VfcAINO WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1912.
tSs hours by dancing IBS' singing, and I
t marrlrr lot o( men Cauls' not be found
. hind prison hart.
HOUR OF FREEING THE INFORM
; ERS KEPT SECRET.
' II wu thought in the I'rtiarcu'.nr'a I
office thn t formatltm Whirl) mint ie
; iwns throiiKii before l ie smMtfi are
I freed eoulil le .1; n 1 ! Borne -rn
.luring the ilay. Tin- Rat of the fr.e- 1
Ing of the Male' v.l:.iHi'a will it.it
he disclose) In nrJet that thev may
make a quiet an, I atewMMtlta MIL
Before the thrti gainblsn tAt SchtPSt
ars turned out It will be BStttatfy for
coroner Frlnlxrg t,. r I Ml tin ..i fnun
til commitment on whk'i lie nrltrlna'.ly
nM them. Thi can te ch ne without
III necessity of their .. rarance In Ilia
I'oronar'a Court. Tlioir lawyers i.nn at
tand toll. Tin, i lawyers Kill also hava
to draw up papers by whlrii t le ciuar
tat bind Ihemaelvea to anpear aa wit
nsassa for the paoaia in any "John
Dot" proceedings Mr. Whitman may
bring, or aa sIUtsasat agalnat ".la'U"
Sulfvau In caia It .. finally dr. Ida to
try klm aa a ro-lrfiiJant umltr tha
Hoaanthal murder imJlilmenl.
Before tha gunmen began to give thalr
padlaTeei to Clark Penny Justice Uoff
celled Mr. Wahle'e attantlon to tha
rather atlly law that ornvldad mat per
aoa. convicted of murder in tha tirat
degree muat furnlah a record of thalr
caraara tinder oath.
QOFF SAYS THIS LAW COULO
NOT BE ENFORCSD.
'Thta law," aald tha Juatlca, "could
not possibly ha enforced, for If tha
prlaoncra refused to take their oath or
answer questions there Is shsolutely no
way by which they rouM be compelled
? to do so. Tou cannot punish for con-
tempt of court a person who la about
to be condemned u death. This law
must have been drawn by anme theorist
I who thinks that tha whole human race
1 muat be reformed."
2 "t entirely agree with Your Honor."
3 said Mr. Whale. "Nevertlteleaa. 1 am
) sura that these boys will tell the truth."
Lewis waa the first to give
, his pedigree, speaking In a
voice He said he was twaoty-rour
J years old and that ha hud been born in
Russian Poland. Ills parent were born
In the aams place. Ha gave his occupa-
Hon aa bookbinder, aald he had received
t religious Instructions, that his parenta
J ware still living, that he was not an
Amsrlcan cltlsen and that hla laat ad-
dress was No. 301 East Mecond alraat
OTHER GUNMEN ADMIT CRIM
5 Whan "Whltey" Lewis flnlahad giving
his criminal record and disclosing the
afact that hs had suffered a m'lltary
i conviction in Husaia aa wall as oru In
Itha PhlHppinas "Dago" Prank was ques
tioned. He said be was twenty-sevea
years old; that ha was born In Italy,
had been employed aa a stsam-fltter,
ji was single, drank moderately and that
ha was an Amsrloen cltlsen. Ha havd a
I record of several convictions. "Lefty"
i Louie amid ha was twenty-one years old,
' was bom In Austria, was married, had
' bean sflsployssl aa salesman and that
his last leasts was at No. ao?l Parry
" avenue, the Bronx. Hs had alao a ortm-
Then cams "Oyp tha Blood," whose
record aa a criminal was tha Blackest
of soy of tha tour. Ha gave hla axe aa
.' twenty-four, said that ha was born In
I this city, had received religious Instruc
I tloo. was married, had worked aa a
,, elsrfc. . Ha declared that hla habits were
temperate and that ha never drank.
i When the gangstera' pedlgress had
j boss taken they were huatled back to
the Tombs by then- big guard. Sheriff
' Harhurger leading.
Mr. Wahla requested tha Court tn
. free Mrs Lillian Horowlti. wife of
"Oyp the Blood," and Jean Gordon,
otherwise known aa Itoae Harrla, the
I young woman with whom "Dago"
. Frank lived, from the Houaa of De
tention. About an hour after the gun
men had gone back to their (sella the
. two young women were brought Into
court and aet free.
Both ware weeping hysterically and
continued to sob while the papers wsrs
, being signed for their releaae. Once
i they were out of the courtroom thoy
fled through the thronga that Mill
I dug to the neighborhood as If In ex
I peetatton of aoms sensational after
I math to the trial.
! GUNMEN WILL BE HURRIED TO
THE DEATH HOUSE.
Ph-rlfT Harhurger announced to-day
hs would remove the gunmen to Slug
Knag Prlaon Immediately after sentence.
He said he had warned them that he
Wlshel them to make any preparations
they chapas before next Tuesday.
My reaaon for Issuing these Instruc
ts, " he aald, "was that the four men
,irt inn big a responsibility for me to
k. ep en my hands any longer than Is
ivl.ilutelr necessary. I expect IhP
cries of 'railroading" which were raised
on bshslf of Keeker, will be renew alt
but It seems to ms t.iat the time lapsing
between now and the time set far the
sentence Is suffMent for any prep.i'-iitioBj
they may want to mak- 1 notified thorn
t(j pack their grips before they ttcn. In
tha court room Tuesday."
The exact time at n hleh the gunmen
will be taken from the Ton, be was not
armouni ed. Tha Ml 1 wants to uvold
a demonstration which mdght Interfere
with the prompt delivery of the men to
Warden Kennedy. Sheriff Ilarhutger
win make the trip accompanied by eight
stalwart deputies, Including Winters
and Carroll, who were Decker's escort
IS STAYED BY FILING
OF NOTICE OF A PPEAL.
John A. Shay, who la now attorney
of record for Police Lieutenant Charles
lieckar, convicted of ins murdci of Her
man Hosenthal. riled u notice of appeal
with the District-Attorney ami .luatlce i
Uoff to-day and thereby automatically
stayed the execution of the death tun-
tsnce until the ('our, of Appeals hands
down Its decision.
A copy of the notice of appeal will
he serve t on the Cointy Clerk, who In
turn will forward a copy to tho war
MS of Xing King Prison.
Harold Rplelberg, counsel for a negro
on trial for bribery before Judge Mui
( queen, announced to-day that he will
2 seek to bring Lieut. Backer to court us j
ji a Witness for his ( Hunt The luwyer j
declared he will upply to a .luatlce of
the Supreme Court for u wrli of habeua
corpus on which to product Backer.
Spielberg a client la ci arge.l with of
faring a bribe of iou to Detsotlvs Car
mack of Becker s "Strong Arm 8iuad."
Che man waa arrested by 'urniack Hi
t ,i . -s
I, SI ATI VK bslilUil IJ.uiiiiK nieSn lit cause
rm, b ..nl oe. nifi i mi i ouia" Tws
lat etuuns at t. W. UMUVS. Sk.
GANGS IN TERROR
AT GUNMEN'S FATE;
HINT AT REVENGE i
Full Force of Their Hatred
Falls Upon "Bridge" Web
ber and Chauffeur Shapiro.
ALL OLD LEADERS GONE.
Whole East Side Rejoice Over
Verdict Which Ends Sway
of the Gunmen.
The rout of the (range, the end of rha
reign of terror that has endured for
fifteen years, and the lifting of tha red
hand of thug domination was ths mas
sage that the conviction of ths four gun
men brought to the great Eaat Hide, tn
thnuaanda of homes and little shops this
Is a day of Jubilation and rejoicing. In
the dens and warrsns of ths gunmen It
Is a day of gloom and panic Tha hand
of the law that has dealt so lightly with
them In the past has fallen at laat aa a
mighty ei.glne of destruction, and the
words of ths foreman of tha Jury, "itull-
ty of murder In the first degree la
being read as the handwriting on the
wall which meana the fall of the
wretched little Dabylon where the Raat-
mans and the .Ha-, and tha Kid Twists
rslgned aa princes of the underworld.
When "Oyp the lllood." "Lefty"
Louie, "Whltey" 1-ewls and "Lao"
Frank marched into the Kxtraardlnary
Term of the Supreme I'ourt again to
day to have the date of their death sen
ten. fixed by Justice Uoff there were
non of their rlanfolk within six blocks
of the Cumins) Courts. There was not
a youth or man of aU tha pack "Jaok"
ZelU ad led In his 'Oward!y career of
btackinali and munler to sen I tham a
m.-sa. . of cheer or spread the whlaprr
thai tha gang was raising a bankroll
to aid them In their appoal.
GANGSTERS LEADERLES8, HOPE
LESS AND AFRAID.
Tha gang ta broke; tha gang la down
and out, It la leaderless, hopeless and
afraid. But there la one dull, brutish
Impulse that win smoulder and kindle
Into flame, tha Impulse to revenge tha
fall of the ganga upon two men
' Bridges" Webber and Wllllan Shapiro.
It Is Webber, who would now call him
self king of the gamblers and throw out
his narrow chest and take pride In what
he had dona toward sending five man to
thalr death, upon whom tha hatred of
tha victims of District-Attorney's mer
ciless prosecution la concentrated- This
sallow --racial, long-nosed fog of the
State's "Big Pour" has long been re
garded as the I. sale source of all tha
woe that ha fallen upon tha Apaches
of New York.
Had It not bean for Webber, It Is
urxed, there would have been no Hosen
thal murder. Webber they say hated
and was Jealous of Herman Rosenthal.
They believe Webber hated his rival
Kambler because Rosenthal had hired
"two guys" to beat him up. Webber,
In them, was the primal motive and he
furnished tha brains and tha sinews for
Word of this bitterness toward her
husband reached tha ears of Mrs. Web
ber a few days ago and she packed up
and moved out of her home at Second
avenue and Twelfth street. "Brldgle"
had better not come hack there when
Mr. Whitman tutus him out of the
West Side Court prison If he woulJ
heed the growllngs of the wolves.
RULE AMONG GANGSTERS IS
HATRED OF "SQUEALERS."
As for Shapiro, hs la written down sa
a "squealer." It nas the notorious Monk
Kastman, who la again garbed In a
convict's suit snd brsaklng stona In
prlaon, who established a prrceiVnt for
dealing with the "si)uealer." and "Kid"
Twist and "Jack" lm. both In their
gravis, respected and honored the Uast
It Is twenty-seven years since an Im
portant New York k'tigsler has bean
sxocuted for murder. The lat was
"Danny " DfltCoU. leader of the WhyoJ.
who was handed In the Tombs In ls'
for tha murder of "Heezy" Uarrlty.
There have been kllllnice without num
ber since then -stabbing! and shootings
and sandbagglngs. There have been
kllllnga by wholesale in gang brawls
and ineleus. akulklng aasaaalns have
croaked their men in blind alleys, In
dark hallways, on the docks and In the
broad light of day In public thorough
fares. Some few email fry have gone
thalr way to the acaffnld and the electric
chair, but "(Jyp the ltlood," "Whltey
Lewis. "Pago Frank" und "Ifty
Louie' urn the first "personages" of
tlu underworld to be DOAVtotSd of mur
der in the first degree.
ZELIO ALWAYS ABLE TO ESCAPE
Zellg had his record of murders, his
own men will tell you to-duy, but ths
law cuuld never touch him. A poor
mitsraole uwnkey. Hed 1'hil" Davidson,
was chuaei. by a Msjhtf Fate aa his
SgSOUtitAtfi ami even Davidson escaped
the death penalty Hu aa aent to
prison fur fi jiii twemj years tn life
upon a plea of guilty iu murder In
Hie evcond degree.
"Kid" Twiai and "Cyclone" Lewin
wore the terroia of the Hast Side, lead
era of tiie blackmailers a. id thugs who
shot up saloona and levied blackmail
upon dives, who dlaclpllned "aiiuealere
and who exerted that mysterious "po
litical pull'' which has been tha manna
and auccor of the gangs In their days
of peril for two decadea. The arm of
the law lulled to reach this pair of bad
men, but they met a violent dsath ui
the hand of "Louto the Lump" (Louis
I'oggD, who snot them In a Consy
Island dive. I'nggl served thirteen
months in Sing HIiik and Is now a fugi
tive from Justice. "Lll" Meyers got
Dftesu years for ths murder of Dave
Brown at Clinton and Delancey atreete,
and "Jack" Torll got ten yeere for
snooting "Jaok" Zellg as hs was laav-
PLANS OF MURDER BROKERS
m jm a m jum ar2 w mLmm
ln the Criminal Courte Rulldlng In
company with Iefty Louie ana
ALL THE NOTED LEADERS OF
GANGS ARE GONE.
The last Ave years has witnessed
kaleidoscopic changss In ths gsnjs
aul Kelly." "Jimmy Kelly," "Jaok m-
roroo. ZellK, "Kid" Twist, ths four gun
men and a score of othara whoss names
were words to conjure with have faded
from tho underworld firmament "Jack
Hlrocro le to-day fitting out a aaloon In
Bay Bldge and will soon sails himself
and what few followers ha baa left to
The kliliiiK of 'Jack" Zellg was
desperate blow to his faithful lieuten
ants, "Oyp, the Blood," at al , for ha
waa the money-getter of tha gang. Ha
was a master at the dark and davloua
waye of raising the "rush" to help the
gang when tn trouble. Zellg could
show a bankroll on a mlnuta'a notice
Just as "liroken-N'ose Sam" could be
counted upon to furnish a bond almost
before one of his people arrived In tha
"Broksn-nose 8am" Intoned his lament
on the desperate case of the gang to an
i-veiling World reporter to-day. as he
: une.i against a lamippoat at Klghth
street and Second avenue and blinked
dismally at the German Dispensary
acroaa the street. Ths dispensary Is
draped In mourning bscauss of ths
death of one of ths Important members
of Its medical staff.
"That's ihs way ws all feel," said
"Broken-noss Sam." "The hull push Is
taniled up In crape. The stuff they
handed to them boys In OofTs court has
put tha tame on ths blink for good.
It's been cotnln' down on us with ham
mer strokes, and this Is ths last punch.
Broks! Everybody's broke, and thsrs
isn l a 'money-getter left. Tha cope
have nailed every good dip and chased
'em to the Island, and there don't seem
no way of raising a copper seed.'
GANGS LOST BIGGEST LEADER
IN ZELIO'S DEATH.
The dolorous flat-faced bondsman for
the gang went on to tell what a tough
thing It waa to have Zellg "croaked"
Just as he was raising a "big wad" for
his "murder quartet." Zellg was the
best money-getter the -ang aver had.
He could throw fear Into all the dlve
' crpers and saloonkeepers In the Kant
Side and compel them to contribute to
his balls and his benefits. When "Big
Jack" was snuffed out there were only
a few "boobs" left to attempt to curry
on his work.
Johnny Birth has tried It and failed.
Birth atarted out to get up a aeries of
benefits after the Zrllx method. Capt.
Hohrlg gave Johnny Birth twenty-four
hours to gut out of New York snd
Johnny hopped a fast train for Chi
cago, whsre he now Is. "Eddie Yailar 1
followed Johnny Birth after an Inter
view In the captain's room of the Fifth
There didn't aaem to be any "honest
way' open for the gang to ralae money
for the gunmen'a aid, and It was put
up to Morris Koch, who had bsan grand
marshal at Jack Zallg's funsral, to go
out and "dip" for coin. The "dips"
were forced to go to work. But here
again another Waterloo Intervened.
Morris Koch had marshalled all his
"dips" In line and
hereby afforded an1
opportunity to Deputy Commlaslonsr
Dougherty to display hla craft as a de
tective. Mr. Dougherty sent detectives
to look the mourners over and they did
so to such advantage that It soon wasn't
safe to rub a Hester street dummy.
Koeh, "Sam" Uold and Harry Cohan,
thirty-third degree "Faglns," were gttth.
ered in the police net for Jostling pas
sengers nn an Klghth stroet crnastnwn
line nnil are now doing six months each
on BehCkWell'l Island.
POLICE CLOSE UP RESORT OF
All this had come uliout since the
Hecker PtfdlOL unl there were even
more strenuous events In the making ut
ter the verdict ngalnst the Kuninen yea
teiday. Klrst came the closing of "Joe" j
Slexel'a International Cafe at No. 76;
Second avenue, laet night. Inspector
I'ohulan shut the place up on the ground
that It waa conducted aa a public nul
ance. Slegel was wringing his hands In
despair to-.lay, proclaiming that he wus
a victim of persecution.
The International Cafe waa promi
nently mentioned In the trial Just
closed "tlyp the Blood." "Whltey"
l.. nts and "Lefty" Louie swore on tha
Mnnd that they were In Slegel's drum
when they were called to Webber's
poker room to Join "DaKo" Frank Just
before the "croaking" of Herman liosen
thai. All three gunmen admitted that
No. 76 Second avenue was a resort of
thieves an. I crouks. It was In this cafe
that the famous "framing" of Zellg
occurred. He waa arrested there by
Drtectlvea White and 8telnert.
With the cloalng of the International
Cafe there were only left to tha gang
of their ravorlte haunts Yarrow'a re
a. rt In Kesrx street and "Dollar John"
I. suae a plsce at Hester street and Ave
nue B. They did not crowd to Yar
row's or "Dollar John's" laat night,
nut did they go there single or In pairs.
Those who sought them learned that
they were hiding themselves In the.r
mule runs and keeping under ground
as much as poaslble.
REJOICING OVER THE DOWN
FALL GF GANGS
While all of ths Kast Side outlawry
b. moane.1 tha verdlet, the great mass of
the people who dwell there wars re
joicing. To the scores of proprietors of
Mills coffee houses and lunchrooms who I
hsd psld tribute to the gangs for pro- j
tectlon tha conviction of tha gunmen
cams Ilka the lifting of a ban.
The situation In Chinatown Is Just
as gloomy as Is ths case pretty gener-,
ally throughout ths district known as
Little Vienna. Ever alnre Captain Tler
ney took charts of the Kllxaheth atrset
elation ho haa waged a ruthless war
against the former habitues of the Man
darin Cafe and similar dives The might
of the law haa laid Its hand upon I'a
rlahdom as It never has berore In this
metropolis, and while It cannot be said
that the gangs have been annihilated fir
all time, there certainly haa come upon
them a period of lean tlmea and panic
(Continued from First Page.)
with tha Balkan allies' plenipotentiaries
concerning peace terms.
LONDON. Nov. 30. During the attack
on the Chatalja lines by ths Bulgarians
yesterday one Bulgarian brigade was
cut off from the main body at Blyuk
Chekmedye and suffered terribly In an
unsuccessful attempt to retreat to
Kallkratla, according to a apeolal de
spatch from Constantinople. After a
heavy artillery duel In the morning at
Darkoa the Turks assumed the offensive.
They carried many of the Bulgarian
rifle pita and threw thr entire Bul
garian left flank Into confusion. When
darkness set In the Tuikish troops re
turned to their entrenchments.
9ERVIA YIELDS TO DEMAND OF
BUDAPEST, Hungary, Nor. 10.
Bervta haa yielded to tha Austrian de
mand that an official from the Austro
Hungarlan Ministry of Foreign Af
fairs should be allowed to proceed to
Hrlsrand to InvestlKale the complaint
made by the Auatrlan Consul there that
he has been hindered by the Servians
In the performance of his dutlaa
The news arrived during the night
from the Austin -Hungarian Legation at
Belgrade. It rellevea tha Immediate ten
alon between tha two countrlea aa an op
portunity Is now furnished for an un
biased examination of the grounds of
BKltLIN, Nov. Si.-Accordlng to the
Tageblatt. Auatrla sent an ultimatum
to Ssrvta to-day. A message from
Vienna quoted the Itrlchrpost as aaylng
In effect that the two eountrles are on
the eve of aar.
Haa Sot Talked to Wllaon on Cabi
net and Is 'ot fining; to Bernsatda.
WAHHINOTON, Nov. :o. William
Jennings Bryan this afternoon wired
the following message to the United
1 ln "" V, . V S 10 tn
oulii ui SHa -iwnij -i in Jiaim rspon
that he had been asked by President
elect Wllaon to accept the post of Sec
retary of Statu and was en route tn
Bermuda to confer with the Governor.
"I have had no conference with Oov.
Wllaon; have never discussed any office
with him and have no intention of go
ing to Ileimuda.
"(Signed) W. J nBYAN."
Bryan'a message waa sent from Ha
vannah, where he lectured this after
noon. BROKER DIES JN OFFICE.
(lenrge It. Sutherland, slxty-flve-yaar-old
broker of No. IM West Hue Hundred
and Fifth street, dropped dead In his
office on the eighth Moor of No. tt
Wall atreet at S o'clock this afternoon
He had complained of fulntnesa and
Dr. Worthen of the Hospital of ltollef
came on an utnbulance summons. The
i.M.ker died before anything could be
dune to save him.
that While Hun Una Deer.
UTlCAi M. V.. Nov. 110. A message
wae received hers to-day stating that
Bur) Moore, nineteen yours old, of Buf
falo, accidentally ahot, while hunting
deer In the Adliundacka, died last night
at It nn-' l-aka.
Have you tried it?
Makes Hot and ( old Meats Tasi
.1 .''on Sulad Prefing by uridine Vlary..
Al Irsllcslessen aad brevity slates.
TO DISCUSS PEAC
WHO CONVICTED GUNMEN
i - - a - .e4 - .. - .v - - e - - - - 'V - s - r --
Multi-Millionaire Steel Mag
nate's Total Gift to Fund
Now Totals Si 4,000,000.
The trustees of the Carncle Founda
tion announced to-day throiurh l"resl-
dent Plitohttt that Andrew Carnegie
hud added 111, 000,000 to the endowment of
tha fund, making the total of hla wlft
Jit, 000, 000.
It was also announced that under the
growing restrlctlona of the uses of the
fund the application for a pension of
Woodrow Wilson, President-elect of the
I'nlted States, made when he resigned
from Princeton t'nlverslty In 1910, bad
been refused. It has laid on the table
without action. The trustees Inslstsd
Mr. Wilson's recent political successes
had nothinK to do with the final action
on the application, which was consid
ered strictly ua a matter of principle.
Prof. Dickinson S. Miller of Columbia
issued a statement during the day, dc--scrlMiiK
the failure to award a pension
to Mr. Wilson as a "breach of faith."
POLICE IN GANG
AT TWO HOLDUPS,
(Continued from Pi ret Puje.)
a sprinter. He got to the roof of a
building and hid for hours In a water
tank. Then he made his way to his
home In Harlem. He said he neve;
made any particular effort to keep out
of the tiny of the police, although he
heard detectives were asking about him
"Io" and "Al." he aald. gave him
a revolver, and on one occasion "Leo"
took the Weapon from him and hid It
when a Central Office man approached.
Pwee further corroborated the story
told by "Fish," adding that the "gang"
maintained a atorage place for their
revolvers In the Fourteenth street cigar
atnre when not reconnoiterlnff for a
"Job to pull off."
The witness tddtd thst he and "Pish"
and others of the coterie of crooks on
one other occasion visited the "Dutch
Village" with "Al," "Andy" and "Leo."
tho detectives, for the purpose of com
mitting a crime, but the "Job" did not
After an adjournment had hewn taken
Mr Bucfcrier, rouneel to the committee,
learned that Charles Jones "Jonesy," at
whoae cigar atoro In 'Fourteenth street
the two policemen consorted with thlevee
and crooks, was on hand and wilting to
testify. "Jonesy" doubted 1f he would
onnir aaln, so a quorum was hurriedly
assembled and the hearing was resumed
Jonesy" said he knew Policemen
Ounhadella and Cava "!eo" and "Al. '
Pha two officers, he said, wnre well
known In ths n .ghborhood. The meim-
Could Hardly Hear
Senses of Taste and Small were
Also Greatly Impaired.
"1 wss afflictc.l with catarrh," write.
Kiip. nc Forties, Lebanon. Kaunas, "I
took several different mnlicines, giving
each a (air trial, but grew worse until
1 could hardly hear, taste or smell. 1
was about to give up in despair, but
concluded to try Hood's Sarsaparilla
After taking three bottles of this
medicine I wus cured, anil have not
had any return of the diirase."
Hood's Hursaparilla effects radical
and permanent cures of catarrh.
Get it today in usual liquid form or
chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs.
Dull and Patent
Leather, Rue-$ fw jq
sla Calf, High
I Lace. All aisea
Cuban and French Heels
C Vs 8d Av.. N. V.
nr. lOtk Rl.
4 oon v
Sin w. 4Ki w. of S'war.
uiirat'd Catalogue. J Frse.
RLD WANTS WORK Va,.'OSKi
bers of tlx "gatwr" that hurrg around
his store knew thee were officers
'I tcd 'e:r one time," said "Joneay:"
" 'You don'' care for these fellows. All
you want Is Information from 'em!' He
Jum walkeo away."
"Jones" sold he was born and raised
with (lambadella. at Surlng and Croahy
streets. He recocnlsed OambadellA
and warned the "mob," but the "mob"
said they looked all right. "Jonesy"
said his right name Is Charles Klzzo.
"Jones." he eutd, Is Ids business name.
He said he was satisfied that the offi
cers "framed t.te mob." Some mem
bers of the "mob," h esald, carried guns
because he had had trouble with Jack
Zellg, the ganirater. He denied the
statement of "Pish" and Swee that they
slore.l their guns in his store.
"Charlie Toung Introduced 'Leo' and
Al' tn me." said the witness. "He told
me they were gSOu coppers."
This concluded hts testimony and the
session for the day.
SENATOR RAYNER WORSE;
UNCONSCIOUS ALL DAY.
WASIIINCTON, Nov. 30 The condi
tion of Senator Itayner, who Is critically
111 here, became worse to-day. Tne
Senator waa unconscious throughout tlis
Derbies and Soft Hats, $3 & $4
Judges of "dass" put
Young's in the front
ranks Be sure your
Hat is a Young and
you needn't worry.
Disraeli's words are worth
thought. Nowadays, by a man's
collar you may know him. Do
not disregard yrcollar. Ltekup
They will show you what are the
mart collars. The newest shape is
the Pembroke with LINOCURD
"SNAP-ON" buttonhole. Ample
scarf space (iiei 2 for 25c.
Be sure to ice it and try it.
PEMBROKE. 2 Ita
KEN SETT. 2ia im. CHATHAM. 2 im.
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Special lor Wednesday. 20th
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highest tsr. floating I"
aids a satis- Jackal of our
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t fORTM? "Naw
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Here is a new
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I DUKE OF
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your own druggist Pries 11.00 per
f Oculists' Opticians
Half a Century in Buitneax
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Glasses that were fitted
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due to natural changes
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Umbrellas are absolutely
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A new one if the wind breaks it
Guaranteed waterproof and fast
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W will snd jrmi the ntm of narrt dealer
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The specified wlj.ht In each Inatanc
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all TJnited aturaa, or
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"Mixture of vanity and economy,
I like people to think I pay twice
what I do for shoe a."
PUT THE OTHER
IN THE BANK.
Per IOO Bottle
IT'8 WORTH A QUARTER
VOt WT1.I. SAT SO TOt'BttXr.
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I' A UK win. ii.ive iii tn offflU
In the Streets
of New York
Some peoplt ninurn their losj In
silence without nssklng any effort
Oihers and manv of tliem ad
vertise in tlie "Lost and Found" col
umns of The World and write such
letters as this:
Mas lik. Hat, a,
i ViirS Sorld
Vf I" ".'" thnufll a "Lost aad
,ii.' ' in I'BIU inimm.
fur u IiiIimI
It. nun fnualt 1
Thanktus you, I
SL your, triily.
HN V. .1 MLAKsL
Wll W lili II Nr.v v..rk na
If your "Lost and Found" ad. If
printed in the Morning or Sunday
World, It gets a circulation In New
York City greater than if nublished
in the Herald, Times, Sun, Trlbunt
and Press COMBINED.
To Telephone Your "Iist and
Found" Ad. to The World
CALL 4000 BEEKMAN
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