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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1922.
!1 by the rules. Ho then made a landing with his engine dead and stopped lit. piano a short distance from tho odlclal mark. Chin was born In this country, his father being an American citizen. lie will go to China and start In the pas sender carrying business with a friend ASKS DAUGHERTY ABOUT GADSKI'S WAR ATTITUDE AMERICANiBORN CHINESE War of Mme. Johanna Gndsttl has been sent to Attorney General Dougherty by F. J. Zcehundclaar, Secretary of the Morchants and Manufacturers' Asso ciation, It vi as- announced to-day. This was a result of protests by members of tho American Legion at a projected con cert hero next Monday by Mme. aadstcl because of allegations alio, was pro-German during tho war. 13. Sherman Dattby. tho singer's man ager, was said to havo told a contmltteo of members of the American Legion to-day that If Attorney General Dough erty's reply Indicated pro-German sym pathies on the part of Mme. Gadskl her engagement In Lou Anelei would be cancelled. Tho Hoard of Pollco Com missioners planned a hearing uu tna matter to-day, ' LAUNDRY SWINDLER SENT TO PENITENTIARY heard all about It, she detained the man under pretext of seeking change, ami called tho Police. The man was ar retted und to-day was sent to the pent trntlary nftgr hearing in Special Hen slonn. Tie said he was John Sheridan, a chauffeur, of No. !3S West ltSth Street. EARNS AIR PILOT LICENSE Hurry Chin. ... Wlio Itiiim n llf- Culled lip lltinilnrtiltrr pluiHa l.nrur lllll llnil llrrn I'min.l, Housewives In tho llronx havo been victimized lately by a man who, calling tip tho dumbwaiter shaft, said lie was the laundryman, that a )t0 or a J 20 hill had been discovered In the laun dry, and If they would send down thf money for tho week's wash or ohuncc for a bill of largo denomination, lie would be clad to send tho money up. When this was tried on Mrs. liesslr I'lassor, No. 35 Echo Place, who had IN IN LONDON TO FIX liiurnnl, Dor All lVntx Itc iliilred iy Itulcx. Harry Chin, an American citizen o( hunt rnoriTHntuxo committiho ASK B 1,211. A communication from tho Mayor's Committee on Itent Profiteering, re questing an appropriation of f 4,211 from tho Doarl of. Estimate's contingent fund, for continuing thu committee's activities for six months from Jan. 1 next, rume before the Hour dot Esti mate tn-day. The contmltteo of the whole of thnt body will report upon It for further action. LKfl Chinese descent, who runs a restaurant roiiMitit roMTicm, t.ntnr.it in I Mil I ANA I.HAVHs .TAIL. ATLANTA. Ga., Dec. .-Fred J. Ossenberg of Kvannvllle, Ind former political leader In that State, was re leased from the Federal Penitentiary hero to-day after rervlng between four and nvo months of a sentence of one year. L in Manhattan, yesterday qtiahlltd a. Mlncola. L.. I., as an aviation puoi alter laiiini- ilm ilimonlt test. Iln will re ceive a llconso from tho National Aero Association. l,n Anurlrn Cnurrrt Off If He Find She Wim I'ro-German. LOS ANGELES, Deo. . A telegram asking for official confirmation con cerning tho attitude during tho World Chin, twenty-nvc, was not in tno least deterred by the bad weather. Ho went up to 3,000 feet, made tho flguro S, and performed all of tho foats required 'Aiiiendnienls Not Believed to St:md in Way of Agreement. To Discuss Moratorium, Debts, Loan and Reform of Budget and Finances. KS ASK CHANGE ALLIED PREMIERS ALLY TERMS FOR ITS CONTRO GERMANY'S STATUS mr .i 4l II v3 few i J liAU.SANNK, Dec. S (Associated l'resB). Turkey presented to tho Near Kast Conference to-Uuy counter bub' ccstlons concerning control of the Dardanelles und Bosporus. The Turks ask: First Uunrunl.ccs nguiuut surprise attacks from land or sea threatening tho security of tho Hi rails, nt Cjii btuntlnople, or of the Hen of Marmora. Second Limitation of naval forces bound for tho Dlauk fa'oa, so that thoy 4AvlIl not constituto i danger to the zone c.nemuug ueiwcen uie ino siraus to the IJIack Seu; that thoso forces, be composed of light warships, employed (or tho protection of International commerce. Third Interdiction upon tho main tenance of wurships in tho Black Hcu. Fourth Liberty of passage for merchantmen In timo of peace and of war. Tho Tuiklsh jioslllon on tho ques tion of the straits was presented by J strict Pasha, who mentioned pjlnt" In tho Inter-Allied proposal? winch ho considered particularly harmful to STurkey. Tho first was tho Inclusion of the Sea of Marmora In tho definition of tho straits, another was that it was Heedless to havo n demilitarized zono around tho Liospprus; in conn-rtion .with tho Allied suggestion that In the demilitarized zones thoro should bo no movement of troops, ho thought such .movement should ! i,i-mHt','l After hearing Ismet I'asha's uddivss tho conference took a reccsj until uftcrnoon to glvo tho Allies tnie to etudy the Turki&li suggestions. Somo of tho European UegcKlcs ex pressed tho opinion that tho points raised by tho Turks should not m k x Ilnal accord difficult. STttAMmt AMIOItn l.V lllltllllll, AM, AIIOMtU SAVIIII. VCiTVt YUNDRCS. France. Loc. 8. The steamer Governor General Tlr- " ... ... ,d l.liitrti iiolmpn l-itn titet tifltrlit o& she. was tillering this pott. Thu passengers and civw spent tho night nboard und were landed here this morn ing. Tho vessel is In a critical condition. 000 ri,i:H IT M.IAN TOWN TIIUIIAT KNHII BY l.AN'IlhMDi:. MODKNA, llal.v. Dec. S. Six hundred (.porsons fled to-day from the little town 1 of Pandegatti, where 100 houses ! ready lme collapsed In a landslide mid complete destruction ia threatened. The town Iwis lioi'ii deserted and its inhabi tants are homeless. LONDON, Dec. 8. Premiers of tho Allies canto to London to-day for a conterenco about Germany, with tho fate of nt least thrco .governments dependent upon tho outcome Tho confcrcnco Is referred to as tho most dcclalvo slnco Versailles. Instead of n great company of delegates with their unwieldy staffs, four men will gather around a tablo at 10 Downln, Street. Andrew Uonar Law, Prlmo Minister of Dritaain, Is host to Premiers Pal n cure, Mussolini and Thetinis of Fiance, Italy and Belgium respective ly. Tomorrow night ho will entertain them at dinner. The parley program. It Is scml-ofllrially said, will bo a dis cussion of: A moratorium for Germany on con dltlon Franco holds tho Rhine; Adjustment of debts In view of tho American attitude, which Is expected to bo stated by tho United States ob server; An International loan, which Is con sidered impossible at present; Reform of Germany's budget and finances. sTitirKttN I "station, nius. Taken ill suddenly In tho Grand iJcn- tral Station yesterday, John It. lom , seventy-seven, of the Hotel Berkley. No. 17) West 74th Street, was taken to Uellevue Hospital where ha died. IMS Staling valt and pepper zet of six shakers. $5 ATINY remembrance that seems especial ly designed to slip into the Christmas stocking, or a more sizeable pre sent to adorn the Christ mas tree you'll find at Ovington's, gifts as varied as the nationalities in Central Europe. OVINGTON'S " The Gift Shop or Fifth Avenue" Fifth avenue at 39th st. $ ranftUn Simon & Co. A Store of Individual Shops FIFTH AVENUE, J-th and 38th STS. Introducing Children's Santa Claus Rubber Boots Vttjsian tModcl Boots Of 'Black Astraflia?i Jutr (Sloth Guffs to take the place of arctics. 3. 25 nAgcs to 5 Yrs., Sizes y to 10 tAges 6 to 10 Yrs., Sizes I J to 2 Guaranteed to keep both a child's heart and a child's feet warm all winter the first rubber boots ever made that fit right on over the sturdy walking shoes . . . Junior Misses' Boots . . 4.S0 Sizes 2XA to fYi v4gcs io to 77 Children's Footwear Shop Third Floor' Store Hours: q A. M. to 6 P. M. FIFTH AVENUE James McCreery & Go. Telephone FitzRoy JJOO 34TH STREET The Great Christmas Gift Shop "of All New York Gifts of Evening Apparel for Mademoiselle The bouffant silhouette in ;t youth ful frock of taffeta trimmed with gold ribbon, as illustrated, in Tangerine and Orchid. 25.00 Also a dainty dance frock that will lend graceandcha'rm to the dancer. Of sheer Georgette crepe combined with lace. In Black, Almond Green, Beige, American Beauty. 25.00 Sizes 1 4 to 18 years. An evening wrap that the fashionable young miss will "adore." Bright in color, of soft rich velvet, with a crush collar of the same material or a flat tering collar of moufflon. 65.00 (Fvurlh Floor) A Gift Sweater of Brushed Mohair 975 Sweaters that add to the enjoyment of being "out of doors." A slip-on with smart stripes of contrasting color. Black and White, Buff and Brown, Brown and Buff. Alio a Camel's hair slip-on, with V neck and cuff bottom. ( F c 14 r 1 h Flat 1 ) To Give a Girl A practical and inexpensive gift All wool flannel pleated skirts, in Red, Green, or Navy, which button to blouses of cotton pongee. The entire garment is washable. Sizes 6 to 14. 3-95 (Fturl Flter) iV f To Give a Boy An Overcoat Special I 3.75 He will like it, too f .Very smart models in novelty materials of pure wool, and others of fine quality chinchilla. Sizes 3 to 10 years. ( Th,r4 Floor) McCreery TOYVILLE presents A Pull-Apart Circus, with Animals and a Clown, a Ringmnstcr and ot figures, just like the teal circus. You can make the animals do all kinds some tnings tnat even real animals cannot do. ther circus of things, Special 3.00 A strong little Nursery Chair finished in cream and blue enamel, with dainty little Dutch figures painted on the back. Strong flat reed scat. Special 3.75 A folding Nursery Tableof hard wood with natural varnish finish. It folds very compactly and when open is strong and rigid. Size 13 x 21 inches. Special 1.25 Tommy Claus is busy entertaining lots of children every day; have, you been iiv to see him yet ? Santa Claus sends Tommy'new toys all the time and he tells the children all about them. He can do all kinds of nice tricks, tells stories, sings songs, and tells all about how the toys arc made. 'Fith Flttr) Gifts of Glove Silk Underwear Women's Vests, Bodice Style In Pink. Sizes 34 to 42. 1.75 Women's Bloomers in Pink Cut full. Sizes 5 to 7. 2.95 ( THirJ Floor) A Holiday Sale of "Suedette" Fabric Gloves 95c Wrist length Duplex 12 Button and . 16 Button styles in Suedette. Very superior quality fabrics in desirable colors. Values that have not been equalled in New York this season. 'Reg. U.S. Put. off. Man Ftttr) They are selling at such a rate that the supply. will soon be exhausted and we will not be able to replace them at such a price. A splendid gift that any woman will appreciate. Necklaces of Genuine Rock Crystal Graduated beads, beautifully cut of sparkling clear crystal, and separated by jet rondclls. They arc 27 inches loiig and will make exquisite gifts. 19.75 (Main Floor) A Holiday Selling of Mink Coats Mink Coat-Wrap, 46 inches long, of soft, dark natural skins. Chin collar effect. Lined with silk crepe, with brocaded panel border effect. Illustrated. Formerly 1850.00, now 1450.00 Mink Coat, of natural dark skins, 35 inches long with shirred collar and new wide sleeves. Tails all around at bottom- Formerly 1050.00, now 725.00 Mink Coat of dark natural skins, 45 inches long, shirred collar, kimono sleeve. Lined with brocaded silk. Formerly 1275.00, now 875.00 Mink Coat, dark natural skins, 47 inches long with shawl collar and new wide sleeves. Formerly 1 400.00, now 975.00 Reductions tn other Fur Coats Natural Muskrat Coats, 40 inches long, with Raccoon collar and cuffs. Formerly i85".oo, now 165.00 Natural Raccoon Coats, 40 indies long. Soft dark skins. Formerly 265.00, now 225.00 Hudson Seal Coats (dyed muskrat), 40 inches long of selected skins with Skunk collar and cuffs. Formerly 395.00, now 365.00 (Fourlfi Floor) ( Genuine Cowhide Brief" Cases 5.75 The business man or woman and school folk will appreciate a genuine . Cowhide Brief Case. These have three pockets, and an extension lock and key. Tan, Black, Mahogany. CAi Floor) 'Gift Umbrellas Umbrellas arc-always useful and con sequently always acceptable as gifts. Black gloria umbrellas for men or women, with plain or fancy handles. Good and strong for storm use. 3.95 Women's colored or black silk um brellas with ring, cord loops, or strap .handles. Tips and stub to match. 5.50 Black silk umbrellas with plain or silver trimmed handles for men. Col ored or black silk for women with a wide assortment of handles to select from. Tips and stubs to match. 6.95 Colored silk umbrellas for women and black silk for men. A number of handles from which to choose. 8.50 (M.li Floor) Hand Bags of Leather 5.00 The leathers are Beaver calf, Antelope and Seal, in Black, Brown and Tan. They are lined with silk and fitted with, a large compact of imitation shell for powder They make very service able gifts: Main Flotr) Petticoats Arc Welcome Gifts Straight tine models of excellent qual ity Radium silk ami silk jersey. Hand somely embroidered. .95 Also a very complete line of staple and novelty models in taffeta, silk jersey, radium silk, crepe de chine and crepe back satin. In exquisite color ings and combinations. Beautifully embroidered. All arc modestly priced. Third Floor) "la gioire" Gift Toilet Set 45 .00 A hand carved Ivory finish set, with a remarkable resemblance to genuine Ivory. There are a number of exqui site decorations to choose from. 10 most useful pieces. (,Ujm Floor) Reg. V. , S. Vtx. Off. I I l I I 1 1