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AERO CORPORAL PUT .DIVORCE SUIT TO
LOOK UPON BROWN
qulrlmr Into tho nctlvltlcs of tho alleged
blackmailer supposed to have been con
nected with Drown. The men named as
his companions by Offley yesterday were
Scene of $45,000 Gem Robbery; Mother and Daughter Drugged
I. P. FRINK
Banks, Stores, Show Windows,
Showcases, Churches, Theatres,
Hotels, Art Galleries, Private
Collections, Public Buildings
Generally. Polaralite Signs and
LIGHTING PROBLEMS SOLVED
Interior nnd Interior, hv Our
I. P. FRINK
24th St. and Tenth Ave.
Phones CIic-Imcm 8.U-HJ4-'12-843
IN AN ARMY PRISON BY AIMEE CROCKER
JPXTERIOR view of residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Gray Grlswold of Roslyn, L. I., looted
by Automobile burglars early yesterday morning
after the sleeping occupants had been drugged.
Entrance was forced through the smaller door on
the right of the picture. The jewels were taken
from the second story room just over the larger
and more ornamental door on the left of the photo
graph. The top portrait is that of Mrs. Griswold,
victim of the robbery, who was Miss Josephine
Houghteling of Chicago, and the bottom portrait is
that of Miss Mary Cantleld, her daughter by a
William Itutler, now nerving eighteen
I mouths In Atlnntn, and "Doc" Donahue,
who Is awaiting trial In tho Tombs In
' default of $10,000 ball.
I Victims Kept In Ignorance.
' The victims of lhec plots. It waa said
In the OYderal Hiilldlnc yesterday, were
still In Ignorance of tho Identity of the
I men who had fleered them. It was nlso
iidili'il thnt It was the purpose of the of
Hie of the United States Attorney to
Km iik t Sorry Arrested for In
Ivrvlrw ('oliiiliiiiilnj: Re
cruits Won- Duped.
Referee Recommends Decren ,
Affalnst Prince Alexim-
dcr Minkinoff. ,
former marriage. A pet uog asleep in Mrs. oris
I wold's room was overcome first by chloroform.
Persons ChiiuIiI in Mann Act
tSainc Try to ldentlf.
keep them In Ignornnco until they were
taken In-fore the Urund Jury.
The vIctluiM summoned to the Federal
HulldlliK yesterday to ree If Hrown'
face was familiar to them stood Incon
spicuously In the maiHhal's oilier as
llrown was awaiting arraignment. Don-
V.U'KS A COURT-MARTIAL
TO BE FREE IX MONTHS
IS IIKI.Il IK Sl.-,,(MMi HA I L
Conimilcs Who Bucked His
flinrjres Ask to He Locked
t'p With llfui.
IIcIkhn to Retain Title and
' Won't Marry Aornln, Her
Woman One of Those Who
Paid Tribute to Band in
nhuc also was carrfully studied by these
person. Whether any Identlllcatlons
were made Is also n secret of the United
Sliites Attorney' Vlllce.
THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1916.
MisBntA. 1 1.. net. 24. Corporal
Frank Oovey, u inetnlif r of Hie Kderl-
i.-.i VAtlorial iluarrt Aero Coimiatiy, now
tn camp on the Heiiistotl 1'lmlii iivla- from her fourth liuiband, the .voun and
tlfln nctd. was nirted to-day by Frd- ( dai-hliitT Prince Alexander Mlnklnoff. and '
tr.il toldler. and taken to the army lock- H"rly to marry for the fifth time. 1
BP at Fort Tutten. The la! for the nr- I ,f l,h wUlies. A referee' report recom
riit wt tha Interview published In Tits j ntrndlnt that her plea for divorce be
fust last Saturday. In which Corporal r"md was filed yestcrdny with Su
fiorey slid he and his company hid been 1 pr"" Cou.r! Ju8tl,e Oreenbaum. whlcli
Inpsd Into Jolnlna; the National (lunrd J tho l'rlnca rreelviil In unruffled ullonee.
unflsr promise mm nj nuiuu ...... .
aviation- a.a k T!.,.t i
... ai II,. arniv aviation school
The prisoner was er.t to Koit Totten
tcui there l no military rr'.ton at
the camp. Corporal Clorey na the
ipoktiman selected by twouty-tno of
the guardsmen, and the remainder of the
company may be arrested, although that
Th crmrice aitalnst Corporal Govey Is
that he violated section 62 of the Arti
cles of War. Thl l a general aectlon
deallttR with "fundamental military pitti
flples and discipline," and Corporal
Oorey will tried by a general court
urtlal. Thoroaah Inqalr) On.
"We arc maklitK very thorough ln
wtliatlon of the matter lion;." Lieut.
Cirberry told T:tc 8cn to-night. "Wo
ire taking up rach point In The Sun's
Hide, Item by Item, and are examining
under oath all the men whose namea
appeared In the story us agreeing to the
Intirview with Corporal Oorcy. Tho In
vestigation will be impartial and abso
lute Jurtlca will b done."
Nearly al! the twenty-two men who
sre being examined were present when
Corporal torey gave the Interview to
Tut Sec lust Saturday, and they gave
their names to be published aa evidence
trst they subscribed to what he said.
) Tho men said they had answered an
Jvertlsement that appeared In New
Vork newspapsia on September 5 of
fering an "exceptional opportunity for
a few bright young men to learn avia
tion." When they enllHted, they paid, they
vere told they would be taught to fly.
that they would et $21 a month and all
espensen. including clothing and equip
msnt. They said they were not being
uught to tly and that u l.'nlted Stute
army officer on duty at the field hod
to'd one of them that their chances
were "mighty film." Instead of 121 a
i month they said they were getting 115.
that they worked In their cltlavn'a clothe
nhen they firat went to the camp and
were without mess kits until one of tb
officer bought them kit out of hi own
Interview la ftahataatlatea'.
It Is understood that all, the men ex
amined to-day told the examining of
Ser that the statement were substan
tially correct In every detail, and they
t.ule no objctlon when they were osk-d
to take an outh to that effect. When
C,or.il Corey was arreirted some of
I 1 Ve nm who were associated with him
I We men who were associated with him
In the movement asked to be arrested
saylnir tho statements wero as
rn ich theirs a his.
When the Interview waa clven. thol
m a iralJ, they gavo It knowing thati
proja-ily they would get Into trouble. I
..I. iliey said, no mutter what nap-
cned to them conditions could be no I
led to them conditions could be no I
me than at the camp, where they wernl
npelled to do ull the "dlrtv work" of
camp and where they wero learning
rothlt g i about avUtlon. They wanted
te liae the interview printed, they said,
. t 'v.unlng to other young mon who
tr.lKht be "(.hunxhaled" Into the National
il-juril by the same method.
.Major Monson Morris. N. CI. X, V.,
'io li.id charge of recruiting the squad.
roil, uisirted to AdJt.-tlen. Stcteshurj'
rili.1i. thit hat rte.fl ,,,, trxld (Vin main riAt
wnjlil be taunlit to tly and thut he had
tet tcl.J them they would receive 121 a
The' court-martial of Corporal Oorey
it -,.h ,i i. ,. ,.rvr...,,i,ii.. ..e
till lie conducted by a representative of
t'i Judge Advocate Gcnerul, und prob
ably will be held In the near futura
Itlier at Ciovernora Island or Fort Tot
ten. BHTM0RE SUED FOR $150,000.
Wlilim r Hotel lineat Charara
Nesllgence Caused Death, I
.Suit for IU0.000 was brought ngulnat
proprietors of Hie Hotel Hlltiuorn I
'strdH by .Mrs. IMUe Cutler McOal
'Jm. wldov.- of Duncan McCallum, a
""aiii resident at Mh'sSslppI, on the
'ou d that when her husband was
'ttallj Injured l-i an elevator ncvlde'it
a taa hotel on January 31 neither the
tjollee nor his mothtt- and sister, who
"ere also ctuylne at the hotel and who
rtade urgent Inquiry as to his where
iui. were notllleil Inimedlatcly.
M falluni, according to hlH widow'
aflldjxlt, was taken to a room which
''ifc not his own, hut no .imbiil.inco was
simtnoiied, He djed four da later.
Tne eomnl.i.nt eliMrren till, Heiti Mile
I'unpny. owners of the hotel, with he-,
hit refpoiislbli. for carelessness In the
elation of the elevator. !
TELLS OF INSURANCE 8WIIIDLE.
fatnelPa Ktldence for the State J
ItrsDlla n an Indlclmeiit.
JloLert 12. Caswell, the former adjuster
-or tlie illohe Indemnity Company, who!
"lrned Stale's evidence when he waa ar-i-'-Hi'l
on tho chargo of belns one of a,
Er.g which swindled the company out of
jifr s.ims by passing spurious claims
fir damages on automobile Insured with
';i company, was tukon before the
Uruiai Jury yesterday.
As result, William 13. Htark. recently
arrefed, waa Indicted for srand larceny
'f1 tlie first degree. Caswell said that
lark had purposely driven an Inmied
'Jr (i to a telegraph pole and the coin
P'"iy nnd jiald excessive damage on It.
llsif a dozen men havo already been
Indtaed for their alleged part In the
Many swindle of which the company
'; tlctlm. t
15 HURT ON NEW HAVEN ROAD.
'"Ihi and Haeajer Train In
' olllslnn .Vrar New Canaan.
kw Canaan, Conn., Oct. 24. Fifteen
. riFngr.ra wero hurt to-day in a col-
sloii between a freight and a passenger
train nri the New Canaan-Stamford
inu, of til New York, New Haven I
ami Hartford Railroad about- a mile
o'Jtildn New Canaan.
. rkth train wera drawn by electrlo
The I'rlnreat Alme Crocker Mlnk.
"of. whose other names .ire AHe. GUIIr
mil Hournud. may noon lie Irently free
uuhii v,, uiunnon, attorney ror the
'"n"" - d'd not tspect that the Rus-
""'" ' 'Ml lhl.. by op-
referut- a report, Justice 1
In expected to sign lic In
terlocutory decree, and In tlireo months
the "noulful woman." as her counsel de
scribed htr. will havo her noul un
leashed from matrimony once more.
Piocecdlngs for a separation were
Instituted In the Kupreme Court early
thlc year by the I'rlncr, whose cup of
woo overflowed on learning that the
little Pi luce. Voreln, whom he had be
lieved had by-ii born to him by hi wife,
was hi child only by courtmy of an
orphan asylum. Tlie Iiclres to the for
tune of Bryant Crocker of San Kran
clwo, bringing a counter suit, alleged
that the Prince had been much more
than a foster, atep or other kind of
father toward Yvonne Oouraud, her
tieventecn-year-old adopted daughter.
Yvonne Came a Jam,
Yvonne, who had been living with
her abroad when she decided to try life I
bm a Princess with Mlskluoff In 1914, i
caused quite u Jam In court by appear- I
Ing at the trial of the suits, when Mlskl
nuff stated that he had carefully ex
plained to her thnt he could not marry
her, no matter how much she asked for
the favor, because he was already mar
ried to her mother. letter a reconcilia
tion was effected. poHslbiy through the
soothing Influence of the ham hand
wlches and pumpkin pie on which the
Prince banqueted at the court house
The trln went back to their apart
ment at the Hotel Netherland, and
for two wholo months the Prince never
indicated by tnc least sign that lie
thought Yvonne was pretty. Then, ac-
coroini; io tre icsumony oeiore ire
card to the Moors. '
In the course of dlscoxerlng this one ,
day they careered after, the Prince In a '
taxlcab through Central Park, and after
loslnj the irasolene cent on Hroadway.
eree. the. Prince moved to the floor be- i f,.un,i ,,... ..n,ltnille,i 0.,v lUblne reels "a" coum went to tne nouse. now- inrean oi go o i..r penris. nun ia"i.
low. though there were plenty of ele-' f " ' ""'"" "c" ever, early In the day Mr. and Mrs. .'-'i''"', '' 'nu,nJ 'f.n Irn'o ",nMh"(
vator to take him up tne extra flight. . , .,. clreum.t.inces oolnt to the fact "rlswold declded to put their whole r
biirrrtle nlth ilralght l!n of dla
Yvonne was packed off to the country to' ...... .. ...... .i...!,,,. i ,',, ' ,, I reliance upon the New lork jiollce. They mo,i, BtK,ut twn nrh.. long with safety
rest her eyes, and the Princess called In ",.!,Tii of the swon Moor The room of ,'0,or"1 lnto ,ow"- M Cominls- caich f.,r hair
d.tectlve.'to le.rn why the Prince had . Ji'l-anMeld 'l. ' , ftX'Xti tZu'ZTu ' VW'tru labou, .
experienced a change of heart with ie-. 1 his Jurisdiction, but yielding to the argu-, ..i,.,. cr.i ,nri,, iniaij fh
picked It up In a nearby hotel. Afttrl "-'"e. oi souno Mcep i kkorc ami
entering a room there unannounced they , at up In bed. Although 1 sat up sud
found the Prince, they reported, nnd ! denly I itmld not i-eem to shnlee off a
received a shock. A young dark hatred feeling of stupor. However. I man
woman was also present, they snld aged lo call out ; "Who ir. ther-v
but the shock seemed to lie In the fact "Theie was no answer, but through
that the Princess had mentioned a "i.v nes penetrated liie Idea that
b'.oudc and not a brunette. I "m one had slipped out of the room
However, before I could think It ovir
Prince Keeling Hurt. t'"' heavy languor posxexseil me and I
lioth the Prince and the woman, ac-
cording to tho detectives' description,
were nttlred In the lightest of Informal i
evening dress. After an explosion f i
French from thu Prlnco a general wren. (
tllng match ensued, with no holds ,
barred. The young woman. It was said. ,
jumpeu nuo u ciosei aim inr.i a
screams. TV hon sevenu platoons or
screams. Y hon several platoons of
bellboys rushed In they found the Prince,
with bruises Inflicted by no mm who i
The Princess brought suit for divorce.
but the corespondent was simply referred
to nt the hearings as "an obscure
woman." This appeared to hurt the
Prince to the quick, for he declared nt
thy hearing that It was unjust to accuse
a man of his rank of becoming ac
quainted with an obscure woman or ac-
! r.ulrinr a buttered face brcauae of her,
Counsel for the Princess, who will re-
lain her title, was of the oplnoln that
" woul', not "ln11"on ,!i ,l'rldal v11'
1.1. Mnn.u nn.ul.il nv In llr latW,!
to ,h' h
a literary person and rest up from her
nast married life. A for tho Prlnci
well, tho Prince Is the Prince, nnd no
body knows what he'll do.
Broadway at 34th Street r
In the Motor Apparel Shop
English Overcoats at $50
J A coat for both motor and street wear.
Made with a removable leather lining,
which buttons to the shell of the coat and
may be detached in less than a minute.
Tailored of durable English homespuns,
and Scotch tweeds, in a variety of new
Men's English Motor Coats at $35
Burberry, Aquascutum and Toga London-Made
Overcoats---typically English in
both cut and fabric
Q Tailored in soft-finished British Vicunas,
in a wide variety of color combinations, and
in fine quality English and Scotch fleeces.
Automobile Lap Robes, $6.75
J Well-made, extra warm plush robes, in
green, navy and black. suth notr
-flMBanaSiWM4&K.TTiri t'ggB V
mmmmmmmmmmmmmsmm- , 1 ; wmmmmmmimmmmmmmm
i ' lgaatiSjfgl Copyright ty lnternatlnnul Illni Hfrilcr
POLICE BAFFLED BY
Cotiflmtr-ff from yirat Page.
beenuke they smoked the cigar? of their
unwitting host. -Mr. Orlswold had two
humidor.-, on his table, ono containing
clKars for uhlcli he pay $13 a hun
dred, another for which ho paid HO. j
They selected pcrfecto from the latter
humidor, smoking several. j
Seemingly one of the band made an -
exouisioii to the den of Mr. Orlswold ,
,i. ...... ,. in ,.f ,i, ilnll- Th.
examination was made of the contents '
"" stemed lo m that . a
strange presence In the room," she said
'i evening in iiekcnuina ner expen-
ten oacK on my iiiuuw. i unn i kiiuw
....... ,,fierward It was when I was
.Mv to my H, , K,,ini but 1
MVi,.nc,i n n,H light and looked at my
w.uch. It was n ipiarier to B. t
,lokoi, nj,out the loom and nothing
,.,,fim,(1 , 1P nmH!- So In tlie belief
tnat , hu, dr(,nmt t10 WKile thing I
. . . . ,k , cen
itcr in the morning It was found that
itcr in the morning It was
,,er .)ur!(, COMminng f:3 had I
T,)c mc or n)or(l rer,ons )
; been taken
vho had en-
tered her room had opened the draw
ers of her dressing tablo looking for
plunder when her outcry drovo them
off. They departed without taking any
of her Jewelled articles.
Drove the llurirlar Array.
Thl sudden and unexpected awak-1
enlng. In the police belief, drove tlie
burglars away. They left by one of
the side doors nearest to their automo
bile and drove across the grans to the i
turnpike lending to New York. i
One of the maids, beginning her duties
at 6 o'clock, discovered the burglary. '
Hhe found the empty Jewel cases behind
tho curtain and went Into tho room
of .Mrs. Urlswold. Slje had much dim-.
' i ..1 . ! 1 TSrtfW; ,
. 1 Ki.iM
. . , ,
i opyngni vy i.norwnoa unuprwnou
.. , ..,
Wnrri nr the Inaa vrau cent n lha locnl
police and Sheriff Stephen Pettlt of Nas-
I ment thtt apparently It was of Manhat
' tan origin and that the local ollce
probably might find some of the loot
In New York pawnshops he assigned
inspector uray to tne case.
1. 1st of Stolen Jewel.
The three detective drove back with
Mrx. Crlswold and from 5 o'clock until
qu'stlonrd her servants and mado a
sure of the house. Mrs. (Jrlswohl,
with the assistance of her maid, made
an lnentor of her low.es and this list
was sent to all New York pawnshops.
Ilrooch. Iirse illnmon4. thre carats,
oi tl, mrroundnt l.y small diamond!.
Pendant, nrs pearl set In dlamonJa.
llronch. exnctly matching the above,
Ilrooch, Urxe tnrquolsa. llh one carat
diamond on ,nch lda.
lireen.hlack pearl ring, set In platinum,
entirely surrounded hj diamonds.
I'lnk pearl rln aet In platinum, sur
rounded by diamonds
While pearl rlnc. platinum aettlnt. en-tlri-lt
surrounded by tiny diamonds.
Mlrini! of prarls. in with amall pearl
between each large pnr!, about lS Inchei
en, srauuaung in all.
Woolen Prices are High!
Woolen Selections are Low But
Saks Suits this Fall
Don't Show It!
Our values are
selections are a revelation of variety
Q The tendency in all clothing values this
season is DOWNWARD. The record
prices for woolens sufficiently indicate that.
And the situation is aggravated particu
larly in those stores which are merely dis
tributors and not makers of the clothes
they sell. Saks', on the other hand, thanks
to enjoying a free hand and actually pur
chasing their own fabrics in the open
market, are always in the position of "A
Favored Nation." And we certainly have
used that "Favored Nation" clause to ad
vantage this season !
From $17.50 io $50
There is nothing in New York to compare
with the range of the Saks Selections!
J Blues, browns, grays, greens, plums, solid nnd
self-contained, or serving ns n background for nn
infinite variety of treatment; and a galaxy of
finely woven mixture effects that are the smart
est things ever loomed, and about the scarcest.
Mostly soft finish fabrics, that tailor beauti
fully, provided they are tailored well; cut in a
great diversity of models, showing new angles
in pockets, lapels, and vests, and offering all tho
elegancies of custom tailoring without the cost.
Brodway at 34th Street
Dlsmnni chain, SI lnchr Ion, eich
.ll.ni.kn,l In lii I III kirn rlnir.
Illamnnil chain, about 19 Inches long,
I vjch illamond In platinum rlnK.
1 tfrnall .llnmotiit watch, t-t nollit with dla
moniN. Iilniln'im rh.ln. mt llh nnriJi.
ltrnoch. large opal t In old fuhlond
etilnic, lth fancy dUniond cltlnc with
lark bluo vnamrl, gold nnJ small dl.f
I King with fancy dlnmnnd setting, ruby
of on to one and a half rarat In cntrf.
tlaly Fraction of Her Jenclrj.
' liar pin nf platinum, un lnrh long, rub)'
m r.nir,. tnrra uiamonnii hi mm rnn.
Two ruby pear hpl drops ft with
, tiny lln ot gum.
' tlnl.l hrartt. UDiir hnlf iniulr of linked
, dlani'indf. orr hslf nf gold with diamond
p nr.irts hnnslng
I Hold clMln brnrrlei, rmcrnbU and dla
! c:,.i.i rhuin hri,i. in, a..ld' lackt.
"'". l""'. 'iiij ..............
,j,, .! bracelet. lth st pr:.
tnlltnlr icnrf pin wtlb spray of small
dlamonda en top.
This represents but a fraction of Mrs.
Clrlswold'K total Jewel wealth. The re
mainder Is In a New York safo dejxislt
Mr. firlaetnld .nlerl Mpurtainan.
Mr. Urlswold. a member of an old
New York fninlly, has been known as a
yachtMiian, as a turfman and u hunts
man, lie is devilled to all outdoor sports
and has written "."'ports on hand and
Water." fie has n string of rare horses
and Is n member nf the Mei tow llrcok
and Piping Hock clubs. One of his sls
tern became the llaroness von Stern
beck of Munlcb, another whs wedded to
Schuyler Van Kenssalner and u third Is
the wife cf Harold do ItaaslolT,
He was married to tho widow of A.
Cass Cantleld In London In 1007. I loth
have been prominent figures In the New
York social world. Recently they pur.
chased the residence of Oaklolch Thorite
. tnru nvenoe and Sevenlv.llilr.l klr,...t
addition to their ItOhlyt. home they
have an estate In liar Ilaibor, Me.
unchanged and our
So mil tilackiunll lcllms whose
mines h'ic not .el been revealed by the
Government ueio In the l-'ederal Itulld-
Iiik yesterday to look over .Inmes A.
llrown, who whs .irialKned before Com-
mlsHloner llounhum nnd held In default
of $15,000 ball to nwnlt further exam
ination next Tuesday. llrown was
charged by Special Agent fnderhjll with
conspiring with two others to Imper
sonate Federal ollleer In Atlantic I'lty
In September, 1015,
John t'. Knox. Assistant t'lillid Slates
Attorney, Infnrmed the Commissioner
thnt III own' presence was necessar in
New Jersey to answer the chaw of
conspiracy. Ill own asked that till pio-
CecdluK ''e postpomd for one week m
that he niluht procure counsel, lie said
I... 1-miI no mntiev. but honed that Irleuds
would come to his aid. The fomtnls-; irormng in io o ciora. incrc wero no
sloner granted his request. j deaths. In the previous twenty-four
The names of the etlms nlUged to hours ope cnte and one death were re
hate bom blackmailed hv lliown nnd ported. The cases yesterday were two
others threatening them" with arrest ' III M inhntl.ir,. two In llrooklyn and two
under the Mann act were .'till kept a In The llronx.
secret by the Federal otllieis jeslerd.iy. , ,
WIIIIhiii Ollley. In charge of the bureau
nf Investigation for tins illtrict, sam ne
hud Infornmtlon that the hand eon.
neeled with the Atlantic City conspiracy
divided about $40,000 among them which i
they squeezed out of their frightened vic
tim?. Woman la One Cnsr.
Offley said that llrown was concerned j
In two cases In New Jersey, one In uii
Atlantic City hotel and another In a j
town still unnamed. Mr. Knox corrobo
rated this much later, adding that In I
one of tlit" cases a woman was Involved.
Knox, however, denied that In either of
ill, tili.tu ntiv of the women concerned
had been worltlnc In conjunction with
the blackmailing band. ,
In both Instances the blackmailers, as
far us the Information now In the hands ,
of the nepartment of Justice reveals,
followed their prey from other cities or
hanging about the hotel", dlscove'ed
they were not married. The manner In
whiVh they obtained this Information Is
expected to be one of the most Interent-
Inir phases of the blackmail trials.
lirand Jury proceedings will be com
menciil Immediately In New Jemcy In-
11 THE PERFECT GUM
! f with a
I jS asingly
f Same T0 teasingly )
after every meal
JUNIOR POLICE HOLD PARADE.
l onilillstloller Woods llevlena It In
Two hundred nnd fifty youngsters,
numbers of the Junior police of the Fif
teenth precinct, held their second an
nual parade yesterday, marching In
spick and span uniforms closely resem
bling those of the regular police. The
p.uadn was all through the precinct.
Commissioner Woods nnd a cttlten
committee rovlewed tho youngster from
the slrpn of the Second Avenue Ilaptlsl
Church, Second avenue and Tenth and
lltevctilh streets. The paradcra were
Leaded by the band of the Hebrew Or
II imt I'nrnlyala (ae Mo Heaths
Six cases of Infuntllo paralysis were
reported to the Health Department in tne
twenty-four hours ending yesterday
Reed & Barton
in Gold and Platinum Moimtinas
Fifth Avenue at 3'2nd Street
4- Maiden Lane
REISINOER ESTATE $532,125.
50,(1110 Left la the Metropolitan
Museum nf Art.
The appraisal of the estate of Huso
rtelslngcr, an Importer at 11 Ilroadwny.
which was transmitted to the transfer
tax office of the Surrogate's Court yes.
terday, showed a net value of 1582,125.
Ilelslnger, who died nt Wiesbaden. Ger
many, on September 26, 1914, left a larga
part of 111 estate to charity, besides a
bequest of $ 10.000 to the Metropolitan
Museum of Art to he expended In th
purchase of works by German artists.
The Importer, who wan well known as
nn nrt patron, left u collection of paint
ings which brought over KMH.OOO at n
sale. As his widow hnd received a large
fortune through the death of her father,
1 Adoipnus iiusen or hi. uouis, and was
I expected lo fall heir to her mother's
wealth, her legacy was limited to th
personalty. A bequest of library bonks
valued ut 2,05" was left to one son.
Curt, and the other, Walvor, received
Jewelry and portraits appraised nt
"?0"'n'iiu). None- of tbe pusencer i