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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912.
HIS POLICE STORY
WAS A WHOPPER
Bfht-Year-OU Finally Admits
He Told a l ie in Pear
of His Aunt.
SLEPT UNDER STAIRS.
Fooled Mayor and Kept Waldo,
Inspector and Others finess
ing for I lours.
Little Auguetui WIlkTinn 'friar up
today Augustus la the . !. . ! nld
l.oy ahu told Mayor (laynor host he u
arrested by a polltetnan. looked up In
th Wni One Hundred and Twenty
fifth Hi Ml atatlnn all night without
anythii.K to rat, beaten with a itr.ip and
turnad looie iha net momlnc to rnaku
hla way to UM home ( hie aunt, Mri.
Farrlnglon, at No. lu Writ i inn Hun
dred and Thlrty-irventh itreet.
Mayor (laynnr. alt h. it gay inveallga
tlon of the atory or little August. n,
made the rhargee pu Idle aa thniiir'i ha
ballevad them and di railed ilointiiie-
loner Waldo to a atrtct Itiiatl-
gallnn. In ronieijuenre the tale of
Auguatua haa taken up lovers! hun
dred dullara wuito of the tlma of the
Commlaaloner anil mot,, than a iron uf
Inapectnra. captalna. lieutenants roumle
men, pattolmen. dooimen and inatrona.
After Handing up under rroii-lxam-
laatlon for forty mlntttea
Auguatua admitted that he
Ha Mid ha ant tha Idea from a moving
piriure ahow. Ha waa out lata In the
aftarnuon of Nov. I! and waa afraid
to (0 home, an ha remajned out all
night and falirlialed the n treat atory
to pe'.fy hla aunt.
"What did you do that evening ?"
aiked tha Commlaaloner.
Auguatua a aaddle colored little boy
with Mfl appealing brnan eyea that look
ngm into me ryaa of hla
no a inirg ayajfj f hle-k curly hair,
ulpad onua or twice and etirtvd In
Ma MM ha ape in tha evening and the
Bight at tne hone of Mia V.rkeiaon,
at No. Tto West One llund'e.l and Tlilr-ty-fourth
Mra. Yerkerann'a huxhand. ha aald,
-.wwHiiiaj vr poriei airt wna away
on tha rallroal Mia. Vrrkeiaon haa a
little hoy named Kngelhrnnt mi l a baby
whoaa home Utile Auauatua eould not
ramarober. Ha deecrlhe 1 ,t length tne
lufiper (Ivan him by Mra Yrrkeraon,
eonillttng nf toaat, tea. hatm, Ji.ru. cake
and other rdlblee.
"I Mt ao rtiUih" aald Augustus. "I
waa Jeat filled up and Hid dnwn on a
couch an' went to aleep, and Mia. Yer
kerenn didn't wake nie until next
Oommlaalonar Waldo palled llttla
Auguitui on the head and aent MM
Uptown In Iha euelody of lnipe"tor
weenay. Tha Inaprctor went right
to the horn of Mra Tirkirmn What
Mra. Yrrkaraon aald about uttM An
guituaa reputation for truth and v
raclty waa a whole lot hi,,, poaltlve
ly denied thai Auguatus had ever
pent a night nt her home and Augua
tua cheerfully admllted that he tun I
Had aliout Mra Yerkeraon and Kngel
krant and the baby and iha ham and
Jam and tnaat and tea.
"Where did you aleap laat night?"
aaked (he axaaperated Sweeny
"I alapl under the atalra In our own
kouae." aald Auguatua. "I have to ba
home from achool at half paat three
That day I played until It waa dark
Then I waa afraid to go home I waa
going out Waal and be a cowbo.i, but I
got hungry and went to Aunt Aurrlln.
I waa afraid aha would whip ma, ao 1
laid her I waa arreatad "
Anyhow Auguatua nan cnneole hlmeelf
Ha put ona over on the Mayor, and even
tha Mayor will admit that he la probably
tha wlaaat and cannleat man In all
Oraater New York.
CAT ATTACKS BLUECOAT
WHO WENT TO RESCUE.
Unptteful Thomas Claws Dawson,
Bites His Finger and Then
If you happen to meet a long, haktlfe.
looking, gray Thumaa cat. laan and
d-oaty and ehifty-eyed. pui bun in a bit,
and take him to PoMMMM "Hob" u,i
aoa of the Kaat Kifty-tlrat eirtet a:a-
Fulloamaa liawaan will do the
Tha polloeman early to-day waa mi
dllla In Cut Flfty-nliilh atreei. At No.
J, on tha top floor, their la a vacant
apartment. From thla aptrimaal ho
kaaxd a prolonged "Tm nn 00 uWI"
that told hla tendur heart grimalkin waa
in euatraaa. Ha wrnt to the rcacue.
"Come, kitty kitty kilty." aald the
polacwnan when he came upon the cat
la tha daaerted apartment. ' l'h-a-ail O
Mauia!" reapoiided the cat, leaping at
Ita raaouer. clawing him jvll over at
onca and taking a bite out of the Index
finger of hla rlrht hand. Dfor Pnw
eoa could fight hark the cat tnAWMrM
down atalra and wa gone.
Or. Taylor of Plowar lloapiial drea,..i
tka Injured finger and Duwaon re.
OMlnad on duty He would hava given
tka eat a leaaon In mannara If be could
found It again, out he co.ildt. t.
HOTEL MYSTERY SOLVED.
May t'ala, Koaail Ural Ii Xiracaae,
Xyaa m aiilt lde.
rntAOTTrlR. Nov. fS.-The pnllca aal-'
Uxlad thimaelvea to-day that Lucy Cair.,
UM young woman who waa ragtitarid
IB m botal hare at- Mra Jamea Handera,
of Haw York, committed iiilcldu. Thi '
Maty waa fount1 In a gai-fl',lvd room
TM Iracka of the dour were caulked
Ooaalderable myatrry waa nttnehid nt
rat to tha fact that the woman ii
alao known ai Mn Frank CaMV. Mra I
Colaman, a relutive f the young
who Uvea at No. 1 in ICait
TeJMU Oil lllld it reel New Yurk City,
ggJBai that Mlaa Cain, while vliltlnt,
hag. ha4 worn a waadlng ring and had
told of being caahler for J'latik Caaay
DIX URGES WALDO
TO GET THIEF WHO
STOLE LOW JEWELS
10,0(X) Rohhcry of Former
Mayor's Relative Disclosed
by Governor's Action.
MAN ) WATCHED R( )H!,ER.
Window Cleaner Walked Out,
His Pocktts Bulging
Throna-h the urent demand of fl-.
Pi POT laMgg a-ttnn. the nrsri ImK.iI
out of 1'iillee 1 1 i.t i i t . to-day that
Mri. Auguatua Low, widow of the
gMtiMi of former Mayor Heth Low,
waa rolihed on Wednesday of Jewelry
aald to he worth 1MH The roohery
happened at the home of Mra Leiw'i
dauirriier-ln-law. Mra (leorg 0, W, j
la, Karl Klfty-flft'i atrial. with!
whom M haa bfi vlaltlng for eeverel
The Ua are Intimate Mends of tha
; ivr rnor and hla wife and at MM ap
pealed to Mm w'ii"i. after the report of
th NfcMfy to the deleetlve MNMi
only raparU of "uromlalng cluei" an I
winiln to krep the rotitie.ry aei'ret
oama nark In anawar to onetant In
qulriei. (lov, I)lx went to the lenvth. It waa
aald nt lleiidijnartete, (lf railing Com
mlaaloner Wnldo on tha lun( dletanec
telephone and urging him to make every
nort ror uuioa ai'tion in raeovering me
Jawelry, whleh had a aenltmenla! value
for Mra. I.- that made tha market
value of the gema nf email account.
WINDOW CLEANER LEFT WITH
The 1, apartment la on the tenth
atory of tha building. It overlooka Mad
lain avenue and I'lfly-tlflh atreet. A
man who wore the un.form of a clear
ing company und wtio had the toola of
that trade with him appeared at the
door wMaMtag motn, 1, . and aald he
had been aent to clean tha wlndowa
The maid had bean Inatrui'ted by
Mra Iaw to keep heiiolf bualad In
Ilia name rovina in wti., 11 the man waa
w,,c ..,, She Wat lie I 111 lit ,,,111 two
of the bedroom win Iowa and, aa ha
ataried on the th.r.i. waa caalwl out
Au the ...ill Iteiurnlne, ahe waa tnul
at the door by the WPBOMd vleaimr.
'I hava dropiia! niy rhamots filttii
out of the w.nloa, ' be lial. "11 PM
n, will ou, when 1 OMM back wl;b
The nin.d looke I nut of the wind w
ail I aa a ihe ctuinii.ed wad of chainoia
lying on the aolrwalk. Hha wlchel
1X11,1 Die man picked It up,
The glil nfterward remembered that
Ihe man'a MokM waa bulgi ng out when
he left the ipunmsnt. bill Iha ttri igl.t
ho had at u if ml aouie of hla window
cleaning laga In hla pocket an I hi r
auaplclona wore not aruuacd until after
he failed to return to rontlnuc lil work.
Whan Mra. Iw. who waa out, rc
turtieil, the majd told her of the man'a
itrangi bahgYlar, Mra. Imw nt im
diaoovei ul the 0iMppMMHM of her
amal, Jewel tlgM. which alio hid lift
on the bureau In tier ruo 11. Hh noii-
lled the police Immediately,
HAVE NAME OF CLEANER, BUT
CAN'T FIND HIM.
Arrnidlng to luembera of tha Low
faintly, the name or the window cleaning
Brat by wljtn the man waa employed
la In the I, inula or the police.
llov. I Ml and hla wire dined lit the
Low apartment Wedneaday evanlng.
They then heard or Ihe robbery, and
1iv. DIx, on hearing by telephone at
AH, any next duv thai the Jtnrla had
not been recovered, made a prranr.al
appenl to Mr. Wnldo, who la alao a
friend ut the Uw family. Fifteen) if
the depiirtiiHnt'a beat delacuvea won'
aealgtnd to the caae.
Mra Low waa greatly disturbed to
day when ahe heard that the newa had
reached the public The datectlvea had
told her, aha aald, thai any ehnnra of
recovery of her helrlooma would bo
grrutly leaaeiivd by publicity ami had
enjoined on her complete alienee re
garding Ihe theft. Hut ahe admitted
th.it Ihe facia ua outlined by The Kve
nlng World reporter who culled upon
her were anb tantlnlly true.
The following Hal uf tha Jewelry
atoleii waa 1 in in 1 by Mra. Low:
An enamel wati h( Mirmundcd with
dlamonla. dUmond rlima. containing five
aloiiea. goM moah hag gold watch, upil
tmA diamond ring ruby necklace, gold
vanity box. dlanmnd and eiiphtt'e
horacahoe pin, paitltiutn pendatit aet
with alxteeti dlAtltoMli illamntid bar pin
and a diamond ring aet with lour ainnea
,lnapcct,ir l-'aurot d0llHd to Real I .m
itatamanl ragardlng the robbabf) t,, laj
except to hint that tle "valuta nt an
Jewelry In any 10 ei.i robbery which
might have occurted waa not nearly aa
great xi reiairted ."
FIRE NEARBY STIRS TOMBS.
rlmiNf r r I In mra friim Hnrrril
IimI( P I in' W I'll i ii a- filrU.
A Hie win 1 1 atar'ed ahnrlly titter I
o'clock thla atom t&g mi Ihii lop riooia
of the alx-itorv brick loft bull, ling l
No. 4J Pranklln atfMl. awukenud tAOH
of the pfianain in tim Tomin prlaor
Juat acruai Ikfayeltu atruet. They
VtawM the lire from Hull' Inn red w in
The force of MgM telephone glrla
W'oiaibg 111 tun rmilioill min iunn ea-
cnalige. ilireciiy ii'ioaa inn aireei iroui
the lire, ItUok to their DMtg despite the
deiire amoke that awept Into their
Tha blaxe wai finally axtlnKiilahad
after hair an liour'a work. The Cor
ouer'i oMM In the A limn HulldliiK ad
Joining, nn Mil enrner ot l.nruyeile. wai
lightly dimmed by witter The total
datnagi Ii Mtlmatad at iri.ouu.
Maapelh Man Killed by Wagoa.
Jamea Hunlcary. thlrty-fnur yeara old,
a plumber or No. U Tranaom avenue,
MaaiHtth. laing Iiland, waa run over
and kUled by a waguu aa Ua allcbtid
from a Beound Avnnue oar at fifty
auvantb atreet, Uanhattan, t-day.
BELMONT'S SHOW (URL
BRIDE. TO WHOM DAD
REFUSES A BLESSING.
ARMY MEDAL OF HONOR
AWARDED FIVE OFFICERS.
Pre.siJenl Taft Presents Highest
Award fur Bravery Ceremony
at White House.
WAHHINdTu.N, Nov. M.-Tlva young
men, OfflMII and anlllled men In I'ncle
tam'a gjOUVg mi liary force, came to
gether ut the While Heme to-day to
rMtltra iha k t award that cm. t
Mvcn an eVrr.trltig ullkr, the llr 'a
of Honor hour or I hern, ftom 'hi
I'reaid o, Han Ktan lnco, brjught itiaui
urlna or the hunt efn I capture of tha
Filipino pirate chief Jikirl lu i, while
the fifth, a cavalry ni fleet who had
helped protect the town of Dougt a,
Aria., luat year, In a id moieatly tha
retelling of hla rid ng Into k ruin .if
hullrte to atop a light that threatened
the Uvea or Amerl, una.
The Median decorated for "deeds of
gallantry la action" were: Flrtl L'auL
Archie Miller and Kec md Llrnta Ar
thur II W.I hi and John T K-ninilv,
all of the h . n Cavalry! QuarlarMaataf
Hergt. Joaeph ritndan it, an Miiatad
man. of Troop n, tlalh Cavalrjf, ami
I'apt. Julian ''.aij.it, of the rirat i'hv
alri Praildaal Taft, w o Din the
pre-enta ln'iii, nuhiiuoce 1 to t,ie Wh'le
Ho i-. fur the ceremony all nf the
Me ii or liner nun now auitiun-d or
living hi it Waahlngion.
MUSICAL COOK'S "HIGH D'
SOUNDS ALARM OF FIRE.
Chef in Pantry Sins "Trovat'irc"
While Fat Bolll Over in Kitchen
Result) r:ire lingines.
There wai anoic thing extremely like a
panic among the hURdrad iatliiiti In
the Columbui Huailtal, an Italian Hull
tut lun at No. 2?J Baal Nineteenth itrect,
when Lou a Conle, the chef, who la
inuilcil. went Into llin pantry (where
tho IjOSUItlM are excellent) to hum an
aria rmiii II Ttovalore."
A large amount Si tat waa on the
tova and, aim a laOttlg cloaed the patttry
door Mhlnd 111. n. he did not lee that It
bulled over In hll allien e. Working up
toward hll orMOMdo high 1 flat, Oontl,
lanori, kaaikld th" note up with every
bit of lung prMIUra he could Invoke.
Thru'igh the panlry door tloaied the
miie and upilalri mingling with the
a i ,ke from the fai, which now burned
on the kitchen II or.
"Something Ii wrong below I" eg
Blalmad Df. Oold to oM or the Hlitera
of Charily who conduct the ROM' Ial
"There ii imoke aacendlng and laiuli
Conte Ii acienmlng,"
DownitaJri ruihad the doctor, lie
leekel III the kllcllen and then Called
up Kire Haadquarttri on the tafaphona,
RnalRM came an I ihe tre wai Ml OUl
quickly, while the Siitiri went through
the warda and calme 1 their patlenla.
JULIUS GETS A LETTER! SH!
Mhrrlff llMrlinrKer la WnriieU lo be
( lirefiil uf i . n ii in ii .
sheriff Harburgar raealvad the follow
ing oominunloatlon in hia man, thli
"New Yotk, Nov. I''.
"Honorable JUllUg Ha t burner,
"Hear Hli Juat a few llnea of warn
ing When yOU take thus,- foul men up
lo Bine Mini ou kial Tuaaday, Nov ui,
lyij, be vgrj cati ful on your way.
"Prom a i-'iieini."
The letter waa II Bawl 1 1 ten and wai
ma ie,i at tne Hudaon Tormlnal atatlon,
yrati rda morning nt ten o'clock. It 1 '
Ihouglit that the writer refcra to the
gunmen ponvloiad r the murder of
Harman RMinthal, who win he taken
to the prtaon after aMtatUg of death la
proiiounceii nn incn next l ueiday.
Mah II rtra ll.Tlin.HMI.
Tin. itatimini of the actual aondlllon
or 'leanng-1 loiiae lianka and Irugl COItt
pauloi tor the wink BgOWl that they
held H,TH,ia raaarvi in axoMi or lagal
rauulratttMla Thla i a doctoani or
oU3,l(M tragi Ian weak.
riKKA i t UKI IN tt TO 14 DA
foul djUfaTUL Will ICaULjJ Hi.', a J U tAatO
y r fadU i . curat am cam uf It U -gr It" tut
FOREMAN GIVES UP
LIFE 10 SAVE MEN
FROM FAST TRAIN
He l.enps in Pront of Pxpress
to Warn Laborers and Is
Hurled Pifty Feet.
.Inmca HOffM, action Niaa on the
Pennaylvanla Itallroad. died a hero to
day at Miiin hen. X J aactlflclng hla
own life In aivlng the Uvea of ihe wota
nieri In hi' gang, w ho wi re In the pat i '
i of an npproaeh tig train. The locnmnt.i e
of the train aglnt which he ha 1
Warfl ad hll men I truck him, toaaed him
fifty feet and depoalted hla crtiahed bod
nn a algnal brblge on the ajda ng tha
atatlon platform aw'ny from the track...
There ore four tracka In front of the
atatlon at MakaohM arid the movamant
of trnlna la an constant that extre ne
vlKllati' e la ne'caaary on the part of the
trackmen. It happened to-day that a
pnaaenger train and a freight train M
I adjoining trm ka, eaat hound, papaed
through .Metucheti tiutethcr llogan'a
men wete working M the weat bound
The Paction kOM wna on the atatlon
platfiii tn m : ii eaa abound tralfig paaaed.
He atrpped out on th.- tracka and aiw
the Waehlnciuti tXpreai 'inning nn at
fifty mllea nn hour. A clou I nf at'-am
aacendlng from the whlatle of the eg
preaa locninoilvo IhoWad tha; the en
Klnei r waa trying In haraJd hla ap
proach to the a. cili, n no ii on the truck,
but the nolao. of the MatMllhd trains
drowned the POttUd of the whlatle.
ttOgan waa between the train and hll
gang He rnihad to the track an I ran
at top apeed toward the men. ahoutlng.
They couldn't hear the whlaile of the
expreaa train, but they heard Hognn.
Otanclag up. thej, MW their foreman
and the train wthlaglni toward them at
the aanie mntin tit. Aa one man, they
leaped from the trn k. Ilogan, antla-
tad of t.ie t Mfaty, v i tn ona alda
with the Intantlon of jumping from Iha
He had mlacalculatad Km apaad
Ihe train bOhlnd him. The outer edge
ot the pilnt itrtiek hla feci and he Mot
ba'k tn anCOUntar the full force of the
onruahlng locomotive and ateel eara.
Then he ahot through the uJr like a.
projectile. Lift had lied when ho struck
Hogau'a aeventc.i-year-:ld aon,
Thomaa. waa on the ataunn platform
He aaw hla father run In front of the
train and aaw him struck and killed.
The ahock prnatrated the young man,
hut he rnrovi red and went home to
break the newH (if Ihe tragedy to hll
mother and four aiatera and brolhera.
HE SELECTED WAIF
Senor Cortez, at Seventy-Piht,
Sails Home to Start
An aged Bpnnlah gentleman who in
a yeur'a tour of the Unltad St. ilea haa
vlalted no "polnta of Intareat" but
foundling aaytuma aallid for Central
America to-day with n nameleea baby
ba whom he will hrltig up aa tho half
to hla ait lltatl in CoIoihIiIk, and a I
young woman who gtfjddl lily tlnda her
aeir changed from a I0 a month nniae
to the Donna Kranclaco Maria Cortea,
with wrlti-j our-own-checg emolu
nianta. In the foil of laat year Senor Cor
tll glanced up nt the calendar on hla
offtOl wall and dli 'overed that he wna
aevonty-elght year! old. The yeara
had paaaed an rapidly and ahaorblnglv
aa he pyramided the fortune left by
hll father that he had quite forgotten
thnt l ie line of Cortea deacendid from
Mexlco'a conqueror niuat I"' carried
Senor Cortea had been moat favor
ably linprcai.ed by Ihe ahrewd young
Americana ha met In llogottt. Whlfl
hla lieadquartera are, and he made up
hla mind to adopt an American baby
when he could find one to lult him.
He pa ml to New York and began hla
aaareh, niiletly. There was not a
foundling up to bbmIAmMohi in Maw
York and thu aeareher worked OUl
lAtO the Weat, miming never a home
The right baby wai In Henver. Senor
Corlei aa he went over the baby's giai l
t anthualaattcalty. told the
who was guiding him IHrougn ma oiau
tUtlon how much he needed aome one
conaerve Ihe drtez fortune and per
petuate the ' orlez nime.
"You need MIDI one to take care nf
you, though," aald the nurse. Jokingly
s, igor loobad Urta th- eyes of HiIm
Travla, nurse to foundling!, and almoal
forgot the Mh and the thousanda ot
firVIl a-rea to the aoulh.
"Jf I OOuld Und aome one tn enre tor
toe as tindirly aa this child has been
cured for"- ha auggested, bowing low.
The Unltad tuiI OomMny'i itaamir
Carrlllo sailed fur llonota lo-uuy wit i
gIBOf c.irtez, Henora Cortez wh uuj
name used to he Mill Travla ami
inual Senor Cortez, to whom the name
la aa likely ua any There was a fourth
member of the party, but there waa not
a bit of romance about her. She la
Juat plain Anna Hontielly, who Mad to
none many foundllngi out In Denver
and vvlui In future will get double pay
for looking after one.
Hues aril Wine Thla Meet, Too.
ll'II.VCV, Nov. 2.1 -illurvard won the
IntcrcollegbUii meet with U polnta,
Cornell wua accoial with 71 points,
Dartmouth third with ; M. I. T. fourth
with 110 polnti.
The Paraon'a Advicat
"Taki Red CtvM Oeugh Umi. "Sc. a bo. Adit.
WON BRIDE THE DAY
FIREBUG BY TRADE
READY TO CONFESS
"Izzy the Painter," Facing 25
Years in Prison, May Solve
Iilairlct - Attorney
Waller, In charge of the prnaerutt. in j
nf arion riaea, and Flra Marghal !
Prlat, have gathered eviden 'e that an- !
other luk of tlrehura. ntranlgi-l aa
waa the gang which waa
In MM, are at work In thla city,
of the membera of the new gang,
dora Stelnk rentier, allaa "lily
Painter," wax convlctad bafora Judge
Mulquewn In Oeneral -aaloni to-day Of
MM In tha aaeond degree, and
remanded for acntence. He hai made.
It la aaierted, overturea to Mr. Woller
to reveal ad that he knowi of the
workings of tha gng In order that he
rntglit ecape the full penalty on h!a
eonviclon, twenty-tlva ycara at hard
labor In Slni rt.ng.
Hielnkreuiier waa convicted of letting
fire to the apartment of Hamuel Gold
in a tanemant ai No. a Bail One Hcn-
drad and eighteenth Itrtet jura i 'aa
Twenty-four iauilllei. aggrei;aUng
personi. lived in tho tenement
time. Oold carried a policy
on hla furnltari and -lothing
for It. 'J"'
the to'.nl 1
value of wnlch waa l Me , ,i ',
:ha pulley increaled from V to '.-
three weeka before the tire.
"IZZY" SEEN AT MANY MYS-
TERious rint. I
Fire Ma-ahal Prlal and hla deputlea ,
had been watching Btelnkrn it-r tor 1
.....l, ii., hnul been etmi -
...ealerlnua flrrl In
about to sm
Hrooklyn. ana one, --
urieited. had been allowod
to go, on hla plea tht
he deaireu io
turn In a Ire alarm.
Marahnl Prlal. through iplei
Inkling that Oold'l
1... ial nre Hold
nut hi" Wltl n''
child to the B nham HoipttaJ the day
of the Are and iUlnkriUtlaT wa seen
. ..i IW. anartmanl a rew minutM
..I.M h.e ilenarture. Half
later St' Inkreutrer ruanea
nn,l Into the rtreet Whirl
he was nr-
reated by Prlal. Holds
.. ...i .. i. 1 In names. There waa
. i,ir of benzine. The Are had
bun atarted In a cloaet which had been
Huffed with old clothci laturated with
I, t. line and oil.
When arraigned for tr'al Stelnkreutz-r
waa reptricnto'i by LaWyif Ahrahani
Levy. In hli open r. lo the Jury, Ai-
ilatant DlaMlat-Aiorniy Wallar aiatad
that Marshal I'rlai and hlg Jeputiei had
evidence tint Ste nkrenizer waa the
leader of a gang which had lit nres
and Col! ae tad lUIUranll In m ire than
SlO caac.i The gang. Mr. Welle:- laid.
worked in daylight
POSED AS PAINTER TO GET
OILS FOR FIRES.
The evlder.ee In pnaieaalon of Mr.
Weller IhOWld that SIclnki cutzer, ll
though puling M a painter, has not
worked at hli trade for five years. Mr.
Wilier believes that he poic.l ai a
p. i. nur tot the purpose of obtaining
benzine and gamiline, which waa uaed
ai all the tires with which ho was con-
ui stad, from itoraa, gtatnkrautaar al
Wayi had plenty of m mey and made hla
hiadqOartiri at a aaloun In the nelgh
MrhOOd "f OM MURdrad and Kirat
a: i eel and Second avenue. It w aa there,
Mr. Welii r says, that moat Of the Una
were planned by Blelnkreuizer and hla
According to the evlilence, flteln
kriUtaWf enabled Oold once before to
ban up mori than ITioO rrom the Qer
man.AmarlMn Insurance Company, In
I which he carried a policy of 11,000 on
I hll furniture and cloth. ng. This waa In
I IMcemher. 1C10. when Oold lived at No.
Kail One Hundred ami 1 nirty-
elghth street. nn letiruary i, isiu,
stelnkrr utaer, living under the name of
Iiaac Stein at No 121 r.ast .Mnety-nrit
treet. had a fire In his own apartment,
on which he collected $l"0 from the
Pennsylvania Insurance Company.
(in January M. 1911. Mr. Wellar'a evi
dence ahowa Stelnkreutier II v e l at Nn.
HI Knst Cue Hundred and Thlrty-njth
atreei. Ills allM then was Isaac (Jraber.
There wna a II e In n clnthea cloaet In
his apartment and
igaln he collecte 1
00 from tlie
lived at at
No fits Iliiahwlck avenue,
Hrooklyn He had a policy . Ii.ouo with
the North Hrltiah and Mercantile Insur
ance Company. Thla fire waa extin
guished Mforl any damage waa done
and Stelnkn uticr did not press any
THREATENS GOV. WILSON.
I'rlioarr gnya He Will Kill Kircn-
llve If lie i.rii rkaaoi.
Cril.ortAHO Hl'HINHS. Col . Nov. 13.
DaC la ring that hi will kill President
elect Wilson If ha ever geta n chance.
John Cohan, a one-armed man ar
reated here on a charge of disturbing
tiie peace. Is being held by thu pnllc.
iiendlnu word from Becret Hervlca op
erative!. If not wanted by tha OgV
arnmint, hla mental condition will be
determined by local authorltlea.
Cohan admlltad Mai he was arnitad
Hi New Orleans when Prealdent Taft
appeared In that city nn hla laat tour
Of the country, and also waa arrested
In UtlleM! laat fall when Col. ROOl
valt spoke there. Kvldenca has been
glgoluaad landing to show that he
hadowad Oov Wilson at a number of
plncea throughout the country uuriiig
the recent camiialgn.
WALDO ON GAMBLING TOUR.
Police Commissioner Waldo and Dep
uty Commlaaloner Dillon made a brier
luapecUon or the Tenderloin laat night
after calling at tlw' Weat Korty
eventh street stall, in and having a talk
with Cant Burfaladi who ggMOipaAiad
The trio went through West Forty
third, Korty-fourth and Forty-tifth
aireet. where In front of about ten
houiea where gambling waa auppoied to
b! nolng on detea-tlvei were Handing to
warn proapectlve patrons of tha kind of
place thev were about to enter. Tha
Commlialoner paid a vlilt to tha dlatrut
jbout a fortnight ago.
(Continue! from Flret Pag
lag between the Comptroller and other
city oftlclala. Hyde waa not preaent.
nor waa he In the city when the North
ern Hank failed.
Q. Did you, the day before the North
ern Hank cloaed, withdraw mora rlty
money than uaual? A. Yea.
Q. After a cmveraatlon with
peraon? A. Ve. the i omptroller.
Walah waa nuCflMdM mi the atand by
Frank la Hranl, formerly prealdent of
me iMinnrrn i.iii m
nie.harrl W. Jnnei )r former Vlee-
i reaident of the national iteaerve num,
wora that in Mny, WW. Ml had had n
converaatlon with Cutmnlni. and re
reived from him an application for a
loan for the fjrnegle Trnat Company
and on hla own belaajf. Tha National
Iteiarve lie L had thereupon made a
loan to the truat company.
J. What wai aald at that time by Mr.
Cummlna With recard to rlty dwpoalta?
The dereme objected to thli qunatlon.
WHAT STATE HOPED TO 8HOW
"We propose." aald Ayalatant Dtltftct
Attorney Clxike. xphilnlng. "to ahow
that cummlna told Ihll WlthCM that If
the National lleai rve Hank made thla
,oan to the I arnegle Truat company ne
1 1 ummlnai would PM that hla friend,
'it' Chamberlain Hyde, would mnke
poiltory. We propoie to a ,cv that the
National Heaerve Hank, acting on thla
p-omlae or Cu ninlna. did make the loan
to the CarrcKle Truat. and that Juat a.
"ion aa the loan waa made Hyde did
daalgtviti tha National Ham va Bank m
olty n,t,,rv Juit a a hla friend
CWMMM had PCMIkiM, We propiiae to
,wu..w, ii.ni mere were eevera-i atmtiar
,i Jie e iii'ii
1 that whenever the
Carnegie Truit di sired to borrow money
It could alwaya do ao by promlalng to
make a rlty depoaltory of the hank
front Which It borrowad the money.
"In thli Way, Your Honor, we pr.ipoie
to ahow that the tunda of the City of
""' '"""i" ai ine cotnmanu
" . i. ii , in i ua. MIMI II'
Hyde waa always ready to go to their
reicue with New York'i money, dlpoalt
lug this money In a bank whl"h had
already promised to lend It to the Car
negie Truat Company, and Itelchmann
John II. St.mchfield, oppistng the
question, declared there wai no proof
that Cummins made these repreaenta
tlom on the kn wledge of Hyde. Justice
Doff permitted the question to be an
iwerod. WHAT CUMMINS PROMISED IN
IN NAME OF HYDE.
"When Mr Cummlni applied for the
loan for the Trust Company and for
himself," Mr. Jones, tho witness, said,
"he told me if we let him have tloo.MO.
on five notes of Mattl each, he wa
thinking of Mndlng to ua large accounts
rrom other banks Ihroughout the coun
try. He said: 'I think, too, I can ln
iluen "e rur you a larj;e account from
the city.' I told him we alioady had a
deposit of tl(uun from the city, but that
we want" t mora."
Q Waa the clty'a dipoatt In
craaaad tnuaadlataly aftir yon
loaaeo Onmmlns thli tloo.ooo?
A. I do not recall. I can look la
my book! and aaa. My rioollio
tlon la that the clty'a dlpoilt wai
not lmuicdlately lncraaaad.
The State offered In evidence a city
warrant to show that nftar the Na
tional Heaerve Hunk made the 1100, 0'in
loon to tha Carnegie Trust Company
the clty'a deposit In the National He
aerve Rank wna Increased hy 11.10,000.
The paper waa temporarily barred by
(in eroei-exa mlnatlon by Mr. ftteuer.
gf Jiirnn admitted that neer, at any
time, ha I he had my conversation or
oomrnunloatlon with Mr. Hyde, and
that Mr. Hyde himself had never prom
laod htm a larger city ilepoilt In ro
turn for tha 1100,100 loan to the C.ic
nagut Truat Company.
g. Did you make that loon because
you thought It was aafe'f A. Of course,
I thought the loan waa Bate, but I was,
pei naps, tntluenced by the repreaent i
tlons of Cummlni UsM we would gi t
vatlUhhll bUainaM as a reiult or mak
Q. (Hy Mr Clarke) Were you ln
Huenced In part by the hope of get
ting a larger city depoalt? A. I was
GOT MORE DEPOSITS, BUT
DIDN'T SEE HYDE.
William K. llolloway, formerly preal
dent or Ihe Hungarian-American Hank.
u In May. Ial", did Mr. Cummlna ap
ply to you for a loan? A. Yes: several
nf th officers of the Carnegie Truit
Company applied to ui for a loan of
ii. Wai anything said about a city de
posit If you cade the loan? A. Yei.
y. Who made the application tor the
loan? A. Mr. Jones of the National He
serve Hank, for the officer! of tho Car
negie Trust Company.
y. Immediately after the loan nil
made to tha Carnegie Truit Companv,
did you receive a city depoiltf A.
Yea; my bane; received a depoalt of
Iliri.oOO of the oity'l money Immediately.
On c.roai-examlnatlo.n, llolloway ad
mitted that h" had nevor had any
communication with Hyde, nor received
any promlaes from him.
OTHER B K8 MADE LOANS
AFTER TALKS ABOUT HYDE.
W'hen It. Hun Appllton of th! Four
teenth itrect bank wai called he de
clined to tuke the oath, declaring he
i. referred merely to affirm. Ha teat! tied
to a talk with Cummlna In 1010 abor
have in preparation for Monday, November 25th.
TheJr Annual Sale of Women's
Fmr and Fiar-llned Garments,
Hiuffs and Neckpieces
of the most reliable and fashionable furs, at
prices rarely quoted for corresponding qualities
This Sale will be of Unusual Importance
West 23d and 22d Street
having tha roortaenth Rrreat Bank
made a cUy iteuoalfwyi -ttowt ha .tvd
loaned the Cummlna group ot QnanaJ' rs
- - - ... - . , . .
to, ouo trie nay aner tne i-nr ui nr.,
York depoalted 1100.000 la Ihe Four
teenth Htreet Hank throuah Cltv Cham
Itobeft Heierly Minis, cashier or 'he
National Heaerve Hank, was questioned
about the ion. nun loan made en Mav
27, 1M0, to the Cummlna group and :he
Carnegie Trust Company. Me described
Ihll loan In technical detail and ldcti
Ufled the notes given to secure It.
y. And on June 1. three days Inter,
did not your Dink receive a city de
rmal!. Ai rummrhs had promised? AM
Our records show r.mt on June 1 the
National Reserve Hank did receive a city
deposit of I12S.O0O.
William A. Barber, former, director of
the Guardian Truat Company, said that
In Saptetnber. 1910, he had had a con
veraatlon wltlr Cummins regarding an
application for a loan made hy Cum
mins from the (hsardlan Truat.
y. DM Cummins ask you to aecure
the loan? A. He naked me to present
g the directors of the (luardlan Truat
Company an application for a loan of
y. Did he sav anything abOUt any
depollta? A. Yea, hut It had no rela
tion to Olty money.
y. Whnt did he say? A. He said he
was aure he could have the American
Snuff Companv or the American To
bacco Company make deposit! w ith the t
Guardian Truit Company.
DEPOSITS FROM HYDE FOL-1
y. Wai the loan made" A. Yes, to
BM Tennessee Paoklng and Htock Yards ,
Company, p. r Mr. Cummins.
O. Hid you get depoilti fr.mi either'
thi American Snuff or th American
Tobacco Company? A. No, air.
y. Waa any city money depleted. In
stead? A. Yes, sir. One hundred thou,
sand dollars, a very few days after the
loan waa made to the Ctrmmlna Interests.
Willis G. Nasi. President of the Mer
cantile National Hank, said that In
May, 1310, Cummlna came 10 hltn to try
tn get from his bank a loan of BOO.OOO
ror some of hli concerns, and that Im
mediately afterward tis hank received
nearly lOOO.ooo of Pity deposit!.
y Hid Cummins said anything to you
tibnut city deposits? A. He had merely
asked me If we had any city dapoattg.
On cross-examination N lah tab) the
fa tthat his bunk might gt clly deposits
hnd no effe-ct on matting the loan, slic e
hll bank did not wlrl nnv more city
muuev I.Ike the other WltnaaaM, he
said he had never eomunlcated tn Mr
Hvde Ihe ta-omlse of Cummins, nor lead
Hyde ever mad" any promises to him.
Arthur Hsnr or the Savoy Trust Com
pany, said thnt. late In IM0. Cummins
had aplled to him for a lojn At that
time the fsavoy Trust Com .any wai al
ready a cltv depoaltory. I: also had
loaned laO.oou t . i ur.ins and bis prtnera
on Sept. 9. It'll.
Q. Did you have any conversation
with i u mm !na relative to any dipoalta
to be made with you. A. Yes. A
weok before the loan was made. It
waa in hll rnm In the Holland IfOUM.
Hn usked me how much i ll .- miiv y
we hnd and I sad I7S.00O. "Well," he
said. "I can get you a lot nioro.
That ti. all that was sail
yy. Was this loan of ir.o.nnn mad
to Cummins noon the specific promls
thnt you would receive a denosit Of
R0 OOU frn-i the city through Mr
Hvde? A. Yes. air.
y Vns the,, deposited In your ban '
that very dnv 10.100 of the city's
money? A. Yes. air.
TOOK LOVING N AW4Y
FROM C0UNTPR WHERE HE
STOLE WAISTS r0R LOVE.
Sharp Store Girl Who UiJn't
Love Loving, Spotted His
ljbor of Love.
Me is living.
In met. he Is 10 till LOVlng, Also ho Is
And he went to Hrooklyn to-day, still
Loving. He went to pica out a soirt-
Watal for his sweetheart, ao lovlni; la
lie took a green carpetbag along with
him tn which to carry the shirtwaist.
H went Into I.oeaer'a department store
and edged up annlnst the Taney shirt- I
wnlit counter In n typically Lpvlngl
Then Miss Margaret McKntee, who
13 a gtora detective, saw Loving take
thrM ihlrtwalata from the counter audi
put thim in his (rreen oarpatoag ai
leaat so ahe testified later when the
Ihlrtwalata were found In the bag at
the Adams street station.
Hut Lovlnic had not paid for the
Hence his arrest at the Instance of
At the atatlon ho said:
"I am I.ouls Loving. I I've nt No.
Ill East Fifteenth street, Manhattan.
I "took the shirtwaists to give to my
"Show the rentlemnn the heat room
In the house." Lieut. Mct'ormlck eald
to the doorman.
CONFESSED SLAYER PLEADS.
"Jot Golltr," snys Prlnoe lo OtsMgfl
uf KIIIInk llenlley.
WARSAW. N. T.i Nov. 23-Althole
Prinze, confeiaed ilayer of Frank Bent
ley, when arralicned before Justice of
the Peace Addlion Flaher to-day.
cihnrned with munler In the flnt 'ettree
ulea or not guilty and de
manded nn examination. He asked
that counsel be aislKnwl t defend hint
The hearing w
aet for next Wedne
rnnnd I.ooae nlninnnd In Mulla.
WASI1INQTON', Nov. 23. An unmount
id diamond will be laid at the dead
letter auction sale. Dec. II. The little
gem wai found looie In a mall hag.
TtVo WIM1 Train Wrcct
glrl taVi ' a
rViis ' 4 ri trie axpi
acap'.l 1 1 a i ' i to-, i. iy amen me ir
rraibed into two In omotlvel pushing
Southern Pin litc Ireizbl near hen. Tw
trainman eatri klded i"1' t wo othe
Railway oitlelali bgaf an inveathu
lion to tix raMonilhillty for falluro t
flag th" paisenger trim.
The choicest and
purest of tobaccos a
attractive! Fatima, th
A lively and
A jolly crowd and an
evening of fun;
All these you will
always find at the
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Tel. 4040 Orchard.
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