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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 11, 1922.
to IT' I SIDEWALKS OF N .Y. COVER VAULTS THAT BIG REVENU E Stores, Storage Houses ancj Restaurants Get Free Rent From City. Vh) the city has pursued policy of allowing permit for million of quoro foet of vault under sidewalks for a tnero nominal charge Is a Ques tion which haa been brought up In the Commlttoa or the Whole of the Board or Estimate and Into which John A. McCollum, Assistant Englpccr and Chief of the Division of Fran ehUes, is making an Inquiry. Under an old city ordinance which apparently only the Board of Alder men has power to change, the city re quires only an Initial payment vary ing from 10 cents to $2 a square foot for Tault apace. No further charges are made. On Broadway alone, It Is estimated, here aro about 500,000 square feet of vault spaca, and vast areas on a boat of other business and residential streets. Oreat parts of this vault space are vsed for storage; othor largo parta fer business purposes, as, for ex ample, restaurants, barber shops and underground stores. It Is often lm Baaascly valuable spi.ee. "Whether the city may legally bangs the conditions of existing per salts Is a moot question still to be determined. The proposal being dis cussed Is the laying out of a now dty policy, to bo applied to vault privileges given In the future. This may take the eventual form of a limited privilege given only for a certain number of years and the some proportion to the assessed value annual charges for vvhloh will bear of the land. WOMAN, 90 YEARS OLD, IS REPORTED MISSING Disappeared From Tlnme In Q.neen l.mMt Monday. A general alarm was sent out last night by the Ml.',ln Persons' Bureau at Police Headqpartera for Mrs. Chris Una Miller, ninety, of Myrtle Avenue, Queens, who-has been missing from her home since Monday morning. Mrs. MDler is described as being 4 feet 8 Inches tall, weighing 125 pounds and having brown eyes and gray hair. When last seen she was wearing a Mack hat. a black and White dress and black shoes and stockinet. ""MOTHERS of the Vy landwhen thy child returned hungry from ' the House of Learning, provide thou the date for him lest thy coveted jam diminish as water during a drought.'' Tat Wits Man of At Sou Dromedary Dates lOt IN THE PERSONAL PACKAGE Harvard Honors 41 Law Students; Five Are From New York Schools Thirty-Ono Colleges Represented on List of Awards of Scholarships. CAMBRIDGE. Mass.. Oct. 11. Thtrty-ono colleges aro represented by the forty-ono Harvard Law Bchool students who received prizes or schol arships yesterday, threo having re ceived their degrees from tho College of the City of New York and 'two from New York University. The bet tor prizes and scholarships were not won by Harvard men, only four out of the forty-ono being Harvard grad uates. Among those receiving degrees two are graduates of the University of Minnesota, two from Johns Hop kins and two from Mount Union Col lege. The four men chosen for the coveted Ben re Prizes of 400 each, awarded for the most brilliant work done In the Law School entirely Irrespective of tho flnuncln! means of the candidates arc Sumuel H. Maslon of Minneapolis (University of Minnesota): Jnims Mount Nlrely of Muncln. Inrf.. (Unl. vcrslty of Chicago); Itogcr S. Foster of Ht. Paul (Yolo), nnd Wnrrcn S. Ego of Omaha (Dartmouth). Charles S. Hedden of Newark,. J.. (Wesleynn 19) has been awarded tin Fay scholarship ; Malcolm P. Hliarp of Madison, Wis., (Amherst '18), tho Fisher .scholarship; N. It. Margold of Brooklyn (Collcgo of the City of Now York '19), tho Langdetl scholarship; Milton 1". Newcomer of Alienee, O.. (Mount Union '20), the JenkJ scholar ship, and O. K. Pattbn, a graduate law student from Iowa City, la., (University of Iowa 'IS), a Research scholarship. Emmons scholarships have been as signed to Charles L. Nichols ot Bre vard, N. C. (University of North Car olina ,22), and 15. Wiltshire of nich mond. Va. (University of Virginia '19), to enable them to do graduate work In tho study of law. T. F. T. Plucknett of Stafford, England (Uni versity of London '!), a special stu dent In tho Law School, who tost year held the ChoaU Fellowship, has been selected to hold tho Pugslcy scholar ship. Twcnty-nlno Law School men, members of tho second and third-year classes, havo been awarded Faculty scholarships, as follows: 12. Bcrman, Lcwiston, Me. (Bow doln '20). II. F. Blrnbaum, Denver (Univer sity of Colorado '20). K. Chambers. Boonevtlla, Mo. (Uni versity of Missouri, '1. V. 0. Cohn, Memphis, Tcnn. (Uni versity of Wisconsin, '20). F. C. Cronklto, Centrevlllo, New Brunswick (University of Now Bruns wick, '16). W. S. Crouse, Brooklyn (Princeton, '20). W. M. Driver Jr., Oovans, Md. (Johns Hopkins, '20). It. 13. Kckstcln, Norwood, N. J. (Harvard, '20). E. Feldman, Plltsflcld (New York University). A. T. Ueorge, San Jose, Cal. (Le land Stanford, '20). T. P. Mclmey, Onrretson, 8. D. (University of Minnesota, '21). W. Hoffman, Stego, Cal. (Univer sity of California. '20). B. A. Jenokes, Providenos (Brown, 8. J. Lance, Brooklyn (Collcgo of tho City of New York. 'ioj. J. H. Lcwan, Parkton, Md. (Johns Hopkins, '20). P. D. Miller, E. Ohio, Ind. (North western, '21). D. E. Llllenthal, Wlnamao, Ind. (Do Pauw, '20). A. W. Mitchell, Worcester (Clark, '18). It. E. Newcomer, Alliance, O. (Mt. Union, 20). A. A. Owen, Chicago (Chicago, E.' L. Rosllng, Seattle (University of Washington, '20). G. B. Scarls, Adams, Mass. (Will lams. '21). E. 8. 811ver, Brooklyn (Collego or the City of New York, '20). B. I. Sperling, Wllkes-Barre, Pa. (Harvard, 21). M. L. Stolz, Syracuse (Harvard, '20) "ill L. Swett, Portland, Ore. (Reed, 20). ' J. Welnsteln, Fort Loo, N. J. (New York University, '21). H. L. Wlngcrt, Mt. Carroll, 111. (Bclolt, '19). J. M. Wood, Brooklyn (Harvard, 21). The Clioate Fellowship, established COLUMBUS DAY SPECIAL FEATURES AT JAMAICA RACES $5,000 Interborourh Handicap the Columbus Day Handicap Golden Kod Purse ANT) S OTHER SUPERD CONTESTS v JTIIIBT HACK AT ZJO 1 H. SPECIAL RACE TRAINS THURS DAY Inv lenn. Station. 334 St. and Tth Av.. alM Flatbuih Av Drookljrn, at lt.00, 11.45, 1.00, 1.15, 1.30, 1.40, 1.5J r. M. tiptctal ran reiwrvrd for Ladle.. RetuUr train, leaving 1'erm. 8tatlon at 2.00 and Klatbuih Av. at S OS P.M. top at eourw. Alto rachd by Lax. Av. "L" to 100th St., Ja maica, thence by troll.jr. GUAM) STAND t3.SS, Blue-lay . to your druggist The atmpletf way to end a corn is Blue-jay. A touch topi the pain iniUntly. Then the corn looiena and comes . cut. Made in a colorleis clear liquid (one drop does ! it I) and in extra thin plas ters. The action is the same. W: ,4T. IT mi m am mj& 4 ,11 Q fifUiJlemM 4& STREET J3voaduay Thursday Columbus Day) COATS $56.00 $88.00. The $?S.oo model is Or mandale with Platinum Wolf collar and cuffs; at $55oo Panvelaine with deep border and collar of black Caracul; at $38.00 Velinette with Caracul collar. $78.00 Unsurpassed in Styling, Workmanship and Value 3$ $55 $78 These prices are not to be dupli cated elsewhere for coats of equal high character pVERY smart silhouette upon which the fashion able woman has bestowed her favor, every chic style thought that comes from Paris, may be found in this distinguished collection. Velvety fabrics Fash ona, Ormanda'.e Velinetto and Panvelaine, furred with Platinum Wolf, Squirrel and Caracul, all fashl ioned in an expert manner. ' SALE ON FOURTH FLOOR OltklN'S $14.75 New Cloth and Silk Dresses for Street and Afternoon Wear Offer Amazing Values at 14.75 - 24.00 AT EACH of theso prices we present dresses that are truly exceptional, both in styling and quality. They must be seen to fully appreciate their smart lines and care fu fashioning. For every occasion, from morn to night, there- li a style to suit your particular self at a price to fit the economical purie. Materials include Canton, Crepe, Chiffon Velvet, Poiret Twill and Silk Matclasse, SALE ON SECOND AND THIRD FLOORS ORKIN'S $24.00 Three Columbus Day Specials Crepe de Chine Chemises Values to 3.95 2.95 A remarkable purchase of beautiful tailored or Ucey models, adorned with pln-tucklng, real Filet Inser tions and edgings, and two-tone ribbon straps, Imported Suede Fabric Gloves Values to 1.B0 69c They bear tho namp of a world famous maker. Long Mouequetalr, BtrapWrUt fauntletq and two-elasp glqyea n all the new Autumn colors. Pure Silk Thread Hosiery j Values 1.95 1.15 Full-fftihlonfrl hois, perfect but (or a flight mliwonvQ that docs not affect their quality. LUlo garter taps and high spliced heels. New colors and black. by ttia Harvard Club of New York in memory or the late Jfoaeph II. Choate, to be awarded each year to a British Hubjoot nominated by the Vlca Chan cellor of the University of Cambrldg-e, Is to bo held this year by O. II. Out terldge of Malvern England, who la enrolled In tho Harvard Graduate School of Aria and Sciences. In the Engineering Bolioot, the Henntn Jennlnrs scholarship roes to V. N. Krlvobok of Poltava, Ilusita, a graduate student In metallurgy) tho Eveleth scholarship to N, Babiay of Cambridge; the Searle scholarship to H. M. Oault of Boston. Other scholarships In the univer sity havo been assigned as follows; an Austin scholarship forkchers to T. W. Bheshan of PeabodJMoss., e. second-year student In thechool of Education) an Austin chkrahlp In Landscape Architecture f c. P. Witts of Irving-ton, N. J.; bk Uni versity echolarshlp to J. HFlttlm mons of Denver, a memb of the School of Landscape Archllturo. Special Values Tomorrow See tomorrow morning's advertise ment in the Times and World for worth-while values in women's, misses' and children's apparel. jFlat Crepe 4.50 yd. Unless you've seen this delightful fabric you cannot picture its. quality, almost like a faille yet softer, and finer. One of the loveliest silks. 40 inches wide. Chiffon Velvet Colors to suit any taste, the fabric to fashion beauti ful evening and afternoon gowns. 40 inches wide. 5.50 and 7.50 yard Crepe de Chine A good dura ble quality in many colors for fall. 40 inches wide. $2.50 yard. Satin Charmeuse You will find a range of colors in this excellent qual ity. 40 inches wide. $1.95 yard. OROUMD FLOOR Unusual Values in Novelty Ribbons Of 'Beautiful Color and Design Ribbons of all widths for every use and this is becoming more and more of a ribbon season in colors gay and bold, woven with silver or gold threads, or brocaded in most effective fashion. All of these are marked at .most mod erate prices, offering you values you will find it hard to equal elsewhere. nc- Yard Fancy ribbon in gay patterns, all-silk or combined with metal. -Much used for trimming. Three-quarters and .one inch wide. Qe?- Yard, qJ4 inches wide A superior quality of novelty ribbons; 7 inches wide, $1.25. 9 inches wide, equally lovely quality, 1.65. Yard Persian metal ribbons in fancy color combinations. 2 inches wide. 65c &.50 Yard Vide Persian and brocaded ribbons, black and gold or silver and color combina tions. Velvet brocades, too, in light and dark colors. 9 to nj inches wide. OROUND FLOOR cf Special Selling Mercerized French Batiste 50c yd. Highly mercerized, very fine and sheer, an imported batiste. 45 inches wide. Long Cloth, 1.95 Bolt An exceptional value and one we cannot hope to equal at such a price. 36 inches wide. 10 yards to a piece. c4 Recent Importation Wool Tweeds 2.45 yd. Stripes can do the most surprising and effective things to tweeds, as you realize when you see this collection of tweeds from England and Scotland. There are charming colors to make sports skirts or suits. 54 inches wide. SECOND FLOOR Lord & Taylor FIFTH AVENUE 3) 5 Connoisseurs of Glove Values Will Appreciate This Sale of Women's Imported Real Kid PULL - ON GLOVES FOR $ 1.84 Pique sewn, with gusset, strap and clasp at wrist. Paris Point, on the back. In tan, brown, gray, beaver, black and white. Haln Zloor, Center, Bra4irr St HERALD SQUARE t&SO. & NEW YORK Pain Stops Instantly ' ir.t aai Ji S3BI