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Fancy New Print 3tt to 43c
Fancy New Tub. -36 "43c
Fancy New Sweet
Fresh Every Day
Nrw Laid Larpe Brown
(in carton? ).33c
I'rc-h Western (in cartona) 25c
N, V. State Whole Milk,
Mild .-lb. 25c
Snappy ...." 25c
Old Snarp ." 25c
Very Old ." 25c
Sape. . . . " 25c
Sandwich Cheesc." 25c
Swi*-. Chcese." 32c
Phenix Club, American. " 32c
Phcnix Club, Swisa." 40c
Kraft, American, loaf ..." 32c
Kraft, Swisa, loaf." 40c
Young America." 25c
Mucnster ." 32c
Pineapple, Large. . ..each $1.10
Camembert, Niagara Brand 38c
Camembert. MacLareni . . . 38c
Lion Brind Gruyerc (Box) 55c
Kdams, Hollr.nd.eacb $1.35
Roquofort, fineat French .b. 73c
F. W. Hearn & Bro.
67 Fulton St., N. Y.
Phones: 1354-1355 Beekman
lake B'way-7th Ave. Subway to
Fulton & William St. Station
A COLD morning,
a hungry boy,
a dish of hot Ralston,
a happy mother.
She know* her boy U
in RaUton the kind
he need? to make ttim
robust. j V \
Ralstoi* is whole whe%t
Being whole wheat, it is
full of vita mines.
Ralston ie the
AND SALE AT AUCT10N
Valuable Antiquc Tcxtllcs
ln luding sumptuoui XV. to XVII.
Century Velveta, Brocades, Ecclcsi
.-?lical Vcslmcnt-, Damanks, etc,
man- ?.f theae from (he coliection
?>f ihe lata
Also fine (peciment of XVH. Century
f-rniture, Urought Iron Work, and
othrr Art Qbjecl- of exceptional in?
Exhibition Opeas Tues., Mar. 7
SALE BY AUCTIQN
Ihnriday. Marcb 9tb, and Friday and
Saturday, Marcb 10th and lltb,
' TlSO ??. M.
1 1 Fa>t .>Kth Street
! ] ?? Miif will hn conducted bv
MR.AUGUSTUS W. CLARKE
, ATat) drotffrti-, Vh, 70c, $1.4*5
Blickman Fails to
As a Bribe Taker
Complainatil Will Be Cross
Examined To?da) 011 His
Affidavit Thal Uv Had
Accused Ihc Wrong Mati
Solomon Blickman, Long Island City
tnanufacturer, upon whose testimony
William P. Kenneally, former Alder
man and co-leader with Charles F. Mur?
phy in the 10th Assembly District, was
indicted on ohaigc-* of extortion in
i connection with building trades frauds.
; failed yeaterdaj to identify Kenneally
j as the man to whom he had paid $3,000
: to have a strike called off.
Blickman, with his counsel, wa?
present. at a hearing heforc Justice
(Vasservogel in the criminal branch of
* the Supreme Court when a motion was
made for an inspection of the minutes
* of the grand jury which indicted Kon
During the proceedings Kenneally
; sat in the front row. Blickman was
asked to look around and see if he
could point out the man to whom he
had paid the money. Blickman walked
slowly up and down the alsles of the
courtroom and reported that he could
! not lind him.
Justice Wasservogel took the motion
; for the inspection of the grand jury
minutes under consideration and will
read the minutes himself. To-day.
however, he will place Blickman on the
stand while Deputy Attorney General
. Timothy N". Pfeiffer cross-examines
him about an affidavit he made recently
| that Kenneally was not tho man to
jwhom ho paid the money.
Martin Conboy and George Z. Medalic
jargued for the inspection of the min?
utes. Mr. Conboy said he had read the
I Blickman affidavit and that the indict
ment of Konnoaliy was obviously a
mistake, apparontly an honest mistake,
and that there was no need for further
Mr. Pfeiffer deelared tho Blickman
affidavit to be the most oxtraordinary
he had ever read. He said, "If Bliok
man is in error we do not want to take
one step further against the defendant,
but I feol there was fiuffieient evidence
bel'oro tho grand jury to warrant the
^ Stanley M. Riehter, Deputy Attorney
General. who aided in the presentation
of the case against Kenneally, said:
"Blickman swore he paid the nioney to
the former Alderman, and that ia s'uffi
cient idontilication of this defendant.
Hc swore to this before the grand
jury. I suggeat that he be called be?
fore this court and queationed to-mor?
row afternoon at 2 o'clock."
As Mr. Kenneally passed Mr. Richter
out in the corridor the former turned
to the latter and said: "Why don'i vou
act on the level? You know you are in
"Wo let the law attend to that," was
Mr. Richter's reply.
1 Ku-Klux Supports Pastor
Threatened by Fake Klan
* Five Aufo Loads Visit Church
in (atilifornia Oil Fields
and Donate $1 >
TAFT, Calif., March * 6.?Five auto
I rr.obiles, carrying masked and hooded
I men in the regalia of tho Ku-Klu.v
j Klan, were driven to the Baptist Taber
j naels of the Rev. Van Dyke Todd, at,
I Fellows, last night. Three members of
j the hand entered the tabemacle and
j informed the Rev. Mr. Todd that they
j were "for him." They donated $15 to
j the cfiurch,
j The Rev. Mr. Todd has been the ob
jeet of two communioations recently,
! r.oth of which were signed "K. K. K."
I The first threatened him if he did not
discontinue sormons against. lawlo.-.;*
| ness in the oil fields. A second letter,
n few days later, commended his pulpit
stand against. the "open town" ele.ment
; and deelared that the "Triple K" had
; no connection with tho first warning.
Much evidence has been found to in
| dicate tho existence of two bands of
! night riders in the oil fields, one of
which, in the belief of Mayor Harrv
Morgan of Taft and other cit'v officials,
i is a charter chapter of t.he klan. Mem
1 hers of the "fake klan," it is said, have
j been seen clothed in black hoods.
I ? -?-'
| Friends Charge Polilics
In Transfer of Binns
! Drennan Insists C-hange Was
Made on Account of Health
of Deputy Fire Chief
Surprise was expressed yesterday by
i Flre Department, friends" of Deputy
| Chief John Binns at the action of Com
missioner Thomas .7. Drennan in reliev
ing him of his corr.niand of the so
I called First Division, the territory
, south of Canal Street, from river to
?: river, recognized as the most hazardous
: area in the city, of which the deputy
, chief has had charge for eighteen
years. Binns was assigned to study
and gather data on high explosives for
; what is called the "sappers and rniners
> corps" of the department, a rather in
active and unimp'ortant division of the
Binns has been in the department for
forty years. His friends deelared the
Commiisioner's action was a poiiticai
move 'o ahelve the old service man and
put in his place Battalion Chief James
N. Heffernan, of Brooklyn, who, they
declare, has had little or no service in
Manhattan, hut is a favorite of Mayor
Hylan and the Hylan administration
leaders in Brooklyn Three years ago
a new deputy chief list was announced
by the Civil Service Commission. Hef?
fernan has" been at the head of this list
which automatically would become
pas-Fe at the end of the fourth year.
Commissioner Drennan denied yes?
terday that there was any politics in
the transfer of the old deputy chief.
The commissioner deelared that Deputy
| Chief Binns had been in poor health
for a year, and it was a qucstion of
linding him another place, where he
could draw full pay, or retiring him
from the service altogethcr on half pay.
Spring Hits Harding'g Aid
Christian's New Golf Costume
Dazzles While House
From The Trihunc's Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, March 6.?George B.
Christian jr., secretary to the Presi?
dent, blossomed to-day in a complete
n*w set of golting togs, which were the
talk of the Chevy Chase link*. For
some time the secretary's friends will
talk about his dress instead of his
game?which will suit George just as
well. To attempt to describe the cos?
tume is difficult. From head to toe he
was adorned in a grayish lavender ef?
fect, containing the regulation number
of pleats, belts and patch pockets, and
topped off with a gentle fuzz. He wore
hose to match and his gray purplish
cap was of the same material.
To-day when George followed the
President into the White House limou
sine all e.ves were on the secretary.
N. Y. Pollceman Decorated
WASHINGTON, March fi.- Ten awards
of silver life saving modals of honor
were announced to-day by Secro- I
tary Mt'Ilon. Among the rocipients was |
Wubert .1. Callahan. Lieutenant of Po- j
lico, Now York City, for rescuing two!
women ftprn drowning off Asbury Park,
N, J- SeDteraber 3, 1921.
Slum Children Better Off Than
On Farm, Says Granger's Wife
"They Can Play, and Are Not Harnessed to Work an
We Are," Adds Mrs. Kadirk, Here for First Time,
After Telling Congress Ritraj Womcn's Woes
Into a drawing room whoae fracilo
schome was ?s subtly and intricutcly
dovcloped as a theme by Debuasy, a
country woman entered yesterday with
a few notes of rculity about the life
of the farmer and tho farmer'i wife,
Tho woman was Mr?. Nola P. Radick,
who has just come from Wauhington.
where she haa been trllinjr the Senato
Committee on Agriculture a few things
that never get into agricultural reports.
She is the lirst country woman tu ni.
to Waahington to let (he Federal Lcgis
j lators know at first hand the farmer's
j wifo's side of it. liere she i:; tlie cticst
of Mrs. Gordon Norrie at 903 l'.irk
J The woman in the agcless presscd
beaver hat and home-made charmeuse
; gown, with weather-roughed skin, broke
j for the momeni the chromatic scalc
of greens and mauvos and faint yel
lows of Uiat drawing room. But when
she spoke it was with an ease and clo
quence that proved her ;. natural
Mrs, Radick spoke last week before
thr Senate Committee and crcated a
profound impression upon her liearers
of tho purpose which anlmates not
only (he farmer bul the farmer's fam?
ily in his present insurgency. Noxl
week she is called to tcstify again be?
fore the committee ar.d when the Ladcl
Sir.clair bill foi- the stabllizatlon of
farm economips comes up in a few
weeks her testitnony will, it is believed,
form a fair measure of the farmer's
Mrs. Radick comes from Fulda, Mui
ray County, Minnesota, where her hus*-1
band holds and eultivates a quarter sec
tion (160 acres). She was h rural schoe*]
teacher before her marriago and sinco j
that time she has been u familiar fitnir.' !
in northwestern grangc meetings and
farmer councils. When, in the present,
farm bloc skirmishings, (he Farmer's
National Council, the legislative organ ;
of the National Association of Agricul?
ture, decided to send someone who
should tell the legislators how (ho daily ;
life and spirit of tho farmer is sapped |
Weinberg of Many
ln $5,01)0 Bail
Youth Who Posed as Doctor,
Navy and Army OiTirers
Must Answer to Charges
of Fraud in Washinglon
Stephen Weinberg, alias Stephen '
Weyman, was released in $,"1,000 bail |
yesterday by United States Commis-I
sioner Hcnnessey, in Brooklyn, charged I
with having; worn jllegally the uniform
of a lieutenant commander of thei
l'nited States Navy when he convoyed
Princess Fatima of Kabul into the
presence of President Harding last;
Septomber in Washington.
He is the young man who attached :
himself to Dr. Adolph Lorenz when the
Viennese physician began his clinica.
here. On that occasion he repregented
himself as Dr. Clifford Stanley Wey?
man and as having been sent by tliei
Board of Health to assist Dr. Lorenz.
Prior to that hc had intruded himself
into the affairs of othr-r important. per
sons either by misrepresenting himself
or without their knowledge and con
When Princess Fatima went to
Washington W'einberg presented him?
self as Lieutenant Commander Kthan
Alan Weinberg and as having been
sent to introcluce her to the President,
Hc wore. it is alleged, thc uniform of
the rank he had assumed. He tlien ri n
up a hotel bill and left it. for the
princess to pay.
He pot his name in the newspapers
again when he was exposed in the
Lorenz matter, but. nothing serious
happened un(il last Saturday, when tho
prand jury in Washinc-ton indicted
j him. Peter Lamb, an agent of the De?
partment of Justice, found him in the
apartment of his mother-in-law at 621
i Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, about
I 2:30 Sunday morning, trying to conceal
| himself behind ihe piano.
He was held in $2,500 bail by Cnited
j States Commissioner .lohn Hennessey,
j and yesterday when he was arraigned
on removal proceedings under the
?Washington warrant bail was raised to
Weinberg is a sliort, slender man.
1 with a blond, toothbrush mustache, and
t looks even younger than he is.
Weinberg at different times also
1 poseel as Lieutenant Royale St. Cyr
i and Captain Rodney Sterling, and when
Harold F. McCormick was in matrimo
I iiial difficulties he took it upon him
', self to act. as self-atyled liason ofticer
| between Mr. McCormick and the press.
! Mellon May \ eto Dry
4Navy' for Coast Raids
Plans of Enforcement Ofticers
Made Without Treasury
WASHINGTON, March 6.?Arrange
ments for establishment of a prohibi?
tion "navy" of nine subrnarine chasers
to hunt down liquor runners off the At?
lantic Coast were made without the
approval of Secretary Mellon, and
may be canceled by him, it was inti
mated to-day at the Treasury, because
the dry law enforcers lacked authority
to use thc sub-chasers.
Rum-Running Trial Opens
BOSTON, March 6.- Nine of the men
who manned the. British schooner
Crace and Ruby and the motor boat
Wilkin II before those vessels were
seized last month as rura runners went
on trial in Federal Court to-day on
charges of conspiring to import liquor.
The motor boat was seized at Salem on
February 21, when she grounded, and
the schooner was captured outside this
port a day later bv the Coast Guard
cutter Tampa, which had. to fire a solid
shot to stop her.
Judge Fpholds Hip Flask
CLEVELAND, March fi. -Police Judge
Sawicki to-day refusc-d to fine any of
the score of men found carrying pints
or half pints of whisky in their hip
?'Many respectablc people earry a
little. around with them," Judge Sawicki
said. "It's not against the law, and 1
cannot see where an ofticer gets the
right to search them. Where a person
is known to have a gallon or more it
may be proper to arrest him. But
when it's so small it can be carried in
the back pocket?-that's different,"
Plattsburg Barracks Burn
PLATTSBURG, N. Y., March 7. -
Seven buildings at the Plattsburg Bar?
racks were destroyeel by tire early
this morning. An hour after the flame's.
were discovefed the Fire Department,
assisted by approximately 1,000 sol
diers, still were combatting the flames
which at that ti'nre threntened the hos?
pital. One soldier had been bvercome
by smoke and another was reported to
be missinsr. 1
by the spcculations ?ud fluctuation^ ln
farm products, it had tho Insplratlon to
si nd M i s. Radick.
Her tulk yesterday was d Bummary
oi her teatimony before the Senate
committee, she told of the Impoasi
[ blllty of holding together any vigoroiu I
rural life against. the steady dhscouf- j
ngemcnts which beset the farmer, She i
j said the fall ln prices and Ihe obstaeles-J
1 between farmer and coneumer left the!
farmer in lhe predieamcnt of linding |
his crops a less instead of h gain. She
said ;i survey in tho corn bell had dis-j
closed thal lhe rombined wages ST a
fnrmer and his wholc family was often
les.i than live cents an hour, She de
clared that the increase of tenaht
farmers and farmers listed for tax de- |
Hnquency should alarm the country. A j
current saying in her part of tho coun?
try is that the farmer sows by hope,
marketa by faith and livea by accident,
;uid it is this eloment of accident in
lh*. rarmer's life that tho farm inter
j eats wish to see climinated. The Ladd
Sinclair bill or any bill that promlses
that stablllzatioii has their support.
She told the legislatora that 6,000,000
farmers and their wives at tho next
election would vote Tor their own candi
dates, and so, if is contended, shrewdly
put. forward the most eloquent argu?
ment thal an election year affords.
This ig Mra. Radick'a lirst visit to
a great city. She was given her lirst
glimpsc of a city slums yesterday and
was taken ou a tour of inspection of
New York's "Ghetto" and "Little Italy."
When she was asked what she thought
of it she said dryly: "I have seen chil?
dren look as miserable and poor on
farms lhe only dlfference 1 could neo
between the chlldren of city slums and
of farm slums is that these city chil?
dren do get n ,hance to play. A farm
child is harnessed lo work as soon as
ho is old enough to walk."
Those who were present to hear Mrs.
Radick talk yesterday afternoon in?
cluded Mrs. Herbert D. Pratt. Mrs. Ed
ward II. Dreier, Mrs. Raymond Robins,
Mrs. lt. G. Simkhovitch and her hostess,
Last night. Mrs. Radick addressed a
labor meeting at Beethoven Hall, at
215 Fifth Street.
In Bellevue Held
On Forgery Charge'
Annabelle Jonas, Hysterical
on Arrest, Said to Have
ConfessedTheft of $5,500
Bonds From Oil (.ompany
The mysterious veiled woman taken
to Bellevue Hospital Sunday night by
Secret Service agents and removed by
them yesterday morning is Annabello
E, J'**as. She is wanted in Washing?
ton, C, on a chargo of passing a
regi -ed $1,000 Liberty bond with a
a foigoil signature.
She admits, according to Assistant
Cnited States Attorney James .lohnson,
having taken $6,500 worth of regis
tered bonds from a safe in the office
of the Visayan Oil Company. 50 Broad
Street, where she was employed for
two months as a stenographer, The
bonds were registered in the name of
Dean C. Worcesler, an official of tho
company, and had been assigned by
him to Nona L. Worcester, his wife.
Miss Jonas, according to Captain
John Tucker, in chargo of the New
Vork office of tho Secret Service,
forgod Mrs. Worcester's name to the
bonds, representcd herseif as thal per?
son and passed two of them of a de
nomination of $1,000 each. The other
$3,500 worth havo been recovered.
After Miss Jonas left tho employ of
the oil company in October she went
to Atlanta, Ca., where she executed the
transfer of the two bonds, which she
later cashed, one there and one in
The bonds were not misscd until
about a month ago. No report was
made of the loss. Miss Jonas returned
here and went to live in an up-town
hotel. Four days ago the bond that
had been cashed in Washington came
to the attention of the Treasury n< ?
partment. Secret Service agents there
iearned that Miss Jonas had gonc to
The local office was notified, and Op
trativea Lyons and Flynn found Miss
Jonas Sunday night. They took her to
Bellevue because she was hysterical.
She. was arraigncd yesterday before
United States Commissioner Samuel
Hitehcock nnd held in $1,000 to insurc
l*or appearance in Washington for a
hearing on March 13.
Miss Jonas is a small, pretty woman,
thlrty-on_e years old. She wore a soal
skin cout with skunk collar and cuffs,
an old rose silk hat, black silk stock
ings and black patent leotlier pumps.
Lusk Urges Ministers tc
Fight for Local Dry Laws
SYRACUSE, N. Y., March 0.- -feenacoi
Clayton R. Lusk, majority leader of the
State Senate, addressed a law enforcc
ment conference of ministers from
Central New York hore to-day. The
meeting was held in the Y. M. C. A. au
ditorium and the Senator spoke on the
pending bills regarding prohibition. Ho
said in part:
"When the enactment of prohibition
laws was aceomplished many of you re?
tired to the side lines and a'ssunied the
role of spectatora of the struggle be?
tween the officers and tho violators oi
the law. You must leave the side lines
and get into tho fight - the fight not
simply for tho prohibition law, but for
all law enforcement.
"Bills are pending in the Legislature
to permit localities to enact ordinances
giving them control over ao-called soft
drink saloons and assisting in anv
nocessary respeet in enforcement of ex
isting statutes. Federal Prohibition
Commissioner Hayes, in a letter writ?
ten February 11, expresses the sincere
hope that these bills would pass, stat
ing that tho enactment of our state en?
forcement law has been of incalculablo
benefit in tho enforcement of Federal
prohibition in New York, and that in
his judgment exactly the same sort of
stlmulating effect would follow the en?
actment of local ordinances."
N. Y. Senators See Harding
WASHINGTON, March fi. Senators
Lalder and Wadsworth, of New York, I
accompanied by Samuel S. Koenig, Re?
publican county chairman, called on i
President Harding in connection with i
the plan to divide tho present second j
internal revenue district, of New York. !
Senator Wadsworth indicated on leav
mg tho White. House that the President
was favorable to the proposition.
lhe second district, at present, Sena?
tor Wadsworth said, contained 670,1.
taxpayera and included Wall Street
Legislation provjding for the creation
of a new district in the same territory
'- no'A pendinc before Congress, and in
case ij ia successful it is uhderstood
thftt ' harlea H. Anderson a negro will
be urged for rhe place by the' New
Printer Ih Shot Twice
In How Aflor Meeting
lleated DiHcussion of JVess
men's Dispnte Leu<ls to
JoHeph Lahey, thirty-nine years old,
nl 88(1 West Fofty lift'h Stree't, a mem
ber of (he Typographlcal Union, was
removod from hoadquartem of Local
106 at 32(1 W.-..I Twenty seventh Streel
to Bellevue Hospital last night suffer
ing from two gunshol wounds, one in
(he neck nnd tln. other in Ih.. plghl leg.
Surgcons said later thnt his condition
was noi serinus.
John S. O't'oiincll. of Floral Park,
I,. I., socretary and treasurev of Local
0. was locked up li) lhe West Thir
tieth Street police station charged
with felonimiH assault.
There was a meet i 1117 of the local al
Its hcHclqiiarters. The main subjerl of
tliacuBslon is reported to have beon the
recent Ihreatened strike of the news
paper pressmen, Several hcated argu*
ments are said to have been started In
the course of l.he meeting, which thc
police say, had boon adjourned before
tln shooting took plece. li is believed
thal Lahey was Bhot when hc contlnued
an argument bogun during tho meeting,
Takes ()\er (.heka's Power
New Organization V5 ill Not
Ilave Unlimitetl Autliority of
Red Secret Police
LONDON, Feb. 17 (By Mail). Thc
text of thc All Russian Executive Com
mittee's decree abolishing thc "Cheka,"
or Extraordinary Commission for the
Suppression of Countcr Revolution and
Speculation, are quoted by l.he Berlin
correspondent of "The Daily Tcle
graph" from the local Russian news
paper " Rul."
As already stated, the functions of
this terriblo weapon of persccution are
to hc transferrocl to a so-called politl
cai administration, to bo formed under
lhe Ministry of the Interior. The pow
ers of this new organ, however, will be
much more rcstricted than those of it-,
predecessor, Its agents are given the
right of arrest, search and seizure
without wurrant, only for forty-eight
hours after a supposcd offence has
After the lapsc of this period they
can ac! only on the authority of the
chairman of (he Political Administra?
tion or one of its local branches.
Within not more than a fortnight from
his arrest tho accused must. be in?
formed oi' the charge againsl him. Be?
fore the lapse of two months from the
date of his arrest, if he Is not hnnded
over to the custody of the courts, either
he must be libcrated or thc pcrmission
of the chairman of the All-Russian
Central Executive Committee obtained
foi his further incarceration.
Cases ff ordinary offences, at pres?
ent in the jurisdiction of thc "Cheka,"
must within a fortnight be transferred
to (he revolutionary tribunah or peo
ple's court:-, which in future will deal.
hy their ordinary proceclure, with "all
crimes directod against the Soviet sys
fem, or constituting breaches of the
laws of (he So* iot Republic."
If this decree should bo carried out
it. would effecl a considerable improve?
ment in t'ne conditions in Russia, Iv;:.
there are reported to have been in
stnnccs of such Bolshevik edicts being
more honored in the breach than in
Slayer of I'liirolmuii tnsanc;
Sent to lYIatteawan by Court
Frank Whaley, the young negro who
on January 1!) shot and killed Patrol
man Otto Mot/.. attached to the West
135th Street. station, was deciared ye
terday to hc insane hy t ho coi ...
which examined him. lle was insane
at. the time the crime was committed,
according !o th<> report made to Judge
Mclntyre in General Session <.
The court approved thc t'nidh'e, - of
the commission and the slayer was
ordered sent ! 1. tho New Vnii State
Hospital for the Insane at. Matteawan.
Bronx Parkway Commission
Bill (,oes lo lhe Governor
ALBANY, March fi.?Tho Westall
bill, cxtending the life of t'ne Bronx
Farkwaj Commission and permitting
it to police the park il has been build?
ing since 1907. was passed bj the Sen?
ate to-night. li passed ihe Assemblj
last week and now gocs to thc Gov
The bill also empowers the commis?
sion to acquire property at Vonkers
and Mounl Kisco to add to the park.
Postal Reeeipts Show (rain
WASHINGTON, March r?. A reflec
tion of the business revival throughout
tho country was seen by thc Post Office
Department to-day in reports from fifty
of thc largcst post offices showing re- |
ceipts of $20,339,000 for February, an ;
increase of 6.41 per cent over the same
month last year.
Fleischiuann Case Up To-day
WASHINGTON, March 6. -Arrange
ments for the rohearinrr of the charges
of diversion of industrial alcobol to
beverage purposes made against t'ne
Fleischmann Company, Ine, of New
Vork and eleven of ita branch agencies
in as many cities were completed to?
day by Internal Revenue Commissioner!
Blair at a conference with Prohibition j
Commissioner Haynos. The rehearing j
of the case will be held to-morrow at
9 o'clock before Commissioner Blair.
Citv Will Get
Its Fund Quota,
Jews Are Told
Slow in Getting Startcd, but
Surc lo Succeed, Is Retort
i<> Chicago in Campaign
Rally al Pennsylvania
A rally of workers in the campaign
1 to raiae $5,000,000 in New Vork for
Jewish war Rufferers was held ln the
Hotel Pennsylvania last night. An
I nouncement waa made at the meeting
! that more than $,'100,000 had been sub
j scribed to the fund since March 2.
In a short address to tbe workers
i Samuel C. Lamport, a cotton goods
j merchant, answered tnthuaiaata in the
drive in Chicago by saying that New
York on account Oi its size. had been
h!ow in getting started, but by the
' end of the present week would show
tho results expected of it nnd even
1'ioir more teams of workers, with
oombihed rjuotas of $121,600, reported
that Lhe amounts allowed them had
been siibscribed, making eleven teams
in tho city to dato that nave filled their
The largest team to report was tho
j millinery team, Abe N. Adelson cap
i tain, which announced that it had
j raised t.he ,$50,000 allofted to it. Dan
I iel Nicoll, captain of the publishing
| and advertising team, with a quota of
$35,000, announced $;i8,000 on hand. S.
j Liss, captain of the team representing
i t.he laundry induBtry, reported that hia
j team had raised $36,000 at a aingle
j meeting, $10,000 more than the quota.
i The fourth team to report its quota
j filled was that of the sponging indua
j try, with $1,600, with Morris ('urfunkel
j and laaac Crystal as joint captain-.
E. F. Albee, chairman of the theatri
cal committee of the campaign, speak
in(c at the rally, announced that the
sorios of benefits which had been
planned, it waa hoped, would he pro
ductive of the $1:60,000 quota his com?
mittee expects to rnise.
Fifteon Jewish women organized a
branch of tho Paleatine Foundation
Fund at a meeting at the Hotel Penn?
sylvania yesterday afternoon.
'"Sacrifice bonds" of from twenty-five
to one. thousand dollnrs wore sold in
large numbers to the women, who tea
tified in thia way to their desire to
sacrifice somo luxury or oxpensivc
habit for the good of the needy Jews
of Palestinc. Judge Henry J, Dannen
baum, chairman of the Palcstine Foun
dation Fund, announced that New York
City will be asked to contribute $3,
000,000 for the upbuilding of Pales
IArmed Pair Holds Up
Cafe and 15 Patrons
Cashier OftYrs Casli Registrr's
Contents if (iuests Are Not
Hohhcd and Bandits Agree
Two men robbed the cash register in
the Astor Restaurant., Fifteenth Street
and Seventh Avenue, of $55 late. last
night while fifteen patrons were dining
in the place. The robbers escaped in
Nicholas Catsanos, the eafihier, was
making up hia accounts for the day
when a man wearing a dark overcoat
entered. He turned his back to the
diners in the place and drew his re?
volver. Ho ordered the cashier to han-.i
over what money ho had. Catsanos di
murred. The man threatened to shoot
h i m.
At this juncture a second man, who
had been acting as lookout, entered. Ha
flourished a revolver and ordered tho
fifteen patrons to !in?-up along the
wall. Catsanos appeal to the men,
saying that ho would give them the
money that was in tho cash register
if they would not. molesl his patrons.
The bandits agreed, scoopod up the $55
which Castanos took from the cash
drawer and backed out of the place.
Two Stiils CaOiifiscated
In 1,000 Gallon Raid
Business iu Large Brick Buiid
ing Undisguised, With
CLINTON, In., March 6.?Ncarly
1.000 gallons of whisky were seized, I
hundreds of barrela of mash were de- j
stroyed, two huge stiils were confis-]
cated and five prisoners were taken |
in a raid here this afternoon by |
Federal prohibition agents.
"It is really surprising to me," said
W. o. Holman, in chargo of the raid,'
"how such gigantic operations can be
carried on without any knowledge of
the operationa by local authorities.
We had no difficulty in finding plenty
A 450-gallon still and another of j
250 gallons capacity were found in
full operation in a large brick "dis
tiliery." About seventy gallons of li
'Itior wero found loaded in an auto- j
mobile ready for delivery.
Warrants for the arrests were sworn I
out at the District Court of Judge A. '
B. Anderson, in Indianapolis.
A. B. Emery to (iet Judgeship
ALBANY, March 6.?Governor Miller
to-day announced that he would ap
point Ashur B. Emery, of East Aurora,
Erie County, to the Supreme Court ;
bench, ' \lo will succeed Justice John
Woodward, of the Eighth Judicial Dis- ;
trict, who resigned.
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note in optration
Battery Confronts Court
In Maehine (rtin Sitil
Fight Over Lewis Arm Patents
Involve* Many Million*
iu War Profitn
fiprrinl Dispatch to Thr TriVvne
CLEVELAND, Marcti 6. The Federal
Court room looked lilce a dug-OUt of
No Man's Land here to-day as a suit
to determine the question, "Who in
vented thc Lewis maehine gun?" was
called for hearing.
Thc- suit was Instituted by Dr.
ucl N. McClean, formerly a prac
physician of Detroit., who asserta
Invented the Lewis maehine gun. li'
anks for $20,000,000 as hia -,l_|!"' in wiir
profitn rfsiilting from sale of this gun.
That is for Lewis guns bought by the
Cnited States government. Dr. Mc
('loan also hn<- a claim of $800,000,000
for Lewis guns sold to the Allied na
Dr. McClean names R. M. Calfee, M.
A. Rradley and the estate of J. '7 W.
Cowles as defendants. Ho allegpK the
defendants fraudulently obtained pos
session of his patent papers.
When the McClean Arms and On!
nance Company, of Cleveland, o
Or. McClean was president, wan in
poed of money in 1907, the defendant s,
who were (hen directors of th" same
conoern, advanced the money, 7
mortgage on tbe patents of McCIean's
guns. It is alleged the defendants fore
closed Irregularly, taking title to thc
patents and formin<r a new company
named the Automatic Arm:i Company
C/f New York.
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which ho claim i IOr
Porter Named for Harthal
R Porter, of ? ? .
nated to-d? .
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