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r c 4ii r TWO1IR1DAY JThMNG FflBRTTAEY W i 9O6
FtkHOGAVE
I BAD COINS COOL
t IBffORf JUDGE
Pretty Francesca Gig
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< gles at SecretService
t f Mens Story
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WATCHED HER LONG
YerQnty j Got One Bogus
Dollar They Can Swear
1 Was in Her Hands
titLINE OF THE DEFENSE
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f Lawyer Will Insist She Did Not
i 1 Know1 Fathers Business and Is
t I y Innocent of Wrongdoing
JTranoesca Angelono eighteen years
I rofd of No 173 Hopkins street Brook
i 1P wasarraigned before United States
tr Commlsslpner Shields this afternoon i
il accused of having passed spurious all
vcr dollars made by her father The
father Giovanni It Is alleged made a
I litlog for years by manufacturing bad
I coins gold and silver And the girl
passed them AS a Jeweller he was
I once employed by Tiffany but he for
sook honest ways of earning a living
luis on as his eldest girl the prisoner
became old enough to pass bad money
f without attracting attention That was
fen years ago The farther began on
nO gold pieces that bod the color the
ring and the weight He was cautious
< and It was perhaps three years before
I the Secret Service men got onto the
troll The child was arrested tried
I and convicted but t > ec use of her youth
r Judge Thomas suspended the sentence
Ot five years that he had Imposed
Hid Their Tracks Well
I FrOm that day until Wednesday
l fZafther and daughter bae been watched
I Jhp the Secret Service men
I J The ffirl Is a typical Italian beauty
black hair rounded face with a djmplc
Aon each cheek and one in her chin Her
tlI4dn Is oUve In hue and her Dorm well
rpOnded She was as cool as though sit
j ie tine in her own homo She wore a black
gown and a black coat a dark Inex
pensive hat and carried a fur muff
o < k Commissioner Shields alluding to the
test tlmeibaV the girt was in court
asked
Havent you been here before
I dont remember the girl an
I i ewercil and she trailed showing a set
Y Of pearfy teeth
f Barnet Meyer a shoemaker at No 2K
BIcecker street was the flrst witness
He eald the girl bought a pair of chil
drens shoes on Feb 5
lShe gave me a dollar and I gave
< her Scents change witness said She
Bald she would not take the shoes tben
When she left Agent James went In and
took the dollar
I stood at the window Afent James
aid and I saw the girl hand over the
dollar I took It nnd saw at once that
It was the do crest counterfeit I had
t ever seem It Is not 900 fine silver It Is
about TOO fine
Agent J J Henry said that he had
first wutclwd the Klrl six veirs a < o
This time he started after her on Jai
l and kept watch of her every day
During all this evidence Trarcesco was
r amused and kept prompting her laaycr
J M times when the asent appeared flus
tered the girl would giggle
Chlef Flynn followed Henry on the
stand Hwldlng all the counterfeits that
lie had captured In the raid on the
HopWos street place
Chief Flynn fUd moulds were bal < lm
In the oven wlmn he entered the An
eelcml houn Thc clrl was nit thiie
j t How do you know these are counter
feits vms asked of Chief Flynn
< Btcaufe It Is moulded arrj the Gov
4 ernment stamp Its coins
Commissioner Shlods warted counsel
I to put his client on the stand and show
lade of Intent but the lawyer reft led
anJ the case was adjourned until
Feb 15
Bnfl for the girl was flxe1 at JJ W
and she was tnltn bnok to the Toniiu
After the hearing the girl was taken
Into Marshal Hlnkels office and with
the permission of her counsel for the
first limo totd her side of the story
i The Girls Statement
fIt my father Is a ertirtrfi tier she
Olid 1 do not know anything about It
I I never saw him ninke bad money I
tlr have seen him use those moulds to melt
I metal for Jewelry Vhen I wns arrested
before I was a 1ttle girl My father
0 gave me a JlOgold piece ami told me
> to buy some groceries and to bring him
back the ernnse The man had me ar
rested nnd my father wnu arrested
r i too I was discharged so was he To
I get my freedom they made me ely I
know the cold piece was bad but I
didnt know It Just the same
I will tell lust how I happened to
pass the bad dollar this time When I
came home on the night of Feb 5 the
day before we moved to Brooklyn I
saw my little sinter was almost bare
footed The dollar was on the table
jand I took It to buy her ehocs with
Then I went to other stores and pot
cheap nockwear 1 hnd no knowledge
borne
baa I should
j < < edge the dollar was
lhave been afraid to try to pass a bad
rtJlor after having once bee mirrssteJ
How could I tell that the dollar wai
bad My lawyer says even banks were
fooled by U
ELECTRIC MULE MEN
ACCUSED BY BANKER
CINCINNATI Felt Sensational
t i chsrges are made In a lIull AleJ In tte
i tJnJted States Circuit Court toda by
r > attorney foi Rudolph Kleybolte a Cln
jLv cllrttltl banker aeckng an Investigation
of the Miami and Erie Transportation
Coropoiy known as the Electric
MUe
The charge Is that financiers ul
> tdlevelsnd whose names are mentioned
defendants IIi iL U 1 000000 In bonds
mvX JJl VM In utocK Cit the sole
ii Itrel1tll at tlCOu paidup capital stock
in Uutt company and Unit tncee stocks
and bonds being placed on the market
WMU token in good faith by hundreds
t ot Inrocunt Investors in Cincinnati and
elsewhere
TlisUufonclants wto ore thus accused
iif i W R amspreclit Moses J Madel
laWn and LIIJGIolrt VouO said to be
fiurtlcirs as M J Man ellr1um Co
Sdwnrd J Tiiiotsoa n c nouKenrtd
< George M Chandler Henry W Wing
H fruit H Wilson Edward W Moore
eary A Everett Fred T Pooeroy
1111 A IeM111U1 John > Harper
utl fI laNeG ohni k Will
crMt3 aad oIin lit t
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CROWDS FLOCK TO SEE
MISS ROOSEVELT WED
+ s
Many Society Leaders in the National Capital
Final Preparations Made
for the Ceremony
Continued from Firat Page
Whlto Housn are to give Mr Long
worth and his ushers a dinner tonight
at the Alibi Club and Senator and Miss
Koan of New Jersey will have a largo
dinner party in honor of outoftown
I
guests at the wejdlnz
WeilKnown Quest Arrive
Among the wellknown persons who
arrived last night or today to witness
the ceronony are the following
Mrs Morgan Dlx Robert Gillette A
II Chatfleld J A Boylen TV A
Stuart nqbort Winsor E M McIlvaln
Clarence Moore R Fulton Cutting
John B Roosevelt E P Saltonstall
W Bayard Cutting Paul Morton D C
I Anderson Francis Peabody of Eng
I land Cornelius Vanderbllt E W Pier
I son H H Hulowell E H Harriman
I Thomas Ncnbold Mrs Francis W Lee
Mss Harriet Lee Admiral Ludlow E
Reeve Merritt Cornelius Bliss Jr E W
Oileby W W Hoppln C H Clark
Nathaniel Thayer Mr and Mrs Chas
Emory Smith Wade H Ellis F H
Mlllara Wind wife J A Young and wife
R JIlltonslall and wife Ed Bran
dergee and wife Mr and Mrs Kllbour
Quincy Adams Shaw Jr J S Shep
herd Oscar S Strauss and wife La
Fayette Young and wife Walter Dene
gere and wife Andrew Miller and wife
F Sklddey von Steade Arthur Wood
Messrs Robertson and Terry R L
Montgomery and wife Wilbur Kyle and
wife George H Ingalls Julian Codmon
Blair Painter William Wlnthrop Mrs
Gaston M F Bradley and wife James i
C Russell Mrs Henry Jackson John
A Hanoe and wife Mrs Katherine Gil
lette Hill and Samuel L Powers
Others as well known will reach Wash
ington on this evenings trains from
New York and PhlladelDhlo Several
privatecar parties ore due by tonight
New Brides Flock to Town
Judging solely by appearances half
the bridas In the country have come tc
town to be on hand when the first young
lady of the land Joins their ranks
Washington always a hire for honey
mooners probably never before shel
tered so many dovellke newlyweds as it
does today All over the country girls
about to bo married fixed the dates ec
that they might be here when the Prin I
cess Alice married I
Theyre hero Father Abraham two
thousand strong or more You see them i
holding hands with Waiter In the cozy
corners of the hotel lobbies when the
orchestras play of an evening or gazing I
Into dear old Clarences eyes In the
gallery of the Senate while debate is i
Going on below Pennsylvania avenue I
Is all cluttered up with the darkblue
urn oiling gowns and the fur toques that
form the sartorial spinal column as It
were of every wellregulated trousseau I
this winter
Gifts from Booker T
And how the presents are pouring Into
he Whlto House today What went
before was hardly a patch to this It ISI
believed that at least three hundred
nuro gifts will be received betore to I
morrow morning Much Ihterest U felt
in tne gifts Irma tne Vonderbllts urn I
Uoeiets and omur wealthy New YorK
lemons wnlcn are not yet recorded 1
Noooay knows yi what tne ushers ar
10 gIve or vn the King of England
lies sent It is supposed that the bride
Brooms gifts to his attendants will take
me torm of very Handsome scarfplns I
Although yoU cant tell for sure It Is
MId that Booker T Washington and his I
family have united In a gift to Miss
Koobevelt and that the faculty and I
pupil ol Tuskegeb Institute are sending
something appropriate too
rite work or nuisrung the decorations
Is being rushed today In the scheme
01 > < xiraioii > of tiio east waig of the
WhIte House he florists have emploYed I
75u Easter lilies 5uo American BeautsrI
rose TOO bride roses several thousand
smaller roses miles of smilax and as i
paragus ferns and potted olants In thuu
svnl Tlc 1rtdes bouquet li of white
oreW It was nude today
Here Are tho Best Presents
A Low CIO U iriuuas of he Itoonevelt
and iunwoah famines are being al
loned to louk at the gifts ut the Uxocu
tive Mansion today since the > will not
ue on display tomorrow at the wedding I
Here U a list of the more costly and
the ml rea Interesting gifts gtIY have
come to date I
liotlvlan Minister CalderonImmense
lloial horseshoe of white roses with
orchids simulating the nails
Ned McLean son of John R McLean
of Cincinnati Diamond brooch
The Taft party Necklace and pendan
of Kiuamarlnes and diamond
There are eighteen large diamonds
and 120 mall ones In this gift alone
It was sent In a solid oliver Jewel case
Ohio lends of the bridegroomfill
ver punchbowl weighing fifty pounds I
Ohio RlionSI1er loving CUD
fi p
very masahp
A Waihlncton womanPicture hat of
Inre costing JXCO
Pr sId < Mit and Mrs Roosevelt Cherk
I for JldXiO und a pendant of emeralds
and diamonds
Daughters of the Emnlre State of
Now York Two gold badges
House Committee on Foreign Affaire
Loving cup of silver and Fold
I King of Italy Beautiful mosaic
table
I Brazilian Minister and Mme Nabuco
i rloers
Bachelors of the Diplomatic Corps
llow era
Mrs Ion > wOrlh the ridegrooms
mothfrDlamonds
Cuban Minister and Mrs Queiada
Silver tea nervlce
nxPro dnt Loubet of FranceTwo
Btvrcs vnaen
Sewetnrv and Mrs Taft Two dia
mond lockets
Pope Plus X Mosaic work forming
a copy of a holy painting In the Vati I
an collection
Mrs hobo U Longstreet of Georgia
widow of Qen LonRstreet Drawing of
Miss noosevelt8 grandmothers Georgia
home
The bridegroom A diamond necklace
Mr Grip Swedish Minister Vane
Mr and Mrs Paul MortonDinner
I Bbrvco of china
Supreme Court Klonors
I Secretary of tne Navy and Mrs Bona
I Hirte TJlahornlely carved silver set
t > iltM States Armv olTlcers Gold
modi of a KiasJorRPisen rifle
German Amiasndoi and Daroness von
I SttTiihurg Monogram closcrt pates
PnVflunt and Mrs Falrbtnks
I Bouillon tun
Foiator ind Mrs Phllnnde Knox
I Sliver lwolrv cane
A 1ontKomery StIUman of Plttsburg
rashlon a Bo ton terrlPr worth Ill >
I Mm L Z Loiter Antique silver
candlesticks
enitnr A J Tever1dtrcA coldhan
died rMlnir rrnn
Glad He Aint No Duke
Fjom a child Butternj tan beatIng the
words OUd he aint no duke
FInch Ambassador and Mrs Jussr
nnd Ostrleh tenth fan Inlaid with
I geld
Countess de Chambrun Mr Long
worths sister > Cut glass punch bowl
and gLasses
Kmperor of Austria Diamond and
1 pearl ocndant n
Ponca tribe of Indian Okajuuna
1
1 1 tti L ai
Territory Buffalo skin alstcuat
Mrs Ogden Mills Diamond doe collar
senator and Mrs J B Foraker
Oystr cooktall cups in nilprcg silver
stand
Sictetary Ellbu Root String of tur
quoises
Citizens of New Maxlco Finest tur
quolstt ever mined In the United States
Mrs Mat cus A lIannaTwo large
I illvlr 11SS
Miss Alice Warden Italian lace tea
cltth
Miss Elizabeth Warder Pompellan
inatbla vases
henry B Frick of Pittsburg Only
fruit ever ripened on the only Prin
cess Alice near tree
Mrs W Roe Mcdonald of Jersey
Cltj Irish linen centrepiece
Republic of France WMiderful Gobe
lin tapestry
Republic of Cuba String of pearls
Emperor of Germany Jowelled
bracelet and set of Saxony china
Now Tork delegation Seven dozen
Tiffany favrtle glasses
Servants of the Longworth family
Solid silver fruit basket
George Cox of Cincinnati Cutclass
water set
Mr and Mrs Philip McMillan of Cia
cirnati Four silver ywnpot
Mr And Mrs Robert E HlttSllvcr
gilt dinner plates
Mr and Mrs Thomas F Walsh Sll
ver dlrihet plates In repousse work
Secretary and Mrs Shaw Chocolate
set In Royal Worcester
Mrs Richard TownsendTwo antique
silver dishes
Punch Bowl from Mikado
Mikado of JupanChest containing
a sliver purcii bowl and two silver
vases and Japanese embcolderles
S crfftary and Mrs Victor H Met
colf Silver tankard
ConsulGeneral and Mrs Robert
Wynne Diamond ring
Empress of China Dow r chest of
carved wood contaJning embroideries
silk and perfumeries
Unknown donorsTwo sacks of to
tatoes a barrel of apples a barrel of
peaches from Africa and a new
wooden washtub value twenty cents
Speaker Joe Cannon and Miss Cannon
Silver and favrlle glass dish
Assistant Secretory of the Navy and
Mrs New yTable silver
AttorneyGeneral Moody Pair of sil
ver candlesticks
Members of the Roosevelt family In
New York Oldfashioned hall clock
Woman in Dublin Ireland Rare
specimen of Irish lace
Pupils of Colored Industrial Evening
School Now York City Table centre
I piece of Irish linen
Kins Alfonso of Spain Antique Cas
llllan Jewelry In silver
Austrian Minister and Baroness vo
Hengelmuller Diamond and turquoise
I brooch
Miss Jean Reid daughter of Ambas
sador Reid TorUJseshell and lace fan
Mr and Mrs William C EustlsOld
English prints
Eutaw Street M E SundaySchool
Baltimore Orford Bible wrapped In a
silken American flag
SundaySchool of the First African
Baptist Church Cherry street Phlli
dlphla An engraved silver spoon
AQUEDUCT TRACK FIGHT
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IN COURT ONCE MORE
r
Queens County Jockey Club Wants
Leases Now in Bob Tuckers
Name Made Over to It
The Queens County Jockey dub
through Its counsel Hugo Hirsch ap
pealed to Justice Burr alltlng In the
Brooklyn Supreme Court to have con
tinued a temporary Injunction against
Robert A Tucker one of the organizers
and vicepresident and treasurer of the
tfub
The other members of the organiza
tion seek to restrain Tucker from
Itaslne In his own name the land of the
Aqueduct Race Track upon which the
grandstand Is erected The Jockey
Cub demands that he transfer this
lease and some other leases of the
clubs land to the club as he may take
It Into his head to prevent some of the
coming events at the track In his de
fense Tucker says that tho leatfes are
rightfully his
CHURCHMEN JOIN
IN FIGHT ON RACE
TRACK GAMBLING
Continued from First Page
I
havIng that It was not In fact or In
spirit a constitutional act I have no
hesitancy In saying that from a moral
viewpoint It Is Impossible for me to un
derstand how the act of a man on one
side of a fence as Is the case at a race
track where there Is gambling can be I
legal when the same act on the other
slue of the fence Is a crime
The gambling people here were thrown
Into a panic as the result of this attack
They thought the Governor would re
fuse to take a definite stand on the
proposition An effort was made last
year to have him commit himself
against race track gambling but he
dd lined to be drawn Into the con
troversy
The Interests hock of the movement
this car however are so general and
InH lentlal that the State administration
could not Ignore
Racing Men Not Worried
Racing men in this city do not feel
at all alarmed at the Introduction of
an Inimical bill In the Senate and As
serjbly llaclne has never been xo pop
ular so clean and so moral If such a I
thing be possible as It Is today Its
affairs are regulated by the State
which appoints a corrunls lon to see to I
Its safe conduct The revenue which I
the State receives from racing associa
tions and whVh In turn Is passed on
to county fairs and so on tp the hands
of farmers ampunta yearly to hundreds
of thousand of dollars It Is a ques
tion If upState legislators will vote
for a measure whloh will work harm
directly to their constituents
At the hotel whore ladn men gather
there was some anxiety felt at the an I
nouncemen of a blow at tho race I
tracks but It soun wore off I
Even If such a bill as proposed
should become a law said a turfman
connected with one of the facing asso
ciations It would have no effect to
speak of on racing U would be the
most difficult mater In the world to
furnlsb evidence that betting was go I
Ing on at the race course I think the
Court of Appeals has already held that I
no onn can stop wagers between man
and man so long as no token of the bet
Is exchanged or re ord made The ef
fect of suoh a bill If passed would be
to tighten things up at the track and
perhaps drop back to the times of 1S33
and 1X05 when nx money was passed
and all rota were on the credit system I
Whether this proposed bill Is passed or
not It will have no effect on racing ex I
cept to make things a bit uncomfort I I
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SLAPPED BY WIFE
OF MAN SHE LOVED
Mrs Lobard Interrupted Talk
of Her Husband and Miss
Weidermann
Because the wife of the man she
loved slapped her face pretty Miss
Emma WeJJermann twentytwo years
oldy of No 10S7 Mt One Hundred
and Seventieth street has been missing
since Wednesday and has sent her
mother a letter declaring her inten
tion to end her life by Jumping into
the river
The matter was reported to the po
lice of the Trcmont avenue station
today by her brother Julius twenty
four years old who said that the girl
was deeplv In love with George Lo
bard thirtytwo vears old of No 11
Bonton road and that on Wednsday
moraine she was talking with him on
thE corner of Prospect avenue and Bos
ton road when Mrs Looard found theta
and slapped Miss Weldcrmanns face I
causing her to drop her purse and
keys and run away
The girl who lived with her brother I
and her mother Mrs Henry Welder
mann a widow was forewoman In a I
large silk mill on Morris avenue and i
received good wages According to
the story of her mother she nrst came I
to know Lobard wven he and his wife I
moved to the house on Boston road I
about u year ago
Mrs Weidermann said that Lobard
had been married aboutten years and
that althouBh her daughter knew thin
Hhe fell In love with the man The
Lobard house Is directly behind the
Weidermann house and the two are
separated only by their rear yard in
this way the girl saw tnuoh of Lobard
Miss Weidermann was distinctively
pretty being about 6 feet 2 inches tall
with olive complexion black hair and
large blue eyes She cad many suitors
but in spite of her mothers protests
she went about to places of amusement
with Lobard
Last Wednesday she started for work
early In the morning At about 10 oclock
she returned crying Only after much
questioning did her mother learn of the
Incident of lira Lobard confronting the
pair Julius Welderman on being told
she had dropped her purse and key
ring and had run away went to the i
place He found both articles In the
street I
Mrs Weidermann again advised her
daughter not to sec Lobard any more
and at about noon Miss Weidermann
went out again She has not been seen
since YesLerday her mother received
a letter from hur maid at Station R
Part of It translated Irvin the German
IB as follows
Dear Mother have done wrong and
am going to Jump Into the river or will
do so soon The only place for mo
now is the river
Mrs Weidermann is overcome with
grief and has urged the police to do
all they can to find the girl She still
hopes that her daughter has not yet
carried out her threat to commit sui
cide According to the mothers descrip
tion Miss Weidermann wore when she
went away a black skirt hat and
Mcque a black waist with whit dot
and black laced shllII
11II
X am here nuil I will do as X see
H DI trlct Attorney Jeromes
aniirer to the sensational charges
I that lie baa practically protected
tko traction magntss
< i pt
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H a
DOLAN OUSTED
BY THE MINERS
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Mitchells Foe with Belling
i
ham Put Qut of Office in I
Pittsburg District
PIITBDURG P u Feb Notwith
standing the rneet eqxpeala of Na
tional VfcePrealdent T L Lewis and
BeoretaryllretUEurer DokMa of the
Pittsburg District for a fair and
square deal the delegate attending I
the Pittsbunr District Miners Conven
tion unaaimoutfly adopted a resolution
at noon today declaring the omces of
President nnd V3ceFfeeldent of the
Pltteburg District mlnera vacant
i
President Dolan presided at todays
seaeton end requested to retain the I
resolution but It < ma passed over his
head
The delegate at once notified Presi I
dent John Mitchell now In New York
of their action and it Is expected he I
will immediately appoint men to all the I
to offices
There was much disorder In the hall I
when the resolution was Introduced It I
grew more unroarious when President
Dolan ruled Che resolution out of order
and culminated In a scene of wild ex
citement when tho delegates voted unan
imously tor Its adoption
President Dolan aroe tn the midst of
the turmoil and reiterated his previous
declarations that lie would never re
sign nor would he be ousted unless by
a referendum vote of the miners of the
Pittsburg district who elected Wm their
leader
ELEVATOR OPERATOR
FOUND DEAD IN CAR
Healy Stricken by Heart Disease
Had Worked for Same Concern
for Thirty Years 0
On his hands and knees and halfway
luslde his elevator at the HothscWid
Building No 43 Leonard street John
Hcalv sixty years old elevator oper
ator of Twvth street and Avenue D
was found dead today
Healy lately complained to his fellow
workers of pains in the chest round
his heart They were especially bad
today and ho was advised to see a
doctor but he thought they would
wear off
The superintendent H H Lolb I
wanting to go up to the top floor
pressed the button but got no response I
A boy cm down the stairs at the
time and told Mr Lelb that Healy was I
down the machine on his hands and knees fixing i
Mr Lath waited and becoming un
easy summoned another employee and
toiretllior they wnlkty upstairs and
found Heal dead He had been In the
emplO of Bothschlld Co for more
than thirty vents
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ELEVATOR KILLS TWO I
Second Victim of Hospital Dies
from Injuries
Hans Bellas a porter In Mount Sinai
Hospital died today from Injuries he
received Wednesday evening In a ele
vator accident In the building Nathan
Server the regular elevator operator
was teaching raa operator Jacob
Kaplan Kaplan was running the ear
rnlnl
Kaan Belles made e jump for It and
tel underneath It Kaplan sent the oar
downward and It crushed BelIes Then
be sent it up antI Server riding In th
or stuck his betel out to see what
sr ao
happened to Ilellu and W instantly
kIlled Delluss injuries proved fatal
SUW pr0
today Kaplan Is under parole by tfie
Cce Dt dln OB InQuest
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HE COULDNT HELP
LOVING MARION
She Is S Pretty that Adolph
Altman Quickly Lost I
0 His Heart I
A ardent wooer Is Adolph Altman
He is cooling oft In the Psycopathic
Ward of Bellevue Hospital t the In
tense relief of Marlon Barlow wboae
r o w
refusal Adoiph the indi
r to marry AOph was te
tact cause of ibis commitment to the
retreat fo the mentally deflotont
I you couM only see Marion o
wouldnt bleat Adolph to going crazy
about her Marion is a blonde She
work In a piano store at No C6 Grand
street and to say tat she I beautiful
I putting the soft pedal 0 description
The home o Adolph Is at No 3
Grand street Up t the time b first
lettercarrier and
saw Marion he wan a leterallr
proud of It Sight of her tripping I
tfcrougta Grand street on tier war to
the work piano store destroyed h desire for
wk
Dogged Her Footsteps
He took t dogging her footstwxs
whenever Bt ie left the store He camped
across Ue street and gated at her with
eT that pu dents t the plate clans
windows so fervid wan his tove Ma
rk paid n attention to him She
has a gentleman friend who may know I
how lucky h Is but probably dont I
From worshipping at a distance
Adolph took to an attack at close I
range yesterday Entering the piano I
store he walked up to Marion He
grasped her lIly white hand and
dropped to his knees
Flee with malt he Implored
On your way said Marion or Ill
call a c
You must flee with muh asserted
the unabashed Adolph Marry muh
and you wont have t work Ill work
to both of us
Customers and clerks gathered around
Marion and her admirer They seemed
to think it was a good Joke No so
Marion Frcelrs herself fiom the
grasp of Adolph she ran to the door
and summoned Policeman Brown of the
FRAPPED SLEUTHS
MH BLACK HAND
Hide in an IceBox with the
Temperature 12 Below
Freezing
Alter hiding for over thirteen hours
In a Icebox with u temperature 1 degrees
of
grees below freezing four detectives
the Italian Bureau arrested a alleged
Black Hand organization
leader In the Blk Hcnd orz
ties ia Now Yok
The prisoner I Qloocchlno Napoll
fortyflve years old of No Ir Bleeclcer
street who says he Is a married man
and that he makes a living a 1 sales
crnn He was arraigned before Magistrate
I trate Mayo In the Jefferson Market
Court today on charges of extortion
I blackmail and threats against life He
was held In 1600 tall for trial at Gen
eral Sessions
For the last two months Pie
Mnno who keeps a meat market at
No 1 Bleeckef street has been re
ceiving letters demanding the sum of
iO Ho was told his hop and family
would be blown to pieces by dynamite
I he refused to give up the money
He found that several other storekeep
ers In the neighborhood had
1ad received
similar letters and that some had paid
money to the gang
Mtano Informed the police of the
threatening letters DetectiveSergeant
Petroslno chief of the Italian Bureau
detailed DetectiveSergeants Dondero
Cane Bottle and Arohlpoll to make
an Investigation 1
Hid In the IceBox i
The detectives got Mlano to wrjte bo I
the address given In the Black Hand I
letters saying that he W willing to
pay th amount demanded Thoy then
coat about for n good hiding place from
which they could view the progress of
event In te butoter shop The Ie
box a structure 1 b 1 feet was the
best hiding place and at RIO oclock
yesterday morning the four policemen
strewed themselves In It Detective
Petroaino did not hide In the box but
wale outside in the street occastan i
ally calling In the shop to see that
everything was in order
orer
T detectives had a long wait Cot
fee w passed into them from time
to time and Mlano gave them
Ulo tet a couple
of steaks during the day but with a
temperature of U degrees below rosa
ing they were not
nt very comfortable
Shortly after 6 oclock last night while
IJetecUve Polroslno was In the butcher
sop talking to Mlano a man entered
who began to Drtca various moats
Petroslnl Does a Stunt
The detective recognized Ulm a a
ian from Pfdcrmo who had a criminal
record there and a pretty bad repute
tion here To lead him
t hm on the detective
talked to Mlano a though continuing
an Interrupted conversation and talked
lalkE
about selling some property
The man then started nloatlo for
I money far the society Ma produced
a envelope In which the detectives had
placed a number O one and two dollar
bills and handed It to the stranger
Tb detectives followed the man to No
173 Bleccker street and juat I he wa
entering too place put him undero rrest
The marked envelopes and bUs were
found o h
The matter has been referred t the
Federal authorities
iMlOncey street station Brown placed
Adolph under arrest
Court Has Eye for Beauty
Magistrate Daniel E Finn heard the
cue today In Essex ilarke Court
Having an eye to beauty himself the
Magistrate was quite sore at Adolph
after Alartou nod trolled how the ex
Itttercarrier had annoyed he
Why dont you let this young lady
alone asked the Magistrate
I cant help myself explained
Adolph Every time I le her 1 got a > t
and cold like I would lay down uy
life for her rlgJt her You know how
It Is Judge Youve had love affairs
yourself
ourolt
I dont want him punished if he
will promise to keep away from me
interposed the blushing Marion
But Adolph wouldnt promise There
fore learned doctors are feeling the
bumps on his head and asking him If
he sees things when he closes his eyes
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GRAB STREETS
WITHOUT ANY
RIGHT TO THEM
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Comptroller Metz Shows
Some Remarkable Do
ings of Corporations
Investigations recently made by t
Comittrollera Qm a disclosed too
in a application to the Board o Esti
mate ai > 3 Aipportionnwnt ehow that d
number of companIes having no fran
chise whatever have been stealing tho
streets of the city for personal sain
Within the next few weeks aensatlonolj
developments are promised and e
criminal proceedings may b Instituted
The manner In which these affairs L
Ive been conducted was not known
until the Atlantic Hotel Supply Com
pany located 1 TIudion street mad
application for mission t tear up
3SfeQt of etr 0 connect with the
piped of the Manhattan Befrlgeratlns I
Company on 1enth avenue The matter
ter was referred to the Comptroller ql
who In turn placed Chief Engineer lir
ry P Nichols on the ease i
Mr Nteco found that the Manhattan
Itefrificratlng Company bad without i
an authority whatever one up
Fourteenth street and laid Its anunoniclj
pipes from Ninth to Tenth avenue
There was no record o any permit hnv
ing been Issued from any of th ct
deipartmente The Mayor s ques1
toned Ha knew nothing Neither OiJt
Ohs Comptroller the Borough Fresldent 0
nor anybody else I
nCr anyboy ee
Then Mr Nichols went further a I
Jund lot on April 1 1SSO the Board
of Aldermen gave the Greenwich Re
frigerating Cotmnany by resolution I t
power to supply ammonia for ctold star
age purposes to Oansevooit iMarke
They were not to g outside the ind
ket and the copy land a deal with i
the Comptroller to pay the cit 5 Der t
cent D Its gross Income Tho Green
wich Company soon Bold It rVM te °
the Manhattan Company which N I
since been operating This resolution
o the Board o Aldermen Is revukoblo
at will 0
Apparently the Mhnhattan OomDanjl
on gaining control be un t extend its qrl
system u El Rlnecr Nichols found t
It was supplying cold ertonure t many t
othK concerns n located In th m
ket
ketWhen he found that the company had
laid 1 00 feet of rope underground b
informed tho Comptroller who at CSSM
notified t Corporation COuoaei Mr
lane Investigated b would D
find any reference o fmznbUe Then
Q wrote to the oocnpany a tln
officials frroo where they got tte the p
To a dozen of letttra h I cot i
ingle reply Fn at Las aucgeotloz
of the Mayor end Comptroller be servet3
notice upon the oieiftis thai tfcoy bu
until march Z to tear u there pipes al
readjr laid dow and to Ax the afreet It
8 good a condition 04 they h fO
on t
to It that No answer ihaa a yet been received
The Comptrollers assistants con
tunrod their Investigation and found f
state of affairs that stafgorcd the f
Dozens a IbO it U claimed I
o mo t
Stave been Buocessfulty run oft ana
nothing was ever known of It
The Atlantic Hotel Supply Companys II
application to connect with the anv t t
monla ltlpe line was rejected by Old
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