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TBI EVKNINO WORLD, MONDAY, OOTOBIK 14, 1911.
WALDO'S SECRETARY IDENTIFIES BECKER'S REPORTS
IN A ROW
Waldo's Secretary on Stand Identifies Official
Reports Made by Becker, but They Are
Not Yet Admitted as Evidence.
There waa a treat crowd at the
Olmlnal Courts Hulidlng long before
the Becker trial was reaumed by Jus
tice aofl. There Were twenty uni
formed man and a doien datectlvea to
take cr of thla mob and herd innm
Into line or shoo them from the bulM
Ins, aa their appearance or manner Jus
unad. Capt. Tlemey of the Elisabeth
street station waa again In oommand of
the policing' of the building, with orders
from the Judge to ei.lude everybody,
wha waa not dlrei-tly connected with
the case or who w as not privileged for .
some other reason to enter the tribunal
LINED UP POUR DEEP IN THE
A Una four deep was formed within
ths' square of the rotunda, following
i i" railings about the four sides of t:.
SO'iarr. This was done to prevent any
Croups from blocking up the corridor.
and th wno would not fall in line
were swiftly hustled out Into the street,
At 10 o'clock there were men enough I
In line to fill four courtrooms of H "
lie rt the Criminal Branch of the Su
preme Court, anl as the trial room waa
thrown open the crowd stampede! tho
police guards. They fought and strug
gled and waved -alleged passes and
i-arda of admission In the air. They
battled with one another, and theyl
truggled with the policemen who took
'mid of them and hurled them back,
"hey were still milling about Ilka
renxled cattle when Capt. Tlemey col
ected his entire force of uniformed
men And swept them from ihe building.
During this period of seml-rlot the
:ulldlng was humming with gossip of
death threata against Meeker's attorney,
of threats to murder Mr. Whitman and
Is assistants and of many other.-cx-tavagant
notions that have gained cur
rency since the trial began
MORE THREATENING LETTERS j
FOR WIN TY RE.
Mr. Mclntyre came to court with more
. Iters In which he aald the life of htm
elf and the lives of hie assist-enta were
hreatened If they prevented the con
vlctlon of the police lieutenant they are port on an anonymous letter and that
tefendlng, or made inslnuulloni against ihls report waa ao recognised by the
he wife of Hose and the character of I pollens Department.
illier witnesses for the people. Court ; lup'.ying to Mr. Moss, Sheean said
.ttendants and policemen were dlacuan- that while he reiognlsed his own slgna
ng these rumors Just as earnestly end ! ture attached to the papera ha could
Ntravagcntly a the mere morbid cltl- not aw oar that the anonymous letter al
io who aero drawn to the building tf ... heO to the papers waa tha same
he acnsatlonallam of the proceeding, 'paper t iat hail been attached to tha
There was never uny such hysteria as document w.ien ho Indoraed It.
Mi at any othaf murder trial that hag
i. then place In till country.
Wehher, Benepps and Vail, in acre
brought to the ante-rotim shortly ! ore .
'0 o'clock. They had come from the West
Hid Court prison under guard, and t .cit
rustodlsns were ordered to malntuln the
closest possible gear.) shout them every
.noment they er- !:i the uuildlt.g. 8ev-
rsj men who crow led about them and
nought to apeak la them aa they were
I'eing lushed along the court corridors
v.'ars attacked by Mr. Whitman's men
and thrown bodily out of the way.
Hten igTapher Osborne, who Is :1k nn
thC bulk of the testimony, said inure
testimony wis taktn In Justice (loft's
i ourt-room last wick than waa evar
taken In the same time In any court In
tha Unlttd state-.
UOND8MEN WANT TO SURREN
DER WITNESS LUBAN.
Juat before Justice Ooff took his place
on the bench, Alexander i.uuan ami
I Is man llerkuwltx appeared In the Dig
trlct-Attorney's office and as'.ted per
inlralon to surrender Morris l.uban on
the ItOOO ball bond they signed for hin
i fter hla conviction for forgery 1'.
Brooklyn. Morris Luban Is the witness 1
who waa brought over from Jail In
Newark. N. J., and who testified that flu
heard latent Becker say to Jack Itose
in the Lafayette Baths. "If you do not
iroak Rosenthal. I will." He waa the
llrst man thus dire.-tly to testify that
llecker Inspired the murder of the
Itftnibler j hut testimony was regaidcd
ns a blow to the defense, which nought
to discredit him by attempting to prove
that he hud lied ubout previous convic
tions for forgery.
No action was taken on the demand
of the bondsmen that they be alkiwcd to
surrender their prisoner aa the ball
bond was given In Kings County and
ns Luban la now a prisoner In New
.Inrsey, temporarily paroled Into the cus
tody of District-Attorney Whitman.
WALDO'S SECRETARY FlitST
WITNESS OF DAY.
Wlnfleld it. Siiee ian, aecretary to Po
!fci Commissioner Waldo, was the flrjt
witness called after the Jury had been
. oiled, and was qUeltlOUOd by Assistant
UlStrlOt'AttornejF Moss. Mr. Sheehan
c ut called for the purpose of Identifying
etc natural and OJBclgJ police documents.
g Mr. slnehuii, do you have charge
f Mr. Waldo'l niiill'.' A. In part only.
J. Is tblg your signature? i showlnc
hin a pepor), A. It la.
O. iVhOB you had this paper, was
:1i1k other popor uttached to It (show
inr; 111 in a paper pinned to the orlcl
QaJT A. I think lt was.
Q Do you know llecker's signature?
A. Ve.", aa lt appeared on hla reporta.
Q. Did you give dlrcctluna to
liecker? A. Never.
Q. Did you sign communications to
I. lout, llecker after receiving hla re
porta? A. Never, unless directed by
tlie Commissioner. Mr Waldo.
Q. And as a result of these reporta
from Uerker, you often had conversa
tion with him? A. No, air. The only
ouuera I handled from Mr. Becker
were those relating to rowdlea and
Q Hut there were matters you re
ceived Insti nct inns from Mr. Waldo
about, and In which you received pa
per from llecker? A. Rarely.
ft. Did you ever talk to Becker about
thla particular matter referred to In
theee paper? A. No.
Mr. Moss aaked many questions to
ahow that Mr. Bherhan knew Becker' a
alcnature ao aa) to bo able ts Identify
It. "Thla appeara to be Booker's alc
nature," the wltnaaa said.
Q. Is thla Becker's alcnature?
(showlnc him a aaoond paper). A. To
the best of ray knowledce. It la
Q. Waa thla second aheet attache-!
t . . tkl. aaiwinil naraa when Vflll fl t fl t
M ,how. lt
to have been filed In the Polloa Ie-
I partmsnt oftlclaily.
Other papera, whloh appeared to
have been taken from the ales of the
Department, all bearing Lieut. Beoker
alcnature. war identified by Bheehan
very reluctantly. The papera were of
fered In evidence anil were aoruttnlaed
carefully by Becker and hla attorneya
before they Interpoaed any objection to
bavin them go before t'-e Jun, or an-
nouncod a wllllngneae to have tham
Hcr.KFR'S COUNSEL OBJECTS TO
After a delay of aeveral mlnutea Mr.
Hart of Becker's counsel objected to
the Introduction of the documantt In
evidence on the cround that the alcna
ture of the defendant hadn't been
proved. It was a'.ao urged by Becker's
lawyer that the evidence contained In
the papera waa incompetent and Irrele
vant. Juatlce OofT called upon Mr. Mobs to
argue agalr.st the objection and then
the Court ruled that the signaturas bad
been established, alao that the docu
monte were official.
Juatlce Ooff read over the documents ,
hefore passlnc on their relevancy. Ther,
he asii.-l Sheehan If toe could tel.
whether or not the papers were In the
same condition they had been In when
thry ,,f, th, fllM of ,he i'ollce Dapart
ment. Tha witness couu noi ten. aa
the papers had not been returned to him
originally. Justice doff then said to
Mr. Mosa that he would hava to ahow
1 tr.al iiecaer uuu hiwuc mm ".
I "Why can t you swear to tha?" aaked
SHEEHAN BELIEVES THE LET
TER IS TH F. ORIGINAL.
"BOOBUM 1 algn about 200 papers a
It was drawn from the witness that
lt wa all opinion that, the anonymous
letter was ho original paper handed to
hifi when he lnd.irt.cd it and stamped It
with tha department .lamp.
1 .kai . counsel oUbht every step of
the way to prevent he introduction in
evidence, of the ottetal document.
lnvipiy to a wnUjjered uuastlon from
the CCttrt, Sheehan said:
"All letters tTMfl the Mayor's office go
direct o the Commissioner." This ro
vealed that the official papers In dis
pute had come to Mr. Waldo's office
from the Mayor's office.
After constderahle wrangling between
atton.eys and riumbcrlees nueatiune to
Mr. Sheehan, JugUoe Uoff ruled tiiat tha
papers had not been properly Identified
and could not properly ha Introduced a,
"Do you wish tn cross-examine tht
witness?" aaked Juatlce Uoff of Mr.
' 1 want those papera ao I can examine
him." aald Mr. Hart.
"The papers a"C not In evidence. Ex
amine without tl em," ordered the Jus
tice. "I want the papera" began Hrt.
"The Witness will step down, vou can
not exam. i - Rim" said the Jastlco.
"I except, geld Hart, aa the witness
steppe 1 down.
NEW YORK CENTRAL SUED
FOR SMOKING APARTMENT.
Property Owners Ask 1100,000
Danttfci 'and Injunction tn Make
Railroad Yards Quit It.
Ia the emission of smoke, noxious va
pors, gaeee. sooty substances and un
oleae.int odors the lawful pi . roltllt 1 Ve of
a railroad? Ami If a railroad has. by
these means, heen making sort of plu
tonlc cocktail out of the atmor.phere for
ninny years, without objection being
made, does it thereby acquire a right to
do so forever?
, These pro questions raised In I stilt
for Injunction und 1100, OOd damages heard
to-.l iv hv Simrenie ("oiirt Juatlce liavls
In Special Term. Part IV. Tht- plaintiff third lirooi at a or in ine mormna
Is the 1'nlted States Leasing and Mold- of the murder. la .Is- was there?
ing Company and the detaodant is the a. lack PuUlvan, Ja k Rom and a man
New York Central and Hudson Rlvor namad Mottle, aomotlmsi kOOWO l
llallroud Company. preacher.
The plaintiff Is the lessee of apart- Hcvan't u talked to Mottli
ment tuilldlngs at Nos. 342. 311, 316 I cently " A. Ves. three das ago In the
and 3ts West Sevent v-flrst street. Tha I Iiatrl0tAtUrnoyg ofn
objection raised Is to the railroad U- Old yon say to him that vou wani
yanlH, which extend from Sixtieth l lllln kg h' l kesn Befker und
street to Seventy-second street, H little vou together Shortly utter the m urder
west of the apartment buildings. j W 'en he refuse.l, did V"U My, 'I am a
The complainants Jnllege the loco- i Jew and you are Jeu My (lod. save
motives belch smoke and the mm him.-! no-?' A. No, sir
shops fume, so that lace curtulns In.
the apartments get gray and drab. I
carpets lose their colors, upholaterlea
fade and tenants choke and use fiery
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Husband and Wife
El DUDOI.DH CHRISTIAN I -
BECKER GLOATED OVER MURDER
(Continued From Hc'ond !nsc )
what he :itfl on that ride tn prevent
8 hrpos from hi init made an accomplice
tO this murder? A. No, air.
NEVER TOOK SCHEPPS INTO
"You don't want H-'hepps made an a I
compil e In thla murder."
QtMcUoa i xcludod.
q. Do you know why Soheppa nult
you at one Hundred und Twentythlrl
street? A. Tea S- hepps was never let
Into .my eorrfldanoo, I left Mhoppg I
trottlnc in the tux: nil.
The w itness s. Id that gftOr he, ROM I
: nd Va'lon had talked over I'm mui.ler
with Bookor, he (Wehher) Iloi"' and
Vdllon went back to S ihoppi and tOUnd
him waiting on I coiner. The four
went down town together to the wit
ness's KamMinit houee.
The murder rh't w is not dlocuaoed in
the preoonce of Bcheppe.
tj. Did V" know 1 1 1 til ?cnepps wan
p-psent In the murder ccr wan ini gun
men on the night of the murder A. I
didn't heir of that until the day after
o Were you 111" paymaster
vehn laid the anilUlen. A
Vo sir I
merely adv in d the money.
O. IHI you kno iiepps was th
A. Not until later,
In th.- Ftftythlr0
street prison he told me Rose g iv
"jT . AlA if.,. clve It- A. Lefty
I.oule nnd Dago V rank
g. Did dchepps tell you It was actually
him iS hepps) who paw m. ganoieo;
A. No, sir.
Q. When did w.u glie ttils'm i . v to
Rose? A. On the afternoon of Ihe mur
der. (The murder OOOurod after mid
night and the money waa paid ten hours
O When did -oil next eee Schepps af-
t.r' ihe nonev was paid? A. lie came
to my house next day lxned James V. Osborne as OOUMOJ for
g. rid you dlscuai the murder wltk IpMitp DavMcon, known as "Rod Hiir
him then? A. Ves. Davidson, the oonfaiMd slayer of ' B.x
Q. Why did he come? A. To bring mej ZrK nu Mdaf, Davidson was
from J It . K II ise. no waun-i
mo to tell Backer where rom waa
(Itose waa hi ling Ig Pollock's home.)
q. Didn't you jdvtnc! money to
cboppi to flee? A. No, s.r.
Q. Did you send him money tn Ar
kansas? A. Wo, sir.
q Did he write to you? A. No. sir.
"You are worth considerable money,
ih. II t' le hit," answered Webber,
with a broad grin.
"They toll Tie," yoMOd M Intyr.- l ist
yon are worth a quarter of I million
The witness's hg mouth broke wile
open ind he spread nut his band I In i
"Tiuifs a funny ore." gak) tha wit
ness very softly. s'HI grinnlnc,
"Wln-n Rehcpps was brought )ack,
did he Kay he was 'with the hovs and
wo.tld stick?' "
"Don't answer," ooaered Justice Ooff
"Thai Hreof (pii'stlotilni; must stop, Mr,
" " '
JACK SULLIVAN WITH BECKER
AFTER THE MURDER.
o. Tou eay you nut Becker in Forty
g. DM V"u him to swear he MWiejratV
you all thf re? A. Vea; I told him to
tell the truth.
Q. Mow leng h iv.- you known him?
A. Mix yean. He runs a dlsordi ( ly I
bouee. i not know arhers,
Cj. Pld you tell him it was neceism
to hay some one corroborate Hi
story of !hs.t min ting? A No, sir.
The witness sc. id that after omfWWl
Q. Would you tell k fnlHchood to gi t
'nut of your present prsdicamsM't
' " sir. i
pt Court; "He hgs ausweisa ibat."
"Would you face the penalty of
murder In the first degree by telling
the I ruth?"
objection sustained. "
ABOUT THE WIDOW
OF SLAIN GAMBLER.
It was reported to-day In he District.
Attorneys oMOt that tho widow of
11 iaenth.il was suffering from hysterloal
fear and that she was not likely to
rcpv.il on t le stand the testimony ahe
gave before tin (.rani Jury itoncern.ng
her husband's- relations with Ilcckar and
the alleged threats the former head of
the Strang Ann Sd'iad had made against
Rosenthal lifv i
a ....,..h,.r ..f ih ms.il.-. 1
wont to -Mrs. Rosenthal's home and
iiuestlotn-d her for hours concerning tho
rumors that she had ben offered an an
nuity for a cha me of atllt I on tho
stand. She was also questioned con
cerning other rumors of a similar sort
and a s nomapinc report was taken of
I 1 l' m oi me r uiirrrni-r, u was
SI a leil ooe ISS .ll lie ..ibiih i I'l s
om - uiai ine vi I low oi Liie iiiiirsieroo
I gamhlor-idfiir.ner, tie -lared ahe would
1 a10' T-' l"e story e-ie una iu i as urasa
I "' I ncn Mrs. isnscnw'.ii wan in-
str i ten to come t i ine uistrtct-At
dor i -v's office and !. prepared to take
the stand after Webber, Vallou
Scnepps lave tcsuM d.
JAMES W. OSBORNE
TO OI'.t'ES I) DAVIDSON,
WHO KILLED ZELIG.
Judge stwnnn. In Pirt I. of the Court
of Oen. ral IcMloni
this afternoon aa-
arralKtied before Judge Swann on Satur
day UtOl for pleading, and declared h
had no futols with wulch 10 engige
counsel. PlsadJls) wis postponed until
'o-day. Davldsotl will be itrrulxned for
plead ng aualn tOn rrow.
"Do 'u know any a")ler counsel?''
Th- Court addsdl "If y'U know of an
abler counsel you would Ilka to have.
i mlghl oontlder his asalfiwnsnt.
i' i. s replied that he was satisfied
with th lunssl assigned and thanked
the 'oui t.
DOROTHY DALE UNDER BAIL
c-ire Areiisrd of Larceny Waives
Dorolh Dale, an a- truss, of No. ISM
llroadaay, who waa crrsatad week ag-i
on ,i DharSS "f grand larceny, waa held
In f.'.nco bill for trial to-day by Magis
trate Kerno than in the West side Po
lice Curt Charlotte and Katherlnc
Poll Ion. listers, of No, U vVesi llgtloth
I street, who furnhlhed the polios rflih in
I formation whi n rosultod in thi arras!
,,f Doi q y Dale anl Frank Douglas.
twenty-nlns ysart oii. of No, 11ns Broad.
wa, on a oharge of b ln an a looMOfy,
were in court when Ihey Were arraigned
Tliey were not called utsdi to testify.
llOUClag was dlacharcad alter he ho.1
ttstlfled that lie had pawned two gold
mash bacii gal with diamonds and gap.
phlres, the property of Mrs. iouis Mor
i th. of No. IIJ West r'orty-iilnth street,
after hav Inkt been pioatd to do so
by Miss Dale Me .ten eg that he lll'W
tin- ban were stolen. Dorothy Dale di l
not testify, hoi attorney adiis.ng nor lo
iFrom tlie wSlblSStsS HSf.l
"ConSlStSAVy Is a Jewel," said Hi. '
." replied Henator Soegbum; "hut i
aofid for:. i fo.- a man in my posl I
.veil' much Jt v.clry."
ITHHR vv rosSIBLB,
iKmrn lm Bshob Trsaawlal,
"You should bCVa Soea hue .hangs
"VYltb ras or rouge? '
HIS WIFE A SUICIDE
ARER QUARRELS, I
HE ENDS HIS LIFE
Woman Had Jumped in Front
of Train, bit Had Remark
FOUND DEAD IN CELL.
Then Husband, Notified of I Lt
Death, Puts Bullets in
Rudolph Christian!, a furrier, thirty
two years old, of 1 -''-' Roe avenue, the
Bronx, ehot and killed himself to-day
at hka home after his wife. Anna, had
succeeded In her second attempt to kill
The couple, who had been married
eoarcely elcht months, quarrelled Sat
urday erenlnc. Mrs. Chrlatlanl there
upon left the houee to go to her brother.
Jacob Klglnger. at No. 1 Rajrt Forty
eventh street, fthe eta tied for home
on Die Third avenue elevated and got
nut on the platform to change trains.
In a wave of despair ehe Jump,) In
front of an oncoming "dead" train In
charge of Switchman Tfclward Murray
of No. B4 Raat Thirty-seventh street.
The horrified onlookers looked for a
mancted body, but aaw to their aston
ishment that the train had passed over
the woman without touching her. flhe
waa arrested by Policeman Honaventura
and locked up In a cell In the Kaal One
Hundred and Twenty-sixth street sta
tion rin the charge of attempting aub tde.
Hhe cave ttae matron no cause for keep
ing an especially strict watch over lier.
Hut when Matron Man-en came to
Mrs ChrtsttarU'a cell at 1.40 o'clock this
morning Ihe found the woman hanging
from tho top bar of the cell gate from
a rope made oT at ripe of pnttlcoala
Dr. Bommerrttle of the Harlem Hos
pital prouounoad her dead. Soon after
that reportere besieged ber husband
with the newa of hla wlfe'a auk-Ids and
asked htm for further details But
Chrlatlanl ahut himself tn and refused
to gay anything
Karlr this morning a neighbor liv
ing below the Chrlatlanl flat heard a
great hammerlnc above her followed
by a deep ellence. By 11 o'clock thla
nvornlnc ahe became uneney and called
Policeman Johanesmayer of the Tre
munt police station to break Into the
flat. He climbed through the nre
earnpe and found the body of ftudolpn
Chrlatlanl lying on the floor. By him
waa a vest-pocket model of a :
callhre Colt revolver, two of Its cham
tiers dlschsrsed and two bullet holes In
Christian's head. Dr. ITonohoe of the
Fordham Hospital said death had been
No letters or written messages of any
kind were found by the side of Ihe mil
c'de, but there waa a nice of nape
with the name of "Klrehherc." No. 2f
West One Hundred and Twenty-third
et"cet. No such man waa found at tha
address, however. It la believed that
grief for his wife's deoth had driven
Christian to kill himself
POLICEMAN ON TRIAL
FOR THEFT OF JEWELS
Hybrid's Handwriting on Package
Containing Stolen fiems
John T. Hi land one of the two po
liceman of the West Seventeenth street
station who were Indicted last June for
i he theft of !. worth of diamonds an t
pearls from John le Cock, a diamond
di-aler, while he was under arret on
1 3il last, was put on trial licfor
Judge Cratn and a Jury In I'art II
tlntiersl Seisloos. lo da Y
llyland 1s accused of gcan-1 larceny In
tha second de;rree. He Is defended by
the Patrolman'! Donovolent I'nion at-
lorny. Sin-e his arre-t Hykand his
heen out on bsll AlthOUCn he was siis
pended hv i'iimmli'1'nifi Waldo at thi
tine of his arrest, viand's pav was In.
creased as a pitroltnan on Aug. IB, 11
g it at thla time an Incri-.u.- of 11" a
Mr fe Cock wns found hv llvlsnd un
conscious ut Sixth avenue ind TwantV"
seventh street. An smbulince rirgi 't
from the New vi'k Hotpltal dlacnoaed
the case s-s aJrtthnl am. When searched
it the station house a w,ll.-t i-onts'nll
I? (m worth of dl.inion Is wis found on
lie Cork and pi iced m a senled enveloje
After h'e die iiisce he found tint Do
sisilod fivelipii contain' d only M
worth of the diamonds
While an Inuulry was being Oonduotad
.y Mr Wildn Pitber O'Dwyof of thi
Carmelite Cetltolle Onuroh, Kirst avenue
,nd Twenty-ninth trooti received
package rtalnlng & worth of thi
mlsslrg stones. The letter wht h i -
Dotnpanlod the paokace gahl by en
pens to be in the writttu- of llyland.
the only Laxative which
Is Absolutely Harmless
In IO0M fuses children, temptivl by tlie dtlioioui tasle of
KX-1AX, have eulen up u vbolsl box of I'.X-I.AX without
NiifferiiiK any bud eiiisetiieiiees.
Ex-Lax the efficient family laxative
Best Because Sure and Safe
At all Druggists, 10c and 25c a Box.
AFTER HOT CHASE
Importer Hears Woman's
Scream and Rushes Out to
RICH HOMES IN ALARM.
Frequent Holdups Terrorize
Exclusive Suburb Overlook
ing the Hudson.
A man strangely eijutpped for dill '
change In appearance was arraigned
In Morrlsanla MpM Cmnl to-day and
held hv Magistrate Murphy In i
hall on a charge of vagrancy. He Is
lielleved to he the highwaymen who
hits been holding up persons In the
Rlverdale section of the Hronx and
whose activities recently compelled the
orgnnlsatlon of a vigilance committee
of residents of that exclusive section, of
which w Mia n Moschetthelm. Cleveland
H Dodge. Oeorge It Cortelyou and
Oeorge W Perkins are members.
it was soon one of Iks Aoaanssj ,,f foca
and perseverance of J Ihiwle Dash, also
a member of the Vigilance committee,
that Ihe highwayman was captured Mr.
Dash la in the coffee Importing bualneas
at No. HI Water strew, and maintains one
of the show places of Rlverdale In !eah
lane, off lllver.lale avenue, near Tw
Hundred and Fortieth street.
While reading In bis library late last
night Mr. Daah heard the acreame of a
woman outside. He ran to a switch in
the reception room commanding the ee
trie llghta In the grounds and turned It
on. Then he ruehdoi the front door
and by the light of an elertrlo lsmp
about a Mock away aaw a man
struggling with a woman.
KKPT UP CHASE AFTER FLEET
Aa Mr. Daah ran toward the parr the
man made off. The woman, who proved
to he Helen Kelleher. cook In the Daah
mansion, screamed that ahe had been
robbed of her purse. Mr. Dash took
after the 'thief, who tneeed emnethlnc
Into a clump of shrubbery, aklrted dark
places amd made hla way to River
Mentally marking the spot where the
thief ha1 deposited hie loot Mr. Dash
kept right on In pursuit. At Two Hun
dred and Thirty-ninth street and Rlv
erdale avenue Mounted Policeman
O'Connor, who had not seen the fucl
tlve pass, was rrllod by Mr. Dash and
when the situation waa explained he
started ilown Rlverdale avenue on a
At Spuylen lmyvll l'arkway O'lonnor
came upon a man who was panting as
If he heal heen running fast. O'Connor
held tb man unlll Mr Dssh name up.
and while Mr. Dash was poslSve the
prisoner was Hie man he had chased
he said the coat worn by the highway
man was black, while the prisoner heat
on a gray 0OC&
HOWOVCf, It was apparent that the
prisoner had lieen running at NOP speed
and he. was led back to the Dash estate.
There Mr Dash found Helen Kelleher s
purse In the clump of blushes Into
which Ihe thief bad thrown It. MM
Kelleher Identified the prisoner as the
man who had held her up, hut she was
puxaled about the coat and could not he
sure whether the highwayman wore a
hat or a cap when he robbed her.
The prisoner had on a black akiuch
hat. The mystery of hK chance In ap
pearance wis solved when he was
.Ven to the police, ststton. There U
wn discover-1 that he had on a rever
sible coat, black on one sine nna grav
ther. In a ',ist pocket was
.oft grav cap The coat ap
haC heen apeclstly made fo
si of turning It Inside out on
WORE REVERSIBLE CLOTHES TO
MAKE GOOD ESCAPE.
C is. isr had on three pairs of
trousers one of corduroy, one of khskl
. ... ol blue overall material. With
hie arinv of trousers, Ills rcyfrsltile seat
nd his kat slid cap he wbs In good
ihape to mike qiitw etiaaeae in hit
ap iar nice.
n-.ilng to the confusion In the ldn
llflcatloa Mnglstrau- Murphy would nu
a low a ' harge ef roSecey Ic ee nmii
ggalllCt tin prisoner, who gave the
, of I iTdlnand PsadajC. and suld be
an 1 no hams Mr. I tush, who wan In
eourti 'aid ths Vlgltimcn I'ommll Ice
would round up pereomi who have heen
ISld up on the Qlltet roads In Itlverdale
sriil preslVoe tliern In court lo-morro'v
to , If they cun Ideritiry IVsUh ss
tha man who stag beg them
I -a., the IMllftlthjMl Itr-... I I
Blobb) lo you think we eh
now sai ii other in heaeenl
Slohl,--! supposs so. Very few
ns really know each other here.
DAN CUPID ONLY
ONE WHO HEARD
Actress Tells Details in Suit
for 5o,000 Against
Hotel York Owner.
KUth l. Tnifsnt. wno abandoned a
career In musical comedy to prepare
herself to become tho wife of Henry O.
Wfiams proprlstor of the Hotel York,
whom ahe Is sulnc for PM.OM for falling
to make her Mrs. Williams, to-day filed
In the County Clerk s offloe a blU of
Williams first promised to marry her
on Christmas Dao. 1IM. between the
hour of I end P. M . st ker rooms on
the sixth Hour of the Hotel York, she
saya The only "other party present"
was Dan Cupid, ahe Males.
During drives with the plslntlff about
the streets of VI i in. Paris and other
laPlM cities, Miss Trufant declares
their troth wsa repllchted "oh. so many
tunes, I forest!" She reoalls that ho
used these sentences:
"If you do not marry me, I wtll hava
to shoot myself."
"I will never go baok to America un
til you say aaaln you will marry me."
"I will not permit you to atay here
longer until you acres to co bask with
On no occasion was a third party
present. During rho two years after
the first promise Miss Trufant says ahe
atudled languages and mualo at heavy
coat whloh waa borne by Mr. Williams
She resigned from the stage alls ssjrs
i use Mr. Williams stated he did not
wish his wife to be mingling with the
explain, ns a atatement made In bar
original complaint that Mr. Williams
agreed to ecttle PM.iOO upon her, Mies
Trufunt ssys that he made the proposi
tion several times, on one occaeiun using
"You may never want for anything
I'll take go -I care of you and will
ySa mm m A
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At least twenty new French jacket
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and braid trimmings brocaded waist
coats, showing under the lapels.
Skirts in the latest plaited models and
with the long, clinging lines, which
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De Medici Revers
Latest Cross-over Cutaways
Graceful new coat drsigne which have
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to wrar. covtring the tntire held of the
stunning new feshinns, copied direct from
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Tht fitdt.l Lint of yi Sati ChtJ tnan
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Price U bed without mercy on
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.Ml must gal No remove very
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NOW i Invest for tlie present
und for the future. L'n
niatehabl opportunity jn
these (fuB'anteext re
I ah Ic, 1oi sun-woven
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S3 to 59 West
nvtea Ctk aaa ath Ats..
It maaes LilsfL 'il"e!ve what ou
y sam aw
x Vsm y
settle m ow on vou, so you sail have
tn use as you Ilka."
II was again on a Christmas Day.
fhat of test war, tfmt Miss Trafant's
dreams cams to an ead. Mr. Williams
told her, stie states, that ka was
married man and that ho could not get
TWO NEW YORK GIRLS
And They DM It With UnkxuM
Gun and Whip Had Been
roivr PtaArN. n. t oet. m.-tw
Nsw York girls Florence H. Oook. a
member of the office fore at l.urax
Park, and Buaanne Maylendsr were re
turning M a wasn from a hunting trip
last night whan a highwaymen Mopped
"I ait that horse go. or I'll shoot,
Miss Maylender Minded the eaaj
blows from a whip and thea li
horse into a gallop The tatrudsr
sent eprsrwllnc on the rosdsttde.
Meeting an automoidie party aad
Ine of their sap-irisncs. Miss Oaok
"Would you have shot ths
Would I have shot him? Certalatft
taa you think I was aakkvc Mat W Mta
gas in a cams of pine PoneT"
"With whatT" 0
"With ohat gun. of course! Mot wltk
my vanity bee!" '
"Pleaee examine the cun tdoeetf.
It was empty, aad there .wee ayst '
shell In the wagon!
velvet Tkave easel Aetata.
Dvslyn Nesblt Thaw la belnc easd
again for tho value of goods, purohrl
whlls ehs waa living with heV husbaad.
Harry K Thaw, ths srayar of ataafoed
White. Tata time ths Arm that wants
money Is Ths Oorham Cunayaay, ssst
thsy hava aaked J ud cm eat tn the City
c.urt for ia,Ml. for "coods eeM aad
delivered, work, labor aad eervlese Mr
formed and far storage of foods." Tae
csBe will be reached about Oat, M.
Issnes ts Have Ball.
The employees of ths New York
Zoological Park are to have aa enter
tainment and ball far the benefit of the
New York Zoological Park Relief As
sociation on Thursday evening. Oct. IT.
at Khilns'e Casino, Ons Hnndrsd aad
Fifty sixth atrsst and Hi Aan's avenue
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