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TUB SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920.
44. V t ARNSTEIN BAFFLES Y. OFFI0ER5 AGAIN Bwann Threatens, Court At taches Waitftnttoond Pl.ot Snspcct Jfails to Appear. 3RVTNO AT)LEfr RESTED i. fetor's Son, Accused of Help ing Conspiracy Is d iu I $95,000 Bail. Somewhat hesitantly yesterday a cafo employe of the White Light District "tplllcil Uio beans"' on the whereabouts cf Hid party that eet out from this city last Friday nlht to eearcfi lor "Nicky" Arnstelrt. He admitted to Alexander Cllchrlet, Jr.. Special United States Com. jiilralonor that ho had talked by tole riiono on Monday night with Euecne F. JJcGee, "Nicky's" lawyer and sruldo of t'io party. MeGeo was then In tho Hotel William Tenn. PIttsburfr, waiting for liall to bo arranged boforo bringing back hw tluslvo client. This news was received with cheer by Im il offlcluls and was taken by them to forecast "Nicky's" appearance hero to d:ty perhaps. While It was not believed that Mr. McOco would surrender his client to'the detectives who are with him until tho party should bo ready to ro turn, officials here felt certain "Nicky" nho must bo In, the vicinity of tho Will iam Tenn. Uoth District Attorney Swarm and his c.-alstant, John T. Doollntr. showed con fjderable Impatience over "Nicky's" pro tracted absence and freely stated that they hopo to seo him "with a nice pair cf bracelets on his wrists being drosscd through tho streets like a common crpok." - A t-eimtlonal development hero In the li.UOO.OOO bond theft plot was the ar rest of Irvlnpr Solomon Adler, son of Jtiiwb Adler. Yiddish actor, as an ac- jnipllcu of "Ills Eddie" Furey. He was 1 aid by Judge Malolic in general f.calor.H In $95,000 ball. Artier, who Is 27, was louncinsr in a corridor of the Criminal Courts nulld Ing, whither ho had gone to make In quiry about tho case of a friend. Dc tectivo Sffgeant Itaac Mlndhelm of Sec ond Deputy Police Commissioner Lahey's Tursonal ftaff saw him but was uncer tain of hi3 Identity. Irving Adler, who also has a burglary marge hanging over his head, is alleged to tavc been Instrumental in bringing togtlhw "B!r Eddie" Furey and tho two tuiKk boys, who have contested to their i.irt in the bond plot. Uc, also is u reused by Joseph Cluck l nil having been Furty'8 accomplice Ahen tho latter assorted an automobile, ii diamond ring and $1,750 cash from the Glucks on threat of arrost for bond theft". Adler was arrested previously on August 1, 1913, under tho name of Irving Soiomon on a warrant charging him with Iiailug stol-M $15,000 worth of bilks from a loft building on Fourth avenue, Wllon W. nastQrday figured promt ncntly in tho investigation Into Arn uteln's affilrs beforo Commissioner Gil christ Divld V. Rrowder, former cariiier for David W. Sullivan, the In dicted stock broker, testified that Uaster day had been an active person In Sulli van's offlce at 10 Wall street up to tho time the place was raided. Krowdcr admitted that Easterday had tllm.i mnnv hba Iri ailtllinin'K nnMB "BMhW IUHI.J &.,VVM ... fcJ . ho wan not clllclally connected with tho nrm. Aiier ouiiiran nau uccu iirai and charged with tmvlnc been a receiver of stolon securities, Browder testified, Eaaterday wired Prowdor to join hlnV In Washington, offering work In a candy store that llaaterday had opened there. Sullivan, who Is out on ball, and Norman a Bowles, his former partner, frequented mis ennay store, urowaer saiu. Browdor was ustfed If he did not know that at least threa of Sullivan's eleven "customers" were purely fictitious per sonages and that their names were, en tered on tho booka to conotaJ the re ceipt of $700,000 worth of stolen- stock certificates. , Tho testimony relating 'to tho McGce telopbona messago was glvon by Walter Roth of thn Opora Cafo of C61 Seventh :.nniin. Ho wild that Mr. McOee had asked for Wllllum" J. Fallon his law partner, nnd had saici: "wny t"o eu doesn't he get In touch with me?" Ho communicated this message to Mr. Fallon at tho Hotel Astor and then phoned to Mr. McGeo that Mr. Fallon said matters would bo "fixed up" yester day. LA GUAEDIA BEGINS INQUIRY. Deimrtment ot Education AcconnU Bcluir Iuveitlnnted. Declaring that tho administration of tlio .funds of tho Department pf Educa tion Is so unbusinesslike that many con- earns refuse to sell to tho city. Acting Mayor La Quardla Inaugurated yester day an Investigation to ascertain who Is to blame. In addition ho desires to find out ex actly .what claims havo or have not been paid by or for the Department of Educa tion for IMS and 1319, with a Mow to having such claims paid at onco. 'FIRE "RESCUES" BY ! COPS TIRE KENLON At Broadway and Liberty Street in the Singer Building is located the Fulton Trust Company of New York, an institution specializing in the handling of Personal Trusts and Personal Bank Accounts. Convenience of location and individual attention to customers'requirements are two strong reasons why you could advantageously use our service if your office is ' in lower Manhattan. FULTON TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK CuUhhtd MO Uimbtr Ftdtnl Rntrt Sytton Singtr Building 149 Broadway h7 Unequalled for Tone, Design, and Important Exclusive Features YOU will be attracted by the graceful "bulge" lines of the cabinet which are found only in the finest furniture and which, produced by a patented process, are exclusive with Sonora. This phonograph has a magnificent tone, clear, full, true, expressive, and charming beyond words. STHI INSTRUMENT OF QUALITY fiSS 0tiora CLEAR AS A BELL CT D, The Highest Class Talking Machine in the World Sonora plays ALL MAKES of disc records perfectly without extra attachment and hat many Important feature of conitruction, among which are the extra-loag-running, powerful, it lent motor, the all-wooden tone passage (obtainable only In the Sonora), im proved aound box. conven ient envelope filing tyitem, effective automatic stop. motor meter, which tzSa how many more record can be played before re winding is necessary (ob tainable only in the Sonora) , tone modifier which changes volume but not tone qual ity, etc, etc A superb line of upright nd period models la avail able at prices from $60 to $1000. &onors ponograph Conrjmnp, Site. GEORGE E. BRIQHTSON. President Fifth Avenue at 53rd Street 279 Broadway Dealers Everywhere Saya They Neglect Duty to Get Into Newspapers. Fire Chief Jolm Kenlon .made plain yesterday that he Is tired of listening to' what ho termed tho "extravagant claims" ot policemen In regard to res cues at Ores. Ho said the rescues ty some policemen will not stand the acid test and are reported merely to make tho supposed rescuer a "nowrpapcr licro." "Tlio Police Department is becoming so Hushed up over tho Idea of nuking rescues nnd getting tho names ft pof llccmcn Into the, newspapers," tho Flro Chief declared, "that It Is overlooking Us real duty, that of maintaining police lines and turning In alarms. When tho firemen got to the eceno of a fire which Is but a few moments after tho alarm has been pulled tho policemen are not permitted to enter tho burning building. All of theso extraordinary rescues are made In that brief Interval." Tho Chief says he la going to take up the matter-with Commissioner Enrlght Tho first Intimation of friction be tween tho Police and fire Departments in regard to rescues came Slonday night when Chief Kenlon took exception to tho claims of four policemen of the Ellzaboth street' station that they had removed a scoro of persons from a burning building at IS Mott street. In explaining hla remarks at tho Chinatown fire were the culmination of a: aeries of such Incidents, Chief Kenlon told of an occurrence nt a recent fire In West Klfty-seventh street A police man entered tho building alter tne nrc hod been put out, be said, and carried a sick woman to tho street on his back, al thought It was zero weather. SOCIALISTS WILL BE FOUGHT BY PUBLICITY Permanent Committee Formed in This State. Sptctal fa Tne Scn and New Yobk IUeild Aloan't, March 2. Formation of a permanent "publicity committee against Socialism" was announced to-day as tho urn outgrowth of the Assembly In vestlgatton of tho rive suspended mem bers. The chalrm.m(of tho new organi zation Is Prank Allaben of New York, president of the National Historical So ciety, and Jlr.i. William (Jerry Slade, State president of tho United States Daughters of 1512, Is vice-chairman. The committee declares It would have considered tho State Assembly derelict In Its duty It It had failed to tako ac tion against tho flvo Socialists and rec ommends that "all loyal Individuals and organizations cooperate to glvo the wholo American people the exact Cicts concerning the conspiracy of radicals pgainsi our uovcruincni nnu institu tions." The publicity c'ommltteo Includes Charles J. Tobln of Albany, Alexander Otis of New York. Miss Stella P, Broad head of Jamestown, Mrs. Dcnjamln S. Church. Arthur" O. Townsond ot New York, Willis If. Howes ot Watcrtown, Morton E. Lewis Ot Itochestcr, Abrara Kllonbogen, Wilson W. Urlce and Ed ward Tanncnbaum of Now York. FREE SEED CUSTOM KILLED. Senate Committee nltrulnntei 9340,000 Voted by Hoose. WASjtiHQTOtf. March 2. Acting on tho recommendation of ho now Sec retary of Agriculture, the Senato Agri culture Committee voted to-day to elim inate from tho annual agricultural bill the $20.100 voted by tho Houso to oontlnuo the tlmo hallowed custom ot distribution of freo seeds to their con otltuents by members of Congress. lUDENSIN Qalleri es- issi Sptcial Exhibition PAINTINGS VICTOR CHARRETON A moil unusual collection of yauitingt, direct from Pant, March 1 to 13. Inuvtstlnt looMtl sent m request 45 West 44th St.. "'T" V. 0. Debt Cut 9204,05T,a8T. Washington. March 2. A decreaso of $281,057,387, In the publlo debt was ttccted In Pobruary, tho Treasury an nounced to-day, loavlnc the total debt 25,04,331,707. ft The preparing Scien tifically done by Mr. Washington's refin ing process. COFFEE Dissolves instantly in hot or cold water No Waste Pure tn.-iK.oiu Digestible Rtct'pe Btollet frtt G. W.ihlngton StU Company. Inc. 334 Fifih Avenue, New York , Store Closes at 5 P. M. ford &7byl&r 38th Street , FIFTH AVENUE 39th StreCC Income Tax Advice , An official representative of the Collector of Internal, Revenues, beginning to-day, will make headquarters at the lord & Taylor store from 9 A. M. to 4:30 P. M. He will nave all necessary blanks and will furnish free advice and informa tion about the Income -Tax Law to anyone seeking hi services. Lord & Tay lor., customers will find this , expert in an' office at the rear of the ground floor of the store. All conferences in private. ' - ' V Style f In Performance as in Leads iruly Its SO-Hours at Top Speed Endurance Mark is Unmatched . But That is Proof of Only One of the Fine Car Qualities Essex Brings to the Light Car Field r': if. f-'' ..5 -1-- t;6 Thousands at first bought the Essex, knowing nothing of its greatest quality. Perhaps no one expected great endurance in a light car. Perhaps its dynamic perform ance appeal swept aside the natural caution buyers fed about the durability of any new car. . H I More speed they found. More power quicker acceleration finer hill - climbing ability, and such riding ease as they had never known in a light car. 1 These things the Essex established quickly. A ride was sufficient. It left no ' vestige of comparison with former light car performance standards. 1 Such attractions were irresistible to those who knew former light car limitations. ' But only time or abnormally abusive tests can prove car endurance. It Won on Endurance ' MinuB Uselest Weight Now Essex has met these' require ments. Not only have 'more than 24,000 owners proved its dependable, punctual re- ' liability and freedom from repair and re-t placement needs. Essex has set a new world endurance mark of 3037 miles in 50 hours. It is the only official test ever made of a stock car, driven at top speed' for 50 hours. Counting other tests, the same Essex stock chassis travelled 5870 miles in 94 hours, 22 minutes, actual driving time, averaging more than a mile a minute. Of ficials of ' the American Automobile Asso ciation supervised the teat and certified the stock character of the Essex chassis in every particular. And another Essex stock touring car set a world 24-hour road mark of 1061 miles, over snow-bound Iowa roads. Not a single adjustment or tire change was made. Surely such endurance proofs must re double the value of Essex in the eyes of all. t It proves Essex a car you can buy to keep. It means the day is past when one need look only to large, costly cars for dis tinction in power, speed, reliability and' comfort. It means the retention through ' years of those wanted car qualities of per formance and uninterrupted operation, even after hardest service. The Essex requires little attention. The longer your acquaintance with it, the greater will be your esteem. Every sense pf pride and satisfaction that comes with the possession of fine car performance and quality that yields to none,. is yours with the Essex. , Size Now No Bar to Supreme Performance But the most important difference is re vealed only in action. Even before its, official records of endur ance it had become famous in all sections for the way it out-performed many notable cars. It holds hundreds of local records for speed and hill-climbing. Perhaps you have ridden in the Essex. If so you know its appeal. And you under stand the pride owners manifest. ' They regard it with real affection, the confidence men reserve for merit You will never class the Essex with other light-weight cars. For one thing its appear ance instantly stamps it superior. You recognize the finest unholstery, fittings and details that can be put into a car. See Why Ess ex Made a World's Sales Record Few care to extend the Essex to top speed. But it is good to know almost limit less speed is yours when wanted. Moreover, Essex power means accelera tion. It gives Essex right of way every where. It means that every performance is met at half effort thus accounting for its long life. These are reasons why in its first year Essex set a new world's sales record witk more than $35,000,000 paid for more than 22,000 cars, in its first year. This year it will be even more difficult to. supply the Essex demand. Thousands waited last spring. Many were disappointed. Yet at that time Essex had not given the conclusive proofs of endurance, it. now hold's. You will avoid having to wait by making your reservation now. 1. v HUDSON MOTOR CAR COMPANY of NEW YORK, Inc. Broadway at 61st Street) Circle Building BROOKLYN, N. YA 1422 Bedford Ave. "': WHITE PLAINS 186-18B Marline Are. NEW ROCHELLE, N, V, 567 Main Street BRONX, N. Y. 2460 Grand Concourte ' PLAINF1ELD, N. J. 190-192 Eait Front Street NEWARK, N. J. 866 Broad St. r v t I ll 1 1 I 1 (J Ml V A