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THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, tt920r
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Pearls
Precious
Stones
SterlingSilver
Jewelry
Watches
Stationery
t
Silver Plate
Reeds Barton
CSTABLI9MCD IS24
Theodore B. Starring
CaTADLlSntv (OOi
Fl FTIl AYENUEAT 47 STREET
t Maiden Lane
NewYork
TltN MUD
YOUTHS GIVE TALE
OF BOLD BANDITS
Kidnapped, Bank Messenger
Snys, and Tossed Over
a Wall.
HUT HE FINDS PAY BOLL
Now, With Companion, Ho Is
Held Charged With Theft
of ,$2,215.
CONFIDENCE
In a single day last month we sold'
$23,400 worth of used Pierce
Arrows, without a demonstration
or the starting of a motor.
To us this evidence of faith in the
Pierce Arrow car and confidence
in the word and guarantee of our
firm is even more gratifying than
the volume of business secured.
PIERCIN
ARROW
I Used Car Sxchange J
1763 BROADWAY
TOTS RENT-FL'KXIPHED
ADIRONDACK CAMP !
on Blue Mountain Lake. For private
famiK Adjoining golf llnK?. Tor
I'artlrulam aririrei" 1
MARCUS M. MARKS, Owner
Z00 hitth Ave., flewjfork.
Aldous Meldcnbauer, 18 J'fnrs old,
who rrvo nn address In Putnam avenue,
Hrooklyn, which tho police could not
find, a messenger tor tho Century Doll
Company, 02 West Fourteenth street,
Manhattan, and Salvatoro Flllppono, 19
years old, a former employee of the
doll company, wero arrostcd last night
charged with tho theft of 2,21C, tho
payroll of tho concern. Meldenbauer
was found near tho west wall In Cen
tral Park, bound, KnRged and with u
bottle beside him that smelt of chloro
form. His first Btory was that he had
been kidnapped on his way from the
New Nothcrland Uank, II West Thirty
fourth street, robbed and carried by
taxlcab to Central Park, where ho was
tossed over a wall, unconscious.
Flllppono was arrested at his home,
1364 Thirty-eighth street, uroowyn
after Meldenbauer had been taken Into
custody, and, It Is said, had offered to
help detectives catch his pal. Both
young men, the police asserted, made
confessions when they wero lodged nt
the West Thirtieth street station.
Flllppono, It Is said, handed over tho
stolen money, which was yet In the bag
In which Mcldenbauer took It from the
bnnk.
In his alleged confession Meldcnbauer
said he went to the bank, deposited
J3.200 of tho firm's money, ana as usuai
drew tho payroll.
The police said ho told them he met
Flllppone at Fifth avenue and Fifty
ninth street and that they both walked
to the West Soventy-second street park
exit, where Mcldenbauer submitted to
being tied and gagged nnd to breathln?
tho chloroform bottlo Flllppone held to
his nose. Mcldenbauer said he actuully
becamo unconscious from breathing too
deeply, according to tho police, and then
declared Flllppono, In addition to taking
the money, carried off his personal banli
book and somo valuable papers of the
firm, throwing them Into the park
bushes as he ran.
When Patrolman John Hoyt of the
West Sixty-eighth street station rapped
Meldcnbauer on the heels nnd helped
unfasten the ropes Meldenbauer told a
story of being seized by a bandit in a
black taxlcab at Broadway and Thirty
fourth street and struck over the head
after the robbery. Meldenbauer hnd
been employed four years as a clerk and
messenger and had met with no acci
dents to former payrolls.
2 CHILDREN KILLED
BY AUTOMOBILES
Fifteen Persons Run Down in
Streets.
Two children were killed by automo
biles yesterday and a third death may
result. Mrs. Herman Levlnson, wife
of a dentist of 152 Manhattan avenue,
Hrooklyn, got off a Lorlmer' street car
carrying her Infant daughter, Marion,
and walked around the rear of the car
to cross the street She stepped into
the path of a motor truck. The child
was knocked from her arms and went
under tho wheels, dying Instantly. Mrs.
Levinson was taken to St. John's Hos
pital with severe bodily cuts and pos
sible internal injuries. The driver, Ar
thur Augerl of 403 Putnam avenue, was
not arrested.
Mary J. Loughran, aged 10, of 4ST
Wythe avenue, Brooklyn, was killed by
a truck which struck her as she was
crossing Wythe avenue at South Elev
enth street at 10 o'clock last night. Sr..)
was caught under the forward truck
and carried some distance before falling
under the wheels. Max Schoner of 1SI
Sackman street, tho driver, waa held.
Fifteen persons, eight of thorn chil
dren, weie run down in the streets dur
ing the day and slightly injured. A
taxlcab and a truck crashed at First
avenue and Forty-ninth street last
night, wrecking the taxlcab and throw
ing out Henry Chalt of 41 Avenue B, its
passenger. Two of his ribs were bro
ken. Tho truck driver was unhurt.
Dobbl BulldiluT -
Dobbs Straws
Dobbs Hats are correct in style
materials and vTorkmansrjip
Clhejmodels for Summer, iqio.
cotc&m&fhe distinctive charac
tenof u pber Fifth Avenue and
the ,sturqy- wearmgaquality-'o
the English'type. u
" Dobbs Co
620 Pifth Avcnoe-mFifth Avtntra
Wi Fiftieth Street
MEWYORK
VALUE 'TOWN TOPICS'
AT 10 TIMES INCOME
Col Mann's Will Permits
Executors to Sell at a Price.
The will of Col, William D. Mann,
owner of Town Topiea, was filed yester
day In the Surrocatta1 Court. lie di
vided his residuary estate equally be
tween his widow, Sophia Mann of 1(6
Madison avenue, Morrlstown, N. J and
their daughter Emma.
To twelve employees of his publica
tion, who have been with tho company
more than II vo years, the testator left
1500 each. Ho gavo a doxen nephews
?1,000 each, but to his nephew, Seward
W, Mann, he left only 15, explaining
that this nephew had merited lila dis
pleasure To his brother, Horaco W.
Mann of Deland, Fla., he left an an
nuity of $1,600 and to his elster-ln-law,
Jannle L. Mann of 460 West 149th street,
he left un annuity of $1,200.
Mr, Mann directed that his executors,
former Magistrate Joseph M, Deuel and
John It Held, Jr., may Bell Town Topic
If they can obtain a price for It not less
than ten times tho annual net Income,
Mr. Deuel Is nominated as editorial di
rector of tho magazine at $3,600 a year,
If he Is willing to accept the place. Ho
Is not to be barred from engaging In
other work If he elects to accopt.
Tho value of the estato Idfccorded at
"over $10,000."
ARRESTS IN THEFT
OF FISH JEWELS
Part of $25,000 Loot Recov
ered, Police Say.
Joseph Fried, the housoman employed
by Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Fish, at HO
Fifth avenue, who disappeared on tho
afternoon of April 17, Just before Mrs,
Fish discovered the loss of $23,000 In
Jewelry, was arrested last night in tho
grounds of tho houso of the Daughters
of Jacob, Clay avenue, Tho Bronx, where
he has been employed for the last two
woeks as a general .utility man.
Detectives MoMahon, Skeliy, Smith
and Grossman of the East Sixty-seventh
street station, made the arrest. Mrs.
Fish offered a reward of $2,M0 after tho
discovery of her loss.
At the station house the detectives
say thoy found some of tho stolen Jew
elry In Frled's possession. Ho hod n
diamond bar pin and a pearl breastpin
surrounded with diamonds. The rest
of the stuff, according to his captors.
Fried said ho had sold to Samuel
Mlddler for $6oO. Tho police arrested
Mlddler, who Is In the delivery business
at 119 East riftleth street, nnd took
him to the East fllxty-seventh street
station, where he denied any connection
with Fried, He was held on the chargo
of receiving Btolep goods,
Fried will be taken to Follco Head
quarters this) morning to await arraign
ment before) the Court of General Bob
slons, having been already. Indicted by
the 0 rand Jury.
CAPT. PEABODY BACK
ON POLICE FORCE
His Suspension Lifted When
Crooks' Charges Fail.
Police Capt. William F. Teabody was
restored to duty yesterday after suspen
sion of moro than a year by order of
Commissioner Knrlght. It Is tho second
tlmo that the veteran has rejoined the
force. He waa dismissed by Commis
sioner Bingham and reinstated by Com
missioner Baker In 1909. Qnpt. Poabody
is regarded as ono of the best detectives
of tho force becauso of his familiarity
with criminals.
i si bs
Printing Facts
The tendency of modern print
ing practises is to depend more
and more on a few well-drawn and
conservative type faces. A good
printer can interpret in his com
position almost every shade of
meaning with these five standard
faces Caslon Old Style, Book
man, Bodoni, Scotch Roman, and
Goudy Old Style.
The P. P. C. Printing FScts
are set in Bookman.
PublishersPrinting Company
211 West 25th Street
Telephone Chehea 7840
Built bj
M
HOC
ADE in Genuine Scotch Grain,
Brogue Pattern. The first ship
ment of this leather since 1914. A par
' ticular leather for appreciative customers;
wonderful in texture and color. Lasts and
Patterns exclusively our own design.
Whitehouse & Hardy
BROADWAY at 40 STREET
NEW YORK
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE BUILDING
.Daily summer deliveries by our own motors to Long Island and Jersey Shore Points.
et 8c Co.
Fifth Avenue at 35th Street
Established 1879
Today, Our Entire Stock of
BOYS' CLOTHING-Reduced
All Weights Included All Materials Tod
y
In our entire business' career wc have
offered a similar opportunity but once,
which makes this opportunity all the more
important to the fathers and mothers of
Greater New York.
Best & Co. Boys' Clothing is summed
up in the Sentence, "The standard by
which all others are judged." For 40 years
that standard has been invariable, which
has been made possible because we make
all our clothing in our own Best & Co.
Shops.
The Best & Co. Reputation
Is in Every Garment
And now, to make new friends, you can
choose from the most complete stock of
Boys' Clothing in New York, at lower
prices than is asked for the ordinary factory-made
kind sold elsewhere. '
The Materials Included Are ALL WOOL
Worsteds, Cheviots, Tweeds, Blue Serges and Unfinished Worsteds
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BOYS' SUITS
SUITS
SUITS
SUITS
SUITS
GOLF SUITS
Heretofore
17.50 to 23.50
24.00 to 29.00
30.00 to 35.00
36.00 to 41.00
24.50 to 32.50
Now
15.50
20.50
24.50
29.50
18.50 and 25.00
BOYS' TOPCOATS AND REEFERS
ALL WOOL TOPCOATS
(Sizes 8 to 16)
WOOL MIXTURE REEFERS
. (Sizes 2 to 9) (
Heretofore
26.50 to 28.50
32.00 to 36.00
21.00 to 22.00
31.50 to 32.50
Now
19.50
25.50
15.00
24.50
Sizes 2 to 4
On' Fourth Floor
No Charge for Alterations
Sizes 5 to 9
On Fifth Floor
-.You Nccer Pat More at Best's
85.
Broadway
aks IGtimtjiattt
at 34th St.
Announce for To-day
An Important Sale of
Ultra-Smart
Taffeta Blouses
The original imports sell on
the Avenue at $45 to $60.
The American copies sell at
the best stores in 'town right
now for $21 to $29.50.
Our price for to-day
limited to 114 blouses
$12.75
Handsome overtheskirt models,
fashioned of soft chiffon taffeta, em
broidered in silk and silver, with
bouffant hips.
Waistcoat effects smartly silk em
broidered, or embellished with silk
braid.
Smart Coat Models, with novel
Dockets and collar edged iricontrast-
ing silk braid. Sizes
Less than the Cost 0 the Silk
Mandarin Jackets, with round,
upstanding collar and patch pockets
elaborately hand embroidered in
silk.
Several other models of rare
individuality. All have narrow belts,
tying- in back, each blouse distin
guished by its novel trimmings and
distinct-French atmosphere.
34-to 46.
Third Floor
Women's Silk Frocks
in the Important June Sale
At $29.50
All sales finalnone C. O. D., or on approval
THE very newest Summertime Frocks to be had,
beautifully fashioned of good quality Crepe de
Chine, soft lustrous taffetas," and exquisite silk foul
ards. Without question the most remarkable values
announced in .strictly up-to-the-minute frocks.
All the wanted colors. Sizes 34 to 44
Also-SUMMER COTTON FROCKS
Reg.-$7i50to 22-50
At"$5.25-5.95
Beginning f 6-day A Sale of ;
1000 Girls' Wash Frocks .
Regularly $3.50 to $4.50
At$L95
An unusual collection of lovely frocks, fresh and
dainty as Summer itself at an unusually lowpricoc ..
Frocks with tucked skirts, girlish blouses, and graceful flowing-sas'hes; others
entirely of voile or in combinations of voile and crisp organdieiand still
more in smart tailored models fashioned of Linenc, many "richly hand em
broidered. All the wanted colors. Sizes 6 to 14 years. Second Floor
r
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Mazda
Lamps
Delivered to ywrvoor
5 Eit 13th St., at Sth Ave.
Stuyvesaat 6s8$-6s86-is6.
Safe
Milk
For Infanto
& Invalids
N Cooiiaf
A Nutritious Diet for All Agc3
Quick Lunch at Home or Office
&T??LJmUationi And Substitute
With An
Equipoise
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Telephone in Comfort
Grrat Tariety ot
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Extra length anil
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INSTALLED ON TBIAI. FOH ONK WEKK
Cireirfari e All Miyitf "
SCOFI ELD & CO.
el. rteekman 4111. 38 Beekman St.. N. V.
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