The Evening World from New York, New York on April 21, 1920 · Page 10
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The Evening World from New York, New York · Page 10

New York, New York
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Wednesday, April 21, 1920
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TnT, ILSTfl OUW SOCIALIST PARTY PASS ASSEMBLY Sweet's Whip Drives Them U throiurh. 83 to S6. Despite f-l! Sfrnncr Onnncjiinn. 1 . iCArn? ccmatc Pir.UT nub uiiin i l iwi isny salary ana patronage Grabs Passed Talk of Extra Session. 1 Hun Oomcpwdeat Emuif wort a. l 21, The Fcaron was Senator lAtsk's "teachers'' lova. ty" measure, which would make school teachers obtain certificate statin they will support the State and Federal Constitutions and are loyal jto tha, Bute and country. Only three mem. born voted against It Sparring (or political advantage un. der the spur ot Qov. Smith, who cautioned Democratic legislators to sweep aside considerations of friendship In the session's end, the minority members of both Senate and Assembly beiran a warfare on their Kopubllcan associates to-day, .The Democratic programme, outlined by the Governor In a aeries of messages to the Leg-Mature, will be pressed to a finish fight, and every parliamentary expedient will be taken to put me ucpupiicans ou record on Issues the Governor re-cards as of vital Interest to the people Father Cullrn'n Kulate 3S,1I.1. The Itev. Fathir .tohn Joseph dul- len, for many years pastor of the Church of the Guardian Ansel at No. 297 Ocean Tarkway, Drooklyn, who ion Ini w 1 n a r r rt 1 T? MMrtii ft nnniMTTIVI uiri In tho Vgw Tor'll L Bg OS 1 Kr. bt t fiee. They passed 1 fr Jtrday, but not wltr .that was a aurprls liT.PANV AnrM ... ....... Hilt, drawn with the purpose of driving ont of existence the Socialist will come up In the 8cnato to- but their fate hangs In tho bal- tho Ausembly yes- wlthout a bitter flffht lee because' of the Ibaractec of Lha men who onooscd 5 W .- ' J' To til inmia nf vt.rvhhAV. ftlftVfm ; Members of the Judiciary Committee, incinaing Chairman Martin, oppose a jpo bills,. This is the committee thloh reported favorably upon the ouster of the five Socialists. , stXheodore Roosevelt was among t A fbosa who spoke and voted against 6 proposed measures, which would prevent any Socialist securing a '.I... - .... ....... ; ', Majority Leader Adler mado a ve- i hbraent attack on thnm. mvlnr thev Ikrried the prlnclplo of Government! paeic sen years and declared "any , . Ko "Advocating such bills might as advocate a monarchy." ft Sol Ullman nep.. New York) fjarned that next year the Socialists might nave ten or fifteen Assembly-feden and one or two Senators it "wi JbbnUnuo this faroe." S Assemblyman Fcaron, recalling that Urlna the war Socialist leaders had H wen punished for violations of the u Bspionago Act, said: "I believe that It an Individual Is forced to suffer (Mr an unlawful act the party of which he la a member should not es-Eaoe Bunlshment. jS'The least tho Government can flo N to Insure the security ot Its dtl- Una byseetng'to It that-the enemies ii the Government have no ohanco U harm It by getting on tho official llllot" lAMmblyman Martin McCuo, Demo I fat of New York, one of ttie strong- antt Socialists In the Asacmbly, i another surprise bt the night. In (vigorous opposition of the bills. i The contention of eeverol oppon- hts-of the measures was that under 1 .nwluutv aivtiammI In it. PIplitMnth .Amendment orjtne constitution might be declared guilty ot "conspiring to Civerthrow the Government" and foereforo deprived of his eloctrv "'franchise. fjAasemblyinan Louis A. Cuvltllcr, .vrmnvieru ni juannaiian. ana Exiwara w.w.v, - . -".V..VV, awere tho twb members of the Judlcl- Committee who supported tho Bleasures. 1 a. yjlf Practically all tho Democrats voted L&Ealnst the bill, which was passed by fafvote of SI to 56 aoven more than deeded. PpAnother bill paeaed by the Assembly dl ml May i, 1918 led to-day I en natatn ut 156,313, according to the appraisal in tno ourmKuifl' i nun in nua Ilrnnklvn. iMont of ihf was left to charity; tho rem few relatives in Ireland property ainder to BILL FOR ARMORY- BOXING IS URGED GLENNON APPOINTED .TO SUPREME COURT No Effort Made Toward Vote on Walker Measure, Action Now Centres on Gilletl Bill. At. It A NT, April 21. Hlnco It looks n ttKMKh the Walker Tloxing Hill Is dead, no effort having lon made to get It on the floor erf the Aiwembly, pressure Is being brought to b'tar on Bpoaker Hiafet nnd other members of the As-scfnbly Hules Committee to pass' tho (Illicit Iloxlng lllll. - The members of the Ilules Conimltteo havo been overwhelmed by a flood of Lteltgram frpnl prominent members of lire NalloiiHl tuiard urging me passage of this bill, Major General John V. O'Byan, a mrnnber Of the Internatlonol Bportlng Club, and Urlgadler General George 11. Dyer amortf tliem. Tlio ailtntt lllll. If piwtel, will allow boxing to lie held In annorleti If super-vlled ty a commission with -the Major Ociwral nt Its hrud. The bill Is being opponml hocausQ armories could bo rented to civilian and outside agenolea for the purpose of staging bouts. Jlrl Wear Overalls In UIbm Itoom. Naugatuck, Conn., April II. About fifty students of the High Hcliool Here among mem several girim. af)perca ut classes, to-day rlad In overalls. Former Assistant District Attorney of Bronx County Will Succeed Justice Pendleton. (8pectal From a Staff Correspondent of The Evening World.) ALHANY, April 21. ov. HnilUi sent to the Senate today for confirmation the nomination of Edward J. Olonnon or No. 3171 Balnbrldge Avenue, tin Bronx, as a Justice of the Supreme Court for the First Judicial (District, to fill the vacancy caused by the resigns tion of Francis K. Pendleton. Mr. Qtennon graduated from "ord ham University In 1905. He took a law course In the New YOrK W acimoi and was admitted to the bar In 1J0J. He was Assistant pistrlrt Attorney of SWSISBBSN v11 1 """ the County offtronx from 1911 to 1911 nd at present is Deputy PUNIC ckp Ice Commissioner. , The Tea of Teas THAT IS ALWAYS THE BEST "SALADA" ORANGE PEKOE Deliriously Different to the Ordinary BLACK-MIXBD or ' PK&SBRVED AND SOLD ONLY NATURAL GREEN EXi2U ONNORIZED MUSIC ROLLS KVfssM IN SEALED PACICKTS -because it fits Munsinnwcar loses none of. Its good qualities In the laundry. Because of the dependable quality of workmanship, fit, finish and fabric, millions of people Insist on Mun-singwear for summer comfort. Sheer, loose-fitting athletic suits for men cool, form-fitting Knitted garments in every required style and size for men, women ana children. the satisfaction lasts lANTZEN'S Children's Shoes "BE KIND TO THE TINY FOOT." Most foot troubles start in childhood. Care in ilttlne little feet has been our constant study. They need correct footwear to insure proper foot development. Our "King Models" are the correct shoes for every shaped foot, from baby's first step to styles for growing boys and girls all bearing that Jontxen stamp of custom exactness. "A good foot-rule for you wear the JANTZEN SHOE" Mk Jor Our Boh-"Tht Aluu ojiht Bit Tot.' NO BRANCH HTOI1KH Oar call address 660 Sixth Ave., Above 38th St. SBBBBBBBBBsRjftr aJtSBBsHsft ststlCisIlll9''atf .SBLsk '3VpV'Sj fciSsssssssssssssssisssssssssss5 I Wrapped air-tight in wax I I paper Kept clean and fresh. I B H TOMORROW, THURSDAY First Clearance of the Season Women's and Misses' HIGH-COST TAILORED SUITS Formerly 59. 75 to 89.50 Reduced to 38.00 148.00 Assembled from our specialized stocks and comprising many exclusive models, depicting the favored modes of the season. Fashioned of fine textured materials and tailored with the exactitude and delicacy that mark all Orkin apparel. . 1 Included are Etona, belted and strictly tailored models, with accordion or straightline skirts; some braid bound, silk stitched or richly embroidered. . . . made of fine quality Tricotine, Poiret Twill and Twill Serge. All sizes represented. Every one of these suits at its reduced price is an unparalleled and not-to-be-duplicated value. No Exchanges No C. O. Ds. No Approvals The MASTER ROLL THE' pattern from which music rolls are cut is called the master roll. . Obviously, the rolls cut from it can be nothing but exact reproductions of it with what', ever faults and whatever virtues it has. That is why we lay so much emphasis upon the artistry of the arrangers and -the editors who are responsible for the cutting of Connorizd master rolls. All the technical skill and artistic feeling that you .bring out in playing a Connorized Roll has been put into it in the making of the master rolL CONNORIZED MUSIC CO. New York sisaaflsllliiflsilsflslllllliiiiiiiS 1 HAMILTON'S"- Sale ol Tailored . Suits Reduced 33 More than 25 different styles at' 1 that were regu-t'i-- ac r.rt ece MU ipF WiU p. i values. All ma terials and all Sale oi Tafleta Dresses Reduced 33 25 distinctively diiterent styles at 50 that were regular $35 and $40 vnhiM. Tnrlnrl. TV. .. ing au mc new models. Graceful arid' stylish All-Wool Velour Cape, with flowine silk stitched overwrap for Spring and Summer wear $25 Daintily embroidered fine Silk Taffeta Dress, giving the much favored ettoto Kh bouffant effect. . . New Capes and Coat Wraps At Greatly Reduced Prices A large variety ot these garments in every conceivable material and color. Attractive Summer Dresses At Very Special Prices All the popular fabrics made into Dresses combining style and comfort. The Remarkable Sale of Beaded Bags ' At Greatly Reduced Prices To Be Continued This announces what we consider to he 'the most important sale of Beaded Bags ever executed. It constitutes the entire stock and samples of one of the largest Importers df high-grade Beaded Bags in this country, purchased at remarkable concessions . from the regular prices, and Priced at Merely a Fraction Above What We Paid for Them, Which Is Actually Lower Than the Regular Wholesale Price. There arc framed and druw-string styles in the most desirable patterns and color combinations. 20 IlnRs regulnrl 21.78, 14.75 20 Hags regularly 39.7S to 41.78, 24.75 80 Uags regularly 19.75 to 51.75, 34.75 20 Hogs regularly 59.75 to 09.75, 39.75 5 Dags regularly 7t.80 to 79.80, 49.75 Our entire stock of Beaded Bags also reduced proportionately No 0, O. D.'t No .Approval No Kctuma. (Main Floor.) . James McCreery & Co. 5th; Avenue 34th Street V CLOTHES OF CUSTOM QUALITY CAKS-handwork W ' is' the t last tword ' kut when a f ik man remuic him-H V J ( se that'he-needs a new suit, it is ' 1 usually the : first. &afeg & Company HI BROADWAY At 34th STREET Doralis Pearls Exclusively IN the most distinguished social circles Doralis is now a synonym for Queen, of artificial pearls. Experts only can distinguish between the Oriental and Doralis Pearl. Diamond Set, $39.50 to $300 ' With Gold Clasp,$7.50 to $90 Broadway at 3 4th Street HAMILTON GARMENT CO. 307 FIFTH AVENUE NEAR 31ST ST.

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