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TTTT EVENING "WOTTTTD , TTTT! 5T5 A 7." N 0 VE MBER W7"TTTT." f-ft-Wt ' "r
SET TRAP TO CATCH
She's Really a Police Matron,
but the Rev. Rufus Macurda
Didn't Know It.
SPIRITS DIDNT WARN.
Voices From Beyond the Grave
Urged Investment fn
got any tronalimliial Up that
ha m to to arretted to-day on
at fortune telllne; Ma spirit.
had failed to nam the
taraa ana stem, wherefore ha walked
right koto tha arma oc two of Deputy
Cocmntaskmsr Dougiherty'e man ami
wma ballad by thorn to tha Waal Side
Tha Rev. hfaveurtda, aa ha oalla Mm
aaaf. mix sylrltuallem with atoak aell
ina, and It was hu Ma ktlttatrs to Khe
latter eetterprlee whloh la-1 to hit
Many oornplattvca name to tha police,
ail ohawajtnaj Maotarda with using aplrtt
maoaagao to convince woman dupes that
xtvasttnent to tht Dawning Ldgbt Print
has; and Publishing Company waa a par
tloularly tin thine. Following bta cut
taw, It waa aald. Macurda. who U a
dreamy-eyed blond, wall aat up and
looking aa If ha nursed soma great mya
tartooa arrow, drat ooenprosnlaed hla
woman rlotlma and than aold them tha
took. From aenaa of shame many of
aba woman rat us ad to prosecute, runa
SPIRIT OF DEAD HUSBAND
COMES TO MEDIUM'S AID.
Dawning Ltrht waa a magailnt !
voted to thing medlumlstlc It lived
twea laauaa and, like false dawn, faded.
Maraud had capitalitad Dawning
IJgtrt'a good will for fEO.OOa Hla middle
name to Atwood. ao ha sailed tha presses
tha Atwood Press Company. Thoaa who
nought Dawning lAxht ware ahnwn the
ulky preases whirling away, piling up
nloa fat dlvldanda.
One uoa wtn lira. John Donald of
No. lit Van Dyke street, Brooklyn. At
the time of the purchaaa aha waa Mrs.
Kmma Btalnton and lived on Eleventh
aireet. Brooklyn. Prom the 1100,000 es
tate of bar hoaband aha had reraivw!
10,000 and waa living comfortably
when aha attended one of Macurda's
eeanoee. Tha aplrtt of har daad hue
rand apoka to har through Macurda I
and aha bought Dawning; Light 11.15"
wor.h of It.
Mra. Donald declarea Macurda told
her tha atock would earn $10 a week,
or about 00 per cent, a year. When no
dlvidcnda were forthcoming the women
reproached Macurda Then, ahe aaya,
ha gave aer 11" aa tha first dividend,
hat aha received no mora and soon Ma
aurda Informed her tha masaxlne had
aaaad to publish. The preaaaa be
came the property of the Atwood Preee.
POLICE MATRON SETS A TRAP
FOR THE MEDIUM.
At Maourda'a aeance Sunday ware two
nelloa matrons, Mra. Adele F. Prelss,
who bought a private reading from the
medium, and Mrs. 1 little Young, who
wished tha spirits' advice on how to
:uveat her dead busl'aml's money.
Mra Young waa told many things by
Macurda, Including the Interesting fact
that aha bad Indian blood In her veins,
rlhe agreed that Macurda waa certainly
a arondarfully gifted man, and it only
toast ten minutes for Macurda to gel her
across the atreat to the Atwood l'rcse In
the Millar Uulldlng. Hare sue ooulil
invest COW) wltti .'insiiug reault. But
that was not what the widow wanted
aa much. There was a little cripple In
Maryland whose birthday comes to-day
and the widow thought tt would be ft
(ilea thing for her la have a little present
of stock which would bring In a little
dividend every quarter, say about 1800
worth, Jual as a present for the little
cripple. Macurda thought so too, and
to-day waa aat for the sale of Iba slock.
Macurda waa arrested a year ago by
Mra. Isabella Qoodwin and was put on
probation for a year. It was during the
year of good behavior that he began the
Dawning Light affair and eterte.l bis
WILSON GETTING BETTER,
BUT NO TURKEY FOR HIM.
Bermuda Unable to Supply Ameri
can Thanksgiving Feast Gov
ernor Not Worrying.
HAMILTON, llerniuila, Nov. :'6. The
I nulth of l 'rem lent -elci t Wilson shown
improvement to-day, but he has decided
to remain at homo ull day, so aa to
i-ifniplsteli recover from the attack of
Indlgeatiou which affected him Satur
day. Thsnksgiving Day will find Mr. Wil
son and his family deprived of a tur
key, aa there is none available In the
island except birds kept in cold storage.
Mr. Wilson, liowovor. Is quite cheerful
about the matter and saya It la the
company and no: t ie food that makes
"TURKEY SPECIAL" BRINGS
65,800 GOBBLERS HERE.
OASHINQTON, Nov. a0. With a
majority of its IS.MO paengera Hob
bling their despoiling prolesta, a apecial
train of forts -two cam raced througn
Washington early to-day bound for
New Yoi with turkeys from eastern
Tennessee destine I 10 (trace many a
lotham tuble. There were thirty-four
ire filled with live turkeya, each car
In auarge of u special man who looked
.ft or t.e cmlfort of the fowl, and eight
i errlgerator cars containing birds killed
und prepared for market.
Trie "turkey special ' la aald to be the
!.. . ringio shipment of turkoyi made
a nny ytars, If aver.
Woman's Beaw Perecf af Eighteen;
"Corsets Torture Bodies
That Need No Artificial
Moulding," Adda the
Portrait Painter, and
Asks, "Why Should
Young Girls Wear That
"Display it Now Limited
to Face, or, on Occa
sion, Arms and Shoul
ders, but Beauty Con
tinues to Exist, Only
Puritanism Covers It
Up!" Declares Expert.
By Nixola Greeley-Smith.
'Tig n Puritan world, my masters! i
For this reason, and for no other,
woman to-day appears less beautiful
than in the golden
time when Chios
Amaryllis In the
classic Shades of
only such gar
ments as the
times and the
manded. And tha
times were no more rigorous than
the climate. But helaa Protest
antism, Puritanism, has supple
planted the Greek religion of beauty.
Everybody wears clothes, and such
clothes Women torture and squeeze
themselves with corsets. They make
themselves Into beings without hips!
All of which In frightful and very '
distressing to M. Paul Helleu, great;
etcher of France, who Is now so
journing at the Hotel Rjtl and mak
ing dry-point portraits of such New j
York women beautiful and other-
wise as can afford to pay for them.
Needless to say. It Is of all things,
the thing to be etched by M. Helleu.
And so his telephone bell rings night
and day, and when I saw him yester
day in his apartment at the Rlts
the first snowstorm of the season
seemed to have anticipated Itself and
settled in large, permanent paper
flakes about the feet of the tall,
black-bearded Frenchman who Is the
greatest artist in dry-point.
Tat K. Helleu, who does not
peak English, had last disposed of
a etnpendoua morning mail by tha
simple process of tearing up all tha
letters not written in French or
aeat-rrencb. Of the latter there
were many which poor II. Mellon
found svtn more difficult to de
cipher than the plain Bnglieh ones.
But the tenor of all mlsslvss saved
from the snowstorm waa tha same,
"When will yon consent to do mjr
Meantime M. Helleu waa talking to
me about the beauty of woman ami tha
Puritan restraints of our times. Tha ex
planation of other climates, other
olothes" doee not seem to have occurred
BEAUTY IS DISTORTED BY THE
"Beauty is always the same," M. Hel
leu declnred. "Woman I always the
Same, tfri,- changes only In her Inter
preter, the artists who to-day are
bam Pared by an Inheritance of oen-
turics of Puritanism The real beauty,
t'oe greatest beamy, was that of an
tiquity, but that beauty exists to-da: ,
only it Is covered up, always covered
up. and generally distorted by abom
Inabla devices like the corset. The
(Jreek religion of beauty permitted the
display of the Imi ly, Modern l'uiitan
;ni conceals. The artist realizes only
tile compute beauty of the profcsjlonal
model, and I know of three models In
Tart as perfect physically as any of
thf ancient sculptures.
"The display of woman's beauty
to-day Is limited to tile face, or, on
occasion, the arms and shoulders. But
beauty continues to exist, only Puritan
ism covers It up!"
This is a disconcerting thought,
specially at this time, whan we
are about to celebrate tha Puritan
festival of Thanksgiving. Maybe
we onght aot to be ao thankful
"Feminine beauty reaches Its per
fection at the age of eighteen." M.
Helleu continued. The reader of course
understands that m. Heiieu m the
father of a grown-up daughter. They
always are, when they rave about "the
perfection of eighteen."
In the. interests of all those women
who are more than eighteen I ven
tured a inlld protest. Uut M. Helleu
"What Is ao beautiful as a young
glrlV" he rliupsndleil. "You yourseir,
do you not wish you were eighteen?
Why should these slim young girls
iquettS and distort their bodies with
corsets.' Look at this!"
M. Helleu soiled one among many
prints of nls etchings "f charming
young women which surrounded ua
and held It before me.
"See that face, how exquisite! Hut look
how the waist la tortured. Ah. why must
.hey do It?"
M. Helleu laid the picture down with a
"Then you don't care for the present
fashionable beauty, the girl with 'he
hlpless silhouette?" I Interjected.
"Not at all." the artist replied. "Why
should young girls wear any of that hor
"Perhaps you are right about young
girls, but without corsets the woman of
thirty would appear" I began.
"Let the woman of thirty wear any
thing the likes !" M llcllcu eicliiiiutJ
I ftato 1. .''isammr ... 7A 'M'U; F .7 J
i i . y x iii
COMTESSE DE NOAILLES.
Impatiently. "For her. after all
Dnlahed. Knfln e'eat flnl!"
The contemplation of the woman of
thirty seemed to bring ao much palp, to
M. Italian's line sense ot pe.rle.tlon that
I hurriedly Changed the subject.
"The fetnlnlna types that you draw are
ao subtle, so line, so evolved thai 1 havu
Ihoujtht perhaps you consider Intelli
gence necessary to beauty?" J remarked.
"Necessary." Oh, no!" M. Helleu an
swered with a shrug. 'Hut. really, ln
tVUlgi nce does no ha:-m. it has nothing
to do With beauty tt can even exist
alongside of beauty in the same person.
Here Is a lace that Is both Intelligent
and beautiful tt you like you may re
produce it." And M. Heiieu banded me
his etching 0r the Comtssss da Noalll s.
Who Is Miown throughout Pi am
ce as uti
NO NATIONAL TYPES AMONG
I suggested thai in etching women
from all over tha world M. HsllSU has
an excellent opportunity t, compare
national types Bui the tamous stohtf
snook his head.
"Tliore are really no national
typsu among baantlfnl woman to
day." ha obaarved "Beauty !n lt
aslf conatitutae a nationality apart.
X have aeen beautiful American
woman who appeared to be French,
and hare la a portrait I made of
Madame Kenlar, a Trench woman.
Xa not that a Greek head?"
Madame Msnlt r was indeed of h.
pulchritude, to suggest 'he classic
l.tdns mii tlie $20 bills, 1 Miid so, anil
then by way of Indicating my fu
mlllarlty with the names of M. Hollau'a
titles 1 Inquired Innocently If aba were
uny relation to the chocolate.
"Ah, how; snob!' Hut you Americana
art ull so 'snub!' " exclaimed M. Helleu
Snob" g ore of our words the
("ranch hays seen tit graciously t
adopt, but they USS it aa an adjective.
"YSS, shs Is related to Ilia chocolate.
Slid she Is an unusual type of French
beauty. Kiench, American, Kfigllsh, 1
have seen beuutllul women among
them all, ' II, HsllSU added.
"The American woman is soldo I
than the French women She la less
feminine, she has less heart! Hut, re
member, she has 100 years of Purl tail'
lam behind her. She cannot help it.
Femininity that Is the greut Hecret
.M. Helleu concluded. "Secret of
beauty, secret of power. To femininity
one pardons everything. Yes, even fem
inism." And with these tidings of great Joy
for my sister suffrai-lsts I left M
Helleu to struggle once more am!d
the snowstorm the postman
KAY STRANDED IN SOUTH
la nilly Here Penniless, Too, and
Velahbora Will Help.
Ths mysterious dl I appearance three
weeks ago of John Julius Kgy of ,, v
got Shell road, Kiinhurst. Quotas Bor
ough, was solved to-day when Mis. Kay
received a ttltgMUl from the polio Of
Atlanta, Qa., staling thai har ft US band
Is there penniless. The telegram c.,n
veved tbf- further Information thai IvS
In anin fdrandid at Atlanta while maU
iiik his w'ay back from Jacksonville, Fi.i
ill reaped of money Mrs. Kay Is aa
badly off as her husband and she lie
three email children on her hands, the
eldest four years old. She Bhyg John
Juiius gets a wandering tit OOOaSlonall
and travels until hla resources are gx
h, i listed. Neighbors of the family grs
trying to raise a .und to bring John Ju
lius home in time for Thanksgiving din
M .KM Ct Hfcll I.N 111 I t) HO II .
The I'arl, Meilli 11 e I".. I'm.- street. Mt.
' Ixiuu. Mo.. Bssttfai turwi of lautlri Hfuaie
Uiiiinne ii4Ti new in I eoouarful qlseurvr)'.
abOVC'H SA-NaBI OUTiS. simh Hun goaraa.
i tee .i curs any vs of Kl'IM V i., Blail.1 of
i tins luug ttisiiiiiiu. in lo u, 80 day, and vnil i.
fiiml miinev it It fll i.ltnVKS SANAnl
f'I'i'm m ,,'. i.au lint ,l'ii not stain. If
It, Says Artist Helleu
It it IIMIBI II Ml IIIIA
NOW IN LUXURY
Pretty Louisa Was Left Free,1
in Outside Nursery
Five Years Ago.
Oroupa of children In their Sunday
Clothes stood blinking In wonder to-day
Ill-lore Supreme Court Justice Seabury,
while lawyers argued before the blaek-
riiim' jurist, seated on his high bench,
nrnciner lliey snouiu KO lioine won i.iei,
mammas or their papas, or lo homes
there are no
real mamma and
The little nnea were brought
Into COU1 : on writs, some carried by
Ihelr mothers or nurses and other:,
walking beside guirdtuns
The prettiest of the group w.w
"Lotllsa." Lollies has no other name
L'nllka other children "LoiliSh" has no
Papa nor mamma, that the SllstlSfttlOi
know of Tnsi 'p. no real father or
moth.. i had BVSf claimed hftr until u-
day. she is an axtraordwarlty bsautl.
fill i-liernb. six years old, nd now lives
happily With her foster parenta, Slgnor
Hal va tore LaCascIO, u wealthy young
enHneer, and his wife, ths daughter of
'otim Vlto Hslsmnnl of Paiarmo,
Secretary to the Italian Oovsmmsnt.
Louisa's I hecks are the color of rls
Charrlea Her eyes are 1st black ami
her Imlr. wltlob fell from bsQSSlth S
great nink iiood, is blond. Site i-arrie.l
a huge -loll, which was diesiwl In pink, I
tha color of Louisa's clothes Louisa
pktysd about tbs court room, ehoa-ln;; I
her tell 10 the less fortuuitn kiddles,
lid permltttttg them to fondle It for a
Then a strange stout little woman
came into court and sat near I,ou1sa's
foster parents. The woman waa (,'ar
ni. II i Munilli, who claims Louisa as
her child. Mrs. Manllll brou .lit Isiulsa
and her foster parents Into a court!
i ori . writ
I The child was adopted from the
ratholle Horn,- Hureau for Oependent
now York Nurstn and i.'iu'sioMd -
mi one i di morning in February, inn?,
wlicn nur.se lieani the tnfuiit scream
ing In u bundle outside the door, Then
I llsa ns 'I'Klv .ml .n tsnt to the
afiatrloordla Hospital where she
thrifts' B 'oe a li-i!- without a
nlstorYi ths Catholic hotnt maoaatr
toii Lawyi r Hamual H. HUlnwn, who
appeared for Big. LtCaaelo, in tlie flgtit
iic.ie girl's permanent us -
Tiie l.i .i. ni, adopted ths ehl'd
about tell months ago. They have RO
ohUdrtn and llvs ut No, 4011 Eas' Hlx
t ' -1 ii iti stteet. LoOtiOslo'i brotbtr,
Krans. is th proprietor of the Allan
tie Iron Works in lirooklyn. Justice
Seabury adjournal tilt eas until Ki 1
WorlttOI Olfl Hurt lav Auto.
Crtrtruds aohultSi SlStson years ol I,
of No. jiiii Kust Nlnaty-fourtb
a as knocked down iy an nt
or No ii west Twenty-third ttrott,
this SftSrnoon, etho was taken to Neh
Ifork llou;'lla.' In the niiicnlns, tbli')l
is ownsd bj Martin r Brssntai
1:1 "aid Park, New Jersey. Her legs
ure Injured and she N surTering froni
MAKES' A SCENE IN COURT
AS HUSBAND IS CONVICTED.
Mrs. Max Edelstein m Brooklyn
Beats Her lleaJ Aglinst
W hen a lory declared her husband a
pickpocket In Jiidn- Paw cett'S court In
Brooklyn, to-day, Mrs. Max Bdslstshl of
No. 2X1 South Fourth street, la-came,
hysterical. ( .rasping one of the column
of the courtroom she began to 1ie.it her I
bend violently ngnlnst It Attendants In-
terfered In time to save flSI from serious
other aneotatora in ths courtroom
I gasped In arnaaehlerjl at the evidence in-
It idnced uanlust IMelstciii He La mi IX.
P t cap designer employed by C A.
Hushell aV i'o. of No. .'IS BSfj H
i street, Manhattan, and Mr Hushell,
prSStdSftl of I IS company. WSJ the 111 st
c.f twenty Witnesses, made IIP of friends
Shd business associates, w ho testified
to rsdeletaln good charuclor.
Hut Policemen William C Conroy and
WllUsm Courtwrishl an InspsoMr
fransM told of th. nan cpulints of
n iMtssLnhln. on earn smaslna tha will.
lomaburg Hndge, which bi.l led lo their ncr ''"? 1 w, '"CK be love lhat baa
being del ailed there In plain clothes, departed. I hsve far too great reaped
The three sold they arrested MslStSlfl "d reverence for lovo snd fur the feel
inline. Hatch' following a c o uplalnt of lngs of others to do au di a thing, and
Miss Qrsca Todsr, a pas sugar on an
any morning cui m I rnr .Manh.ittin.
limy sad three puree! were round on
., . , , , i h.- wi. li,,l ll,r
r.icutein wiii'i ni wa se.inntd. "
I M , testified thai complaints had
I ceased since the ariest ' lidelslelii
COTTON MAGNATE DEAD.
PltOVtOBHOB, it. I . Nov. 2B. -n.ib-ert
Knight, said n bi tin- lajfgtgl lnd -
vidinii cotton manufnetursr In tbs
world, died in-r,- to-day of pnsumOtttia,
In nls eighty-sixth years. At tht atin
ni eight years Knight bsgafl t in earssf
as an oporntlve In the HsrrlSi It i .
mills at a salary of 7.1 can la .. Wees
He leave!, sole OWnerSltlP of twenty
two mills in Massachusetts and tthoda
lsiaml vIllaxeH lo h's hslrs. 'lis ml'..
' ite sWiSss iplndlss, 11.00D looms a.n!
have an output of 71,000 omi vards if
cotton oloHi annually,
A MAN WITH A GOOD
STOMACH IS THE MAN WHO
DOES NOT KNOW HE HAS ONE
Cooper's New Discovery Is the Best Insurance of a Normal Healthy Stomach.
'I lie st mm' ,'lilil llCllll llV
L, i i . I '
j HeVCf lllltl U stollllicll.
i( JHTSOII llO IS IHTIIlillly llCillt IIJ' Will MVfV experience liny SfnSt OI fllllics.s
1 after iiit als. (liz.im ss. nauaea, belching, si slight burning aenaation or indigestion. When
lht-re is anv diaturbanefl of this kinit it is a sure sitrnal that radical stomach trouble exists
and it U time to attend to the matter closely, for the danger of the disease in not meas
ured by the intensity of the distress.
Neglecl of the stomach and the digestive organs must lend to untold misery, antl
this neglect is responsible for a very large percentage of the ills of mankind. Much unnec
essary Buffering WOUld be avoided if persons would seek proper relief at the very first sign
, 0i iron r. instead of wit it mi;
Stomach trouble which has either been neglected or else aggravated by the use of
violent cathartics is apt to lead to liver trouble, kidney disease, asthma, nervous
prostration, chronic const ipation and headaches aud many other equally serious diseases.
Cooper's New Discovery tones up the stomach so that it is able to digest whatever
is put into it. Then it manufactures rich, healthy blood, which means a well man. This
cannot be effected in a day or a week -it takes a little time but its sure curative action
invariably brings permanent results.
While the cure is not immediate, relief comes very quickly, and with proper care
after the first few doses the
pated condition will lie considcrahly alleviated.
It also improves the general health immediately, as it vitalizes the stomach so that
ii call start performing its functions naturally. This helps all the other organs auto
matically, as disease germs only become active when the stomach refuses to work.
A I ALL DKUCUISTS.
GIVES HUSBAND TO
Mrs. Wentworth Gets Divorce
80 Author Can Wed
SHE LOVES THEM BOTH.
"Only Christian Thing to Do,"
She Says Will Be "Big
Sister" to Them.
HiTrvN. Nov. f .. ',, mnit. eelf-eac-rtflce
and alrrvoat Inconceivable devetlm
to lifelong Ideals Is the keynote of the
remarkable story which Mra Marlon
Craig Wentworth. the noted dramatic
reader, playwright and Socialist, told to
day of her reaaona for obtaining a di
vorce from her huahand, Dr. Prank In
H. Wentworth. author of "The Woman'e
Portion," In order that he might be free
(o marry the woman he loved.
When Mre. Wentworth dleoovered the
love SfSlSfe exlated between hr hoehand
and Miss Alice ('hnpman. whom Dr.
Wentworth haa now made hla wife,
she planned to aat her husband free. She
went to it. no, Nov., established a resi
dence of one year there and secured a
divorce laat .lone on the gniunda of de
sertion. On Nov. liar husband and
Miaa Chapman were married In Wash
ington. "In order tha: not the aherhtnet hint of
scandal or criticism should attach itself
to the nsme of the woman my huaband
has married," said Mra. Wentworth this
evening. "1 think It only fair that I
ahnuld make public tho exact actuation,
which has. up to this time, not boen
underatoud. even by our most Intimate
SHE LOVES NEW WIFE AS HUS
BAND LOVFS HER.
"1 hud known Miss Chapman for some
years, have always betu and still am
very, very fond of her. I love her for
the very quality whloh my husband aaw
aud admired In bar. When I discovered
-and I Old not need to be told, for I
have alwaya possessed a remarkable In-
tuition -that Ui Wuntwortn and Alius
loved one another I made up my mind
that the only fair, tbe July Christian,
thing for mo to do was to obtain a dl-
voice and set t:iem t. eo to marry eacu
"My husband and I dlsc.ii.aed the situ
. allon In all Its phases, und Alice her-
i self was present at many of our con-
tsfShOSS. She protested at flrat that the
only tiling for her to do waa to go away
frum ua both for aver, but that would
have been usi less Ull It would not have
eliminated thcilr love In the slightest
I "Alice Is Rentle. kind snd loving
I There is nothing whatever lo bo said
against her or the step she took In mar
I rylni my former husband
; .-, cliIlot Lvncaiv ot u 9mum ,,.
' ,n JT' a I"""""'' whP" h,,
W ov bOionga lo another or of
It means far too much to me to do the
thing which I feel to be Just and right
"Uolh Dr. Wentworth and Alio. ,.,
..... 7 .
tegard mo in the I ght of an elder .later
1 1. ,,.,,.. . " " r sister
I or guuraian ana. . i'eopte need not
be In Ibo least surpnsud If we are all
seen III public together. I have had
aevsral letlera from Alice s un- their
marriage, and I am glad, through and
through, that they have found happi
Monnted top Is Hart.
Artln Sergeant Jsmi.s F Murphy of
tits mounted eiuad was thrown from his
horSS 'Sadlly when Hie snlmsl allied st
an BtUomObUS at Hroalway and Two
lliindrvd and Twenty-fourth etreer early
to-day. Murphy, who Is thlrty-elx yeara
old and lives st No. MM I'oluitibus ave
nue, suffered from laiN.rstloris of the
face, r.ghl arm and Ixaly. He went
home for tn utmeiil.
lllilfl or WolllHIl is lit', or sill,
iinti the disease (Ml a firm
violent attacks of indigestion
BOY THIEF FAILURE
AS COWBOY; ACHING
BONES f HIM
William Paid Fifty Stolen
Dollars to Learn to "Bust"
Broncos in Jersey City.
THEN HE CAME HOME.
Theft of 14o Didn't Get Him
Far Into "Wild West," nut
It Caused His Arrest.
If William Jaeger had eaten hla din
ner 1n the conventional manner laat
night, It la probable William would still
be breathing the air of freedom to-day.
But William, who Is seventeen years
old. scorned a chair and atnod up bv
the sideboard In the dining room of hla
mother's apartment at No 171 Kaet One
Hundred ami Seventh atreet aa he par-
look of the evening repast
Home of the neighbors aaw William
eating, and recalling he had been ab
sent from Ills old haunts for several
weeks, wondered whether there was
any connection between his absence and
t lie) manner of hla dining, and spnko
one to another about It. That waa Juat
the trouble. They talked too much and
too loudly, becauae letectlvra Thomp
son and llnwklns of the West One Hun
dred and Twenty-fifth atreet atatlon
overheard some of the gossip and want
over lo see for themselves.
Reault William waa arreatad. He
Stood up all during hla hearing before
MaCSMrMS O'Connor In Hie Harlem Po
llen i '.mii title morning And It waa a
sad story the Magistrate heard.
I'p until Nov. 4 William eras the office
boy of the lirett Lithograph Company
jf No. Sft West (inn Hundred and
rwenly-nlnth atreet. There he was
inly a fair office boy, given much lo
alttlng on a henuli and Imbibing great
quantities of lurid literature1 anent the
daring deeds of fearleea horsemen on
the isiundless plains of the Far Weet.
On the fatal Nov. t. however, William
was given four checks for a total of
III" v which tlie Hrett Company had
received from customers, snd was In
structed to ko lo a Harlem bank and
have them cashed, (tight then, William
, eased lo he all office boy.
it waa mure money than William
had ever possessed before, and he arm
ply couldn't reslal the lure of tho great
West He started Immediately. Hut
William decided to he careful. He had
read all sboul the unhappy times exper
ienced by the tendrfoot. and he didn't
Intend to start hla career as a plalns
SM under any moh handicaps. So he
made JorSSy City hla flrat atop.
In Jersey (Ity lie found a stock yard,
SO Iff 111 nut the wildest and wonlteat In
dividual around the place and demanded
lo In. taught how In make a bucking
broncho become a quiet saddle horae flt
for a woman to ride.
"How much will you pay to learn how
lo rids?" William says the man be
picked aa an ISStrtMtOf asked
William allowed hla lie" roll.
Tbe "professor" thought that would
be enough, but William was not so eeey.
They finally compromised on G0 and
William's lesson began.
The rest William doesn't Hke to dls-
euaa. lie haa a number of bad bruleca
on hla body, a black eye, a wrenched
ankle and severs) other minor Injuries,
to aay nothing of a tenderness In a por
tion isf his anatomy which makea ever)
chair aeem an Instrument of torture.
Hut he saya lie learned how Ui'rlde. As
for hla money, the balance of It went
for "literature" ami equipment for his
Western campaign, and then he waa
forct d to come home to eat.
William penitently pleaded guilty to a
charge of grand larreny. and Magla
H it.- O'Cutinell held him for trial.
rnoiilra ouri Clark Dead.
ohn I'hMirps Un ison, for twenty yaara
Clerk of the Supreme rourt al lirooklyn.
died to-day at hla realdence. No. 139;
psan street. Hronklyn, after an Illness
uf less t hati a week
who tnn trillv ItnilHt tlmt ill,..-
hold on the system.
will disappear and the consti
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