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VAN HAKE TO HALT
HYLAFS INDICTMENT
Richmond Borough President
Says Jury May Act on Jndgo
Tiornan's Advice.
BEGS TRACTION RELIEF
llcdloy Tolls Board of Esti
mate I. It. T.'.Can Worry'
Along-ri While on 5c. Fare.
Tho Board of jpatlmat discontinued
tor a Um yesterday Irs Inquiry Into the
Jtitcrborounh'a iliiances after President
j ranli Hcdloy had reiterated the request
for a faro "frorakcIght to ten cents."
hut wld the company's' financial condi
tion had so improved In recent weeks
that It could pay obligations due July 5
mid perhaps even get 'alone until Jan
nary. Immediately thereafter Borough
President Van Name called upon tho
Hoard to savtf Mayor Hylan from Indict
ment by a Statcn Island Grand Jury and
Mnieelf from being subpoenaed by the.
r 8ino dread body by dolnB something for
liift constituents who havo to walk bo
rauso of tho tleup on tho surface lines.
Mr. Van Name read a newspaper clip
ping containing a report of tho charge
to tho IUchmond county Grand Jury de
livered on Tucsdny by County Judge J.
3 lurry TIcrnnn, the purport of which Mr.
" mi .N'nmo believed to bo that this Mayor.
la.use ho had permitted the surface
tinin'c on Staten Island, to ceaeo through
neglect, might be Indicted criminally by
tins Grand Jury. In tho clipping, as
rind by Mr. Van Name, Judge Tlernan
VH3 quoted as directing the Grand Jury
to "see what could be done along crim
inal lines if wo cannot get any "relief
liom our public officials or tho civil
branch of tho court"
Judge Tlernan was then quoted ns
raying: "I do not caro who tho official
may be ; I do not care what his title Is ;
I do not caro what power he possesses
under tho law, If he Is false In the per
formance of his duty ho Is guilty of
rmilfeasunco In office and should bo re
indved." And more to the effect that
ir ihat was tho case It was up to tho
Grand Jury to do Its duty.
Jut!" I.lkcly Mean Hylan.
Mr. Von Name said ho did nol think
Juris" Tlernan referred to himself, but
thought ho meant Mayor Hylan Pe
titions for transit relief by Staten Isl
miclera were filed January 16, he said,
nnd tho Board of Estimate had done
nothing about them. President Curran
at tho Horough of Manhattan said that
i a meeting of tho committee of tho
Board of Estimate- on January 13 he
proposed that the board Inquire first
into tho midland routes on .Swtei? Isl
and because 11 appeared they were
about to discontinue, as they havo since
dnno. Ho moved that tho Staten Island
rltuation bo Investigated.
i 'omptrollcr Craig" said such a motion
came with III grace from Mr. Curran
bemuse It wus the latter's fault that
operation had ccasod.. Mr. Curran
called that "reckli-Sa disregard of the
truth." whereupon Mr. Craig said that
Mr. Curran and Aldermanlc President
I-a Gunrdla. tho Republican members
of tho Board of Estimate, voted against
tho resolution when ho (Comptroller
ralg) moved that a receiver bo ap
pointed for tho Staten Island lines and
application made for a court order re
training their discontinuance.
Mr. Curran, seconded by Mr. La
Ouardla, who, presided ns acting Mayor,
replied that tho motion to which
.Comptroller Craig referred was hastily
drawn and they 'needed time to con
sider It. For the next fcw'rnlnutes ar
gument went back and vforth between
Republican and Democratic members
when Mr. Van Name called upon Com
missioner of Accounts Hlrechflcld to
glvo expert testimony about tho Rlch
mond County Grand Jury.
"The Richmond Ltaht and Power Com
pany has pretty near Its own way on
Staten Island." eald Mr. Hlrschlleld.
"Tho Grand Jurors and other people are
It:- friends. And wo also, know It Is re
ported that tho County Judge who tm
pniieljed tho Grand Jury has appeared no
a'.torny or counsel for that samo com
pany." This reference was to County Judge
Ticrnan.
Cm Ik Explains Implication.
Comptroller Craig believed the charge
teplled not only that, as Mr. Van Name
said, the Board of Estimate committed
a crime In falling to consider the peti
tion Staten Islanders Hied In" early Jan
uary, but that the officers and directors
of the company had committed a crime.
Mr. Van Name was evidently perturbed
because, he said, 'they have a habit of
finding Indictments down there."
"I don't Intend to be bluffed by them."
raid Comptroller Crafg.
Mr. Curran's motion was lost and tho
question was adjourned until to-day.
Jlorough President Van .Name- Intro
duced also a resolution, which was lost,
that tho Board authorize an increase In
faro from five to ten cents. Including
free transfers on all lines of tho Statcn
3.land Midland Railroad Company. Mr.
Van Name alone voted for his resolution,
the outer members of tho board holding
in substance that the board had no au
thority to sottlo the question offhand in
that manner.
After this discussion, however, the
board did direct Corporation counsel
Burr to enforce whatever rights of for
feiture tho city has In tho franchises of
the surfaco lines abandoned under di
lution of the Federal court by Job E.
Hedges as receiver for tho New York
Hallways Company, These ?lnes are
about sixteen miles In extent and com
prise storage battery lines, the Sixth
avenue ferry line, avenue C, Desbrosses
and Chambers crosstown.
Active debate preceded passage of the
Hourly Service Restored
To Philadelphia
f , ' by the
Central Railroad of New Jersey
Express trains leave New York, Liberty Street, for
Philadelphia week days at:
7:00 A. M., 8:00 A. M.t 10:00 A. M., 12:00 Noon,
2:00 P. M., 4:00 P. M., 5:00 P. ML 5:00 P. M., 10:00
P. M., ant) 12:15 Midnight, all with connections
from Wesf 23rd Street, except the Midnight train.
Parlor cars on all day trains and dining-club cars at
convenient hours. Sleeping car on Midnight train
open from 10:00 P- M. to 7:00 A. M.
Additional trains will also be run from Philadelphia
to New York.' '
motion, Borough , President Connolly ask
ing to be axcuutd from voting because
the motion might bo construed as violat
ing tho Federal Court order enjoining
against Interfering with tho receiver.
Henry L. SUmson, attorney for Mr.
Hedges, asked Comptroller Craig If the
motion was Intended as a threat to the
court. Mr. Craig said ho Intended It to
forco a ruling from the court
I. B. T. Finances explained.
Mr. Medley's testimony In tho morn
ing session Included a reiteration of his
exhortation to the board to get together
with tho Interborough t6 consider ways
and means to lmprovo the company's
situation. He stressed his previous
statement that tho city needs new rapid
transit lines, but said tho Interborough
coutd not ralso tho money for new sub
way lines. However, tho company haB
"enough to get along with for the
moment," ho eald.
Comptroller Craig tried to get Mr.
Hedloy to' say that tho Interborough
could not get enough receipts to pay all
the liabilities that must bo met between
now and July S, but Mr. Hcdley thought
if could bo dono.
"Personally I am Inclined to think that,
wo will get over the 6th of July and be
nblo to pay nil our debts that wo have
to pay to keep us out of tho hands of
a receiver," he said. Comptroller Craig
remarked upon Mr. Hcdley'o optimism as
compared to his previous appearance.
Comptroller Craig proposed that Mr.
Hedley put a valuation on the money
Invested In the Interborough by private
capital and the surrender of tho contract
and leave tho question of fares to tho
city wiftn the surrender takes place.
Sir. Hedley eald of course euch a pro
posal would have to be submitted to the
stockholders, and .James U Quackcn-
bush, attorney for tho Interborough,
said tho constitution prevented tho city
buying a single share of stock.
"Don't worry about tho constitution."
said Mr. Craig.
statement wero filed showing that
August Belmont and August Belmont &
Co. received R000.000 from the Intcr-
uorough. counting fees for services, Mr.
Bolmont's salary and dividends on stock.
Tho hearing adjourned until to-day. .
HOTEL ROBBERS GET
52 YEARS, AiRECORD
Attacked Texas Couple in the
. Knickerbocker.
Ramon' Rodriguez and Adrlano Alva
rcr. convicted of a brutal attack upon
Aloyslous. Broderick, a Texas oil man,
and his wife, at the Hotel Knickerbocker,
nnd tho theft of $30,000 worth of Jewelry
from them, received tho longest prison
sentonco of prcsnt day rcord yesterday
when they were brought before Judge
John J. Mclntyro In the Court of Gen
eral Session
After declaring such crimes should be
punished by death. Judge Mclntyro
said tho ordinary term of a "life" sen
tence has been so rcducod by commuta
tions for good conduct as to bo too brief
to meet the demands of tho case. He
then fixed the tentcn.ee for each of the
defendants nt flfty-two and a half years.
"Both of these men wero murderers
nt heart," said the Judge. They wero
stayed from murder only becauso 'It did
not best fit their purpose. .They are as
desperate, murderous and dangerous an
any hardened criminals who ever came
before me. It Is ttmo for tho Legislature
to pass a law punishing robbery and
burglary In tho first degroo by death In
tho cloctrlo chair."
GREENWICH I00T RECOVERED.
Taken From Iloomn of Ilurmur.
Slain by Major McMnrtry.
Loot of sixteen burglaries packed In
suit cases was recovered yeaterday at
Greenwich, Conn., In rooms formerly
occupied by Anthony Forlonzo and John
Moccla, who were shot and killed by
Major Allen McMurtry while they were
plundering a wine cellar at the country
residence of Mrs. Eliza G. Morris at
Sound Beach three weeks ago. A great
quantity of Jewelry, silverware, cloth
ing and other articles was found, some
of them having been taken In rob
beries In 1918.
Many persons prominent In the Grcen
wldh section hava been been summoned
to Identify their property. The total
loot Is estimated nt $5,000.
DR. H. H0IBR00K CURTIS HI.
Xoted Throat Specialist .Confined
to Bed Six tVccka.
Dr. H. Holhrook Curtis, eminent throat
specialist, who attended Col. Theodore
Roosevelt when the latter was. afflicted
with vocal trouble In the summer of 1914
as an aftermath of the tropical fever con
tracted In South America. Is lying seri
ously ill at hlslhomc, 853 Seventh ave
nue. He was ea,ld yesterday to bo "Just
about holding his own."
The physician, who Is 63 years old, has
been In bed for the last six weeks. He
Is said to bo suffering from diabetes.
His brother, William Edmond Curtis, an
attorney of 30 Broaa street, was at tho
bedside yesterday.
Dr. Curtis has become noted through
his ministrations to opera singers.
Collector to Open Branch.
William II. Edwards, Collector of In
ternal Revenue, announced yesterday
that another branch of his olflco would
be opened this morning for the benefit
of taxpayers In tho baoement of the
East River Savings Bank, Broadway
and Reado streets. Income blanks will
be distributed at tho 'new office and
checks and money orders received, but
no cash will be handled. The branch
will bo permanent.
Will Appeal for $712,000.
A deficit of $100,000 in current ex
penses and the necessity for additions
and Improvements In equipment are to
be met by a public appeal for 1712,000,
the Society of the New' Tork Hospital,
operating Now Tork Hospital Blooming
dale Hospital and the Campbell Cottages
for Convalescent Children at White
Plains, announced yesterday.
THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERAiD, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920,
CITY BUDGET AND
TAX RATE FIXED
Aldermen Adopt Committee
Itoport, Sotting 1020 TotiiX.
nt $278,009,405.18.
ASSESSMENT, 98,620,121,707
Valuations of Taxable Proper
ties in FIvo Boroughs and
Amount of Levy.
The Hoard of Aldermen yesterday
adopted the report of tho Finance Com
mltteo fixing tho city budget for 1920
at $273,689,485.13, consisting of $8,539,
150.37 direct State taxes; 3256,441,
440.16, city department appropriations,
debt, servIco and deflclencea In taxes;
J8,708',88?.60, county expenses in Nqw
Tork, Bronx, Kings, Queens and Rich
mond.
In addition there Is $514,489.96, rep-i
resenting county liabilities paid front the
proceeds of special revenue- bonds dur
ing 1919, which must be raised this year
under tho charter provisions.
Comptroller Charted I, Crale esti
mates that tho revenues received from
the generat fund, consisting of fines and
fees, will amount to $00,020,647.78,
which together with tho J8.708.88S 'of
county expenses being deducted, leave
tho amount to bo raised for city pur
poses and State taxes $204,959,536.33,
lo meet the budget tho adopted re
port provides the following assessed
valuations of taxable properties In the
flvo counties nnd rates of taxation to bo
levied upon those vafuatlons:
Assessed Valuations,
Prop, liable
. . , lor local
COUntr HAAJ ftfltatrt Puranniil nilpnnu.
ew YorM5.lSU.rn.Mf tt7.0i.1.350 t5,l3J35.a7
Ilronx 7M.MS.Kt 17.21t.KH) 770.61,
Hlon l,937,Stl.:05 41,192.800 1.9T.00.10i
Queens .... 6&,409,1M S.792,100 etS.S01.SS9
IUchmond J11.H21.193 2.218.SJJ 1H,(W7.127
Gnd Total $S.W.1.7M IIM.SOG.IU lS.922.e27.M2
Hate of Tax.
Heal Local
and per- Improve- Total on Personal
Counts aonal L mnnU ri-Attv rilnla
New York. .0239 .cool ,02 .0239
uronx 0244 .0009 .0253 .0244
Knira 0243 .Mil .0254 .OiM
Qnoens o:it ,0012 .0251
IUchmond . .0253 .0001 .0253
County Charges and Expensea.
The county charges and expenses in
cluded In tho budget and the county
charges or liabilities paid from the pro
ceeds of special revenue bonds during the
year 1919 are in totals as follows:
Amounts Paid
Amount) in Durincisn
Oountlra. Iludjet. from Uoml. Total.
New York M.3U.155.12 JM.I11 04 lt.Sl.56.l
Bronx
1.0SS,!90.:t 47.909.41 l.W.299.77
. 2t413.90S.33 162.954 2, 6T6.SS5.09
. Cil.ttl.tS 24,448.79 CS3.1U.44
. 229,77.1S 23,763.91 :33,63t.l0
Klnza .....
Queens
Richmond
Total 55.70S.SSS.CO 514.4U.H J,H3,S7$.5fi
City ttud Doroagh Anacsiraentii.
The amount of assessments on tho
city as n. whole and on the several bor
oughs named to be raised with the taxcR
levied Irf the year 1920 on real estato,
pursuant to the provisions of the Greater
New York charter, as amended, Is as
follows :
Whole cltr ,
(a)
fi)
(a)
..(a) IU33.X.
..(b) M2.2U.27
3J17.497.B
4,l2,42t(S
5St.M0.51
Manhattan .
The Bronx .
Brooklyn ..
Brooklyn ..
1,913,787.62
Qufcna
Ore-fifth of J1.",S1!.43
or (O l7,23.6
Pius 2 years' IntereU
thereon (c) t4,T34.6
(a) 511.175.45
'TSt 273.30
Tntil amnnnt of asttsiments to
be raised with tax oi isa) w.sw.iw
Tho amount of assessments laid re
spectively on tho city and on the bor
oughs named for the awards and costs
of tho Seventh avenue widening Is Indi
cated by tho letter (a) ; tho one-fifth
payablo In 1920 of the assessment
on Queens for tho Queens Boulevard
widening by the letter (c), nnd tho total
amount of assessments on five Improve
ment!) levied on Brooklyn Is Indicated
by the letter (b).
TOM MASS0N GETS "VACATION."
Ilernlrer Bullet Wound
In Leg:
Given Jllm n Itest..
Thomas U Masson. editor of Lifr, Is
under treatment at Mountainside Hos
oltal. Olen Ridge, N. J., for a bullet
wounf In the leg received while he was
cleaning a revolver several aays ago.
Members of his family report he Is im
proving steadily.
Mr. Jiasson w wm eos 17 .w.'Hot Sprlnra. Ark.; Sfajor Henry W, Grady
day to express considerable delight that nd Capt Chartt B. Brenn. at General
Masson was wen enouxn yesier-
Across the Continent
with the U. S. Mail
"Neither tnow tier rain nor heat nor gloom of night
stays these farriers frpm the swift completion-of their
appointed rounds."
That it the motto of the TJ. S. Fort Office. Can anv'trtbutt
to aircraft attest iu dependability more fully than its adop
tion for regular mail router?
The record for the first rear nai 128,255 air miles cov
ered, 7,720,(40 letters carried, or more than enough letters
to give every man, woman and child in Greater New York
one letter by airplane.
See the new Tranioontawatal Mail Plase, convertible into
a war plane over night; the Atrial Freighter, the 12 pat
tehger Air Liner, the Aerial Pullman, Firing; Limousine,
Aerial Coupe,' the Cabin Cruiser of the iky, the Pony Blimp
for private uie, the Baby Sport Plane, eotting bo more than
a good runabout cat and requiring a hangar little larger
than your private oarage, and many other aircraft '
Let your children observe aviation
progress. They belong to the age
of flight. Bring them to the show.
SECOND
71 Regiment Armory
MSt&ftxkAre. Mar.6U!tol3thIncJ. Open Sundry
tho accident had take Dlaco. Ho eald
It has given Win his first vacation In
years; oM bo recommends tho method
to tired business men. Mr, MaisOnn
homo Is at Qlen IUdge
Students to Ilto 9100,000.
BptcM to tut Bon and Niw Toax ntuu,
miNcrroN, N. J., March 3. Prince
ton's undcrgraduateu gave hearty In
dorsement to, tho Princeton endowment
campaign at a mass meeting hero to
night Tho students voluntarily under
took to raise tho sum of $100,000 in a
campus drive ending on the night of
March 15.
ARJiY ORDERS.
Special U inn 8oh nd New Yoax IUsiLD.
WASHINGTON. March 3.-Thea Army oiitn
wero made public to-day:
QUABTBnJIASTBIt CORr8.
Pint Unit. ICdwln Hawca Stood, honorably
discharged: Second Iut. Aithur Asher Ora
vatt. Honorably fllactiarrni; t;pi. nuiiam utj,
to IVrt Wlnaate; Col. Krancii II. Wncoin, to
Camp Kuitln; I.leut.-Col. ITancIs M. Illnkle, to
Camp Kfarncy. Urut.-Col. Ouy 1. Itowe, four,
teen daya' leave granted.
INFANTRY
Major Alexander U Morrin. to Camp Fnnston.
KolloVlng officers will rfport In pemon to pres
ident at eiamlnlnj board cunrcned by com.
mandlng General Bouthcantern Department fot
examination Infantry officers: Second Weut.
Josiah T. Dalbey, Second I.leut. Ijigan O. 8butt
Second Lieut. Htnart Utile. Second I.leut. Hil
ton E. llelDko, Second I.leut. John I. Larag
nlno, Second Lieut. Hoyal W. Park, Second
Lieut, Philip Mol. Whitney, Second Lieut.
Christopher Hlldebrand, Second Lieut. .Toaepb
II. Warren. Second Lieut. John D. Frederick,
. ..... . r. I . i n t'.. - aMiA T.tallt.
nevomi liirui. iiitunni it. uiuiii j, uvv.. .........
Joseph (J. l'aniarella, Second Lieut. Dwlfht U
Adams, Second Lieut Lester O. Deanan, Second
Ueut. Ilenry U. Sheets, isecona i.irui, .-
W. Cooey, Second Llnt. William B. HcJIaa
ter, Second Lieut. Paul B. Carl, Second Lieut.
Cornelius IX O'Connor. Second Lieut Joseph
A. Cranston. Second lut. Maurice U Rosen
thal, cefoml Lieut. Wlllard L. Inaacs. Second
l.l.n WMHnm 11 Kun Jr.; Second l.lflll.
Harold It. I'.uiery, Second Lieut. Darld S. Mc
Lean. Second Liuut. William J. Moroner, Second
Lieut, nnswll Wllilamfon. Second Lieut.
Cbarle L. Keeran. Jr.; Second Llcnt. Howard
I. Johnson, Second Lieut. Franklin U Bash,
Second Lieut, Kdsar II. Snodcrass, Second
IJeut. Clsnde II. Ferenbiujh. Second Lieut.
.Una C. Hamilton. Second Lieut. "Moid S.
Ruth, Second Lieut Sterling K. Whltesldes,
Jr.; Second Lieut. Lewis S.' Sorley, Jr.: Second
Licit. Albert C. Wedemeyer, Second IJeut.
Ralph J. Miller, Second Lieut. John L. Denny.
Second Lieut. Boswell 11. Hart, Second .Lieut.
Herbert J. Bless. Second Lieut. Henry I. Say
inamkl, Second Lieut Ulrlc L. Fomby, Second
Lieut. Frederick II. Porter, Second Lieut. Bryan
S. IHlter nnd Second Lieut Hnghes Steele.
Capt. Jebn A.' Stewart, special orders retoked:
Capt Jhn It Dlnsmore. to Huntington, .
Val; Major John II. Hughes, detailed for aer
Tlce and to fill xacancy in Inspector-General a
Department: Major Douglas rotts, special or
dera rcTokfd; First Lieut Charles I. Mew.
honorably discharged; First Lieut, franklin I .
Shaw, special orders rescinded; Major Stephen
O. Fuqna. nieelal order reroked-. Major Ralph
Slate, detailed as assistant protestor of mil Wry
wlcnce and UcUca at the Iowa State College
of Agricultural and Mechanical Arta.
. MEDICAL COUPS,
i.i.iit William Oscar Sweek. ap
pointment for period of existing emer
Sency confirmed: First Lieut, Leon Ottley
l'lndir, to lTovldcnce. It L'.' Capt. Frank
Albert Fearnoy, to Fort Mcllenry: Firat
Lieut Melglo Ward, to Oteen. N. C..
Lieut-Col. Robert C. Loving, at Fort
Dougiaa; Lleut.-Col. James D. Ileyylnger,
at Fort William: Lleut.-Col. Charles
Marrow, at Fort Caswell: Major Philip
W. Connelly, at Fort Screven; Lleut.-Col.
Frederick A. Dale and Capt. James .
Duokworth. at Fort Oglethorpe; Col..
Henry A. Webber nnd Major F. Lull, at
Fort Banks: Major William Cole Davis
and Capt. James A. Simpson, at Browns
ville. Tex., and Lleut.-Col. Henry II. Ruth
erford, at Fort Knelling. Appointed under,
provlilons of circular No. D72 December
27, 3910, War Department, to meet at i
the placea designated for the purpose of
conducting the examination of nppllcanta
for appointment In. the Medical Corps:
Majors Howard McC. Snyder and Thomas
11. Johnson, at Tort Leavenworth;. Majors
William M. Archer, Jr., and James M.
Troutt. at Fort Sill; Col. John B. Huggina
and Major Shannon L. Van Valxah. at
Fort Monroe; Major Hiram A. Phillips
and Capt. Burrs S. Burnet, at base hos
pital. Iort Sam Houston; Major Clarke
Blanco and Capt John J. Moore, at basa
hospital. Fort Bliss; Col. Irving W. Rand.
at rort l. A. uuij;::; Major Kaion .
Newton and First Lieut Virgil H. 'Cornell,
at Fort Thomaa: IJeut.-Col. Theodore II.
Lnmson. at Kort Barrancas: Majors Ed
ward M. Welles. Jr., and Leon A. Kni. at
Fort Bayard; Capt. William 'W. MeCaw.
at Fort Ontario; Col. Alexander Murray
and Major Leesan O. Tartle.ton. at Camp
Pike; Major Charles E. McBrayer and
Capt. Urnest B. Saye. at -Camo Dodge. ,
Majors David D. Hogan and Walter J.
1) .1 . .Amn T -l. . f Inr. TftB.nll I
h-1 Bastion and Hew B. McMurdo. at Camp J
Zachary Taylor: Col. Arthur M. Whaley I
nnd Major Arthur M. Alden, at ramp
Grant: Majors Edwin L. Rich and Prea
cott S. Tucker, nt Camo Dlx: Col. Will
iam II. Terft and Major Frederick II,
Mills, at Camp Bragg: Mijors Harry S.
Purncll and Henry C. Blerhower, at Camp
Custer; Majors Roy C. Haflobower and
Wood S. Woolford. at Camp Sherman;
IJeut.-Col. Conrad E. Koerper and MJor
Charles M. O'Connor, Jr., at Camp Ben
nlng; Majors Thomas K. llarwood. Jr..
and Edward A. Coatcs. Jr., at Camp
DeTens; Col. Krnest L. Ruffner and First
Lieut. John D. Nourae, at Camp Meado;
Majors John W. Meehan and Everett A.
Andrrson, nt Camp Funston: Col. William
R. Eastman and Major Charles B. Ken
dall, at (.".imp Lewis; Majora George It.
McLetlan and Alvln C. Miller, at Camp
Kearny: Majora John II, Trlnder and
Henry B. Mclntyre. at General Hospital
No. . 2. Fort McIInry; Col. Horace D.
Bioombargh and Capt. Harmon II. Aah
ey. at General Hospital No. 31, Carlisle,
Pa.: Major Coleridge L. Heaven and Capt.
Jamea A. Orblson, at General Hospital
No. 1. Oleen. N. C; Majors Albert S.
Bowen and Joseph Casprr. at Itterman
General Hospital; Majora William II.
Thearle and Edward T. B. Weldner, at
Walter Read General Ilospltal: Col. Robert
Culler and First Lieut Forrest P. Baker,
at Army ana navy uenerai itospitai.
ANNTIAL
Hospital No. 0, Fort JtcPnerieni Col.
Robert M. Blanchard and Major Cadmus
J, Baksr, at Osneral Hospital No. 28,
Fort Sheridan; Major Samual J. Turnbull
nnd Capt Louis M. Flold. at General
Hospital No. 41. Fox Hills: Majors Calvin
V. Cowles and John II. Sturgeon, at Gen
eral Ilospltal No. 21, Dsnver; Col. Frank
C. Baker, at Vancouver Barracks; Lieut
Col. Chandler P, Bobbins, at Jackson
Barracks; Majora Omar If. Quads and
Josiah 1). Itannaberger, at Jefferson Bar
racks; Majors John B. Lambls and George
B. Lake, at Columbus Barracks) Col.
Powell C. Fnuntleroy. at headquarters.
Southeastern Department Charleston. H.
:.; First Lieut. George Gould, special or
ders revoked; Major Benjamin Webster,
to Walter Reed General Ilospltal: Capt.
Jnmm Augustus Wood, special orders re
voked! Col, Clarence J. Manly, to Gen
eral Hospital No. 2, Fort Henry: Capt
Noble du B. McCormack, resigned; Capt
Michael Leo Gallagher, to Fort Bherldan;
First Lieut llahnnon weathers, honorably
discharged: Major Leopold Mitchell and
Capt Leo Stewart P. Trask, relieved from
duty, Walter Reed General Ilospltal; First
Lieut Hugh Max Bullsrd. to Fox Hills;
First Lieut Joseph L. Mcalnley, ten 'lays
leave.
CAVALItr.
Following; officers are placed on detached
officers' lint; Col. Lawrence J. .Fleming.
Lleut.-Col. William It. Paine, Major John .a
sa ,
"so. noss," VOUNO ouoiAcotaoBgi.
Htano catLiMO troiUDYsrgggr'
BCCAN
MANUrACTURINS
FOR
MEN
AND
WOMEN
$j.oo $8 -
W. L Douglas shoes are sold through 1 07 of our own stores direct to the wearer at one
profit. All middlemen's and manufacturingprofits are eliminated. W.L.Douglas$9.00
and $10.00 shoes are absolutely the best shoe values for the money in this country.
W. L. Douglas name and the retail price stamped on the bottom guarantees the
best shoes in style, comfort and service that can be produced for the price.
Stamping the price on every pair of shoes aa a
3 protection against high prices and unreasonable
profits is only one example of the constant en
deavor of W. L. Douglas to protect his custom
ers. W. I. Douglas name on shoes is tils pledge
that they are the best in materials, workmanship
and style possible to produce at tho price. For
twenty-six years 'it has been our practice to
sell W. L. Douglas shoes in our own stores
with only one profit,
millions of dollars.
This has
AUTION.-Inslst upon
shoes. I ho name ana
on the sole, ir it una oeencnangea or mu
BbWAKC Of NIAUU.
W. La (Douglas Stores in Greater
85 Nassau Street.
847 Broadway, near 14th.
1352 Broadway, cor. 30th St.
1405 Broadway (Times Set.)
Vr 984 Third Avenue;
1452 Third Avenue.
-4-2202 Third A v.. cor. 120th St.
2779 Third Av.et.HCtKil47thS!.
Storet marked
AIIT SALES.
EXHIBITION OPENS
TO-DAY IN
SILO'S
Fifth Ave.
SArt Galleries
'40 t. 45th 5t.
S. W. Cor.
Vanderbilt Ave.
.James r. Silo Son, Auctioneers.
Antique & Modern
Furniture
One of the largest and finest
Collections ever offered at Un
restricted Public Auction in
the City of.New York,
FHOM THE
Albert L. Morse Estate'
Tha well-known Antiquarian)
Also the Property of
Mrs. A. B. Gwathmey, Jr.,
AND
XUE RESIDUE OF THE
F. W. Woolworth Estate
Bedroom Kurnllure. Etc.
TOGETUEKWITU RIANT OTIIEnS
In this 'Collection will be
found Period Fumlture.whlch
has been brought together
from England, France, and
Italy alio a number of his
toric Colonial pieces, Old Eng
llah and Bohemian Glass,
Chinese Porcelains, Wrought
Iron and Brasses, Clock Sets,
Andirons, etc.
Amongst the Modem Furni
ture will, be found ' Dining
Room and Bedroom Suites,
also odd Tables and Chairs
for the Living Room.
EXHIBITION COMMENCES
To-day (Thursday),
Continuing until the date of Sale,
Tuesday, March 9th
Sale to take place from
March 9th to 13th inclusive
and the following week, at
2 P. M. dally.
HY AlIRTIofo
. To-Day (Thursday)
AT 230 P.M.
ON THE PREMISES
3 East 48th Street
By Order of)
REDFERN
TUB WELL-KNOWN
nRESSMAKLNGKSTAIlLISmrnNT
(Retiring from business' In Now York)
All the Furniture, Fixtures,
Materials (Sewing Machines
and contents of workrooms),
Carpets, etc.
Sale L'nder Direction of
Jamea V. Silo & Son, Auctioneers of
SILO'S
Fifth Aye.
Art Galleries,
10 East 45 th St.
' s. W. Cor.
Vanderbilt Ave.
mm
my
Pair, Waloa Willlsm J, Renartck, Opt Juolus
U, Houston nam of Capt Lewis 8. Merer
restored from dstoehed officers' llstt First
IJeut. Daniel D. Streeter, resigned) Writ LUot
L Hoy Davla. to Douglss, Aria.! Capt Janet
K. Cockrell, leave extended fifteen dsjs.
bional conrs. , . ,
TJeut-C4l. John C, Moore, special orders re
voked, ,
yiELD AitTirxKnr. A ,
Resignation by Arthur Brtgbam, Jr., of fata
commissions aa temporary major and aa captain,
regular army, la accepted by the President, to
talo effect March 6, 1020: rating of Lleut.
Col. Ftllett Bradley at a Junior military avi
ator, to date from November 2(1, 1817, It an
nounced; Major Theodore W. Reno It appointed
a member of the board of offtctrt convened by
paragraph 73, special orders, January 21, 1020,
vice Lleut.-Col. William E. Burr, hereby re
lieved t Major Frederick B. Henneny, to Oamp
Jackson; Cel. Robert S. Aberoalby, to Wash
ington. I). O.; First Lieut. Bamutl C. Gsle, to
Fox Hills, N. r.
COAST AnTHXEIlT CORPS.
Capt. Jobn K. Christmas, to Fort n. O.
Wright; Capt. Charles I- Fischer, to Fort
Wordeu; Major Percy Willis, to Beaton; Col.
Robert. Eddy, to Camp Jcstup.
MOTOR TRANSPORT CORPS.
First Lieut. Morris II., Anderson, to Fort Sam
Houston; Cant. Raymond Dalley, to Camp
Meigs; First Lieut Aubrey W. Christopher, to
Washington, D. C.
'W.L.DOUOLAS
.PtGOiNosHora
AT SEVEN
YEARS or
AOC
.boim.
JULYS
HO
HC
ITS SHAPE"
oo
9 i. & $10
TTio quality of W.
teed by more than 40 ye
fine shoes. The smart styles are the leaders in the
fashion centers of America. They are made in a
well-equipped factory at Brockton, Mass., by tho
highest paid, skilled shoemakers, under the direc
tion and supervision of experienced men, all working
with an honest determination to make the best
shoes for the price that money can buy The retail
saved the wearers - prices ate the same everywhere. They coit no more
in San Francisco than they do in New York.
W. L. Douglas shoos aro for salo by over OOOO shoo dealers
besides our own stores. If your local dealer cannot supply you,
take no other make. Order direct from the factory. Send
for booklet tolling how to order shoes by 'mail, postage free.
having W. L Dougiaa
ouglaa , atJ j Prcshh
ffGL i.W.T..DoueUs
tliated, JTlateeMai SIO Srjark ;
pnea is piaimy bib:
S47 F.lahth Avenue.
250 West 125th Strept.
BROOKLYN.
Y 706 Broadvyay, near Thornton St.
JV1B07 Broadway.cor.Ootes Avenue.
it 478 Fifth Avenuecor..lIU Street.
S."0 Blanhattnn-Avenue.'
it 441) Fulton Street.
with a "k carry complete tlnet of W. L. Doutlat Shoe for (Domett
AKT SALES.
Storage' Sale
by order of
Manhattan Storage &
Warehouse Co.
for unpaid charcea for accounts of Mary
K. Carr. Mrs. Elizabeth Koss, Mrs. if.
K. Edwards, Mrs. II. Ourtks Elliott and
Dr. J. W. Carlos, frith additions from
other sources.
To-day and Friday
11 A. M. Each Day,
88 University Place,
Bet. 11th and !2th Sts.
an unusually choice collection
Antique and modern
furniture and Art
"effects
ARTISTIC FORNISntNOH FOR
DINING ROOM, LII1RARY, I1ED
ROOM, DRAWING ROOM. RARE
CHINA. AND BRIO A BRAO, DIN
NER SETS, OKNUINK BRONZES.
SHEFFIELD PLATE. CLOCK 8ET8.
PAINTINOP, ENflil AV1NOS,
CARVED WARES, ELECTROLIER.
CUT GLASS,
35 Oriental Carpets and
Ruga
Sterling Silver, Upright
Piano8
Library Books
800 LOTS OF CLEAN, MEDIUM
GRADE FURNITURE, WILTON
CARPETS ANU HUOB,' BEDDING,
TRUNKS.
APPAREL.
Arthur Kaliski
Auctioneer
SALE TO-DAY 2 P. M
ALSO FBIDAY AND SATURDAY
at the Galleries of
FIFTH AVENUE PSV
V AUCTION ROOMS
ARTISTIC
Home Appointments
including property belonging
to tne estate of the late
William A. Gramer
John Whalen, Attorney
for the Estate,
Consisting of
Costly Furniture, OIL PAINT
INGS by artists of note. Mezzo
tints by S. Arlent Edwards, beauti
ful Bronzes Chinese Porcelains.
Sterling Silver, Miniature and
many other interesting objects, alio
Valuable Property
removed from a Palatial Residence
on 5th Ave, near 7flth St., in
'eluding specimens of Furniture of'
'the" Renaissance Period, costly
Chinese'and Oriental Carpets and
Rugs.-
A Library of Books
in fine biddings and many other
important objects.
ON VIKW TTKTttt HOUR OP SALE
HENRY X. HA RTMAN, Aucfr.
An Advertisement in tl Lust ur.t
Found columns ot TUB flt.V AND NEW
YORK UEtiALO offer a real piulWUy
of recovering your lost property,
MISCELLANEOUS. '
A board of officers, lo consist ef Col. Thomas
D. minor. Air Hervkt; Usui. Harry J, a.
lonty, Oraoanco Department) Lleut.-Col. Will
iam B. Hardlgg, Ordnanca Departmentt IJeut
Lee O, Wrlsbt, Orddance Deartment; IJeut,
Harold L. llartney, Air -Service: Capt. Alfred
II. Uobley, Air Service) Capt Harry A. Sut
ton, Air Service; Capt. Vurdette S. Wright.
Air Service, la appointed to meet at the call
of the president thereof la the office of the
Chief of Ordoanco' at the earliest practicable
date for the purpose of considering the da ret
opment of aircraft macblnt guns and aircraft
cannon, Lieut-Cot. Edwin II. Stuart, to Oteen,
4. 0.; LieuLCol. Roland W. Finger, assume duty
as constructing r.tmrtermniter for Watervllet
Arsenal: Second Lieut. Elbrldga T. Williams,
honorably discharged) Capt. Irwin W. Gntb, to
Camp Dodge: Capt. Adolpha S.. Fairbanks, as.
same duty at constrnctlng quartermaster for
Jackaon Varrackak First Lieut Leonsrd Cbsrlea
Murphry, honorably discharged: Capt. Jotiu
Gray Ayllng, honorably discharged; First Lieut
William 11. Alien, resigned; Second Lieut.
Hsrold Ellis Queen, honorably discharged; Hor
ace T. Bucklns, appointed First Lieut at En
Blneers: Capt. Edward C. Thompson, lo Fort
Mcllenry; Col. Bruce Palmer, granted twenty,
four dars' leave) Benjamin 11 Bilrd, appolot
mnt First Ueutenant Air Service (seroosu-
tics), recslled: Major Ixiuls I- Horn, to San
Franclacot First Lieut. Emile J. Boycr, grsnted
thirty usya' leave) capr. trans i. iveoneay,
lo Wasblngtnn, D. C.
DOUOLAS BCOSN THC DAY MILKING
THE jCOW ANll CNDCD IT WITH Cn-
ryino wood ros
THC nsio
BOYS'
SHOES
$4.50
$5.00
$5.50
22 SHOES
L. Douglas product is guaran-
ears experience in making
President
Sboe Co,.
Street,
iuass.
New York:
JERSEY CITY-18 Newark Avenue.
A-HOBOKEN-120 Washington Street.
UNION HILIr-276 BcrsenlioeAve.
NEW'ARK-831 Broad Street.
VPATKRS6N-102Marketgtl,cor.Clark
TRENTON 29 East State Street.
ART SALES.
SECOND SESSION
We have been Instructed TO SELL
The Entire Collection of
Art Works and Treasures
of ths
International Art Collector
Jules Paul Pascaud
Together vit High Clan
Home Furniture and Furnishings.
Wonderful Art Treasures
in To-Day's Sale
Darling & Co., Auctioneers
Sell at rnbllc Auction, Commencing
TO-DAY (THURS.) 2 P. M.
and each day until conclusion, at
242 Fifth Acenuc, 27-28 Sts.
NOTE The sale includes noted
Paintings, Bronzes, Statuary, Curios,
Ivories, Napoleon Period Pieces,
collected and exhibited throughout
all the principal cities of Europe.
Tho furniture all of Terlod1 and Mod
ern design, together with Kerman
rhah, Banmk and Persian Rugs, Plana),
Drawing Room FiirnishinM, Draperies.
Tiffany t'Co. Chime Clock. Ruhl Console
and Mirror or the Calllcut Collection, etc.,
make this an unusual Auction Sale.
Cash Deposits of 25 Required
From All Purchasers.
Sale arranged and conducted by
Louin Van Brink, Auctioneer:
Catalogue on premises.
liHiniiiiniiraiimiDiiiiaiiiHiji
KINDLY NOTE SALES DAYS
Today, Tomorrow & Saturday g
at 3010 r. M. each day In S
PLAZA ART
ROOMS, Inc.
(Near 5tU Are.). B
Edward P. O'HeUly. Auctioneer. B
IMPORTANT I
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE g
CONSISTING OF J
Renaissance and Flemish Tapestry 5
Panels! Hare Needlework Tapestry H
Suites and Odd Chairs: Hue Needle- H
work Fire Screens and Museum gj
Specimens of Furniture by "Unke f)
of Paris"! CTablnrts. Refeetdry and El
atlnood Tables. Ivories. Mirrors, m
Jewelrj-. Remoed from The Mer- U
ninlllo af Deposit Co.' and The m
Manhattan Storage Warehouse. 811- g
er.8hemeiariaieaaiT. iiua'i. nr
perles. Furs, Antique Marbles and. y
Armor, etc. ,
Many of tho
aboTo from
the
M
Chateau de Rioux
Also. In settlement of the Estate of
Alice M. Pagani
of New York. H
R.v order of the Admlnlstratot. U
HENRY CJ. I'AOANI. Ksq.
WITH ADDITIONS,
NOW ON "YIEW TO SAIX TIME.
cataioffue on Appurauon.
Telephone rlaza SMI.
I
sti uataiOEue on Appuranon. tj
STRENGTH
AFTER GRIP OR
JPNEUMONIA
Ono of tho best known professlona.1
ben in New York; (his name will be
given on request) says, ''After on acute
attack of typhoid pneumonia I had n
racking cough nnd lost twenty pounds
in eleven days. I never was so com
pletely run-down in my life. I was
nbout to go to a hospital when I began
to take Father John's Medicine, whfci,
after I had taken it faithfully, restored
mo to sound health. I regained flesh
that I had lost and havo since been as
well as ever in my life. I have uinco
learned that my physician has been in
the habit of prescribing Father John's
Medicine in such case3.''
For the gctting-well stage after grip
or an attack of any serious disease, no
better strength-builder can bo found
than Father John's Medicine, becausa
its elements are puro and wholesome
food, which is easily taken up by the
weakened, system and promptly turned
into new, vital strength. It is n safe
tonic for all the fnmily because it does
not contain alcohol or any dangerous
drug3 in nny form. Its merit is proven
by more than sixty years of cver-lrf-crcasing
success. Adv.
jtEsoinx
I.ons lalnnd.
-winter vacations
are ofttn impossible for tbo tnsr roan er
vomsn line to Ibr nrrrsMtT of lirmlnf
in dallr teach with affairs. YOU csn
hare both a wlntsr .vacation and a wintM
home at the llotff Hhelbtirnr. llrlRbton
nrach-bnt 3.1 mlnutrs from Wall at. ao
Times snusrr. Ctny, stram healed
moms anil miles ranrlm from tlO ta 111
treeklf for on and two nersogs are sttil
STsuanif. innuirs suw niotu tne anran
tares of toe Iiraclni sea air. snn parlors,
open fire-, sees. && fioeud YOUR nlnter
vacation t tba
HOTEL SHELBURNE
'.Phone At tne Sea End of Oetari
800 Coney IiL Parkway, Briinlon Beach
Crystal Lake House.
Verjidetlrable rooms, snn twrlar: home iu
roundlnssi 45 minutes from Netr lotk.
Naw Jersey,
PUDDING STONE INN
FaTorable weekly rates. Open all rear. KoiurK
O. N. VINQENT, Boonlon, N. J. ,
Atluntlo dir.
HOTEL
CiHELSE.aA.
Ocfoprlne entire Moctt nt ocean front.
in me rasmonnuio neisea aeriioD,
(00 bedchambers with private bntbs tfrrsh,
nd sea watir). Ilirh rlsss urrliestrs. cafe.
(rill. 4c. 1'renrh chefs. Golf privileges.!
antes meet train.. Hntklt. open all rear,
J, n. THOMPSON A CO,
OCEAN FRONT
FIREPROOF
tTnusuallr altractlvi rttirtnf Winter all
Ear.y Sprint Seasons. Luxurious .lobulai.
and rrstrul sun parlors Charming aftor
noon muslealea with complimentary, ta
service, and evcnlns amcerts. A palatial
rrsldcncn lor those seeking rest and rocrov
tlon. Foa water In all Im'tia
AMEItlCAN ana EtUOt'KAN PLANS
ROYAL PALACE
rtb .Hnrrn.CoTTAGESfl!u
Kvtho Beach. ATLANTIC ClTY.N.J.
CONVEHIENTTOALL AnUStrltNIS
SeaBauhs.DidIfitthi!n.OrchMtra
Couadtveoo. Open, all thenar
- V- n
lymanS.ltbtnas&tytlfr
aUTirrlTV.N.J.
An AmoTiirarv Flan. ilotGi
Lf Dislinftionuvi RealConvfcrt j
HaddonHaii
ATLANTIC CITY
RIGHT OTt THE BEACH
ON THE BEACH "WJL
ATLANTIC CITY,
CHALFONTE
.HOSPITABLE - HOMELIKE
ALWAYS OPCN
IOTCL'
BLACKSTONE
Vlnrlnla Atenne at UMruwaia.
American ind Eiim'tan l'ln. Hot and
rold a fresh teiL bth. 8a str
lor am f tmt rmatntX. Opn all Jf tr.
DAVID BKIiO. Owner & Prop.
Ailaniic Ci y its Hte
S on AhJoerrobmifc
OLMHURST HOTEL
Pennsylranla At., close to Heacn and
Stel Pier, antral location, always open.
Capacity SCO. PrWaW bath., running
water in room, elevator, etc. Winter
terms. Booklet Alhirt II. Duraell
Hotel Morton
THE WILTSHIRE
Vlrelnla ar. and Beach. Capacity SSv.
PrlvMo baths, runnlnic water. eUrator,.
Amer. Plan. Special Sprlni lutes. Uookljt.
HAUUEI. RLLIK, Owner. N J. lOLLIM. Hjr.
"THEPENNHURST
Ocean End Mlchiisan ay. Always oph.
! Every appointment. WM. it.
HOTEL CONTINENTAL
Always open. Always nuScA
irate. Phone or writ M. WAl.su uunt-aw.
pHnXiPsTiousE
. . . .4 Vf ma m A 4
UasisCbuictrs sr..
netr Beaen. . . rniiiiss.
tikewood. . 7i
i aicilnnn Intnel'irvi. ie man mn
m LAKcWOOU n.k Tork: reached by fui
ainresaea of the N.J. Central Railway. Tr
I?Ki,i laoludlna nolel. lnfonpatloa. a.
K. J jh w "Al I P CO M M ITTKH. uiiwwft
An Advertliement in the ioif ami
Found column of JOE SWAKDSBV
YORK IIERALD of fere. a real jioatiDlllijf
o recovering Vwr Wpropirty,
j
MTK
MIA. MACK LATZCO.,,
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