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! . , SPEAKING OF FEES j Most contractors charge a fee for spending the Owner's money. We charge a fee for saving it. Put it up to us to put if up for you. ITHOM PSON-STARRETT COMPANY' Building Construction j ^ _ I MOUNTAIN j I SPECIAL [ g New Fast Train to [j Delaware Water | > Gap I Pocono Mountain j Resorts fj FRIDAYS A SATURDAYS ONLT J \ Beginning FRIDAY, JUNE 17 | i I (Eeatern Standard Timet \ Leaves New York 1.24 P. M. I " Hoboken 1.45 P.M. j I ' . . 5 ; Arrive Water Gap (Firat Stop) g ? I 3.40 P. M.: Stroudsburs; 3.50, 5 I Analomink 3.59, Henryville 4.06, ? c- Cresco 4.23, Mt. Pocono 4.40, !Pocono Summit 4.46, Tobyhanna | 4.55, Scranton 5.40 P. M. r Returning Sundays only, leaving -j Scranton at 6.25 P.M. on and after a f June 19, arriving New York at | 10.30 P.M. Also returning Mon- ? days only, leaving Tobyhanna at 1 5.31 A. M. on and after June 27, a . | arriving Near York at 8.40 A. M. ' > uiiirTiinTTiniTmitTTiTiHitiuininHtiiitiHUiuiiitiiiifritiitiiniHiiiiHiiiiMia To; the Hardware mjcL General Store ARMY SUPPLIES Rich in Re-Sale Value Ash cans 21,848 Baskets, desk, wire .1,000 Calks, toe. blunt (lbs.. 184.872 Bacon cans .359,336 Steel cots 135,310 Cups, aluminum 115,560 Cups, agate 12,012 Cups, tin 28,669 Helmets, steel 501,165 Knives 20,460 1 lorseshoes.. 9.389 Shovels 6,121 Miscellaneous?oil cans, condiment cans, curry combs, burl.tp, paper, iron, hinges, handles, fde plates, door plates, etc. tFMI mi) Till ftlllPTIM G. S. SEALED PROPOSAL No. 4. This will give you the complete list of supplies offered, together with conditions of sale. Addos . QUARTERMASTER SUPPLY OFFICE Army Supply Box I*t Ave. & 59th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. =r==~ -8-r==^S ; 1 " . . _ ?. TfOMCJ THE WOkO THAT STANDS FOR Suner'or ? Pipe Wi arches AfiO MonkeyWreaches FOR SHOP, HOME ardF ARM Trime Wrenches for stlc <iv#iy whore; "'SMi Steel f'r?irn? tnnt '.will not brrsk: Nut Hti'irrtf th. nfewent c.-c'dentfcl turniwn ot too nut ir inee gu?rtti ?. I roe 5*IB*F7 ttLL ocmliM mm m. co. ,Tr?aionr. ROIB4.1V. HOSTON, MA9B. in aitwliicmtt'f tn the Lout and Found roluni us of 1HK A KW YORK 11RRAI.U offer* a rent poeiHrlity of recovering your loot grope rig. : i ! INDUSTRIES IN ITALY SPRINGING UP PAST E !* Cmlit Banks HHp Move- a merit, Engineered by pi Paper Monej. n( : , aJ SPECULATION IS WILD ? i fl: tc Crash Worse Than That of ? | the Nineties Likely if Ger- shi many Isn't Curbed. " la HIGH T.MvTFK 18 NEEDED !, (>1 Peninsula Getting Uead.v to Take Advantage of Her Great Water Power. w The limited liability com- ci parties, connected with Italy's ft "Big Four" banking group in b: the present industrial revival, the effect of the influx of new M capitrl into commercial lines, ^ CI sir -n -a n enmnaDtf'nn an/1 thn #?.y? 1 (. j pansion of manufactures are i z< dealt with in the sixth article | fi on that country's economic con- ! editions. jn; 'ptcial Curraapondence to Tni New Yoke ? WDUtp. |? Rome, May 22.?Closely connected , 01 with the work of "credit banks" is the tl development of the commerrlal compa- j ? nles in Italy, where a boom has o<V j ' ( iirred similar to that which swept 1 fl Bttgland in 1919 and 1920, and "with j much the same results. The total j amount of new capital subscribed in 1 j , 1920 was 4.834.500.000 lire, of which j a 3,500.060,000 lire was for increasing the ! ej capital of existing concerns. Over a 1 it thousand new companies were, how-1 Is * 3 ?Uk I I +1 n 1 rmirl ?<rN I I)( I'ver, iiMineu, wim ?.n unuoi '"Hj capital of 1,500,000,000 lire. These ^ figures are double those for 1919 and; t| ! total more than the figures for the | ,, ! four years in which Italy war- at war, j t, i when the sums asked for the Indus- hi i trial companies were considered enor-i | mous. In spite of the heavy depreciation r" of money, especially since the war, , ! this great, influx of new capital for s] commercial and industrial develop- Vi rnent rrjuBt be seriously considered as t< a social factor. A considerable portion lc , of this new capital has been used In 2 the. transformation and retransforma- dl tlon of plant and shops from the war " standard to neace standard, while the j over Increasing rise In wages has re- (.j quired larger circulating capital. It is a therefore impossible to draw from these figures any conclusive Index as o1 to the effective producing power of the a nation, the more so as a good many I 1 of the new companies arc likely to p have only an ephemeral existence. 1 ij : N Lota of Money, bnt It's Paper. The heavy subsc riptlors to the new apital do, however, show a notable | ]' | plcntltude of money, even If It Is only , " nnper money, the result of exceptional j . circumstances in the last few years, eir-1 'r ' cum stances which have permitted gains | unheard of for Italy, and which have *' had the result of exerclalng on the j * thrifty person an Irresistible If Uluaory ) attraction. For the existing companies | ,r an Increase In capital was an absolute I w necessity If they were to continuo their activities. | " Io a certain number of cases increases i In < apital wero necessitated by unwise ; _ speculation, when fresh money was re- ! w quired to cover up bad gape In the Vial- i J anre sheets. Numerous oases occurred and arc atlll occurring, in which large j J'. stocks of bonua shares, representing war ; profits, have been handed over to the ^ ' shareholder^ thus avoiding that the net 11 iiruuu miouin no out 01 proportion to the capital and much above the ordl- ji nary Interest. It Is to be not'd that on j . 1 various occasions the labor troubles lr 1 have beta caused by this fact, the j working class contending that this ad- ; ( dltlonal profit was Illicit anil should go ; ai to them. ! *' it lies na I orally been to the ndv&n- jj tage o." the credit bunks to encourage In 11 every way this development of limited 1 liability companies In Italy, not only '' ) because the banks draw lucrative j ; profits from their flotation, but for na- | | tlonal, political nnd economic reasons. I ' The result lias been that tbe Italian na- . " tlon has been bitten by a "bug" which, ai If things do. not go well, may have a ! serious repercussion. F'or the average Italian to Invest In anything but Gov- I J* eminent or saving* bonds was a oom- 1 paratlve rarity. To-day he has drunk " of the 'iip of success; he has seen how | *' the big Industries work, and how many B< hug' fortunes have been inaxic on the j Sl Bourse, and lie thinks ho can do the j *' same. This Is one reason for the oall j ** "if 8.500.Oflil, of which two-thirds was for ! forty-seven i.[? l umpanlM. Thla branch dl | of Industry I ' being hit rather badly by m present comliMoi Many companies had n been formed foi *he express purpose of tt manufacturing chemical fertilisers, of * which Italy Imported largo quantities n from abroad. However, labor trouble g. among the agrarian population and bad [crops 1j?1 yr?r diminished the demand j to out h an i stent that it fa probable that many of these factories. which had broi) cquipp, J nl great ax pease. will 1>? 1 forced to close down. Th? color and dye Industries. which had been established during the war. as ' In England and other countries, to fight | ' ' tho Herman monopoly. *r? now suffering i from tho competition of Herman prod- ^ ! id* Imported Into this country under ' ^ 1 the reparation clause and sold at a much m lower coat then the home made product. | ... The textile Indue tries took 128,000,000 ,j of new capital, or five tlmea the amount |1( of the prevlou* year. . The electrlc oompHnles proceeded with I to niore caution than other brunches, ab- 1 sorblng 378.nfl i.OOO only, but they had w obtained 301,000,000 in 1*18 and 318,- , 709.000 In 181* The olectrlo companies. 1 connected ae they are with the two big a| banks, and the great metallurgical firms 1 are likejy to remain among the beet of fr the new Industries, as tt 1? now fully ip isroenleed that eft peciegt ef the bWtM 'It 10 ^si THE oua amount of new capital it 1* hat > Ret a definite statement. ltal:u inkers to-day do not worry much abov gold beals. Taking the flguree whe aly entered the war the paper rlrcils on wai already 2,714.000,000 of 11?< hlch was then excessive, and ha ared the legal currency below the gol llue. With the paper clw illation ti i.v of 20 milliards It is generally cot dercd hy Independent observers tin io gold h'i sis i* only about b pec eer ' compared wit.i pre-fcvirop'. an ( iu rc-ltuli'tn) Wtr df '('his . ri 1 t: lonnouH sum of S.i '4 milliards wotil ins at pre-war gold value reproser ib.i milliard of lire. In itself, howeve n extremely respectable sum for "poor aly. It Is to be noted that the Qoverr unt for Import duties has arbttr&rll ned the gold standard at 10 lire gol > 40 paper. In order that small Investor* tn Ital tall ha fully protected and that the ard-earned savings during the \va tall he of full benefit to the countr nd not only to controlling groups, tliv? lingfj are principally necessary. Tt rst is a radical change in the bunkhn .we of the country, by which the an ilious rivalry of two groups, such r le Perron I group and the Toeplii roup, shall not be allowed to lie carrlr it. to the detriment of hundreds i lousands of individuals. The evil of this was seen in the f: loue "Scalata dei bancbl" In 1818, whe le Perron 1 group obtained temporal >ntrol of the Banca Commeyclale, an le shares of that bank were forced 1 mtastic prices. The industries of Ital; hich are largely based on these tvt edit banks, ran never become reall :able until some reformation of tl inking law Is carried out. Tie second necessity Is a thorough o mtaction of industries to secure nia i-ts. Undoubtedly In the last year Ital st large sums of money in the cxpoi ade owing to the great lack of organ jtlon of the selling departments of h? idustrles. American buyers prefcrre ) purchase Italian fibre on the Londc larlcet rather than In Italy itself. The; ith Kngllsh buyers, went to German ?r silks, artificial (lowers and simih oods rather th?n to Italy, not so muc n account of the price, as owing i ie disorganization of Italian laduatrynd this before the labor troubles < L*t September had injured foreign coi tie nee. German Coinprtltlon Kelt. The third point i.1- that the your talian industries must be protect* gainst German competition. Tn t) lectric industry, lars.iy ueveiopea an \g the war. this competition Is partlci irly felt, although Italy Is to-day in osltlon to mamifaciuro and export nil lilnery, for wmoli before the war si as entirely dependent on other coui les. Not only is this competition fe i the liome market, hut important coi acts were lost in foreign markets, noti ly Bpain. Portugal and South America For example, several hydro-electr lant8 in Italy are on the point of con letlon and tenders were invited for ti ecessary machinery to be installed, ii iiidlnx two large alternators, foi mailer alternators, four transformer arlouR alternating transformers, mi >rs, &< . The German tendeis for th it. including transjiort and duty, wei 977,800 lire below the national tei ars, The average German cost ivork? ut at 1,260 lite per qulntale <2( sunds), while the Italian cost wa ,810 lire. The cost to manufactui lectric machinery In Italy to-day bout ten times the pre-war figure. Taking aa a basin an electric mot< C uO home-power, a type much In ua nd therefore manufacturable In aerie le respective costs are: for re-war cost 1,3 119 cost 5,? ovember, 1020. cost 13,0 J,700 Per Cent. Increase. The cost of material has increased toi )ld, and labor seven times. In hydrai c machinery, also Germany can bei taly by about Id per cent., althoufi i pre-war days certain Italian flrn ad a world-aide reputation for th lass of machinery. In other lines it te same tiling. There has Just concluded at I3oU.an i the Italian Tyrol, a German fair, i hlch was shown every sort at Li or ma roduct that could possibly lnteroi :aly. Including machinery, tnduatrh nd agrarian implements, cloths, glae lectrlcal appliances, Ac. In fact, as a small edition of the T.eipsic fai: From January to September, 192 ermany exported td Italy goods to U alue of 1,380,000,000 paper marks. 1 u same period, in 1913, her total wr 62,000,000 gold marks. As the pap* 90 mark note Is quoted on the Iloun ere at 32.3K. and hr.lh rountripii u\ iiiKi umij inun wr mauB ?n inau?iriai country. , f The largest chare in the new capital ! is tplcen hy the hanl'.H end credit Institutions, which absorbed 990,114,100 lire In tin* past, an l they had In the period of ' ?] 1915-1919 already absorbed 868,000,000 lire. The metallurgical and mechanical | .'oo.ono. *lt:iouirh JO cvnt. norr than in 131mn < onulrterHbly . w low tin' npur<- for 1*1#, wh#u no lows (i ibsn i> milliard of llr# w#? ubncrlb?<], .til* being; largcl* due to the Impetus fi ilvw t" (h* Vii'. ildn Company. which It #1 1 Hint time war complotinjr It# pr#pnr?- I n< i tion# for dominnttnir these Industrie# after the w?r. I ?i Chtmleal Capitol Trebled. "I tf On the i-onliai tbe chemical In-J tt IllBtrl i- 11 '-tilr?l tlietr .'a nit* 1 Inliin* - eating in paper. It will be seen thi ermany la making up a lot of leewa i this loot market. It la only by the Government settle > anil putting up some protectlc gainst Germany, and by the dellberal ml careful organization of the Inilui lea and labor, that young Industrh inly will be able to stand up and ni nly retain her own home market, bt lso fill those new markets which *h ?? rightly conquered. Otherwise thoi 111 be a financial crisis, to which th lack days of the nineties, which led 1 ia lntrottuctlon of German capital, wl ppear as nothing. Details of the Industrial depresslm hi oh shows signs of ImproTsineat. wl * given In to-morrow's article on court ons In Italy. It Is expected that by tti id of summer affairs ss 111 be at or nea urinal. One hnppy clrcnnistnncc is th: oclallsts are advising their followers t Ive np agitation and devote their tint ? work. INGER PRINT ANTIDOTE IS BAFFLING TO POLICi 'ur glare Use Collodion i $16,000 Jewel Haul. Hurglars who smeared their finger Ith collodion, nn albuminous preparr on that made their finger prints Indli net, have baffled the poltw a > arc ir estimating the theft of Jewelry value t more than $1G,000 from the home < . Ij. Sl???n(cr, 50 ICaat fClghty-recon reef. The robbery took pin. e SuturUa Ight whlh- the fafnlly end members t le household were absent. The lout t is servants left at 0 .to o'clock an tine returned until about 11 :S0. Tlien the house was found In a state < leorder. Drawers had been pulled ill nd their contents dumped on the floe ig? disarranged and furnlturu ovei irnvd. Ineluded lu the atolen Jewel ere diamond rlnire. bia'-eleta and ban brooeii of sapphires anil many nth' ">m set artlelea. EDISON'S DEPRESSION CURE. ells Salesmen It Trndr Tlro|i B-Hde Ineeease KfTnrt tt-Hhs. The Kdlsun Dealers Cirivan (Vinvet on of 1x21 opened a two day seee'o teterday In the Knickerbocker Theutr Itb th,- presentation of a fort- net ci n ly with music, written by WUIlai at well, railed "Bchool for Salesmen, he Piny w-Bs based oti Shakespeare til the world's a stage." and waa ?V Rnd to prove that a salesman who I it nrepared Is In much the same pr? eatnent aa the aetor who has neglerte learn his lines. Thomas A. Kdlson sent a message I bleb be said : "I have been through five depression irlng my buelneaa life. They all at Ike. This latest one acta eaaotly Ilk I the rest. The mm who. If huslrie* II off M per cent . Increased their aei; e ef'oTt 70 per cent.. managed to pu rouah ae 'f the> ?nt ro d?p)"**l"r id the ell oris of auoh men tand t. iurtw? nwfMMtjplbf* NEW YORK HERALD. J BROWN CLAMP: :\ ON NEWS OF CI ?, | .1 i d Continued IrOht fi\rnt I'agn. I )l Y i- committee's pathw ay or servea *o illur- j r. it irate t'he need of the remedy to be tl .. applied. >t "I mittlit add some thin;.- to be v . folded by the i; iclminiatrat'on: li d "Klr-t ? VVUJihol i... .nform.j tinn and 1> if cbetructlng inquiries an to official con- h r, duct. What would the administration w " say If they were not first asked to i- speak? s1 y "Second?Treating the State as an I t ,d enemy of the city and forgetting whence I Sl the city charter oornes and where Ite I ? |y citizens muet look for the correction j (r of charter provisions that work badly | ' ir and the elimination of corrupt or In- | a v efficient , a >e ' "The committee cannot do its pre- ; ie limlnary work on the lawn of the City i ,g Hall Perk or toll what It is going to ' , i- .earn or think three months from now. i is II' what It learnr, or thinks In the tz future is important the public will be ( <1 iaken Into Its full confidence." j a >f All efforts to extract anything more p definite about the plans of the commit- t >- tee, when It will meet and what will be ^ n the first subjeet taken up, were fruitless. y id Senator Meyer Konrommlttnl. ? ? ! Senator Schuyler M. Meyer, chairman *' j of the committee, was asked about the ( subpoenaing of Police Inspector Coughly | Jin, but replied that he knew nothing j t ie about It. The practice of the committee s at present is to bring such wifr.ceees v r" I before counsel and examine them at < ) j"" i some other place than the co?.imi tree's 2 ' i' adfiuarters at .'!S Par): Row. J!ut in- p 'j1 | formation which reaojuul City Hall was j 0 , unite circumstantial as to the summon- > : iug 0/ Inspector Coughlln and the nature 1 0 , of the documents he was asked to take 0 >n ! ni(4h v* * ? WW " , mm nun nqm n rmaquarters. u ^ In the absence of Police Commlsnloner ? y Enrlght nothing has been done about a ly further action In the matter of the com- j, 'h mitten's request for the services of Capt c 1 Dan Costigan, but it is known that the n ~ 1 committee intends to press this Issue to c ' ' oi final determination in the courts if f, l* I necessary, as it is considered vitally inv t, portant that the committee's powers be i, j legally defined. On the other hand, Cor; .location Counsel O'Brien has detailed i t. >2 Thomas F*. Curley. one of his assistants. ' f d to look into the <v .stlon of the legality I r ' of the secret sub-committee hearings j v r" , which are being conducted dally. ' a J- Adolf Kahn, the wholesale butcher 1 ^ a whose permit for the operation of six | j, ,...,ur- in ntni n?.'uiiii(iun ainrKfil WHS y >e revoked Wednesday by Commissioner I ,1 O'Malley, has btgun proceedings In the \ a '* Supreme Court, through his counsel, i ] William Chllvers. to enjoin O'Malley from t 1_ preventing Kukri operating his business 1 f, under the permit. An order directing h O'Malley to show cause why an lnjunc- ! p rl" lion should not be granted was served 10 upon the Commissioner yesterday after- ! n noon. | o J" Mr. O'Malley was asked by reporters p ' why he had revoked Kahn'3 permit., t] l8 which was granted on April tl after n rp Kahn had arranged to pay Albert Kl<vb- q lein. the former owner of the market \i Jj stands, $S,000 for the good will and fix- n )() lures of the place. Kahn has since torn $ lH out all the fixtures and replaced them v ro with his own and has arranged to close t his long established business at 72.1 c Tenth avenue, in Thomas J. McMnnus's d >r district. Kloehleln, as Tan New York T r 11bram> told y - slerday, actually got only o 8' #0.250 from Kahn and says he under- o stood that the difference, $1,7110, was o. . Just half of what K.'hn hod been com- | c '?> polled to spend in procuring the permit, t JJ? Kahn denies having paid anything for n "Influence" and maintains that he de- .' ducted the $1,750 because of the expense e i of "alterations" he had to make In n Kloobloln's place. ICahn's books, show- ' ing erased entries rela ting to some trans^ I action with one "McManus" and other ' entries referring to payments of $3,000 js and $500. are now In possession of Ix-nn- j V 1(J ard M. Wallsfein. counsel to the joint t R legislative commltt< e. tl Recalls Visit by McManus. j 1: w | _ ?? : 11 .11 Commissioner O'M alley sold he recalled | at referring a visit from "The" MoManus f it | about Kahn's application for the trans- j , s. 1 far of the Kloebleln permits to htm. it . "McManus toltl me," tlie Commissioner T r. said, "that this Kahn was a good friend 0. , of his, who kept four oars Tn Mc.\lanui'n i 0 ib gal ago, bougtit oil and gasolene from j ^ rn j him, was a good ouetomer and. besides j is : that, a constituent. Ho asked me to do ! v sr : what I could to h"lp Kahn. Mr. 11c- j , te J Manus made no improper suggestions. i ' i but merely wanted to sec Kahn get | y it | along. ; -j y ! "It ao happened." O'Mallcy wont on, j ri "that I had already Investigated Kihn'e | r ig antecedents and approved his applies.- B in tlon I had refused to approve the up- tl te plication of Kloeblein's neighbors In the p b- market. Steers A Menko. for tlie trans- t il for of the Kloebleln stands to them, bejt i cause I thought they had enough room n it with the seven 6tands they already held, t >? "So T said to Mr. McManus: 'That's* g "? all right. "The." You and your friend p i? Kahn are very fortunate, for T have i> to - , " CATTPUT 0T * VDD DAD / ? uuuni olhica run iv ' KABER. SAYS WOMAN ir 1 7 it o 1 Publisher'* Widow 1'nder Ar- ( rest Here. Acrnsed of TryP inir 1o Hire Fortune Teller. . ft ki a\r>. .Tun< !?. 'Hi# flllrif <rf (V sworn statement by Mrs. Mary J Wade, rr a fortune teller, with Prosecutor Edward a '* f*. Htnutoti that Mre. Eva Katherlne V i- Kaber ha<! asked her to kill Drill V 1 I. Kaher, her husband. who w;is a pub- j, Iiaher, was the outetand'njr feuttiro of tho <M?e here to-day. Mra Wade wiu questioned by Prose- " >f culor Stanton tiiul city and county de- ? A rtiVM for two 'nnnri A t firm she ivsji reticent: In t.'a'Uinpr about the murder, 'r ^ J-'tntiron said, but finally declared that r' j. several months before the murder Mrs. ^ Kaber came to her home, declared ?ho *. was In love with another man find ro^ <|? sted Mrs. Wade to kin Kaber. lf Mre. Kaber upon her arrival hero, will ' occupy the cell In the county Jail used r< by Cassia Chadwlek, whose swindling of ' jg hnn'cs twenty jears ago r??',:lted In her , imprisonment. Vl TAKE TO OHIO WOMEN HELD IN KABER SLAYING  ? in is Police Chief Also Has Silver ' to Be Used at Trial. h, i f. n Mrs "b a Katharine K*b?r end her I ? daushter, ills* Marian -McArdle, who ft waived extradition, will he taken to-day "J !! to Cleveland, where they nro under In- ( . I dlctment with several othera In eontiee- t, * tlon with the stahblim to death of Daniel j !" Kaber In their Lakowood home two j . ,_ | \ ears ago " ^ Peter t'hrlatanaen. Chief of Police of ( 1 Tjokowonrt, and two deputies will also take hack to Ohio a euitoaae containing 1 a memorandum book, documents and an ? ' assortment of aliver apoona, knivea and forks seised In the New York borne of ' , Mrs Kaber at 301* West Ninety-third 1J5 etreot. Tt Is reported the Initial "K" I" t! i engraved on some of the sllverwe' 11 n ,' hlch l? considered cf tmiw-i tepee fi t > aa -aid ti> or I* ie r. yn'"n by I'M ' lar* T ? in toe Kabei heme oil the night ol the , < ^ixlmek ^tf b'RIDAY, JUNE 10, 191 S LID TIGHT ( TY GRAFTING ist decided to approve his application 'ou can leli hlir 1 have granted your '.quest.' y'o Kahn came in then and I to perijilt tvus made out. an J as I real! it McMnnus ami Kahn went off tnvther. But 1 made It very clear to luhn then that he \va? not buying the ermii from th.; city, but the fixtures ll jehleln owned. He told mo then he ras going; to pay $6,500 for them. "1 don't know anything about thle ' tory of Kloeblein that ha wan to get 8,000 and only got $6.2f>0, and that omahody got $2,500 for 'Influence' from . i lahn. I J ii iviinn jJiwu unjrDoa; 1111/ 111UU7 iui ufluence' with me he was * fool. Now.1 lnee all these rumors have been going round about money having passed for 1 his permit, 1 thought it best to revoke L, and 1 did. Tn doing so I considered I .ould be assisting the Joint Legislative I 'ommirlee In its investigation of the alte: That's ail I've got to say about] When Commissioner O'Malley was skod about the "supervising" of the ushcart pedlors he made a weary geeur? and pointed to the office of his eputy, Mrs. Louise Reed WelrmlUer. "See her," he replied. "That matter oraee under Mrs. W< Lzmtiler's Jurlsdlo'on." On Oflletnl List, bat Kot Pay-roll. from Mrs. Welrmlller it w*e learned hat for the last three or four months he has lvad control of some ten "superisors," who, since the passage of an ormance approved by Mayor Hylan May 0, liave been regularly attached to the epartment of Markets, though without ificial pay. iiach of these men has full direction j c f one or the city tuuxitots. except one t thsia. who combines two markets ; Oder his Jurisdiction, Atlantic and , !lako avenue markets, Brooklyn. Hiey , re expected to keep order In the mar- | ets and see that they are properly ' leaned up and that the city ordinances ; ffecting- health, fire, poliee, street leaning, lncumbranees and the sale of i ood are observed. They also have much 0 say about the location of each ped- ( iT'n wagon. | For these services they are permitted j o collect, in the name of the city, 91 , torn each pushcart pedler every week, tut of this sum they pay the men or j .omen they hire to clean up the market nd keep the balance for themselves, according to Mrs. WelxmJHer the work < efficiently done ana the services orth vrhat the men mnJie, which, sh# j eplares. averages between and $75 . week net for each market. But behind this lies an ancient insti- j utton of graft, against which every efort has failed. Since city markets were nstltuted. in fact, since the pushcart edlor became a feature of city life, rfupervleors." whose authority existed icreiy In their nerve and the say-so f the district leader, have lived off the edlers. They have been recognized by he police and sponsored by the Aldericn and their authority has been tinueetioned. For tlvelr "servlceet," wldcb, ho tnvcr flmv a ?*a n nw fnrmorlv WPffi II, they collected anything from fl to 1 :0 e week from pedlera In the markets? 1 . rhaterer the traffic would bear. In re- | urn tho-y decided who should have the j holce locations and who should do the j irty work of cleaning up the market, j ^ 'heir revenue was all net graft and ften ran to $100 a week and more, out , f which "somebody" had to be "seen." j . Irately the practice of extending the j [ Ity markets to cover far more blocks j ban ever before has grown apace and ! t t almost every ni "ting of the Board of j ildcrmrn new blocks are added to the' xlstlng markets. This gives room for j noro pedlers and tlierefore for more doltra per week. j Aldermen Pigeonhole Reform. Alderman Xov-llo. on April 19, com- | Inlned of this condition and submitted , resolution disapproving of the oollec- j Ion of the $1 a week and proposing hat the city pay thj supervisors a week- j . wage. Tlio arbitrary extortions of icee collectors, Alderman N'ovello said, ! idded considerably to the cost of keep- j tig a pushcart, and therefore to the cost if selling food In the inarko.ta. But the committee on markets, of rhleh Alderman Charles W. Dunn Is halrm&ij. pigeonholed the Xovello rcsilutlon. while formally approving the rntlments expressed in It Aldorman lunn tlien framed a now ordinance, vhich Mr. La Quardla sponsored, giving ho Commissioner of .Markets the "i>ower nd duty" to appoint tbo supervisors, , mt saying nothing about paying tlwm. ! 'hat was left an It stood tn the ftrm ; 1 'f the II a week collections, of which ' 10 return Is made to the city or any ^ counting. Thore la no fee collected by lie Markets Department from pushcart odlors. though they pay $2 for a license o the Department of Lice net a. Why fhe archaic aystem of arbitrary nd unaccounted for collection* from ice* poor merchants la perpetuated r?ardlrsa of all complaint* against It la fi he the subject of a sharp Investigation >y the committee's counsel. iREOnSICH VILLAGE REPULSES CRITICS j i )nlv One Shows Fp at Mayor's Hearing and Ho Faces $25,000 Suit. Greenwich Village, supported by tesUlonlaJa from prsachsrs, actors, artists m mere wiiu nn? iw . Hinge, called yerterday upon Mayor j r.vl.an to tell him that the complaints let week of tho Washington Square Aeciotlon that Village resorts were not , II they ought to b* were without foun- i atlon. KiWst Collyer, secretary of the Wesh- I igton Square Association, the onJy rep- ' tentative of the critics, turned tip at | is hearing thirty minute* late and was rented with formnl notice of a f2B,000 j f ander suit filed against him by Mrs. J mery, proprietress of the Jolly Friars I afa. He took his departure with the lst of the crowd, but returned to see le Mayor In the afternoon, when. If wna I e lated, he said thnt the Village now ts srr oulet and everybody Is happy. Among those who protested that j reenwloh Village Is not a "moral cess- | not" w ^rn tho Rev. Dr. Percy Stlckney | * isnt. rector of the Church of the As T,?, Unmn.ililll i louhs of Si Mark's-ln-tha-Bnuwrla khiI | fowland Kass Havlland, a Christian rlanre practitioner and grandaon of tha , to C. Augustus Havlland. who was a i land and neighbor of tha Mayor. It was polntad out that Motions of ir Village formerly ooruplad by at a Mas nd ramshackle housas now art claan nd attraotlva, and that tha only neglect I i th?t respect Is chargeable arHnst the troot Cleaning Department. Mr. Hatrl- ^ ind told tha Mayor that ha and mam- j ara of lila congregation visited OreonIch Vlllsft resorts ovary Wednesday Ighf after church, had a good tlmo and 5 iw nothing wrong. y H\BY not KIM.a HINtKLK. I // rial Prfpntrh to Tug Nkw Tobk TTnu a I.tTTt.g Rotk, June 9.?T.oul? Lavler, i pee-yea r-old son of Mr. and Mrs. -njamln Ijorlsr, shot and killed hlm lf to-di*- "htt" nlavln" with a ntrtol ':? child aim lopK nf down the h;*-r<! t tha wenp?n when he pul'ed th- I , T I _ i tl. MIDGE GREETS 125,000 CHILDREN Pice-President Reviews Sunday School Parade in Big1 Vnn iversa n Celebration. tLORIES IN AMERICANISM M a TTirfl InflTinnoo flon Ps). 11/ JJ Vix 1U11UV1MV VWI1 A vail in Oitv of Homes and Ciiowhes, He Says. With Vice-President CaJvt" Coolldge ind Postmaster-General WH' Haye a? heir sruofts. I2>,0b) Si" day schoo' ehilIren of .Brooklyn paraded In various >arl3 of the borough yonterday in etle>ratlon of tae ninety-second anniversary ?/ the Ui ooklyn Sunday School Union. Mr. Coolldge was the chief speaker at he luncheon at the Montauk Clufb, penlng the day's festivities. "I am rlod to come here." he eaJd. "to parti cpate In this celebration for what It slgltfles, a city of homes and a city of 'hllw^hflO TViftif trm n-vetViar onrl Tdsv epresent an influence ajfainst which no vil can pro vail. "It's a great day ' hope for me and >f roJuHtifled faith ' 'he American peo>1? and American it.- Hons. It dem>nstrate? that our pro, are still clinrrng steadfastly to the realities of life, md so long as that Is the condition our >re?ent position In the leadership of the vorld lit secure. It Is known that these ire days of great difficulties not only o the nation, but to the world. We xpect to work them out. We huve enoyed In the past a great prosperity in America, extending to the confines of lie world. The war In a me&nur? took t away. The bringing of It hark calls 'or readjustment. What will bring it jack? "Men must work. If they work at all. or something more than tho material velfare of life. That vision, that hope ti tho institution that I see around mf o-day must alao be present. We must eturn to the religious activity that ha." >nought man out of savagery to tho >resent state of civilization. Material velfare has not been, Isn't and won't >ver be enough. Wo must return to the ellglous consolations." Others at the speakers' table v;ere lenators Calder of Brooklyn and Tasker j. Oddle of Nevada, Postmaster-General lays, John Wanamaker and James W. ierard. William H. Childs was tho halrman. Postmaster Walter C. Buron, president of the Sunday School Tnlon, Introduced the Vice-President. The guests reviewed the Prospect Park llvlslon of the general parade from the itand on the lawn meadow. I-.leut.-Gov. reremlah Wood was In the reviewing tand of the Saratoga division. Borough 'resident Edward Rlegelmunn and other officials, as well as army otfleeria. redewed other divisions. Cjl-1 A ..a Lfl 1 UwUicu nuiuitiuui.ca. | i J The following automobile t were reported itolen In this city ywtorday by Police Heartluartem: iulck 1919 touring:; Hecnew 102801 N. J.; motor 687888. "ord 1020 r?<lan; llosnw 162833 N. Y.; motor 4293636. cash touring:; license 49670 N. J., motor unknown. rorrt redan; license 20207 N. J.; tnotor 4080140. itaxwell 1020 touring; license 80*2.1 \'. Y.; motor 310497. 7. lldrmohlle 1020 rodar.; lloeeuse 136362 N\ Y.; motor 874131J. rord sedan; Uoeitre 23293 N. J.; motor 420T1.V xtcomobllo taxi. 1910 mortal, red body; l!oense <?KW2 N. Y. ; motor 8730. Dverlard 1917 touring, maroon horty. gray to?; license 644647 .V. Y.: motor g\V?Kt>7. Tliandler 1020 touring; license 20203 N. Y.: motor 98773. >ldsmoblle 1920. green and ye,l.,w wheels; license 182997 N. V.; motor B9O90 lupnvoblln touring, license 1609.41 K. T.; motor 20217. lodge taxi. 1917, brown ami white: 20th 064WC xf. Y iBilor P7G60, hack llcei?? 1M3. "opd 1031 rot,. , llcenae 1083 K T.; motor 4013107. iaynes 1021 touring. bhia; llcanee 207021 h. Y ; motor WOT ror?l 1C20 runabout; lleenae 1P881 K. T.; motor 4382140. ford 1018 touring; license IC3U08 X. Y.; motor 3536021. Mdamoblle 1017 touring, dark green and yellow wheels; license 34104. nx.'or 86807 Irutndlor 1021 touring; license 247832 X. Y.; motor WI781. fudson 1010 ap?edete>', blue, with red wheoJo, li< enee 170628 N Y.; motor 48017. ford 1010 coupe; license 38439 X. J.; motor 4021032. Jverland 1021 touring; Homes 410.51 N. Y.; motor 6333. led lilac 1018 touring, dark h ue, license 8420OO K. Y.; motor M7J8130. -tort 1021 touring, green; License 301 CiM X. Y.; motor 785.13. toamer 1820 touring; Brans' 1467T2 X. Y.: motor 8X41201. Ihevrolet 102<> tourfng; license 147986 X*. Y ; motor 51740. R STATS I APPRA1SEU. nKDERlCK W. HILL, Bangor. Mr. (April 10. 10201. having e perron# I estare of *2,668,472. with #.'.5,768 taxable In Now York. Edith Prescott I.unt, Rochester. *127,843; Ella F. Guild, Bangor. *100.000. O. F. and H. J. Guild. Bangor, 3I0.O00 each: Harriet L. Guild, Bangor. #10,000; F. H. Guild, Bangor, #20.000; C. H. Lunt, C. H. Lunt. Jr., and T. K Lunt. Rochester. *30,000 each; Gertrude .Smith, Wat Medford, Mrtss., and Huntington Sanfcrd, Woroeeter, Man*., tSc.OOO e?ch; C. I'. Crosby, Bangor, #20,nno. Dorotliy Guild, Bangor, *10.000: el* relative* and friend*, #15.000 life estates each; two relatives. #20.000 life estates each; St. John's Episcopal Chum h. Bangor. *2."..ihj0. Humane Hoeiety, Bangor, #20,(W>. TTnlvarsity of Maine, Orono, and tlte Public Library, Eaatern Maine General Hospital, Children'* Home. Y. M. C. A.. Y. W C. A., H?m> for Aged Men. Bangor Fuel Society. A.< soclnted Charlt'.ee and Antl-Tubaitmlbsis Society, Bangor, varying frarttona of residue. LAYMONn S. PORTER. F.ltxabctb, X. .!. (September Id. 1020). leaving a persons! estate of 3401.768. with *61.007 taxable In New York. His mother, Anns H. Porter, receives one-third and hla wife, Jane P. Porter, two-third# of the estate. tlGHLAHD C. BVT.TMAN (April 4, 1310): leaving a gross -state Of #4*1.M6 and net estate of *386.008 Rome tor Aged reopl". North Bergen. N. J., *.5.000, wife, Pop'ile M. Bultmar ?f 158 West Elgnty-rlrst street, the remainder. :nrm rtktno k orHERWE r orr . sp/tngfleld, Mass (May 20. 1020) . leaving e personal estate of #04.515. with $8,162 taxable peootrae 91,000, and bsr husband, A. fi. Ko<t>?WB?lt>r of Now Haven. ths rosldui . IRH. SUSAN II. AfUUTt MlddMown, Conn fOototter 90. 19J0) ; leaving a p?r*onn| Mlrn of 9200.4T9, wttli M.VIfl taxable In N'- Vork: husband. Edwin P. tu^ur, MO.ori I life Inlsrost In 'hree-quarter* nf r 1 rr, ilahto.n other relative* rec<Ivu Iimiii , .silles' Itomu VUslonary :Wl?ty and T\. - m's F'lrrtgn Missionary Soviet* of the 1'lrst Church, MMdletown, 9'<000 afldi; Mlddletnwn Hospital. 90.000. ; n Fire Record. ^ L K ItaM. S 10-lT9t}i St. and Sedipslnk a*.. The 9rv>n*t D. S. 0 dump.... Nop* 7 BO?390 R. I09d *t.; unknown.... Unknown 0:00-089 W 4 th *t.; Lord A Taylor... Unknown 0:4O?42fl TV. 97th St.: TT?nrl I-snr son Unknown M. 1:2A?29TB 2d ; Plan. Henry Cohn. . BrtO?194th st end North Ulver; svow: O'Brisn Bros .....Unknown n:d#?002 Water st.: truck; William Stertman t Unknown 9:9B?lOT.S Arthur av . Hrons; Mat* saret Uowlstlrk .. . f. 1 v ?.*. II >t(t 2l'2th St. Hint Imil e\ , 1 i|i n" UlljUf' ?: '??m mm ?t.: John Ma.. E 1 i? . 11 - .?Ua?gmis U AMUSEMENTS. ' AMERICA'S FOREMOST THEATRES A HIT WINTER GARDEN ^T/ NEXT MONDAY NIGHT .'?0 Th<- V. V. Winfer (;nri.'en I'rrxl ion, ! The Whirl of New York w;i?. Vutn>or< < ? ?: , T> I '.I V. ,:w I It> Er.a 1"' I.'. '. <i *i am st SMMRFT' 1 1 JiiUOLii 1 .\UllllBrf, To_m v. ,t v. ?d. 2 so i just married^ta::;^;;^, i sel.wyn theatres ?3dw?tt TimPC^tl TKJtATKR,Rvea.KtS:30 .Mm J 30. iwitjoq. ,00 pROO? HIHTILLKD JOY. THE BROADWAY WHIRL ?A s ?*v Minaeal intuxinunt with j i lUcnuxi ' twin ? FVnr .'iie Rlnif ? OnarlM I )Tiiinbiw--Wlnm wm<f?fity 'tour. ; selwyn MATIN-RES TV ED. i: SAT. "Till LAUGHING EVENT <>K THl, ST7MMBK." ?HircUt. IEMYYN'8 ; SSABSMw. 1 AN0?A r? LEW 11M WOLF I Dates Fields Hopper MVK \y. l.T U* Mi^oVVKM, ' APHI I n We?t4!W St. LAST 3 7IMKS. I /ATVLAAJ LAST TOMSV at a ao. R00NEY & BENT in * Love Birds" BEO'G NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. mmnmsim - "' ' v-'|,|" N ''I-X N I.K I'-. !Tp A 7L'P Wi?i m. Kv? it MiK). > rw\,n.n. vs ,_j A h. t 2 ^ II'*' K E O'NEILL'S Groal?it Driiuti. .[GOLD WILLARD MACK FU-1 MONT w- ?"Ht-"nr-S:S0Dcuviun l \iatlnee? To-iv'w 4 'L'h.irs. WRICKS M i* s Lulu Belt Wra. A. iWh C) Tim.. I ). of H'wuy. Ets.8 30 Hr .?> ? ?? Vi'-v T. -n.'u I: Thura. M. OFNTRAI SOU., B'way at 47th ?t. " ' 1 I\/\L ,lv lc(( UiUy-ZtUQ-ti .w, FOx'preaenta "A CONNECTICUT YANkFF KINO i rti ARTHUR'S COrRT." Stayed by Emmett J. V'lynn. Popular Prices. rni.-\TnF GTTTL1 , g? U Aft RICK Ma.jnSJx^i V?3a 1 :tu^johnfer6USOII ZZZ "MK. PDI 1'iisses Bv" Mo1 squeen Twice Daily. Dailj lit: ts. OF f sheba WORLD'S N"f?-1 Sf?iiH?tional and ORE \TFST Most TlirttMntr Screen MOTION* S sI'?*tarte F.ver Shown. PICT I* RE. i Direct el by J; Cordon Edwards See th? Sens t ioiial ( harlot Race. I NEW YORK'S LEADING T1 | EMPIRE |; , n".% Last 3 Times J Last Mat. TO-liOR'lV Beat Seat* $8.50. I _ ETHEL & JOHN - BARRYMOREI ^ (.KO. rnU?MB.vA43<lHtM .t*\Vp<l fc. ant (J M. vwrlRI* |,vs. 8:13 UKST SKATS i.At'QHS! LAUGHS! LAUGHS! fcijlssfc Two Little GIRLS IN RLUE UKKT HAM K TI N'KS A V. HEHK. I vrn TM TV. 4Sth HI Kvn, s ail. I T.AM J I 1-ICn.UM Mai. 'Ko-ni'w A Tljtir*. I WEEKS thf nnin nififiFRS* A -ery "" " """ mivwmiiw llopwowi VORTv,i TO-M'W 3:30 TIMKS CC MAPLES M/ESTELLE ?fBBANOOH HER MY WlUWCOD IYNAN t^TYPANMYOF LGVL Ml' (T Marie H?U. bet. B>*Ont.P.W. da a I. (v,i. U4?. Evh.8 20. Mat. Sat. SHUFFLE ALONG VrISM with ilillor A Lyle?, Slsblf k lil.ike. OlUer>. HENRY MILLER'S KVJSkT ~ EYES. 8:30. MATINEE TO-MOH'W 3 10. A THEATRE GUILD PRODUCTION. ' MR. PI M ASSES ,?y * Movm *o Giirrlck Thcntre N?*t Monday ! ___ | HOORAY! HOO] SUNDAY fh FRIA PlIBI AT 1 MANHA1 REMEMBER II TNT | >>UINUA x WV/Ail-i 4 d 1! J W h^aiTHsT* J tml i WIW fJ sfiTrthc J [7WP|li> Arsfntlna. "I1 D. H?" ft" fS ]||flVitlpTi":tt i Tiolll#t?r? Bllbfr A rth, \YT?> A Hmrtman.' T^aon Barbara. Partaraoti Trtn. oUwra. < Mf i a . yT'Ya BAKRfTVl. Plant ttflvU jLVMJt P?nn?t?, Crown A llnr? A nth*. fTi'EMI JACK IH COOGAN JACKI ? COOGA N Pl?]liy J fl ,n - PECK S DAD BOY" h(AfrV#jjl 1 nd T-fT A T, BIO VA1.roEVII.DE [MJ||TJ|BOb HAMPTON of PLACER WllM] With WESLEY BARRY IP^kTlEXI and BIO VArDBVIDLK UDEENVncH Thra , Tth Av. A 4 St. IC?*.S.?5 VILLAGE Mat*. ITrt., Hat. A Bun.. 2 U? AUDREY MUNSON 1 "THE QUEEN of the STUDIOS," I Itereat* ti?r Intlmato rwr?-t* of III* "HEEDLESS MOTH Loew's New York Theatre fit Roof I Cr-nt. II A. M. It 1' M Roof to 1 A M 1 SHIRLEY MASON In "Th? Mother Haart." NT!AT IIAF.T In "OOPNt OCOJ)" j Loew'sAmerican V,?)V" i Mary Tii .-ford.'"HiroughthaBaok i am c,,,. Door.' Oypay Son* . *?* m a Orattan.'otliar*. K'tcrved amm H? - < AESBTIil "A Vn,c',n ,h# I,nrk H Aarf Si ML carlo* Salxado. HarpUt. ^Vtrau-lanlnnv^ m. n AMUSEMENTS. -S DIRECTION OF I .EE * J J. SHITWntT. M VtCtTAtSll ^PNSATiON' Q5CAR STRAUSv ^.-rT,)mAMfti> iS'tjixT wAtrgif/ura riCEORCe^"": ARLISS'^^l HOrtTM EV, ? -r MAT' ".'T 5 "SO fefTTTTlL ?X*^BIFF! BIN<i! BANG!?^ I PASIMH i>-AK'IHlfTr fo-.\fi . KKO\v. , l-AJIINU J OK V/UHKK rtlun I ^"mk'-V t"T MONEY O '- . W NCMfiCO e^w^. I x^AWtRBttJJ^ /EVES 6 *> MATiWtO At AT r /lA^TOWPPKS TWp/^USKATCOWTo7"MIT v4|^44tH ST THE AT R6 I JIYIAATS 215 CVtO"46*?4 I ry^^RWjjRiFFiryj j Nl?htj, . () :, I! .0(1, #I..V> RFPI TRI ir w ?? ? ' ' "* s 10. I.AHT :? . . L?s' vr.M.To-in'w TIMKs VAi'tKsi Enter Madcme tk?\ oi?! ? - - ... t MTCR W!W-AU5EATS RESERVES r_.. JH BLA SCO 1BANEZ ij^HO&SSMEK "*9 OF the APOCALYPSE UTTLE | 7 fa l i Yont\ THEATRE ,;w * t0. 'St 1 Cdi WmtM St. I V-Minr"* Witl V r> PkfinrfTinv>? ?? FULTON 4flUl *' w : ' "=3 ' M-.fs. lo-m w & \\ <nj. ji ^ so. ? t * UhJoK.Hchllilkr?iii<| II iliO^\>A)ir fc GvaT/O OalUenno. L9 La Vl(i i os f<> fiarrlck Next Monday. ~ZS ^ta*I. CT Ttmntri*. nr. U'way. K'r?. >. i . o I. \, ,itlrnw To-in'w A W . <1. -J-.Hi 1 AKTHJJK ! IN A | TI.r (,|^0<T BYRON BtTWBEN E LTI MCE a^kgv:-j j; PARK theatre twice daily I 13'way a. r.'Jth St. Li :iiO and N.iiQ I e:;- over the hill J li> WlllCarlcton. Directedl>? Harry JIlI)?ru# I heatrks and st*cces3bs , netv amstepdam w?f ip st 15 mats wed & sat sotks^so ttwmyh mubtl^n leomokol' ml aw 1 w. frfh ... 31 ' ii rf-' v ^cinf larrimore-nice n ajjc ii' cv i?th ?.r?stm*. ww v s'.i ijla-'dc. thehh'im ()k 1.000 f u ftllk ihl heb 89&r r.aikty, u ?n?y a 48 at. mu.w-.-i. a *zt. h y pton WW'^L f-/tenubi IALK'.-U or PSDFOBMANCE \*2? on the AMtDlCAN STAGE i CEORCE n|i COHANS THE VAQABONDjl THE TAVEWlT.l RAY! HOORAY! | EVENING DC nnrAT no uncm i LIC FROLIC I CHE HT A1\J OPERA L JL HOUSE ? n FEATS ON PALE I I AT TUB FRtARP' CLUP 5 I Aa AND TDK MANHATTAN OMSK A HOt'SK. s I PARAMOUNT PICTURES. RI V 0 L 1 WALLACE REID ? D>ny TOO MUCH PPEBD." I | at 4H Pt. Rlvt.'i Con rt (irctrwlfa. 1 jD I A L T 0 Douglas MacLeaa |\ TIMES In "ONE A MINUTE." ' i j apt'ARE F*r"oti? Utolto Orrh??tra. 1/CRITERION THOS. MEIGHAN TIMES "Whit# an1 Pnrnarrted." RQUA.RB fluatar K< atott Comedy. St oA,4Kivt n^on5tance Tnlmadg# 1 K A IN y In T,. ?on? In Lov?." | B'wmy A 47 St. Hlrnnrt Pirrphony Otrh. CciliimKi* B*w?rlTwle# Pnlly'RurlMiu* OIUmDia? ?7th|J -1 r. A ?:lB|Pop PrtcM J?n B??1lnr*p L rj,-_ wjfti C!?rk * all new reeic-a-noo jiccuiiouta. STEEPLECHASE (JjjCgS&Y The FUNNY PLACE I T TNI A Pryor'sBand \J 1 Nl il entire season fnNFT INLAND, fr** l>?nctn?, l'r?? ClrouA. PMim^PARK OPPOHITI: WMT laorti ST reuHT. i ALT WAI'BH SUBK BATIIINU NOW. ! ? j A? Jn the Lo*t and j Found rotnnxn* of THE KBVT YOKE V FA I n off' * n 1-0*1 nf j reiuvei ?n# now mmI (y.