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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1920.
ENRIGHT PROMOTES HIGH OFFICIALS lahey Gets Title of Chief In spector and Salary of $7,500 a Year. PALY AND CRAY GO UP fart of Programme Includes Appointment of Four New Captains. Ths moat Important and significant set of changes mad fn th Police De partment alnce Commissioner Enrlght took office was announced yesterday by him. Unities roost police shifts of the past, every on affected by yesterdays ohantres will be benefited, and th plan which Commissioner Enrlght Is putting Into operation Is stated to t based on a dslr to male th department as modern and effective as possible. In the changes mads, Second Deputy Commissioner William J. Lahey Is made tho directing head of both the uniformed nml the detective forces and Is given the title of Chief Inspector. His salary, Which wus J6.000 a yenr as Deputy (Viiimiwloner, will be advanced to 17,500. Lahey was the Mist Deputy Commissioner appointed, or "made" by Enrlght when the latter was put at the hi ad 0 tho police force, and tho two have served for the same length of time Fourth Deputy Commissioner John Daly, who has been on leave for tho last two months and has been Acting Chief Inspector, will becomo Second Deputy Commissioner. The place of Fourth Deputy Commissioner, when Daly steps out of It, will be taken by Inspector John J. Cray, who has been tn charge of the Detective Bureau for a number of years. A( tin Capt. John Coughlln, who has I been In charge of tho Brooklyn Detec tlve Hun an for a long time, will "cross the rlvr" under th new arrangement and aa an acting Inspector will assist Chief Inspector Lahey a head of the Detective Bureau. Commissioner ICnrlght announced yes terday that as part of hi programme he will appoint at least four new cap tains, and although he did not say so It Is assumed that one of them will be Lieut George Busby, who stand at the head of the eligible list of lieuten ants. Bueby was out of th depart ment and In the army wb.ll this coun try was actively, at war, but returned to It after he took oft hi military uni form and without losing hi place) on the eligible Hat The laat appointment on th list of yesterday was that of Acting Inspector Samuel Be'ton, who, It was announced, will be advanced to a full Inspectorship. Capt Alfred W. Thor, who ha been an acting chlaf Inspoctor, 1 displaced from his temporary office by th promotion of Lahey, and will resume a former po eltlon as chief of staff and aid to th chlaf tnipector. The programme of one man In com mand, next to the Police Commissioner himself, of all the body of the police haa not been tried out since William S. Dcvery waa chief of polios, the uni formed and detective arm of th de partment having always been separately administered since his day. Lahey as the man only next below Enrlght be 'omes responsible only to him, and de part from the rule which once required , chief Inspectors to report to the Second Deputy Commissioner. One of the salient thing about yes terday's arrangement U that whan It roe Into oDcrutlon all but two of the commtnlonershlps at Police Headquar-1 ters will be hem By men wno once walked the street as plain policemen. The only two civilians still police of ficials are Klrst Deputy Commissioner John A. Leach and Fifth Deputy Com missioner Kllen A. O'Orudy. And un der the rules a deputy commissioner who has served In that capacity six months before he Is retired receives a pension almost If not quit aa substantial aa the salary of an Inspector on active duty. Soviet Attorney In Ftkt. Bupapibt, Sept 8. Attorney Nagy, counsel for Bolshevik commissaries ac cused of a plot to overthrow Admiral Nicholas Horthy, the Regent has fled the country. Nagy fled after the police had Intercepted letteni tending to show the expenses of the defence were being psld by the Russian Soviets In Moscow. Attractions Are Trlees Qtiallty Sen Ice Mi i H l 'ft mt m JLA Vul Jk a, Tel. Kill Ro G100. Hrel' Sow. " t'wi.MAkttUkSk, United States Feed AdainittrauM License N. CiW.Wl fifth MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY FILLED n A special sale of "Hacienda Brand" Coffee and Pekin Ceylon Tea Heads the Grocery List "Hacienda Brand" Coffee A Blend of Choice South American Coffee. A delicious, mild coffee for jrrkfit. Routed daily la our own laboratory. Put up In one pound bags only; thfc sale, 37c. Sale of Ceylon Teas OHI FINEST Ol'AI.ITY IM PORTED CEYLON TEA A full flavored Tea, of delicious and delicate aroma; regularly 1-lb. i-addy, 94c: this sale. Mb. caddy. 8.1.97. 1-lb. carton, 83c. "I.1LT WHITE" RKWO CEY LON TEA A heavy bodied rich aromatic tea; our regular price, 1-lb. carton, 7!c; thia ale. 5-lb. caddy. S3.4S; 1-lb. carton. 7tc. PEKTN CEYLON TEA We challenge competition for the price and quality with any of widely advertised branda that retail for Oc pound. This sale. 10-lb. caddy. M.M; Mb. caddy, (2.13; 1-lb. carton. 43c AM VHYI.I.1S CEYLON TEA Ex tra choice quality; we challenge competition for price and quality: our regular price. 74c lb : thin sale Mb. caddy, S3. 33; 1-lb car ton, 06c. CURIO CEYLON TEA Compare lt n'tallty with Ceylon Tea nold elaewucre at 73c lo.; our usual Srlce, S4c; this sale. 5-lb. caddy, .79; 1-lb. carton. 7c. "Bridal Veil" Flour Rated by expert millers as one of the highest grades of flour on the market. Barrel $18.44 Half-barrel ,. 9.64 24-lb. Bag 2.32 Oatmeal "Ltly WblU" Brand Rolled White Oats 10-lb. cotton bag 70 5-lb. cotton bag 38c Taney Pea Beans 5-lb. bag. . .880 California Dried Unit Benns.-Kx-tra quality; 5-lb. bag, 94o State Marrow Beans 5-lb. bag. 94c Anchovies In OUv Oil 'Wlarceau" Hrand: M Dot.. 74ci H hot.. SOo Pure Red Currant Jelly "Imperial'' Brand: made of fruit and sugar only; l (mm. Jan; dozen. S3. 96; each. 34c Franklin Mill Entire Wheat Flour No. 8 carton, 49c PttUhn Floor Bran Flakes 34-lb. csrton, 39c Blcarksnat of Sena -Pound car tons, ec: 15-lb. carton, Ac Worcestershire Bailee Suttou's; bottled In England: tt-oz. bottle. 38a "Lily White" Brand Mayonnaise The perfect dressing; 8-oa. Jars; dns., ai.tt; each. 34c New York Stat French Style Prunes In heavy syrup; No. 2H cans; doz.. 5.17; each. 4Vo Special Sale of the Finest Louisiana Whole Head Rice Our finest Louisiana unpolished whole head rice is the best procurable, guaranteed to be strictly extra fancy whole head rice. Grown in Louisiana, of exceptional quality, delicious flavor, unusually rich in nutritive qualities. It is known that rice, proprly cooked, is among the best, most nutritious and easiest digested foods. JS-lb. cotton bag $4.54 I 10-lb. cotton bag $1.84 5-lb. cotton bag $3 2-lb. cotton bag .38 CONCORD CRAPE JUICE AT LOW PRICES An exceptional offering of Lily White Brand Grape Juice, pure and unfermented. Made of dioice Concord grapes. Half Gallon Glass Jar Dozen, $11.44 Each, 98c Quart Bottles 6-84 " 59c Pint Bottles 8.64 31c 4-oz. Bottles He Stuffed Spanish Queen Olive Selected large queen olives: stuffed with sweet Spanish lied Peppers. In Urge 1-pt. 4-os. Jan; packed especially for f$f& dozen, 88.061 each, 69o Spanish Queen Olive Selected queen olives, sound and perfect. In pint Mason 1 arv dozen. 84.59; each, 39c "Lily' Whit" Brand ChUl Sauce Made of ripe tomatoes, especially selected and combined with pure spices: pint bottle. 34c; H-plnt bottle. 3c Sale of "I Ily Whit'' Brand Tomato Catsup Made of the fluent ripe toma toes, especially selected and combined with pure spices; pint bottle: f(lc tni, ,1,, bottle, S4o "Chantedalr" Brand Portuguese Sardines. With Bones- Packed In pure olive oil' 3"- can, dozen, M.79: each. Mo Herrings In Tomato Bauce Prepared by th Aberdeen Pr-wirvlng Oo.. Ltd. of Ab'rdeen; packed In 1-lb. cans; , . d8?- ?,tM California Sardines, Diamond O Brand Packed In nut kernel oil; thw. containing 8 to 12 nah: dozen tins, (3.14; each. SJo Columbia River Salmon, Royal Chinook. Top Grade Brand; packed by Tallant-Grant Co.; No. flat can; doz., $2.74; each. 24c California Aaparagus "Gold Dust" Brand; large, white, tender stalks; No. 2i square cans, containing 45 to 50 stalks; doz., cans, $3.96; each, 34c Virginia rpre packet TOMAlOKg "Weyley" Brand; solid packed; large No. 3J4 can. COIN - "LOy White" Brand Maine Sugar Com; No. a can; our Brand Early Tim Peaai No. 2 oan. SHOE PIXJ CORN Blue Dell brand; quality superior to any packed; No. 2 can. THIS SALE 19c Can 2.19 Dozen CALIFORNIA BRUSSELS sprouts "Lily wait" Brand No. 2 can. CUT STRING BEAMS "Jessamins" nraoa. one quality packed; No. 2 can; our usual price, 11c BKACMABCHANBBBAND MAINE BAKDinBS m mustard sauce; French style; H can; reg. 13o. ORKOON SALMON Cape Arcgo tfrann; meuium red; No. M can. A Timely Sale of Pure Olive Oil We import all our oil direct from, the OUw Groves, and we pack it in our laboratouncter hygiic conditions. We guar antee it to be pure. ruLL vunci FRENCH Marceau Brand. Our own usual price, per quart can. Is $1.94; j stq this special sale. . . let 47 SPANISH Ollvw Oil. Our OwTl usual price, per yuan can. Is $1.74; this 1 a A special sale i) unarMrm 6 fi r H Hair Nets U U Full sized, genuine Human LJ Hair Nets to ma ch all shade Cap and allover itylea at H B 11.00 H y G Grey and White Nets, 2.00 Dm. W Store Hours 9 to 5:30. Open All Day Saturday. JWnofe GnMoSKe & Co. 5t6 cAwriuie at 40tS haA Women's New Neckwear Specially desiinfrd for new autumn frocks at.. Coat Suits. Fin Bruueli Net Collar, with inserts of Vl. Uce -eiqultltely dainty and unuiually attrac tive a medal dtcidadly worth buying. VJm 111 1.25 SILK SALE-Continued Listing three values that are unequalled. Taffeta A lustrous quality ?5 inches wide. Ivory Coral Copen Royal Brown White Nile Old Rose Cardinal Mais Green Emerald Taupe Admiral Pink Turquoise Purple Garnet Seal Light Navy Dark Navy Black Formerly 3.00-3.50 2.25 Exceptional Offering of Dress Satins Satin Brilliant a popular fall weave that is sort ana nne -w incnei wiaeinr m Mtmrxi uantf4 rnlnrina Xvt VfVII VV V VVIWIIIIQ) Formerly 3.00-3.25 Satin America one of the finest weaves produced from the looms 35 inches ) every fashionable shade is represented;! n pa also a complete lilt of changeable colon and black. Formerly 5.50 Unequalled Values in the Special Sale of GLOVES An offering selected with a view to out fitting the college girl with gloves for the entire season. New items at last year's prices. French Kid Gloves two clasp sty'e overscan! sewn with Paris Point and 3 row ontrast ing embroidery white with black all black black with white mode brown tan grey champagne and beaver. Fall Price to b. 4.50. Spaclal 3.00 Strap wrist Mocha and Moleskin Gloves the majority of these are genuine mocha in grey only; there are also a few moleskins of a high class make in field mouse and grey. Fall Price to be 7.50. Special 5.00 Genuine Mocha Gloves one clasp with novelty embroidery pique sewn. Fall Price 4.50. Special 3.00 BLOUSES New models that establish the mode for the coming season. Lovely Crepe de Chines of which the illustration is typical others lace trim med, silk embroidered and striped. Exceptionally low priced at 4.95 The Men's Department Features Neckwear, Half Hose and Pajamas At Less Than Regular Prices. HALF HOSE-an extra fine quality of lisle thread In black) and Cordovan only full fashioned. j Valut 1.25 pr. J FINE PAJAMAS of mercerized cotton in plain colors and Per- cale in neat patterns. 2.95 Value 3.50 ) NEW AUTUMN NECKWEAR heavy, rich cravatings in the best colorings four-in-hands that slide easily under the collar and 250 hold their shape well. I Tax .05 Value 5.90 An Inaugural of the New Autumn Modes in Women's and Misses' Apparel 69.50 jfeiii , Suggesting a wide range of styles and much that is of interest in the price appeal. TAILORED SUITS of the finest qutlity Duvet de Laine equal in every respect to custom made garment and reflecting the latest fashion tendency. The new shades are generously represented. At illustrated. 69.50 NEW STRAICHrUNE DRESS of Satin Crepe elaborate beaded motifs en hance the loveliness of this unusual frock and place it among the truly desirable modes for fall. The long waistline it sashed with lustrous two toned ribbon. In Navy and Black. 75.00 Particularly worthy of note is a Wrap of Evola Cloth Smart of line and distinguished by al arge collar lined throughout with novelty silk. 78.00 Summer Apparel now offered at Emphatic Reductions Ribbons An unusual offering of , All Silk Taffeta 5 and 6 inches wide Embracing the season's most de sirable color combinations in light and dark effects stripes and plaids. Suitable for Hair Bows, Sashes and trimming. . 73 Formerly 1.00, 1.25 and 1.50 New! Dress Goods Featuring the wool fabrics that will be moat in demand for the coming season. COSTUME SERGE 54 inches wide in Navy and Black. Regularly 3.25 2.75 Yd. IMPORTED TRICOT NES 54 inches wide manufactured in France in Navy. Cadet, Battleship Grey, Green, Purple and Black. Regularly 6.50 5.95 Yd. WOOL PLAIDS -54 inches wide-y-in a variety of fall color com binations. Regularly 5.75 5.25 Yd. New Umbrellas Specially Priced Cotton Storm Umbrellas for women made for service and finished with neat handles. Newest Colored Silk Umbrellas sun and rain style trimmed with leather straps or cords fine, durable qualities. 2.35 10.00 Wool Filled Comfortables Offered This Week at Very Special Prices Figured Silkoline (Comfortables nicely padded wool filled. Regularly 11.00 Spaelal at 9.75 Figured Cambric Comfortables with plain sateen borders all wool filled. Regularly 15 JO Special, 12.75 Reversible Velour PORTIERES This sale price in effect for a short time only new orders coming will be subject to a higher price, because of current market quotations. There fore substantial savings can be realized if prompt advantage is taken of this exceptional offering. In these Combinations: Blue and Gold Blue and Mulberry Brown and Brown , Blue and Brown Blue and Rose Specially Priced 34.75 pr. Auto Robes A Sale that is the center of the most active interest. Many an automobile is greatly in need of a new robe, so why not invest In one of these and thereby save about . Your choice of a variety of plaids. All wool qualities with fringed ends. Regularly 28.00 16.50 And in addition to the above we have another assortment of Rugs that are woven from pure, long staple fleece of unusual softness and warmth. Plaids and plain colors. Regularly 42.50 29.50 Sale of Domestic Rugs and Carpets Splendid, sturdy weaves that will g've the utmost in service and prove of lasting satisfaction. Wilton Rugs Best English and Bigelow Hartford makes in a wide range of the newest . .. .. j decorative patterns ana coloring. 27 x 54 12.00 to 20.00 4.6 x 7.6 47.50 to 57.50 6.9 x 9 77.50 to 82.50 9.0x10.6 132.00 to 145.00 9x12 145.00 to 165.00 11.3x13.6 200.00 to 225.00 "Made Up' Carpet Rugs to yz Off Made in our own workrooms from standard grades of Wilton, Axminster, Wilton Velvet and Brussels. Sizes 4.6 x 6.0 at 12.00 to 17.50 to Shea 9.0 x 12.0 at 75.00 A Noteworthy Event Box Sale of Hosiery Excellent Qualities at Specially Reduced Prices If Bought in Quantities of Three. Purs Silk and Fibr Mlied Hosiery In a lustrous dependable qusllty with lisle tops and selss ssimed backs plain weave its i whit, csrdovan and black, All black erf caraWn la smart drop stitch effect and tn attractive assortment f two toned patterns with drp stitch in desirable colorings. Value 1.50 Pair Estra fin quality pin thread Silk Hasi AS whits, black or cordovan, alio smart openwork design in black or dark brown - lisle tops, and lolet seamed backs. Value 1.15 Pair .95 3 at .90 pr. i. on ) 1.60pr. Pure thread and pur dya Black SOV Hosiery full fashioned aa exceptional wearing quality with cotton top end Mies' Value 2.75 Pair Colored Silk pur dye and pur thread k:il U-.i . : Ui.- A(.l... U..w. UuV JUk 1 IV.ICI II. .nil,, funk,, ui..ll uimi and other shades full fashioned cattonl tops and teles. Value 9.50 Pair . COMBINATION SUITS of fine game. tts 1.95 3 at 1.85 pr. 2.95 3 at 2.80pr. lisle finelv ribbed band toos and tifhtl i - i knee. All ones. Value 1.40 3 at .90 ea. A Great Sale of Turkish Towels A concession in price from the manufacturer makes this truly remarkable sale possible. These Turkish Towels are all neatly hemmed and full bleached. Size 22x44. Made of a fine quality of yarn that is heavy and absorbent. Towels of this quality are very unusual at such low prices, there fore customers are urged to take advantage of this splendid opportunity before this special purchae: is exhausted. .75 Each Regularly 1.00 Each Mail and phone orders promptly filled.