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The evening world. (New York, N.Y.) 1887-1931, March 15, 1905, Evening Edition, Image 1

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IN A GK
Dte Unconscious as Driver
Carried the Couple to a
Police Station
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Dined Together and Planned to
Visit Theatre but Woman
I j W Overcome by Liquor
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MAN REVIVING IS SET FREE
Started to Find a Hotel When He
Tooi Succumbed Frlflhtoned
I pjachman Hurried for Help
1 Lashed by an exclcJ coachman Inlt
eottc with foam two horses draWlnjg
hack and both far spent galloped up
the Gates nvenid police itatlon at 645
A ilt The coachman sprang from his
box ind yelledi
Pollqel pome oulcU
rpllcemen ilatned < frqut the station
house and ptireilfJntO theycarriiMe
Lylnr bicjt onfiUte wi t k handi
lDe 4r tI ll trA rmi ollieou
atate r lnhliornislny awomnn
The police seized the woinaniandiHfed
her from the cab She was carried Into
the ataUonhouSej nna Mere itivwh
ae nthW hIIII dradi Th man was
then brought Into the Btatlonhoiuc
JIa was stupid from drink and couIC
not pe a k
Quick Action Bavef Min
I Dr Wilson was called frpm Buihwltk
Hospital and administering anti
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dotes brought the m a nto oonsclouiness
rthelwnanthe physician said woj
1 beyond > Jiope
j t Questioned by the police the coach
1 tniin mid that he wa David Oow em
1 ployed 9dr ver by Charles K Bpreck
lan > a liyerymart of No M2 Throop
avenue Tho man said that he was
Thomas Deegaii thirty a broker with
offices In Manhattan and Hying at N4
423 Monroe street Brooklyn He said
ihat the woman was Mary Sayugo
thirty years old who lived 1 lhhcr
mother > at Np OO2De Kalb avenue
Brooklyn
Ohocked at Companona Death
I lieegah was shocked when told that
I hla companion waa dead and that lie
would be held a prisoner pending an
investigation s
I 1 caht imagine what killed her he
laid I wont to her house for her lut
1 l ll f and together we went to saloon
at Thropp and Myrtle avenues there
e had several drinks und Miss Savage
fcecame weak and apparently 111 ldo
not think she had enough drink to have
r Intoxicated her Thinking to get her
home I called a Carriage and put her
Into It That IltheluIOI1I1 remem
rfcerM
1 Deeoan Telia Hla Story
Later In the morning after Deegan
had islcpt he made this 1 itatemcat
an vprilng World Teporter
Mamie Savage and I were good
friend Shewl1Ia married woman
but had been separated from her bus
band for jive yean and went by her
maiden name I saw her several nlghtp
ago and Invited her to go tutho iheatrk
with m0111t night She accepted ana
I called at her home to get her
Wlieh we loft the house I sUBBostod
that we go ton restaurant and get din
jiiii4 Wo WtM to Bradys restaurant on
Ue Kalb aVenUe ojidlmd something to
cut AVV sut there quite a while and
It 18 long nher 8 oclock when we
Iliilslud I told Mamie to hurry up It
Ko were going to tho theatre but she
I Contlnuod on Third Pane
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1 i
1 7 KlirQpatkin
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I h da chance to win astra
Kglcal position by force df
I arms but lost
S517J
nien women boys and girls
were offered chances to win
1 good positions last > week
through
rtlr lominft World Help Wants
JI Won
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FIERCE DASH
ON TIE PASS
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Driyetf Back in Hard t
ing Leaving 0yer One
Thousand Dead
KUROPAIKlttS REPORT
Czars Preparations for War
Go dinPeace jPpllcy Bo
ingDeemed Stiameful
GRAND DUKE TO LEAD ARMr
NlcholalevltcV Q oaen a New Com
manoer wlthQen Soukhomilnoff
aa Chle of Staff
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KuropAtkln In a despatchdated March
If says
UK fierce Japanese attack on the cen
tre of our positions at the Faij river
about thirteen miles south of Ti PMS
has teen repulsed
Jloro than a thousand corpses re
main in frojjt of our position
Peace Would Ber Shameful
The question of peace still oDSTOsses
public attention but the attitude of the
Government apparently rcmalni firm
Mlhlstw of Rsllroada Hllkort In ah
Interview declared he personally would
Welcome btotItiwaa difficultip
see lioW It w possible Toendthe I
war under the present circumstances
would be shamolul i 1
Ai peace which would urfendw Riisi
1aspo1lt1onln tile Ear Jj1 st after the
aacrlflccs ofblood aijd treasure made to
attain H ondvholi wfiujoi Invpty i1 i
complete logs pf Ruisjai pre tlff
throughout the Wfrldvwoulditift f olly v
it WM better 16 go onn ntWjpThe
coUrAry would neVW biVbYaten Whli
> n tW was Inthe t dldntli
tert tend uranc ula < rtlourc ot
mcnand money must rovnlrj I
piiaiter NoV 8p Bad
There lied been no relaxation jn iio
ureinnjtlons to prosecute Vhe warlie
Prince JIIItonwlllnow gettln f
ready to go to Siberia and personally
superintend the Improvement oal
doubletracking of the line
The Prince expressed1 th6 hdpe that
the dlMiter thearmy vraij not no
bad M represented abroad He had
received a business telegram from
Kiiropatkin yesterday which indi
cated that tho CommaiiderlnChJef
was calm and haijdllng railroad
situation skilfully
Personally e Prince was surprised
that Kuropatkln allowed himselfto br
drawn Into a general engagement at
Mukden as he know the Japanese were
In superior numbers by 75000 men be
tides the Runlans had Chinese under
gulie of bandits reckon with
1 Big Military Feat
The fact that Kuropatklri able
to eyacuatethe place with ro oo men
Bounded and extricate his army from
the meshes otthe net eet by Field
Marshal Oyamo eyen wjth heavy cost
In men and munitions wan In the i
PHncea opinion a military teat of
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tlfc flrst order J
Prince Hllkoft Mid the work of the
Boullgan Commission wu very pompll
nattfd but Itiwas bolng pitssed ana no
Ooubt IthorUy would take tomlAny
thlfifr In Ui nature of Zemaky Sobor
wnimrraotlcablo i i
A councilMoorttiining representatives
ofthe vnrjou Cloisos the nobles cler
gy peaimntry ohd burgherB upon a per
cent bfidlk JIIOrd rloayolc2ul1d a
Wilght In the easelof a single class
wuilthe most feaslbio plan the non
I il SuirvMVjnci wltHtnersxfoptlon ot
fnlAnd whloh bocupUda position apart
ut viiUuucl WU Ltrtiilij humlef n A
wholb
Nlchoalevltch Choien
It Is now definitely stated that 12m
pjroi Nicholas has approved the de
Ulslon of the Council 6 l War to send
Qnjnd Duke Nicholas Nlcholalevltch to
replftco Qon KuropatUln uthe best
Bieajis of putting u stop to the In
trigues ant jealousies enrrioflg the
Runcruls of tlie army l1oUiatBt
Petersburg ana at tne iront Qen
tioulthumliiiolC wlllbeChletot Staff
While no further despatches havo
been received from thu ircwit to allow
whether the renewal of the lighting
yesterday as continued tocny them
IV Ill 0 p persistent rripavt on the Bourau
that LieutGen Llnevltoh has achiev
ed notable success against Uen Mog
cutting off and surrounding two divisions
which wore marching north to thawesi
of Tie Pass with the view of engaging
In u now turning iiovunitml
Tho light yo3torday Indicates that
Field Marshal Oyoma Is determined to
pursuti the llimsliins the bitter end
Americans Off for Japan
TOK10 March 15Wie American lit
todies Capt J V Judion an < JUol V
Uaivarcl und British ataclie Capt
C J Alrw who were with the RIU
slan army and who were captured
the baMle of Mukden left Mao Yang
for Japan today
Tho American steamer Taooma waa
seised by the Japlnwo guardshlp yes
terday Marvsh 14
TliOKOvornnientil asslgn L auartera
tO43MO nunslan prls 0 4 urcd In
th4 rocont battle of Kiu J 1ll1u
will bo distributed throuv vi twenty
garrison towns the lantesv i mbor
I jtolnif to Knnnsawa Kumnmoto Aklt I
Sandal Fushlml NagpyaKurums ami
FukuOIII
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NEW TURF BODY
GETS lATONIA
Court Decision Just RenderedIs
in Favor of W E Applcgate
Who Is Affiliated with Ameri
can Association
RESULTS AT CITY PARK
fIRST RAbE Llbaion 4to 5 1
Grenada 9 to 8 2 Ste e Lano 3
SECOND E4i1jf l ylIto
2 > li atlonal q12 to ij2t Brysn 3
HJJ iA l + f mliriI8t H
11Lolpll O 1 Jl
FQU Tnlll4 pfe Mary iWorth 8
to i i Pitrt4iyi 6aoH2 rlldl
Lleb3 I J
FIFTH nACEr igh Wfiid jr to
101OraVlvi hi idlf 2 Rbst
qrid3 j
Smlt N iinl lr wiorUV
crrr PARK New Otlean Laj
March 15 The traanagenwnt of ttiij
Cty Pfrrk track tdday had brought ttf
them another coM eawtorhlb
afclrlti ThJI i etd dtneisage received
ceived iby Co Vy B j Apcjeffoite to the
effect Jhat1 the Courts In Kentucky iave
ju t rendered a decision In Ajplentes
tiilt a8alnstvJuds > erkns fpr < he con
trol of the Iatonla tVait near Cincin
nati nnd that tho flndtiijs op every
point In case were ln tplegafes
favor ihts means that I > tonli will
now be ohe of the tiaCJ8 ort > new
circuit It glrenffthens that body > ma
terhlly and at the same 41111tw eaUns
thb forces of Ihe Western Jockey
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ClubFIns
Fins TRACE For maldtn twoyearold
colt and Ksldlnm four turlo IDelilri
StirtcM JocU WhtiSt PI flh
Btarlrr Njeol JIB OtlO
OmnaJia McUu hlln 115 010
Stev Lan Ji HtnntMyUB 8 8 85
Mihur Htnry Mom Marimba Prlnc
Oltnn Lltbtr Gore Vot RI Fllmntp and
Qrov Centra allo ran
BKCOND nACE Stllinii for thresyftr
old furfon
1I UIAA
Starte JOCkl8 WlltSt l 1111
Bha il2
Mational 8emterlD212 8 6t
DIYan fvAnd riona01 12 B 62
Red Ruler Oti pto By Pity iOrasmln
LonK Dayi Mrs Bob Cincinnati Enquirer
Kathrrn and Vri < le Wlttitrs alia ran
THIRD nACE Stlllnri for fouryew
oldi aad up seven furlt Kt
DI t tlDJI
Starters Jockeys Wt Btr PI Sh
faxman Foy 101 8 2 l
LeeSnowNlcol00 10 J
A Convict Osnnon 103 82 85 710
Prlnc Hlchnul June Cnlflni Plul Whiley
Poitraan Ellin Dillon Norman Holt Bodul
Twemlow Drown Monarch Vlntle dOr and
a Ctiatxrone alOtlln
roURTH RACEBtllnKl for fouryear
olai and upward men turlonDeUlnl
etarten Jockey Wnti Ft DeUlnl PI 5h
Mary Worth RoroanelH 101 8B JB
IIIOINlcolll1 0 2 I
Una Lleb Orelar liS 8 112
Pierce Jw Je npr yieruUithti Out Hem
j wk Add tilth Honda ponltln Royal De
liver Hermitage and Prince Reel J3 ran
FIFTH niCE ior fouryf rflM AM up
wardloue mle
DIIUnl
Btarteri Jockeys mt at PI 8h
HUh Wind Cannon loa 710
Oro Viva 1RommnellHl07 T 83
loism nrtEUotrlson 111 08 M
Mlsienmait alio ran
HOT SPRINGS FINISHES
FIRST RACEAvlston 4 to 5 il
TacltY Queen 17 to 2 2 America II
4 to 1 < TTlme < M935
SRCOND llACKBelllKerent i to 1
iMassa7 to J 2 All Ulack flS to 1 3
Timp 107 SJ
THIRD HAOECol Preston t8 to 1
1 Parne 11 to 6 2 Clovis 17 to S 3
Tlme14 3B
FOURTH RACEWlld IrUhman 19
to 10 won Angleta 7 to 2 seoond
Pay Llizette 9 to I third Tlme
liS 25 <
0
ASCOT WINNERS
FIRSTRACEMr Reind 0 to B 1
ITMrtsunnr to If 5 Trsaloluj 1 10
1 8
Trr riraVCara forAithma It often re
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POOR CUSS OF
HOiES RACE
Fields Were Evenly Balanced
However < at Crescent City
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Traic and Fair Article of
Spprl Was Expected I
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CRESdENrCiTY WINNERS
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FIRST rlXcE BuMflnch 25 to1
1 Frant iet et6 1 2 McWIIMama
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SECOND RACE Whprlfr 7 to
1 Irilil t F 1 eh
aunIf f 1 0 h
1 1 r I i 1
7 TH IRD M 8H e 7to2
1 IMriiilet Y1tO22 Mlnllpino
i > > f >
FOURTH < NACE Spencerian 8 to
9 1 Old Storte 0 tcr6 2 Duke of
KeridiivSi v > ll
FIFTH WXCEMal9dlcton 8 to
Jf Billy Wa k i 1I2J2Court
r r a 2
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V SsKlslWTne BvHrtn w rsd
CRE3CPNTCJTX T9ACK W01
LEANS Lai March 15Kyenly bal
a iied f1 ldslntt toth8Vost lnpie tilt
teen evehts vat tiie resyent City
JoclteyjbluVairack his afterhoon A
majority of tha ovcpUwcre made to suit
ho poorer olass off horses
fh trnckww faskand winners looked
hard to plik t I WfyMimi fcvent wiis a
mlevnd a lturoltF Mndleap tar tHree
iytorplils and upwam
AtftBaW n iho paddockpreYlous to
the racca rtMi nUre Btablo of U jBauer
was fyijiosifdjiSf i j
s yet ojjci iditlonshavei been an
noUrtced tor11 ext week and J horsemen
area much lathe dark as the public
whether thero Will lIe1 continuation
of the raolag ntthe KalrOrounds
FinST iHACB 8 lllnt for fottry rid
tnd IIPmIl4 and ailiteenth
netllnl
BUrtera Jocktyi W tlb1 llllIh
Duilf Inch Ii Murrhy 87 M 10 Iii
Frank niei atarnui U 2 1
JloWlllfami Vi IWbbfii lOG B5 T10
lurktlmtn Uniro Extol Uen Uebhul 8L
Danlil < K ort Nan Don and Mliinthrop
Uo rill V
SECOND i RACK Vat fourjreiroMs
up mil and a ilxtNnth
ro i DeltlllA
Sturtirs Jecktyi WIlts II pj Bh >
Whol1erIJuarlln 111 T10 1
DAliJnmn 0 iWV HlckiUD 85710
Shoruil f 1 111IM 11110 20 III
Nirtrmur H u Ui DlDlom White
Ohoit Bean Rornl Arra ulio ran
THIRD JUCKI S lllnK fourmroldi nd
UPI oat rail uitl i iUte nth
Bettln
BUirterf Jotktvi Wlti Bl PI Sh
HomuleILi Hhllflni loa ti oB
MM Bitt LVVmirailoI T5 05
Uilniprlnc v Rtot lOG 885
l i Jr Fioril ii 111 AUddln Trillin
Bh o4y Ltt Kin r Avoid Mali Hanlon and
AlllndijaTio run
FOURTH RACE lUnaicip tour aroJh
and upwirdl on mllejiid tn elihth
Blartare J CkfoWhilii IIPI I8h
Sptncerlta nibblni 108 oiI
Old 8tonfJ Martin IW 85 12
D ot nd IAubuohgn 101 0 S
Orellqr K anil Oecrat Vivian a lorarr
KIFtH RACBSflllniJ colts ud Jleldll1lll i
icvtb furlonu
Starters Jockeys Wt BetUn 118h
Maledlctlonp1 Robtrtt 0d 11
IIlIIy Waite I Hliaver 09 7a UB
Court CrlrV Heniimy tut 20 8 4
Old Hal Henlim winnlfnd LA nod
crick Dim Orand Champion ind Darker alto
ran
INDICTMENTS IN
STRIKE CASES
CharlM Ai Gardner counsel for the
InterboroitRh Kapkl Tranalt Company
John I Milntyro and several private
ietuctiv were wltneisei before the
Orancl Jury today In cases afilnst cer
tain venniia whii woro lustrumeixtKl In
iuterfLrtni with the opemon of L
and Subway trains during the recent
Itrllce It s rvported that there are
elfrhtecn wmplalntSln all
NMiethnr the evidence strong enough
to warrant Indictment will not uo
known untU the Grand Jury renders IU
rerort SectlinBSS of ttie Penal Code
provlavafor purunhmcnt for Interferoace
with public traffic
A UOLfKltS TOtm
rorinohur i Maroti ai via ItnnirlvanU
I lulroad lute U2 Includes thret dirt
board it ih Carolina Tickets pood for
elihttim Aayt Orsnd North aa4 South I
eblUll lonaMp Iun m lItIo ltlnerAl7
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THEIR FIRST GAME
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t ellsHpwNew York Americans igjured
Againsi Montgomcrys in Opening 1
ll i Contest I otbpttng Train I I I
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t h oi ratballot aj91nl
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1t1 l1ol jl tf 1q1c POr
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Mt 1 i b cli 8 r
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nrlID1IWLm c tpq fu ve tieen
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eo1Jhl 4 tIi t iiplf lJR ljll 11
8tA dJI1I1MsOraW talornr a ttdli
recentInfection U of iltt Importance
Griffith 1beeVjs t9 the icohtratyi Jack
Powell who arrived this rhonimsv aJeo
ktbeJew chrve overrated < tiut
other pltihyr beUevYllt the rojpda
and tji Pa bojja 1de1lHY Utiouiiit
SoioO off above tlje1 noise andJMtr
oItementatte al1t tJ n Mit lllIIe
couldb heart expre l nilot 6Urloa >
ity and fear iill due to the i > it bftUl
Ths grouwU wepejlh tlpt6pcondition
and nothing Was Incklngtrom Griffiths
atahdipolivtjto niake aihufe uccess bqi
anxlet 011 tohIHl T J IthpIn11I
feature of his training Ho belleven If
theHI I ai l a sl Ik e irilld
they can wln out Tltll Jlontsomery
etartwlrler jw therc lo imakejhe New
Yorker ikiofci foiolisn I
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PJay balll
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Nice work this rip it looked like old
times Young Clarkson wus there ylth
tho spit boil anil dissolved throe over
VTRftlNSftVED
BY THREE FEET
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New Motorman Fails to See
Signals a dComes Near
1 Taking Cars Filled with Pas
sengers Througii Draw
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A northbound ilL tnlrieecaped co
ing Into the Harlem Blver through
the Second avenue drawbridge by n
margin of three feet this afternoon
The train was in charge of a new mo
torman and wai moving slowly else
there would hive been a frlchtful accl
dnt
The motornran tallnl to notice the
signals set agalhat him and hla tmln
was swfnglng around the curye Reading
< b thei bridge before Ji 1 oaw the draw
WIlSwen He shut off thi power and
applied the airbrakes
Then he Jumped out of the motor box
opened the front door nnd leaped over
the gate to qhetrocikUe started
south rind < haa not been seen since
The front platform of the first ear
wo1 almoHt over the water when the
train stopped Ily the time another
motorman was secured tho road was
blocked
NEW YORKERS APPOINTED
WASHINGTON March 15The Presl
dent today sent to tho Senate the fol
lowing nomination Second Secretary
of Embassy Francis 0 London New
York at Vienna Third Secretary of
EmbassyNelson OShaughnesiy New
fork at Berlin > nsulJesse B Jack
IOn Ohio at Alexandrotta Turkey
Attorney John W DunkU Western
district of Pennsylvania
TlirevUBjr ValluasuD 1our
via Peniuvlvanft lUllrotd Usrch p vlntlnr
chit renlllIn ntuOIt at tl1 National CIIpt
tal Ral to con nlf necINU1 P lI
II6 to taJ UoI
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New York i Wontgomery
Conrojrj 3b MliMwarthiof
FUll I ofi Shannon
> pWai Hunwarit Sb
iWJlllanw 2bt nrbutheFsSb
Anderson ib t Gardner If
ottn It QII 1t J
HOIYCfott 119 r Jr I j 1
IDult n OU en
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Ciarkson p
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t patsthat Mplvu f vv > lr t
yimnnonWonU ua ttjMiiUmlB ty
sudden A1 ddublatoiaytrtffftchwurtfeg
rat lYeager to Vllilam to Auu rjou
NOHWttM d > Fo T
Conroy out on a grounder to Bhaii
non t Fulta bunted andtiteit the ball
to rtrsl Veager walkednnJHVIIllanis
alnAleijSanr Fulls and Veager home
AW rwn wa cut i ot tlt at mstr Orlb
putyonj a ny to Baker TWO BUNjB i
f t JIJLi ebr Inning
iBrouthn hHt < i Yfiageri nd iwaa put
at firstK OftMner lamm d afcly past
third QIlDflrt ithe Tenneiwe ilant
Wgrter than j Oy Younfc atrucH oit and
ufrcauftt aardner a llecond NO
R iond
Holytrqw deil ifrom Broufterj to
0 Unandi Mi did jDuff jClarkron QUIt
fJ warta aker OiRUNp
il third fIMlng i
l3olr loul Clarlwbn to And rr l
0 Ir1en died fromConroy Andersofl
and Urandt ptruck out No run
k Shannon muffed Conrov pop fly
Fult rilniie tt1It1IWW to third
aai the batter took second on the throw
to third lep sharp sin jlo brought
Conroy tind JMlta tiome WillIAms Tilt
safely Anderfon out Svhwnrti w
Baker Orth Jlled SehWArU Holy
croBj out on A fom fly to QBrlon l
Twovruns
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BRODIELpKE
SOEO BY WIFE
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Shq Seeks Legal Separation
and Charges Abandonment
Summons to Be Served by
Publication
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Alice Webb Duke began a suit for
separation from Brodle U Duke thlj
afternoon andgot an order from Justice
ppwllnR through Abtaham lVYlerv
Ing the summons and complaint upon
him by publication aa he Is outside
the State I
Mrs Duke allege abandonment and
nonsupporti and says 1ier husband is
living under an aseutned name at the
Hotel Marlborough Anbury Pork
GIRL CHARGED WITH
PASSING BAD CHECK
Amsterdam Avenne Merohnut Say
Acctucd JlouBht Raincoat with
Vorllc Order on Dank
Miss Carolina Morrison twentytwo
years old of No Bl West Ninetysec
and fltrcet was arrested this afternoon
by Detective McMumu of the West
One Hundredth street station on n
charge qf passing worthies checks
The complainant Is Paul T Werblin
who hllJlo drygoods store at No 681
Amsterdam avenue He told the police
that Miss Morrison this morning pur
chased raincoat and In payment for
It gavo what purported1 to bo a certi
fied check on the Colonial Dank at
Ninetysecond street and Amsterdam
avenue for f > She was given V
change ap ri I alterations be
Inl nee ol 1 u i < M
Werblt sold Kf suspJ
clous and went to
saysiho wag told nr
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