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Om greater part of bar afaottoa. few
ttmo and mueh of fear IWWfc
Mr. Shepard nd n OonM'a Wile
Helen nu Dorothy Oould. f '-
. . lowed her to I.vndhuret Beside the
reherl of the slmpl ceremony of to
morrow, Mr Rhepard and Miss Oould
will be busied to-lay with tha formal-
Ity of CPlUni a license from tha rlark
of th township of r-ntri-K. which
Include the village of Irvlnglon.
, , In ths dalarinlnallon to kap tha wad.
. ding from becoming a papular speo
tori and tha centre of nolay mnoa!:y
eurh at aoma of lha wrddlnaa o.
Wealthy New Yorker have bean. M'aa
Oould haa had a dtt Uva aganey In
. 'aura tha privacy of Lyndhuret hf
. and during tha earemony. Nu arhna
guard prevented eurlodty eeefcere ard
moving picture mrn fiom getting NeBf
Kuie nut! "n at Irvlnglon. The only no
il ty vis. Me nliciut the place tn-d u
that nf a amall army of florist, men
who nrrf arranging hsnks of flower
wtlhln lha glassed lower floor of tha
mat. .inn. ,
J The Jicene will he got from Robert
ptaanwood. Clerk of the town of Orssa
purg. They may ilrlve to Clark Hi.i
Blood's office on the Way to Lyndnuret.
fF' ha may be aekad t cema lo Lynd
huret to aava Miaa Oould (he embar
rassment of balng stared at by ourloua
erowds By taking hi aaal w.th him
the Clerk can laeue tha licanaa aa legally
.((It Lyndhsirst aa In hie own oftlca.
--iREMEARaAL TO BE HELD THIS
Tha hour for lha rshearaal haa not
been made public, but It la bellsva It
Will take place la tha afternoon. The
earemooy will fee performed la tha
drawing room for eenttmeaial reaaona.
It wee In tbla room that Qeorge Jay
Oould, atlas Oouid's brother, marr ed
tUae Edith Klncdoa, and hare the chll
4mm at kar other brother, Frank Jay
Vjgpeuld. wera ahriitened.
" v The Re. Daniel Kuaaall. paatar of
fee Irvlngtoo rreebytertan Church, will
kg at tha rob ear eel. After tfea rahearaal
are will be a dinner at Lyndhurat aad
It la probable that Mr Bnepard will ra
fekin lk era over wight to avaid aa early
trip from Naw York to-morrow.
Mat mora than eavenly-Bve guaaU
will. attend tha wadding ceremony, la
etaalng all tfea mem bore of tha Oould
aad "heperd UmUlaa. aaoapt Mr. Bfeap
ard'a mother, who la UL
Thi la going to be my last talk aw
matrimony," laughed Mr. Bhepard When
aean by a reporter la bla offtoa at No.
Ml Broadway. Ha waa in a bumorou
mood and declared at flrat Lhat be oould
oot talk for publication.
RIDE TC CONTINUE CHAR
But. becoming eerioue, ha aasdt
"Miaa Oould'a marriage by gaa will
. have no effect whatever on fear ohar.
ItnMe work. I wlah It dlallaatty under
atood tnat 111 In bo way Interfere wttfe
her future warn. I wtab met and fey be
regarded aa a ratmforoemeaL I da not
believe ir forcing a wow ag
her intereata Just feaaauaa g
you the honor of marrying pwaV
Miaa Oould appeared at be suite aa
happy aa Mr. dtfaapard. bat, aa asaai.
aba dscllned to lata.
The brlde'a gowa will fea at tvwry
while m tin, cut aa prlneaaae, wttfe a
lona court train, blah neck aad laaa
eieevaa. The gawB wUl fea profanely
trimmed with rare old tin aafell Iggal
tha gift of tha Ducbaaee da Talleyrand,
M.s oould'a atalar.
A bandaome rope of pearly feaa bean
preeented to Miaa Oould by bay brother
Ueorge Jay Oould. Prom ank J. Qeuid
rauM a gorgeous ooraage ornament of
diamond aad pearla, Howard OouM
naa given to nla Utter a rare an trcae
ure which he reoenlly found la Part.
A aat of tapaatrlaa haa bean aaat fey
A apaclni trala wUl be made up at the
Grand Central Station long before the
time aat for tha wedding, aad after hav
ing taken aa tfea guests It wUl be man ad
through to lrvtagton. There a eoore at
mat or oara will be oa hand la meat the
guests. Tfea Dufca aad Dunham da Twa
layrand aad their Infant aoa. tha Prlaee
da Began, are at praaant at tha home at
Howard Oould at Caatlegould. oa Long
Inland. They will motor le Tarrytewu
Tha auperlataadent af Liyndbarat yaa
tarday aaade arrangement with a Naw
Xerk detaatlva ageaoy to have a number
af man an hand at (ha time of the
wadding. It la expected that thla farce
will ha kept oa tha grounde until the
many gift have been aafely depoelted
Tha Tarry town polio will alee be
augmented by a apeclal detail.
0. K. FOR jjjwQufitt LINE.
fablae Sorvtao Cammlaalaa Olvee
Trwatatlva Apprsval to Ona Soatloav
Tante-tlve approval waa given by
aha Public Service Commlaelon to-day
to tha form of oontnaot for the oon--Wtruotion
of Section No. I of -the Wood
aid. Aetorla and Corona K4ld Tran
ent Kallruad. Title la one of the
itueene llnee of the prupoaed dual aya
btn which run from the end of the
djuaenaboro Bridge out (jucena lioule
Vard and lluuaevelt avenue to Hyua-
ttMr avrnue. Corona. The Commli
glun dlieoted advertlalng for bide foi
Ihla cllon tu b upenad Friday.
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Meteoric Course of Convicted Swin
dler Awaiting Sentence Shows 230
Victims, Four of Whom Commit
ted Suicide Over Their Losses.
A naw tarm haa hem coined within tha lagt fa daya naionj; ram ostat
an. It la "Jackson I zing" ran! estate CHlpfred of all lu trrhnlcnlltica. it
mean. Jnggitng land and BortiMta Indlacrinilnataly, auch an buying and
Bailing land and moria-agae without owning than.
The erector or "Jackaonlalng." Edgar dnce on jn h Jar son haa been
R. J.ickjion. la now la the Tomb, await-, br"h' " fga with irrtm tuition
ing eantenee for . moling. Ha haa toWnrid roportcr a iror.l of all or lH.-k-fca
five orhor ladl lmeaU, and haa to.ao B rc.ii eatale trnnaactlone covering
hi credit mere than Ma vletlma. mm "'on typewritten pagee o legal rap
and women la alt walka of Ufa and from I JV r"n'alnlng over MO namea of per.
all pert, of the country. Hla deala were
coneclenceUaa, he took from eervanta
and working peaaje aa quickly aa he
d)d from pereone of financial raaponalMI
Ity. and only that Fata piaywd him a
trick, he might atill be at liberty to-day.
More Intcreellna allll than tha dry
recital of hla real aatale operation, aa
abaorblng and Intricate aa they wera.
la Jaokaon'a private Ufa. Ha made hla
money quickly, not In thouaanda but In
tana of thouannda, and aa feverlah and
wtft waa hla bueloeee career Juet aa
burning aad feat waa tba pace ha weal
when ha aought amueement at night
Hla wonderfal pergonal magnetism
which made It woearbta for hhn to awing
gigantic real aetata deala without any
kind of financial backing, alio gained
him many frtaada among men and worn,
an women particularly.
FOUR SUICIDES CHARGED TO
Jaokaon feaa o hla credit tba eulcldee
of four pareona, whom ha rained finan
cially. Two of them were women. One
a vary beautiful Waatarn widow who
gave blm bar entire fortune. She waa
Mra. Eleanor Barry, and aha killed bar
elf laet Sunday la bar apartment, at
Wo. at Claramaat avenue, a heartbroken
woman. The other woman waa a
aeventy-year-old muata tea her la Boi
toa. ffha antruated lha m agnail and
luaat JaohaoD with bar Utile alL
Caarlee Bralaard Clark, a Tale gradu
ate aad a widowed motber'a only eon.
in v acted fear aavlnsa In Jaokaon'a real
aetata aafeamaa aad than committed ul
old In Ull at the Hermitage Hotel.
The fourth wag a Cairo (Egypt) tner
ahaat whoa money waa waa from aim
by tha gealal real aetata man.
I ntrn. Jaekaoav whom he married
MBJ yr ado. wbaa aha waa only its.
lean yara old. aad who la daacrlbad aa
a warn an of marvellouo launt beauty,
haa bean In Chicago with relative aa
tabltahlBf a reel dene for; the purpoae
of obtaining a alvorea,
Two of the woman who have played
all-important parte In bla many brill
lent, If questionable, real aatale Iran
actlona, aad who alao Influanced th
aoftoy mo men la of hla whirlwind career,
wera working glrla whom ha dlaoovared
la the Cadillac Hotel.
Roe E. Bauehlna, who waa a tele
phone girl on tha hotel awltchboanl
bandied mlUlen-dollar dal far him aad
proved a faithful and loyal aaaoolat.
Sha acted aa a dummy for him in
count! eea tranaaoUona.
ENTERTAINED OUT OF TOWN
Florence Donner, a telegraph operator
IS the Cadillac, who wa famoua alung
Broadway aa "The Ulrl With the Btarry
kyee." became aaaoclated with Jaokaon
and waa the hoeteea of a gorgeouely fur-
nlabad apartment In the faahlonabla up
town dlatrlcl, where aha entertained like
a queen ecorea of out of town cualomor
of th Jaokaon brother' Ileal Eatate
Perhapa of all th women who were
Influenced and attracted by tbla wlaard,
th ona who undaratood him beet end
who waa mora of a match for hla keen,
ahrawd bumoeaa ability waa Mr. Ada
Hlankenahlpp, a widow, young and at
tractive, who waa formerly an art critic.
It waa Mr. Wankenabipp who bream
an active partner In many of hla trans
action and who uccafully coped with
him. when all othero failed. Tha flrat
quarrel that lad to Jackaon'a final de
cline and fall wa when he attempted to
defraud her out of hr rightful ahara In
one of bla moat notorloua ekyrooket
It waa tha avail and beautiful Mra.
Hlankrnahlpp who Introduced Jackaon to
It. nli E. Dace, her young and pretty
later, who later became hla confidante
and who waa faithful lo him tu the Ian
To thla ilmple, pretty girl, who came
from Harrteburg, Mo , whr he had
been a echuol teacher oa a aalary of
111 a week, h gave a !16,(M0 cottage
the now famoua Romry College at
Garden City, I.. I. Miaa Dace, the sim
ple country liucher. became anulher
dummy m hi transm llun.
Jackaun had a uondiTful Inatlnct In
reading peoplr. He knew at gang whom
lie could truat. Theie Women helped
blm und he lavished hie money unit af
ir lion on them. With one Inception they
remained loyal lo him to the end, und
It I doulitrul IT any of them ever t
olutrly reulUed that he waa d nhonkat
LAWYER DENNISON THE MAN
WHO LANDED JACKSON.
E. H. Uemilaon. a IfeWywr of No. lis
Uiiudway, wa Jackson' Hgntgalgi
Juckaon omployinl Deiiniaon as Mlag.
ii. an to operatu In OIUo. Uinnlson sold
for Jaik.ou and Ills brother, OUn M
jsv itson, who aomariaed tin Jaakgon
Kually t'oniiany. I icnnlaon, noting for
Jiekaon, tranaaeted over IfiMi.imi wo th
uf liu.lnes in real rstalu in Ohio, turn
,n over In ectual .1 -n to Jackson I ., :
OBJ licnnlaon' eoiumUslon m'Untod lo
(111, MU), Md Jackaun refut-d lo pay II.
When Hennlson threatened to eise
hi 111, Jaikaon manuKed tu hav him In
dieted here for attempted Inuckmall.
nlilcli Ir.Ul.'lnient wa later iiuaiilind by
the l!sti, 't -Attorney because he found
It was till action on the part af JacU-
eon that enraged 1 )rnnlnn, who has
spent 2u,lMjf- .if ts iwn n.mcy to prove
Jackson a swindler. It hag bean Men -
nlson who gtv Mr. Whitman Ai svl-
f Ml IVllTlH WORLD, IUIBDAY, JANUA1T
- ' umnwen aeewie nave oean
wlndled bv Jaoken
HIE RAPID RIEB TO ROWER IN
REAL ESTATE WORLD.
Edgar R. Jaakaun Began nla buslneae
career by engaging In the dredging bual
noaa la Washington. He waa uneucceee.
ful. He for a time boeama r book agent
la Philadelphia Finally ha ranve to
Nww York and worked aa a lot eaiea
man for Wood, Harmon A Co. He re
algnod from lhat firm after a short
while, and from than on for (everal
year waa engaged In minor real eatate
deal with indifferent uocea, soma of
them being In partnership with bla
brother, O. M. Jackaon.
In the fall of UOT Jaokaon met J.
Edward Swanaarom, a banker and a
director la (ho Equitable U'e. Mr.
Swanairom gave Jaokaon and hla
brother an option on some property In
MWieola and Harden City and furnished
them with good bank reference. In
Brooklyn and New York, alao aldlne
them in ayndlcatlng property. Thla wjl
thir rtrt big dart. P O Woodruff In
their behalf went to Ronton and through
Arthur w Wellington, manager of the
I'nHed rMalr. leather Company, and
Oeorge A. Uodweli of Lynn, syndicated
alt ai res of land at Mlnaola. i- I., for
U.00D an acre. A corporation wa or
ganised known aa th Dhawmut Realty
Company. Thla land coat the Jack. on
broUiera II, X0 to ll.MO an acre. Their
profit from thla deal waa Hfll.ooo, of
Which fdfcu.ooo was aaah and IBI.ObO which
waa repraaaated by a second mortgage
to tha Jackaon brother. Thla deal put
them on their ft financially and thy
Incorporated under the name of "The
Jatkson Brother' Realty Company."
capitalised for 160,000 aad opened ofllcen
In th Time Building.
Edgar R. Jaokaon raoat of tha time
lived while In the city at the CadllUo !
HOUI with Mra. Jackson, it was while
a gjMt there that h n&Y:tha tsjnnhon
Ihd (elrgraph girl ooKpSfV wTtofWler
Weame hla Aldea. m, ' hoWovgr. m.-t
Mra. Hlankanehlno and If lea bane en..
ylduaVi and Mra. Uary4 ha ttieW from
hi earlier day in Olathla. Kan. It
wa Mrs Rerfy wRd leeBMI to hold a
tenderer mOurnee over him than any
other woman who entered hla life, and
It waa sha whom ha hurt Che most bit
Jaokaon met Ada Blankenshlpp In Bos
ton In 1MB. II wa Introduced to her
arcurdlnr to Domilson. who to-day aav
The Evan bag World all them facta,
wthlch he has alao given to Dlstrlct-At-
torney Whitman -liy Ituaael H.ndlev. a
business friend of Jiufkaon. The ae
quaint mice between the lloeton widow
and Jackaon eoon grew Into a stru.ig
rrienoenip. in tw Mra Blsnkcnshlpp
brought rrom Missouri her slater. Ituth
K lace. Jaokaon became enaronierd of
the eweet country school teacher and
gave her the Rosemary Collage.
Ultimately It waa thla friendship be
tween the pretty school teacher and
the wlaard real eatate operator that
caused Mrs. Jackson to decld to go
to Chicago, where she Is now residing
THE ETORY OP THE FAMOUS
"BED OP ROSES."
Aa an Illustrative Incident of Jack
on's lavishneae and the apeed he
daahed In hla pleasure seeking eecupadea
along the Qreat White Way. there
stands In the memory of many of the
historian of Uroadnay romance Jack
aun'e famous "lied of Hoses."
"This occurred." said Dcnnlson to-day.
"while Mra Jackson was away from
then apartmenta In the Cadillac. Jack
son dlnrd that evening In the Cadillac
with Mia Dace and another relative
of here, a widow. Jackaon Invited
Ihetn to spend the night Jn hla wlfe'a
apartment. Not aatlaflrd with th ordi
nary luaury In the appointments of
bis wife's suite, Jackaon eent out for
bunche upon bunches of American
Heeuty roses and strewed them all
over the bed and the floor of hi wife's
boudolf snd then poured the costliest
perfume sll over the furnishings and
draperies In the room."
Miaa Dac, and Mr. Ulaiiken.Mpp,
her widowed lter, were Instrumental
In putting through on of Jackaon'a
biggest deala. and neither uf them wus
guilty o! anything dishonest. After
Jackaon' purehaas of forty-three acres
or lamg Island proprrty from Nella
Hannah, which he lioulit for 1-.- an
acre and finally Incorporated for 1110,000
worm or atocR. he aenf both of these I
women to Garden City, Ken, where
they met Qeurge T. Johnson of Green- I
wood. Ind.. who bought HUM worth of
u)c luck. Abraham Mliaslian was
another victim lit ths same deal. He
bought 113,000 worth of the sam stock.
There were many others defrauded In
ine .u'liv 11 uiisaeiiun, one a newspaper
rdltor In this city, who, however, got
hla mousy back
CLARK, THE YALE MAN, SWIN
DLED, CUT HIS THROAT.
Cnarles Hialnard Clark, the al
gradual who Invested hi mother's
money, amounting tu ggvgyej thou
sands of dollars, in Jackaon'a deals, was
Introduced to .lack. on i.y .Mia. itiank
eiishlpp, who met him one nlghl at a
poker gams. It was while tie Yale
nun woe ageorllng the widow homo
that IVaning that he learned from her
o Jackson's teal estate I live Imams,
nnd she arranged a meeting. Clark'
hri Invaaimani only i,ooo.
Later he hail some more money mid
(ailed the widow on the I'lepnone to
lell her thai he wanted lo niaks
another Invgatmani ibrpugh Jaokgan.
Hh mudu an appointinent for lilm to
nieel her In Jgohson g afllOg the fol
Clark arrlvad at Jackson's, otiico be-
did, and IgaagaPt Inaiaad or
urk sortie slock, tu which .test
Mrs 'ilaiikcnsliipii w .,1,: have .tiared
f borrOWad Clark g money on a sixty
dsjr not, prumldiig to band blm uvr
I Vice Graft Informer and Son
Coming From Grand Jury
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the (took before the n.'tc wa due
Mr. Blanknhlpp appeared later, dis
covering lhat Jaokaon hud not been
aquare with fear In the transaction and
made him pa, over het pact of lb I
Clark never got any return for hi
Investment. He epent l-'i In talepbon
calls and atampn trying i" Jackeofe
On th Haturday before ThankKrfivi.ig
1111, he called Jackecn op on the .cle
phone from hie room In the Harmttagai
and falling to gat any aatiafaetlpa
from th real estate mini, cut his
throat and died a sulcl.lo.
TO KEEP SIPP OUT
(Continued from I'lrst Page.)
nwl and bribed when he dl.ippeared
and that he la being paid lo stay away.
The trial of Policeman Bugaoa r'ox
WSg vailed al Holle Headquarters to
day and adjourned until nest Friday
without comment. There would nave
been nu uae In trying to go on with the
trial without th testimony of Ueornr I
nipp. wtio, acting on the a Ivlce of the
Dtslrlct-Attoruey, ha Ignored tbe l'o
llce Commlasloner'a subpoenas.
The meUr of poUoamen cullecltng
grart form dlvekeeimts and dlVSkaop
ei accept Ing money from pullcoui. n
fur leuvlng the city are ao closely In I
leriwined lhat the Dlni ict-Attoi noj
believe he can do better working crab
like In till eltuatlnn. 11' In, can ghovi
lhat certain policemen Pt.d money ti
men who had madu uiiurges ugaliutt
them, and that these men Immediately
left town, the question, Why did the
policemen pay tbern'.' BBOOm! Impor
tant. WILL DEMAND SPECIAL PANEL
TO TRY POX.
The District-Attorney proposes mov
ing for a special panel to aelect the
lury to try Patrolman BugvM Fox. He
wll' ask thus within another day or two.
Ae ftve days must follow iim motion
before the talesmen are examined it
will be the early part of next week be
fore Fox goes to trial.
New evidence thai h.u rea--hd Mr
Whitman Is In ths form of tele
phone report. This Is similar evidence
lo Important factors In both the Backer
and tne Hyde cases record uf ..ails. In
the present instance, however, the District-Attorney
ha.-, found a witness wh.
can ewcar to a detailed conversation he
heard over the telephone conversa
tion that I.H.I a big hearing upon ths
charges of attempted bribery us relates
Assistant IXstrlct-Altorney J. Robert
Rubin, who is associated wtin i.mory
Bud kAar before the Aldernianle commit
lee. placed before his ehlof ye.tt rduy
the details of the uhgrgeg formulated
against PolleaniB jToyu, formerly ana
ui lleoaer's ritro uf-Ar uier.i, for perjur)
in hi charges .iu ih.st Chairman Curraa
in laaUfyhu ualora the Ctirran oam
miltse. The Urand Jury , ,,K8 Up
Ihu case as .0011 as possible. 'J'ng Al-
drrmanls Committee win meet ggg n to
morrow, and a numbor ot putinuiuthsa
men will Usttfy.
I. mill TOPM fur ler Who 1 led lu
aalvatora mianto( oonfaaaad uiurdvrri'i
1 waa sullen .-.I uy Juslue Van,, m
Brooklyn lodgy la nlnalaan yean md
, three month! at hard labor 111 Hlni Hing
r.r manalaughtar, OUtnio killed hi
prslhar.in.laWi Pranoigoo n'.vni a, un
Hie eve uf ColUmblM l'U nnd .klppial
to Soulh Amerlci lie wa. rrettd III
Uraall ami hrougbl to tin uountry u
moll ti ago.
HANDLER OF FUND
WILSON WONT PUT
: A REPUBLICAN OUT
IF HE'S MADE GOOD
(Continued from First Pags )
that he .would HOI rellnqnlsn his office
us Oovarnor of New l raey until saarab
I. the day he leave her fr hi Inau
guration at Wai bington,
vVhan 'lov Wlls in leaves then to he
roine President of 'lie I'nlte.I States ne
III nut travel n a private car. nor n-.ll
any member Of his family. lie said tn
dav that he BXpectd to make his ordi
nary travel arrangi-tnenls.
It is probable that 1,000 Princeton stu
dents, who are to march In the Inaugural
parade, will have ihelr special car ut
ta lad to the same train no as to es tort
the former President or their university
Into tho national capital and j;lve him a
Prlnaaton Ohaar when h arrives Ibofa,
GOVERNOR'S FAMILY TO AVOID
ilov. Wllgon declareil to-day that
If arranguments sygyg mutl,. for a pop
u ..r reception at 111 Capitol as a
ui. -mute lor the Inutigurul ball Vlrr
Wilson and lag Ml sea Wilson wouL.
attend, 'i he Oovarnor mim the im
praaalon that the member of hi fani
Ity WOUd not hu present probably 'had
ariBen from hi lattar to wiuiam Cor-
COran KuMtlo. r v Inauguration chair
"Pgr hb Pi I d.d aO make It ciear In
my lnti.tr," sail tluv. Wllaon i.i-duy.'
"but I meant nlinply that III ladles
ahmild not be expected to atuiMl in
line and Nhnke hand."
The QOVmof took occasion to deny
piabliahad report ihat ha nd Mr.
Wllaon had favored tha abandonment
uf the Inaugural bull uecauae of the
possibility that the dancera might In
dulge lu the "turkey trot'' und similar
l.i' m He said he had opposed the
Idea of an Inaugural ball chlelly because
of the tnJIrect expense 10 the Govern
ment. GOWN FOR jJlS? WILS0M.
II e of NotiolU hills of Boss; Color,
LVBd Costs gUBO.
MUtFoLK. 's Jan. :i When Preel-deiit-e.e.tt
VVoOdrOW Wilson 1 inaugu
rated In March hi daughter, Mlsi
Mlcsnor Wilson, will wear u dress made
from silk :n. inufa lured in Norfolk.
A silk dress was offered lo Miss Wil
son In Njvenber Whan her fattier was
cle. led President and he WA orked to
ilt 9 gfiate the shade she dagll ed. Hhe
i im.,. the outalilu petal uf an American
I'.i.iuty rose and the dress Is now betas
mad In Now York. It Will cost Itoi
ahd Will be delivered erly In February,
The company has decided to n.tnie i.ie
had! of silk Mlroag In honor of Miss
DIES IN DOCTOR'S OFFICE.
An Unidentified woman ab.'ut forty
year, old. died suddenly of heart dia-
gagg In t la oltt.'e of I r ileorge W.
Tannan, No. M vVaat Davanty-alsith
sireet, this aftamoon. rf'ie was poorli
1 eased and had nothing "n her person
tba) night narve t.. Idsntlfy her. A
luunaui after the woman had been told
tit Jirnmn would return from a cu in
, inln ui'. ah illapyad. A letlgh
im nu phyUlan pronouisiad tbe woman
..1 stUMA I Kill) 'Ml ! DA V v
Ills I'si 1 Men.iur Ue., SOgl Plus direst, It,
j ., dsrllllin tfl l.Htlir ft.-iai..
11 , nils Ben -nil sun.l.rful dlsuel),
dllul'K'g A.b.t0K L'UTIS, etbleti i.. susr
net. 10 cur ssi a l.ijBKM.t. ss tu.it.r j:
Itas oitl sladlfl, l'i to U lie dsvi. snii al l r
(,, ,.l 1.1 ... . 11 it lolv 1 i III it K t M N.lltli
ITTM I" 'ert.'IK MSS IS d"M n il slail. If
onr dr..s ' ba.u'l it .snd n "'1 la l ostsge
mssus sad It ul as seat by ssll. VWi
BUSINESS SENT !
MIW ARRflAfl !
j IllVllUi. (.lllUfllV
"Ice King" Taft Pardoned
When Reported Dying De
That C'harle Morse, the pardoned
banker, went abroad last November
solely for burlnaee purpose after he
hsd discussed with Ms lawyer that hi
creditor put him through banbruptcy,
I a atatement oontalnad In a deposition
worn to by th former "Tea King" Jan.
I, lfU, at th New Kuraaal Hotel in
Rapailo, Italy, which reached Nan Tork
Tne deposition of Morse, who life,
according lo phyalclana who esaalaed
him la th Federal prlien at AUinta,
abould have erptrad yetrday. waa
taken rn the suit brought ' Abel I.
Culver, former president of tha Hudson
Navigation Company, against Peter Mc
Carthy, a etockholder and director iB
the m company. Culver aecks lo re
xiver a money Judgment of lldofsiO for
the alleged arrvlc rendered to MaCxrttiy
and Moire In negotiating for the control
of th slock of th company.
Culver, who received a (alary of II1M0
as president of the Navigation Company, 1
claims that al meetings attended by
Morse. McCarthy and Edward F. Mur- ,
ray, also a director, and himself, It wig 1
severally agreed Culver al. 01 d receive '
lock to the amount of l.'Ou haroa. Th
paper Inilmkte that McCarthy, who
residence t Ka. Vol Firth avenu. Tn.v,
N. Y.. wn an ally uf Morse In aecur'.mt
this link of the chain of steamship lints
then in prucesa of consolldauon by
M 1 se Th trial of tha action tea
postponed by suvcra! .Supreme Court
Justices to give .McCarthy an impor
tunity to subpoens Moree a a witness
ir. the suit.
CHAHCES SON SAID TRIP WAS
Wliem the ran was marlte.1 "ready"
last Novemner, Warrn McConthe, Mc
Carthy' laer. personally Interviewed
the ex-banker In the latter' ottica at
No. ', Eacliartgo place anj there got
from lilm pruinise 'hat Moras would
att-ud th trial. Two days la.T Moree
uddenly sailed for l.un l .n without aotl
lying Mr. McConlhe of hi 'mention
McConlho In hla application for a com.
mission swore h talked wltl Morse s
sun several daya after the older Moru
departed and called lo the ion's atten
tion a rablegram which stated that
Mors would take a cure on the oo:r. -ncnt
"The eon told me," Haled th lawyer,
"thai wbati his father left New York
the - prtvbau. he (the father) had
stated nothing about inking any cure
and that the trip waa solely for bualn
purpose and that hi father would b
back by Dec. II, 1912."
The dcposltl.1.1 contain twenty-four
page of queaiton to Mora by A
Lcvlng Whately of No 17 Ldnuoln Inn
Fields. fcoibtOBi Wet who wan dlroOtad
by Justlc Newhurger to examine
Hurts. Kegardlug Culver's claim that
Moras agreed to give hlin lock for
services In negotiating ills control of the
company. Morse's reply to at leas'
twenty questions hearing on that topic
la "I have no recollection of M per
forming any aervlce or of my agreeing
to pay lilm for any service."
"Was there a meeting at which it waa
apcelflcd that yuu would be or became
owner of ;;.is. a'tare nf stock or the
Hudson Navigation Company and that
Murray nnd McCarthy be -sine ow ner
of u.Ouu (hares, and at wh'oh II wa
agreed that Culver BhOUM h IV un
amount of stuck proportionate with that
received by McCarthy and Murray1"
"I have no recollect. on of a auch
meeting at Which any each agi een.e'it
"Old you wn over '.'Ms) :iare of
atock In this company In :?"
"The books of tli nompany will
"What kb." tha largest amojni you
"The hooka nf th company Will now
"Did th defendant. Pater McCarthy.
rnder ervlcee to th II. N. Company
during lfO;.i-oo In advancing and loan
ln muiicin and enabling It to wathr
the financial dopraaslon of buelneia dur
ing thoae years."'
"Th looks ot the company will ghow
MORSE DENIES Ht IS FINAN
Tlie cross-lnterrogatorles dlreoted at
"Are you financially responsible ?"
"Are there not uiiMtlsflod udgmenta
agalnat you In amounts aggregating at
"Have ygj not recently uggid to
your attorney lha; your creditor put
you through laiikruptcyf''
"Wei you not Indicted and convicted
In tho rolled Utatea District Court of
wilfully mlaapplytug log funds of u nu
tlonu! bank and making faisu IB trial
with intent to Injure und deliuud and
deceive the ekatnlneu and were you
not sentenced lo a term uf fifteen
"The records Will ahow."
I'nder ro-dliect lnteirogutor.es Morse
wss a.-li ' If hi "toted any el'enuat
Ing circumstances or facts regarding
Igch of ill fJ'ir cros Interrogatories.
If. ..... ,!.u.l in m. h lien nasltiin as fol.
I "1. I ttave not had time to sattle up
I ELECTIONS AND MEETINGS.
! Ntifi. 'BTsTBtsTlrtif" TllViWTCrBT iuiisi
ui.-at itig uf tlai Mflekluildfrj ol lite .stun
Ptiiaty iTiayllfla and Ws'er e.ti'i'lr t'osisos iUI
p liel-l at tile Nev. York efft V of 'It. .ximi'ln,.
n l,UUB, NO. SO W sit strif. pseseug 01 Mtn
rlevsju o sloe in i jotaniiia, lor ill. i-oi, .
. I ulai'lin. .II.MI..M f.lP tl.l . .. W . Al .11.1 111
the t urt'i urn 01 I-s..." o.
.l.oil ie i.i -rv ..th. .list nre.il
nw.'tlnir, sikI to
.. 1 n . mi. ainpr
. oeie bslois salJ sjest
. ,. a. '.. meet
'"'lleasd Js. 10. iaia.
mt affaire owing to tmprlaonmoat and
"2. 1 here are three Judgment agalnat
me. two of which are owing to my hav
ing guaranteed people' arcounta and
indorsing note, and are not due to my
"I. I have never filed a petition In
bankruptcy or ao far taken any legal
proeeedlnge along those llnee"
"Will ou state any aatenuatlng cir
cumstances arising out of your con
viction' aoa asiked.
"d below," waa Moree arwar.
'tvera not a iara nuuiuar oi counta
in MttlutnaAtd tiuuwa outf"
in circuit Court uf Appeals only
contirme-a fourteen, 1 betiev, out of
Did yo gBVajf wilfully mlaapply fund
of any bank'"
"I nver did wllfuSy or olherwlaa
mlaapply tonus of any nans."
"Did you ver mass a Isaac entry la
a national bank wiin inlnt 10 dece.ve "'
"1 uaver mad or caused to be mssd
any laaee euiir un ine uouKa ot a na
tional Bank 10 injure ur drtaud or Oe
veive an exeminur thereof."
"Did His tioiiaaa.'lnMi eel forth in tn
cross lninugatury relatuig to the false
uotry snow a eironi to tne oankf"
"Th proata were many inousanda of
"1 It not a fact that all the acta
raJKd on By th Oovrnmni were don
by Mr. (Juris, rrmni of th bank,
and ear not mailer of your peraoual
'1 am aura tbst Mr. Curtis also never
wilfully misapplied any funds or mad
any false eninee to injure the bank or
usceiva any one.
' ettate what soiien. If an, wa taken
by Mr. Tsft, president of lha United
"Mr. Taft commuted my sentence to
expire Jaa. Is. Uli. Th Units! dtatcs
Court of Appeal In their decis.on
stated thai It wa a case fur executive
ciemen.'y which was, I am informed
Each of the twenty-four pages are
signed By Mora and the Commissioner
bsfor whom ne testified. The leeilmony
111 be used In McCarthy's defense to
Culver's cheagee thst Mors aoa a par
ty tu the alleged agreement by Wa.ch
Culver was lo shire In the stock of
the Hudson Navigation Companj.
ilorss s r spile utaln McCarthy's
geftWBa. thai there never was any ageee
Aiewt b reimburse Culver, osp)clally
far ees-tetees rendered during thee time
Culvsr was President of th rompanv.
WOMAN'S THREE WILLS
FI3URE IN CONTEST.
Mrs. Costcllo's Son Declares She
Was Menially Infirm Whfjn
Sbl WroU; One.
Throe wills, said tn have been made
by Mrs. !. .a O. Costello. each ni.'klng
a UlfTerent disposition of her property,
figured In a contest ret r ftirrogute
Cohalan to-dny. Mrs. Costello, who
lived st No. II Cast Btaty-siixlli street,
dlsd .Nov (I lost ut the age of e.ghty
three. Ieav.no; n estate valued at lf.uu,
000. A few Js after lier death s Brill WAI
offered for proluic which divided lypf
estate In equal allures for nor ton,
Harry O i'osrtello, .ur daughter. Mrn.
Anna Oropes. and ths children of a de
ceassxl daue'titrr who v or tnarrlcl to the
I'ev. James I Olllesptsi uf No. :)
Klverefd Drive. HarrT Costello at
once tiled a contest, alleging thst his
mother ndben meniallv Intlnn whan
alie irOW th will and hod been unduly
Mrs l'.'.p-- identified a paper ilcclnreal
to lie will No. J, by the terms of which
Mr. Costullo left Hie bulk of hot pt
erty to her son. Am. nijhcemc.nl was
then made that In a thud will Mrs Cos
tello had left n.ust of lisr property to
BOYS ACCUSEOOF HOLDUP
ALSO CALLED BURGLARS.
Kdward MieX fourteen years old, a
I j:i of f jr uei Kreeholder Jonn H. Hlley,
I nnd William Totnpklt , fifteen, both of
I Hillsdale, N J . nhu were arrested last
1 FYtday fay part: Ipal.ng In the holdup
; of Arthur J. Bjgerer Jr.. n arclMtaot,
t st West .t.i.i.1, were rearrested to-day
1 by Constable Krne.i: Traltior un the
I more ssrlou.H oliargs of burglary. Jus
1 ties flrstt Usued. me warrants 011 00m-
' plaint of Mrs. Marvin D. High, wife of
! a N'"W VorW nnwepaper mn, who ha a
bungalow At lliluidale.
Mr snd Mrs. High re id of a revolver
! rising recovered from tbl the four
j t ..y bandit and Mra. High came her
und Identified II Bg her property. Two
j valiseb.e rifles and J.-welr were stolen
I from 'hs High hOUSSj. Vountf Tompkins,
It I. aald, odmltte.l to Jude Uratt that
they were gu l'y.
The Tompkins boy w-a-i released under
IT.01) I'all and Rllay'a faiher furrilslied
IJ01 for his sun. who hod 10 glvs 11,000
ball on rrlday on the holdup charge.
USnrr. l Levy. Waa Parsnod by
irate HaliPlH Wlelder.
Toe stalrmen. published un Jan. IT
that the man sts'ued by Mrs Ross
Ladner In the Court House waa Sam
uel lorry was erroneous The man Who
waa the victim of the near-stabbing af
fray waa Bonnuel Iidnvr a brother-ln-luw
ol Mrs losdnsr. who appeared as a
witness In tha sou which Mrs. laadner
Is pressing against Samuel IstVy and
Spedal lor Tuesday, the 21st
IIRANfig VtB t'RKAM KIBHRB Taa
series eraaaes direst fres eussir tU
fursls. Bsuraa's ebsereet figs, blsad
sd with suaur cream. IMe -a afk
sslu. sImw ne'VoiNI. BOX IOC
VAN AND CHOCOLATE I OCOANIT
ua etiu-nlsts natorrd. la
Cus sbaiss. 40e..valae ele-
PENNY A POUND PROFIT PLUS PARCEL POST
HjJfjt UmW&mQrmmm9 fom&Jtlmt
rfFX v? . Hb t jj t tb. be m
j Ih be I K bes gt U lb. bos S
I hi bes II lb. bo M -oo
Rotes ujit.ld 10 gfMj. lijt oil spnllestloB. If desired, nsckagee een be lasers
fer Tttji sddllioasl. I'ostal Sete or Curresa-y mast aceoiu pear orders.
l ark Ross, i ortisnut ana oin wrees
n-riu.-. wii. -i.'.w- ww
54 BARCLAY STREET
Cat. Watt Broadway
2 CORTLANDT ST.
Car. Church Street
Para Row ev Nassau Si
At City Hall Pirk
'banker accuses partner
AF FflRnFftY IN CONFESSION
P. S. Garner's Name Affixed U
Document by Goldberg,
ItUOin Auereacn i
at No 121 Basax atraat, ara In th
Tombs on a charge of forgery In ths
flrat degree They ara accussd of forg
ing a aatlafaction place to a mortgag
of 11,00 on a printing plant owBd bj
Auerbach. Auarbaoh pleaded gul
before Jaatlce Ooff In tha Crlmlaai
Branch af tho Jupreme Court to-4a
and placed tha blame on hi partnnr
rho waa Immediately Indicted aad ar
According to the etory told by Aal
tant Dlatrlet-Attorney OMatley. Aur"
bac snd Ooldberg In December,
were abort H.IM0 of IIO.OW thai was de
manded by the 8Ute Banking Depart
rnent as a bond for ihem to oontlnus
business. The two Induced Joseph
HurwIU of No. Ifl lrahm avenu.
Brooklyn, to lend them that amount M
th printrng plant.
In order to obtain the money, It Id
.. - . ... nitiUn
.,' . 1 o. k n wm 1 r aar
an acknowledgment of 13.000 In pay
ment of a mortiraxe h held on th
plant. Auerbach told .lustlc doff that
Ooldberg had signed Cirdnr' nam
to th tlfctlon piece snd tht h
hrmIf had filed It In th Register's
A London Nerve Specialist
Gives This as an
TONA VITA IS RELIEF
pv Tnnir Hk YVnn.irfiil
Action in Relieving
"The other day a friend of mine ssker'
me if I wa not exaggerating slight!'
when I sid Ibat ninrty prr rent, of Ih
city-dwrllrr of America uffer from ner
viiU drliilily," said Julio Heailry Webb
the I union expert, v. I.o i- now connected
with the introduction of the new Ionic.
"I replied that I made tbe atatemmt
after rinse observation.
"My friend said 'I have never been
afflittrd with nerve, in my life. I don't
know what the things are.'
"Tde conversation went on tn other
suliierl. When my friend got up to go
he hi! n shooting paiu in the back
caused by a knob in the back nf his chair
"lie immrilialdy turned whit and.
putting but hand to his back, saidt 'I
believe my k dneys are gettiug out of
order. I well have to go aud ec iny
"Ilrrr wa n man who had been boast
ing a few niinul before lhat he hH
nothing wrong wttg his nerves. He had
not slopueil to think what had ceased
the pain in hi back, but in bis weakened
menial rnnrlitinn, brought on by nervous
deb'lity. had immediately imar'nrd the
worst, nnd if I had not riplainrd the
whole thing to him I venture to state
that Iwdiy be would really be suffering
from organic kidney disease.
"Of course lam not thinking of laying
I list there ure no ditraars outside of the
nerve, but I do emphatically state that
the greater percentage of diseaso ara
Slf-cultivslrd by patient bo are suffer-,
g from nervous drbility. r
"Tons Vita acts as a strong nervous
tonk which not only places the body in
a condition to naturally combat disease
but also make', the body well-nigh in
vulnerable to disease.
"And I m glad to are that the people
of New York are waking up to the seri
cun of nervous debility and to the
great streng'brninK pnwers of Tons
Vita, fi r all the druii .tores are reporting
OA1.V. On IBB. 20. NELLIE. bslord
dauchir of John Duly an 1 Uagy
lliekey. native uf KlUri.bans. County
Kuneral from th rssldenea of her
sunt. Mra. MoCartbr. Bsthune at..
Thursday. Jan. 31. al . A. u .
thanes to St. Vsronlca's Church. Chris
topbsr St. Interment Cslvarr Cm.
HELP WANTED MALI.
Osesrsl suiwristssdsnt for uUoo fsa.
USTl 0s lefsissaiss; SJSBJ ouuurtusll fat rlghl
sun Address II n. 477 wuriM, urtews.
Special tor Wednesday. IU
riNKAi'i'i.K rm it limw-t nasmli
w go fur Ins rtasasssle. te Cabs fee
in. .near, mma is. iwa era
the Msiest estaar alUbaa.
henee a superb eon (set lea.
SDr. vsiue elsewners.
ITALIAN ST VLB HOCOLATE O0J
Fine rrrwm reetrs SStiaunlsty fie
w, cssseiQ wisn
More opre every evenlBS until 11
.'nim until Uf link .
Cor. Fulton St.
147 NASSAU STREET
Bat Bcekaan At Spruce sts
264 W. U6ta STREET
Jat East ol 8th Ave.