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FUND EMBARRASSED Board of Education Urges Relict by Shifting $300,000 from ?S800.000 Reserve. BILL FOR ITS RELEASE PENDING IN ALBANY Of?cials Find Fraternities Thrive Despite Last Year's Action Drastic Blow Planned. ring the -?-.??lit y for do * [education ? eatei - - favoring a bill rould i elease 1308 ?""' ?. 4 ? ? .? ind of th< ,. ? embei -s.?i?-ni??rit ,( bera* pension Is not la |l ?an ? ',' ? ':'" ,... -ondttlon of the pee i d p-it Churchill * - in a ? ondition to wan i ?-' - ?s ?Somera .??"d '.t was s leal meeting of v^.r? he s ' ha hed made eh ?, . the fund to be in much ii"? statements, t-?? ??? - ? . ?. an ? " ? t of as ??"? -. ?President i ?.- to i the light of r.. .. the audit? ?? " i tu a long ITS"" Off. I /- - - - .: lasi-SXPSrtS,*' re? ff S-k?* : ? i" ?rill be in ferrr.e lof the B the board. * the abolition of fra ., tote ? am?? un at yep - ? *-? s. Wile when -paatton? srard said he had found tki-tv (rate nitl? i Hall High I ?ere f rateri in ?,-? - - despita the ?,-? ird thoughl t had teocksJ ' ? eat in a ? ? yestei lay the - ? ? . i and legii latlon was ... - amendment so ear ?go fra abol!?=!'.ed It ?aas i mea ?f ai lioote abeald got ! 11 I ai nities and .societies r? ? open to inspection I? nt. Pr. "?VMtam I the i ;hool fi a temli ? ? ? - - ("told* **ater. the Health i - ??roner. all *ch^ -"-ted In hornef? wh" et fever, mear-?es or ? 'on was decided on after n ? the special rom? rr.lttee on ' ? " Which Dl "?' 'le If? ? m b a pre>en* ' pate to a large axtei anniversary of the , Mrth'iav ?re. on April 'J3. * mlttec ? -.vas appointed, or rchlll is chairman. parly and fit tl celebrated Mai children | take part In the exer??!????. in ?"entrai ; f3 eonjunctloa *?* with pay all the U er t I ? ? - aoi bola who were pratei ?? ' ant bllsaard from rechini WOULD MAKE'WHITE WAY' DARK ABYSS .Broadway Opposes Alderman Curran's Plan to Cut Billboards and Electric Signs. Alien ? rrai - preponed ordinance i - at a hearing befoi e *??? bufldlna.Ittoa of the Botr.nl of ?tldei ? - afternoon In thi James i: ton i reaid? *-? ' lent of ? Boer?-; of/ en, waa h attendance. 1 ' ran'a etdlnace hits billboards Under "* ? * -?-decker" atgn-? t v *.*?*? ? a a ahed and b'?ard? ??ted ? i of tea feet in lei gi ''*' Mad twe'ity-t?O feet must hi made tot open tea ees - - not t-> be loss Sept - ?j? t? e theatre? real ???? ???te ' ' lllpoettag companies en?! ? I of bualnean men ???r? sa hand to flrht Ute ordinance, 1 ?'aim. ??.?ill drive many of trK-.ix - . . ,..., if |t |, T,.?| ;,..,, *? . ? of the er?dteanoa Bra? ? ? on ?mof? to twesrty f?se1 ? f the preeenl "i^n-i aie *" Mg* ni algbt ' ? - - Bull ? I the ? waa ;<t;:'e?). would be to lato a bteea t ? i of roo' - * ' !ui ran i ? i????;.?"l at f ? nr- ? | .?.' - si ? see of ?oar ? ht pro? < | iiHi- l ?,/ y are un- | * ' hide from etew ] >T th? varlO'JB irv Beeta - ? .? t rae, and t*v oam ???-???? .7. rtte?eaaatenflaedoaMareh *' for a pul beartng ? ? -', ? STATE GAINS BY GOODWILL Envelops b Wf;n: To Be Given to Soiis at Father's Death. I. Ms ? ? transfer - ' . , ? ae R. Ball, . ' ' ' rrogato 1 I owner el . und ?? . ? . goodwill t" ', ? ? ? k?,?iv,i i at Ctt* ag stech left i" en . ? j. . i ? . - ? ' ? - not to ! KODAK VICTORY REJOICES WIDOW Mrs. Goodwin Says She Is Glad Husband's Genius Is Recognized. ?MILLIONS LESS TO HER THAN MIS MEMORY Eastman Company. Which May lose $25,000,000, Will Try to Take Case to Supreme Court. ? that i am no) ???xi?? i except sa I reco ? ? ? abend's gei rh - ??.?- th? message of ;i klndl '? ? ;?.r?j\. ni. ?? ?I '?n ?? i Montolslt S'ewsrk. who ci ?rrstulate bei on t'e successful out art lier pstenl rights to thi types ? en msnufact ? ' >>? the Esstman Kodsk Coi l ? -?1 t<> ho their ?>4? n i -',,n of the United Btstes ''?inn Of Ippesla might m^an a million dol?an t- ? ?? .-.^???1 ? idos of thi ' ? ' ?;.i -?-? ; t i w ?... died ?''?ars ag? ? ? ? i ?. ? , ?ras not thai ?? ? n erned he . \ Ictory ? ' ?la> ; abe o iw I r< ward <>f pstlenci . . .... ..... ? of hi l'a talents. ? Mrs. ?;or.'i?-?'i'. lives in on unpretentioui two-story frsme ho a ?psti of th? city where the hornet of (ha weslthy a-< rot to be found She li eighty-els ?jresri old. Her daughter, s*ho la sixty o\] Hret "wttli her. Th?ey hnve heen com. fortsble snd ? ?ontented In modest our roundinga Thr< igl ? ? long stretch oi lttlis-atloii in the "k?-.?i'4k ????=?-'" th?*??- Vine h??('?iTn?? re onclled t?? their humble lift ami were ?not led to ho*pe tbst the promt?? the hie. klnd-hesrted rectoi *na'io then bsck In the esrly eighties, ?shea he dis red the Mm proceas, that aoine ds] wo'.'lii he rich, WOUl 1 ever ?-ome tr-;r friend of the fsmilj called a . -i- yeaterdaj and fold them mpletel? upael Mrs ?Qoodsrin an-i bei Ighter. Mrs. Goodwin hsa h?en an in ?all?-) for se-.-rrai yesni. They kept totheh ? ?. while th?? friend remained and re ? eh lera si d snswered all In ilriea foi them She gave ?the sam? ,P" '-on, Ml I 000 '?Til tl every one whn "all???" ?Later in the da ?Portland Psrker, tiie Newsrl lawyer, wh? ?a.? been Mrs ?3<sod?H i i i ailed .-..Hi" house an. assured ' er thot ft war? all true. Then ?seemed to be little .?<< ihf in th mind of Mr. Psrker that the Eastma' iny would continue the flrht It v-a hr?<?n sai?! that the Arm that had fotigli tho <,o?-"i--<. in r>at??nf an bitterly for flftee ? ??a?-?? would try to takr fh>? ? ase t" th S'ipr?>t-iie Court of th?? United Btatea \o one ?would venture an aatii r,-. to the amount Involved, but.I bas been estimated from $5,090,004) t | 1,000. Th?* !?:.-.. st m an com] II have to I CO : I for tl-e tnMlions of fllrr which it lias pul out ?lurlntr tin- Inf-rver -.rods tion of ?vh'i-h ha Qormousl ? Increased In recent yeai ? ? evstepment of the moving pictur? The suit -WM-? h- ?ughl sgslnst the ?Ess* n si K'"iak Con : Rochester, ti ? .?iwtn ?Vihn snd ?'arriprn, ?"ompan: which orie*tnslly owned th? OoodWtn pa out The ? Anaco i '??mpany, of whu ThomSJ "v1.' Stephens is president, H quired control of the Good?wta cempar ;.?'?, ai-i it Is to that rorp. ?-;?th?Ti that the n'-'-o'iiitlnfr ?arlll hav? I I ? ? ad? Mr<> Qoodwl , and h??r ?lauKl fr have a *tork Interest In the tatt? ' t-tompany. The Roe Hsnnlbal ?"?oodutn I? r*rn?--r bored hh a ?picturesque figure in Newar U?i "Ar,.- ? ?-.rslderar.ly over fix !*??-t tl and possessed a klndl] though foTcel ? ity, He wrs rector of th? Hots o-; Prayer when he invent- thi mi tiled flim while oeeklng for a ?subsutn for th?- braslnsble glssa plats He wss - ? cbemlal aa ?well as n ?-apat i ?pastor. Hla '-.'" ran 1n the att 1 ?,f th?? old brick ie?t??T near the ? v IT.? fir?? nia?"!?- I PP l?catlon for a pat? Mi- im IT1 ??? pateM was IK ' until September, IM In the ? ? s ?Bastmsn ?Companj used the flims i , | -refused to recognise th * evtlst-psstor I ?sd an? i Ighta to Mr. Qoodwtn ?thsd Decembsr'n ?INO [the home of the widow of the inventor of THE I i EXIBLE FILM, AT NO. 116 MONTCLAIR VVE? NUE. NEWARK. TOBACCO DEALERS IN WAR OVER COUPONS Proposed Anti Premium Bill Causes Big; Gathering at Washington Hearing. *"?;,<? ington, March U.?Representa?*!~*e I nderwood'a proposai to iirhr?' a pro hlbitive tax ',n premium r? ipnn, | ? with toba o an? cigarettes a as th? BUbjeCt of a bearing of tobacco men f-om all over tlie .,??:?.t?? t -.la? before, the House Ways an?i Ifeaas Committee Representatives ot the United ? '??r,-,r St'jri'.'-r Company, Independent to manufacturers and union labor ".or, beard The irr? ? ? ? ? i ? ? i.?irt? lation o': t! e ground that the ?'"'liions were destroying their business sritboul benefiting the consumer, while the cou? pon aiiMieate?; ie tared that '' ? atlmu ! tha toba Iness an l In? i the governmi nt'i i ? ? ?? William A. ? ".,, - lied that forty thousand : ? led In the ??, ipon Industry would be thrown out of employ? ment i,y the proposed legislation. H M. Btroch representing t',-- United Clgai i stores Company, also denied the- cberg? r,f the ii i i that bi?i clients werf opera'ini- In restraint of trade The effect of tl - enaetrneiif of tbl? bill Mr. Strook ?ail. **.,ni!d be to Inecea?" by millions of dollars the profits of the Largi concerna engaged la the manufacture oi tobacco products by savin?; for them t',< ? asi " .'m- of :?,??? e? ? -, eai nded I form of advertising, and rould d< the consumer of the benefits ? ' .1 discount srhich the 1 is omei nou re elves in th? form of coupons f?nd eertifl? ites, an?; which the T'n'.ted '"itrar Ptorea are inir their customers in rerormitlo*? ??" pur? ?? strictly for ? 1 Baby Rescued on Burning Ship idon'ion, Mar " The teainlni -; tsVellesley, .?i,? <,f ti,?? huit of ~*s*gland'i ???!?ll!n .? ?a,,.,.if , .? ,? 1 ?hipa, ?? ?1 s bur-r?e.J to niis'ht. ?n BhfeldB iinii??,- Only a I ? ? tlire.' hnn'ii ed b '?? oard wi jured ? ' ?? . ' r r . 1 1 made h .1-? 1 tl ough th.c and n c'":i? d the 1 ?? tain ?? 1'^t. i< i.. ; discipline a. - - ? 1 .???! a t? rrible dlsa-rt? TURN CRITICAL EYE ON NUDE IN ART Taxpayers'CommitteeLook Sharply at Antiques in Brooklyn M use uni. i Horrified bj ttu declsi n of Mberi . ? 'trig that. if ?condU ted : ' ' ItOljr, * Brooklyn Museum in the Cestera PsrkWSy "WOUld he rulded an h ? 1er]-.- houae," the Vsnderveer r.irk Tax? payers' Association isnt a eomnrdttso to .-all ?iron '.'tirator William H Cot yes? terday morning and a-sk permlaalon to j investigate The rommitt?? eonatsted of Mi Knell? ing, a real ?-?atato man and build? ? Sternherg'-r. an Insursncs agent and ?ReUbsn U'ilaon. Assistant United ?States District Attorney for tho i:a<?t?--rii ?Dtstrtot ?,f New fork Mr. WTIlSOB'l father. Oeorge W. **>V11son, wss the Assemblymen who inir?.ii',?.-??-d the hill into the ?Leg! 1st ure pnnrldlng for the ?weetlon of the Brat ?wing of the museum building, tut he ha?i tio\pr visit??! ti?.. In Ututton afore in his life. At Tuesday's meeting of tue tax? payera, Mr. Kuetltng said; ? ?Some of the statusry exhibited at t'ie museum may ho .-Insslflod a? art by the truste??-?; l.iit !f that Ik true ait limlta ttona ?hottld be p?a?*?"! OS art. Although ,i mint by no moans. I blushed M I ? ?? hibttJOfl of nude rn1ntlni*s arid StStUsry, ?> in the ai trente, exhibited In the full view of hundreds of children under the ogee of asventeeo and aigl t?*??n. f Will molt ??ertaltily reftiue to SilOS inv e'nild of mine to onter ?hat Intildlng. which, If i'ondii'?te,i prlvatoh . WOUM he rnidod as a disorderly bo Thin speech ?aroused th? taxpavors :-i S'lih ? ilo^-rro that tie? declsred ti I ' I'ttention of the Mayor should be celled to the quesUonsble art objects Mi berger suggearted that it might he ? ? ? to K??e the ?trustees of the I (natltuts ?of Atta at-.-t ?Sciences, wiii?-h ? .tr?-.?! the museum, ?Brat, Thla wsl I MT-. ?d to and the eon . ' ai> polntsd. The committes sski d the i .-.(iiitv th?'tn particularly -what nun,?! ??ut tor cante ot ? Ireek anl tho forty old muM?1"-' "ti ezhlbitl? n ? 'im. \\ hits h? wac II m? guided them t'1 the entire I M w m>thing BUggr? ' ?eld M Wilson sftet - srd "ft T-a.? all very Btiarnberger'a announ?cemenl ' ' mil"' um ?sel eral tl Flints Fine Furniture FOUNDfcD 1?40 "FLINT QUALITY' GEO. C. FLINT CO. R. J. HORNER & CO. THE SAME INTERESTS HAVE ACQUIRED THE BUSINESS AND GOOD-WILL OF THE GEO. C. FLINT CO. AND THE CONTROL OF THE R. J. HORNER C& CO. Till: ENTIRE STOCK OF THE Gh.0. C. FLINT COMPANY MUST BE SOLI) AT ONCE AS OUR LEA8E EXPIRES MAY 1st P R I C E REDUCTIONS 20% TO 70% GEO. C? FLINT CO. 43-47West23^5t: 24-28West 24*^ St: ?J^eiS) Kork\ Cay RECEIVER ASKED FOR ALUS-CHALMERS CO. Bondholders Charge Fraud in Reorganization of Big Machinery Concern. PROPERTY WAS SOLD FOR 87,250.000 Foreclosure Sale of Assets Unfair and Favored Stockholders, It Is Alleged. \ i | ' ?? ? I Pl. '?;:? UBtUfl ?". ness " ?; E*alne ft C? " ? ' ? lehall era of ? ?? > ' ? M ... - In the 8a ? ? om vian:- fing 1 ? ? defrauded ; >ir rights the n orgai sat! n of the , ? ? ? ? and I? , that a re ? .... '??'!? ? any. | which ? ? i . .... it the interest ... y also ni- ? , -. " .. , .,- . ? ? . lulent ? ? ' ? ? . the that w < > 111 ? i lurt ? The '? ? .-1 ? in the i nit? d Btate ? d \?..? [god at *??? -""'?' vugustus ? -. .- holden of 1 ?-, ; ? of ai. Issus or *;..OOO.tno mad? fl |, lasue was se ired bj a ?ir trust to the I ? ? lugs Bank oi Illlnote The bonds were made i first lien opoi the ;?? ope '? i-? t'1 ?on pan] i slued b| the oou-nany \a Ifli at *.?? PojtO, with I quick a.sr???!?? and i working ?-aplt.-ii amounting to *? ' ? I ? ect to a flrit morticasre hen of $11.14VP?. Th* Tlltriotn hnnk. p.? truatee brought foreclosure . eedlngs, nt d ths property was sold to the :/ati?,t? eommlttee for 17,20000 rjtrnn Ittee, ?? la alleged, did ?? j represen! bondholders, bul hoMera of \ stock and otl sr unse ured Indebtednei i ' r.'-i< committee followed th* forming of tiio bondi old? -' protectlTs ??onimitt??". Tin? member?? were *Hm??s \. Walls ". preeldenl of ths Central Trust ? .i,?., which held W?,000 ?v..? " notes of the aJUs ? Company: M? lor -i Hemphlll, acting for fti*? hold- | fTfl ?? eomBBOa Pt?OCk, and W. F*Tn!cn Roosevelt, who represented the pr??frrr?:d I Btock holder^ Their pifln sraa to wipe ?-??it t:;'? bondholders ? leged, and , clve tlr- stockholdera a rrrfaier Interest' RENEWING MORTGAGES r\OES It ?cost jrou money to U renew your rrsxtAgAt ?erery three years7 Have you ever thought what might happen to yon tf the rene wa 1 period trame during a panic and yon ?could not re? new your mortgage at all? Would you lose your home 7 We make mortgage loam o? >10.0<X) or less to home own? ers in Greater New York for 10 years and you ?can pay them off a little at a time. They are pretty near "panic proof." TiTlE GUyU?ANTEE AND TRUST C? ?Capital .... $5,000,000 ( Surplus *a remad) ] 1 ,?000,000 t 1 < u t.r. my, K. Y. 170 temara .v.., oWtya. I 350 ruttaa Sf_ Jamaica. ? they bad hefm-e t> <?? brought a \,.^ To?v,?v foi the ?? polntnv-nt of .1 r???oi'. or. :in,l In pUrSSSBCS of th's move Del mar W Cell, presMsnt of , m pointed ?receiver it li .i leg? : ? Mr ? 'all did not advantage of tha right given him to a ? the net 4 m March 199' I i March t. 1918, to p Interest on the amounted to *?''" ? . | ..?- ?paid to cred? ?tors ? ? bondholders The ? ' ^.i ,?t til? method of the ??alo ? ? a isel ? of the old cor fore forces a j i ?! utsTsit I ? and under the terms of the sale it waa Impossible to get a responsible bid. The ?-eorgenlzaUon ?-ommtttee waa the only bidder. The value of the new cosa pany's property has ?Seen placed at ?t?M, OOO.'W, and **.<&.*$ In common stock and j:?i.?i:o.?>X? In preferred etock have bees Issued The Palnes allege that on the same das* thst the reorganization committee decided upon the appointment of a receiver the company agreed to permit Max Patn, a director and general counsel of the con? pany. to act as counsel for the petitioners In the receivership action without I'am terminating bis relationship with the ? A!!!s-i.'ha!mers Company. It is said that PSSS, ?"?it h the aid of WttUssn W. Nichols, vlce-presUhmt and aecretary of the company, prepared a bill of complaint agatnst the company, asking for the appointment of a receiver. TROLLEY CO. MUST PAY ' Judgement to City Against Sec? ond Avenue Line Affirmed. Tfie Appellate I>1 vision decide?! yester da?- ?thst tf*e Second Avenue Hallway Company taust pay shout S22,?v?<i for pav 1 ing work don.? by the ?Mfv betwees and j alongside its tracks. The city ordered the I paving done and upon Its failure to carry out the order the city did th.i work itself and thon s'iM the rompsny to recover the cost , ? -go w T.ln?'h. receiver of the Second ? 10 Compasy? ??aid In defending the .action that he ?va? not l!a??le. beoiuse he representsd onlv the bondho'.dei-s of th?'. ?any and ??as appointed in an action d t against UtS ?"ad by hondholdera 1 to ftWSClOSS B mortgage The city oh- ; tatned a verdict In the Supreme Court and the Appel'ate ?DlVtaton upheld the i-ts-hf of tho ,-itv to ito'lec', hut irdoced the amount of the hidgsssst from ?hout ? to K "?"' i. Altaian $c ?a. Women's Ready-to?wear Dep?. (TMrd Floor) Tailor-made Suits, Afternoon and Even? ing Dresses, Dancing Frocks and Dinner Gowns, in very attractive assortments. Smart Styles. Moderate Prices. Jifil} Aiiruuf. >Mj st? 33th Stritt?, Iff? Uork. This "SEAL OF PURITY ? guarantees that an absolutely f pure chewing gum is inside. It guarantees real juice of re?al mint leaves* It guarantees pure, firm, springy chicle. It guarantees delicious benefits with the purity sealed in* Doesn't that app?eal to you for your family ? tins pure pastime that's so ?easy to get and to carry? It ?costs less than a cent a stick to give regular ?aid to teeth, breath, appetite and dig-estion with it Chew it after every me?al * Be sure it's clean, pure, healthful WRIGLEVS. BUY IT BY THE BOX roe 85 BSS?B St m?gt ???kBBk Bach bo- en?state, tmrttiy 5 cent peck They utuy tree h aatil us***L Look for the spear.