balsamo in Brooklyn, x Men who were commissioners and as sociates of John Purroy Mltchel when he was Mayor will decorate his grave in Woodlawn Cemetery at 11.30 A. M. on Memorial Day, llr. Pare v Senior, recently recommitted to Sing Sing for writing caustic letters to the office of Gov. Miller demanding freedom for others, was released yes terday by the State Board of Parole. Commencement exercises of the class of 1922 of Benjamin School for Qlrts were hold last night at the Manhattan Congregational Church. Dr. Stephen S. Wise was the speakers' The formal contest by Mrs. Helen A. P. Merrlman of Providence of the will of her aunt, Emily II. Bourne, whs filed In the Surrogate's Court yesterday. Two thousand ex-soldlers and sailors, sll members of the Hebrew "vVr Veter ans, will parade through the east side Decoration Day. A special committee to entertain 76,000 young people during six weeks of concerts at the Lewlsohn Stadium, 137th Street and Amsterdam Avenue, begin ning July 6, is being formed. Reduction of railroad freight rates by the Interstate Commerce Commission was hailed by Henry D. Wallace. Secre tary of Agriculture, who Is at the Hotel Astor, as a hopeful sign for agriculture and Industry. William K. Laws of Ssyre, Pa., has been elected editor in chief of the Co lumbia University Law Review, for 1922 1923. James E. Flncgan, insurgent Demo crat in the 13th Assembly District, in Kings County, has announced he will seek the Democratic nomination for Dis trict Attorney. Twelve young women graduates of the MANY a break-down and period of discourage ment can be avoided. Three vital elements serum, hemoglobin and vitamins, without which you cannot be healthy, are supplied directly to the blood by BOVININE The Food Tonic lit Of All Dnttistt H Attttratt $c Ota Semlmid Skirts for sports and general wear shown (in regular stock) in sizes for women and misses are at very attractive prices Included are the following special values: Semi-made Skirts, in a plaited model of blue or black serge .... at $6.50 Semi-made Skirts, in a plaited model of white serge . . . . . at $9.75 e practical aspect of- these Skirts must appeal strongly to the busy woman, since they afford an economical solution of the Summer wardrobe problem by the expendi ture of a'Bmall amount of time and effort. (First Floor) i P S4tbnb35tfrtreets etogocit Metropolitan Hospital Training School for Nurses took the Hlppocratlan oath last nlrht nt the school's commencement exercises on Welfare Island. DOMESTIC. rive men ware killed In a Are which destroyed n dosen buildings In Cananea, Sonera. Mexico, forty miles south of bougies, Ariz. The Massachusetts Board of Arbitra tion has advised a temporary cut In wages of 15 per cent. In the shoe In dustry Lynn and requested manufac turers to reopen their shops. The United Shoe Workers of America have accepted. ' Diplomas and degrees were awarded to twenty-seven graduates at' the com mencement of the Hartford Seminary Foundation. Fifteen were In the sem inary, eight In the School of Hcllgious Pedagogy and four In tho Kennedy School of Missions. The Rev. David Hlllhouse Buel. ex- Jesuit and formerly President of C.'eors.tonn University, wilt be received Into the Kplscopal ministry June 2. m FOREIGN. Numerous American Importers are suing German textile mills for the re turn of money advanced as part pay ment on contracts, the time for the delivery of which has elapsed, accord ing to the Berlin Textile Weekly, Two Portuguese military airplanes, which came from Lisbon, returning from Madrid, fell near the Spanish border. One of them was burned and the other completely wrecked, , Justice Latchford has qusshed the daylight savings by-law pssaed In Kit chener, Ontario, on the application of a merchant of tha( city. Advices received from Caracas an nounce the election of General Juan Vlncente Comes as President of Venezuela. ARTIST'S MODEL TATIES FOISON. Miss stelma Austin, twenty.thrse, an artist's model who registered Tuesday at the Martha Washington Hptel AS of New York, was taken last night to Bcllevue in a serious condition from potash permanganate poisoning. The police ascribe the girl's condition to attempted suicide. 'Ik CRISSINGER WARNS OF CHEAPENED GOLD Treasury Nations Comptroller of Says Forejtrn Must He Maintained. PITTHHUItGH, Mny !. Malnte nance of the gold standard by foreign nations Is vital, Comptroller of the Currency Crlsslnger declared to-day before the Pennsylvania Bflnkera' Association. Otherwise, he said, (he United States might bo left with an enormous store of yellow metal strip ped of Its monetary value. To this end Mr. Crlsslnger advo cated adjustment of the foreign war debts to thla country on such a basis as would permit of their eventual payment In gold, at the same time expressing the view that Immediate payments of Interest by, the debtor nations was necessary to the eco npmto welfare of th country. CONFLICT OF LAWS WORRIES FIRE HEAD Hul Commissioner Finds Way lo Give Veterans Leave and Maintain Platoon Act. Fire Commissioner Ilrennan to day solved a difficult Memorial Day prob lem. Tho mandatory two-platoon law which Gov. Miller signed two months ago requires that blatoons must be malnlpinet except In case of confla gration, riot or slmllnr emergency. The mandatory War Veterans' Me morial Day leave requires that nil war veterans receive leave next Tuesday, Memorial Day. There aro l.TOO war veterans en titled to leave Tuesday. To grnn'. their leave, In addition to the non veterans who would be regularly off duty, would cripple the flre-flghtlog fores of the city. That was the rub, With the advice of the city law department, Commissioner Drrnnan has found a way out. All veterans wishing leave Tuesday must apply for It by to-morrow Then a temporary ms Itch of fluly lours will b made with n non-veteran In the name company, maintaining th department ut roqul Mte strength without violating elthei law. And 'that's that! KNICKERBOCKER GRILL RAIDED; 3 ARRESTED nrle-ctlves sJr Ten DotOcs of Alleged lleer. The Knickerbocker arill, under tho old Knickerbocker Hotel, at ltd Street and Mrosdwsy, was raided by detec tives of Inspector Underbill's staff early to-day, Ernest Ceruttl, manager, NO. 101 Wst th Street; Julian Dorsldz, head waiter. No, 17 Weet 84th Street. nd peter Ogllellde, captain of waiters, No. SJt West ttth Street, were arrested on charges of violating the prohibition law. Ten bottles of beer ware confiscated, according to the detectives, who had a ncarch warrant. TO APPEAL, JlRCEIVKnS' CASK. Queens County District Attorney Wallace wll file to-day with the Ap pellate Division an appeal from the de cision of Justice Crops from ctwlody Slaughter W, Hurt "mmsi'i Uobert C !-. lepolYej of tho, Slelji- M way lines. They Mere arrested on n chart of violating fc TuMie SeryibV I-aw by putting (lie new tariff iuU) H' foct IUul thirty days' notice to tbe Transit Commission. I "Superlatively beautiful, picturesque and gigantic." BELMONT PARK TOMORROW'S GREAT FEATURES 510,000 APPLETON MEMORIAL STEEPLECHASE 54,000 LADIES' HANDICAP HEMPSTEAD HANDICAP And 3 Other Brilliant CootU. BKGINMNG AT J.1 r. M, srnctAL, nAcr. thmnr bath. Lavs I'tana, Stetloa, WW St. as 1th Av., to from FUtbunh Av UrooVWn, t lt.lt, I1.IS, IM. I.UL fM, M V. M, Ppm-lat Cars IWterved for Ladle. course aifta rescnte or trener. GRAND JSTAND AND PADDOCK. I mi effing Tat. Women' sUmbr ellas Offered at a Remarkably Low Price So good looking that it's quite pleasure to 6wing along with a slim little model in one's favorite color all prepared for the darkest shower. Exceptional quality umbrellas with wide and extra wide satin tape edges. 'Sun and rain models. Original handles featuring the newest ideas in ambe? bakelite; fine leather and novelty effects. Tips and sport tops to match. $4.95 Parasols for Summer Sunshine A wide assortment in all the newest, most original designs and combinations of colors. Just that rare little note of individuality for any summer costume. Handbags of Silk or Leather A Wide Assortment in Street, Sport or Dress Modeta Bags of Beaver calf and fancy silk, suitable for practically any occasion. Beautifully fitted out. ii $4.85 $6.50 Bags of genuine morocco, beaver calf, and of silk. Pouch and flat models Over twenty-five- styles to select from. Special at $2.95 r 'oJ'-tmi Brothers Street Petticoats In all materialsit'slsimply for you to decide which you want. Lots of lovely Jerseys, with pleating and fringe trimming. And tub silks of various kinds, with those convenient doublo panels for practicability and dainty embroidery for adornment. Street colors and in flesh and white. .96 to $4.95 MAIN FLOOR l Children's White Footwear Ina Special Holiday Sale Genuine White Buckskin Boots in Lace or Button Styles. $6.00 to $8.75 White Canvas Lace Boots. $4.75 to $7.00 Genuine White Buckskin Oxfords. $5.50 to $8.00 White Canvas One-.Strap Pumps. $2.25 to $4.50. (Priced according to sires) Stem Brothers Wut" Forty-Second Street Ani Wt FsjrtyThird Street 0 Clearance Sale of Misses' Suits, Capes and Wraps Tweed Suits in two and three-piece models (Regularly up to $49.50) It Reduced to $26.00 rlcotine and Twill Suits (Regularly up to $65.00) Reduced to $29.50 Twill Cord Suits in two and three-piece models (Regularly up to $85.00) Reduced to $38.00 CAPES and WRAPS (Regularly up to $89.75) Reduced to $45.00 Misses'' Shantung Suits $18.75 Featuring the desirable 36-inch long line coats with narrow belts; mannish collars, slot or patch pockets. Ideal for week-ends and vacations, as well as general summer wear. 14, 16 and IS years. Misses' Sport Frocks Special at $34.75 Oceanic crepe in white, with contrasting color stripes. Ribbon effects of crepe at either side of the skirt. 14, 16, 18 years. Most Exceptional Price Reductions Saturday in a Sale of Women's Wraps, Capes and Coats Models formerly pricedfrom 39,50,UP t98,5 now reduced for immediate disposaljto v $25.00 $29.50 $49.50 The best" looking models," theTmost dependable fabrics7 and the most distinctive tailoring that you are likely ever to find again at such remarkably low prices. Reflecting the latest ideas of foremost designers, and in every respect the sort of wraps you would want at twice the prices. Materials Silks, such as jCanton crepe, siluctte, and faille, tricotine, veldyne and twill cord. Styles Wrappy styles, regular'capesand straight line, coats, with Tuxedo, convertible, or throw collars. ' Fashionable New Neckwear In a Variety of Styles ifor Every Summer Costume Priced At ONE-HALF LESS Than the Regular, Value Separate Collars, collar and cuff sets of organdie, nets and linens, in round, square, and Tuxedo effects. Many are trimmed with real Irish and filet laces. $1.50 u. $3.95 Guimpes and vestees of net and organdie, in jabot, round neck and square effects. Colored organdies as well as white. $1.50 to $8.95 1 Youths' and Boysjy Apparel The Smartest Styles Attainable At the Lowest Prices Obtainable Youths Long Trouser Suits of excellent qualify twecdS, cassimeres and cheviots. Sizes 16 to 20 years. $24.50 to $36.50 Boys' All Wool Norfolk Suits with extra trousers. Pleated or box models in an As sortment of attractively colored tweeds, cassimeres, and cheviots. Sizes 7 to 18 year. ' dio rr , a! a rr 'I D1Z.OU and .D 10.011 f Boys' Wash Norfolk Suits in box or pleated models. Of Palm Beach, khaki on crash. Sizes 8 to 17 years. $5.00 to $11. ,50 Boys' Straw Hats..7777r li.25 to4.75 Boys' Wash Hats 7S to 1.95 Youths' Straw Hats 1 .75 THIRD FLOOR 4 ( t ro r(SUm Brothsrsxt,' ii . II1 500 French Novelty Necklaces In n. Remarkahlft Snip, of A,-JfK 119 I M I . U)l.yO values to MM i Neck. and cordclleres in artistic color combinations of jade, crystal, jet, sap- phire, emerald, topaz, amethyst, lapis, aqua marine, pearls and numerous other stones. Some are combined with oxidized or gilt metal ornaments, others have pearl tassels. jrf J8 For Growing Girls FROCKS of imported voiles, tissue ginghams "and organdies, beautifully, hand smocked and embroidered. Dainty ruffles or plain full skirts. Large sashes of self material. In all the new summer shades. Sizes 6 to 14 years. $7.50 .nd $8.95 Girls' gingham dresses m checks, plaids, and olid colorings. Manyembroidered in two toned effects. Sizes 6 to 14 years. $6.95 to $8.75 For Holiday and Camp Wear Girls' middies of white drill' Hague cloth and Palmer linen. Sizes 6 to 20 years. $1.50 to $3.95 Girls' khaki knickers for camp or sport wear 2.95 Khaki Middies sizes 10to20years. 2.35 ? Final Clearance of Girls' Coats Sport and dress models. Many lined through' out. Sizes 6 to 14 years. $9.95 $15.00 $18.50 (Formerly up to $29.50) THIRD FLOOR in ! i n x i' m m -