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$18,000 POLICE GRAFT IN THIEF'S LOOT
Trust Plans for More Millions as Subway Fight Ends
W llATKKIt-Kalr lo-nleht anil saadari colder.
WRATHKHtlr lo-alaet Bad aadan eelder.
J Circulation Books Open to All." I
"Circulation Books Open to A1L
PRICE ONE CENT.
CeerrUht. lain. . TIM rmi Pabllaarlae
C. (The Mew Vet W arid I.
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1913.
PRICE ONE CENT
"BIG Bill" KELIHER SAYS
POLICE HERE GOT $18,000
IN $185,000 FARO SWINDLE
Former Lieutenant Got $200 a
to Protect Gang's
NAMES OTHER GRAFTERS
Bank Clerk Coleman Not the
Only Victim Trimmed for
A tWUhmlOD m. nil In Huston by
Big MM" Kellot.. Um conlilence
nan,, who Is MrviBI an eighteen year
UTtu In Cliarleatowu penitentiary for
n. during George W. Coleman, a youth
ful dart In the Nutloual City Bank
if Cambridge, to steal fl8r.,000 from
the I ii i i tut inn und loM It In a fake
:aro game In tbU city la agl
tiling a nuuih'r of pereona In Vow
York. Koiiher. It It i.ndrrstood. has
made a gomPtatg statement of htm ac
: ! vlttea l:i the Ceman and otfeer
' ju's, giving many n a ties and 'd
draMM among tli nu the names of
Now Yorkers, some of whom are on
lie police fonv or retlnl on a poll :e
Onl) general outline of Keliher'c
unsssslofi has been made pubtt& Kail
.r telis how ha worked In eonoort with
iirtin J. Welsh, probably Ike woai
r i-oflclrnt "anorl card" man In his llni
in rot'jiiu n nlv t'oleman but other
iiuaton reeldento, some ut thrai ol great
Importance in the life of tiie city.
Kellher says tint Walsh, arho died
suddenly in lha Sontma Apartment,
fifty-fifth Itraal and llroadway. Oct.
mn. ,.,, ii fake gambling bouse
, tr: geventy-eeoonJ street and dealt
crooked faro game tbara under trio
mm of "Ja.'k Leonard." To tli'.a pin "e
a me Kellher with Iki eatnn oeopic.
I'oMo oeacera protected the place, ac
aordlng Id Kelihar. among the-m a Heu
lenani who collected regularly.
LIEUTENANT COLLECTED 200
EVERY NIGHT OF GAME.
This lie u ten i n t l said to have b;i
aid HN awry lime a "Bucker" was
ought over from Boston and
trlmnieil." Coleman, the Cambridge,
'ink clerk, made aoana ninety trip lo
New York, and out of tlieao alone the
I t-uunant i alleajed by Kellher to have
i rot ted to the estivnt of l.0n
When the defalcation of Colema'i
waa discovered ami he made a confes-
loa implicating Weill Walah. who
waa well known In Boston aa In
New York, disappeared. Kellher claims
Walah waa In New Y'ork all the Una
while detectives were ostcnelbly sculli ng
the workl for him. Walah dropped
lead of acute Indlgeatlon In the So
noma In the apartment of a friend,
where ho had been living with his
wife, and thla was the first Intimation
.he police had, they claimed, of nla
According lo Kelliier's confession,
Walsh took the bulk of the money
fUOhOd from wealthy dupes and died
worth about ISet.OM, which la now In
Mia possession of Ills widow. Kellher
ay Weigh was thu bruins uf the plot,
kind was accuetomed to hoaat that lie
could do anything short of murder In
Sew York, he. ause he had the police
And I guess be did," add the bunoo
.au. lai atier I oicuiiih ana 1 war
(Continued on Second Page)
KANSAS CITY JUDGE
HOLDS EDITOR NELSON
GUILTY OF CONTEMPT.
KANSAS ?1TT. Fob. l.-Wllllam It.
Vrlaon, edlloi- and uwnt-r of the Kansas
CltV Star, was thla afternoon pro
nounced guilty of contempt of court b)
.Mdtce Joaeph A. (tuthrle of Dlvlalo'i
m of the Jaokson I'ounty Court.
Mr. Kelson waa cited for contempt
r.,lowliiR the publication uf an article
I atlng tliat the payment of attorney's
lees was aiven preeedence-uve:- the pi'V
ment nf ahmony In a divorce auk re
cently tried In the Circuit 1'ourt.
Ncloun aa alien a senlence of "n
lay in the county Jail. Attorneys :'oi
rim piibllaher applied Immediately for .1
writ of habaai uoraos lo icf,i VaTrau
oiH ol Jail, pending an ppel to hi
ilata iaVBiaitt wear , ,
BOY SCOUTS FIND
BODY OF MISSING
Revolver and Bullet Wound
Tell of Suicide in Woods
VANISHED MONTH AGO.
S 1,00ft Reward Ottered and
Long Search of City Failed
to Bring a Clue.
A party of Boy Muouts. utkiu
throuith th wood nasi- Vogel BtroCt
and IJnlon Turnpike. Jamaica, this nf
tarnoon stumble) gefaga th body nf
Ferdinand II Cook. iHliouisn and lec
who v.inlshed rr.im hli , u,,lmoIlun. reopie saying furewella for
Vst Knd avenue Miin. 401 ,,verythlng but tiie woman who had
batten, Jan .1 it under myaterloua
clrcumstsiv e Thare wes 1 hulleMiol ;
In Cook's left tmple and by Ms aide
lay a rusty revolver. T.;e body had
apparently lain where It was found ,..,
1 long time.
A re.war. of N,0 wai offered for la.
formation abOUl Pooi soon site ha fl la. I
appeared, leaving hla wife and five idiii
dran ooaaplelely In Hie Uai! ns to his
motive for ran leiilng, Ma laft his home
on the ninm'ng of his niaaingaraiiiig.
BgyVll Ii wti going to Tark & Tdfurd s
gfooery sto -,.. ga 'aaty aaoond sn-eet . ad
GMvasoua gvaaua, it wn afterward ,is
eartalnad tnat he never went tiiere
CITY WAS SEARCHED IN VAIN
FOR MISSING MAN.
Conk dlaepaearance followed ov
a search of the city that lasted without
ceaslr; (III all hope of Andlng lilm was
gone. James Heeniao Aldrlch. his fath-r.
In-law. offered the reward for inform 1
tlon leading to the discover, of Cook:
hut nobody came forward to claim it.
Arthur 'm. Miller, the leiuler or he
patroJ of llo Scouts that found 'he
badVi 'eft some of his troops to gu,irl
It wlilie he rsn at top speed to the lu
malea poll -e station. When he returned
with detectives and an Investigat or
was made the nolle sal 1 iliat C'ik a-is
undoubtedly dead by Ii s own hand.
Ills rings. WatOfe and and stnaiil sum
of miney were found in his slothing,
and he also wore a badge Of the lie
part ment o Parks. n!th which he aai
formerly connected, beating the nuu -ber
Cook, who was rlfty-one years old.
ram here from Chicago, and both In
that city and Hoston wher he had
alao lived, Ih police were on file look
out for him lie was a member of
the Hons of the Revolution and the
Society of Colonial Wars.
When h left his home Cook tim .Hist
recovering from a sever Illness and had
had oin or two slight atticks uf
aphasia. lis relatives said to-da
that they luppoged tint during one
o these seliures he wandered to Ja
maica and ended his life It could no!
be learneil if he made a practice uf
TO ARREST MRS. HENDERSON
WAHaNNfiTON'. Feb. I -A wa'ia,
for th arrest of Mrs. John U Mendel
aon, wife of Ih former Culled State
Senator, aoiriely leader and matron
"Henderson Castle," charging her e.t
despoiling city proprety, was aUed liiis
afternoon. Mrs. Henderson appeared m
pollne OOUTI early to-ilax' and was I
wttns for tan of bgr iabursia n ho
felled a ayestnoe tree near "Hender
son Ogatle" while Mrs. Ilcndr.t son stood
by In a driving rum and mini dire,
judge PttaVb nnd Ilia laboiera III
each ami tavaraly orltleleed ofTlclala of
the Dlatrlei Of Columbia Who !i"ld UP
a formal warrant againsi thi looiaty
"Unjust dtaoflmlnatlon ueia a rtob
and poor,'' aald the Judge in lha en
focxement of the criminal statutes U
the cause of murh of the so ial un est
n tni eounlry '
iyi9M u rsykjit .
WOMAN CRAZED BY
LEAPS FROM SHIP
Plunges From Deck of Cymric
as She W as About to Re
turn to Ireland.
SAVED BY HUMAN CHAIN.
I Quartermaster Jumps After
Her and Rescue Rope
Proves Too Short.
H was almost ending tlnw for the
White taj- liner Cymric 11-day w'nn
lha arowde oa Ilia dock at rier 6u.
N01 in Htver, and on the ship's upi er
duke noUeed a slight woman, whose
nl''H were red from cryiiuf. being lmif-
draagad, iiaif carried up tho gangplanh
leading to the iteereaa quarters by
thick-set man who n.ppeaied to be sign
ing with her. dure behind the couple
were three hlldrcn.
ttlddagly tl wum.in guv a vio.ent
Wrench and broke loose from the man
who was con luctiug her up the gang
plank. Then with a shrill scream she
btirlad :icxs;r from th gangway and
pill g4 dowg to the water between t he
, hlp'.- aide and the dock. It Wba a drop
I ".' lull." .leen (aut.
j At th same Instant the woman leaped
1 "ii of I be children tried to follow her.
j The man grabboil the child In time to
I aav it.
Instantly the a hole big hlD was In
J"1"?0- Bsoltenient raa hlgb aloaat too
l ,:very one started shouting at
onc w!,lle tron l!'e water the woman,
10 lollld aupport hersu:f, kepi up a
' "'tlnun is scieamlug.
'" ,nl8 confusion a tall young uuarter-
m,,tW M,al"llnK M1 the head of the gang-
" "veu Ids way through the cruall
and WlUtOUl hesitation jumped over
alter the woman. Me was John Hurdle!!
of the Cymrl . twenty-one
alraad) the possessor of
ears old mid
1 medal for
REACHED THE WOMAN AND
SHOUTED FOR A ROPE.
As soon ill Bur chi ll I niiled In the
water In tide her trie woman gripped
bint and the husky yottug Briton had
bard work to reeoh the piling under th
pier, lie clung to 11 like a gaekleburr
and shouted for a rope, with u few re
marks about haste rind the coldness if
William tiara Walters of No. "1
Washington street, u big muesled bag
gage handler, ran Into the storeroom
at the end of the phrr and got a rape.
Hut it wasn't long enough o retoh
Burebell and the woman. N'lck Lynch,
Mat-It Doyle and To 11 Uroilcrl'-k. all eat.
ployed on lha pier, . ere standing clos
Here you.'' sn.ipped out Walters,
"give tne a hand to gc donn there,
n 111 you?"
Wallers climbed down t tie steep side
of the dock among the slippery, slimy
crib work, while Lynch, Hoyle and
Hroderlck. In the order named, formed
a chain above htm and handed down
tho. rope. Buroball slipped it around
himself and the no, iiiiu. lly this trine a
longer rope had been procured and was
hitched on 10 the tlrst and then Burrhell
and the woman, who had fainted, wer I
While tliis had been going on another
of the children had tiled to Jump after
tile woman, and was stopped by Dr. tt.
p, flaming, the iblp'a surgeon Tb
woman was hud on the pier und Patrol
man Kirk kept back the crowd, while I
another turned m un ambulanoa oall.
Burebell wen back to bll job un lha
forecastle as unconcerned as if lumping
Into Icy water and slaying there for
twenty minutes or so was all part of I
tho day's work.
The man who had gcconipHii.ed the
woman became gregtl) Sgelted,
AID SHE HAD BEEN CRAZED BY
"That's what lbs fortune tellers bevel
done," ii cried; "if ii nadn't been for
Ibem she'l have gone oaek to old l.'t- !
land like a good girl."
The man ivm John W.il-h of No.
HIT PUIlltpa street, Pbllsdalphia, The
womaa win jumpeii was bis wife,
Mary Ihlrty-nln vui oiu. u. aald
ire was send;. .a net- b.o-k to her home
10 I re north of Ireland to lu it' c'..ingM
or aoene would not eur ner oilnd,
which her frequeiil visits lo fortune
tellers bad deranged. He and the three
MhllAanRlaha.r4. Rflaan tfaasa ol.l I
the one who tried to Jump aftei bW
UtolUei'i Hum, eight, and Joseph, four
and a half were to nave bsen left be
hind with their (sldar.
Next President Daughters
0?? wri ricKets Arraigned,
Winnina Freedom for Three
aaaaSC I 1 aal
, aa 1 . .
Misses Eleanor and Jessie Wil
son Attend Night Court Af
ter Theatre Party and Their
Silent Plea for Mwv fori..
Feminine Strikers Moves
Magistrate to Clemency.
Two of Hie nsxt President's dSUgbteTI
sat beside Magistrate Murphy in Ho
Women's Night Court last night and
watched the grinding of the city's I mall
grist of ertms They were th .Misses
Cteaiior jVid Jessie Wilson.
Td Hie two yunng woioeu. who soon
will watch tiie progress of national al
falfa from the intimate vantage of tho
White House and to whom Cabinet of
ficers and the diplomatic representatives
of foreign ndwafS will Pay deference
and attention, t ie tawdry Instances uf
g great city's nils-nances wei a db
plaved. They heard 11 worn en of the
ltd" OQfJ five Inr sullen answers to the
questioning of the Magistrate They
.'.Itneescd the dispensation of Justice
tempered With mercy to three girls of
the Striking garment workers gyhO had
been grragtsd for creating disorder,
The Misses Wilson, swathed in furs,
cam' to the Women's Night Court In
an automobile with Mrs. J. Bofgefl
Harrlmsa a few minutes after II ao
o'clock A young man In evening
clothes assorted the party and found
seats for them In the rear of the court,
loom. But an attendant, learning their
identity, hurried to Magistrate Murphy
and told him the daughters or th
Frealdcnt-elect were la the court Im
mediately the Magistrate had chairs
placed beilnd th bench, and be him
self met Mrs Harrlman at tiie rail
WOMEN PRISONERS TELL THEIR
STORIE8 TO WILSON GIRLS.
Mls Eleanor and Miss Jessie, drop
ping their furs over their chnirs, leaned
forwareV to cat
every word that the
prisoners said, as the mournful proces
sion of women a SUSSd of misdemean
ors tiled nast the Magistrate's bench.
8oon it happened lhat though nether
uf the future President's daughters
spoke a word or niadc otiiei nigrt of
their Interest, except by their rapt at
tention, the Woman WOO were pleading
Ibetr eases looked and spoke toward
them Instead of the Magistrate
llva Given, Pauline Reich and fcmma
Robber Were arraigned for creating die
order on West Twenty-first s:ret.
when they shouted "Scab" and other
opprobrloua terms at some strike break"
are, leaving work In a shirtwaist manu-
The IhraS women fighters for each
(Continued on Second Hase.i
tu . lunge lie' rel.glo'i in Ireland Mrs.
Walah aa a di ip)UI Protealent, Uut
soma tiu ago a fortunestolter told her
1 he aa - Uest'ned to ..tiler a convent, and
.-lie triid 10 admitted lb several u.-.ir
Philadelphia, Ahoul g week ago ihs goi
the Idea Hint there was 10 tie ., r.
I'astatlng 'lie In Ireland, m whh-h she
would be deatrayad This led bar lo try
lo throw herself in 1 run t of 1 straat
ear In Philadelphia before the lamt.y
afl for New ork.
when she recovered from tiie
of mr immersion Mr. aih ..r-.g.in
raving ami icrcamliK and was removed
;.. lie ). vile Muepltal h re she w.i
plan d m th . insane aid
1 ' -
n' " ggiy m iw .
VITRIOL WON'T GET
l'al a ( I f " . ' Ikai I
VOTES FOR WOMEN,
SAYS LADY PAGET
Suffrage Not Won by Con
tempt for Law, Declares
Titled mericanoii Liner.
mnng the passengers aboard th
steamship Celtic of th White Star
line, which arrived tdu. were Sir
John It Paget. Hart, Lady Paget and
Mlas Margaret Paget, their daughter.
Miss Pegs I Is here for the tlrst lime.
BS la her father, and Lady Paget lea
for the hist visit to .,er native coun
try glass IgTd, when her father brought
with him on a visit after he and
his family hid changed their home to
hinglahd. 1 ,
Lady Pagei was born on Plftk ave
nue, near WaHpliigton Sonar's, and le a
granddaughter of the late Adam
N'orrle Her parents went to Kngland
when shi was a small child and there
nhe was married to Sir John Paget.
Lady Paget I not u believer In auf
fragg and quits forcibly expressed
herself ho on the skip to-day, when
she mentioned that wlielce dospatehee
had been reoelvld on tha CelUc teiiing
of the use of vltilul tiy tbjl London
Buff rags ties in endeavoring to advance
"guok aotlans grs toe silly for persons
of thinking minds Is consider," she said.
"How evii can ehey eknest men to give
1 hem th suffrage when tliy show tiy
thes and other similar actloue that
they are not guallfied 10 vote bscS'lBe
they show contempt for the laws end
Indulge In rioting in the oame of cam
paigning?" Sir John laughed at ih attempts of
tiie .ff In Kngland to gat th
The are setting further away from it
ever) day," be said "When they get
to destroying our Mteis and breaking
1 ur shop windows It Is time they were
handled a We would handle obstrep
erous men under like euiwlitlons. Th
Englishman Is not to tic browbeaten Into
a thing "
Tiie pail) expressed admiration oil the
flr sight of New York, and Sir John
laid lie hoped to see eunaiderabV of in
cnuntT) Thes went 10 the Hotel Hii
tXKHtt iitneis aboard the Celtic were Cgpi
c. iiass. who waa wttii in Jameson
In iie famous South African 111 1 d : Major
Chil es It. Hater,, C ri. M C., and
Mr. Hatch, with their daughter, Ifln
So-m Ratofci Hon Mrs Howlgh I
'a-lgn and Miss Leigh, Mis Julia Ma
son, It wwa. an enr.:.et of Tokio, and
lis naltVM A,... on a 10U1 of tiie wtoild,
Ike wire garbel in tha lateai style of
PgrlBi Andrew Weir and the Misses
Wei and Mrs, Rugene CiTlgord
ll. n rU iii slioer at Panama fair.
ropKNilAUKN, Denmark! fob, i
Tio Denleli tioverniuoat anaounaes its
j nee, pt. ne e of the limitation to partict-
1 pa . In th.- Ptnuroa-PaoM Hgpuaittoti
Th I'i'ii 11 M Ii at Washington,
r 1 '.., .1 1 ntli, It' HI, li.. heMli ll,te.i,..a ir.
t Select a die fur 11 building at the ag-
poe'.t.ou w ol' .1 stiait auequat 101 tne
repreeentailon ol Dsnmgrit,
PASTOR RUSSELL SUNDAY
ej Nibs. iiHMii f. eh-
& MILLS GUILTY
OF BANK JUGGLERY
lit 1 5 5tVtN YLAKS
Sixty Qukkty Pltidi That sale
of AuJuhou National to
Nielo Was Criminal. J
PAID WITH HAD NOTHS.
Concern in the Bronx Literally
' Was BoilgtU With It':
( )i n Money.
T'ie Jury it lb ease o." Ii.iv.d S. Mills,
lod'ced i h CI a: ijretrd Jury (11
fraudulet,: nianlpnletlun ill the Kaildj
of the itdiih.ii Natlondl Hatth ratUMed
ia verdloi of gur,t aftei two gaun ile
' flaerallofl this af let noon Judge Hum
of tke I'nltad states UteftH-l Ciuri t
gnce eaattna d Miits to en
: years In the Wageral p lean a itlanUk
The most da UtgUg lesllmtMl) agalasl
Mills wss given hy Imvld Nlelo. a trav
rlllng salesman and the owner el a Cell
I: si Ameil sn augat mceaslun Xeltu
swore tba'. lie and Mills In a saloon, "be
1 twteu di inks." dlsciiased the project of
' iranafevilng th bank. Mills, according
Ut NeWo. . aaig thai aa """ of paaer
w-uuiii da and Mello gvt togetirer a lot
of notes elaaed by all ssrta uf ir. espon
glble persons Thee notes be tinned
,n to the bank for dlscuunt
The proceeds. SjO.iIiO. according to Net
to, were taken from the front of the
bank to a rear rnoin, where the direc
tum were In session, ami solemnly paid
over as the purchase Pile for th bans
In other words. MetCS says, he bought
tb hank with Its own mnny.
Mill's defenar was lhat the transaction
wss In good faith; that he thought Net
too tiotea were all right. Ex-Senator
lira kett of HatHtoga. who summed up
for Mills this .1 tier no. in. drinted most
Of hla address to a denunciation of Nlr
tu. who sat unmoved.
Judge Hunt action in imposing im
mediate sentence upon Mills 4vus a sur
prise not oil., to Uhe defeiMlaul and Iris
counsel, bul to United States filstrlct
Attorney Wise end bis aaegciatee.
Kverybody was ready 10 hear Mills re
manded lo th Teniba to await sentence
whan Judge Hunt abruptly annuunoel
that he would Impose sentence without
PLEA FOR CLEMENCY WAS
William M. Ivlua, of counsel fin Mills,
waa the first to recover from his sur
prise He addressed the. Court, asking
clemency on the ground that Mills Is In
very poor health and that trie., wss
really no crhnlual inter 1 n the 1 runs
action fro whl 'Ii he was Indicted.
Judge Hunt asked if th ITnltad Stales
Ulstrtct-Attnrnev had any Suggestions
to make Ml Wise replied that he hud
none. The Court then gently ipiesl I010-I
Mil's who aald be was forty-two years
uld, In vary had health, married and Die
father of a child
I am very sony thle duty devolves
upon me." neld Judge Hunt. I feel
deeph for your wife and child who
must bear aven to aa great an extent
as yourself th disgrace of this con
viction. It le aed to s-e a young mar
down aa you have been
The hardeel thing e Judge haa "
do le to meaeuie Ih punishment for
offenses agalnat the laws In yoUl
aasg It I very haul Indeed "
The Coin t paused Ills Ion. h id bse'
g nipathelle Ml and his counsel arerc
anticipating a sentence of about a yeir
The asalsssi of Km Oauri la lagga
Hum abniptlv continued, ' thai eon u
conflne.1 at hard lalior in Ibl Federal
prison at Atlanta. Ha. for a period f
not lss than svn yaara."
SINGLE PRESIDENTIAL TERM
BILL PASSES THE SENATE.
W MUIINHTON. Kab. l.-'Ph VCorgi
amendment providing for a single term
of six vests for th President o," ,u 1
linltad Stale passed tiie Senat late I
left aad Wllauu iu see I'arailr.
WAIHINOTOrfi Kab, l. Prasldeni
S'rafl an I ('resident ele t Wilson will he
the guests of honor or the National
Woman s Suffiage ASsOKlStlog in the,
Ul4 pageant on March il The nvn lis-
tliiguU-hed guests will o tupy the samei
Pox on a large stand at the south front,
of th Treasury.
tlMI. 1 IIIIM.v
ta gas . r. a. fwmmmwm
CLASH ON NEW JOKER
7 1 1 in ir a 1 1 a rxm r riAiif
OVER SUBWAY DEALS
Intcrboro and B. K T Join Hands in
Effort lo Hav- City Pay lor All
Re, lcements and Repairs
on the Old Lines.
CONFERREES PUSH WORK
AT AN ALL DAY SESSION
Trust Unable to Get Back Eleven
'Jokers That Were Eliminated
After 'Scamp Critics' Nailed Them.
-Krplgrrmenla la ba rapltaliaed saslejad of etanrglag Usses to
past earn log ar reserte (ands."
Ilere is a new joker, (ha gffact'of which rf it is gdopteJ, will cost
the city millions ol dollars, that tlienterboroufh and B. R. T. are both
seeking lu-day to luve inserted in the subway contracts. These and
ut her matters vital to the city are being discussed in the secret con
ferences of the Public Service Conunission with the Conference Com
mittee of the UoarJ of Estimate and the representatives of the companies.
No final action on the subway contracts will be taken before Mon
day, when the two documents, as privately agreed upon, will be rushed
out into the daylight for the first time since the last public hearing, Jan.
20, and hurriedly voted upon by the Commission and the Board of
GET READY TO SHIVER!
TEN ABOVE TO-MORROW,
WEATHER PROPHET SAYS.
Cold Wave Is on the Way and First
of It Will Hit New York To
Night, Is Prediction.
Winter ha not guno yet. the weather
man aaya to-day, and i.V to-night all
New York will know 1'. The prediction
Is that by to-morrow morning th ther
mometer will drop to ten degrvea above
Sro. Cold wave warning have been
ordered up ail along th Atlantic coaat
mini IMaware north.
The cold wave rea died HlttUurgh this
i.iui ulna- -' ."00 in hi - usiuit 1 i,e
e-eata er leparimeni preiiiotea its at- ;
rival. A hlai wind froin the northwest
is Sggejted w.th the grog In tempera- I
line The 'oteeiat Is f"i clear ekles to- 1
nlslit and to-morrow
GIRL BABY IS BORN
TO BECKER'S WIPE. NEWS
SENT TO DEATH CELL
Mid l Rgportad Not to lie Ktitnit,
Hui the Mother's Condition
Mra okafiag gaoker wife of Mm for
101 gaik a lieutanani saalMag sasc itlon
In the Sing Sing death house for Hie
minder of Herman Bosentbal. age.
birth lo a bill,', girl at 10 BtflOOk M
to da) In Hie W oman a Hospital at One
Hundrgd sad Tnfh str.-.t ami 1 it t
dam avenue Dr, Qsargs I Hfoadkaad
the attending physUlan, reported lo
John Lynch, Mi ' Ibeker a brotirer. thai
tbe infant is not 'ubust, bat that Mrs
Beaker's condition m eatlafactory
When Heeker wa- arrested to th' 1
murder of Roeentbal ha knew, or 1'ourec,
thai in the passage or a short lima his
wife would paconM '11 'trier. Th - gg
pending event a a.- the one factui n us
dreadful predicament my I threatened to
ttresk htm down
W"inan-i.-. . M s Hecke pioved
troiig and se '-r.iianl She vis. ted bo!
Iiusoand dad n the Tombs and sat at
IIS SldS during his trial She rode with
hlni on tha train I" U ng Sinn and laltsd
1, iin athenevei 1 ii, prlgan roles allowed
Hill her apploac1' UK outlne iien made
-u 11 lalta Inadvisable,
Th. news that he s a father was
taken to him in his death house ceil at
noon to da y
Mar. hip- leave I'nnaiat tor 1 alia.
COLON, Panama Feb 1 -The United
stales battlagh p Virginia, Qeergla and
it 10 the Ihu, I dl . 1
iixsi, left toi alaag
Aa th Interboioua-h borrowed IU
or a preferential" from th B. K T..
so It ha got busy upon rbe new ret
T Idea Ut have the city saddl.d
with th egg) of repalra of the old l'uea
-both auowey and "IV '-erhlch go late
Uie monopoly traction pot. gome eleveg
corporation ldaa come over tbe "-'Sea,
and tha Interborough never fail to aw
propriate to He own use tbe beet ed)
DETAILS OF TMt NIW 'JOKEP."
OP SUBWAV TRUST.
The way the two traction loinpaidea
plan to "muke hav while th son ahasUaM
-It 1 admitted mat Ihey control a
majority In the commission and tha
Hoard of Hatlmute Is lo have this pa.
agraiSi. which I Ideiitnsil in ba ...
row -lit ten
"There ah all .ot he taelageg a
tbe eeet ef alpaeat th oet of
aay tepaita. seplaeaaMate, eaaataV
tnttoaa or reaewala auU after th
placing la operattoa of the porttea
el tne eqalpaseai ao repalrea, re
places ov reaeereg as far walah
aaak aew past is aaastttateg.
Th two cnitipau!. particularly tne
lnirl.oroug 1. " said 1 'ommlaaloner Mila
It Alaltbl. the author of the para
graph in question, waul to include In
1 e capital and 111 the amount upon
hie;, the city must pay Interest and
ti.e alnklng fund ihg coat or ait reran '
stracUoa or rapid tranalt tines, power
alattons and atfulpment, including re
placements "The oapltaUsattea ef roplaee
msuts le Uiegel aader the eeeletea
of th Court of Appeals. The lav
tsrborooga propose to go tight
ahead sad go it, Kaowtag that it
wUI be elmoet probably wholly
tmpoeelhie for aay oae to preveat
It If th OoraiBleelea pevatiaa it,
tb Oorisaieeloa aavlag fall atat
atory anparvieloa ef rapid traaalt
SAYS MONEY INVOLVED WILL
' Wnat does ''ii prupused nw 1 laage
111 tiie cue tracts run iuu ateaeyf' waa
"No one can esilmat the amount of
.i.u.i Involved In this matter,'- ra
il led Mr, -Malt ice It might aiuovint to
sevet.il millions in th rgss oi each com
pany." So far is Ore lokeis discovered III the
Bttbwe) contracts h) tne aoanip crltlaa
after Ma.voi Uaynor and his ggga late
declared that the city was full) pra
te, led by the contracts arc concerned.
lbs majorlt) of tiie con missies hav
leached .1 tin j I agreement Wtlk bulb
uompallles, Six of the tntcrbui 0U51 jot
ere and fn of th B. n T mk ri wi
killed, t a o Interborough "un end
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