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INFORMERS MAKE AMAZING DISCLOSURES
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OF POLICE GRAFT BEFORE GRAND JURY
nithr.l'ul(lri o-tsh aed Wegeeedayi mn.
Weathee I n.ettleg te.algaH ill WMnridnri mm,
EDITION.
PRICE ONE OENT.
"DIAMOND
PI A
FOR
He Can Eat Full Meal and
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Gets the Reward.
DINNERS GALORE, NOW!
Midnight Suppers and "Soup
to Nuts" Don't Feaze Jim's
New Digestion.
Jamer Buchanan Rrsd 1 you'll know
htm a whole lot he te- nhn It It writ
Ida "OUmond T.m" P.:.-dy roiled Bill !
of bed at ( nVl cH this morning, took
nice, cool pi. its: i j'.h. ai l announce'
10 h!i Japanese vaiet that h" rnrll 1
In-lnt on the who'" work from gripe
fruit to coffee, .11 ' u!-e-n, you might
make thit three ecus InltOgd of two." I
he added, t
For "Dlemond Jim" B-dy. with .
miaVto-ordct "i-.mm;-," lus devel one I
n appetite that b feels l worth p
whole o more than th l-,.n0" "tip" he
Have J hns Hopkins Hospital. I" Bulv-I
mora, for the first squire meal he ha :
had in many moona.
"Yes, air, Mr. Bradtt e.t: Mb break
faat." volunteered h JP valet, .it Mr
Hrady's town bOUMi No. J West Klirlily
flxtii street, early thla .-nornlng. Then ,
the Jap grinned, for he remembered the
time when milk toast nave hia master
Indigestion and soft boiled eggs added
to tils wordly wos.
The boss of the St.mdird Steel L'ar
c'ompdny, owner of spversl Mb PortUMi
and many M-rcr sparklers, and dis
penser of a fortune every year, waa
a. nit the hungriest man In the I'nlted
shim until about a week ago. tie real
ly thought he was goiny to atarve to
death. Now, his Japanese valet glee
fully boaata, Mr. Urady Isn't ever going
to die
to
"He say now lie live forever," MM
the Jap thla morulng.
"DIAMOND JIM'' HIRED A DOC
TOR BY THE YEAR.
"Diamond Jim" Urady la known aa
well In 'Frisco aa he Is In New York,
nnd he's mighty well known In New
York. When he walked up Broadway
people thought the Hlngor Tower waa
hing moved. The Uay Wblte Way
paled Into darkness when "Diamond
Jim's" searchllghte showed along uppei
Broadway.
Hut with all Ms wealth "Diamond
Jim" waan t happy. He loved the good
thlnga of 111'a better than moat men.
for he had sampled them deeply, lie
could order a moot eaqulstte dinner
even when the entire menu waa written
In hotel French.
But the Joy of living waa interrupted
when he began to have etnmach trouble.
Ho went to the doctors and they luokel
grave Then they put him on diet,
but he grew oree. Ho hired a dootor
by the year, and tho doctor was hH
constant companion, who shook a
warning flngov whoo "Diamond Jim"
tried to partake of more than two
allres of milk toast. So "Diamond
Jim" grow to envy the day lanorer wno
licked hla chops after a hearty meai 01
fat corn beef and cabbage.
Aa a matter of fact, Mr. urauy
friends were really ajarmea over mm
'O Til mlon. and ao waa Mr. Brady. It
wan admitted, to-day. that when he
t tn Johns Hopkins Hosipital. in
Baltimore, ne waa a critically sick
man. Borne of hla friends ho has thorn
by thousands-dldn't believe ho would
come out alive.
The phynli-'ana at Johna Hopkins In
April diagnosed hla ailment aa an ag-
(Contlnued on Second Page.)
GEN. BOOTH FAILING;
IN CRITICAL CONDITION.
Doctorl Attending Salvatinn Army
Founder Report a Turn
for the Worse.
LONDON, Aug. 13. Hen. Booth of
the Salvation Army la critically 111 to
. . Tie has been In failing health for
a leng time but aeemed better lately.
"I regret, ' said hla doctor to-dav,
"that the Improvement baa not been
maintained."
r.uvrlchl. HII2. br
Ce. ITbe New
JIM BRADY
$220,000 HE
A NEW STOMACH
f
i
sayjgeta
111
If. ' f
"DIAMOND JIM" BRADY.
CONVICT'TYATES
Found Guilty of Burglary
Without Evidence of Pris
oner, Who Feared Hazing.
Chester W. Tates, alias "SI"' Tulm,
who was one of the gang who robbed
Aaron Bancroft, the aged banker, of
tST.OUO worth of securities at the cn
tranre to the Produce Exchange safe
deposit vaults on Oct. IS, 1911, was con
victed of burglary In the first desree as
a aeeond offense before Judge Mulqueen
In (leneral Sessions to-day. He was
prosecuted by Assistant District-Attorney
Buekner, who has been selected by
the Board of Aldermen to Investigate
police graft.
Tates fled West after the robbery and
was arrested early this summer In Sail
Diego. CfA He had fled with Charl.it
Bosa, who had assisted In the robbery
and who was captured in Winnipeg,
Manitoba, where he sought to aell some
of the stolen securities. When Boss
wait brought to New Tork he plead. d
guilty and was sent to Sing Sing tor
four years and nine months. At this
time he assured Mr Buekner that M
would testify against Yatea if he were
oaptured-
Belying on this promise, Mr. Buekner
hud Boss brought down from prison to
testify against Yates. He refused to do
so, and It I" said that his refusal wo
due to fear that If he "squealed" he
would be hazed when taken back to
Sing Sing Boss told Mr. Buekner tint
"squealers" frequently had violent
things happen to them in prii'on. Mr.
Buckner's ease ngalnsl Yates was so
strong without the testimony of Ross
that the Jury promptly convicted him.
PUT BLOODHOUNDS ON TRAIL
OF LONG ISLAND HOLDUPS.
Three Masked Italians Rob Drug
gist at Points of Pistols at
Southold.
SOTTHOLD, L. I, Aug. U.-ShenfT
Hrueh, Warden Kurey, a pack of Long
Island llallroad bloo.!houn!i and the
entlrn population of this place are
eeerchlug to-day for the three masked
Italians Mho last night, at the point of
a revolver, held up and robbed Millard
W. Oolden. a druggist, while he was on
his way home along the lonely road ami
took HI, bis fold watch and chain, a
small diamond ling an l a stick pin. The
holdup men attacked hlui as he waa
bout to croas .lorgey (eek ll'ldge,
about a uuarter of a mile from hla home.
The bloodhounds reached hers to-day In
' oharge of Warden Kurey of the River
! head Jail and I'.ey were put on the
aeeat ft tna lures masked, robbing,
nt DnnniMP. mm
ui ivuuumu unniLii
OF $87,000 BONDS
I " Circulation Books Open to All"
The Pre.. Publlshlna
fork MorMi.
NEW
PASS WOOL BILL
OVER TAFT'S VETO;
VOTE 174 TO 80
House in an Uproar as Repub
licans Protest Ruling of
Speaker Clark.
LATER ADMIT DEFEAT.
Minority Leader Mann Assents
to Claim of Democrats
Now Goes to Senate.
WASHINOTON. Aug II In the
midst of protests from the Bepubllran
side Speaker Clark to-day declared the
Wool bill passed over President Taft'a
veto by a vote of 174 to 10.
The vote was 174 to pass It, DO
again! It and 10 voting preaent. There
were 264 members In the hall. Speaker
'lark ruled that two-thlrda of those
- otlng could pass the hill.
Republicans claimed It required two
thlrda of those present, or 176.
A great disturbance followed the rul
ing. Nineteen Insurgents voted with the
Democrats. Majority leader Under
wood ms'te the point of order whloh en
abled the Speaker to declare the bill
passed.
I Motions were made to tsble the ruling
hut were finally withdrawn, and It wis
conceded on both sides that the bill
ha, I been passed over the President'
veto.
Representative Oardlner of Maasa
c.husetta appealed from the Speaker's
ruling. Minority er,ader Mann took up
the precedent and, to the amoaement
of his colleagues and the joy of the
Democrats, declared that Hpeafcer Clark
hsvl ruled correctly. Jajlner Anally
withdrew his appeal. So perplexed were
both Republican and Democrata that
Representative Vltsgernld suggea'ed that
final ruling be postponed until the par
liamentarians on both sl les could reach
decision. He said the question was of
Brest Importance and hd never been
squsrelv met. Sneaker Clark refused,
but ordered a recapitulation of the roll
call.
The "InsurBent" Republicans who
voted with the Democrats to repudiate
the Taft veto were: Akin. New York;
Anderson. Minnesota, Anthony, Kan
aaa; Cooper, Wisconsin; Davis, Minne
sota: Helgesen. Minnesota: Kent, Cali
fornia: I-atTerty, Oregon; La Follette.
WasrelnRton, Llndborg. Minnesota,
Miller, Minnesota; Morse. Wisconsin:
Norris. Nebraska; Kt-ese. Kansas,
Sioane, Nebraska; Kteenerson, Minne
sota, Stevens, Minnesota. W.trburlon,
Washington; Woods, Iowa, and Young,
Kansas.
Leaders do not expect the bill oan b
pxssed ,ii the Senato.
Baseball Scores To-Day
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
AT BROOKLYN.
PITTSBURGH
0 0 0 0 1
BROOKLYN
1 0 0 0 0
AT PHILADELPHIA.
CINCINNATI
3 0 0 3
rillLAliELI'HIA
0 0 0 9
AT BOSTON.
CHICAGO
0 2 0 0 0 2 0
BOSTON
1 0 0 0 0 1 0
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
AT NEW YORK.
DFTROIT
2 0 0
HIGHI.AMJhRS
1 0 0
AT WASH I NCTON.
CHir.AGO-
0 0 0
WASHINGTON
0 0 0
World Wants Work Wonders,
YORK, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1912.
TRACE GRAY AUTO
L
FROM HER HOME
Detective and Evening World
Reporter Find Garage From
Which It Came.
DRIVER DISAPPEARED.
Missing Brooklyn Girl Is
Thought to Have Been in
Car Seen at Coney.
In the eearnh for Hdtia, Oray. tho
pretty young girt of unbtemlahed repu-
tatlon who went off for a half-hour spin
In an automobile with a young man
not acquainted with her family, a week
ago to-day, and did not return. De-T
tectlve Kelly of Olymor street elation
to-day found a clue wtilch he felt prom
Ised results. t
By making a search of the neighbor
hood of MM Oray'a home, at No. 711
Greene avenue. Detective Kelly and an
Evening World reporter found the
Travellers' Oarage, at No. una Bedford
avenue, from wtilch a gray, two-seated
car of the type In whloh Mies Oray
went away from home had been loaned
last Tuesday morning. The man who
took It was a youth named Jank Ohrlst
mss, connented with an automoiblle sup
ply concern which baa offices In the
gsrage bulkllng. His personal appear
ance and ololhtng correspond 1n every
particular with that of the young man
who called at the home of Miss Orsy'a
grandmother, 'Mrs, Devltt, and took her
off for a ride.
Christmas left his hat and coat in the
garage. The man who called for JMIaa
Oray was hatleea and roatless. l.ste
Tuesday night an employee of the
garage saw ?hr!etmas driving along Hurf
avenue at Coney Inland with the gray
car. He had aeversl girl paaeengers.
The garage man tried to hall him to ask
ahy the osr had not been returned.
Christmas put on gpeed, ran the car Into
the Indiana garage on the edge of
Coney Island and disappeared.
DETECTIVE SEARCHES FOR THE
Ml 88 1 NO YOUTH.
The garage people, looking for the
hat and coat or Chrlatmaa, found It
hda been taken from the place. He
haa not been seen about the garage
or at hla home In Held avenue, nearby,
since then 'hrl.it mas has a wife and
child at Anbury Tark. Ha haa been
strunged from Ills wife for aome tlm
linteitlve Kelly kent to Coney Ialand
late this afternoon to try to rind some
trace of t'hrlstmaH.
No direct trace of the missing girl
has been found since she diesppeaied.
The oltngy of 'he hutch of Mt John
the Baptist In Williamsburg and the
people ot tin. parish have been aiding
In the search. But neither they, her
relatives nor Detective Kelly have hoen
able to discover the slightest tracs ot
her.
Kdna Gray's mother died about three
years ago and she went to live with
her grandmother, Mrs. Katharine
Devltt. and her sunt, Mrs. John
Kletcha, at the Oreene avenue house.
She was ordinarily a homa-lovlng girl
and her actiona were an simple and
straightforward that she never caused
her relations the slightest anileety un
til a week ago. Mrs. (itlmsrtln was
j keeping house In the absence of Mit
Devltt and Mrs. Kletcha. Kdna. who
hsd been !:tlng friends In lee avenue
' Williamsburg. came home with a
, "lender, .l.ipperly drssed man of about
thirty years, who was not known to
the aunt. Kdna chatted with him on
the front steps for a long time, before
! entering the house, laughing frequently
and not lowering her voice In a way
I to make her aunt think It was otasr
j ihan a perfectly frank talk.
"Who waa that?" Mrs Ollmartln
asked the girl, when her niece entered
th- house.
He
Is
verv nlca fellot
the gft-l
said. "I met him some lime ago and
tn-nlgb he got on I lie same car with
me, when 1 ua rutn'ng bach from
Wllllgmtburg, He has a beautiful auto
mobi'e anl l.i going to tgkt me out In
It I O mOrrOW. He lle aronnl In Jeffer
son nvente."
AUNT FEAR& HER NIECE MAS
BEEN DRUGGED.
"I eOUldll'1 go out wi.h h.m." said
Mrs. Ollmartln, "unless you know who
h. la snd that he Is n a.lv all rlaht."
'Hut I do." the gtri answered
At U o'clock In th. morning he PwUa)l
nran ran a two-seated low-bui'.t oar v.p
WHICH LURED GIR
to U cuo (,J asgaVsA ay born.
"SYSTEM'S" SECRETS BARED
Bit JACK ROSE AND WEBBER
Girl Lured From Home by Auto
Ride Thought Victim o f Foul Play
jtA -'-
a ,.n M M ' ' -'Vn W
FUGITIVE MAJANE I MAYOR APPROVES
HITS POLITICIANS
OF ATLANTIC CITY
Caught in Seattle, He Accuses
Group of Paying His Bills
to Keep Him Away.
RBATTl.F:, Wash. Aug 13-Frsnk
Majane of Atlantic t'lty, V J , who was
Indicted there a vear and a half ago
on chargea of bribery and padding elec
tion lists In a municipal election, waa
arrest'- I here by a deputy I'nlted Htetea
marshal early to-day
Ifajuti" old the deputy marshal thst
he had been in Heattle for n month He
said he went from At, antic City to
Surope, then returned to America. golhK
first to Montreal, then to Winnipeg anil
finally to Siattle. where he obtained I
emDluvtnent as solicitor for a brewlnal
comnany
He told th. officer that hi. expenses
since he left A'.lnml" City have been
borne by a group o? politicians who
were interested In seeing hltn remain
away
'There will he something doing In
Atlantic City If 1 go back," Majane
said.
Oray. who was wauling, ran on II. r
sunt tailed bef as she ran down th.
steps, and the girl went back Into the
hall.
"Do yo'i tca'lv know the yung man
la all rlgUti HlnaT she ggfcad, Vou
are sajob s Ob Id I wouldn': liave uj
go out wlti a stranger.''
"Of course, he Is all right," Misa
Oray lau.'hed. "DOTI t worry. Wo ai :
only going 'r a little rid 1 will be
hack n tu hoar.
"Wg go.ng to Coney lelan.l.
sten t nrg ' ne gakjav, a. gbi t'ppud
into lbs ar
"No," Mid the youth "I think we
will run do vn to Fat RoakgWgy,"
The tU ' wat lii'l IheTl ou' ol sigh"
and gsjthei lbs no- tn.. Ol her friends
has had the lllfbtaft word from hi if
since.
Mis Qfg ha been en .; ed fir
lhre yean a" a tlerk In lha oMea n!
th Crodkaf Oktls fompan-i , at o, va
Wll Tiilrty -first ut.-e. !, Man ntt n. S t.
began . fortnight' i i kl 10 l0 week;
ago, gnfl to i
other rl In
e' r 'up: ''. ar.1 t ,e
he ifBqg s i" mean! Id
spend tie time at home, ll-'r re,
lion in the offi'.e was ipollasl. :,nit he
was vei y popular be of i:er ;e:i..-.
a'4I :- dai'J UiWi: sUWHaMla
I "Circulation Books Open to
14 PAGES
$25,000 FUND TO
IT GRAFTERS
Corporation Counsel Watson
Agrees to Let Buekner
Work Alone.
Msvor Oavnor this afternoon signed
the resolution of th. Hoard of Alder
men spproprlallng Co.nGO for es pen see
of the commute, selected to Investi
gate giaft and other conditions In th.
Polio Department
A new - '.T In the status of counsel
to the Ablerrnenle t'otnmlttee was made
ifter a BonfafOflOe by i 'orpo ration
CoUngO Watson, F.mory It. Huokner
and Alderman II II 'urran, obalrtman
of the A IdertnaJii Inquisitors Ancord
Ing to Mr I'urrsn. the iorporatlm
Counsel
agreed to not Intert.r. 1n any
re-tn t with the work of the Inquiry
and e . 1 1 . , to th. atigageriMTit
.f
Mr Hu'-kner as an "aeslatient " tn th.
''otlllult toe, adthOUl ileslgtiatlng hi i as
a n Assistant i iggpoi at Ion t'ounsi-l
This means that Mr H ink tier will be
iiniler the Oak luslv. direction of the
alderman It nottimHteo and win not
boVO to s'jhtnit his testimony to the
flofpo ration CounjOl or have witnesses
sgamlned hy the Oorpora tlai counool,
For IgVOJI motHbii It was loomed to
dai, th' CorptgftaVtlon OotlAgO has been
gUgplclOU (hat things were not going
rlktht In police elti'le
When,
In a
re
. InlarvUw I'nl'... I I ..I.,,,-.
hi
w.iido said enthusiast! 'any "i hav, secoiul street aiui woadway.
rtlto going Hghi and n the lump! In this connection it became known to-day that the District-Attomev
in th' Police Do part moot," th. or- I . .. . . , . ,, , .
poration connool oak ad; "Ar. rgu h investigating the movements, property and cash hokhngs of a former
quite ore" Mr Watson then imparted membw'r of the Police Department who retireJ a few years ago under
ills Sllepl lotlH to tile TriUre 1'olntnlt- I , , ,. , , ,, VI . , , . t .,
.loner, woo mM he wag w.ii.i,.ng the 1 'i cloud. 1 his man lelt NtW York a short time before Herman Rosen
igmbiini oil lotion ol. soli md ihgi his ma signeJ his death warrant by swearing to an affidavit relating to his
QUadl were 'I ung OiTooHvo work. ,. ... , . , r,i.
Becontlj whon tho Corporation tioun-1 dealings with Lieut. Becker,
aol irgi informad t n a pot, re ogptaig, .tter leaving the PoliCt Department, the former official opened an
who was senditis two daiiKliter ti liar- ,. . . .... ,e . t ........
aard two "'t'- iu rie, on i nt,oM , off ice downiOWtl and devoted himself to criminal investigation. He is
r'e I kid hT" "irt rPted to be very wealthy-some estimates of his fortune placing it at
ginong i "i"' ions i propose to investi- thove ihe million maik. The trail which led to bringing him into the in
nate I kin o( other si"h Instances,
ami i prooosi 1 1 tin i out ,,ii about tiiem 1 vestigation is saivt to re promising.
I ,t,, no snnn nog pour ogptalno,
(Irnwloii s iltrle. ' W.TBI a i ear. cap
sieiid "i ....lt -"n rxj.rru.ij."
IK HI. I
u I let.
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AlL'
PRIOE
Gamblers Quake With Fear as They
Testifv Before Grand Turv Girl
?- saw w
Witness Smashes Alibi
of " Dago Frank."
" MILLIONAIRE " EX-COP i
IS UNDER GRAFT PROBE, t
Bank Officials Questioned About
Becker's Deposits of $9,000
During Month of May.
"Jack" Rose and "Bridgie" Webber were the leading witnesses be
fore the Grand Jury this afternoon in the investigation into the slaying
of Herman Rosenthal and the circumstances that brought about the trag
edy. Although the Grand Jury devoted much attention during the ss-
skm to the actual murder, Rose and Webber swore to an amazing story
of police graft that reached its climax In the gambler's murder.
The two informers were nervous and ill at ease as they sat in an
ante room with a dozen other witnesses and awaited their turn. The tO
urn omiKPrniMUKi 'Mifwwgwitf 9iw(?tonr mrn
was not disclosed, but he Is supposed to have been influenced by rumors
that ROM and Webber had many witnesses who have been subpoena?.!
have decided to content themselves with telling ail they know about (tM
murder and as little as they possibly can tell about police graft.
ROSE HARRIS BEFORE GRAND JURY.
An important witness before the Grand Jury In the murder inquiry
was Rose Harris, in whose rooms In Harlem "Dago Frank" Cirotki wns
arrested. The very fact that Rose Harris went before the Grand Jury
indicated that she had been brought over to the side of the District
Attorney by Deputy Commissioner Doughetry, in whose custody she
has been since her arrest.
Rose Harris was, up to a couple of months ago, Cirofki's "girl."
They separated, but kept up a sort of friendship. When "Dago Prank"
was arrested he proceeded to produce an alibi showing that he was at
the Hast One Hundred and Twenty-sixth street police station offering
bail for Rose Harris, who had been arrested a few minutes after Rosenthal
was killed in Forty-third street.
During the Grand Jury investigation this afternoon District-Attorney
Whitman made a final effort to force a confession from William
Shapiro, the man who drove the gray murder car. Mr. Whitman is
certain that Shapiro personally knew the four murderers whom he took
to the scene of the crime and hurried away, but Shapiro has denied he
recognized them. ; -. ipf
An official of the Lincoln Trust Company named Griflin was the
tirst witness this afternoon. He had no knowledge of the murder, and
his testimony had to do with certain deposits made by persons named to
him. Then Thomas Coupe, a clerk in the Ulks' Qub in West Forty
third street, was called.
Coupe had no knowledge on the praft subject, but he saw the grav
touring car with the murderers In the tonneau, racing away from the Met-
i'opole, after the murder of Rosenthal. The method of calling witnesses
i L. - J I. . . fWJ l ! - V .-.
i msiwcj iiwiii me tmii uiiui mc
k-barges and the actual murder at the same time.
Deputy POHci Commis-ioner Dougherty was the third Grand Jury
witness.
BECKER DEPOSITED $9,000 IS MA Y.
Before calling Mr. Griffith, who 'is also an officer of the Madison
Mife Deposit Company, District-Attomi'v Whitman learned that Lieut.
He.'ker deposited lW,(X)n with the Lincoln Trust Company in the month
of May, lr12. The Lincoln Trust Company and the Madison Safe De
posit Company! allied corporations,
PgrtleuUr attent1 lg ,s Imlng paid to
dopogllg Iliad, in hanks tn the names
of Lieut. Its ksr and other police
ffl' era during the spi lug months of
.'is vear These deposits ar. being
diet sal up aTltg statements of gam
blers as to pymsnts mud. on eertsln
4aisi and nUU (so uvnltislon tti Ja.a
EDITION,
ONE OENT.
vii.iiiu juiy was pruning uic gran
occupy the same building at Seventy-
Rose relating to sums turned over to
Re.'Mer
William J. Hums, the professional
Kraft hunter, who Is said to h.tv been
working on the gambling situation In
New York thrie r .tilths before the
Hus.nthal truulile devtluped, waa tn
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