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THE SUN AND JWOBKJgRALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920.
20 4f ' '. i it i 11 I TTT7T DTADV Eroidiray at Ninth Strt, New Formerly A. T. Stewart Tork. 'SANG DEATH AWAY 11 BIG CAMMING HOUSE 'SQRMMi RIH. IRMHW i SKS SLSLS?30 THIS JUiUN WAJSAauuuaav wwy. PERSONALS. CTKWOfUl i,t lUrrr T'tln, 2W if., (. f" r'' afln?"W DAYS IN OPEN BOAT ARNSTEIN DEMAND i Cti rrow " I no mtc v Vt IPKfffe WfXI FRITH nftltfl hi ts 1.11 II. I" K !" 1ir.r. U . tor IV MIW . J2f,"I;i.l KW'S sailors Heartened l)y Joyous Mien, in ni"",1""' ,,,,;;..ii ktKI'V K Slfliy lit l rrti. IWi A "i,,l,'K V,. Slwtl jkiiot. Truant '. " Jfrlirvl. 211 Wfr mm i . April l'l, Aiwra7 OVKIII.MiKH. a mitl"" T H ate! r4 I am fit '"J''WVi ,f.r LOST AND FOUND. nit ran ha me. 1 . II., JS un-ller-nl"), Mf-raM iur ?.jTxh- Utir uiniT 11, about , ' Ownr ili' .lrlritlfn, write II. II.. o 115 S'in ll.ral'l. Harlem , . 'MWAbo'Ji' J cr afe, In vicinity t Irxrlti l'rlc and Mountain av Upper .Miiriicl.tr. .v. J . k entlmn' rft.il rln. km wiiii uq dUrnonli "nil fine appMrc Liberal rmarl nrtf-re I f'r return ot Minn 10 t'a A I' MO'lim, : MMHil'l v., 2lorilr Uir 'i'koti :!J.. LOST- ifarh I", platinum dlppfl wrlat watch ,, .rir ahape. iiiro'jndu; by lla miiw.t, from lurk h and Uth t , throurn ih " Madl.un. rt'.n Ma4ln to Kitn, an.i !tn . i Wiirtn. 'I,'J'1 tr.M if r'Kiicd tu J I'. KAN K. 14! J'ark . bHT-Ileiweeii fiTirij-tw) on the Hu'Ijon. . Y, and Urookljr.. Marfb !. "trltht htr plii. II lUifnoo'U t Hi iiaunuin. voir roinul vi JJurks of 3Iascot ns Waves Broke Over Them. JlESCl'E SHIP TOO LATE Crew of Norfolk Jioat Col lapsed When Taken Aboard Oil Tanker. Eleven lava In an rpn boat In jcas ih t'Miit'l n'.arly an tall a tliiWool worlh IJulldln? anil that hnrtlrd hosa- hraU nl fpray otr him illil not damrxrU thi Hflrlts of the little rftfmcril Tuao. maiicot of the wrkf! NorveitUn bark H (Inaen, thf rklw-er of wlilch, (.'apt. An-lri.- Andreren, and eleven men, not to mention Tuwo, arrived yesterday by the Link Meatwhin Vaarll from Valencia. Dut Tubso might not have barked no Mlwrsl rerJ. tin (UmU'iih Joyourly at the watery unlverj; rplllln tfkW) rituni' lo lll.ACK, bTAIIK 4 HifOhT, ltli , th. i.OlT .svi llnvtn jn4 HirtfurJ lUllrwi'i pso. uri tM, liwn Orri4 ''nirH! n,l llrn.iay; no value lo l)ndr. hiy xny v. un'ii n ownr. iuI)kII rwM ir rniirni-il. I., SJ9 Htin H'Ml'j. lleruld J.OHT HUik crip nn HuiiFWi Tuh trim, Wninmlit A. II : nam .'' V.'altr II Judtoti. (.'ill I'irtlan'l JO!, or rnurn f I'll, llr(lwi.y. Itooin Ul. HwircJ. LOUT- Mri'lii7rAIrrh Ci'w'1 V." n'l Ot on MkUwh or Filth r . li tnnai i.r pin. pliln pUtlnuin, rH(lutJ rtlmjriil. Illierxl rcwrl. Itelurn to Udull ft lMoul7(Kirtnv. 1JHT. i,-l.i.-n 7th ft. an-l IlroJiln'ii n. Wii",..f pin'ii, it'.lJ -Isirnie aw, Irttloj umnutrun i. V II " ullll wM fill li pl4 't rnurnnj to OK'J r. HAN- IJI-.U l. lir t , -N'.wVfcrtJty J.OT A in "i'mft biwktioi plo. "iet with nuil .namoriln. from rnnylvanla Km. I -.la 'ih. in 0ih !.. arm cr lo vit i , l.nlnirion v., rrward. K.s'OI.I.- JJAI'T r.'i Hail IWfr ,iiuir"tir"n rr7tiiifi, Imi at (lib v. at4 tuh, iilrael a l(low. l'lao ylurr, I , tnai aiHrn Ilnwan). I. tit ! J'oca. wv.t Vith m. Lo'T- piiirily'7vi,n!n'i"."iurch II. (!r.-B-l'h Vlllat Ttitatre or In laxl, ray lynx fur nt,- Upward II turnu to - on Mrn If lw had known that the skipper va connlderlns killing him and drinking his Mood wht'n the Vaarll hove In elfcht and when Die last of the water of the caaLawaM wan irons. The nklpper nuked, tiefor- he ipun hli yarn, about bin mate, Mann Wand, who, with the third mate and ten other?, or rupl'd the other lifeboat, and Miook hln head when he learripd that nothing had lx--n heard from him. Ths bark, the rklpper said, Intended to take on a cargo of coal at Norfolk, but there was a Mrlkc and he took aboard what thpv told him wan nand ballart, but was really a fort of sandy dirt. Thin clocKed the pilinpa after the bark had fpruiiK a leak In a sale and later flowed down to lee ward llko noft asphalt and etuck there. heavltiK the hark doun alrnoist on htr beam ends. All hands d'-rlded then to abandon Hhlp, v.hlrh they did after fourteen hourn at the pump?, In hr two 25-foot metal lifeboat?. The skipper's Idea ua to make liermuda, about 200 miles away. The line paused betnten the boats to help them keep In company RAIDED IN 74TH ST. Play Averaged $60,000 a Night, According to Police. Detectlven of Chief Innpector Daly'a ataff xmaahed down the rear entrance to a four Btory private dwelUnc In Seventy-fourth 'reet near Broadway, early this mornln d, emerKlng throuirh tlte front entram with four prisoners half an hour later, announced they had raided 'c oun Jlonte Carlo," where the play averaged IfiO.OOO a night. Inside the residence, they eaJd, they found all the s-.ppurtenancea of a high class gambling houf. Thi autonnbllu patrol that ilanreJ Into S:venty-fourth Ktreet a fi-w minutes later, awakening persons living In the Ansonla Hotel nearby, and the homes up and down the block, car ried away what the detectives Bald were two of the most expensive roulette wheels ever elzed In this city. The ruld caofed much rxcltement. To enter the house the raiders, led by De tective Michael Kelly, prevailed on th owrwr of the house next door to let them un- his bark yard for a sLirtlng point. When their forcei were assembled th-y attacked a shuttered wlr.dow on the parlor floor. Ttio rush took them half way to the front door of the raided premises. On the way they arrested a negro who they sab! wan the doorman. According to Dftertlvc Kelly, several attempts had been made to" raid the place, but each time tho; occupints were "tipped.'' The four prisoners said they were Henry M. Harlaj), a broker; James Campbell, a caleHman ; Charles Young, a pab-sman. and Krneit Coleman, a ne ;,ro. Harlan was charged with keeping and maintaining a gambling houfe and the others with aiding him. No players vrere found. Surety Companies That Lost by Big Bond Bobberies Now Insist on .250,000. IRVING COX'S YACHT ASHORE IN FLORIDA Owner and Wife and Mr. and Mrs. G. Bullock in Peril. A despatch from Jacksonville, Fla.. last night reported that the schooner yacht Misery, on board of which were the owner, Irving Cox, and his wife, as well as Mr. and Mrs. George Bullock, all prominent In society In this city, went ashore Tuesday night at the mouth of th..' St. John'H Itlver. The yacht s com NICKY'S LAWYER TALKS Tells of Wild Goose Chase With Detectives, but None Get Sight of Fugitive. wuwn.msw.av. . i.-u r inn u .u w oohi ...cued yesterday, the des- LOhT- li.an.fj hk iomln from Nw Am-1 separated. I-or four days the skippers y. ,tat,v t,,,i nv after they had i..i. -Ihefitre to Hrw-lway and SOU. boat, with rea anchor out, rode the hll- p"1!r',1 "l,' t .,L , llr ', - , i, r m uth, r.ru I'leare return to , ,,, d k , h m,r....iirt "pent a nighi if eSitrcme peril cllniing Vt,. Krr. : l-ark ... J. 1, l, , "f 'naruIM, to the rigging to save themselves from LOei .- mrn- Kha-nV- -UTk7Ora il ' "?L " lil'l. S .'.'""l-'L!!! Wn swept overboard by the high seas. rVr.tral Itranrh. hlac k Irnx tlDIIPt: fftjll Iip rar,I Upturn to Huiel Mariton, t Wt Sth m iti i, tn inarlnp", ,.t tnM ncnw, r ii'ipi lp,tiin l'lf up. 'lrifl war Stndf Jl. S' 1 Hit! I Ill.ll.lJlXU AND DHKim JMI n .VI lltwnrl ,u JVllsT l'npr. trnerlriD eltlKtitiilli. ppduiaa elpfji.r ail"!i '"!, al!e ppiinno'tf llikel. Klieli r- ii rn io Sutli !.. cUaplalb'a iff!' III'MlsON. UjHT 'n-u.ttijin Graml Central IStation; Mni cird ami sum of money. Heani fommi-tiiiijMte with value of find. K. b., ill hnn Derail!. Ilcralil wiuire. IJIHT li nlWrf-Alli 'hlle 'iif muff, Iu'iar llnii In. ntntile rmnnl Notify llr. llll.Mi irKIH0., Jlutmy lllll Hotel, tr Vr i.k MKlp'in, 111 I'liltun l. CoHT -Itounil diamond pin, one sapphire, betmeen .'I ami ulh an., (Olli and 4'th tn; rpiiril Mr. A. C. t:oe, Jr. :it ;( 61n t. l 1'OHT Kolilme blaik'le'a their wlfetnil watch bra'Plet. Klfih Avenue tiiia, fun day afternoon Hamilton Hotel, apartment Vi'lh , rewur'l. EosT llanli 12, female Airedale terrier. For any Information or rrturn, reward. Knel OaHner, 171! llarrnun St., lMiklyn. X67" i. ,ii ouiirr"rllu, Hotel 7ta"lnr,Tiieila7 erenlni rimler i.Jeaiw tfyiinnuali-ate Hllli (.' . ,1-iri tun Herald. Win Vicinity .i;fh ami ,'lh ., March l'T. v lljninoufl ij'tml1 pin; rrugril. I'lnder please fall i Ir, ! Hsl one I'hore combers that broke near It, showering all hands tilth thick spray. One of the two water casks was up wt In the tumbling and the hung fell out letting the precious contents Into the salty swirl In the bottom of the boat The men weie put on a mouthful of water a day then-after, and although their lips were blistered with salt spray they did not 'omplaln. On the xlxth day hope ame with a liner that ap- prarrd a loni nff, but nobody ciUl i uff liutlon. illainonl ctt n l. I, ii- upphlrn on otlier, reward. ilrele' 2C72 I.OHT Hllwr ilsaretie cae, InltlaU It. H If , reward. HAVKS'H, lit Went llOlll. ItUWAIlli--Left In YCii nv. aufway or Itlterl'le bti. Tupiiduy, uintirella, silver top with monogram. I'liotio iivi Va- llltIll'UI i ' SI IIA1IM'. ItCWAIH) for return of a 5'J DI.VllDMi, 1'bATINfSI MtdOOII lot U-tneen Hotel Alsumi'iln. Vci llili l. mid X'iIIi at. nn! I'nrlt at Tinder ileaw cominiiiilfiittt wlili Ml l'AY lHIVIT.lt. HntelAllfoieillii. Vamlerl.lll ). return peail Kcirf pin lost Morcii 1.1 betirppn Ttlli and -Mi ti t , oi In Lnl. jh, Tirrany tt Co. DiarkPd n (.In. ilAlt' TM CO., ,',tli av. and "ithm I1WI lll'.VAlt!l I," illaill'llld i-ement "plii. !ol l.n'Miar mpiiiii.' ii.'nliy rru a . ivih m . orliniilr. j n.ti ' In iil. -IIITANY & t' Mil ai mi l Ttli ! SUES PROFESSOR AS WIFE BEATER CATHOLIC CHARITIES I .--7-. Tn nv ncniTDA r tvrr I "'rs' owm ovens oeparauon TO BE CENTRALIZED 1 for Crueltv. aboard her Maw the distress n'gnals on the boat's little mast and the spirits of the men droopowl again. That night lights of another steamship were seen and tho castaways sent rockets and burned a Hare- light, which evidently were n'jt eeen aboard the steamnhlp. Only two of the eight oars with which the skipper started out were left on the tenth day, all the others having been broken or carried av.y, nnd although salt water bolls were bothering the men nnd thirst cracking their lips, they sang rhantvyn, while the dog howled accom paniment, and jokifj as If shipwreck were a pleasant Incident. When on the early morning of the eleventh day the Vanill saw the flare from the oll-aoakeil oakum buineil on tlm bout all save the sklpiwr with asleep and he did not wake them until he was sure the Vaarll had seen his slgnnl and was heading fur him. It was dawn when tho men awoke to find the Vaarll close by, and they put all their strength to the two oars nnd put tho lifeboat close under the Vaarll sea ladder and climbed aboard, later collapsing. The skipper himself carried Tusso. Capl. Andrcsen had command of two wooden sailing ships In war time and the (lermans torpedoed both. In one wreck the, nklpper kept nlloat until he was ilcked up In the North Sea by clinging to a plank from tho ship's Ice box. Archbishop Hayes to Be Head of New Organization. Announcement was made yesterday by Archbishop Hayes of tho organiza tion of Hie Cathode Charltlcn of tho nrehdlocen. of New York, u welfare work whl'li will bring tlm Catholic charlMis of three borougln of the city and r.even 1 untitles of the State under a sjlngle dire-Moil and will havo the wup poit of 200,000 annual ciuitributorB ami nn Income of 1500,000 a year, The organization has been In process of making for nearly a year and It, .Mrs Lucy C. Cow In In suing In (he .Supreme Court for a separation from Knwh Burton Oowln. professor of busi ness management In the New York Uni versity School of Commerce and vice president and general manager of the American Institute of Finance at 90 West Broadway. Mrs. Gowln says ho makes n pretty good Income out of these pursuits and from royalties on hooks he has published, All were brought to Jacksonrllle. According to the reiiort the Misery will be a total loss. She was swept high on the sands during a gale, and the presumption Is she was disabled and unable to keep off the beach. Mr. Cox l a naval architect and a member of the firm of Cox & Stevens at IS William streeL Mr. Bullock, his brother-in-law, Is chairman of the board of the Cnlted Una and Ktectrlc Cor poration His home as well as that of Mr. Bullock i!f at Oyster Kay. REFUSES TO MARRY; SHE GETS A BULLET Woman Saves Her Life by Grappling With Man. Wnlter Trlngham. 27 years old, of 2Z' Twentieth street, Brooklyn, was looked up last night .iccn.it il of shooting Miss Dorothy Wilson, 2T, years old. of 17.1 Wyckoff strict, in the hand, because she refused to marry him. Miss Stella O'Monnell, 33, who happened lo be In the room with Miss Wilson when the shots were fired, received a bullet wound In the light leg. Miss Wilson told the police Trlngham hifd been annoying her with Ills atten tions. She had an nppolntment to meet him last evening, but did not keep It. He appeared at Iter home later, she said, and demanded to know whether she In tended becoming his wife. When Miss Wilson refused his proffer nf marriage, she told the police, Trlng ham drew a pistol. The young woman grappled with him, and In the scuffle the pistol was discharged, tho bullet passing through Miss Wilson's light hand. Ml.1.1 O'Donnell entered the room Just as the second shot was fired, and was struck In the leg. The screams of the women attracted Krank Nyland, 11 roomer In the houHe, who disarmed Trlngham. A physician attended Trlngham foi a broken nose and lacerations. Miss O'Donnell was sent to the Holy Family Hospital. Ktiger.e K. McOce. the lawyer who conducted an cxpenalve but exceedingly unsuccessful excursion of threo detec tives In search til Nicky Arnsteln, gave the details of the trip yesterday at a hearing In the bankruptcy proceeding In volving Arnstclri's affairs before Alex ander Gilchrist, Jr.. Cnlted States Com missioner. Mr. McGee, with hta partner. William J. Fallon. U looking after the Interests of Arnsteln here while their client operates a telephone relay to keep the District Attorney Informed as to his, Arr.steln's, sentiment of tho moment regirdlng the amount of ball In which he .hould be held pending trial. Mr. McCee said his rr.oit recent word from Arnsteln was that 123,000 should be the ball limit. The District Attor ney's ofJrce has been boosting Its figures as its estimate of the Imjortance of Arnstem Increased, and has fixed upon $230,000 an the sum It will ask the court to fix. Despite the difference in tho ball esti mates (here were Indications that Arn steln had wearied of exile far from Broadway and Is willing to come In. Mr. McJeo said he and Mr. Fallon have had talks daily with Fannie Brlcc, acrtess wife of Arnsteln. Ball security has been the subject discussed. K I'. Strong, a Cleveland lawer. was In the party at a cotiferenco In the Hotel Claridge on Tucwlay night. Mr. Strong had a talk yesterday with John T. Doollng, Assist ant District Attorney. Hrvrlntlona Xot Kncerly Mndr. Under examination by Saul S. Myers, attorn-y for the aurcty companies that have borne a large share of the burden rauseil by a big conspiracy to steal bonds In the tln.inclaJ district, Mr. BfcGee showed reluctance toward revealing de tails. He said he did not sec Arnsteln on the trip nor speak to him over the tele phone. Ho explained that he was not accompanied by the detective In the cit ies to which he led them, but that they were constantly shadowing him and cut ting In on his telephone calls. Mr. Mcflee said the only direct com munication he had with Arnsteln was a note he received on February 28, the day after he left New York with the de tectives. whlUj he was staying at the Hotel William 1'enn, In I'lttsburg, under the name of John lingers. He destroyed the note, he said. He riuoted the follow ing from memory : "I will not come In until my ball has been fixed. Myers Is trying to fix a crime on me. This Is the greatest Joke I ever heard of. I will not come In nnd lay In the Tombs until ball U fixed." Mr. McGee said the note was given to him by a man who said he was Henry Stern. He never saw the man before, he said. To him was shown a picture of Nlcit Cohen, former associate of tho Gondorf brothers, who is under sus picion in the bond plot, but he declared that Cohen was not Stern. Mr. .McGee told Stern It would be Im possible to have bail fixed for Arnsteln until he was arraigned In court. On March 2 Stern reported to Mr. McGee that Arnsteln was ready to surrender and would meet the lawyer and the de tectives at the Hotel Koidester, In Rochester. MlenthtiiK, llculstc ns Unlton. said Mr Mc- STORAGE EGGS AND BUTTER ON DECLINE Beef Stocks in State, How ever, Show an Increase. AI.RAMT, March 17. There wero 30,- QCt 9A9 1 ad a au In Iam n. lni.rh Here are a few of the Items .harged , ST , ,, , In her bill n complaint, sufficient, she'1 tlmn on Februnry 1. according to fig- says, tn Justify her In separating from her husband on February 25 Inst: In March, 1911, at H5 Audubon ave nue, he threw her down anil kicked her. Then ho fastened the bathroom door. wnilu she was within, so that she had to 191C. ot 17 West Fifty-second street, ho knocked her down. In August, 1D1B, while they were camping at like George, he knocked her down and beat her black nnd blue with a stake, then made her vash a blanket In the lake and hold It for two hours be- On other occasions 'h" " ' "aius. ti,e result of May there all night. In August, 1914, in hr Hrv"!l'l , .,"0lV,'r "' ,'onlr!'1 ' 1,Mt ,,cr ui rlflts so it one of authority and direction learned during, her eyes was blackened. In February 11 n-iii iiavn nirectlon or all Catholic charities In the boroughs of Manhattan. Bronx and Itlchmond and tho counties of Westf liester, Dutchess, Itockhuid, IMlnatn, Orange, Ulnter and Sullivan. Tho general pl.m of Hie or.inli.-.ilnn alms at the elimination of w.iin ,.,.i . for., n flic to ilrv It (duplication or effort; al the lootdlnatlon he knocked her down, struck her, kicked or Hie fiinclions of charitable artlvltles her out of bed. made her sleep on the so they may serve more people nnd floor and dragged her about on her nerve them belter; at overcoming weak- knees. tiensvt In existing charities by .adding tn -Mrs. Gowln says she considers It dan their lesouices, and at the extension of gerous to live with tho professor. When agenclcH to covit tlelds where Catholic! her motion for $200 a month nllmony Interests are unprotected. , was presented to Justice Gavcgan I'rof. It concentrates the Held of r-ii,..n Gowln atineared In nerson tn onniwo the charitable endeavor Into ni principal application, but filed no replying nffl tllvlHlons to h" iidmlnl.sterefl as renenl davits. The tourt ordered him to pay ndmllllsti.illon. relief ,.1,11,1...... i , 120 a wrck tn his wire. ! protective caie and hoi (al aetlnn. Arch-! I,rof- ;ow!n said last night that his bishop Hayes Is to he president of tho wlf"'8 eharges vcro nbsurd. vrfruiiizaiitnt .-nut will tie assisted hy an executive coinmltlfo. and an advisory ciimcl! of I'.itholl,. men mil) women' ures made public to-day by Kugenc H. Porter, Commissioner of the Division of Foods and Markets. The amount of creameT-y butter In storage also showed a decrease of approximately 20 per cent., or. In exact figures, 2,912,734 pounds less than on February I. Increases are note.) In the amount of certain foodstuffs, particularly meats. There were 9.299.22S more pounds of frozen beef than on February 1, but 20.176.&05 pounds less than on .March I, 1919. Frozen pork showed an increase of 1.9&S.974 pounds over February 1, and .1,222,6113 pounds more than on the same day last year. The report Indicates the people of this State nto a trifle less meat and more eggs during February. l Kit fl.sKVIKNT, Clnice! $68. There nro mini' handsomo tin llilsheil Wiii-hIcI milts various shades of brov,n and grey. Tlm fabrics urn exceptionally Unu nnd tho tailoring particularly good. fipiiiig Overcoats will l, needed If winter derlilvs to go or Ktny. Here I hey at e ready to put on. Loose slip-ons for Hlreet or motor, t.OH, nui,IK mien for trim young men and the fver popular lly front Ches terfield. $.10 Id to I. (i v VINCHNT. 524.620 fith Ave ' near 3 1st SI. ANCHORS OF CRAFT SUNK IN 1862 FOUND Trawler Petrel Brings Inter' csting Relics to Port. Them ore ui'lie thlnj-n in the sea Inure Intereiitlng than fish to veterans in the perilous north Atlantic trade tilled hv Hmucks exclusively n the past and now ; morn successfully by wtcam trawlers. ' Capt. Tom Miller of tho trawler Petrel i brought In from George Bank yeater . day two rusty anchors, relics that r i called to Hhcllhocks of his clew the mighty UecemlsT g-alu of 1S62, In which , nineteen smackn wcro loht nnd 160 , fishermen perished. ; Tln anchors were fished up on tho" ' southeastern edge of the nhoal, where the larger juirt of the wrecks ,ero In Ihe great blow. Tho veterans say the anchors liorn the hnndlwork of tllouces ter nhlp blacksmith.-) of tho period Just beforu the civil war. I Tho Petrel landed a cargo of 200,000 I haddock, the largest brought to port this Mr- ...... A STRIKEBREAKERS ON PIERS ARE ATTACKED One Stabbed Severely Sev eral Hurt in First Violence. S'rlkehrrakers employed on the Kail lilvcr I.lne piers were attacked by union pickets yesterday. Georgo Gctsnev. aiday morning. striking longshoreman, of 413 East Four-! wcek'8 a,:our.m,Vcn,,. i" "HI'X'Im ?Ir tcenth street, was seriously Injured : ev-, Mycn' aU1: Uo V'111 havo both . ys . .. . . . r,'. rri, reference WIIQ tn Am. "I went to Rochester, Gee, "and registered under the name ol Henry Dalton. I received a 'phone call at 2 o'clock on the morning of March I, instructing me o go to the Hotel Onon. daga In Utlca, where Arnsteln would surrender. There Is no Hotel Onondaga In I'tlca. I went to the Onondaga In Syracuse. I called all the hotels in Utlca and asked them to relay any message for Henry Dalton to me at Syracuse." Mr. MeUeo said he waited In Syracuse for threo or four days. Ho talked to .Mr. Fallon In New York and to Stern. He said Mr. Fallon told him ball could be arranged for, that Fannie Hrlco would put up her diamonds and that her mother would pledge a $10,000 equity In real estate. After being examined nlong other lines Mr. .McGee said he had forgotten to testify that whllo In Syracuse he had made a trip to Buffalo. He said the trip was a diversion, because he whhed to see Niagara Falls In their Icy glory. Ho admitted he had crossed the International Bridge to Canada, but de nied the affairs of Arnsteln had any thing tn do with the trip. Mr. JlcC.ee said he went on tho trip after he and Mr. Fallon had talkcJ to Assistant District Attorney Doo"ng. lie added that the scheme Insisted i.pan by Arnsteln In his relayed messages provided for Ills being at a given p'.ice at a llxed time to wait for a communi cation from the fugitive. Mr. McGee In sirted that tho trip cost him $700. "I did not want to go on this trip," said Mr. McGee. "I had no desire to lead Arnsteln Into a trap. I was his attorney. I advised him when 1 saw him at the Hotel Wlnton In Cleveland February 23 to give himself up." Ilrfuscs to Tell All. "Tell us what happened In Cleveland," said Mr. Myers. "I won't tell you. Yes, I will tell you somo things. Arnsteln said he did not want to bo planted by the surety com pany. Ho asked mo to have his brother. Miss Brice's mother and her two broth ers sleep In her house so that the surety company couldn't plant her. He said ho was Innocent nnd never received any bonds. He nddod that ho had rheuma tism and would not spend n single night In tho Tombs If ho could help It." The hearing was ndjourned to Satur- Mr. McGee asked for a eral others wero hurt. The fight started at West and Fulton streets, when twenty-five Btrlkers at tncked n party of non-union workers. Gcssney was stabbed In tho neck by a negro. John Williams, 265 Third ave nue, was arrefited and held on a chargo of felonious assault. No other nrrest." were made. This Is tho first case ofi stein and Cohen. KOCH & CO.'S GOTH YEAR. Department .Store C'clelirntes Day by Bonus to employees. The sixtieth anniversary of II. C. P. violence reported. Koch & Co., Inc., Is being observed The strike situation Is unchanged. T. this week with a series of sales nt tho r i , . ... . . I I .. XI'... 1 V, n-un k.,.lnM. ' V. O'Connor, president of the Interna tlonal Longshoremen's Association, con ferred with a representative of tho De partment of Labor, who came from store In West 125th street. Tho business was started by II. C. F. Koch In a small store at the comer of Bleccker nnd Carmine streets. The firm Is now Washington to nsrerlaln how much h I composed ot K. H. nnd W. T. Koch, tleup affects public convenience. Isodb of the founder. It was stated that j Officials of the steamship lines claim . morn limn 20 per cent, of tho employees the strike U Illegal, because us common I have been with the store over ten carriers they nro under the regulations years nnd over 29 per cent, more than I of the railroad net, and labor differences five years. In recognition of their ' must be submitted lo dlscuvilon. service a 5 per cent, bonus was paid An embargo has been declared against 'or tho six months ending July 31, 1919, the Fall Illvcr Linn by the teamsters, and one of 10 per cent, for the six and tho docks nro piled high with freight. . monllis ending February I, 19J0. An ad Conslgnees have been notified to come i dltlonal bonus was paid thoso still und get their goods. I Ioneec Jn the firm's employment, I LA MOPE El ' it rm i mr$ 1 The 1 mi ward Look of a Mm into himself is what counts the most in living his life. ' There are iimny thousands of young fellows in our univer sities and colleges today, well born, bearing noted names, some of them rich, lKindsomc, popular, but neither books, gradu ation, diplomas nor high-sounding names alone will give them the high places they arc destined to attaih unless they do enough individual thinking to find out what is in themselves. Passing almost every day, and giving a look to a valuable painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds, brings to remembrance a story told of this renowned paintcrhow a friend of his took him to sec a picture by a fellow-artist, then much talked about, to pass an opinion on it. Sir Joshua said: "Well, it is a capital composition; correctly drawn, the color and tqne excellent, but but it wants, hang it! it wants that!' " snapping his fiiyjcrt. Lacking "that!" though it had much else, it was worth but little. What was Sir Joshua's ".lai"." What sense docs it include that you and I leave out of our daily work? Think it over and keep on thinking and be the best possi ble sort of a man that you can. Signed March 18, 1920 0$ JW$. Slrr H tin? fin i Norfolk amd OtHier Severely Tailored Smite For tle junior girl and Mix.i l.'i to 20 Severely tailored styles with excellent lines, the best of materials, and painstaking tailor ng is our slogan. For junior girls there arc suits with truly girlish lines sizes 15 and 17 years. The collection includes youthful adapta tions of all the niportaut decrees of fashion suits with Eton, box, .straight-line and Norfolk coats and . Prices start at $33.50 i At that price, suits of navy blue serge; homespun suits made in our own workroom arc 839.50; wool jersey suits are $19.50; Hurella cloth suits in unusual colors, $19.50; suits of smart checked velours, .$59.50 many other suits up to $85; one model at latter price is illustrated at left. The li920 Norfolk Suit For Miss 14 to 20 at $55 This new version is very good looking, is it not? Illus trated centre. Fashioned of navy blue Poirct twill and made in our own workroom. The average school girl is always keen for this type of suit. The severely tailored suit illustrated at right may be chosen in navy blue serge, tan or horizon blue herringbone tricotine, at $79.50. Smart woo! Jersey Suits at $29.50 and $39.50 g, Second floor, Old Building, Tenth street. ' During this week ten well known authors will deliver informal talks in the Wana makcr Auditorium. TODAY Alexandcri Black will speak. He is author of Hie "Great D e sire," has had a varied career as newspaper reporter, tech nical writer,! "picture-play man,' novelist. Preceding the speaking, at 2:30 there will be a Concert. Lovers of good music and good hooks are invited. There will he no charge for admission. First Gallery, New Building. editor aud Practical Easter Gifts of Sterling Silver Tea spoons, 922 to $12 dozen. Olive wood salad sets, $10 set. with -sterling silver handles. Tea balls ?2-7J to 85.50 each. Tea strainers, 81.50 to $7 each. Cake or pic knives, 80 lo $7 each, with sterling silver handles. Grape shears, $1.30 to $7 pair. Tea spoons, 82 to 81 each. Baby spoons, $1.75 to $3.50 each. Napkin rings, $3 to $8.75 each. Baby sets, 3 pieces818 set. Main floor, Old Bldg. Charm 3 eg Sweaters .. for Womemi, Special $11.75 grades $9 o7B The fact that included arc such delightful designs as zephyr sweaters with the bordered coat cuffs and collar of contrasting colors should be sufficiently convincing to hurry this lot out in quick marching order. Also there are beautiful sweaters of mohair with sailor collar nnd sash. We have not offered mohair sweaters at such a low price before. Colors arc fascinating brilliant colors, pastel shades, as well as com binations and black and white. There are coat sweaters and Tuxedo styles; some have belts, some sashes, some have sailor collars, some coat collar or round neck. All sizes for women in the lot. Main floor, Old Building. Hats amid Blouses of Delicacy of color and fragile charm of material are but part of the loveli ness of the hats and blouses the Frivolity Shop has de signed for springtime wear. A quaint simplicity of line is the true distinguish ing feature of all that Frivolity Shop makes. Xot only in delightful clothes to wear, but in lamp shades and cushions the Shop features; the same charm characterizes these. Illustrated at the upper left is a wide brimmed garden hat of cream colored and coral straw, made charming by rows of narrow bright green r'bbon, frayed at the edges. Price, $-20. Another hat of similar straw in green and white, is tr'mmed with great bunches of primroses in pink and darker pink; $25. Narrow brimmed sailors with softly draped crowns, made of natural linen crash; $18. Little round hats for country wear, made of woven tropical straw have unfinished edges of un woven straw. In taupe, Delicacy a&nd Loveflaimess In the Frivolity Shop Au Quatrieme rose and white, green and dark blue; $10.. . Blouses Illustrated at the lower right is a blouse of white Georgette crepe with kn fe pleated collar, s'eeves snd lower part of the over blouse. A narrow string girdle defines the waist line; $50. An Alsatian blue linen over-blouse is bound with maise colored linen; $30. Dotted swiss peasant blouses in blue, dotted with red, white, with dark blue, white with red, anp pink with white; $10. White flannel peasant blouses, cross stitched, red and blue and yellow bands; $27. Fourth floor. Old Building. Springtime Small Fmrs of Exqunisite Textmire The small becoming fur neck-piece that the well-appointed woman wears with her spring tailleur, with her cloth street frock with all of her town frocks and suits late in the season. Stone Marten that highly becoming fur of soft brown, cream and cafe au tail collar ing, especially luxuriant in pelt, lis 800. $07.50 and $75 the single skin scarf and $120, $135, $150 for the two-skin scarfs. Batumi Marten a soft and fine as sable and of a similar exquisite coloring is 8110 for single skin scarfs and $220 for two-skin scarfs. Fitch Dark in color and very smart looking; $32.50 for single skin, and 865 for two skin. Mink Always correct and becoming. Mink nowadays is being worn by the most youthful of smart women, and by the young girl, in fact. Single skins, $32, $45, $75, Double skins, $58, $00, $145, $175. Blended Sable Hudson Bay sable, blended to a deep natural brown. Single skins, $115. Two-skins, $280. Russian Sables of exquisite fineness. One-skin scarfs, $250 $400, $550. Two-skic, $505, $050, $300. Second floor, Old Building. Silk Interesting Sale' Arranged for Today Stockings, $2,25 pr0 TAX Sc Full-fashioned. And perfect. Average wholesale price today, S3.GG pr. "I'd never forgive myself if I missed this opportunity,' said a woman who saw examples of the stockings in the Sale. "1 11 be on hand bright and early Thursday morning with all the money I can get." The stockings are from our regular stocks. 1,789 pairs were $2.50 pair. 679 pairs were $3.50 pair. 414 pairs were $4 pair. These prices are less than today's wholesale cost. So, you see, the special price of $2.25 is remarkably low. We have reduced prices because we cannot fill in the shortened quantities in all the colors and black, except at the very much higher prices. We have grouped the several lots together, so that you may have a fairly full choice of colors and black in each size; although you will not find every color in every size in each. About 45fi pairs are black PARIS CLOCK, all silk, light weight, in black, white, Russian brown, cordovan and few other shades; were $4 pair. MEDIUM WEIGHT, all-thread silk, in black, cordovan and me dium gray; were $3.50 pair. MERCERIZED cotton top and soles on a medium weight thread silk stocking, in cordovans, dark brown, steel and smoke; were $2.50 pair. Main Aisle, Main floor,) Old Building. 4