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BONUS BOND ISSUE IS POSTPONED Only One Bid Received and ' Being Conditional Is Rejected. - COURT TEST REQUIRED First Payment of Ex-Ser.j vice Men to Come From Sinking Fund. 'SO DELAY WILL RESULT ! $31,800,000 of Other Bonds Offered by State Are Sold j at 101.212. Special Dexpatrh to Th? Nsw Yo?k Hiwui. ?w York Hrruld Hurean, 1 Albany, June A. j The . onstltutlonality of the soldier bonus will have to be upheld In the Court of Appeals before the first bond Instalment of $10,000,000 Is Issued by j State Comptroller James A. Wendell, How the test case will De nrougnt nas not yet been decided. Attorney-General Charles D. Newton Is In conference with fhe Comptroller to devise means of getting the test before the courts as soon as possible. This decision was reached when only one bid for the bonus bonds was received to-day and the offer was made on the condition that the constitutionality of the bonds was approved by the Court of Appeals before July 1. This offer came from a syndicate headed by the Chaso Fecurlties Company, and the Comptroller decided that the condition attached made it unacceptable. ( nnlil Not He Accepted. "The conditional bid could not be ac- | eepted," said Mr. Wendell, "for it Is lni- i possime to guarantee a couri att-mwi by a given date. It is clear that as soon j as the courts hold the bonus law Con- | stitutionnl there will be a good market ! for the bonds. We have been assured by leading bankers that If the decision is had promptly these bonds will find a? good a market as the other bonds offered to-day. "As soon as the courts decide the bonus bonds are valid any money necessary to pay bonuses can be borrowed from the sinking fund in anticipation of the sale of the bon is. So as a practical matter the money fur the payment of the bonuses will be available as soon as It vould be If the conditional bid were accepted. Thirty-one million eight hundred thousand dollars of other State bonds?high- i way, forest preserve and barge canal terminal?were offered, and for these a bid of 101.212 was accepted from a syndicate consisting of the National City Company, First National Bank, (Jnar?<nty Company. Bankers Trust Company, Brown Bros, & Co.. Harris. Forbes Company and others, all of New York city. Bids l?y Three Syndicates. Three syndieates bid for the bonds. The other two were headed by Kuhn. Loeb A Co. which offered 100.877, and Hallgsrtcn & Co. whleh offered 100 4 Ait The Comptroller said that the premium from the National City Company will amount to $345,416, while that from the Chose Securities Company, even though it Included the bonne bunds, would net a premium of only $111,604. "Even though the honus bonds have to be sold at par, and tinder the law hey cannot be sold below par," said Comptroller Wendell, "the 8tate Is better off by $273,810 In accepting the bid of the National City Company." Adjt.-Oen. J. Leslie Kincald, chairman of the bonus commission, announced today that a system Is being Inaugurated to prevent the impersonation of aoldlers In the securing of bonuses. SENATE ORDERS PROBE OF WAR AID AGENCIES Coolidge to Name Five Senators for Inquiry. Washington, June 9.?Investigation of all Government agencies dealing with former service men was ordered by the i Senate to-day In adopt Inc a resolution by Senator Walsh (Mut), Democrat.1 creating a select committee to conduct the Inquiry. The vote vm unanimous. Conditions as to action on former ser- I Ice men's claims were a "scandal," Senator Walsh declared. Although Congress had been "very generous" with money for war veterana, he said, ths funds had not been administered orop rly. Vice-President Cooltdge will appoint | five Senators, three Republicans and j two Democrats, to serve. In the House Representative Robert on (Okla.). Republican, the only woman member, pleaded for more hospital facilities In her State for former asrvlcc man. "It seems to be the tendency to.give everything to Texas, ' she told the House. TREASURY WATCHDOG RESIGNS IN CONGRESS Wabhiwotov. June 9.?After serving twelve years In Congress Representative James W. flood of the Fifth Iowa district, for the last two years chairman of the House Appropriations Committee, will resign to-morrow to beRln the practice of lsw In Chicago. It had been known for some months that he contemplated this step, but he wanted to remain until the pannage or the laat of tha aupply bill*, which he personally handled In the Hnuie. Mr. Good, a* chairman of the Appro- ! prlatlon* Committee, stood for Oovern- [ ment economy and reported appropriation bills more than 9 4,OOO.OOO.OOO below department estimate*. He also led the flgljt for adoption of the national budget system. k $1,000 FOR A REASON FOR | ^ NOT BANNING PISTOLS Tinpatch to Tits New Yosk Hkm.b t-HlOAoo, June 9.?John R Thompson of Chicago believes disarmament should j begin at home He contends that If It Is 1 a sensible thing for nations to dismantle 1 ihelr war ships, then It Is equally proper for an Individual to throw away his automatic. Mr. Thompson has begun a campaign of advertising Intended to create sentiment favorable to legislation prohibiting the manufacture and sale of revolvers. * In display advertisement* !n newspapers Mr. Thompson *nys: "f will pay i I. <'00 to any one who will give one good mason why the revolver manufacturing industry should be allowed to in I HA YS FOR CIVIL SERVICE AND MERIT SYSTEM Postmaster Gives Pledge in Address at Brooklyn. Will H. Hays. Postmaster-General, speaking ta 8,000 postal employees at the Federal Building in Brooklyn yesterday, said that what he wanted more than anything else while In office is to create the feeling among the 300,000 employees of the department that they are partners In the aervV.e, "I would like to hasten the time,'' he said, "when the civil service of this country can guarantee an honorable, decent anf properly compensated career so that when we come to the end of our lives we can look bade upon an appre ciaisa period or service. rne post omce In not an institution for profit or politics. but for service. "I believe firmly in the civil service, and pledge an earnest application of the merit system. Faithful service must be honestly rewarded, and everything I can do to that end I promise with all my heart." DR. BUTLER TO ADDRESS INTERNATIONAL BODY London Invitation Was Not Sent by Premiere. Washivc.ton'. June 9.?The body which Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, president of Columbia University, is to address in London this month is not the British Imperial Conference of Premiers, as was at first supposed, but a society organized for the betterment of relations among the countries allied in the war. Representativee of aull these nations have been Invited to apeak at a meeting of this society, which also hopes to hear from L>loyd George and the Premiers of the British dominions and colonies, who will be (n London attending the Imperial Conference. Dr. Butler was chosen as the representative of the United States because of his standing as an educator and as an authority 011 politics and government. The meeting of the society is unofficial and has no relation to the Imperial Conference. The name of the society is not known here. Dr. Butler, who Is to Bail on the Aquttania next Tuesday and spend the summer in Europe, said at his home last night that he had cabled to friends in England to ascertain the nature of the meeting he was to address, but had not as yet got a rsply. Hs has been active In several societies which are working for the Improvement of international relations. IVIIXYM'S HOME IS BURNED. Calais, Me., June S>.?-The summer home of John N. "Willys, eight miles from this city, was burned to-day. f Sa wht "Mc in i \ "Jus ! tele, | reai The i] 2% < ; makes the it cannot other part other part takes the c buildings, r boards, an apparatus. $ On Januar filled appli ! telephones g and a hosl , ' \... THE HEAD OF LEGION DIES IN MOTOR ACCIDENT J P. W. Galbraith, Jr., Crushed; by Machine Plunging Into Ditch. \ . , TWO COMRADES INJURED Milton J. Foreman and Henry Rvan Cut and Bruised in Accident. INDIANAFOM8, June 9.?Frederick W. (lalbralth, Jr., national commander of the American lct?n. was killed here to-day wnen a motor car In which he was riding to the Indianapolis Country Club plunged over an embankment. With Mr. Galbralth at the time were Milton J. Foreman of Chicago, prominent in the Illinois legion, and Henry Ryan, director of Americanization for the legion. Both Mr. Ryan and Mr. ; Foreman were cut and bruised but were j thrown free of the car, while Mr. Gali bralth was crushed beneath It. The car. a roadster, belonged to Mr. Ryan and was being- driven by him. Accompanied by nearly a score of Nation.-/ and State officers of the American Legion the body of Mr. Galbraltb was removed to-night to his late home, In Cincinnati, where runer&l services will be held Monday. The National Commander's body was escorted to the Union Station hero this evening by scores of legionnaires. Heading the escort was Mnjor-Gen. W. Read, commander of the Fifth Army Corps j Area, and his staff Military services were held at the station. Many tele] grams expressing sorrow and condolence were received to-day at national head- j i quarters of the legion from officials i and friends of the dead commander, j One of the messages was from I'reslI dent Harding. ] Following the funeral at Cincinnati members of the National Executive t ommmce will rciurri to HUB city io elect one of the national vice-commanders to serve until the annual convention of the legion Is held at Kansas City. Mr. Qalbraith was a Colonel of Infantry during the war. bains? attached to the Thirty-seventh Division. His brother officers agreed that when the American Heprion selected him as Its national commander last September it had selected a man who combined courage, ??? y, Billin you get that job done, her \rel We've installed over 19' he past 17 months. Are the t about. While you install phones, applications fornearl ton why it takes so long to NSTRUMENT is only if the equipment that telephone system and be connected until the of the job is done. That is the biggest job and it nost time. It means new lew cables, new switchid other central office y 1, 1920 there were uncations for 41,150 new on file. And while Bill : of other installers were ?W YORK TELE NEW YORK HERALD, executive ability and a genius for or- V ganisallnn. At tha outbreak of the war A he commanded the First Infantry, Ohio * National Guard, stationed at Camp Sherman, ChilUeothe. Later when the First Ohio became the 147th Infantry. Mr. Galbralth was retained In command and took his outfit to France In June, 1918. His regiment participated In the Me use-Argon ne campaign. Subsequently ^ he waa decorated with the Croix de Guerre and the Distinguished Service Cross. In civilian life Mr. Galbralth was president of the Western Paper Goods Company of Cincinnati. He was born at Watertown, Mass., May 6, VSll His family moved to California while he I was still a boy. He was a track walker on the Southern Paclflo at 16 and a foreman in a manufacturing plant baok In p Massachusetts at M. Later he sought to ^ prepare himself for Annapolis by at' fanHIno' t>it* MafisnchiiHf't?s NailtlCfll Training School. Eventually ho received a third mate's warrant, but never reached Annapolis. He worked zealously In his capacity | as head of the American Legion for the advancement of the interests of war ^ veterans. He is survived by his wife and two children. ^ ?? ni Mr. Oalbralth administered the bulk ^ of the legion's affairs from Indlanapoils, but had established a branch office here, 23 West Forty-third street. He tl< was largely Instrumental In organizing ai the recent all American meeting In m Madison Square Garden and later the m memorial festival ceremony in the Twenty-second Regiment Armory. 1,1 A delegation of New York leglonaires ni 1 will leave for Cincinnati at once. The delegation will be headed by George A. _ Wlngate, Surrogate of Kings county, and William F. Deegan, first vlce-com- df mander of the State Legion. Hi CRAIG HOLDS UP PAY ^ FOR STOLEN MOTOR CAR 19 19 Department Investigator Dis- t< covers Loss. ^ A Department of fduoatlon vouchor for $868.49 in payment for an automo- 19 bile was held up yesterday by Comp- K1 troller Charles L. Craig because the car had been stolen before the demand for | nnvmont wnn mnrln nnnn him. It waa : st: stated at the Comptroller's office that ^ the tact that the automobile had been tl( stolen was not mentioned to his depart-- wi ment, but Its loss was discovered when a Department of Finance investigator C< went to a garage to lnspeot what the m city was paying for. vl The car. It was said, was bought from 20 the Plcard Motor Sales Corporation of th 1659 Broadway by Patrick Jones, superintendent of supplies of the Board of nu Education, and charged to "cost of In- wl struotlon other than salaries." lis BBBMasawasawaaHSMBBMSMwaasi <m JggllV, ^ e arc a /of more." 4,000 telephones in New Yo y coming in as fast as ever?" ers are connecting a thousai y 900 more come in. That is o cut down the waiting list." working to cut down thi received applications foi more telephones. T7.w?r? with thA 1Q4 OHO t< connected since January 1 remain today unfilled ap for 58,200 telephones. It is a real job to catch up y York City's demands fc and make the telephom again able to give you Telephone Service When and Where You W PHONE COMPANY FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 10 SLACKER TRACED OUT OF 36 NAMED t Least Seven on List Are Declared to Have Served in War. WO DEAD ARE REVEALED hnrgcs of Desertion Against Two Others Are Officially Dropped. Invest Igation of the thirty-six names ported by Draft Board No. 130 on the overnment's latent slacker list last glit revealed that at least seven of ie alleged slackers were declared to ive served; two died from consumpon, one said to have been exempted id one an alien resident. Of the realnder, elevon were found to have nved away from the addresses given, irtoen unknown and one listed at a miber which does not exist. In an announcement last night the War spartment officially dropped charges of isertion against two men previously itsd as avaders. Albert Rosenberg, red-ted by Board 12. was found to have illsted In the army on February 14, 18, and discharged on January 20, 19. John De Witt, reported by the >nipklns county board, was also shown have served In the army from May 8, 1S, until February 14, 1319. Louis Rlbllch, 391 Central Park West, fered his services to Serbia in May, 17, was accepted and promoted to the u h? rt f li?ntomint fnr irrilluriirv n a. rding to an intimate friend, who said at he returned to this country in 1919 Christian Trieber, 71 West 100th reet. produced un honorable discharge st night to prove that he enlisted In e Twelfth Infantry, New York Nainal Guard, on March 11, 1918, and is mustered out September 15, 1918. Matthew Stewart, formerly of 829 dumbus avenue, Manhattan, another an published, enlisted In the Air Seree, United States Army, about Augum. , 1917, according to John Jennings at at address. Robert J. Porter. 813 Amsterdam avele, was said to have served overseas th the Twenty-aeventh Division, ending about June, 1917, and discharged rk I nd I ne | is list we 1 170,000 I slephones $ 920 there plications arith New >r service 0 system | Tant It | Io I 1921. ? ? 1 In 1819, according to tenant* at that si address. John Wallace, 14 West 100th A 1 street, was eald by tenants to have en- V listed In the United States Navy In el 1917 apd returned there to live for a tt short time In 1918. His was another ol name listed as a slacker. w John Spellman, 920 Columbus avenue. 4, v,ae drafted, but was too 111 with consumption to leave his bed, according' to Mrs. Mary Mood, with whom he boarded. e( Mrs. Mood declared that she sent re- 01 peated notices of. his Illness and death cc to the draft board. w James Ward, 62 West Ninety-eighth pi ' ?-I BWL -? ! ' ' Now W New Sui i Kuppenh wherevei better, la finer an other rei anywher Suits we $50, arc than the heimer $ KUPPENHEI! for Country, I Tan Herringb White F %\il Broadway at 49th Street 279 Broadway at Chambet V-r ? II Engines ki ^ ? f< n e ? r< / ti ti o i \ tl e all y?dml I* 5zt u T. Piatributad to rirnlorn froi 4Mh St & North 1 <;reenpolnt At?. ft Ne? Weotbury, 1* I. tUyonne, N. J. treat, died Id Memorial Hospital on jirll 7, 1919, according to his slater. Irs. James lloh&n. of 32 West Ninetyghth street. Mra. Bohan said at the me of the draft her brother was dying f Injuries received In the Brltlab Army, ith which he served eight years. She aclared that she had repeatedly notified ic board to this effect. Ernest Vickcrs. 173 West Ninetyghth street, whs exempted on account ' a wife und two small children, ac- < >ndlng to Mrs. Mary Fogarty, Janltress, I ho declared that she had seen his ipers. i % e Place c Kuppenhe its for Mc ?$50 leimer Clothes are I r clothing is sold. T st longer, look bett d ARE better tha sidy-to-wear clothir e. The Kuppenh offer you here, N< 5 supremely better 3 usually good K 50 suit. HER GOLF AND KNICKE Steamer and Outing wear, in tones?Extra Special at $35. lannel Trousers?Special ?/ v '3 ept running >r 50,000 mi [ X /"HEN the time comes to s< V V car? perhaps when you th ew coat of paint will make it ngine worth anything, or has il hreze like an old steamboat? sal question. With proper lubrication any car or at least 50,000 miles. 90% of roubles are due to inferior oil. srrific heat of the engine?200? to rdinary oil forms great quantitie rdiment. Bearings pound, cylim Sediment in reduced 86% woe: 'eedol, the lubricant that reaista 1 lie two bottlea below.) With Vet ngine, most troubles are prerentc Hare your engine flushed out reedol. Keep your car running I ife of 50,000 miles or more. Lead are Veedol in stock. Veedol hibricanla for every of the car eVeedol lubricant* for all parti of the KEDOL for the engine (light aero, medii ravy, ipcrial heavy,extra heavy); for the < rentiil and trin*miiaw>n,VKEtX>L TRAJ EAR OIL or GEAR COMPOUND* for 1 actor and track. WORM DRIVK Ol RAPHTTE GREASE* CUP CREASE. riDE WATER OIL Sales Corporation Broadway, New York City lephone Bowling Green 8000 Ask for Mr. Quinn O m the following stations: por River, N. Y. CHjr (iasoli rlown Creek, L. I. City Yonkora, N. Y. Dundee Lake, N. i. I AVIATOR IS DROWNED AND PASSENGER INJURED Lieut. W. B. Brown Victim of Accident at Beach. Washington, June 9.?Llesit. W. H Brown, Boise, Idaho, of tho Marino Ctorps. was drowned to-day when the Marine Corps plane r,e was flytn* crashed at Colonial Beach, Virginia, near hero on the Potomac River. Sergeant Rugby, a passenger in the machine, was injured. >n Sale rimer m famous Tiey fit er, feel _ in any 1 g sold C1U1CI 3W at even, uppenR SUITS Grey and at $7 44 EaU 14th Strut 47 Cortlandt Strtet 1 111 i oil yen turn ?fmw mime* life of your engine smoothly les ell the old ink that a do?is the t begun to Tbat'i the should last all engine Under the 1000? F.? ? of black dera wore. n you dm *e p heat. ^(See sdol in the kL t. Pot in for ha full ing dealers part ss- /l]r cV^Hi the i 7H Beat Results Use Tydol ne with Vecdol Motor Oils.