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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1012
OF POLICE CRAZY,
HIS FATHER SAYS
Alleged "Frame-Up" Burftiry
One of Series at Same
Thr atrnnaa racial n IVnlam'n lAfJ
ta tha Aldermanlc Oonimlttsa yastarda
annul Drnuty CMRMMtoMr DMgfctft
pavna" him linn to "frama up" a Mir
Urv, taking: ra-a!pta f.r 'ha rnnnav and
nmt;ne t m In tho PeMrg Daeartffient
Ulna, ffafi rrd wltlt geiggeitteefl WiA
gggpalf to-dav sr (geea bery, iIm fstnar
f the yotina Infei'ngai Mr lvy ta
aenlnr mffirlifr rf tha rirm taT l.avy.
iloodmah A 'o. , No "a Rrnn!'v,
nT- rtoor pi Msg hulldlnr !n whlh or-
mrrn lha rnhhary of Ssiilro." faatlier
ast.iMlalimant. whlih voiinit LtV tnJBg
h arranged at the reajlieal of I itiarhrrt y ;
and pertain drtert'ves.
Mv ann. Uninv," aald tha alrlar J
lavy. "fa iindnuhtedlv rr tr.v. 1 f i v awnrn I
leatlmony that ha aaa Ilia fH.nd and
aaaoolata of humlara COaVlnrsi ma that I
hla mind haa bMB turnad M had mm- j
panlnna Only three dys ha aaa
!n here to ara nia arid told ma h'- was .
rrnpKiyad M m private leto- live ajenfy
and waa drdna trail.
TOLD FATHER FORMER BUR
GLARY WAS "FRAME-UP."
"Tha drat Intimation I hud that my
aon ill not ahaotntaly hnneat reaped
tna "hen ha was arreMed laat July.
I'hantad with ImrKlari He waa Med
antl aoqirlltod Hp told ma tha crfa waa1 Hr
frumal ii' on him and I lielleyed him.
but I i-ouldn't have him aneind tha
atora any longer hm-anao paopio would
talk, ao ha left the business, lie ful
married two yeara ago and Adn't live
at home after that
"Benny la my yminaest aon and waa
a very brla-ht s-holar. 1 wanted him t"
Ro to oollaae. lull he preferred business
and I took him Into tha atora after ha
left hlah J.-hool I waa In bnalnraa then
at Waa. 1 and Waal Kourth atrael.
under the firm name of Ievy Wain
stein, and the bualnaaa waa ratnd at
"Danny learned tha bualnaaa and want
on IB road. Ha waa a aalaaman lor two
yeara and one of tha beat 1 aver ha I
Than he came Into the ofllre and oon
had virtual L-onliol of the bank account.
Ixir'.na ail the tlmo he waa In cliara
hundreds and teundTedi of thouaanda ot
dollars paaaed through )ls handi, and
never a raa mlaalng.
TrfirraJ failed fifteen mantha aso
aa 1 etaxtad a new firm here. Ilenny
.ame with Baa. Ha opened and cloaod
tha loft often be waa out very late
i ala-ht and away all day Sunday. Ha
explained that ha waa kept aiit by bual
naaa. It waa then. I believe, that be
got lata bad company.
"He worked right here in the atore
until he waa arreated aa a burglar.
After that I understood he want Into
tha private detective bualnaaa."
TESTIMONY MmY CLEAR UP OLD
In view of 1-evy'e atatamenla to
tha Aldermanlc Committee Harry Su
plro, proprietor of tha African
Feather Company at No. 1l HruaUaay.
think a he aara aon.a light on a mya
Urioua robbery r which ha waa the
victim two yeara aco. At about ini
tiate the firm of Levy, Goodman Oa,
moved Into the loft building next door
at No. 7.9 eomebody (ot Into riaplro'a
place and atola tl.MO worth of oatrtch
The police, tha buralitr Inaurance and
i rotectlve aaency people worked on M
aae In vain. Tnera waan't a mark on
h door or window. The concliiaton of
tha date- uvea a that the thlat muat
have awung hineelf over tliu roof In I
front and opened a window Mr. 8a-1
plro la now Inclined to think that the
burglar t In with a akolaton key.
Two monthe after tha feral robheiv
thlevaa out a hole In the roof over Ma
plro'a IWt, hut aet off the burglar alarm
and were era red away Boon after thla
another attempt waa made to enter tha
loft by a rear window and attain the
burglar alarm frightened away tha
"la the robbvry of laat June," aald
Mr. Haplro to-day. "the ihlevea cut it
hole through the wall bat wean tny loit
and the one next door, In No. 77y. Evi
dently they knew that waa the only way
the could gat In without dteturhlng the
burglar alarm. How did they net that
knowledge If not by experience? I'jrt
aeuuently I believe the autne gang t lat
nobbed me In June tried tha other two
rohberlea, and, uerhapi, accompliahed
tha first one.
"I never aaw thla young mun l,eyy
until yeaterday, when I went to the OttJ
Hull to be a wtuieae before the com
mittee. I waa In
the room given uver
to wltneaaea when I-vy came and eat
down alongalde me and began to talk.
" -Jee" he aald, 'I've got my lawyer
here with me.'
''Why do you want a lawyer? I
" Well,' he aald. 'you can't tell what
they are going to axk you, au 1 got my
'Thla worried me and I telephoned to
my lawyer and he rania to the City
Hall. . Of courae, 1 didn't need bUn.
"I don't believe Capt. Henry or hla
deteutlvea took any of the II. WO worth
of Ceatbeee ttiaf mmrm mlMlntr after thai
burglary of June tl. Murray, flottl and
othera worked hard on the caae. The
stolen feat here, lonae, tied In bundles
and etuffed In (ult cases, lay around
Ihe atattrm houee a couple of dayg be
fore I went there with an adji ter lo
figure on their value."
DOUGHERTY PAID FOR STOOL'S
TIP TO CAPTURE OANO.
fommlaatoner Do.igherty had thli lo
eiy about Levy's story to -day:
"In the fleet place I want to say that
I have been a detect! e twenty-hve
yaara. It haa practically be, n niy Ufe'a
work. I have had boundleaa experience
wMn 4htevea and crlmlnale, and I ought t
ta know something about them In all I
my experlent e us a defective my Integ
rity haa never been questioned.
"I have had the oonMence no I only
of thoxe for whom I have worked, but
of the crooka who gave me Information.
1 have never hlraye! one of tue men
Who hav,- helped me, ami I never
framed' a eHma on a mari In my life,
I'd chuck up the buslneae before li do
anything Ilka that.
"Now, aa to thla I-evy Thara haJ
aaata a acilag tat artnea feathai' iok
berlea :aat anmmar Tha work waa
eki fully done and tha dntert -.e ',,-lt I
'i-eri making any haalay In ftopiong
the thievery. i
"Dalartl .loaeplt laly cama to trie
and aald ha had p.fkad up a man
named Levy, who know eomethlna ,
a'tout the robber1a I fold him lo
brtna lvy In Hy otietlonlng him I
found out he had aortte knowledire N
miaperteil threw men known to ha
fearher thievea and 1 a'loaed their pic
turea to LeVi !! aahl he kntw them
and that he believed they had been en-(a-d
" 'If Viai bring In Information leading
to tha arrerrt of theae rnn.' I told
lvy. I'll pay you for your trouble 1
, "I-eyy paid he naede,l aome money 1
! for aSpaMat and I gave h'.m 135 Noih
tai Wal aald about a Mlttwry After fgeugnlgwl thai practically
tna .areata were T? I
I mam mm IT.. ... .
I gean gave aeevj mwrwi
' were tnken for tha pavmetite.
The man ideade,1 g-illty The feather
I roirberlea attpped. I thought I had I
topped thetn pretty cheaply.
PAYMENT IS LEGITIMATE PART
OF POLICE WORK.
'1 had never aaen Levy hefora Ihla
matter, and I never aaw him again un
til he waa hroitght In here In .lulv. iiu
j der arreat for bumlnry. Thrrt la the
I hiatorv of th cnae. Tl a payment of
mnev to thlevaa for Information about
. tlilrw la II legitimate DOHCi etpailll-
i ture ana haa never been i-onaldered
! "Aa to I.nvv a rharge Hint policemen
) atoie feathara, i am Invaallgatlng it
Thla la the Ural time tha h u-ca'y of
! Iht delactlvea engaged in thli caaa haa
ever baen quaatloned. I have every
eaiMaMI lii them, hut tha InveatUrii-
tlioi now under way will he thorou.-h "
FU'SN QUITS TO HEAD
SECRET SERVICE; SAYS
HE PILED EVIDESCE
William J Flynn. fVirmer Tiepuiv
Polite Commlaeloner. who haa nult din
ging op evidence fur tha Aldermanlc
Inyeat'gatlng Committee hecane the
Mayor haa held up hla claim fur t?.20o
aalary anil expenaea, Hill aaaurna h4
poaitlon of Chief of the Tnlied .Htatra
ral HrtDea in waahinfton in aao n
a month, he aald to- lay. He a'ao aru
nounce1. aa hla valedictory for the Cur
ran . oiiimlltee, the prophecy that Curran
had In !il oallar evldeni-e of a more
aurprialng character than ntiy hitherto
Inttocliimrt: all he hag lo do la to drag
Flynn ahowed more or Uaa patent algna
of aorcneaa over the way he thought he
had been treated by the Mayor arid
othera concerned In the failure of hla
aaUtry to materialise When een nt
hla home, No. SMI Went One Hundred
and Klghty-alxth etreet, hy an livening
World reporter to-day. he commented
guirdealy upon the Incident of hla realij
natlon. "I hava been aiipolnll head of the
Secret Service to aucceed Chief vTMMa,
Bfteg ruier lelng agent for tha Treaa
ury liepni-iment." iciynn anUI. "and I
exi t to take hartic In about a month.
I have eeveenl thlnga to cluaji up yi t
for tlio Cut ran Committee, and I have
to go over my effa fa In the CuatOm
Hnuae beforn I leave for Waahlngton.
'The only i-eaaon I had for reelgnliig
from my uoaiulon aa Invaatlgntor for the
committee waa that the Muynr'a offlce
held tip my pay. I understand the
whole bill uai been held up for one Item
of 1100- That la a valuable nflldavlt, and
the expenditure was perfectly Jiwtlflable.
"Aa to the teatlmoiiy given yeaterday
efore the committee by lrvy regarding
the 'frameup' in the robbery of a feather
loft at No, 71 Broadway i I am ikmlldeiil
that Levy waa telling the whole troth.
The evlden'-e apeaka for Itaelf. Levy la
corroborated by four pi'laonere, who
would not now he In hill If they had nt
been 'framed' aa Levy aaya they were."
The production of Irvy waa Klynn's
Whan he waa asked what he thought
of tne preaent organization and conduct
of tiio l'ollce Department. Klynn ro
nlled: "Just because I am out of the
department and have been for near
ly two yeara, la no reaaoii why
I ghould knock It. A lot of nhuaea were
trolng on there during my time. How
ever, now la to I lino lo dlacua thiwe
mattcra. I really and alncurely want to
forge! It, believe me.
"You can quote me as ertylng. how
ever, that Ihe Detective Ituieau. In my
opinion, la belter now than It ever haa
Ktnot y R lttn kner. , ntmael for the
Aldcrmanl'- Committee, sal.', to-day that
the "olll.-ial reaaon" for Klynn'a quit
ting waa not BSMMUMM hra bllla had heen
held tip, but that he had been ofTen-d
the pooltlon of chief of the secret Ser
vice, a post he had Ions coveted.
"When we ae. tired the services of Mr.
Flynn." Bttoltttar explained, "It waa with
the dellnlte u ii. Ii rat a mil to." thnt he ahnuld
he released If he hud the opportunity
t. V ome load of the Hecit Service.
We have no thought of hla lUOcagaor,
If there will be anu pt-lnclpiillv be -auhe
the work innppi-d out for the Immediate
future la of a legal nuture and not re
quiring much detective ability."
It waa Irani'. 1 to-day that not only
had Flvnn'a bllla been held up. hut alao
the bills of every other peraon ronnected
with the Investigation, lurludlng counsel
and the atenographere. When the. wilaty
and exiienau nccountH reached the Comp
troller they were audited, "O. K.'d" and
'o, -wenled to tho Mayor'a ottlce. Tl
Mayor promptly ordered the warrant
clerka not to DaM any of the bllla.
atniHf i.iiynot a a tlon was baaed, It
I I aald. on the opinion of tha Corporation
COUgggri Nov. t thnt In order lo raeatVa
I Pay lenally the ape. la; oounaal should
j have been daalgnatad as "Spe. nil Aealat-
aut Corporation Counaal" aaalgnatl to a
I special Investigation. The lawyer Wert
i " dcelKroiled on that day.
The othclal at tiogra-phera are nntler
: an lnveat gation by the Coiiiui.ee: r of
A -counts on tin mplatnt thai th
Aldnmanlr Commlttet had not award
the contract to the lowaat bidder
Manufactured ,,nlv bv
JAMLS I'YU & 5UNi. Nw York.
m jwVBjVBjWbjp Bjam
TURKEY 24 HOURS
TO ACCEPT TERMS
(Cuiilluuad from First Page. I
the w(1e of
uaaaan Turkey 1a roat.
Turkoy 1a lost, eo much ao
the Tsitilc, and tha "ounc!ll of the
oi toman public debt are already tarkHng
atoeU of their own Irttereeta In the hTatl
pfaringgg In view of protecting fhem-aeh-na
when the f1na eettlement comet
up for discussion.
Tliev hope that rhe Interaata of the
bondhol.leis will be better safeguarded
thft rne than waa the case at Ihe
Herl n congraas. To thnf end tha Coun
cil of the ottoman public debt haa IBS'
grated In Its Kuropexn ayn'li-utea tha
MvlaaTbHIty f approaching the BwWarl
on Ihe aubject, while a atatament of lha
rrvi-riuia affectot to the aetvbe of the
public debt In the iirovlrsres now chang
ing nwnetetv.p ! bt (hg drawn up for Ihe
uae of the Ambnssmlors of the Kuropean
(Mja-crs at Conalontinople.
The total of thoae raveanea l about
U ,800.000 (g7.5O0.0O0.)
Bealdee tna ahova Intaragtg there are
alao those of the rnllmnda and of the
loans eecuod on certain fixed revenuaa
which also hava to bo cnneldere.1 and
for which frgah aiTgllggnnntg wilt be
Hitherto only a fw of the aoldlera
haWly wounded in Uittla have arrived
here. A ntimiier of tha Invalided men
nra affected by blond polaonlng ami
r.angr-ene owing to th'-lr wounda not be
ing treated for aevcral days after they
were Inflicted. The doctora In attend
ance declare Hint tnanv of the wounds
have lo-en aelf InfllOtad,
Long linns of carriages commandeered
In fiie Turkish capltnl are tiring used
for the transport of the ab-k and wound
si man to the Improvised hospitals.
No cholera pollenta are eent to tha
city, but praoatatiOn Is taken to prevent
refugees bringing It In. Pugltlvea con
tinue to crowd around the city wnlls.
TratalOada of them nre being sent off
I .'illy nlong ihe t lilroi l in , Asia M "..r.
Many of the foreign ri ltdanta who
were willing to risk tha ehanca of a
fanatlcaJ autbraaJl are departing for
Bwfogg baogttgg of the cholera.
Th departure of prominent n sni'
of the Voung Turk party for Ruropa u
ronakferad by many aa foreahadiwlng a
pggalbla return of the oiii regime, m
which case tbii Young Turk Igg lera
would be the flist aulTereri. in nny OMg
the Internal situation la a source of
much speculation and nobody tUU any
Idea of gahat will happen.
VIKNNA, Austria, Nov. in A hatrd
lo-hand h.-ivonel light occurred a I tha
port gf Sail GlaVannl ill .1edJa dnrln.r
Thnrsduy night when the Mnh'o.ogi ne
IIM eded In dlalodglng the Turka fro n
the rnnunlaltiH dominating the r-y.
According lo a despitch from Dlila tno
to me MM a RUmoet of Emguah vol UP
lagrg lighting on the Montenegrin lleji
were ivniind,-1 Slxtv Turkish Ibldlera I
were taken prtaonera,
The Turklah garrlaon of Han OhiVgnnl I
ill Med.ua haa hern relnfoirrd hy the
arrival of aome big guns according t.
a deapatch to the lteb-hspnat. The iop
of the Montenegtlns that the-, would
be able lo Capture the port haa there
oUtarl where the Turkish gar-la. in
la making sin h a Ug Mailt haa -ecelvrd
a aupply of fresh prOVtaiong aiilTlclrnt lo
last for forty daya.
The Turklah cominandiint of Seut-irl
declarea according to the Neoe Frele
Ih-eaae that he will hold the fortr.-aa
itnlll Ihe laat man of Ihe Turkish gar
rlaon haa fallen, even ahould the Otto
man government order him to surrender.
He aaya he will certainly not rail alive
Into the hands of Ihe Montenegrins.
ATHKNS. Greece. Nov. in The laat
day of Turklah rule In Halonlca were
daya of anirchy. according to ne
gpgtgheg received from thai city. The
Greek Minister of I istb-e, M. H.ierlvjn,
who went there lo represent the Gre k
Government, was a.-compauld by Co..
Monferratne with Itrong de'echments of
Greek and Cretan military police Ha
took Immediate etrpa to i .--establish or-
and theae weto conipleiniy aucceaa-
Since then a fresh cnntlneent of Greek
military police haa been despatched to
Hands of Mtiaaulman Alhanlana from
Ihe dlXtrlOtl of l'pper Albania continue
to pillage And cummll outrages In
Norlhetn F.plrua and the district "f
Argyrocatre which wax Inhabited al-
moat entirely by Greeks, according lo a
arml-offlrial announcement The die
trtcta ha Va been devastated and prggs
tlcallv dapgptttntgw hy these system-
YOU ARE AS WELL
U USED SUCCESSFULLY FOR SO YEARS
Building or the Home
as a Matter of Economy
Long Island's Most Exten
sive Builder and Devel
oper of Residential
Sections Tells Why the
Future Will Create Im
mense New Wealth in
By WILLIAM H. REYNOLDS.
The trend of realty! operatnra toward
auburban development la an effeot and
not a cause
Man, aa are the development that
have appeared on Long Island In tha
paat few yeara. 1t may he ataled with
out fear of contradiction lhat theae
cnnwiinrilUee were Inaugurated not to
create but to meet a demand, or to
prepare for a demand wh ah aeemed Im
minent. For the movement of tens of thou
aanda of fanitllei pant-up 1n the crowded
urban centrea, families deilring freah
air and play room for their children
and open epareg for themselves, became
several yeara aao a very deHnlte con
dition a condition which New Jersey
with Its euperlor facilities for transpor
tation waa tho Mrat to feel. And now
with the Long 1 aland itallroad In posi
tion to move Its patroua eaally. com
fourthly and oulckly to moat arceailble
points, the counties of Queens and Naa
sau have felt the migratory Impulse
from New York and Ilrooklyn and must
Inevitably) continue to feel it with ever
Haelng calculations upon what tha
paat haa shown, I do not hesitate to
make the prediction that before 19S0 or
say fifteen yeara from date the popula
tion of New York and vicinity will ap
proximate ton millions. Now this means
one thing certainly tho rise In value
of all accessible suburban real aatate,
the extent of the rise, naturally, depend
ing upon locality and method of de
velopment. And there Is not the allghteat doubt
in my mind that choice localities, which
have been, or shall be, properly de-
eloped, will see In every detail the
phenomenal Increases In vnlue that
llroadway and Fifth avenue have ex
perienced. Such developments as I huve
In mind, of course, have In them possi
bilities In tha way of locality and na
tural advantages that other develop
ments now existing on Long Island do
not poaaeas, but even so. In view of
present public tendenoles. I do not, aa
have pointed out, see nhyi the holder
of any accessible Long Island property
should not expect his holdings to en
hance In value.
I hava always believed that tha quick
cat lse In values must first Ian felt in
I a ii lojafttant srnlon has eotnc reaevm
for exlklcnce, some thing aside from
the community Itsedf that will draw
l arsons thither. That Is why I have
alwavg been such an ardent sylvncuto
of oceati-fnint property In thla vicinity.
That is why I am developing bran
Hesch. oeesn frontage which is all Big
dlatriv accessible to any city la a
monopoly because, no matter how many
limes tiie population of the city mav
double In the course of tho years. Its
baach-f mm properly cannot Increase a
In the next generation the ocean-front
property w.ll all have been purchased,
after which 1 see no reaaon at all why
desirable ocean-front lots ahould not
command prices aa hlgrh as desirable
business lots Ifl the hear: of Manhat
tan now enmmund. Good bualueaa altea
in this city tn-dsy may bo acquired
only by the capitalist, or by tree vary
rich mtn-hants, or by men who are
able to secure capital. That, I believe,
will Inevitably be the caae in the next
Eeneration with property on the At
lantic which Is within close touch of
New York City. For the ocean Is al
ways sn attraction, and homes by Its
shores are always In demand.
Opportunities for buying excellent
altes cheap in tha heart of Manhattan
lay with our grandfathers whether
they accepted their opportunities or not
may be answered by our own financial
condition. And yat wa to-day have an
opportunity that promises) rich return
not alone 'or our children, but for our
selves Many of us will neglect the signs of
lha titnei, aa many of our grandfathcx a
AS YOUR STOMACH
To keep Ihe body in the
beat possible condition you
muit keep the stomach
gtrong and the bowels reg
ular. For this particular
work you ghould try
It toneg, atrengtbeng, in
vigorates. Keepa the ap
petite normal, bowel open.
prevents Malaria, Fever
and Ague and
' AT ALL DKU0G1STS AMD
jam H '
' aelBraVaiH BrBWwW geW
Lm iv Mrr. I
MI. Many of u, too, will Ml Hon th
ninta wfV.ili inny ,.'.tWi reul, aiiJ
will Join with iht army now anMtdl
In th nirVrMnnt for iMaMthfUJ MVtffll
mftit and . it v of 1',kw rtKm-n
army nn.Tewi.ng w hy w-jmk.
WAGNER'S WAR REPORTS
DISCREDITED BY EXPERTS.
in? Assort dad rraas.l
taONOONi Nov. 1. Titer discredit Is
now thrown hy military experts In Kng
land on the reports published In Vienna
papers of the movements arvl operations
of the lttilgarian and other armies In
the field The reputation of Lieut. Wag
ner of the lteic-hspoat. which went up
Ilka a rocket when hn was rjalmlng to
be the only correspondent witnessing
ties battles, his now fallen like a stone.
Tho llngllah -ncwapapera express the
opinion that the Viennese war corre
spondent has been used knowingly or In
nocently by th ttulgarbui staff to send
reports of movements of the Hnlg.u 1 i.-.
armies for the purpose of misleading
the Turks. Thn great battle which he
declared had been fought nearlv a fort
night ago at the line of t'hatalja w:ren
the losses were declared by him to have
exceeded those at Lule Burggg never oc
curred Ona correspondent with the Itulgarlan
headquarters declnres that Lieut. vVarr
ner was at headquarters most of to.,
time during the battle of Klrk-Klllaaah,
whloli he claimed to have wltnaaaad,
ami be WOUld havo had to ride '.'no miles
In two days If lie had seen it.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
AN APPEAL TO REASON ! !
A LOT IN THE VAN CORTLANDT
PARK SECTION. BOROUGH
BRONX. NEW YORK CITY,
Time from City Hall 1
Time from Herald Square . . .
The buyer pays for
First payment 30'',' cash, balance within 3
years. 5' ,' interest charged.
From 1903 to 1911 there was constructed in
the Borough of Bronx 16,724 new buildings.
The possibility of future growth, develop
ment and increase in value is greatly hindered
and retarded by the excessive time consumed
daily to and from Van Cortlandt Park section,
average two hours and twenty minutes.
By what logic should a lot thirty minutes
north of Herald Square be worth $50,000, while
you can buy a lot thirty minutes east of Herald
Square for $500? As land, they are both equal
in all respects.
Do you wish us to prove to you that these lots
that we are selling at $500 each are the best
bargains in New York City?
Comparative Statistics Showing Increased Population, Increased Buildings,
Increased transportation Facilities, Warrant the Statement that Every Dollar Invested
in Borough of Queens Lots Will Grow in Profits Five Times Quicker Than if Invested
in Lots in the Borough of Bronx.
LAWYERS' TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST CO. POLICY DELIVERED WITH EACH DEED FREE
SPECIAL SET OF ELECTRIC CARS LEAVE EVERY SATURDAY AT 1 P. M. AND
SUNDAY AT 3 P. M. TO SHOW THESE LOTS
Come to the train gate, Penn.-Lortf Inland Station, 33d St. and 7th Ave., and meet our
agent, with white ribbon on coat, marked "4th Ward, Borough of Queen," or to the Flatbuah
Ave. Station in Brooklyn, a few minute before above time, and he will ahow you theae lota.
New York Suburban Land Co.
30-34 West 33d St. (Specialist in ew York cuy Lois) New York City
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IN GENERAL SESSIONS
Severe Punishment Ciiven to
Some Mid First Oftenders
Get Their Freedom.
Flftaan prlsorwAg. men and women,
oonvlcted of varlofls crimes In the (,'ourt
o 'leneral Sessions, were dlsiMiaed of by
he Judges of that court yeaterday. Tha
penalties Imposed were:
BV JUDGE MULQUEEN
Iranlel O'llny. twenlv-thi-ee yesra old.
Convicted attempted murder. Hhot at
man he fie hi up Thr-ee prior convic
tions for misdemeanors. State prison
not less than six years or more than
twenty-four years and six months.
BY JUDGE MALONB.
Frank Griffin, r'K.htcen years old, r e
gro. tried an. I convicted assault. Klrst
offense. Jury re-ommended mercy. Kl
BY JUDGE GRAIN.
Chart aa Klraobanbgurn, ggvantaaa yeara
old. Trl d and convicted of grand lat
ceny. Stole fifteen mile of cloth from In
front of store on West Twentv-fourth
tfant Klrjt olTcnsr Ellmlra Itefonna
tory. BY JUDGE SWAN N
Joseph Llpschutx. seventeen years
old, pleaded guilty attemplel grand
larceny. Broke into dru atore at No.
ISM Amaterdam avenue Klrst ofTense.
Frank Smith, twenty-tx ve.ira old,
negro, pleaded guilty unlawful entry.
Klrst offense. "On account of tha good
reputation of defendant and hla con
tinued employment sentence sus
pended." William Wooda, twenty-Hve years
old, born In Ireland. Pleaded guilty
grand larceny. Htole gx)ld watch from
woman on atreet Second offense State
l'rlson Ave years.
BY JUDGE FOSTER.
White Heor, thirty-six yeara old, In
dian, pleaded guilty unlawfully carry
ing a l.hlfe. Claims used knife In show
business. Klrst offense. Sentence sus
pended. Hannah McKarlnnd. twenty years old.
negfaaS, pleaded guilty grand larceny
Stole two diamond rings from em
ployer. First offense Bedford Re
formatory. James O'Grady. thlrtv-slx years old.
REAL ESTATE FOR BALE-QUEENS.
WOULD YOU RATHER
A FAIR COMPaARISON:
hour S minutes
all improvements to be
botn In lr:aril. flgndgg grill' of as
sail It He.it hi wife l"i:st otter, e
Pgnltel liar one rllgnfl
Wililann 'i cgnry. thirty-fhiea years
old. negro pleaded guilty gsggufl. Klril
offense renltentlaty one year
Albert Mamlllon. tMrly-tWo years Old,
gleadad gullt,t burglary Fifgl offana?
panltantlary one vest.
I.aa rente Mattson. thirty years old.
horn In Sweden, pleaded giilltv grand
larceny Dlghonaal atrvanl. V.rst if-fe-i.e
penitentiary one ear.
Jonas Herr. forrv -nine .-ars old. born
lg Hungary, pleaded guilty forgery.
Forged ttnagg for BJ, Bggond offense
S'ate prison sevn yarr.
Sidney Nosh Iwentv years oid. pleaded
guilty forger Ko-ged h's mother's
name to che k for g6a Mrst offense
Kf mlra refo glglol v.
Percy l.ee. alxteen years old. negro,
pleaded au.lty assaulting girl. Kirs: nf
renss RMmlra reformatory.
SHOT AT FOR REBUKING
MAN WHO HIT HIS GIRL
Yotlflf Man Holds Revolver While
His sail;int Hrfs Plvt
Thotngg W Leonard, fwinfy-flvs. of
No Ml K.isl Karty-slxth ;.;, id
taken hla bes- girl to a .Innce . nd n.u
telling bet gaod by In : ve- b lie of
her borne. No. H3 l.'itt Fgrthftg a n't,
inrl) to-day a ban Limit Wct'sc'iko,
twenty-seven, who lives at lha gdltrel,
entered Ihe vestibule
Wrslschko syung a dor so tt "truck
the young woman Leonur.l robuged
hint, A minute Ister Wrals. hko ie.
turned and Invited Leonard into Ihe
atreet to "aettla tha rnattei -.' Leonard
went, and Wratachko drew a raVOlv -r.
leMnari seised It by the bsrrel and nian
sged to hold it up while Wrats. hko
pulled the trigger five times.
Policemen llurden and Olsen of the
Mast Thirty-fifth street station heard
the shots and arrested Wratschko after
a alrufiale Thev charged hiss with at.
tempted felonious assault and carrytni
a revolver COnCflBltG, Lermard refujird
to tell the name of hla "heat girl "
geld by all
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
LOT IN T
CITY, COSTING $500
Time from City Hall
Time from Herald Square
First payment, $10 cash; $5.00 monthly,
From 1903 to 1911 there was constructed in
the Borough of Queens 32,924 new buildings.
What about this?
The possibility of future growth, develop
ment and increase in value is greatly aided and
augmented by the very reasonable time con
sumed daily to and from the Fourth Ward Sec
tion, average one hour.
There is no longer any reason, as the con
struction of the Pennsylvania Tubes at Thirty
third Street and the Subway from Wall Street
will equalize these values in short order; that is
why Queens Borough is growing so rapidly.
If so, send us a postal card for trip ticket,
literature and full particulars, or spend half an
hour on Saturday or Sunday, and come out and
see the lots.
HEALTH BEFORE MARRIAGE.
Illinois Women Want lav Itrqnlr
Ing I ertlflrafea
At'ROftA, lit., Nov. m-Amld I
1 storo- of gpflguM the 1 1 1 1n 'Is Ked-rv-i
Hon of Wo nen s Clugg, In convent on
j yrate.day. adopted a raao'utlon calling
Ion the mate to pass a law forbidding
he granting or marriage lleenaea unless
! applicants first present "good health''
Another resolution sdoptsd con
demned the segregation of vlca aa a
confession of weak morals.
BREAKS Ji GOLD,
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injr's Cold rompound
Cures Colds and Grippe
in a Few Honrs.
It is a positive fact that a 'lose of
rape's Com Connnnnd, taken every
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up lite most arxere cold, eitlur in Ihe
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nny jiart of lire Inulv
ll promptly rrlirvrs the molt mif
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ami rlietimntir twingrs.
Taka Ibis wonderful Compound g
ilirerlecl. with Ihe knowledge thst Iben
is notliing else in the world which will
curr yotlf cold or end (irippe misery a
promplly anil witlioul any other assist
ance or had after-efferts gi a io-crnt
package of I'ape's CnM t'ompounil,
which any druggist can supply arrrpt
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"wP evwrj lessen
Fiva Million Man uaa the ClllatU.
Thn Blades am fins. Cat a
Gillette Safe a Rasas Ce.,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
HE 4TH WARD
BOROUGH OF '
without cost to