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f 'vr- "IK" - if s JEWELLER OFFERS PLANT TO STRIKERS wniincr to Turn Over tons: Established Industry on Simplo Note. ins ntorosAL is refused Mad With Bolshevism," Says August Goldsmith, in Busi ness Forty Years. If August Goldsmith, head .of the iew ( Irr flrm of Ooldsmlth. Stern & Co., SJ Oold Btreet. confronted with a, etrlk or 100 Jewellers, polishers, toolmakers and otier workmen, offered the discontented workmen an opportunity which hitherto iu existed solely In fiction to sell out to the employees and turn tho business over to their care and met refusal. Mr. Goldsmith regards his proposal and tho unwillingness of the workers to take It tip as conclusive that the cry of labor to take over Industry Is empty shoutlnp. lie firm has been established for many Tears and Is one of the leaders In the Jewelry business, turnlne out many varie ties of foods. "These union men are mad with Bol iSevlsm." eald Mr. Goldsmith yesterday. The men who struck were fretting $25 to (IS for a forty-four hour week, with extra pay for overtime, which often brought them $145 a week. In July wc panted a 20 per cent, wage Increase. Bat they were not satisfied. 1 made this proposition : I would sell h them the tools, dies and machinery nt Ueir Hyprttiocu BbbciJniB uicii totes and a mortgage for a third of the price. I would assume all debts and lia bilities and would give them a bill of tale. I also said I (would, come In and manage the place for them for six months at no salary, after which I would retire and agree not to reenter the Jew elry trade to compete with them. I told them my profit was 10 per cent, and that If they thought they could make the business as successful I would be en tirely willing to let them 50 ahead. They were nonplussed and refused." Mr. Goldsmith has conducted an open -THE S.UNJ SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 191$ rtiop In his forty years In the business, ana regards Jewelry making as an art and xnot ns n trade which hould ba In vaded by unions. Many of his older crffftsmen will not Join the unions, be cause they love their art. he said. Mr. Goldsmith Is faced with the necessity of granting still higher wages at a time when the firm's orders for the season have been' booked, and the prices to the retailers cannot now be advanced. He believes he has made a practical test of the sincerity of labor's Intdhtlon to ! the Industries. CIVIC CLUBS URGE REFORM IN SCHOOLS Welfare of Children Object of Joint Movement. Representatives from the leading civic organizations In the cltymet yesterday afternoon In tho City Club. SB West Forty-fourth street, for tho discussion of questions relating to the welfare of the children In the public schols. The object of gathering the represen tatives of the different societies was to pool their experiences and advlco that the efTort In behalf of better methods of educating the 800,000 school children might bo more concentrated. Papers were road by members o'f the different societies outlining their work. A publicity campaign was urged to show the people that Improvements were needed In Ihe programme of, education and that the Jurisdiction of funds ought to be placed In tho hands of tho school authorities Instead of those of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment Lionel Sutro presided and representa tives from the following organizations were present: The Charity Organiza tion. Greenwich House, New Tork Asso ciation for Improving tho Condition of the-Poor, People's Institute, Educational Alliance, Women's City Club, Public Ed ucation Association, Council of Jewish Women and "the Federation of Child Study. ,Dr. Gustavo Straubonmuller, associate superintendent of schools, was present and said he felt out of placo be cause no one violently criticised the school board. Another meeting will be held In the roms of the City Club a week from Monday for consideration of the budget GnataTe Ador to Yield Offlce. Bern. Sept 20. Gustavo Ador has made known, his decision to resign from tho Federal Council. He Is president of the council and chief of the "Department of the .Interior. WARNS WOMEN OF NEW FOOD SWINDLE Day Says Grafters Collect in Advance on Promised City Deliveries. ARMY CHICKEN POPULAR Fresh Eggs Scarce and Rolling "Stores Will Bo Put in , Operation. Jonathan C. Day, Commissioner of Markets. Issued a statement yesterday warning the publto to be on Its guard against a new form of swindle that has originated since the city ttiauguarated Its sales of army food. Fakers, armed with fdrged credentials In the shape, of printed cards, have swindled housewives by alleging that they represent tho food administration, Commissioner Day says, and collect In advance for food supplies that they promise will be delivered by the city, The city has made no arrangements for packing or distributing the food It is selling at less than market prices. The prices are fixed on a cash and carry basis with Just enough overhead to pay for hauling from the army supply depots to the schools tr.d butcher shojis In which the food Is sold. The sale of army chicken yesterday reached a record of $73,000. Chicken has proved the most popular seller on the city's bill. At 18 cents a pound It allows E cents profit to tho distributor and means a saving of from 15 to 20 cents over the price demanded by the retailers. Mora Chicken Markets. Adttlonal markets that will dispense roasting chickens for the city were an- uounccu ycnieruay. iney are: o. liey- mn sis Ninth nVAniiM r TIn.1 .1 1688 Third avenue; J. Self, 31 West Twenty-eighth street; A. Davis, 153 ."""i oriiein nireei; inom urotners, '3 jftankltn Simon a Co. A Store of Individual Shops Fifth Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets Exhibit cUheiv cAlost Recent French Importations Gowns Suits Wraps Negligees Coats Wraps WHICH-PROVE THAT PARIS IS ONCE MORE GAy, DARING, VIVACIOUS AND SUMPTUOUS HE care-free spirit of old has returned to Paris. These new imports reflect it. Sometimes it is conspicuous as in the splendor and luxury of wraps; sometimes unobtrusive as in the quaintness and charm of frocks. But it is there, and it is irresist ible. There is a new note too, subtle, but well defined an understanding and appreciation of the taste of American women. zCadekine et zJxCadeleine . were the first of the new French creators to catch the new Americanized spirit and interpret it with dash of color and fcrace of drapery. Qallot Soeurs are still cherished for their ideals of beauty Who but Callot would dip lace in silver, or fashion embroid eries with the fineness of gossamer tapestries I OTHER FRENCH CREATORS "WHOSE MODELS ARE REPRESENTED IN THIS EXHIBITION ARE: S Brandt Chanel . Poiret Aviotty "Prenet . , Jenny Ijanvin ' Cara Qoupy s "Martial et Arm and Bernard i Agnes Patou 'Roande Boue Soeurs COPIES AND ( ADAPTATIONS OF THESE MODELS WILL BE MADE IN OUR OWN FIFTH AVENUE WORKROOMS AT MODERATE PRICES. :oi East sanssbrlJff read Mlehal A Company, 588 Tenth avenue, and Wag ner Brothers, J421 Jerome avenue. Commissioner Day said he had heard that a poultry house had furnished cer tain stores with chicken to rotali at 34 cents to compete with the city. If this Is true, the Commissioner said, the pur pose of the city In launching Its food project has been gained. The object sought Is the reduction of high food prices. In, commenting on the egg situation Dr. Day said he had made a tour of the butter and egg markets yesterday look ing for fresh eggs and had failed to find one. All the eggs he examined were from cold storage. He plans to take a fall out of the egg profiteers with the rolling' stores that will peddlo perishable foodstuffs on the city streets beginning Monday or Tuesday, Earars on City Motor Trucks. Eggs will sell at 52 and 54 cents a dozen from the travelling markets that the city will operate on mo.tor trucks. The price In the stores Is 5 cents and up. To-morrow the city will sell army and navy shoes In the Municipal Building. The sale Is for city employees, but the public Is Invited. Arthur Williams, head .of the fair price committee, announced yesterday mat several complaints- had been re ceived from Brooklyn that meat and gro cery dealers are charging more than fair prices for their goods. These 'com plaints will be Investigated and If profit eering Is discovered the dealers will be warned to cut their profits. The next meeting pf the wholesale meat dealers' ' committee on fair prices, of which Oscar Strauss Is chairman, will be held In Mr. Williams's offlep In tho Edison Building, Fifteenth street and Irving place, on Tuesday ,or Wednes day. 2ft22 RENT CASES SETTLED IN WEEK University Avenue Tenants Tell of Profiteer Raid. The Mayor's Committee on - Rent Profiteering settled 2,022 caeos last week, In each caso obtaining for the tenants either a reduction In rent or a more equitable lease. The most unusual case that Nathan Htrsch, chairman of the committee, has yet heard of was presented yesterday by the tenants of 1400 University avenue, Tho Bronx. After receiving letters from agents of the building that they were "authorized to offer leases for the en suing year" at 36 to $12 Increase per month on each apartment, two run who said they represented the new owners of the property, Frank Oppenhelmer and II, M, Fischer, Informed the tenants they must pay their rent for September, 1920, before they could get their leases. Also they said a charge of 81 per month would be made for each tele phone extension and, If the price of coal next winter goes to $15 a ton, they must pay an additional Increase of $6 a month. There Is a winter's supply of coal In the cellar now, the tenants Bay. Sep tember 15 was set as the date for pay ment of the September, 1920, rent. One of the tenants who signed a lease for another apartment In the same house was Informed that he would have to pay $10 a month more for the new quarters, as the new owners had decided to -raise the price. When he refused the "For Itont" sign was hung on his door. Subpoenas were lBsued summoning the agents and pwners to appear before the committee last Friday. They failed to appear and now they have been sum moned to be at tho Bronx Borough Hall for a special hearing Tuesday night. ELEVEN LARGE SHIPS DEPART WITH 4,300 Heaviest Traffic From New York Since War Began. New Tork harbor came into Its own again yesterday'afternoon when moro out going passenger ships cleared and sailed than at any tlmo since August, 1914, Headed by the Adriatic, which sailed for Southamptch with 2.225 passengers, eleven large steamships departed for Eu ropean and Central and South American ports. La Touralne sailed for Havre with 990 passengers, the Oscar II. for Copenhagen with 645 passengers and the Montevideo for Spain with 300 passen gers. Other ships sailing with large pas senger lists were the Mexico, the Wa couta, tho Brazos, the Caracas, .the Muna mar, the Buenos Aires and the Gen. Qorgas. In all moro than 4,500 voyag ers left the port. On the Adrlatlo were Dr. S. Komatsu of the Kioto Imperial University of Ja pan, Mme, George Melendez, wife of the President of San Salvador: Q. E. Tripp, president of the General Electrlo Com pany; Hear Admiral W. It It Suther land, U. S. N. : Cass Canfleld of Newport. Percy J. Payne, Jr., Jerome Preston of Southampton. Stanley Mortimer, Jr., and It 3t Whltehouse of New Tork. DOCTOR ACCUSED OF SELLING MORPHINE Former, Member bf Army Medical Corps Is Charged. i Dr. Daniel J, Hoyt, formerly a mem ber of the Army Medical Corps, was charged before United States Commis sioner Hitchcock yesterday with selling forty-eeven grains of morphine to a pa tient without the written consent of the internal revenue Inspector, as required by the Harrison law. He was held In $1,500 ball for further examination. About a year ago, while Dr. Hoyt was In the army, Federal agents raided his offices and It Is said obtained evidence that several of his assistants had been distributing drugs In violation of the Federal statute. His office Is now at Fifth avenue and 124th street. FRANKLIN SIMON & CO Women s and Misses' Suit Shops Announce 1 The Newest Autumn Suit Silhouette Paris Proves Alain That Custom cannot Stale the Infinite Variety of the Silhouette and Presents the Suit WITH THE BoUffarit-Front GLOVES: a lady to HER FINGER TIPS, IF A TAILORED LADY . wears the Biarritz pull-on gloves or the strap-at-the-wrist models, in white, ivory, bei&e, fcrey, tan, or brown fclace kid of soft pliable quality, with Paris point or embroidered backs. mm GLOVE SHOP Main Floor 2.75 to 4.50 Small furs; and a little fur goes a lon& way toward the smart ness of the tailored costume if it is one of the new one or two skin scarfs, or the cape or choker collar; in sable, mink, fisher, skunk, stone marten, squirrel, Hudson seal, fox, or Australian opossum. SSI 42.50 to 695.00 Silk, stockings, it is a wise suit that knows its own accessories, and the ri&ht stockings with the ri&ht suit are important: pluin, open-work or hand-emb'd clox, ' or open-work insteps; in black' brown, navy blue, or-.&rey; also the new chestnut shade. 1.50 to 6.95 N architecture, most ancient of the arts, it is the silhouette that counts a minaret, a spire, the fine point of a Gothic arch outlined against the sky. And all other arts follow sculpture, painting, dress. Through the symmetry the rhythm of outline the beholder is pleased or repelled, and most subtle of all is the application of this art to the silhouette of dress. The silhouette is the archi tecture of fashion, and the architect of fashion is France. And Paris has evolved as her newest suit silhouette the Bouffant -.Front, but with her infinite variety sponsors many others. The Franklin Simon Suit Shops have them all, including three-piece suits of fur trimmed chiffbnyelvet, costume suits of silk duvetyn, demi-tailored suits of rich velours and strictly tailored suits of tricotine. In silhouette they are: HATS: STMPLE WITH THE KIND OF SIMPLICITY only Paris or nature can copy. The Breta&naise Beret is a prominent model, and there are also close fitting turbans and broud brimmed hats to suit the individual type of suit and the individual occasion. Ostrich is in favor for trimmings, so are ribbon bows, and jeweled pins fashioned to represent stilettos or arrows. FRENCH MILLINERY SHOP Fourth Floor 18.00 to 75.00 BOUFFANT-FRONT STRAIGHT LINE REDINGOTE GODET HOSIERY SHOP Main Floor 45.00 to 650.00 WOMEN'S SUIT SHOP-Balcony Floor MISSES' SUIT SHOP Second Floor- SO CA chain is as strong as its weakest link, a Tailored Toilette is as good as its smallest accessory franklin Simon a do. A Store of Individual Shops Fifth, Avenue, 37th and 38th Streets Shoes : there is no, putting your best foot forward as both are correctly shod if with the tailored suit the proper boots, Oxfords, or pumps are selected. Brown is the leading color, but black or fcrey are also fcood. Hifch laced boots of all brown kidskin or brown with, contrasting buckskin tops are smart, so are walking Ox fords of mahogany Russia calf, French or military heels are worn, according to the style of the shoe, costume and occasion sh6e shop Third Floor 8.50 to 18.50 I - '""Bjm