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.TH.. .? .VP NO WOR ID,. TUESDAY,. NOVEMBER 26, 1912,.
men l'jn3 on art sail ana ecs aj out
over the pIMtont Mi the PeekekUl
local was 4 raw up In xlmm of r(
M .. . .-i uniform' portam iwunw. flrtj
member of the (Vara Paaat Aaeooiatlon,
( . i it and pal of the mmn who
had boualtt tlokata to QaaWilna and
whose pmnai aa a mfc waa to
a eourre of aMakaf eaaaaf to ansrlff
.-M place of Mil if Bs and U Bep-
- - Yrk Central Mtctsel aw aa
Ih laitl of ra HJI
five IMA Of I
it um.' and the
ronionnlad tJiem. There war atoo aaV
mil ..i to It tla-a awuna snaneo Mra
MUaai Roaanbart. tsefty Loote'e wtfel
lettterl Horowlta, "flhp tfce BtoodV
r. ,uf Roe Maaar, "WW tar" Lawtow
VOUNQ WOMIN ALLOWED TO
SIT WITH TM KM.
tha Sheriff lad Wla way Into the oar
.4 -rranted aaMiilaatMB o fte pala
al rtahtanad jouna; woman In rl
w. Ha ale alkrweat hla aajnitles to
irashaokl tha fuur prisoners eefor
Xhy Ml down, but ha aaw to It that
(hay did not alt by tha wtndowa and
that ther wart tare dasntla aa-aka-nad
to aaah prisoner raady to peunoa
ia thaan ' an instant' warning And
aa raw taa Ahectff htmaalf ha ooulri not
m to make Ma WTalraM Sahara
and mmxr pat 'n Ma ovarooat pookrt.
Oaa hm oama at afT tiervoua Jump
ha atoda and thara waa no ltttla alarm
la at eternity aadjr tha eroapact of an
Am aaoa aa ha bad hla prlannara
aaatadl ta tha nar 'h. Hhertft orriere.l
that tha ahaAe pulle.1 dnwn. Ha
did not alow tha (unman to tic aft"
whaaMad art alt baaMa tllr woman
talk arttll tha trajp had pul'd Ml of
taa Ona Huradren and Twanbjr-flf Ot
Waa ration. At that atop he waa
a hla aiawd on tha platform, ahmitin
tha naaaaa f tha aJajratra and urf
taa than) to pull ip thn blind and
say aooAbr "WVtejr" L.i wis waa tha
only ona of tha 'our who pullad up
tha ahad and vhowad hi face.
Than fuarda an oth planferrns
of tha oar and anara "r prrtl-eeran on
tha pllin o Handla tha Tha
Harlem atop waa WW and aa aha ioeal
.hot anaad tha ftbarlf mva psrmlaalon
for tha tunataa t aa uaahaoklad aad
allows to alt with tha trambUna and
rrlahtanad youna woman, who war
hardad in ana and of aha oar
"DAQO HANK" M-mAID TMI
DOI'OMTV jHf HIF
Whan "ao freak" aaw that ha waa
lha only oaa a' the 1"r witbou a friend
or lBa1i to alt by hint a aim aa led
to th KhaHff th,t M. brother ba KrauaM
Lack (ram tha car ahaad. HarVurfar
hook hla haad. wharaat "Dao frank
alowarad at him aad hlaaad aontathlna
throtiah hi taath. Harbaraar baokad
away, twtattna hla flaaara around hla
icuna and muttarad to a raportart
"Did vou aaa tha aril glaom la hla
Tha train mada many atop aa tha
'way to Oaalnlna and thara war orowda
aatharad at a vary atatioa. Th ailada
f tha oar wara kapt dawn . taouaa,
and tha aatamblad mnlMtOda cot sat
ampaa of tha notoatoua aaaaatara.
At tha local pullad In at Oaatttlna H
looked a if th aottr vCUaa aad turaad
ut. Thara war at laaat a taouaaad
man, woman and children clua tared
about the atatlon, airalalna thakr var
trhrae and ou Icing tltalr aye tor th
Oral allmpaa of th aunnMn. Tbay aoon
tarn into Tlew with (Bra deputy
herlff to each priaoaar aad their
ahackla acaln locked on thakr wrlata.
Tha Oaalnlaa mob wai oulet and
orderly, coolant to aa ana nook alona
In tha train of tha Harburaar prorealon
a It climbed tha htU to tha Ma Cray
bulldlna where the four young men are
to die la th electric dhalr unlaaa the
Court of Appeal should raver th
vardtct of Juattoa do IT oourt.
OANQtTeUlt QAVE THE QUA". DC
A WIOE BIRTH.
All alone tha way to aha State prison
that vara aMtrtai and oaaatahla
paatad to prevent any eort of dmootra
tlam. aad the roam bare of the Bam Faul
Aaaoatatton, who followed In th wah
of their friend. cv these grim pa
troUera a wide berth.
Chltf of Folic Thompoon of Ossln-
laa had his rntlre daylight fore lined
up atone the thorouahtarea and posted
. on th stairway which led up to the
prison hill. Crowda Uaad the roadside
and thara wara hundred of automobiles
aad other vehicle draws up to allow
their etirtou paaar to feast thalr
aaw upon th four manacled oalahrltla.
Thalr name were shouted at th aun
aaan aa they want ehuffllnc alone, aad
aa those salutations baa an to wear upon
thalr nerve they snarled back at the
hatlar tn th picturesque laneuaa of
Th wire, of "Gyp th Blood" and
"Lofty Loul." ntTiitey" Lewis's sister
aad Jean Onrdon. the young woman
with whom "Dago Prank." lived drove
up to the prlaon gat In a doaad car
rt'ga and lnten opted U gunmen as
iney proceeded toward th entrance.
Tha four young women ruahed upon the
prisoner and thrw thlr arm about
their nerk. Th Ubcrtfr of N' York
'"ounty u greatly perturled at thla
und thought for a moment that a rea
iue Waa being attemplrj.
The four young women utterly dis
regarded the drputlra to which th
lTlunrr were baokiad. and continued
"I tli their puaelonate uij hyaterlral
embrace for aavsral inuiuent. Wheu
at last limy were gently puhd away
nlie.lnT llarburger huatlud hie taptltea
in front of him and guidrd them up the
tens to tha prlaon entrance, lie waa
ir.et (her by Wuiden Kennedy, who
lirrmltled lilm to bring In th gumnun.
hut M ould nut allow any of th Ueputiei
ASSIGNED TO CELLS NEAR THAT
It was 10 o'olock whan the prUoa
rt r flOBSd behind the galiltrt a and
their record were taken. They wele
imaiedlattly nt to the bath ami glv
M prison clothe to wear until the r
own garnienla oun b fumigated. There
a are thirteen men In I'll death house
when Ihe gunmen arrived. They w-tn
.malgned to dljulng cell only a thort
I'latance removed from the cell OSOU'
pled by Charlee Backer and within M '
all of hla voice. Mr. Ketker wu In
the prison when Uio four .dig lieuten
ant arrlveil, but withdrew to an ante
room the momant ahe aaw them appeal
Justice Uoff begun sentencing ght
slayer of Herman Jtorenthal at 10.ru
a'atoak. In on, two, ftiree, fuur order
h cotdamnd 'ham to dl In th vmIi
of Jan. .. "OyS the Bl "xl." h ist
to hear the Trt"n"a read a i lad Tom
th courtroom at 11.02 lie alone if 'hi
fou waa unahl to BWhttwl hla emotions,
list eyelashes were we- nd a"
rolled down hla nheek a he (a "a tils
wTtat to th atisokla ami was led sway.
HJa three .virnpa.nl mi had borne lliam-
aalraa with grantta-ilka tndiffarenee.
as they wara draaged along behind
guard, wore forosd arln ami
aVrwad thalr taath In paoultatty un
TVTttl th Orlmlnal r'ourta Ttiilldtna
fwJrfy rooked with the shout' aad
awand Una mi n tl ini nKirtitd wian
aaa woman, tha oondamnad vnrm were
lad aaa to thalr i-alla to be iu-pt
for tna Jotrmey to Ping fllna. They ayere
oniiToyd to th Ch-and Central fliatlen
B tna prlaon van and taken aboard the
tl H train, and there wer aborting
ftnotw to greet triem all along tha way.
FATAL CLIMAX WEIGHED ON
THE CURIOUS CROWD.
Thara waa an rrr solemnity to thl
grand ellmax to the Rosenthal murder
that veemad m weigh apon the Immense
crowds that parked the Criminal Court
Iiutldlng and m:ri throuah tha ur
rounding atroets All ! In th mot
lay ronrotirse aemal to fal that there
was still a potential majesty In the law
of the land and that lha national m
tmplla waa rUldlratmg Itself In tha ya
of tb arnrld and erasing t IfV stigma of
Its blood-thirsty aun-totlng gang.
flcanes a are snactsd 'mt fha rourt
room her th gunmen war aaambld
to hear the wurd that meant for them
Ch death eholr and muidarar'a grave
ueh aa liave nevor been wltneaaed In
this city befor.
The mobs wer Mgger and mor riam
orou than any thnt hav aver )legd
th great dlamal rnce which potn-a Its
dally procion or cotivlotad felons Into
th Tomb through that famous hute
th llridg of Blrha, th pod. e precau
tions of Shariff llartturgtr wer wild
and wooly In the extreme.
SHERIFF WEIGHTED DOWN BY
ARSENAL OF QUN8.
Active and nervmie as a atlnglng
wasp. Hharlff JullUo llarburger was lit
rally loaded doarn with guns, and aa
aid he had lmpraad Into rvlc
thirteen of hla hulkUat deputies, eaoh
man armed with two thlrty-alght call
bra revolvers. Harhurger himself oar
lid two black handled pleoe of or
dinance, whloti he was oonatantly lark
ing In ami out of Ma Jacket pocket as
If he feared that ome bloody warfare
waa about to begin.
Bafora th Mg asanas preliminary to
tha sentencing af th gunmen began
thalr aeuaattotial advance the llttl Hher
tff poae.i for hla photograph, with a
revolver in aacb. hand.
It waa U.a o'cio.-k whan Juitlea Ooff
took Ills place on the bench and ordered
that the group of man In th raar who
oald not obtain Mats b ejected They
wara swiftly removed and the Court
beckoned to Supreme Court Justice
Lawlor of Ban rranclaoo, who tried and
aotanoad Aba Ruef, to coma up and
Join htm on the bench. Justices Marean
and Jfaddos of ih Brooklyn Hup raise
Court had corns into the tribunal with
Justice doff and took seats behind th
Jury bos. Th Hyde fury, which had
com Jgto court an hour earlier, re
mained in Baa Jury boa.
SHERIFF LED THE GUNMEN BE
FORE THE JUDGE.
At JAM Juattoa Ooff alanalled to Clerk
Penny who waved hi hand to a dnputy
heriff m the raar, wharaat tha prisoners
war brought tn, led by etharlff Har
buraar. Tb RhrrlfT overcoat pockets
trotted with revolvers A he stepped
out ahaad of "Wbttcy" Letwta b kapt
hla linger arlppad about th hilt of hi
tuns. H walked swiftly and et the
pace for the four prisoners ana their
extra guarxl of thirteen armed deputies
A th gunmen wheeled into the railed
alleyway faelna the bench they braced
themselves, throw up their chins anil
stiffened heir houldrm. "Wfcltey"
Lawle waa unahavad and unkempt and
as waa Xyp th Bloosn." lwl'a face
was ohalk-whlte and ha constantly
batted hie eyelids Th other three
tared out ateadlly In front of thorn.
The moment the quartet of gangetora
had taken their places Dtetrlot-Attornay
Whitman arose and moved that the death
ntno b paaaod upon "WhiUy"
Lew I. At thl former Uaglstritte
t-lmrl.-a J. P. Wattle etepiml forward
and began Ma long list of motion to set
a Wla th vardtct and arreet the judg
ment of th Oourt. ( araued for fif
teen minute that th verdict was con
trary to law and against tha weight of
evidence, that the Jury had bean blasted
by preconceived notion of the defend
ants' guilt and that the new Jironx
County bill rendered the vordlot Illegal
because in of th special panel of
taleainen from which the Jury had been
drawn realdad in lironx County.
"WHITEY" TREMBLED WHEN
ABOUT TO BE SENTENCED.
Justice Oon denied all the mntlona
with one wlilapered word. Then Clerk
I'enney arose and turned to "Whltey"
I.ewiw atattna the formal query: "Do
you know of any reason why the sen
tence of the Court should not be passed
against yout" The gunman' lls trsm
tled but he did not utter a sound.
Jutlo (ioff ralaad his hiuul and his
eyee swept tile oourtivum lot an Inalant.
and then restrd upon tha faces of the
piiaoners. lie eppa with hie uaul
gcntleneas. hut clearly and dlstln t!y,
ewrv hallng of his voice uudrtue In tho
lenee stillness. Tlie prisoner gulped
convulsively aa Juailce Uoff read the
"Jacob Beidnhnr, otharwtss
called Frank Holler, otherwise
called 'Whltey' Lewis, otherwise
called 'Whltey Jack,' otherwise
called Louie Beldeaaohua, otharwls
called Jack Betseli
"Th Judgment 0f thl Oonrt Is
that you. Jacob Ueldeushsnr, uthsr
wlss called Frank Hollar, otherwise
called Whltsy' Lewis, otbsrwtls
called ' Wfcltey' jack, otbarwts
called Jack Belssl, for ta murder
la the Bret dsgrss of atsnuan
Rosenthal, whereof yon are con
victed, be, and yoa hereby are,
entenied to th punishment of
death; and It I ordered that with
in ten day after thl day' ton
of Court th Nhciilf of the County
of How York deliver yon, together
with the warrant of this Vourt, to
tbs Agent and Warden of the Btate
Prlaon of the Btate of Mew York
at King Blat. where you shall bs
kept in solitary confinement until
the week baglnnlng Monday, tb
lath day of January, 1J, aad
upon until v rfthln "is reek a
appointed he tain and War
ties .f ... Itafd 'it. )l the
Stau f taw Vnrk at slug ainx
I commanded to do ecntlon up n
yoa, Jacob latdsnsheur, cthsrwtse
olld Prank Mnllcr nhrwte
called Whiter" Lewi. . (AawVwl
eaBsd Whltey .lack- jtharert.
cailed I. "ill Beldeaaohne, othe
wtas callec Jack Bait.. U Utt
mod aad mannas prescribed t
tb law of th Btate of Tw
"WHITEY" SHACKLED AND LED
AWAY BY SHERIFF
luetics fl' ir flntel.. d reading the denth
osatenre agalnat . nt 10.lt A the
bust -a-ru-d fll from his llpa, Sheriff ifsr '
bisrtr tmdded to the two deputies be- I
hind lwta, who atemjci forward, rat
tling wiatr lauidcuffs, and gUppag tt.e
ahaoklew on the gunuuui a wtlet. liar-,
biargar lkd on grlmlr, I till gripping j CjAjNC i
nie revolvers Aa BH han-lcinTs mloaea
the gentet forced a grin on hi blue
Una hit.l er..... . .. mm .... ' .aaa.Wu.
off itehlnd his ap'ors "Hago eraBk" i
I nr. bed along the Mil, with his hnsd hli,-h I
in tha air and Ms gaze dr-natitly .1d
tlpoa the white balt-d condeliuillig
The same formula waa rep-ated tn
Die cases of "liago Krnnk." tel at aH
th death aentwnca had bean rsuwied
egaan him. lie en.. wed hie gob) teth in
lugMbrOoua grin aa the alw ttlee
rattled behind Mm Willie the handouft
ware hslng aipiml upon his hrft wrlai
he leaned over the rtll and shook hamli
with Ms couneel, Mr. Wahle
"Ooodby, Judge, fa ald (adlly. "I'll
see you oon."
Then h swung round and went swag
gering off down the narrow passage
way. a deputy eherlff on each aide of
him and on trailing at hi heels
"Jwfty" I .utile hoard hla aentenoe read
at 16. tl had folded las arms as hia
c4Mnpanlona war being eantencwd and
he wore an aipreaston of frosen tndif
fwenoa II was the moat carefully
groomed of the four and wor a new
biaok sera u. He aleo shook hand
wtth tl counsel and bade him good bye,
an ylatdad to tha ahaokla and went
uampina off with Ma guar.
"OYF" WAS FRIOHTENEO when
Hit TURN CAME.
The stillness In th court-room re
mained unbroaan by so much as a
murmur until tha last nteni was
read against the trembling and fright
ened "Hyp the Blood, He held himself
logstber wall until "Left, Lojl ,.
parted front ha aMa HI oo urate
see mod to desert htm thea and he pat
hi hand to hi throat a If to check
the spasmodic movement of hi Adam'
apple. He gulped oonUnuaTly as be
heard the sentence read and shut his
eyes to hold bach his tears But aa thn
handcuffs wr being snapped on hi
remembered the act ot his two com
panions and leaned over tb rail add
hook hand with Mr. Walt!.
It was all over at 11.01 within th
pan of seventeen minute th law bad
read away tha Uvee of four men m the
earns nosjrtroom, setting a new mark of
the eort In this Stata The tension broke
aa "Qyp tha JSood" loft Ui rail and
there waa a narvoua ehuffllna and
tamping tn vry corner of the court
During the procession of th con
demned prisoners from th court room
to tn lirldg of Highs, by wny of the
open corridor abov the rotunda. Capt
Tlerney and hi men wr constantly
mbnolltd with a fighting, yelling mob.
Th crowds had left th doorway of
th courtroom Ui Jam r, th cent e 0.'
th rotunda to watch for "Whl-.ey'
Lewi to emerge, and a ho initio
tumbling out of tho narrow fiUura
of the upstairs pen the crowd surged
for the stairway and fought and atrtifj'
gird and anarlod with the puLemen
wbn threw them back. T. 1 1 . . . w.i i
dodgad past the guards beluw wer..
caught by th men oo the t.urw iyi
and throwa bodily back Into ta pre:...
below. Aad this scene of turmoil and
pandemonium was repeated as each af
the succeeding prisoners appeared and
waa hustled along to the entrance to
the Bridge of tilth.
CROWD POURED INTO STREET
TO SEE THE VAN.
A tb last ot th gunmen vaniahed
lha crowds poured out Into the elreet
snd swarmed toward th gate of tha
Pome to wait for the lUauk Maria U
appear on it way to th ii and Central
f aiion They had only live minutes
to wait The gunmen had been rushed
to their cea to oollaot their belongings
and then had been herded down th
stairway and out into the Jail yard.
They were piled Into the closed vehicle.
each of them (hackled to a deputy, and
w I to U mor d epulis to till In aa an
ktra precaution. Bherlff llarburger
mounted on th aeat beside the driver
with his revolver on display and then,
at a signal, tha gate nere flung open.
At 11 10 the prlaon waon came lum
bering uut lntu 1-afayelte street, the
horse galloping and the HherllT threat
ening the univrc with hi gun. The
mob howled and a thousand men and
boye ewepl along fur three or four
blocks behind the vehicle, ahouting the
names of the gunmen and shrilling In
coherently. At Canal street the wagon
shook off the pursuing throng and aped
on Its wny to tho Urand Central cita
tion, where another luimens throng
The crowds began to Mock to th
Olmln! Courts Building and the neigh
borhood of tha Tonibs two hours befora
the tlm et by Justice Uoff to Impose
sentence, and wlion Capt. Tlerney ot the
Bllgabeth street station mar. he I to the
courthouse at I o'clock with twenty-four
uniformed men he found a solid pack of
men and women in the. rotunda and hun
dreda more awarudng through Centre,
Iaifayette. White and Fran kiln trt.
More reserve ware sent for and a MtUad
of twenty plain clothes men wero rushed
down from I'oii.e Hedquaftsra
The work of clearing the rotunda of
he bullclltia atai'tcd a near rkjt, for the
Central Office nuui had received OfdsTI
to wvesl out the gunnel'- and herd th.in
Into the Street. There, were acorea -if
underworld notables on hand, slinking n
corners und hiding thetnselv
stairways, Packing the nearby anlooni,
or grouped on I'ranklln street, staring
up at the Bridge of Highs to aee the gun.
: men brought across
IJeut. Domlnli k lllley led the work of
weeding out MM had men of New York
1 and one of the very llrat he pOUnoad Ofl
' a us "Humpty" Jackson, w ho assumed
' tho grim mantle of Monk Kastman
; i lien his reign M gang lender w as cut
Short by n prlaon term. Jaokaon made
i two handful! for UlUy. hut he was
pitched out of the building on his neck
I and passed along from hand to band
until he was htirlad out Into the Jam on
HUMPTY'8 PALS ARE THROWN
OUT OF BUILDING.
A dutch of J as ... s pal Were gath-
POLICE GO! BACK
11 14 FOR VICTIM OF
Refused to Search
House of j
Boston Convict Swears Detec-
live f iot Lawyer Who Had
More affidavits 'rom convicts figured
Ir, the Aldermanlc police tnve.tlgatlon
to-day Thl w&M, ''oursellnr Huckner
of th f'nrnml'.tas snd bll detectlvea
farad away over te Chariest wn 1'rlson.
In Ma.achtistta, and to Itoston for evi
dence. The matter handled to-dv wad notor
loua at the time It was an actlv nw
factor. Three men were arreated nr
In March. rX. charged w ;x robbing a
Jewelry store In Boston. Whll the prle
mere were In Jail saaltlng examination.
Magistrate Barlow rducd their belt
at Ma own home from 110,000 to it, 000
each. The thievaa, Harris Hothatein
and Joseph and Jacob Goldberg, Jumped
their ball and were not arrested for
more than a year, when thay wer
caught In Kuropa
Mr. Bticjknar la evidently trying to
how that Ietctlve Klnsler, Duggan
and O'Farrall ware at least ngiltut
tn handling the caea He broutht out.
with evident lutein to expand on th
line Utter, that 1 Mar ran, especially, we
actrv In tha matter, and that the Bos
ton Jeweller got back only II li worth
of 116,000 worth of property stolen
from hla a tore.
lawyer Moeee Sachs also figured kt
the p roc resting. It was testine that
Hadha, who acted for the thieve In
getting the bond reduced, offered th
loton Jeweller (1,600 for om reason
Ktnory It- Bucfener. counsel to the
Committee, opened the proceedings by
outlining the matter to b oonatdered at
to-day session. He said he would first
call wltnaaaa from Hoaton to open testi
mony aa to a burglary committed In
that dry tn leio. The burglar were
caught here, arraigned In a Magistrate'
court and Jumped thalr bail Mr. Buok
nar aakl he would try to bring out evi
dence to establish whether or not the
detectives tn thl oaa were eiflcient
Samuel B. Ulllan of Boston was the
first witness He la a Jeweller In Wash
ington street. His store wss robbed on
I-on. Tt, lilO, of Jswelry valued at 115.000,
practically hie entire stock. Two week
later Mr. Ulllao came to New York,
acting on Information that th burglar
were here Inspector Morrlaaey of th
ltuston police came with nltn.
1160,000 WORTH OF JEWELRY
STOLEN, HE GOT ONLY (75
t'lltan antd he visited folic Headquar
ters alone and saw Detuctlve-Lleutonant
Val. O'Karrell now rtlrd. O'Fojt!!
allowed him Jewelry bhat had liaen
found In the pnasraalon of burglars, who
had lcen captured the night befora He
Identllled part of It and the next day a
Jeweller named Meyers, from Philadel
phia, and another, named Baxonaon of
New Haven, identified more of ah
"How many pleoe of Jewelry wer
stolen from yon'" asked Mr. Huckner.
"Three thousand alx hundred and
twenty-five," answerod tli witness
"How many ptca did uFarrll
"Nine piece, worth I7E. That waa
all I ever got from him. In January,
111. I got back two watches that had
been pawned In Brooklyn. 1 ald the
pawnbroker i!6. 1 never got back any
thing else. The value of tho recov
ered property waa nhout $114."
Lilian aald that o rarrc.ll Introduced
hltn to Detectives I iiiHgun and Klnsler.
Inigguti, the witness swore, said he had
the right men that one named Both
teln had conf rased. Utiggan tnld him
the prisoner had t7.00 In cash, pawn
tickets and steamship tickets.
"I asked Imggan where the money
and pawntickets ,vere. He said he
ered tip in lliu nexi ruan arid pitched
uut into tlio tret. The buildltsa r.nn
Willi olls and uullis and the .-riams
of fi .Kilt. N. .1 eonten. w-im were thrown
hark hy tlie i-hurgi-s of the utilforrned
men and tin- sliurl rusho uf the dtu
A hai'ilcsde of wooden beDOhe was
set up In the rorrltlors Wdlnu to the
porta-ls of the trilmual, hut even these
barrlara did not attack the tampadaa
of the morhld hundred. rVanttO men
attamvtHd to huntU the beDOhei and
were auaht in midair and lluntr hack.
Otlu.ra strova to crawl under until a
departmental .No. s Ititertupted tlreir
piogivs and they wtIkuIuhI buck with a
Hut with atl this runstant mllllna and
ftarhtInK end scrnmbllns; and tha soil I
fronl of tlie pollO ranks icursl hun
dnds mannsreil to act by th lines and
lori'c men way iiuo iue inui room, j no
Biaiorlty ot thaaa had pas, s or were
eaeorted by ofllclala Of the bullOlni, but
oti.'e Ihey got In.ilile thara was n pell titell
fish for seats that resulted la more
oonfuaion and iilHOfdJafi
It VM t0M S'olOOh whftn the annnien
were hriniKM over tho UrltlKe f SIkIih
b) siiiTiff HaaTburaar and his thliHaati
dopuden. To reach tho atulruuy Itsi llna
down to tha pan Imoh o thn Oiin-lMl
Branch f tha VupranM Court it waa
ne'HUi.iry to profenl thiitijrh the tpen
railed oil oorrldor on fha aaoond Moor.
w 'i In In full vltW tf tint rnl ii tula
There were AetBolinieiiti of polloainaa
posted in this corridor uml at the hu.l
of the atalrVrayi leading up from the
rotund;!. There were more policemen
al the foot of the slulrnays, hut this
precaution did not check the i"ii of the
sweeping by lha policemen al the foot
of the telrwayi they pllod up the mar-
ble itopa 'n .i aad ecranrbl for a view
of lha Bondemned quartet, and it
not until thay K"t to tha level al the
rorrldor thai thay were ehecfiod and
flung back. The policemen were com.
p, lied to use thalr lists up.i their boot
i.i hammer huek this onslaught and
doaen wore pltohad bodily doa-n the
Incline to toss and roll In whirlpools of
arms and legs on tlio floor of the rOs
Boy Killed by Speeding Taxi
IJWj-f -Jxf--l-i-e-j-f-l-i-i-. i
guessed the prisoner gave them to their
wives. I never saw the pawntickets.
"The thieves, Joseph and Jacob Ool !
berg and Harris Kothsteln, were ar
raigned in Jefferson Market Court. Duir
gan askrd that they bs held In Itt.OOO
baU. Just then a man ran In. He fa
Moeea Sacha, a lawyer. He said: Tour
Honor, thl Isn't murder. Thea men
ar poor tailors.' Then the Judge made
th ball 110,000 for each. The hearing
waa aet for the next Wednesday. This
waa on Monday. Th two Ooldbergs
gar ball Tuesday nl?ht Kothsteln gave
ball Wednesday morning. Just before the
case Ta tc havs been called. Neither
of fh three defendants howed up In
SAID MAYOR'S RIGIDITY PRE
VENTED SEARCH OF HOUSE
TTVrlan aald O'Faira.l effcred him a
UttJ ihrasa chain whtoh he aald h hul
round !n Kothsteln' house L'lllaa re
fused th chain,
"I aetced Mm why he didn't go to
OoMborar house," said th eritnoss
"Ha said the Mayor was to strict he
couldn't get a learoh warrant. OiigKon
aald he would go out among tha pawp
hnpa and get my wntcho. 1 wanted
to go along, but he wouldn't let me T
aakod him to let Inspector MtNTHIMy
go alnnsr, and he rwfuaad. IU(t,h,
Klnalwr and o'l'arrrfi a-ent out after
"What did they bring haok -a b.isket
fulT" aaked Mr. Buoknor.
"Yes," said UITian, sarcast1cn.il'.
"They hronwrht hank nothlmr."
I'lllnn aakl ho had a hard ttme get
ting Klnsler. Inigican and O'Farrall to
go to Jefferson Market fourt nt 9
o'olock on the Wednesday morning
when tho thieves were to have been
examined. The detective put him iff
on one pretext or another, ha declared.
They got to the vourt about 11 o'clock.
tin the way over," said I'lllan, "IVug-
tan told ma Sachs could get these
thieves out on habeas corpus, but
wouldn't do It. He eald Sachs araa a
friend of hla. in th court a yoUM
man I now know to be Sachs's brother
aid th prlionera would ho back. They
didn't com back. Then I found the
ball had been reduced at MiiKlxtrnte
Karlow'a house to 11,004 for each pris
oner. Moses rtui'h said he would iruar-
antee to produce them In nn hour. The
Mnglotrat declared th ball for
feited." "I will show," said Mr. Ttti.-kner, "hy
th District-Attorneys record that thl
hall forfeiture netted the oatUlty 1439,"
"WET HAVE GOT OURS" HE
I'M in went on to tell how depre.-e-n!
he was about the escape of the thieves.
Dugean aald to him, he lecnr.-d'
"It's too bad. Mr. rilian, that t.ioni
fellow got away, if they had been
kept nere we would have rot n your
property and we'd hav" fatten OUre."
"What did you thlra he meant by
Ve'd get ours ?" asked the attorney.
"dh, I knew what he meant." Mid
The two Ooldbercs and Hothsleln a-ere
arrested later In Kuropc. Ulttagl told of
the arrest of tw en In Brooklyn a
vear after tho robbery, who had some "f
r 7 ,
his property. These were Maglxn '
Krans. 1 apt. "oi;hlan of the iir,wikl'ti
Detective Hill'eau and I'lllan went to
K rails' home and aearchfd It without
a warrant Mr. Bucknei1 contrasted the
search of Kraus's horns without s war
aa--.- . S
lw aBwawER9wwy aT-' J!lflr I
sfMgBJBjB ttMawJawaaW wJawrwlBat aawJawBJwi
rnnt with DUM-VI) rtfUiaV) to MApcn vtriret1 ratonl nl nrlilh win ba ihown vou.
the temt of tin- Qoldbortv undor tholFqr Mii b Bllwr Hfn itorM and all
I tit tt a" Irti1ltia '1 r ir.' -' i at a.
nmur el room at an ota. i .
After ii l't of !TH'iiniprirncntlMl t-"ti-mony,
Dilan laid tli tulkni to DUtTatan
In Boston aftar Mia trial f tha t ilwaa,
i rtigatan told H 1 Tn ht- 1 1 tuaajanl waa n
buBim'HM man and worth ' to.000
Throuvh Prtaman Bmarvon of Boa
ton. tho nasi nrttnaao Mr Buck nar ei
t.i itliftheii that tha ApptUata Division
i Investlitated Mavlstrat Harlow's n-
i nl,.tion of ball. Tho Magistral waa
I exonerated. Mr. Ktnerson, who was .,
i port of messetntei' for Mr ITlllail In
Irvine to have th I1B.O00 forfeited
ball pn'd t inilan, aald ha i.iike.i with
Duswon, Klnsler und O'Parrell, 1 ::-
gan nil. I. aOOOrdlna 10 the wltn, lii
had been offered l,000 to let the pris
O'Parrell, lold Mm Klneler was a de.
(active bacauae he loved the buelneea
and not DOOaUSa h needed the money,
by a cup ot tea at four
o'olock. Try It yourself
Sold In airtight tins only
of Little Victim
. - . ... t i-i v
he helna; worth H2.".iKXTn, Inclu.lleB an ex
Mr. BrtSeraon tohl of a CA11 made by
I .cut. OTarrelt on Aaslstanl Districts,
Attorney Most. O'Farrall aald ha 'dldn
r1vo a damn for Moss." M". 'Emerson
laid he whs tlmoal petrified a-lth jur
prlaa if a detectlv latked Mk that to
Jo reijeder, ihe Otatrtct-Attorney j(
BoatBB. Mr ataiaraofl aald, hu would die
Mr. Muss told me,' the wftneM laid,
"that he hnd u be earaful with th Mew
Yo.-k nffleera if O'Farrall was all 1
to become annoyed he wouldn't do any
police work OB the ease."
PLANS FOR NEW PIERS
1,200 FEET IN LENGTH
hock Commissioner Says the
Work Would Cost the
Tkw-a Commissioner CftlVln Tompkins
sent to th.. Board of Batltnab Unday a
oriel of plans and estimate for the
construction of 1,009-? 001 1 le:s on (ho
west Btdsji These estimates etc an alter
natlvo o tha report f tha TapmanH
The CcaiMlrlastonr pretenti elean-n
studies for vsrioua nuntbara of plarg 1 1
la constructed with varylna amoanta of
d-rorlglnff. atid of these ho odvitic'cs
Study No. 'J aa the most desirable, if
the uptown pier plan is Anally approved,
This study Includes six whole and two
half pier, between Waal Forty fourth
stroet and West rPVfty-euventfl street,
1,(00 feet long. HI" feet wide, and Willi
slips HO feet wide between them. The
dradarliufi tha C mltaloncr ihlnba,
should ii .1 ate to the a-foot plan an 1
the coat would be H3.Tfd,l M.
Robbed of Its Terrors
for Rheumatism, Sciatica and Neuritis
Nurltn bus absolutely removed change
in weather from oonaldtratlon the sur l
sleaya tblnlna lef thoss lw have leurneJ
It wotlW b almost orlmlnal to deeelv
sutferer fr-tn rheums t lam, SGlatloa nr
n.-urltls. bent ari.l twlatad tth pala,
,e:i him I oil ...aid relUv him. then tgka
hla MataAa?' '
I Kuril? I' nortor's prescription In the
I fnnn si powder, We hav a. tual or... f
that 11 ts an sntldots tor uric iold poen
l,l. I. 1. i.-i'.!,. r... 1 1, ii.........
, it will rellev, u vasl rnaloiliv of casen
1 of rl
hm i tlx n f.'i.i'i ii .iini iit iirni" unii
awai aruaiPaillM It In l)H IT'i" tTtun nariiili,'i.
I ODlRtM Hfld Othtf 1 ni r tii ill itiKti'ilit'tit.
(ji't u I h - ! " -ntlr iv i t nU ht 1
'all rhr-unui 1 1'' pain ami rt-itnicl !u tollva
I l.i. I l-eU i llif 11 i - I illMi
Prompt R?lief"Penr.anent Cora
LIVER HILLS never
fail, finely . y-t-
able act surely
but gently ou
Ctioo improve th complexion tirighte.
eyes. Oaall Pill, Small Doit, Sauil Price.
Genuine Signature '
HELP WANTED MALE.
EXPERIENCED cutter on
men'a cravata, to out of
town, A.pply Wedneaday, 10
.to la . m . , store Door, B19
; '111 live.
HELP WAM I ED Ft MALE.
' ex peh f en c e i PpTeaaaTB and
I turners n men'a cravats,
to go oul 1,1 town. Apply
Wedneaday, i' to Ifl a m.',
iw 4ii mvs!.. atore flooii
MVX. 1 M Wa eel . mm . I
ml MMmwmmmm t m pi ill
four noitrili .ncti .tt f.ifiSf jrmj
ar.J dtrl th: trt r 'lit ilf you breiihe.
I! jou' nnttrlu trt .iftef 'hs frrmt
u.' disi-airf colled it. yout nasal p$ge
an; set uj. iTi Irritation This is called
catar-h T'le Irritation produces a dlt
Chargi Thl dlscharne is loaded with
K.'.-i-s Your nostrils Miir clomteJ
up, you CMinot Mow out the discharge i
In the Datum way. The annoyance of
! chokrd-up nostrils causes jou to free
thaffl In any way yotl can. You find
that vou can draw the dlscharre back
eird into your throat. This is called
hlwklng, and is a diSKUstlnf;, unnaturil
nd unafc practice, and glvei the
i rufath a lad odor,
Ursirirg incite firms from the o'lstrlll 6sc
BM tns th --let Vlrjf nn defnes. tiirom (Hsisis
ii. ,1 ,1ii.aer. It le l'..ir.ljei u,h,h st4i
erl f trttm emi 'rie fr .ni yur n-nirrlli into
f r '.lu-.nt a hat Uresis .m Vifl tfCntJM.'t. II!
' .t S1U exult '41 Jsslum. Is saetktr hes.1
" -e ti ,n .-.iter t . -. 1 . in, In otiisri
.. ulseesss, is xhtm ataaekltii bt etasr
( pMuaoara snd in ttm ett ussrcu:.,iit.
.Most cases of JgattMtl and lung
I defuse start from a closed, iry or dli-
ehaf1n nostril. Here li :h reason;
J Vour nostrils arf supplied ivlth perfect
1 air filters. These structures strain al!
the dut and germs out of the air you
. ;ke. If your nostrils are open and
nealthy the disease germs are caught
: and entangled in the natural secretions
of the nose, as flies are caught on sticky
I paper Once caught in the nostrils, the
; germs art Mowr out If vour nostrils
art dr anc sore the disease germi are
nof caughl at a!!, hut pass right on to
vour ear and lungs.
U sieelslu 1. frse.ni cfofierl nostrils, trestls
(Isifrr-. ". he.ul n.ssv i-k! Iwsllol "ers i-Ucei
It ihi rsrMthlaa :.iiie. I uns tinny jests
Knn: -t (hi ',es- i t clo this. I eS 'res tJrs
nestrlu ettaoiit ctttuai the beeei if Ibi
mj tmm leailnt tr tSs eaarftl tiss ImttorriDt
tnictursi ' wen ;reAtel hj nsturs to strain
.hex snd terms out if th sir.
Clogged Nostrils Cured
ffhtfk Mi Krafc Hrli fir; oinlts'l m he
Mi1 M : (r-rriU har Lnthsjrt m to: flff yan.
I t.- i soM ipri Mtlb '' when I, did iuv dujc
I 10M t'n' it ITj left cot'.ri wu , i all
tin tlaii M.. "i-Jatrtif iiiK ut , i:c?it tli .it I
il l n -t liu- :t tin ,h-i liartTP thv. fimd il
liifai Btitl t. ee pwMMtS bach into my thr.jit. 1
a. i bo 1 Dotlld not tmeli UM lct my mun of
tit t ban to p'.tti wifri nr month avcd. If
. i trr.o a h qntt) tOOM I fee! aa If I would
mother. I w when you operate! on Jeffit
iwtrtj, to 1 th'iiiiT'U Mil miilit it a:l td) Iwiit
ne.' sin trtattTf Mr. H.rold hm rtiHirtj thai
h a tull aro ow ire anJ open all tha Uma.
I I o aletf t i h hu t . el ked and A H t
ente of ir - and ta ' returnad. Mr. llawid
at lsa Ko at. Saw York.
I hae ms1e vi1of.r?ry In tha treatment of
MU n-ilse and tefiiers ehl, h I WBMQtt an lm
. iirtvit ona. M dMofl loea sway atth uia
nffMilt) 01 pftMni iiuitrument Into tha ear
tn'-e. w!dal. meaaurea Itart ruTeJ unaallator .
re ;.Aiiful and Inataad trf wtVUg tha diaeuj hato
tnU IVrOM it further m Into the aar
Huw iininrtant mv mattKxl of treatment it will
he alwn u the MM 01 Mr. Dunn Whan iff.
Edfd I. iMiaii final . inaitlted tue he sail; 1
latujlit eon f: eiro rnij and u.a I ettled In
mv ears I had awful nnlaea In my r ire, tha'
auticed like e.un ? i, t- a and ttlU i ifiirina
"Mi hearing got hu that while ! ft iM hear
tha voacea d thoe wbo wrre talkina: mium na
iould n--t i tr .' ri I Mvat the i . i . . atd
WMI 1 -tn! tfom to WU btl ''lork I tcnM 0 .t
ear It Xu-k If I - r my war h riglit up to n,
ear I t' l not hear it tt.k. While I i , heaitlff
the Mtntti aeriie ele'ate.1 I bwI not liear ttie
t, KM b) t he tralne.'
tn e 1 treatril Mr. I i m he rennrta that ba
Mfl he.ir wDQttiHKwM a well aa he arer ftMUd, and
that he oau hoar hla Wlteti tlrk when twelve
ini-heit frm hu "ar an I ha all the n-aiM ;ate
left hi he.il Mr. lhu.ii Ue at 1!V l:h ae
M of firr n 111 he oprii Tlmrsil u, Nat.
SIN I 'uHiK-a i t iiij m from ' A. M. to
1 I. Ms
If M wottft fmm pii.s arnwa the fnnt of the
head i loa. ed n atrila. Jl- iir.lug notr i. are
tt itiiat dear or hare i eal D ilMg, or hate a lal
'.hnat. if jTO hare a at h ma Irn"hit4a r an ir
lUtirue .. uaii and you think my training and
eii-erien'e hon! 1 make me s gl rtpctor, I wil
M Jew aad ta MTf yotl Hftt m offh-e. If
coat you iio'lnnet for an UaiOAtlon and adrit-e
If vmi Hill write me I will h:h you m lateei
book atlftl ei 'lain some rh i gs that are rinity
DR. J. C. McCoy
213 Mat Iron Building
Broadway and 3d St.. New York
iteiin Men 1st. Wednasdiv aad Fn.tv. 9 a. il
to 9 I' M. Tiisa.lav. r Is. ami ftituntsr. u
A. (I, te 6 I'. M lets. 10 A. M tii 12 una.
World Wants Work Wonders.
1 W I
Candy lloxes, shaped and colored in exact imitation of the 4
National iiinl. tilled with either Caramels, Nougats or Kissea. 1 Of
Absolute JSc value elsewhere. Our price, filled W
GLACE FRENCH FRUIT, 1912 CROP
Just arrived from the southern part of Sunny Franca. Sold A
in mi iii the original package as received by us from 1 a.Q
abroad. $J. (Ml value elsewhere. Our price, 5-lb. box py
Special for Tuetday, Nov. 26th.
CHOCOLATE NUT CREAM
KISSES- Wholesome rhocnlete fla
torril . ream. Main morsels .; ,'liomied
....i- i i .. i it tiikti-rtliin to '
it ,nti iui fur
I - ' W lift t
OFFERINGS FOR TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
OLD DUTCH STYLE
CHOCOLATES . holeeome rream
eaatfaa in temiilln aaeortment of
fruit flavors. Ihlrklv rov-
erril nllli our bitter sweet
rbaralate I'm m imx
SALTED ASSORTED NUTS
A inoat ffjeiplele "l,tl I tfil aaaart
int'iit of niila. aultrd Jurat tu the rUht
i'Oltlitflir l hut It Inn l.tlttr to llt-t
the attiK-tllr for (lit Tb.nka
nUlnir 1hv fruat.
I'oi n box
,,r.h.KL'..tnJ .'.'.IM M.J".,..S.,tr
T,,iHs . K.,.N -
.1, i in it - ':..?
MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED
COCOANETTES a rich. .Mi-
cious, fluffy eaalaff of slireiliit',1
Cocoaaul ami foiuiiiiit in u in,
blelldad carefully, ilelicatrly
flavurad aad c orated tliiikly witli
niir Premium Milk Cho-
POI ND BOX "i7'
A good piano never wears ot
It returns many times Its cost i
the pleasure and satisfaction th
good music brings to the home
If you have children to educttl
you CANT AFFORD NOT.
have one. , .1
have Had I pood nair.e for 01
years, and you buy a piano on ic
name anJ on faith.
The faith of 84,CW lrchael,
of Pease Piano; his not been ni.s
placed. Prices gJU up", um?
Pianos of our own and other ftK
makes, J?1 25 up; f'llly warranu'i
and much better than cheap nei
ones. Monthly or weekly pay
ments if desired.
Write, for catalog and bargwB
Iht OrP!' evenin?:.
PEASE PIANO CO.,
128 W. 42d S.,nr. Broad way, N.Y"
Brooklyn Branch i Newark Branch
34 Flatbuah Ave. 10 New St.
A full line of Victor and Columbl'
Yon Don't Pay for It
until vou ara fully aatlafled that H ta
tha piano vu want, ihert i ulva you
tha hanaflt of our
Low Factory Price i
ON EASY T Kit MB.
Strictly Bona Fide Olterj
No Schemes or Catches
Ws do thla to convince you oi ine 1
auperlorl'y of WESllIt 1'lA.NOd
over many other makes sold for 1
much higher prices, and we wanti
you to he th sule juda of th!
I 'lano you buy.
W sell rtirsct "from rectory to
Hums,' thus savlni; you all mljdlo- !
wesef riaier rianns a I." Dun
Wesrr I nrlshta Bli.t no
Iseii I'lanus 7-. SO". ailMlue '
ntwol. lover. L-.irisje ati,i sbevf .
8rnd for new ratalnsue B,
tai W. ltd St.. (Near nn Ave.) '
Tel. Chelsea 6414.
UNTIL O'CLOCK. 1
PER week;. k7ur HA
dieaied In lbs latest stiles.
tlDlfca' SND OfcNTi
CLoTHiNti viraa shr smsT 1
COATS st ths lnsest prlen I
MANHATTAN CLOTHING CO.
lam ad At., cer. 72d Ht. Opea Bsga. '
I Trade Mark. I
Special for Wednesday, Not. 27th.
rKUITINAS Krrah frulta. blcaadaMl
with rraaam rouuldtxl Into dllferaaji
ahtatx a mid nivrrrd lihrraUU with OtM
iinnii mr rnoroiBait). aoc.
maiim 1 1 Mtifrn an, and onafxiiieaitlv
turitr .ml dailrlugs-
aim. riiriiierraore. the are ra a
rrrsli wbeo rou hut them.
i-iii ii iki aar aaep
OR BONBONS AND CHOCO
LATES M.m Ml Paiaa-aaaal.. I
III.; tare thf mire. lu.l. mmie ranai aC
lli'loua rrault a hie vd ,
lorrmuai raniiv ttianu
lat turer In AmriiiVa
moat modern klti hrna.
. WtfWP BOX
jpea evert svenln
SHVl TBDt .svenlns unUI 1 1 o'eloek.
K" - V I THAN HHlil V I N, KVK.I IJNTII
Ill TIIANKHIIIVI.NO HAV.
, PARK ROW a. NA.S3AB
suri-irisu wsisnt m rathe, Iniisnc.
Includss ih.. container)? '"'"'
a mm m 1 mm 1
1 mtim ttw
M itu' . mmr