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That U. S. Run
Creates Federal Chemical
Corporation to Develop
Water Power and ?Nitrate
Would Complete Dams
Operation Would Be Direct?
ed by Three Persons Ap?
pointed by the Presi?Vm
WASHINGTON*, ?prii S By The A -
jociated Prats).- A c??en-.ir.ent-o*-ncd
and operated corpor^t!? n, ?.-> be con
ducted onda? ine tupa?i s: -* n of three
,? ;-c!nrs ?ppointed bv 'he Presiden'.
for development of ?>.? nitrate and
water pov??r r'o;cc'? ?? Mu:>c'." Shoals,
Alabama, was proposed ?n a Congres?
sional resolution anil rubi.e *o night
by ??en?tnr Norria, o* Nebraska, chair?
man a' 'ir Sena'a A?eicuU?ral Com
miiW?. The ?e>ciu-.:rr ivi.l be intro?
duced m tne Sens'.? Monday and re?
ferred '.? ll'e Agricultura' <"on>mittee
'or eon?M?r?lion ir route.?) :??? with
heariogt begin n.ag 'bei-? on the four
t rival? pruuo-^1?!? or Muscle Shoals
submitted bv H-nry Kord, thu Alabama
Power Compni.v, Frederick Kngstrum
and CharUs Parsons
While no ?ppronriatioe is asked for
?he devc\opn.en* of the protects, Con?
gressional authority ?a '?"ouested for
? he csatlon of i' ?'Federal chemica!
eorpcation'' Bid foi ihe Secretary of
War to "compipto Ihe cons'ruction of
Dam- N'os. - and 3 in the Tennesse?
j River, as well as the making of sur?
veys m the river and its tributaries for
vne location of storage reservoirs and,
if necessary, the construction of addi?
tional dams there.
A formal statement issuej by Sena?
tor Norris analyzing the provisions of
his resolution says:
"The bill which I have prepared pro?
viding for the development of Muscle
Shoals provides thnt the Secretary of
War shnll proced to the completion of
dnms Nos. 2 and 3 at Muscle Shoals,
and then shall cause a survey of the
Tennessee Hiver and its tributaries tc
be made with a view uf locating stor
?J. o reservoirs.
"It must he understood that this bil
in 110 way interferes with the motioi
that I shall make providing for u:
amendment to the military affairs up
prourlatirm bill (meting th?- Secretar'
of War to commence at once work 01
tin Wilson, d.im.
""I h? bill provides for the incorpora
'ion of a Federal i hemical corporator
In order to kc:p this Out of politic*
htfve provided that the board of ii
rcetcrs shall hold office during f, )o
behavior, which means life, the sain
?.s the Supreme Court, but with a r
cnll provision that a member can b
removed any time by concurrent res<
lution of Ho ise ?>nd Senate. There
als" a provision making it a misd:
meanor ;'or any nornbev of the bo*ii
to permit the u?>e of political or ?a?
;san infiuenco in th<> selection of s
employee or in the promotion of ai
such employee, and if any member
the board shall take any efficinl actif
for political reasons be tthall be sj
ject to a fine and imprisonment, and
conviction of this offense will ?ut
mntically n move him from office.
'?This eorporation will have char
of all property, including the dams, ,
the machinery, railroads, engines, ca
etc.. amounting in value when the wo
is completed to several hundred of m
lions of dollars?. The corporation w
have authority in time of peace
manufactuae fertilizer nnd to establi
an agency 'for the selling of f?rtil?
anywhere in the United States, and
ordr to prevent monopoly in the f
tilizer business they have authority
make a complete fertilizer and to a
chemicals for the manufacture of f
tilizers, with the provision that si
A'o f um ting, waiting
or saving some hot
water for other
folks. There is
plenty for all.
, unlimited hot water
nstantly 24 hours a day.
ot water is as easy to draw
you had a hot water
n in the celia:*.
Turn on any hot water faucet
Vid the PITTSBURG lights itself.
InWnse heat concentrates on the
coppeWcoils through which the
water ncH^s. Hot water flows im?
mediately, cts. clear and free from
rust or sediment as the cold.
It will hp?t just a few gallons,
delivey hot water steadily for
hoiks iffyou wish. You pay for
only\^hft you use ; when you stop
drawnVJ hot water the heating
I flame goms out.
Made in exactly the size needed for
your home, and sold on partial pay?
ments you can meet without incon?
venience. First payment as low as $15;
balance arranged to suit you.
Whether you are ready to consider
buying just now or not, come and see a
Pittsburg in action in our salesroom,
providing a steady, sure supply o* flow?
ing hot water.
W. A. BUERKLE SALES COMPANY, Distributor
212 Living.ton St. BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Telrphone*.: Main lftHl?-168Z
Also shown and sold at all Gas Company
Offices in Manhattan, Bronx and Queens
Boroughs, and Westchester County.
[ manufacturers shall agree to the pro- |
? visions of the board, it being th" ob
'. ject of this part of the bill to prevent
monopoly in the fertilizer business.
Express authority is given, if neces?
sary, to sell direct to the farmer and
to organizations of farmers.
Peaches Poison Three
Patrolmen Keliy and Snflfer, of the
; West 136th Street police station, found
i Ephraim lnaquen, his wife and a guest,
i Lola Quisido, unconscious last night
i in the Inaquen apartment at 'J34 Wcs-t
! 134th Street. Neighbors Raid there
i hnd been a party. Some canned peaches
, still remained on the table.
While they were waiting for an am?
bulance, tho patrolmen forced eggs
'? and mustard and milk down the throats
?of Inaquen and the two women. The
' ambulance surgeon said that this was
lall that saved their lives. It was said
at Harlem Hospital, where they wert
taken, that all three were suffering
; from ptomaine poisoning. The con
1 dition of the women is serious. The
; lnaquens were married three week.
Denby Bars Political Speeches
From All Naval Radio Stations
WASHINGTON, April 8?"NOF is
This wireless edict to-day by Secre?
tory Denby closed NOF?the naval
wireless station at Anacostia.and all
other naval radio stations against po?
The order grounded ?numerable
campaign speeches by members of Con?
gress planning to follow the innovation
of Senators Lodge, of Massachusetts,
New, of Indiana, and others who have
beer, addressing constituents at home
by radiophone through the naval sta?
It also solved Secretary Denby'i
problem of whether the navy station?
should become adjuncts of the cominf
political campaign, and sent chills of
regret tnrough the receivers of the
myriad of politicians who were making
' connections for ra?iophone spellbind
Some candidates to-night were con
? sideling a possible SOS, but Secre?
tary Denby was said to be determined.
He was preparing to insist that the
politicians be drowned out of the naval
, stations and that the order stand, for
Republicans, Democrats and others
A few of the disappointed ones
, sought solace in the reflection that the
folks back home might prefer, after all,
. to sec them face to face. Anyway, they
said, they were not so sure they want?
ed an ether mixture of their utter?
ances, with rival wavelets from a jazz
orchestra, a woman soprano, weather
I " !
; rcpoits and the prices of cheese and,
Mr. Denby'a "NOF is out P. O. Q."
' was described at the Navy Department.
as a temporary order to be effective
! until some comprehensive plan of con
' trol could be devised. It was accepted
1 at the Capitol, however, which has been
buzzing with controversy over Demo?
! cratic charges that only Republicans
: are permitted to "broadcast." as mean
' injr ihat no stay-at-home gnellbinding
I can be conducl..; by either party
throuph the navy stations from now
until Election Day.
New IMione Exchange Opens
A new telephone exchange, w'.lich has
i been designated as "Hnvemeycr," was
opened in Queens last night by the
New York Telephone Company as a
'part of its plan to expand the system
in that borough. The new office serves
; a portion of the area which has hith
! erlo been served by the Newtown cen
j tral office. A large number of New
! town lines were transferred to the
la " TPl
The Facilities of
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Are at Your Disposal
FULTON A SMITH STREETS. BROOKLYN
Telephone Triangle 5900
2% on Valuation of $500 or More
3% on Leaser Valuation
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James McCreery & Co.
Her Bridal Gown?
A radiant creation it should
be?a gown so gloriously
beautiful as to reflect the
happiness of the heart that
beats beneath it! At Mc
Creery's will the bride-to-be
find gowns such as only the
betrothed e'er dream of?
visions of sheer loveliness
wrought of gleaming satin,
gossamer laces or softest
crepe. Some are majestic creations en?
dowed with queenly grace. Others are
lightsome, girlish affairs?fluttery?viva?
Her Bridal Veil
May she choose one of those entrancing
new conceits that frame the beauty of the
bride in soft becorningness?such veils as
now grace our Veiling Section, where at?
tendants adept in draping and arranging
veils are always at the service of the bride
Her Slippers, Hose arid Gloves?
Since footwear modes are so delightful?
ly fanciful this season, the bride-to-be may
choose with propriety frivolous affairs of
glittering silvered fabrics, dainty types of
soft kid or lustrous satin. And she may
add to their lovelinass ornaments of bril?
liants or scintillating slipper rings.
Matching hose she will find here, too, of
the rare quality that befits so momentous
an occasion as her bridal clay?lacy, cob?
webby styles or simpler kinds. And gloves,
too, of French Glace Kid in any length the
bridal gown requires.
Entranrinp Frock3 and
Hats for Her Attendants?
Bridesmaids' gowns of flower-like
beauty,, all a-flutter with petals of chiffon
in any vivid or delicate color scheme the
bride may choose. Also billowy affairs,
quaint and picturesque, of crisp Taffeta?
or clinging style? of crepe. And hats
picturesque or demure, as better suits the
scheme, to match or contrast with the
Her "Going Away"
We suggest a Costume Suit?a
handsome gown-and-cape or
A host of captivating affairs
awaits her selection at Mc
Women's Goats, Wraps, Gapes
In A Special Easter Offering At
5250 and 78-00
An unusual amount of thought and care was expended in
the selection of these Wraps, it being our aim to group for the
week preceding Easter a host of captivating models, every one
of which would reflect style to the utmost, richness, quality and
good value. We are confident that we have realized our aim.
As the season advances, the Wrap
of Silk appears in fascinating guises.
At 52.50 there are alluring creations
that ripple from the shoulder, in
cape style, or cling in engaging
ways, developed in Canton Crepe.
Matelasse, Crepe Satin or Chinchilla
Satin of superior quality, topped
with flattering collars of Gray or
Black Caracul. All are beautifully
Wraps characterized by an air of
genuine elegance, evolved from a
superior quality Cashmere Duvetyn,
the loveliest fabric in fashion. There
are Capes as well as Wrap effects
with sleeves, many collared with
Gray or Black Caracul. Each model
is an exclusive one, adapted from a
recent import. All are sumptuously
lined with silk of contrasting shade.
Every fashionable shade, as well
Tricotine ? Spongeen
In Suits for Women
A Pre-Easter offering of the types of suits
all women desire?clean-cut, sharply tailored
suits of marked distinction.
Some are unadorned, the better to display
the beauty of their lines, others feature insets
of material, odd arrangements of braid, loops
of material, arrow-heads or fine pin tucks.
The fashionable one-link-button coat is among
the styles featured.
Those of Twill or Tricotine are available in
Navy or Black; those of Spongeen in Darde
nella, Ladybird or Fallow.
Gloves Are Important?
quite as important as the Easter
Frock or Suit. We have, therefore,
provided an Easter Special in a real
kid mousquetaire of elbow length.
They are so attractive, it will merely
be a question as to whether you want
White, Tan, Brown or Black.
Sachet Powder Adds Charm
Your hat and frock may enhance
your good appearance, but it is the
delicate fragrance which envelops
you that adds to your charm, your
individuality, your personality.
Coty's L'Origan, La Rose, Jacque?
minot, Chypre, L'Effleurt and
Jasmin odors are but 1.50 box
The Very Blouse for Easter
Of Beaded Crepe de Chine
Such blouses as these lend a
happy note to severe tailleurs, and
are most congenial with more
They are fashioned of a heavy
lustrous quality Crepe de Chine
j. and are literally showered with
iridescent or steel beads!
At 9.75 they present a value
that is self-evident. Available in
Black, Navy Blue, Gray, Jade
_ "The Chicadee"
for Easter Wear
m.w< At 9.75
A host of engaging models for dress,
street and sport wear, among which is the
season's favorite style?a one-strap affair
with patent vamps and gray suede quar?
ters or with tan calf vamps and fawn
suede backs, or of all over patent leather
or tan calfskin. It is known as "The
At this price there is great latitude for
choice in dress, street and sport model?.
One of the most popular styles in this
group is a beige colored calfskin sport ox?
ford with instep apron and wing tip?rub?
ber soles and heels, or of pearl gray calf?
skin trimmed with Black. It is called
Entirely hand-decorated by the Japan?
ese. There are large and medium size
models of fine hand-woven straw, most
beautifully embroidered in vivid or soft
Fancy how fetching these hats will
combine with sport costumes and how ef?
fective with Tweed suits!
Dark and light colors.
FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY ONLY
All Imported Hats
(Third Floor, Annex)