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"'V f.Wf.W.i', ' "U'S V I',1 .'YV.'iVV'".!..1 'V 1 I"v-" W"vy" .IV 1 L TJ l -. MV'WJ1 " ' - 1 ' '".'. '. -"' ""'T! W -'.-.i.-'.VTOTt J-Vi..Aa;a-)A V I.... . V RATIONS OF MUSIC CANNED FOR KITS Melodies Speed War Along Exhibit at Central Palace Prorei. GOVERNOR OPENS SHOW Every Conceivable Type of Instrument From Dram to Automatic Wonder. ' Mulle It an tnllanMM agent In the MJntenanc of nation'! moral during war tlm. Thi la tha paramount lot which the pfomottra of tha Kauanat Music Show at tht Grand Cantral Palace ttt endeavoring to convey ts tha pubtio through thilr exhibit, which la tha first on or it xina ever ntia on so larga a seal In Nw York city. It was also tit ihems around which Oov. Whitman wove hi address at tha opening ataslOn of the show last night. Music." ald tha Oovarnor, "la neces try both to raattr tha cduraga of tba oi4!tra in tha camonmsnta and trenches end to tUmultta tha patriotism of thoaa t hofflt. it ui a.most aa essential to tha soldiers aa wait cookad food, for hllt an army travala on Ha atomaeh it flthu on Its aplrlt." oov. Whitman wii Introduced by (leorge W. Pound, gtntral counsel of tha Music tnduttrlet Chamber of Commarct. Every coneeivabl typa of Instrument from a baaa drum to tha moat Inlflcatt kind of automatic inatrumant I to ba sen at tha ahow. which win laat until June i. tin antira gat raeattto for the k will to for tha purehaaa of henom-aphand mane merer reeetdeend musical inMrumanta for tha army and navy through tha War Work Council of tha T. M. C. A. Ok. Happy Dy tor Trsoa. A prophecy of tha day whan every soldier and tailor ahall carry with him hi own canned music for direr I on before and after battle '! affordad by the Edlton exhibit, which contalna a model of tha recently invented army and navy phonograph, a compact little ma chine which can ba toted about In a haverttcU or On tha point of a gun Charles X. Orean manager of the ahow, maintain however, that tha inttrumtnt should be incorporated In tha equipment of every army airplane, ao that there will be "musle In th air" when Unci sm' acts oat on th lob. Another interesting fatxart of tha ex hibit is an old faahlonsd six legged piano forts Imported from atnglantT by John Jacob Aetor. tha founder of tha Astor fortune, in 171. It was tha flrat piano ever ld in thla country on tht Install ment plan' and John, who wa than In tne piano ana rur susinsss it ii igueen etreet. now known a Its Pearl atreet. reinvested the money ha earned from tha aal of tha inatrumant in fur, plnnad on th piano la a paga from an old newanawsr containing an advertisement which Attor ineerted announcing th fact that ha had on hand a rare stock of tmnnrtMl olaneJ for MM on av tarm. Basis tha oM Aaur piano is a, 110,900 modem Btelrnray. decorated with gold ntitrrts. tha contrast affording a atriklng tihattMtlott af tha evolution in tha art of plage) oaatraeuoa m tha last century, laeiaeae tsaato riaiae!. Oatncidmut with tha flftt daya of tha how tha annual eonvarttlon of tha Ne. tional Piano Manufacturer Association will b held with an executive aaaaion to-night, and bualnaaa aaaaiona te-mor riw and Tuesday marnlnaa in th eon vtntion hall of tha a rand Central Pal ace. At this convention important topiot win h discussed, such, for instance, as the necasalty of impressing waon th eemtry tha fact that tha mttsio Industry i by no mean a non-essential one then cays. No admission la being charted sol Alar or sailors far entrance to tha ahow or for the privilege of hearing any of the musical sure wno ara scnsnuiea 10 anrwar at th aBeClal afternoon and ev nine concert In th Concert hall oil the wcond floor of tha exhibition. Last night's programme Included eeltctlont br Florence Macbeth, Marl Momtty. Tvonn d Trsvllle, Raywiotid Blllt, Graham Harris. Louis KoammanMh. Betty McKenna and tha Fleming Trio. CATHOLICI TA1ADZ 'fO-DAY. Foor Dlvltleas Wilt laeiag lOy OOO I Its. Capt. George A. Daly. Twelfth Regi ment. X. T. O., enlef of SUff, hat com rieted arrangamtnu for tht grand patri otic parad of alt tha Roman Cathollo emetics and organisation of Bronx county, which will take pUOO thla afttr roon at 2 O'clock. Th etart will b made from ltlth atrsct and Of and Con rourae. Th parade will proceed to Tordham University, whsfd solemn bene, diction will take place bit tbs campus. It li expected that 10.0 will be in Una. The parade will be In four divisions, the nrsi embracing the New Tork ouard. eompoaed of the Twelfth and Blatynlnth Infantry. Thtn will follow pOllee re serrea cadets from Ds La Ball Insti tute. I Witt CtlntM High chool, Knights of tht messed SScrament, Cath olic noye Brigade from The Bran, an other brigade from Manhattan, Holy Kama Cadets, flt. Raphael's Boys Brl gae and Bt. Ann's Ouard. In the second division will be the Bronx Naval BcOut. B0y StOUte Of America. United flUtea Boy ScouU and tcout troopa from thirty-nine different parishes In The Brort. Junior ntd Cross unit. Junior Po lice units nnd delegations frm paro chial schools will compose th third divi sion, uhlls the fourth will be made up ft the Cathollo Big Brother of Bronx county. Holy Name societies. Knights of Columbus, Ancient Order of Hibernians and many sodalities, Thomas Qulrtn, prtsldsnt Of the Broils Katlonal Bank, will be tha frMd snAf shat. SAxomrg xoyal ini to wzd. THE SUN, SUNDAY) JUNE '2, 1918; 11 INTERURBAN LIMES ASK RATE INCREASE Will Apply to State Commii- elons to Meet Advance Given Steam Roada. ABE EVEN HARDER HIT Financial Market Closed to Them and Fixed Charge Mount Rapidly. WAtKtffOTOM, Jun 1, In conformity with th prospective Increase In railroad passenger and freight rate representa tives of electric Interurban railroads In tha United fltatee decided to-day to urgt all roada to apply to elate commissions Immediately for authority to rait tt sir passenger fares to a basis of i cents a mile, or a little lest In tomt casts, and freight ratt about 21 per cent. This III affect millions of suburban trav- litre, city etreet ear lint are not Included. Stale commissions wiu be asked to expedite hearings on tht application on th ground that electric Unto ara facing definite of aamlnga unless their tncomt It Increased. There are mora than 10,- 000 milts of Interurban lines In the United Rials. Tht best developed roads are in Indiana. Ohio, Illinois, New York and In New Bhlland. Most lints art expected to ask for ttraight three cent rare, although those in Indiana may aeek lower raise to maintain existing differentials with steam competitors.' smeclal mileage and commutation rats also may so maintained. riaaaelal Market nosed. In explanation of the concerted action by interurban roada B. C. Faber, manager of the Amerloan Electric nail way Association's war board, gave out a statement io-oy saying: "The electrlo railway must increase their rats to meet increased operating eiDcnses. The eame conditions afreet ing tht steam roads and necessitating Increases also affect the electrlo roads to even a trrtater degree, because the ateam roads main revenue Is from freight whleh has been more or less profitable, white electrlo reads depend largely on the local passenger traffic whleh stsam roads almost Invariably found to be a losing business. "Financial markets have been olosed to electric railway properties because of Oovemment financing and shrinkage of revenues, To eovr Increased operating cost, to rehabilitate credit and to co Operate with the Qovernment In th operation of It railroads the electric railway must bring their rates to the level of the ateam ratfs or should at least maintain the present relation to tteam rate. aitaaftea Is Critical. "loieeirlo railways are an essential factor to the Qovernment at thie time in that they are very largely depended upon to furnish transportation facilities to shipbuilding plant and Industries en- gtd In war work. Tht responsibility rapidly increasing, and thsy must of necessity obtain rate increases 1-L.UaULU. well as financial aaststance to meet these demands. "The question of labor Is also serious. "Tht Incomt statements of the electric railway for the peat several year re flect the serious financial condition of these properties. To-day the situation Is critical. It Is thsrefore essential that If these transportation facilities are to continue to render service to tht public tney mutt receive Increased compensa tion to meet Increased cost of operation." Officers of the Electric Hallway Asso ciation also explained that many de mands for war inarsaaas are nendlns and that others ara promised as a result of tha wage raises granted railway em ployees. , TAFT'S OLIVE BRANCH TOUCHED ROOSEVELT Th? HwthRnmionCmmt Abmttt in Chiemg: In between sessions of th National War Labor Board yesterday at the Ho tel Belmont William H. Tafl smiled the famous Taft smile and laughed the In fectious Tafl laugh while he verified Theodore Roosevelt's version of thsir recent meeting in Chicago and sub quent reestabtlshmsnt of friendly rela tione.' In explaining the affair Mr. Taft tald that he had teiearaphed hit sympathies to the Colonel when the latter wat very III in a New Tork hospital. "He wired back hi cordial acknowl edgment," said Mr. Taft. "This was followed by correspondence, and when the Colonel wa convsleeoent htre I happened to be patting through Now Tork and he Invited me to visit him, as he wanted to talk over some Impor tant matter with Mr. Root and my self, tt was Impossible for me to accept hit Invitation, aa 1 wat going out of town for two wetk. "Some time later I met former Oov. Deneen of Illinois on a train bound for Chicago, and ht told me that Col. Roose velt wa at th Blacketone. I decided to go and how he looked after hit operation. "t wa informed that ht was going to leave Chicago at o'clock and found him in the dining room of th hotel. In that way our meeting was pubhshed." "So you shook hands and mads upr wa tha qutttlon. "Tea" was the reply, accompanied by (he Taft smile. W resumed very pleas ant relations." Asked If it was true that he was in accord on atl matters with the Colonel. Mr. Taft'a smile gave way to a hearty laugh and ht repeated: "Our relatione ara very friendly." It was suggested that Mr. Taft has been put on wheels again by President WlVton, and that the duties aa Joint chairman of the National War Labor Board would keep him on the road from one place to another, a wa the case when he went first to the Philippines and then to Cuba on dlplomatlo duties during the Roosevelt Administration. "Ye," wa hie reply. "My existence is gyratory to say the leaet, but I have been working pretty hard and must soon take a rest. No one but a President or a man who can take half a day oft can play golf, and, as I am neither. I Intend to go to Murray Bay, Canada, where I have a house, aa loon a I can get a substitute on the Labor Board." ' ARMY ORDERS Sptcial Dttpatek to Ts 8cx. WASHINGTON. Jun I. The War De partment Uiued the following army orders to-day: HATIOXAI. ARMY. Ufaatry. Secind t.ieut. ft. p, Latin is appointed riril I.Kutintnl B. F. Painter and it, norarilv sremoteii ami ana win remain en preeeni aa tlgnmenli. Cavalry. ctpt. K. L. Jackion, Quarterrnaiter ne serve, Ceras. Is appelated espials. I cavalry. K. a., to pert Clark, tat., Itlth Cavalry, for duty. Meld ArMKery. ascend Lltet. o. fr. Diaau, Field Ar til ery, trailed gist Reserve, la, s. pslnted f ocead Lieutenant, Sanitary terse, 1. A. Csest ArMKery, Flret Meat. C. a, Churehlll Is sselgned is aiatr-llsih Artillery ana will proceed to Jem riaimtnt. Apssintttienti anneuneedi Ta be cspialns, biauis. . nareia u ninier, n. m. a. Van! lew are tern. rsmoted t be First Lteuten. first cenneil: to ke. Flret Lieutenants, 8e vr. num. Isult. : la oad Lieut, tt. a. Atkinson, HasftSfSMster Corps. Majsr H, ki. Blkeabtrry to Camp John ston ah builaMi, tksn return ta preper tantft Cspt. J. M. Waller, Jr., Snglaser Reserve mailer varpf, n. a neyneias M. A. neynel itnani ana rer duty it Is assslntsd sent t cam M lib Meter Trasi H. ftraa Quarter' Lieu Md. aapsrt Service. mount Oeset Me Qsartermsiter fergean appelates nrei til, Cams Jehnelm. . ant F7 JT MtCermaek appelated First Lieutenant i to Camp Sergeant Ml mi aai le ass tvhMlar. ntaftii. Quarterrnaiter ttirgeant John Row as pointed Second Lieutenant; report to Acting Quarttrmaatir Uenerat, Waih Ingtoa, D. C, for assignment. Promotions announced! To be Colonel Lieut.-col. w. u. oemkrlll. to e uiu. tenant Online! Major J. A. Logan, Jr. aeeand l.ieui. It. V. Oraltam. Infantry, National Armr. appointed second Lieu tenant Quartirmaiier. N. A.: to Chi etg for duty with Government ware Iteueea. Following (rem present dutlee to caml Mirrltt. V. J.. Tar Sutv With tOUt Atti lofd labor companies: capts. C. p. Lynch and J. w. Anderses, ri J W aillkABitft and W. If. eeond LMuts. O. Bmlth and W. L Thomai. . . Following from prssent dutlee to Camp Mills for outy witn uaior vempanr Pint mute. Larscne, capt. Flim W. R nagan, Rameev. ascend Lieut. W. M. Bserlflees root ta gave Life. PRtLAbtLrniA, June 1. With a train speeding toward him Blmtr Myert, an employee of the Cornwells shipyard, stood- for a moment facing death tha other night with hla feet caught In tha frog of a switch. He threw himself bsckward and sacrificed hi foot to save his life. He will recover. First Lieut. J. N. a. u. wnson OrAaaace. Bowman appointed First Lieutenant. Sanitary Csrpe. irsl Lieut C. W. wllllemi to pontlae. iiirh.. (af lamaararv duiv at Oeneral Motors Truek CO., then return I proper station. -I, i.uii. tv r. natit.it will make not to eaeeed two vlilta a month to each of the following place for inspection and return to his proper nation after each visit: Chicago, Cleveland. New York, Washington end Pontlae. Cbesalrai Geo totlea. Privet Floyd JS. Joyce appointed Second IUiln.n( will ram In An SUtV t Camp American Unlvtrstty, District of Columbia Medleai Csrpe. l.Knlnlm.n., ....iin. A ' fa ha TJailt-Jfl at-Colonale Major A. M. Fereter, F. F. Simpson. F. C. Tede, 8. J. Young. MtsrellSjaeeas. gergesate c. K. Ktherlngton end Dsnlsl W. uumsn appointed Second Lteuten ante! to camp Die. New Jereer, for duty wun min anissiry. RATIONAL 0 CARD. Iefaatey. Sergeant J. U. Croweil. Ilith end Stepben Curtis, ninth Infantry, i Pioneer Infantry, appointed Second LleatenaatSj to Camp Pia, New Jersey, for assign me&L PleM Artatieey. cast. O. a. Basely sad geeond Lieut P. o. Mast, it tin Field Artillery, are honora bly discharged. Dsatei ceeps. Prametloas awnouneod; To be captalse The new Crown Prlaco t Manrp OacbtSS Maria of WarttesakCrgr. Amstsspam, June I. Th engagement of Oeorre Frederick AUgtlstut Qeorgt, rrown rrlnce of flsxony, to Duchess Marin. Amelle, eldest daughter and heir to the Ihront Of DUk Albert Of Wutttm berg, u anhoUnctd In tht oatneer of Uerlln. The Crown Prince of Baxony was born January It. lift, at Drssdsn and holdp honorary commands In a number of tht cruk Oerman regiments. Hit bride elect was born August II. ltPT. CO. SltsMKstabiuasej iltTi R. SIMMON A lawotist. Mteadway, t stats Ltin tl Aa; Aasifat aa rittt tl Certsas. rrtftrlf type j-'Ad ww is here! fm 6 and 8 ndera CO-INCIDENT with our 20th year as the representatives in the East, we are now proudly showing THE NEW TYPE OLDSMOBILE. Just arrived, the "Car of the Hour," com bining flexibility, efficiency and beauty hitherto unknown. In acceleration and riding qualities a revela tion awaits you. In economy of operation it measures right up to the well known OLDSMOBILE standard. From ttandinr start to 60 miles p. h. In 600 ft. All work on "High". Immediate Delivery fl.SSO List Pries, F. O. B. FACTORY. Come In and See It! OLDSMOBILE CO. OF NEW YORK --a aaa.l' a SAS t I a.. lOf WSt Mtn at. ouy oroaaway BRONX BRANCH Plrst IJeuls. A. P. Pearl. W. c. Mavai they ara assigned fer duty with 'Thirty ninth Division. Mlecellaasess. Regimental aspptr Sergeant a, . Mc urath apyetnied Ceeend l.Uutenanti to I'imi (itni. tniaais. lot asslanment. Appolntmsnte and ssiigaments to Thirty- wj v.aptaino, second Division t ijsui. r. Hraera. c. issai u .1. Wesley. .A. M. oe rirsi iiuitn' vi. I A. fl .ante, sstond Lleuia. i, r. cummins, 11. La HI-. R. M. HavraBSa. asrgeants W, II. I'aii.l-, 100th Infantry r. came, lontr 'la" Mid risij Vfftlrt A.lllll.v Machine Hun Maitallen, aypolsted gee, ona i.nuiensnii) le tim, s rcrnia, lor aaill i, iSOth Infantry ; J. U h, Artillery ; U. W. Jenss, M4tn err. aad w. n ursee, item etrnr. can f ' rttlA n a tagfiarsamt) rtt gergcanta jt. B. fegar, tt. S. Hulson, O, si n u ii. B. r. ureen. a. o, ittinei. u, IV.hrlad. V. .1. Ksmmirl. O. J. 'Ml U. Sl'Otlon. niir-ninin I'lonnvr a,i- fantrr, assolnled Meesd ueutenania an. anBolnled to usmr un. n la D. ays and far aialanmest. Viator P. tv, Mudd, Xngineers, appolntld colonel, National Army. time Kan' besiiivh cow. lafaatry, Sifomt Meut. P. r. Olesian is appointed i Capt. J. T. Ordaaaee. , . Cant., H. V. Conrad, from WaJhingtoa to tPlaa. U.l...al Hunt nonoraoir oncuaraau. ipt. New rirst 1.1 TorK district ordnance offie for D. Willi, from effle of a... chief of. Ordnance. Washington, .to Edge- wood, Via., Arsenal, tor duty, stgaei ottsert. Msler r. K. Mumphreye. Avlatloa SeeUea, win report to seard fer esaminatlon for junior military aviator. -Tollewtng seeond L.rulanle. Aviation settlon, to stations indicated fer dutyt Advanced aohonl far radio psratcra: John a. Klllott, r. W. Forshey; osrstnsr KI.M. A. B. Zips. follolng to Taliaferro rietd for dutr: Tirst Uruts , Aviation flection. J. W. Williams, S. T. Webiisr, W. A. Thomion, 1. D. Ptone. W. V. Chapman, r. it. Pick fell, U. D. Iteam; Second Ueuts., Avia tion S-ctlon. R. r. aandsrhon. A. War rum, R. W. Whit, M. R. Wells, 1'. Valle, F. c. Alater, A. It. kouthard, H. K. Wells, S. Axliy. P. W. Chase, F, ts. Dayton, M. F. Orahain, A. K. Holsholt. J. U Hoi fund. It. 1.. UcDenough, II. It. laowls. S. V. W. Piters, 3. II. Robinson, rirst Lieut. It. U. easels, Aviation Section, discharged, . i First liiiut. J. X. MoBlroy from dutr In Canal Zone to Fort Levenwerth training cams for dutr. nialvnalian of Malar i. M erhaw appolntaa second L,iutenani B. CD. Craft accepted. I sscond iaioutenani, o Oeretner Field, Aviation Aeotlenj ianuuiana. A. K. Bon and T. M. Dlasn assolnted Bee, and Jaliutenants, Aviation, asctlon, at Park Field. Tennessee. Capt. Frederick I. Kglln and First laleut. . tt. nr ts March Field. California. Second Uiutenania, Avlatloa Bastion, an nounced as on duty requiring frequent aerial flight! I J. II, Peterson, from May l: r. H. Elliot, from April 2. . flecond Lleutenanta, Aviation Hectton, to Camp Dick, Tesai, for duty: C. H. Wardell. Jr., K. II. Way. C. C, Mlnter, C. n. Ay-r, a. W, llatklns, K E. Cull, .1. I Korrle. It. V. BnyArr, O. If. Anglln, J. II. flMdy, A. flach. II. A. Whlt. C. V.. Klefnsr, ft. It. clormlry. II. W, nooth, ('. C. Reed, C. H. Kaufmann, W. D. rloldle, S. D. Baughan, .1. . Kinney, A. F. lllllla, . la, French. C. . Atkln. , Cant, N. Tt. Jonen. Aviation Section, to Mather Field, California, for duty. Flret Usui, C. Frlrk, Aviation Section, to Melfrldg Field, Michigan, for duty. . Appolntsd sseond Meulinani. Aviation Tectlon. and assigned to places Indicated for dutyt fl, J, Mllnurn, V, A, Wateon. P. T, Sands. Park Field: B.- A. Tucker, atngtneers. rollowlng sselgned te Rlsty-elath engi neers, to ramp Lee, Virginia, Engineers Training Camp for thirty days, training, then In Camp lAurel. Maryland, for duty I Capt. W, M. Tehln, Second Ueuts. J. J. nusilll, 0. D. Frey. Medlesl. Fru-r. to Hekoken for First Lieut. w fimnnrary nulv. than to Evacuation Hospital Ne. lb upon IU arrival there for duty, Following from places specified to Ho token, N. J., Ihenc to evacuation Hos pltol No. 11 upon lis arrival there for dutyt First I.l.uts. K. F. Brtndjone, Fort rtlley: F. J. laawler, Washington! II. E. Wflodhufg, New York. . . First Ululs. P. H. Bone and J, M. Shaw to Mohoken for temporary dutr. then to Bvacutlon Hospital Mo. upon Its arri val thera for duty. Capt. J. W. emankland from camp Orren leaf to Newport New for temporary duty. Flret Llaut, M. O. I-lenhardl from Camp qreenleaf to Jlobohen for temporary duty. Flret I.lent. I. Miller honorably- discharged. Following from placea spsclflsd to Itobo- ken for temporary duty, uai no. u it Ueul . J. Mc; tid Dli Upton: E thin lo Rveaua- upon He arrival for W. C. Fos. Wash- McNeils, Camp Upton: i: Rich, Camp DIs: (t. C. Ruhlee. Camp M, Tnomn. rw sora tlon Hmoltal No, duty: First Ueuts. ington: t. Union Following from Camp Kearny to Camp Fremont for duty witn lias Hospital No. 50: Capt-.. K A. Hindi, K. P. Flck, R. II lavon. K. T. Will: Flrnt I.leuti. W. r. Kantner. H. J. Knott, U. K. Marcy, li. C. RandolDh. First l.lrut. .1. W. Butti from Camp tler to iioDoasn ror irmporary auiy. tnin 10 Kvncuitlon Hospital No. 10 upon Its ar rival th-ra for duty. Capt. F. Lane from Camp Drnnt ta his notnr, wntn no win oe nonoraoiy ais charged. Following Ueulenanta appointed Captains: (I. E. Allemsn, W. C Bartlatt, C. (I. Ball, P. B. Bsnder, I.. If, Bloom. H. W. Brink. M. M. Carr, J. M. Elderdlca. A. I.. Ellis. F. N. Erane, W. J. Eslckcon. A. V. P. Fardetmann. II. I. Fowler, H. A. Fulton, p. (larrenton. C. E. Harker. ft. B. Hlrachberg, I. II. Tyler, A. J. Wontworth, T. S. West, O. D. Whlteamb. First Usui. O. B. Wilbur, from Camp Dit to wamp nurnpnrpya xor tsmporary auiy, then riturn to proper nation. jna.or j. n. uuinrio. Tl rom Camp Beaure a1 gard to Fort Riley for uatlon lloacltal No. IS Flrat Lieut, la It. flrein to Fart uty with Evao- Riley, Medical Officers' Training Camp, for Instruction. Flrat Unit. II. F. Mills, from West Point tn Camp Howl for duty. First Usui. F, J, Ronayne. from Camp Sherman to New llavan ueneral licaiiiui Kn IS. Flrat laleut. E. T. Robinson, from Cntnp (Irani to Camp McClellan for duty. First Ucut. I. Thomas, from Thirty-ninth to Firty-second Engin-erv romp upion. first Lieut. H. n. t'hllllpn, from Cornell Medical Co!!-gu to lloboken for tem porary duty. Leave heretofore grantcil First Lieut. A. Frldman Is extended ten dnys. Major W. II. Thomas, from Camp Cody to l.akewr.ml, N, J Cltneral llospltal No. 0. for duty. Itonorshlv discharged! Copt. Frank J. Owry, First Ueut. J. W. Ballard. Flret Lleuta. U. M. Bmlth nnd J. A. True from Belfrldte Field to Aksaandrn Cal March Field, for duty. Denial Oflcern. Following from Oamp Kearny to Camp Fremont for duty with Base Ho.pltal No to: First Ueuts. W. IS. Iowrle, A. K. Hlehhlni. Following to active duty at Fort Benjamin narriaon: Flret Lieuts. a. u. Amann, n. V. Butler. J. B. Eastman, N. F. Jones, H, ,H. 1-ach. A. F. Mock, W. J. Nelion, F. B. Rhobotham, It. V. Talbert, it. II. Thacker. Following to active duty at Camp Fre. mont: Flret .Ueuts. W. F. Blair, n. II, Blanqule. it. P. ches-all, V.. Mall, II. It Hewitt, A, 8. Hills, II. M. Johnston, (I. I. . Leisure, A. W, ustermann. J. it Powell. M. c. Rudes, la V. Orden, K. Vaughan, M. WAaiman, Jr. Miscellaneous. M, Assltned to active duty: First Lleuts v. oigai, at uamp uornon: (I. . isn, at Camp Funston: J. Horgan, at Knrt Warren; J. a. Whitney, at Camp Sherman. HAS SOLDIER ARRESTED. Coadaclor Who Itefased to FlR-ht Charav AaaanM. A street car altercation on the Klghth street croastown tine In Hroklyti resulted yesterday In the arrest of Sergeant George Clare, 25, of .11 llnlsey street, Brooklyn, medical reaervc corpe, on a charge of nsnautt preferred by Albert Bird, 4S, the conductor, living at 371 Kast 147th etreet. Bird made no statement, but Clare said the car was crowded when he boarded it to report at a North river pier at which he Is stationed. In the Jostling the conductor became angry at mm, ne asm. and lout him the uniform gave him no more rights on a atreet car tnan anyone else. Clare waited for the conductor at the end or the line, according tn hin story. when lie offered to flght. Bird puehed mm awsy, saying ne had no use for him Clare says he then hit him. Cross com. plaints will b heard before .Mngislrute uiau in jerrerson Market court. SUSPECT AIDS BED CR0ST. a; I I s t Howard for Allettril Tlre Thief's Capture- does to Knnrt. AlthoURii unwIttliiRly, ' Charles St. John, lodReil In the I'utnnin county Jail in Carmel ycslrrilay, la "tlolnp; his bit" for the .American Bed Cross, ... Ht. John is nciu-ed of liavlnr efofe'.'t two nutomoblle tlrew from former. semblyinnn Jrhn ft. Yale, erstwhile Be lilibllrnn county loader In Brewster. , lln vanlfheil with thiin nnd the lutu.l Vlsllnnce, Hoclety nent out an alarm nffcrlnc 1101 reward. Nathan Witten berg Informed I ho pnllco that St. Jdrm tried to sell him the tlrca and tit. John's tirrct followed. Wlltftiberir ricrllned tha reward, but directed that If ba turned over to' the Brewster branch of the Bed Cross. "Welt, I'm glad I've been of tMfriV good." sslrt tho prisoner when he jva Informed that he wns the means op the Bod Cros RCttlnc the contribution. VEBEBV Official servlce sml nonulne parts for all Dt'lco, Klaxon and Remy elec trical equip ment for mo tor cars. 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