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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1915. i.jtin I r ' MM 15 L I -VI f3 I 4 PLAN NOW TO SUE GREENHUT FOR $2,408,000 Minority Creditors Attack Denling- With Monmouth Company. TIIIXKLOAXCAKLKl) IiriMMKI) SMASH The independent creditor' committee of tlio J tt. Oreenhut Company known an the mlnorlly moiiji unpofeil l reor ganizationIs plimnlin; to try to form nuiti) furalnm Cnpl. Oieeli'mit mill the Monmouth Securities Viiimii. owned liy tlx- Oieenhut f.'inill, on cluliim of 2,40',O0 on tlu Kiouml Unit the lallhiK of lu.un of $9Oil,U"0 from till- tliceiihllt c mummy by tlio Monmouth H"'itr lie Compnnv within r months of the re ctlverhli ) Impaired the firm's r-llt Vvlth hanks that tin- crash win Illicit .'if. It was learn, d yesterday that tliu trus tee of Iho tlreonhut company hud not overlooked tlio poeslhlllty or mine the. Ureenhul Inlet est for th recovery of at least pail of the JI.IOS.OOO. It hj nlil that thn trustees thought that the -event evumliiathm of tho ilreetihut of fleer laid a h.isls for such action, al though tho trustees themselves would not discuss the mutter. Which of tlm claims will bo pressed and when, It was asserted, will drpeiul on tho further ex 6mln.it Ion that has own undertaken by coum-cl for tho minority creditor. Attorney for tho minority ciedltors have InvesllRated tho circumstances eur rojmdliis tho IV0P.0W0 transaction which. It Is maintained, constituted ono prctcr entlal payment which ouslit to b re covered, The circumstance as outlined yesterday on tho b.il of ('apt. iSreeti hut'ii testimony befoic ltcfweo Titer 11. Olney were: In October, lull, when business con ditions KentTiilly were not encoiiniR.HR. the Monmouth Securities Company held iemand poles for (1.100.000 iiK.ilnst the .1. II. Ureeiihut Company for money lent to tho latter corporation I'lirineil to I'nit lilr for I'll in 1 1?'. Aoeiirdnir to ('apt. (Ireenhtit'o recent testimony before Heferee Olney the Mon mou'h Securities Company was orcan Ucd to provide for his own family. Ho turned over to the securities company all tho Oreenhut bonds ami stocks which he held except ."00 shares of stock and real cM.i'o securities aniountlmt to about 91.S00.0UO. The d rectors of the Monmouth Securi ties Company were Cnpt. Ortenhut, bis two Kons, II. J. mill Nelson Ureenhut. and Opt. Oreeuhut's wife. Tho rtrst thrco were olTlccrs of the J. H. ilreenhut Company. Tho Monmoi th Securities Company was a $10,000 stock corpora 'lon of l nu shares, but dpt. Oreenhut. though president of both companies, re tained only one hare 0 ' stock In tlie securities company. The latter corpo ration lent money to the merchandise corporation and was n holding company for the Ortenhut Interests In the store. The minority creditors assert that last fall, six months before the ilreen hut recelerthlp, the directors of the Monmouth Securities Company met and msed a resolution calling In (300,000 of the $1,100,000 lent to the store. Cnpt. Orcenhut admitted that be voted for the resolution as president of the hold lmr company. As a result of that reso lution, It In asserted, Capt. Orcenhut and the other olllcers of the J. H. Oieen hut Company paid to the Monmouth Securities Company (DOO.n'oo In six pay ments, the last one, $200,000, on De cember 0, exaitly four months before the receivership. Cnpl. Orrenhut said that the talllni; In of the notes at that critical period In the store's existence was for the pur poso of Investing tho $300,000 In bet ter seeurltlie. On the other lnnd, the minority ciedltors, who are th;htliur for the liquidation of the Oreenhut com pany's assets and imitation to recover j:,10S,000 from the Oreenhut Interests, maintain thnt In order to' pay back J500.000 of tho $1100,1)00 Oreenhut bad lo bonow that amount fur the store from various banks, and thus crnitly Impaired the store's credit with banks, so that later on other needed Ioan3 ivcro refused. Also ee Yiillillt In Clnlin. Tho C.reenhul trusteed and counsel for the majority creditors, whose commit tee bus submitted u teorcanlzatlnn plan providing for a l!'i cent cash payment to Ktheiul unsecured creditors, say tiny see validity In this claim. So strongly has this transaction and others been pointed out to tho Oreenhut c.rcdltni tiy tho Independent Creditors Committee that almost nil of the replies ncetved by both committees ato opposed to the leorcanlzatlon plan and tavurablu to llciulilatlou and litigation. Tbero was Indication yisteid.iy In cert.itn action taken by the trustees that the sale nf the asset of iho Orcenhut compunj, In compliance with the wishes of the ereditms, will not be rushed through he fnru the creditors have fur 'her opportunities to examine the Oreen hut olllcers. It was planned n few days n ro to make application to Ilef ereo Olney on Tuesday for u decreo ordering tho sale of the assets, but Tuesday's moetliiK will bo adjourned until July S. "The trustees and their counsel," said I James M. Hosenberjr. attorney for tho trustees, yesterday afternoon, "have re quested Mr. Olney to set a date for a h'arlns on an application for a decree of nale of thu Oreenhut assets. In order to comply with the provisions of the law ten days notlco of such nu application must be given to the creditors. Con nuently Mr. Olney set July S ns the date 'or thu liearlnc and notices will be sent out to the creditors at oner." This delay U thoiinht tfl be a biK ad vantaco to tlm minority ciedltors who havo oppon-il r(ori;anl.atnn. Ily the time tl.e hearing comes up attorneys for thn Independent oieditois expect to have etabllshed a solid basis fi)r action nKalnst thn Oienliut lulerets on a largo part of the $2,o,ono. They also hopo to show that In the event that a sale of t tie Oieenhut assets Is ordered tho causts of action Involving the (!!, 40S.000 should not b. sold, hut liriuld be prejsfd for the creditors' Interest by tb truifes. It was learned jrsterday 1 1ml the "ustees weiv not In favor of Including n the decree of sale a provision for th" -.lie of tho causes of action. The re-f-rKaii'Zatlon company, however, will ask or such a elaue, It was elp ved. Tho opplllnii creditors nr nit.ilnst such a provision bee.uisn if (he 1 1 organlxatlnn ninpan.v should bid In the raues of ac tlnn us ",iMHb" of the eompany, Inns much ai I'apt. Oieenhut Is a party to the reorganization, there could b no re covery In tlio propnseil suits diehard 11. Invlglit, counsel for the ciedUors' protertlvo conimittee i ma turity group which senl out the reor ganization plan -mill hist night that the slowne.M with wlnih repllc wem com tug In fiinn the ircditui uoiild IndlcatK thjtt tiipy wern giving It careful con Mdera'.on Oulj a very small percent, ago r.r n, cr illior. hud ieped In the nriiiiei.v ...mmliter and ., r ii1Bln were .ppuMa io u i or the repllsji eprwTdltly th "Hl",cnd,-t "-ommlttee ROOSEVELT SEES POLICE PRACTISE FOR THEIR DARING CONTESTS TO-DAY ' 1 l ipiriRli' bv I'll ieiwim.1 At I'mlem nod "REMEMBER, I WAS Wntchinir the policemen roiiib through evolutions .vestenhiy in pivpitrntion for the carnival tt Grnveaenii nice track. Left to ri";ht, Commiadioner Woods, Col. Hooscvclt. ln.ipectnr Schmittbernef, Fir.st Deputy Commissioner (Jodlcy niiil Capt. Gordon John iton, U. S. A. Col. Itonsovclt told the policemen in the group to get in the picture, in remembrance of the iliys when he wars Police Commi'Sitn'i-i. v Col. Iloirsevett cnnio to town yestcr- ' day to see thu men he 'used to direct years ago go through practice drills. The practice was In preparation for the annual police carnival of games and exhibition drills which V III be held at the Itrooklyn Jockey Club grounds to- ; day and July 3, The Colonel was accompanied by I'o- i lice Commissioner Woods, Inspector Schmlttberger and Capt. Oordou John- tou, Ouy Scull, secretary to Coiiinils- slonrr Woods, nnd Theodmo Itotissvau, secretary to the Mayor. Col, llooseveit was much pleased by tho spectacular work of the policemen. Tho games promise this year to be even more Interesting than they weio last year, when daring riding and rac ing gave people of New lork a new Idea of the versatility of their guardians. RALPH HERZ WOULD DIVORCE WIFE NO. 2 Kx-llnsliaii(l of Lulu laser' Accuses Second llritlc .Mar ried in a Hurry. Ilalph C. Herz, the comedian, who w' it vorreil ny l.uiu ti inner, ine nc- ttess, In 1911 on the ground of cruelty and who was married two years later to Mrs, I-eah Harden. ; divorcee, tiled suit In tho Supreme Court esterday for a .ii 1. 1 ........! ..I,. .... tlx. ground of misconduct with two co- respondents. I Ilerz'H divorce suit Itecame Known jesterday when be applied to Supreme Court Justice Sheam for permission to servo the papers oil his wife by publi cation on the ground that she Is living lu. Chicago and does not Intend to re turn to New York In the Immediate fu ture. Mrs. Harden became Here's second wife, after a month's courtship, nt n midnight wedding In San Francisco on Februnr 15, ltoa. at which Lady do Hatbe (Lily Ijuigtry) wuk one of tho witnesses, The marriage of Herz and Miss Olaser look place at the Little Church Around the Corner on .May ZJ, iu.. anil waa regarded as a love match because Miss Olaser hail declared tho would never , lie.nl sat up In bed anil screamed, while wed, The fait that the couple did not , lieMe her was Walter A. Vnughnn, live happily together was not known sales manager for an electrolherftpcutl until they separatetl In November, HUO. npparatus, The witnesses then called lu Miss Olaser got her divorce lu Chicago I Whitehead, who Identified the woman In January. It'll, on the ground that with Vaughau as his wife, they said, her husband had choked her and other- i Wliltclieitil did not appear at the wise abused her. Ilerr. lucerteil that he 1 trial because be Is In llurope on busl ditl lint oppose the dlvorco because bo ' ties, but both his wife nnd the co knew sho was "madly In love" with respondent denied the charges iiKalust another man and that "It Is the part of them. Vaughan testified that be met chivalry us well iw humanity to let hurt Mrs. Whitehead at Manhattan Ileach have her way." several years ago. She told him she had benn a sufferer from gastritis, anil DECREE FOR MRS. ROBERTSON. h recommended treatments by the np- piratus he Bells, which generates mag- I ' nelie waves. I Sirs. Tempest Testifies "Friend" t (Ovrs llrr fitnil Montlil. Tho Jury before Supreme Court Jus tice Peleb.uity that heard testimony concerning minute long kisses ex changed In ii window of the Sonoma I npaitmcnts by l-dwaril F. Robertson, ' leather Importer, and .Mrs, Mln.i F. . Tempest, deab-r In lingerie, decided in , two hours jesterday afternoon that i Aim. I.aurleit C. Itobertson was entitled to a divorce, itator living at the Hotel Mlltmore, from Th" venllct was returned in spile of Albert II, Stoddaid, whom sho took Into tho tcMlmony of Miss Tempest nnd her business with her and matin vico-presl-physlclan that It would have been irn- tlent of the M. C, Cole Ileal Kstato Corn possible for her to have been guilty of p.my, of which she Is the head. The wrongdoing, and tho statements by i Itobertson that when ho spent flvo nights in tho Sonoma apartments, where Mrf. Tempest lived, be wus staying In an unoccupied apartment adjoining that of .Mrs. Tempest, because ho wanted nothing to happen which could bo re ported lo bis wife by detectives lie knew were following blin. Airs. Tempest was questioned con cerning her friendship for Oay L. Hrhlf fer, a cotton broker, who figured In the testimony of Kobertson. She said thai SchllTer, In addition to being her part ner lu the linger!" business, was her "very good friend and protector." "What do you mean by that"" she wns asked, "Why, I m"t him eighteen years ago. Wo grew very fond of each oilier. That fondness exists to-day, but my health was always mi obbtacln In tlio way oi our marriage." "In the i opacity of protector what has Mr. Schltfer riono for jou'.'" "For more Ihau eighteen years he has allowed me $300 a month, anil some times when I tieetletl more for dresfus or other expenditures, bo gave mo thu money without a whimper." AUTO LIGHTS TOO BRIGHT. Vlnulslrstr IIUcliarRe llrlvrrs After on Investigation. After an investigation of ntltomoblln lights lu thn city .Magistrate Murphy announced jesterday In Yoravillr court Ills decision Dial thn sidelights on the new Cadillac ears were so brilliant as to be In violation of thn city ordinance, Ho discharged five driver of such cars whose cases, weio postponed pending In vestigation with a win nlng that Its would hereafter Impose, lines, A lepreseiitiillvo of Charles Thatlneus Teny, 100 llroudway, counsel for the Cadillac Company. reqtstetl an ad Jourilliieiil in order to prepare a de fence, but the Atnglstrato said there, could be no defence, that the Cadillac Company had no right to be heard. ONE OF YOU." SAYS ROOSEVELT TO THE COPS. . y Tho proceeds nf the games go to the On the second day of the carnival Honor Itoll Itellef Fund, which cares five events open to othir ilty depait for the widows mid children of mem-1 inentH will be held 11 Z20 yard run, bers of the force who have died In ' three-quarter mile bUyeln race, 1,2111) the Iterforillliriri. nf their illltv. Tltpf 1 u ri t..tiif ritr.., finiiiltit- lili.li Inintt have lieeti twentv-three nnllcemeii killed on duty since January 1. 19(H), t The programme this jear Is n better I one thnn the last, which brought STi,- llllll lit llui ftioil H'S...., ..-Ill t, , w.um by motorcycle and mounted policemen rough riding by the mounted men. In which they will stop runaways and go, over hurdles four abreast; stopping of thieves by police dogs nnd sham bat- ties between men of the force who have served In the army and navy There will be a regimental drill. In which Hie -rguiars win ilo sKinnlsii work; tugs of war, foot races, pole vnultlug and bicycle rates. MAGNETIC WAVES WIN , AS DIVORCE DEFENCE Jury l.oliovcs Woman's Claim Slie Was Ittiiir Treated by Corespondent. A magnetic wave treatment n n de fence to a suit for divorce was offered In (lie Supreme I'ourt for the tlrt tin sterday mid It made ouch an Impres sion on u Jury before Justlie licle lianty that the) relumed a verdict for The suit' was brought by John T. 1 Whitehead. Uuropean sales manager for J the woman, defendant In two minutes. the Itoynl Typewriter Company, against 1 1 i iii.i,..i,,....i .....t ....... t. ....... i on .'lie tlsvsl'nttmt.ttl. nf n tnl.l in:..!.,' I,v ! Whitehead and several friends -if liln on a furnished room house maintained by .Mrs. Whitehead at 100 Kt. Nicholas, ave nue on May . last. The couple were mairled In 1 s.9S In Omaha and sep arated some years later. They were leconelled III HMO, but lived together only two years more. Whitehead's witnesses testified thrt they entered Mrs. Whitehead's house with a duplicate key, and then mailt.' their way to nu nlcovo In width ihey knew there was a bed. They tetltlet that at a given signal they luroetl on electric Hash lamps ant! Mrs, whip l.oiriili rnlllnir on Mm W'lilllienil I nt her home anil giving her treatments there," he said. Mrs. Whitehead corroborated the tes timony of Vaughnn nnd the Jury be lieved her. Illinium Woninn Wins l)lon 'r Supreme Court tllvorce Justice llrlanger granted yesteid.iy to Mrs. Mabel Cole Stoddard, u real estate ope suit was brought after Mrs. .Stoddaid learnetl that there was another AIit. 411 . . .viocri nioouarti living at mo i reignton apariinenis, i.s west eoriy-seventli street, hnn then got u new vlee-nresl-1 dent for the company ami sued foj- u divorce. OPEN TODAY H fourteenth Street LAST SATURDAY EARM SALE DEPARTMENTS: Muslin I ntlerweor Hnbles' Weiir Corseis, Petticoats Women's Hulls, Dresses, I oats llonsetlresi.es anil Negligees EXTRA SPECIAL PRICE CUTS. IN ADDITION Saturday Money-Saving Offerings in WEEh-END NECESSITIES and iiiiIIIiil- tlie sivleen nniiiid bIioI. ! Oold, silver and bronze prizes will be j awarded, j There an- many star athletes In the ' ,,...,..,( It. nli. .11.,.. l..,l.. OI.A..I.1,... I now a detective, who was at one time all around champion athlete of the world and Olympic champion. KIKr, McDonald and Lrlcson, other Olympic point win- ' nets, also will take part In hurdle. nices, weight events and the high re- speetlvoly. , It N expected Mayor Mltcbel, Oov. I Whitman, Major-Oen. I-ouard Wood and Hear Admiral I 'slier will attend I tho games. BECKER APPEAL DATE MAY BE FIXED TO-DAY Plans to Curry Fiirlit to I. Courts Withheld I'endiuir Word From Whitman. It was epected yesterday by counsel far Charles liecker that wont would ' be received fiom Oov. Whitman to-day Indicating when he will hear Decker's plea for vxecutlvo clemency. Mrs. "eeker and her husband's counsel were disappointed at tint hearing from tlie Oovernor yesterday. It has been said at Martin T. Manton would have a talk with the Oovernor before, the lutter 1 leturns to Albany this evening. I Plans for a light lu the t'nlted States court ale being held 111 abe.vance until , Oov. Whitman takes home action In the Meeker case, and It Is believed that Meeker's counsel will not resort to the last legal avenue open to them until they have to. If recourse to the Federal courts be comes necessary It will lu all ltroha- blllty be based on entirely new evidence contained III an ulTltUvlt itiioln by n Sing Sing convict. Joseph Murphy, who ii,,rnr' Tctlmony. alleges that while he was In the Tombs he heard ltose, Webber ami Vallon say I The Jury was obtained at the morning tlmy must "frame up" Meeker, 1 session ami the second nnd concluding I The subject of the Murphy letter to W. 1 witness for tho dav was Mr. Osborne. 1 llourko Cockiun. Mr. Maiiton's law I Mr. Oshorne said be Is married, 5'? partner, was taboo yesterday lu Mr. I years old. has a son IS years old anil .vfaiitnh'H office, hut It Is known that has been n lavvjer for thlrty-ono years, the letter Is genuine, that Murphv was "I never saw Itae Tanzer until after In the Tombs at the time be alleges and she was arrested." hn swore on direct that his story Is highly clrcuintaiitlal, examination. "I never promised to ni.iiry Mrs Meeker mid Mr. Johnson of Mr her; I never was In Plalnflclil, N. J Manton's oilier- stayed down town until with her or any one else; I never npoke tali' lu the evening, but Mrs. Meeker to Itae Tanzer except once In February, said that she had nothing more io add 1 when 1 called her up because or the let to her previous statements: on her hus- lers I had received from her, to tell her baud's ciisc. I ,110 not know her." Wind from Sing Sing yesterday said that Meeker siw another ray of hope III the report conveyed to lilm that ex Sheriff Kd Olnty of Paliburyi Conn., bail i Ktvt'ii tun a siaieiueni ill wilicn lie saltl that Jack Itosti told him after Meeker's ' I second trial that Meeker did not want' j Itosenthal killed Meeker cheered up I when he heard this ami asked that an. I attempt be made to get an allldavlt fiom' Olnty lo substantiate Hn, icport so that , he run Incorporate it in his anneal to tlio (jovcrnor. Killed In 'llrr liny MiiIIiIIiik. Patrick Sullivan of Circle Driveway, Teaueck, N, J an elevator i miner in the Tiffany llulldlng at Thirty-sixth klienl nn,1 T.'lflli n,iittn 1..ttA.l yesteiday when he was cought between .itviiciou v 1 1 1 1 nn tin iiii tlm top of the car ami the door. Stilll , van had let some employees out of the ..irvntnr i.t fii tivth iir,e u i about to close, thn door when the car I suddenly shot upward. UNTIL 6 P. M. "est nf rifth Avenge OF JUNE SALE Silk anil Wasliablo llloiisei dills' niitl .Misses' Hummer Iiet-os Hoys' (iotbliig uutl furnishings Men's Slilrls und Furnishing Milliner), Shoes W. SLADES' TRIAL BEGUN WITH OLIVER ABSENT ii i i i.i n, , ., . . Illlpid Hre OlljOl'tlOIIS 1.V IiU- tleton Mark l,i,ocot,(llnrs in t'. S. Court. objection vva overruled. jr, Osborne said he knew tho Hludes , . . , .....iln 1914, when Ilenjamln Slnde was 0SI50RNK ThLLS SIOHY Isulng the American Insurnnco Company ' In behalf of a client named l'alterovltz. The. celebrated cause of the Federal Oovernmont against Maxwell and Uavld Sl.ide and Albert J. McCullough, better known to the public us tho Oliver Os borne mystery, went to trlnl before Judge Cordon ttussell In the United States Circuit Court yesterday, and ut most before the Jurors bad time to settle back In their seats thn pyrotechnics re sulting from flip constant dashes be. tween the defineo and prosecution began ti ilazHle the court loom. liven during the opening address of I Assistant United Stales Attorney Itogcr 1 11, Wood. Martin W. Littleton, attorney for the three defendants, objected con staully, mid during the examination the only two witnesses of the afternoon, , one of whom was James W. Osborne, who ilCciibvs hlmclf as the corpus dc- 1 Itetl of the occasion, Mr. Littleton, tiring i early of the frequent necessity of Jump- ' Ing to his feet to storm objection at the Judge, soon found It easier to luliialu , standing. Ilenkon fur (injections. .Mr. Littleton objected to almost very question of Impoitnnce on the giounil that the Oovermnent Is trying to make the present trial an occasion for James W i Milium to clear his name of the charges made by Itae Tanzer when on March li last she star led suit against h:m for (Sv.ooo for In each of prumlc. He alleged that Mr. Wood was litlnglng In l!ie not germane to the question of the guilt or Innocence of tho Slade brothels and McCullough III the crlmo of conspiracy, as charged. Ilo asserted' .1... It l.u i ,....-, ai rttit-lit In tirmit all the statements Mr Wood Had out lined a chaige of starting a suit for' blackmail should have been (lied against i the slades. "We would welcome such a charge." i he xuttl. "so tills whole c , from begin-I nlng to end, could le threshed out before tills court and before the public." , At one ilnt be demanded that Judge 1 l!u-tell vvlthdinw a Juror and declare the cae a mistrial becaue of the "reck less, atrocious and grossly unfair" state ments of Mr. Wood. (Hie of the joints In Mr Wood's open ing address was that ho would prove that In the course of a trial In 1914, when Jamis W. Osborne wns opposing ltenj.unln Slade. n third brother In the llrm, who Is not under Indictment, Mr. Osborne made strong charges against I al three Slades. Mr. Littleton s pro tests against allowing Mr, Wood to tell S. this to the Jury outlived Ills own wind. I Oliver Not Present. ' Few of his objections were sustained, I and at the clo-e of the da, when James j W. Osborne had given Ills direct testl i monv. Mr. Littleton asked that he be allowed to postpone cross-examination 1 until this morning, as tlie liovernment ) (1!,cned m many gates for testimony he was not then prepared to Interrogate thu witness. The request was allowcl. Almost nil the principals In the tangles resulting from Itae Tourer's suit ugnlnst the former Assistant DIs-. trlct Attorney were III court jesterday' except Oliver Osborne, itopulnr sweet heart, who although over 10 years old mado the hearts of more than a dozen young women hereabout flutter Joyfully until he passed on to other Ileitis for his tllrtntlons. Some of the young women were In court, eubiKcnanl to tell of their heartbreaking experience!! with Oliver. line Tanzer, the diminutive factory worker whose suit for $50,000 started legal proceedings resulting In the con viction of one person and the Indictment of six others. Including tho three now on trial, wns also present In tho crowded ' r,',,,, court num. To rli) mc with (the weather -Nulls "IlKlit as a feather!" , j With or without a vest, i I As little lining as goodi : tailoring permits. I I All sizes, 32 to 54. I Cool blue serces: flannels: i worsteds; crashes; home-j spuns. j Batiste; silk homespuns;) j Shantungs; mohairs. j White and gray flannel trousers. I Norfolk suits with knick-, ers, including those made from "Scotch Mist" fabrics , (rainproof). Sporting Goods in all stores. Open mil II II o'clock. Rogers Peet Company Broadway at 13th St. Broadway et Warren Broadway at 34th St. Fifth Ave, at 41t St. "The Four Corner" He suld thai on October 18, whn Ilae In her original civil complaint alleged that he had registered with her at the Kenslnnton Hotel, l'latnfletd, he was at tho Hnr Association. Mr. Littleton ob jected to the scope of the examination on the ground that such innttern had noth- I lug to do with the charge against th I Klades nnd MrCutlough of conspiring to a obstruct the course of Justice. "I bcllevo this trial Is being turned away rrom tlio case against tne Hinuei and Into an opportunity for Mr. Osborne to vindicate hlmef In tho eyes of the vvoild of certain charges," ho said. Ills Mr, Osborne defended the eompnny. Hn wns allowed to state only that In his summing up on that occasion he had made serious statements concerning all the Slades, Judge Itiisselt admitting this on the ground that It tended to show motive for the alleged Itao Tamer "frametip." The other witness was Vnlted States Commlwdoner Clarence S. Houghton, who Issued the warrant for Itao Tamer's ar rest on the charge of using the malls to ny; iyi aji Open P AH Day Today ' TTT TT MA U JUL This Juiiinie Clearance Sale of MEN'S CLOTHING Us A "Customer-Maknsig" Event Modern Merchandising makes a season-end clearance imperative. We've taken advantage of a seeming disadvantage and turned the event into a "good will" offering. Every suit in this sale is wortlry of your respect and admira tion because it was made to Macy specifications for Macy standards. Our labels are in them, and you know what that means. Hie Value Us Extoraordnoairy Mobt descriptions sound much alike: but these suits are "Different." so description Rives way to invitation, and we say: "Don't Suits at $11.75 That were made for Macy's sell at $14.75 and $16.75. Suits at $17.75 That were made for Macy 'a sell at $22.50 to $27.50. Washable "Palm Beach" Suits for Chauffeurs, $8.74 Attired in a cool summer uniform, your chauffeur will be comfortable and courteous a happy, careful driver. The feature of the new "Palm Beach" Suits that every driver will appreciate they're washable. Serviceable shades gray, tan and blue. Caps to match si. -to. Gray Mohair Dusters, $3.96 Very Specially Priced Motoring Heqnttltet Mary'a Fifth Floor, ,14lh Mrrrt. Uimderwear Dependable Qualities At Little Prices WhiteCottonUndcr- wear (garment) 24c Licht weight shirts, sleeve less. Pull overs: Open drawers, knee length with double seat, suspender straps. Sea Island Under wear (garment) 49c Shirts with short sleeves: Drawers, ankle length, with double gusset; sus pender straps. Men's Fine Athletic U nderwear (.) 98c Macy's Usual Price, SI. 19 Made of Century Silk: light blue only; sleeveless shirts co.it style and open drawers, knee length. Athletic U nion Suits (Suit) 79c Made of checked nainsook; with elastic waist band: closed crotch: very good quality at this price. Athletic Union Suits (Suit) 98c Made of white plaid nain sook: elastic waist band; closed crotch, knee length, sleeveless. Vrj'-Mnln Flnnr, fVntre defraud Mr. Onbome. On cross-examination he admitted he had Issued the warrant solely upon Mr, Osborne's state ment that he didn't know Ilae Tatuer. backed up by n. letter written by the girl lo Mr. Osborne, which brought tho caso Into Federal Jurisdiction. Mr. Wood In his opening address de scribed the courso of tho cane, Including the filing of Miss Tamer's suit, "which had no proper basis," he ndded, "I object to that on the ground that that case has nothing to do with the present Indictment," said Mr. Littleton. He was overruled, as ho waa on prac tically every Issue of scope. It Is probable tho Jury will bo locked up to-night for tho remainder of the trial, although the threo defendants nro allowed to go free on ball. This In an unusual precaution In tho Federal courts", the last time It was done. In this district was during the trial six- years ago of Charles W. Morso. Judge Utissell had ordered Marshal Thoman D. McCarthy to make arrange ments to keep the Jury at tho Hotel Knickerbocker last night, hut several Jurors pleaded with the Judge and In duced him to relent. Tlie tilal will continue nt lOtfO this morning. aji fjiylfjj MM'M'VtiStf.'t K.H.Mtcy Cfc'i Attract mis Are 1 Herald Seive, B'Jway. to to Slury'n-Men' Clothing Htnre-Flflli Finer. Special F.ntrance. aitthMreet. 8pecUli;ievtor. Meira's Ruabber Heel Shoes At $2o97 Just received nnother lot of these splendid shoes- stylish, comfortable, and willgiveexcellent service. aiuuiuu .Ultb. DIUCK K1C1 Willi good, full orthopedic last, so restful these tryuv warm days. Boy-Proof Shoes at "Lowest-in-thc City" Prices Let them romp! "Boys will be boys"- they should be. Macy shoes will stand the scui'fs and-bumps o healthy, growing youngsters remarkablv well. Good looking styles you'll be proud to have our boy wear. "Little Gentlemen's" Black Calf Lace Shoes- Sizes n to I3'j $2.49 Boys' Shoes, $1.29 Macy's Resular Price. $1.98 You can judge the way these shoes wear when we tell you that of the thousand pairs or so we've sold we have never had a single complaint. Just the shoes your boys need during vacation. On sale at $1.29- -beginning this morning. Warj'1 Main I'loiu, MRS. FELLOWS DIES OF BURNS Willow of I'lirmrr llllrlel . lorney Victim of rel, !,.,, Mrs. Kllzabclli Morris Fellow,., j, , of Col. John It. Felloes, hlstna i ncy of New York county from J ,,, 1, 191, tmtll December 7. I v which nay nu uieo 111 oiitce, u,t to dentil yesterday nt her i..n. West 14nth street, the nm-e-' to Hlversldo Drive. She w,,,,' been 68 years old next Tluiru,i Mrs. Fellows was alone n 'u on tho second Hour, when iter Is believed, c.uno In ciiiiu. t u 1 Ihtino of a gas rungo ami Ictnt. 1 sho wns brewing tea Tit, eiuieil Henry Jenkins i i Hfith street, who was on - v Drive, and I'ollcetii.ni Una, i, their wny Into tho Fellows luim. IIM f, fl'l., ' a h 1. , 1 , 1. ' f . T' t found Mrs. Fellows ivlng i, the floor with her clothes aid Mrs, Fellows leaves Iwo . t, n. Fellows of riillailclph n ., h Fellows of St I'atil, and im i m daughteis, Hllzahctlt mid Maigt, ts heir Lew Price. Open All Day Today 8 34 th te 35th St n ii 3 i miss this splendid opportunitv to pet ,i handsome suit or two at about Wholesale Price to Us." Suits at $13.75 That were made for Macy's to sell at $16.75 and $19.75. Suits at $21.50 That were made for Macy's to sell at $27.50 to $34.75. 'A H Popular styles, dull calf and tan calf (illustrated), with receding toe, invisible eyelets, welted and 1 1 i U ,1 I I'll I. ! I ,, a Sizes 1 to ti $2.69, $2.97 and $3.49 iim. ar.ih si.