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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920.
4 ARCHBISHOP HAYES WINS LAITY PLEDGE Enlists Enthusiastic Support of iris Tlnn to Dovclop Catholic Charities. HOXOH GUEST AT DINNElt Prelate Tells of Diocesan Sur vey and of the Needs That Must 11c Met. An hblFhop Patrick J. Hayes was the pimt Inst evening at a testimonial din ner In tho Hotel Commodore given by n group of prominent laymen of the Catholic Church for the purpose of cn ltstlnff support of the laity In tho Arch blahop'a plan for tho development of the Catholic charities of tho archdiocese, Tho hosts of tho evening were Nicho las T. Hrady, John J. Acar, Thomas V. Farrell. Joseph P. Grace, Henry Holde, Adrian Ifidln, Clarenco H. Mackay, lvter J. Maloncy, Morgan J. O'Brien, Johnston Uedmond and John D. Ityan. There were about 200 men and women present. Invitations being restricted to tno cnairmen or tno ;mrisu branches of the Archbishop's committee of the laity, chairmen of tho sixteen neosxnphlcal districts Into which tho archdiocese has been divided for the money raising campaign during me nick of April 18-1H. and members of the executive committee. Every parish In the New York archdioceso was rep resented. Francis r. G.irvnn. who presided n.i toisimaster. Introduced Archbishop Havs as tho first speaker. His Grace outilnnl tho work of tho diocesan pur vcv preceding tho campaign, which covered a period of more than six months, enlisting the services of forty- two lay workers and nine priests, a re port upon which survey, showing the gravity of tho need, has been presented by the Archolshop. Tn the CiUiollo Church, his Grace mid, God must always como first, but after God conies tho caro of tho child. Tor that reason," ho said, "our BChools have always gono up beside our churches. Tho word 'charity' is dear to us. It Is of God, because God Is love. TVn shall keen that name, for all our works outsldo of our church worship must be known as Catholic charity. And In all tho development of that charity tr must fitrlko and preserve tha domi nant noto of spirituality; It must not i popularized. Wo want to bo efficient, end wo have not been so much ineffi cient ns Insufficient But ctllclency is not enough. We must perpetuate our plrltual Ide-als, nnd thus In serving our Weals we snail bost perve America, nui aiono with our bodies but wun our minds and our souls." The Archbishop said ho felt that he ctight to get at least $500,000, "though what wo really need In this archdiocese for this work," ho added, "is $3,000,000 a year. When I was appealing recently to the clergy one of my old pastors said to me, 'This looks Ilka the wim scnemo of a joung Archbishop.' To that I re plied. 'Well, while I am still young and v .Id I am going to go ot if" This1 utterance of his Grace, who emiled and touched his gray hair as ho spoke, was ETeeted with laughter and loud applause. Addresses wero made by George J. Gillespie, chairman of the committee of I lavmin; George Duval, Harvey j. nm and others, pledging tho united and en thusiastic support of tha laity to the movement, and on Mr. Duval's motion a resolution to that effect was adopted t a rising vote. , j TO ATTACK DIVORCE j OF MARY PICKFORD, Nevada Attorney-General Al leges Conspiracy. Reno, Ne' April 7. A suit to Bet MMe the decroo of divorce granted to Mary Plckford, now Mrs. Douglas Fair banks, will be brought next week by tho Attorney-General of Nevada, ac cording to a statement mado to-day by Robert Richards, Deputy Attorney-General. Collusion, conspiracy and Insufficiency of the residence of tha other party, which failed to glvo Jurisdiction to the court, will be tho allegations In tho action. "As a result of tho examination I have made of the files and records In U-.o Plckford case," said Mr. Richards, "I am satisfied that the decreo Is not valid." Cuticura Soap Will Help You Clear Your Skin NATIONAL SEXTET Safe when parked No experienced automobile thief would tteil so distinctive a car u the new Na tional Sextet. The indiviY ality of body design would m; xe idem .catioL absurdly limple. Butto foil the "take-lt-and-ditch-it" joy rider, there' an unpickable theft lock on the transmission. This lock u one of the many items of equipment on the National Sextet that have established a new standard of appointment for fine motor cars. A'phtntctJlviillhrinitu tj air Jlminitratinf ttn It yatr Aorw sr tjfict. Natjovai Motoi Ca & Vimiclz ConroiATiox Indiana polij POERTNCR MO-OR CAR CO. 1795 Broadway, N. Y. NEWARK BROOKLYN Poertner Motor Car Co. C H. Motori Co. 524 Braid SL Bedford Are. ANDERSON TRIAL IS DEFERRED A WEEK Belief Report Will Hold That Inquiry Is Inadvisable. Vptcfol to Tnc Son and Nkit Yobk Mkiuld Albany, April 7. Tho Assembly Ju diciary Commlttco to-day put off for a wock action on tho contempt charge against William II. Anderson and the In vestigation of tho Anti-Saloon League. If tho Hepubllcan leaders have their way nothing further ?'lll bo dnno than tha submission of a repots stating that both the Investigation and tno billing of An derson before tho Assembly are Inad visable. Tho commlttco may .then brand both Anderson and tho league as a menace to tho causi of temperance. It Is believed this will satisfy tho Injured focllngs of Assemblymen who havo been attacked by Anderson, nnd nt tho amo tlmo not glvo tho Anti-Saloon Lewie, superintend ent the opportunity of plnclng himself be foro the public an a martyr. YOUTHS ON A SPREE WERE DRY SLEUTHS Bartenders Arc Kind Hearted and Get Pinched. Two boyish young men who to nil ftp- pcaranco wero out for ns much of a sprco as they could acqulro in n town whero boozo Is hard to get told the story of their thirst to bartenders In cafes on Forty-third nnd Forty-fourth street corners of Sixth avenue last night and seemed to bo pleased with the drinks tho soft hearted ones handed out. Tho youths proved to bo revenue agents, and whon they decided to arrest tho bartenders they called In two other nnd huskier colleagues to handle this part or tno Jot). In a c.ifo owned by Peter J. Groll, at sixtn nvcnuo ana Forty-third street, Alwin Weiss of 211 East Fifteenth street was arrested, and nt tho corner nbnvn Hichard Flynn of 1KJ Vast Xlncty-scv- cntn street was taken In tow. Both were admitted to 00 ball. CANADA BOARD QUITS CONTROL OF PAPER Announces Court's Decision Has Ended Its Jurisdiction. Ottawa, Ont., April 7. The Board of Commerce announced to-day that henceforth It would not claim or excr clso any control whatever over nows print paper In Canada. The announcement follows the decision of the Supreme Court In the Price Brothers case, that "was not n necessary of life" and that tho powerB exercised by tho Board of tomraerco as newsprint controller were without Jurisdiction and Inoperative In law. American Flock to Cnnmla. Pxoixa, Sask., April 7. More settlers aro coming Into Saskatchewan from tho United States this spring than at any time since the outbreak of the war, ac cording to a statement mado public here to-day by the Canadian Pacific Hall way. The present immigration, however. It was predicted, will prove to be "small compared with that expected later in he summer.'' Deliveries on Small Sales Make your parcel de liveries so cheaply that even the small sales show a profit. Do it with the Harlr-Davidsofl Motorcycle with roomy side-van. 10 to CO miles per gallon of goso line; 800 miles per gallon of oil; fiOOO to 0000 miles per set of tires. Easy payments if desired. Call or write for catalogue. Open week days until 0 P. M. Sundays and holidays until noon. Harley-Daridson Sales Co., 633 -Mi Went I loth St., Near Broauwaj Bronx Ilrnnch: Webster Ave., cor 163th St. BUILT IN 71 VK CUSTOM BODY MODE i CANADA'S REVENUES SHOW LARGE GAINS Total for Fiscal Year Ts $380, 1182,507, an Increase of $75, 600,000 Over 1918. By a StaJ rorropondtnt of tut. Scs and Jftw York Hrtuid, Ottawa, OnL, April 7. Tlw total Fcdernl revenue of Canada for tho fiscal year ended March 31, 1920, wns $380, 832.507, nn Increaso of 3J75.COO.O00 over tho preceding year. Both customs and Internal revenue showed marked gains, as did receipts from Income and excess profits taxes. Customs revenuo amounted to $107,420,512, or $19,000,000 above tho year before, and rxelso revenuo $42,2S2, 8R1. n gain of J12.2C0.000. Miscellaneous revenue, which Includes Income nnd excess profits taxes, readied $106,38.1,672, against $68,184,000 a year ago. Separate figures for these taxes ure not nvullablo, but receipts wero heavier, duo In part to better acquaintance of the peoplo with the tax system and to tho patient persistence of the staff of tho Department of Finance and Its capa ble Minister, Sir Henry Drayton, Ordinary running expenses nmounted to $H0.SJ0,CGS, an Increaso of $140,800,000. The Jump was caused by tho Interest on the national debt, pensions, soldiers' i,.tl tWnMhllshmont nnd land hettltl- mcnt, but nt loast part of tho latter, about fc-i.WJ.uw, win do iran?nTrcu iu Investment accounts In the final clearing up for tho year. War expenditure for the year was $313,041,031, or $100,IX'0,jOU less than In the preceding year. While thero was n substantial decrease In the tariff on Import, chiefly farm Implements nnd farm supplies, the re ceipts from customs showed great gain?, mainly owing to larger imports of nil kinds of manufactured goods -bearing Import duties Regular expenditures which may be conservatively estimated for the current yenr will bo well within the limits of revenue. Outside of $33,000,OW in the esti mates for tho current year for demobi lization thero will bo no war expendi tures. Hut the costs of the rnro of sol diers nnd their civil rcestabllshment, which come under regular expenditures, can bo carried by the revenuo apart from cxcesslvo taxation. Tho railway deficit and the need for Thirty-nine Motor Cars in om City block. Traffic delays on every MAIN street and high road arc largely due to the wide difference II LJ in performance ability among the cars that crowd it (U m moro funds for land settlement will call for morn than tho revenuo reeidpts, The Treasury haa a reserve from tho last Victory lonn nnd has a balance coming from tho HiUIhIi Treasury amounting to 215,000,000 after clearing up all Cana dian war accounts, On the basis of these nsaets tho Minister of Klnanco hopes to avoid another popular loan this yenr. A flouting debt of $205,758,000 must ho taken caro of, but the reservo In sljtht ta nmple for thu purpo'f Tho gross debt of Cnnnila stands at $3,01 1,483,774, with assets am mnllng to $1,078,537,461, from which $14,054,038 In Interest was collected nn Investments during tho year. The not debt Is there fore $1,035,846,313, nn lncrea.o of $497. 500,000 for tho year nnd $15,000,000 under tho estimate of Thumas White In tho last budget. Of tho funded debt of Canada $2,047, 952,127 Is payable In Cannda. $336, 001,419 In London and $135,873,000 In Now Yorlc. 2 LIBERALS WIN IN CANADA ELECTION Later Returns Expected to Give Third More Majority. Special to Tim Sun and New York Hcnitn. Ottawa, Out., April 7. Tho threo Fed eral byc-electiona held to-day havo re sulted In tho return of two Liberals In tho Kamouraslta und St. James districts, Montreal ; nnd in the third, Tcmlskam Ing, north Ontario, tho labor-farmers candidate, Angus McDonald, had a plu rality of 1,228 lato to-nlglit, with half tho pells to hear from. He has polled his big vote In tho towns, however, nnd It is believed A. G. Slaght, tlio Liberal, will pull up with tho votes of tho lum bermen and far out settlers. This Is a loss for tlio Government The ?cat was formerly held by Frank Cochrane, who died last year. The election of Fernand Rlnfrct for St, James, Montreal, who defeated a Liberal-Labor candidate, Is a decided acqui sition to Parliament and tho Liberal party. Ho is editor of I.c Canada, the leading morning French newspaper of tho metropolis : an orator of marked tal ent In both languages, and In his early prime, being only 37 years of age. Adolph Stein, member elect by ac clamation for Kamouraslta, Is a capable lawyer; was twlco returned to tho Leg islative Assembly of his province, nnd will bring strength to tho Liberals In the Federal House AMERICA owned 6,300,000 pas Zj sengcr cars at the end of 1919. jL A quarter of a million in and around New York. Over a hundred thousand in Chicago. Philadelphia, Boston, St. Louis, San Francisco every city has a like congestion. With everybody depending on his car for business purposes", the faculty of ordinary cars for getting in one another's way becomes a serious mat ter and the striking ability of the Packard to run around and through traffic is doubly worth thinking about. THE Packard Company speaks with high authority, when it says that performance of the Packard PACKARD MOTOR CAR COMPANY of NEW YORK Broadway at 61st Street Brooklyn: Flatbush and 8th Avenues Long Island City: Queens Boulevard at White Plains: Mamaroneck at Martinc Poughkeepsie: 239 Main Street FOUR WOMEN TO GO BEFORE GRAP JURY Continued from Fitst Page. eontlnucd, "will teEtlfj t'at (dm notified a policewoman nf conditions at a dance hall, and that she aim notified a .social worker. Sho mention! d speelflrally the ease of a young girl In whom I am In terested and who, nlgltt nftcr night, went from tho danco hall to rooms with men. Tho nppolntments wcr! miidu at tho hall. Hecauso I wanted to savo this girl I allowed my Investigator to notify the social worker, nftcr which tho girl was arrested, convicted and sent away. Tlmo after tlmo girls havo said to mo they went to that hall to da nee nnd received Improper proposals frtun men. I will bring two of theso glrla beforu tho Grand Jury if asked," At Peters' restaurant, Mrs. Humlston i;ald, Bho and two otthcr women unt drinking ginger nlo for moro than an hour. "Others," she said, "wero ordering highballs. I know this by their holstor ous conduct and Uio prices they paid for drinks. As I got out of our car I saw a young woman on the stoop so drunk sho was reeling. Insldo we found another girl so drank that one of my companions took her upstairs to see what sho could do for her. "I did not report this to Commissioner Enrlght, because when ho was first ap pointed I offorcd to help him with all the Information I had obtained through my Fervlco with a fortner administra tion, nnd ho referred me to Mrs. Kllcn A. O'Grady. In tho presence of five or six club women whq were with me, Mrs. O'Grady declined .my services, al though I sought no Jott or salary, but only to havo tho asslstasico of tho Police Lepartmcnt In rooting out conditions affecting girls. "When Mayor Hylan mado his state ment that much delinquency existed e.mong girls, I replied ax once and asked to be allowed to lay tlio facts before him and mako recommendations, but my services wero not accepted. P03 silly my letter did not reach him." Promltra Pacta for Jury. Mrs. Humlston also was J.xerciscd be cause Deputy Commissioner Lahey iv -hi Id not a-slgn Italhin policemen to protect her against kidnappers when sho wu looking for tho Wcn'z baby She Who Makes the kind cannot be "assembled" into a car and cannot be " tuned " into it It is fundamental with the design and construction of the car. The Packard Twin-six engine, with its steady flow of flexible power. Throttled down to two miles an hour on high in the jam, and pick ing up to thirty miles or more in half a block. The Packard brakes designed by Packard, with large, long-wearing braking surfaces; equalized, with even, positive braking action on each wheel ; easily applied, sure to hold. The Packard dry disc clutch, posi tive and velvety in action and the "Ask the Man Hill St. Avenue Newark: Broad Street at Kinney Jersey City: Boulevard at Carlton Avenue Plainficld: 628 Park Avenue Paterson: 489 Broadway Hartford: Washington Street at Park Fain I.ihoy was - 'tgnant beciuso she ni.de tho requist, ard told ner If she 'mo any Information to glvo it to him ard li.i would Invent. gate. It 's fair to nolo that tho luhy which Mr.s. Humls ton restored to tho Wontaw was not '.heir baby at all, but tho abandons! Grand Central youngster, "Lovo o' M.ki." Mrs. Humlston ald It was evident from assertions rnndo by .MIks Mary O.irrett Hay and Mrs. John Francis Yawecr regarding tlio St. Nicholas danco hall, tli.it they did not know how to Investigate vl'co rondltlons. She added: "Mrs. Ynwgor's daughter has a position under Mrs. O'Grady, and It U part of her duty, for which slu drawj a salary from the city, to Investigate danco halls," After promising to furnisn the Grand Jury with tho names and addresses of threo places violating the law In In spector Henry's district, one of them a danco hall, Mrs. Humlston said: "There la a saloon In tho Fourth In spection district belling liquor openly all tho tlmo. I had tho proprietor in my office beenuso ho was ruining the home of a flue woman. Others long ago had refused to sell her husband liquor. This woman notified tho pollen about what was being done, but no action was taken, "I know that shimmying, cheek to Chrek dancing, drinking and soliciting aro going on In danco halls In the Ten derloin. I will tell the Grand Judy about four specific cases." When Informed that Mayor Hylan might appoint a citizen's committee to help cleanso the city, Assistant Dis trict Attorney Smith salil ho would be delighted to cooperate with such u body. Commissioner Hlrfhfleld gave out a copy of a report made by Inspector Mc Donnld to Commissioner Fnrlght on Tuesday. It dealt with Peters's res taurant, the place complained of by Dr. Straton and In which McDonald's men mado arrests Monday night. Three plainclothes men McGlynn, Cordcn pnd Aulbach visited the restaurant at vari ous times from February -'7 to April 5, tho report says, with a view to get ting sufficient evidence to ehirgo tho management with running a dNreputablo house. Patrolman Cordes tnid to per suade waiters to introduce them to girls, but tho waiters said that vas rot allowed. The plainclothes men then danced with several women and tried to mako appointments with them, hut "'were Informed by tho women they were not out for money, Wit wore out for n good time." Commissioner Hlrshfleld's comment Best Who Owns One" wan: "The arrrsts w re m:'d for Eo lation of the proh till ni 1 vv mi.I not for iniy Ir.h i i ,ey, .ml. .i."!'tii!li hi ennctor McDnn.ids m. n v i.tud the placo on various dates f. r two months, t.icy were uiriblo to obtain evidence upon which to charge tho in inaKment of that restaurant with conducting a disorderly houso." THE DANK OP ENGLAND CROSSINO Dobbs &Co are New York's most exclusive HATTER. For men's wear their name will be found only in hats, caps and DoBbscoats made after the English type-sturdy durable 670 Fifth Avenue-144 Fifth Avenue Two Weit Fiftieth Street NEW YORK Exclusive Representatives in Time Packard forged, heat-treated gears, with their exceptional strength, and long life. The Packard stearing gear and other parts controlling the car, quick and positive in action, easy to handle, tough and reliable. YOU often hear people say that they "get there so much quicker" in a Packard. 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