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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1921.
i ARMS CONFERENCE LAUDED N ND ANA BY REPUBLICANS Convention Is Silent, How ever, on Four-Power Treaty Harding Praised. INDIANArOMS, Ind., Mny 26. Adoption of n. platform cotnmcndlnc tho Republican National and State Administrations and tho rcnomlnatlon of present officials as tho party's State ticket at the November election marked the closing session hero of the Republican Stato Convention. Coming as a surprise was the plat form plank favoring abolishment o the State Public Service Commission, or amendment of the Commission Law so as "to make It rosponslvo to the people's welfare." Vain lait-mlnute c. in.iUt br Gov. JIlC..;- and other State offi cials to keep tho plsnk from golnq before the convention. The Gover nor's conference with tho Platform Committee won .wlthdiawal of Us plank for repeal of the Stato Tax Board's authority o rr bond Issues by local municipalities. Indorsement of the National Ad ministration Included declaration' that the Washlnston Confcicnce on Arma ments icsultcd In "the gicatcst single move ever made towatd tho end of all war." There was no npeclflc loterence, however, to the four-ponor Pacific Treaty, out of defcrenco to Albert J. Beverldgo, who recently defeated Senator Harry S. New, President Harding's close friend, for tho Sena torial nomination. Bcveridgo made no reference tto the Arms Conference or to tho foiir-prinor part, although thcro was a demand from Republican papers for somo cxpicssion from htm on tho subject. HEARST BEGINS ORGANIZING iTAXI MEN AND CHAUFFEURS. i . - Pahlli cltn1 TrnrlK-r llrniln Xrrr rnlllh-nl Inlt !,n Ciiniilln and 11 Inn I'onfrr. Th proeffs of stirring up ."ntimnt for William Ttnnilolph Hearst for Gov ernor, which has been tiniW Way for week's In tip-Stale citi', han, with Hearst's depnrtuio for Kuropc, taken active form in this city. Appaicntly tho first niganlzatlon started by the Hearst brpiiIh Is the "Hearst I-coru of New York Tal Drivers ami Chauffeurs," with head quarters at No. 151 Nassau StiTt, which carrleu on Its citeular the fol lowing: "William n. Hearst Is of the. people, for the peopto and by the people." The President of thn oruanlZHtlon I .ouls A. l.aznrus, a teacher In Public School No. 17 and a member of the bar Lazarus has helped organizo political societies to aid Mayor llylan. P. H. La Guardla, recently spoken of as an Independent candidate for Gov ernor, who would split tho Republican vote and Insure the election of Hearot. called yesterday on Mayor Hylan Neither would tell what was dlscussod. "We spoke about tho weather," said La Ouardla on lealne the Mayor's offl,cc. Malhilde McCormick's Father Appointed Her Guardian; Can Decide Her Marriage to Swiss -t Named at Girl's Request, the Proceeding1 Fa cilitates Wedding to Max Oser or Offers Way to Prevent It. W 1,200 WAITKnS WILL STItllCIJ. Twelve hundred members of Ixicnl No. 1 of the Walters' Union will strike Juno 1 because union officials fulled to reach an agreement with tho Restau rant Keepers' -Association In a otormy electing which lasted most of jester- day. Union officials estimated more than 700 restaurants on tho cast side and In Harlem will bo affected. oo ROUND TRIP Washington OR Baltimore SUNDAY, JUNE 4 SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES EuUrra Standard Tim Nw York lPnn Su.) 12.10 4 Stopping at Newark, Elizabeth and New Brunswick Arrlres Baltimore 4.55 A. M. " Washington 5.55 A. M. Returning Leares Washington l.JStt Baltimore - - 5.3514 TicliU Miila ftUtt KKtJini iicutims tsr buiii.au excursion, Wundar. June 18. Pennsylvania fU Ittot 1 tlx Im4wi UaitiJ Safe Milk For mf&nU & laralidi MO COOKINQ h "Food Drink" for All Ages. Ijulck Lunch at Home, Office, and ISoontUU. AthforHORUCKS. CHlCUrso, Stay 26. Harold F. McCormlck, millionaire hend of tho International Harvester Company, has been made lcjrnl cuardlan of his daiiBhtcr Mathllile, seventeen yrars old, Ktnnddmurhter of John D. Rocke feller. Mr. McCormlck was nppolntel by Judge Paul Corkoll of tho Pro bate Court on the petition of the ftirl herself. Strenuous efforts to keep the ap pointment secret wero made, appa rently because of the direct bearing of tho move on tho forthcoming mar riage of Mathlldo to Max Oscr, Swiss horseman of Zurich, whoso engage ment to the Rhi ntartlcd American society when It woa nnnounced seve ral months ago. ' Tho proceedings cither remove the last barrier to the marriage or pave the way for a graceful retirement from tho engagement by Miss Mc Cormlck. I'ntler the Swiss laws a minor child may not marry unless she obtains the consent of both her parents, and In tho event of death or separation tho consent of a legal guardian must be obtained. Thus the Swiss law complicated matters for Mathllde, who Is not eighteen years old. When Harold V. and Kdlth Rocke feller McCormlck weio divorced some months ago, the decree waa.such that It left to the three children, Muriel, Mathllde and Harold F. Jr., known as Fowler, their own choice as to which parent they wished to live with. All choso to llvo with their father, but Mies Mathllde, being a minor, could not make a choice. Moreover, to-day's appolntmenf makes Mr, McCormlck legally more than a father a guardian; one whose word In the affairs of a minor ohlld supersedes even the word of a parent, if Mathllde Is to marry Oscr she must have a guardian who will con sent to the alliance, or If sho hhould wish to break the engagement the guardian could forbid the marriage at least until her majority. Friends who know Mr. McCor mick's attitude have repeatedly stated that Mathllde'a wishes rule with him. Klthcr It la her wish, say her friends, to marry the Swiss some time before her eighteenth birthday, on April 8 next, or her several months' sojourn In American society has caused her to ohnngo her mlnd.v Tho petition reveals that Miss Mc Cormlck in her own right Is not wealthy. She Mated her whole per sonal property nmounted to only flO.OOO. This, she set forth, was In stocks, bonds und other securities. LA RlMtntV ItKI'IlBRIMiTS CITY l Mil' OVKH IMIOPKHTY. At an adjourned meeting of tho com missioners in the condemnation pro ceedings by the city to acquire own ership of the property of ths Citizens' Water Supply Company of Queens to day, r H. Ln Guardia, former Pres ident of the Hoard of Aldermen, an nounced that he had been retained to reprc&ent the city. Ho took the place of Assistant Corporation Counsel j. A. Stoors and began by objecting to the acceptam e of deeds and blue prints offeied hy the company to show Its ownership. He demanded a survey of all the property. His objections were overruled. These Offerings Also at NEWARK STORE . Broad Sired ifc M'csl Park These Offerings Also at BROOKLYN STORE Fulton Street Near Hoyt West 34th Street Thru to 35th Street Fibre Tuxedo Sweaters Heavy Fancy Weaves--All Colors Tailored Dimity Blouses For the Suit or Sweater Sizes 36-44 $ 10 Value to $15.00 Also Dotted Swiss $1 .98 Wry extraordinary holiday allies in fine quality pure silk fibre Tuxedo coat sweaters. Various novelty weaves lo select from braided silk girdles with tassels. Orchid, Jiuff, White, Navy, .Black, etc. Compare! Irish Lace Edge Cool, prisp, blouses of White and tinted Dimities, with Gingham and colored collars and cuffs. Tailored models with plaited fronts, and sports types with I'cter Pan collars and collegiate ties. Gay New Summer Frocks for the Holidays Glorious, Brand-New, One and Two of a Kind Models That Portray Everything That Is New and Different for Summer Styles Adorable party frocks with f lutings and shir-rings, rib bons and gay corsages. Long-line sport types with new collars and sleeves; sashes and buttons, "and laces that are "different." In All the Newest Colors fFTyl Presented in X k 'DS jj l Women & Misses j Daintiest Fabrics Gingham Dotted Swiss Organdy Voiles Linen Ratine Combinations Specially Priced Novelty Jewelry and Bags Pearl Necklaces Specially Priced $2 95 Composed ot specially selected graduated indestructible bends of rare beauty. 21 inches loni.'. 10 kt. spring rinj Pendant Earrings Wonder-Values $ Fascinatingly beautiful, long pendant effects. Colorful Oriental patterns as well as sim pler styles. I Nove! Low Priced ty Necklaces $J.95 Ecrase Bags Special Value $J.95 Antique Green and Oxidized fin- ,.,i,tv has fined nith poil-r with I nfi l i H1 mcUIS' I'-el. m'rror and chinB pur,-. ffitfiS' AiraaSd I W atyles ot fine Moire stone. 1 Silks and leathen. Special Van Raaltc Glove Silk and Net Silk Hosicru. $1.05 Or kin's SifiSfama 940 STREET JBtoaduau On Sale Saturday Summer Fashions Specially Priced for Decoration Day THOSE WHO ARE CHOOSING NEW APPAREL FOR DECORA TION DAY AND SUMMER-LONG WEAR WILL WELCOME THIS EVENT. THE MERCHANDISE OFFERED IS BRAND NEW AND FASHIONABLE AND HAS JUST COME INTO THE STORE. TIMELY AND LARGE-QUANTITY PURCHASES HAVE ENABLED US TO MARK THE EXTREMELY LOW PRICES NOTED -BELOW. New High-Cost Silk Dresses Advantageously Purchased from a Leading Manufacturer These stunning frocks, suitable for the formal affairs of summer, afford a striking opportunity for great savings. They arc fashioned of canton crepe and satin-faced canton, some encrusted with beautiful beads, others handsomely silk cmbroidcrcd. There arc a number of very dis-.. tinctivc two-piece models consisting of frock with matching cape. 38.00 Values to 89.50 New Silk Dresses for Misses 15.00 In this collection arc shown the very newest summer models for street, afternoon and sports wear. Plaitings, beads embroidery, panels and drapings arc effectively used. Materials are Canton Crepe, Georgette Crepe and printed Crepe dc Chine. In light and dark shades. Women's sizes also included. Values to 29.75 New Silk Sports Skirts Exquisite indeed are the new sport silks given to us by Fashion's 1922 looms. In these new models white Roshanara Crepe forms a striking background for satin woven boxes or stripes in white, orchid, tan or black. 10.75 Values to 22.50 Baronette Satin Skjrts, 5.00 New Canton Crepe Capes Is there anything more necessary (or more attrac tive) lor summer wear than a cape ot lashipjiable Special at Canton Crepe, with smart lur or self collar, silk a frinee border, and handsomely lined with neutral su I Ml I or vividlv contrasting silk ? -- VP Broadcloth Silk Blouses Values to 12.50 4.85 The smartest of tailored sports blouses with Peter Pan, Tuxedo or convertible collar, in rose, bisque, orchid and vari-colored pin stripes. New Bathing Suits Special at 3.95 Smart black surf-satin suits or two piece jerseys in black, purple, orown or saxon blue with con- trasting borders. AH sizes. ADVERTISEMENTS FOR THE SUNDAY WORLD REAL ESTATE SECTION MUST BE IN THE WORLD OFFICE BEFORE FRIDAY CIRCULATION OVER 600,000 II