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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1911
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BECKER'S ALLEGED GRAFT HOARD TRACED TO
ir:w of flMtuMNt "! looking Nl
t , IMM i1w1 gamhler.
reBfagBM IMM BXkf is imonn
life ! iei,h!llBrg. ' i f?t ,ht
! t-A'torney hsts bMD r;.Tonoted
- tsttlgtf. ly end sounded out on Mi
Hon reape-t of taking UMfM
, in ti rlfl the Inllrtid UnMMI ' Mr
W Itmkn I willing to accent the lM !
II, ker nnlv on condition that Becker
will Itll ll knrrws and thst his -
Mk i re Will irtng to IMM the
hta ii i up In th now WMWHIHl pny
Unit I to m.mrM-r,
Ml "t gr
er h folic lepartmnt.
I'm i ii'i or four different oromnn
lb Whitman ha xired til view
I i Beiker't standing. Bismmarised,
hem In III , ".t!"n of the IHalrlo..
Au ey;
WHITMAN "HOPES" BECKER
WILL TELL ALL.
"i:. cier in charg"d Willi M
llgatlng
the 1 i"ler or Hcrmin Rosenthal II
la ac. used of aupcrlntendlng the cm-
Jllo .11 lit uf the uur dcsjicrnle y.nin
tlnia m'k' committed (.Hi actual crime.
I I. ira-tu agoui! uccaer
la ul the 111 i ailliiua tlu- Ire. I 1 nil Id
Hut aay. nlT hund. Ilia! 1 awwai aw
aider offering h in iiniminlty. veu
though ho ehoulj volunl'ir lo aid M
I 1 liih .
"Illil I have iiopc I "' Becker will
find I lua. It I" In hla Inlereal In I'll
th- wh.de truth. I. he lOIlM an outline
Ilia IHUMIMI ! '' 1 "hi. uld M .hu.ly
IU4.K over the situation-
aurd(i la n crime more eerlout lliun
btoakmall. But m thi mm nine thM
I.', .okumll la Involvnl. Wear, in .1 l"
lion, 1 think. 10 hreak up wKkcd.
In ntirnu and ilemorilu ng MltollM
Valw.en ceitaln men In tho l'ullca '-
g. 11: 11. nl ami towblMkm
T M bMMM to "" roriimutilt v of tha
:n MalUM Mob ah klllMOl would o.lt
Brtlgk me ene t of IM Inlllcllon of li'
ngtrama p.iiilahment BrMgrlbO My law
Cm a murderer. If Be U'-r rould tU
nt In hiring UN BOB BtkM batWBM the
1 liepaHinent and thi . nnduct nf
i.im'dlng houaea ami plana ut evn i
,(lr
tnitc I nllght .ik MBM clemency
IB, lor lie would UBdMbtoAl) to the
1 ' nf New York" n greni gn4 '.. UM
oVr lea."
At the lima of Heckera arreil, The
BvmlOg ' "Id aaiil that John W. Hurt,
routin'l for the acuaed pollcemaii. hid
tiiH.lv veiled overture to the Dlatrtot
Attorney nonrWnlng th" pCMlbNIty that
.Becker might ba of aid to th tfMMi
tion I" utiMverlng police Kiaft. Theae
nejntlatlona did note axlend beyond th
preliminary vtage.
M'INTYRr. SHARP BARGAINER,
TWICE SEES WHITMAN
John F. Matntyre. tho recntly M."R" """ www 10 si ii asaw
tal'icd e-ounael lit chief for Boker. has ' darers t,m ' getaway" money. This
hl two conferoncos with Mr. Whitman. ; "'of Backer wtnt to tha Wat
Mr. MeUtm la a v.tersn In th prao- Forty-ievi.th atr.t atatlon. It la as
lie of criminal law. II Is a sharp "ted.
bargainer. nd It might fc that T. Mr- Mo''' on hearing Mlaa T-und s
JMntyi would con.lder turning his ""r- Immediately lud a subpoena,
el,-.. 1 ovr to th DUtrlct-Attornoy In '"ngf on QrlffHh lo appaar bofor th
return lor a promlM of ora drfalto (lrh' J"rr n Tuesday. Thle Is not
nuniahnnn.t in tho way of a Urm of Im-, " flrat report that has reached the
prtxinniant.
After th Grand Jury adjourned ye- I
teilny Mr. Whllinan learned that
Becker's wife, during th month of
I May, mil, mad four depoalt In th
We t Mdu Saving Hank amounting to
tl.d'ic. th limit allowed by aavlngs In It" relation to police graft I of ln
bank on' an Individual deposit. He aleo tcreal. llo regard the noeentlial cas
iMrntd that lU.wu additional wa d- the opening, at laat, to a dUclosurs
posited at about the sum time to
licckcr's credit In four olhtr aavlngs
bank In thl city.
Mr. Whitman alio haa Information nf
depoalt inad by llvrker, under en
alio, in av!nr bank In New Jerey
and l onnectleut. Arrangement have herculean tk. Thy wer badly handl
boeu made for securing a record of all , cappPj. Thl proceeding, on th con
thet deposits. And aavlngs banks, nut : tiary, Is very simple. Here wo sr not
being nuiiieruu enough lo noiu all or
Ue-KH pickings, tho lieutenant car- 1
rlad an account In a broaeragu office. '
avuordlug to reports inde to Mr. Whit 1
man. Thel brukersg account will oon '
Jje unco w red
- My. Wldlinan lias evidence that the
Jng.i tide of B-ckere pioeperlty was:
Iptruck in March. April and May of thl
ft'oar. Money tame, to him so fast he J
was hard put to dlanoto of It. That
ba cltaned un cluae to Iso.uOu in graft
t!n"kneVi'ttM '"0"t"" " "UM
ROSENTHAL TOLD OF STREAM
nt adict unuiv
""-V
The reveltttiona coiice.riili Decker's
tank depoalla aiu oonllrmalory of Her.
Ulan Hoteiulial'a atatmiiciils. Hosvnthal
told th" lUstrict-Attorii.-y how Uecker's
ealhacUona climbed ua the winter of
IW wai.-j and rtoa ol ISU .et .... ,
It la BOl known wheilur Mr. Uhltniau!
lie IhS n.ici in. r. - . but K eiith.il,
Suur Ua before ha Was killed, told
a tl..d that liecker was so fliiah In
th btglunliig of th year that hu
loaned him (KuM-nthal Sn.uuu In tndal
lnrnta uf from f w to ..nj at a tun. '
It was nut uiitll Kusenllisl necileil LHI
:u one loaa that B01 I.. 1. accur.llng to
Kuaeiithal, took a innrtgage 011 tbu '
, . nltl. Street gambling houn .
Iht DUtrlct-Atturuey has toOatOd thu
bunk occounta of two polno inapector
wii is name have boon montlonsd 11
cuiineii.Liii with th Rosenthal cu.
Tl.c rucords of the aoootintg ha-, e been
ISMS, It 1 not violation of con.
ttdciior tv ay Ihat Ihey show tuot
ahisBfhgjJsf asJOltty oa tha pun of th
two p ' , ofBciai-. The time Is not
ripe (el ii.'lnglng alt thlg evidence,
Irjwevar, a.- other bjnk account are
iik w-ttigit
eIklown
tied.
vy ,.., ,
ouu.vM., Ia
LOOKLD FOR.
It I ,i fliliotlv xpcted In llie In- 1
trlci-Mi"i ney's ofRo that lh nut big
M.i pin. nt In the i'm se will he a con-
fas Ian syaai Ja.ou iteich. aiiaa la ok
aatUvan, who wan Hausferred to the
Hl SUo l'rlsiui ye:erda from the
Toaibs Na' an I Important evldcn -c
d.reii!)- eviBCCcIlug Ketch, with Ine mur
der hu heen discovered.
din. ml ataalak, a witne.s p oduced
uii. xik-lI' -lly before the Cli and Jury yes
lrdi), who suw ihe murder of Itosen-
thai, is pi cparnd loauuar Unit H tlltvan
was lh fa st person to touch Rosen
thal's uud aftei th gambltr toll dead
on .ue - n Tue uimva thai aUeuiuh
was in tie Disirlct-Atlorm-y'a hands
aitJ tin- naiure'of his evidence was con
vi . ,1 10 Ktlch to-day.
..Jamre M. dulI'Vaa, aounl for "Jack"
atc', afler a visit iW .Hint at ths
Vit bide t'rlauii thU inunilng, called
t th 7"ltr1'-t-Atlornjr' office. Mr.
fliilllvan wm bubbling over with rxclt
ment.
"I bsea fnivl nesei. fmm thS oi gga
loii " h raid. "Toil ran lock for
something h t to i." i by to-morrow.
'Harry Vallnn and Jni-k Hulllvan had
a long t..'k laat night. Vallnn aougn t
In Impress on Sullivan the Importance
"" Interests
r Irani tn n
knows. A hiic tjulllvan did not n'lrnlt
thai ho wan Impressed hy th argu
ments he undoubtsslly was."
WHITMAN HAS EVIDENCE TO
CHARQC RtltM Wllrl MUHUtB.
n t'ia evidence ol stunt h and liula ,
Knse. tha waiter. I i.lrl t-Attorney I
, . H , , i v
Whitman la In poMtnn In n-k the (iraml
Jiuv in lltiil an Indictment ' haralnW
Helen with murder In the flrat degree
actual participation In tha killing of
li.innthnl. Tic (irninl Jury will not
meet until Tui-eday. and Hulllvan
gaga) up Willi three men Brest have
T2ZZ
rcn ly .infeeel, will have 4 I
port mi 1 1 y for thourhl hofni that Itm. i
Thn ppafBhui at Meet. nekr in I
ti T n today hrr.i 1 h published i i
,r.,r, ,hnt hr h,rt hrok'-n down in hie
cell when he henrd that Nil hank ac-
rowitl hul leen In it.l tnd fiat I l.irry
I'nlhik Imd given dii'naglug teatlmony
tffalnal him. Ilecker'a . wire cltar
,.t"l hll BtfVi WM appaten'ly na atrong
aa ever.
"I wnnl II to tie ttndei 'food nnce and
f.'i- i'l," Ml4 llccker in an Krnlim
Wm Id reMirter, "Ihat I have nu con-
rMlon l'i make, fur tha alniple reaiion
wnu 1 rinvc uninillg 10 enmeaa. 1111c
iriii bo pforon vary clgwly at tM wopw
i' ii... when 1 havg my day In court.
v.. Ml Mllar than now, and anyone
win; him Ida prlvllign of entering the
Tombi and iMlnfl me will realize that.''
aiRL LOSES HER JOB FOR TE8TI
PVING, SHEl DECLARES.
Aaaiatanl Dla4rletAttomoy MoBa waa
Hoc I i-il.i hy Harriet l.und that
-he had hern Uncharged from the poai
tion of nlgiit caaiiier of Drake reatnn-
1 an:
at No. HI Vet rorly-"i -mid
n l. hy the manger. Marry (Irtftlth
bOl BttM alir ha-l bMB ttlbpOOCiaOd tn up
Mar In f,,re the QfMQ Jury. 'Jrlfflth I
told her, he enld, ahe had brought too
miflt nuturlety on the pla"e.
Via Land 1 n wltneaa fur tho
Dlatrlct-Attnrncy. She aw "Ja'-k"
ltnae, "itiidgle" Webber and a :ien I
ruppoied to hav been llei-wcr In con
fcroncc 011 the shlcwnlk of Korty-aecond
atnet, near the rcataurnnl. something
more than sn hour after Rosenthal wn
killed. Her teatlmony Is Important, In
that It confirms Ito' aacrtlon tha.
llccker hurried downtown from hi
home when notified of th killing, mot
Rose and Webber In Kot ty -second atreot
I)lrlcr-Attorny'a offlo of apparent
attempt to Intimidate wltnessM for tha
ni-iinle 11 the lu-ctcer case.
Ilecauae of hit experlene with the
!..- iw and Muni Investigation, Mr.
Mosa's Ides of the prarcnt procdlng
uf the
Syitem" In the Tollca Depart-
merit.
SAME OLD "SYSTEM," BUT IM
PROVED METHODS.
"The I.CX0W and Maset investigators,"
I aald Mr Moaa 10-day. "undertook a
,fral, r B11y wilt of habea corpus.
u h Hyatem,' aa revealed In the cur.
rfI, HTggtUjBtllB 1 about the same aa
t)le ByiBWIl' a revealed by the Lexow
sjTtttHlttlr, 1 man by that thst ths
hly ), there, hut the heads, however.
-nf rur., wm, the progress of time
,n,.r Jmv. noen some Improvements,
Th f,k, rBiflii fnr matoiice, are new.
, i..,.., ,hev hadn't thought
... i.i i... . . r.,i,i .,,d I
' """ rt",a "" 'n, CUUrt"
1 JSPECTOIt HIJGUKS
,..,.-..,.
in I nl 1 t .1. I tiY It 1 1 1 1 At ,
I Ill'CnV 'M HY nfttiRTKtl
" Bl u v ,a ulJtJDM u
Th" condition of Inapector Kdward
.Hughe. In . h.irge of the Detective
st HMdquartars ana now
Hned nt his home. No. SB 1-ourth trt.
iiinoKiyn, with nine cc.ntrctea aur
Ing his search In the Catskllls for lh in the Inveat.gatlon. Mr. Watsun ld
BoBontha murder auspecta, changed 1 to-day he waa going o conduct an ag
nmtei lally for the worse laat night. ; STOBglVS Inveetlgatton from i n. ouiel
All the tadlMttaas of pleuro-pneumonlw
eompll atcd by a weakening of 111
kidney and stomach function.
So serious became th Inpctor'
tat. that Dr. Edward and Dr. Mi
Ooldrtch, the latter police aurgeon,
"""t '"r SarS D. I'aunor, Head
aurgeon "I the l'nii e Department, and
lh throe worked over the tick man all
ntght. The falling heart action and
high temparatUra manlfeatod caused
them I" baVB grain :,n for tile In-
pi stot rooatfory,
Karly lo-day ooadltlans were aiighiiy
bttn 1. but ths three physicians id
thai Hughe was In a very danguroua
condition-
nrMnr- Ar- ccc . , M , , M , ,
UCUIUL 3(0 UUU tWUULlM
I rnn nr ar nil I rnf, niTu-n
FOR NE-V HILLTOP PITCHER.
, 'f. Aug l.-il,.- d.r. tor of
Lawfanea Basahall Club of tha New
, '" ' 11 i lSBu0 bBVB the utuhorlty to
' !l ' 1 :'-1 " Keating "f that
cluu lo the .New Yoik team of the
a ai . 11. Leagui forSMM Judge Min
ion in the SSJttltl seaslon of the Hu-
pn inr Court to-duy rofueed to lasua an
Utjunctloa auke.l for by the plaintiff It)
the sull of J or cult hu'.lliaii aga.i.-.
. li i.s Hloaoi and Denial A Moon.
The ill te id.tnl, a',, dllectlil uf th
Ugwron e ci.io ,111.1 us audi had saraod
t; :::: Keating t., -.i. v...k aiuei.
l-aiia for Sa.ie. Kutlivan who Is a
st.., khoidci nt tho LaarrenM team.
aoiight to have ine defendant re
strained from kol l.ng a tnseting of the
direct. os mi Aug 41 tiffo ratify Hi
Boatraot, alullu.ill -l.ll'lia1 thai Keal
ihe' ...: J ... Sold tot BUN i-i. Hi I -S).
GAMBLERS OFFER
PROOF OF GRAF!
TO THE ALDERMEN.
Pay Extortionate
- ' I I 1 1 I I 1 I
Kates and W ere Driven
Out of Business.
SOME KHPT A RECORD.
V-iirman nf Hi1 fWnmlftM
Says Special Counsel Will
Be Selected Next Week.
lie.,,., .... who have !een driven out
nf btlBlMM hecauae they cmild lint or
would not auhndt lo poil. e graft or who
0frntrfl
police powera have volun
teered tn tiecom wltnea. e.i liefore the
AMoflMltifl eommlltee which la tn In-
ivatlgat police graft. Theie offer hav
heen niai'e In l-ltern to inr.nher of the
rmiimlttee. who Iranaferred ihem to 1
Chairman k. m. Curran, Himtiar offer
from fnrrner lieapera of dUorderly
bOtttoa who had dealing with th
police have alo btn rcelvd.
The committeeman refud to-day ta
make 1, iit.li, th name of th writer
of the Icttera, hut aald they would he
called upon to teatlfy. On man, who,
aald he waa a gambler and declared h
could not afford to pay tha police the
high amount of protection money d-I
manded. and wa uboquently rlrlvan
out of hualnaa. wrot that h had
dealings with a cartaln Inpctor now
on th force and that he ha In hla j
poaion memoranua in 000 k mrni.
showing Juat how much wa akd for
protection. Thla book was kept for
the satisfaction of a partner, who Is
Mid to be willing to corroborate th
atatemen t of the 'writer.
BELIEVE THE CHARGES 0
GRAFT ARB TRUE.
The members of th committee eay
they have no reason to believe the
acctiMtlons are not true, aa the letter
beara many marks or truthfulness.
Monday or Tuesday at the latest
the members of tha Investigating
committee will have a conferenoe. All
the nine membera have promised to
attend. At the ronferenda the nama
of tha apodal counsel to the com
ml t tee will be decided upon and mad
known. The conference will be aecrat.
but other meeting of the committee
when wltneaaes are called to the stand
-ealU be held In public. The flrat
testimony will b taken on Aug. IS,
when the Mayor, Police Commlloner
Waldo and other official will b
ailed to the witness chair.
Alderman Curran. Chairman of the
committee, Mid to-day that while scores
of names of eminent lawyer had been
presented, the Hat had now heen re
duced to about twelve. He declined to
give the name, but It 1 known that
among them are Samuel I.'ntcrmyer
John Purroy Mltchel, Jam W. Os
hornr, Magistrate Corrlgan. who I allll
at dugger-polnt with Mayor Oaynor;
OOOtg Oordon Battl and ex-Oov.
Frank Black.
NO OUTSIDE INFLUENCE WILL
BE TOLERATED.
"We propose to make (election of
coutiael without the -lightest outald
Influence," said I'halnnan t'urran. "We j
do not want- nor will wc tolerate any !
itch tnftiieiKu either In the beginning
or during the Investigation. The l.exow
Inveallgatlon uncovered a link of ln
hiulty, but the cover wss put back
again. That lnvtlgallon did not rem
&0Z& n-cnu ir."",nadUe, and
wher thee paymenl go eventually.
w ltr" oln 10 Prol, deeply. Then
' 'r' l"H'r lo mmovf thf ranlnr. It
Is a big task
Much will dapend upon
,h character of counsel to be retained,
foi we must have a man who will do a
ood thorough Job."
On poiatlon ticiins! Walton 1 pr-
ivy "- "' "" - w " smg
X.T'i; ZiiZM
of .1. ,lllliunll , bp ,,. ,h
and In consultation w.th him titrouah-
c,n ' the witnes. atand any
man efho I able to give Information o'
who nny be accused.
RUBBER OAS TUBES
BRING DEATH TO TWO.
Widow' Attires Herself in Mnurn
iiig Ciarb; Tailor Found Lylflf
on Cutting Table.
Tan Williamsburg
pie. a nun and
a woman, tied rubber tubes in ll.elr
. mouths before turning on the gaa, to
I make aure of death. Hoth c , veiled
Mrs Kaie Muelhauaer. aged fifty-four,
j li ft BJaM by the death of all Jir near
I isihtsb eiwa "e ,'. lew lllilllins.
ittht-il )w.r..)f vMt-rrlv n l.-r will
itarh nml wrm in that authaiPsan i 'an.a. I
; lr, where ehe placed flower on the
graves of thOeS for whom she BBOUrnsd,
She eeturn.vt t i her home a No. 217
Hlmrod street, Williamsburg, nnd
seat, , 1 herself in a rucking chair. Then
he Hod rubber turn from a nar.iii
gas jet Into her mouth mid turned on
tne ga Iter body wa found to day
bv Patrolman Mch at the Hamburg
avenue station, wlu was matBiOBOd l
nolghborai
David arsskskors, gei fony-nve.
cost prcsaer In the tailoring establish
ment of 1. 'jut andstnan, at No. m
ThrOOP avenue, hid himself g (he
. building when his fellow workers loft
at midnight I"1 nlSht. Early to-.Uy
the night wetohmen, Baniusl Bstflstato,
found ilien-berg's body lying BP
CUtllng labia, a ga Uibu lied into hi
rnuulii an-1 tut gas tinned on full
imiNK i i.-H.iitr iiltv am.
"Ml ss seal , s w.-.ti,.
Inspector in Charge of Detectives
Reported Dying of Pneumonia
M tBrwF''i
.KeM bsbbW
I ka.m. tf
IfbW'''
COL. ASTOR WIDOW
MAY FIGHT WILL
AFTER HEIR S BIRTH
(Continued from First Page.)
mv opinion thai under no circumstance
and under no conditions will there b
any conteat for It hj so far never en
tared my daughter' head to start such
proceedings. There, now, I have been
a frank as 1 can possibly be.
"If ever there was a woman who tried
to avoid notoriety It hoa been Mrs.
Aalor. Her OOndUOt has been ninKnill-
cent. The crowds around the house up
town are only an evidence of the out-1
rageous condition. whb lh exist lu this
city. The police say that they can
drlv the curious person away from
only that portion of the sidewalk in
front of the Astor mansion. Wo simply
have to bear with conditions as they
are."
CONSULTS WITH CLERK OF
DAUGHTER'S ATTORNEY.
Mr. Force wa in conference to-, lay
with Italph O, Willgus, confidential c!rl
to Judge tllldersleeve. It was believed
the subject under dlsi usslon was the ro
cent crash Into the Astor mansion of
the Fifth avenue hut. which was Wit
neaaed from an upper window by Mr.
Aator herself Mrs Astor will havo a
claim fnr damage ngalnat th company
as the owner of the Aator mansion,
Judge Wlldcrleee Is said to lie on a
vacation lh New- Hampshire.
If the Astor will can be broken the
expel, .1 heir will receive 1110, 000, 000 or 1
more, instead o' the j - h Col i&SfeOf
provided for "any" posthumous heir,
It la reported tli.it thoul.l action be
taken to contest the will Judge Ollder
aleeve will have assnclsted with him
CongTMSman Martin W. Littleton and
Judge Nforgan J. u'Hrleii.
Judges I I'lderhleeve and Judge
0BriOn have olhces 011 tho aainu BgOff
at No. '1 Hector etrest, while Mr. Ut
tlaton, recently u member of th
tj'llrkii firm, ha moved to No. la)
Broadway, Hoth Mr. Littleton and
Judge O'Brien are oirt of the city, tha
former flrhlng up -state and the latter
week-ending at Oood Urrnind. I-. I.
When Hie will wa probuted. May Zl,
jmige QHdaralsevs fflod hub ma mo ran-
dun with the oourl and that he
deems th rights of hla ward require
hint tn state In her behalf that nothing
herein shall ba taken as an acceptance
hy or for her nf the provision mad for
tier In the aald will "
ITflder the untt-iiuptta! agreement
nuiile lii behalf "f Uri Astor when she
Was a minor b her father she Is said
to have waived her dower rights in tin
estt.it.' in lieu ot n c'ash sotttomont ol
near!) pi 009,000, I'ndar ths win sh r.--
celv tho Interest on pioOMei and the
ii i the tator mansion a long
she does not mam If the antenuptial
Ugre-Tlellt . ould he broken or the Will
t... knock, il o'it. then Mr. Astor
would act one-third of the Astor ..tate.
which is Variously Mil me tod at from
1101,(100,000 o iu, 000,000,
- tn.. win stands the bulk of Ool
forfnn g"s- t. his sen viuiam
Vincent Ator.
ACTIVE SECURITIES.
a
fi.liel aistft 1t"l. oon .iitsas
- 1-e'ago Plii, ' ""'t"!
1 i -00 , , . ev ! 1 ' I a Inc. .'- cc'l
i i jA i
' . i
nspector EDWARD
T
IN BROOKLYN HOME
(Continued from First Pas )
doctor at the hospital believe that tin-
Ira complications aet In Mrs. O i jlla
ghan will recover.
tn ih fl.t nfter the shooilnr the no-
II -men found O'Callaghun In bed.
heavy calibre automatic plalol lay be
side him. When told to get up and
dress the cotton merchant ataggered
out of bed and the policemen aw he j
wa very drunk. When asked what had
happened ho aald:
"Oh, thl 1 awful: I thought It waa
a burglar. 1 heard a noie. I got out
of tied and got my gun. I heard a noli
In tho hall. I ahouted '1 that you.
Lillian? Speak. If you don't answer I
hall shoot.' 1 heard no reply, and aure
there wa a burglar at the dour, I tired.
Oh, my Uodl Then I found It wa my
wit.
KNEW HI HAD SHOT WIFE,
WENT BACK TO BED.
"I didn't know what to do, o 1 went
back to bed.
"My wife and I liavo never had any
trouble, o why should 1 hout her?"
Th cotton merchant's aon-ln-law,
Walter Hutchinson, who I tn the
banknote bulnea and living on the
top floor of the house, told the police
that his fathor-ln-law had niarrlud
hla aecond wife sla yeara ago and waa
extremely fond of her. He had never
heard, he said, that there had been
the slightest friction between them
on uny occasion and they always ap
peared very happy logsthtr. Ho said
that only one bfor had he know n
of his fathar-ln-law to get drunk.
On th floor of th room the police
found mora iny.ii a doseu empty beer
bottles. Mr. Hutchinson thught his '
fsther-ln-law must have sat on drink
ing alone afler he left.
On th way to the Orand avnu po
lice atatlon Mr. O'Ctllaghan had to ba
assisted hy the police. He wa o much
under the Influence of drink he could
hardly walk.
He wa rubiuently arraigned before
Magltrut McOulr In th Oat Ave
as Court and hld Dendlna the outcome
of his wife's Injuries The doctor aald I
they wer.- probing for the bullets and I
thought the woman had a chance of re. I
covery.
or Killed kr Asia.
An unldenUtled boy about five years
old. was run over to-day by an auto
mobile truck, at Klrit avenue and Fifty
fourth street. He wa taken to PlOWOf
Hopltal where he died.
For Garden Parties
it is as popular when iced as
punch or lemonade. Costs less.
WUiiftose
CEYLON TEA
Uniformly Excellent.
ishits Rom Coffee, Only 35c. a Peead
MERCHAN
SHOOTS
HIS WIFE IN DM
FATE OF "SQUEALERS"
CLOSES NO. 5011 'SUPS
EI
Man From Sin.y Sing Refuse
in Testily Against Pal After
Betraying Him,
1
w'.in la No aiill at Ulna I
Charier n.
King, knoM w ist
hapie:i to ,q:iel
er" in lb grim iron woril where he
is spending r.mr years, He remain ban
how one man had UtottaH IroU poured
"b accident" on Ma feel, he recall
thl ce of another, only iaat week.
UPM whne ftStd a hea . fish-plate
d popped m: Ii rlongly
So' Cfff hll llos re anted to day wiien
Astlatant Ditrict-t,orney lluckner
called him In th wltflBM tan l befora
Judge MulQUBBII In Part ii. QtinsrSl Bfff
sions, to testify against Chester Vales,
aivue I of iinvleg heen the principal in
the crlni" for Which II " is now serving
time the iheft of s7.mm worth "f bond
from aged Aaron Bancroft In the lobby
nf 1 he Prodaei BBC haa a safi deposil
vaults
Hoss
prison
in ict. is. ML
was brought down from
Cue. la and had made a
the
full
statement of Yates's alleged complicity
in the robbery. The convict had told
lluckner Yates wm the brains of the
chnie. tht after the robbery ihe had
fled to Colorado and California, where
they d;poed of the bond.
When Ilo-s had ix-en sworn, the first
question put to hint wn. "Do yon know
I Ihls man ' Huekner pointing to Yates
as he asked It.
"I nev saw him before," answered
the art t nasi with 'he gh lay, white,
shaved head HI eyes narrowed and
ills lips tensed a he braced himself for
I the sinry he war to tell
"Didn't vnu make a rull t Menu nt to
j me about the rnhhery. wherein you aald
1 litis ii,-'cm.! w-as the one who eng'.-
neered It and tho sale of the bon is suo-
1 sciuently ?"
"Xo," the w..iic answered stolidly.
"Didn't you plead with me that If
Yates were convicted he should he sent
la Dannemora Instead of Sing Sing, be
cause you were afraid he would kill J Oil
for a 'squealer'?"
Again the man wl-.'h the shaven f.utc
denied. Huekner ordered him from the
stand In d!.sust and he wa locked up
again la the Tombs.
"Didn't yon tell me laat nlgiit that
two tuuealcra were nearly killed In
.Sing Sing with a pair of sclsior. and
that another had a heavy Iron plate
dropped on hla heaif" was another
question V Buchner naked noes.
"I don't all that." MM ROM.
Brothers Hart In Auto.
Three brothers, Edward. Jack and
orrin All fan of No. 19 Bloomlngdal
1
venue, Garfield, N. J., had a narrow
eaearo from death thla morning, when
I on automobile In which they we-e rl l-
I Ing skldrlcil ana crasneu inio ine euro
1 A 1 were unpen inio ine sireec anu
severe, y injurca. nay "tn smsvi 1
a hoapital.
FRECKLES
Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Ramova
Them Wl.h the New Drug.
Aii ssuasai skiu sriilan pkssUj ejaeejel
- .1 ,j ..thine ,1, Mil.1..' l'i, .'Ii. Whl.'ll 1, Ml
iiinforuil) sncesiful in leniiiuii lie,kl sn,t fiv I
ins s .lesr. beautiful oosuarisM laat .t i, v,ld
St BISSI lltt'aisu llmg Stores nndir sn tDSM He I
lusisi.tsc S refund IX ru.a,. i if It fdj.
Ii.n'l Mil' row freeVle Meter i.il. get sn
n ines of otllln snil rsai .v' tl.sm hen the flr!
niaht't una irill slmsi s un,di'i1 ul ime i .m,hl.
vims "f "I' llg'iter fr'H " ,'l" ent.rfly. ll I
I, sbsnb't'lj birnli'Ss. snd PSSSSl mjurv tli muxt
K'tara'U u ninr il'essnsn Dras "tn" for
th itmibls -' otlunr; It I thii tlist Is a, Id .
on ths monrv MWrl t'.isrsnt".
IPEMMY A rOUNQ taROnTl
WEEK-END COMBINATIONS
FRIDAYS AND SATURDAYS ONLY, 99C
ccssnlNUTIlW Mf 1
COMBINAl IUIN INUs 1
Dal
B5T r.lllns lo take the longed for
SIIIH I ns.' -------t-.V--.i
-., i ..kllMtv asm tn ae-ctl
SPttiAL FOR FRIDAY. AtlC. 9th SPECIAL FtfRSAURDAY, AUG. lOlta
r,EWpjRT STYU CKIAMS ASSORTED CREAM fD ALMONDS
""',,", ". Vii. inerlal will A . a sweel. aholesome ul- -SJ afsa
TlSwhefe. PWt'WnBOX V where. I'll! Nl IIO
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
(OCOLATE COVERED CRLAMFtY TOASTED MARSBM ALLOWS
I ARAMILS Ihe I fermula im s., marshniadlow, earrfull, toasted
oV,.e Taramels makes Ihem stsod In a ullll almost melts, then rolled In
ESS S themselves, and the drlli luil- .hredded SBSS St, BSUfcll unlit rrlsp
ue. of the rhw elate ''"i,,r,Jl Jew.""" and arOWB. Our ,egular n j
eMualled. our regular -' " OgT Slh-g ZraP
ovda- Hiisiiniix J., niiMiHW
"OFFERINGS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
ABORTED Mltli CR0C0L.AIEvH.tfLb I. A I. BONBONS AND
ASiOKItJi miLa vsi- CH0C01AIES OR ALL CB0CO-
I. . single has OTt lH$ only the best tngredteni.
eeinplete ,.rl,lT of our aaatBSW )h,.,r .feetlol... with Ihe
choeoi.te igasialsi I'aall Bad all roar JJJjK ,,',, ,. (f,r rati lh ut in
fan, rite here more giiodn" lhaa hulesoinenes. iurll and drill .,u.-
sr 404 39c B39fEr $ l .00
ro 1 so is, v e-e-T I i'ii k ii. 1 in 1 1 m
"TNlrktiea-HnTTtrTuTnuTI
itlljiierjljirejoeeji-alor
MILK CL0C0L rlTE CuVEHED flJ!!iJ&$Z
MARASCHINO CHERRIES cAlJ ' WST U
Luscious, ripe chprrlen, fnlrly fj VXK ?(?!f',NAS?An
floating In tlu-lr own enerOUS 'F,of 06 BROADWAY
Juices, pri'servr-d carefully iiu'ldoa W Sr S la, 'ua'el'eZii ,
shdll of our Premluru ifii,i-f-T-.-..,f I
Milk Chocolate. DQn Th. ,, in,n weight m ..h in. isms in
POUND BOX ' eludes in coutaiu.r.
BANKS
MOOSE MEN GIVE WOMEN
A VOTE IN THE PRIMARIES.
1
Hair so to l) Represented by
Delegate! al Coming si:iiir
i lonvsMitrohi
It wan aniWUSetd lo- lav at tile head- I
BtMrten t 11" v.iti : FrasftMlv
FaH) unit tin- mi itc Csnvraiten wnM
he held In Sir:, 1, on TlMrffday and,
I'M la-. Kent. . Blt4 S I;. will be made
Bp of icn d1PltM and ten alicinates
from Asembly Dltrci. or ap-
proxlmattl) i'.noo nun ind women.
i.iiiniy Chairman have been In
structed to ee tiiat women members or
th l'rou cs..e Psilv arc sent ss de-
lsgatea fi rm th. ir Counties, and that
women who hive enroll.. I. or .1 "'n
to eninil l.i the Part)', be admitted to 1
participate ;n ll rwlmir'o whe'evcr
held. The plan for th" ne ..ssiry prl
marl and com etitloiia la Hie various
Agacinbl) Dinict are being formu
lated and will he issur.i early next
week.
The Pro ft etonal state CommHta of
Iht party extended an Inv.tatlon 10
tlov. Johnson of Cillfornl.i to he Its
guest nt the State Cnnvenilnn.
ITCHING EVERY MOMENT
DISTRESSING" ECZEMA MAY BE
QUICKLY BANISHED.
Trv this Remedy at Our Risk.
Eczema i seen in so many form
that any itching eruption is almost
certain lo lie this disease. In the
acute ta?e the itching is almost mad
dening, ns it does not give one a
moment's peace.
Our Dfw .-kin remedy. Saxn Salve,
na devised to meet the need for a
rcnllv trustworthy und scientific
treatment of skin trouble-.
Saxo Salve not only stops the ter
rific itching at once, liul also pene
trates the skin pore-, reaching the
very root of the disease with its beal
;nc Kcrm-destrcying, power.
Von will be l'th ttrpri-ed and de
llghlcrl to sec how the eruption lie
gins to dry up and disappear after
the fir-l few- application.
1 1 is splendid for children as well
a for adult", und wc give hack your
money if Snxo Solve doc not Mtitfy
you perfectly.
All Kiker and negenian
Stores in New York and
Brooklyn and at all drug
stores where this blue
and white sign Bs
is displayed.
POPULAR
ONE -DAY
OUTINOS
Lake Hopatoong
$1
tVSV SUNDAY
AND HOLIDAV
Leave Wet 23rd St. Si a.m.
Leave Liberty St. BOO a.m.
Maueh Chunk
NEXT
9150
SUNDAY
Leave West 23m Street 6.20 a.m.
Leave Liberty Street 3.30 a.m.
Clothing
For Ladies and Gentlemen
on Credit
No Deposit Just $1 Weekly
22743Ave. I 7wl4tHSt.
Hrt. iflBd iib I Bet. nan tvs.
Ol'EN Til l- 7 I'. M ; SATt'KUAV. Mil'. M,
Y
I trade dark )
lonslats of one. pound bus eaeli 01 ine
odbmlng; Ten-f enl SipeelaJ. Milk ClnWO).
iXx:;
sweets with joii on your week-elllt trlp II a
i.i. ... ... aak.
r f .ill lit)
ft
Clean up Salt
For the Balance
of the Month
Jiii an opportunity
each dollar you ipend
lo make
here lor
footwear cuy ;i niucn as a
dollar and a hall usually does.
Twlci a yctr 1 dean up stock
Uigusi and Pabruary. Now is
your time. I rtlUtl liave space
to examiiiv' (all stock ail my
regular stock Ol dimmer fool-
wear is rraucca in price oniy.
The rime high Krade stnjk
Sft.oo. gjoii and 1AM Hiack and
mJ I
all
Ian Vlgl Kid, Black and I'an Q
Gun Metal. Patoi't '.alt. lace am
indd
A?1
button shoes and nindv sin
nd dnuhl.- s ilr. egp and plain tors,
not ill sum in any one stvlc. put
all siifs in the lrncs of to.ks. now
sflling St
$2.00, $2.75. $3.00, $3.50, $4.00
Sold Nowhere tltc
John M. Forbes
sNor. i ov. i at i Tom
6 West Broadway
SKAk VKf:V SIT It Kg r
221 Greenwich St.
NKAH At.l. PKIBIRS AJfD Tt'BKS
MltV Volt',; CITY
Send tor CataJogue. ,
Stomach Troubles
Diarrhoea
Dysentery
Cramps
Cholera
Sunstroke
Malaria
and all other summer complaints
can be prevented and relieved by
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
the one remedy
that has been
used with con
tinued success:
the standard of
purity and excel
ience since I860.
Sold IN SEALED BOTTLES ONLY
by druggist,, grocer and dealeri every
where, or shipped direct for $1.00 per
large bottle.
Th Dtaff MsltWsiak; C.,IUcfar,N.T
PEMBROKE 2 In. CHATHAM 3 la.
This correct closed -front shape
has the UNOCORD "SNAP-ON-BUTTONHOLE.
Sirnpae to adjust -it
snaps on and off with
ase aad will net
stretch bos heeek.
Si
Ide Silver Collars
Two fee Twmty-ria Cent a
by actual tests have proved they
last longest in the laundry.
Ample Scarf Space
exo r roe a CO, ktskm. trov. n. t.
For lelic:itc, appcliz
ini; flavor in soups or
salads, add a dash of
Same
Its grcut for meats,
game or fish, too. 10c.
At (irorers and l)rlicatr.eii Storei.
Ifftdl by E.Pritrhafd.SJrllKpringSt N.Y.
MEN
AND
Ki 1:ir tft , c , Tiya UpOD
thf mlOil. tlln e.TI gll
Icsams Bmbitlrn; Waul v.
Vlffnr and .'-.: ,.;.ean gVuOQ
OBI A U PM dlsapiMl wlito ll,. kldn. ,
IlUI'ltl" . , mil of order or .IIsm.I.
Ker .sl SSS 1". KUmsr's Swsai.-Koot.
the past rltlssj tsmsdJ- At druggUu. I BSB 1.
I.nttle hr mall fat, sh SSSBtMel.
,dTM, Dr. Kilmer P "' ""' " g T
OICEOl
It 11 1 1 . in W.dnes.lay. Aug. T. ISIS.
MAItV URICB. S( Of Andrew ll r
Kunral from hr 1st rldac.
ISO Bast SOth st.. on Saturday. Aug.
It at ao A. St. : thenes to tho Church
ol gt Ignatius l-oyoli. I'srk av. and
4th st. IBtSnBOai
M ' I OHM VI Is At '"J 'h KI KA
MeCORMACIC.
Servlie.. Aug. 10, 111 A. M from Bt.
jaasph's Chureh.
M U'SHK H. - At her resldell . 4iV7 LMi
Inst, .ii av.. Brooklyn. Aug. s, Iglt.
M ARY M NKH'r: l nee Cmpb)ll, WlgOW
, w 1 1 1 iu it, laha Laaini Hi Klos,
fuaarai Saturday moralag. Aug. in.
from lier late restden'-s. II. .10 n'-locK;
thoiiee i" the chureh of the NatlvltVi
mh, iiHiin st. an.t Classoa sv m a. af.1
where ii mass of reqiii.in all lie offered
fnr lh.- repnse of her soul. lni.'rinsnt
Calvary m,i,n .
AGENTS WANTED.
shims WANTgn " rkMslesit oat tdstrhstng
roaiaiasj Is-nt peet.altlo .,rr 'i.-,-i big
ni'llliy I" VMMWSSS BUMll aaly nisi, r.lltbl
S'-nl '1 a My. OIL- Sseopj 1 T-S W 1 i;Vt ' , I
HELP WANTED MALE.
Lltll KLAYKKs, rut ,ist; JU luik
SPI'V inr I "r iie;,iioiie, n. t
Sup! , I'. KitUr Uidf. Cu . C-aual
afaWl
gal : SgggaV laFg.ggP. Wt
aa.
1.. T.-
kUo, ay
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