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i2 THE EVENING WORLD WEDWEBDA MAROH 31 1909 I t
THIEVES AT HOI
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1 lEfT PATE IN
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Tried to Cover Up Tracks
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iff the Vebter
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4i EE MAIDS ARRESTED
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I Mrs Rida Johnson Young a
ii Playwright and Gen Bur
i I bank Among Victims
In the arrest of three housemaids to
day the guests of the Webster a rash
Jonablo family apartment house at Xo
40 West Forty 8fth street believe will
bo found an explanation of the ss
tematlc and Ingenious Jewel robberies
t tht have kept that hotel In a turmoil
tor the Ian six months
AHlough a dozen or more patrons of
I I the hotel have been victimized bj the
thieves the name of Mrs nidi Johnson
tYt I Young a plaw right alone appeared as
i the complainant against the trio of 1
e housemaids when they were arraigned
I In the West Side Court today before
I Magistrate Corrigan who held them In
y 1 JlCO ball each for a further hearing
Friday
Mrs Young owing to a Alight Indis
position was not In court today but
I went assurance that she together with
several fellow guests and victims will
f be on hand Friday to pits the barges
Much Jewelry Missing
For six months or more guests of the
I Webster have been mining their Jew
I elry In some Instances the jewelry <
was stolen outright but more often val
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s uahle stones were pried loose from
their setting In ring brooches and
pins and paste or fake stones were sub
Itltutrd i
When four diamonds valued at HV
were pried out of a JIM Tiffany
brooch belonging to Mrs Young early I
this week she complained to Mr Illv
ers the manager of the Webs er She
told him that the obberleg hid been I
t going on for so long a time that he
J should notlly the police at once
Detectives SUellj CJilliher and Low
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I enhelm were detailed from Police headquarters
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quarters to make a thorough Investiga
l tion
After learning tut the wife of Gen
Burbank r St retired had lost 1
ring valued at 1T5 and that former Collector
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lector of the Port Fowler had lost JW
worth of jewelry while In the house
while a Mrs Sallsb and a Mrs
torso had ach lost Jewelry to the
1 value of several hundn dollars the
det clles arrived at the conclusion
II that the thefts were Inside jobs and I
Itet to work to look up the servants
Found Paste Diamonds
According to the detectives they
searched the room of Annie Howard a
negro maid and there found several
jmste diamonds similar to tho e that
had been substituted In brooches where
the genuine stones had been taken from
They also found they slid a pawn
t ticket for an unset diamond which had
been pledged at n Sixth avenue shop
The detectives at once arrested the
Howard woman mid later returned aid
t arrested Jeannette llober and Kltt
FT Klordan both white whom they say
t Mole the Jewelry which the Howard
woman wojd later manipulate
r In court lu day tin Ilovvnril woman
hvd little to cn > TIll two white maid
I wept bitted and piotc iled their Inno I
I cence
Oa Friday the entire omce force of I
t Webster man of the help as well as
toll of the guests will be on hand to
ljire s the charges against the trio of
women and it that time the names o
man more persons who have been vi I
limIted will be revealed so the deter
lives assert
iHUGHESMEN SPEAK
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f Foes of the Measure Also
Marshal Their Forces at
If Assembly Hearing
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AInir March 11 UlvocatPn of di
rect nomination and those who are op
posed to the plan were given an oppor
tunity to exprw their views on the
I subject before the Awmbl Judiciary I
Committee today at a hearing on Hie
i Ifinman Green bill which Is favored b >
Oo Hughes
Assemblyman Green of kings sport
nor of the bill In the lower house Sena
tor Davenport of Oneida County
I Charles S Aronstcn president of tin
Iogm Club of Brooklyn Arthur f
puddlngton of the Citizen rnlon New
York F N Oodfre master of tie
State Orange Philip It Dillon so = rt
Jar of the Direct Nomlniitloris League
fo of New York Edward 1 Whltr of
t 1 Buffalo former Judge W p wii
baini of New York and exatuator
Alfred K Page of New York were
1 among thole who advocated the meas
Urn Among those vim nppo ed the bill
were Charles U rouul president of
the Hcpubllcnn Club IIf New York I
James 1 McKeen New York etS n
I ntor Flon It Hrnwn Uatcrtnun and i
Nicholas Murray BUtlEr president of
Columbia tnlver Tlmoih L Wood
ruff chairman nf the Itepihltan Stair
CommllUe who arrlI i p IH I
night Bald he lid not cip ot to speak
In oppunltton t < tie till MI < i 1 n
i with referetnf tn he meai ire In < aii
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was already well known
MRS MARSHALL FIELD SICX
CHICAGO March I U + lirs a
4 Field Is Just rrunr ng rrm i sec e
I attack of the grip whi at Hre
orrttd hr Pljslrlans and tlHatlne
to develop Into pneumonia ste hat f
been eicrotlngly III but tree news has
ton quietly iupprr < sed Her Secretary I
ftJ that aka Ii now on tbo road to
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IlEAK HOlDS UP
SUBWAY TRAIN
IN RUSH HOUR
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Water Dripping Into Station
Under the Harlem Makes
Signal System Useless
A teak In the downtown Subway tube
under tin llirloin Illi > r ciiiei a delay
of thirteen niiiiul to day and held up
thousands of persons from the Ve t
Farms section The dripping water
enticed a hort circuit which put the
signal system out of business
As the 8 oclock express approached
the north entrance the danger light
was showing Tho train halted while
word was rushed to the signal bureau
Several express trains lined up behind
tho leader nnd stretched back several
blocks The One Hundred and Forty
ninth street station of the L1 took
many of the waiting passenger
It required onl > a few secunds work
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to adjust the signals when the emer
gency crew arrived
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SCRUGHAM INDICTMENTS
ARE ALL DISMISSED
Judge Foster In the Court of Special
Sessions today dismissed the remain
ling Indictments of forgery In the sec
ond and third degrees against George
H ScruKh im and Charles Stirrup
Vrughain and Stirrup had been In
dicted In connection with alleged acts
as reprisuntatlves ot the Policy Hold
ers Committee Just before the election
of directors of the New York Life In
surance Company
The motion for the dismissal of these
Indictments was argued by a repre
sentative from the olllies of llugjen
bet titer Untormvei and Mar hall
Assistant DIstrlctAttorniv bmj the en
tered no opposition and the ball bonds
were released
rughum and Stirrup were acquitted
last week of forgery charges growing
nut of the International Polio holders
Committees light against three MB life
Insurance companies In Wj
HfAD IN NOOSE
HE lEAPS fROM
HOIEl WINDOW
Rope Slips and Reynolds Falls
Unconscious at Side of
I Passerby
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Hlchard Ile > nold < ended his life In an
unusuali dramatic manner this morn
ing
lie entered his room on the third floor
of FoloyB hotel No 370 West Eigh
teenth street formed a nose out of the
fireescape rope pulled It taut around
his neck and leaped Into space
The noose slipped and he plunged to
the street landing at the feet of Eugene
Turney a Wilkes Ilerre coal miner out
of a job and In New York hoping to
get some sort of work to do
Turnej straightened out the uocon
claus Reynolds and administered first
aid to the Injured as he had seen It
given In the mines Ills own clothes
were bloodsoaked but he kept life In
Ronoldss body until an ambulance
from New York lIospltal came rattling
up An hour later Reynolds died In the
hospital
Turner the only suit of clothes he
possesses In the world ruined and with
his linen spotted with blood entered
the West Twentieth street station later
and said
I seem to be up against It pretty
hard I tried to be the good Samaritan
to that chap and now I am searching
for some one who will be the good
Samaritan to me I haven a cent of
money but I wad not In despair be
cause I was to set a Job today Now
no one wilt hire me with this suit of
clothes on I dont believe I could get a
Job In a slaughterhouse
The police did the best to get the
blood off Turness clothes and then sent
him to the Municipal Lodging Itouse
for a rest and some breakfast
Come around In the day one of tho
policemen told the miner and ve will
see what we can do for you
Ile > nolds and his young wife quar
T KELLY
263 Sixth Avenue
Between 16th and 17th Streets Open Saturday Evenings
ONLY ENTRANCE THROUGH FURNITURE STORE
rir t CREDIT 2 1
Fashionable Easter Wearing Ihn
Apparel for Men Young Men
women and Misses If you wish I ill I
I to dress well at little expense t1
I I Have your purchase i l l
charged pay a small de
posit the balance in r ill
weekly or monthly pay l
I ments
II All Alterations Free
Dress Well on 1 a Week l
Full Line of furniture Carl ets < < Bedding
Brooklyn Stare 170 Fulton Street
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SPECIAL OFFERING OF I
Infants Wear
FRENCH HAND MADE DRESSES
6 months to 2 yrs Values 200 SJ50 300 I 45 179 d DO
FRENCH HAND MADE PETTICOATS
6 months to 2 yrs Values 175 5200 5275 I2D I 3U 200
r DOMESTIC DRESSES fine sheer lAwn
and nainsook 6 months to 2 yrs 4 95 IIO 125 150
Attractive stocks of refers and coits In silk cashmere and pique
Wrapper or house Jacques In silk and cashmere
Maids Aprons and Caps
LAWN APRONS with Gibson itrap 60 and 65
I II I bib and bretellei 85 and 100
I I I 35 each 6 for 200
CAPS latest model 15 25 and 45
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Fur Storage
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Fur Storage n a question fitS of respomihsin hi of fj
dimes and experience
Furs stored with us are insured aganl amaj o loss anj
are kept in the same storage plant as our own valuable nock
Each garment is examined by an experienced furrier and
hune under a separate cover on its own hook A constant
current of cold fresh dry air circuV hroujjh the storage I
rooms keeping the furs in perfect condition Call 3761 38th
Nineteen West Thirtyfourth Street
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relied two weeks ago and she went to
live with hot parent His home broken
up the man neglected his work as n
horseshoer and lost iis job hunt night
nil but frltiM Jim Fahey brother
at the hotel proprietor tiled end ho
brooded over thin now misfortune
METHODISTS TO CELEBRATE
lluoicvrlt fliiipmti IMun fur Crrr
moulti ha Africa
NEWARK X I March 31DIhop
J C HtrUell Announced today at the
opening of the Newark conference of
the Methodist Episcopal Church that
he had the active support of exPreil
dent Theodore Hooeevelt In ratline
100000 In tills countr for the cele
bration next fall In Africa uf the dia
mond Jubilee of the ihurchs mission
work on tint continent
ANOTHER CUT IN WAGES
lllic Iron Mr in t hill e lli > iliii > C iiiti
nod lrel Iliuit to Pullou
PITTSBIIHO Mirch 31iotlce of a
10 per cent reduction hi the wages of
mploc of W P Snider R Co ont
o the ImgeM maniifiicturers of Iron
and coke In the PlttctairK dlitrlct nun
annoiincfd todiv According to the of
llilali of the cumpmy the rciturtlon will
bo goner il
A rcailjuatiiient nf wale will be made
tomorrr nt tlin Smith Side plant of
tho Jones t liumhlln Stet Company
Iilmltisl the forted independent steel
company In tin lountry him doyeee of
the company untl Ipato A reduction of
from 10 to 20 per cent It Is said the
tonnage men will not be affected
HENRY F TODD DEAD
CALAIS Me March 3JHenr F
Todd of the lumber firm of F H Todd
1 A Sons died today at his home In St
Stephen ND aged sixtytwo Ha wa
Idimilled with former Mn > or J MI
Jolnoll in the male stoU fp tl1 co
wts Interested In paper nnrulactuili
and electric light and steamboat entti
I prise
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WITH STORK 1768 TIMES
MOKOAXTOWN W Va March 31
Dr N H Triplet died esteidair
nliiet > seven j ars < lie utllcliUil at Iw
birth of 1768 babies of whom only
four died at birth
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Control and direct en talent the power and i
ergy and you have a the skill to develop
force which if ap from cloth garments of
plied to the individual
production Spring Suits ly Jislillc
of a given r ° tiveness
thing will and Overcoats and char
work out for Men at acterSuits
all its and Over
pos i
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sibilities TwentyDollars coats that
Into the are above i
production of our 20 and beyond the level i
Suits and Overcoats of mediocrity I
enters this mighty To such and only such
factor of controlled clothing does the house
and directed energy of Wm Vogel Son I
the energy of an subscribe itselfclothes I
organization of clothes that are made by them I
craftsmen who have and bear their own
within themselves the imprint
At 2Uuits mall the newly developed modesmade of cassimeres i
cheviots tweeds urges worsteds blue black and the new color tones
At 20 Overcoats designed to meet every taste and function fancy
patterns subdued tones or just black
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WM VOGEL SON
Broadway at 44th Street
roa way at Houston Street
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Obt Q 1 EASTER
SNons GLOVES
In anticipation of a great glove selling season we
me exhibiting n magnificent asboitment of Kid
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skin Glace and fabric Gloves in nil popular shades
2B FIRST CHOICE KIDSKIN GLOVES black
white gray inn blue green and red value
200 per pair for 150
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2B large pearls PIQUE KIDSKIN GLOVES
heavy embroidered back in gray tun black
and white value 200 pet pair for loO
2CLASP IMPORTED KID GLOVES first quality
Paris point embroidered backs in white tan
gray mode and black vulue 135 per pair
lot 100
Just Received the First Shipment of
SILK GLOVES
16 B MILANESE SILK GLOVES extra fine qual
ity double finger tips in catawba Russian blue
Danish blue Copenhagen champagne make
corn raspberry facille wistaria purple gray
tan mode white blue pink and black spe
cial pair 125
2CLASP MILANESE SILK GLOVES in tan mode
gray champagne black and white
double finger tips per pair from 50C to 120
MAIL ORDERS FILLED AT ONCE
BYOClcWay6nQu 9tV Sts I
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Special Sale of
a Foreign and Domestic
Tailor Suitings
Whipcords Fancy Serges Voiles
Silk and Wool Materials etc
all to be closed out at SSc a yd
formerly 150 up to 250 a yd
Sold in dress lengths only
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Easter Shoe Sale j
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Buya substantial goo wearing stylish shoe at a birgar Oir clepartnu nts are full oft t
Uptodate Styles the Newest in Footwear and 1l at llntexceptionalh prices as below 1
Womens Spring Style Shoes ai 150 j
o b f Patcal Calt lik 4 n7r
Sties 1 fi I < WlthSd M 3 Iti
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Shoes for Young Ladies and Misses
Makers Regular S2 and 250 Grades
Twenty Newest Spring Styles
i In Gun Metal Calfskin Patent Coltskin a d Vci Kidskin English Welted
Extension Soles Sias 8 to 11 Hi I 1
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Misses Womens Oxford Ties i
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Solid Leather
c S C h 00 I Shoes Makers regular S200 grades i new
Spring styles with welted extension
Sires to 2
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s to three times this price Made and surplus stocks
r of vici kidskin with patent r
a i tips Solid leather soles Tan and Black s
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59c a a pair S1eUU
pair pair
Misses High Womens
Cut Tan Shoesf
ShoesShoes
Shoes
With Goodyear Welted Soles S
Spv cial shoefordress wear Sffftiplc Lines
all newest styles Patent Sizes 22 to 8 Makers regu r
Coltskin Gun Metal Gal far s 200 grade well made
try skin and Tan Calfskin I Shoes for dress or street
s c wear Dull and bright leath w
r sizes 8 to n and ni to
ers Blucher styles ex
2 and 2 to St 300 tension soles and mili
and 350 grades at tary heels
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NTan Calf kin Patent Colis kin Vlcl Kidskin and Gun Metal
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