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THE EVENING WORLD, SATTTRDAT, NOVEMBER 16, 1912.
OUT FOR SLAYERS
OF TRUNK VICTIM
vVnman's Rndy Found in Mill
Pond Is Identified Through
I )R( )VL: NAILS IN SKUI.I.
Jolice Circular Describes Three
Men and Women
With the identity nf the vlntlm of tlta
" SB nnatery at Oeorseton n, Conn.,
leared up by the local police slid tha
h i cl s M's! , I thai ahe wan killed In
i lint at Nn. "IS East Fortieth aires' by
I .Irlven Into her head, ill thai ie-
It : to nick the murderers. Tiia
iii arm t'artnallaa (laracit, nd
rre aaeg are known la have taken
..hi In killing har mil alnplns le
astir In s trunk to me Mint In Cohan
ll where it Ml ilfMVCrtd.
i mmlaa'onar Dougriirtr sent oui
i ular. ;c-d.iv. , alllnu fin the mi rent of
mn and i"i rlneety aeierrosHi
is of Ihe men ll Wanted for mil- i
e en an I posaorj snd Ihe other man
ml ihe a;r! ui" n rdetl aa malarial wit-
The axan shoes irreel ll Ilk ad (or
i. in'er 'I. khaWn, ir. in .Una In tha
ullee Fltvular, n H n lads Hi la!
i'ioui foit.('i. eai iilil. T il- mur-;
rr I irnnuii : laved ll hava belU I
i a a lt.
Saslvstuie 1 anna nil. a laborer, about
wenty-e ght yesi old. and mother
nborer. na tie unknown, are drs'red us
ha ai e sbsotv mid the male mat II I
Mines. , naperth . l . 'I hi girl, irlmw
umc I" given in t ll pollol circular as
Timddi." la aiippiini'il In he lb daum
ef of Hinlolada. She la a very pretty ;
llrl. alioul slxt'en hi seM-nteeu years
Id, with a frneh u.lve complexlo'i. oval f
turcs and a ir'ihuunred d!:nple In tlia .
Hinigherly thinks the fmitlvaa are In
ew York, llvltiaj In a oheap teneme it,
ivery policeman on the force aaajll II
nrnlehrd wltti a may of Ihe clirula
t) to-nigm and what will aiiiount in a i
lonas-to-houae ranvaaa nf every ltailsn '
rttlament In the City haa already nana
The murder victim, ihe i girl and
lis i.i re man enwaged the flat in Kor-
et'i atraet on QM, unil paid tha
ent to Dai-. 1. The men ahowed a. ins i
' having rarentiy been emploed ,'ia
ahorsra In eicavatlng work, but Ihsv
lid ni work while I'vltiK In Korileth
Irset. Tha wonnan le' I e houae evei'
ornlng at 1 nYlo iind ie turned n
is svenlng. It la aupp iaed the wars
insjloyad In a sweat -hot'
Tha eldar iimn wai laal aean alive
u Nov. 4 The trunk VII bought on
.'or. 7. ll has been f,, ind Ihst two of
hr men snd ihe arl tvent to Mrani h
"Ha. Conn., on (be nU'it of the Tlh
md remained there until Hie t'.li. whan
hoy rotirrned to Saw Vork. after tho
ody bad been i hi own Into Ihe piitid,
ha tha nlgnt of Ihe nth they gave up
nelr flat In me Porllsth 'w' housa
ind dlaappeare l
t.Tliee dlaroveied In gg Kvelilni World
-eporter to.duN afartnl t ie detertlVr!
ii the dlrei-tlon Ir tluiken on a hunt
or the miirdereis. (ne these rluea
wn obtained friiui u .mnk dealer named
laynain, a: No. :lii Kiat 'Dili ty-nliith
Heynian approsi lied on .Nov, 7 by
S'O Itallatia. one elderh. t lie other a
una man. who .r.k. d bi n to haul a
'Ig trunk on hla triivk to HohuUi n.
toyman ivoulilti'l lake the Job aa ha
. .a Mil a aniull one-horse truck and
i a trunk m a desi rlbed ll him as very
leavv This Indliatea tuat the inur
llfSJCI planned to dlsposi- of the body n
Idliokeii lisfore they dei ldsd to lake II
EVENING WORLD FURNISHES
CLUE THAT SOLVED MYSTERY.
II was a i-liie furnln kd by the Kven
ng World wliVn Put Hspuly I'omuila
i umr Douyherty and Ml detei Uvea on
lha trail whleh led to the aolutlon of the
myatury. The Kvening World learned
mat a beav trunk was ahlppe, from
the lapresa office at l''irtleth atreet and
l.easngton avenui Ul II' .im iivllle, Conn..
Hi the day before the body was found
ii tin mill pond. This infoi matloii, corn
iDunlcated promptly to Me pollw, en
abled them to find the xprraaiuun who
lanled tha trunk to the Dal from whlih
'.ha trunk was taken
The Connecticut authorities are Invea
i.gallng a report that may flttsT up thi
ii st ex of what became uf the on- l..-i-
igiri trunk ln wluYn t!is body was
hlppal from tha Adanis Kapraaa Con.
iiwyl offloa at Fort -ninth street slid
. inigton avenue
i . ter Oatiustoail. while hunting rabbllg
eiurday. came acrosa the aalios nf a
r ll I tenia corner three-quarters of
i mile from tha pond where the body
all found, according; to thla report. Ha
' ed around until he uncoveret what
ippear to be fragments of a trunk,
r.ivre ware twisted pieces of alieit
is!.... a kick, claapa and metal corners
Kut mors Important still, he . ajld ll
i.ia found aoms large inalal Hat 1011
oi ss might haa-e - ome from a
ioi in'a -oat. the solas or a pair of
noes, some ohexrsd corset steels, eorre
thai buttons and some plere of partly
lurned cUithlng. Tha tail are under
itajgd to b safe '.n Usorgstoarn ind to-
sn attempt will lie made to tlnd out
.loeihet It was the trunk In whl.-h the
.!.. was cerrled snd tha clotlil ij ,:
no inurJrrad woman.
Mrs. .lulu, Prsslon. the houaekeepsr a
ij. 311 Kaat Fortieth strset. U the
lomsn wbo mado tha posltivs idsntifl
aUun of ths body as that of I'armettnu
lCluntl, l.o had been In thla counr
ess than Ova months
Before surfing for Qsurgetown Will
Ilia. Preatoa lbs dsUetlvsa opensd lb
aJJaW-i.it.t OCC'jyltd by the Italians llio
X mrm- ra.M...A..M na npi7..v,.T ni.nninAft last nnsii S
Kb IBAHIUIM iaUK IVJUMLN I AKDAKUUo :
" Girls Dress Like Savages, So Do Men,
Only the Latter Go
Attire Themselves as
They May, Women Will
Continue to Be and
Look "Pallidly Civil
ized." But So Will
Men of This Genera
tion. Men Who Denounce All
Women and All Their
Fashions as Barbarous
Are Sartorial Anarch
ists, but What's the
Odds About Fashions?
BY IXO LA GKEELEY-SMITH.
Among all the rentiers of Tho Kvening World who liavn contributed
ve, a to thla dlMMStoll of whether or not women und their attire arn
ntfllly sivige, the yOkDB man who coniplilned ihn other day thlt wo
are not barbarous enough moit en-
vaa who ,.-. rilieil the Kuclllh II I
one mire Hut Ihe remirk mikeii we
religion- woman - It ll necenary for
And fnahlon suppliei Ihcae different
hs is la reality a womasrful
chef vrho from tha bum slmpls la
ndliata prodnosi maatarptsesa of
aeeor and variety. Kara U oit aa
otbar anpllcatloa of tha old musical
comely ooaaadnuatl "What Is It
that has two faat, feathers, aad
harha Uks a log?" Yaa loa't kaow.
"Why, a ohioksn." "Bat a ohlihsa
losaa't hark like a dog r "I know
It. I pat Ust la to maks It uim
oaltl" The lady with ii abaMng brush In her
but haa her isaaoii and excuae. The
brush Is IhllS, like the bark In tne
chicken coniindruni, to make It dlttl
OUlt" to mike tier dl! ferent" the
thing which aa are told all woni-n
most jsplia o be.
FASHION'S OTHER NAME IS
Kssblon Ie really Jus; an allss for va
riety. Since a man bus nothing to admire
but woman, woman naturally doea the
beat she can to xupply a vuriod menu
one year wearing her waist lino under
i be rliia. the next dropping It to below
Ibe kneea. To eliminate fasblon would
reduce her o the stnte of one of those
Ihaetly scientific food formulas pro
telds so much slaroh ' ao much-eugir
an much. Hits would be eternally sua
horribly tbe aume.
atsa ilka Arthur Mrtagar who di
aoanos all woman sal all womea's
fashions as "barbarous" ass sartor,
lei anarchists. Vhay wlah to take
from us our aesls aad feathers
aad thay hava aothlag to barter la
aohamga for thaaa. Thiy iar ao
constructive reform, verythlnf
wa hars aad wear aad are U bar
barous, hat thay doa't laforau na as
to what wa should have aad wear
aad ss, aad U thay did, S am gore
no oaa weald pay any attention to
Tu the man who takes faihiun seri
there al once found uiunlatakabla evi
dences of the commlislon of a crime The
Hve looms comprising ths apartment
were atrewn with furniture and dot ties,
tsndlng to show that thu ocoupants had
made n hasty move. The bed waa with
out sheets, and here snd there blood
sputa showed that a tragedy had taken
Hoattersd about the room were found
bloodstained wire nails which fit four
holes thst pierced the woman'a skull be
hind the right and left ears. There waa
also a hammer, similarly atalced, which
led to the conclu -ton thst ths murderers
had driven the nails Into the victim's
brain aa she lay on her bed. The mat -
trees under the pillow waa alalned and
here and there epots of blood wore found I
on the floor.
Tiie motive of the crime Is still lack
ing. It may be that white slavery was
the cause snd on the other hand It may
Oe tnai jealousy nxuii'ii. v
While there Is every Indlcstlon that
the wounds ln the head were msdn by
the wire nails fnuiid In the room, the
police believe thst a ahsrp file was used
when the munierer nrst attacked the
Wuman, as the autopsy showed s nolo
through the left arm above the elbow and
three similar punctures on the left aide of
the face below the eye. Heveral smsller
punctures were also found on ths face,
but only the kolOI which penetrated
the ikull were sufficient to cause death
Design of the Nets- Alebel.
WAHHINUTilN. .Nov M Thi diatgii
if the new nickel to aupplant Ihe five
'ent coin now ln circulation will be ner
fectsd within a few week" An Indian
lead will adorn the face of the coin
ind a buffalo the reveres.
3 EST FOR COLDS FR. JOHN'S
Htm das IsaU Uuutt i4 lum,
Copyright. Kit, by Thi Proas Publishing Cix (Ths New York World)
lltttft my lympathy. For I believe, be
la right. Though we hang ouraelvei
with tho primal colon, though wo
weight ouriclvea with the gold and
embroidery of the Orient and that
ii Just what we are doing right now
most of til will continue to be Anil
to look ii thli critic said, "'palllJIy
civilized." But no do men. Tho
genuine main barbarian Is n acarce
hla feminine prototype. Thin
may ho desirable or otherwiie. The
nolnt ll as Mra. Poyser observed In
commenting on the folly of women,
"The I.iOrd Almighty made them to
match the nin." If wo wenr bnr-'
haroui clotlien It miixt bo because i
we find ourpelveg more admired,
forget what fanioiis Frenchman It
nation with forty religions and only
tniiiK tint since man nun oniy one
him lo tako It with forty sauces.
ns. I' should he pnliilel out thut.
sow aver bipharom our o to Him iri now,
thay n,'e not nearly so blrbarOUl ay
t ie - used to he. l''nsll1oil In very III. It'll
l ke ihn; frog in tne algebra problem
wo.'ai than that In the well. If Ihe
well la SO many feet deep nn I the froff
cllm si many inches during tbl day
and isala kg 'kl so many iBflhOg nt light,
how long will It tske lilm to get to the
top'.' It been a long time alnee I 'mo
or cured. Bill eventually lie does get
out. Who that has calculated hla re
leane i in forget It?
WOMAN WILL GET OUT, TOO,
SOME OF THESE DAYS.
BventuaNy, too. woman win Btnorgo
from the well of fashion. I.Ike ths
frog, ivory little n lie she falls back
almo.-t lo the stnrttue; point -almost,
but fK I unite, r nr instance, though
from time to lime we hear rumors uti I
rumblings of the return of hoops, iiuntlcs
or some other atrocity, like the rent;
..mn o tbe prl.e-rlng. tliey "never
come beck." They never will como
hsjsssa The feminine averaco of tast i
and toll UlgsJIIOI haa proKreased defi
nitely and finally bevon I them.
The frog of faohlou la at least
partially out of tha wall and the
root of the trip onward aad up
ward will oe lightvnad ami su-
Uvsnsd by tho ehsottul botlsty of
ths somewhat larger and lass filv-
oloao Mr. Frog, who still hai soma
dlataaos to trsvsl ou uii own ac
ooaat. Hurely II age In Whiten men still lay
out the!; faces In bewhlskei ed parterres
can afford to tolerate the 0 lOMloUl bar
barism of women's clothes the dejenys
of kllUtyi the none, set for admiration
This dlsiusslon haa shown that rbere
axlsl.i no wldeAtne.il illaaatiafitction
aiiiona iiisu or women with fashion's
restorers And now lliat nearly every
tiody 1.. aatlstled. let's talk about snn.e
Ths markot opened weak, but after 'he
first hslf hour of trading biislnean pMlOd
up and many of Hie leading Issues is
oovered an early loas.
The l ln. Inn Vrleea.
'I'lie foUowtus sre hl ' -'
I Pikes ef o. . fur ladai ami tiie srl
1 stksaolld etth ai'nUv' aVsosi flgarssi Net
Car A lli
Oostua ml. . .
-.ill A lilt
T A T li.
SI 1 j
AsassssaS Muniui .
At.Ji . T. I ,s. Y.
Central I ea'.liei
Central lestlssr :-f.
I 'aiia.ll.in I'a tie'
fid... M. A Ml. I'
Col Fuel A Iron
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a Great Deal Farther
CfcOi-MES ep TU&
Mrs. Raises, Facing Surgical
Operation, Planned to Die
With Loved Ones.
Phylclani ai the Kincs county Hoo-1
plt.il s.ild thla morning there wna m I
hnpe for the recovery of .Mrs. Annie!
rtaleea, the Invalid mother, who Killed
her two child ran i Florence, fourteen,
and Sydney, ' twelve. With gill in her
home ut No. .'172 Hast Twelfth street.
Flatbuah, yesterday, and then placed the
two bodies together In her bed and loy
herself between them to die. She was
found unconscious by her husband, Leon
Hal es, when he returned from work
The hoy and g'rl were In their nlaht
. clot'iea. As far na could be learned
I they hud not left the Inuse all dnv.
I Th,,hi- nhMl luuil, a ri.l hhmimhUIJ
home work were on the library table.
RolOM WM almost iragod with grlof.
He said his wife hail been III lor four
years, during which time h had under
gone two operations The lust waa not
successful and she was about to go
under the knife again. The anticipation
of the ordeal had greatly affeclid her.
Hun i'H .-aid he believed that when his
wife decided to kill herself the thought
of leaving the children was lisart-
breaking and she concluded she could
not part from them.
MTnoa Ralooi loft home in the morning
he i aid l is wife seemed quite hr'ght
und Obaorful un.l he thouxiit lh had
become i t con, -lied to the corning opera
tion. Later lie recalled that ihl had
bean unusually denionHtr.it, c, had
kisse l him three Umrs und Inalstrd that
lie tiptoe Into the children's i-ooiiib and
kisa them both before he left. It waa
early snd hodi were ualeep.
POOR HOUSE FOR INVENTOR.
Ivalrle. spent Ills Kortnue FlBhllng
la the Courts.
Althougli ne waa at one time wealthy
und an Inventor of genius John M,
dairies, who la seventy-five years old,
la now penniless and 1U lie Mot to the
I West heeler County .Minshoime on next
ThuiBday. Detective Clancy found him
lying In a cellar ut No lln North Hull
rOgd IVtnUS, Mount V ernon, with pine
tlcally nothing to Bit K atrial Is i
Itiiaslan. Ins business was oonfllcatad
and he was exiled. He had alwaia
Imagined aiiuic one was tiling to gel
the beat or MM In biwineas and thla
lias kept him constantly In litigation,
much of lila money and property going
In fees to luwyera.
He has . all ied hla griOVMCOl through
the United Intel malls, idd rilling let
ten to Prlatdontl and QoVimorg, To-
dgy Kali lea told of writing recently to
Col. Hooaevelt telling him of his wor.
tics and gaklni his kelp,
X 0 fatflni hauars Ilia Name
I Kupr-we Court Juhi eg Newburger t
nay auowivi tieni 'lil iM i 'oetopoUksi to
I', change his name to James Coaly. The
, J petitioner aald that if wus the usual
u custom for his countrvmen In change
their ehrlatluu nunie to "James" and
T'tliat Ibe name "Coaly" was stmplv
hortiQlng of tbi name (jogtopaulaa.
, COSTS $10 TO CALL OSCAR
! "DEAD DUCK" MAYBE MORE.
Miss Lyne, I'rima Donna, Haa to
Pay That Much in Costs and the
Suit Isn't Over Yet.
Calling Ognaf Huminet'sleln a "dead
i dUOlt" is no joke, take It from Kellco
1 Lyne, the diminutive grund opera singer.
J This, despite tha contention of her ate
I tOrnoy, IU SnOWden Marsliali, who went
before Supreme Court Justice fenhury
to head "IT the impresario's IO,M0 libel
lull. In a decision hafldod down to-day
the Justice overruled the demurrer, but
gave tbl defendant ten dnys to file a
Thl Justice nlso put u small nick In
Die little aongblid's bank roll, which ll
M(d lM hava frown to a healthy sise.
siie miist pav tin costs,
Minn I.' lie. who Is only twenty years
old, hut who Is credited with the ability
10 expreei herself in a manner that
would do credit to one tke her age, is
alleged by Iluiiinicrstcln to have said,
In Uie presence of a reporter, that Ham
meratahl was "a dead duck In London"
and that hi would he "stoned out of
the city If he ever attempted to return."
Attorney Marshall, calling the suit a
joke, argued lie couldn't find the ex
pression "dead duck" within any defini
tion Of libel in tho law hooks. The Jus
tlM'l decloion means that the suit will
ne brought to trial.
DROPPED BOX OF DYNAMITE;
FIVE WORKMEN KILLED.
Fifteen Others Injured and Quarry
Works Wrecked by Explosion
at West Chester, Pa:
WK.ST Clli:STIr.R, I'a., Nov. 10. Ber
nard Gallagher Of Wllkes-Harre and
four others whose names nre not known
were killed and aftseti Injured when a
workman dropped box of dynamite at
Ihe lleneral Crushed Stone Company's
Quarried at (Mm Jdllli to-ia
wounuen were tSStsu m me un eater noa
pltal, where, It la expected, several will
The quarry was nearly demolished, the
mm hln ry wreoko.1 unil great pieces of
stone were sent crashing down into the
works by the explosion, iire.it difficulty
was experienced by tho rescuers in their
attempts to extricate the victims.
HALL BOY STOPS FIRE PANIC.
While amoke from a locker room that
was burning In the basement of the
Dorchester Apartments, No. 131 lllver
alde Drive, floated up through the halls
Into the forty-eight apartments .shortly
before daybreak to-day, a hall boy at
the telephone switchboard announced to
each of the tenants that there waa "no
The result was that no punlc occurred.
although fanny went downatalrs to
watch the firemen at work. The fire
waa lu a room uaea by men ana noys
employed In the building as a dreasing
room. The damage was $1,000. Walter
Lambert, engineer of the building, dis
covered tho blase.
Rank Heserae gS.smt.TuO.
The statement of the actual eondl
tlon "f clearing House banks and trust
,'onipnnles for the week shows thst the
hold Ift, ass , TOO reserve ln exceas of legal
raqUhonnnt4t Thli Is an Increase or
1.30.1M from la" week.
Nobel Prlae for Draanallet.
STOCKHOLM. Nov. ll.-The Nobel
prise for literature has been awarded
to Herbert Mauptmann. the German
author and dramatist. He Uvea ln Bir-
1 50 TRUMPS AND
BROKE UP GAME:
( Commissioner. Alon. Mulcts
Raid on a Brooklyn Tip of I
'Card Playing Joint."
GETS LOOKOUT FIRST.
Lieutenant and Four Others
Nabbed at Pinochle in Sta
tion Two Suspended.
I "The System" would have quailed In
dividually and collectively, tha "ftystem"
would have quaked could it have seen
j the grim look In the eye of Police Com
1 mlssloncr Wnldo as hla automobile
i chug-cbugged across Brooklyn Bridge,
cloaked hy the shadowa of the night,
i The L'ommlasloner waa sleuthing.
While the big crook! watched the little
crooks of Brooklyn; while the atool
I pigeons watohed all of the crooks; while
I thu police that keep watch and ward ln
Brooklyn were watching both atool
I pigeons and crooks, big and little. Com-
mlssloncr Waldo was out to watch the
police. There was none but the moon
! to watch the Commissioner.
! Had not the ajert Schmlttberger ben
to Brooklyn no later than Thuraduy
! night and had be not returned peevlah,
complaining that he found many in
stances of slack discipline in the
i labyrinthine niases of that borough.
I Kven so had It been with Max. And
i now his Chief was out to witness for
himself the derelictions that had been
Schmlttbergcfed Into his allocked ears.
The Commissioner,! automobile rub-
v : -tired its way through the faatnessea
of Brooklyn, now reposing ln eerie
eilence and Plutonian gloom, until It ,
reached a point exactly one block dis
tant from that fountain of crack pollee
fninihlp known as tho Lower Pulton
Street Police Station.
"Pa s i-t!" the Commissioner hoarse
ly whispered to his faithful chauffeur.
The faithful chauffeur, ua ll his wont
when comanded by his chief, ps s tad.
BUT ONLY A LONE DOORMAN
GUARDED THE PLACE.
The Commlsaloner mounted the steps
with tread of velvet. Ho stepped across
the threshold. He tinned that grim
look of his. as though it were a search
light, upon the lieutenant'a desk. The
I desk woji there, nut, alas and alack. It
The Commissioner looked about him.
The fortress, frowning and fearsoms
from without, seemed to have baen
evacuated by Its defenders. Not a
human being In sight! The Commis
sioner feels us though he had strolled
Into some vast ruin, long ago deserted
But hold! Here Is a live one, after
all. It Is the doorman .th" vigilant
Thomas KeJd, standing at thn end of
the hall. He salutes.
"Wherefore and why all thla ex
ceeding loneliness?" demanded the all
powerful Commissioner, "whither has
my lieutenant betaken himself."
"If you please, sir," replied the valiant
Thomas, "he has g.me upstalrc to wash
"Ah!" exclaimed the Commissioner,
with accent on the last syllable, "stam
where you are. 1 o not go upstairs to
announce me. Let us see wha; hap
pens." The veracious clock that ticked hbOTI
the Lieutenant's .leak Indicated that It
was five minutes since the stroke of 10.
For ten minutes more the Commissioner
snd Thomai Reld stood waiting. Noth
ing happened. ?." one appeared.
SLEUTHED UP THE 8TAIRS INTO
Then the Commissioner mounted the
stiilrs. Softly he trod the steps, lest they
creak. I.Ike death and time he moved,
There Is a sitting room for the re
serves on the second floor. There In
their hours of ease, they are permitted
to Indulge their craving for excitement
In the game of elesckers and to glut
their love of udventure in the pastime
known as dominoes.
But cards are atrlctly forbidden ln all
station houses by the explicit language
of rule umpty-ump.
Therefore yoti can Imagine how griev
ously shocked the Commissioner was
when h" observed a game of plnochli
In full blast light upon the table where
only checkers and dominoes are do
rlgueur. Yes, they were shuffling, deal
ing, melillng right In tbe sacred pre
cincts before the Commissioner's very
History records not who waa actually
In the game, but present, either as play
ers or spectators, were these doughty
minions of the law of the law that
aays no card games ln police stations:
Lieut. Dooley, the gracious and gen
tlemanly brother of Inspector Robert
Dooley, whose place was at the desk
Sergt. .1 'imes McNamara, commander
of the reserves.
Policemen Johnson, Flanagan and
(lamer, high privntes and comprising
respectively the right wing, centre and
left wing of the resea-vos.
"DownBtalrB all of you!" thundered
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Said eserswhare. ha bases lc. 2.
Till Hal d head club of America Is to
Rena'or llnilry declares the report
A Cabinet in. ! strike Is not cxpertrd Wtlfll flov. Wilton I" away.
NO nrfr,,pi fcrfl to b permitted
"aM are at I pfMnhim.
Dandelions are blooming In flattery
,hat are ln bl0"som
Joaquin Millr-. reported dyln? aevcrnl
cured by hominy and honey.
No. Illf Sr. .In'in'i Viace, Brooklyn,
the Clrnpalgn, New It ll an undertaker'
There were nlnet' -nnd-nlne thnt nsfely lay In tlie plgllllty for Hoose.elt
In Csllfornln. ICOOrAlng to till final olhelal flgurea
HIOH OORT OF LIVING New York man paid .1 In Poughkeepsle for
three smalt catfish. Hs violated the game laws In catching them.
"Lieut. Dooley, I suspend you." said
the Commissioner when they were all
arrayed before him In the hall below.
"Sergt. McNamara. 1 suspend you. As
for you. Officers Johnson. Flanagan and
Qarner G-rr-r! Or-rr-r!"
Then the Commissioner. having
sleuthed so snceeesfullv. got back
Into his automobile and OhttgHShUggld
over to New York again, mindful, of
course, that Mayor Oaynor has hit
habitat In Brooklyn.
MUCH SOUGHT REGAN,
WHO ESCAPED HERE,
Man Who Walked Out of
West Side Court Under Ar
rest in Quebec.
Deputy Police Commlsaloiiir Dough
erty received a despatch tn-dny from
Chief of DeteGtlVOI Joseph Carpentler
of Quebec, Canada, thst John Regan,
who escaped from the West Side Police
Court on Oct 1H. while awaiting sr
ralgnment. is under arrest In that city.
An immediate start waa made on ar
rangements to bring Regan back to
New York, for Ills escape has been the
source of oonuslderable trouble ln the
Police Dopnrtment. .
John Regan Is a brother of "Kid"
Regan, who murdered a man In a Ten
derloin dive and eluded capture for
many months. It was reported that
"Kid" Regan was under police protec
tion, but he was llnally picked up In
A man named Frank Johnson com
plained on Oct K. that John Regan hud
stolen $a0 from his pocket ln a Seventh
avenue saloon. Began was arrested
that same day by Policeman Twlllmun
of the Traffic Suuad. and on Oct. IS
was taken to the West Side Police
Willie Twlllman was getting th
PHpers ready Regan simply picked up
his hat and wnlked out His lhnin.01
was discovered too lnte to allow of
successful pursuit. Twlllman bag been
tried nn charges of allowing Began to
escape. He says it was ihe fault of
IS CAUGHT IN CANADA AMP
I There are more B
H Fatima, Turkish-
I blend Cigarettes sold
I in this country than
I any other brand. I
H A juat-right mildness and H -
Turkish delicacy about I
B them that ia H
be incorporated In Connecticut.
nf his rentgnatlon Is exaggerated.
at the T- nnr-ssrc Pocltty'a dinner, and
Pork in(1 Wall afreet reports ahW
months ago. snya he haa been
was n Bull kfOOIt
the court officers who failed to guard
Information reached Commissioner
Dougherty through underworld sourer t
on Nov. thnt Began wsa under ni
Pelt In Quebec under the namn of Dan
Fitipstrlck. Dougherty promptly sent
hler ( nrpenller Regan's photograph,
finger prints and Bertlllon measure
ments and "Dan Fltapatrlck" waa
found to be the fugitive Regan.
Me, lean Rebels tgain .dire.
WAS'f.lNtiTON. Nov. It, -Increased
activity of rebels in Northern MealC I
was reported to-day to the State de
partment to-day. They are said lo oc
troi all communication north of Aca
P'.ilco. 1irge bsnds of rebels nnd man
small groups of marauders are report ri
in Northern ern Crui.
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