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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1018.
t ern point nr inn in th angina
rushing Com tk IWH
The man who haa art n many fires l
r.iifusrly quiet looking creature. KM
fcr la long. It la clan shaven nor- j
fnally. He ahnwerl a wprk' growth of,
li , id ycMenliiy. III hair II bUrk and
nil rloibi Krrt iinlldv. On rharae er
l' .IL'.lngiileheB Mm. That li hi leM
.eye. His rlht ay appear to be nor
mal. Hla left I presslonlss.
CAREFUL IN A GENERAL WAV
OP HUMAN LIVES.
As ha r. veal thi- methods pra'tlaed
by kirk and hla ssriatrs thar wh(r
three, nun who wara Implicated In every
flra. The first la the hrokcr or agent. )l
la tha man who find tha paraon who
looks aa though k would Ilka to maka
rome "aaay moary ." Tha agent tella him
how monay ran ba picked up without
danger. If lha snhjact aa ma willing tha
whole plot la rwnealed.
Tha "hug" la Introduced to tha subject
and Immediately assumes oontrol of Ilia
kouaa. lie ,ccatiriBlly' movaa Into tha
nm building aa that ha may ba a-'.thln
aaay wgaaaa of tha place whara ha la to
do hla work. Whan a day aoama propi
tioua. tha family of tha aub)ct ta ad
viae 1 to lav home
Aa ktld by !. tha flratiug la care
ful af human Ufa ao far aa a man in
hla prof. . a!. n ran ba Igiy declared
that tha favorite pla-e for the flrtig
to work waa tha rlolhaa closet. A pile
of rasa In tha mrnar, a little hanitlna
poured on. li-e acratch of a match and
there la nothing left to do but wait for
tha fire engine.
Bt doean't mk much difference
about tha amount of tha damage. Tha
Truer" adjuster ppara and look
after the proof of loaa Frequently) the
family move away to another apart
meant knit ntifB In aa kill fn I.. .IUae.1
valna of thrtr furniture. If the Inaur-' coming down Thl much wa auriM-rt
ajioa compai.y object tc paying, tha ! to-day from an Inlsrvlnw with Vice
SftPtV VpTtwJt" ""t I President Frank II. Balhell of the
Although th aona of tha Incendliry New York Telephone Company. Tha
TSmSSSl SEtr-Skl? aM, - will r,r.. from .0 to N per
Hundred and 8 ith atraeU and tha K.it oni of the present toll ra.tr. to the.
Rlr. Issy aald yesterday lhit ha nnd aflv-lrl renins, and the total train
su aawooaies nan iriui'n'iy opermeu
outside of thaae Unaa. Whan a man
had ao many Area aa to make tha In
surance rompanl uaplrloua ha would
move to the Ilronx or to Hrooklyn and
change hla name. Than ba would get
another policy on hi furniture and call
In tk "bug ' for further operation.
Operation In )atlon ontalde the "In
cendiary Bone" have hren more twiner-
as at Aral batlovod.
(no frag Jlnasla, vhr I oonld at Uaat
aupport myeelf Mid had a name, to lh1o
r.-unlry, where nobodl ever heard of
nie and thorn In no oknnoa? Tou ankad
n to can (o help, and I am no morn
able to help you than you are to help
yourself. You brought m her. Do
something for ma."
DETECTIVE Trill TO PUT HIM
OUT OF HOTEL,
ttfy BOB. my aon." pleaded th old
man. "bring ma gen money. ltrt of
all In t hla country on muat hava a few
dollar. Aftnr that on rati maka h
atari. Hrlng ma money and than par
hapa 1 ran And a way for your Blurt
On out and work, rush a i art Drive
a horn. Forget art for a taw daya
nnd give m a little money."'
Theodore want out Into the atrial
If met a violin player he had known
In tit. Peteraburg. Tfcay talked to.
nether and made a plan. Lal night
Thaodore Kit lay want to the Hotel
Plaaa, whara hla friend, the violin
player, worked. He eat In the lobby,
a ahabby. mournful figure. The hotel
detect I v triad to put Mm out.
"I want a ehanc to elng. " ahouted
young Klttay. "1 have a great voice.
Nobody will give me a ihauoe to elng.
Th Hchagt prmggi In iha world ara In
thin hotel I wlah to give tham a rtiani'a
to halp me make my nam known. Iet
The datecttv waa hruahed ailde by n
number of men nnd women who thought
it would be a good )oko to try Um younx
man out- Ha waa) taken to the noiU'
roorr and th firat goldn notoa thai
rang out through the corridor allrnrd
all other sound. Proudly Indlffrrt-nti
Theodora Klttay walked out. For tha
moment artlaUo pride had made him for
get hla need for aupport. They bnd
lauched. II had ahoan what ho rould
do. II would go
REPORTER ADVISES HIM TO
INO ON FIFTH AVENUE.
A newspaper reporler ok hi regular
roudna had n tha Imldent He l
lowod Theodora and advleed him to kapp
on lnnlBC. right down Kitth avrmo-
There wnr many niualc lover on the
treet and rich folk. There wan no tell
Jng what mlrht happen.
Mr. Bdwaisl llreitung pea ad the two
near the HoU-l St. Reg'.a In har autoniu-
blla. Hli recoenmed the reporter nnil
nmated at the alnglng rompanlon and
the MhtgrlBt crowd etOiped the rur.
The repot tar explained.
"Drlng hi in t my apartment at Ilia
81. lU.rta." FUi 1 (Mt 11. ' i to: "I
want to hear him."
At th l. ', I M is the pUnP-t of
the hotel krehMtfA, waa gummom-1 to
Mr BtnitUM'l parlor and tlie.ra won a
.on. , i t Bit. Bdnd by all the friend of
the huBtnta who Were tollt the hotel
I i hi o i'mnrlrtor llaun.
'I . : i .iiiUf.1 The.xlure a hearlnk !
for j a tin iieiing of leudlng erll a und
Sagar and Mr. Ilahn gave hltn
Theodore Klttay went bivck to Avetiu
II. wo.!(a up hla father and threw tha
. pB on tha coverU't uf hla d and
Htr.Mi to hi own room trlumplm'it. A
(anj hotiik later, at t o'clock, a laxitiiii
alop.'tU Ik 'ore toe door, iwo men came
and woke to. huueetwld nud iiereuaded
Th. jJ 'pi. id kj away w.th them. Hut
late th! nftartlnon thay git word that
ho wat. wife ami would coen home, r-o
nearly aa thry rould understatnl the
iren iney av p,-. t. .1 of kidnapping their
ron were tepurtrra anxhi i to get hla
atur;.' and t e.itm : him with the utmoat
. -i. : : ration.
TAFT STARTS ON TRIP.
Frralela-at U UI Ksm Klae Mnauurle
In Two Uar.
WAKlil.WiTo.N. Jan. 17.-Preldnt
Tsft lrt t 3 P. M to-day over
Pen .ilvanja KallroaJ on a trip which
will tkk hlwn to five hniiquets In Iws
day. Include a visit tdTNw York nnd
Maw Haven, and lilng lni back to the
While Hub Tueeday 1 in-Jining. HI
FAME IN HIS GRASP
VANISHES IN AUTO
TO CUT TELEPHONE
BY FROM 1 0 TO 50 PER CENT.
Head Tells livening World
TO Af-RiCT WlUli ZONE
Toll Rates to New Jersey,
Long Island and Westchester j
County Will Be Lowered.
MwflMM In Uio tho motro
poll inn district of Nw York an
to til PWRM will iippmtlmat .-
IHXl ii your.
The nnnouneamcnl OMM out 1n the
eourf of a Keneritl Interview for Tho
Hiinlni World upon the trleph.me sit
uation, aought In rtmnartlon with ttie
hill reeently Introdueed In the liag.al.i
tur by Aeniblyman lairrlmer, whleh
provide for unlveraal five-rent tale
phone rata In the greater city.
"Telephone rat-maklng la moat com
plex." aald Mr. Hethall "The Pwhthl
Sarvtr .'omnuloii of the Hacond Ir.a
trlct ha atiparvialon over our rutaa and
I our mrvlee It ha fixed ralea and M
nunc rate ronxtanlly In all parla of
I the eXate. Thaae chance have pra.nl
.loally all hn downward, and even at
7 the present Um a cut In toll rtra has
' 1.-... a.ujl HtMMl whicli T.i1o.'..a OOP
rnmnnny'a annual ravemie by approxi
mately ajrn.noo. ThU last out will go
Into affect within thn year, and affeuta
mta In and around New York City.
WILL CUT THE TOLL RATE TO
Thaae reductions win affsot th toll
rate to the Important town and r(flei
In New Jeraey nnd point on laniK
laland and In Wontnbenter County. Th
reduction vary from 10 to ui per rent.
"The Public Servio CommtMloti of
Marylaml has full authority over tola
phono ralea In that Stat. Notwith
standing this ,lti Legislature, kiat win
ter. paaed lawa fixing rate In certain
looslltlra. The Oovemor aaW lit In
veto the bill on tho ground that It
would have tied the hand of th com
mission. It might em that aurh leg
islation would hava th nam affect here.
"Thar nr twu prima facta to be OOk
Idered by telephone managera In Axing
ratea, the first being that the total
revenue inuat exceed the total expendl-
iire-Oila to keep the company In I. ml
neaa. und the second talnT to secure
the widest poaatble development this to
Inrreaae th value of the arrvtce to all
'Haa th company In mind tha mnk
log of reductions of rate within the
greater city T" was asked.
"1 can anawer your Uatlon In thla
y." replied Mr. Ilethell. "It has
been and always will bo. the policy of
the telephone company to Install lower
rates Juat aa rapidly as conditions will
permit By rondttlntis. I mean the
earning, axpanaaa, plant rapacity and
the ordinary developments In the dlf
fercnt eectlons of (lie city."
In other cltlea, do not the people get
a UMIIM residence service at a lower
rnte than In Now York?" was .pi. a
"Our telephone company, for 148 i
year, arils to each suhscrlher oppor
tunity in communicate with nearly half
. million elation within the greater
Ity," he said, "and the coat of this ser
vice and Ha value to tha uaers dependa
nectasarUy upon the extent to which
It Is used.
"I'nfuJr comparisons of ratea are
annv'tlmrs made with comiMliiles which
supply communications With a lesser
number of stations. As for Instance, In
small cities all of tha telephone traffic
la handled through one central office,
whcTcnu in Nww York we1 hnve ality-
seven OnhtnjM OVWOaa, nd "0 per cent, of
traffic In t! in'i.-l that la, It goes nt
1.-it pat llnoiigh two central olTlces, which
invulvea labor In each ofTlcc, and the
employment of a tremendous tninklnK
yet. in of line connecting every . en
it al utiles with every other . i. .. of-
1 ha Kvanlng World lenrnisl from a re
llalile eource that the telephone com
pany contemplates an extenalon of the
live-cent xone nrea. and has experts at
work flaurlriK PUI the problem. Mr.
ilethell ivoiild not .ontlriii thl report,
and amphntl 'aib' dnld ttie ootnpntiy
hid the lUaTHUaM Intention of rtdurlng
the coat of II residential aervlcu In
"We arrived at the iirrsent rate of
MH a year after a moat careful study of
the aubjert." he a Id, "and by study I
mean consulting with our patrons and
iiy exaintnliiK cottiiiUlnts that have
bten niadu from time to time and con
sidering tlie matter III every other way
opened tu ua. An ullowunce of soon I
UK) imasagee, Including that In the
ready to serve charge. Is us nearly the
proper thing to avoid complaints and
iltaaatufa. lion on the pan of our auli
a. r.bera aa we can arrlv at.
"The rati' per iin hsagc descends aa tn
number Increaai . 1,000 for HI7, or I U-IO
cents Per message, (,,7uu for last, or 4
cuts a mtasiiKi, the id. a hem tbst I hi
ready-loserv a gnlfl ''st of nqtllpa
' m'nt '"u "dwltton
i n.i . i nn -
r. ' " . , .. JT. .... l-JlTiT:
of a line."
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rlut u i. i . in;., in i.'r. t.-4
fyr th !'.' .. uf t W. liUiiVC i iuai a
VETO BY WILSON
PUTS A STOP TO
chairman EuttJl of the WaarV
ington Committee TJows to
WASIIINOTON, Jsn IT. -'There will
be DO InaueTural bail," declared Wlll
lam r. Rustst, Chslrman of the Inau
gural Committee, to-day afler an Infor
mal conferenre with aeveral memhera
over I're1dent-eJe-t Wilson's letter ft
queatlng thot the romrnlttne consider
the fenplhlllty of omitting lha function.
"Thn wishes of I'realdrtit-alect Wilson
will ba MngtlnE with," said Mr. Eiiatla.
The committee will take official action
later. Clov. Wllaon'a latter read aa fol
low: My dear Mr. Runtla:
After taking courual with a great
many persons snd oc, aa well
ag I could, general opinion In the
matter, I hava come to th rondo
Ion that It I my duty to ask yoia
to consider tb feasibility of omit
ting th i:. nigiiral ball -" -'W.
I do this with a great deal of hesi
tation, because I do not wish to In
terfere with settled praet' if or with
reasonable expectation of tho who
usually go to enjoy tha Inaugura
tion; but It baa com to wear th
aspect of a sort of public duty,
becauan of the large Indirect ex
pens upon the government Inciden
tal to It, and because these balls
have ceased to fee MBIftrf to tha
ajoytnant of tha visitor.
I hop moat sin- ely that this re
quest will In no way mrra you
Mid that I have hot ton long de'ajrad
In making the etigireallon.
With co'l revarda,
TRnTNTON, Jan. IT - President-elect
Wilson declined to say to-dny whst
cerMnony he would favor aa n aiihatltut
for the Inaugural .ball. It had been mil
gr.-teil to him that a Mpular reception
at the t Vipltol might lo at ranged.
Qov. Wilson sakl lie would not cram
in. nt furtliiv on the subject until h.
beard from William CorcoiHti Kintla,
l 'hair mull of the lnaiiK oration Com
(CVintlnued from First Page.)
an act of mercy I ahouM he lost tn ob
BRANDT'S SENTENCE EXCES
SIVE, GOVERNOR SAYS
The tiovernor auld: "The i econl la not
In the prisoner's favor He la not
martyr. I have, no aynip.ithy with
Itr iii.lt. laiitj J have great regurd for
due adiiiliilMtratlon of Justice und thai
Is the main thing In Ihla ttuit t
Having carefully cxuinlncd the en
tiro re.'ord, 1 have re.icl.ed the conclu
sion that llrandt'a aeiitence waa exi'es
alve. II. la a youitg nn.ni and haa
aerve.l Klx yoirs In prison. The only
help h tun now get 1 thruuesh the
exerdae of clemency.
. lirun.lt haa cotifeaeed hla aln. He has
h plicated to me for mercy and promise
to lead an hOMft and reaiectahle life
I want to give him a chance to make
"Iiy now pardoning linindl, I am cx
erciaing for the lwt Interests of the
people in) constitutional right."
Attornev-tleneral Cum odv explained
the legal sliln of the case to show that
Hi. unit was entitled to a pardon, when
there never waa a ayHahlc of evidence
to show Itrandt waa it'illt of burglary.
SENATOR NELSON OFFERS TO
"lov. etulxer," aald Mr I'arniody, ttirn
Ini; to the tlnvrrnor. "you are Mill Und to
tlo, thanks of the people for kuVtM
wl.d out that blot on tho Judicial his
tory of the Hlate."
Applause followed this re.uark
Senator Ncli on I aid that, aaeuwlng
Hran.lt lo h:ive been guilty, hla aen-
ten. e waa agoaagiv.
"I'm glad to see you've got a Qov,
rnor hlg tiuuigh to do Justice," )
aid "The conditions you've Imposed
In yUr pgrdun are UOh as I would In
all t upon If I weic QoVmor. 11 lira: It
w II go With lie 1 will lag him to
Wnahlpjjfton and there give him trans.
Boris t Ok to Mlutieaota. where pnopltH
Will belp hllll to In omc a man alfutn."
tlii ho Ira lliimpablrr kennlur
I'U.N'i'OHD, N It,. Jn. 17. The Legl.
iatuie bkllOtcd for Ihc third time yeatrr
day wlthojt rle.-tlrta a I'mted State
Uwiatur to succeed Henry K Hurnhani,
II. P. I loll:- i lien.) re rived I a. vol.:
H. II gi.liib,- (Up.), Ml It W. Hllga
SAYS GOVERNOR IN
tury .lop i. Ill; . 10. r. ..... dtep.i
P li EM IE li K. POIS CA HE
WhO It AS It hIS ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF FRAME.
WHITMAN FOILS PLAN
10 GET A DETAINED
WITNESS OUT ON BAIL
Has Bond of Woman Who
Will Testify Against White
and Steinert Increased.
Plstrlct-Attorney WTiHman became
auspicious to-day when Frederick Paul,
describing lilmaelf as a renl estate agent
at No. 14 Avenue A, called st the office
f the bond clerk In the Criminal Court
llulldlng nnd offered K.O0O ball f.ir Mrs.
Jennie Morris, held In tha House of
Detention ns material wltnaas. 8he
Is to used by the Plat rlct-Attorney In
the trial of James C. White and Charles
Htelnert, former Becker strong Arm
a. load detactlvas, erho are under Indict
ment for perjury.
White and Htelnert arrested "Jack"
Zellg, a nana leader, beet spring In n
cafe at No. 78 Second n venue nnd -rused
htm of carrying n loaded revolver.
Zeilg claimed th uollcemen allpped th
revolver Into his pocket and produced
before the Orand Jury wttneaaea who
swore they were present when the nrrest
wa mud nnd that '.elm snouted b
tied nn ffun and threw tip hf cunt to
how his empty puckets.
After .el Ik was kill.d on a Second
avenue enr Inst September all the wit-
nesaea, among whom was Mrs, Morrie,
dlaapprared. rlhe waa caught thredaya
ago nn1 put under 12,000 ball.
When Paul appeared to-day and fur
nished a satisfactory bond the District
Attorney went tn Juatlr Uoff and naked
that the hall In the case be Increased to
IMOn. The motion was granted. Paul,
being unable to give u bond In that
amount, duparted. Mr. Morris will be
kept In tin. House of Detention and will
he called as ,i witness In the trial, which
Is set for next Thursday. An lnveatlga
tlon Is under wny to discover who gave
Mra. .Morrla and other " 'tneaaea inaney
to hide and sustain t n while they
were In hiding.
SLIPS OFF ROCKS THAT
HELD HER FOR FIVE DAYS.
After hanging on a rocky ledge on th
coast of Nova Scotia, tan mil from
Halifax harbor, since Sunday, th Uran
ium allpped off Into Wt1$ water curly
to-day. News to this effect was received
by the Uranium Steamahip Company'
office In thin city thl morning. Th
advice from Capt. Euitac war that
the vcsael had been towed Into Halifax
harbor, where repair will b made.
All the paaaeugers ware taken off th
Uranium tho day the big liner want
ashore. They were taken first to Hall
fax and from there forwarded by rail
to Now York or their destinations lie-
NO WOMEN AT BRITISH BAR.
UOKDOWi Jan. 17. Women were ex
eroded from practising law at the Brit
lah Par by an ovrwhekn1nT vote of th
liar Association at Ita annual meeting
hcM this afternoon.. A motion to admit
to iiii-nii.i i ship ,a favored by aoma of
the younger bsenrLstrrs. but the senior
counsel voted 111 , lavdy against 1t.
Two Hurt Br Kaplodln Boiler.
Itlchard Vogel of No. jun Irving Plc,
Brooklyn, and William Speck of No, 2110
llerkcley Koad, Brooklyn, both en
itlnecrs, were burned about the face and
bands early to-day when a washing tank
exploded In the laundry of Mill Hotel
No 2, Illvlngton and Chrystle street
They were taken lo the Ky and Ear
always keep in
the Delicious Family Stomach Remedy
Ex-Lax relieve constipation, regulate the atornach and bowel, stimu
late the liver, promote digestion and prevent all ailment that come
from a bad and disordered stomach. Good for young and old.
One 10c box U enough to convince any one.
At All Druggists'. 10c and 25c.
MARKED BY TWO
Premier Poincare, hlected Pres
ident of France, Sends Sec
onds to Clemenceau.
INSULTED IN LETTER.
Deputy Monzie, Assailed in
Public, Sends His Seconds
to Ex-Minister Boncour.
vr.itSAll.I.i.Jt, Jan. 17 Premier
Polncar wan elected President of tha
FreinOi Bepubllo by the National Aa
aemblv held her to-day. The election.
x, Itu.g In the extreme, wna marked by
two dual nhallcngesi. poincare, th
newly nteotad President, challerured eg
Pretnler Oeurca Clemenceau to fight
and Deputy Monile sent hi mcond to
ei-M!nlntr Paul 3onoour to srrarsx a
Polncar' challenge followed an tnault
offered him this afternoon by ex-Pr-mter
Oeorg Clemenceau previous lo
the opening of th (National Cbngresi
for the election of a President. M.
Poincare nt one appointed ArlBtlde
Brhind, tb Minister of Justice, and I
(a Klutx, Minister of Flnanc. to act as
his second and to arrange a duel.
2,000 POLICE ARE ON GUARD;
Til Incident between Premier Poln
car nnd Uoorge Clemenceau aroae out
of a Utter sent by th Premier to M
Polncar laat evening, th contents of
which were considered offensive by M
Poincare. This morning the Premier
ent hi two aecond to ank for an ex
planation, and unless thl should
prove satisfactory under the cuatoma
of Franc th Incident may reault In
During the proceeding of the National
Assembly George Clemenceau made
satisfactory explanation to M. Brland
and M. Klotn. who had been sent to
him by Premier Poincare In connection
with the Utter he had received laat
evening; from the ax-Premler. Th in
cident I therefore considered closed.
Th Polncare-Clemenceau affair waa
quickly followed by a second ehal
lenge, Deputy Monde aendlnc his
aecond to former Minister Paul Bon
our with a challenge to fight. The
Incident followed a violent discussion
between Morale and Boncour on the
floor of the Assembly HalL
These happening have caused a tre
mendous aensatlon. not only here.
where all th officials and notables
of the nation are gathered, but
throughout th country, and have
added on more exciting ohase to a
moat exelilng election. In fact th
duel challenges almost overs hadow In
ntsrent th result of th balloting? for
Just following th clash between
Poincare and Clemenceau considerable
commotion was caused by a stranger
sacking to obtain entrance into the
Palace where the Senator and deputies
ware balloting. When h wsa stopped
by a gtendarm and asked his busln
ha pulled out a revolver and ahouted:
Till election should not take placa
He waa at once disarmed and arrested.
EXCITING SCENES DURING THE
A number of other suspecU also were
taken Into custody. Ths Government
took unusual military and police meaa
ures alone th railway Una from Pari
to Versailles, which were guarded the
whole dlitanc by military police posted
at Intervals of 100 yard. A fore of
2,000 policemen drawn from all the cltlea
of Franc waa brought here thl morn
Ing aa well aa detachments of troops
of all amis, while th garrlaon of Vr
Bill was confined to It quartan.
Th special Joint seaalon of th Na
ttofutl Assembly to name the ninth
President of the Third Republic of
France met at 2.10 o'clock this after
noon. Henri Antonln Dubost, Presl
dent of the Senate and himself a oan
dldate for th Presidency until the
Republican caucus two days ago, pre
The election w held In the ancient
palace of the Kings of France, many
exalting scan attending the balloting
Premier poincare, who came within
few votes of being chosen on th first
ballot, waa elected on the second, th
result being: Raymond Polncar, 483
Jules Parni, 298; Marls Kdouard Val
Jules Pma, who waa a member of
the cabinet, early to-day resigned h
office of Minister of Agriculture In oi
der to enter the presidential election un
trnxn th Detroit Pnw frees.)
"Ile a a peculiar chap."
"He not only goes shopping with
nie win, out lie Bieu iwinii met
their home a box of
BRONX COUNTY ACT,
S COURT DECISION
tppeUtte Division Gives Rul
ing in Case of Murderer
B a d!a!e,i court, the Appellate1 Dlvl
alon of the Supreme CdUfi this after
noon declared unconstitutional the Act
of the La1ilature IMS' creating a
ounty of t lie Bronx out of UM pivaint
The declitan waa handed .town in the
sse of Joseph J McKruna, who on a
imvtcted or murder In the rrimlnal
tranch of the Suprntie Court, and who
ued out n writ of b.i'ieas toi-pu on the
ground that h Waa Illegally detained
and Illegally convicted by reason of on
at th members of the Jury which con
victed him being a reldent of the new
The writ was dlamissed by Justice of
the lower Court and the prisoner re
manded. The Court, however, confirmed
the oonvlottoti of MrKenn.
BOROUGH SANK OFFICIAL
ON TRIAL FOR LARCENY.
Brock R. Shears, a Former Presi
dent. Accused of Misappro
priating a Check.
Hrock R. Shasi. a formes- lueaMeni
of thi- Brouah Han nt Brooklyn, waa
placed on trial In the Kins Onmty
Kupreme Court to-day on n Indictment
haralnn rand larceny. A Jury n
secured In trine hour and th takliia
of testimony was begun thl aftmiioon.
flhear la ehred wieh mlPiroprl-
tlng a checH for fi.tS. Ill defense la
that there waa no mlsavpvopi'latlon, but
tha the chock wa ued In th regular
nler of liualneB.
When the Uoioiurh Hh.ik failed tn
1W7 Shear, who Is a ren.deut of JUme
town, N. y . waa a bank sanilnei. II
waa irlven th Juto of atralfhiening uui
affairs of th bank and waa so
successful that when th Inertltution wna
reopened In 10 he waa mad pr)dnt.
But he waa unsvbl t keep th bank
moving nd It flled aaaln.
Altant Iltrlcl-Atwrn J-erry. in
hi opening addre. aald that tha Stat
Banking Department, In Mttilng up th
affair of th old Uoroutrh Bank, aent
a dividend check tor UMi to the HoJtla
Irk Cunvpany, on of th subsidiary
corporation f Kb hank. Shears was a
tewatee of tne no.na t-ara ninipjnj,
anpolnted by the Courts. Mrs Tarty
charged that wnears iook posaeaaion m
tho check and Instead of deposltln
It to the oredtt of th llolll Prk Com
pany turned It over to the crescent
Mortgage Company, another subsidiary
romera of whli'h he wa Prealdent. To
cover thl tranctlon tie made a mis
leading entry In the pan book of the
H'iIMb Park t ominnj
PUJ0 BEFORE GRAND JURY
ASKS INDICTMENT OF HENRY.
Head of Money Trust Inquiry Com
mitter Reports Refusal of
Prober to Testify.
WA8HTNOTON. Jan. 17.-Chalrman
Pulo of the Hou Money Twsst Com
mittee tastlMed before the Federal
Grand Jury to-day aakltu the Indict
ment for contempt of Qeoife u. Henry.
h New York broker, who refused o tall
the commltt th names of twenty-four
national bank offlcers wno. no saia.
profiled IW.flOO In a' yndlcat notation
of California Petroleum took.
nnrv and hia counsel contena '.ne
JmmittM has no authority la Inquire ! atmoiphero."
fnto the affair. The oa. proml. to I "Well, hot air haa furnl.hl tho poll
sni.rem. Court. 1 tlctuns with meals for many eenturlea"
EVERY POST-OFFICE WITHIN FIFTY lViii-tb OF
bi . . . ... eni aa asanu aawnr
NEW YORK IS NOW A
Anv of our
Special lor Friday. Jan. 17th
Filbert, earaeed In n thick ahroud at
'Oar r easier ilUe value
SPLClXL FOR FRIDAY AND AiUKUAY
CriOCOLATE COVERED FRlitT aEAUT Y FILLED
JELLIES A ce.tr. ., rich l.Ur CONFECTNS-J . r la .
mad v.r UrlUhttul br a rbeica v.- JJamiJCfu VUnMO an
rlatr at frwlt flavor. revereS with eonsequentlj freahcr. re4VuiUui sll
tuick awe cbocouvte. Our a gn. (heir delleleua aioUltlaa. Uar QQ-.
MC '""rul ND HO 19C reaauir . ngg C
OFFERINGS hOK FktDAV AND SATURDAY
MiLk iUoCOLAlE COVEREU KtKRLS6lVE CHOCOLATES OR
MALAGi K&SnS- " - CHOCOLATES-AND BON-BONS
mauunvin wwuiai guarhtlr aamr pngiisslv. bar ana a
.re. lb. Btcb ,b. chair. . .jlr- F r'.
Mr i aaiurlv In a thick ilo. of a reeJlr dJlclo. wholesome
EXTcJSSS r- 39c $1.00
rot XI) HOV fill NU BOX YvV
Park B.m. t ortlandt ami lHllh .tract alorea ope. ererr avr.las oalll 11 .'clock.
lark " 'n ou, M.tr .i Saliirjai rvclag ualll II .'clerk.
"m earclay street tgZl awe skoadway
Co Wsrt Broaoway f) IM7Y Cor Fulton St.
tCORDT ST. frt4Sy .,t47n.NikSSAiJJ,TRt"
Cor Church Stret MAi Baelunao a Sprues St a
fark How c hunuio 2M W- TRIXT
At City Hall Pari 6 Jant kst of Mfe Ava,
TRIES TO STAB MAN
WITH HER HATPIN IN
COURT HOUSE HALL
Levy's Notebook Saves Him
From Thrust of Woman Who
Wearied of Litigation.
I'm tlted of your foolln: you won't
iflve me my money; now I'll glv you
your di-arrt." .Mrs. -Bo Lander.
pretty little woman, shrieked a she
dualled at aAtnuei bevy tn Cie Corridor
Of the County Court Hon, outalde
Part III., etprclal Term, at noon to-dy,
0 attempted to atnb him with a Ion
The uvrrutB'a MS took the big man
by urtrta. Luckily for nun, there
was little irenth In Mr, lender' a ,rni.
for, although the pin penetrated Levy's
cost. It wo turned aside by n note boon
he hud in his Insidn breast pocket, and
Indicted nothing more than a scrntch.
laivy. who could have picked Mrs.
lender up wltTi one hand, lied down
the corridor when lie got ovr hi sur
prise, with th little woman In full n:y
behind, brandishing the hat pin, nnd
crylrut out to Mm to "atop and take
"Hlp, hlrl" yeiled Lwvy.
In a moment litigant, witnesses,
court .it tan I ii n:s and spectators were
IMiiirlng out of court rooms all over
the building; even the luatlces Were
sutllclently vexed by the unusual up
roar to send their crtarln out to In
Hy tne ttm the bellowing man tnd tho
hrletiliig woman had made one turn
about the well in the centre of the
building they were heurmed In by a
ourlou throng. Thru Mr Lander grew
frightened. Dropping har hatpin, ahe el
botfil her wmy out of III crowd nnd
duelled for the door.
She fairly flew down th steps leading
to Chambers sheet, and without hex hst.
her hair a t rram In out behind her und
shedding hairpins and ootnbs with ovary
liound aha took, she made desperately
for Broadway, where ah waa quickly
ewallowed up among th lunch hour
huBleis. With hi Nemeala out of tin:
way. Levy plucked up oourag.
fllve m that hatpin." h demanded
as a court attendant wa about to carry
It away. "I ahall want to us It as
What ta th msttvr with th wom
an T" h wa saked.
"It me go. let me go," h Inflated,
pushing forward to the door. "Well,
If you want to know, I own her money.
And ahe'a mad about It because 1 don't
pay her hack." and ha talkd solemnly
down the tep.
Mr. Lander Is suing Levy, who lives
t No. 1 Convnt avenue, I.oul Bleger
and Joseph Kreinlck for an accounting
of the rent for a house she owns l
No. 040 Kat Thirteenth stret. Mr
Lander contend that Levy and hi two
asaoclatea hav peralatently refuaed t
give her the rents. The case has Ik-imi
In the courts for aom time.
Mrs. Lander came Into court expect
Ing that the matter would be settler!
apeedlly. The trial dragged alnrttr all
morning till Juatlce Nerwburger culle.l ft
"Must I wait still Vonger for my
monryT" Mrs. Lander demanded. "I'll
get Levy yet." and snatching the lung
pin from her picture hat, which h
left behind In the court room, she hur
ried out after the man.
rnoo ron politiclijb.
I From tha llraTar Re pu 61 teas.)
"1 see a scientist aiys man will soon
he ahlr 1" collect food directly from the
lAJr i uuiui aiuiu.
Snaciala will be dnlivernd by
Parcel Post within 50 miles from New York
by adding the following amounts to cover
postage on Candy and Con te inert:
lib. boa. ...08 S lb. bos. 23
2 lb. bos. U lb. box. 2f
3 lb. bos 14 7 lb. bos 29
4 lb. bos If 8 lb. bos .35
If desired, packages can be insured for 10c.
additional. Postal Note or Currency must
Special lor Saturday, Jan. 181b
CHOCOLATE COVERED EN SUR
PRISE Little rheroiate ravwtnaa,
''rhuSl eJmli'lnatKii J TrSaSM aata.
Aureal roaferUoaerr aevallr. -m -Tm
jSe lue elsewhere. I Iff
SPENDS FIRST NIGHT OF
HONEYMOON IN CELL
Fifteen-Year-Old Bride's Wed
ding Lines Gone to Framer,
Papa Couldn't See Them. ,
John Lyons, who I eight ran and ven-
luresnmr, spent the flrat night of mar
ried life In a cell of th Adam tret
station, Brooklyn, because he was stub
born about exnlnlrilng to Papa Chart
BornBThaln of No.. Ht. Kd wards etreet.
Brooklyn, why May Bornscheln, his fifteen-year-old
daughter, dad not coma
home Iftst night.
She wna married, that waa rhe reaswn.
She had married John yesterday, and
when Papa Bornscheln found Cham to
gether In John's home at No. J0 Hudson
avenu. last laat night. John thought 11
wa rone of pepa'.a buslne ana
wouldn't mak explanation.
But to-day when h aripeured In the
Adams Street (Vrurt after a night In JMI.
where he had been taken on Born-
soheln' complaint, B1 Ulakle, a
ft lend of rh newly weddad couple,
came with a marriage c. rtifln.it all
nveiy tram ed. She had taken It yes
terday, after the Hev. M. O. l.epiey of
th KlghUanth Street Methodist Churdh,
had performed th caremony, to have
suitably mounted behind glaas. and
without It why, Lyons didn't think hla
explanations would hold water. That's
the rraion he hadn't made them aad
had tieen arreated.
APPRAISALS OF ESTATES.
nnbert I. Hrew Leave Tn.1.;iM).
atJet tn lalstrllanr. Tna.
Deputy 8tt Comptroller l'rnsr
transmitted the folnwlng appraisals of
estaes under tli inhcrltAnce tax law to
day to the Transfer Tax Office of th
ltob.it I. nirown (died Dot.. I, 1M1).
grnaa aatata, 179,03,. Net value after
deduction for expeniea of admlnlstrsv
John P. Breen idled Dc. B. VM);
gross estate. U.TW. net value. 13.147.
Uvviwlard Knrluusih, ttnllor Kills
II I marl f.
Itne-tai to Tl.a Kxmnj WnrM.I
Kl.r AJiKTH. N. J . Jan. 17. Balph
Kllaworth Head, a Bailor on lh Lulled
Slate tuutleshlp Khoile Island, commit
ted tuiulde early to-day at a furnlshsd
room house. No. 120 Price street, hy
wallowing carbolic acid. Tha only rea
son hla retallvas can give la that he
overstayed his furlough. He waa twenty-three
years old and lived in Woat
lleld. Bad Blood
Is the cause of all humors, eruptions,
boU. pimple, scrofulous sores, st
rrma or salt rheum, aa well as of
rheumatism, catarrh and other troub
le In the opinion of many that have
taken it, the grratest blood remedy (or
all these troubles is
firt it to-day in the usual liquid form
or in the tablets known as Ssrsatabg.
lait longest in laundering hold ibape.
Try them it will pay you. Ihe
newest sh. po ii the l'cmbroke, wit
1.INOCOK1) "SNAl-ON" BUTTON.
I1ULE. a lor ast sIks.
CEO. P. IDE Jk CO.
Al Mmhmrt a Um Shtrtm
TROY, N. Y.
U sed Regularly on Thousands
of Tables, and Will Soon Be
Used on Thousands More
It's great for meats,
game and fish, 10c.
At Oroeera aad Dsllcatsassa Btoras.
Mads by R.Pritchard.381 Spring 8U.N.Y
triune. On Jan. 1 5. WILLIAM BURKE,
baloved eon ef the late John Burk an
Jehannah Clifford, and brother ef
Veirlck Hurtle, native of BrrlogB
County Limerick. lrlnd.
funeral from the resldaae of Tamnss
Craven, 103 Charles at., aaturdar at
Ii 30 A. M , lh.no. to St. Varenlea'a
Church, Ckrtatphr at. Interment Cmt
vry. LOST. FOUND AND REWARDS.
sad ;um i'lf ,U ,.
at wuli dlaiuonui.
lallaar for rarard.
Jan. 1. Ixiaeaa Usll at.
w. nail aua ar Uuuoli
".oi" w aoiei i u Baas
LOST -Aullque gold rur I. . ol trilli lin i
111 anasaaaaaV lie" BVZ3S1. . o.ias
Itsward. aiil Hi,.r.U. Kg tmSmWlT
la nt Philndelyhln.
Old is lias Im. Uaies on la
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