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THE EVENING- WORLD, F LIB AY, M A Y 26, 1922.
It i w J ' ESundry-Mark Clues to Murders n may oe rruviueu uy uruiuaiict: ldcrman Cox Has Plan to Reveal Identities ofVictims of Aphasia and Violent Crimes. of the laundry Indicated by the maikn on the shirt or collar or otlinr anpnrrl. The vast miijorlly of New York City fVitU the view of. giving a new r nt of eld to the Police Depnitmcnt ascertaining the Identity of men f feting ft om loss of memory or hdered unconscious or murdered, Mermen Thomas J. Cox of Coney 'Bind lins InttndtirM) In the lio.ird otjj Aldermen nn ordinance for tho listnslng and regulation of laundries, "J'lio iiH-asures rciiulrcn that every rfoiwlotor of n laundry nhnll take out n aiuense nml to euch laundry there In tElx) usalgncd a serial number with n dORinculslilni; letter signifying the bwotigh Ip which the laundry Is sltu aVd. ' fl'With Bitch n system It will be cafti intuitively easy to discover Idcn-tip-," mild Alderman Cox. "In a te rfflt munlor nt Hath licnch the only ilbc was n collar. The detectives Vifeit to several dozen luundilcs only tiiflnd Hint fiey all hud the same qferlt. If thn ordinance that I have Introduced becomes n law all that will bij necessary will lie to call up the llfcense bureau to find out the location people patronize laundiies, and such u system ought to be a gtcat help." The measure provides a fine of not moro than UOO or 30 days' Imprison ment, or both, for non-compliance. MORGANTHAU TO GET BELGIAN WAR MEDAL WASHINGTON, May. SC. In recog nltlon of their services In behalf of Mel elan prlsoncrs-of-war and In relief measures during; tho World War, the ttclttsn Government has bestowed medals upon Henry W. Morgnnttinu, former American Ambassador to Tur key, and I'leasnnt Stovall, former Auicrlran Minister to .Hnlticrlund. These medals were struck especially for the two Americans by order of the IlclKinn I'nillamcnt and have been In trusted to tho State Department for delivery PEDDLERS MUST PAY FEES TO MARKETS SUPERVISORS. OiMirl Sn Huli '"'' f Hrcalel trnnt HrnoUlrnHes "riT l'nrnl of draft," In Tlirlr View. Magistrate (IMsmsr In the Williams burg Court yesterday decided that tho Departments of Markets has tho right to, collect a fee from peddlers In a public street mniket. l'eddlers In llavnmeyer and Selgel Streets, lirook lyn, hod reinsert to pay tho feo to tho supervisors of markets and had been summoned to court by Deputy Com missioner Hubbard. I'nrhi.r (lit,ldtinl .TtlStlCA Pll IId D. McSKher, representing the Williamsburg Peddlers Association, coiucnaeu mat the supervisors wets not legal officers of the Department or jwarKeia aim naa no authority by law to collect fees from peddlers. If they did so, ho said, tho money should be turned over to the Department of Markets, and, as far as i,i i,rwl nnt been done, fin uld It meant that a new form of graft had been established. ti.i.inni fVirrinmtlnn Counsel Gold stein asserted that the money is turned in to the department anu is uscci to pay the salaries of the supervisors and their assistants. WIMIIIIN NIKS uiii'i:. I'Oll 111- Jessc Wlnbiirn. President of tho New York City Car dvertlsliig Company, has n ed suit for ilivort-e hi um i. ircuu i-ouri against his wife, l.lly Wlnbiirn, who Is said to be living in New llochellc, on the grounds of nuellj LATE MRS. SPEYER'S GOWNS GO AT RUMMAGE SALE. Mnnr.y Itrnllrrd Will tleneflt Ant ml llnsiiltnl In Which She W Intrrrstrd. Klght hundred dollars was tho result of tho first day's business yesterday of tho big rtuninago sale at No. 1678 Broad way, which Is making money for the Animal Hospital where pet dogs, broken down horses or ailing cats can find sue. cor. The Institution, at No, 350 Lafay ette Street, will soon bear the name of tim r.llln SDcyer Hospital. In memnrv nf Mrs. James Spcycr, who founded the League for Animals and did much to promote humane treatment of. dumb beasts. OLD GALLOWS TREE FELLED. (IntlniT Wns Ilmmeil an CnttonTrooil nt (inalien In 17711. GOSHUN, N. T.. May 26. A Wkp cottonwood tree In tho church park here, said to havo been tho one on which was hanged Claudius Smith, Jan. 22. 170, was cut down yesterday. Smith was a notorious outlaw. The tree was over 200 years old and was taken down became of Its decaying condition and to avoid its falling and Injuring some one. H had been struck by lightning several times. LOSES INCOME TAX SUIT. Corporation's Cue Decides Point of Importance nn Taxnlile Assets. United States Judge Grubb of Ala bama, who sat In this district In the trial of nn Income tax suit by tho Cen tral Cnlon Trust Company against William H. Kdwards, as Internal Rev enue Collector, handed down a decision yesterday sustaining the Collector nnd enters Judgment for him for 98,731. Thi decision construing the law Is of Im portance to corporations liable on stock valuations. Judge Grubb' a opinion establishes tho meaning of the words "capital stock ' In the Excise Act of Sept. 8, 1918, under which tho action was brought. The plaintiff contended the act Included paid In capital plus the surplus and undivided profits, less the debts. This means, the court says, the net book value of tho assets. Collector Edwards's method, he says, considered tho franchises, good will, existing contracts and established business In computing a fair value of the taxable property. This method Is sustained. The "Quality" Tea iS II ALADA Annual Sale Exceeds 30 Million Packets BLACK, MIXED or GREEN Steadfastly Refuse All Substitutes. use VJjR If (T MJbhp I Lamps A manufacturer's sample line, direct from the Fur niture Exposition just held, consisting of Floor, Table and Bridge Lamps and shades in an endless variety at 50c on the dollar. ' Now $7.50 to $78. Would be $15 to $150. II III open WIJI illuit i ill I i twTnm mmm WSBSBtK mm fftZ 9 . - iia imi i i i.ji-a..a,.a-iM.ii I ' i 1 1 mk Willi ? mtt ft 1 K I1 1 'm Sixth Ave. and 15th Street Third Ave. and 84th Street Third and Brook Avenues at 160th Street, Our Only Bronx store All Stores Open Saturday Evenings Bronx Store Open Monday and Saturday Evenings GIANT INTRODUCTORY SALE 0 Now in Progress at All Three Stores T Refrigerators Our entire line of Refrig erators with porceloid and galvanized interiors, in solid oak and white enamel finishes, at 40 off. ' Now $10.93 to $50. Formerly $17.50 to $90. 10 CELEBRATE the opening of our Bronx Store and to bring home to our customers and their friends the tremendous BUYING-POWER of this organization, we are now holding a GIANT INTRODUCTORY SALE in which our uniformly low prices are subjected to still further reductions of 25 to 50 Kroehler Daven-o-Bed,' $49.98 Mahogany finished frames, upholstered in imitation leather; makes a full size bed when (this does not include mattress as This event places before the furniture buying public probably the greatest values in high class CABINET-MADE FURNITURE ever obtainable and presents a most unusual and welcome opportunity to supply your housekeeping needs, whether they include a complete outfit or only an odd piece. Make it a point to visit one of our stores as soon as possible. LLJ: Toilet Table In Mahogany, as illustrated. Sigi Toilet Table, $37.50 In American Walnut finish with square posts and perforated panels, as illustrated. Davenport Library Table, $24.98 In Mahogany finish, 60 inches long; as illustrated. s Vanity Dresser Louis XVI. Period; in American Walnut; as illustrated. Sligh Vanity Dresser, $74.98 ENBANDE 10-Piece American Walnut or Mahogany Suite Consisting of Buffet, China Closet, Serving Table, Oblong Extension Table, 1 Arm and 5 Side Chairs, genuine leather seats; 10 pieces, as illustrated 232 Enameled Bed, $27.50 Rocker In Golden Oak and imitation leather; large and roomyi as illustrated. 'WfM 'MM ii, 'ff a, Complete with in denim. Englander Couch Bed, $18.75 3-Piece Tapestry or Velour Upholstered Living Room Suite $ With Fireside Chair; loose cushions, upholstered in Tapestry or Velour, indestructi ble springs in seats,; three pieces, as illustrated 117 .50 Quartered Oak Rocker, $10.98 Desk Handsomely carved in genu ine Mahogany; a s illustrated. rtar- -1 11! VI I m mRCi53M I Tin I'lnai 1 Chifforobe In Ivory, as illustrated. Sligh Chifforobe, $54.98 JlssMfiiCTinl Bed r . . . renoa design, 1 in American! Walnut, hand somely carved; as illustrated. Chippendale Desk, $27.98 4-Piece Louis XVI American Walnut Bedroom Suite Consisting of Dresser, Chifforobe, Vanity Toilet Table and Bow-end Bed; 4 pieces, as illustrated 179 .50 mm Sligh Bow-End Bed, $59.98 Sixth Ave. and 15th Street Third Ave. and 84th Street Third and Brook Avenues at 1 60th Street, Our Only Bronx Store All Stores Open Saturday Evenings Bronx Store Open Monday and Saturday Evenings - ftelsssssssssssssssssssssrsssssssssssssssssssssmsssssssssssssssBiSflSjBj .A sT saMiis a jt m jr m n uif im Have it Charged This store measures up to the highest type of business institutions in its business policies, and the service we render is citfoyed and appreciated by tens of thousands of customers and friends. We carry at all times most complete assortments of wearing apparel, reasonably priced, and our credit policy is extremely liberal, fust select ydur gar ment, make a small first payment, that Pay a little each weeR or month '11 WW $ 35 , Decoration Day Special! Men's Young Men's Suits Finely tailored, smart suits made by some of tho best makers of men's clothing in the country. Suit that we know will make you a staunch friend of ours, because our pledge of satisfaction goes with them. Developed in all the up-to-date styles for men and young men: of fine quality worsteds, cassi meres', tweeds, cheviots. All sizes longs, shorts, stouts and slims.' Extra Special! White Flannel Trousers, $6'50 Hecht Bbos. 53-57 W. 14th St., near 6th Ave. 6 SPI RIN SAY "BAYER" when you buy Aspirin. Unless you see name "Bayer" on tablets, you are not getting the genuine Bayer product prescribed by physi cians over 22 years and proved safe by millions for Colds Headache Rheumatism Toothache Neuralgia Neuritis Earache Lumbago Pain, Pain Accept only "Bayer" package which contains proper directions. Handy "Barer" boxes of 12 tablets Also bottles of 1 and 100 DruRfiists. Aipirln Is the trad, mark of llijtr Manufacture of Monoieetlcaclastcr of ballcjllcacld Sunday World Wants Work Monday Mornihg Wonders v 4 ! laaqaa