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The evening world. (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, October 30, 1922, Image 4

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Iff i miES nnn 1 1 i ii nnnnrn i 11 ! TAMMANY'S IRE il I BY HIS PATRONAGE r; t 15 & I Favors to \Big Four,\ Not His \Go to Hell,\ Caused Break. SurruRate John P. Colmlsn's failure to pet Tammany's Indorsement for vras not because he told Leader Charles F. Murphy to \go to hell\ In a dlsfiuti' nvr n hill for tlw appointment of transfer tax The real renaon acc-- nr to Tammany report waa his favor- itism In distributing patronage. In the at th'i-t- - nt j t ropat' r'nholan hi iiio'n'e'l In round rs 1 I cnnr. dlan n irferrfs O . . 173 or one In every air h.i'i it r ' h an gl of foui men Thes 'nut men are- - LPS t. IK J. TOMPKINS, professor of law In New York University and moving spirit of the committee of lawyers that Is sccklnR the of Surrogate Cohalan on n ttckft DANIEL J MOONUY. long time associate of th Surrogate's brother. nnls O'Lonry Cohalan, with whom be shares desk room In the offices of Sills Jewelry Leather Goods Underwear Stanchfleld & lvy. No. 120 Broad- way. JOSHPH M'CLOSKKY. partner of the Slirrocate'a brother. Timothy K. (.'ohulnn. in tlm firm of Cohalan ft McCloskey, nprnts for the National Surety Company at No fll Chambers Street This firm's share of all the IximllnR done In the Hurrngfltc'n Court In New York County has been esti- mated at 90 per cent. WILLIAM J. nUHKK. a cousin of the Surrogate and of his brother, Supremo Court Justice Daniel F. Co- halan. A fifth though less conspicuous. memler of the \Cohalan coterie\ Is nODKIUCK J. KENNEDY, contldcn-tl- al attendant of Justice Cohalan. In th stories that are current amonc Tammany men. and which are given full credence by them, emphasis p helnR laid on the fact that theso five men have been favored In this especial way almost from the begin- ning of Surrogate Cohalan's terra, fourteen years ago. None of this group hair ever been conspicuous in the activities of Tarn many Hull They have, on the con- trary een known us friends and of the Cohilan family Rioup dm .thr Hspt'Ct \f the tuatlon that is i hr .'mphasl oil n Tn uiny gs-.- p if, that I'-- ot T\ nt n th' most uctiM nr th- group nulilie em-p.- i RiiuiK foi th SuiniRJte. has in his HiMiehus the \Impjr-tlallty- \ with wlncli Mr. Cohulun has made his appointments. The fits receivid by memlers of thi cnterlo for their work as special Riiiudlans have ranged In amouni from $50 to $5,000. with a liirpj nuin bci of fees of $500, $750 and $1.00\ each In 1920 Daniel J. Mooney received $7,450 from the estates of John M THE EVENING WORLD, SCHEDULE OF SPEECHES IN THIS CITY THIS WEEK FOR MILLER AND SMITH runitlitntrs of tlolli Turtle Wind I p Tlielr Crnnnnltrna In This Clt. The speaking schedules of Gov. Miller and former Gov. Smith lu this city for the closing week of the enmpn'srn follow: T Miller, Public School No. 115, 8t. Nicholas Ave- nue and 177th Street, Smith, Newtown High School. Klmhurst, Queens. TUESDAY Miller, Morris High School, tho Bronx. Smith. Tammany Hall. WEDNESDAY Miller, Cooper Union: later Clermont Wnk, Brooklyn. Secretary of State Huh s will also speak at Cooper Union. Smith, Academy of Music, Brooklvn. THURSDAY Miller. Hemp-Mea- d. L. I. Smith Port Richmond. S. I. FRIDAY Mlllor, Durland's lldln'T Acadumy. No. 5 West '6th Strett. Smith J 'orris High School, the ti SATURDAY - Mlllor. Staplo-o- n 8 I Smith. Lexington Opera House. nnwers. Mary Warden Harkness Amelia Iivanhurg. Leopold Salzer and Andrew Llttlo. In 1921 he got $17,000 $2,000 more than the Surro- gate's salary from the estates of Charles W Harkness. Samuel D Bab-coc- k. Mary 3. Plnkney, Frederick Sturgos and Thomas Dlraond. J : w\ .. . KEEPERS OF JERSEY PRISON ARE ACCUSED BY PRESIDENT EARLE Chnrned With Abaener Dnrtnac Jlloi, Ham Drlnklntr \nil Tteopcntiiu Dnngroni Gdce Closeit. TRENTON, Oct- - 30. Serious charges against James E. Kersey. Chief Deputy Keper of the State Prison and Centre Keeper Joseph McCbcsney have been made by E. p Earle, President of the State Board of Control of Institutions. Mr. Earle charges principally that the two keepers absented themselves from the prison during a riot over rations of peaches Aug. S3, and went In a State automobile to the home of Keeper Thomas L. O'Brien, where they are alleged to have had several drinks of whiskey. Then Mr. Earle says. Kersey, McChesney and Keepei Thomas Mahaney drove to Paterson for tho BOle purpose of obtaining liquor. President Earle declares the prison dungeons, closed by Gov. Edge in 1917. \were and used dut-In- g the recent riots.\ \Kersey's official position permits htm to stifle evidence and testimony that wou'd otherwise be freely forth- coming,\ Mr. Earle concludes. nnooKi.vi post ron mj. Major II. Hdmund Bultls, one of the aides of Gov. Leonard Wood at Manila, has been mad Membership Secretary of tho Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. For the last two years ho has been Secretary of tho Manila Rotary Club and manager ana editor of the Amer ican Chmber of Commerce Journal of the Philippine Islands. He Is thirty- - four years old, unmarried, and a grad uate of Cornell. '09. No Cermoctfon With Any Othsr Csfblbhmnf (n f h World 2 I THIRTY FOURTH STREET To the Woman or who appreciates really Unusual Values, we present these Chiffon Velvet Frocks of Charming Individuality Long basques, irregular hemlines, sleeves long or almost omitted Uery Specially 'Priced at 1.00 i ffj MONDAY, OCTOBER Miss Coati Millinery Furs Hotlery $250 000 ON ELECTION, EVEN MONEY IN SYRACUSE llarnrll A Co. VrfHt- -i ThM as Much Mnre Wll n. PiBpe1. Approximately $250,000 In wagers Is reported to have already been placed on tho outcome of the Gubernatorial campaign In ths State, according to an estimate by W. L. Darnell & Co.. 30, 1022. f . and th, firm predicts that probably an- other quarter of a million will be placed this week. Most of the largt wagers reported last week were placed at odds of 11 to 10 In favor ef MllUr. whlls the smaller bets were generally placed at odds of 6 to 6 also In favor of Miller. In Syracuse, the home town of Gov, Miller, th firm reports all bet sre being placed at even money. Th odd I In favor of Miller In this city are ux- - plained by the smaller registration. in of a of or of of of at 34th Ntv 4 In 1 of City For David E. of Work of Glen Cove, L. I., was Court I on ry VSSV 0PPENHEIM.6LLINS&g 34th Street New York Very Special Values Tuesday Aew Coats, Wraps and Capes ,'ABRICS UNMATCHED BEAUTY TEXTURE ARE SUPERBLY ENHANCED FURS OF DEPTH AND LUXURY Plaid Camel's Hair Coats dark and light shades. New sleeve, with inside cuff, deep pockets, heavy lining. 52.50 Coats rich fabrics given tone unusual luxuriousness by their deep collar;: of Beaver, Squirrel Opossum. 68.00 Coats Gerona and Arabella, intro- ducing new and fovored style effects, handsomely combined with Squirrel and Beaver. Unusually attractive. 98.00 Coats remarkable beauty. Fabrics soft and deep. Furs rich and full. Charming bits embroidery. Full sleeves, closely banded cuff. 1 35.00 Other Coats, Capes Wraps to 395.00 Oppenheim.luns & Stmt Very Special Tuesday 'Lily of France and Corsets Handsome Silk Brocade Corsets stveral styles. Waistline and Dla phragr models with and without inserts. Extremely desirable features free hip, stralghtnctsof Una, 10.00 to 12.60 Value 5.75 'GLEN COVE OFFICIAL HELD ON FRAUD CHARGE Accused Clinrsjlnit Personal Work. Bum. Commissioner Public arraigned before Supreme Justice Benedict to-4- Indictments charging 1 25.00 elastic Commissioner him with knowlnclr scDrorlni payroll .l.i I I ( . . ... i. . 1 1 . r, V S reluaaed In $7,500 ball. The charges allege that five weekly payrolls were approved by him, although he knew some were for work done for him. Counsel for Burns de- clared he had Investigated ant found the charges false. IN OF V BY York amounts hitvetvn banded utlh Squirrel 195.00 and Oppenheim.luns &6 34th Street New York A Sale Extraordinary Tuesday 1000 \Boys form9 9 Brassieres Model No. 500. Skinner Satin In Flesh, White and Black, edged with Filet Lace. Fashioned to give the youthful flattened line Regular 3.50 Value 1.95 1, to J-- J unu wiwatEKE wbai roc xbbu a vtocu) \(' jjo. wax. vum au. f I rawf-i7Ar- .l j3nHfe ;F?iM8SJDssst 9 m pssus

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