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OF LAKE TRAGEDY
Watchtd Lawyer With ( )pera
Glasses Trained Upon
DISCARDED HIS si HUT
Garment Torn on in Struggle
With Mrs. Szabo, He
iBtw.ai fern 1 OaiiMiMxM t Tin art
BliK Werti 1
OOSIIK.V, N" V Nov l TM State
truck a vital Wow M 111" IhfMM Of
liunoti w HlMi lfca Waai Vork CMy
lawyer, who Is on trial ''(.r. Justice
To-mpklns and 1'u i ehara Wttt t
muMw of hi client Mn Itoaena
Mansrhlk iNMh when w..:.,a. "s
i.k .i m ui nrltaaan aland thii ate
twmmi. This nllnaai airora Ihal Ulbaon
still h-ul on Hit' BBBxti t ii I, t of hi-
'a; 1 mill wilen ehc tllltNIBil opsra
K,aM. ww Mm iUiiruK to i n bot
tom ,i .i 1 :i si. -il roii!.ul nit iii.,'i
wuod i.ikr fall is iHm Qihaatv win n
BrouBtit aahote. was without Ulll itar
inenl, ami cxil.iinad iiihI It ii.i t been
torn off his body while he stiutfKh'l
oiwji inatai la em-ape from lira.
Hwibo'ii r ramie latest
The wonm.11 witness's ctmn" tton with
the isi.e tmd ttecti klspt from tha news
papers, anil whin t ., ,.,rl ' . i i . al'isil
"Mrs. Raima Baanlasar" la tha stand. I
Irw kneu "hr wirul Iwive anvili-tia to
esy or fraatar importance titan tna oor-roboi-atl.'i
of m lulu., . i 1 1 r
ii nu see any ae.turrenoa out of
tha OPdtaarf on IJreenwoml Luke on
Jaar WV asked Lanjit Waaaarvaffal
assistant to 1'roae ajler lionets.
WITNESS A SURPRISE TO GIB
SON AND COUNSEL.
As if a live wire h.ul bBBB traitl
sloon tlx table where QlbaOBs his wife
anl h.. attorneys. Hubert KMar, Jacob
J. Hinatt and I'harlee IkiMKiic . ivic
a. 1 1 ! 11 v the .lelinse outline. nt straiaht
enevl rap, tliuaon pauaf,! In tin- nHMN
of a not, hf hal tiwn muklim an I tlxril
tux wltnt an with lit atiM.lv , h,il: -h I .
atatc Mra. flkaaaa IranaU lorwanl aal
ut hrr liaiul on ht-r tiuatmn!' ami.
'J'hua tba tall' in wan arNUHjad hin
,li. Biinifntv rfj;trtt
' l haarJ wtnt aM hallaff Whoa ""
and ...kf . avar thr laha aval aw a boat
and mai oM awl HrrHnl loapwd It. I
ito, bpara itiaaaaa Bad lookad IHrauik
W War the boat avaftWMd than'.'
A ve, tin' tnrui waa eHnfllDI la I ha
bottom with Ilia riaht arm."
. liJ hi' hai iirt' fii.rHr.s on tin
Upfa iau"t of hla body' A. Vra. hut
Bta arms wera bare
Thr lliapta ntiaw'r very Mupannlly
llaluibeil the dafaMa Olaaaa ulona
:nnl un:novid nn, tuppoftad III"1 Dnltl
wltii till tlirht bMd, trniiottiliiu
woman with unhlliiklna ayaa.
' iid you taa Iba aovarUu oa
bady Bdfat" tit, KlJcr hot at
"I took laa or elevfti alffs to
the ouem ataaaaa i doai know
how lnnrt It tiKik.'
g. And when you Uuked throuKh. tin
flaacci ? A. Ttif boat wan upalda
down and the man waa IhiKlna to II.
14. 'h:it a Utara to pravant you
trnat arrlntt thf man worn he waa
lifted lulo thf boat ." A TlM took him
in over thr otto'r wide.
aira. BaoalBar paid aha iid lold bar
atory Mr at to DaBUty Shi i III DsQimar,
W Did ha till ymu the u ., . HBmI
rovertntt on. A. No.
TOLD HER STORY IN WH IT
q Did you tail huh atorj bafora?
A. I told It In tha 1 riml' il Opurta
Bii.ldlllK. In New fork,
The wltnaaa aatd 11 tiataotlvt oroourl
uitaliii lind call4 at set hovat Iwloa,
' H- Jld lit faiiif tiom til.- 1 ' 1 1111l11.il
t'ouii und uHtiti'd to haai wout 1 had
to aay bafora daoldina arhathai 1 would
b aaadad al tin- trial."
Wl lliam 11 (Vaad K"nj a itud m.
a tut spent liiHi aatnniaf it tlraonwood
Labi', folo(Hd Mi 1 1, nnlnai i an. I
pttlfled lie wan ut the wheal ot niotoi
bot Torpado on tiit, aftarnaan of
J 11 1 v 11
'KdMiirii l.icli'r. who waa In tin-
Toijo io with me, baai'tl eflaaH Kanp
ti stilted. 'Wa sat! about tin- hundrad
feet aVali an OVarlUmad round I'ot
tomi',1 boat wltii 11 man holding onto."
"Did tie waar a Uathiai soil the up
tier hall or ohaf" aakad, UTi Waai
"lie d.d not. Ho war oare to t it
waiat rtragsiad Mm lata tba To
fado and oarriad w la tha ivm lift
Hotel it waa not vary ronttattolaatlvs,
hui apa gat from him that h had baan
lb the boat wltli a woman, that rn:
ad tried to hut'ite paatl uud fallen
overboard and thai .if toid right! the
wafMiiMd boat to aaa II aba bad ben
ICoHtp addad that (llbaoti wan uaune
Hied and apparently ahabao,
Another new woman wltnaaa arai
iiio.iuied in at laa Htbal Touaaaaitti a
;, oBag alenogi a.u r. oi' . Ml IfVsil
Hie lliinili. il and Twent -t rurd RtTtiOti
York City. Hba Maid she waa In
the laaaah arlth Proprlotor Chaua ay
of the Verucllffi July 1". when thsy
Went to Sterling l''olt to pa Mr,
ItHbaoo. who hod gone to Now V.i'K
.iit-i .Mr., flpajia iraa drownad Hha
"1 MMii to III'. Gibson: 'It must have
baen ttard to toeak to Itewe to bar
i. iutiv.H' it, toid mo lira, .sxubo had
no near relatives In this DOUbtf and
that made It easier. '
"I asked him how It all happened. He
aid ho got a i ram and Mis Mzalm
Ufc'Med she had bet let- row. Tbey
'lied to pass esih other, o... k to bat'k
she fell over and he tent, too.
hi large mBPi -u"
aanuult auother murder. It
Hotel Where Seven Were Shot,
HIP r aw
skd If he had make, any effort to
are lo r. i oi. i mni aha grabbed me
and ara went to the bottaM,' .Mr. Qlbaon
ssld, 'It dldn'l saam we'd ever come
up. Tha next thing I aabad him wan If
tin- lady OOUld swim, nd In aatdl 'Her
Bon Aden e k.ih ki cuter than her abil
GIUaON 3AID HI EXPECTED TO
MARHY MRS. SZABO.
Willi i'ii ' ' 1 1.- Qraw, Sheriff iitol hot fl- !
baapt ' Oradnwood Lake, admitted on!
Cio-' -ex irninaibin that he wan In UUf
psy or in staohsrauer, allows for the
Austrian VJ Oanaiil,
.Mi Bldar Ml out upon the tusk of ,t;.-
credoln, an u.Ker;ion w lilch He UlUWI
mads for the first time, while on the I
stand to-. lay an "ition which cause I
Mm tilbaon to pad and blta her lips.
"lit ,oii told mw," Hi QraW bad tea-
tUled, 'tiiai '. bad been Infatuated with
t'le woman and espoolad to marry her '
Tha :ik . unty oMotal bcaama ea
fused h oi oonaacutlvaty mlaundaratood
quastrona and begnn Independent orn-
iiooa tu ti art, whinii even the siuttp
admonltloni of jitaUea Tompkins could
not cut IhOrt,
I'ndertaker l.ixear of Warwick Ustl
Hed i i.i In ls. I mn put aby hruves bo
low the head that inlxht nc oiin; for
in. iik .. . i aad woman's neck.
"Othaon told on III' Homau's OeBthl r
was PetroltelU Mens lilk." he said In
am i er to a iiue.Htion.
"ii,i in- t,-.i yoy where the moths!
wa- " united Mr. Wnsservogel.
"Ho nn Id aha wan In CM ago. He said
lie got he mime from pa rn in bin
The unoai akar said, undbr irons-,"
i net nation, thai the aroman'a head wis
turned to on,, euia, ami ha had to
twlnt the neck, t ut denied hud use I
mn -h foroa,
.Mr. Waaaarveais! raUad Joseph Marr,
an attarhe a' Mr, w iltman'a oldoe, to
tht- sMa in' tbe- Mlbaat ePblt .
'Place tha hiaj of thin youaa plan
In tin poaltlon lit whbh you found t hat
of Mis Hpabo," he said "I want yon
to do a'lib Mi load lust wiiat you did
to stralahtaa the woman's"
Tile .'til, t.ik.
M j ' r'n , ara and
ior in pain s behind
oove tha at end moved
ids in. i Kantly,
"That'a how I did It." hi
liit. i-tt irrsv Koaera,
r.i, uiai ins :ate wo i.,t ait.'iiipt to uu
f' Id Its rake In chronollg c il order. IteM
than till I , inlnjltsa were , -upied by tit
H opera in autlialba hi cose, but ha
apUamiaad avary ra.o at feature of tin;
iraaed) as he paced before Iba j n
baa, il,- aaouaad Ulbaou of iiaving mur
deled Mrs. Szabo I , K, I lnisnivnloll ot
her seta la ol lio.wsj ami al being unable
at present t s.io allele 7,ltW of the
.Mr. Unpen foil irciwed the dmulnx
of the will with the woman's niollur
Mrs. Manachlk, who had been dead
nearly m,, years, named us baneflolary,
lOven bad there baan nn relatives f
Mrs. saxahn . i.ii.,i .., ii ... ilik
.,ii,. ... , ' !
. "' --"' " "
diawiig i i of the dead woman .
mono) from tha banks. ,
HOTEL Kf.r.PEK TELLS GIBSON'O
STOKY OP "ACCIDENT."
lleiirv I'eliou, a nnrvevur, was the
Mist witness for the ;ta,. A map
uuiile by him nhowi d tin apol al Which
Qlbaon and Mis. Paabo want Into the
water wan t6 feet deep Inalda Iba New
York State line.
Franklin J. W.-lls. a idiotogrupher,
Identlflfd n picture of the boat used by
i in Son und tin woman.
William ii ilarrlao who photo-
gr. tilled the body, war ions eXll'llllled
L'lOBBly by Mr. Mldar a to the poni
blllty of marks havltu go) on Mrs
saubo's necu whan tba body was re
moved from the oofBn, He aaiu aha u
lifted b PbOUMarg und feet.
Until He Forrest Chauncay, proprietor
of the Kein. iiff Hotel, look the maud,
the State wiliieaaea wen examined by
Special Assistant Ulntrlct-Alloi n. y
Deacon Murphj u w York. H ex
ainliiuitou of Cliuun.i and tupiscnuent
I leaat do nut belleya thai mrung ietjp.au-
Mra her. 'I did utnl sh Kriibb.d me
i and Me went to tba bottanV Mr. Qlbaon I
Tfit IVVHlffO WlOHBfLT),' TUESDAY, WXnnBMSl5
witnessai wai aonduotad by Assistant
DutiictAttornay trVaaaarvogal from Mr.
Whitman's olio ,..
hauncay laatlflad that on July 11 he
j had aaalfnad tllheon mid "Mra Hitter'"
! to adjolnlna raoma la put on thalr batii-
1 UK milt:.
"Qlbaon nan irorrlad whan ha '-am
back from tin' I aha," he Nkldt "1 anked
him If I. r paapta lived in New Vork.
Ila aald. 'No, abe hi 111 people, except
a couple of eouattiaj sba'a a widow." "
a picture of the adjolnlag rooms was
KMnttflad by Cbaaneay, The picture
was paaaad aloni the taiie, where the
eetuaal for the defettae sat. Qlbaon nit
his lip, but his wife, sItiinR behind him,
. veil the picture with a imlle.
tin rraaa-aaaminailon by Mr. i-iider
nness Imiiii, . sold ; here
"1,u,'"' "" "'e ", Jul- ""
"' c"s awrm you es-
Hgnad rooms to Mr. tllbson and the
woman? a. ("as,
U. The last train was gone, and ufter
apeaklni or iiia4,fact with Qlbaon, you
aaslgned tin- couple to roomi t a. Ves.
(j. Tbey Isfl text rttarnlaaT? a. Ves,
BOAT UPSET WHILE CHANGING
Q I'ld you have a
M, before the oc-
hii tell you tha
Mr. Qlbaon on July
i urrence In aha lake
Q, Afterward did
woman Had been drowned'." A. Ves; he
Mid aba hud gt up to ebanta seats ami
bad fallen overboani When t tay eaaig
1 1', he said, she waa betwaaa bint and
lie lout. She (Tabbed him atel held
MU like a vise and hi thought they
went all the way to tha bottom.
J. I'ld he aaam exhausted! A, Yes.
U. It wus after yon had assured him
Unit BVarythlni would aa done tliut he
1 1 1 lor New York? A. Yes.
Attorney Waaaarvogel, in redirect
examination, naked; "Old Qlbaon say
any tiling about having struck tin w uni
on at any time'.' '
"He did not, " .Mr. ChaOneey unnwered.
Alaaandar MaoUowell, the nxt wit-
nenn, suld that li is hi charge of the
boats ut the yarnclUI II., tit last sum.
mi. tie told ot iwu viaita by Qlbaon
and Mrs. sxiibo, nn ouiy u Qlbaon
tvantad to rent u oanoe, but the boal
.nn toid him it wax dangerous mid
gave in' pair a rowboat. un July if,
the day of tha tragedy, they hired a
low boat. Bach time both wore bath
Daniel DaWltl teatlflad that he was
rowing nn QreanwoOil Ijitke. July ni,
Bbd saw u "g,ti. lean in and l.uly" !n a
i wi about nixty yard from ' ham, '
tie laatlflad, "The woman wan atttllUJ 'i
the bow, Fifteen mtnutei later the man
a., t ihi tvatnan U ' .' in the AUter."
In Witt Indicated on the map the loca
tion of l',io ana: whan It wan upset,
"lld you hear the man In the water
make any Bound?" asked Mr. Rider,
1 heard him yelling." suld DeWltt
DeWltl suld III answer u Mr tVasoer
vogel's I aal quest loa that he heard no
sour i from -.tie woman,
William lliirthnlomew, a I'crncl iT
Hotel bellboy, wan put on tht Bland.
He s,,td Qgaan.i ratwrnlng from the
futul trli on the lake, wanted the key
to room No. I, He tried to get through
the trunnion, falling to find the gay,
and tlntillv entered by forcing the door
connecting, No. a with No. T,
"A CI RL' US IN TOWN GIBSON
ADDED." PRISONER'S JOKE.
Toe row - abl poured into ttoihe-i
- " were multiplied to-day. Kami-
' '" tin aurroundlng hin coun
" Were unable lo lind nlubh ac.i.ni
u.odat oi,s tor lli.'ir teams, and horses
'"' 1 ''rs w.-re lined up at the curbs of
all the Village si rents.
Qlbnon. arl-HW aarW. looked throoeh
ii,,. hsrr l windows of ids cell mul m.w
; neiou bun tha parade into town. To a
! i ei. l ie" lot The ItvelHng World hapsMl
i II s, ems Hint the c reus hM come to
I town "Qlbaon addad new attraction."
! Still c oil mid worthy 0 the nouhilqust
, i tha Iconian, which be nun won by
his altitude In tha laa I tew weeks, he
ale an Btnatlngly lug byaabfaiti served
in It's call by Mrs. Qrbaob,
ttibnon will not lake the stand In
Ids own behalf, according i,, his pres
ent plan He said lo-dA) tluit he
thoughl tint.' was no need fur doing
' I'M, 'lion between I ', i a nd Ills rnini-
I aal waa avtdeni aavaral tlmai duritig
'the trial to-day. iio b fllbaon ninl his
i wife, who nils a n, a; alongside of coun
1 pal ami has hud u great deal lo du with
Jti. rnadixaf emetil of the uaae, freyuantly
Intarruptad Chlaf I'ounael Bldar in nil
I Int i ri ligation of witnesses, mid on one
,., aalon Mr. BMar iharply reproved
both of tiieui.
Red Croaa al Cough Drops .
uidi b mi miii. bui iiq tt.u.. L. .
!pD 0 TDMHim Tfl
STEAL BY CROOK
SHOT BY SLEUTHS
(Oont1n.it from dflrn.. rga. i
ifroiii the automsttc pMPl I, 'Te of'whoni
died In l.eiiMnn HoapMaJ ft few oouri
after ttia eho'iiUig. re:
John Allen, private detective, abot
twice In the abdomen und hit with a
gun etotrk on the hsd died In the
Martin M Fey, city detrcaveattached
lo the Wait One llundrwltii street ats
tlon; abot twice In the. abdomen, prob
ably dying In Isebanon lloapltal
Louie Mondactioln, vroprtstor of the
iilemere Hotel, shot lb a) abdomen;
navy recover, in latsMson a-apttat.
Oarardl Lulgl, private detective, shot
In the leg and groin, will rwcover.
William Butler, waiter employed In
the Blamera Hotel, abut in the ab
domen; wail live. I
Paaslng over the eventa which won 1
for Vogel the sobriquet of the "Weep-
ing Thief et Headquarters and hla pic
ture In the Koguee' Oallery as No. l,SB7,
the thread of the dramat.o atory of a
thief s pursuit end death begins with I
Nov. t, when a frail, pink-cheeked rlrl
Sophie Heckendorf, wn arreatsd on tbe
eiarge of theft.
The accusers against her were many.
They were householders In whose em
ployment she lead been respectively a
fi w days or weeks and from whom she
had stolen Jewels and clothes before
decsmplng. The tots of the thefts
I hurged agalnat bir amounted to sev
At first the girl denied Jauntily
that aha had committed the crime
charged against her. She was sent to
the Tombs. In her room at No. ll
West Twenty-fifth street were found
two trunk! and three valises and
suitcases era tinned wtth valuubles
The detectives, believing that aha waa
working for aome higher directing
mind, resolved to leave the plunder as
It was for a time and see If the bigger
game would not bs lured to the Hat.
Information came to Headquarters
that a certain Jeweller who had been
seen In the company of a man named
Vogel might visit the girl in the Tombs.
fug tip proved correct. One day last
week this Jeweler called on the girl,
heard from her that the evidence
against her was too strong to combat
and that she waa going to confeas.
GIRL'S CONPE88ION HELPS THE
POLICE TO TRAP VOGEL.
The man hurried, aeemlngly in a
panic, away from tho Tombs and waa
iralled by private detectives represent
ing the National Surety Company, and
two mm of the regular force straight to
the Mat on Went Twenti-ftfth street.
Yesterday, w-hen the Beckendorf girl
was taken before the Orand Jury, ahe
confessed completely and mentioned
some nstnes valuable to the police, It
w an until.
By that time Vogel knew that the trap
was sprung agalnat him and eventa be
gun to move with startling swiftness.
Detective! shadowed the Oat on Weat
i wenty-nfth street relentlessly. Iast
inght near 7 o'clock their vigilance was
A man whom theyi recognised as
Vogel or under his other aliases hur
riisl out of the house with a woman,
line of the servants about the place
staggered out with two heavy trunks
and three grips. They were put In a
tuxlcab and the machine whirled away
before the defensives could find one In
which to follow.
Hc'.ire another hour had passed they
traced the fugitives tu an addresa at
No 4i Eighth avenue, near the Penn
At o'clock a negro boy was sent as
a messenger to the taxi stand at the
station and he returned with one of the
yellow taxlcubs. Once more the heavy
trunks and the hags were piled In the
vehicle and It sped away. Again the
cunning fugitive was ton quick for the
DETECTIVES PORCED JEWELER
TO GO ALONG WITH THEM.
But H ey had the number of the cab
and they waited for Its return at the
taxi at.itlon. When Kdward Walker,
the chauffeur, brought the machine
buck to Ita place within an hour the
detectives Jumped In and ordered him
to take them to the place where he had
dll charged his recent fares
On the wuy uptown, however, they
fOtlOWad u tip that had tome to the.in
and ntnpped 10 pick up Joseph tioldos,
a Jeweller living at No. 134 Kast One
HUildrad und Eighteenth street. Ooldes
admitted mat he knew Vogel when the
detectives taxed him with It, but suld
I hat he knew the man only aa a Jcw
olry salesman and thought him
Neverthaleea, they made doides aa
ompany them ;o within two blocks of
ihe hotel In tha lirunx and there they
left him sitting In the cab With Ihe
Chauffeur while they advanced on the
VOGEL SWEPT THE ROOM WITH
it wan at the end of the long lag I
ab , has that Ihe diamond thief and
in. companion were brought auddanly
to bay. After the detectlvea had left
their taxi al the corner they had Mori i
sc acini and ha waiter conduct them to
the room occupied b) the couple who
had registered two hours before.
V Inn ihe door OpetXBd Vogel was ills
oloeed n . i : - underojothea; the woman
a.s hair dreaaed After Datactlva r"a
had paaaad htl hand abOUl tlie waist ol
tiie mgn'i iindarolqthaai searching m
eapOni, he onlered both to dresn. S'ogei
mude a movement toward the bed us
if to gi i bin tblrt, but Initaad he grabbed
the automatic revolver froip' under Iqt
Instantly he whirled and opened fire
Since hll weapon was uu aUtOBMIIC I'e-
vuher one steady preaaure or tha trigger
flajef nyiagaed all sicken rnoti us
iaiil.Lv as me mechanism would worV
The man bald Hie sun at tils hip and
aimed low. HWeepui;; t.i muxxlt, s.iwl
us he would npray WUn a e.
Which ,)f ihe deUctlves was the first
to rsturn the fire aIll never be known
Bill flushes began ,o unswer ihe shotr.
tram Vugel'a gnu and wttlsln a few
seconds Um or twslre shots had been
"red by the detectives, themselvet '
wounded end on Hie Door.
When the hotel pvpl ran In the
room they tonnd V'ugsri body lyUsl on ,
tht bd: that of the woiiiba wis huddled
on the floor near His Window end the
mounded detecilvaa and two hotel mail
, were curVd up on the rioor in poeturai I
if agony will Ir a ft feet of the man
whom they had slain.
INCOHERENT LETTER POUND ON
PLOOR OP TSE ROOM.
The police found on the floor of the
i room an Incoherent letter, written In ink
mi ordtnsry writing paper, evidently by
s man. There wete two sheets with
writing and several blank sheeta In be
, tween. The letter wsn addreesnd to
"Dear Mr Kimball." There Is a Kim
ball connected with the I'rlaon Associa
The note retd.
"It Is all over. We are going to kUI
ourselves Take csre of apartment and
Lotta. You can't tell About this. Please
give her eomethlng to eat fthe last un
deracoreil three times i. Tell .her we ara
done with Ufa nil for her. We am Uv-
lng(eeveral pages missing here). Every-
body and everything whloh she brougibt
us to do It. Kb- wanted a man whom
I alio could never order It went for a
; race of life. She may bo happy. She
Won't farnkn mn 11. ),.r nlakM "
There Is a wsddlng ring on the wom -
..'. n.n, u.i.K .hla Inn, ,l..
"J. A P. to Th & 1' Sen 4 IBM "
A aara. of -paper, covered with de- '" 'l'r of women who had e,n-
. , . . , , w . Ployed Iter and from whom she had
taohed letter, of the alphabet, wa, one ,,. 8h, of h womcn
of tbe thlnae detectives found In the ! coolly In the eye, and denied ever hav
bandibag of to- -woman who was killed ' Ing en them before.
In Use pistol duel. Though the best
I mlnda tn heaihiuartere pondered over
1 IMS cauallstlo message none could de-
cjplver M. Tie aHVgntnent of capital let
tri ran time:
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O O Artvnn
Below sbese lines of letters were a
seiics nf crun.nes ending with a nimin -ter
whapod like nn arrowhead
An oxamlnatton of one of the
truaka la tba hotel room revealed
rive Oliver salt spoons, a leather
aaaa with a number of knives,
forka and apooaa, alxt bolts of allk
ribbon, a box of linen ladlea' band
kerohlefa, a lady'a gold bracelet
with groan stones, and four trlnk
ata, ona gold bracelet, aat with five
pearla, a rhineatone brooch and a
eoarf pin. There wars also two
revolvers, a cigarette oaae, a pair
of geld eye-glaeass and a chain
and locket with the initials "I.
This afternoon HJt-ha' d Stelnhnrdt of
No. Slfi West BafllttoMl street, a whole
sale liquor dewier, tdentlflci a gold 1iim
t(s ami some linen In Vogel's tnunlcs as
his protKsrty. Stelnhanlfa home was
robbed of over J460 w-orlh of gllyar ami
!tnn vui tha nrght of Sept. 30. and tns
nxt day .Sophie BwketKiorf. who had
tnsan workilng In ba houso as a tnuld.
dlsappcare-1. Stein.hard't raid that the
night of the robbery he heard .some one
make eteavlfiiy attempt to open the door
of hla bedroom.
DEAD THIEF'S RECORD TRACED
BY HIS FINGER PRINTS.
It waa by finger prints left on the mir
ror in tbe hotel room and on a dr.nklng
glass that Inspector Fnurot was able
to-day to link up the dead thief with
the criminal whose record is written
out In the Bcrtlllon bureau at Head
quarters. Here Is the criminal story:
Joaepb von Plasxyusky arrived here
from Austria on March 15. 1101, and
took out first cltlzen'a papers Dec. 8
lt04. Before be had been here long
lie embarked on a careor of crime, with
many handy ullarea. Some of these"
were Joseph Stlnxanskl, Therlrdo Rax
yesky, Slgmund Lehman and Sam Leh
man. On March 1, IMI, the man knocked
down and robbed Koae Hanks a servant
In the home of T. M. Turner at the
Cambridge Hotel on Fifth avenue, In
broad daylight at the corner of For
tieth etreet and rilxth avenue, lie was
sentenced to a year In the peniten
On March 4, IMS, tinder the name of
Uhntan, he was arrested for robbing
the home of Arthur O. Mctilfford, No
7i East Eighty-first street, but when
brought for examination In the Magis
trate's Court, Lehman grovelled and
cried so pi tenuity that McOlfford was
moved and refused to prosecute hltn.
On April 2S. ItSO, he called at the
home of Mrs. Elaine Male, No. HO Man
hattan avenue, In answer to an ad
vertisement for a servant. When he
was being shown through the house he
knocked Mrs. Hale down, grabbed a
sliver mesh bag snd started to run.
Mn. Hale chased him through Morn
Ingslde Park and he wan finally cap
tured. HOW HE GAINED THE NAME OP
"THE WEEPINQ THIEF."
When his case came up before the
Court of Speciat Sessions. Samuel Leh
man, as he then called himself, ap
peared with a ilrin-f;i-ced woman and
four cthlldren. all of them made up to
picture iMetress In Its out stages. Leh-
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SUBWAV AT THE DOOR ONE BLOCK FROM BROADWAY
19, 19 ft.
Thieving Maid a
a wisp or x girl, low-headed, trim.
snd gns ef.ii, Sophie Heckendorf nllll
fafuaag to throw any .light upon tile I ft
s!d life of Thrrlrdo Itasyesky, alias
Joseph VOgel, s id his wife l.ottle She
wm word from her cell In the Tomb
to-day that ha hail nothing to nny. 'inly
that "Mis Vogel was my best friend,
and tl:cy have killed her."
HOW Sophie, the trained th'.rf, came
to meet Itezyeslt.v, or Vogel, is the mys
tery which the police have not cleared.
That she wan absolutely in htn power Ir
certain. Hat Assistant Dint net. Attorney
WllUani u. KSmbrey believes that shs
stole for love of tlw Woman who is
dead rather than out of f-r of Vogel.
"1 had her hero In my office for over
an hour yesterday," said Mr. Kmbr-y
10 an livening World reporter. "She
was mousing In her brnscn denials of
SOPHIE KEEPS COOL UNDER
MILD "THIRD DEGREE."
"As a rule t do not approve of the
'third degree." But In this case I aid-
mild application of the well
police process. Sophie was
ojougnt over from the Inni'n and faced
The Aral of these WBa Mrs. Augustus
Rosenbloom of No. 314 West Ninety
second street. Mrs. HosenWoom sat
wcposi tbe table from the girl. She
first related how Sophie had come to
work for her July , and gave the name
of Alice Moore. She told Mm. Ttosan
bloom, who said that she looked like
a Oerman, 'hat her name was "Mohr,
nit mat she wag Mylng to be nn
American and so spelled her name In
HM American way. She wan hired at I
InTC oi.uck J". M, to do genera house
work, and twenty minutes after Mrs.
Itosenblootn went out, Sophie left the
"a- with a bundle containing 11,000
worth of Jewelry. A negro saw her
" What bava you to say to al; this?'
I nskd tho girl.
" 'I never saw the woman before 'n
my life," she answered with coolness
and then turned her fa'" to the Ugh!
nd looked me miuare In ih- face. Her
nerve whs quit! remarkable, and onlv I
much drilling could have made her sol
"The other woman aba bud robVd
followed Mr.. Kosenbloom and accused
her direct. To Mn Italia Mmanucl ,f
No. Ill West On- Hundred and T. lr-
leenu, II net nbe had given tin
oi margaret Morris when nlu
mnn Pointed dramatically to the woman
and children, w ho wwe crying bitterly
and said mth tears In his voire:
"I robled for Hu m to keep bread In
their mouths "
Hut bin record prevented the .luitlren
inced n ;Ke'1'n',Pl'l' h" w"
.. . , ,,, ,rlr i ..... 1 I , o i ,
""s I ' (I no the I, ..I
the "Weeping Thlsf."
Since Vogel's release ftom prison on
his second term he has been aanta,
cultivating the acquaintance ,,f young
working girls In the foreign colonial
He was a fluent maste- of nunnelan
Polish and other Austrian dime.... 1
flashy dresser and wearer of dla tends.
as meuioo was to nnd some rlr! who
worked as a domestic, win her favor
with promises of easy money." and
then sometimes by personal visit. In
the guise of a servant himself, to pick
out a place for her to take service with
the purpose of robbery.
In this way. so the detectives hava
discovered, he accumulated an active
working .staff of more than forty girls.
SHE DANCES AT 92; THRIVES
ON 4 CUPS COFFEE A DAY.
The oldest resident of Corona, a
suburb or Hong Inland Ctly, eel 0b rated
her ninety-second birthday to-day. She
Is Mrs. Hannsh Lang and she has Wed
ri Corona for fifty years.
There were sxlty children, grandchil
dren and great-grandchildren at a re
ception given this afternoon to .Mm.
Lang at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Emma Emery, No. 10 East Grand
avenue. Mrs. Lang, after waltzing sev
eral times with her daughter, gave a
nimule exhibition of some oldfolk dances.
It 1' the proud boast of Mis. Lang
that she has never been sick a day In
her life. She hns never known Ihe
pangs of rheumatism, her eyesight In
good, she can hear perfectly and she
likes to see a theatrical performance 0T
a circus. About the only health rule she
follows Is to drink four cups of strong
coffee every day.
Voted Catholic Teacher Head.
OHIOAOO. Nov. 19,Brother Adjutor,
director of bcIiooIi in the Catholic tnch
Ing order known as the Christian Uroth
ern. died lost night after an illness of
six months. He was a'xty-nva yean
old. He was born ln Ireland. His name
before taking orders was Patrick Oosce
lln. Brother Adjutor waa founder of the
I)e la Salle Institute In Chicago.
ouits all at
" Third Degree
work there Aug. L'O Sophie left the next
day artrr she was hired, with nearly
11.500 worth of Jewelry.
GIRL ALWAYS 8UPPLIED WITH
"in avary case ma giri came MppiaVI
with references seemingly genuine.
She would explain thnt the lady
she formerly worked for WBJ out
of town and shu would not ba bat'k
for a few dayn. She never applied fo
worli through employment iig. n len, but
always answered advertisements put !n
the newerwners by the persons having
"I am iiulln sure that VogeI got up
her references, probably he wrote thetn.
"Sophie worked longer with Mrs. rn ch
ard Stelnhart of No. 110 West Eightieth
street thnn elsewhere. She took this
general homework lob Sept. 23 and It
was not until Sept 28 Unit she got away
with 4otl worth of slie pins and small
articles of Jewelry. Mrs. Stelnhuct told
her story In front of the girl, how Sophie
had never been 1 ft alone until the day
she left. ia called her 'Agnes,' for
here STiphle had given the name of
Agnes MlehgalaOH, It never phazed
Sophie, ami niie looked at me appeallng
ly and repeated that she did not know
"The last place Sophie ha4 fhat we
have a record of was with Mrs. Sol
tlans, of No. 1K1 West Eighty-ninth
street, to whom she gave her name an
Mary HeMnnky, and from whom she
stole 1790 worth of Jewelry. She got
thin position Sept. 12 and left two duys
Assistant District-Attorney Embreiy
told her that evidence had gone to the
(rand Jury und Hint she surely would
be Indicted and convicted.
"Then for the Prst time she showed
evidence of alarm." he sold. "I no
tired she was u bit disturbed and she
suld, Mr-. Vogel in the only f r end I
have In the world: If you get her down
here 1 will talk.' She denied that either
Mrs. Vogel or her husband hud any
thing to do with her trouble, but ad
mitted that they could advise her. She
told me that she was only seventeen
years old. She In older. I am nitre."
Mr Bmbray anys that It was the
girl's admission that Mm. Vogel could
take the seal off her Hps thnt aroused
the suspicions of Detectlvea Pay, Allen
und 1. ul.nl. t'p to t.'iat time they had
looked upon Mrs. Vogel as her landlady
She wan arrested election day: It
t ie Vogel lint, No. ,",2!i Wen: On
Hundrad and I'ifty-fourth street.
"I am confident that if Detectives
Alien and tiUM and Detectives McDon
land and yult.n. who made the arrest
hi I Marched the Vogel Mat then muj'a
of tha missing booty would have been
I recovered." -aid ,r. rCm1rey.
hind In lllmony I lull Does.
Theodore Roberta, an actor, must show
cause In the .Supreme Court on Nov.
M why he should not be punished r.i
contempt in not paying hi. wife. Luo
' r- ""hcrls. ttt a week ailm.my
1 the trial of her suit for a separation.
according to an order Issued yestcrdoy
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