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tnstrurttnns. Walt'ng at Hot Swr lags
for Wlntman'e man. S.
Couneel for Lieut. Itacaer flle with
Judar Mulqueen in itor eohnOdnouo
brief in support of tloelr motion to
aiami : the flint degree murder (ndlrt-
mrnt ml for permission to IMPwal the
Clean I .rv minutes Becker maSitalna
tilt attitude af alienee In the 'remln
nil dues no: appear to ba worried over
the arn-et or Srhepps
SCHtt S PROPOSbS IU TELL
WHOLE TRUTH TO WHITMAN.
Jar Bone iia.i told th new uno.ei rs
aa in hii aonfaaalnn to t)i Vow York
OOOCUtor, an't has tried lo net re In
!..: inn I will nut siaml for II When
1 got hark to New Tor I niraf In laB
Aviiinnaii the -ntlre Irtith. Itn eon"!
give m? the worat of IU"
Th'ia declare.' Sim rtchepps m-dat '0
lint Sprtrtga He denied vigorously that
had m-iile a confusion.
A Ming on Iniormntlon from Mit
ptlngs. Ark., that Ham BchnPwO, ,r""
Inlnn: Koeenrhal murder prisuitff. Il
ailwM m c 1 1 1 n of the "HytmH Will
"get" him fore ha reaches New "or.
tne Dletrlet-Attorney has entirely
nurflJ the I'.vlice iJeftartmenl In ilia Ml-rangemr-tts
for returnlnx Mrhevne. lo
thl Otty. Thua far the I'oll'e INil'ill
ment baa not hean officially notified by
the LMotriet-Attnrney of a lieppe'e ar
rest. . ., ..m . r h haan aent by tho Tol. o
Depirtnwiit lo llot Springe with in
atructlons to get Hohepps. and It la
doubtful If the Hot Sprlima authorities
would turn the prteom-r orer to any
body but i ripreeentattve or the I'ls
trli-t-Attorniv Aaslstunt IHatrlel
Altorney Hutsm and lalctlva Holir-t
Stewart of the 1'iwti ! : AttornejTa af
fee left for H"t Springs Haturdny niglit.
and, If they m ike scheduled train ron
ne. Hone, nhould reach their deadiinl.un
to-da.
It la rofaaftatl Ihat the IMetrflct-Al-tuiuey'a
li,mriiiatlon aa lo the h hern
uta of Hern pes rente from Harry
Vallon, ana of tho thraa Inforniera
locked up In taw Waal Hide prison. La4
tara found In .-' Ik - poaaaaa on allow
that fea waa In i oninninti ailoii Willi
Jack Moee and asked Roaa to "wrlta
me. word fur word, what you expert
from ma."
A aenaattnn.il atatement male by
fiooappa la Ihat flva Maw York de.
toctlvao had bim practically In i-uatody
la Mulllvan County, mora than two
waaka tfa. and allowed him to earape.
Tula la betn lnveat!aatad by Deputy
Commlaalonrr lJwua-berty.
Klstric I-Atiumey Wnltman. althouah
be returned from hla country home n
Vermont to-day, did not appear at hla
office at hla uaual time' Over the lele
phnno he aald he would not be down
until I o'clock.
"I am gathering Important Informa
tion." volunteered Mr. Whitman, "and
may nave aoanetblnaj to aay when 1
tee -h my offlce."
3CHEPP8 3 LETTERS EXCITE IN
FORMERS IN CELLS.
For aome reoaun beat known to them
aelvea. "Ja.k" Hote, "Brldele" Webber
and Harry Vallon, tlie three Informer
In the Waal aide prlaon are greatly
wruugnt up over the arraat of Ham
Bchrppa Their aaTitaHan apptarj to
'autre over the dlaoovery In Hchepp'a
po ket of a letter he received front
, aaklng ti'.m to corroborate Rose a
. unieeal n. and a letter Hcheppa aai
about to tnall to Roaa, In whleh Hcheppa
aaka, 'Why do you want me la uor-r-.i,
.rau tloaT '
All three of the ptiaonera were too
Indictment of Two
Inspectors Is Assured
It wa aald to-day at tho office of District-Attorney Whitman that
evidence aufflclent to indict two police) Inspector of KraftluH hud been
collected and would ahortly be uresviited lo tfca tiraud Jury.
It waa further aald that evidence wan ylllnti up against other police
OeMaJg bjsjh dnilan offloer of the department, holding, a position hu1
ordlnate to Commissioner Walilo; a lesser civilian official of the Police
DwpsMltnent, and three other pollco Inspectors.
Arrangements are being completed, It waa said, to delve deeply Into the
worldly poeeeealims of these aoven men, whoee rweni piirehaaee of properly
are to be examined and whoee bank accounts for the pat year are to be
gone over It waa aald that aome of the officials under aukplclon have made
rwegU withdrawal from their banks but thai surli procedure will avail
moan Bowing.
It waa also stated that the five In
eeeelor have pooled Issues, and have
Waa arranging a Stu.ggo retainer with a
fa of lawyera, the head of which firm,
. a RepiibUuaa politician, waa once on
friendly term with Mr. Whitman
MO POLITICIAN IN CASE MERE
LY FOR FAT FEE.
"Tou muet make It clear that thla
politician comae Into thla ease aolely In
hla legal capacity." said The Been lag
World'a Informant "He la after the
big fee Ha wee not connected with the
grafting, nor has It appeared so fnr In I
tan Investigation that any polltlolan of' helng Investigated, very little Infrina
elther pol'tlcal party waa ooimected ! as forlhcoinlng, except Lht one
with the h ldlng up of gainliltng houses, believed to have an Interest In a
dlaorderl; houses and other sourcaa of! Brooklyn restaurant and salami, while
lUegal Inro.ne. the other has downtown political con-
"It la thla particular feature of the 1 "actions which are now being looked
preeem Investigation which causee It to Into. Thase pollilcal connectlone are
dlBer Irom condlllona at the tme of the of hla own making, an I are not In any
Lexow and Maaet tnqulrlee Into the , way associated with lleadquartera
Hystem.' or oorrupt alliance between the 1 Aa to tho two civilian oftlclala of th-
isii, . ,ii i crime. i run naiiu j aa
nilnlt.lt alion, politicians were shown to
Ine door, and It waa this procedure
which led a great many good persons to
close lie r area to police uuudli.ons all
over the city.
" 'Did he not turn away Ulg Tlmr or
Why. he infused U appoint so and an
against the order of Charley Murphy,
did he not f were d'.ed all over town as
Inatances showing that politicians had
no .ml in, .tn Waldo. Vet all the
while, under his very nose, and ao far
aa known, quits wltnout hi. knowledge,
there waa created
ring in the police
department which .talked through the
underworld mere boldly and ereeenle
ifca. 0V wo. done In the POlrnMOt
Arcuiding to thle Informant, on. of
the police inspectors used a Very pipes
relative In hla gambling graft collec
tion.. In the dlaorderly houae collec
tions another man waa uaed, and thla
man haa been talked with by a repre
sentative of the Dtatrlct-Allorney and
hla atory will be furthcoming at the
right moment.
letSPECTOr. SAID TO BE DUMMY
FOR FELLOW OFFICER.
With rcspeot to a eecund Hiapector, It
was raid, that be waa largely a dummy
asr nnotfcor Mojoo isojarsnr.
nerrotie t alt attll rrsterder. Ther
rrfl and reread the aewspaper IMMN
of rVhippa'a arreet. Owing to tha trl'-t
prloo-i rulee Siey were IMMl to get
any Information from the outage,
None of them slept more than half
sn hour at a MOM loot night. Ther-
sent for the morning pepors i.efore
daylight Max L Rteuer. aUMifJel for
Webber, rea 'hed t M prion at o'clotk
In a touring car.
Mr Sicurr a.iM ha had rr rlvrd a
telegram laat night from Webber aak
lng Mm to oall at onre The telegram
renrhed the lawyer In the country,
ahere he waa apendlng the week-end
with hla wife. It waa eo urgent In tone
tint Mr. Htauer did not even go to hla
homo to leave Mra. Hieuer on reaching
town, but drove lv to the prlaon,
wher he dtsmttaod the car.
A newspaper clipping giving an ex-
trart from Hchappa'a letter and also a
tele I . , n whlrh ft hrppe, declared
Ihat ROM and Wehoer had not given
the DiKlrlot-Altorney a ' straight" con
lagglOfti huh rent to Rows In his cell
with thl request that he rnmrnrnt nn II.
Hoae aent m k word tliat he had nulh
int; 'o say.
DOUGHERTY WILL BREAK MEN
WHO LET SCHEPPS GET AWAY.
lieputy rullre, Commlaelotier 1 lough
erty begnn to day an Inveatlgallon of
the charge, made by Ham Brheppe to
the police nf Hot Hprlnga, Ark., that
rive New York detectlvea allowed him
in eeegpa rrOfg a retreat In the Cntn
klU The rirat thing tiougherly did
mi hla arrival at Polite Headquarters
to day was to confer with Commie
sinner VValdn and make an appoinl
iin nt tu aee the I Mstrlct-Attorney.
I'd hate to think that Scliepps's
charge Is true," aajil Uougherty. 'How
ever, hla atater&wtlt Is aueceptlbie of
close Investigation.
"As I understand It, he clalma to
have been hiding In a gymnasium In the
Cauakilla when five Central office men
entered and una lifted a cloth under
which M eeps waa hiding and asked
'Who la this" and Hcheppa replied 'This
is Smith,' whereupon the detectlvea
went away and allowed him tu eacape
In a motor car.
"It ilnen t aound right to me, but If
Any policeman Is mixed up In a thing
like that I'll break him. I can't under
stand Low detective would allow a
-hanctt of promotion, auch aa would fol
,ow the capture of richrppe. to slip by."
Dougherty profeasea to he well satis
fied with the capture of flcheppn, even
though the Police Department had no
tiarul In It. He expreesed himself as
Pleaaed at any arrest in the case, nn
matter how H Is made.
It la aald Dougherty Is now anxious
lo have hla men Ket "leefty Louis" and
'iyp tie Blood," the only suspects still
el large. Of the ten prisoners In custody
charged with complicity in the murder
of Herman lloaeutltal, the police have
captured only four loula I'lbby ami
William Ship.ro. the owners or the gray
murder car, "Whltcy" Lewie and "Dago
Frank" Clnsflcl.
DETECTIVES ON STILL HUNT
OR -HARRY SMITH."
Central office detectlvea awarmed
the vicinity of Third avenue and four
teenth street to-day, looking for
Harry Smith," the man through
whom Hem Hcheppa carried on corre-spondV-nde
with frlende In thla city
' ii 1 1 lit lecelved hla mall In the cigar
atnfe and billiard room uf Hamuel
(ioldateln. No. 113 Third avenue, a
few doore north of fourteenth street
ffl
name i. !,,,.,, h,,i, word In the depart
ment. The latter la one of the old
"tagers. and, aa a police offloer. ranks
in erriciency second to none. The so
called dummy Inspector was formerly
dire, tly under his patron, and he waa
said to have won his advancement be
cause of his still tongue and hla not too
'five brain In Intricate nogotletlone.
Both master Inspector and servant In
tnaotor nra Involved In the Quest of the
'letrtrt-Attortiey. according lo Infer ma
II"" given to The Evening World.
Concerning the other two lnsnartnre
i once Department who are being
1 joked Into, no Information whatever
as to be had at the office of the
District-Attorney except that Uulr re
porteil cotinecilon with the graft sit
uation was being gone over moat thor
oughly. sir. hitman has said from
the
Slat l that he nnin.i...l ft. ..I...-
...!., .. v. ' ., . ..." l".
- es-wsm i. " i. ii i.i si a n ci
then prooeed with hla i..ui,v i.
-r.fi conoitlona. Hut the wo arma of
his Investigation run so together that
the fOOtg with fOOpOOl lo the graf.
lnq;j.ry sukasee. Ih. ,.,
, the murder Then. too. he bag looked
' , ,h. .,,, oBl
mitr4, and that he la d.s.ppol, ,
o Hi the ..lowing luey have mad. Duia
th. Issue mildly.
INDICTMENT OF BECKER FOR
GRAFTING IS PROMISED.
It waa said at the offlce of the 0 stria
Attorney mat u.ut. Uharlee Booker,
now under Indu tmont and In the Tomba
for the murder of KtejOQglhll. ill be
lnd.cteil .Ito for exiortlon. but that
when mnk Iftdlfttfaoal . brougfhi li win
Include the names of other official of
the l'ollee Uepartment with whom
Barker shared the dirty proceede. The
two police Inspectors who ars now aald
to be twpolooou larolved In graft eator-
T HI 1VIN 1JSG WORLD, MONDAY, 'KVQTJB1
YES, SUH, MAYOR
FIRST CLASS, NOW!
Three Husky Terbaccer Grow
ers From Olc Kaintuek' Briru;
Him a Real Plug!
Three stalwart young Kentueklans
who conduct a large tollmen plantntlnn
In Oarrard County rnlled at the City
Hall to-day, the t.illeet member nf the
trio carrying a lame twist of plug to
bnncn. The tobarro groware had read
recently that Mavor tlaynor stopped n
laboring man In the Oily Ifnll I'ark and
"borrowed" a chew of fine rut.
It H pence, speaker for the trio of
tobacco growers, aald, aa he exhibited
the twist plug, a piece as long aa his
arm and as thick ss a young barrel:
"We noled In the newspapers that the
Mayor took an occasional chew and re
cently stopped a laboring man ami
asked for a bit or tobui co. Well, when
we got our crop In Wa selected the
finest of our tchacco, bad It twisted In
plug, and we ere now- going to give It
to the Mayor. We think the Mayor of
New Yo. k ought to have aome real
good tobacco and plenty of It when he
wants a chew. Thla tobacco Is prize
winning Hurley and oM'l de best, 'e
hope the Mayor will enjoy our Ken
tucky brand."
Secretary Adanison. In the absence of
the Mayor, urceptcd h "plug," gaym!
the MayOf would do Ultima be pleased
with the gift.
SHOT MAN DEAD IN DEFENSE
OF HER HONOR, WOMAN SAYS.
NASIIVI1.I.K. Twin . Auk. U.fltMOt
InK, uric claim lo di-Ori.! lx-r honor,
Mm J. It. Alton, a Widow, .WOOtjMWO
ynri oM, to-day klllml WIMIhtii KholT. i
a few yearn her nwilor, In the hull of
tier home Iminellattly uflwvf.ir.l fcln
Allen Nurrwulert'il iuil wiih mini' I toil t '
110,00 bftlt, A few dajri Rgo, Mm Allan
rlalnut. Shoffvr RtlMkfti her. i
ijip-ntly, he denmndi'il that thiy he mur
Hott, Mra. Allen Mjr nhf rvfu4. To
day, nhe hi v Hhorfer tel nlKinel to her
and declartd thdt uiiIi-mi mIih WOllM con
viit to a ntHlillnic he would kill her.
Mil Alien armed hwnelf himI WbM
Shoffw rum' Into her honne he flied.
a i.t'M s v. run in hay.
Sue rlees Sua sets.. 1.08 Mi'in Mts...
INI .M I N I HTKA MSI II PS.
IIUK Ti DAY,
trios. Kntlerlam. Mirths Wuhlnfti.ii
Cotoama, Tilerine. Alsiets.
firslalaf. rtotterdsss, ('liti-sgn. Hsire.
Irsllsns. Keillle.
ol 'lVii UNO ST K VMSIIll'rt
I vil. CD Tii DAI.
Htrsmirr, lsrsmrllMi. I'm. i lane.
iii. i ueeeea, uruuasirk. ruint Cunifurt.
lion and are aure to he Indletert are ron
cerned apirt from any moneya whirli
Herker may have i-ollected and ahared
with ofrteiala lilghor In tlie dspartment
than hlmaelf.
Hut theri Is n stroyig llkeliliood that
a new movo will be msde rrom the bjSm
of the DtalfCCt Attoi M y's offli n with
raapeel to a rounding up of the eaah in
the poaaeSsKm of the other Involved
seven ofaVdali or the Polloa Derartment
t IrTs been N gleet ed thnt Xlr. Whlttnun
aend nut a Blanket call, aildren.vd to
every hank In the ( ounty of New Vork,
demanding Ihat they produce forthHllh
the aoaounl t4 any and all of the aeven
suspei-led fiol ee offlrluls.
Mr. Whitman hits refused to dlsiuss
in ad van of what p raced nag he win tax.-
to get hold of the taolg ns tu the
wealth of those Involved In the present
Kraft lll'lillty. lie does derUr,'. both
OrWatel) and putdlely. Unit kg Is cnu
to the holtom of the wnole mess, no
matter who Is hit. or uncovered.
SCHEPPS' S AGED MOTHER
STILL LOYAL TO SON,
WHO IS "GOOD TO HUH."
A sad-fared, tearful, aged woman an
awered a ring ul the door of the
Srliepps apartment. No. fA'i West One
Hundred and Korty fourth street, to
duy and said she was Mrs. Kebecca
Kchepph, mother of Sain Scheppa.
"Oh, I don t know w hat to think
about my on, or to believe gbotlt htni,''
she exclstmcd. "1 know he always has
tieeii a good anil to me In every way.
So many lies have hern I Ok, and printed
about my smi that 1 don't know wliut
to believe atid whal not to believe. Hut
I'm going to sec him Just as sonn as
can'and tell him no matter what trou-
hie he may find himself In that he can
depend on his mother tn stand bv him
"My other son. John, who makes his
home with me. .. , gone lo the lns -
trlct-Attorney'a office in llud out Imw
lung U will be before 1 can see him."
Mrs Sciiepps was asked If In r son
had communicated with her In any way
since his departure from the city after
the Hoscnihal murder.
"No. That Is. not directly," she re
plied "1 only knew Ihat he was not
feeling very well and that he had gone
away for hla health. I knew nothing
of his plans before he went away or
wnat In- intends to do now. lie b is toll
tile nothing
I hi. affairs n connection
with this terrible murder. If he Is
I k0ted with it. an. I I can .nl hop,, and!
' Urav that all Will collie out '.i lha
us.
i -
f 1 was surprised to lean
I l?.1? ES !'.:
' I
w
'hat 1 am a hroken-hearied old
oman.
GAYNOR KIN CHAW
Toasties served for supper, almost every night,
How "The Memory Lingers." dreams arc always brigut.
Wake up in the morning feeling fine and gay,
Breakfast on Poet Toasties, liappy all the day.
One of the .10 Jli lea for whlrh the Posltini Co.,
llatlis Creek, kinh., iaid tlOOO.UU tu June
Where 300 Passengers Escaped
From Wreck in Park Ave. Tunnel
1
' II 'Ha B
aaaai HLeJggav .gggew'-PB
H Lai gaggai wlmSJ
s- KfP .B- k. ' e TeeS
gtl eaSSaw. etaWgajg 'ggs ' ''" sUd
1awT gggi e Hggl A jltt - Jl
ml aat'TMHset wFZrM m
earK-i ggL Ml gaPaam Oaaaai
af -sgW goal gggggal '
asaVaaW Wj. a) AjaOjearaBJaaF JfJ
n I
SEVEN SLAYERS
KILLED IN HOUK
(Continued from Klrst I'age.)
who hnd been with Collins dully fnr al
moat n week, giving I' to pie rontiola
tlon of supreme faith In nn tiillnlti
mercy. Collins never faltered.
Lore BM CaJII, the first of the quintet
of Mrs Mall's murderers to pass Into
the death room, then aaffli through the
corridor on tiie short fateful Journey.
The llev. Father Wlllla n K. Calkin,
the prison chaplain, and the Hev.
Homulus glmonl of the Church of tho
Moat PreOlOUl Hlood. In Manhattan,
sininorted Calll on either side. The
lue. i lie ,
ialk white !
atuuti'd Ital .in'a face was c
and hla blue llpa twltohed convulsively i
as he came through the do r and caught
-Islit of the Krlm instrument of his
destruction.
"I NEVER HAD A CHANCE,"
WAILED MURDERER.
"No chance I never had a chance."
he muttered In Kngltxh, and then, as
he was being Htrupped Into the chair,
his voice ruse to a saw-edged shriek
Salvature tl Marco's turn came next.
It was Just S'JU when he appeared
With tin two priests who had walked
to help Calll unset death the Hev.
Oubrlelle Scnufla, a missionary among
Italian Immigrants In New York, ac
companied 11 Marco.
Thla v.ctlm of the law's vengeanco
showed ao such Wen kl IHIIg as had Calll.
In a clear, firm voice he protested his
innocence.
Once mare a nerve shaken group o.'
witnesses lllid out of the death ctiamoe.
and a new set took their placee In tin
gioom. on. o more t.ic mutter al
prayer came wltli las aeemlng gggplaWil
of siiiuts from tho corridor outsbb
Flllpo di Marco ggma trvinbl.ngly tu his
doom.
Vlllpo dl Marco cried aloud hla In
nocence, Hut three shocks carried
Into execution tlio stern mandate of
Justice.
AngetO ilulsta. scarcely more than
a boy, waa the next subject. lie waa
daaed, distraught. lie said "Mesua
Christ, I hope " Then silence. Home
where outside thla Hnuare room of
eStlnotfen a dog howled Just at that
minute One of the witueaaoa gaape.1
and uollaiiaed In hla i hair.
Vlnccnzu Cong came t.ext He rul
lai'Sed ciMiiiiliitely us he was led to
thu chuir, Hie metal cruclllx druppod
from his nerveless hand and struck
the cement floor a ringing blow. The;
the blank 'etOg us the chair en
folded Ita n and ha died.
Joseph rn.'in', a brule of a man
aiel the aame who had spat at the
Judge who sentenced him, was the last
! the proceHalou of thu condemned
Fearing mat ne niignt ngni IIKa aome
I cornered animal. Warden Kennedy
l"i"l HM Keeper t onnaUKoton had ex
tra guards within call Hui as I'er
rone passed the cells whore alt eleven
c'lielemned. he called a cheery "go.Mlby
and siiuil hick nil Ami im went tu
his death with the Indifference of
atolc.
HenokliH Iniiirr Dealt.
Henry II Van liyck, a prominent law
yer of Hroul.lyn, died at hla eumtner
home at Nortlipnrt, L,. I., yesterday of
typhoid pneumonia. He was u years
old and prominent In freemasonry,
POUT Of i:u Viiltli.
AllltOKll
erne , .nrsnsn
....tie Jum.
" ! ! ! ! ' ! ! ":: . ! ! ! . . '. ! . B&!
I'""' ' .....!! I! ISsibsIIIm
oi .ieiisv run a
. leess ii i iriesBi
Vtrmsn by MRS. 0, E. rr.AMSTIilt
Wapplng M., Krankfort.' K.
N ELECTRIC CHAIR
SAYS HUSBAND SPENT $525
ON SELF AND $55 ON HER.
Ms. Irene Schrnedcr Submits Item
ized Account as Evidence of
His Extravagance.
Is.. nu,.. iL.k,.,-.l la
.onvime Jtislice Kelly In the Supreme
Court In Brooklyn to-day of the neces
sity nf forcing Will '.am Oaiir S ttroeder,
1 elelfj of the Haltlmoie and Klilo liall
Pond to pay her counsel foe- nnd alimony
heeiiuae s.ie was intltled to a se(ariitlon
after, she agkt, ho hnd p-oved "his ob-
itnacy, laaanaagi sitishnes, unwilling
neaa to belter himself, and show ordin
ary human efficiency," stated that her
husband had s-ient K!B on himself and
tK on her. As evidence of his extruvn
gan. e slie presented an IlinilaWfl account
of hla expenditures:
Hilince on wedding clothes H
llalrcutllng. cigars and tobacco.. 2
Toothbrush 1
Moving1 pictures 2
Total . IK
Justice Kelly, wlo was Inclined to
look Into the question as to the dis
tinction bet neen cigars and tobacco,
held tho papers.
GIRL GOES AUTO RIDING
AND DOESN'T COME BACK
Father of Edna M. Gray of Brook
lyn Ask;, fiie Police to
Hind Her.
Kdna M. firay. a ntetiv Bmaklva rlrl
- - - -
"'nty-nne years old, left her home at
.-o. ii UTccne avenue last Monday
evening lo go on an automobile ride
with a man whom her parents dkl not
know. She has not been seen elm e by
any member of her family. To-dny.
aft. r vain eo-irch. her father reported
her absence to the police and a general
alarm has been sent out for her.
Last Monday night a dark-visaged
young man drove a machine up to the
home of Miss liruy's aunt, Mrs. Cath-
lne llevltt, with Kdna Oroy sitting In
the sent beside him. The girl ran Into
the house to deliver a message from
her mother and there she said she was
going out riding with a friend. When
the aunt asked trfco It wae Ihat the
niece was to aOOORipanjr, the girl
laughed, said she did not know MM
very well, but that the best way I"
get acquainted was to go out riding
with him. She did not Introduce her
acquaintance to her aunt.
When she left the llevltt house the
gltl wore only her atreet gown and she
had no baggage.
TIIK TII if".
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A.M. I' M. I II. I' II
Sinitf Flunk . I,M T,ll OS0 100
tersot'a Islind .. 7 2.1 7 11 I 2s I in
Tlell lime 1.1 II .V It I'll 1 ,
0 pen Monday ft Saturday EvgsUntilv
OOl Air Allowed on all
o3 O yo Sales During August
This Heme on Ksblldllen.
1'Aki.wu
EASY PrllMENI
it ,'iptp I'n'yr dutt
i'i tdd ('hair or
U-nkn or f- I'"' "
I'arloi Hint. $ MX
Id II H ; 1
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tr or nh Hirtai
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Tftlile. Clubs.
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Catalog.
Mailed Free
Grand Rapids
Furniture
3-R00M tUTFIT
aar. $75
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SROONOUniT
2 Door; Below Kesner's
)OtJ
tgerooM mm stout TO your oooags
tJL tft
COSTS TICKET AGENT
HIST $5.60 TO PAY
FOR MISTAKE
Woman Bought Two Tickets
to Patchogue Then Had
Man Arrested.
FIiraKPORT. L. I., Aug. 12 A station
ticket agent on the Long Island Rail
road at thla plane, who made a mistake
of 11 yesterday In "hanging a K b II.
was arraigned befniy Acting Justice of
the Peace Norton here to-day, and then
discovered that If he pleaded guilty to
the charge it would coat him IS 60 add
HoneJ coets to ay-ttle the matter. The
agent was In a fix aa he did not want
tn pay 16 tin for the mistake he made.
Then It developed that the woman
iv Do made the comiplalnt agalnat hm
refused to s .,.pt the li and the case
went over until to-morrow morning.
The prisoner, Ouy W. Sin m. was
rushed yeeterday afternoon when Mrs
Maud Ii Mill, wife of Charles O. Hill,
a lawyer, hurried 'ip to thy w ndow and
bought two tickets to I'atchogue for
M cents each. The woman says she ten
dered a to hill and received only f2.l2
change from Smith. Hmllh said ho
did not think he hnd made a mistake,
but If he found that he .did when he
OOUatOd up his cash to-day he would
uladly return the 111 to Mrs. Hill. She
OOmSfetOod tO her husband and tltyn It
was decided to have Smith arreste !.
The Mills went across the street to Jus
tice Norton's 0000 and swore out Hi."
warrant.
This morning, when Smith counted up
his money, he discovered that he was
II over, and said he was willing to plead
guilty to the mistake yesterday and pay-
Mrs. Hill the 11 In court to-day, but
when he learned that the costs of the
mutter ao far amounted to t. g, he was
In n dilemma, lie silJ It was clearly a
mistake made In the rush of business
yesterday and fkOTO w-as no reaaon he
' mid see why he s.muld have to pay the
H "oats. unleOi some agreement Is
res be 1 before to-morrow a Jury whl be
asked to is. upon the matter.
HOLD UpTiRET CAR.
Armed Hun. Ills In Chlraao 1. scape
After II nb 1. 1 ii a I'axru.rri.
CHICA.OO, Aug. 12. A series of hold
up, terminal ng In the robbing of pas
singers on a crowded street a", netted
bandits moro liian IZ.aon in plunder early
to-day. Four rObbOri boarded a Wester.,
avenue street cir, near West Fourteenth
street, covered the pasacngrr with re
volvers ar..l escaped after taking IJ1 and
a watch from the oonduotor. Several
pttseruvera, among whom were women,
were forced to give up tlnlr Jewelry.
A. C. Thumm. a cigar dealer, was
chokon Into unconsciousness and robbed
of II.IUO and Jewelry valued at iJM oy
three men on the North S.de. Tie
robber, ecapesl.
IKILilAMWiyy
The toothbrush that
holds its bristles
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We are offering the balance of this
season's collection of Linen Suits and
Lingerie Dresses at very greatly reduced
prices.
James MeCutcheon & Co.,
5th Ave. k 34th St., fsUk
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sewhere. rut Nl BOX
'Irera 157eTan77ertTenTiiTtreet5
an wur snirrs u'n ssiuruwi
tviiik Chocolate Covered
fresh Peaches
i-i ! ' . :iet of frgsojh purhrs,
igjj tholr natuiattluleot. :
'kicli coailrtff or our
' -r nium Milk Chocolate).
I'Ol'ND BUX
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MKINLEY DENIES TRUSTS
GAVE TO REPUBLICANS
TO ELECT CONGRESSMEN
Telb Snators Neither Steel, Oil,
Tobacco nor Harvester Con
cerns Contributed Cash.
WAginNOTO.V, Aug. 12. Financial
operations of the Republican Congres
olonoi Commute In iK6 were reviewed
to-day for the Senate committee Invaa
tlgatlng campaign contrlbutlona by Itsp
reaentatlve William It. McKlnley, Chair
man of the Congressional Committee.
Mr. McKlnley aald that In the 1906 cam
paign he knew of no contrlbutlona ac
cepted from "big buslneae." Ha aald
't ne late II. C. Ludenalager, a Kepreeen
tatlva from New Jersey, secretary of
the committee, collected most uf the
money.
"The entire fund In i!. amounted, I
think, to about ICO.aisi," sa d Represen
tative McKlnley.
"Do you remember any Individual con
tributions?" naked Senator Clapp.
"None, esceipt my own, which waa five
or all or seven thousand dollar."
Mr. McKlnley specifically denied thot
contributions were received from per
sona representing the Hteel Corporation.
the International Harvester Company,
the American Tobacco Company or the
Standard OH Company
SENT INFERNAL MACHINE
TO GIRL, IS CHARGE.
Warrant Out for North Carolina
Van Said to Have Been Jilted
Explosion Injures Two.
ORMDNWOllOi It, C, Aug. 11 A
warrant charging Edward II. Molntyre
with sending an Infernal machine ad
dressed to MIssO He Hoover of High
Point, N. Co and whl h exploded In the
bunds of Wlllliim Unshoe, seriously In
juring him and his cashier, was Issued
to-.'.iiy by th
Mi Intyre Is
1'nlte.l tSates snthorltii
botlved to be in Ashe-
llie. S. C.
CHAJUXTTTB, N. C Aug. I2.-The nr.
rest of a HIrIi I'olnt. X. C. business
man In connection with the explosion of
g package In an express off.ee nt that
place Is expected to-day officials say
hat the mysterious package bore the
addresa of a young woman at High
I'olnt who hnd Jilted the man suspected
of sending the parcel which contampd.
hegidel the explosive, trinkets belong
ing to the girl.
VOU CAN'T DRINK A
BETTER BEER
Mian it la sostAto to auao
but if rear order I
MOERLEIN S
BARBAROSSA
TOU sJK OOMMNQ TW OUT BtUI MAK
Wa's Sees " Itaralng haa "
(or mors lhaa 00 isari.
Bottled at Iht brasarr only.
On sale al aiatt Mrs and cofco.
KAP.I. V ILL (Wild., els Dealer
Phone let i i lt-tSl Elseeotb Are.
Bryant iNw York City
W (.Ctlll IS' (j tU 7.111
Half a Century in Btuinnt
Eyesight la So Precious
you cannot afford to buy
glasses haphazard. And
you cannot buy correct
glasses at bargain prices.
Eyes Examined Without Charge
by Registered Physiciuna.
I Perfect Kilting Glaaooa, HM to 111
I With Kurai NearLetises.4.30 tolls
217 Broadway, Attor Houie
223Sitii Ave. 1 5th St. 350 Sisth Ave.. 2M St.
101 Nassau. Ann St. 17 Wc- it 42d NrwYork
498 Fulton St.. Cor. Bond St.. Brooklyn
01
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PMW,ere. FOI'NII lv Jl W
TI KSWIV'1 OIIKKIMi.
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I 206 BROADWAY
Th poclfUd wolcht In tn u Inotatico
Includea iha ooatalaar.
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HORACE WATERS & CD
WATERS
PIANOS
Founded 1845
If you v;int a sweet and
powerful toned piano
hear the Waters.
If you want an artistic,
handsome-looking piano
see the Waters.
If a solid, well-made
piano examine the
Waters.
Let us send you an il
lustrated catalogue of the
WATERS PIANOS
with reduced prices and
terms on the new
Waters 3-Year System
giving you three years'
time on a piano, without
interest.
We also offer this week
some Special Bargains
in used pianos of different
makes, all in good order.
Prices from $100 upward
and on payments of oniy
$5 Per Month.
Call Early and Examine Them.
Horace Waters&Co.
Three Stores:
134 Fifth Ave., near 18th St.
127 W. 42d St., nr. B'way
254 W. 125th St., nr. 8th Ave.
DON'T SCOLD AN
IRRITABLE CHILD
If Tongue Is Coated, Stom
ach Sour, Breath Fev
erish, Give "Syrup of
Figs" to Clean the
Bowels,
Vottf cliil'l isn't n 1 1 ii r illy cross, ir
ritnblo nnd peeviob. Mother! Kvamlm
: lie tongUOi if ronteQi it nieins I lie littlr
one's Itotkgch is dUWfiiotod, liver in
nrtive an. I its lliirty (eet of bowels
Inngnd willi foul, deeaying waste.
I'. very molher realizea after giring
rlollcioui "yrup uf Y"ipt" that thia is
i lie Utanl Igggtlvi and pliysir for chil
dren. NothinK else regulatrs thr lilll
one's tender itOOMctl, liver and liowels
so offretually. booldoi Ihey dearly love
its dollghtdtl tin laoto.
l or coiiotipalod bowel O, shifiirish liver.
hlltoilgnOM, or sour, disordered stomach,
feverishness, dlarrboon, sore throat, bad
breath or to lreak u cold, stag oue-hall
. o a Igggpoosfttl of "Syrup of Figs," und
.n u few hours all the clogged "P kStO
lOttf bile, undigested food and ronsti
pgtod mutter will gently move on and
mit of the system without griping or
u.iusea and you will surely have a well
li.ippy and smiling ehild again shortly.
With Syrup of I'igs you are not drug
ging your children. Being composed en
irely of luscious figs, senna and gn
unities il cannot be harmful.
I'ull directions for children of all ages
asd for grown-ups plainly printed on
' he package
Ask your druggist for the full name.
Syrup of l igs and Klixir of Sepna,"
prepared by the California I'ig Syrup Co.
rhfl is the delicious tasting, genuine old
reliable. Kef use anything else offered.
helpg to make a good meal
better. It given an ap
petizing flavor to soups,
meats, fish and salada.
(irocors mill Delicatessen Store-
10c. A BOTTLE
B, l'ritchard. Maker. S:l I Spring St.,
"Kwn
tn
Banuuisa eOer ot perspiratlen. akess.
lauir karmisea. aaoanls saallsil frte is
any sOfresa.
Jars, nr., . liru sss n. .,,in,..i "tnrtm.
C. F. Heeler Cos. ltOSI r.lloeMH .. phrta
.MU Ht AAHCs
Lnr At c.ii tsisi.t iunXS u ... j , 'i. ;,
eWsarrei. i.w loatbrr pesMtbaat rsisti
02(1 an.l jMsesUaaseuj usifr. raloibls i iwurr
Lii.r -tCi
ntv: papen Miie.'isll drsirnl.
0 iktreas h in
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ipW1 Wiirs. Bssnrnw OVfW
World Wants Work Wondtrt.
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