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PRICE ONE CENT NEW YORK FRIDAY NOVEMBER 27 1003 IRICB ONE GENT
CLEVELAND
1 WONT RUN
j > The ExPresident An
nounces He Will Not
I
Be Candidate
SAYS IT IS UNALTERABLE
Writes to St Clair McKeltiay
flat He Is Grateful for
Past Honors
PARKER MAY HEAD TICKET
tPARKER
Brooiljn Eagle in Publishing Mr
I Clevelands Letter Comes Out
for Hew York Judge
I
Grow Cleveland today declared that
I ended no circumstances would he ac
cept the nomination to be President of
tho United States for a third term This
declaration was made in a letter to St
I Clalr McKelvay editor ot the Brooklyn
Zazle
Accompanying the letter In the Eagle
la on editorial in which 3Ir McKelway
says that the declination of < Mr Cleve
land makes Judge Alton B Parker the
logical and sane candidate for the Pres
idency on the Democratic ticket
Mr Clevelands letter to air McKel
tray follows in full
> PIIIKCETON N J
I Nov251903
V anr DEAR MR sncELWAY
I have waited IWll 1oflg time to1
say something which I think ehould
be said to you before others
You can never know how grateful
ff am tor ftho manifestations ot
kindly feeling toward me on the part
of my countrymen which your in
iltlatlon haa brought out Your ad
vocacy in the Eagle of my nomina
tion lor the Presidency came to me
i es a great surprise and it has been
seconded in such a manner by
Democratic setlment that conflicting
thoughts of gratitude and duty have
caused me to hesitate as to the ttme
end nAnner of a declaration on my
part concerning the subject If such
a declaration should seem necessary
or proper
i In the mldsit of It alt and In
the fuU view of every consid
eration I have Dot for a mo
ment been able nor am I now
f able to open my mind to the
thought dint In any considera
4 tion or upon any consideration
I Sjhould ever attain become the
I
nominee of my perIl for the
presidency My determination
not to ilo no In unalterable a nil
conclusive
This you at least ought to know
from me and I should be glad If
the Eagle were made thc medium
of Its conveyance to the public
Very < lncerely yours
GROVER CLEVELAND
f Bt Chair McKelway LL D
Brooklyn N Y
This seems to settle the question so
faa as Mr Cleveland is concerned
S
1 RESULTS OF RACES
ATNEW ORLEANS
I
FIRST RACESweet Nell 11 to
D1 Josetto 5 to 1 2 Filly Deck 3
SECOND RACE Julia Junkin 15
fo 1 > 1 Spec 4 to1 2 Eliza Cook 3
THIRD RACE Atheola 12 to 1
l fl Noweta 20 to 1 2 Bard of Avon
I 8
i
<
FOURTH RACE Cyprlenne 10 to
k n 1 Annie Max 2 to 1 2 Ethlca
fSMCl l to The Evening World
RACE TRACK NEW ORLEANS
Nov427rrdeal racing weather prevailed
this aft rnoon aAAthe attendance was
good for an off day It was much
i colder and the track wa a trifle more
L euppy Light nelds made things easy
tor Starter Fitzgerald There were no
arrivals of any Importance
HACE
FIHBT
> jF1ve and onehalf furlongs npftlnr 11
n v aterteruwatalocker s FtIllfrin Hir ii I
5 Sweft NM Jr2 hem I li > 1 4 lin 1
Jaiuttr ice Davlron I 2 2 A
fliIyUeck 1 CT iItlln i 4 n 4 ah
Louis rlston Tinea Wlnllxht IIhitday
1 Trlttrne nmt Jn IVrrli ulsn inn
I einrt mad Won < AHV Time LOS 13
I SICD tVACU
1 Six furlono
Rtartenwta1K Hlllirrln Ilottlncr Kir pj
r Julia JunkTn lnowI r 1 I I js 0
1 Hc 104 foo rilllllp 1 414 21 02 81
I Ellta Cooich0iIeIrcaon S 7 T 12 8g
Jon POM Helm of Ulead Qua Ijjrkn Lit
la Jack Homer Alpaca and Incuho olio
ran
ranBtart aced Won nil out rlmelU 53
J
NfW Nltht train I o nttibur yti Penn
pylrnnln KallromlJ UexlanlnK Novel
5r III Jeave VI mi Wli MP M
dallr b1 Plttrh m A > M 81epie 1I
r ji Eif <
GIRL WHO WAS HAUNTED BY
I FE RAND KILLED HERSELF
THE CUAROSMAI
WINfffLASJI
After Many Attempts Finally I
Gets His Nose in Front ot
Monograph in Fourth Race
at Bennings
THEWINNERS
I
FIRST RACEDemurrer 10t01 i
1 Blue and Orange 8 to 1 2 Many I
Thanks 3
SECOND RACEFort Hunter 5
to 2 1 Ganarquu 7 to 2 2 Blyth
ness 3r
THIRD RACE Monster 7 to 10
1 Mlse Melton 10 to 1 2 Cay Liz
zette 3
FOURTH RACEThe Guardsman
3 to 1 1 Monograph 8 tos1 2
Rightful 3
FIFTH RACE Plttacus 3 to 1 1
Mlladl Love 6 tol 2 Harrison 3
T
SIXTH RACE8amCraig 6to 1
1 RlvorPlrato6tq22 Highlander
er 3 I
i
RACE TRACK BBNNINGS O Ci
NDY 27 Racing was continued Ben
nlnga this afternoon under very die
ngreeatfle condition The weather wee
very raw and a leaden sky wae expected
I
pected to burst Into wiowflakes at
any moment Jockeys rode in heavy
clothing and the crowd stamped about
In an effontto keep worm The attend
ance was limited to the regulars and
It looked very small after the great at
tendance yesterday
The card was fairly good Betting
< was brisk for the fjelds were well bal
anced The meeting ends tomorrow
with a One card the features being a
handicap for twoyearolds and the
Hunters Champion steeplechase
mST RACE
Six furlonn
JItllnlf
dtarters whts ioeks 8t HlfFln 81r 11
nemurrer Ill Coline 2 I I 10 4
Blue nittSWMlr r fl 4 2l4 R 3
Many ThnkMRlnhrIl2 > 3H 12 B
WaaerI T Do1 4 SH < l 11 H
Neither Oat 00 Hurley 0 5 fi 20 g
Ilhan 84 Finnegan10 on 40 IS
Oclawah caCummlniM 7 T IB 0
Vnlloy Forge HolmnU 8 K inn 40
Worry 8 Taylor112 no 10 4
Dramatist 101 Olandt Iii 10 in ini 711
Illit Ul Hactnr in 11 ill inn 3D
m liilJioll g g
liil lrn3H
Klolm lOt Bnrbe 1 12 18 U n
Hot IUI Arton 11 11 11 nil 20
OrnrvMi III KnasckIll 14 14 100 10
John IIuKhru III Klcncklil IS 80 12
Hilarity in TFItzpatk HI In ran Km
MaranuUlrinillri 7 17 17 10 in
Krarorth 8 9 llrunnrr N IS III inn tin
Iri Twjll > Allrnlin flc flI 1 81
Start fair Won < flrllnlfTlmIII
Demurrer runncd to tho front fol
lowed hy Miny ThankH Wagner unit
Oclawuha They held thin order to the
stretch whero ucmurror drew way nod
won easily by three lengths from Blue
I Hneclnl Tiiln Account Army > arr
Football Genie
10L AVA NW XSrtiW > it Z3l lll Station at
1010 A M tptsbroitfB and SIAt50n Stll
at 10SO A H r vIa P nn yh nla Railroad
ennF
november So ior Wt Phllartelchla and
Uroali Wrejt station II IIiaPWet
lox Iwvi Dread fJoJGlU station n na p M
Wiat Phll rt lphlm 538 P M Parlor Cars
iAhtg > r and coactit
tt t j nJiii q
and Orange mho beat Many Thanks a
length audio halt for the place
SECOND RACE
Flva furlbim
Btartew wht locJti atIIttFln It1
a LBanar4SAzainaio444aa 1
UMWAUU Id02 jiedfem II 4 2i 72 03
Blythejlcu 10 Burns 238 13B 1
I Lady Mirthful 10 nonen 314 20 7
Wood hade IMCallahn 3 S S 10 4
nutdMte 101 JWalh1 8 II 8 3
Raider 101 lIehnl 8 R 7 8 a
Mlmon 01 QBrlen i 4 7 8 SO A
Any Day 00 Trubello JO 0 50 20
Yo Pan 104 n Walsh 7 Ii 10 8 3
Piquet 104 Walnnrtsht 11 11 00 20
I Start rood Won driving TlmIOO 48
I Lady Mirthful Blytheness Fort Hun
ter and Burdette raced heads apart to
the last furlong where Fort Hunter
drew clear and won cleverly by a
length and a halt from Gananpgue who
beat Blythenejs a head for the place
TUlnD RACE
Seven furlongs
netting
Starters vht Sock 8tHlfFln Sir PI
Moniter 109 Hoar 2 1 3h 710 14
Mlu M lIon 101wallh 0 8 > 2h 10 4
Gay Uizette104 RomIl 3 4 3h 4M 12
Brlarthorp 107 Mchli 5 S 4 12 3
Eclectic 100 Mlleii 175 25 8
Pompano 110 Plckn 10 90 8 B2
fraW otl0iof Ream 8 n 7 2O 8
Tom Cod 110 OBrien 058 30 10
Shortcake 107 Doleien 7 10 0 1 fin SO
Maitr Prim 110 JWalih 4 2 I 10 12 4
Start good Won drIving Time 120 23
Monster and Master Prim raced head
and head followed by Mia Molton and
Oay Llzzcttc IOflh run home Master
Prim died away and Miss Melton and
Oiv Llzzettc closed on Monster In a
driving finish Monster won by a nose
Ircm illss Mel ton who heat Gay Liz
m illfaItTlie tOnll g to io l
zette a licatli Too number of Mailer
Prim who weare about the simo colors
os Oay Llzzctte was hoisted by the
judges as being third and tho crowd
Jiootea until It was taken down
X I rOUUTH RACE
Mile and forty > ard
8tarter whl Jocks St Hlf Fin liettlnr sr Ph
Thn Guanl man 80
Romanrlll 1 1 l > > 3 I
Monograph 101 Boloen 2 liVi 8 3
ItlKhUul 100 Trueh 01 ab 3 7B
Warranted 104Murhdn o 4 Son
Satire 108 Pickering 7 4 S 8 52
Rtoneewall on Deiouia 080 8 3
Lord Advocate100 477 20 6
Man Worth 07 Cairn 258 CO in
Hoodwink ODrlen 0 0 5 2
Faranlati 100 Blake 3 10 10 800 100
Start good Won drllntc Time 141 33
Guardsman and Monograph raced In
close wder to the etretch followed by
Rightful and Satire In the stretch the
two leaders drew away and fighting it
out Guardsman van by a head from
Monograph who beat Rightful a
length and a halt s
FIFTH RACE
Seven furloncs
Staffer ivhts Jock StHlfFln flettinL Sir Ph
Plttacua 07 Dewuta 1 2H41 3 I
Mllartl Love P2Brunner 8 8 2V 1 n2
HarrUnn 104 Blake I II 3 8 3
Ilpc 02 Ollrlen 1i 74 20 8
n lr lg lb
Hackrnuck ra1hanl2 10 5 IB 4
Our NucKMlOO Michaels 2 I > n If 1
Mart Mullen OJTnubello 11 7 IS 5
Uurnr niaii IOu Plckc 3V4 a to 10
Hquld 02 B Watch 11 12 ii 10 2O
Prlncelet lot Mulholld U 13 10 300 100
Nancy D 07 Hobln onH 14 II roOO
John Neln 101 Ilnl en 5 II 12 inri 40
nusiell Garth 100 liver 4 3 It 00 20
Hymottui 101 Redfern 7 4 14 83
Orantdnle02ltrlnhrncrl3 13 13 1100
Start good Won ea lll TimI 23 I
Our Xuggett and Burning Glass were
the pacemakers to the stretch followed
oy nttacus and Hymettua In the
atretch Plttacus came through and
stalling oft a rush by Mlladl Love won
by n head Mlladl Love was a length
In front of Harrison
SIXTH RACE
t Qne mile and an elithth
Starter whti jock 81 JIlt nn sr I pT
Ram Crate 104 Burns 1 2 > U144 II 2
RIver pirate ISO Dolien 3 n 2 62 1
HlBhlnnrtfr loll heilfern n 7 3i U i
M Itlrhnntmn107 H Ial 7 < l 4 481
Mn rmh W h 2 3V R KO 15
If
f n
Anrll Hiitiwirlllil n > r 4 1H n Ir
Illmiclf 101 OlIrlclII 4 7 15 fl
Mart BOOI Won drllnK Time 1B8 31
3
WEATHER FORECAST
>
Forecast for the thirtysix hours
rtg at 8 P M Saturday for
New York City and vicinity Fair
tonight fair and slightly warmer
Saturday fresh northwest to west
Minds
Sunday World Want Work
1 Mpnday Morning Wonder
SPECIAL EXTRA
LTO
TO TRY POLICE
WHO LET CRANK
SEE PRESIDENT
Police Commissioner Green this afternoon ordered charges
to be made against Capt Cortrell fetectiveSsrgeants Jol1
Becker Michael Rein and John McCauley and Patrolmen Lyncn
and Kennan for permitting the crank A B Deming to reach
President Roosevelt today at the Church of the Holy Commun
ion This was after he had conducted investigation which
lasted two hours Capt Cottrell made a report in which he
sought to place the blame upon Miss Skonberg the maid who
was in charge of the room where Deming waited The two pa
trolmen mcntiored were also stationed in that room and the
rleclivej2rfjeants were in the hallway citrh
lien Greene was no satisfied with lh report and ordered
Capt Cottrell and the men to trial next Tuesdav before Deputy
Commissioner ELstein
1
LATE WINNERS AT NEW ORLEANS
I Fifth Race Dutiful 1Soldier of Fortune 2 Ralph Yourj 3
FATHER CISRINOIOKELEAVESJIOSPITAL
The Rev Father Joseph Cimngione oftyVilliamsbricge wnD
was the victim of a kidnapping plot leftSt Vincents Hospital
thjs afternoon havmg obtained permission from Archbishop
Farley Where he went is not known the srrs cxpre3lnt ab
solute ignorance of his destination
MCLELLAN HOMEIK
MURPHYm TRI t
Wife of MayorEleot Selects
Residence in Stuyvesant
Square and Orders Are Given
for New Furnishings
The next Mayor of New York will be
a resident of the Eighteenth Assembly
District of which Charles F Murphy
ts leader Today Mrs George B Me
Clellan wife of the Mayorelect who
unknown to even hec men IntImate
friends has been in town to three doya
selected a residence in Stuyvesatu
Square
Whether Mrs MoClellan leased or
purchased the house Is not known
Orders for the complete refurnishing
of the Interior were given iby Mrs Mc
Clellan after the legal papers were
signed She then hurried uptown and
ordered from several dealers new furni
ture Much of the household furnish
ntfa of the Mayorelect which were In
use at his Washington residence have I
been ordered released from the ware
house where they have lain since Col
McClellan went abroad early last sprIng I
Col aicClellnn will reach New York
next neck and will top at the Murray
1111 Hotel pending the preparation of
ill Stuyvesant place home
SPAIN BREAKS
WITH VENEZUELA
La Guayra Trouble Reaches I
Critical Point and South Am
erican Consuls Notified that I
Exequaturs Are Withdrawn
WASHINGTON Nov 21Spaln has
taken the first step toward a breach
of relations witlk Venezuela The State
Department has been notified that the
former Government has withdrawn the
ejceauiturs of all Venezuelan Consuls
In Spain
It Is surmised that this action II
taken because of the Illtreatment ac
corded the Spanish Minister to Vene
zuela as a result of the Mexican
Venezuela arbitration and of the dis
respect shown the Spanish Consul at
La Guayra
ThT1 THINISEXPtORERS I
F
Mlmlonurr Give Poimllilp natlna I
tlon of llulilmrtl IRrt
irONTIinAL Nov IT Rev Frefl
8wlmllchurit a missionary at Mlwen
able Labrador writes tto the Montreal
Star jmVr date of Nov 24 saying that
ho Indians he has met nil think that
eonldas Hubard and Ills uarty are alive
and have puitied on to the Hudson Bay
poet at Nltchtkwan
If BO he will not bo heard from till
next June
r
KINQ Or1 pORTUGAL TO VISIT
OAPB TOWN Nov 17TDO King of
Portugal expiated to arrive atD
ages Day P rtugueii J Eut Africa In
March on a visit to the south African
colonies >
7jt oil
r
MRS KEMP1FREE
t WOOSJBSIDEHOUR
L
I w
J J fWh t t dIH K lv rbe
Decree < Performs Ceremony
Making HertheBrldeof HolDs
H Hunneyveli n
C
NEWPORT oy 5r u Mary F isa
belle Kemp the dtvarssrwlfaof Arthur
T Kempand HoiU H Ilumiowell w re
married at noon to Jay at Ihn Gfeer
cottage on Catherine street where ilrs
Kemp and herm 1lar Irs Fred Neil
son are stayjtj 7ht veremony win
erformea by Ajifcrfita 4ur Kdwiifl
C t > bollut fie suyiema Court of
Rhode IslanJ wha hinde town the
decree sp ialiij lit irl Mrs Jenp
flfty minutes iet
The decree wastlw rcsut of the heir
ing of Mrs Kemps petition last May
and was granted on the ground of
neglect to provide for
a period of one
year The decree was handed to Col
Samuel n Honey Mrs Kemps coun
sel and with It waa a statement of
Francis B Peckhsjn attorney for Mr
Kemp In which tie aaented to the
decree
Judge Dubols transacted some other
business and Just before noon went to
the Greer cottage where In the smoi
parlor he made Hunnowell and Mrs
Kemp husband and wife It Is Under
stood thatthe only witnesses were Mre
Neilson Ma Aa5is ot Cambridge
Jules B Neilson and Ir and sirs flg
bald C Vanderblltl the last named the
dater of the brIde
The ceromny which was purely civil
In form required only three minutes
Mrs Kemp worea morning gown of
dark cloth
This evening lIr and Mrs HUnneweU
will celebrate their marriage with a
dinner party at which a foe friend
In Udltlon to nemriii of ihc fiu iy
will be present
Mrs Kemp was Informed of the hand
ing down of her fterree Sy telephone
and she and Mr Hunnbwelf Were read
to meet Judge Ouboli upon his arrival
Mr Agassis had charge of the arrange
ments for Mr Hunnewell Mr Hunrre
well obtained a divorce from bis former
wlfo two years ago Since then she
has married John 6 Tooker who onue
lived with Mr Hunnawell and his
fun cp wife
a i
I
PIPERS CARRIAGE HITS CART
nmullillea lime Vehicle Commis
sioner Xot Present
A wagon owned by JC Fuller of I
No 411 Adelphl street Brooklyn and
which was being driven by G B
Hughes of No Ill Mulberry street col
lided with the carrlajra of Second Dep
uty Commissioner of Police Alexander
n Piper at Hester and Centre streets
today t A C
The carriage was In charge of Officer
Doyle at the time of the accident The
nogon was demolished but no one was
Injured Mr Piper was not In the car
riage
FAMILY OF FOUR POISONED
SiaterT In Death of Stan Jlla
Wife anti TITO Children
TIFFIN 0 NovttiThe entire trim
h of Frank Miller consisting of him
self wife and two children living near
Birmarck east of beret were myster
iously pinioned today ACI are dead
General Chan of Time on Penn =
sylrantn Railroad
C 4 n rl thinn Int e limo table of the
ltllna rival 1 iiallroai jafvsttm mill bt mad
iWt NoT ber JWi A new train tho
MIL ApidaT 1i > niLl Vr Nr rll
l i 8tTt 1B3 P a a Ur for Pltu
111Ir SJriloeSrrfiniM W11 i U maifc
ult UcktsXsnts
1 A > tM > rt X Lj o 1Iii
FEHINTEO
CIRl A SUICIDE
Pjotty Ethel Sumnor Impelled
by a Stranflo Despair Wooot
Doath Three Times Before Ho
Came
SHE ENDED HER LIFE
BY INHALING GAS
Recently Out of School She Had
Come to This City from Yon
kers Park Suffering from
Nervousness
IIII1e with a haunting despair that
the could neither explain nor sun
Dthe4 B Sumner tw ntythrc years
old a beautiful young fir ended her
Ute today In the homo of her brother
nth > Gklareon apartmenthouse at One
Hundred and Fortyflrit street and
Seventh ejcenue by Inhaling gas from a
tube ehe had tied Into her mouth It
wa tho third attempt at suicide the
young girl had made since the unex
plalnablo fear took possession of h r
and Oiled her formerly bright young
life with melancholy
Miss Sumnor lived atone with her wM
owed mother Inn beautiful house In
Tonkers Park until atew day ago
when the came to visit her brother over
Thanksflvln Until two years ago she
had been an ardent student winning
honors In both school and college Site
ira ot delicate frame and though her
close study did not seem to affect her
physically she suffered from A mental
nervousness that treatment failed to re
lieve
evTherefou
Therefore more than a year ago her
physician forbade her to continue her
studies as she had planned Shortly be
fore this time ht h4 adopted a COUTH
ot reading on melancholy subjects Ac >
cording to her mother abe seemed to bo
Inspired by a passion to read only that
class of poetry and prose that told of
distressand sorrow Hrlght and cheer
lul reading she cast aside
Miss Sumner had been all over Ito
world with her mother who thought
that travel and new sights would drive
the melancholy from her laughters
mind When they came to Yonkers
Park nine months ago the neighbors
noticed the peculiarity In Ethels man
ner
r About II oclock n he evening the
whole family wjht to bed The young
prearranged to deep on a couch In the
lbr ry of thlnatThlilIJIUe room Ii
beautifully furnished in the Oriental
styli the nails being hung with all
manner of atrange and weird looking
ellcs As her brother kissed her good
night the girl pointed to several hid
eous heads that stood out from the
wall and said I UK those head they
are so beautifully std They seem tor
tured with despair She followed this
with a bright laugh however and her
roth or forgot the strange sentence
Mr Sumner however had no soner
left the room than his sister carefully
shut every door leading Into the little
bary Then she piled up the pillows
on th couch After the had arranged it
carefuly she took the rubber tube from
a small gas lamp attached to a lamb on
a table bv the couch She carefully tied
handkerchief about the end of this
tube and stuffed it Into her moith which
It fitted like a gag
a
KIPP CHILD
JUSTICE ADVISES
After Eleven Years Search
James McKeon Finds Missing
Daughter Living in Stapleton
Staten Island
For the first time In his long Judi
cial career Justice Croak of the Staten
Island Court of Special Sessions ad
vised kidnapping today This advice
was given to James McKeon of No 52
Houseman street Qreenpoint who after
a searchof eleven years for his little
daughter Margaret discovered her liv
ing with the family of Joseph Casieo
In thex Italian quarter of Stapleton S I
The Italians refused to turn over the
child to him and the father went to
Justice Croak for advice The Justice
told McKeon that he had better kidnap
his daughter and In that way bring
the matter before the court as he would
undoubtedly he arrested Mr McKeon
v Ill try to kidnap tho little Kir on
Monday as she leavei 9Choo
Blayorv lal8 ago Mr McKeon his
wife nd twoyearold little girl were
living In Brooklyn After a quarrel with
hUt Kite the man left his home He I
returned In a few weeks but the mother
and child had disappeared Ever alnre
ho hall been searching for them in vain
A few weeks ago he learned that his
wife had died In the Italian quarter In
StApleton three years ago Then he
learned that his daughter was living
with the family of Joseph Cnueo a I
weJItodo Itnllan Mother and child
hid lIft with the Cuseos for many
roars Mr Casseo sjiys that little Mar
ram Is now an a dmituer to him and
that he will lIght her return to her
father with very means In his cowr
dk W t f
TWO Uf THE BUY
BANDITS SHOT
AND CAPTURED
4
Surrounded by 300 Armed Trainmen of the
Pennsylvania System They Offer a Bloody
Defense but Are Overpowered Wounded
by Heavy Charges from Shdtguns t
> f
ROECKI I THE THIRD OF THE 1
FUGITIVES MANAGED TO GET AWAY
I
Earlier ToDay They Had a Fierce Fight with
a Cordon of Police and Broke Through
After Mortally Wounding a Detective 1
TI1ThyKiIIed a Brakeman and St i
a Train but Were Run Down
CHICAGO Nov 27Aftera pitched battle in the sandpits
Toeston Ind sand heavers and sectionhands in the employ cfthePeftjl
sylvania Railfciail shot Van DIeD and NIsdernieier twQ PflWtfWtpi
young bandit gang of this city and captured thee The men weredis
armed pla dOlnsp ti train and taken Liverpool Indr Ree1dthc
third member of the party who shot Brakeman Favlo earlier in theS t
escaped after exchanging shots with the railroadmen Ttti i
The capture was the result of the telegrams sent along the Une bY
Chief Clerk Jones of the Pennsylvania system who ordered l16fiJ h
railroad men along the railroad line to cease their work arm themselves
and hunt for the bandits l i 211
t
The two members of the car barn gang who were eaughtaeid1to J
have been seriously injured being snot with heavy loads from the shotl
guns the railroad men cirried Van Dien wasshot the head t <
Three hundred men were in the party that captured the pair They p
oneof their fellow workers If theyf
are now after Roefki who killed one w they
him itis likely therewill be lynching t
HA D TWO BATTLES TOJJAY
Another furious battle had raged for hours earlier in the day between
a squad of detectives and the three boy bandits on the snowcovereli
prairie near Miller Station Ind c
Two detectives were wounded one mortally and a brakmanvho was
was defending his train on which the bandits escaped was killed
The fugitivesHarvey Van dine Peter Neidemeier and supposed I
ly Emil Roecki were located in a dugout or hunters hut about two
miles from Miller Station The bandits selected the spot as fitted forrfa
strong defense t i
The detectives having tracked them through the snow were fired <
upon as they approached and in hebatt following two ftt1 mJe iJ
The police took shelter behind a railroad embankment and the firing >
becoming general a train having been flagged to remove the wounded ftiK <
Chicago some of the detectives withdrew to place the injured oneri
IIi
aboard 1
i 1
THEY KILL A BRAKEMAN I
This opportunity was seized upon by the fugitives who rarrfron f tjfe t t
dugout and succeeded in boarding a Pennsylvania ht trainat < E t t
Tolleston Ind In forcing their passage as far as Liverpool IndJjiJ <
brakeman T J Favio was shot dead 1ftS Yf f
At Liverpool the bandits jumped from the train znd ran towardthe Y f
Michigan Central tracks while the officials of the Pennsylvania L system lI
sent a special train in pursuit ana organized a wnoiesaie mint tor toe
desperadoes throughout Northern Indiana
HURT
DETECTIVE MORTALLY I
About the time that reports of the supposed escape ttlJe bandits
were received the train bearing Detectives Joseph B Drlscoll shot In the t
stomach and mortally wounded and Sergeant Detective Matthew Zlmmer j 1
brother of Alderman Zlmmer shot In the head and arm arrived in Chi
cago at tho Urnnd Central Station
Ambulances were in readiness and Detective Drlaeoll was token t6 t
Mercy Hospital He was unconscious and it was said that ho could tot
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live
Dotectlve Zlnuner was taken to his home His arm was broken and
Ills heRd tlcedhiB It was said that he will live t
ASTONISHING CONFESSION OF CRIME J r7
The most astonishing story of crime or youthful depravtii ever AoltTjIi
I that revealed In the confession made public today by Qustave Marxi l e
held and robbed and murderedMs
tolls how he and his three young pals up
victims for revenue N t
The amazing iiirt of thn story told by Marx lithe fact tha ttft t F
four young desperadoes nrt tons of decent parents The youths uzt tkT
few months ago had only their schoolboy experience and yet snrUi fJ
deliberately set out to be highwaymen they have murdered fribb1t1
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