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THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK. HERALD. THURSDAY 'APRIL, 22, 1930.,
MEMORIAL FOR TWO NAVIES. tlrltlsh and American Monolith (o lie Ilullt In Ji. Y. Harbor. Washington, April 21. On behalf of the Dover patrol war memorial 'fund and tho English Speaking Union, Mujor John Wrench, secretary of thevunlon, presented to-day to Secretnry Daniels a check for 0,000, allotted to this country out of tho general fund, for the erection of a memorial to tha assoclatlonVf tho Urltleh and American navies lntho maintenance of the Dover patrol Major Wrench. In presenting tho check, Bald: "Whatever may be the ul timate slxe ol either the American or Ilrltlsh navy, I believe our respective ...III flt In tha hrfkftVPH Of the JOIN WANAI1IE1 IXlil VUltM" MAM SOON TO BE POSTED Seven Hcas for all tlmo In tho friendliest association."' 'The fund will be used In tho erec tion of a monolith at tho entrance of New York harbor. federal Roundup of Delin quents Starts nt Onco in Broadway at Ninth, New York Telephone Stuyvesant 4700 Store Hours. 0 to 5 "TUnere 5s a Good T3mnie(. 1853 All Farts of Country. ALIEN IS CHIEF OFFENDER 000,000 Caught in Last Drivo mid $19,000,000 Bccovored by Government. ,.,, ,0 THI SW ! YOK HWitU. WA.iiiKax. April 21.-early 300,0 0 "nau'nt taxpayer! were rounded up ilu internal Kcvenuo Bureau In Its Ltl.n'Unt tax -rvf. whoh brought ... n,p rjovernment 19.051.838 m taxes L and Penalties. In mo t Instance. Z dMinnucnts were (riven tho benefit all doUts under the tax la and caution wore not made when they .id ui Seventy thousand non-resident ' liens who were delinquent In their taxes " ire dlHc-overed leaving the port of Now ?oric, and each of them had to pay be fore leaving the country. All of the delinquents wer.e for he tx year of 1918. tho Irurcau running nnUlerably bohlnd In Its audits. A drive against 1919 delinquent., wll be t.emn Immediately, as soon as a prelim nary checking up of returns Is made. The last drive reached every section of the country and every class of tax Divers. Discovery was made that 131. S8S persons had not made returns who wcro required to do so under tho law, and $7,500,000 was collected from them in taxes and penalties. More than 44.000 taxpayers wl h In comes of $5,000 a year or less failed to ty the full amount of taxes due. and an iVlltlonal J3.300.00O was collected from ,hltnn significant that the largest num Iwr of delinquents were aliens or In tho to-called low Income class. The next hrcest number of delinquents was among the individuals and corporations required to file returns of miscellaneous taxes, such as luxury taxes, admissions, Kft drlnlcs ana omers. . 161.691 such delinquents, and a total of 57 926,238 was collected from them. in tho new campaign, lists of all tax payers In every district will be posted In collector's offices. This will make It asy for tho citizens who seek revenge by reporting delinquent enemies. OFFER BLOOD TO SAVE CHILD. Tklrty-Ux Men Volunteer for Transfusion Operation. Thlrty-sts men have offered to un dergo a blood transfusion operation to Mve the life of Clara Pruden. 6 years old, the daughter of John Pruden of ii Elmwood avenuo, Montclalr, . J., wtio has been a patient In Mountainside Hoa. rital, Olen Ridge, since February 27. when she suffered a broken hip In a deign accident. A relative of the Pruden family In serted an advertisement offering $25 to any one who would aid the operation, but the men who have responded assert they will nt accept any money. Mr. Pruden is a member of the Montclalr Fire Department. Cnthollos May Extend Urlie. Subsrrlptlons to the Catholic Charities of tho Archdloccso of New York reached J2".;32 yesterday, and It Is expected the remainder of the 00,000 sought will be raised without difficulty. The Arch bishop's committee may decide to con tinue the drive' for $1,000,000. St. An thony s Church, In ICCth street, the Bronx, and the Church of the Sacred Heart, in East Thirty-third street, passed their quotas during the day. The drive nas planned to end Sunday. Keystone Tires Give the utmost sat isfactio n and service for the money You can buy them from your dealer or direct from us if you like. ACENCIES now bein granted in all cities and important towns. Write for our proposition, and do it to-day. Tire dealers and agents everywhere throughout the country are increas ing their business vol ume and adding satisfied, customers with. the sale of Keystones. They Make Good With Everybody KEYSTONE TIRE & RUBBER CO.' Broadway at 62nd St. Keystone Building New York City TRAIN YOUR HAIR AS AN ACTRESS DOES No class of people devote." as much time to beauty as do actresses, and no iw must bp more careful to retain and develop thir charms. Inquiry tev.'lons the information that in hair (arc they find it dangwoua to sham poo with aiv makeshift hair cleanser. Hid majority say that to have the et hair wash and scalp stimulator at a cost of about three cents, oBe reed only get a package of canthrox "om your drugRist; dissolve a tea fpfonful in a cup of hot water and 3 our bhampoo is ready. Thus make? isoujjh shampoo liquid to apply it- to all the hsir instead of just the top of th hpad. Aiter its use the hair dries rapidly, with uniform color. Dan druff, rxcess oil and dirt are quickly dissolved and entirely disappear when vou rine tha hair. After this vour hair will dp.ho. fluffy it will look tnueb heavier than it is. It luster and wtr.ws will delight you, while the stimulated scalp gain' the health ntrh insures hair growth. Ad;. J.V.Si.J'A.fi..0 (Mm fUMWHlll'l ll t. .11. .Il'il 'W.L.D0U0LA9N .PEOOINOSHOtS AT SEVEH YEARS Of BACK AND FORTH THROUGH THE HEAT OF ins. nwunuAT nun ini ovit wnucLVuiD jkvjv rtoucH horse ?v:iHrw: v :. ' .... u..v Mr".'iTl;f un 1LVU1VR WORK ON THE FARM WHICH W.l.DOUGlAS WAS CALLIO UPON TO a-s, DO WHIN THERE WEBC NO BHOlo TO DC riBBIB FOR MEN AND WOMEN DISAN MANUFACTURING W.L "no" JULYS IB76 "THE $7.00 $8oo WHqwSTS SHAPE" $9 22 SHOES BOYS' SHOES $4.50 $5.00 $5.50 W. L. Douglas shoes are sold in 107 of our own stores direct from factory to the wearer. All middlemen's profits 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. The quality of W. L. Douglas, product is guaran teed by more than 40 years experience in making fine shoes. The smart styles are the leaders in the fashion centers of America. They are made in a Ctaraplng the price on every pair of shoes as 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. L. Douglas name on shoes is his pledge ' that they are the best in materials, workmanship and style possible to produce at the price. Into every pair go the results of sixty-seven years experience in making, shoes, dating back to the time when W. L. Douglas was a lad of seven, pegging shoes. W. L. Douglas shoos are 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 tho factory. Send for booklet telling: bow to order shoes by. mail, postage free. well-equipped factory at Brockton, Mass., by the 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 prices are the same everywhere. They cost no more in San Francisco than they do in New York. CAUTION.-Instst upon having W. L. Douslns hoes. Tho name and price l plainly stamped on the sole. De careful to see that it has not been changed or mutilated. IfdL- .W.T,.DoUBl"i'shooCo., flSrV-teAlUlS 210 Spark Strret, 0 Ilrockton, Slait. W. L Douglas Stores in Greater New York vv A1IM3MU OIICCM U1T 1.,I.. 14 W kUlo'2 Broadway, cor. 30th St TtX7 FUhth Annas. U50' West 125th Street. BROOKLYN. 700 Tlroadway, near Thornton St. 130" Broadway, cor. Gates Avenuo. k-OZ Third Avreor. 120th St; 85!) Jiiumaiwn Avenue 2779 Third Av.,Sit.145thll47thStj 1 44i) Fulton Street. 14D5.Broadway (Times Sq.) 084 Third Avenue. , 1452 Third Avenuo. ' .1RRSEY CITY 18 Newark Avenue. A-HOBOKEN-lUOVashlngton Street. UNION IIIM-270 Bergenllne Ave. XEWAKK 831 Broad Street. PATEBSOX-192MarketSt.,cor.Clrk TKENTON-29 East State Street. Storei marked with a carry complete llnet of W. L. Douglat Shoet for Women J&For rosy cheeks, happy 1 smiles, white teeth, good I appetites and digestions. fM Its benefits are as GREAT . 1 l0 as its cost is SMALL! I W It satisfies the desire for sweets, I . m - and is beneficial, too.. 1 Sjr-VKr the I Sealed Tifiht-Kepf Riht W K Haunt 1 1 Lasts the PFRFECT GUM V ii j jf i uruir its Y'ji v. w -r -r- rr -r m W A6M is an expression used by Sir Walter Scott in "Rob Roy," and it has always been a favorite saying of tho Scotch people. As soon as the Armistice was determined upon, on No vember 11, 1018, the whole United States took a long stride to bring on the Good Time Coming . 'Ac dccply-to-bc-regretted , differences of oiir leaders in Washington have left us high and dry on the rocks of un certainty. " , The few rich people who can take care of themselves have had to bear the losses of depreciated Liberty Bonds, by which the Government got' monoy to win the war. The millions of poor people who wrought and scraped to gether all the little money they had and took the Liberty Bonds have been the greatest sufferers by having to sell their Bonds to speculators who have made them lose an average 6f ten per cent, of their earnings. The Treasury of the United States must make up these losses by a provision to keep Liberty Bonds at par so that whatever islcft in the old world will climb over through its owner for , the United States Bonds, the best security in the world. There is a good time coming, and coming soon, if we stand together and labor to bring it on. (Signed) April 22, 1920. Oreee Painted Iron Oardem Fihnniitaire Au Quatrieme The attractive and extremely serviceable iron garden and terrace furniture that Au Quatrieme had. copied from the furniture at Armcnonville is in readiness for your country garden. This furniture is designed to spend a lifetime on your lawn or porch or terrace. The chairs are of green painted wrought, iron, with green painted wooden seats and backs. The tables are entirely of metal. Their color, a light green with a darker stripe outlining the edges, is particularly suited td live against a background of foliage and flowers. If these had not been ordered in December the selling price now would be at least a third more, because of the increased price of iron and of labor. Settees, $85. Small folding side-chairs, $12.30. , Arm-chairs, $50. Oblong tables, $65. Small round tables, $50. Second floor, Old Building. A Sale for Miss fo Frocks $39.75, $493 Foulard Georgette Crepe Tricolette plain weave FOULARD frocks have ruffled skirls (model illustrated), three-tier skirts, or skirts trimmed with tiny pleatings to give distended hip effect, Navy blue-and-white colors. TRICOLETTE is the plain weave which looks like the fine silk jersey which Paris adores. Simple model trimmed with wee tabs of ribbon. Bark color, navy or Copenhagen blues. GEORGETTE CREPE frocks in navy blue only beaded but in a distinctive way. Seconfloor, Old Building Tenth Strcel. . Fur- Storage The Wanamaker Fur Storage vaults are ready. Tele phone usto send for your furs. Stuy vesanttfOO. Ask for Fur Storage Section. , La Petite Boutique de Confections A small, and dainty, doll like shop is the head quar ters for Camce, the most delicious of French choco lates and bon bons. The most exquisite and lovely fantastic boxes have been conceived to encase these confections. The most usual box is invariably tied with a bow knot of narrow ribbon of a delicate shade; $2 pound. Motor Entrance,. Ninth Street, Old Building. We Clean -and Store When you are ready to puUdown the Summer floor coverings, telephone us to call for the heavier rugs and clean them and store them until Fall. ' An Entire Dinner Cooked on the Electric Range - A most interesting dem onstration of the advantages and possibilities of the elec- trie range will be conducted by the director of the Effi ciency Kitchen, Mrs. Ada B. . Vail, Thursday at 2:30. Seventh Gallery, New Building. 40 Women's' Tailored Suflits at $35 & $45 A Remarkable Sale 175 Suits, $49.50 to $55 grades, at. . . .$35 225 Suits, $55 to $65 grades $45. To bring about this sale we had to do two very clever, things: First, we got in touch with a manufacturer who had some fine belvedere cloth that fine closely woven wool cloth that has a very fine herringbone twill through it. Room has lately become more valuable to the manufacturer, who gave us the opportunity to pro cure 175 suits made of this model and of a fine wool t mixture of the homespun character. These are the suits we are selling at $35. The models are smart and particularly - suitable for the type of material. Trim notch-collared suits, 'with narrow string girdles and patch pockets; the types of tailored suits appropri ate for both town and country; fully lined with plain and novelty silks and fastened with bone buttons. The beauty off these suits is that they all come in the light tans and grays greens that are so much favored for springtime wear after the dark colors of winter. For those who prefer them, there are a few blue serge suits at this price. The second clever thing we did was to obtain the suits to sell at $45 From a man who desired to begin work upon his Fall orders. These arc all midnight blue tricotine suits, $55 to $69 grades, in twelve models. This means that a great many types of women may find exactly the right suitffor their special needs. And this is exactly what makes this a really remarkable sale. Models arc braided and plain; notch and roll col larcdj made with little waistcoats, some of them, and featuring long Tuxedo collars in other cases shoulders and sleeves are what they should be trim, snug, well cut. The tailoring is excellent. Thursday, in the Women's Suit Salons. Second floor, Old Building. Newest Blouses ffromn Paris $8.75 tq $22 A woman who shops around much and frequently told us yesterday that nowhere else in the city had she seen so many attractive and unusual blouses at such moderate prices. French Batiste and Voile are the materials. The styles syary from a plain tailored model, simple and masculine ill cut, to a delightfully frivolous blouse ruffled at neck and sleeve, i Hand-drawn work and exquisite hand embroidery arc effectively introduced, in many of the blouses. The High Collar Featured It is enjoying wide popularity this season. The two models illustrated are typical. Both have. high necks. One of shell' pink batiste outlines a "V" neck with wide pleated ruffles edged with ecru net; narrower ruffles of the same sort form the turn-back cuff. The other blouse has the effect of a tailored shirt front, attained by means of hand-drawn work in vertical lines. It is distinctly novel and equally attractive in appearance. fmported Shops, Third floor, Old Building. 66 99 I Looked'.' . Said a Mae "at the way the searhs were finished in one of your half -lined coats; and the workmanship impressed mc as being very, very fine." This man has worn Wanamaker standard clothing for several seasons, but it is evident that he neve'r looked carefully into. the "inner" parts before. We always try to demonstrate these good features every time auit is sold; but occasionally the point is over looked. Still In the long;rUn these good points make themselves felt. They have a lot to do with service, and fit, and shapeliness, and all-around satisfaction. Wanamaker standard suits begin at $50. Topcoats at $45. London Redlcaf topcoats, $75. Burlington Arcade floor, New Building.