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POPOFF'S OWN LIFE AT STAKE
Did Mary Potrikovaky Dio by
Murder or Acoident.
Evidence for the Prosecution Closed
and the Dofcnao Bosun,
Tbe trial of John Fopoff, the young Rus
clan who shot and killed protty Marr lVtrl
Itoveky in January last, was continued In
General Seselons this morning.
The shooting occurred at tho home of the
dead girl's aliter, 103 Stanton street)
ropoff had mado several propeala of mar
rlago to tho girl, which woro rejeoted.
Tho day of tho shooting Mary left her
father'n liouao about - o'clock to spend tho
afternoon with hir slstor. Hero alio mot
Henry Jacknovltch, tho brotbor of her
Plater's husband, and tho two young poople
cat (lown to a same of card.
Soon afterwards ropoff, who lived In tho
hounc, camo in 4ml took from hli pocket a
liino-chanibercd 22-callbro ItUBulan re
volver, hlchhe bonan to llounlsh about in
n rccklemway, pointing It t ereryboby in
tho room, .lacknnvttch intorfotcil with
1 ome desroo of auccesn and finally reanmed
his canl-playlnK with the ulrl. At thlj rao-
!iirnt the revolver waadincliarsod and Mary
ctrikovnky roll dead, ah,ol through the
iraln. " " . , ,
l'opoll waa promptly arreated and re
jnanded to tho Tomba, wliero bo haa vluoo
remained awaittnir triah
I'opoff entorrd the conrt-room at 13
o'clock accompanied by hl counael. CoL
IIoeandK. H. Maaliblr. The prisoner at
nit)nlownvKteyeH an Dr. Joukina, of tho
Coroner's oQco, teatltled in relation to tho
Dr. Jcnlclna waa dlarolaaed without croaa.
einmlnatlon. Annlo 1'eirikpvaUr, alator.
in-law or tbo dead elrl. waa alao dlamlaifd,
alter denyiui: that alio had kald ttiat thu
ahootinR wan accidental. .... . .
Henry Jacknoritch then took the stand
and glowered ilercoly at the prlaoucr, who
would not meot his sazc.
"Did you." bezan Col. Howe, "toll a
man named Aaron Delamar that the ahoot
f hi; occurrod wlillo you were holding
"No. air." thundered tho wltncai; "I
told nobody audi a thing., it waa after 1 hid
let 1dm co. It wa after ho bad poiutod tlio
platol at Annie and iue.''
"One moment," spoke up Dlatrict Attor
ney Bedford, aa the wltneas aroao to co.
i)o yon mean to aay. under oath, that the
priaonercame back into tho room after yon
Bad let go his arm. and deliberately shot
"iea, ilr, I do," replied tho witness.
Sropofl grow almost white and put his hand
over hia face. . ........
Col. Howe then harantrned tho jury for fif
teen minutes previous to opening bis defen
Mrs.Hadio l'etera, ayouncworoan.waathe
first witness. Mrs. l'etera lived on the top
floor of l oa Stanton street when the killing
Klie aaid : "I was in my room lulling ray
baby to sleep, when 1 heard a great noise
'and I srew frightened. Just then this man
l'npoff came running ny, shouting, teariug
his hair and calling, ' Doctor! doctorl'
"Mrs. I'otrtkowiky came running up cry-
ins and saying: 'Oh.dear. it's an accident,
don't knowhow It happened. He s so good,
le's incapable of anything wrong.'"
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MEYEH'S TILE OF THE BONDS.
Ho Sold Them for Poll to Colloot
His Own Debt.
Transactions tho Very Dity of tho
Lenox Hill's Transfer.
Financier George II. Fell's bank levying
operations had considerably moro light
thrown upon them to-day In General Bos
slona, whero he is being tried for stealing
(.11,000 worth of tho Lenox Hill Hank's
rl'lilllp L. Merer, who, at the ttmo Sim
mom and Pell got hold of the Leuox II 111
Hank, was put in aa one of the syndicate
Hoard of Directors, testified that In Decern,
her last ho had loauod Poll largo sums of
mouoy for tha account of Simmons.
"I usod to lend him turns as high a
tin, 000 at a time, and ho would pay thorn
back the next day. 1 alwaya used to have a
settlement att the end of each day.
"In December I had accounts In threo
different batiks, two in the IHnk or Deposit,
two in tbo Equitable and ono in tho Lenox
Jilr. Mover said ho had a good deal to do
111 tho buying of tho Lenox Hill Hank and
that ho supposed hn waa doing tbn business
for Jlr. Slmmona, Pell alwaya acting as tho
latter' agent, , . . ,, , , ...
"I waa authorized hy Toll tomakoabld
for the atock, and was told to otforlAOor
1U0 for a controlling interest. I made the
offer to Mr. Lyzynski, but it wsb not ac
cepted. ' 1 tola Pell this and ho doclded to lot tho
matlor rest. Lyzynski cameito mo after
wards and raid ho would ncgotiato for tho
nlo of his interest if he could, get a fair
prlcoforlt. He wanted ZOO for it.
"All thoao Interviews took placo last
"After foaming thctdnalprleel Pell said he
would look into the hank, and an examina
tion -bus made, Tho deposits In the Lenox
Hill about Doc 3 woro stated to bo in tbo
neighborhood of $500,000.
" When I told Pell this ho ralsod tho bid
to 17S. but Lyzynski would not accept it.
"A ttorwards btinmona. Pell aud a Mr.
Wiggins mot me, and after dlacusalon thoy
concluded to tako the bank at 200. "
"Dec. 10 Mcjer.went to the bank at 11
Tall. Simmons. WUrgins. Wallaok. Wat
son, Uoodbardt, KildnfTaud a lot of others
were. there." aald tho witness.
'The olddircctors were resigning and new
ones woro elected in their places. X waa
elected to the board." ,, ...
"Diiil'ell one you anything at the cloae
of that day:"
"Ytf, thero waa Quito a sum coming to
me. 1 told him 1 wanted it right away.
Ho told mo to enmo to his ntlice about S
o'clock. I went thcro and Pell gave me
thirty-one bonds to sell.
"Ho told me not to forco them upon the
market, bit t to get tho best price I could for
them. I gave them to my brokers. William
C. rlheldon A Co. Poll did not aay whore
the bonds came from and I did not know at
that time.", .
Meyer said ha not an advance from
Bhi'ldon & Co. on tho bondi, in tho form of
a check for t2B.ooo. which the witness
gave to Pell the same day. The check was
produced and waa iden titled by Meyer.
"Did you tell Mr. Pell what tbia was for
when you gave it to him t"
"Yes. I said it waa an advanco on the
thirty-one bonds which ho had given rue.
"1 then proposed that I should tako the
(28,000 check and deposit it to my own
account, and give Pell my check for the
balance of our account, tor ho owed mo
(13.000 that day. Pell agrood to thla.
"I gave him two checks of J. F. Mead A
Co, abrogating about $18,000"
Tbesa two checks were, for fB.400 and
(7.000 respectively payable to P.L,Meyer,
and each indorsed by Meyer and George II.
Cashier (lardlner testified. In anawer to
Mr. Newcombe'aqueatlon, that a great many
banks ovorcertifled checks every day for de-
' Don't you know that's a crimo 1" shouted
"I cart"' help that," said Oardlner.
"They all do It. Kometlmes thny write
' accopted ' instead of 'certified' across the
cheek, but the batiks treat them Just. tho
On croas-eiamlnatlon Mr. Meyer aald tha
thirty-one bonds realized (20. 40A.
Handolph Hodman, cashier for Sheldon A.
Co., gave a list or the bonds.
Cashier Oardlner, of the St. Nicholas
Hank, thn detailed the atory of Pell's big
psper account in that bank.
LAST TRIBUTES TO RIPLEY ROPES.
Funeral of tho Well-Known Brook
lyn Lawyer This Afternoon.
Drooklyii's moat prominent and respected
citizens to-day thronged the residence of
lllpley Hope 1. at 40 Pierrepont street, in
order to take a last look at the face of the
The funeral services are being held this
afternoon at the Church of Our Saviour,
llcv. Dr. 11. Price Collyer andltev, A. 1'.
Putnam officiating. , , .
Tho pall-besrcra are A. M, n bite, A.' A.
Low, hctli Low, A. It. Jlaylis. John j.
Pierrepont, Judge Cullcn. Judge Uartlett.
JuJgolllUt. W. 11. Maxwell, Charles
Pratt, Thomas n. Hodman, O. V. Wood,
Surrogate Abbott and Samuel W. Uoocock.
I MILL STRIKERS IN BUFFALO.
Carpenters and Wood-Workers Join
(arret alto tb svxmiio world. I
BurrsLo, May 21, Tho strike of tha mill
hands for ten hours' psy snd nine hours'
work continues, and it is believed that the
carpenters snd woml.workers will join the
strikeis during the day,
'J be bosses are still firm, aud refine to
make terms with tho men on a new bstis,
saying tbst if tho men do not return to
work the mills will close down.
(SriCULTO TUB SVXiasO WOBLD.I
PBli-inxLrnu, May zl, Count Mooter
cole, in jail aince April 1 a on charges of libe(
in distributing defamatory circulars con.
rernins bis wife, Virginia Knox, of Pitts,
burg, pleaded guilty to-day aud was sen.
fenced to tix mouths' imprisonment.
Caso Closed Agnlnet Claassen.
Evidence for the prosecution in tbo CUas
icn trial was dosed to-day, Bookkeeper De
Hsrrie, of the Lenox Hill Hank, testifying
at length relating to the exchange of the six
150.000 cbsfks drawn on the Lenox Hill
Tbe dose for the people being unexpected
by the defense, no witness wets ready,
sad a recess was taken.
Ivins Showing Up Wickedness In
the Licensing of Dives.
Ex-Clerk Gale Gives Away the Methods
or tho Commissioners,
Uenlth Inspectors Lcvlngs und Os
boru Fired by President Wil
Patrick II. McCann. having disposed at
auction of his effects at tho Mount St. Vin
cent restaurant, announces briskly that ho
is now at liberty to appear beforo tho Fas
sett Investigating Committee, and adds
that he has only inat begun his pyrotechnics,
and that he has soma regular old Fourth
of July bombs left.
Ho declaros that ho can nhow by his hooks
that Brothor-ln-Law Crokcr owoa a big
acoro forfino dinners and rechercho euppora
given at tho roitaurant to his Tammaoy
Hnll frlendi, and that at a tlrao when Mr3
Crokcr was posing ai tho watch-dog of tho
City Treaaury. and tho administration was
making him., McCann, show oxactly what
were tho receipts or Ida restaurant.
Mr. McCann also declaros that he can pro
duce documentary ovidence of tho tiiitu of
his statement that Tom Adams embezzlod
tho funds of II. H. Clatiln A Co., and that
John Clarlln perjured himself whou ho tosti
tled that Adams was not an embezzler and
was not dismissed from tho servlcy of 11. M.
Claflln A Co.. of which linn John Clallin
is the head. , .... , , ,. .
McCann declares that ho paid the sum of
Adams's shortage hlniaclf. becauao ho llkod
Adams then. McCann also promises start
ling rovelatlons about Lawyer Howp and
Murchint Dunham, who ilgiirod Monday as
wltnesaea In lmpcaohment of McCann.
An Evxnino) Yvoiild reportor thla morning
reported McConn's statemout and offer as
above to William M. Ivins and aaked him tr
hq Intended to call MoCaun as a witness
'""No. I've nothing to do with McCann.
I'm going into Excite matters now. I can't
talk any furthor about it," replied tbe Chief
Chairman Faasctt, who renotineed all
responsibility for McCann Monday nlBlit,
after llstonlng to tho ultnesscj who contra,
dieted McCann. declarod that ho didn't
know and didn't care whether McCann
appeared again or not.
EXCISE nOAlll) nErnEBENTXD.
David Leventrltt appeared beforo thcIScn
ate Committeo tills morning as counsel for
tho Excise Hoard, . . , , ,
Commissioners Joseph Koch. F.ilward T.
Fltzpatrick and Alexander Meaklm were
conspicuous by their sbsenco when the Com
mittee began their inaniry Into their per
formances, hut a large ifolegatlon from the
7.787 lifinor sellers of Now, iork ililod the
spectators' half or the chambor of Part II.
of tbe Superior Court in tho court-house
that Tweod built.
Senators I)irkett.MacNaughton and Llssle
Btenart aided Chairman Kaasett in the hear
ing and Mr. lvina plajed the role of inquisi
EKTEU EX-CLEnK OILE.
George W. Gale, of 400 Won Fifty-eighth
street, formerly clerk to tho Lxciae Hoard,
was the firat witness.
Mr. Ivins's ftist inquiries weredirected to
wards discovering thewhereabontaof David
8. White. Mr. Gale's predecessor as Hecrc.
tary of the Hoard, who is now missing but
longed for bv Inquisitor Ite. ...
Mr. Oslo didn't know. Then ho related
that there woro 7,787 licenses or various
kiuds granted bv tho Hoard during 1H8U.
divided up into the following classes;
1 lot. I.. (,'!. 1. lOHIicnin. at 2"0
Mot.ls. CU..3. 154 llen...at., ....... 200
Liquor., Al.. lls.r snd Win... A.rU7 llwo...
Alo. n.irsud Wio.. 1,21111 lloan... at All
lUatsarants, IA2llc.uu.sl VJO
rJt.amboat, 6Ulio.n.st 50
This did not inclnde apooial and temporary
licensea granted to picnic parties.
Inquiry aa to the method of investigating
the characters of apnlicanta for licenses
drew out that the Hoard depended largtdy on
what tho newspapers had aald about the
nlarn snd the anullcant. and a scran book
was shown containing clippings from the
cress regarding saloon and rcatauraut
" This Is making a pnbllo servant of tho
rress with a tengeance!'' ojacnlatd Mr.
vins. "I think we will show that tho
iiewspapeia have been thn inspectors much
more frequently than tho i'lspectors who
receive the salary for this work."
Mr.Gale explained the books of the Hoard.
Therdnas a 'precinct book "in which the
licensed placea were recorded by streets and
number, and a letter book in which their
history and record were kept in alphabetical
Mr. Ivina read from one of these records:
" George Hcheuster. U Chryatic street: tho
reaort for thievii.prpatittite and disorderly
ironi. Liccnso rejected ikhs, Afurwards
license issued to one Mo er, "
THE nolBP'rl nLACK LIST,
Tbe Index to thla book waa a Hat of
"notoriously bad places. "as follows :
The Alhauibra. Ifijou Cafe, tbe Hlsck and
Tan, Harry Hill's Houston street American
Mabllle.ltichardllillaplacein Harlem, the
Cremnrne Garden, Prospect Garden, l'alm
Garden, the Gridiron. Clark's restaurants,
Tom Gould's, tha Silver Grill, Eniricli's
Asaemby Honms, the Havmarkel.tba 1'rench
Madamo's, thu Sana Houci aud others
Turning to the record of a sample from
this list made in 1 8S8, tho witness read this
Clark's H..tsnrsnt. A04 Htsth arsons, llcsnuti
to Frank Rssrl.. lbS. spphcstioa r.j.otsd, IhhT
Appsr.utly s r.urt lor bunco m.a sud tblsr.s.
Then the witnesi read from the newspaper
aorans tales of woe haviug their first scene
In Clark's. A lmrae-trainer btgsnadrunk
at Clark's and was robbed of a two-hundred,
dollar roll of bills during the night, after
" whooping it up with tbe girls " at the res.
taurantand going tusleeo in an onium Joint
111 the same company. This was in Dicem
A license waa issued for Clark's restaurant
to anew proprietor for IHHli ami IrtUO.
"Now, what is done by the Hosrd with the
record it has of a place when an application
for a new license is made when the place is
me of these notorious places?" asked Mr.
"The Hoird sends for the applicant and
make inquiry as to whether he is iu any way
connected with the former proprietor of the
place, if it apoeara that he is the license is
denied. If nut the license may be issued.
Tbe Hoard always has the full record of the
place before it when it is considering au ap
plication. " When there is a complaint against a
place or a protest ajainat the granting of a
new license it is addressed verbally or
in writing to the Hoard of Excise, and
la enUred in book for that purpose by
th Secretary. Bom of Unm are local,
br ono or two neighbors, or they are
from all the resident of a block or ate
general, covering a precinct or teveial
blocks. Other general protects aro not
against any individual or place, but avalnt
thelsstio of any lloenso In a given district.
Father Taylor and the l'aulist Fathers
rintcstcd against tho granting or any
Icciiso in their parishos extending flora tho
Park to the North lllvor and from 'lhirty
sotontli street torlevoiity-flrth street."
Upturning to tho consideration of tha
"black list," the witness raid that licenses
had boon issued this year to the Silver Grill
and Prospect Gardon to sell as restaurants
at tabic, tho Gridiron and Emrlch'a As
sembly Hooms. ,
"What is a general Inspection? is it a
police inspection ?" asked Mr. lvina.
PLAiima the rot.tri.
t'No. air. ltismade to aaccrtatn If our
books aro correct. The Inspector makes no
inquiry as to tho moral character or the ap
plicant or his record. The Hoard is not re
sponsible tin til such time as a complaint has
" Who is responsible?"
"Tho Polioo Department." . ,
" Is it tho practice of tho Doard of Exciso
tomako frequent inspection and to keep a
sort of supervision over licouacd places?"
asked Mr. fasiett.
"No. sir; wo are not equipped for such
work. Tbo supervision or tho liquor bttai
iicssis tho duty or tho Pollco Department
and tho Cilmlnsl Courts. WI1011 an applies,
tion has bean rejected or a lloenso revoked
we notify tho apnlicnnt or llconseo and also
send notion to tho Pollco Department that
that placo la unlicensed."
It wax elicited that the Exciso Inspoctor
had no lawful power to compel occupants of
buildings in which an applicant for licenso
locates to open their doors nor answer ques
tions almtit their business orcharaotor. aud
"building" Is construed by tho Exciso
Hoard to apply only to that portion of the
building occupied by tbo licensee himself.
WICKED XOC1I AND rlTZPATBICIC.
Formor Hoards refnaod to lasue a license
for any placo noxt door to a place alrciily
licensed. Commlssioncra Koch ami Fltz
patrick outvoted Commissioner Meakim
and rrsclndod the rule, so that there may
be a whole block of aaloons if llcenioaare
I.AL'OIIH ON IV1KK.
"Suppoae a man of excellent character
according to tbo atandard asks for a licenso
sor Prospect Garden, where tho lloenso had
been rovokod what would result?"
"1 don't know."
" Suppose that I camo down from llos
ton." said Mr. Ivins, "aud I had been
driven out of Jloston as a bad. bad man.
Hut I had a good look and thero was noth
ing against mo on your books or tbo crimi
nal records of Now York. I askod for a
licenso for the French niadanies, get It and
ran tho placo In tho samo objontlonable way
that it has been run, what would you do ?"
"Well. Iu the first place,"safd the w U
ncas, deliberately ''sizing up "tho inquis
itor, "in the first place 1 don't believe
you'd net the license."
Everybody laughed, and Mr, Ivlnt got
still deoperinto the mud by beginning again
" Well, suppoao that my character was
well founded, first class and nndoubted, and
auppoee that 1 fell from graeo "
In that pause for more words the specta
tors caught on to tho unintended puu on tho
namo of Mr. Ivins's meutor.ex-Mayor Graeo.
aud thero was a roar of laughter and ap
plause quite confusing to the Chief Inquisi
tor. Iho question was unfinished, the Chair
man proclaiming a recoss.
milk iMsrEOToaa srarKXDED.
Prosldent Wilson, of the Health Depart
ment, this mornlug directed the suspension
of Milk Inspectors Allen Levlng and C. C.
Osborne, tho two doctors who wero aoensed
or bribetaking before the Fasaett Commit
Ho set down their trial, on charges made
yostorday by the same persons who told their
atmy beforo the Committee, for Friday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, and sent to the wit-
aBMO of yesterday to appear before the
oard 011 that occaalon.
Dr. Martin, the Chief of the Hnreau, lias
alio been aaked to explain how he came to
omit making any mention of tho plotting
that was going on to Prcaldent Wilson, and
to find the affidavit tha Doctor made to htm
and which, he claims, has been lost.
Opinions of tbe Tipsters as to the
Winners nt Gravesend.
The following are the borsea that different
tipsters thluk ahould win on their mental
Iteferee, lu the Uporting World, makos
First Jtacu-Jtidge Morrow, Drumstick,
Second llaco Adamant, Masterlode.
'third Hace Golden Horn. Eminence.
Fourth llace-Kordham, Ueraldine.
Fifth Haco-Archltect, t)r. Helmuth.
Sixth Haco-Seniluule, Rotation.
Prom Other Morning- Papers.
First ltaoe Judge Morrow, 1; Merlden.2.
Second Hace Adamant, 1; Foxmede, 2,
Third llace-Starllght, IS Golden Horn, 2.
Fourth ItaceGeraldlne, 1: Fordbam. 2.
Filth Hace-llibolett. l; Iiarnegat, 2,
Sixth Hace Iililhe, 1; notation, 2.
First Race-auard, 1 : Eccola colt. 2.
Second Race Adamant. 1; La Favorlta
'1 bird Race-Golden Horn, 1; Inverroore
Fourth Hace-Hallarat. li Dalsyrlan. 2.
Fifth HaceDr. Helmuth. 1; Ulholotte. 2.
Sixth Race RUthe, li Tuscaloosa coll, 2.
First Race-Guard, 1; Judge Morrow, 2;
Kecoii'd' Race-Adamant, li King's Own,
'ifiiYd ltace-GoldenHoru,l; Starlight, 2;
In verruore filly, 3,
fourth Race Fordham, li W, C, Daly's
entry, 2: Rallsrat, 3,
Fifth Raco-Dr. Helmuth, 1; IUboMto.
2: Architect, 3.
Sixth Race-Lord Harry, li UUthe, 2;
Fine Programme for To-Day,
First Bacsllsodicsp sw.sp.lal... for all irw,
st (20 sac '( ll ddatxl. witb. 1.000 s-luVl
sis furlooss. -ritsroj, 118 Jsdis Morrow, 11A.
Ilruui.tiok. 110, M.rld.u. JOUi H. I wood, loh,
Z.puriu, 1O01 uuard sad Torra.otor, 103 ssca,
tU-Kcho, I Irl, sod bcooTs ooit, 100 lb.
h na itsc. tor msM.fitbr.o-irld. st 20
scu. wltb i 1.000 sdilnlt oa. rati. -.Koxm..U.
ksrurltM. Ajsusol. KIok's (Jwd. Dbnd... bsa
Ju, Ms.t.rlod. snd Ls rsiorlia coll, 122 lb.
f bird llto. -Tbs G.l.ll. Sl.ke. for tbr.-;Mi
old BM10.. I 4100 sub, with (1,500 sJa.l. mil.
sod a furlobf ,
A Dslmont'sb I. Arnsaon, br 111 Usd.. .,... 117
Cottoo a Hone's blk. I. Jimm.uc., bjr bill.
IIrrtl"oi 'u'l lViJ'iii.Vi b j 'infos' AlooVo 117
Uskwood Mtbl.'sib. I. , b Ursui bis, d.u
D.cor Puck. .................... ,, ... . 117
W I,, bcuit'.cb I. klsrtbs. hr Hsiou d'ur . 117
U ll.sr.f. b. I. OoM.n lloto,brtlpadtbrit 1J7
U. I Wllb.r's b. , , bj KlBg Krc.il,
dsu Inrsriaor. ...... t ... 117
spusrd. l S.'O ch. ub (1,000 sddtd.bsll a
miM.-raidbsa, 125, Tsirsll. 125, 0oU, 120.
Ilcrsldlu.. 120 llsllsrst. llb.Bsm Jlor-. 110.
Cull S.rrio, 110, UsjrU , 110 sad llomcsop
stbi. 105 lb
tilth IUu-H.KPil.ku for msld.os st (20
sacb, witb (1,000 4Jd, sis furious. Tb
roruoi,)22,rSso,2tiV.rd.ur. 117 frnisoc.
110 It B. ilillwe. UOl tstorrw, 110. pr. 111.
routh. 110. 1'"".';'. llOlKhUm llO.O.foy
Unos BUV. 06ib"ooIiO.Kub fio.LjdS;
r.a.tlos, IOS, sad AdolBb. 801b.
Blstb llsc-8MP.Ukss, at rO sach. lor tV-,.Ar-oMs
that bsto ao4 wos a rsow el b vslu. ol
J trjat-af at k
" The Evening World " Wins for
Women Factory Inspectors.
"The World's" Weeily Payment Bill
Good Lows Approved by tho Htnto
ISriCtlt. TO THE IVSMlrlfl WORLO.l
ALnANV. May Ul. rue Eyxximo Wontn
has won another great victory In tho cause
of labor and ot Justice.
The bill for which ita earnoat services have
been enlisted that providing for tho ap
pointment of female, factory Inspectors
recolvod tho Governor's signature to-day.
And another great accomplishment la alio
to bo rocordod tor The Wont.n.
Its fight for weekly payments has oomo to
its final triumphant issue.
Gov. Hill to-day alcned tho measure aa it
was paaasd by tho Legislature, providing
for tho weekly payment of wages by corpo
rations. The Governor also signed tho hill pro
hibiting printing and hat-maklug In tbo
THE TARIFF FIGHT CLOSING;
PasaaRO of the Previous Question
in tho House.
isrrnai. to ths xvkhiwu wosr.n.1
WAfinixoTOM. May 21. -Tho confusion of
last night was continued in the House this
morning as soon as tbo Tariff bill was
Chairman Oroavcnor. of tho Committee of
tbe Whole, waa powerless, but SpcakerReed
took the chair and quickly restored order.
When tbo Chairman of tho Committeo re
ported tbe hill to tho House, MoKluley
moved Its engrosament, third roading and
paasage. together with the amendments
The preriona question was carried by lfil
yeas to H3 nays, and this waa conaldcrad
aa a substantial Indication of how the bill
waa to pasa on dlroet vot-i.
SHOT TWICE III THE BOGY.
James Dolan Probably Murdered
by a Westohester Saloon-Keeper.
The vlllago of Weatcheater is excited this
morning over a shooting affray which may
end in Edward McDerniott's being tried for
the murder of James Dolan. who la danger
McDermott has been arrested and held for
Dolan and aome friends went Into McDcr
mitt's aaloou on South street at midnight
last night to drink.
McDermitt had some words with Dolan.
which terminated in a row.
McDermitt then put out the lights and
Jumped upon Dolau in tho dark.
He abused him shamefully and then threw
him out into tho street. Dolan retaliated
by throwing atones at tho house and curs
ing roundly at McDermitt. .... ,
Oiih slouo pss.ed through the window and
struck McDermitt's child 111 tho hi ad. The
child was seriously Injured.
Mrs. JlcDermltt cried murder.
McDermitt. whowss by this time upstairs,
threw open the window and fired three shots
at Dolan on tho street below.
Two shots took effect In Dolan a body and
he foil to the ground.
lie yelled to McDermitt. wlillo ho lay on
the ground: "ou (using a Wluepithetl
you shot me now. Khnot again and kill me. "
Dolan thcu called tn his friends who had
run away to come hack and helphliu.
Dr. Lona was called, but for some reaooa
Ilr. Mason was then called and took Dolan
to lit. Inmie on South stieet. where heat
tended him. , , ,, . , , ,
Coroner Suttnti took Dolan's ante-mortem
statement, Dolan charged McDermitt nith
tlio shmiting. , ,, , ,
Hoth Dolan and JlcDermltt are lawless
characters McDermitt was refused a
license two weeks ago by the tillage Coin,
miaalonera. ,Hcue lit saloon was onpo.
site a church tople objected to it. hot
withstanding their denial MoDsrmllt con.
tinued silling liquor.
It is probable that Dolan will die. No
attempt has been made to probe for tbe bul-
"jl'cUerniitt is sullen, and refuses to tslk
further than affirm that he was compellr.)
to do the shootin.' 111 deftusn o( his lioinu
Coaching Club Annual Parade,
The New York Coaching Club will hold its
annual parade nut Saturday afternoon.
The start will be made at ft o'clock ami the
sau'erouto pursued as last year. President
William Jay will bo in charge.
1 m a.
Embezzled Theatre Tickets.
Samuel Hess, a former emplnyie of Ken
nedy's Theatre, was held at Jefftr.ou Market
Court tbia morning for appropriating ticket
entrusted tu him to site to tradisuieu for
Local News In Brief,
Tb body of a dsrkcpniplexiODsd and black-
hal'sJ lusn. about thirly-fii j.srsold. wss
found floating la lb a tt HltcrvOplsrSearly
Tbs annual receptions of th Cooper Union
sad lb slEiblUou ef lb work of tbj ut stu
3aU will Uk place Mil Ttuudsv sridWednes
day and tha CoruuwaosiBS&t L&l foUowla cuy.
siQdialr st 310 Es"'blrtyo?uti strsel ( l.XO
o'chxt t t aoniai treu brt Jiisus.
iir hie milk.
FOREIGN HEWS BY GABLE.
Another Outrage, with a Woman
as Its Viotim, in Siberia,
v cuni E to mi rniss wxws associatiov.I
Losdom, May 21. -A gentleman Just re
turned from Siberia brings report of an
other horrlblo outrage, of which howai an
It took placo In tho prison at Kara, where
the provloua outragos occurred which have
In thla case, as in tho others, tho victim
was a woman.
Tho Governor visited the prison, found
this woman among those stiapected of giving
information of other otitragca. aud ordered
her Instant removal to Verknlondluak.
The poor creature was watted by consump
tion and nnable to rlae from her bed.
l)y the orders of tho aovornor, she was
dragged half-naked by soldiers into tbo
court-yard of tho prison, thrust Into a
sledge, and drlvou off at a gallop In tho
dead of Winter.
Tho woman dlod before arriving at her
A demand had bocn mado for tho removal
of tho Inspector, Bsdrolsky, for wantonly
ahootlug political prlaouora under convoy.
Bottled that Btanloy Will Oo Married
In tbo Abboy.
lav CABi.r to tbx raxaa wzws lasocnvioiU
Londom, May 21. It has now been defi
nitely settled that the wedding of Mr. Btan
ley shall take place In Westminster Abbey.
J ho aisters of Miss Tcnnant will be brides
maids aud the officers of the Emlu Roller
Committee will bo the groomsmen.
Tlio troiisieau of the brldo Is being ore
pared in Paris.
Mornolr Wins tho Nowmarlcet Stakes.
IfV CAME TO THE rHXSS SS ASSOCIATIOV.I
Loxnox, May 21. At tb aecoud New.
market Spring meeting to-day tho event
waa tho race for the Newmarket Stakes.
Memoir waa tho winner, with Blue Green
second and Lo Nord third.
MILL STRIKERS IN BUFFALO,
Carponters and Wood-Worltors May
Join Them To-Day.
IsrrruLTO tbe ktssisi woat.n.1
RrrriU). May 21. Tho strike of tbe mill
hands for ten houra' pay aud nine hours'
work continues, and It la believed that the
carpenters snd wood-workers will Join tho
striker during the dav. ...
Thu bosses are still firm and refuse to
make terms with the men on a new ba.ls.
alleging that if tha men do not return to
work the milt will cloio down.
Niw Fobool Sites.
The Hoard or Estimate to-day authorized
tho Aldermen to erect a reviewing stand for
Memorial Day lu Union Square at an ex
pense nf (A00.
llond fur (iU.103 were also anthorited
for tho purchase of two chnnlboui sites:
oiieon Hlautnii street Utwrtn HhrrlR and
Columbia streets, and the other on hast
Ninth strcit, adjoining Primary School ho.
Bj, 1 ---
Dior Police Drill To-Morrow,
0cr two thousand policemen will join in
a big drill to-morrow morning preparatory
to the grand vara le of the force on Memo
rial Day. '1 he drill will bo on upper Leuox
enue, 111 Harlem.
Baseball To. Day.
Regularly scheduled games to-day,
I'LAISXS' USUI'S. . HitlOBSLUiOCE.
rtne.so.l N. Vork, l'ltl.ourcsi York.
HuS.lo al Urooklin. rlocionll st lljockljn.
Cl.i.Uii.l si I'mls. I'l.i.lsad si H0.100.
1'itt.burs st llo.loa. Cblcsso ( t'uils.
Aioiirni absocutiob.Atlsbtio Assoiutiok,
I..U1..U1. t llrooklja. K.o.rk si Wurc.lrr
lo.Jo,. AtuMlc. Il.lllwor. .t J.n.j fllj.
I'oluutbu. st hjrftouMi. Mtluu'st u si H.rlford,
hi Loul. st ltocb..l.r, ll. st JVw llsf.B,
Percentages this morning of dubs iu
the leading leagues:
runm r I sstioxsu . f"
N .4, lo ', ... L 1 H t... I04I. tnL
Brooklro. 14 II .lltlll rbilsd.l'a 13 h 1110
U0.I011 13 II .Mll'tbicMO 10 '"
I'bicssu II H ..STII 1 luiio'stL 11 II .MO
PbiUd.l'a It 10 ..'..M llloklo Q II .f2i
N.wkork till .4VJM. York JO 11 .4VU
1'ill.bur.. K III .444,1'l.t.l.nd 7 . .4JH
CbK.lsDd 7 10 .12 Pill.buit. b 11 421
Bulalo. ill .313IU loo H 13 40U
AUEHICS rn ! STLSX1K' Vr
Wm lHt, C.HI .. i r.Mi
Hocb..Ur. 17 7 , 70h Wsab'sl's IA i 7..0
Atbl.lio . 14 7 fill? I'slnors. 13 7 8.VI
LouU.UI. li 10 .54S N llsi.tt 11 K J71I
M.luis.. ll 12 4:.srk. ll II JMI
U'fclo tllO .474 or.w'r 7 7 Mxl
Mr.cu.. 10 .' .V. J U.I J K 10 .444
(loluaib's. 10 Id 4'i" Tl.rtlord. 7 ll .M
tlriAkla. 4 Id 200 Vil'io'n 2 17 . lOi
THESE ARE TME DAYS.
9 7nR"H,lB vVsnt.d" ssd "SitusPoBS
If UO Wtsud" "WANTS'' ..i. pktisbsd
by "Tb Wfl(" n hs loat ? HALF-BATE SITU.
ATION PAYS. Tbs Uifsit avmbsr pobluksd by
an etttss ftp si en Oisas dawu 3,0J.
EYH1UD CAUGHT AT LAST.
Tho French Murderer's Arrest
Announced at Havana.
r'nvcAMJt to Tire rim kxws AeaociATiox.1
Havana, May 21. The pollco announco
that Eyrand, tbe murderer of tho Paris
hulsiirr Goufff, waa arretted here this
Eyraiid'a victim waa Oouffe, a proceaa
server, who disappeared from Paria lait
July, and whose dead body was found in a
ditch near Lyons, A broken trunk waa
found near hy.
Tho affair waa a mystery until a young
woman, Oabrielle Bompard, camo to the
Paris police and confessed that she enticed
Gotiffe to her rooms, that Eyrand might
Tbe body was taken In a trunk to Lyons,
and was thrown away by Eyraud next day.
The purposo of tho murder was robbery,
but very llttlo booty was obtained.
The affair became prominent In America,
aince Eyraud and Gabrlcllo came here! and
it was In Ban Francisco that the girl aban
doned her lover when she started for Paris
to mako her confession.
French detectives, after Eyraud. were
lately in New York and made an unsuccess
ful trip across the country.
The murderer did, however, atop at the
Hotel Martin in this city for a time.
Ho and Oabrielle had been auapected by
the police before the girl's confeasion, aa
they had mysteriously disappeared from
their lodgings and evidence had been found
to connect them with tha broken trunk.
COL PERLEY HAS A BOOM.
Prophets Say Mayor Grant Will
Make Him Police Commissioner.
In counectlon with the Police Gommts.
slonerahip, which Mayor Grant has to fill,
the story now is that CoL Henry C, Perley,
tbe Republican Clerk of the Tomba Police
Court, has the inside track,
Tbia I on tho supposition that another Re
publican Is to succeed Commissiouer John
The Colonel la a war veteran, has serve!
ss an Alderman and has twice stood aa the
Republican candidate for County Clerk.
He is Police Justice Holon 1L Smith's IKu.
tenant iu the 'twentieth Assembly District
and is an auti-I'lalt Republican.
That he will he appointed soon is as
serted by nisiiy, and. the recent visit
of Messrs. Fish and. Glbbs to the
Mayor's office together, with fre
quent consultations between the Mayor,
Commissioner of Public Works Gllroy aud
Police Commissioner James J, Martin are
cited aa corroborative detail.
Two Indicted Baloon-Keepsra Got
The last of Ibe batch of forty-seven saloon,
keepers iudlcted for selling liquor Is. t elec
tion diy gsve bail to-day. with the excep
tion that two Max lloemer, of No. 3D Sec.
ond ateune, and itel'erick Amiaii. of No.
lo3 Washington strict hate sold out and
gone tu Germany.
Fair, Bll.btly Warmer Weather,
,$ 21. HVulAtr ,!(.
Cfiaar 5k cuiioms;
J w VNjV rtr Ear.trn .Veie
C- JUl For a.,- t'atr
'jf' M u-niftrr, rioriArrV
- Jlf vmulr, brvumiiig
"fZS. jni runiiblr, tUa'Jlu
xSfuWi ten rmr : clou d im t$
r.7vl'rvrri "i.d mlii 37iur-
E-ja I r VJ a,,v, a"d m-jiur
I lr I 1 1 a. l.mprrnliiri'.
L If L1U-NA TUe weather to.
day. aa Indicated by Blakelys tele-ther.
m0me'"ibOO 188a I 1800 1880.
3 i. .,.... '.4 OA . - S7 .
Ai.rsi. fot put t..ulj-(oar bout., 58j 1
A.rs(s for corrsipoodini tlms last rsr, 03
Pool-Selling at Louliy.lle.
UriCI.L TO TUt EVEK1KO WOSLO.)
LorisvtrLir. May 21. -Pools were sold at
the Tutf Exchange last night ou the races
at G ravvsend as follows s
tint IUc.-Jois Morrow sad Guard, (20
Mcu.t'iKrer. (iiB.IJ. (.W. . ,.
Ixooad rUn. -Adam sol. (20: Koiinsd., (li,
3id UcTjio;a Horn, 3Q. btsrhaSt, (2S,
Ausawu Sie.UsrmraiIr. 15,t. U. (1&
Feuita Kf, liMaldius. (24 1 rordbui. Ci.il
LiSf lilHTl 1
HE KILLED BOTH. 1
A HDSband Shools Hs Unfillbl '''l
Wife and Her Conn m H
Terrible Tragady at Midnght -M
a Georgia Hotel. JH
Tho L tndlord Avenges Wrong DOM H
Illm by Ills Guest, Ji
larxoHL to tbs zvcimra woato.1 ilrH
Jibut. Ga.. May 31. -A frightful trtg4f ''ijB
took place at midnight, resulting in tsat 4
death of Mrs. P. B. Llttlcfisld and County rff
Surveyor McCall, of Ware, at tha. bands of 'Jj
the woman's husband. !
McCall came to Jeinp from Brunswick, ,!
about 10 o'clock p. M-, and stopped at the :kj
He retired to his room'an lour later, bt JgH
then camo out, went downstair in bis '
nightclothos and asked for Mr, LittlsfiUd, !H
whom he could not find. H
He tbon went to Mrs. Llltlcfleld's door anfl Cl
She admitted htm. , 'H
Mr. Llttlefleld waa on the front porch j
watching tho pair, and he rushed through j
tbe window into the room and shot his wife ' aSV
Just over the left eye. killing her Instantly. $
He then shot Mr. McCall four times. . 9
One ball struck In the Up Just under the fH
nose, one In the right aide, one In tha left .
shoulder and one In the small of the back, li
McCall ran from the room where ha was t
shot into the room occupied by a Mr, Bui-
rency and there fell. 1
Medical aid was summoned at opoe, btH j
he died at 2.20 A. n. 'fJSH
The shooting occurred at a tew ialmntBJt-3J
before 12 o'clock. 'vjHI
Mr. McCall was about fifty years old and flH
had a large family, including grown chll- H
Iron, , ?KH
Tha family stood Terr high in th (iMmv 'JH
tion of tha community. rl
Mr. Llttlefleld Is about the same age m H
McCalL His wifo waa about forty.flverean '9
of age. ''
They camo from Massachusetts and had -JH
lived In Jesup for about twenty years. 'JH
FELL FORTY-FIVE FEET. H
Two Accidents on the Mew Crlaal-sVX '4H
Court Bulldlno; To-Day. ll
John Lucie, who was laying pile forth vH
foundation of the new criminal court baU- j
Ing on Centre street, had a lucky escape ''
from death this morning. , , ,;tl
Luclo waa near tbe top of .a derrick. l
forty-five feet high, when be slloped fr i3
his nerch and fell into a tronch below. Be -1
was unconscions. ."
lllood oozed from bis month, and ha tras Ti
frightfully bruiaed. . .:
There waa another accident at the saraa . ,,'
place this morning. A pile waa being put in
place, when the tackle became disarranged "!
and the pile fell over towards Centre street ',.'
and shattered tbe fence. .
IVES AND STAYNER HEARING. 9
Brokers' Claim for (100,000 LaM iH
Aside by Referee Stetson. tfi
Referee Stetson continued the hearing la
the Ives Stayner case this morning. JH
Ililncrs. McOorern A Co. presented adauk '"
fordOO.000. of which (100,000 was for 1
breach or contract and (00,000 for losses ''TH
In negotiating loaus. M.r. Btauon laid the 'H
claim by tor future consideration. 4l
Ives ,V Stayner borrowed through this firm ii
(200,000 trora Russell Sage, on collateral
which, when sold to meet the loan, fell far . '
short of tbe amount dne, Hllners, Je
Govern Co. had to make up the rest,
. . i '-
BLAZE IN BABBITT'S FACTORY. ;
Blgr Vats of 8oap Become) Orer H
boated and Create a Scare. '''SjM
Watchmen Saunders and Padburg. aa ''H
duty at lLT.Babbiit immense soap factory
iu Washington and West streets, saw PM H
of smoke issuing from tbe big vats of fal on f!H
tbe fourth floor of the factory shortly aft 1
I o'clock this mornlug. , . . . . l
An alarm was turned in, The flooring of
the filth floor was burned slightly, but th 1
loss wa trifling, probably not (ISO worth fi
of damage Uing done, Ji
NO MORE NETS IN JAMAICA BAY, M
Gov. Hill Urged to Sign the BUI for ,''H
tbe Protection nf Game Fish. ,;!
The wholeaale netting offish in Jamalesv ''
Bay caused Senator Stadlr to securo the H
passage of a bill by tbeLeglalatur makia "H
unlawful the Uking of fish In the waters or JS
the Hay other than hy hook and line- A .3
long memorial has been sent to Goy. HUM ;
urging him to sign the bill. 'J he petitioners M
allege that very Iittla of the ustlers' ja eh
resJbes market, too of game fish UlstT ?
u.ed simply for ferulizing matenaL . JH
AN ENGINEER KILLED. M
And Two Other Men Burt hi at a
urscuL to tus ivraixa wobiaI 7JH
rirrsiiico, Ps,, May 21. -A coMiruetlou H
train on the Pittaburg aud Lake ErM road s
at Alliquipi a ran iuto the rear of a freight ll
tiatu iu a dense rug this morning.
Enaiurer Tl on as Rogvrs.ol Beaver Fall. .JM
was killed instautly. and two other aa .
serious!) lujuicd. l
Unique Drill at the Y, M. O. A, 1
The Unique Society, com posed of yWXjf , jH
Udiet who are members of ths LxiatB H
AveunsBaptUtChuTch. wUUtv .jWfjJ
llarlera BranelTofj th(. W- C. A., ft fff H