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The American Legion
K News: Local, State, National
ifembership of INew York
! Pepartmrnt Expected to
S Excerd 100.000 This
! Year: Drive Brings Results
g^jrcf-tion Made That Each
po^t i? State Become
.4genc> to Ud Veterans
in Collection of Bonus
_'h.ie official ventication has not
w- c - ??? ?te headquarters of
jit* A.r ?? afe to pre
that the total mam
the Legion ir. the depart
gtst of New _*ork will exceed 100,000
Added impetus has been given to the
;3_.?a:_T. for new Legionnaires by the
??? .or.'s fight for
b__ef*.ciai legislation, laws which will!
betur th? co ditions undex which dis
jbled ar - veterans are living
bonus to other ex
Xhe sl . '11 other depart- ;
Btnts i" .* D". many thousand \
- the national con- j
Wnti_ t0 order in Kansas
probably will have a;
:h will outnum- \
aa made by state?
headquarters yesterday by which it ia
?ater impetus to :
the men '*? 's *''a- each
_.. in tt ita t ar a j
. . and filing of bonus
? tl ia way. it is pointed
ran - who are not enrolled
the Legion as
wn benefit and
,' _x us to become members.
Federal Bonus l'p To-day
HI will be interested
;. of the United
j umber will z? before that
American Legion'a ad
leaders ln tho Legion are confident
ass the measure
Legion Demands This Match
^-ar , Bro -..'?. those rep
_merican Legion. have
..- Marin Plestma, hea _r
_,..???. gi. an oppor
[a Zbyszko, the
class, in a match for
the heavyweight title.
Th,. 1. ? ar.d is anxious
|q assume th< responsibility of pro
-rine -. suitable purse for the mat
Be_ ar - has been unable to
Jack Curley to promote tne
Piestina has been a consiatent cnal
jon^or of the world'a best wrestlera,
but has been unable to gain recognition
from those who control the grame. It
mav be that Curley. spurred by the
tatr. of war veterans to have the
of Piestina. ability settled
time. will consent to a match
b__we-"> thia wrestler and the cham?
At any ri? the Brooklyn veterans
piopose to continue their demand until
the J are recognized.
Arthur Viens Dinner
All former functions of the Arthur
Viens Post were overshadowed bv
?Bimal dinner at the Ben-Hur, City
Island, on Tuesday evening. Ail the
notable* of the Legion ir. New York
State attended and more than 200 mem?
bers of the nost and its auxiliaries
were there. Th. Powers Brothers en?
tertained the guesta and there were
tddresse_ by some of the guests.
On* of the acttve po.ts nf th? T_?_l~n
ln this ? the Wlllian ....
Storv F ? N" T. Th" i__. l
me-ting will be hi rrow night.
The atixtltary of the Ar.hu. Viens Pnpt
tMonday c Ihe tn
_epen'l?n.? League Club, 47 0
mont A ?
Th? Rlchard J. MeNally Post held a
Mock pa tht 18.d Street. be?
tween ... 81
More thau 2.500 persons attended. Th"
Soldiers Honor Memory
Of Galbraith Sunday
Legionnaires of greater New
York will honor the memory of
Frederick W. Galbraith jr., late
national commander of the Amer?
ican Legion, next Sunday with
services at Old Trinity Church.
Broadway and Wall Street.
The eulogy will be delivered by
Rishop William T. Manning, and
it is anticipated that every
Legion post in the five boroughs
will send a delegation, with their
post colors, to the ceremony.
Veterans who attend the serv?
ices are asked to wear their uni
Street Tvafi i-labr*r:-t?lv decorated with fla
of the Allivi nations.
Pusi tnvit->'i all fx-sfrvto T-i<-n
- Interested tn thi* African oxiilora
tiona and tiuntini: of ex-President Rnoae
attend the next moeting of Tiger
Poat and meet Edmund Heller, who W1s
the taxldermist of the Roosevelt ejcpedl
Dr lifil^r will tell of huntlng lons
ln the Interior of Africa and will ohow
some Blms taken in actton. Th*- post
"">"? *s al 17 ?'? I Slxtieth Street to-nwr
The Accountanta' Post. will meet this
evening ln the library of the American
Institute of Accountanta. 136 Cedar Street
Robert II. Montgomery, lmst commander,
?vlll .ilscusss tlii> economic conditions of
Many Employers Agree
To Aid Training Camp
Workers May Attend Without
Loss of Pay or Prejudiee
to Thoir Promotion
J. Lloyd Derby, chairman of the cor
porations section of the New York
Committee of the Military Training
Camps Association, announced yester?
day that many hanks. manufacturers
i snd other corporations had agreed to
. permit a fair number of their em?
ployees to attend the camp this summer
without loss of pay or prejudiee to
their advancement. The elementary
military course will begin August 7 and
continue to September 6.
These firms, which are situated in
the city and throughout the state, are
. said by Mr. Derby to be following the
precedent of 1916, when hundred? of
employers jomedin the Plattsburg idea
and allowed workers-to attend one of
tbe "?.m*is. Th" executive committee
of the Association of Cotton Textile
Merchants has adopted a resolution
calling on the association membership
to show approval of the movement
started by Majcr General Wood and
; the late Theodore Roosevelt by giving
: their employees this privilege.
Among the tirst of the New York
corporations to indorse the 1921 camp
are the First National, the Hanover Na?
tional and the Chemical National
banks, the Bankers' Trust Company,
the Metropolitan Life Insurance I'om
I pany, the Brooklyn Union Gas Com?
pany. Ladenburg, Thnhmnn & Co. and
i Seasongood, Haas & McDonald.
Captain James's Plane
Believed Found in River
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y., June 22.?
: Shad rishermen, who had equipped
I their boats especially for the task,
] spent the entire day to-day trying to
i raise the wreckage in the river bed
| which has been damaging their nets
They were unsuccessful, but it was
; noticed after the last attempt that
their ropes were stained by green
; paint. The bottom of the Sopwith
i Camel airplanes, in one of which Cap
; tain Mansell R. James was lost two
years ago flying from Boston to Atlantic
City, is painted green and the fisher
| men believe that they have discovered
| the lost machine.
Captain James, a Canadian fiyer,
I flew from Atlantic City to Boston'the
laat of May, 1911., and stnrtcd to return '
by way of the Berkshires, but neither
he nor his airplane was seen after h_
left Lee, Mass.
Colonel Kdward Rurr, head of the
River and Harbor Navigation Depart?
ment, was in this city to-day nnd prob?
ably will have two divers on tho scene
to-mo_TP\v to aid the tishermen.
Road Pays ft3_CoOO to Widow
Of Conductor, Mother of 7
Mrs. Anna Baylis, of 53 Fifth Street,
Long Island City. whose husband, a
freight conductor, was killed while as
siatinx in ooupling a train of freight
cars, received from the Long; Island
Railroad yesterday the largest award
that it has ever granted. She ?ot
The settlement was made just as
Mrs. Bnylis's action against the rail?
road company was about to go to trial
in the Queens County Supreme Court.
Mrs. Baylis has seven children. One
of them was a week old when the hus?
band was killed, on ^January 21,
Been Waiting For
Contaimng ali information
the automobile owner
needs ? covers Eastern
United States and Canada
together with the latest
In One Handy ffiook
That can be folded
to _t the pocket
30,000 mile* of idnentrtei?
17 fuIl(_Ke tnap*?
_ ciry map.. rnnpng from Alhanv to San
Francisco?Tours covering New England,
New "tork. New l.rsev. Pennsylvania and
the South to Florida ? also the Middle
Weat and across the contlnent to California
Hotela and Garage* ?Information
on State Law* ? time for entertfig
another state without license?
regiatrattcvi datev-requiremenr.s for
driving license ? Canadian touring.
The BUREAU o/TOURS
Automobile Club of America
West of Broadway
New York City
CALL OR WRITE
yOU will find
-*- Sloan's Lini
ment will relieve
any external ache
surely ? a wel?
come sensation of
warmth and com
fort. Keep it handy.
The "Fifth Avenue Limited" on the Busy Man's Schedule ?
Lord (Sl Taylor's Express Elevators to The Man's Shop
BREEZY tropical woolens, in
? checks, herringbones, stripes
and plaids?patterns such as the
highest priced custom tailors are
Tailored vvitrfthe thoroughness
necessary to these lightweight
materials, with their skeletonized
Mohair suits, for town and
country wear ? the best work ot
the same tailors.
Fourpiece suits, including knicker
bockers, of imported gray and
gray-plaid flannels?a sport outfit of
White flannel and imported white
cricket tiannel trousers, with separate
blue sport jackets and the English
Special Extra: Greatly reduced fine
quality silk socks, at 55 cents, and im?
ported lisle socks,
in two-tone /--s.
effects, at $1.15. v-4
Lord & Taylor
38th Street FIFTH AVENUE 39th Street
Tenth Floor The "Optimus" Shoe?
Express Elevators Without Stop Exclusive in Style
at 34 th Street
Hours of business: 9 a. m. to 5:30 p. m.?Open all day Saturdays.
A REMARKABLE OPPORTUNITY
Women's Cotton Frocks
in a special offering
Exquisite, cool little
frocks of voiles and gaily
checked ginghams, made
in the most favored
Summer models. Every
variety of straight - line
frock. paneled effect. and
over-tunics ? and in all
the Summertime color
ings ? both dark and
Maize, Rose, Lavender,
Copenhagen, Pink, Hen?
na, White, Navy and
Black. Sizes 34- to 42.
Astonishing Values in
Women's Silk Frocks
Silk .Jersey Frocks of exeellent quality in sport
and dressy models of unusual smartness. In
solid shades and sport color combinations.
Also Crepe de Chine Frocks of true French
simplicity and chic. Navy and black. Sizes
34- to 44.' Fourth Floor
A Sleveless Riding Jacket
of Light JVeight Serge
lt could not be smarter if it tried
little coat of navy blue serge?or more com?
fortable either. For its cool, light weight
material is cut sleevelessly on lines that are
unquestionably correct. lt is tailored. in short,
for the equestrienne who knows good form in
riding togs. 25.00
The Women's Shoe Dept. Will Hold Thursday a
SPECIAL SALE OF
fVhite Kidskin Strap Pumps
One may choose from
three delightful models?
one, the "Richmond," of
all white kid, or white in
combination with patent,
brown, blue or green kid.
Wrhite ivory sole and
Two is the "'Olympia," two-strapped and smartly
perforated, in all white kid, with Louis XV
or "Dolly" heels.
Three is the "Elite" with double strap, straight
tip, and Louis XV or "Dolly" heels. In all
white kid. Second Floor
Rarely is such an opportunity presented?
Misses' Summer Frocks
of Checked Gingham
at the lowest price announced this season
for frocks of equal quality and smartness
Never were checked
gingham frocks so
widely in vogue, and
this sale affords an
nity to procure them
at an absurdly low
Well tailored in(
straightline or two
piece effects, with
large sport pockets,
quaint collars, youth?
ful sashes, and
blanket stitching for
trimming. The ging?
ham is of exeellent
quality, in checks of
Red, Orchid, Brown, Copenhagen, Green, Tan.
Sizes 14, 16 and 18 vears. Second Floor
Finely constructed to give
e n (1 u r i n g service ? ot'
walrus grained leather, fit
ted with military hair brush,
tooth brush holder, elothes
brush, soap box. comb,
scissors, nail file, shaving
stick and space for safety
Short Trip Bags
Made of genuine cowhide,
lined with cloth or leather
and fitted with solid brass
loeks and double handle.
. 'i_s__^:_?___s^i .i; l
Pei-sonally Selected by Our
Representative in Paris
Gorgeous with Hand j
Very Specially Priced
For a Summer evening wrap
there is nothing quite so
exquisite ? so daring ? so
Continental as one of these
silken shawls draped lux
uriously over one's* shoul?
ders. They may be had
with either sell" or contrast
ing embroidery in the
French rose design. The
colorings are simply exqui?
site, Size: 21/. yards square.
?says Paris, and so every
one in tiie French Metro
polis wears this youthful,
vivid color. We feature
Thursday RED novelty
necklaces, bracelets, ear
rings and pendants.
?bangle style bracelets,
necklaces of cut, perfectly
graduated beads, and ear
rings in hoop, pendant or
loop effects. Splendid
values! Street Floor
Imported French Blouses
in a Special Presentation Thursday
?personally selected by our representa?
tive in Paris?otherwise we could not
possibly offer them at the following low
and rows of exquisite drawn work.
and delicate pastel shades.
A Daintily Frilled Blouse, that makes it admir
ably adapted for wear with sleeveless frocks
or sweaters?the collar fits beautifully, and
hand drawn work makes it unusually attractive.
Third Floor .
Gray Hair Switches
Made of real hair, naturallv waved, ready to
complete the gray coiffure. Third Floor
Indispensable for Summer?and
unusually low priced
WOMEN'S AXD MISSES'
Worsted KnitBath ing
Bathing Suits that are
meant for bathing ?
because they can come
out of the water with just
as much charm as they
went in. And they wdll
wear surprisingly well,
too?for they are knit of
a fine quality worsted,
cleverly fashioned to al
low freedom, yet prevent
stretching. May be had
in a variety of solid colors,
or with contrasting trim
mings. Bloomers ortights
Bathing Caps to match 25c to 8.95
Complete line of Bloomers, Combinations and
1.00 to 10.00
all bathing accessories
A Special Collection of Women's
will be offered Thursday at very special prices
Step-in Drawers of
nainsook and pink ba?
tiste, or of dotted Seco
silk, lace trimmed. Also
pink batiste bloomers,
cut full, and trimmed
with lace-edged ruffle.
of exeellent quality, in
Empire model, with fine
embroidery beading at
the waist ? and rpund
or square yoke of lace
insertion combined with
A Collarless Square Neck Blouse?every bit
made bv hand, its onlv ornamentation rows