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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER ' 12, 1020.
11 SHAFTS TO HONOR virtfnlu Will Kroot Momorl- it I n Nmr WlndiPfitor, Wlinrn Jtotli Foil. '0TO MO WITjTj SPEAK ficiiff, JlnmRoun niul rrirWflrroAV !)IhIIiikiiIh1ic(1 'I'honWlvofl at Early Afco. ' Wwmnmii, A'., PPt. JlMimiorlalu jiMldon Ilnmffiir nnd Jme Jolnutmi J'jIllrTfw, Nth Nnrth CnrollnlanH, will ,i unwIM nwr her tlm rnmlwr wcnk r dm pliinm wlmra ttiuy illl. Mny nullum!, principally North Cnrnlln inn nr expwifJ Imre for tlm txnrcUon iMr lli't Joint fciiiplcciii of tho North ( jrellim PIvlHlim of United ConMcriita VMrmnH. Hi" North Hurollnii Wvlnlon nf L'nltM DniKhtiirti of tho Conffdfrnoy ,nil Uh -V'lU cui'lliift lllilorlc.il Com. '"fliTmniHorlftl to OMicrnl Jtanmmr, t i,i i, inKi lm th" nolle Orovo Hoiw, , ,,r, ruMWnwal died Oclnh?r 20, 180 1, , HIM iliHllmli'it on ThurwUy afternoon, ,!, n, nmrl.U to Unniirul I'littlffrew, u i) mrk Inn Hnyd Houw, whrro ho Ji",l, Jul 17, 18J3, will ho dedicated vriny iixfftiliiff. fhi nvo mnnorlnlii connlut nf irrnnlte columns, the ill ft nf the lute Col, 1, U, Mnyn nf fl:imnni1, , . . , At tlm (Ininxiiir Jlemorlnl tlnitlivttlon tho mvakor will liiplnd Major Cmrle M, HledmRiii formerly ti mmlpr of flcn, llflinnin'fl ftnff, nnd former rel ator Ilnnry A, du I'ont nf Delftwarii, whn whs ft iliitniti nf flen, 1lAmmir at Went Point, afterward mi officer In I Im I'nlon Army, nnd who vi with Clvn. Jtoiimuir at tlm tlm of hi" death, Dim In rrdernl Miir, den, ItaniKt'ifr wan mortally wounded nt the hnltlo nf Cedar Creek, near here, nnd fell Into tlm hand nf tho Union Army under (ten, I'hll Uherldan, Ilu wi tnlien to Hlierlrttm'i hend'iuartera nt th Hell (Irovo Houne, wliern ho re uelvd every intention from loth hli own and J'edciral wiirueonn, In uplto of whlrh he died October W, lffll, M tho J'eltlKrew dedication tho prin cipal nddrewi will ho hy Chief Juattra Walter Clarlt of North Carolina, whlla fieri. Itula 0, Younir nf Hnvnnnnli, (la,, nn Intlinnlo friend nf Don, I'ettlirrew, nleo will maUa nn nddreee, tlon, IVltlRffW pnininnnded Hnth'a division of tho Confederate tinny In J.onBitret' arnmult on Cemetery HIiIru, July S, 1S03, Diirlntc Ua'n rotrent from Oellyetmrtr ho commanded tho rear iruard of tho Confederate Army nnd win wounded nt KmIIIiir Waters July 14, Jlv wn moved ni'onca to llnyd llnme, near here, whero he died July 17, 1803, ' TnMnlN un the (IrriTi-n, Tho tahlet on tho Humour Memorlnl rcailH! "Northwcut of thU tahlut, fOn yard, la tho Hollo flrovo Houite.ln which died, Outohrr 20, ISOt, of woundn ro celved at Cedar Crcelt October IP, U(H, MnJornvn, Htephcn Dmlton Ilanmeur, 0, H, A. A niitlTO of North Carolina, ho sinned from the United filHtea Army In 1181 and enteritis; tho Confodcrntfl Matnit , army nn n I.luiitrniint rono to hn rank of Major-aeneral nt tho n of 27," The l",,t,Br,'w memnrlnl tahlet In ln scribed? "Dim west of this tnhlet MO fet la tho Iloyd House, In which died July 17, HJ, IlrlifMlen, James Johnston rttlrrnw of North Carolina, 0, H, A, f.'Utittyshurff Im commanded nnd led Heth's Division In tho assuult on Ccmo. tery rtldirn July 3, nnd In tlm retreat ww mortally wounded at Kalllng Wa torn July , iSfij, "'Ho was a Hrnvo nnd Accnmpllshol Officer and (lentleman, and his loss will hp deeply felt by the Country and tho nrmy.'-.ll, u, in," Winchester olthens will hold iv recep tlon for thn visiting Cnnfe1erafn voter, mis mid their friends Thursday nluht, SUIT THREATENED AGAINST VAN OWNERS Striking Teamsters Turned Down In Settlement Offer, A tentative offer of strlldnir movlnir van men to submll their itrlevnnces to arhltrntlon, made yesterday morning to thn Van Owners' Association, was with drawn last nlht when tho latter nn nouiH'cil It would nKren to a parley, pro. vlded tho committee selcrted by tho atrlliers nir.t with the association's ap. provnl. Tho fullurn of tho strikers' ef fort to brhiK nbout pesca wan followed by a declaration on tho p,rt of union officials that they would ecolt redress In tho courts for charitcs which they al Ick'cd tho association's officers made nitnlnst them, nnd which, they said, chnl leiiaed thu prlnclplo upon which tho American Federation of Labor operates. .1. J, McKonnn, secretary and treas. ii mr of tho van tenmsters' union, sent tho nolo to the Van Owners' Asncla. tlon which proposed a settlement of tlm strike, Hn suiwrsted that r. commlttco of three strlhers, throo ussoclatlon offl ccrs nnd three disinterested cltlsrnn die. cuss the grievances and regulato tho wbko scale, Tho association's reply, slvned by A. J), Melldolmm, eprwi'd wllllnRiiess In enter Into such nn or ranirement, but slIpulMcd that tlm three n;n named by tho union must meet with tho association's approval, William 1', Kelirin, vice-president nf tho New York Htato Pwleratlon of Kabor and business iimnuuer of tho striklnK teamsters' local, mr,do tho announcn. inent that the strllieia would hetfln Icmil notion aiialnst tho Van Owners' Associa tion, Ho said n circular sent broadcast hy the association chanted that tho union officials had "broken fallh," 'Tho whole prlnclplo on which tho American Federation of I.ahnr operates Is at alalie," ho said, "nnd If tho em ployers want to make that thn Irsuo In this strlko wo nccept the challenge," ' RECKLESS BLAST HUHTS TWO, .Motorist nml Cup Victims of Ilx 111 oa I nit III ((iirrns Iliirniiuli, A tilsst set off yesturdny In tho ahan dnned shaft of thn old llclmnnt tunnel nlonif Fourth street, Land Island City, threw a shower of rocks on Hornan Kiln, who was paMlnif In his nulomnbllo, Ono of tlm rocl'n struck Flls on tho head and Injured him so badly that hn was taken to Ht, John's Hospital, Ho was attended by surgeons nnd later sent to his homo at (0 flteuben strcot, Mlddlo Vlllaee, Patrolman John Morrison of the Hunter's Point precinct, was In tho vi cinity and several rocks fell on him, Ho luvestliratod and found Hint tho blast had been Improperly covered when It was fired, Ho arrested tho foreman In clmrno of tho work for tho Northwest ern Construction Company on n cliaritn of blastlnit without n (icrmlt. Ho will bo nrrnlKncd (o-day In tho I.onK Island City Pollen Court, JERSEY TAX OFFICER HELD AS EMBEZZLER Collector OnlllmcflR of TConrny and "Womnn Aid Cnllptl o Account, for 8 15,000, Harry n, Caithness, Tax Collector of Kcnrny, N, J,,' nnd former Town Conn oilman, was nrrested at his homo yester day nfternoon chanted with einbemle merit of llfl.QOO n ftnwn funds, After h had been taken In custody olllceis went to tho homo of his cleik, Mrs, Helen tlrant Marshall, and placed lir tmder nrrest nn thn ennui chariie, Thn wnimiu pleaded Illness, nnd Dr. J, Henry Clatl,, Police Department surgeon of Nownil,, was enllod to dctormluu her condition, He said she was not uhlo tf'lenvo thn house, A patrolman was nsshtnod to Htiard her until elm can benrralKned, Tho ariesis followed nn InvVstlitatlon by the Town Council, A week uo lit lis nicotinic F, Harold Bmlth, an utidltoi' slinwod receipts of 137,000 nnd payments to tlm Town Treasurer of 8M(io, leav rur it 'halanou of 111,000 unaccounted for. This iiinount, with thu U, ntndo (he (imount of Iosh which was nieolflod In tho charttn asalnst tlm Tax Collector nnd Ills clerk, Mayor Unbelt 13, Tor wince was appointed hy tho Councllmcn In swear to tho comnlalnt, Mrs. Ararshall early In tho week re turned from Ilradley Hench, whero she lind lifnn for iv vacation, nnd visited the nlllco, Hho esprossed surprise when notl Hed that nn Inquiry wna belnu mudo Mr. Caithness was released In ball nf 110,000 lain yesterday nfternoon, Ho Is about (10 years old, Mrs. Marshall Is about 38 yearn old, Hho has boon em ployed In tho tax collector's onice sixteen years, 'DESERTED VILLAGE' IS SOUGHT BY COLES Railroad Will Fight Claim on Brewster Property. Oeoreo Wilson Colca of West Mount Vernon Is seehlnir to heconio tho owner of tho old Maunetln Iron mlnea property near Hrowstcr, which lino been nhari loned for years, and because of forty vuoiiiit houses hero hns boon termed "tlm dscited vlllnue," The chief value of WANTS $387,171 TO RUN CITY MARKETS (VJlalltfy KoqiilRlllona .$2110,. 0!)1) of Til In Dig Hum for 'Personal Scrvlcis' who had been employed to go over tho' ? UM 'r , of "l.O town books from January I, 91 1, to nfr(, , thl(t't ,tlClulPH , r, t of ' January 1, 1980, reported that slncn tho jf , )ir(m ,vlB,on of th.t Xs'ow York hint previous audit smno entiles nppsr. eutiy had been mane in mrrorvnt coiorct'i Ink In tho tax dupllcnto neeounts for vhlch thero wero no correspondlnif entries In tho cash hook. From thli It ippearod thero was n shnrtogo of M,700, Tlm Councllmcn voted to hnvo tho ex amination of tho hooks continue Into the present year. Tho Council met' Monday nnd nnnln Thursday nlulit. At the Inst moetluir It was said thn auditor reported hlo ex amination of tlm tax ImokH for Aucuot nnd tlm first three davit of Hoptembcr I'eutrnl Knltmnd and thn alto of tho atn tlon. Tho rnllrnnd Is prepnrlim to fluht tho suit which Mr, Coles linn Instituted In tlm rliipcemo Court nt Whltn Plains to eslnbllsh his claim as solo holr to the property, Tho Department of Finance announced additional departmental estimates last nlRht for tlm budijet of 1021, Hach tie parlment reipiesta moro money ror next year', nnd tho Increnso In tlm estimates, It Is explained, Is duo chiefly to tho Item of personal service, Kdwln J. O'Mnlley, Commissioner of Publlo Markets, neks iv total of 3K7, 171.lt to run his depitrtiimnt In 1921, Of this 1230,039,(1 Is for personal aorv Ice, For this year tho department re reived 209,78K.20, nf which 123,117.20 was for personal sorvlco, . Fdwnrd W. Hhehlon, treasurer of tlm Now York Publlo Library, reipicsta 11,(1(1,352,30, of which !D07,t2C,C0 Is for personal service, Tlm amount allowed fop perMinnl servlco this year was 'J072, 2iil,fl0, Mr. Hhehlon nleo urRCs that it llexlbla milnry schedule ho provided for 1920, The Sheriff of Klnus county wants 1134,100.41 for next year, of which niuount JllB,71tl In for personal service. Thu total nmouut allowed tho tOicrlff this year was ) 107,008, CALLS UNTERMYER FOR A CONFERENCE Governor May Accept His Aid in Housing Work, HficM to Tils Htm sn Naur Yosx llrwie, Amiant, rlvpt, ll.-Oov, Hmlth to-day sent to Atlorney-Oencral Chsrlfs P, Newton, Hiiperlntendent ef Insurance Jesso fl, Plillllps nnd flenator Charles 0, Mckwood, chairman of tle Kxeutlv Hnuslnif Commlltcet copies of a lettor hn received from Hamuol Untermyr offerlntr his services nnd ndvlco In deal Inrr with tho hmisliur problem, and aW lua Uiat they tuko such action ns they detm proper. At thn samo thno tho Governor wroto to Mr. Mntonnyer In vlllntr him to come to tho Kxeoutlvo Chamber to tnlk over tho question. Mr. Untermyer In his loiter to tlm Oovemor mild that tpo critical housmn altuatlon could ho relieved by deallns drastically with tho "pools nnd coinblna tlons" exlstlnir niiionc material neatois, from manufacturers down to retailers, In the local communities, Tho floveruor called tlm AttorrieyOenorarti attention particularly to that part of the loiter telllnir him that Mr, Untermyer "nl leees a cnmhlnntlon exlsto between manufacturers nnd dealers In bullduiK material to control tlm price," To tho fluperlntendent of Insurance the Oovemor pointed out tio mirBestlnn of Mr. Untermyer and Dm InvcstmentH of envlnsN banko nnd llfo Insurant companies In idocks and bonds ho limited so that they could put moro money In real estate and mortuaKos. West 42nd Street V and West 43rd Street Stem Brothers Business Hours 9 A, M! Until 5:30 P. M. CiA Iffini OM of 1 H SHIS and VH.V, Foreign and American. Rich qualities and colorings. Complete assortments for Day and Evening Wear. Metallic SILK Broche Metallic VELVET Broche Metallic VOILE Broche Rich Satin Broche Crepe in High Colors. Lyons Broche Velvets in Evening and Street Colors. Lyons Chiffon Dress Velvets. Black Dress Silks. Rich Dress Satins and Crepes in Evening and Street Colors. Velveteens and Corduroys. Attention is directed to the windows of our entire Forty Second Sired Front, which are deootcd exclusively to this most comprehensive showing. n STORE OPEN 9 A. M. TO 5 P. M. EAUm Fourteenth Mrwi, ' Wct uf Flflli Avcmio Noteworthy Values Monday in WOMEN'S FALL BLOUSES Newest Models in excellent quality. Crepe de Chine or Georgette Crepe Very Special for MONDAY nt. . . $8.75 Sale on the SECOND FLOOR Surplice tie-back and regulation styles with tucked fronts, collars and cuffs Braid trimming also distinguishes many of these models; long or three-quarter sleeves. A wide variety of the favored Fall shades, including Aztec, Oriole, Brown, Grey, Taupe, Nacy Blue, Bisque and Blac. IMPORTED GLACE KID GLOVES in the favored Fall styles for Women 1 EXCEPTIONAL VALUE at $1.85 Ordinarily these Gloves would be sold at $2.50 per pair. Two-clasp with Paris Point embroidery. Black, Tan, Gray, Mode, Brown and While. Rich Silks Decidedly Advantageous Prices To -morrow on Fine Household Linens . Irish All Linen Satin Damask Table Cloths Circular designs; no Napkins d7 Cf to match . . SPECIAL, V Irish All Linen Satin Damask Table Cloths Heavy weight; full bleached. 2x2 yds, at $10.50 2x2yds, at $12.75 2x3 yds, at $15.00 22x22 in. Napkins to match Doz., $12.75 Huck Towels Hemmed, doz. $3.50, 5.25 Huck Towels Hcrr.st'd....doz., $7.25,8.25 Bath Towels Hemmed.. doz., $6.75, 8.25 Union Linen Sheets Hemst'd. . .pair, $9.50, 13.50 Union Linen Pillow Cases Hemst'd... pair, $2.95, 3.75 Dimity Bedspreads Each .... $2.75, 3.25 HighGrade Qualities in Glove Silk Undergarments Now offered nt worth-while Price Concessions GLOVE SILK VESTS-Hemstitched tops; ribbon 0 QC shoulder straps; heavy quality; Pink only .... tP." 5 GLOVE SILK BLOOMERS- Extra full; good weight; Pink only . . . GLOVE SILK ENVELOPE CHEMISE Good weight; Pink only MAIN FLOOR $3.95 $4.95 Priced for Immediate Clearance: Athletic Combination Suits A special assortment 'of Women's Pin-Check and Plain Nainsook models in sizes 32 to 44. Exceptional at $1.25 Regular $2.50 value Our Own Importations from Paris Foreign nrtistry has reached a peak of perfection never achieved before in the production of these rare nnd beautiful silks. In importing such exquisite materials at prices as low as these HEARN has reached nn economic peak unequalled elsewhere. You will welcome the opportunity to select from these Parisian Novelties offered at really remarkable values. Flowers and Feathers yield inspiration -which ornaments in effects of Krtat beauty. French ilivji'ifn which ornaments 40-inch Liberty Satin. Roses and Vines entwino craceful patterns radiantly c.c nnvl'nn Sntin ill inches wido. Tho prico col-rico 1.2 5 A Dress or Blouse or even n kimono or smock in particularly beautiful when made of 36-inch printed charmcuso, which come in many artistic cl0" 4.75 Quaint Paisley Stripes on white or colored crepe do chino grounds nro now nnd different. They will bo much foucht nftcr this season, especially when priced nt ,1,75 Brocaded Satin in changeable colors of plum, silver, gray rose and other shadc3 provides u sumptuotn telection for eveninc dresses 0.2 a Twill Paisley m0 i 1 shows novel, exquisite blending of many colors into now, subtle effects. Tho width is 31 inches Sec Page 8 for. Dressmakers' Fall Sale. Stern Brothers West 42nd St. (Between Fifth and Sixth Accnues) West 43rd St. The APPAREL DEPARTMENTS direct your attention to the especial preparations made for Outfitting Women of Full Proportions Garments designed upon scientific lines by Specialists conversant with the apparel needs of full-formed Women. New Fall Models in ' SUITS COATS DRESSES So adapted as to slenderize the figure, add grace, and a certain smartness particularly becoming to generously built women r - The Prices are exceedingly moderate for the High Quality Garments offered Sizes earned in regular stock range from 40 to 52i. Departments on the Third Floor T 1,