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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1920.
HENRY, ON STAND,
REPEATS CHARGES
i
i
Coiilnulicfs Smith on Every
;iiitcriiil I'oiilt in Testimony
in IVrJury Cage.
:M(iIT AIDS INSPECTOR
jiiiN f litln vis Against Prose
tutor Were Tiled Lmip; Be
fore Inquiry Opened.
I . 10 the eliniK that I'" eom
tnin.i I'ljui) when lie swore that As-
,. i nintrlrt Attorney Jumcn E. Smith
i.i ,kid iihn to ilo Inm than his duty
. ,m ,. )ir ill of the Kourth Inspection
rn m i insiwrtur Doinlnlclc Henry took
in, .io. Htiiml yesterday In tho Crlm
1, , i,i ..mil of the Supreme Court and
1 1 i t.-.i smith' nn every materlut
ri i 'jiim ill in., ii eiiiuiwuj mi'i;1
... l.-.-l t, nu -I...
1 .. .r IauI mAnw llnnri'
i i. hi conn uiiicieu iiiniui, urn i'iu
Fm Hi liinilirr-ln-law, Dennis (Julnn,
un I 'limn .1. J lines, Democratic leader
oi i district In which Smith and
j ,i,c They both liavo appcurcil
a,, u in, mii to corroborate Smith
'J i. -mi) Henry told was a rclteru
loi ' ill the charges, often published,
i, i i alleged before the Irani! Jury,
i mi i'i mntrhed u meeting with lilm
' 1 1 Mm lie was. "out lor the Jew
h ' '.ii Henry's district, but would
i , hristlans who wete Henry's
! .mi Unit Smith said to 1 1 tin : "I'll
. i inn I u hair of your head. If 1
i ,ii ,,f unythlns doing In our district
III lit iii Know;" that Smith told lilm
lii-i'im ('ustlKiin (Honest Pan) was
a , .up man who could be bought for
J i uikI that he (.Smith) carried District I
M iiii v Swnnn in his vest pocket, since
,x .mi i. Miii on Smith to make him
ljO ' 111"
tl'iii. o swore again that Qulnn, J
Muni) ner-m-iaw, upproacneu mm
n t .. i itter of opening ifambllnir
, in .Hid Informed him that Smith
1 ."I bi'in consulted and was "not averse
tu i ' ,i i n ii Ills c)os If a little changi)
u'li- his H a
Him - hail sworn that lie never Intro
ii.i.' l Miilth and Henry. Henry in-
n. t l that nines did introduce them and
uftuwanl, when Henry asked Hines If
in v,iulil be a witness for him, Hlncs
r i (ihi .i
If .iu want me. all you have to do,
Pi'iiu i, k, is send for me. That snifter,
fcin. i. siui-k his nose Into the HartoR
casi and his only object was graft."
lli'tir made good use of nn opportu
t stwn him by his counsel to
tf 1 a ii.it lie thought of Smith's vice
raids in 1918. He described Smith pa
rading around town with n bodyguard
ot dit, hes of the District Attorney's of
fli members of vice societies and re
pruiers and of ordering policemen to lock
ip ,i'l sorts and conditions of people
uhnm he ran across In chop suey restau
rants Henry described the distress of
u. j? women held prisoners all night in
"s'anrants by Smith's orders and told
t.oa he dually said to Smith In the pres
tnie nf Frederick Whltln of the Com
mittee of Fourteen :
I don't think you are doing yourself
a iri'dit, particularly with a man who
you told me was a grafter at your
t u
n i nportant witness for Henry was
f 'n'e I'nmmlssloner Knrlght. It has
Wn nllesed by tho prosecution that
Hen y nude his charges against Smith
after smith began to get after him for
n. Klei-t uf duty. Commissioner Enrlght
swite that affidavits made by Henry and
an using Smith had been filed with him
by Henry in March. 191S.
ln.sKitnr Henry was cross-examined
fi tli'ee hours last night by Col. Itand.
T testimony given by Henry before
tl 1 Irani! Jury last March was gono
fei in detail. The record showed that
Inspector Henry was asked If he had
snv additional comp'alnts to make
"K.ii'iM Assistant District Attorney
Smith ami that he replied he had nore.
l..i"t night tlie Inspector said there may
have been other esmplnlnts. but ne
lew the) could not be corroborated and
tlt.it reason had remained silent.
iiiiecior Henry refused to admit
that he had considered Mr. Smith a
'1111111 public official since 1918. He
said however, that the things he ha I
'''ml ahout Smith made him bllcvo
.ii "his Integrity was opn to su's
plrlnn '
Puller Chiefs Kleet Officers.
I'ETitoiT, June 10. Joseph M. Qul'gley
rf Ilochester, X. Y., was reelected presi
dent of the International Association of
riiiefs of Police at the closing sesslonif
ne organization's convention here to
dav St I.ouls was chosen for next
fara lonventlon, winning from New
Wl, by a vote of 85 to 72.
POSLAM MAKES
SKIN SUFFERERS
GLAD INDEED
Cover tuat itching skin disorder with
i "slam now you have real relief and
J"ur sk'n is being urged through the
most r'rmiaslve healing lnflunce i to
throw ott its diseased condition, to yield
and bcrome clear again.
jilendld response Is the rule when
Ionia m is used for eczema, however
"tinhorn, acne, pimples, scalp-scale,
"'rpes. all Itching troubles, lnftammn
1 undue redness, of nose or com-Pi'-xion
Knld everywhere. For free sample
"'c to Emergency Laboratories, 213
"eft 4,th St, New Vork City.
I oIam Soap, medicated with Poslam,
-.i"uld be used If skin Is tender and sen
trfr Eyesight Dim?
Ii" your eyesight is dim,' your vis
ton blurred; if your eyes ache, itch;
burn or feel dry, get a bottle of Hon
Opto tablets from your druggist,
dissolve one in a fourth of a glass
of water and use to bathe the eyes
Jroni two to four times a day. Bon
Pto has given stronger ej'es,
clearer, sharper vision and relief to
thousands.
.:Ml,e' Ilcto" say Bon-Opto strenf thens eis
' JOft In a. week's time in many instance!.
DIAMONDS
n ktir diamond! and 4lm
i !lr' "IstM. Individual
" fill.
-ce?h Woodworth Weolu
..J?l,n"mI tWter nd 0h Riirar.
"fth floor. TIIRER JIAIIIKN tAHV.
HYLAN'S MEMORIAL
PLAN CAUSES STIR
Art Committee Resent Rush
in $17,80000 Project.
The Insistence of Philip Ilcrolzhelmcr,
City Chamberlain, who said he was au
thorized to represent Mr. Hylan, that
tho Mayor' war memorial committee
buy Madison Hiuuro aGrde.n us a site
for rt $17,&00,000 war memorial almost
caused a bolt yesterday of some of tho
leading members when f.m committee
met tor tho first time and received the
report of the art committee,
The revolt began browing when the
City Chamberlain undertook to have
the committee adjourn for two weeks
and then come back with n definite yes
or no on one of three proposals of the
art committee a. Liberty bridge ovtr
the North Itlvcr, a vreat auditorium
and community building on tho site of
Madison Square Harden or a memorial
urch. The recalcitrant members were
placated only when Martin J. Conbrfy
porsuHdcd Mr. Hcrolihelmcr to accept
nn amendment for an adjournment until
July 2.'.
Them were fower than fifty of the
SCO members of the committee present.
In the nbsence of Hodman Wnnamaker,
chairman, tho meeting was presided over
by firover A. Whalen, Commissioner of
Plant and Structures. Tho Issue was
forced when Frederick del1. Foster took
the floor, and, referring to Mr. Ilctolz
hclmer. said :
"This gentleman seems to be under
taking to run this whole committee. I
for one don't propose to stand for any
such tiling."
The Madison Square Garden site Is
assessed nt $2,80(1.000. It Is estimated
that the now building would cost HC
000.000. Pains were taken at the meetim; to
mnko It clear that the project Is not con
nected in nny way with the Victory Hall
Association.
HELD IN ELLIS ISLAND,
GIRL DRINKS INK
Not Allowed to Go to Her Fi
ance, Grew Despondent,
Madeleine Pngot, Parlslcnne, comely
and only seventeen, who came here
three months ago with Arthur Wright
of Lakeland, Fin,, to whom she Is be
trothed, but was detained at Kills Island
because she did not have her passport
vised by the American Consul nt Paris,
decided on Wednesday nlgTit In a mo
me.nt of despondency to go to a plnce
where passports are not required. She
supposed that the Ink supplied to the
island by the Government was poisonous
and drank n small bottle. It wns not
red ink.
Frederick A. Wnllls, Commissioner of
immigration, happened to be mnklng a
nocturnal Inspection, the second of a
series, and he had a doctor rushed from
the hospital to Madeleine, who quickly
revived. The Commissioner called on
her yesterday and she told him through
an Interpreter that she felt so despond
ent that she did not care whether, she
lived or died. She said she had become
acquainted with her fiance through his
brother, who was a soldier In France
and that she expected to Join him at his
home In Florida when she was released.
The Commissioner will make an effort
tOshelp Madeleine. He said he was not
startled by the girl's despair consider
ing the unsanitary conditions, the con
gestion and the stagnation of fnspcctlon
courts and needless detentions. He de
clared that he would demand money
and help necessary to make the Immi
gration station a credit to the country
Instead of an Island of lamentations.
ACCUSED OF BURGLARY, FREED.
Dnne, Shot In the Arsronne, Going
Dnck Home.
Albert Jensen, 30 cars old, a native
of Denmark, was discharged yesterday
upon the suggestion of Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Sullivan nnd Dr. W. C.
Stlnson of tho American lted Crocs when
arraigned before Judge Mulqueen In
Oencral Sessions charged with bur
glary. Jensen was taken In charge by
Dr. Stlnson, who will see tnat he is re
turned to Denmark, where his peoplo
live.
It was charged that on May 4, 1919,
Jensen entered the apartment of Mrs.
Matilda do rtlvera, at 63 Central Park
West, and stole a fur garment valued
at $900. At that time he was declared
Insane and sent to Central Is'lp for
treatment He was a volunteer In the
world war and was shot through the
head In the battje of the Argonne. He
also suffered shell shock nnd was re
turned to this country for treatment. He
escaped from the Government asylum
Just before his arrest. His condition Is
now much improved.
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"FERMOGAS"
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One-Half Its Price
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J- has been produced after sixteen years of in
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Here are a few of the tremendous advantages of
FERMOGAS:
FERMOGAS gives more miles per gallon than
gasoline; docs not carbonize the motor; generates
no. smoke or poisonous gas; contains no acid or
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extinguished with water; does not interfere with
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to (he motor lengthens its life; it never freezes
starts in any weather; it is absolutely safe and
non-explosive in open air. The manufacture of
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A Practical Demonstration of
FERMOGAS
will be held, beginning Monday, June 14th,
at the showrooms of the
LEXINGTON MOTOR CORPORATION
Broadway & 61st St.,
N. Y. City.
and at Laboratory of the FERMOGAS CORPORATION,
5614 Second Ave., Brooklyn.
See this demonstration, then
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FERMOGAS CORPORATION of N. Y.
10 East.mh Street
QUESTION SERVANTS
ON CARUSO ROBBERY
Suffolk Prosecutor Acts on
Theory $500,000 Jewel Theft
Wns 'Inside Job.'
Acting upon the theory that the JJOO,
000 Jewel robbery In the summer homo
of Mrs. Knrico Caruso, nt Knsthampton,
L. 1., was "an Inside Job," District At
torney Lcrny M. Young, . of Suffolk
County, will question all of the house
hold servants to-day at u John Doe In
quiry. This move was decided upon after it
day of examination into various mat
tern that may or may not be clues; nfter
servants and members of the household
had reenacted the scene that transpired
Tuesday night when Mrs. Caruso and
her sister-in-law, Mrs. Parlt Dcnjamln,
Jr., heard the burglar alarm In the
Caruso Jowel casket ring and nfter a
host of private detectives had combed
the estate for the Jowels.
Two of the moat Interesting develop
ments were the discovery of a rubbir
heel print near the mantel on which the
casket hail stood and a statement hy
Thomas W. Youug,, an electrician, that
Mrs. Caruso's elaborate "nurgiar prooi
Jewel casket had been a "plaything" of
somo of tho servants,
Trnee Hlior to Snupeet.
The trade mark of the heel print was
plainly visible, and It was stated that n
person known to tho authorities had
purchased a pair of htc's of this par
ticular make Saturday. This person, It
was said, could have had no legitimate
business In Mrs. Caruso'n house.
Young'M story, which ho gave to de
tectives, was that he visited the Caruso
home on or about May 15 to Install elec
tric fixtures In the room where the
casket was located. He said two women
servants and one man were amusing
themselves by opening It to hear the
burglar nlarm ring nnd then shutting it
off nnd repeating the performance.
Mrs. Caruso was In Southampton at
the time, he Bald.
Last night the number of detectives
on the estate had swollen to iv large
total. Nearly all were engaged In
searching by lantern and flashlight In a
strip of woods known as briar patch,
which Is on the shore of the private lake
opposite the Caruso home. The sleuthB
let It be known thnt they were of the
opinion thnt the Jewels had been re
moved and fecreted some time within
tho forty-eight hours before the robbery
became known nnd that the removal of
the casket at that time was merely for
the purposj of making It appear an
"outside Job.'
Representatives of tho District Attor
ney spent the evening at the house tak
ing statements from servants on their
movements during these forty-eleCit
hours, nnd through these statements a
check will be kept upon their testimony
at to-day's hearing. Park Benjamin.
Jr., Mrs. Caruso's brother, said last
night: "I am confident that both tho
Jewels and tho thief are on the prem
ises." ClinufTeur llnratlnncd.
Curlier In the day George Fitzgerald,
the chauffeurwho discovered the casket
on the ground near the house Tuesday
night, gave a long statement to ic
portcrs. "I know I am suspected nf
having some connection with the rob
bery of the Jewels," he said. "I was
given the third degree until 2 o'clock
this morning. I have nothing to fear,
and my conscience Is clear. How could
I do a thing like this on a man who has
treated me as Caruso has?"
He said Mr. Caruo. pays him 1160 a
month with his "keep," and has re
warded him liberally on several occa
sions. The chauffeur expressed the
opinion that there was "something
funny" about the whole case, and told
of a visit paid the premises about two
weeks ago by a map wearing the uni
form of a lieutenant of the French
army and a woman companion.
He said they asked at 10 o'clock at
night to sen Mr. Caruso, and on being
told that he was in Havana spoke to
Mrs. Caruso. As they were unable to
speak In English and objected to the
(presence of a servant Mrs. Caruso sum
monid to act as French interpreter the
Interview endiyl. The man gave his
name a3 Catima, but it was discovered
jesterday that they had lodged at an
Easthampton hotel under a different
name. The chauffeur of the taxicab
tu which they arrived told Fitzgerald
I he had brought them all the way from
! tho Tninnli'!! rnp. IrorL- a itl.lnnj r. t
eighty milci.
Reenni't Ilolibery.
The rcenactment of Tuesday night's
sceno was vivid, each person present
having been asked to make exactly the
Bedford Ave. & Eastern Parkwav,
Brooklyn, tf. Y.
I same movements .and exclamations that
wer mode whan tho burglary was dis
covered. Fitzgerald illustrated how he
had fired two shots Into the dnrkness
and how he had later come across the
casket The women shrieked and tho
Italian maid performed a faks' collapse
In Mrs. Cnr-jso'a arms while the detec
tles watched them.
The New York detectives, n large
iiiumuer ui wjiom nave ueen ubbikiicu
the case, received last night what pur
' . . i. .1., , i . , i. . . . . n i .
IKJiiru 'u uc u jmrilHl ll&b ui inc niuicu
jewels. It included one diamond neck
Ince containing 200 stones and a big
how knot, listed ut 122,000; necklace
containing seventy-eight oval shnped
pearls, $32:000 : ring containing seven
colored diamonds mounted In platinum,
t X l.l.OOO. and ftrty-Blx other articles.
The figures listed against these pieces
I were based on tho purchase price, which
is tar below the present sale value.
They aggregated 1118,000,
NICKY GOT $14,500
FROM FANNIE BRICE
Says Actress Wife Gave Him .
$5,000 After He Fled.
According to schedules In bankrupts
which In- filed yeistcrday In the United
States District Court Nicky Arnsteln
received 15,000 from his actress wife,
Kannle Drlce, on February 15, three
days after he Is alleged to have fled
from the police.
It also appears that he received $9,000
from his wife on February 11, the day
before his flight nnd the very day on
which Joe (lluck. arrested m connection
with the 15,000,000 bond theft plot, was
Implicating him in a statement given In
the office of Second Deputy Police Com
mhsloner I.ahey.
Adding 1600 thnt Nicky got from
Fannie on February S his confessed lla
hllltles amount to 114,500. He declares
In his schedules that his wife Is Jils only
creditor and that his assets consist only
of $18,000 In he Pacific Hank, and that
he has no stocks or securities ot, any
kind.
In explaining to reporters about the
sums obtained from his wife Arnsteln
said that they had nothing to do with
his disappearance, but were borrowed
to help an acquaintance who had gone
broke through gambling. The sched
ules, however, contain no mention of
any claim against this "friend" for
moneys loaned.
Nicky was to have testified again
yesterday, but because of the pending
motion to punish him for contempt his
examination was adjourned until next
Thursday. Edward V. Strong, a Cleveland
attorney. Is scheduled to testify again
this afternoon.
STOREY SENTENCED,
CLEMENCY REFUSED
Lawyer Must Serve Two
Years for Receiving Bonds, j
Fiank DeR. Storey, lawyer and
broker, who was found guilty Monday ,
night of having criminally received ,
$10,000 worth of Norihern Pacific i
Railroad stock which had been stolen '
from tho Qans Steamship Company
last October, was sentenced yester
day to from two and oneMialf to five
years at hard labor by Judge JIalone in
General Sessions. Storey Is 38 years old
and lived with his widowed mother at
II South Elliott place, Brooklyn.
Storey's mother and a brother were In
the courtroom when ho was sentenced
Agnes liogan, wife of a vaudeville ac
tor, who lived at the Hotel Commodore
laRt, December at the same time Storey
did and who was later named core
spondent In a divorce action brought by
Storey's wife, also was In court. Both
women wept when they went to the
Sheriff's office to say goodbye to Storey,
who probably will be taken to Sing Sing
the first of next week.
George Gordon Battle, counsel for tho
defence, made a plea for clemency, say
ing that Storey already had been hu
miliated; that his conviction automatic
ally bars him from practising law, and
that he had been associated with "the
best people In the land."
Cornell Instructor Dorirss,
Ithaca, June 10. Lester K. Ken
nell of Rochester, Instructor 'in the Col
lege of Arts and Sciences at Cornell
University, was drowned to.day while
fishing In the Enfield Falls Glen near
here. His body was recovered. Kennell
was a graduate of the University of
Rochester, He came to Cornell as an in
structor In the fall of 191.
Jo a
Manufacturer of Automobile Accessories
The "Maplan," as originated by Hanff-Metzger, Inc., has
been conspicuously successful as a means of depicting
graphically to our clients every detail of a compre
t . hensive merchandising and advertising campaign.
The general form of the "Maplan," as developed for an
automobile accessory manufacturer, is shown above.
For each client, of course, the whole arrangement is
quite, different, as varying elements affect the piob
lem. The Technical Department of Hanff-Metzger, Inc., is par
ticularly well equipped to build a complete plan for,
and handle the subsequent campaign of, any manu
factuier of technical products in the automotive field.
Consult us now, and work with men who know.
Francis Jurashek, Technical Department
Hanff-Metzger, Inc.
Advertising Agents ' 1
95 Madison Avenue, New York City
J. I. CLARKE jFUND TREASURER.
Will Aid In Itnlslnnr ftlilo.non for
"Monks for HYerybod)'."
James I, Clarke, second, vice-president
cf the National Hank of Commerce of
New York, will net an treasurer of the
Hooks for Kveryhody Fund In this city,
Raymond II. Kosllck, chairman of tho
Greater New York tiAOCUtlvo committee
of the American Library Association
announced yesterday. Mr. Clarko ac
cepted the committee's invitation to
rerve and n ill assume his duties nt j
ence.
New York city's quota of $2C0,0Ci0l
toward the 12,000,000 fund being raised I
tnroughout the nation will bo used prin
cipally for promoting better citizenship
nmong new Americans nnd more books I
for the us of tho blind In tho new unl-1
form Urnllto type. 1
Her Wise
Decision
The following Idler "as re
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morninj'i paper, I hire one
hundred dollirs due in July.
If jou pit me a first morlf ie
on New York City Reil
Estate en the principles you
state in your adrertiiemenl, I
ould like it. I am partly an
inralid and do sewing at
home."
Mrs.
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In order to reach the public direct and help, reduce the High Cost of
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17c to 18c per pound for an inferior grade of rice, nnd by placing your order
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less than 100 pounds nor more than 500 pounds to any one person. Itice
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Cornets $25 to $90
Dinner Chimes $7 to $90
Drums $14 to $125
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Flutes $30 to $185
Guitars $15 to $175
Hnrps $75 to $3,000
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Music Rolls $1 to $5
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Piccolos $10 to $65
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Trombones $25 to $65
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Violins $5 to $750
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