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THE SUN, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1918. OELRICHS FREED ON . CONFESSION OF GIRL Miss Singleton, in 'Signal State niont, Admits Fulsity of Stubbing riiarge. TKMiS OF II KH 0VX ACCOM) MflgMi'nii' Snys Young Man's Innocence Should lta Spread I'm as A it n sat ion. Tlic Unit lii.uiinK yi'Htciil.iy o ilia iluisc of fetniiliiiii an-Htilt IiluuRht niilfiet IJi-r-n.mii oilrli-hf by l.ticlli- Sltitflttim n- ulu-il In ii ri'lilUK vliullrntlim of Mr. i N lrlchf. MiiKlstriiU' I'ri'cclif In tllamlsn ., thu clminc In llarlrm pollci- court s.ilJ It win tin- court's duty t r.miiVB utlrrly tli xllKtim Hint (nut t'CPH placed upon Mr. Oelrlclis liy thf younK woman's adniUU-illy fnh.o nocus.itlon. Alt.iM District Attorney Jumo O'Mul Icy. to wliom thi lrl khv? a uli-'mil utate m.nt on l'rlday In which shu udinltti-d the falsity of hrr llrnt utatemcllt Hut Oelrlch'a 'hud xtabloil her Ik-ciuum- lw In sisted on IruvliiK lilm to kwp an ciikuk'' fnent with another Oolumlil.i student, mudfl ....j-..i. v.i. 1.iUtt iiIh l.'rl'iiHll liar- rating tho facta of th withdrawn! tit tho lrl charBH anu iyiuw ixwuvm, -.i. O'Malley'a iitciiographer. who took the tai nt atatcmcnt from the jjlrl. nwore to It. Charles 1L btrontt. attorney for Mr. Ostrich. nskd one iiuwtlon of tho Unographer. "Was 1 or any rpirsentatlvo of Mr. Qlrtch3 present whin Oils contention w mite by Miss Stngletonr ho asked. The tenouraphcr wild that ho was not, whereupon Magistrate Krcschl called Mr. Oelrlchi to Oi bar. Oclrlchs had coma to nourt with Mr. 6tron and MarUn It. Tay lor of Strong's office. Magtftrate Fitchl told Mr. Oclrlchs datant District Attorney for a dismissal Thlacase camo before Mmslitrate Krotel on a. go-called short iiinaavlt.'" nM the Magistrate. "This Justllled the Mugl. trate In holding the defendant. Now It n moved that tho defendant bo discharged on the facta revealed lu the evidence taken before me. It must bo a comfort to tho community to know that we have a District Attorney who will nave from further humiliation and luJunUcn 'und.wlll protect an Innocent man. Irouunend the District Attorney for getting, at. Hie. truth In this c.uw. It 1 an example 4f hop-easy It Is for a person to be Mccund.of;a,hjplniV rime without foundation. It. Is 50 eaAy to make false charge. 4 "It now becomes our duty to , reinore the stigma attached to thow chut ties. This case lias Ik-.h k!vim wtdv publlclt)' be cause of the defendant's social promi nence. It H terrible to 'think thst one khould suffer for chargen miul by another while lntolc.it-d. It Inhooves American Jutle.- t- rUht thl wroiiK. "Vour molul promlnenii- requires 'that our inniM-nre be siire.nl as well a our .irrect. but aside from your utiitluli In .Ife will ire t b- placed on an eitul footli'n; with tb" p.N.iet and humblest iiH.itiMi 110 mine fnlrlv ami wit'.ui'it l. or Your nchts here deiirnsl 1 II Ii. I... . r-. I IIIO K.lttHtll'ri . .1111 ........ - - lb. 11 nu felony 1m be n omipounrt'-d heie 111 I. Ill .ith'V 1 II.. f i.ii ili-i li.iipi'l the prlnniM Mr. Snoiiu wuj- askid a If a loaVtflt the r.niiV whethyr M. nelriehii hail de ride.l to 'bilnk' suit iiKiilnst .MIH Slmtliitoa 111 imv conn. II. -iild that the niatt.-r i le liiK i-oualili ieil. nltlioiiKh it Is unlllie!, .C.-i Sliulelon's. Tntli'ii-. wbii is said to lie n fnlrly well to do tnlnlnc " man of I'all.M, Tes., is oi 1 hiv iiv to New Vork. It I not kniiMii J11M when he will arrive, nut It l Mild tb.it wheit he rutins tiere h will take tin- ulrl b.u-k linme with him n soon us imsidbie. Commissioner Waldo .iniiotineed jistei dav that Tliiiidoie Trayer. the ilitietlr. wlio was reduced because he failed to jeport that Mls SiiiKleton said she bed lHn stalibed. will baVe to stand trial In spite of the turn nhlcli the e tse has taken. NEW HOSPITAL FOR BAY RIDGE. per In llrookljn Academy In Aid at the- Project. Hesldents of the !!ay IHdue Iiit of Brooklyn are working to extend the sphere of usefulness of the Hay Itldce Hospital, which now occupies a small building in Sixtieth street near Second nveiiiie. It Is proposed to eteet n modern building. There Is no hospital between Sixtieth stieet anil Coney Island. On the ho.ttd of directors, of thft Hay KlrtiM Hospital tiro many welt known physician" and business jneti. They have the help of th women'ji auxiliary' and of a Junior auxiliary In preparing an entertainment that Is to be given lu the' Academy of Music, Ilrooklyn, next Satur day evening for the bcnetll of the I!ay Utdge Hospital. The rtudents of Krasinus Hall Hlgli School will give the opera "(lalateu." adapted' from CSilbert's play, "fygmallon and (.nlntea," et to music and written by Dr. Kugeno V. Harter of the Krasmus Hall faculty. It was produced lu the Academv lust spring by the students and was will received. Dr. Jlartev will con duct. The company numbers about sev-enty-tlve. Miss Jlelnnii Mnschmedt will sing the title role, (luUttra, and the part of Pugmalinn will lie tnktn by Dlamonilo Dllts. Itoger Howlaud will Is; Chrysu and Miss Marlon Jefferson will take thu part of Myrxne: Miss Jefferson is .1 grand daughter of the lain Joseph Jefferson and she Inherits much of the famous actor's talent. Miss MrOIll of tho Krasmus faculty will be A'UM(tue and otheis In the east will be Mlsn Helen' Swenso'n, Charles Matthews and tirlllin Hull winkle. In .the Interlude Miss Atitm Whitney. Kranddiingh tfr of former Mayor l. I). Whitney, wilt sing mid Harold H. Keykendall and Miss Arllne Heath will ilat'icr., TI10 dancing will be a spielal featuto of the production, the two bailing dancers being, supported by a big company The mi tubers or the Junior auxlllaty are to act ns programme, confctloniry and flower girls. Aiming these will lis Miss IMllh Has", Mln Mato' Cropsey, Miss Dorolliy lie Knluht. .ll,j t!rncn Howling, Miss Myia Dnteher. Mbs Alice Main, Miss Amy .Main. .Miss I'loience Sheldon, Miss ITda Campbill. Miss .lian Campbell and MIsj i:ieanor Campbell. , Mra. IMwaiil lie Knight Is president of the women' auxiliary of the Hay itldge. Hospital. Those asslillii'g In the work en tailed In tho production (if the opera atf Mrs. Ili-njamln A. Kit hy.' Mrs. ltohvrt I', I 'm Shew. Mrs. Henry I'litli Woml, Mrs. I'ledeilck I'. Voiing, Mis. Jnroji S. Lang thorne, Mrs. liarntt Wrluiff, - Mrs. .Incipics Van Hruiit, ..lr, W. II. lillitrif. and Miss Laura LalgliliHT llrnnctl. UTILE MUST A PART OF EXHIBIT 'Indrl of I'mmni l.uck Alan Nhann at r.lcctrlcHl' i:ipitlon, One of the exhibits at tho Klertvlcal Imposition, which opens lu liraud Ceuttal Pal.iro ojt ;03o,be.r 13, will bo ,1 fully emilpped mini. The whole . process of making coins will be 'shown at cloce' tdltige. The T'nlted States navy will exhibit the bridge of a battleship In working order. Another fio eminent exhibit will be a model of the Pedro Miguel lock of I he Panama dual shown In operation with miniature ships being cu rled thmugh the locks. Ilcffiro being brought to New Tork .tf)l rpo.lel wan kept In tho White Kbuae at Washington and never hdus hreri' cablhi display. ALL CHAROKO OR PAID PURCHASES MAIL ABLE IN .ONE PA&KAOe WILL BE FOR WARDED FREE OF CHArtOB TO ANY PART OF THE UNITED STATES OR TO FOREIGN COUN TRIES WHERE PARCEL POST RATES APPLY. Imported House Qow mi s and NegHgees just received fromra the leadSng Paris houses, comprise & most rerntark ablc collection. Included are elab orate Gowns of 'soft velvets and crepes in "the-wost exquisite color ings, brocaded and pla'in, com bined with real l.accs, many of which are accentuated in gold or silver; Gowns featuring chiffons and nets with incrustations of crystal, jet and the rich metals, or introducing bandings of fur; and simple Negligees of crepe or chiffon, designed for youthful figures. Other interesting features of the House Gown display are Mandarin Coats from China, embellished with the richest embroideries; and a large variety of American-made" House Gowns- and Negligees, designed to meet the requirements of every occasion. (Mouse Gown Department, Third Floor) . . lulfaIlts, and LnttBe Children's Att5re is now being shown for Autumn and Winter, in an unusual pres entation of foreign and Ameracan ntade garments an exclusive styles and the daintiest materials. It in cludes Christening Robes, Long and 'Short Dresses, Cloaks, Coats," Hats and Caps; Petticoats, Sacques, Wrap-, pers, Bootees and Undergarments of every description. Complete Layettes for Infants can be supplied from stock or imported to order. Ac attractive assortment of Bassi nettes, Hampers and Nursery .Fur nishings is ready for inspection. The The latest importations of- Curtain Materials consist of a remarkable as sortment of new fabrics in novel de signs (many of which are exclusive to B.Altman S Co.') for the treatment of windows, doors and panels. These fabrics are shown in the regular stock at 50c, 65c, 75c, $1.00, 1.25. to 3.00 per yard. A -feature is made, in this depart ment, off Curtain Materials at 'popu lar prices, a Barge variety being marked in the regular stock at 17c, 20c, 25c, 35c, S5C to 75c. per yard. A very interesting collection off Couch Covers, Piano Scarfs and Table Coyers is also being showsirepre senting new, artistic designs 'in'Tap estries, Velours and rich fabrics 'in metal effects. '! EAtfaum&OIfl g FECIAL SALESPEOPLE WILL. If DESIRSD( DETAILED TO ACCOMPANY PATRONS TO THE STORE'S VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS! TELEPHONE 7000 MURRAY HILL SPECIAL EVENTS FOR TO-MORROW (MONDAY): An Extraordinary Sale of II imported Lace Curtains, Panels and Bed Sets will be held, presenting a very extensive assortment from which selections may be made at remarkably low prices, as follows: MARIE ANTOINETTE LACE CURTAINS regular .prices $7.00 to 15.00 per pair . at $4.25, 5.85 tolU'.SO LACE CURTAINS, PANELS AMD BED SETS an combinations of Lacet Arabe and Marie Antoinette lace, CURTAINS, regular prices $14.00 to 28.00 pair, at $9.00, 10.50 to 18.00 PANELS, regular prices $9.50 to 17.00 each at $6.50, 8.00 to S LOO BED SETS, regular prices $89.00 to 38.00 set, at $ I 1.50, J 4.00 to 25.00 Also 600 IMPORTED HAND-MADE FILET LACE PANELS, regularly $20.00 to 95.00 each, at the exceptional prices off $ I 4.00, I 7.50 to 45.00 The above Sale will be continued on Tuesday and Wednesday. Unusual Offerings in the Dress Goods Department will consist of P2a5d Suitings in bluc-and-green effects, at the special prices of per yard . . SI.45& 5.65 Also a desirable line of Do ub De-faced CEoakings in Scotch mixtures and chinchillas, and PflaioTi Cheviots & Eponge per yard . .. . $-3.00 Women's MusUdo Underwear American-made i, in a variety of desirable styles, wall be placed on Sale at the following low prices: Might Gowns at 85c, $1.35, 1.50, 1.75 and 2.25. Fetticoats at $1.25, J. 65 and 2.75 Drawers at 75c, 95c, 1.10 and 1.35 Chemises . . at 95c and 1.65 Corset Covers . at 85c. and 1.50 Combination Corset Cover and Drawers and Corset Cover and Pet ticoat . . . . at $1.35 and 1.90 Crepe de Ch:.rre Underbodices at $1.90 113,000 Pairs of Women's Short QDace Gloves (a special purchase) in black, tan or white.will be placed on sale at the exceptional price of per pair 72c. Imported Hand embroidered Lingerie Articles consisting of a special selection of Handkerchief Cases and Dresser Scarfs, will be offered in the Fancy Needlework Department on the Fourth Floor at the following un usual prices: ti Handkerchief Cases, hand-embroidered and E&ce-trimmed, $2.85 Dresser Scarfs, hand-embroidered, at .... $1.25, 1.50 and 1.75 Also Trinket Boxes, of lace and embroidery, .... at $1.00 New importations, just received from the leading foreign centers, have greatly augmented the dis play, in this department, of fine hand-embroidered Lingerie Ar ticles of every description. An in teresting novelty is shown in a selection of Imported Chaise longue Throws of hand-embroidered lingerie, Iacetrimmed, mount ed on silk linings and decorated with ribbon. For TUESDAY, Oct. 7th A Sale of Women's Aotmimn BBouses hs.s been prepared, comprising new, attractive styles, appropriate for dress and street wear, at special prices, as follows: Blouses of Canton crepe, in brown, gold, green, white and black, $5.00 Blouses of Lace, in two models, at $6.75 & 9.75 Also for TUESDAY, Oct. 7th A Remarkable Offering of imported Tricot Corsets woven on hand looms, in models adapted for lounging, dancing, riding and general wear, at the very special price of Si' 0.00 A very extensive variety of Imported Tricot Corsets, made on lines appropriate for every occasion, is shown in the regular stock. Black Silk Dresses will be made to order (in the de partment on the Seventh Floor) of crepe de Chine, charmeusc, cajV rnere de soie, satin brocades, meteor and soft taffetas, at the special price of $60.00 Models and materials ahown on the Seventh Floor. (THIRTY-FIFTH STREET ELEVATORS.) The New Petticoats in imported and American-made models, are cut on slender, graceful lines designed to conform to the pres ent fashion in gowns. Among the interesting examples shown are Lace-trimmed Petticoats of net, crepe de Chine, ninon, silk Jersey and foulard, for dress and dancing wear; also, for more practical use, Petti coats of silk or woo! Jersey, satin, foulard, and wool and cotton fabrics. Smart Apparel for Misses, Small Women, Juniors and Girls is now being shown in cornpiete as sortments which include new, mod ish garments for every occasion. The following will be found in tho regular stock at the prices quoted: FOR MISSES AND SMALL WOMEN Tailor-made Suits at $19.50 to 14.". OJ Street and Afternoon Dresses at $18.50 to 110.00 Theatre and Evening Gowns at $22.00 to 153.00 Travel and Every-day Coats at $14.00 to 58.09 Girls' School and Fancy Dressc? at $6.25 to 35.0U Girls' Washable Dresses at $2.85 to 25. W Girls' Practical and Fancy Coats at $8.75 to 480 Fine French Lingerie has been received in a late importa tion which includes the newest aim most exclusive Paris designs in Chemises, Combination Undergar ments, Dancing Petticoats, N5gu Gowns in high and low neck sly'cs, Matinees, Bed Sacques, etc. A novelty -in French Undergarmc s is the combined Chemise and Cu'V c hand embroidered and trimmed v' lace, now being shown in the regr.r , r stock at $6.50, 10.50 and 12.50. Bridal Trousseau; furnrcheu. Fur Garments Neckpieces and Muffs .J' . H ' for the approaching Winter season,are shown in rich profusion in the greatly enlarge'd department on the Third Floor, Among the Fur Garments' are choice Evening Coats and Wraps of ermine, chinchilla, .white ikamkul, chinchilla squirrel and the fashion-, able fur combinations; also of brocaded velvet, fur lined; Fur Motor Coats,, and a large variety off smart Fur Garments in short lengths. Mounted Fur Rugs in choice specimens of Polar Bear, Grizzly Bear, Lion, Tiger, Leopard and Puma sUnn. " FUR MOTS OBES. . Women's Coats and Wraps representing the choicest productions off European and American cre ators, are displayed in the department on the Third Floor in the late. . styles and materials. Among them are garments of Duvetyn, wp plush, broadtail cloth and the modish pile fabrics, appropriate for after noon and evening wear; also a very attractive selection of Motor Caar.. with and without fur trimmings, the prices -of which, in the regutitf stock, range from $38.00, $45.00, $65.00, $75;00, $85.00 to $135.00 anJ u pward.