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THE SUN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1918.
44- WAR 3 MORE YEARS, SAYS GOV. BROUGH Toils .Security League That Hp (iivos Views of Official Vashington. WHITMAN SHOWS TMDE licliiils How New York State Is I lie I'nlon's Leader in Preparedness. CHii vco, IVb. 23. According to Gov. Ch.nlf" If- UrougH of Arkansas the (jJcmriit of official WaEhlneton in that there will ho three more years tt war. I'roh from a visit to the national cip lul, dov UrouRh made this statement Ur to-day In speech a' Conirrcfs cf National Service of the National Se curity t.e.-tsue. It was In connection nnh lil declaration that a conservation ,;,j' rducatlonul programme must be aJn-itnl in order to win the wnr. Another (Jovernor Whitman of New VnrU was on to-day's programme. He told of tly leadership of his State In ir.lllt.iry prepare Jness, sayliiR In part: "Tlie (list and fundamental lesson wlili-h should be tauKht In any system which has for Its purpose the preparation rf a letter citizenry Is the lesson of good ealth atil physical well bclns. Figures be'ns made public by the draft boards throushout the country show the crying r-fi for more attention to health educa t,cn Aerywhere. I'hyslcal training Is made the basis of the New York scheme. So important Is this fundamental feature tut it is begun when the child Is Just cU! enough to go to school, and Is con uwd until he or she leaves the eec ot..iry rehool for work or for higher tdULitlon lnn rrilrd llnvk of Trenches. "rtiul v.-nifaro tenches us that for env man In the first lino trenches there r ,is le wvit.iI nieti behind the lines In a, rits of other activities vital to the r, "ii' "t the tlrst line. This provision v nrli plan makes. Hy statutory , if in tlie military training commls t. hi ti, permit the hoy of military h uK t meet this requirement In !.i ihiiuiKh xoeatlonal training or ex l phi e Fin i itWally pre paring him to be C .iv,. 'i tlie State in some way. mv one of the ;i proximately 230. C, tm . New Yoik 1C, 17 or IS years fM it.it new decide whether he will t '.t 1-1 1 Imself tn lie of service to his M i'id country hy placing himself jiiifr a military training regime or li "g Mime trade which can lio turned to i'lri. of his Stale. Tins is a plan in harmony with the f r i i the present hour and crisis of lie ii ten which calls for the trained ne wt'h guns in their hands, but it a 'i hide wltli:n Its effective scope rr. ,un fur safety against thy menace o' eic re. long and prosperously c "iied that the .i.iuc'.ty of nn for h e ami parriflces dies of disuse. If ji li i for war, but 't prnv'des a'.fo .' un t William .Tames cnlieil the n ii equivalent of war'" MIm Helen Tuft Mprak. (f I .11 Illicit Taft In her address said t it American vvomci could solve the , 'e'n of labor. iiKli-h women," rhe said, "have cul ti j I the farms of Knulaml. Amerl i women can do the same The ' mi far lias been that farmers i 'rleil tn give our women easy 'i i ilthougli It has been proved that n n ran stack linv and do the hard work Just as well as tne iren." the closing session of the league r. . iiiimi tfuvA (irln.itod nrplniT the iln.in.n of universal military training ni.in.iiifnt Tintlnioil finltev ntwl X- pr- nu iMtlfactlon over the manner ii urn n congress lias louowea tne ' - idem s suggestions in mobiliilng a i t-ning the citizen army and nio h 1 1 . ilm lnilnwtrl.il anrl flnnnelal re- e in of the rnnntrv. The resolutions tare that tho league stands for i , ,i.im.'. of the wnr until virtorv and il iK ligorous tii'eatment ot enemy ither resolutions adopted pledge i if. tho Proulfletit Mini llrireit that .- te school board open Its school for patriotic education. STAYS FOR HOLIDAY AND GETS ARRESTED Rich Detroit Man Accused of Not Paying Alimony. F'frtrrlclf II. Storey, said to be a tM'lv Detroit automobile manufac t n r was arrested in Sheriff Knott's f ves'.erdny because he had failed to willi an order ti-sjed on January Supreme Court Justice Assmall dl B .im to vay his wife $7." u week r H v ,uid $1,000 t'nuiisel fees jiendlns ' it of her suit for separation, s has been In Newark for the ' nnight Hcallzing the Imp'w-si-1 f Ins being arrested on a civil r on a legal, holiday he came tn N lllday to see the military ngletering nt tho Hotel Miirtl- ii iri'Stita'ivc of John J. Hob f :i.'i liroadway, who Is counsel Ire tar. ,i . h',n. , - Mabel May Storey, tho atito i..anufiicturer's wife, almost ! into htm In the hotel lobby '.ili.eil tho frparatlun suit over tti nil atnl Storey rashly agreed tu re i' ver night. Ve" rd.iy lorcnoon tho lawyer's rep ' ' im) again called at the hotel and ' " tin. trusting Mr. Storey came ' n wn to tho Sheriffs office-, where p .1 ted to litid out Just how things ' ttinity Sheriff Nlelsnn, who was ,J it piomptl) arrested him on .'in 5r r ii ,H wife lil obtained from .lusllce 1 ' .liitiilirv 29. wlien lit had fal.i'd ' i her either the alimony or th -" '.ir counsel's fees. .Mrs, Stovy, I 1 i v uk In HrooUlyn, alleges iiban I'lun'T.i in her suit. Median & Harlan I 'f " liroadway aie her husband's at-, tome , j Expectant Mothers may greatly benefit by our FINAL CLEAN-UP SALE of All Winter MATERNIH APPAREL At Unprecedented Reductions $14.95 to $94.75 ?r- 7.95 to 125.00" 0.fit 13.95 to 62.75 ;f.uJ' 2.65 to 25.00 M'ddiM 1.35 to 7.95 Lane Bryant I ylrr.tr lea 'a lariat mater ana rtlalltr el ARMY. ORDERS Spedat Deipatch (o'Tiii Bex. WASHINGTON, Feb. :3. Thtte army orders wcro Issued to-day: HKUl'I.AR ARMY. Infantry, ( Leave of aluonrn for three months granted Capt. C. C, Herman, Jr. Unity. l.cavp of nlnnre for seven dajs uranted Major .1, It. Dlrkcy, Major (I. tilllnuui. Mxth, frwn duty at leJiool of Fire, Kort Hill, Oklahoma, to his regiment. 0 field Artillery, Flrt I.leut. W, It. Holcolm 3d to Univer sity of Texas. Atmtln. fnr trnlnlnr. Provisional Heeond i.leut. J. H. Kluhbark tn Korl Sam Houston. Texas, Ilrlg.-Gen. I r. .Marsnan, lor utity a nlrle-tle-camp. Nlinal I'lirpn. First I.leut. C. K. Merrill to t;nlverslty of Texas, Aintln, fnr iluty. Leave of atucnco for one tnontli granted First I.leut, It. Wheeler. Appointment of n. T. Crawford as Major announced, Ho will proceed tn Army HhIIooh School, l'ort Omaha. Nebrnaka, for duty. Col J, N. Harris to active service to Chief Signal Officer. Corp of Engineers. Tromotion of temporary Second I.leut. G. A. Wilkinson to grade of First I.leuten ano of Unglnrers, National Army, an nounced. He will remain on duty at his station. (liurtermaster Corps. Major C. O. dollars from his prent dutln f (Juartermaster. Army Artillery, to l.leut.-Col. J, F. Howell, Army Artillery, this city. Medical Corps. Cot. w. n. Ilanlster, now In San Franrlscn, to Kansas City, Mo., Base Hospital No. SS, then to Fort McPherson, Ra., Gen eral Hospital Nn. P, for training. Heslgnatlon by First Lieut. C. C. Ayres accepted. Dental Corp.. Leave of absence for nve days granted Major I.. S. Fountain. "" NATIONAL (il ARD. 'aralry. Following First Lieutenants from duty at Camp Wadsnorth tn Fort Sam Houston. VTexas. for duty: C. Hoyt and' A. C. Kmldt. Second Unit. J, T. Menile, from duty at CampWadswcrth, South Carolina, to Fort Sam Houston, Texas, for duty. Veterinary Corps, Appointment nf Second Lieut, n. I Co-1 burn to grade of First Lieutenant. Appointment of Second Lieut. A. W. Whllebouse to grade of Captain, Vet-, erlnary Corps, A., announced. Appointment of Second I.leut. It. W. Spilth I to grade of First Lieutenant, Veterinary Corps, N. A., unnnunced. t Appointment nf Second I.leut. S. K Fib grim to grade of Flrt I.l-utf mint. Vet- i erlnary Carps, N A., announced. ' NATIONAL ARMY. Infantry. Promotion of Second I.leut. M. Prentiss to j grade of Cnptaiu announced. i Resignation of' Capt. K. .1. Carey ac- , cepted. Promotions of following In Seventy-ninth, Dhtslon announced: To be I'nptaln -First Lieut. How ell. To be First Lieutenants S.-ronrt I.leuts. H. M. H. Hoemaker and It. S. Fox. Appointment of iipt. O, .proesssr tn samo grade In Ordnance Reserve Corps i announced. Second Lieut. J. L. rtaxter to University , of Texas, Austin, for training. Promotions to First Lieutenant announced: Tempornry Second Lieuts. I. S. Mae- )nrr. 15. w. v.ui. r:. J. Hoover, K. Aument. V? W. S. How, AV. .1 Itlley. A. II. llelow, C. T Gammon. L. J Coe, J S. Claussen. J Klenhardt.' H Cheei. man i l Mlnnlnn W I auI A T1 Kremer. II, It. Frlx'ell, A. T. Daley, S. ivarnseK. J. II. i-reeman, is i.utie. I'nlted State (iuarda. Cspt H Hannah from duty at Fort Sam Houston, to Camp Fremont, 302d Cav alry, for duty Field Artillery. Following promotions to grade of First Lieutenant announced: Temporary i Second Lieut. J, crnnley, J. Okane, w. Houston. V It. Manning. U. !tasmusen. .1 W. Farmer, i ' II Cook. J. T. Hlnes. K.ich oftlcer wl!l rrni-iiu t present i tatinn ' First Lieut n. C P.ijne from duty at t'amp Upton to For' Sam Houston, Texas Second I.leut W II Langland from duty et Leon Springs. T.'Xms, tn Fort Sam J Houston, Texas 30Sth Cavalry, for duty. OPEN EVENINGS Player Pianos NEW S10 Monthly Until Paid lain liniMR Heneh, Cover .V U Itolls IntLUUinu ttlth each l'la)er IMnnn NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS 185 til Paid $200 KV .Monlhlj I'lltll Paid NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS Hi Monthly t ntll Paid INCLUDING v."-Sr'Vf .Vh liucli DprlEht I'lano. ZXr Pianos $10 w Used Upright Pianos $75 Hofman $3 85 Cole & Co. 3 Monthly I'lilll Paid Monthly Until ru Id Monthly Until Paid Mom hit Vnlll Paid Monthly Until Paid Monthly Until Paid Monlhl) I'ntll Paid Monlhly Until Paid Monthly Until Paid Monthly Until Paid .Monthly Until Paid Monthly Until Paid 125 Wheelock 135 E. Gabler 4 4 140 Wheeler & Co. 5 145 Bradbury 5 150 Weser Bros. 5 155 Held 5 170 Lohmann 5 175 Huntington 5 180 Emerson 5 195 Goetz & Co. 5 VICTROLAS, $20 UPWARD LATEST VICTOR RECORDS RENTED ft O Monthly PIANOS 3) t$ Upward GOETZ ICO laalaaaaaH MaaPftaaal Jaaaa " ' TaatTlMJ i 1 jjB 009 1 81-87 COURT ST. t First Lieut. J. Taylor, from duty at Camp Lewis, Washington, to Leon Hprlngl, Tex., 30tth Cavalry. Leave, of absence for five days (ranted First Lieut. It, C. Barclay, JKth Field Artillery. Corps of Knglneers. Appointment of T. A. Hoy, Oscar Okane, C. W. McDonald. A. F. Mercler, E. F. Kusener. It. O. Vernon, II, K. Potter, R. A. Parks and C. F.. Gass as Second Lieu tenants announced. They will proceed to Camp Meade, Maryland, for duty with Sixty-fifth Engineers. Cavalry. Following officers from duty at Camp Meade, Maryland, to Fort Ham Houston, Texas, south Cavalry, for. duty: Major II. M. Fraxler, Capta. J. P. Hnlllnga worth, K. F. Rlvlnus, It. O. Ileylard, J. N. llwlng. It. F.. Thompson, .1, U Mont Komery. T. S. Paul, K. Thayer, O. Love ring, P, C. Madeira, Jr., H. It. Miller. .1. II. Drinker, It. J. Hughes; First I.leuts. C S. Cheston, C. Howell, R. P. Fraxler. II. It. Nellaon. 11. It. Piatt, It. K. Hurst, J. I, Sowden: Second Lieuts. A. H. Reeves. H. C. Sayle, It, M. Kilgfrton. Following officers from duty at ('imp Gor der. UeorgU, tn Del Rio, Tex., SOTtl) Cavalry, lor duly: First Lieuts. A. W. Thompson and A. .1. Hwann, Second Lieuts. J. C, Carter and It. C. Undlcott. AiUuUnt-Cleneral'a Department. Appointment ot First Lieut. J. II. Austin to grade of Captain announced, lie will report to Third Division, Camp Greene, North Carolina, for duty. Promotion of Second Lieut. C. H. Brock way to grade' of Fla.it Llautrnant an nounced. He will report to Third Di vision, Camp Greene, North Caroline, for duty. Appointment nf Prttnte It. L. Gould, Seenth Infantry, to grade of Second Lieutenant announced. !! wilt report to Third I)llslon, Camp Greene, North Carolina, for duty, Leave absence seven days granted First J.ieut. M, Hlenskl. Sanitary Corps. Appointment. of Sergeant J. J. Larsen as First Lieutenant announced. He wilt proceed to Mcdlcnt Supply Depot, 3930 Federal atreat, Chicago, for duty. Appointment of Sergeant K. 3. Haumann as First Lleutennnt announced. He will prnrred to DrV-Kr-G. Falk. Harrlman Laboratory, New York, for duty Appointment of J. F. Morgan ns First Lieutenant announced, He will proceed to Fort Leavenworth, Kan., for duty. Appointment of following First Lieutnnta to grade of Captain announced: R. W. Gles. II. N. Dean, J. F. Hamner. T. J, Walker, C. N. Shaw, J. II. Hlcksnn, G. Griffith. M. F. Cessna, J. H. Lothrop. L. .1. Pollard. Major W. H. Henderson from duty In office of Rurgeon-General to Fort Mc Henry, Maryland, General Hospital No. 3, tor duty. First Lieut. S. C. Dlnstnore from duty at Camp Kearny, California, tn San Diego, Cal. FnllowMng from their present duties to Camp Gordon, Georgia: Capt. T. C Gephart. First Lieut. F. H. Kingsbury. QCARTERMASTKRH CORPS. Following promotions announced: To be First I.leuts, Second Lieuts. N. R Hal-I llilay, W. L Scott. W A. Jordan. I) It. i Woierton II A. Rosenthal. II H. Klnr nian. II. F Itynd, ,t T. Hlfrs. A. H I Uraddlck. I.. T Shackelford, i;. M Cohen. II. II. r.usbv. W. W. Draper, s H. Johnson. P.. J Friedman C II Hail. R. R. Cnhn, II. R. Howe. W. II. Green- i law. II C. I. Ashford. DeW. Everest, R. E. Hughes. F. I Peari ', .1. A Fin nlcum. A F. Wagner, A P. Gumar. 11. 1 C. Murphy, F. C. Simpson, It. c. Martin, ' A. K. Ilatemsn, J. II ecraves, M. II. Klrby rt Gallagher. J G. Nlehol. I'.'1 .' M. Phillips, Jr., C. W. Lotte, W. V. K. tilllett. ""-jil ' '-r II. S. Robertson from his ' present duties to Quartermaster Gen- i er.il for duty. Promotion of Second Lieut. P. W. Platter, to grade of First Lieutenant, announced. OFUCKRS' HKOKHVK CORPS. Infantry Officers. Appointment of Major II. II. Griffith, to! grade of Lieutenant-Colonel, N. A., an liouneed. Promotion of i-econd Lieut. W. W Will. lams, as First Lieutenant In nighty- fiftli Division announced. Capt. A. W. Porter, from duty at Camp Dlx.N. .1., to Fort Sum Houston, Texa. 309th Cavalry, for duty Capt. T. II. Johnson, honorablv itis- oharged. Second Lieut. II. S. Miller, from further duty at Kelly Field, Sin Antonio, Tex., to Leon SprlngH, Te., for duty I Coast Artillery. First l.lut II. It. Wit', frum his pres-nt duties to Ueut.'Cnl .1. F Howell. Clilef of Staff. Army Arlillerv. for duty. Tint Lieut. U U Munler, frum his pres. ent duty to Lieut -Col. J F Howell, Chief of Staff, Army Artillery, for duty Second Llout. A H Schotlelil, from asiitgnment to Fifty-fifth Artillery and Second Lieut O. N. Ilollls to Flfty-flfth Artillery. Second I.leut II. N. Walker to Sixty-third i No. 10 This beautiful 4 piece Adam Bedroom Suite: Dresser, Toilet Table, Full Sized Bed, and ChifTorobe, in Brown Mahogany, $137. SO Dining Room No. 22 10-pc. Mahoeany (William & Mary) ... 3600.00 No. 43 10-pc Mahogany (Hepplcv.'hit?) 550.00 No. 2U 10-c. Mahogany (Sheraton; 350.00 No. 44 10-pe. Mahogany (Mam) 325.00 No. 46 10-pc. American Walnut (William & Mary) 425.00 Pri8cilla Sewing Cabinet Solid Mahogany ."lie 27 Inchca, $4.75 Artillery, relieving Second Lieut. T. it. White. ' Field Artillery. Capt. n. It. Clemmer to .15tst Tlleld Ar tillery, Camp Meade, Maryland.' Capt. J. W. Webb, from hla present duty with 3.11st Field Artillery to Camp Maaija, Maryland. Quartermaster Officers. Major W. A. Dempaey, from hla present duty tn Lieut. -Col, J. F. Howell, Chief of Staff, Armv Artillery. Major A. Young, from duty Depot quar termaster, New Orleans, I.a., tn his home, Capt. S. II. Fletcher honorably discharged. Second I.leut. 11. I). Uaker honorably dis charged. Capt. A. W. Vaugan to this city, to Coun cil ot National Defence Uutldlng. then to his station. Veterinary Officers. Appointments of following Second Lieu tenants to grade of First Lieutenants, N. A., announced: .1. L Skllea, F. it. Hates, H. Rannett, C, F. Nord, It. I- Martin, M. D. Loy, T. II, Hlnkle, N. N. Craw ford, O, H. Conn, N. U Townsond, J. K. Sullivan, II. Tlcehurat. R. II. Slewart, F. 8. Sharp. It. S. Perdue, D. C. Martin, J. E. Kendrlck. C. II. Hart. 8. A. Kamls. II. It. Ilarg, R. M. Hotter. D. W. F. Dixon, C Cox, G. R. Orowne and II. I). Bolton. Second Lieut. G. 11. Heaver from duty at Camp Fremont, California, to Remount Depot No. 332 for duty. Second Lieut. W. O. Tucker from his pres ent duties at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, for duty with 'Seventh Unglneera, Isental Officers. First Ueut. F. A. Calms from duty at Camp Upton, Jxing Island, to his home. Lieut. Cairns is honorably discharged. Engineer Officers. Flret Lieut. P. II. Van Ulten from duty at Camp Lee, Virginia, to Twints-mlrd Knglneers, Camp Laurel, Marland. First IJeuts. K. J. Totierg and De I 11.' liarber from duly with 111th Knglneers to Camp Lec, Virginia, 305th Knglneers, for duty. First Lieut. II. J. Carson from duty with Jtlth Engineers to Thirtieth Knglneers, Fort M.kl. VIIKlhU. Capt. C, R. Marsh Is honorably dlacharged. First Lieut. . b. HurnpnrejH Irum outy in Washington. D. C. to Pittsburg, gen eral engineer depot, tor dutv. Resignations accepted of Major V. Ivls, First Lieut. O. H. Noble and First Ucut. (1. W, I.ackle. Signal Officers. Appolntmnnt of Major II. C. Hequem hourg. Ordnance Reserve Corps, toy same grade In Aviation election announced. Appointment of following to grade of Sec ond Lieutenant, Aviation bctton, an nounced: Second Lieuts. G. W. Falson. Jr. Infantry Reserve Corps, and K. A. Krlght, Field Artillery Reserve Corps. Vhey will report to Kelly Fle.t:, San An tonio, Tex. Appointment of Second Ueut. T. S. P. Griffin, Field Artillery ttcnerve Corps, to same grsde in Aviation Section an nounced. He wl'.l proceed to Kelly Field, Sn Antonio. Tex., for duty. Appointment of First Lieut, it. E. Warfleld, infantry, N, A., to same grade In Avia tion Section announced, Ho will pro ceed to Massachusetts Institute of Tech nology, Cambridge, fnr training. Appointment of following as Second Lleti tenanta in Aviation Sertlon announced: P. t- Kddy, O. Ferguson. G. A. Foss. W. II, McKachran, J. M. Richardson and M. A. Squler. Above officers were placed on active duty nt Gerstnsy Ftcld, lake Charles. I.oulslana. Following officers to Georgia School of allowing officers to Georgia benool ol Technology. Atlanta, for training: rirst ' Ueut. II. 1-1. Mayhew and Second Lieut.' 1L K. Link Appointments nf following to grades In dicated in Aviation Section announced: To be Ir.u I.leutensnls rirst I.leuts, .1. n. aiurpny atur li. i; jiavnew, in el'cnVpll an''ir'.ief: feind. Ouartcrmastor Corns. N. A, Appointment of following (if Second Lieu tenants tn same grade Aviation Section Announced: S. J. Maklelski. Infantry. Reserve Corps. R. M. Darnell. Field Ar tillery Reserve Corps, U C. Ra. quar termaster Corps, N. A,, F. P. Shayt-e, (Vest Artillery Reserve Corps; It. A. Funger, Jr , Field Artillery Reserve Corps: II. K, Link. Field Artillery Re serve Corps. Following to actlvo duty to Massachusetts Institute fif Technology, Cambridge, for training: First Lieut. J. M. Murphy, Second I.leuts. S. J. Maklelski, 11. M. Darnell, I. C. liny, c H. Wvatt, F. P. Shaves, U. A. Funger, 1. K. llauerfeind. Appointment nf T. F. Kgxn as Second Lieutenant announced He will proceed to State Fair Grounds, Dallas, Tex , for duty. First I.leut. A. ' Yarnall from his present duty to Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 30&th Cavalry, for duty. Appointment of C. J. McDonough as First Lieutenant announced. He will proceed to Garden "lty. I.. I. Appointments of following as Second Lieu tenants announced: J. W Camp. J J. Lee. Jr.. J. R McCaffrey. W J Maglll, C C Pell, P. P. Ji nes, .1 S Iteltenbah, F I,. Roberts, 1' 1' Sanhorne. A. II. Smith. S Sutton. F Tompkins, S. Tompkins. Above officers placed on nctlve duiv at Gerstner Field, Lake Charles lt Appointments of following as Second Lieu- ,.., , y Hnjt. Itise Ho-Pltnl Nn 19, tensnts announced. V. II Arthur. R. K , nftche.ler. tn New York orthopedic II"' De Castro. II R. Price, K. H Illehtrd- p,Bj jnr liiKtrui lion and thn to his son Above officers were pUccd on elation .. , ,,.. ... active duty at Oerstner Field, Lake virt Ueut. W S It-nnett from dutl nt Charles. La. CAmp la.gan. Tcx.v. to Camp Reaure- Leave of absenro for five dasa granted' xr ird, Alexandria. I.a Toms -essler.hc "Jurniture Worth "While 34 WEST 37 STREET Directs special attention to the following Offering of Furniture for the Dining Room, Bed Room and Living Room. l mi l"i i ar f i ii !B S. Suites Bed KoanUriy Slli No. fi6--6-pc Mahogany tOuion Anne! . . . $435.00 400.00 215.W) 200.00 300.00 No. 44 5-pc MnhoKany i,Louis XVI 235.00 No. 7-pc. Mahoeany (,'.', illiam & Maiy Twin lieds 530.00 No. 37 4-po. r.'ff.fh Miil'.ORany (Louis XVI 213.00 No. 30 4-po. MahoKany (.Queen Anne' 150.00 Solid Mahogany Day Bed Illtr. (lrsln. riiiWitsI in Hidwh or Hod Miihogany Ivory on fA or Black Knamel. JpiSU.UU Hair Mattrrss A llov Nprlnt, MO rvlru Sereral othrr stylrs In Hay Urdu, from U to 30, In Hoi Id Slahog any. Wicker anci l.arqurr. Solid Mahogany Novelties Reduced 10f to 50 from regular prices Second Lieut. J. London, .... First Lieut. R. E. Ludlck ta Ilailahurst Field. Mlneola, L. I., for duty. First Lieut. D. Log to participate In aerial nights. . . Appointment of C. M. Knight as Flrit Lieutenant announced. He Is assigned to active duty at Taylor Field, Mont gomery, Ala. . Appointment of following announced! To be Captains Capts. C. H. Auatln, II. S. Curry, G. V. Head, U H. McAdow, P. K Oxanne. It. U. Tldrosf and W. U Hrown. To be First Lieutenants First I.leuts. W. II. Durrett, W. F. Hoedker, tl. U. Ramsey, J. It. Cowglll and C. C. litem. Totbe Second Lieutenants Sec ond Lieuts. O. 11. Pratt. 11. N. Ott, J. L. Smith. G. W. Oberlln. J. L. Nave, A. I.. Holbrook, II, Felnsteln and A. J. Cheritree. Ordnance Officers. Following from duly at Rock Island (III.) Arsenal to Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa: First Lieuts. K. M. U Hershy. K. M. Lundberg, 11. A. Stevens, F. K. Harris. It. K. Lano and L. Ingalle; Sec ond Lleuls. O. II. Hugcn, E. D. Knowiss and II. II. Rogers. Following from Hock Island (III.) Arsenal to Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa, for duty: Capts. (1. Schuster, II. P. Kirch ner and It. Sturges; First Lieuts. R. .!. Coleman und It. J. ltallard; Second Lieut. W. II. Cater. ,, Appointment of First Llout. W. L. Nlcoll to same grade In (Juirtermaster Reserve Corps announced, kin will report to act ing Quartermaster-Gcnernl tor duty. Appointment of 1 II. McClellan as Cap tain announced. Ho will rtport to Chief of Ordnanto. Appointment of C. II. Mills as Second Lteutunant announced. H wilt report to Chief of ordnance. Leave of absence granted Capt. W. S. Taft extended one month. . Following from their present duties at Camp Dodge, Iowa, to First Provisional Ordnanco Depot ilattallon. Camp Dodge: Capt. K. S. Crosby, First Lleuls. J. . Brockhagr, J. c. Jlolt, F. M. Wellcr, J. Kearney. C. Hutll. . M Following from daty at Camp Dodge. Iowa, to t'amp Jackson, Columbia, S. C.: Capt. It. A, Gregory, First Lieuts. J. II. McRlhlnney, It. J. Hems and T M, Dunlap. . Second Lieuts. P. If, Abey and K. J. Con tois from Krankford Arsenal, Philadel phia, tn Camp Dodge, Dts Moines, la., Fo'now!ngyF!rst Lleiijs. from duty at Rork island, HI., Arsesffl to Camp Jackson. 'Columblu, S. C. for duty: W. E. Spears, W. H. Wllemaii, C. A. Myer. Following from duty at Rock Island. III.. Arsennl to Camp Dodge, Iowa: Capt A. W. CarndufT, First Lieut. A. A. Mlsch. Medical Officers. First Lieut. .1 II. Schrneder. from duty l-..n.,n tln.Mltul. l'l.rt 1.0SHII. H. Routs, Ark., to bis home. Lieut. Schroedcr U honorably tlscharged, .... First Lieut. C. F. fayre, from dutv at Camp Upton, to his home. Lieut. Sayrc s Is honoralil discharged. Appointment of Major V C. aughan. to grade of Lieutenant-Colonel, Medical Corps, N. A., annnunceil. Follow Ing to actlvo duty by wire t. Southern Department, for duty: spt . S. llroivn. :apt. F. R. Winn. Hrsi Lieuts. O W. Cunningham. J. H. I'lcs, eon. .1. W. Mr.Mahon, T. K. Jones. 1'. W. Nltsihe, M. A. Ramadell, M. 1' First" Ll'eut. C. L. Piper, to active dut Southern Department, Fort Sam Hons l""' ,, e.-.m dutv at First Lieut. L. It. ost. .tfp."', Fn't Itlley. Ksris as I .1 1 svo, Tex.. ..I.. . ..... f.r iltllV First l..tut 1 K I os irom ;;aj Fifth Knglnetrs. Corpus Cnrlsll. Tex to Comp Travis. Fort Mini Houston. Texas. lor nuiy iXn to inn miuii'ii . , Appointment of the following in graoc ... Captain announced F ret Lieuts 1 II Hums (i 1.. Schofleld. T. "A. Martin. I; V I "if rin. J. T. Uenbow. J M. Hlrnle. S N. Doiid. C K lumbar. A. M. ''rron- :. ,. .'......; i si,.hi. V L. Smith v; II Sturgl', H Vansandt. C. L. Woolsev J A Work. Jr.. J. L llyr.l. .I F Arthur. W n. Royce. K O. 1 rn don R S Clinton. F Crounse. D II. Faust. .. C Mai...:.. C. V. I.lr.. oln. 1 . t. Myers. C. F. Yer.inn, S. C Spencer. M. A. WaJtlns. C C Whittle, .1. H. Ueattle. j T V niiril, 1 11 Cliandle-, C. A. Col . .1 M. Cvlnk'tiin, .lr F R. Corson. I 1 Crad.lnck. .1 M. Dlx. A. Durham. II J Hscan. R. C Henderson. . . Ms Jor K, D Hon lurant from duty at Camp Gordon. Georgia, to Newport News. Kir" LlVul F W McNamara from dutv at Cagle Pn. Tex . to Camp Travis, Fort vim Houston. Texas First Lltiit. C O Mirnd-r honorably dls- Flrs,t"Lre'ut. J J. Koskt from duty Camp Greenleaf. Georgia, to Wllllamsbrldge sjlT. v.Vri- nitv Armv General Hospital . . ,utj. yi'rri j.p.u't. W AKes'.er Is honorably dls- wood, : v. t.rtsinger, ii. "'- ,V Ma. G. L. Johnson. A. Miller, II. 1. Mnselev. P. D. Mower. J. L. Orr. IL P. i,U J I W T Pyle. U 11. Taft, T. S. Troy. W. V. Korli. .!. U Walker P i:. t- i I'nti.r.nn. r. i .mriri, Si Room Suites Itiftularly S250.00 Sal.- $187.50 185.00 375.00 165.00 115.C0 Tea Wagon Solid Muliuxnny. Sun I7.HCL'7''. Mai STvhv ('oMii;irtiiii-nl , under ri'inov idilo kIcihs trav piiiliH'd whit hi a liiimlli'i'. Kliixs sholf nt huts (y QQ This Establishment will be Open all day To-morrow, MONDAY. Stem Brothers West 42nd Street Between 5th and 6th cenues) West 43rd Street The New Spring Fashions for Women are Very Attractive There are costumes for every occasion of dress street, afternoon, evening or sports wear embodying every worth while fashion dictate in , style, material, trimming tir color combinations. The Tailored Suits Are shown with the new trim Eton or effective pony jackets, also box, belted or straight line models. 1 he materials ara serges, Poiret twills, tricotine, Roshanara and moonglo crepes, tweeds, knitted cloth. A Timely Early Season Offering of Black Dress Silks Values up to $2.75 yd, at $1.28 Included are Chiff on Taffetas, Crepe de Chines, Satin de Chine, Mousseline Duchesse, Liberty Satin, Peau de Soie, Satin Duchesse and Messaline. Also 40 inch Satin Royal, $1.58 yd. Soft lustrous finish, new street shades and black. Actual value' $2.50 yd. Choice Chinese Carpets are included in the February Sale A number of selected pieces in the most wanted colorings pattern beautilully embossed at the lowest prices yet offered, A SIZE Color Were 6x83ft gold $135 6x83",'ft. tan $110 6iix8Mt blue $135 73:jx9.Uft eream$188 7;4x93-4'ft blue $165 7x9Hft gold $145 NOW $98 $88 $98 $145 $128 $110 Also Antique Chinese Rugs, small sizes, ( Odd Pieces of Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room and Miscellaneous Furniture at Half Price $195.00 American Walnut Bedroom Suite, 4 pes, $.17.50 Mahogany Bedstead, formerly $80.00 at $40.00 T'in Bedstead Black Enamel, hand decorated; formerly $50.00, $25.00 Antique Ivory Bureaus, marble tup; fonnt-iiy $150.00, at 75.00 Antique Ivory Bedsteads, twin size; formerly $115.00. .at 57.50 $292.00 Japanese Mahogany Toilet Table, formerly $42.00 at Full Size Walnut Bedstead, formerly $70.00 at Golden Oak Wardrobes, Jormerly $70.00 at Walnut Toilet Table, formerly $65.00 at Black Enamel Bureaus, formerly $50.00 at Odd, Dining Very special values are 'eat'tred the entire stock. Inspection few examples of tchich follow: SIZE Color Were NOW 8'4'x9Kft blue $158 $135 8xl0ft gold $145 $115 9x12ft blue $235 $188 9'4'xirM'ft.go!(i $225 $175 9x12ft ro.se $295 $225 9i.jxlli'oftblue$:V25 $238 Decorated Dining Room $21.00 $35.00 $35.00 $32.50 $25.00 Room Chairs at Half Price. The Women's Dresses Are most attractive, eone are plain tailored, others elaborately braided or embroidered. Among the, materials are jersey, serge, cab4idine,.nf)tine,fasonetie,taffeta,satbis, foulards. Georgette crepe and printed voilcb. throughout invited. SIZE Color Were NOW 10HX13 i.tft blue ?S8o $29o 10Mxl3ft rose $475 3i5 10x1334ft gold $278 2l.5 12 ixl3 ) it t goio $495 j-385 13x14 aft blue.?685 .$596 13x15' ;ft erv:im$495 $385 from $ 20.00 to 37.50 French Grey Enamel Chiffo nier, glass lop; formerly $133.00 66.50 Antique Ivorv Chiffonier, formerly $45.00 at $22.50 Antique Ivory Twin Beds, formerly $40.00 . at $20.00 Antique Ivory Toilet Table, formerly $50.00 at $25.00 Suite, 8 pes, $146.00 Mahogany Dining Table, formerly $85.00 at $42.50 Jacobean Oak Dining Table, formerly $(!5.C0 at $32.50 SheratonMahoganyBookcase formerly $110X0 at $55.00 Mahogany Davenport, in damask; formerly $100.00,at $50.00 MahoganyDiningRoomSuite 10 pc.; formerly $1500.00 . . .at 300.00 . it i 1 s -a 21.23 Wt 3HUi St, N. Y. BROOKLYN