$3,500,000 WAS PAID TO CONVICT
HYDE CASE GOES TO
Wl: I'll .Ir lo-il-hl mid
'Mg iHT I
J EDITION, I
PRICE ONE CENT.
mm in furious fight
DEFEAT BIG ARMY OF TURKS;
WIS ALSO VICTORIOUS
Ottoman Reserves Lay Down
Arms Near Demotica Al
banian Town Captured.
CUT ADR1ANOPLE ARMY.
Sultan Has Lost 20,000 Men
and Allies Press on Servia
Arming Against Austria.
SOFIA, Btt!lrla, Nov. 29 Two en
tire divisions or TurUlAh reserves sur
rendered to-day to the Bulgarian
troopn near the village of VtrtUMItlli
between the port of Uedenghaieh and
Demutira, aceoTding to an unnouticc
metit ma.le by the official new
A flirt P.sht between the Turks
tgrl Bulftirlana preceded the capitu
lation of the two divisions or I urk
Ish reserve. The TurkUh force
was commanded by Yader Paths.
SWO BTtirrgls 2., Turkish nfl'Iorrs
8,S7f men surrendered,
iftie loot captured by the Bul
garlanH Included eight mountain
guns, two machine guns, 1,000 horses
and large yuanUttei of munitions.
The Turkllh prisoners have been
sent to Demotica.
The lines of Investment Jrwn by
th Bulgarian troops arountl the be
leaguered Turkish stronghold of
Adrlannrlr are being tightened day hy
dajr. The attackers' trenehea huve
new pprourhed within 1,100 yards of
Ike City Itself and the foreign Consuls
hew hoisted flags over their offlcM so
aw to prevent the Bulgarians tiring
shells in their direction.
According to one report from Adrla
aople the original Turkish garrison
has been reduced by losses daring the
desperate sorties and by deaths from
disease to less than half the strength
M th beginning of the siege This
ins that the garrison nas ueen re
duced from 10,000 to "0,000 men.
SERVIANS CAPTURE TOWN OF
DIBKA IN ALBANIA.
BELQRA 1 K. Servia, Nov. '.'D.--The
Hi Albania only after a desperate
.....l. .1... rP..lrluU .. I ..
raUled there after their retreat
Monaertlr and had been Joined by
With the captor of Slbra the whole
Macedonia has docs euoauea.
Two of the Turkish regiments which
Hum i )"" Hia, in in, -jci , lulls.
VIENNA, Nov. S.-The assertion that
oai i lit til ; i ,ii .i. .i m.i iin, near c
have been occupied already hy Servian
troops of the Oanube Division. The
Servian recruits belonging to the con
tingents due. t i bf railed up la 119 and
In HI have been called out by the
Servian War Office, end Christian pris
oners amnnr the Turkish troops cap
tured are being ladu d lo serve la th
The weapons captuied from the Turks
are bi a I BUrrlsdl) irpj. a I In the great
Servian arsenal st KraguysvatS, where
alio amm inltlon Is being manufactured
in Isrge n'Jtntllle.
Cellle and eerea - art being reei'ilsi-
Soli i.i , v. . i , t ill in. i, iii
,'rlan.i t i. . n 111 I (VI nn 111 re
being ran lly rsla i lo ISO.aOU
BEKi.m i. tUfnuin Mln-
"I can give th posltlvs anranoe
lass) eeenr thing ncccjaty for th even
tuality of war hau ben don."
He made Hilt statement u answering
It) Inquiry a to whether the ill new
hi, iiin cmim i h provided for in
of 1912 could be organised with-
i . . m .AWa? sJtls' ut. IStsaev Adit!
Conrrlsht. IOI2. hr
to. lib, ,
HIM 39,000 MILES AND
HE'S NOT THROUGH YET
3ut Mr. Jordan, Who Toured
World by Devious Paths, Is
Homeward Bound Now.
A thlrty-'lne-thou.ind-m1le-Jg was
br eight lo thee fair shores, tn fl X .
aboard the tramip s' earner St. QllSfstlH.
Ca weeks ou; of Buenos Ayres. The
iuthor and propr BtOr of ihls distance
champion of a lag 1s Joseph 11. Jordan.
f Hants Barbara. OaL He wa only
igMdly rntiiunrastac over hie, poseeeslon,
for the rison tlist he had been eoin-
pelted t" tuck It away and button It up
'in his ii" !,oik. when he sailed from the
"l y of Beautiful Airs In charge of
I" Aiken. skipper of the St. Quentln.
Tlinre wa ea hang-over attachment
to youni Mr. Jordan's globe-glrdllng
rouse, which carried him through the
early tedium of the voyase. With this
V'onc, a low state of depression settled
upon the ;:iv and festive, young mm
and he got very peevish riding the wa
ter wagon Shipper Allen hullt for him
and kept him attained to, while the ship
rolled and lurched over the bounding
billow. Skipper Aiken, however, wa
merely obeying the behest of young
Jordan's relatives, ivho had located him
In Buenos Ayres and provided for bit
The Jordan Jag set out from Snn
Francisco two years ago. It made It
rtrgt ton in Japan, when It owner
aWOtte and wondered Where he was. He
had lmllar awakening In Slnajrpore,
Bombay. Calcutta. Port Said, Cairo,
Liverpool and divers snd sundry other
It waa a thirty-eeven-thoueand-mlle-:
Jag that he fetched lnno Valparaiso,
where he spent a few months getting
In touch wi.h his millionaire father
When father sent along a husky check
and a hurry call to come home, Jordan
crosoed the Andes to Bueno Ayros.
In the course of this little Juent he
ran his lag up to th rty-ntne-thousund
nuies until he boarded th San Quen
tln. In Brooklyn, friends put the world
wanderer aboard a woat-bouad train
TRIES TO PROVE CHILD HERS,
SHOWS "SAMPLE" DAUGHTER.
Mrs. Manila Points to Resemblance
Between Little Girls as Basis
To help prove through resemblance
that the child she Is trying to rega'n
through a Judicial order Is her own.
Mrs. Aranalla Manila went before Su
preme court Justice Seabury this after
noon with another daughter Th child
that play th Important part In the
proceedings Is "Louisa," six years old,
who has been making her home with
Mr. ami Mrs flalvator Lacascla of
No. 0u But Sixty-third street tor a
year. They got "Louisa" from a
Catholic nursery. Argument on a writ
of habeas corns was heard.
With Mrs. Manila was her eight-year-old
daughter Jennie, sister of
"Louisa." The two children remained
apart during the long wait bfom the
ease g'es calls tech umlngiy con
tent with a lara doll, "bouiaa"
amused lierself b' oomblBg the doll's
flggcn ii ii, and not one ll,l he look
lut the i.ini. iii won elating her as hei
, own child. The mother mad- no at
tempt t i apeak to the younger girl.
Mrs. Manila said that she nnd many
children and put "Louisa" In a nursey
when she was two years old. Seven
months ago, she says, her baby was
I uivrtn to the Lacasclas, who have
grown to love her a If she were their
own Lacascla 1 a mechanical engi
neer and half-owner of the Atlantic
Iron Work. Lorimer street, Brooklyn.
The foster-parents say that Mrs. Ma
nila la not the mother at th girl,
whom ifety call "QtsrlaUaa."
" Circulation Books Open to All."
The Press iihllshlaa
"His Alibi Is Full of Holes,"
Moss Tells Jurors in Clos
HOT ATTACK ON ROBIN.
Counsel for Ex-City Cham
berlain Declares the State's
Star Witness Is Insane.
A verdict In the case of Charles H.
Hyde, former City Chamberlain, tried
on a charge of bribery In connection
with the allegation that h forced
Joseph J. rtobln, head of the Northern
Bank, to loan IISO.iiOO to the crumbling
Carnegie Trust Company when that In
stitution's capital had been tmpitred.
may be rearhed before midnight.
M ix P. Steuer, aeeiriated In the de
fense with John B. Stanchfleld,
summed up for Hyde this morning, and
Assletsnt District-Attorney Frank Mom
made the final argument for the State,
closing late this afternoon.
It was believed Justice Ooff wouW at
once deliver his charge and that the
case would go lo the Jury by 8 o'clock.
Mr. Moss In his closing argument at
tacked the testimony on "Robin's sanity
introduced by the defense. He insisted
that Itobln was sane, that his story
was Hue, and that Hyde waa guilty of
accepting a hiilie which wit given to
him In the nature of a loan. He at
tempted to rip the alibi set up by Hyde,
declaring it was full of holes.
Mr. Steuer. In summing up, assailed
Robin for his schemes of high finance.
He declared the defense had shown
that Itobin was suffering from euch
mental delusions as to make Ills story
unw'orthy of belief.
SAVS ROBIN MADE THE LOAN TO
He jiolntetl out that Robin wa deeply
Involved In the affair of the Carnegie
Trust Company, and that the failure of
tho Carnegie Trust would have resulted
In the failure of the Northern Bank.
This, Mr. Steuer contended, was the Im
pelling motive for the 1130,000 loan by
the Northern Bank to the Carnegie
Trust, and not ny threat or promise
from Hyde, which threat and promise,
the State alleges, constitute the bribery
charge against the former City Cham
berlain. Mr. Steuer said Hyde was tried for
no transaction other than the $13fl,000
loan, "and," he continued, "there has
been not one whit of evidence here that
I single unlawful dollar era seed the
palm of Hyde."
CARNEGIE HAD CONFIDENCE IN
He went over the relation between
Cummin and Hyde, declaring fhar was
nothing of a questionable nstw In
them. He said Cutnmlns stood so well
In U10 that he was able to borrow 12,
000,000 from Andrew Carnegie.
"No wonder," added Steuer, Oom
mln could get city deposit from Mr
Hyde for the Carnegie Trust Company. "
Steuer then entered into a eltrlollo at
tack upon Robin.
"Robin," he aald. "wrot a latter to
Mr. Hyde commending Cummin. Now
there la no honest man in th world, ac
cording to Robin. Robin has attacked
th honesty of J. Piarpont Morgan and
August Belmont. He attacked Clark
Williams former Stat Superintendent
of Banking, at whoae horn Hyde met
Cummins H has attacked former District-Attorney
Jerome, awaarlng Mr.
Jerome had told him to feign Insanity
He ha attacked the bonor of Mr. Jus
tice Seabury. dsclsrlng that honorabl
jurlt detlled hi robes of offlc by a--ceptlng
a plea of guilty tvtn after
Itobln had told him he was not guilty
There has been no man too high or
honorable for Itobln to assail."
Mr. sieur then took up tho question
of Hyde s alibi and reviewed at contld
(table length the tesilrnon offered by
the defense to show that Hyde was .it
hi home In Roslyn, L. I , at the time
Robin woie he wa forced, in Hyde
Wall street office, to loan i30,tX) to the
ASKS JURV IF HVDE'S WIFE AND
"Hyde's wife and fourteen-year-old
son came here, and swor he was at
home that fateful night Do you tlilnli
l,e would bring his wife and eon hern
to lie for him' If he did. be la viler
(CosTttauad on fourth PagaJ
GET COAL DEALER'S
Unknown Who Wants Price
Reduced Adopts Unique
Campaign in Brooklyn.
NOTES SENT TO WIVES.
Dealer's Name Signed to Them
and Trouble Starts at
Once for Him.
A orank with a determination to re
duce the price of coal for Cie winter
months Is being sought to-day hy pos
tal Inspectors and Central Office de
tectives at the suggestion of tit
Brooklyn Coal lCxchange, members of
which have received threatening let
ters outlining a scheme that already has
proved Its practl.-ablllty.
One ooal dealer, ns a reeult of the
crank's machination, ha been in
volved In a legal embrogilo with rite
husband of a ajromlnsnt Columbia
Height eooUty sjgman who received
an insulting letter purporting to com
from the dealer, and other are tn fear
of attack by Irate hiihanda too
wrought up to wait, for explanation.
The scheme look uape with th re
ceipt of a circular letter on olectlim day
by dgtl't coal men. The letter was o
Incoherent and the threatened aftermath
apparently o unlikely that no atten
tion was paid to it at Mist.
"To the Plunders of the Public, alls
Unortklyn Cowl Dealers," was the crank
salutation. He wrote on:
"A you are perpetrating a high
handed monopoly on the public by !n
ciesslng the price of coal whn there
I ito Juet reason except to line your
pookets at the public's expense, SShloh,
In view of the tncreavi, 1 especially
hard on th poor, who are least able M
stsnd th burden, a scheme ha beer
evolved by which revenue will b vis
ited on Hie coal dealer of Brooklyn,
that la If the price of coal Is not low
ered within ten lays and kept at a uni
form girtce after the re elpt of this 110
t'c by them, th following scheme will
be put Into operation, the results of
which will result In disgrace, th suln
Hon of thoir social reputation, inloM
: r.ni ill e. Ac. Here It li
SCANDALOUS LETTER TO STIR
UP THE DEALERS.
"The adeliessea of all coal dealer in
Brooklyn, their tiouee member. .
have been obtained and reword of tin
different Individuals connected with the
coal offloes. A letter Is to be written
to some married woman of prominence
In Brooklyn (any nam from Mia direc
tory or telephone book will do). Ttie
letter la to be of a oompronxtslng na
ture arid suggesting the extreme and
signed wtth ttte nam of a prominent
ooal dewier. Naturally any woman will
resent suoh an Insult to hr dhatractetr
and will sthow th letter to hr husband,
and sf lis Is any kind of a man be will
likely proceed to Hie ooal offloe and
give the ooal dealer the beating of Mi
life, batook his head off or put a pullet
In Mm em some dank naaTht, Ac.
"If you don't brlirv thl scheme I
to be put In operation. Just disregard
this no tic. No othar notice 1 to be
sent you or Is neoeisary. Another
matter for you to swallow 1 thl. the
author Is fully alive to the situation
with regard to lncitmlnatlng circum
stance, and there 1 no danger of ap
prehension whatsoever At least on
dosn latter will be ent out in the
(Continued on Second Page.)
Be Your Own Boss
The man who works tor i saury
gets but a friction ol tlii profit! he
If you own your own shop, ore
or market you keen every cenl of
profit that your enterprise produces.
C QPi WORLD "BL'SINF-SS OP
D,OOU PORTUNITY" ADVEF-
riSli.MENTS LAST MONTH
I 1(A MOM THAN A I.I. TH K KIX
1,091 OTHER NKW rORK MORN
INO AND hi Mi a v KaWgPAFHJU
FOR PRESENT BUSINESS BARGAINS
SEE WORLD ADS. TO-DAY.
AND HUBBY'S GOA
THE JURY TO-NIGHT
Pardoned Convict Who Begins
His Fight for Vindication To-Day
Photographed in th Office
H1CKEY MAKES CONFESSION,
Killed Children While Drunk and Wrote Post
als When Penitent, Says Chemist Who Was
Arrested in New Jersey Inebriates' Home.
(Special to the Evening World.)
BUFFALO, N. Y., Nov. 29. J. Frank Hlckey. the alcohollo degener
ate who was arrested last week In New Jersey, slguod a confession to-day
that be murdered seven-year-old Joseph Josephs 1" Leekavwanna, a suburh
of this city on Oct. 12, 1911, and that he murdered Michael Kruck, a New
York newsboy in Central Park on the night of Dec. 10, 1902. The confes
sion goes Into the details of each crime. It was secured by Chief of Police
Ray Otlson of Lackawanna and District-Attorney Wesley Dudley of this
city, while they were bringing Hlckey to Buffalo from New York on the
Empire State eipress laet Wednesday.
Th ftrt eonfslon. mde on th
tram, wa taken down roughly by Mr.
Dudley. After Hlokey had bn locked
up her he wa qutloned at length.
HI complete confession wo flnlhed
Htckcy ays h wo led to kill the
two boy while drunk, by n uncontroll
able Influence. Itemor drove him to
write potcard to th authorities of
Erl County telling where th body of
th Josephs boy could be found and It
wa through these poiteard that he
wa run down and arrested at an In
ebrlat home at Whiting, N J., on
HICKEY ARRESTED BEFORE FOR
THE KRUCK MURDER.
It I a pe tuliar colni idsns that Hlck
ey was lander arrest here in January,
iHfL under so
elen of having kiiiei
ttis Kruck poy in KSW York Hi. -key
had been picked up by a SOll Cam Sg on
a charge of Intoxication.
In a drunk, in SOUlPQ,uy In hi cell he
mentioned killing or the Km. k boy,
which was then a mystery engaging the
attention of the polios of tn whole,
ountry His statement was discern.
ne tel. hut the fact tSatl be had r, ferrel
, the i'te- was miih.iI. i eii l.v the i'. if
falo poll' lufflciSltl warrant to (end
tn New York f,r a deteotlve.
The detectlv rea Ijmi In re th next
morniM, By that time Hlckey hai
sobered up H refmed to talk to th
ew i ors oeieouve ur auyuuuy e,se.
Inaamunh a the only cvldno agalnat
him was la toe nature ef aa UMnherant
DIM, SAYS PATRICK
Circulation Books Open to
of His Lawyer To-day.
HE SLEW BOYS,
statement mad by Mm.slf, It wo not
poaslbl to hold him and th New York
detective went bank home.
However, a police watch wa kept over
Hlokey for some time. Outside of estab
lishing that the -nan was a dipsomaniac
the espionage reVesJsd nothing nnd af:r
a time Hlckey was allowed to go hi
PRISONER DIVORCED FROM
WIFE YEARS AGO.
Hlckey Is a man about forty-flv
year of age. well educated and skilled
In engineer. ng and oonoiete work. He
is from Iyiwrll, Maes , and has a aon
twenty -on year old. His wife divors
e.l him years ago ml he has I sen
Sf ndStSf about the Baal for years.
When sober he was QUlSt eriergeetc
an I Is 'v eb.d.ng Wtnn ilrnk Im w.i
.another personality, noisy, quarrelsome
i pi-mui. un s-.i-mi easlons b
ruu seen arrested iur gttaoking small
boys, tho last tlin in Lawrsa , MasSM
less than four tnnntri ago.
HfSStsy wo In New York In Decem
ber, IM, He MggtMlersd th Kruck
hoy, who aS gleVSJI yeuirs old. In CeA
tral Park West, an,l entl I him Into
Centra! I'ark. The next morning III
body of th boy wa found In u . i
vatlon )n the park. An gulopsy shOfsd
tluil he l ad in en abused end etintigled
The iiiurilHrer left no clue behind. It
Is known now the Hick) Rsd from
New Yoik to this city and went on a
I ,jr,,i,)iiged debauch,
Id tlie oure f
whlc.ii h mad th remark which
(Continued en Fourth Hag)
w ' i riiKR
RICE MILLIONS USED,
IS PATRICK'S CHARGE
Pardoned Lawyer Makes Amazing
Statement of Conspiracy to Rail
road Him for Murder of His
Aged Client by Poison.
INSISTS REJECTED VILL
IS GENUINE DOCUMENT
Forgery Indictment Unsustained and
Dismissed Tells of Offer to Com
promise Which He Spurned.
"Here is Mr. Patrick, and you gentlemen an talk with him and with
me, and we will try and answer your questions," said former Judge Will
iam N. K. Olcott, as twenty or more reporters crowded into his office at
No. l7o Broadway this afternoon. The pardoned former lawyer sat
across from Mr. Oicott and as questions were hurled at him he answered
them readily, although never in haste.
"As to our future plans," said Mr. Olcott, concluding the introdtiction,
"we are not ready to say just what we are going to do. The matter is
one for long consultation. It is not our purpose to cloak our plans, but
it is too early to expect after this, our first consultation, to make any
definite statement in regard to the last will made by the late William
At ihis moment Judge Olcott's telephone bell rang and a clerk in
formed him that Mrs. Patrick wished to speak to him. After a moment's
conversation the lawyer said to Patrick: "Mr. Maher wants to know what
you wish him to do?"
COL. ROOSEVELT WILL
APPEAR AS WITNESS IN
Committee Will Ask Him
How the Department
Should Be Conducted.
Col Theodore Roovelt has beo in
vited and haa agreed to attend as a wit
ness, in th near future, one of th
ineetlnge of the Aldeirmaulc graft Investi
gation committee, romtldeunbl that 1
not explained, either by Oat KoomvmU
or Bniory R. Buckner, counsel for th
coniml'tee, lieu be-lund th securing of
the recent presndenual ixuid.ilate p
pSSrSmTt a star in She AJdermaalc
It I understood that a visit which
Buckner paid to the Colwtel at th Out
look urllce. to-tav, resulted from the re
ce.pt of a totnt complaint aa to certain
matters ef police mal-admln'.str.itlon.
Khl h k.is fern-arded hy ol. Itoosevalt
and his cousin, Ossrgsi Wassevsli Jut
what the nature of th complaint I
none of the interested p.'.iw'pals will
rev , il
But Mr Hu knag sent over the whole
Kmun I Mtreredj In the .p'.n.it with
il,,. I'lilnnel at lis ufflce. tn-iliiv. ind se
cured his pniilse to appear .r a willing
Altnes. win n e io ,ld be W l lied It
1 nid the c',:iimlltee BW til em iraog the
opportunity af foi BnntsTiH'i preesmes
to .Iraiv fr ni him Om sage Iris as
to how a PoHcs Depart msnt in the ''ity
of New York oug.it to be run.
12 Men's O'ooatt & Suitt,5.95
Till "ua" Clothing Corner, B ...i
way. cur. Barclay St.. op p. yVooi worth
Hulldlng ' hll test In the world I. will sail
to-day and Haturdav 5,iU0 Men's Winter
Halts and OVSfOOatS, tine black tnibet,
fancy grays, bruwns and dark mixed
worsteds, all sl.'cs. single or double
brsaatel. worth II? in any other store;
elr special price to-day an 1 Saturday,
Jb. Opso Saturday night till 10 Advt,
PRICE ONE CENT.
"Tell him to await me where he la.
m I u, remain with Mrs. Patrick" said
I'atrluk. Turning to th newspaper man.
h added. "Now, what can t say te
"Dou you car to make any statsraent
with regard to th failure or Magistrate
"use to have been released from big
obligations a your counsel to testify
concerning your alleged confess. on te
himT" wo asked.
WILL TRY TO PROVE REJECTED
"My brother-in-law, Mr. Mllllksn of
St Louts, ha answered that matter
fullv I think he ha covered It cocn
pltly. Beside,, J no ned for a
paclal explanation at thl time."
On of th reporter asked: When do
you begin your tight for the RJcs gsg
"1 never hav made any claim to the
Rio million." rplled Patrick. "I was
merely the xcutor of a trust I never
aid I wa entitled to or expected eo
hor tn the Rico millions, reports te
thst end are simply a part of tho con
spiracy agaln't ma I waa Mr. ftloa's
agent, hi trustee of a trust whloh wee
to rssmble the flag foundation, and
before anything would luav been don
there would have been a ourporatiOSI
formed to hand! the Klc eatal. Thae
things were all provided for In th laet
will and testament of Mr. Rio, wsssk
was a true and lawful will, as will be
shown in du course of time."
"Where la this will?" wa asked.
"It i now on file In th .inreogatsw
"Vuit of New York County," waa the
rsply, "It a a rejected by th Surro
gate at the time the ciiarg were
brought against ni.'
'Wat It not cl argivl that this wll
was. i foi iery, an i were not tnsUot.
mi nil brought a lalnat you and others
In thit connection?"
FORGERY NOT SUSTAINED, HI
"gUCh a charge waa made, but It waa
rrver sustained," he aul. "Uvea tfeJ
i i- i ite ii i . . immary hearing,
ifier listening to lbs testimony pre
sented by Assistant I '1st l 1 it 1 1 Hssjsgsj
, s W. Osborne. , vlalmed. 'Where Ig
your evidence'.' Shortly afterward the
person s ooacsrned In th conaggraoy
igalnst me trumped up the tsstsssi
barge, an I In the bu and cry raised
igulnst me In the newspapers I Waa
held for forgery, although no more evU
dene wa offertd in th praUinlnary s
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