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BIG SIEGEL STORE;WILL. BE . - .
RE-OPENED BY NEW COMPANY New York, March 3. Last-equity 'arrangementXor disposal ofihe Hen ry Siegel & Co. -assets was made yes terday. It was the sale-ioaj:reditors' organization of the Simpson-Crawford Co. and its delivery system, the. Merchants' Express Co., which means that the big store will be re-opened, The most important phase- of the final plan was a compromise of the claims of the depositors of Henry Siegel & Co., bankers, against the Simpson-Crawford store, the Four teenth street store and the Boston Siegel bank. By it ?325,000 in cash will be paid within a week to Henry Melville, receiver of the bank, and an initial dividend, probably of 10 per r-nt, soon will be paid to depositors. o o FUNKHOUSER SHORN OF.POWER "Second Deputy Funkhouser's re ports to me in. the past have been of absolutely no value, for the report of the Committee of Fifteen usually anticipated what was contained in his report, and Major Funkhouser will in the future make no arrests. All he will do is report to me." The foregoing was a statement is sued by Chief 'Gleason this morning, when he announced that the women policemen in the future will be as signed to different stations instead of to Major Funkhouser's squad. The women will be stationed at railway stations. They will also cover dance halls in their districts. GUILTY OF MAKING DOPE Chin Sing, a Chinese, was today found guilty of manufacturing and selling opium in his Archer street shop by a jury in federal court after eight hours' deliberation. Sing is li able to a fine of $20,000, five years' imprisonment, or-both. o o Recent statistics credit the United States with about one a'utomo bile for each two miles of country road, , - - T By ,ilirit' MaViee.. Oh mercy? -folks,, -the latest,, dan: 'Twill realjv make, you- giggle.?" Toun , TheV call it-thn 'FisR Wicrete.-' Now', even if I Tiad.the chance,, jjjP i ao. not trttnK ra iook. . The "Fish"WiggIe" sQunds queej.Jg" , me,. ( . .. r$ IMPbet 'twill get the jiook.,- found -guilty- of the, murder of Mrs, Sophie Kraft by a'ury'iti Judge Mc- Donald's court thisTnbrxung and.uns. punishment fixed at life" imprison ment '- ' r.&; TODAY'S HEALTH0GRAM1 If necessary to treat "-then tion of the lower jaw tnef6Howinif: directions may b'e: helpful: 'Tear uauuhwcuiei, in iwo, 'wrapping; piece around each- thumb. PlacertneS thumbs in the mouth, "presst aeainst the crowns of the teeth 'oft aown ana DacKwara. as tne neaatt molars will, clamp' the thumbs ;ta caution is not taken toslide'f quickly toward the tongue. ' , In n V CRUEL r:'-" ?' "You Tieedn't speak to mej month!'' .she 'said icily. "Then you expect to be t talking by that time?" lie askja WEATHER FQREQ Unsettled weathec tonieh Wednesday, probably shoWeisV?Hjs much change.in temperature.&Tei perature Monday Highest, 4tilo' est..37. r . v