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INSPECTOR HENRY'S
STOCK DEALS BARED
Connscl for Brokers Explains
Finn 'Carried' Accused as
Other Good Customers.
CHARGED OFF TllE DEBT
Holdover March Grand Jury
Told of Transactions Cov
ered in Indictment. .
Inspector Domlntek Henry's deallnsa
with the stork brokerage. 1rm of Mock,
Matonry & Co., 74 Hroadway. were cx
plained yesterday to tho Jioldovcr March
Grand Jury, which Indicted Inspector
Henry nevrral weeks go on a chargo
of reflect of duty. Ills trial upon that
charso In sehcdulad to bciln Monday in
General Sms'ons.
After testifying In the Grand Jury
room Mayer I.. Halff, counsel for lliock
& Maloney, met newspaper men at IiIh
request In tho ofllce of Assistant District
Attorney Smith. Ho admitted that tho
firm. In closing Its account with the
Inspector on January 21. 131&, charred
Its lots of J12.962 to "profit ard loss,"
and that It voluntarily opened a new
account with him in May without the
deposit by him of any collateral, liut.
aid Halfr, In all tho dealings with In
pector Henry there was no "ulterior
motive." Tho Arm, he said, carried the
Inspector nt times when the account was
weak, and, knowing him to be a respon
sible man who had been unfortunate In
hla operations and had paid the firm
quite a mini In romlnslons. tried to help
him out and allow him to recoup when
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tciidj'd to .Inspector llcrry, Halff silld,
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honornblo customer had a right to ex
pect from hi brokers.
"I went before the Grand Jury without
being subpoenaed and showed that our
dealings with Inspector Henry were only
ordinary business transactions and had
no bearing on the charges acalnst him,"
the lawyer told reporters.
It appeared from the testimony that
at the end of the year 1918 Henry owed
the firm more than S20.000, against
which It held 300 shares of 1J. It. T.
stock worth about S23 n share. A the
firm wished to mr.ke an adjustment,
Henry took otit the stock, raised 37.000
on It. added 31,900 cash and $600 lib
erty bonds and paid Block. Mnloncy &
Co. $3,500. Tliis left his Indebtedness
$12,062. Halff said that the firm, con
vinced he could not pay the rest of what
he owed, charged the J12.962 to prorit
and los. which was the proper thing
to do.
Halff was asked If, notwithstanding
this debt, Henry was allowed to open
unnthcr account In May.
"Of course he was." the law) or re
plied, "but he didn't know It. Mr. lliock
or -Mr. Maloncy simply oidered the
stock, buying It tor Inspector Henry
on day and xelllnz It the next, making
a small profit for hhn. They were f Im
ply trying to make some money for him
In their desire to help hhn out of a hole.
They did nothing that is not frequently
done for a customer. If there had been
a loss on this transaction the Inspector
wouTd have been liable, of course."
Ilaff said the firm was not a philan
thropic Institution, but liked to give
everybody a square deI.
"We naturally are itnxious to sec those
who have lost money with us make
money when there Is an opportunity,"
ho added. "We have dono this with
others and arc doing it every day. That
Is what has made us one of the biggest'
houses in Wall .Street."
Ferdinand Oclenno of Mollis, I.. I.,
former owner of the Van Cortlandt
Hotel, later I a France Hotel, In West
Forty-ninth street, was another Grand
Jury vltnoss. He lisd previously told
Assistant District Attorney Smith that
when he contemplatt-1 buying the hotel
for $15,000 a certain inspector told him
to wait a while. Dtlcnne said he waited
and after the hotel was raided ho bought
It for ir.OfO. While lie owned It a
Talk about quality
Camels are there
and then some!
YOU'LL appreciate what quality means
when you smoke Camel cigarettes! You
get flavor and fragrance and mellow mild
ness in Camels that are as new to you as
they are delightful. You quickly realize why
Camels are the most fascinating cigarette
you ever smoked.
Your preference
to their quality but to Camels expert4lend of
choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos
and you will greatly prefer Camels blend
to either kind of tobacco smoked straight
Camels are not only remarkable for their
smooth, mellow mild body, but are distinctly
refreshing and leave no unpleasant ciga
retty aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty
odor.
Compare Camels with any ciga
rette in the world at any price if you
want to know why Camels win
the most fastidious smokers.
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woman was arrested In Hie hotel and a
policeman was-placed In front of It. De
lenno said li0 called on the Inspector
and the policeman was removed. Still
later he decided to sell out, Ry paying
the Inspector 11,000 as a commission for
hli services In extending the short leaso
on the property to a ten year term De
Icimo said ho was able to get fC.000
from the buyer. Delenne Mid he never
paid tho Inspector anything but the,
J1.000, which he considered u legitimate
commission on a brokerage transaction.
Subpotnsed police records of the raid
and the. arrest iif the woman were ex
hibited to the Grand Jury.
Other witnesses yesterday were Chief
Inspector John Daly. Capt. James Mc
Auley of the West Forty-seventh street
station. Sergeant Dolan of the First In
spection district and Borer Walsh, chief
clerk at Police Headquarters.
$5,000 HAT MISSING
FROM HOTEL ASTOR
It la Millinery Gem Declined
by Mme. Deschanel.
Five thousand dollart' worth of mil
linery disappeared yesterday from the
Hotel Astor. It was 'all one hat, des
tined origlnatly for the head of Mmo.
Deschanel, wife of the President of
France, but declined with thanks.
Frederick Bode, president of the Mil
linery Chamber of Commerce, ordered
the removal of the hat from the conven
tion hall of the Millinery Jobbers' Asso
ciation. Ho asserts that he doea not
know what has become of the paradise
decked piece of feminine plumage, and
furthetmore. he has no Idea what Ik go
ing to be done with the hat If it Is found.
.The Hetall Milliners Association,
whose president or Henry S. Bcmhard.
and which Is entirely responsible for
the Millinery gem. Is equally tit sea so
far an the disposal of the rejected hat Is
concerned. The association Is consider
ing offering It to the most beautiful
woman III America. She must be
wealthy to provide It with the proper
snrtoril surroundings, cxuValned tho
committeemen who had arranged, or
thought they "had. for Its foreign acceptance.
for Camels is due not only
Camels are sold everywhere in scicittificallysealcd pack
dies of 20 cigarettes; or ten packages (200 cli&rettes) in a
glassinc-paper-covered carton. We strongly recommend
this carton for the home or office supply or when you travel
R J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salem, N. C.
AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1920.
LONG ISLAND BANK
HEAD -SURRENDERS
Robert. Moran Is Held in $10,
000 Bail on Charge of Di
verting: Deposits.
ltobert D. Moran of Great Neck IIIus,
L. I., formerly assistant manager of the
Cong Island City branch of the Amer
ican Trust Company, surrendered ye
tfrtay to Denis O'Lcary. District Attor
ney for Queens county, and was held In
JlO.OOO ball on the speclflc charge of
having diverted li.7,300 from the deroslt
carried In the branch by the SU Johns
Hospital and crediting, this amount to
the' Paramount Motors Corporation, 265
West Sixty-fourth street. Manhattan.
Moran pleaded not guilt)'. He was ac
coinpanled to the Dlstilet Atorney'a of
fice by one of the incorporators of the
I ai amount Motors Corporation.
This was the second arreat growing
out of the shortage of about $98.00p of
tho bank's funds. William K. Kldrldge.
formerly receiving .teller. Is under J20,
000 bail charged with misapplying the.
bank's moneys. At least two more ar
rests are evnected. Tho affair now be
ing alrfed by Mr. O'Leary before the
Grand Jury will be productive of sev-
ral more Indictments, according to tho
Investigators. Mr. O'Leary said yes
terday that ho had evidence that about
S40.000 of the missing money went into
stock In the Paramount Motors Cor
poration. There Is no evidence that the
motor corporation was cognizant of the
diversion of money to Its credit or that
It had any knowlcdgo of the misapplica
tion of the bank's funds.
The alleged Irregularities took plare
while the bank was the Queens County
Trust Company and before the absorp
tion of that institution In October by
the American Trust Company. The
losses were covered by a blanket bond
put up by the National Surety Com
pany, which Is now producing the evi
ajUflBVfllll
dence on which trfo Grand Jury Is hand
ing down indictments.
According o oflleera of the National
fiuretv Company and of the American
Trust Company, thn 'monsya missing
from various accounts carried uy i"
OiK.na f-nnntv Tmt Comnauv were.
diverted to variety of uses. Several
young women possessed of greater pul
chritude than discretion are Bald to havo
shared In tho Ineltlclcnt spending i
about 910,000, and another good looking
i. -,M in liov received
a considerable boost toward her ambi
tions to become a cinema queen, u i
said she wai a more or leas deluded
sharer in the money, being under th
impression that her "anscl" waa what he
described himself to be a lover of cellu
loid art who had come by the financial
wherewithal In the Texas oil fields.
However, Moran and F.ldrldge were
not tho ullescd Binders. According
to the detective,' neither of Hietse men
went crazy on Broadway and the actual
ptungera In stocks and Tendlrloln
human nature havo yet to be arrested.
There Is yet another business concern
that Is said to have received about
$23,000 of the money. Kldrldge InststB
that ho did only thos things that his
superiors told him to do. tt' reputation
U good and ho In said to lue been liv
ing quite within his means. Moran;
reputation baa been equally good and
it U becauso hn has talked freely to
representatives of the National Surety
Company that It became possible to find
Indictments.
Neither Moran, Kldridge nor any other
ofllclal of .the old Queens County Trust
Company Is now with the Long Island
City branch of the American Trust Com
pany. When the Stato bank, examiners
discovered the shortage last December
brier investigation prompted Harry A.
Knhler, president of tho American Trust
Cfmpany, to "clean house,'' as he ex
prowed It yesterday. Tho methods by
which the alleged defalcations were ac
complished were various nnd not at nil
original. So-called ''sleeping accounts,"
or accounts thit were drawn upon so
seldom that littlo If any attention waa
paid to them except when tho exam
iners made their visits, were levied upon
for various amounts at various times. It
Is said: also that transfers from new
accounts to the .plundered sleeplmr ac-
Mimlt kLiIImI off detection bv th exam
iners until the bank changed hands.
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BOY'S FATAL FALL A SECRET.
Companions Frightened Into
Slleuee After Accldeut.
Because tho boya who played with
Robert Adler. fl years old. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Adler of 4tt Clinton
avenue, West Hoboken. were too fright
ened to H their parents that their
playmate had fallen over a bluff near
Woehawken, the cniura uooy was not
Xound until yesterday.
The Occident ocourrea eany inurs
day afternoon and one of tin boys broke
silence Just as he won being put to bed.
An all night starch followed. In the
morning the body was found on a ledge
seventy-five reel xrom tno top or inn
cliff and a man lowered by a ropo re
covered It.
EAGLE BMND
CONDENSED MILK
"The MILK that
SAVES the SUGAR"
THERE is no reason
wfyy you cannot en
joy yotir morning cup ot
Coffee or Cocoa, If you
have "EagV Brand" in
the house. It makes
you independent of any
sugar shortage.
For sale at all dealers
THE BORDEN COMPANY
"HERE IS A PICTURE OF
My Two Children", said Mrs. Louis
De Wyndt. of Woonsockct, It. I. "I
have found that whenever they had
a cold or if I was troubled myself
with a cold or cough,- Father John's
Medicine helped to relieve. I have
also advised my friends to always
have a bottle in the house as a family
medicine because it is easy to take
and moreover it does not contain
any narcotics." (Signed) Mr.
Louis De Wyndt, 427 East School
St., Woonsocket, R, I.
Father John's Medicine contains
so alcohol no drugs. Its basis is
one of Nature's best food medicines,
which the body can easily take up
and use. Father John's Medicine is
a "builder" but not a "bracer." It
gives-new health and actually builds
new flesh. Because of its purity it
is safe for nil the family.
iif. ,
Jenny Be Good
A Notfl of Distinction.
By WILBUR FINLEY FAULEY
t-ubllshed Sept.. 1910. .y
BRITTON PUB. CO., N. Y.
Now Popular Edition; 10,000 Copies.
Heady soon.
OnUCR NOW. ALL BOQKSTOnES.
AMUSEMENTS.
MAY DANCE FESTIVAL
of 3 Perfamunctt Last Appearance
ISADORA
DUNCAN
DANCERS '
with BEim. nUBENSTElN, pianist.
gfiGIE Ski-ays
HALL I Sat. Eve.. May 15
Now ProKTami at Each Performance.
Tlricets 76c to f 2.00. at Hox Offlc Now.
HIPPODROME.TomorrowNight
FAREWELL RECITAL for 3 YEARS
ELMAN
TWct Sl.no to ?..vi. t Box Onto.
v.f-l;t9n OPERA HOUSE
metropolitan tonioht at :ao
Grand Gala Performance
Benefit Post-Graduate Hospital
Endowment Fund
Soloists ,
Mme-HELEN STANLEY.Soprano
G1ULIOCRIMI. two.
RUDOLPH GANZ. nanbt
Sasha CULBERTSQN, insist
Seats Now Selling. Boxm SI 00. 920.
8eaU S 1 to S3. (No War Tax.)
Management Loudon Cttirlton-S
AEOLIAN HALL, TODAY AT 2:30;
HARVARD PRINCETON
COLUMBIA
CONCERT
Mjt.Loudon Charlton. Mason A Hamlin Piano.
ACTORS' EQUITY
BENEFIT
METROPOLITANr w Fv.
OPERA HOUSE HHWflQWHt.8:,3
CONSTCLLATlOX OP 1.000 STARS
I -RED STONE will appear In
'Tho Kqulty Circus."
gtatfale at Box Office, !) A. M. to C P. it.
AEOLIAN HALL. TUBS UVn.. MAT 11.8:15.
I PIANO RECITAL BY
DAVID ZALISH
and his Pupils. Tlcketa at Box Office,
w. 10 aieinway 1'tano.
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AMUSEMENTS.
.tmerlci's Koremnit Theatres and Hit.
Winter Garden Kiati$kkti
i.:00.
DAY,
wsmm
CAblNU
Kvt.n :l i.2M it i Twt v
and Wii.
BIT, BE
Mmlfal Comedy HoiiMllonl
Cl!ll mrn'r Tk..i.. ,xri-t,.- o,
SOTHERN-MARLOWE
Jo-day -., p.... ... Wetlc.
of tho Bhrowi i To-night. Hamlot.
44TH ST. T.hM- w o' '. vs. JJ!f0.
. Stt. TrUvA- WMt'3:20.
l-ECIL I in "LOOK WIIO HHKRE''
T XT' A T nllh I'l vn M 1 VIKI.I1
iN Mualral Comody Trlumnh
uonel THF I FTTER
BARRYMORB fjS
SSS- VED MAY 12th, W.
JOHN D. WILLIAMS presents
ALL SOULS' EVE,
nlth Lola'riflllER and Cyril KEiaHTLK Y
4fifri St.T.nr. B'way. Kvs.sao. 2tt
.Mil. To-uay a Tuurs. aao. ri
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STORM
HEI.KN .
MacKEIJjAR
HELEN
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Matlnew To-day. Good seats at $1.50
rrtMCrW 4tt.nr.B'wav. Kvei. :2S.
. . . MU.To-day.Tiie.&Tours.2:2J
MY LADY
America's f with Clifton
FRIENDS
comiiy'. I Crawford
LYRIq'-:VLaB3,
MATINEE TODAY. 2:20
Musical "Ileruilcil" Oomedy lilt
IN
A
BIJOU
4Sth8t..W.of D'way. Evct.833.
Mats. Wed. (Pop.) A Bat. 330.
THE OUIJA BOARD
ELTINCF Thea.W.42d8t. Ef.8a0.
ca-lllIVjC Mats.Wed.(l'op.) A8at.?SW.
Martinique
wltli Joxiphlna Victor A Emmett Corrlsan.
Mariorie Rambeau
(n Clwnnfnj Pollock's Croat Melodmj.
The Sign Z Dqor
MOROSCO J5g,
ILASTtAT.2:30.
St. LAST TIME 8:30.
ELSIE
FERGUSON
in ArnoM Bennett's
Now Play
SACRED and
PROFANE LOVE
"Monday Et.TH
E HOLE thi, WALL
HARRIS Wet42dflt. Rvcs. 8:30
nsxmukj MiU T0.DAY A Wed. at 33o:
MOVES TO MOROSCO THE.MRE
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 10th
THE. HOLE
in
THE.
with MARTHA I1EDMAN
John Halllday. Wrnon steels.
WHATS
in
NEW TOltK'S LEADINO THEATRES AND SUCCESSES
EMPIRE LAST 2 WEEKS
EVS. 8:30. MATS. TO-UAY A WED. 330.
' KTHFT I " A""" iw
BARRYMORB
DECLASSBE
Ol.OUK.KYs.830.Mts.Wed.A8at.
"Zippiest lu Town." Teletram.
"The Girl From Home"
Chis. DtUlnsham's Mutlral Faroe
HENRY MILLERSI
EVE$.820-MAT5 THUBS c, SAT 220
HENRY KILLER
BLANCHE BITES
Ou JAMES FORBES
THE SEASON'S TOIUMPH
HUDSON
Writ 44th 8f.
Evs. 8:30. Man.
Wed. A .Sat. 2.-20.
Booth Tarkington's
"CI
arence
GreenwichVilIage?ki.V.h?So
EMILY STEVENS
LAST WEEK " C f) ll U I p
In PhUp Mueller's OUT nit
MOV..
MAY
10.
SeH
Now
EMILY I NORMAN O.P.
8TEVENH THE VOll UIEGOIE
ln "FOOT-LOOSE"
I By Zoo Aldus, author of "Declaito"
RPI 'ASCO Wert 44th St. Ev-nlnira SYIO.
Dtl-rtOU M, To-day A-Taum. 2:20.
Lenore Ulric gjg&g2:
nv OeorCT ficirboroiiith and David Belaya.
OEO.rnHAN.n.,,rv-43d St- E. 8:30
SAM II.IIARKlSpreenu .M,-wv
Collier
hi "THE HOTTENTOT" "lf a Riot.'
STANDARD. D'way.00 St. Mat.To-day
ue?co'3 "TIGER ROSE"
Next Weel". France j Starr. "Tlifer! TteerP
?TvtATts !' a!tW tifvut
Kxiended
Encasement
De MllloV
"Why Chame
Your Wife?"
DIVOLI
-ShacUetnn'. rri,i
for the I'd-.-WaUce
Held lit
"The Dim-In-
IJoyd Comedy.
HBvauatWhST.
DIALTO
llTimes SQUare
Enid Rcnnett
The FaU; floid'
CbrMlo CooMdy
K I ALTO
ORCHESTRA.
ftoV BROADWAY
VICTOR SEASTROM in
Henri Ibsen's fanous maiterpiece
"A Man There Was"
VMost imprcsslra dranutk: photoplay ever
pieieated on Broadway." Ere. Mall.
'40OETiiEtt mcK SENNETT'S
Red Comedy "DOWN ON THE FARM
LAST 2 WEEKS
ot !te r;ritrl
Xoe Cip Af
ford to Ulfi.
IPPODROMfi
SMARK TV
TRAiNHaS
ZAXEGREY-sr
5"il-.R-a
Lajiern Wcsltrajfr."
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AMUSEMENTS.
Direction of Leo siyl J. J. Bhuktrt.
NOT SO LONG AGO
CENTURY"2'' 8t..ci.i,k.wiwt.r.vi tm
l ui r jnstg, to-day A Wwl.IHS.
FLORODORA
Branch tkt. offlcn In Ceatral Thea, 47 A Il r
Tomorrow Night Star Concert
FULTON JY" ! ' 8-
iTv,V ...Mt TO-DAY A Wl. it sao.
E,0.ftUVJl58 Vn LITTLE DH1NK
Wth C Thaa. nr'.H'way, Kv.8:40 ja7ith Tlm
OJUI 0UMats.To-day4Wod. S,:40. To-nlaht.
Iancno Lanfmori In SCANDAL
CENTRAL T!L".,JI M'ftFWM'
4taiv A u-u4i v a. nni, ,hi,
Sim BERNARD B0RD0NI
In "A3 YOU WKRK.
NORA BAYES.- ' RZ
MAT. to-uay wed. Mat. Bn,1, $ 1 .50
SEASONS
II 100 EST
jGarrick 2,Mh .8t - w- ,,'"'- i1"- To iy
" Ororlay A23.K vs. a .10! AThus.3 :3o.
Theatre Guild's ,ii
"Jane Clegg
Success,
ByStJnhn Krrlny.authnr of 'John Kfrtiion '
pi
In J BAINIflG MUSICAL 31K
tno jinn
IBAINWG MUSICAL SUCCEMtJ
LASr O
WEEKS' L
AMhlttCAN AlrtUn.ua
CO.MIU Ot'KRA UO.
in Gilbert ASvlllan's
RUDDIGORE
"Tlett rant and Thomson Broadway." MtU,
PARl TIIBATHE,ColumbuiClrcle,IEM.
rftlr. Matinee To-day 8:1.1. U.l.V
BELMONT
48lh.E.of R'y.
nrrant43. Kti,
8:30.Mts.Tody
A 'l'hiir.'J:30.
LAST . HhKKti
NANCE O'NEIL
In The Pasiion Flower
f
fr fwo vr TJxfi lit- I
CAST WEST
Atr - Attmm Wt0v3tt,.
f LI ITLE l-HEATRESuvwy:
Eis.at8:20. Mts.Toilay& Wed,2:!!0
f. RICHARD BENNETT in 1
Kugene O. O'Neill's Orcat Uramt J
ll Beyond the Horizon
BIlOADUOIIST,W.44thSt.Evs.8 JO
ianeOWL'
In "SMILIN" THROUGH."
Mats. TO-DAY A TUUH8. 2:30.
VandcrbiltTv'.'k
Evs. 8:30, Mats. Weiiarffit.
The Mailcal Ooraody Hit,
IRENE
I with
ADELE ROWLAND
1 niSir.ArRF th. W. irway. ETi.8tl).
LUINUArVt Mats-To-daj- A Wed. 2:30.
I'. Ray Comstorlc A Morrli O- t I'reseav
Monte A'dam and Eva
'Polite ComedT. Kara A nerreshlng. '-Worl 1
HARRIS Tues.Ev.M
a-h-ua CARLISLE
Respect for Riches
w'n Lucille Watson Wm. Devereux
CCI WVM Wrt42d8t. KM.Him
1 'Mats.TO-UAY A Wed.3:3p.'
LnAKLto mA.Y KALrM
KING WOOD I MORGAN
S? "BUDDIES"
PI AVWm I;P4Sth Bt E.iorU'wy.K.
"LA I nUUOC MW.To-dly A Wed ,1.S:30.
I Wonderful Thing
JEANKE
EAOEL3
NEWAMSTERDAMttr.n.
MAT. TODAY. 50c. to $2.00.
gEdWynn Carnival
nlth I'.l) WYNV. "'THE PEKFECT KOOL"
"IT IS JOLLY OOOD FUN.'-Are. lllifM.
AMSTEOOAM COOP ATS30
un
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Ha A Mk AW
AND NEJV
MMflCMrnouf
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Ir Oirtd-0innr at -Supper atS mmJ
Cnrian Ar HarrUThl'-iiv4al St.Uves.Nr-M
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