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THE EVENING WORLD; FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1922. mm less apt SEVERAL SHAKEN UP IN SUBWAY CRASH GARVEY, IS ABSENT AS CASE COMES UP GIVES TIRE FOR GAS, 3 GERMAN CABLES TO BE ALLOCATED HELD AS AUTO THIEF Ill I II II I 111 I . ' "II I Em 10 TELL T E Wffl DEGLAR JURORS '(iGive Reasons Why Word Is : Not as Credible as utner Witnesses. Slx'jurort In tlio Court of Gcncrnl "'Sessions licforo Judpo Ilosnlsky to. day declared tliey have less fultli In the testimony of policemen. Riven under oath, thun they liavo In that of other witnesses. 'Why do you distrust police testl ,mony?" the court asked. And the consensus of nnswers was that "per sonal experience," "experience us Jurors" and "rcadlnn tho news papers" were the causes for discount Ins pollco testimony. "Then you have no business hero as Jurors," said tho Judge, "sly own experience of long years on the bench and In the practice of law Is that on per cent, of tho police arc honest and truthful. They aro bravo nnd public ; spirited men. They die cheerfully In 1 the performance of their duty. Tiny bring up their children as Rood clti icns. One of our nblest Judges It) tho son of a policeman." Tho ease at bar was that of Louis Webber, No. 105 Klrirldeo Street. ' charged with tho theft of an auto mobile. The question about the , ccrlblllty of the police was naked oy ' Assistant District Attorney Ijiwiiiih. Frederick J. Orochl, counsel for the i defense, said that his experience as a , former City Muelstnitc hud convinced ' him thn while mose of the police un truthful, they do in many eases try ' to bolster up their evideme to Ret convictions. Tho six Jurors were excused. Dibbled Soldier Requires Medical Treatment After Lexington Ave nue Trains Bump. A northbound Lexington Aven-l subway train coming out of the IISMi Strcei station, run past signals ai . low tuto of speed ut C4& o'clock lhl mornlns and bumped u Mundlru train. There were no passcnsrs ;n tho standing train. The tew In the .other were thrown from their scats. Luko Clayton of No. 104C Fox Street, win has been nervously disabled since til.- .ll.schargo from tho lClh Infantry, In which ho won tho Distinguished Koi vice Cross nnd the Crols do Ouerro with four palms, was so much -in .cMlce by tho experience that Dr. Kaplan of Lincoln Hospital wis callc' to attend him. Ue was taken to his horn-. Truffle on tho lino In both direc tions was Interrupted for half tin hour. DENIED MARRIAGE, SHE WINS $40,000 VERDICT South Carolina Wnninn Allrura Slir I.IvpiI With llmiltcr 1!0 Venrx CILUMIJIA, 8. C. Kcb. 17. A vrnilrt for )40,n0O wns nwnnled lo Mrs. Lydo McDonald to-day In her suit mrnliist lliclmrd R. Des I'ortefl, financier, for nlk-Red brencb of promise. Mrs. Mc ticiuild sued for $150,000, alleging she and .Mr Des Porte had lived toKcther as man nnd wife for twenty yenn. Mr. Des Pollen Is Dlreetor of a large bunk hero. Ho Is owner of large riopertlos In the elty and It n uienilx-r 'or a prominent' family. Counsel Promises He Will Plead to Fraud Indictment' Monday. Marcus Oarvcy, promotor of I ho Hlack Star Lino, Inc., the Universal L-uindry and other projects by which ho promised his Negro frlonds he would emancipate their rnco from fi nancial troubles, di dnot appear for pleading before Judgo Thomas In tho I'nlted States District Court to-day. Ho had been Indicted on a clurgo of using tho malls for fraud In con conspiracy with Kilo Onrcla, Ooorgo Tobias nnd Orlando. M. Tompkins. He will appear with Tompkins, his counsel promised, on Monday. Garcia und Tobias wcro held In $2,500 ball caih. Tho Indictment charged that Oar vcy (who has never flinched when addressed in meetings, of his admirers as "Sir President of Africa," "Tho Itlnck Moses," and "Prlnco of Men,") had sold two million shares of Ilkick Star stock at $0 a share on rcpreren tatlons nlmost wholly false an to tho property and prospects of the enter prise. WIIMKV I. MILORDS HELD I'nil riiiAi,. Mr?. Helm Kuld, sixty, and her dniightcr, Florentine. No. 2S West 121th Street, ehnrged with violation of ec tlon 2040. of the Penal law In wilful failure to supply tenants of the npnrt tnent house, No. Ill West H3d Street, with hot water snd heat, wcro held In SMC) bull each for Special Sessions in Washington Heights Court to-day. -tiMilelonn Actions Cnnne Arrest nf Man In Connretlent, Charged with grand larceny, which he denies, Thomas Ncgrlmq, twenty, n barber, of No, 20S6 Atlantic Avenue. Iirooklyn, wan arretted to-day on the complaint of Charles F. Dufflcr, of No 60 Hamilton Avenue, Iirooklyn. DuMi told tho pollco that last Wednesday evening his $2,500 nutomobllo had din- ippcsred from In front of No. 230 Hist Plftecnth Street. Tho pollco wcro notified of a stranger trying to scll'au automobile similar lo Duff er In walllngford. Conn., two days ago and defectives hurried there They learned the man bought thirty gallons of gasolluo which lie could not pay for nnd gav Instead one of Hi? spare tires. Tho Walllngford polite wcro Informed and detained Negrlnio until tho srrlvaJ of tho New Tork Do trctlvcs. Ncgrlmo said a garago man loaned him tho car for n ride. UJEI) MAS A .SUICIDE IX IIOMU FOIt TUB tl 1,1 XI). John Heckard, seventy-eight, an t.i mate of the Houko for the Aged and Destitute mind, No. 26U Grand Con course. Bronx, was found dead there to-day suspended to a transom by - cord of his dressing gown. Ho was ad mitted to tho Institution on Nov. 11, 1921. His address at that tlmo was N'o. 73'J Columbus Avenue. International Conference at Wash ington to Determine Control of Seized Lines. WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. An In ternational Confercnco to consider tho allocation of former Gorman cables In tho Atlnntic will be called In Wash ington next week. Acting Secretary Fletcher announce! to-day. Representatives of France, England. Italy, Japan nnd tho United States will lie nsked to meet and dctermlno the disposition of tho thrco cablo lines taken over under tho provisions of tho Treaty nf Versailles. WON HOLLYWOOD TRIP, SCORNS TO TAKE IT OKt.IIOMA XirKllIPP OUSTED KOU MISCOXIJL'CT. ARDWOrii:, Okla.. Fob. 17 liv.rk fiarrett, suspended Sheriff of Caller County, was found guilty by n jury in the District Court here to-day on the ftttJi count of ouster charges alleging misconduct nnd ordered permanenMv removed from office. Condition Itovrnlrd lj- Taylor Ca Make It I inlculrnlile, Says Girl. JOHNSTOWN, Pa.. Feb. 17. After winning u trip to Hollywood and other film centres. Miss Cecilia Correll, jeventeen, has refused to go Ixjcause of "conditions In Hollywood, as revealed by the hillln? of William Desmond Taylor." Miss Correll won the trip by poll ing tho most votes In a local popu larity contest. She says she was very nnxlous to get Into the movies and wanted to make tho trip until the Taylor Incident. Another young woman has beer selected to make the tilp. PLAN TO KEEP UP FIGHT FOR ENO'S MILLIONS Appeal Ilrlntt Prepared from Ver i diet IteelarltiK WIlJ liiiHil. J' Through tho executors nf 'he ; i . of Amos F. F.no. Columbia Pn'ven-ii v thu Metropolitan MuEiuim of Art. '.'i Society of Mechanics and Trmlcmeii New York University and oilier Insti tutions which stand to lose 7 SOU-OrO bv tho decision of a Jury bi-rore Sup rbgatc Foley yesterday In upf-til p his wlP ro nremrlmr in --w Tho hclrs-at-law of Mr. lino Include Girtord and Amos It. 12. Plnchot. Wil liam nnd Henry Luno Kno. Mrs. An toinette Wood. Lady Antoinette .lohn Ktone. Mrs. Florence Graves and Miss Mary P. Eno. They attacked the will "on the ground that Mr Kno wns "lent ally Incompetent when ho made his will nnd subject to undue Influence by friends of Columbia. The trial which ended, yesterday was the second. The Appel late Division granted an appeal for a new trial by tho executors after tho first verdict went against them. Counsel In the second trlnl were Clar ence J. Shcnrn for the executors and Mnx D. Steucr for tho relatives of Mr. Eno. JERSEY COMMUTERS HAVE TO WALK TIES nfapnte. or Spnnrti Willi Krle It. It. Hits NiilMirlinnlte. Train servlco on tho Krlo Railroad over tho old bridge neross the Pnsiai? Itiver at Newark was abandoned with out notice at midnight yesterday. In coming commuters Hi's morning wr compelled to leave trains at the west erly end of tho bridge, walk across the Ice and snow covered ties and board trains watting at tho easterly rldo. Unless suburban trnflie can be routed over nnother road or tho city of New ark allows tho Erie to lay tracks In Passaic Street connecting with a new bridge about 150 feet from the old. com milters will be forced to wn'k ncrns the br'dge Indefinitely. The old bridge Is unisfe nnd Hi- elty of Newark will not Allow the Krle to lay tracks unions It eliminate gride erosslnri-. l-WT'.fTT loJiv6rk Womew Whether it rains or shines you can always be assured of prompt laundry service every piece washed fresh and Immaculate and irontd beautifully with ut most care. Wallach's A Finished Family Laundry Service at the remir'nbly low cost of 21c per pound for equal amounts of flat work and per sonal clothing Combines econ omy, convenience and satisfac tion. Minimum charge $2.10. It selves your wash day problem. Further details upon request. WALLACH LAUNDRY ion 1 r rn,i p. jou ana ooi c. sum ot. . 'Phone riaza IS!. f iiininMHi.mi iiuilp., mm m This Orien tal Ring isallegedby Chinese to be almost uncanny in ts Dower to bring to the wearer Hullh fepptaexi, Prosperity, Long Ufa and Good Luck. The fad of the hour the country over. Don't accept Imitations! None Centime unless the is stamped inside, ui en today at your locsl walry stora. $fBO 1 IN SOLID STERUNGSILYIR . Altttuot Sc OIn. PI kg H 8 H No Connvetion With Any Other Eitaulfihrni.-it in tha World THIRTY FOURTH STREET qA Sale of Over 800 New Spring Silk Frocks For WOMEN and MISSES A. score of the smartest styles from our regu lar stock. New! The few we have pictured show that! In the modes accepted for Springtime wear. Original Price 35" Sale Wrice 1G.50 at H Si: o ; There is big variety for the Spring Mode has many smart phases. Frocks that arc far superior to the usual type of "sale" garments. For they represent the Worth Standard in every detail. Some are bloused and low-waisted, some straight and slim, some demurely basqued and bouffant. With plaitings, beads, embroidery and cording used effectively. Canton Crepe Crepe de Chine Roshanara Crepe Chifton Taffeta Knitted Crepe Canton Satin ew Spring Shades as well as Black, Brown and Navy 16J0 For to-morrow (Saturday) Ami Extraordinary Sale of Five H Med red Women's Tailored Sanits an eight smart models (including two with the modish box coat) variously developed Sim tweed, homespun smid mannieh mixtures; the coats siBk-lined throughout offering mosiuirjpassed valine at $20-0 Sizes: 34 to 44, indtnsive (Ready-do-wear Suits, Third Floor) Aoother Sale of . Women's AllwooD Jersey Dressei of superior qaaaBnty ; Sim the wanted foflack, at tlhe special price of $2800 (Ready-to-wear Dresses, Third Fioor) A Clearance Sale of Semiinniade Plaited Skirts (sizes, 26 to 34 waist measure; suitable for women and misses) smartly modieSed in navy or black tailor serve; also in plaid, black-and-white stripe, and navyandcolor stripe woolens at the greatlly reduced price of ' $6o5 (In the Wool Fabrics Department, First Floor). A Special Offering1 of 500 Pairs of Novelty Earr mg featuring the latest designs in these extremely popular ornaments; artistic, beautiful and, in many instances (at the highest price), set with sardonyx, Russian lapis, onyx, topaz and amethyst 1 extraordi ear illy flow-priced at '$1,85, 4.25 & 6.75 (Madison Avenue section, First Floor) flaiiuum Araniie-Jffiftlj Aumutr, $faiu $nrk JZttijj-fintrlh Bttttt 2JJjtrty-fiftIf Btxstt UtshrWtlitt Kin 11.00 ALSO IN I OK, 4K