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THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1913. YOAKUM AND WILSON CHARGED WITH FRAUD Promoter Accuses Railroad Man and Ranker in Ntoek I teal. WANTS CONTRACT ENDED 125 Baker Sa.vH They Got shares From Him by Deceit. Benjamin F. Yoakum of the St. UMlls and Han FYanclaro and the Chicago and Eastern Illinois railroad Is charted with f i niifl and derell In a complaint flled In thi Supreme Court saalnst him and Mar ley Pa-ton Wilson, head of the banking firm of H. P. Wilson Co. at IE Broad street, as a result of a project to locate a nianufarturlna; plant at Farmlngdale. L. I., where Mr. Yoakum has an extenalvs country place. The plulntlff la Thomas 8. Baker, who i riiRaced in promoting a corporation known n the Bteel Product Knamelllng; Company, and was soltrttlna; subscriptions to mock. ;iker says that while ha waa ptMMtlM the company he urged Mr. Yoakum to hecomc a stockholder. Me was told, he says, by Aclolph Bausch, Who lues at Kimiilnfrilalr and la president of a corporation at 1 Kaat Thirty-third itreet. MMnhuttHti. thii If Baker would have the factory of 'the Htuel Product Enamelling Company located at Farming dale he would get subscribers to 300 shares of preferred stock at 110.000 and that Mr. Yoakum would take a block of the took. Sara Partner Fell Uonn. Baker aaya that he got auhacrlptlons to 110 IBONS of the stock and had the fac tory located at Farmingdule. He said that hi HUbacriptlon to 610 shares of the lock were dependent on Hausch aelllng the other S00 shares Haunch was able to dlapose of only 116 share, leaving 13 shan a unsuhtH-rlberi. The plaintiff aaya that lie then told Yoakum, who had become interested in having the factory built, that unless the other lis. 500 worth of stock was taken the project would fall through. He prom ised that If Mr. Yoakum would subscribe for the unsold block of stock he would transfer a block of common Mock as a bonus. Baker say that Yoakum then referred, him to Wilson, who. aa he knew, had al ways acted as broker for Yoakum in the latter slock transaction. Baker allege that Wilson then toid him that h" had a "client" who mould take the 15 Rhare of preferred stock at 111.601 if he could gel 125 share of common stock as a bonus. Baker cays he understood that the "client" mentioned wa Yoakum, and because of hi dealre to get Mr. Yoakum Into the company he ogreed to give the 126 shares bonus. ItOOli Plnlaed. He . The plaintiff chargea that Wilson had no tuboarlbor to the stock at the time it mas transferred to him, but that aa soon a he got the ls" shares cf preferred and gt shares bonus he pledged it with the Mechanics and Metal National Bank, of Which Mr. Yoakum la a director, for a 1o;hi of 111,500, and thus. It Is aliened, h" converted the stock to the us. s of hini t if and Tookttnt Baker alleges thai in order to save all the stock from being sold upon the non payment of the lis. 500 loan he paid off the loan and got back the 15 shares, of prefi rrcd stock. Wilson refused to return the ItG shares he got as bonus on the ground that it belong-d to hlni. Ila! r allet;!s that Mi. Yoakum didn't initial to arrange for subscription to the stock In good faith, but "for the purpose of ehiatina and defrauding the plaintiff Ottt of the bonus of stock he offered, nor did lie as a client intend in good faith to BttbSOrlbS and pay for the stock." The plaintiff MkOd the court to rescind the contract under which he gave the Stock liunu and that the defendants be compelled to return the stock. He also aeked that they be enjoined from dispos ing of the stock pending the suit. Yoakum filed an answer yesterday de nying the charge against him. and want the complaint dismissed on the ground thftt It I improperly drawn. STENOGRAPHER HELD AS FORGER Accused nf I'aaalag Bad ( heck li ter He Left Kroployer. Joseph C. Morris, a stenographer. 23 years old. of 940 Bast 173d street, was held in 11,500 ball for further examina tion by Magistrate Campbell in the Tombs policy court yesterday on a charge of forgery. He was married only four months sgo ml his bride sat nesr htm in the court room. Detectives allege that the young wife tried to prevent them from arresting Morris last Wednesday night on com plaint of Cyrus IS. Kidney, manager of a storage house at 100 Hudson street. Morris also resisted, they say, and It waa necessary to beat him Into submis sion. According to Manager Kidney, Morris had access to the check book of Edgar W. Murphy, owner of the storsge house, who employed Morris aa a stenographer and bookkeeper. On .September 11, Kid ney says, Morris left Murphy's employ after taking six blank checks. Kidney alleges that Morris signed Murphy's name to one of these checks and received i 119.86 on It from Kahn Bros, of 1551 outhern Boulevard. Dotective Whalen says thst Morris eon fessed the forgery to him, but this Morris would not admit In court. The detective declare that another cheek, made out for II SO and signed by Morris with Murphy's nsme, was mailed by the young man to himself. When It was not delivered to him, the detective say. Morrll complained to the post office authorities. COWARD EMPLOYEES AT DINNER Proprietor Deliver Impressive Talk at tsasal Oatherlag. The annual dinner and gathering of the employees of James 8. Coward, orig inator and proprietor of the Coward shoe, was held last evening st Moquln's res taurant, 149 Fulton street. After the dinner, enlivened by music, Mr. Coward delivered a talk to hi guests. He won his audience with his first sen tence and whh warmly applauded at fre quent interval. A speech of appreciation was mads on behalf of the employees, followed by earnest remark by the sevsral depart ment heads of the Coward store. Music snd social intercourse clossd an avening of enjoyment and helped to cement the spirit of mutuality and co operation existing between an honored and generous employer and corps of ef ficient and faithful employsss. Rubber Co. Preside! Mlaalag. Samuel Blum, president of ths Brook, trn Rubber and Metal Company of II and 30 Front street. Williamsburg, who lived with his wlfs and one child at 110 Rngsrt avenue, has been missing for ten days and his relatives fear hs has mst with harm. He was last seen by persons who knew him In a saloon at Allen and Division sirens. New York, where ho had two checks cashed. Hs was known to have had about 1100. which ho was t nv deposited in Brooklyn bank. JJWJ LA' lanossT Mass or a so A 4.00 0MOC IN TMC WORLD .an ausiNtoa BOTOCaPITAL. I W.L. DOUGLAS' $3.50, S4.00 & S4.SO SHOES T OOK In W.L.DotifflftSKtore windows and MJ voa will aee shoes for aj3 .00,414.00 and , 4.60 that are just aa Rood In atyle, fit and 1 wear as outer mum coating; vo.uu to m i.uu, the only difference la the price. 8 hoe In all leather, atyle and shape to Milt everybody. If tou could visit W. L. Douglas larare fac tories at Brockton, Mass.. and aee for your self how carefully W. L. Douflaa shoes are matte, you wouiti men unuerstann wny tney re warranted to tit better, look better, bold their ahape and wear longer than any other make for the price. Th lost $9.00 it $9.(0 Beys' IkoM ia ths World. OAUTION t ir.kzi3 Srwsr TSSI ISO SVSSTITVTS. If W. L. Dasglas ihoe. see set for sal In naretetaltr, ante duvet W. L. DOUCLAt STORES IN CHEATER NIW YORK: 8 Xassan Street. T8B llrnariway. enmer ath Street. aa llroadway, cor. 14th St. Tnlnn Sq.i IS4 H roadway, corner Mth Street. 14 an H roadway limes Square. 04 Third Avenne. 14 Third Avenue. SSOS Third Avenue, corner 1 SOt b Street. TT Third Ave., bet. 14th 147th Stt. S4S Eighth Avenne. aa Ehxhth Avenne. ISO West ISStli Ntreel. IIIOORI.TN 41 r niton Stroet, eerner Pearl Street. 7OS-7I0 rlrnadwav. corner Theratea St. 107 It road war, corner Oate Avenne. 41S Fifth Avenue, corner 11th Street. 177 ritk In Avenne. JERSEY IITT-S4 Newark Avenae. XEWARK-aal Bread Street. P ATRRSOK-IM Market St. ,oor. Clark TRENTON -101 E. State .. A NATIONAL Brownin CLOTHING, HAT3 own aw vy vasy V iNSTmmorr ing& Co AND rURNISHlNGS What We Say Is So A good name is the whole secret of success. It is because "What we say is so," and people know it, that the simple announcement of our Fall Styles in Suits and Overcoats brings a ready response. The new styles are most attractive and we have half a dozen exclusive models to show you. $15 to $40 The B. K. & Co. Special Hats, both Soft and Stiff, are the best to be had at the price: $3.00. All Stetson Hats, $3.50 to $10.00. BROWNING, KING & CO. Broadway, near 32nd Street. Cooper Square at 5th Street. Fulton Street, Brooklyn. A New Collar, Long on good Points m0 BRAND N V 2 for 25 Cts. SHIRT HOH FALL, RKD-atAM LABBL, II, U lROgtOIS LAUKL. tj.10 EARL & WILSON ItAKWUI OF TROT'S REST PRODUCT, ISAAC 61MBEL DINED ON RETURN FROM TRIP Is Guest at Celebration (riven in Waldorf-Astoria by Employees. At a dinner Riven to lease illmhel at the Waldorf-Aatorla last nlsht there were present about a hundred of the buyer, managers and assistants of ths New York store of Uimbel Bros. The dinner was primarily a personal tribute to Mr. Uimbel. who recently has returned from a trip abroad. In voicing" the welcome for the buyers and managers Mr. Hotf hkln said : "Mr. Uimbel, we have met here this evening to give you the most im pressive evldenre wo can of the heartfelt feeling with which we welcome you home. But there is something more In our minds than the mere coining back from a much needed trip abroad. This occasion is sim ply ths peg to hang a little testimony upon, and from the people who have been working with you In the great game that haa been played by Uimbel Bros. In New York during the past three years. "It Is three years this mouth since Unit great building across Broadway was filled with merchandise and manned with S.O00 people but didn't have a customer. To day It Is one of the busiest stores In America's greatest city." Mr. Uimbel replied : "Ths pleasures of a trip abroad srs wonderful. There Is so much to see. so much to enjoy. But the greatest pleasure of a trip abroad Is getting back home. "The hearty handshake such a havs bon glvsn me to-day make me feel that life Is worth living. This occasion caps the climax. It is the greatest plsasure of all. It just malts the heart. "I havs been honored before by friends in this way. but never have I been so plessed. I appreciate It more than I can tall you." After Mr. Uimbel' response the senior brother, Jscob uimbel, spoke; also Mr. Duggan and several of the buyers. STOCK EXCHANGE SEAT $49,000. Orrltae of $1,00 Front the l.at sale K. 10. Solawoa Is Barer. Ths sals of a Htock Kxchunge sest st 141,000, a decline of $1,000 frbm the last previous sals, nas announced yesterday. Ths sest wss that of Krank u. Hrhoon maker and ths purchaser waa Frank' UK Solomon. At oris tims this year a stock Winhaagi Real boys want real boys' clothes. The sort that are made to stand hard wear, and have a boyish style not little old men's suits. In our boys' suits, as in men's, we put only the best of all-wool fabrics, thoroughly tested by expert examiners. They are made just as care fully as our men's clothes too -even to the smallest details. And all at moderate prices. Each of our stores is a complete boys' store. The best of boys furnish ings, hats, shoes and Sport ing Goods to supplement the best of boys' clothing. Rooms Pest Company, Throe Broadway Stores at at at Warren St. 13th St. 34th St. ssat sold ss low as IS7.000, while th highest pries on record Is t(.000. Hldnsy H. March and Bdward W. Clu es war elected numbers of th ea chang ysstsrdasv Store Opens At 8:30 A. M. Store Closes A16M h. M. R. H. Mae Co.'s Attractions Are Thslr Low Pries. star 1 HrM Ssiuar SasAw7 B'wayJoUitaUUiaH. Goods Here Advertised On Sale Friday. Use th Escalators, Safe, Quick. Conetnltnt. Autumn WRAPS and COA TS TAILORED SUITS Newest In RICH New FABRICS In Modes and MA TERIALS Afternoon Wraps are featured in many charming models in the Macy collection of Outer Garments, displayed on the Third Floor. Broadway: A BUCK SILK VELVET WRAP. COPIED FROM A PARIS MODEL, is distinctively Russian in style; the deep belt is of black satin and bands of skunk-dyed raccoon edge the fronts and the deep cuffs. Priced f 134.00. At) AFTERNOON COAT OF TAUPE FAILLE SILK in Empire model, has collar, revers and cuffs of Scotch mole skin, and is lined with soft satin in the smite exquisite shade as the fur. Priced 194.75. iH. IBB i-jBH Draped Coats tne of Broadcloth Z6.75 uib-snW. Black brocaded velvet in ef fective pattern is used for the collar and cuffs of this graceful garment, made of a heavy lustrous black broadcloth, and lined throughout wh soft satin. $34.75 Imported Coats of "Broadtail" Cloth In a lustrous, finely marked fur-cloth. imitating broadtail fur: full length gar ments, fastening far to the left, have shawl collar and long revers. Lined throughout with soft but serviceable satin. Imported Coats sA 7r of Black Silk Valour $39.75 Fashioned of a vary superior quality of velour, this K length model is on straight, lender lines, and is lined throughout with satin. The large shawl collar and cuffs are elaborately braided with silk braid. $48.75 Imported Coats of Black Silk Velour Very handsome garments, the deep collars and long revers effectively trimmed with wide silk braid, soutache, let beads and rope silk embroidery. The back slightly shaped and the cut away fronts fasten .with a hand-made ornament. Lined with pale grey peau de cygne. $54.75 Imported Coats of Black Benealine Full length garment of verv heavv ribbed Bengal:ne silk, lined witn pale grev peau de cvgne. l arge sailor collar, long revers. cuffs and deep border at toot, nchlv embroidered in black silk braid. An unusually handsome coat. A New SECTION Especially For the BABIES '., We have established a De partment that the mothers of voung babies and children will verv greatly appreciate. It is helpful and'eomprehensive and every item is at a saving. A Gradual Nuraa U at th command f mother far advice and just such sufiestiana as young mothers crave and a often really need. Of course. no diarg a for her advice. Just an inkling of the hundreds of things we have provided '.or the tiny, tenacious ruler of the home Baby and a few juggestions as to average of prices: Egyptian Cradle). $32.50. Complete Sterilized Outfits Bahy Stales. $4.74. Wash Stands, complete. $11.89. Trimmed Baby Basket. $5.94. For Mothers. $5.49. Complete Outfits for the New Baby, $487 . Thi outfit ronixt ol tao I'lannrl Bandf, io Hblrts, tan KlannrlKs Pinninic Blanket, Mr Klanneleltn rettiioatw. on? Nainook Petticoat, ihros Mornini: Xii. two Pay Ore with vokr. our- t.'rorliei MCqUS, two pair of Booties twelve hemmed diaper. l WmrnuM pkrCSS in all Other Complete Outfits from $9.87 to $99.61 The outlit at $9.H7 has 36 pieces, and others ;it prices ranging gradually higher have 44 pieces, SJ pieces, pieces, etc. Outfits of lin-t short clothes, at correponding prices. All sorts of special pieces for the accomrnodat ion of Babies' clothes: cradles. berceauN. wardrobes, clothes trees, folding bathtubs, travelling toilets and every conceivable sort of supply for Babies. Estimates for special outfits will be submitted upon request. In the splendid new Infants' Wear Department is apparel for children of every age, from infancy to five years. Ask for a copy of our prettily illustrated hook. "The Sunshine in Our Home," published for distribution without charge to mothers. The Wedding Cake and Its "Bixiris" Macy's has established a new and unique Depart ment for the supplying of Cakes for Fall and Winter Weddings. These will be furnished made of either plain or rich ingredients, and will be dec orated with any degree of elaborateness desired. Prices are much below those asked by specialty Shops. Bakers and Confec tioners and Caterers gen erally. Macy's prices range from 13.S9 to S2S.00. A very large and complete assortment of decorative ornaments are shown. Our product is the equal of that of the most exclusive and highest-priced caterers. Macy's specializes in in dividual Wedding Cake boxes. These may be plain or Okl English, in mono grams of silver or gold. Prices are from tIS.OO a hundred upward with 14.00 per hundred additional for monograms. Orders are being booked now"Tor dates considerably in advance, but orders can be filled very quickly where such is the necessity. An expert in all matters pertaining to the catering for weddings is constantly in attendance 'for the pur pose of advising those who wish to consult him. For his services there is no charge. wwa viasr. aim Ht Hersail rieor. .'ISth Ht.. Rear. MISSES' & CHILDREN'S "RIGHT-SHAPE" SHOES "Fniisl "Right-Shaps" i , siiiiw in m Rights lor Every Toe" i apptar- ancr are llkoanv other footwear or hi ii . trade; fill comfort they Hrw in a vnm ny tnemseivas. no shoe out upon ordinary lima can be compar ed with thorn Kvery 1o In a "Right-Hhap" Khon haa room for natural de velopment and ia normally placed. The result are grace of oarriaga. a springy stp, ab sence of fatigue, and no corns or bunion. Owing to th peculiar con struction, and also because th wearer is comfortable in them. "Might-Shape Shoe neither chafe the foot nor wear the boas. "Right-Shape" High Cut Button Shoot With at rung, -durable solos, of patent leather. guntnetal calf and tan Russia calf. $1.69 I $1.98 Si.r S to Hlze U 11 to 3 $2.39 Sisss IX to IH 'Right-Shapo" Regulation Height Button Shoos Stout, strong sole. $1.11 Masssii Ounmetal cslf and sli-nt tlrather. $U9 Hlsss UK U I Ounroatal calf and patent leather. Sisss IK to IH Ounmrtsl calf only. The combination of broadcloth with velvet or plush is most effectively employed in the newest models in the Macy collection of Suits, Third Floor, Broadway. AfsMrt PI tn ssft Is saWr is employed for tne blouse coat of a suit at $124.00, with collar of fitch. The "peg top" draped skirt is of broadcloth with plush bands at foot and forming the centre panel. Phm ohr Silk Fhuk is cleverly combined with broad cloth of the same rich shade in a Suit at i74.7S. The coat of the plush has gray moire vest, collar and cuffs with skunk dyed raccoon bands. Models advertised are in stock, sizes S4 to 41. Bedford Cord Blouse Suits $32.75 lUuMrtUd. The graceful lines of this model are notably clever, and the broad braid strapping gives it a smart military air. Collar and Cuffs are of Bengaline silks and large but tons of braided soutache trim both satin lined coat and draped skirt. In wide wale Bedford Cord navy blue, taupe and black. Norehy-Chock Worsted Cutaway Suits $36.75 h long rolling Strictly tailored model, the coat with revers and velvet overlaid collars, satin piped, cut on straight lines. Covered buttons and loops emphasize the long lines of the panel back. Inset pleats are fea tured in the severely tailored skirt. In brown with Mack, and navy with black "cube" check. Latest AUTUMN Models In Misses' APPAREL Evening Wraps of rich hued velvet fabrics are high in favor and are extremely picturesque with their graceful draperies. Notable among tne many Wrap of this type in the Macy collection of Misses' Apparel, on the Third Floor, 35th Street, are: A DRAPED WRAP" of chiffon plush in "pavone" blue, lined with crepe de chine, in gay floral pattern. Square collar and deep cuffs are of chinchilla squirrel. Priced $69.73. All models advertised are in 14. 16 and 18 years. Afternoon Gowns a of Panne Velfet, $36.75 Illustrated. A silk velvet of exauisitelv suoole quality is used for this model, with vest of white silk net with shadow lace frills and pastel toned em broidery. Pipings of satin finish the epaulet shoulders, cuffs and girdle. In Copenhagen, beige and black. AN EMPIRE COAT of "Persian Rose" plush, is richly lined with white satin. Cording finishes all seams and oval jet buttons trim the shirred back. Priced $4$. 73. Street Frocks A M . of Sorgo and Plaid, $24.74 ' Compose" Dresses with coat effect of serge in. solid color and draped skirt of plaid, or the same model may also be had in plain serge, White crepe de chine vest, cream lace collar. Very smartly tailored and of jaunty style. In navy blue. Chetiot Diagonal Serge Suits, In fine quality heavy cheviot, this model has ;i coat cut on kimono lines, with velvet collar and cuffs and heavy cords and ornaments trimming the draped back. The skirt, draped at the side, has tiny tucks at the top and a novel belted back. In brown, navy and taupe. $23.74 Two-toned Boucle Cloth Topcoats, $16.74 Slightly cutaway three-quarter length model with kimono yoke and sleeve effect, in one piece. Deep collar arid cuffs are of plush and the garment fastens close to the tjiroat with large fancy buttons novelty stripes. sss.LT W B KSflaaaaw "W ill EtnWaWM In black and blue Trimmed MILLINERY EXCEPTIONAL Values For Friday and Saturday A Spatial Display of arnori out Inexptnstte Trimmed Hats The unprecedented success of our higher grade Chapeaux jram MM upward -does not lessen our efforts to offer at a' I times a splendid selection of Hats at $4.96 to $9.89. ,Xu 2r M,i,linery. BtJoti (Stcond Floor, .ttth Street) a collection of 500 Tailored and Trimmed Hats at $4.96, $5.94, $6.89, $8.89 and $9.89 awaits your inspection. All are soft, handmade, effects in black and the new colors. in very newest Typical of the values offered are the two Hata pictured. x Stmi Drus Hob (upper illustration) of fine quality silk velvet, in soft effect with high raised back. Moire ribbon and a pair of feather "butterfly wings" smartly posed are She on"? mmmms. In black, navy, brown, taupe and green. Priced w.4. . Tricorne Dress Hals in all black. Adapted from a favnr ite Pans model-in soft effect-made of silic velvet and This ultra fashionable hat is trimmed with an imported feather fancy and a moire bow. Priced $9.81 'r Sterling SILVER Vanity CASES (ifa) Now $10.49 HL HWJSHHWW- 9VmJh$jAfmwad in delicate .u e eiiewrwn space tor initial. The Back is plain no ished i Tonooram mav he tnirivol ik.... it j ': ' j '"V." rsnea so for two sfzes of cJin and! mirror, a ouff . 3 In three very pretty oatterns. e7h w.Vh "nJ5 - - smS invcr wrist floral or stripe effecrrwith mat a large monogram may complete the case. chain. As noted above, Macy's "Lowest-in-the-Citv" oric a far tk. r u STERLING Silver Hand BA GS, $24.89 Maey, usual prke S29. 89 T We have found Bags almost identical on sale elsewhere at no Th srTSlwaW&nSiT TiZk K.wCr33 SJtt. HBL". WUl. Urtlined -' ia mains auacnea. Mala ri aj 84th St.