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FIGHTING FOR SHIFT IN INTERBORO DEAL
Writ Gives Robin Round Trip Between Island and Tombs
Wiilfcrr- Ha
FINAL
EDITION.
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NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1913.
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I EDITION.
BANKER ROBIN ON ISLAND
FOR ABOUT TWO MINUTES,
GOES BACK
Secret Writ of Habeas Corpus
Takes Him From Peniten
tiary After Registry.
IN ROGUES' GALLERY.
Bertillon Process and Being
Shackled to Burglar Peeve
the Bank Wrecker.
Joseph O. Rotiln, the convicted hank
wrecker, under sentence of one year
In the penitentiary. iai taken to
Black well's Island to-day, registered
a a convict In the books of Warden
Hayes and was then brought back to
the Tombs on a writ of habeas corpus.
The court proceedings In connection
with Robins case Indicate that an ef-
fort Is under way. backed by some In
fluence, to permit him to serve out his
sentence In Jhe Tombs.
Robin, much to his surprise, was
ssntencod to serve a year by Justice I
Beebury In the Supreme t'ourt two
weeks ago, after he had entered a plea
of guilty to stealing funds from the
WaaMTirtoii Having Hank. While It
le asssrted thst no promise had been
made to him. it is known that Robin
expected to get a suspension of sen
tence. Two weeks were given to him
in which to straighten out his busi
ness affairs. Toe time, with an exten
sion of twenty-four hours, granted
yesterday by Justice 1'age, expired
thle morning.
Robin, shackled to a burglar known
ae "Bull" Jennings, was placed In a
prison van and conveyed to the Cor
rection Pier, at the foot of East
Twenty-sixth street, where he boarded
tag boat for Blackwrll's Island.
On the way from the Tombs to the
dock a halt was made at Police Head-
Quarters. There Kobln was photo
irephed. Bertillon measured and cat-
U' II iin ,ii'-t-,'ii ... ii- r nil II IU
William J. I'umintna uf tho Carnegie
Trust Company and former city Cham
berlain Charles II. Hyde, all of whom
were convicted with the aid given by
Robin to the District-Attorney, have
not been photographed for the Rogues'
Gallery, ills experience at Police Heed
quarters was distasteful to the con
victed banker.
Hew. ever, he knei. he was not to f
tnsln on the island As soon as his
pedigree hail beat) taken Warden He as
wei serve 1 by Itobert Ireland, counsel
(or Robin, with a writ of habeas corpus
eommandlni; the production of Robin
before Justice Ooff In the Criminal
Branch of the Supreme Court nt 1
O'clock ttlil afternoon. In obedience !0
the Writ RoWn na hustled back to the
Criminal Court! Building, handcuffed to
a deputy sheriff.
The pr"' ' edlngs before Justice Golf
were brief. ine'mucli as a copy of the
writ had not been served on the Dls-aict-Attorne),
arguments were post
poned until next Thursday morning at
10 o'clock. Then Ihe arguments will
heard by Justice Keebuiy, who sen
tenced RoWn.
at the request of RoMn's attorney
and with 'be COnisnl of Assistant Dlr
trtcl-Attorney Clark, Justice Uoff re
mended Robin to the Tombs. But
DnMn lime Hi n cotntci in tne peni
tentiary oeno ii""'
was registered on Warden Mayes's
(Continued on Kourth Page )
LOUIS BOSSERT DIES ON SHIP
Word i cached New York to-day that
IsMlll 11 mWli owner of the Hotel Bos-ssi-L
in Hi"oklyn, die 1 on board the
Steamship Cleveland on she was ap
proaching the Uoldn Uate, San Fran
cis d tin ld of her round-the-world
jouiiie- Mr. Hossert'e son, t.'harlcs
Bee ierl, erlio bis been anno -laird Willi
n ha lumber business, Marled
for sat. Franolsvo this morning.
Mr. Bnssart, who mad.- mllUoilt from
his lumbei business In Long island
.1ty.
I,, im , puron tied we ismous ooun-
try estal
,r .i mi it Ifssen iijdo ior u
orice that
, . said i ' oi oi ins nsisu
xon,oui, ii wan a former
borboo.i
commodore of the Jamaica a 'i
Club and ..mod the yacht Coronot,
..v...... niut inter nurcnasvu "-
ssssss
Wrsaik VV. (Klljaill n
rianford
.H the "lfOlV
Qhoal and I's" Boclstl
-.ti for tlu Par (el OB board the
wire plOkfd up nearly
agbooner and
farred.
10 THE TOMBS
WORKING WOMEN'S
AVERAGE WAGE IS
LESS THAN $6.50
I'U.aa i':"u.. f tu... 1
i uicc-ni 1115 01 i tit in iclcivci
a Smaller Amount Weekly,
Consumers' League Is Told.
Three-fifth of the workdut women of
New York who nre over sixteen years
of ngr receive weeklc waxes of PVM or
lss. aecordlns: to figures compiled by the
jfonsimiers' I.'-asjie. At least 33 per cent,
of theso women Native, wage of be
tweeii l an.l V' weekly.
TT.ls startltt'K annonnement was m.tde
by Mrv Frederick Math in. president of
I the Larue. to-day at lbs twenty-second
annual mcetinK. held at the Hotel Aa'.or
Aibram I. Kllma. MHIRM' for the fttata
fnotory Investlgslitr; committee; Miss
Mary I-Aiulee amherlaln. Wrm Invcstl
Katcd child tabor conditions in .he c an
neries of the Mate Inst summer, and
fjiuuiMary Antln, w li ha tie en a worKer
In behalf ol Irani sr.itii Klrle. were the
other speakers.
"The' Consumers' League bss for years
been stating that the saleswomen In de
psrlment stores were not earning a liv
ing wage,'' nald Mrs N'athan.
'The Vlc-('otiimlsslon of Clileogo
found that many dissolute wmen of the
city were started on their downward ca
reer through not having been given a
wage sufficient to keep body and soul
together. .lane Addam, a member of
the hlrago Commission, emphasise
thst many came from department stores
where low wages arid temptations, fa
tigue and long hours, ruthlessly pushed
them Into reckless pleasure and caused
their downfall. Pitch facts as these have
awakened people to the need of a mini
mum wage."
Mr Nat:. an added that a thorough
Investigation of tire hainrds in stores
was needed, In the matter of early
closing of shops at Christmas time, she
said, there had been a backward step.
'Our sub-committee M laundries pub.
ll'hed an Interesting lesfict, showing
eonesMoat under which .'lothes ere
hi M am' iron8 in our city laundries,
It should be read by every house
holder.'' eontinued Mrs Nithan.
"There are at present sixty-five man-ufa-turers
using the label of the Con
sumers' League. The League believes
that this label Is a distinct service to
the community as Ions ss there ts no
protocol In the white-goods trade and
no protocol label."
BROOKLYN PHYSICIAN
HELD IN OPIUM CASE.
Dr. ( iokkteln and Three Txliers
Allowed '" He in I e.iiic
. With a Chinaman.
Lee Smp stood on the middle span of
BrooVbu Bridge a fc days ago a.ld,
In the plaintive sc ent of Kwangtiin.g.
saiiK love songs ot atnay.
As a djsreol result of bee Hlng's poppy
fantasy four w hite in n were arraigned
before Halted States 'ommUsluier Jolm
, fihlelds In the I'edcral Building to-dar
on Hie charge of vlolutlng the laws rcg
ularlng the manufacture and sale of
opium. The Hecret Kervlce men tubs
aught lei King aiul wotiK-d from the
baupy laiuidrymun hack to the men al
leged to be In league uith him in the
forbidden trade.
Abraham Goldstein, a phys1-lan of So
IIS Henry street, Brooklyn. Isldo:
Goldstein. Nathan I'llrich and BUM
UUokateln were the fottf men held by
the Commissioner tills afternoon. Ii
Hlnu Is in Raymond street lad, Brook
lyn It in . barged against I r Gn.
ste n thai lie give Ullrich h prescription
on .Ian. ':. upon which I'llri.Ji purtraMOfi
tblrt.' no iioU of iu n opium fi.cn l ie
wholoaiUa drmr hr:n of Hlntoi A
AiiHMi.l f No. J. Third av.-nii.' .oi.umb
iu put half of Nee Voir to sleep. T
others, ii in alleged, awes conoemsil In
Mltlng thll opium to le-e slnx for mamr
faeture into 1lie gmoklng prndU I-
Dr. OllolWtSln was held In tLVO bad
I'llrich in "'. hlllas irli k-i. i in Vjo
and Uuldsteln In l.l.
PANAMA CANAI. ( HI IMK-.
TlriUI, u . Wllnri an I fullstl I ' -nut i0 nt
AM. UStS it THE WOHI.O Hum
nt'KKAl'. A". J.. Puliuet IWorldl Builiiof H.
m ruk kce. N. T. Peooe Besksua eugo. Ads.
BEHIND BARS. HERO
OF "THREE WEEKS"
Paul Allen, Original of Charac
ter in Elinor Glyn Romance,
Is "Done With Them."
CAUSE OF HIS TROUBLE.
Refused to Dance With Girl,
So She Had Him Arrested on
"Fake" Charge, He Says.
"Hell has no fury like s woms
scorned."
Psul Allen. Piinoe de Clalrmont or j
Charles Robinson (take your choice of
a name) so declared from his cell In I
the Tombs to-day, and with these
words the world was told that "Baby
Paul," hero of Elinor Glyn's 'Three
Weeks," was done with women. To I
women the erstwhile Prince attributes
Ids detention In the city baatlle. He i
was sent to the Tombs a week ago by
Magistrate Corrlgan on the complaint
of Patsy Arlington, a cabaret dancer.
who vows ths "adorn hie Paul" stole
her watch.
"It's all-er what you ould call a
franieup." continued Paul. "In Eng
land such a thing Wijuld never be bat
erated. A woman Is Jealous of .me. I
refuse to dance with her. What does
she do for revenge? Has me arretted '
and locked up In prison. It la terrible,
horrible, unspeakable. What must my
friends think of me? The humiliation '
l,i mi- m l, 1m I. , , ,, i. , !.!
The tall blond haired, blue eved
youth waxed llorpient as he talked.
And such terrible things have been
said of me since my arreit A pollce
iii i - has dared to accuse me of t arry
ing a powder puff and a rouge hox
Do I look as If 1 Used anything on niv
face? Do I? 1 certainly do not."
PAUL SAYS HE'S A POET AND
NOVELIST.
"Ba-bee. b.i-bee Paul." drawled a
voice from the tier below.
Paul Ignored it and hurried Into
another proteatatlon of his Innocence.
They nre saying I am a pseudo-
prince, thnt I have no right to my
title. Some one will suffer for this
statement, when I am out of this place.
All that I want now Is my liberty and
I will prove that I am everything !
claim to ue. I'm part English and
Busslati and my title cornea to me from
my mother's family. fhe was Russian
and French, with the death of say
father, our estate dwindled Into not i-
fng and I have had to earn a llv nir
bar wrl'ing. I write loie stories and
poems The Archer In Ills Garden' la
ane o( my best poems. Then I have
written a story called "The Revelation !
f Ruth.' a tale of I Russian Jewess
Now, I'm writing another book called
The Disturbing Rplrtt.' Its on Amerl
an and Kngltsh life, and after title
experience, I will hae all toe atmoa-
phere.
"Mrs. l)lyn was in Inspiration to
write. I have known her f,,r maMy
many years. She and my mother were
great friends in London together. Her
own book of Three Weeks' Is taken
from a true story -the stdry of my life,
the one great romsnce that man Is giv
en only once In a lifetime and some !vu
at all I was m Switzerland at tic
time and to was Mrs. Glyn, but of
use you know the atory. It was
very, very sad, but very, very true.
LOST DANCING COSTUMES WITH
TITANIC, HE DECLARES.
"When I'm released 1 shall take up
my dancing again. 1 adore the old
Greek, Persian and Roman dances.
They are poetry. Itself I had aonu
wonderful costumes to do them In, too,
but they were lost In ths Titanic. They
ooat me KM na now I m Peuper.
The "prince's" cellmate, James He
bron, waiting to be tried for grand lar
ceny, handed raul a c',irette.
"They're all very kind to me heie,'
said the "prince," ' but for all that 1
wish I might find some one who would
s.o my bell and Hike my talenta us gel
curlty."
MISS RACHEL HILL A BRIDE.
Daughter of Itnllrnnd tlagnstr Hie
Unlnt Vseddlna la Bti i'aal.
HT. PAl'L, Minn.. Jan. If. Midi Ra
chel Hill. dnUtnler of Mr. and Mis
.lames J. Dili, and Dr. Kg 1 1 Boc.ui,,nn,
were married fci-day. Only a few ri la-
tives and dose Memis attended the
wedding. ITbioh took place at the Hill
iionie.
The Rev, Thoipaa Olbena of tit Luke'i
Chtiri'h. officiated. Di. Roo-Umaiiii is n
Itmw MlanvsuU loulball aiau.
RAGES AT WOMEN
V Blue Grass Beauty9 Whose Reno
Divorce Is Attacked by Husband
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MILLIONAIRE FOX !
ATTACKS DIVORCE
WIFE GOT IN RENO
Contends 'Blue Grass Beauty'
Is Still Legal Spouse in
Fight to Keep Son.
What presages a sensational lego!
fight, in which tho validity of a Reno
divorce decree may be filially deter
mined In this Slate, was begun before
Justlee lien. In k to-day, when Mrs.
Margaret Hltt Fox, on. e known in j
If SSI UMllQ lis tin- "Blue Grass Beauty," I
started the Judicial wheels In motion
to recover the custody uf her son, Hugh
t'orby l oi. ji .. orbO is now in s French j
school.
I'ndsr t ie terms ot a Nevada decree
of April, IC12. Mrs. Fox bad her mar
riage to Hugh Corby Fox, a millionaire
manufacturer of railway suppllea, I la-
solved with a provision that she ahouldj
have the permanent custody 0f tneir,
child and 117?. a mouth for maintenance,
t'orby refused to surron.ler the child
and questioned the Jurisdiction of tbo
Nevada court. He threatened lo ex
ose his former wife as a non-resident
of Keno when she got her decroe, if
.she persisted in claiming young Hugh,
who ts now eight years ol.
Ressvrdleei nt bar tHjsbaad'i threats.
Mrs. Fox Ingtfsjuted Forater and "un-
nlngbani, tier In a yers. to proceed, and i
b-day a motion was taken under ad
visement reiiilrlni Mr. Fox to return
tin rblld to the Jurisdiction of the New
York courts. Mr. Fox through Ills
counsel, John F. Mclnlyre, tiled a brief
Inviting Mm i 'iiurt's attention to a de
cision made I Supreme, t'ourt Justice
Mills, In West -heater County loud week,
in which that Justice held a Iteno de
cree worthless and granted a divorce
to Mrs. Mary leiinlngs ber-muee her
husband, Dr. Jam SI G. Jennings, had
remarried on the strength of a Nevada
decree he had obtained.
It la said to be the father'a intention
to show ibut Mrs. F x bad not resided
in Nevada rtors than two months at th.
time t tie decree was t itered Mr Fox
lias no deslf S to resume the maiital
relatloiis, bul Is dstt 'mined, :.is counsel
aid, t tain puaeeaslun ', ihelt
Id,
even it lie had lo prove thai Mis. Fox
g Still his i lie ()) lollllfl 'OK the beV
Hd i decree. Hi I rlber I'lalnta thai thu
Nevada colli ts bad no juils.il n.,n over
him
W lial m av bi a high'., Interesting
pyonndlnd - the fatber'a Inlentloni if
he falls tu rOVtrM Ibtl lUUO J ldu.e:it,
to go into ihe inerlli of tin dnnrdlbn
hip of thu oblUli regardleea ot the
inatriiu.iui.il doerei a Id. h pu ts Ihe
..mill . lie AG) Insui h lawyers t
I tttale, that loi all rsslMM he should be
IsUlviwud iw kacii ua ia ttls vus
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BRYAN DENIES TALK
WITH ALEXANDER WAS
ON CABINET POSITION
No Attdntion, He Says, Should
Be Paid to Report He Has
Accepted Office.
MIAMI, ria. Jan. Declaring that
Henry K. Alexander of Trenton, N. J.,
did not call upon him on political busi
ness. William J. Bryan to-day replied to
reports sent out from Miami to the ef
fect that Mr- Bryan tins glTen assur
ances that he would accept tho port
folio of. Secretary of Mate In the Wilson
eabinsl Mr. Bryan dictated ths follow,
ing:
No sttentlon whstever should be paid
to sii' h reports as sent oirt from Miami
last night. No frlaiid would presume
o apeak for me In suh a matter, and
no ,,, whr ,,,,, ,,,, to ,pNlh fo(.
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for granti-d that President-elect Wilson
will give out anything he wants pub
lished, and I will give mil anything I
want published. Neither of us should
be held lesponsible for what anybody
says.
"Kpeaklng for rnvsetf, I do not care
to discuss unauthorised reports. Mr. Al
exander did not call upon political busi
ness and our conversation was about an
entirely different matter."
0'RYAN ENTITLED
TO MILITARY PAY
DENIED HIM BY DIX.
Atiorney-Cieiieral Rulfs That He
Acted Uikler Conway's Order
.ind Must Get Money.
U.n.VNY. Jan. 30. -That Ufajor-flen
J din F. O'Hyan la entitled to pay for
military duties performed pursuant lo
an order lssur.1 bv l.teut -i iov. t'onwnv
at acting Etovernor while Oov, I'lx was
in Huron laai Mn. is the Sainton ol
j Atlomey-tleneral I'armody, announced
.,..i.i. former A4JuMntQneral Vsr
t,e'- i stliasd io approve th.- vounhen
Hit. ii presented snal Ibui aoUon ntni up-
Ill-Id bv lioV Utg.
tody, none thu least bvmg bfct nnan 111
i ondltion.
Mia fOUi who rst'Snlll ret inosl to
N.. York, dots not kn-.w where her
child Is at pre . ni, sltli .ugb sue al
leges, on Inform. ifloii .tud bid.ef. that
the bo is in I'sris. In th1' custody ft
oua -l uai buabaada talent ie.
NARROW ESCAP
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IN ROCKEFELLER
Chemist Buried Under Debris
in Strange . Explosion and
$ 1 ,000 Instruments Ruined.
HOSPITAL IN DANGER.
Word Quickly Passed That
Damage Was -Confined to
Room of Laboratory.
An explosion occurred on the second
floor of the five. atory lahirratory build
ing of the Rockefeller Institute, at Ave
nue A and hi xi v -sixth street, this after
noon. The room was empty at the
moment, A chemist named I .a Forge.
who had been working In the laboratory,
had Just stepped out and rinsed the
door. In many laboratories are delicate
combinations of ohemtcala which ex
plode upon ths slightest jar If dry. It
Is supposed at the Institute that such a
mixture bad been neglected and that
ths slight jar of the door closing behind
the chemist had set It elf.
Whatever the cause, the resulting
crash waa heavy enough to blow out
every window of the story where Ihe
explosion happened and knock down the
partition between the laboratory and
the entry reees. Into whtoh Mr. las
Forge had Just gone. Tho falling par
tition fell on the chemist and knocked
htm down. He crawled out from under
it unhurt, bui thoroughly irlghtened,
end ran down Into the Institute yard
Meantime Mupertntedent Jaunea, the
toy tnasnearer of the hospital, had teJe
Tdioned to Firs Headquarters for holp,
and, assisted by ths telephone girl.
Miss Holey, had oallod up every floor or
the main building. Irt wflluh is ths ex
perimental hoeplteJ. and had notified all
phyalolans and attendants that whatever
damage there waa haul (Men ootstasd to
the laboratory and there was no dan
ger anywtoere else.
Before ths city engines arrived the
employees of the Institute had smoth
ered the flames of a email fire which
had been caused by the falling of a
wooden rank across ths dame ef a
Bunacn burner on one nt the 'benches
of the teiboratorv
The shock of. ths explosion, whlob
rocked all the buildings of the Institute,
destroyed Instruments and special cru
cibles and wasted valuable chamlcals
valued at about 11,000 by the hospital
authorities.
Chemist La Forge, after he recov
ered from his panic, said that he
could not make a guess even st the
cause of ths explosion, except that he
waa sure ths compound which had ex
ploded was none of his mixing snd
that .he did not know there was such a
mixture In the room.
MOTHER DIES OF POISON
TAKEN AT SON'S FUNERAL.
Mrs. Johnston Falh Anion)!' Mourn
ers After SNsullowiiiK Lltfe
Dose ot Iodine.
While the mourners st the funeral of
illeisbert Johnston, fifteen years old, of
o 13 Fulton street, Uronkh n, were as
sembled at the Johnston home this af
ternoon, the boy's moiher. Mrs Mary
A, Johnston, became suddenly 111 and
fall to the floor A hurry call was sent
to the Hwedtsh Hostdtsl bv Mrs. John
ston's ImSharid and sua was removed
there.
About n hour after her admlaelon She
died from what Coroner's I'hyalcian
Wuast declared was Iodine polsonlns.
At the Johnston home it wus said that
since her son died suddenly from ..cuto
rhesjmatiani on Tussda Ust Mra Jonn
ston, who was forty yrsr sold, had
been melancholy and complained olt
t.rly of her loaa. She had, however,
sdvrn no Intimation tltat ahe in'enderl
ud her life.
Hal SSrl Johnston sr de. laied thst the
dose ol I. .dine must have been taken
socidsntadllf.
sable sea ash in toMlMppi
Charlea A. Hililer.n, forme: M.ior of
Brooklyn, announced, Kssierday he would
maki: a IKMNO Sift to lh U itlnuan Theo-
loifiual petnlnary at Mount Airy, PbU1
tslphla, I'Vrty thousand dollars w.n b
used to nidow ,t prof. s.-i. k'i.li a'ld llil.Oiu
to provide a home for lb. man selm-tsd,
who may be I'rof Charlea Jacobs of
a.Uentowa r..
FOR RACING SEE PACE 11,
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sal -' Akkst. alanaU CaadU Oo.-Mrv
CLINIC BLOW-UP
SERVICE BOARD TAKES
UP INTERBORO JOKERS
PEALED BY 'SCAMPS'
Conierrees, Having
Change Contrac t With B. R. T., Now
Considering Deal With Other
Wing of Traction Monopoly.
DICKERING OVER TERMS
AT A SECRET SESSION.
Willcox Confident the Contracts Win
Be Rushed Through and Signed Be
fore His Successor Takes Office.
Th. toamp oritiet having forced flvu okert ntlrely out Mi
three jokers partially out of the B. R. T. subway oontraot, at
tention of the oonferreee is now called by The Evening World Ii
n ink-are. in the Interhorouoh oontraoL
The Evening World presents the modifications already made
n th r R. T. contract that have been mad and Him mm
ought to be made in the Interborough oontraot to the epeotal
attention nf MaVQT GaVtlOT and Others Who ham nnyrtaatstsad
that the contracts before amendment fully protected the city.
. H,r nre the Inurboroaan Wax .re
GOV. WILSON CONCEDES
ONE INAUGURAL CUSTUm;
HE'LL WEARi SILK HAT.
Recalls that He Was Uncomfortable
When Wearing One in Re
viewing State Troops.
t ft .V"PfN. Jan. S.-Oov. Wilson
announced to-day thst lis would wsar a
silk net when reviewing the Ineuaural
parade In Waehlnrton on Man h k
"I suppose I'll have to oonceoe ina
, h t custom." hs ssld. "Ths only
time I erer felt uncomfortable as Oov-
ernor of Now Jersey was the day I
or a silk hat and set on a horse
reelewlna; the troops at Bee Oirt a
year ago ' have worn a felt hat on
every oe-aalon atn.e thin.''
The lTesldcnt-elect expects to begin
work on his tnauamraJ address In a few
days. When asked If ho had made any
further plane tor his Irexiururairloii be
,h...i smlttna. that h.i haul decided
to wear a silk hat when reviewing; the
'nana oral parode.
BECKER CASE POLICEMAN
ON TRIAL, IS OFF HIS POST.
l-11e, Who Was in the Metropole
When Rosenthal Was Shot,
Faces ChaiRC..
Patrolmen William J. File, attached
to the Beet Slxty-sevcnt i street station,
who flsured prominently In tho Rosen
thsl cose, was placed on trial at JVilW
Headnuarters to-day on a ehame of
helm: off post, peimty Comnitsaionsr
mion hesrd the evidence and annouuccl
thst oe eould rraorve decision.
Kile was dlnlns In the Metropole at
Ihe time 'hat Rosenthal was called to
the entrance of tne Itotel and abot to
death by the four sunnisn. The pout
man testified at the Booker trial that hs
rsn Into the street and tried to capture
ths (titmun as t icy were spraptsVJ In the
krav automohlle.
fapL Dssntntek Ilenr.' of the Fast
FlftJ seventh street station, swore that
Kile was off ds sist In fifth avenue,
between riff. -ninth and tlity-thlrd
streets, for an bnir on Jan I II. Flic's
le'enks was sudden Illness.
BETTER THAN A DOCTOR.
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. time le art a
i . ii. .h Fun."
iqer'a World, ita
arrs. .troll atarlsa
Irlsks, a . ., ac,,
sbyslolan nun
he sees y.s.1 laUO
ii as a kins" tor
ani le kas a bat
irmsd. Ordsr th.
tr t.tih ii-' 0q
mofl I ietsi fuituv ui ' 1
qulpe i ltMI. 1'u.avl-
M ' In.islH n r fmi
I . il l h 'IIV A ti. n
until ) -hi air ' ah tietT
i DtiNN ' . hi KfMl mi' I
mi ra' le hat I n utrt
Miisl4kV VVwf'sl i. jui rtai
iivA.Uvai.i in ad
Been Forced to
com a to work
session this afternoon.
aseipsas.it ef the
way to be paid fas- sen
n a a lie aa
aalawa Tssui - a
nat, ae swwnded fee la paw-
pistldsd for la the easav
sal aetata heswtof ore
of twtae, as
la the
tract,
of 91
OWf.
borousTb aot to be ekaigssl tat eosv
etruotloa, aa prortaed for la the
eeatraot.
ke piortsloB for past dspre
ctattoa tspoa subway eatpaiaat
provided for by the latosseiwsurh
ansae ei ey she Stty.
w.tiNw mar to op
to be itaUted to a tsrxa ef flee
years, aad aot -Vlmtltd aa la the
oontraot.
Tke provlstoa aa to tks opssa
tloa of ssteaatoaa to be xa unified
la favor of the otty.
Control of city over ooaapeay'e
eapeaditaiee to be etreartaeasd.
HIFT8 THAT WERE FC.-.CED IN
I. R. T. DEAL.
Hero le how tho public ha, coma out
la tho proposed modifications la the
U. K. T. subwsy contracts
Oauurra t tu oosOaunri
stvs-oaat fare to Ooney lalaad
to tabs asTsot when tke stty's Usee
to Ooasy lalaad ate eosxplsted.
Instead ef Jan. 1. ItlT, or eoxae
later date. '
Tke term of supply eoatraeta of
op. rati ay eompaalea to ke "-ntlxS
to three of Bee years last .ad of
unlimited, ae la the ooatreet,
Oompaay'e traekatTe rtrkts over
the city's subways to be Untlted
In oaaa of recapture, lasts ad of
unlimited as provided la ths
tsjn tract.
Ooatreota for operatloa of
Queens Uses to be epprc ad ths
same Urns subway ooatracta are
approved.
The penal tloa ta the caas oi
default to ke atreasTtmsBed so that
the city's ta tarsal easy be xaors
adequately proteetse.
Tb.
tree.
e eeatraot to aw late sftwas
ksa tke issaiak atseaae Ma, aa
oaelatwa. and aot to be ,i,ai a
nU the aew soMaM e-- . ta
flntahed.
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