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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1920.
HOOD OREGON UTAH, REVERSE Johnson and Hoover Seem in Jliive Many Admirers in Both States. MX If AX ISSUK llAISED SemiUM' Owen of uklaiioinn Id Now Aspirant and May Got ' Sonic Deli'irutci. u , 1 1- from two Western State In t ,,, ' if the Ilei'Ulillea.i county clialr m, ; , i Pri'Hlilentlal nrofcrences con d In Tin: SfN and New Yoiik llnui .ire presented this morning. !, i i PKoii. which lias iv preferential j. .,rai . on May 21, the first choice us m :i .iteil In the poll Is Major-Gen. Leon ,,,,1 UiMiil. eiov. Frank O. Lowden la t,,,ii'd eholee Oregon lias ten votes In tl,.. ,niiientlon at Chicago. l i Vt.ih, where the Henubllcans will fi. t tin ir eight delegates to tlio na ti.. ninveiitlon at a State convention t . h. Id In I'rlce on May 3, the order in . wwd. There tiov. Lowilen Is the f-,f- , lolif, airordlng to reports of the l. i. , with Wood coming In as second t ' . ,' In nrRn, Herbert Hoover has an rtn h.-eak with William O. McAdoo - !.' f.ivurlto of the Democrats for 1" - lnt, according to tho Republican ;. .nli r No other Democratic possibility t .t. iiu-ntlonwl. Mi iioo divided the first place honors n 1'iesideiit Wilson a.s tho Democratic (., m t'tali. Attorney-ilcneral A. M,t '..11 Palmer received one mention. ' l.i-t mintito .telegraphic despatches te Tur. SfN and Nnw York I1i:r. aw from tpecl.il correspondents In d it' tli.it In both States n wave oi vpular sentiment for Herbert fin i'. i r is running high at the mo rui" In Oregon It is reported the i'.:iiil Republicans are talking about r... availability, while In Utah the li. Mncratle leaders, including Gov. ii.im Ilambcrger, are asserting that 1 1 ,.. i r is the man to bring back their party from the low ebb It has reached. Tin i-ay they do not care whether he Is a iljed in tho wool Democrat or not. Thev think he can win, and that suits thi'-i.. I,i Oregon no one Issue s-tands out as pjr.rmmnt In a compilation of the movers nf tho county chairmen, but " an.il tolls" Is a brand new entry, not r'f'ieil to by any leader in any other S' ile far. v I. entitle the Iuc In I'tnli. T' , League of Nations Is the lmu r. i! ng issue In I'tah, with Americanism in the list, varied In the repoits of i chairmen with "100 per cent." kj M'icaiions, and coupled with oppas. t "n tu "internationalism." Tiii- high cost of living nUo Is tioub li them In Utah, but It was mentioned rut at all in the reports from Oregon. Tli.j first choices In Oregon were ili iiUJ among Wood, Louden and John fir with these percentages: Wood, S3. 3 P'- "tit ; Lowden, 12; Johnson, 4.7. strangely enough these figures were rjieat.-(i in the "second choke" column, br m different order, Lowden getting Si 3 pr cent.; Wood, 12, and Johnbon " No other candidate seemed to be In the Minds of Oregon Republicans at the time they filled out their pt-!l blanks. In Utah, Lowden polled an even 00 P" 'nL of all first choices with Wood c 'tlng 30 per cent., Johnson 10 per S' and Senator Warren G. Harding o' uhio 10 per cent. In tho "second 'iOi, o" column Wood got ."0 per cent.; lnden, 20, and Johnson, 10. Ten per ' of the county chairmen failed to mike any second phoice. 'ate despatch from a special corrc " 1,'icnt in Oregon reads in part: "' 'retton Is going Repuhllein and pub I' "iitiment in the last two weeks Is m..i'.g strong for Herbert Hoover. It a;'l.us now he will b the first choice ''. ' iu pr'-narle. with Wood second and I "'i-n third. 'Die people here are de t .inline ,i business man for President. TV f,..- Lowilen has had tomo experl. ' but look on Hoover as a native win .i tried . lit bu'lnef-s man. Tho A-nrn. an Legion and the G. A. R. are, ' ' 'ur-', for Wood." Tist how many Presidential aspirants w'l be fnterd for the Oregon prefercn t il r:ir,. u,n ot be known until April 1. n- last day for filing. Gen. Wood fc' 0 filil his petition already, and, com- ig with the Oregon law. Iip baa r'i'"'i 'i .i .slogan to be printed beside his ni 1 " on the ballot. It Is: "Law and tiovernment based on sano and ii-T4iti liberalism," Tu.- understanding Is that Senator M1 im I'oindextcr of Washington will ''-st his popularity in tho neighbor ly Statu of Oregon. IJrynn VIH Vtnh. I'tah Is one of the few States where Jn Mexican situation lias figured as an Issue "Progressive business adminis tration In Washington." "reconstruc tion," "solution of the disputes between ..i ior and capital," "extravagance," "in "IFk lenry" and general "Incompetency of mo uiiKon Administration were men tions freiuently. There is the iikii.iI T-cnn.nril Wood t'-isue in Utah and a Hiram Johnson inn, while friends of Lowden aro con '"it. as In other States, not to spend wotry , tnl3 way i.ut t0 ork auieti.. among the leaders to arouse Interest In mur candidate. W'.'lium Jnnnings Tlryftn went to Utah Monday with United States Sena "r Robert L. Owen of Oklahoma, who wis the guest of the Democrats of the ta'o jt a big dinner. Later It was VH FA buying a bonis you ant to know the tax rati"?, 'i. from New York, fare, ' n -ervlce. water supply, "'"as. road.i. icbools, i- ho... club and social nc- l ' ;s of the town s lifted. T'lls information has all bi-en ' - icq nnj is being puhPsbe cuijr instalments in ' rban Homo OuHo of w Vork Kvenlnir Pn.f. tho tho every t'jraay. Back issues avallabla 1 " ihey fast. This week the Sound er ' of Weatcheater. It week llronx Valley. Next week ' o suburban aectlon of Con- PARKER'S hair balsam iUmoTt.rtandnia atftBalrfaillu I Keatom Color and Qeautyto Crarand FadJHab OREGON UTAH v. -J 1 Recapitulation of Choices for Republican Presidential Race rllE following is a recapitulation of the choices for the Republican nomination for President in the various States from which tho poll of tho county chairmen taken by THE SUN AND NEW YORK "i-muu nas been published so far: No. Dele- Klnt Second Stal,. catea. Choice, Choice. Alabama .. 1'Arlioiitt Arkatna California Colorado Connecticut ... Delaware Jlyorria Idaho Illinois ;., Indiana Iowa Kmms Kentucky Lfliililana Maine Mrrylaiiil Mufiuiti . 'Mlehlm, . t'Miniiesuta ... . ii Jxiuiion wood . fl Wood Lowilon , 11 Ixiuden Wood 10 Jnhnt on Wood , Yi 00(1 JyOWllfll li wool Iowden t Wood JXIWUCIl , 17 IxiHden Wood S Ilorah Wood , n iowiien Itardhiir . SO . : waiKon wooil I.oileil Wood Wood Allen , : worn! Lowden Iowden Johnnon . 12 Wood . 13 Wood . H Wnml i-onclen . Cnntlilrn IV.n,, I "'onil Ixinilcu :i ond Luwdpii States 111 llbovo tllblo that have cant specially noted below theso delegates will go to Chicago unlnstiucted). tStaten whern cntlro delegations are Instructed for Wood. JUnliiHtructed, 13; Wood, 10; contested, 2. tl-owden, 13; Wood, 2. Unstructefl for Johnson. "Judgo J. C. I'rltchard of North Carolina. ttTwo Wood delegates contest lug with two iinlnstructi'd from the Krurth dlftrlct. tttl'referontlal primary April carried by Johnson, Indicating riipld change In sentiment In weeks rullcwlng tulilng of the poll In this State. Total number of delegates indicated by county chairmen's pref erences: Wood, 383; Lowden, 237; Sproul, 76; Harding, -18; Johnson, 3G; Coolidgc, 35; Watson, 30; Borah, 8. said that somo of the dclegntes to the San Kranclseo convention might siipjKirt tho Tresldentlal aspirations of Senator Owcii. Mr. Uryan advised the leaders to send their delegates Instructed for prohibition and unlnstructcd on the Leaguo of Nations. Tho Democratic Stato convention V.1 bo held at Salt Lako City on Juno 1 2. Vvptrlglit, 1D:, by Tub Sun xxn Nrw Yoiik lUnit.fi. GARY GIVES PLEDGE TO SHIPPING BOARD Says Company Will Observe Regulations Hereafter. Special to Tun Siv ami Nriv Yoiik Hriuui. Washinoton, April . Judge 11. II, (!ary. chairman of the directorate of the 1'nlted .States Steel Corporation, to.day sent a telegram to Chairman Benson of the .Shipping Hoard in reply to reports that the corporation had tainted orders to stop shipments on vess-els which pub. Ilshed the freight rates In bills of lading. The telegram leads ; My attention has been called to your telegram to our subsidiaries, the Steel Products Company and the Illinois Steel Company, asking if they aro dltterlinliinting against American vessels In shipments from the Taclfic i coast. I think our loc;il otllclals have been laboring under a misapprehen sion. I'lease be assured we will not Intentionally antagonize the statutory regui itions. There will hereafter be . no Just grounds for complaint. Chairman Iienson said lie regarded the telegram as satisfactory. WOMAN OF 100 HOLDS BlRTHDAYRECEPTlON 'Nanna' McGuinness Cele brates at Home for Aged. I'atntk. the doorkeei" r it tup r.d brick building conducted as i lljine fur tile Aged by the Little Slsteu of til.1 Poor, at 183d street and Be'moir. avenue, th' Bronx, had an iinuuall bu3y aftet noon yesterday, all on .icoun1. of the birthday of the oldest resident. Kvcrv time a caller came to see Miss Saraa Ann Mctiulnness, who crossed the cen tury mark, or to see any of the otlur III tren'and women living !n the horn.;, Patrick had to ring a big bell. And he rang It many times. Upstairs the little centenarian re ceived her visitors. For the occasion "Nanna," as everybody calls 1ior, was' dressed In her best black skirt and Knitted shawl, and her best cap. Miss .McGuinness was less than twenty wlien she cumo to this country from Ireland, and she remembers when th-1 New York public travelled 'u t-tage coaches and when there were only thr.e Catholic churches down town, St Peter's. St. Andrew's and St. -Mary's. "There may have been others, but I remember only those," she said. Ilrokrn Promise Costs 17,000. A Jury before Supreme Court Justice Lehman awarded yesterday c, Miss Sadie Baker a verdict or JT.OOu against Harry S. Holmes, nil efficiency engineer for the New York Central. He promised to marry' her. she asserted, but she dis covered after they bid Ihed cniiether fot a time that lie had a wife and e-nlld-ren at "19 West Knd avenue. Hoover Will Nut Hun n Deinoenit. Herbert Hoover replied "No" yester day to the Inquiry from Chandler Jt. Wood of 10 State street, Boston, as to whether he would accept a Democratic nomination. St.l.tiuU HiiiiU (III ml I In Get SI 0,000 St. Louis, April 9. Five armed and masked men robbed tho Leiwelf Bank here to-day, escaping with $10,000. ylny time oldm BAKERS COCOA is "welcome cious in flavor, and so wholesome that it should- be used regularly and often. BookleUof Choice Recipes sent free. WALTER BAKER & COdtt s&ffisAedl78O.T)0RCnESlEIO'Mk$S. Second Choice. Ixiwdcn State. tMil)ppl Mlnourl .... Montana ... Nebriuka .. , 13 11 OIHl sa liOHdrii Wood 10 tuil.tll WlKlll Wnml Iodeil Kerada li Wood ,lohnou 1,0 vide n llimlinx t'New llanipshlro.. S WoikI . . ft J H'nn.1 nrvf jriwT Wood 'New Mexlce C Woinl Worn! lowueu Ixiwileii New YnrU North Carolina. CS Uiwili-n "ITItchord (North l)aUotii,'!.!.5o Johnson Ipwiftti itnLli,t,n,,,., . ?ll l.rtWi I'll 100U Ohio Hardtnir Wool Ori'gon 10 Wood I.iiimIi'ii renniiylvanla "i Snroul Wow Ittiodo Inland 10 Wood Harding South Carolina.... II Wood IiwiHi I H.'outh Daltota.... in Woml bnnilcn I t'tali H liwilm Wood vaVlrn-inl'i 1K T.nu,!..ll WOOll nloeteit nil their doleirnte (oXCPDt In LIFT NEWSPRINT BAN OFF FRENCH PAPERS Authorities Give Publishers Chance to Enlarge. Special Cable neipotch to The Sri ami New Yokk IlrttALn. iifv'Wi l'-0. v Tim Si n anp New Yohk l.iatiu'. Paiiis, April 0. French newspaper publishers now are able to negotiate for newsprint paper supplies at prices un restricted by Government regulation and can make their own shipping arrange ments ulthout awaiting the sanction of the odlce of the National de la Presse, which was the Government's war agency to prevent tho use of transatlantic ship ping for other purposes than foodstuffs and war material. Individual newspapers have been piotestlng against being limited to lour pages dally while in Kngl.ind and Amer ica, aiwl even In Germany, publishers wore able to print nuwspapers of al most normal size. The Paris newsprint paper situation remains very acute, newsprint paper this week being quotid at li.OOO francs (60O a present rate of exchange) a ton. SONORA GOVERNMENT SEIZES U.S.OWNEDR.R. Southern Pacific Will Protest to President Carranza. NOtiALL'S. Arjz., April 9 The .Southern Pacific of Mexico Hallroad. an American owned line, was seized by the State .'o ei nment of Sononi, Mexico, to-day. Tin tailrnad for some, dnjs bud been tied up by strike. No formal notice of the inten- tlfitl itl tin, Ismtiit.i ntitli... 111... 1. ..i.i. and operate the line was nlveti the i.itl l uad. Officials said the strike soon wmild have been broken h id not the St ite .. i thoi I tics acted. A threat of t.ie Carranza l'cdii1 Government three days ago to .ur and operate tho line with mldle was met with a threat by strikers and polltun! leadtrs that such a lourse would U.id to revolution In Sonora. 'Hie Southern Pacific of Mrx'e.i In n subsidiary of the Southern Pacific Com pany In the United States and 600. 0U0 American stockholders are Interested iu tho Mexican line. It was said. Ttrcso.v, Ariz.. April !i Col. i:,it-s Ilandolph, president of the Southern Pa cific, said his agent In Mexico city had been instructed to call the attention i.f the Mexican Federal authorities to the Sonora Governor's action. He called at tention to an Injunction recently Issued by tho Federal District Court In Sonora forbidding seizure of the road by the Sonora Government. P. F. KASTEL ACQUITTED. Broker Wus Not Custodian of Al Iori-iI .Mlinpproprl.ited Funds. I i Philip F. Kastel, a resident of the Waldorf-Astoria, was acquitted yester day In General Sessions of a charge preferred by Adolpli Kahn, art dealer, of SIS Amsterdam aenue, of appropriating $3,"i00 which Kahn gave him to buy 10, 000 shares of Tuxpam Oil stock. William .1. Fallon, lepresenting Kas tel, laid before the court a record of testimony given by Kahn in liatikrupti y pioceedlngs of Solomon & Co., hrokeis, of i Broad street, In September, 191S, showing that Solomon & e'o , and not Kastel, were the custodians of fie stock Kahn had purchased. Kastel is a member of the brokerage firm of P. F. Kastel S. Co. 20 Broad street. 1)1)1 la Mii l.iiunelied at Hot; Ulmiil. Philadelphia, April 9. Hog Island launched Its ninety-ninth ship to-day. tho cargo carrier Cardonla y 1 Do not make the mistake of think ing that cocoa Is only an occasional drink. It is so valuable a food beverage, so rich in the elements of nutrition, so deli No. Dtle- First eatcs. Choice. WOOD COMING HERE TO SEE DELEGATES Oe'ncrnl to Meet Primary Win ners in Metropolitan Dis trict Next- Saturday. LEADKIIS A HE INVITED His Managers Give Uy Michi gan's !10 Votes in Chicago to Johnson. Delegates to the Hepiibllean national' convention from New York city and ad joining counlloH havo been asked to meet Major-Gen. Leonard Wood. Ho will make n brief address to thepi Iu Car negie Hull at 2:.'I0 o'clock next Saturday afternoon. Arrangements for this meeting hnvx been niade by pom" of tho delegates who aro favorable to the nomination of the General. State Chairman George A. Glynn and other Stato and local leaders havo been risked, to bo present. It was conceded by the Wood man agement yesterday that United States Senator Hiram Johnson was entitled to the votes of tho thirty Michigan dele gates to the Itepubllcan national con vention under tho preferential law of thntvState. Col. Thomns W. Miller, who Is asso ciated with Keproscnlntlvo Norman J. Gould In tho management of tho F.tBtern campaign, was perturbed when lio read tho statement that had been made at tho Imperial headquarters saying the Wood managers understood that they were entitled to fourteen of the thirty delegates because scveh of tho Congress districts had been carried by the Gen eral. He dictated a statement In which ho said : "As the Wood managers understand It the Michigan law under which tho Pres idential preference was decided at tho primary last Monday will Insure Sena tor Johnson receiving tho votes of the thirty delegates from Michigan regard less of any unauthorized statement or Inferences heretofore issued as emanat ing from these headquarters. "Whatever agreement the Wood or ganization has made, either in writing or otherwise, concerning the delegation from Michigan will bo scrupulously lived up to.'' Senator Jolinson ended ills present New Jersey '-peaking tour last night and starts this morning for Nebraska. when you could sell property without even being asked if it was elec trically wired. You can't today, nor can you get the price for it that you would if it were! or you house tviringon partial pcyncr.:! Phone Stuyvesant 4QS0 or a-rite for details ' if how '.ve will finance suck improvements :!.rc:.h your Leal electrical contractor. ho United Electric Lmht Power Go. 1 f fci r- 1 . jL CI U M K IH U3 II 111 Kl K1 M El Stern Brothers West 42nd and 43rd Streets Complete Sets of STANDARD WORKS Arc now being displayed al moderalc prices. Shakespeare's Works, 12 vols.; Cloth; set $9.00 Shakespeare's Works, Gollancz Edition; 10 volumes; Cloth ; 13.50 Shakespeare's Works - 12 volumes; Cloth 18.00 Tennyson's Poetical Works, 13 vols.; Cloth 10.80 Tennyson's Poetical Works, 13 volumes; limp leather 13.50 Smollet 6 volumes; three-quarter leather 13.50 Smollet 6 volumes; three-quarter Morocco. . 22.00 Balzac 18 vols.; three-qtr. Persian Morocco, 36.00 Eliot 10 vols.; three-quarter Morocco 42.50 Lamb 5 vols.; three-quarter Persian Morocco 10.00 CLERK SEIZED IN $275,000 ROBBERY CoiiHiiiifil from I'lriit rune. mediately ns tho Illltmore's former as .sisttint room clerk, Tho Jeweller, according to n prear ranged scheme, agreed to buy the vt!arls, gave tlio man a receipt for them and told 1)1 hi to oalt yesterday for tho check. Ho called, look tho "check and went uwny, tho detectives falling In behind as ho walked through Uroiulwny. Ho boarded a trolley ir and rodo wutli to City Hall, There ho waited for a few minutes jiiul then started to walk to ward tho Woolworth Building. Ho had been followed Iu tho supposition that ho might mcot n pal or reveal somo other connection, nnd when the danger of los ing Mm In thu crowds grew too great lie was seized. Ho mndo no effort to con ceal his Identity, even admitting his name, At heaJquarters lb? detectives brought out u number of rogues gallery photo graphs and compared the face of Junius K. Foye, the ex-convict and swindler of record, with that of Jnnies K. Foye, tho former Hlltmoro employee. Tho resem blance was perfect, thy said. TJien they declared that Foyo was ar rested in November, 1913. and accused nf forging stock certificates of tho Gen eral Klectrlo Company of Philadelphia, for the purpose, of obtaining $207,000 on loans for which tho certificates wcro given as security. Ho was arrested In this city, they said, and trlid and con victed In Philadelphia. After ho bail been sentenced to from five to ten years In tho Pennsylvania State Prison ho wna pardoned by Gov, Brumbaugh, friends having interceded for him at Ilarrls burg. Bo Immediately returned to New York, It Is shown In court records and newspaper files, and made statements concerning $21,000 of tne money he was convicted of .stealing. Ho said bo had given that portion of It to Mrs. llllzabeth Austin Brlggs of 97S Lincoln plare, Brooklyn, tho wife of F. Forrest Brlggs, n lawyer. .Ho said be asked her to return the money so that ho might give It to those from whom he stole It and thus shorten his term In prison. Sho refused, he told the police. Unit Ills Mother Arrcstnl. Mrs. Brlggs was arrested on a charge nf reretvinir stolen iroods. but sho was exonerated of the accusation. Foye's record In Neiw ork city, It was stated at headquarters, Included a mit.'itlnii concerning the arrest at his request of his mother. Mrs. Florence Foye, on a charge nf begging. She was not convicted. At the time he Is said to hae caused Sherman Creek Generating Station West 201st Street and Harlem Kiver District Offices and Show Rooms Slth Street an.l liia,Iay 146ih Mrtet anil ISroadway his mother's arrest Foye, according to tho police, wns employed ftii a private secretary by Charles O, nnd John W, antes, then fltoclcbrolinrs, Hfforts to communtcato tho news of Foye's nrrest to Mrs, Mlllhlscr at lior homo nt 270 Parle avonuo wero unavail ing. It was stated by a maid that Mr, Mlllhlser was entertaining friends nt dinner, nnd thnt on no account would sho bo summoned to seo a reporter. Neither or her two daughters could bo ntervlewcd. "4 Boforo her mnrrlago Mrs, Mlllhlsor wus Miss Itcglna Viola Greenewold of J'hllndelphla, Her husbnnd, Clarence Aflllhlser. a resident of Richmond, Vs., wan well known nH a capitalist, Sho is a iilecii of Ellis Qlmbel of tho firm of Glmbel Bros. POTATOES BARRED IN DENVER. Hotels nnd' Ilestaurnnts .Start' KlKht on IllKli Prices. DfiNvnn, April 9. Potatoes aro not on tho menu of Denver's better restaurants to-day. This Is the result of n decision by thn Denver Hotel and Hestaurnnt KeepcVs Association last night, that In Justlco to the ptibllo potatoes be eliminated until a "substantial reduction" from tho present prices Is made. Fourteenth Street Men's Stylwear Suits 43.50 Our regular $50 and $55 The new materials of Spring including cash meres, worsted stripes mixtures and plain colors have been fashioned into single and double breasted suits one, two or three button models or into models which are quietly dignified'f or those who prefer more conservative stylings. All sizes. Stylwear suits mean distinctive tailoring splen did materials and moderate pricings. i Wool Suits for Men and Young Men 28.50 ' $33.75 Value Included are heather mixtures in browns and greens also gray, green, brown, tan and other shades. One, two and three button, single or double breasted models-sizes 34 to 42 only. Other suits TWO SERVE AT ONE BROOKLYN COURT JOB Justices' Appointee Isn't Rec ognized by County Clerk Justice Itussell Benedict of the Brook lyn Supremo Court looked up from his desk yesterday nnd expected to greet Charles H. Dovoy, whom tho board of Justices had appointed tho day befoio as clerk of tho court to succeed the late James A. MoGee, Instead ho saw James A. McQuade, Democratic leader ef the Fifteenth Assembly district, who said Wllllnm A. Kelly, County Clerk of Kings county, had appointed him to succeed Mr. McGee. Justlco Benedict refused to rccognUo tho appointment of McQuude, while Kelly refused to recognlzo the appoint ment of Dovoy. Tho result wis that McQuado and Dovoy took up stations In neutral corners of tho Supremo Court clerk's offices yesterday and each stuck on the Job all day Kelly, who appointed SIcQuade, Is a Democrat. Klght of the fourteen Jus- tlees are Republicans ; the Democratic Justices am understood to have opposed tho appointment of Devoy, a Republi can of long standing nnd assistant to F. H. La Guardla, President of the Board of Aldermen. STORE OPEN 9 A. M. to 5 P. W.-at of we carry in stock range in 28.00 to 90.00 f. V . . 'A MEN'S SHOP Direct Entrance 32 W. Sure Relief 6 Bell-ans Hot water Sure Relief RE LL-ANS fcdFFOR INDIGESTION Est. 1876 Ileiuiu (llaminr. I'rm'lirrj Mnerwlinmii, Fur niture, lloiili", 'llMiIng liminril file., ,.e Itl'll. Illilt mill LKATIIKIt CKJIKNT urn two othi-f Id ml . AH tine klniln are UU-. pr Iwttle t all dealer. M.UOIt M1"J. CO., X. Y. City. M. Fifth Avenue price from 14th St. IS I c.anaii.mianitTMi.w ltla Chm. wtt. PitrmTn. T.T