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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1922.
Mad Ildtter Winning the Metropolitan Handicap As Society Attends the Opening of Belmont Park E" 77 v. OE AT WltPIN HOTEL Witness Swears Fake Rob- Washington Heights Wants Hints at Criminal Proceedings MRS ROBERTSON DEAD END run i 1 m imrnv i ii ii i i in i ii i iiiiii ill PLANNED HOLDUP NEW SUBWAY UNTERMYER TELLS UNION ORGANIZER AT POLO GROUNDS ; bery Was to Have Been 1 Staged in Hostelry. SHY OF GOTHAM' COPS. 13. R. T. to Extend Along St. Nicholas Avenue. tn i 111 MHCL'CLl i. r v Granite Body Dissolves. t I 1 ; John Bailey, on Stand, Says He Refused to "Pull Job" Here. (Special From Staff Corretpondent of Tho Evening World.) FREEHOLD, N. J., May 26. John Bailey, who has confessed he was cm ployed . b Mrs. Sarah I;. Robertson of Deal to hold-up her and her guests Feb. 18 so -she might make a $52,000 claim for Insuranco for tho loss of her Jowels, went on tho stand hero to-day In tho Monmouth County Court ns a witness for tho State In Mrs. Robert son's trial on charges of larceny and conspiracy to defraud Lloyd's of Lon don. He testified that last November Samuel Oasn engaged him to enact tho part of a hold-up man, using a pistol to "force" Mrs. Robertson and other guests to "shell out." Ho said It was planned to make the ''robbery" Nov. 80 or Dec. 4 but both were called off. "There was to be a key under the mat for me to get In with," he testi fied. "Mrs.' Robertson was to hand me her bag. One other guest, a man from Belraar with an arm broken, would offer no resistance; ho was In on It." In the middle of December, Bailey testified, the plans were changed to hold up the apartment of Mrs. Flor ence E. Pelletreu at No. 225 West S6th Street, pose as a real estate agent, threatening also to 'kidnap Mrs. Pel IttTcu's Bon. "I would, not tacklo that. I didn't want to try It In Now York. I also rr.fused to try a Job In the Hotel Mc Alpln, where Mrs. Robertson was to be," he testified. The plans then were made to rob the house at Deal on tho night of Feb. 18, he said. "I got to the house and saw every body laughing; that was the signal," lie continued. When he got In the house, whero D. F. Meyer, Edward Lazarus, 11. C. Taber and Miss Olive Robinson were guests of Mrs. Robertson, Bailey said lie pointed his gun and commanded everybody to 'shell out." VMrs. Robertson thrnw her pocket book at me," he testified. "It had paper In It. All tho money I was to get' was to go to me. I told Meyer to 'shell but,' but Mrs. Robertson shook her head. She raised her hand and 1 left." , The witness testified he carried a revolver and wore a mask. The re volver was a .25 callbro automatic, the mask a handkerchief with two holes cut In It. The witness put on the mask and Mrs. Robertson joined In the laughter of the courtroom. "Mrs. Robertson didn't laugh on the night of tho hold-up, did she?" asked Prosecutor Sexton. "She opened the door wide, grinned, but her grin changed to a frightened expression," Bailey re plied. He said he got $35 from Meyer and that he was to get $1,000 from Mrs. Robertson when she collected her In surance. Mrs. Robertson seemed no more disturbed by his testimony than she did yesterday when Samuel Gasn was testifying to virtually the same etory. She wore a new costumo consisting of a brown crepe dress embroidered with beads, brown shoes and stock ings and a bandeau of tullo of the same color about her auburn hair. A brown scarf was hung over her shoulders and sho wore a bouquet of wcet peas fastened on it. Unliko yes terday, when sho wore many jewels, die wore only one ring. Sho smiled radiantly at acquaintances. On cross-examination Bailey ad mitted ho told Andrew J. C. Stokes, Mrs. Robortaon's counsel, that he knew everything was "all right" when he saw that Meyer and Taber rwero at the house. Ho also admitted he never saw Mrs. Robertson before fbhe night of the hold up. Bailey was asked if he met a man named Jackson Hemlng on the train the day after the robbery and said to him, "I wUli I had the haul Meyer mndo last night." "No," tho witness answered. ''Did you know Meyer and Taber wero to be there at tho house?" Mr. Stokes asked. "I didn't know Meyer was to be there, hut I knew Taber was," re plied Rallcy. Mr Stokes Was attacked by Pros ecutor Sexton imd reprimanded by Judge Lawrence for his method of cross-examining tho witness when ho asked Bailey how many men he had killed. Sexton objected, and declared Mr. Stokes to be "Ignorant" of law. "That was highly Improper, Mr. Stokes," said Judge Lawrence. "If you do It again I'll dlsclpllno you." On redirect examination Ualley testi fied that Stokes came to him In Jail and asked him to write Moycr, saying that if ho didn't get him out of Jail ho would "tell all." Ho said he didn't write tho letter. Mrs, Harriet Weiss of Long Branch testified Mrs. Robertson had used her telephone on tho night of the robbery to notify tho Insurance company that Bhe had been held up. Then, she continued, Mrs. Robertson stayed and played cards. The witness said they nil had a pleasant evening. Mrs. itoberiBon did not ecenj ijpact, she WHY ASK WIVES TO "OBEY;" NEVER DO, SAYS JUSTICE 'Love, Serve," Honor and Keep," Is Marriage For mula of Magistrate. NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y., May 26. Judge Charles II. Piper has elim inated tho word "obey" fiom the marrlago ceremonies performed by him as Pollco Justice. "Wives never obey their hus bands, anyway," said tho Judge, "so why make the ceremony ridic ulous by Including that Injunc tion?" Tho Judge requires the bride to promise that sho will "love, serve, honor and keep her husband In sickness and In health." continued, but Mr. Meyer was some what nervous. H. C. Taber of Belmar, one of Mrs. Robertson's guests on the night of Feb. IS, testified he had been usked by Gosn If he would participate as a witness for a fake hold-up tp be held at Mrs. Robertson's house Dec. 1. "I hold him I wouldn't do It," Taber testified. He was asked by Mrs. Rob ertson to come to her house Feb. 18, ho continued, tho message coming through Gasn, who said Mis. Robert son wanted to see him on business. It was not believed Mrs. Robertson woul dtestlfy in her own defense to day as the Prosector announced that he had still ten witnesses to call for the State. ASKS CITY TO PURCHASE THE LITCHFIELD PLOT Klnga County Illntortenl Society I'ropnae Unfile Memorial. Charles A. Dltraas, President of the Kings County Historical Society, and Gcorso A. Tiffany appeared before the Board of Estimate to-day to urge the acquisition by the city, as a memo rial park, of the block lioundcd by Fourth Avenue, Third Street and Fifth Avenue and Fifth Streets, lirookiyn, known as tho Litchfield property. "The greatest fighting of the Hat tie of Lons Island took placo on this spot," said Mr. Dltmas. "Many pat riots arc burled there. It shoufd be preserved by tho city as a memorial park or playground." Brooklyn Borough President Hlcgel man isakt the only step that be can taken now lo acquire tho Litchfield property Is to appeal to lot purchase,! there not to build until the city has decided whether or not the land should be acquire. two imooKi.vN riiLitriiK.s to C'O.NSOI.lllATi:. Justice Falter In Supreme Court, Brooklyn, to-day signed an order au thorizing the consolidation of the Bed ford Heights and Sumner Avenue Bap tint churches under the designation of the Trinity Baptist Church. Tho sito of the now congregation was not Indi cated in the petition, which stated that tho congregations of both churches de slro the change. " coal sTitiifi: coxruruo'cu r;oi;s AWW FOIl WI'IKK, Union officials and anthracite opera tors, conferring In tin attempt to end the coal strike to-day, adjourned until next Friday without a further discus sion of the miners' tcply to tho demands of tho operators for a 21 per cent, wage reduction. MURDERCHARGE sjKi Clarence Schmei Admits He Saw Brother Drown Himself After Fleeing Home. John Schmcl Is back on his farm near Tuckerton, N. J., to-day, having been exonerated of the death of his ten-year-old son, Henry, through the story of Clarence, his sixteen-year-old son. The father had been arrested Tuesday after tho body of Henry was found In a little lake near his home. Clarcnco was taken as a witness yesterday and after ho had told how Henry jumped Into the lake, Prose cutor Jaycio of Lakewood ordered tho father's release. Tho Prosecutor Is sued this statement: "Tho story told oy Clarence was greatly different from that of his father, and 1 sent a country officer to Tuckerton, who brought tho boy back to tho County Jail at Tom's River, where his father was held. "There Kills Parker, noted detec tive from Burlington County, and I questioned the boy In tho presence of his father. Tho youth broke down and, while sobbing, told tho following story: " 'On tho afternoon of Henry's dis appearance, upon Henry's arrival homo from school I told father a Ho In order to-seo Henry, who I dis liked, get a beating. Henry went to the house and changed his clothes and-then came in tho hack yatd and father ran after him across the field. My brother outran fathc. and I took up the pmsuit. I chaocd him into tho woods near the iako and ho ran directly In. the illicctn of the water. " 'When 1 was lumiit flvo feet be hind him ilonrj jui'-pcJ from the bank of tho lako and disappear; d beneath the hassosk. fstajed at t io spot for some time and then climbed a treo overhanging tho lake, expect ing that I might seo mv brother's body beneath the muddy ourface. However, his body failed to como to the top and I was afraid to go home for fear of my father and afraid that I would bo arrested. '"I stayed out until after dark and then decided I would go home and tell my parents I did not seo Henry. "'I hao stuck to tho lie since the very beginning, but now I am telling tho truth.' " The boy related him ho had visited tha spot five times since tho day of tho dlsappcaranco and on one of theso trips tho officials of tho Prose cutor'a offico saw him climb the tree. 8I.AIN AS II K SAT ON STOOP. James TIerncy, sixteen, of No. 301 West 11th Street, was shot and killed while he was sitting on the rtoop of tin National UIfcu'i Company Building, No. 40 Weft 10th Street, nt 10.30 O'clock last night. Th- uss.i.iln escaped. A rmolver v.n found In tin hallway of " tenement ui .v.. 4LT ftnt li.tl. ?'trrt. Into wnieh t.Wi men i.i .. i . ..ciwuli aftei the shot was mod, icsldents of the .blick told thu police. BAR PROGRAM FIRE IN TENEMENT IS ANNOUNCED FOR CLASS EXERCISES "Dangerous Ages," Senior Show, to Be Given on June 2 and 3. Evelyn Orne of No. IS Clyd-i Street, Jamaica, will give tho vale dictory at tho class day exercises at Barnaid College, Juno 6, It was an nounced to-day. Eve M. ' Jacoby of No. 139 Claremont Avenue, ' senior class President, will give the saluta tory. Helen Warren of Perth Am boy, N. J., Is class historian. Following tho class history, a prophecy, arranged by Roberta Bun bacher of No. 628 West 151st Street, will be given. Edith J, Cahn of Lawrence, L. I., will present tho class gift to tho college, following which Vivian Tnppan will announco tho Phi Beta Kappa elections. "Dangerous Ages" is the tltlo of the senior show to bo given In Brincker hoff Theatre June 2 and 3. The cast Includes Eve M. Jacoby, Margot Emerson. Robert Dunbacher, Kva Hutchisun. Isabel Strang, Eva (iln.M.s brook, Louls.0 Schllchtlng, Helen Mack, Helen Dayton, Margaret Fo znndlc, Elianor Starke, Pearl Wach man, Leah Josephson, Veeta Sworts. Edith Wit nnd Elsie Johnson. Marguerite Gcrdau la Chairman of tho show committee nnd Helen Day ton, Llla North and Jane Dewey have chargo o.f tne staging, costuming and lighting. Margaret Talley Is business manager. President and Mrs. Nicholas Murrav 'Butler, Prof nnd Mrs. Jacoby, Mr. und Mrs. Cahn, Mr. and Mrs, Lowe, Dr. and Mrs. Griffin, Miss Bird Lar son, Miss Myrick, Mlas Weeks and Miss Abbott will be patrons and pa tronesses at tho sonlor dance In Students' Hnll June 5. AOAUIATV IIISTOIIIAX HACK FIIIIM FIIANCE. Amnnp thnaa nn Vina 4 - i.nnnti liner Rochambeau, which arrived from iiuvrs io-uay. was ma Kcv. II. Prince Heaude, a lecturer at St. Snlpn e Tfntl Mflnt,.al e . 1 1 . V. prlent took to Franco, to be presented u urn rienun Acauemy, nia IliMnty of tho Arndlans," a work compiled after eight years of rewarrh. 'phi- ! ald to he the flrt complete hnion of the people rnnde ramoim b!i Iwk fellow In Ids "i:v ingdlnn." I ' ' of this u i'. I!' Mr. It .ii made a member of the Ficmh I'vIj UcllU. J DISCLOSES STILLS UT OWNERS FLEE rhirty-Three Families Routed by Smoke and Fumes of Alcohol. Following nn explosion that blew out all the windows of a three-room apart ment on tho second floor of tho nix story tenement at No. Ti27 East 117th Street at noon to-day, a fire started which flooded the building with thick .smoke and a strong odor of alcohol. The thirty-three families In the bulld 'iig were driven from their apart ments, those on tho upper floors es caping by way of the roof. After firemen had extinguished tho blaze Policemen Glcason and Lcary of the East 126th Street Station Investi gated tho apartment and found It bare of furniture, but equipped with two galvanized btlllH about four feet high, twenty five-gallon cans of alcohol, n barrel of liquid that hinclled like alco hol nnd the remnants of about a dozen cans that had contained alcohol nnd had contributed their contents to the fire. Tho tenuntn weie unanimous In say ing that they did not know who occu pied the apartment. Two htinnge men have been seen entering and leaving, they said. DON'T HURL BRICKS, LAY 'EM, SAYS HAYS Movie Dictator Sees Pros perity for Country Just Ahead of LTs. PITTSBURGH. Pa., May 26. "pioipcrlty is right nhcad of us nnd It is time to go out and meet it,-' Will II, Hays, President of tho Motion Plo tuio Producers and Distributors of America, doclared to-day in Carnegie Instltuto here. N "I.et us lay bricks, not throw them," he said, "I cry continually for tho common sense of coinage, confidence, and co-opcrnt'on " Has spoke br.eflj on Ii suhject of censorship, ilcclailn- ' r public ' nil' oen'M foi ' 'inn pic ..!(, "Jiiht as 11 la tut the picss and tbt puSplU' Tries Cave Man Life at Tender Age of 10 Years But Ilohoken Lad Is Cured When His Victuals Arc' Entirely Consumed. Mlohacl Ribaudo of Hoboken start ed out to bo a cave man at the ten der ugo of ten and enjoyed tho expe rience for thirty-four houis. Ho Is nt hlc home, No. 314 Monroo Street, to-day, probably cured of his ond ncss for running away. He started for Public School No, 3 Wednesday morning, but thought better of It and wandeied off to Woo hawkpn, making a stand at last In a rocky, wooded strdtch knows as Wee hawken Cliffs. Ho had bought soino bacon, sausage and bread for tho ad venture, and In tho woods ho mude a cave. ' Tho adventuro went very well until 11 o'clock lust night when all tho provisions snvo a sandwich wero gone. Then ho ventured Into tho stieet, munching the lust few crumbs. John Schuster, who lives In Klngwood Avenue, found him an J took him to Wechawkcn Police Hoad luarters. His fathor was notified. HETTRICK CASE TOJURY TO-DAY Counsel on Both Sides Sums lTp in the Conspiniov Trial. Virtually all of to day's session in ihc trial of John T. Ilnttrick, lawyer, and others on indictments charging ronsplracy to cocrco master stcam fllteiH Into Joining Ilettrlrk's "code of practice" Hystnm, was spent hy coun sel In tho case In summations. The case probably will go to the jury this afternoon. Mux D. Steuer finished his summa tion shortly betotc noon, after ad ditslng the Jury in defense of his client. Ohnrles O. Witherwpuon, and the other four defendant!-. I'nimor Senator Martin Sheridan, lepresont ing M.-trtln McCue nnd John M Int. hoff, two of tho defendants, followed Mr. Steuer. Deputy Attorney General Chambeis will sum up' for tho prosecution this ufternoon. Jusllco Alverson esti mated his charge to the Jut v would take about forty-fh o minutes (illtl.S PI.KK I'llIKi ut.vsr IN m:vaiik ii it I'lrn caused $15.0W .ImiHKe nt the Karnge of Samuel Vei No 1171 l.lv lligHlnn Street Newark, to-dn The file followed an e.xilo.slon of alcohol and endangered th me hlork Sixiy inplnyees of the ioi n nn IiIiihh lliilli "n''.n. Hi No '.'T't Lhi'ifc-tui si 'eet !, ran "'ii In i i e' l.ili; tiutomohileH wcil damaged. No oaa xiu injur &. Conildernblo opposition to "dead ending" nt the Polo Grounds the B. R. T. Central Park West proposed ex tension of tho Broadway subway was expressed to-day by representatives of several associations of Wnahlngton Heights, who want tho extension to go up Eighth Avcnuo instead of Sev enth from 110th Street to 121st Street, along St. Nicholas Avenue to 176th Street nnd up Fort Washington Ave nue to 187th Street. The Washington Heights represen tatives, among whom worn M.iyer C Goldman, Reginald Pelham Bolton, Honry Pusternack, former Alderman James Forest, Chnrlcs S. Lubln nnd others, all fuvorcd tho Transit Com-, mission's plan, hut opposed the. 7th Avenue and 155th Street terminus. They were a unit In advocating that tho B. R. T. extension from Colum bus Circle should serve Washington Heights so its to glvo to that section both a B. R. T. and I. R. T. service. Mr. Bolton, an engineer, who ap peared for the Washington Heights Chamber of Commerce, said tho present plan of terminating the ex tension at 155th Street near the Polo Grounds would benefit thu 120,000 Negroes In Harlem and the transients who go to the Polo Grounds. Ha snld he was not adverse to serving the Negroes In Harlem, but added "I think there are some thing more Im portant than baseball parks " John J. Walker of tho Bedford Heights (Brooklyn) Board of Trade was also against the 155th Strcot terminus. Mr. Walker said that Brooklynltcs wanted to get quick access to the au tomobile section along Centrnl Park West, north of Columbus Circle, and he thought, too, that they wanted to go to Washington Heights more than to Hnrlcm, nnd "the only ad- vantngo In tho Sovcnth Avenue ter mlnnl will bo to our colored friends In Harlem, who want to use the B. R. T. servlco to Coney Islnnd." Copeland Townscnd, President of the Centrnl Pnrk West and Columbus Avenue Association, favored the pro posed routo up Central Park West, but thought tho terminal should be In Washington Heights. Mr. Town send was not In accord with tho pro posed trunk lino up Eighth and Am sterdam Avenues, for tho reason, ho snld, that the Broadway lino served tho territory to be served by the pro posed west sldo trunk line. Harry Pusternack, n department storo owner In Washington Heights, said the Chamber of Commerce of Washington Heights had circulated n petition nnd obtained 100,000 slgnu tures pleading for tho St. Nicholas Avcnuo routo Instead of the Polo Grounds terminus. ; Dudley. Harde favored tho west sldo trunk line up Eighth and Amsterdam Avenues, but. wanted tho terminal ex tended from 181st Street to Dyckmun Street. At tho conclusion of the hearing, Mr. Goldman thanked tho Transit Commissioners for holding tho public hearing and said tho Commission was approaching tho problem of rapid transit In the right spirit. Ho said the criticisms directed nt the plan wore constructive only, and not In any sense ngalnst tha general schema of unification of the tractlbn systems. CRAIG WINS VICTORY FOR QUEENS PEOPLE Reduces t() Per Cent. Tax to '20 for Extension of Northern Boulevard. Comptroller Craig was given an ovation by residents from Queens to- lay when ho succeeded In reversing a report of tho Commltteo on Assess ments which would have Imposed 40 per cent, of the cost of the widening und Improvement of tho Northern Bodlevard on tho Immediate neighbor hood. The Comptroller believed that inasmuch as the people In tho Imme diate neighborhood of the Improvo- mcnt are opposed to It, but would prefer assessments for sewors and other much needed dovelopmcnts, thoy should not be taxed more than 20 per cnt. for tho boulevard. Tho Estimate Board voted to sustain the Comptroller. The borough will pay 30 per cent, nnd tho city at least 60 per cent. Tho reversal of the assessors' rn- port wns brought about by Mr. Craig after a large delegation of Queens property owners had vigorously pro tested that tho extending of Northern Boulnvard did not Initiate with them; that It benefited only Sunday auto- mohlllsts who travel Into Nassau County, and that they would bo will Ing to pay almost any amount for tho laying out of streets anil tho In stallatlon of up-to-date sewers in stead. The extension otherwise known ai Mroadway-Jackson Avenue, will te 100 feet wide and will run from feme tery. Lnne to tho eastern iboundury of tho city. B.OOrt I'Ol.lt'KHKN TO IIIVK CIMl Mt'.MON lllli: VKI" ST. The branch of Holy Name Society of the Police Department, Brooklyn and Queens sections, will hold their anminl communion breakrant on June 11 at Troniniers. Bushwlrk Parkway and Con way Street. It In expected 5,000 polio -men will he In attendance. Tho police iiikii will nttenil nias in the Church of due l.,'h "f !.nurlr. llroadway ami Aberdeen Street. They will receive com muolod nnd then o to tha breakfast. Samuel rntcrniycr Interrupted the examination or Jacob Goldntonc, gen eral organizer of the Hikers' nnd Con fectioners' Union of Amcrlcn to-day to make this threat: "I will give you until to-night to close the union stole In Avenur C." Tho Intimation was that criminal proceedings, would be taken ngnlncf Goldstonc nnd local officers of, th" Jowlsh Bakers' union charging con spiracy to ruin Max Schleslnger of No, 29 Avcnuo C, nnd others. Testimony to prove tho extent to which union methods can go In tyranny and ruthlrssncss, with the Jowiish bakers ns an example, has been taken at length In order to Im press upon tho committee tho need for a Btate regulation of tho finances of building trade unions and their actions which affect other than union members and omplojers, Schleslnger yesterday said he had sought permission to dlsuhargo a baker because of tho falling off of his (business. When he became Insist ent ard took tho matter before the Executive Board ho said a strike was ordered on his place and a boycott was enforced by a picket, made up of his former employees aided hy hundreds of men, women and boys. He obtained an Injunction and tha union opened a rival bakery. In which It sold bread and rolls far holow the cost of manuufneture, ruining him and other brtkers In the vicinity. He was also Informed that a heavy fine hnd been Imposed Upon . him, the amount of 'which, though' kept necret, was so great that It would, prevent him earning his Hying ns a Journeyman baker should he, try to re-enter tho union after his busi ness as a master baker had been ruined. , Goldstone testified that the union had raised a fund of $15,000 to es tablish the punitive union bakery. lie said the international union had tried In vain to persuade tho toca! unlonn to agree to arbitration with the master Jewish bakers and. that the International union could not dictate to tho locals. i Daniel H. Brown, No. 495 Eighth Avenue, Brooklyn, a grnnltn con tractor, testified that ho was a member of tho firm of John Brown & Son of Pecksklll, N. V., with local offices at 141st Street nnd Ryder Avenue, tho Bronx. He declarcd,thut a meeting Saturday afternoon of", tho Building Kranlto Manufacturers', As- soclatlon, at which all members were cither present or represented, by proxy, the association unanimously voted to dissolve nt onco Imd in struted Its counsel to draw up th". necessary paiwrs. Mr. L'ntcrmyer tend Into tho rccpr,' a letter received from tho Archil' c turnl Iron and Bronze Atuwiatlo'i, which held a mccllng May IS .n Chi cago, with eight niPinbeiH present, and voted to dissolve. Frank C. Perkins, Coniinlstlouei Public Affairs of Buffalo, whh the nc witness. He was called in coutititk i with tho matter of vnrlou.i cunt met and recommendations for public schools In Buffalo. Mr. Perkins tahl that a recommendation of tlio Hoard of Education for $8,000,000 in 1919 for new school buildings wns Increased to $14,764,761 In 1921, hater, Mr. Per kins said, with additional njlownuceit for equipment and other changes, tho ninount was Increased to $19,867,301. It was brought out that a substitute recommendation was later made to the City Council which amounted to between ten and cloven million dol lars, Mr. Untermycr said that many bids wore rejected following tho last visit to Buffalo of the Lockwood com mittee. "DIAMOND WORTH $400" PROVES TO BE BAUBLE Bmll Valda of No. 247 West 42d Street, Manhattan, was found guilty of grand lsrceny In the second degree be fore County Judge MacMahon ands. Jury In Brooklyn to-day. The com plainant was Joseph Olll, proprietor of a restaurant and hotel at No. 353 IPur uinn Street, Brooklyn. Olll said that on April 10 Valda of fered him a Mono he said was a dia mond worth $100 for $200.' Gill bought It loiter he lenined 11 waj a piece of glass, ho said. The next da Valda telephoned Olll he hail another stone to sell. Gill told hlin to bilng II around, and when Valda arrived, called a policeman. Valda will ho sentenced Monday. Until you've tasted Ancre Cheese you can't know how delicious a rich, cream cheese flavored with genuine Roquefort, really is J CHEESE f M M.d. br SHARPLCSS. ThlU. 7Q 1 1 The World's Harlem Officd Now Located at 2092 7th Ave. Near 125th St. mm ih,kre& flWiiPPifll 4 ' i'A r t