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CONVICTED GUNMEN COLLAPSE;
ALL IN TERROR, BEG FOR APPEAL
WRATHKR Fair to.nlalit end tvednreria, warmer.
WF! ATIIEK r'alr n.-nlehi and t vdaradari rr a reset.
PKIOE ONE CENT.
FORTY GIRLS TRAINED
TO STEAL BY CROOK
KILLED BY SLEUTHS
Vogel Died With His Wife as His
Automatic Pistol Mowed Down
Five Men, Killing One,
DETECTIVE MAY DIE,
HOPE FOR THE OTHERS
Police Dig Up Remarkable Record of
Man Who Taught Servant
Girls to Rob Houses.
Vogel, the 'Weeping Thief,'' "Pagln, WlTfflaster over more than
forty girl thieves who stole for him, died fighting when with his eleven
shot automatic revolver he shot to death one man and wounded four
others who had trapped him in the Llsmere Hotel,, No. 884 Courtlandt
avenue, the Bronx, last night.
The woman who passed as his wife, and who was with him in his
final desperate effort to shake off the detectives, w.is killed with him by
This new light on the sensational affray in the Bronx hotel room
was revealed by the autopsy performed by Coroner's Physician Riegel
man to-day. Vogel's revolver fired only steel jacketed bullets; one lead
bullet from a police revolver pierced the heart of the thief, another bored
through him directly under the heart, and a third shattered his right
wrist. The woman, at first thought to have been killed by Vogel, was
killed by missiles from the detectives' guns one through the heart and
another through the neck.
Inveetlajatlnn nf Vogel'l rc-ord. mads
to-day, opens the vnn of a remark
tM ti'iman dorimrnt A criminal who
once brought a tattered woman and
four eblldren to court to cry for htm
dummlrs all and who by his blandish
ments and Tromlse of "May money"
cured a large staff of foreign servants
te rob ttie houses of their employers
for Ills benefit, Vogel wore diamonds cn
erring security until the end. The man
ner of his death belled his record of
Detectives to day uncover"! the luxu
riously furnished cache which Vog.l
maintained as u separate home
CHILD NOW SUES
Employer's Son Made Love In
Factory, Then Jilted Her,
a i.sshrui mtie maiden's mournful
ton of her lovs that P'afl " eptrd and
then cast away was told In hU audlbls
etntanott In Juttlcs Bljur's part .if tiie
gllprtmt Owirl to-day. The Jilte ! pllllli
tlff. Iiortlia Ctet, Ittkl 410,000 from Irv
Her st ii y ll the romance of a ftotory.
8iie Vat Wgoed behind hales r woolens
by the lOtl or her employer, anil the
girls Who Worked with her and invitJ
her nn ths brotpictlvi Mrt. Solomon ari
now n OOUrt to pity Mid help her.
Hrrtlia wai har II y fourteen years
old when she I tar ltd to eork :n 1104.
During the fir si year yoUIII Solomon
of 'i'ty." ae his frltnds calltd him.
often stole from his father's "Inc M
epetk lu tUu beautiful child. Another
GIRL WOOED AS A
FOR BROKEN HEART
tpartmentl at No, M West one Hun
dred and Klfty-fliei street. The rooms
R'trt rurnlthed with the plunder of girl'
thtevtry ellvtr marked with the mono
gratni of their original owners, fine
tiiliie napery, bed linen and emliroldery
This was Vogcl s home, tho detectives
be-lieve, and he maintained the separate
apartments at So. M West Twenty
fifth stieet ax a receiving depot for
ONE OF VOGEL'S VICTIMS PROB
ABLY DYING OF WOUNDS.
The victims of Vogel's sweeping fire
(Continued on Sixth rage.)
year and he visited her home. The
next year Bertha was a young woman
and Irving was not ashamed to
her to theatres and the parks. All
this time his attentions were unknown
to his parents.
Then her story lingers on an au
tumn night In 190!, when Irvlns pro-pn-seU
and was accepted. Hut her llance
hcyged her to withhold their secret,
explulnlng that his parents did not
wish him to marry a girl of a lowly
Station. All the time their love arid
devotion grew apace. Then came Ir
Wng's mother to the s lop.
"What Is this 1 hear?1' she demand
ed .if the girl. "Have you oeen keep
ing company with my liiyf"
Yes. madam, we are to be mar
ried.' "Vuu're nothing hut a working girl;
put on onr lint and gt out of here."
Broken-heartadi Hcrtha ran to her
mother's knee and there unfolded the
grief of her heart. Izsy called suvi . j
UUMH) lator, out Ills affection was gone.
II .i-ked her if Shu would accept some
money nod forget It all.
I don't w, nt su'ir money; I want
you,'1 hi ri'Plltd.
Thin living burst nto snger and
"AdventUreill Take ygui case to court
If you ilari'V
So Bortha came to ourt. in ,i picket
tied Willi blU ribbons an "Igly'g" 0ve
tt tars which will bo read to the Jury,
in .me nail a m- courtroom were the
defendant's ri.lHtlves. a ftphlouahly
gowuad iroup of women who smile ..nd
nicer at Berlin's slniplt lltlii! sinry of
a broken h' ai t.
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FIVE WHO HAVE BEEN CONVICTED OF ROSENTHAL MURDER
WBFTV LOU 18
HALT BIG BATTLE I
EIGHT HOURS TO
BURY THE DEAD
Bulgarians and Turkj Agree to
Armistice at Chatalja, Where
Losses Are Heavy.
TO TALK PEACE TERMS.
Balkan Allies Send Reply Giv
ing Assent to Sultan's Pro
posal to End the W ar.
COXST..TI MH'I.K. Nov II - The
Bulgarians ioday agreed to an sight
hour wrrolatlca to bury tin- deud. Tht
slaughter In tha p ist few dtyl has
been very heavy. For thirty miles,
from the mack Sea to tin Sea of Mar
mora, OOrpaeg are strewn thickly both
within and lu front of the Chutalja line
The artillery fight alonjt the lines of
Chatalja Was less violent jenterday than
on Sunday according to a report of
NaEim Patha, the Turkish couitiuuidcr-In-chief.
(firing, however, OOOUrrnd
along the Whole line of formications
"We repulsed the enemy's lnfat.tr.,
who tried to advance at some points."
SOFIA, Bulgaria. Nov. 19. The allied
Balkan natlone to-day aaaonted to the
Tnrkleh proposal to discuss the terms
of an armitloe and eventual peace. The
reply sent to the despatch of tho tlrand
VUler to King r'srdinand of BjIgarU
"The Bulgarian Government after
agreement with the allied Cabinets of
Servla, .Montenegro and 'ireece Informs
the Porte thst plenipotentiaries have
been appointed with instructions to ar
range with the command rJln-ehlef of
the Turkish armies the iond tions of an
armistice ami eubeequently to proceed to
the conclusion of pot It,'1
Simultaneously with the despatch to
the Orand Vliler nf ihttr agreement to
ippoint pence Dltttlpotentlarlei. the al
lied Balkan unions notified the Buro
pca-ii powers of the step they had taken
and tbsvnked them for t:,-u offer of me
diation Thry added that mediation Mas
no longer ni-reaiy, as the Portt had
adrircocd Itself directly to Balkan
states, who would now Ireat with Tur
key without outside Intervention.
ALLIES CAPTURE SUPPLY TOWN
miBKA. tfontsueg-ro, Wov. It A
combined army of gsrvlas and Mon
tenegrln troops to-day occupied the
town of Alesslo, near the Adriatic
coast. Alesslo taae been the chief
eource of supply for tbe besieged Turk
ish garrison of Mcutarl. Alt bung a
only a email place of 3,000 inhabitants,
Its possession Is of great Importance.
The Monteni grin and Servian armies
mot before A!c.lo yesterday afternoon.
i Tii- combined forces then delivered an
I assault of lUCh Atrotntng on Me Turk
ish garrison thai tht Turks holttod Iht
white Dug in Ihe tVOItlng. Tie Servian
land Montenegrin troops entered the
I town to-day Thi ir lotstg were not
VISUM A, Austria, VVi i - Serloui
Inttrnatlonai incidtntt are reported u
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eetSSHN lre.ll ill 110611 Mlisn .Inrel 11
tlionenliU ii. to-4stf sareliHisM. Uusissttts s
nt. i... a i.uDjii k.o. -,-
. BANKER ELOPE
Miss Tin nine, 19, Becomes;
Mrs. pernio, Then Phones
Mother at Lenox.
CHOIR ROOM COURTSHIP
"Couple Very Thoughtful,"
Father, " They Sent
Mis fieorire K Tumurt of N
BJaat Th rty-slxth street, hurried to
day to this city from Baatipj-ti the great
country place of thi T.irnures st
I.enox, to Join tier husband, who Is a
banker at No l Wall street, and talk
over the recent doing Of their daugh
ter Hllaabeth The oun woman ran
away with Allan BltBObard Kenno, tht
organltt of Trinity Ohurch In l-enox.
yrsterday, and to-tlay the daughter
telephoned to Mrs. Tumurt that she
was now Mr. Kenno. because she had
been married here lajit evening.
Wiille Lenox and York socletr.
In which the Turnuies are active, was
sirprlsid by news of the elopement
everybody said bt ought to have guttttd
n weeks ago. Tht close companionship
and devotion which had grown up he
IWttn Miss Turnure and young Mr
I'enno had already started gossip. Tin
talkers became particularly busy whet
Miss Turnure Insisted on having tits
organist as a guest at a dinner she gave
to a number of young friends In flu
I.enox colony several weeks ago.
Mr. Fenno has been at Lcnog but a
short lime, lie Is twenty years old and
bis bride Is only nineteen. Mr. Kenno
went to Lenox to take the place of Ed
ward Witherspoon as organist of Trin
ity. Miss Turnure waa a member of the
Trinity Volunteer Choir, whloh is Iralne.l
under the organist to take the place of
the paid vested choir from lime to time
luring the season. T.ie friendship
formed in the choir room soon went to
the golf links and the tennis OOUrtg.
There was some criticism among Mr
Turnurt'i friends because Mr. EVnno
had, as they said, "no Handing," and
was formerly a choir boy who itad been
the particular protege of the Ilev.
Arthur J L'tmmack, re tor of Trinity,
whose Inttrttl made it possible for Ihe
young man to go to New York to stuly
Owing lo the Illness nf Miss Mary
Turnure, a younger sister of the In I le,
Mt Tumurt rtmalntd at Btauprs
when Mr Turnure and his daughter
Klltabtth came to New York a week r
more ago to ooottpy the town house.
Yo mg Mr. l-'eiino eaS at his post at
ht Organ In Lenox on Sun lav. and the
exalte l, dreamy btaUty of his playing
eyat the cgutt of remark and COtlgratU
Itttlon. 11 came to New Y'ork early
ytSttrdty The purpose of his visit
was lint gUtPtOttd by any nnt In I.enox
until a telephone message to Mrs Tur- 1
mire from her daughter told of the j
Mitt Tumurt It a granddaughter of
Chariot Lap lor, me banksr Una had I
a promlntnl pan in
given by the Juolor
l.eag e. a a ifTra
PAslAUi CA.VAI. 111 IH.V
alX r.iNKs .l
Bt ltEAtl. Arm I.,
St m Fsri Bee. N.
; iti itl rig)
Tilt. Willi. 1
l " V Kl
AND DAUGHTER OF
glut auxiliary, whli-ir was glvajl si the
HUxu last Kehruaiy.
rather Tumurt hud a brfsyvd smile on
his fac w hen an BvenlHg WorUl re
porter called at the nfllces of Turil'lle.
Lawrence & Co. to-day. Ho htdtOatsd
clear b' that he was not making atn
frantic search Tor luls daughter, neither
V..I-. In- angry with hit or her husband
"These things have become so - oni
mon," he said, that they may In- ex
pected to happen with regularity. Ol
course It happened eOoner than they
.wanted, or rather, I thould say more
properly, soonei lliati wo i pecteil,
iTbcy wtrt ni 1 10 me, though Thty tool.
I ttinu from themselves to tenn mbcr me
m Itb a ttltgram yesterday
It w is sent from tomtWhert In the
city, but I suppose that they are ifff
honeymooning. I atn very ind of Bllf
aheth and 1 dn hope she la happy and al
ways w!l be I have several hlldien.
yotl know, an I I suppose this had to
happen with at least one of tnetn."
"Will you teach the young man ban'i
lug"" Ml. Turnure was asked Ms
-No." he tniWtrtd With a I winkle In
ills eye. "You see. he Is the only or
ganist m the faun y aid I guest we will
have him remain an organltt f ho will.
The daughtet seems to like him that
WILSON FORGETS POLITICS
. IN BERMUDA RETREAT.
President-Elect and himil.y (jettiiifi
Settled fur Vacation See a
1 1 am i L7TON . Bermuda, Nov. in
i he.- el. n: -eieet Wilson deelarea to-d
he Is beginning lo forget polll s M
Wilson and tin- other members of tie
family have been busily enguge.l In
unpaeklng. They are enrapturag trlih
the location "f Hi" house.
Toe Injury sustained hy Mr. Wilson m
an automobile accident baton the eie--
lion does not trouble him any more
The t'la,st IVtrlng Ihe wo ind .in hit
e off Li
lav shnalng tint tin-
prevailed here this
Food Prices Ilili?
Coal Prices Soaring!
Winter Close ;it Hand!
Thtst ItCtl i"u' " Uken into coi
Idtrttlon when sulvini; the rfbleni
vhere to live.
To Let" Advertisements Were PrnteJ
1.4 st Week In
406 more (lull in Lie ll.'rj.d. I .ties,
iuu, rrlbun ind I'ren -Mj1li
V. a rni. C'ly ii'irtineiils iti j ptrts nf
tjreil.r Ns Vurk jiul .it ri"iti!s to su.t
packlthotiks nf ill lllti will be tnund
edvtftlitd !" Ihe World every .lay.
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i . I. I J .11'. Ill 1 1 I. ULI'-leL nil,
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OHP THE BuooD
LET OTHERS FUSE,
BULL MOOSE WON'T,
Progressives Ready to Fighl
Any Old Party, His
HEADS OPF A MUTINY.
Local l eaders for Sland-Pat
Policy and City Ticket
The Progrotolvt Part decided t.i-dav.
it a netting of Iht Itacstrt of the org
anltttlon In list Blatt, IO remain Inde
pendenl of an) Ihei party and rarry
on th" warfare alone This kllla the
hopes of those In the org anl.atlon who
Wanted Iht Progressives to adopt a
poiiey favoring fusion
The sense of to-dav's meeting ap-
p trod to he miied iiy i 'ni Kootevtlt,
lio advised that the Progreaalvat fust
Ith nobodr and ally themselves with
let the old partita fuse against ue,"
.all the Coltntl, WhtrtM then was
Addresses al.ing the same Hues were
ttfa.le hy OOCtr Mtraus and tv. Itoitke
Oocltrtn. The mtoting adopttd a plan
of action to guldt Iht Bull Mooatrl in
'..ngi.se and the Slate I.eg.alatura
guch rtprtttnintlett srt to work alone
in pushing tht polloltl in Iht I'rogrea
WILL MAKE A CITV TICKET OF
The action of the Progressives su h
great disappointment to old-time Re
publloan asfhartatl of the new party
ho wanted the way left open for fu
llOn They eannot see Iht Ides nf nm-
nlng a Hull Moose Tlekti in this em
nasi fall, hut tht pronounot i Bull
Mooatrl seem to think that SUoh a tloket
Tue roll'iiMng resolution presented h
(Continued on oOOad Page.)
INSANE BY ALIENISTS.
lohn Schrank, Who S!i it Presiden
tial Candidatt in Milwaukee, Will
Be Sent In lnane Asylum.
MIl.WAI'KMK, Wis., Nov. 15 John
tic .rank Is insane. The man who
pieadei guilty to an attempt to play Ool
Tktodort Hootevtll bors, on the nlgbl
of Oet. It, vvi.i bt sent to a. i asylum for
Iht i rim nail . Intavnt, a I
probably sjietui n
'lid lll'lcr of h
The verdlnt ii, S-heank s is was
unnnimmi on tin pan of iht five alien-.
lets wan have conducted an tlhaUSttve
taaminatlon ol tht prl nt A tttn
ogrgphlo rtpori of the phyth ins .i
pa rt li ned in Judgt AUstUII P Ha 'km,
of ihe M inlolpgl court, io-morrot;,
k -i. .mi. sas piled wiii Ihouaane)! of
lie-tuns Ii v Ihe alienist pommlatlati
Ths Use pnyalcuins visited blm tips
tritely ai t'i-- ruunly lull, and, in j.ldi
Hon, ii.ie.st gal l a ills i isrrngittd
Ihe prisoner. Tn. nintiuterlplt a uteri
b) Srlirtnsi u th - iouiiI iall tttri gttu
gsamined by lbs physl lane,
AGAINST FOUR GUNMEN
FOUND IN 20 MINUTES
iThey Hear the Decision as Calmly
e-v . asm ...
as Becker Did,
in the Tombs and Beg
Counsel to Appeal.
COURT TO PRONOUNCE
SENTENCE NEXT WEEK.
Mother of Dago Frank Faints on Heaf
ing Result, and Wives of Lefty and
Gyp Are Hysterical
"(,yp ihe Blood" (Harry Horowitz), "Dago Frank" .Fnnk Or
tici), "Letty Loulf" (Louis Rosenberg;) and "Whitey Lewis" (Frank Mu!
ler) the four jjuninen were convicted of murder in the first depee be
lore Justice (kill in extraordinary term of the Supreme Court at 2.4o
o'clock this atiernoon, and will he sentenced next week to die in the rh
U penalty for Ihe assassination if Herman Rosenthal.
Hie jur had arrived at a verdict twenty minutes after Justice Gor.:
finished his chtrfl at (.35 o'clock, but as the Justice had one out t
lunch while the jurors were deliberating; it was not until 2.40 that coup
could he convened again.
All four codefMed soon after they had been returned to their cell,
in the Tomhs. They seemed to come out of the stolid composure Int.
which the blow of the verdict had thrown them.
One after the other they broke down and sobbed. When Lawyr
Wattle visited them they almost fell upon him in their f lightened, ear
prayers that he Mart the effort to save their lives b appealing their case
at the earliest possible moment.
HEARD THE VERDICT W SILENCE.
The four defendants had listened to the death verdict as calm)',
as did Becker, the first of the five to be conviried. They ha.
crossed the "Bridge of Sighs" from the Tombs smoking cigarette
and chatting with forced gayety, but the moment the door of the coup,
room yawned for them and they saw the jurors in their sears and an ex
traordinary force of uniformed policemen on guard in every comer of she
tribunal, their feet became leaden weights and their bodies stiffen!.
"Whitey Lewis," who lead the procession, turned chalk white and he
clutched at his throat several times as he stumbled along.
"The wives of "Lefty Louie" and "Gyp the Blood" and the mother
of "Dago Frank" were in the matron's room when news of the verdkr
reached them. The aged Mrs. Cirofld fell in a swion to the tloor, and the
two young wives of the nnnmen shrieked hysterically and continued in n
frenzy of inarticulate vreaming for several minutes. An immense throng
poured into the building when news of the verdict spread through tJjJl
This was the first time that four men had ever been convicted c
murder in the first degree at one time in this county. The four prisohW
were remanded until to-morrow, when Justice (luff will tix a date nrx
week for the sentence.
ONLY ONE BALLOT TAKEN.
Althoufh the jury had reached Its verdict twenty minutes after the
had left the Wx It was not until .Mo that word was sent out that oru
unanimous .ind definite ballot had been taken.
As Justice jiili had g ne out to lunch only twenty minutes befor.
that time the iurors had to wait until his return to the building. It wa
.' .is when 1 '-apt. Lynch "i Ihe Courl isuad located JusiL-e Goft sad
notified him 'hat the jury via- waiting to deliver it- verdict.
Va- that a verdict had been arrived at sped through the buildim
and A-eir coursing around through Ihe Heights ir ho ki, with ihe resit
thai b) the lime ihe ui tiled in ihe rotunda outsljj the court room w;
ii.vesie.l by a struggling mob. Not more than two score men and otiL
m t'oinen nfere admitted. Halt a dozen uniformed policemen wert
brought in at the command ol lustice "'M to asisi the c mt attend
ants in case there should be any demonstration, lure ui Usatti polici.-
PRICE ONE CENT.
but Later Weep