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PROPOSES GASOLINEl I INQUIRY BY SENATE MrKell.ir Offer* IN'solution to Investiyato Price Advance and Supply. / mBu0''Brc<-iai Di itai i. to Tub N?w Yobk hnuij) 4^ s<*? York HrrolU Kurrno. ) \\ .i-lncmlon. II I'.. Hn) > Preliminary steps were niton in tne Senate to-day to investigate the boost in gasoline during the last few days, coincident with an inquiry along the same line started by the Department of Justice. With that end In view Senator McKellar (Tenn.) introduced the following resolution : That the Committee on Manufactures or any sub-committee thereof he and is hereby instructed to investigate ami report to the Senate as early as possible: 1. The stock of crude oil un hand t the refineries in the t'nited States for the years 1920. 1921 and 1922. 2. The price of crude oil during the various months In said years. 3. The stock of gasoline on hand during th>- said years of 1920. 1921 r ' ' o to date in 1922. , very i?he relation of prices of gaso' during said years to the prices clel-t-ui ? oil. XY. ether or not the recent in- ! Tea ? i i the price of gasoline lias b-.en oy some companies or whether t'"?rc hat t>een any uniformity in the p. ices demanded by all the com | lether these prices have been it the tame time or at subjy the same time, lether there has t>een any un3ing or agreement between companies to raise the prices, aether there is any natural i for the increase of price of j ' id all such facts as bear upon ... ^resent increase of prices of gas- j vltt.e. in view of the decreased price \ of crude oil. Senator McKellar intended to call up , his resolution for debate during the day, but it was crowded out, and he intends to seek action on it Monday. CUT UNCLE SAM'S COUNTERS Fore* Itrdiierd Because lie tins ,| tlllloii I.ess to Count. Washington, May 13.?Uncle Satn has less money to count, so Comptroller of the Currency is reducing the Government's staff of counters, it was said totijiy at the Treasury. The reduction, however, is being inude gradaully. There are at present approximately $3,000,000,000 in Federal reserve notes In circulation, officials said, compared with about $3.000,0"0.000 in 1930. > III if, r - ii I ' it" I I -;rti 1 THE OL1 ON WHETHEl Grand 01 or the superb , abundant choic unit is of distil lished reputatii I Only where m< i high standards | ment, knowing at a fixed nric( guarantee or a , *- reputation for t ! Whether the large, the Knal of Pianos and 1 standards of qi for money inv Uprights fror $375 The Ampico in Uprights fro Ci Full Value Will litab - ? 1? ? 11 VERMONT BIDS NEW YORK VISIT FOR VACATION > J Rutland's Mayor Heads Delegation of Official Inciters. , The "Boost Vermont Bureau," an Institution designed to develop interest in Vermont, particularly as a land for the summer vacutionist, was opened last evening in the vYoodstock Hotel. Mayor Dunn of Rutland, accompanied , by sixty business men of the State, arrived at the Woodstock yesterday from Springfield, Vt.. in motor cars deco rated with bannere .'.mi slogans. A dinner was given to the Verinonters | last night in the \Vo< dstock by L. M. [ Boomer, hotel director. It. H. DetTah ' will he in charge of the Vermont head- ! quarters permanently at the Woodstock. , Specially 8 SCAR S RUSSIAN SABLE <P? 9 SILVER FOX . # NATURAL BLUE F( W DYED FOXES (Popuiat jj? BAUM MARTEN . K STONE MARTEN . L FUR ST 2% on V | 'Phone Fiti iy,... r/p . _ ' % . mxmoe DEST PIANO FIFTH AVE> your artistic inclinati Upright Pianoforte?s A _ T/ 1_ _ X1T f\mpico, ine ivnauc w :e in every type of instr nctive piano quality an< an. erchandising practice is may the careful buyeivse ; that his choice will be 5, and his interest safeg house'that has enjoyed a tighty'five years. amount to be expend' 3e Ware rooms offer the r?f TV i_ L ?1 nayer-i'ianos m eacu ci uality which insure lasti ested. n Player-Pianos from $575 the Knabe, Haines Brc m ^1050 Qrands mvenient Terms May Be Arranp Be Allowed For Your Present Pi; P v Fifth fruenue at' ' THE Mr. Deri-ah has personally visited each ji the 12."i hoielH and 300* farina houses tnd hoarding houses that cater to summer visitors in Vermont. PIER INJUNCTION DENIED. Hrlitblun Heal Katntr Muii Nou|*l?l Writ. The application of Six parti I.aspina. a real estate operator, for an injunction to restrain the B. B. Bathing Bark. Inc., : front building a pier in front of its property at Brighton Beach, was denied by Justice Norman S. Dike in the Brooklyn i Supreme t'ouut yesterday. I.aspina I claimed he plans to erect many two fam- : ily houses at a cost of $St)0,000 within a I short distance of the pier and says the ' structure would ruin his property for building purposes. Justice Dike reminded the petitioner the pier virtually is completed. :FS if 3 Skin) From $75.00 Q " 150.00 fl ox . " 150.00 g Shades) " 45.00 2 " 35.00 3 " 25.00 3 OR AGE Jf if \$\!i/> j 4 2;v: . /! N > * HOUSE JUE 1 1 ons aemana a i Player-Piano \ irerooms offer ument. Each i firmly estabbased on these ilect his instruthe best value uarded by the n international ed is small or : widest choice ass? all of the ing satisfaction Grands from $625 >s. and Franklin from $1975 :ed ano ?n Exchange ireroomB Ihirtqninth 0f I NEW YORK HERALD, SI The i 1 # Ov^ i I hi uniis B. Altm | * "Spe 1W< will be The se and hi range Suimir 8,COO ^ I inches checks 50,000 ham, ^ and bir I AH re Modish of hea nation iuU ge ' D a distil || an att I Made round with I maize, gfrtrtg# ? i ? TODAY, MAY 14, 1922. 4 iflillvatioini Armv Qiv< - ' - c/ Help the Ho 1. Alto jr Two TJioi ORIENT i (sizes varying fro joally choice qualihtie on sale, coirninnieinici ? JL A. TL? ^ <1 * -rt-ci rv<r\ iw><Chfy ?&/r\ sun inc iuiiiij]pii $ an & Co. minreservedly Oriental R cials" for Moodi omen's and Misses' Naturai Linen Riding1 Habits Jli It offered at time exiLraoruunutru low price of $16.75 lection comprises one humdrec ity riding habits in a complete of sizes. (Third Floor) 18,000 Yards of ner Dress Fabri consisting of f'ards of Imported Gingham, 3( wide, in a good assortment o at 42c. per yard Yards of Imported Tissue Ging(6 inches wide, in checks, stripe: oken plaids at 5SCo per yard present exceptional value* (First Floor) Women's. TunicOverblouf vy quality georgette in combi , with embroidered net over i jorgette underskirt (possess!nj nctly Parisian flavor) constitute ractive special offering, with three-quarter sleeves an* neck they are to be had in whit* blue embroidery, white witlfi and in all beige, at $29.50 (Third Floor) iiflaMsmt Aurnupfourtl) TELEPH t ? T I I ^ / es Courage to the D iine-service Appeal tan & ( jisamd Med iyr * / ^ a it tpv\ tt t /t* AIL K^U m 4x7!/2 to 3V2XBV2 feet) s and rich, soft colon !rag to=morrow (Mond lentedly Dow pri< i38.00 guarantee the wearing Jugs sold by them 1y Ameoyinice TT TT F wonmei Silk Qioghair A selection of entirely the season's smartest! ? cepted modes, each d touches off contrasts collars, cuffffs and ves stock at very modem! 1 j (Third Fl< Women's arai Sweaters ar ICS are s^OWff11 'm ex*eini6^ These popular adjunc mer wardrobe are to b variety off styles and cc It ino- olain. strioed. he effects. They are devel fibre and wool mixti silk with Bulgarian ei s The pri< Sweaters . . 3 Scarfs (Third Ft Embroidered W< 5?S meet the popular Ukrainian and Russia effects, a large and ext u Bng selection of Kaslfya CBoth and Flannel fis I * The color combinatio ing; some quaint, otl be called*bizarre. (First Fl< i New Vogue are on sale on the ONE 7000 MURRAY HILL .,r am - " . s ' -= ilk , Kit: ?" IV V ' iscoyraged la. n?sized s % 'ings, will be lay) ;e of ? ^ qualities of all imeots it's n Dresses r new models no t aod most ac ji n .u&iumigwu&Meui \uy rag material in tees, is now in :e prices. > oor) d Misses' ad Scarfs re assortments. :ts to the Siame had in a great alorings, includryred and plaid oped in mohair, Lire, as well as mbroidery. :es: >4.50 to 75.00 4.75 to 15.50 or) >ol Fabrics demaod for the 310 embroidered reroely ioterest i C?oth, Doeskin being displayed, ns are fascinatmers that might I >or) >> j Patterns iPo? ?# $ Ik ir^D/^rkip ! u mj' <mi 11 tw ii n n u u"vr a Ijnrk irly-fifllj &tmt i? ?mm '