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RDER TO END COAL FAMINE HERE IS ISSOED
To-Nlflhf. Weather RAIN AND WARMER. To-Morrow'j Weather RAIN AND WARMEIt. EDITION EDITION 1 1 M. 11.1 . i j i - ' - " Circulation Books Open to All." 'Circulation JJooks Open to All." VOL. LXIII. NO. 22,224 DAILY. Ct.jrlglil (Nft Vork Worlil) Press I'uhllklilnz Company, IMS NEW YORK, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1922. Cnt.rril Srrnncl-f'ta'i Matter font (irrtrn. New Wk, .V. V. PRICE THREE CENTS HWML MMML litem Ilk IE, 4 Two Members TWO MEMBERS OF DM SHOT ON WAY TO SESSION: HAD JUST TIEN OATH OF ALLEGIANCE Deputies Had Just Left Fired Upon Guard Returns Fire Insur ' gents Capture Barracks, Kill One, Wound 15, Capture 90, Later Released. DUBLIN, Dec. 7 (.Associated Press). President Cosgrave announced fto tho Parliament this afternoon that land killed nnd Deputy Patrick O'Maillo, .wounded while they were on their way The two victims ot the shooting ' -1- .1... .. .-linn il..,, nm ntlnnL-ml with revolvers aiuub UiU iiuujg ulu ., v Deputy Speaker O'Malllc's wound The deputies were attacked just ns" they were leaving tho Ormand Hotel for Parliament. A lorry load of British soldiers, arrhlng on the scene, openvd fire on (lie deputies.' rtssallantK lio were M.-alt red jiuil puraucd. It is not Known wlntthr any of the attacking putty were In jured. When thv shooting began. Hule.i and O'Maille entered ii cart, ordering the drivel to move on, which he illil. taking hem to the .Icrvla street bIospltal. Hales died almoM nt the 'moment of rnterlng the luu.pit.-il Dcpu'y O'Maille, who holds the krank of lirlgadler General In the Free llJtiitc Army. o wounded In the bend 7nd one nrni He hai- a brother who lis a stronc Republican. After President t'osgravo a an- Inouncement Minister of Defense Mul- cahy roso and said: "Theso men did not liavo a priest. Jnor wcrr ihey asked if they would sue Ithelr relatives." All thf members ol the Parliament 3 rose aa a mark of sympathy. Theso ire the first nctn of violence reported during tho inauguialloii ol rthe Freo State Government. O'Madle was elected Deputy Speaker tot the Pad. or lower house 01 inn rFreo State Parliament, at yesterd.'O 's session, when the members, took 'heir Eoath of allegiance. Hales M? returned from imn tCork In t lie last Parliamentary cieo- Ittons. running a3 a pro-treaty cnntlt- Ldato on the. panel ticket l'amed uy I tho opposing faetlous. CORK, Dee. 7 (Associated, I'rcss). F a powerful bomb was thrown at a ; military car this afternoon. Tito mls t Bile did not reach Its mark but c.x- t'ploded nearby, wounding two men nnd r two women. Tho bomb thrower es- ; caped. Two hundred rebels taptureti tho barracks at Dallymalcecra. near Mac- room, yesterday, killing ono man and f wounding fifteen. Tho attack took J place at almost tho samo tlmo that tho deputies of the new Irish Freo 5-State wore being sworn In at Dublin The rebels took ninety prisoners ilncludlng Commandant Moouey. rifle a. fight lasting seernl hours, but le i leased them after taking all then equipment. The fight was tho fiercest yet re- ! ported In County Cork. Heforo ad vancing on tho barracks (ho" Irrcgu- Llars captured an armored car at Dra.i- Idon which they used, together with (Continued on Twentieth Page.) CONGRESSIONAL MEDAL FOR 69TH HERO COLONEL nonoT.n CI led for Ilrntrrr "AIiiito nnd tleynml fall itt l)n(." Co!. Wllllani J. Donovan, who enm--r.anded the 163th I"nlte,i states In fantry (the old C5th) during the war, rnd who was tho Republican eandldnte for Lieut. Governor at the lust eliTtluii. hm hprtl nwnrile.l 41, r j ! uiibiLnsiuiiai I Medal of Honor for conspicuous bravery I n the war "abovo and beyond the call at duty ' Announcement nf tho r.i $M Just been nmdo by tho War De partment. me pru-emaiiuii vi mo mcaai win take plac at the 60th Regiment Ar rery at a data to be decided later. MaJ. Gen Robert Uee Dullard, will. In 11 probabilliy. make tho presentation. Col Donovan also holds the Dlstln- rulahed Sen-lee Cress, DlflliiKuUhe.il Service Medal. Iclon of Honor. Croix Guerre with palm, (fold nnd silver Inr Psllan ar Cros ind n.-lt-lsn p'ar . rota Hotel for Session When Deputy Sean Hales had been shot who wa3 Deputy Speaker, had been to tho Parliament session were on n Jaunting car proceeding -- Is serious. SET BEGKER TRIAL 11 His Accomplice, Norkin, lo Face Jury Following Week in Bronx Court. The trial of Aluaham llcckcr for the murder of his wife, Jennie, whoso body was burled In tho yard about tho automobile repair shop of Reuben Norkin, ono of IiIh Intlmato friends was to-day set for Monday next. Norkin, also indicted for murder In tho first degree for his confessed par tlcipatlon In tho crime, will bo brought to trial the Monday following, Dec. IS. Charles V. Halloy and Alexander Maypcr, counsel assigned to Becker by tho court, bought In every way to day to Induce Judgo Glbbs of tho Hronx County Court to grant their client more time, but .ludso Gibbs wm obviously Impatient of any delays James Sheridan, nsslgued ns counsel to Norkin, asked that tho trial of his client bo tot before Jan. 1. Decker's counsel Intimated that they would ask for a chango of vcr.uo In his behalf, saying that no stops h?d been taken by my ono to safeguarj nls in tcrests. They asked Judge tilths to appoint an alienist to examine bin both tho crlmo and the disposal i ' body being abnormal. Tho coui i re. fused to do tin... refusing also U .rant an adjournment until Thursday lo permit Becker to bo Inspected by an alienist for tho defense. MrJ Maypcr called tho attention of th court lo tho fact that when Mc- Klnley was assassinated and when Mayor Gaynur way shot careful f.x , umlnatlon was mads us to tho oanlty of tho prisoners In thuso cases. But Judgo Glbbs was not to bo Moved from his decision. Ho declared that tho caso of Becker must como to trial at oncu and that It ehould bo dis posed of In a week at tho longest. Picas of not guilty wero entered to day for both Becker and Norkin. Tho demeanor of tho two men in court to day was markedly different. Becker waa very nervous, glancing about him constantly. Norkin was apparently In different to everything going on about him. Every precaution Is being takcu to prevent either prisoner Injuring him self. Uvcn tho shoelaces of Becker and Norkin have been taken away for fear they might seek to hang themselves. Wooden rating utensils arc given to them at meal lime. SNOW STORM HITS CITY, BUT RAIN WILL FOLLOW To-morrow a Wet liny Ton, llnl Willi Itlalnif Temperature. "Umbrellas," said James H. Sfarr the weather forecuster, at 1.54 o'clock this afternoon, "are Indicated." It waa snowintt then, but Mr. Scarr asserted the precipitation would not last long In that form. "It will bo raining before nlcht," he said, "and it's likely to keep on rain Inn all night and nil clay to-morrow, with rlMner trmperntur'. "l'h -i. favos t oal ' PIT MURDER FOR NEXT MONDAY of Irish pfLSf! SHOTS FIRED IN FIGHT SS I OF POLICE WITH ROBBERS IN lluulo i imouiii Suggestion Made She May Be Hiding Nearby, Dis , guised as Man. "SEEN" IN MANY PLACES No Actual Trace Found Since She Broke Jail Tuesday Morning. HAN DIEGO, Cul., Dec. 7. Re ports that Mrs. piara Phillips, 1os Angelea hammer slayer, had been seen In Tla .Tuana, Mexico, yesterday. and that thorrj waa possibility that she had taken retuge In a cabin be lieved to bo owned by Ed. T. (Gold Tooth) Johnson, near Point of Rocks, on the ocean, proved falso to-day after Investigation by Sheriff William Tracger of Los Angeles, and posse. LOS ANGELES, Dec. 7. Tho fall- uro of the Sheriff's posso to locate Mrs. Cl.ira Phillips, escaped slayer ol Mrs. Alberta Meadows, at tho resort of "Gold Tooth" Johnson, near Tlx Juana, left the authorities without i tlnglo clue to follow. Tho possibility wna then presented to tho authorities 'that Mrs. Phillips had slipped out of her woman's gar ments and put on tho clothing of a boy. With her hair cut short a woman of her faco and figure, es pecially If her faco wero binudgcd like that of an automobile mechanic, could move freely in .my community In which she was not Intimately known. Shu could cross Into Mexico and live Indefinitely among Americans of a typo not inclined to bo curious about each other's past life. Tho Shcrlff'3 olTico announced early to-day It had received n telegram from Sheriff Pinroek nt Ogdcn, Utah, slat ing ho was positive Mrs. Phillips wa.i aboard n train which passed through Ogden shortly after midnight. That train and ono other were tcarched at Laramie, Wyo., but no ono answering tho description of Mrs Phillips waa found. The Laramlo police who made tho search also ques tioned members of tho train crow without learning anything of Mrs. Phillips's whereabouts. It had been reported from other sources also that sho nnd a "blond" friend boarded tho train at Long Bench, Cal., and throughout tho trip had kept to their stateroom. It id.so was declared the women wero travel ling on tickets reading fiom Long Beach. Cat., to Baltimore. Md. Other reports reaching tho Sheriff's otUco camo from Omaha, whero It waa raid pollco otllcers believed Mrs. Phil hi a had been seen last night on a train bound for Chicago, but It was said this was imposslblo "unless sho had fled In an airplane." With tho hour ot her cscapo tenta tlvely Uxed at about 2 o'clock Tues day morning, thu local officers ex plained they found It hard to bcllcvo Mm could havo reached Oiuulia by Wednesday night. Tho (search had widened tn dn un til it cmbiuccd nearly cvoi pan of (Continued on Twentieth Paje ) TURKS ANNOUNCE ALL CONSULATES OF "ENEMY POWERS" MUST GET OUT MrnnliiK of rtloit o( f Irar, lift Mllen Are Teelinlenll,- nt AVnr A II h Them. ANGORA, Dec. 7 (Associated Press) The Turkish Nationalist Govern ment, It was announced to-day. has decided that It cannot accept the con tlnuanco In Turkey i,' the Consulates or Post Olllecx of any power at wa with Turke . Ii is not ilea i to whom this action of Turkey applies. Uroceo la still at war with Turkey and technically the Entente Powers arc still In a state of war with tho Turkish Government. A treaty making poaco between Turkey nnd the Entente was signed at Sevres in 1920. but it has never been ratified. Tho present Iusnnno Conference was called primarily to make peace between Turkey nnd Greeco and Turkey and tho Allied Powers. The I'mtpd State- never declared Parliament Shot on Way to 59TH SI. JEWELRY HOLD-UP Bullets Fly in Crowded Street After Highwayman Shoots Storekeeper. ESCAPE OVER ROOFS. Shot Goes Through Ser geant's Overcoat as Three Robbers Flee. West 6Dth Street along the front of Roosevelt Hospital 'rang with pistol Bhots at .945" o'clock this morning in an effort to stop highwaymen who had shot Benjamin Bernstein, a Jeweller at No. 403 West D3th Street, two doors from Ninth Avenue. The street was crowded nnd though soven shots were fired tho only bullet which found n, mark was ono which went sldowlso through tho pocket of the overcoat of Scrgt. Richard O'Flahcr- ly lipping through his' .memorandum. look. Tho shooting of tho Jeweller, whose homo Is at No. 1202 6uth Street, Broklyn, wan aprarcntly uninten tional. Two young men, dressed In tun overcoats and pcatl gray sott hats, entered tho store and pointed through a case at somo cheap Jewelry they wished lo examine. As the Jew eller stooped over tho case, an auto matic pistol was tlirust against bis bicast mid ono of tho men, both cr whom were nervous, shnUy-voiceU uml wild-eyed, said to blni, "Get bacU there and put up your Imnds!" At tho samo moment tho weapon was discharged. Bernstein, who wa-, ttruck a glancing wound aero-js the abdomen, fell backwards yelling "I'o llco!" at tho top of hla voice. Tho two men, apparently fiightenr l by tho shot, ran out of the Moio nnd undo for a taxlcab which wan (stand ing at thu curb. Other vehicles had moved up in front and behind II. Vlto Moron, a barber from tin; nlmp ut tho coiner, mil to tho door of the cab and opened it, but fell back wln:u a revolver was thrust. In hl face. Three men Jumped out and jiejin. rated, ono going west nnd another cast, running recklessly through the busy taflle of Ninth Avenue. Tiv: third was not traced. Scrgt. O'Plahcrty camo up tho ave nuo on tho run and a score of persons pointed out a yellow-coated II.,' ure making toward tho Hudson, looking bark over his shoulder. O'Klaberly reached for his pistol and tho man halted and tired a shot which came within Inches of lntllct itis; u seilous wound. U'Kluherty ictuun.d the shot nnd kept on running. Mean it bile, ,i neighbor of Bernstein had telephoned to thr West CSth Stmt Station, wb.ie Motorcycle Poller man Werner hnppencd to be astride uf hlb machine at the cuib. Wonrr wa.j M'lit Uiiik (nt vuii (Continued on 1'iftli P.igr t BIKE SCORES 85TH HOUR. Miles Laps Goullet-Belloni . 1507 6 Brocco-Coburn 1507 fi Eon-Eaton 1507 b Grenda-McNamarn 1507 4 Madden-Kaiser 1507 4 Horan-FiUsimmons .... 1507 't Grimm-Gastman 1507 4 McBeath-Rutt 1507 3 Tayloi -Lands 1507 tl Kopsky-Aini 1507 3 Hill-Vorra 1507 3 Bello-Gaffney 1507 3 Speissens-Eyckman .. 1507 2 Grcmo-Gay 1507 Leader Goullet- ciu'miki) 'Hi ii:tii (in riimii- HO T. James Cotter, twenty-nine, No. 21K3 I'lfth Avenue, a chauffeur for the United Staus Trueklng Corporation, was crushed to death to-day on the Brie ferryboat Goshen. The boat waa about to enter the slip ot Chamber Street when Cotter gut down from a (ho-tou truck in I Marled to crunk It. The (mi k Ht'irt'-I nnd cruh. ,1 him ug'dni-1 Ii " . -Ii aMi vrhlib. GIRL AWARDED $465,000 FOR ALIENATION OF HER HUSBAND'S AFFECTIONS NGS. CHARLES D WOODHOUSE.. II ACCEPTS OFFER Georges Sas Three Rounds Will Be"iinough; Siki. Too Much. PARIS, Dec. 7 (United Ptcss).--Baltllug SiUl, bete nolr o" Parisian boxlngdom, to-day accepted a dial lengo to meat Georges Carpontler In a return battlo for tho world's light heavyweight title. As Slkt lias been disqualified, the bout could not be stuged In the oidl nary way, so Georges defied the bluck to light privut?l, itcilpl--, ir nny, lo go to charily. - This, being convoyed lo Hlki, whofv charges tha fight In which lie wuii'thu Hlle fiom Carpcntier was "Uxed" h i u raised a furore and (intuitu i,, cj:,. nipt (he whole litoiini, '-.tun in France, the Snt 1, i'Uui. It would tight liny plan, and t ,m ' nnie. (t'lillUlllied ,,n -m I'.l. I FROM CARPENTER FOR ANOTHER FIGHT Business Boom Now Under Way Includes Most Basic Industries Coinnicice Dcpaitnicnt Announces October Host Month Since Pobt-Wn: Prosperity Distributors Active, Too. WASHINGTON. Dee. 1 A ginei.il boom I.-, undei wn In uearl (ill in lustrlo.H (digagrd in tin piodiutnm nf tiaslr commoillties, the Department of Cummcicn announced to il;t in ui.tl.lng public production figures for the monUl of Octobei. Cdilput of pig iron, stul .unut, t- i coko, copper, nine, ctmenl, brick, maplo flooring, North Carolina pine, knit underwear and the consumption of cotton, silk and now print papjr wero all groator during Octotj"r than In nny month since 1530, when tha post-artnlstlco boom was at Its height, Correspondlng Increases wero shown l in the activity of all distributive move- men's. Kales by department rtores. rbina stores and mall order home-H j liriic Incrca.-ea jnd f'i 'I, -id, E Jury Returns Verdict, After 40 Hours, Against Her Husband's Parents. . PLAINTIFF POOR GIRL. Testified His Family Snubbed Her and Got Him to Go to Reno. i I H' ISLINGTON, Vt Dec. 7. An uwaid of M63.000 W(ig made to-day by tho Jury which, for moro than forty hours, had deliberated over tho $1,000,000 claim ot Mrs. Dorrlt Stevens Woodhouso ngulnat her wealthy parcnts-nt-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo E. WoodhoilLO of Now Vork t.nd Hits city for tho alienation of tho affections ot her husband, Douglas Woodhouse. Tho plaintiff, datighlrr of a family in modest circumstances who were neighbors ot tliu wealthy Wootlhouscs here, contended -that her parento-nt law had Inspired nnd supported her husbiud in a reparation from bar Unit ltd to his going to Reno to estab lish n rcsldenco ns tho'-Uisls for ft divorce. Sho had been snubbed by them, sho submitted, nnd never had been gUcn adequate recognition, ns th wllo uf their son. Ot tho 165,000 damages awarded, th.. (iirv directed that ilOO.000 be nipsitlcrcd actual damages utid U'Mi as a punltlvo and exemplary clam- m'o award. A small rrowil only was In tho murtroom when tho verdict wan madu kiniwii. Defense counsel matlo a inn. tlun to have It set aside, but argu ments on (lie motion aru not likely until after Christ man. The award was the largest over j.lven In in) alienation suit lu Ver mont. Tho caso had consumed five weeks in bearing. Tho Jury Hint returned the verdict hum .omiioscd laruely ot farmers. During tho long trial, tho p'alntllf luid of her meeting with Dougla-i Woodhouse, son of tho President of tho Merchants National Bank ot this elt v. Ills ardent wnnlnrr md their marriage after ho had gone tu tin army camp 111 101S. Her husband's paienls, ihc said, encouraged hit, attentions to Mis. Lil lian II. Mr.Clellan of Washington, D. C, on whom, documentary evidence showed, he Hiowcrcd attentions and (Continued on Twentieth P.igc ) STRAWBERRIES RIPEN IN JERSEY GARDENS Itn'r in llltinm lit lllwilte, Drop 1 1 r (Kill AVrntlirr. lit VALVI., N. -(., Dee. 7. t.'ditlricrt hi Itivalvo ore Bulns through fre.ik mh stiu of produrllijit, tor tlt'siilif. t ultl weatlii r, tin I r ownen I j-diy .mi entinK fp-sli. ilpt -1 rawl" 1 1 It m :m, rnpliprrli -. I'l.i ill , i. r tin v r In hi In;, 1 1 1, Id .ire till huh n lih fi nit. Kni"-', itntiii3 ind a' r.iMutii nUu 111 ill llliJIIIM of thoio for the corresponding month last year. Tho same Is true of the Wholesale trade, the department ttatos. In creased bank clearings and greater demands for money throughout the country corroborate tho department's estimate of protent tlomestlo condl- Hons. In foreign trade October was the bom month since March, 1521. During the month export- loarhcd $373,000, 091 WOODHOUS AWARDED 465.000 IN ALIENATION SUIT i AMOUNT HARD COAL ORDERED RUS HERE UNTIL ' NEED IS FULLY SUPPLIED Fuel Adminstrator Spens sylvania. Operators to Divert Output to New York at Once to Make Up Deficiency in Anthracite Quota. , (From a Staff Correspondent of The Evening World.) WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. Fuol Administrator Conrad K. Spons lius called on Judge K. W. Parker, Chulrmnn of tho Distribution Committee, to nt oneo Issue instructions to tho Ponnsylvanln operators which will mnke up tho deficiency In tho nnthrnclto utipply for New York City. Tho'shlp mcnlH of nnthrnclto will bo concentrated on Now York City until tho short npu Is ndloved. "Tho shortage of coal In Now York TRAIN DRAGS AUTO TWO BLOCKS, LETS Max Saiulak, Arvernc, Loses Wheels and Radiator, but Not His Life. Mn Siindak rodo two blocks this morning lu mi uulomobllo which had no front wheels, no radiator and no steering poor that would woik. lie dors not yet clearly understand how tho thing was done, nor tloes ho un clurstautl why ho Isn't dead or In a hospital. Sundak, a member of tho firm of Snndak llrothorH, Arvcrno, L. I., tried to drive nn automobile across tho Long Island ltailroad tracks at 77th Street nnd Ilnllrond Avenue, Arvernc, fallliiB to notice tho approach of the 10.20 ex press until It was loo late. 1 1 o could not get across and ho eoiihl not slop. Tho best ho could tlo was to swervo anil try lo parallel tho train, but ho could nut quite clear It. Thu third rail brush box caught In the front whrol ot tho automobile and held on, dragging tho nuto ulongBhlo (ho train for two blocks beforo tho inntoriuail could bring tho train to a slop. All ibis tlmo Snndak was sitting nt tint wh.'fl uf tho auto. Ills outside front wheel was snapped off cs II Jolted along tho roadside. Then tho radiator disappeared, und dually, just an thu train tamo to n grinding halt, tho other rront wheel of tho unto camo off. Afl the niotorm.in, William H 1'lan iiuan of Par Itoehawaj, ran back to the automobile, he saw Sandak climb ing slowly out of tho wrecked car. ,-andal tried his legs and arms anil found them unimpaired, lio felt blni relf nil over and thoro wasn't a w ound. "I'll have to walk home," be ob served, glancing nt his car. DONORS IN PEPPER'S ELECTION TO SENATE GET REFUND OF 10 P C. l-iillllenl PriM-rilriil" llroLrti by lle-,.-liill In II fill II lie mil- All (ihrr lit (Hit HHI. I lllLADKLPIlI A. Dec 7 Pullltcnl clrtlci weie Mirpnscd here (o-day by tho announcement that all contributor's ol Jloo or moro to the campaign fund of Senator Gtorge Wharton Pepper would recelvo a refund of 10 per cent. The entire sum of money contributed not being spent, It was decided to return what was bt, thus shattering all political precedents. Money left over aftf r election was usually held for tho next campaign. Col. Hoh.Tt K. cirndennlng, Ii'iqKci, it is in . in 't of the fund DRIVER OUT UNHURT Session Issues Notice on Penn City Is In tho city's quota or prepared sIzcm of unthmcltc," wild Fuel Admin istrator Hpchs to-day. "New York has licon co. operating lu the (natter of mixing steam coal with prepared bIzcm, but In order to meet tho'clty's 4i u, MVt K'J UlCVlb I.IIO city B ahds, It will bo necessary1 fcjj;. rs'-tci r ctBr. tnord ofiifs fuel denial consumers Thoro will bo only no. per cnt. vt lost ycnr'n production of untlirncfle owing to tho coal stHl.o and It wfll lie necessary lo mnke tills so as far as possible-" v Tho llgures on flic at the Pucl Ad ministrator's ofllco show that there I practically 100 per cent loading In tho nnthracllo Ilelda arid that It Is almott wholly a. question of producing the coal fast enoUKh (n catch up with consumption. The loading of anthra cite fur November ran lo per cent. nhentt nf previous years, and tho Dc.. comber figures available show that this average over ji similar .period last year Is liolng maintained- Tho diversion of anthracite to thf Lake region is nlsmt over for tho soo son, and thin, l, In atntetl, will iclcao" rnoiiKh coal to materially help out tbv Kaslern slliiallon. Tho Pedural Ftit'i AdmlnUtrntlon received word this mornln gthat u delegiitlon Ih en iciutc to Washington from Newark lo urge an Increase In that clly's quota of oonl for tlomeslle purposti. MILLER SUMMON FUEL CHIEFS FOR TALK ON SHORTAGE Lmergency Calls for Quick' and Drastic Action, in I lis View. Gov. Jllller hns called a conference for to-day In Albany with State Puel AdmlnUtintor William II. Woodln, and tho deputy administrators repre senting every district, to ooimlder tin fuel situation. Tho cold spell brought to the con I oIlleoB of tho city hundreds who ho. I little or no coal and prompted th fuel offlclals to deal promptly with the problem that will become moro menacing If steps aro not taken In time. It Is not certain wnat tho Al bany conference can accomplish, but It may bo followed by a general order by which all apartment houses and office buildings will bo forbidden to uso anything except ioft coal or tb steam sires of anthracite. Suoh an order would release many tons of pea, nut, stovo and ejjs coal lur uao lu kitchen tanges and fu:nace of pri vate houses. More than IZj complnlnti num conlless homes came to the olllce or Deputy Administrator Eltz, In charge of distribution In Manhattan, olghtcen of them bolug reported by the Health Department to be emergency com because of Illness tu the families. In order that the east side districts may be taken care of. Herman Morris Director of the Downtown Charade.' of Commerce, was appointed Assist int Administrator for the east aldo. ,n i ecomroendatton of Harry H. i' -. ft t ''A ft. war upon Tui k' x . 1' 7 ' ifM' ( iff"