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THE WORLD TUESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 24 1903 >
4 7 MAD BURGLAR
NEAR MILLIONS
Crank Breaks EighteenInch
f Hole in Storm Doors of Equit
able Building and Crawls
Through the Aperture
A
FOUND SEEKING VAULTS
OF A TRUST COMPANY
Knocked Down by Watchman
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Alfred Leonard Says Hallelu
j jah After Which He Tells of
r Women Pestering Him
Alfred Leonard squeezed hlrrsclf
through an aperture eighteen Inches
I square which ho had cut In the glass
t panels ot tho storm doors of tho
Equitable Life ibuliainsr at No 120
Broadway Hour he got through the
hole Is a mystery but strangtr still
U how he managed to squeeze through
I a ragged aperture ho mado later > y
I moslilnit tho slass o the Innor doors
with a Belgian block
I
After Leonard got Into the build
1 ing he mado his way to tho Mercan
tile Trust Companys offices on tho
I ground floor and tras trying to force
his way In when William Collins the
companys night watchman spied him
Collins had a big elxshootcr under
his nose In an Instant Leonard looked
I down the barrel and laughed The
ji nlKiht watchman floored him with a
r ixuiicu and stood on his chest for safety
That made Leonard exclaim lIalle
I
lujah
Collins Bearched him saw he had no
weapons and yanked him to his feet
i Ha noticed the man was coatless and In
his stocking feet He suspected he had
a shamming burglar to deal with and
took him to tho lower floor where all
j the watchmen In the building congre
gated They questioned Leonard and
i he talked freely giving plain evidence
I that he was unbalanced lie said ho had
w
MSOOOOOO In tho Mercantile Trust Com
panys vaults and twentylive women
were pcstcrlnr him for It Ho Intended
to take It out and take It to Europe
out ot their reach
When asked how he got Into the build
ing Leonard showed the holes he had
mado in the glass panels of the storm
doors und inside doors but how he
managed to crawl through ho oould not
explain His coat and shoes were found
in tho vestibule When he cot hIs shoes
bo playfully tried to tap the teeth out
of Watchman Colllnss upper jaw
Policeman Styreck of tho Old Slip
station who assisted Policeman John
Murphy In inking him to Old Blip sta
tion remembered having eoen tho man
wandsriiiK aimlessly up and down lower
Broadway earlier In the night Sergt
McNally of Old Slip station sent for
nn ambulance surgeon and Dr lUgslns
of St VmcontH Hospital pronounced
Leonard demented and ordered him to
Bellfvun Leonard Is a varnlshor forty
three years old and jived at No 240
West Tuentysecond street
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i BURGLAR ROBS
I 1 MERCHANTS I I HOUSE
Steals Watch and Jewelry
Worth 800 from Stamford
House of James R Raymond
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Or Head of a Broadway Firm
James R Raymond head of a big
1 Broadway house engaged in Importing
Oriental goods belleves that ho and lila
friends have been marked aa victims
toy persistent robbers His store In
I
Boston was robbed Saturday night by
burglars A friend who Is visiting him
In1 his magnificent home on Strawberry
I Hill Stamford Conn waa relieved of
e wallet and money Sunday by a pick
pocket while waiting for a train at
Stamford and porchclimbers last night
raided his home
Mr Raymond and Ma faintly were at
dinner lost night when they hoard a
nolto upstairs but at the time thought
It was the servants When Mrs Ray
mond went to her room on the second
floor after dinner she found th door
I
iviaa locked on the Inside
Investigation showed that a burglar
had climbed the pillar of a plaza and
from tho porch roof had entered Mrs I
Raymonds room through n window To
secure himself from Interruption he had
1 locked the door Into the hall
If Then ho took a gold watch and chain
+ and some other jewelry all valued at
I30U and about 100 In money air Ray
mond said today that ho would pay J2SO
toward for the arrest of tho thieves
1
Anton In the ArctIc
From the Brooklyn Eagle
It I Tho papers havo discovered another
wonder An American automobile has
I4 crossed the arctic circle In Sweden
Nothing has been done like this since
I trio world began The American Hag
waves within lCOO miles of the north
polo and Ole eagle at freedom shrteka
Lie he soars above the Bwodlsh del
liawks Jt1s a great deed a bravo
deed It will live in history But an
Boon as we havo calmed down a little
S wo will consider that there Is no reason
nvhy tho automobile should not have
crossed tho arctic circle There are
nono of the icebergs or frozen noun
I tains that the pal > crs allege There arc
roads and railroads running beyond tho
circle and you can ride to QHIvara In
h a sleeping car if your automobile breaks
7 down And when you linvo gono a long
way heyrmil you will come to the Inter
I i esting town of Hommurfest with shops
Pt bank club hotel Its hot summer day
which It Is undergoing Just now and Its
It mild winter nights when fishing Is car
rie on Lot us iemcmbor that during
the arctic summer there Is no reason
why the gasoline should freeze It Is
I not likely that the travellers are suffer
tn from mosquito bites but quite sure
that thoy are not aufferins from frost
flMfl Yes Ite quite a remarkable
thing that an automofbile should be run
avWII < yw > n roads of Swedenbut
tot iaJIW losodurheads Inr b orit m
lIlaUllIo ot thLs Ct 1
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FAMOUS AMERICAN LANDSCAPE
PAINTER WHO DIED TODA Y
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SIR JOHN MAPLES
NOTED CAREER ENDS
Englishman Prominent in Poli
tics the Business World and
on the Turf Dies After Long
Illness
LONDON Nov 24Slr John Blun
dell Mhple Bart M P Is dead Ha
was born in ISIS He had been for a
long time past suffering from Bright
disease and heart trouble
Sir John was a typical figure In thla
busy ago He was with equal success
a business man racehorse owner
country squire and Member of Parlia
ment At the ago of sixteen he com
menced business In hIs fathers small
furniture shop which gradually devel
oped Into Jts present huge proportions
His title was a reward for political
services to the Unionists
Hardly an election has occurred la
the metropolis for many years without
Sir John personally driving voters to
the polls In a outhorse coach Ills
exposure of the remount scandals in
the South African war was one of the
earliest movements toward the reform
of tho War Office
Few men played a more prominent
part In the racing world than Sir John
Maple In the last two decades He
headed the list of winning owners In
1902 and had the largest racing stud
In the United Kingdom but the aris
tocratic Jockey Club persistently de
nied him admittance presumably on
account of his connection with busi
ness until last September when It wn
already known that his illness must
be fatal
Sir John gave large sums In bene
factions notably J600COO to the Uni
versity College Hospital flits only
child its tho wife of Baron von Eck
hordsteln First Secretary of the Ger
man Embassy In London
FORGOT HE TRIED SUICIDE
Neville When Fonnil Hanging
Kiioir Nothinff of It
Alfred B Neville of No 793 West
Chester avenue was arraigned before
ornglstrnte Baker In the Morrisanla
Court todajr on two complaints of In
toxication and attempted suicide and
was discharged
Mrs Neville last night had her hus
band arrested He arrived home In an
Intoxicated condition she alleged and
oomnvencod to break up the furniture
After being taken to the statlonhoua
by Patrolman Back ho was placed In a
cell Some time later Doorman Holmes
found that Neville had hanged himself
to the cell door by a handkerchief He
was out down In an unconscious condi
tion He waa taken to the Lebanon
Hospital whore he quickly recovered
In court Neville said he had no knowl
edge of his attempt at suicide
BOTH FEEL
VTmt Proper Food Doe for Doth
Mind and Body
Physical health mental health In
deed almost everythlnggood on this
earth depend In great measure upon
proper food
Without health nothing la worth
while and health can be won al
most evory time by proper feeding
on the BClentlfle food GrapeNuts
A California trained nurse proved
this Three years ago I was taken
very sick my work as a trained nurse
having worn me out both In body and
mind and medicine failed to relieve
me at all After seeing a number of
physicians and specialists and getting I
much discouraged I
no relief I was very
ugod and felt that I would die of
general nervous and physical collapse
My condition was so bad I never
Imagined food would help me but on
the advice of a friend I tried Drape
Nuts Tho first package brought me
so much relief that I quit tile medi
cines and used GrapeNuts steadily
three times a day The result was
that within six months I had sb com
pletely regained my strength an < t
hnalth that I was back nursing again
anti I feel improvement In my
brain power just as plainly as I do
in physical strength
After my own wonderful experi
ence with GrapeNuts I have recom
mended It to tny patients with splen
did success antI It has worked won
ders In the cases of many invalids
whom I havo attended professional
ly Name given by Postum Co
Battle Creak Mich
Look 4n each package for acopy
of the famous llttlo bookVXhe Head
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NOTED LANDSCAPE
PAINTER DEAD
Julian Walbridge Rix One of
Americas Famous Artists
Succumbs to the Effects of
an Operation
Julian WalbrldKe Rlx ono of tho four
leading landscape painters of America
died today In his home at No 80 West
Fortieth teetUr Itlx underwent an
operation a week ago and did not re
cover
Julian nix was known ia one Of the
small cotorle of American artists who
were the legitimate successors of Wy
ant Inness and Martin The only criti
cism llr Illxs friends ever had to
make ot him was concerning his mod
esty Those of his paintings which became
came famous were noted In his own
studio and on the walls of the pur
chasers He seldom held a rniblla ex
hibition
GERMANY FOR PANAMA
Desire of Colombia in Ufa Way
Farthered br the Government
BERLIN Nov 21 Tho Foreign Office
I today made the following official an
nouncement
Upon the Imperial Chancellors writ
I ten proposal the Emperor yesterday
directed that the new free State of
Panama be recognized by Germany
Neither the Gorman Foreign Office nor
the German Charge dAffaires at Bogota
have In any way furthered the desires
of Colombia
SURVIVORS CLING TO WRECK
Sea Too IlnaKli to Rescue CWT of
Vcmiel nail Five Men Drown
SfTAVANGER Norway Nov 24The
Nornoglan steamer Victoria Capt An
derson was stranded durIng lat nights
storm oft this port It was cnixraslblo
to rescue the crew owing to the heavy
sea running I
Five bodies have been washod ashore
and some iwrsont are still clinging to
the masts ft the vessel I
I New Publications
SHOT FOUR TIMES
AT BANK OFFICIAL
London Man Apparently Insane
Then Attacked Police with
Pistol and Fought Until Fire
Hose Was Turned on Him i
LONDON Nov 21A murderous at I
tack with a revolver was mad today
on Mr Graham the Secretary of the
Bank of England by an Individual who
I Is supposed to be Insane
The man fired four shots In raid
succession but Mr Graham was not
hurt
I Considerable difficulty was experienced
In securing the wouldbe asiacaln
He fought hard drawing his pistol on
the police and It was not until a flro
hose was turned on him and he wan
thoroughly drenched and exhausted
that he gave up his struggle He was
then disarmed and locked up
The wouldbe assassin la a Londoner
from the West End but his name Is
not known The doctors certltled that I
he Is a lunatic
The man went to the Bank of Eng
land asked to see the manager and
was shown Into a receptionroom where
Me Graham and others were gathered
Tho stranger took up a position In front I
of the tire pulled out a revolver and
commenced shooting In the mean time
shouting
Como on you coward I
ftc occupants of tho room fled and
tho lunatic was finally overpowered by
tho attendants
BRUISED CROWD
PROSECUTES VITOS
Many Men Appear Against
Brothers Who Started Riot in
Excavation for a New Hotel
in Broadway
A bruised and bandaged lot of men
appeared In the Jefferson Market Police
Court today ns witnesses against the
Vlto brothers who started the riot In
the excavation for n new hotel at
Broadway and Twentyninth street
when the busy thoroughfare waa crowded
with people
Lorenzo Vito started the quarrel with
John Kennedy and knocked him down
Ills countrymen went to his assistance
and the drillers and derrlckmen cham
pioned Kennedys cause In an Instant
more than 150 men wore In a frantic
struggle
Vito leaped upon lila victim and bit
a piece from his cheek and then seizing
an axe itood guard over him threat
ening to kill the first man who came
toward Mm Foreman Richard Bwveney
went to help Kennedy and was knocked
down by Lulgl Vito who struck him In
the iaoo with a wrench
Policeman Daly scrambled down a lad
der and pointing his revolver at Lor
care Vlto threatened him with death It
he did pot throw away the axe As
the policeman marched his prisoner up
the ladder they were assailed with
bricks and rocks by the wagon drivers
In the street above
Broadway was crowded with angry
men and they were not scattered until
the reserves from the Tenderloin sta
tion were called out The Vila > brothers
were taken to the police court and held
hi 300 bonds for examination today
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FELL INTO MOLTEN STEEL
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IXUFrAIX Nov 21 James UIoNa
mara formely of Scranton Pa fell Into
a cauldron of molten steel at tho Lack
awanna Steel plant early today He
nll die
I New Publications I
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The
Degradation
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Wall Street
A CLEAR complete story of a wonderful
trust operation Youd call it a bunco
game if it had to do with poor people and ten
dollar bills But it was a matter of millions so
was called high finance You should read this
Story of the Shipbuilding Scandal if only for
the light it gives on other Wall Street operations
This Is but one article from the
Splendid Christmas Number of
Frank
LESLIES
Popular I
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22 Contributions 10 Complete Stories
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8 Color Pictures I
On Sale Everywhere 10 Cents
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SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA
Recommends Peruna
For Dyspepsiaand Stomach Trouble
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EXSCNATOR M C BUTLER
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Hon M C Dutlfr of South Carolina was United States Senator from that State for
two terms In a recent letter to The Porno Medicine Co from Washington D C bo
says
1 can recommend Pcruna for dyspepsia and stomach trouble
I have been using your medicine for a abort period mid I ccl
very much relieved It is indeed a wonderful medicine besides a
good tOllicltr C Butler
Catarrhof the Stomach Is Generally
Callod spopslaSomothing
to Produce Artificial Diges
tion Is Generally Taken
Henoo Panoroatin and i
Pepsin a
Host of Other Digestive Rem
edies Have Been Invented
These Remedies Do Not Roach tho I
Seat of tho Difficulty Which
Is Really Catarrh of the
Stomach
This Deranges the System So that
Proper Digestion Cannot
Take Place
The only rational war to cure dyipen
Is to remoTe the catarrh Peruna cures ca
tarrh rerun does not produce artificial
dlieitlon It cures catarrh and leans the
stomach to perform digestion 1 n a natural
way This Is vastly better and safer than
resorting to artificial methods
Peruna has cured more cases of dtspepsla
than all other remedies combined simply
because It cures catarrh wherever located
If catarrh U located lu the hondo Perunn
cures It H catarrh ha < fastened Itself In
the throat or bronchial tubes Peruna cum
It When catarrh becomes settled In the
stomach Peruna cures It as well In this lo
cation as any other
Peruna Is not slmolr a remedy for dm
pepsin Peruna Is a catarrh remedy Pe
runa cures dyspepsia because It Is generally
dependent upon catarrh
A Mont Vonilcrfnl Cure of Djrupep
aiD Undo by Perunn
A C Lockhart corner Cottage street and
Thurston Road Itocboster N Y writes
About fifteen rears ago I commenced to
be alllnx with a fpeclcs of dyspepsia and
called on a physician who gave me only
temporary relief
I consulted another phrdclan with no
better results
I am now taking the fifth bottle of Pe
runa and have not an ache or a palo any
where Mr bowels more regularly every
day and I bave taken on eighteen pounds ot
flesh my usual weight being 145 pounds I
nil down at one time as low as IK pound
A C Lockhart
If you do not derive prompt and satlsfac
tory results from the use of Peruna writ
at once to Dr Hartman siring a full state
ment of jour case and he will be pleased
to rlVIt you his valuable advice gratis
Address Dr Hirtman President of The
Hartman Sanitarium Columbus Ohio
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THANKSGIVING BARGAINS
ORIENTAL RUGS
CARABAGHS AND GUENDJIS 6
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Sizes average 3x40
GOLDEN OAK HALL STANDS 12 and 24
Reduced from JIG mad S32
French Bevel Mirrors Brass Hooks
Also Golden Oak Desks specially reduced
Long Credit
brings Thanksgiving bargains within reach of all f
QWPERTHWAIT 10
104 To 108 West 14th St
NEAR 61AY
BrookbD Stores FlatbusluAv near Fulton SL
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THANKSGIVING SALE
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Silver Table Decorations I
Cooking Utensils
Two Everything for the Thanksgiving Table at prices
below the average
Stamps
tfmps We will give you tomorrow Two Blue Trading
or Stamps for one on every 10 cent purchase
One The store will be open until 10 P M
Bronx Department Store
3d Avenue and 145th St
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All Day Wednesday
In Our Big Music Dept Second Floor
ALL MAIL ORDERS FILLED
2c Extra for Postage If Ordered by Mall
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1 Ic THERES NOBODY JUST LIKE YOU 1 1C
The Ballad lilt of America
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lie SAMMY Tho Big lilt of Wizard or Oz lie
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lam mj cb is > a Cu oj fir its tIo
11 c LA COOHFTTF Just Published 1 IT
I UUWUCI I C suecssiorto Hearts and Flowers 1 1
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II c THE GIRL YOU LOVE 5Ve3sflpilellorand 1 lc
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CHORUS Sri
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lie THE SUN DANCE JUsUssuodasasonal I I 16
Instrumental for Piano
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Im on the Water Wagon Now
frank Daniels Ula lilt
Bedclla
Im sorry Ill Bo Dusy All Next
Week
Tho Hoys In the Gallery for
Mine
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11 C Clarinda Nov and Popular
Waltz Sonot
KIYo IA Great Novelty In a
SonS
The tar Babies Beautiful
Lullaby I
Let Moonlight Us swear It In the Pale
I T J The Sonn Hits of Tho Billionaire 1 I i f
c Jes Cause tho Moon
t 11 Was Shining I
Toast Hero Comes Song Pansy
Intermezzo fron ClIo
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Olrl Folk at item
My OM lOnturkv Home
Inrtrr the Double Haul
Mendelssohn Sorlnc Pone
In Irrnm > I PerU with
then I 2 kOII
Amerlran WeiMIn March
Mndrc Mol Wnlum
Tho Ilttl Prlncnn
Tobn bfautlfill
Jxnon Old htt Sonic
rusalrm
Lest Chord
Mrndrliiiahna Wfddlnit
Mnrch
My Little Pansy C < I
To Billionaire Be Truly Twostep Refined 11 I1 f I i
Selection Billionaire1 for Piano i
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II t The Song Hits of Rogers Bros In London 11
Dy the sycamore Tree
C Mr Breezy Was an Easy Mark
11 Say Youll Baa Friend Mine
American Beauty
Quean QUIto Bungalow i
On a starlight Night c
You Dream elM Lavo 11 l t 1
The Costors Holiday uuu t
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Just Issuodl The Crown Mandolin and Guitar Folio
Published In Four Books 1st Mindolln 2d Mindolln Guitar and Piano Accom
paniment Contains 21 CimiMta Numbsrs of the best musical successes or
the year such as Sammy rna Sun Danes Pinky Panti Poe etc
On Sale Special I8c Per Book By Man 3 cents Extra
Also the following Popular Classical Music 7c CODV 11
In OM Madrid
Melod In K nuhln tfln
Pirth Nwiurnf
over th WMM Walll
Hlnclt Ituwk Waits
The Flatterer
Mlnut h > raijercws
Axe Maria
April Knillri
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Iir am rt Pirartln
Simple tonfflnn
I Monastery nell
rrnnKP I > 1ok nmn Walt
Jolt > I > lloni Waltz
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NOTEThe nieces marked are sure to please and ara highly recimmanded by us
We solicit and my special attention to mal orders and ara orsparjl to fill
orders from teachers and musicians promgllf at spaniel ducj rates
Abovo Music for Sale Wednesday
MAIL ORDERS FILLED NO MUSIC SET C O D
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Shes My Girl From the Run
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Contrary Mary
The St Louis Rag Very Popu
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The sun Dance Big 11lt1
Laces and Graces
Mon Amour Waltzes Fine 11 C
The Fox Hunters March Big
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I Love You Fine Balladi
Dovotlon From Knickerbocker
Girl
Kill p On aShlntng sllvry
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Quartered Oak Exttnlon
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Roml Me I
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William Tell
Ialms
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