Newspaper Page Text
THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY
HELD UP DUPES IN
"BIG BILL'S" GAME
Gang Used Uniforms in Pojjus
Rlldl to Get Money of
Back Door of City Hall
Shut Pro Tern to One and All
AUTO'S NO SIGN OF RICHES.
jt j j J Jt .4 j
4 4 4 .4 4 .4 1 4 ,4 .4 j4
r:.. hi.. : i
i n c rii ij i i.i ii Miu-
More Details ol
l- Allniiin r"i rdsHrti k
H iMtutl I.ir ll I m
ri.ufeaekMi 'nun ' Km Hill K.ailier. n.iw
r' villi an ealtltoea raa i mi tn the
irlrllcill I'TIpiHi f..r I mill 'in OtM
AdMMn i. htf.i nKM fnwn tM
Matlonal -n Wank ol I'uMa'Mv, rs
! t. .1 to i i i xii ej A hltiuiin
tbif uftert.... ii isr: lier rrfua,.. u
ml. I t,i Mi ! - tut mfuMM until he
dan Isike-f. HsalSsfa uvrr lth nla
OO'll pel "
KHi'iir. ril.iinl .mi t'T MOMQTi tn int
it., i Wstrke,-Attorns) Pellltler
n' It'iston. Of UaMSa HibIm DMfleta
AtloiM ) Af,i ; 1'iHiirh. who sent li'in
I' prison K-Mirr mill 'iialntamil
laal ii MhMf IKilln- leutenMt, wlimn
'i . ' r . J . iwfUnl SK) n night.' tn n.l
illloa to uric MM for h!. linn the tirare
amiieo wlikib. Kellher rtoolarea. nstt.si
Mm, ihe lata Martin 1. Walsh, and hii
e n.fudarates mom than half million
Kellher lepeeted tu Mi. Oroehl that
t!ir nn( headed by him and Walsh,
Mil il many wealthy mm from New
K ttltM ami lonk thorn tn mo of thrf
huiloijl 4W Hlsty-aei-ood oln-t. in West
h. .sixth niri-ci and in West rlev.nty
s n' street wuid (leaned tham of
fort MOW KUlUiei- dwllm-J to five tho
. gad locations of thooo houooo, though
'e .toasted lliat all were elaborately
furnished for Uio fake gun Mini amnios.
Krlllhar natnod only ona polloo ofJI
rial whom ho deeleree was In on tho
4ej.lliiii. This man, aceordlrsr, to Kel
lher, la now retired, with tho rank of
Minimal, and conducts store on
beag lslaiJ. Neither guarded tho Idon
tlilrs of pollco captain, and a eer
gaaai who, ho said, wore oocomalless
at hlo eang
Vrcordlas to KslMher hla hand had a
large suply of polloo uniforms In tho
th re houses. When a victim oould not
be easily asaaratad from his mono
mi imhan of the Kn donnod thosa unl
r,,. mr aad mads a "faka raid," tn which
tin- vlrtlma wsrr "ahalion
lurs sumi nntaio thslr rotoaso and
huah up tlio matter. In addition. Krlli
Ifel r ld. th former llautenant. the oap
ta!'i and tho sergeant oftsn made real
raid for the purpose of aiding the cng
In "ehaaing down" vlotims.
Hu little definite informatlen waa given
b Krlllher that District Attorney Whit
man Is Inclinsd lo plai-e llMIe credence
in the alory untfl Kelllher gives names
aii'l iiftera substantiation.
It aite learned tu-day that the )ton.
ton nutlKirltlra are Investigating the
whereabouts of Vlh. not believing he
MAID SUES MISTRESS.
Muraao'a HUler-ln-l.aw Aakod for
,ml DasaaBoa for Klaader.
!iHT'', rVh. 1i Nellie M
Doans, s nurajs, t, .tn : i'stcrdsr in
tie tr.al nt her suit HMlMl Mrs. Uthel
J tew of Mailliuaa.Mii, '. Haeh !. fur
'.' ' 'or glaiider, Mil- liruw i a k.'.Hir
in law of J. KWfpjat MorgsjM,
MUk liner, atti-mt ,1 Mi.. Urew . c ill
dri ll for a time. MjAfl that sh nut mi-
able to s- t eaipio: went, he phargt'i,
o- iiise of whm liri Orva nil shout
hn sbe niii'Kis pal farmer aMploytr
.n I .Ik- m i-,-,l In ' ' lltit
Hhe ovurbeitid Mm lire tOCtlM "er
.hi the teleiihoitr in hat landlady. Mr
vi unl, g)nton
Mrs. Reus) n. Ihe i. tdlady, is la Call
lorn a, aw' liar e.,u.l u i upaorUngj Ml.
Douae en road. Mr, lire tentlflcd
th:,: all. Hounr eras "moody "
PLENTY OF AmRONDACK ICE.
I TICA. Koti. .-AThai the dlrin
dacke arc balng "ailed uijon to upily
Ire for Uis State of Now York la tho
re-uii of the open winter While U'n
CUIttnir on the Hudson and Bt l.a -ganoa
hi., i- this season 1s still proble
nailriil, the mnuntAln likes In tho
Adirondack are prodiiclnu a splendid
crop, r'rum l,.'0u iu l.M) iuim ti Ice,
or tlftv freight car loadf, an being cut
and shipped from the AUirondocka
Jmly. The c la from u ftmt to four-
toou i nnhos thick and or good quality,
Thai New Tort C'tty will uie Ice from
US dlrondu 'ke Uia coming Mummer
m a remote iioaklblllty.
APPRAISALS OF ESTATES.
Deputy Biate rumptroller Wallace S
!' transmitted the following up-
asalaalg of i - under the Inheritance
lux law to-day to the Tranafer Tax
ill,,- of the surrogates' Court.
Ai",4ara liarrenei hea, of Ling, Peru,
i t 1 He-. 1. m itul New fork i mate
irsjgaa at ts.aan. net value of the j
tleuifa Web. i d.ed March I.S. IMt. I
.i.il state l-J'J I. net value tXW,.
C harles Purk. i I'helps. died Jan. U,
Hi: totul entale llik'i.130, net vain
4 4 Jl J9 4 ,4 4 4 .4 ..4
' t , ySsssssBsi -
I I HH A 7 1 1
I BBsaiaBaa I ' 1 1BBS 1 s t.
T aaaaaaea V KOJBBSBsae t aasaBBBBaasakV' 1 " ' '
basaasj fw. riTJirattk - , . 4al - V
GUARANTEE BANK DEPOSITS?
I NOT AT ALL, SAYS GLASS.
Chairman Asserts Cornmittec .
N'ii Indorwd Plan ami Thai
Mill Will tv "Sim."
aye e In llearlaa
i, inn. i fne alimony.
w.vihimho.v. i n , -. i .i . ii in
I'arUi (Mgosj of Hie Houoa BtfbeCaHN
mlttee on Mankina and i iirre r v so
peered to hi Irritated ereatly lately by
reports that Mil OMMIttIM hud de Ide'l
to folloa William J. Ilryan plan for
guaranteeing hank dnpoatta.
Tlie oniiindt '-e hag not only '.ot de-
rhtaa U4MUI ai,e gaah pint,, sjl iha
mmberi have never even I tmeldnrcd
em h s plan," Mr. Dla.s said. -uch
reports sre ridiculous."
Mr. (Him esplalned that eievei of the
twenty-one member, of the Hanking
and Currency Committee had not been
ro-eleted, and that these vseancloo
would be ftll next eesnlou
"It Is est.emely fgej leh for any one
to etate whil ihe committee will do t
the next seeslnu." Iff ilUsn said, "be
raime a malorlty of the committee WtU
be mode up of men who are not on the
committee at present A, the preMent
Chairman of fie full committee rotlros
at the end of tht. gojgalofj, in the ordi
nary ,-oure of eii nts I will be the nsw
c , and ill that I can lay u thaf i
beHoie that the c-omtnlttei will tr. '
lusl Tompkins In . the Rup.eme
Pearl ll White Plain yesterday
franiad iin eaojreval fee smi tu a we't
alimony to Mrs Oliver A. Ooi-dwln
I pending trial of nr. Henry 'wmdwln's
all to annual their marriage fie Is in
practice, on stateo Island
The Ooodwlr. were married In III1-
null gaan if tor she I'Sd divorced her flrai
husbsnd. The de, rer forhaJe e trer
party remaining within a year It Is
oh her vlotal on of thi. provU'on till
MouUivlu. after ten . er of inaf i"d
.ITe. a nied for annulment, soetiiii)!
he had no legal rilht 10 wed
In th ara"ument about aitniiry '.'e.'.ef. :
day the wlfe'i I SOJirgoj said The do -to- ,
aorag two antefflofetkif-" I
"The poHjn.lon if auto : tlle now
adava la no ri'i rion of riches." replied
sent to the I In, I.. B n. rfecllv
Iiemocrutii hill UV have never
talked of giinrsriteeing hsnk deposiu.'
. f ,
i ibbbI MfssBai saBsaasaasss
11101 B! TLam
H" r tt f r r ir ar yf tr f yr $r r ft? rr?'',,,i,ih'
The baoh, door if the dby ila.ll
la closed ;
Jurt "Uaa rront Kntrance" )s the sign.
Cpon the portals old and grim,
That won't awing out and won't sw ing In;
No elded our entrance to the Otaiyor's
. Buck yard;
Home Mka an heard to ear that fhla
While "soirmis" who write such awful
About the friend of old dog Spot
E'en Uptrtetiss, sae, would knonk
And even should old Kp start
He'd have to uee the front-door a.
Or call attain another day
Voting lovera seeking refuge from
The star, -Of
folks, when aeoklng maniaae hiirea.i
Can no more allp In uuletly.
"A.lisl Alack!" save he and she
Ytho oar etc:
Twiua painters working on the job
i 'losed up the handy, private baVOs
The peofile illilng to lind flu
Annoyd .Mike Whalen Aneelu
Uijf paf I
"ILLINOIS MUST ELECT TWO
Claiming lo Speak for Wihon, Sab
ath O. K.'s Lewis, but Says
Boeschenstein Won't Do.
HI'llIN'OFIKl.b. 111.. Feb. 6.-Through
CongrcHstuuii Adnlph J. Satuith, who
said he had a commlMlun reuch.ng back
to Prisldent-eleci Wilson, notlra has
been served that theio must be two
Peiim. tat' c Senators elected by this
Legislature. The ultimatum was that
one of them must be Col. James Hamil
ton lwls-Tnr the long term and that
National Committeeman Charles Bossch-
ensteln does nut qu.il.'y sufflcleiitly
trafll ua4er ilia "pngres.s" desurip
Hon to plan nlm within tho Category of
aceoBtabla ca mini sic,.
i 'ongreiiiiiaii Saiiath aald that President-elect
Wtlaan la 001 at all satlatled
Willi the nominal IselMeTgjtld major. ty
already Hiaurcd In the new United
! Mtatee Henale.
linger C. Hullliau. who was a uu.et
but eonsp.cuoua (Ururs In nil of the pro
' ceedlngs. d, lined to be perturbed by the
I ultimatum from Congrsagsjiaw Rabat h,
eluding the dwelling at No 411 West
One Hundred and Heuenteenth itreet.
which li tu be used n u I'reinli House.
11 la i ulucd, with tho changes and
tQulpment assumed by ths anonynioiM
donor, ,t 13(1.000.
J. Parke Channlng, K M.. Sj. gavs
)1MU for the equipment of an electro
metallurgical lal ratory In the Hchool
of Mlnee Charlag 11. 1avla. C. E.. 'S7,
colli i I1,ii1 '1 t-". Orni for Instruction In hlgh
A. Ilarlnn Hepburn, honorary t.I,. D.
Hill. auhHurlbcd 111, new for the main
tenance and equipment of the liaison
Franenlae. and the li rminlstlc Society
gave tl.lKO for lecture on the history
of German civilisation and to purchase
hooks for the library.
GIVE $50,850 TO COLUMBIA.
(ilftii n (oltitiilU rntverMty i icitt k.l
1 i i k Ku,s."iO were iiiitiouticed y tlay. In-
Should Be the Beit
Thing in Your Home
A PIANO iiireliii is different
from Hint of any other
piece nf hotnefurniMliing because
you buy but one, uud you cannot
afford to buy a poor piano just
becuusc it seems cheap. The
Mary Hpeucir of Waihliigtuu, i C,
died April 1. l0v, net value of
decedent ! New York eotate tS4,UM.
Gilbert E. Jon,., died Deo. 2, 1M0,
art lalue of Ihe nsU'e tun.WJ
leak Kills a thlaoor.
roOCHOW. Feb. a.-A bomb thrown at
the Civil Governor of Foochow yesterday
killed twenty bystanders wbsn It ei
aioded, bat left the Governor uninjured.
Ho waa crossing the Fooohow Bridge
waen the ourrage o;curred. The Gover
nor dashed at the man who tnrow t'ie
kwmti and aucceeded Id err est ng him
Real eyeglass comfort
will prevent your eyeglasses
from pinching, tilting or
Vuu peek o'liifurt in vour
hi nih? and in yt mr office. Why
neglect the corniort that can
be secured for 35 cents?
Sold only at ur lught Stores:
OoiVlftU and OptttianA
H East i.ii. I St., near I'nurth Ave.
7etStl,M ,1,,-t .Mine, .lUtli Ave.
64 West liAtb St., near l.enoi Ave
70 Nassau St., near Jokn Mt.
IIIO Kulton St, opp. . Ik Ilklyn
Ml Broad St .near Hahae'i, Newark
i rost tint little more thancomnion
! pUoi pianos, and when their long
I life, unlimited uurantec and
1 power of itaying in tune are eon-
sidered they are, indeed low in
New Pease Pianos, i?S45 up;
'used Penp Pianos, !H3 up.
I Buy payments if you wish. Write
for catalog and hurKiiin lint.
PEASE PIANO CO.
128 We; L 42d St., near Broadway, N.Y.
10 New St.
Brooklyn Branch i
34 Flatbush Ave.
A full line of Victor and Columbie
The Largest Popular Priced Fur House in the Country
Cloak, Suit & Fur Co.,
A-OC. lbth and 17th
Our Annual Fur Sale
BEGINNING TO-MORROW, THURSDAY, AND CONTINUING THROUGHOUT
The Particular Sale That Thousands of Women
Look for Each Year
A little late owing to the unusual weather, but it furnishes
an opportunity, at the beginning of the REAL winter, to
buy reliable Furs at
Every Karacul Coat That Wasogi
Formerly $75 to $110 Reduced to f 35.00
52 or 54 inches long; made of high lustred fine curli whole skina, foreign
dyed; richly lined with brocaded silk; present prices, $75.00 to $110.00
$75 Russian Pony Coats, 30.00
52 or 54 inches long; perfectly matched skins, Leipzig OV00
dyed; only 31 of these coats are left; present price all
$75.00 , S WW
$85 to $110 Russian Pony Coats, 40.00
52 or 54 inches long; an exceptional bargain; light ) A .00
weight, handsomely marked skins; coat is lined with 411
brocaded silk; present price $85.60 to $110.00 )
Kolinsky Royal Marmot Coats
Present prices $90.00 to $125.00 h y .00
Have the appearance of and are often sold for finest vtl
mink at ten times this price I
$100 French Seal Coats, 45.00
52 or 54 inches long; Chapelle dyed; pelts are of finest
quality; several handsome models in this lot; lining
of brocaded silk; present price is $100.00
8 Trimmed Hudson Sea) Coats, value $145.. 67.50
5 Trimmed Hudson Seal Coats, values $1 75 to $250 85.00
5 Natural Pony Coats, values $110 to $135 45.00
Matched Fur Sets
Raccoon Sets (were $25.00)
Blue Wolf Sets (were $20.00)
Black Fox Sets (were $25.00)
Raccoon Sets (were J40.00)
Gray Fox Sets (were 540,00)
Red Fox Sets (were 542.00)
Leopard Sets iwere $ 15.00 1
Skunk Sets (were $55.00)
Civet Cat Sets (were $45.00)
Black Fox Sets (were $40.00)
Pointed Fox Sets (were 160.00)
Pointed Fox Sets (were $100.00)
Better Than Them All!
sVgcal sal n sal aavt
mm 1 1
The Event in
tions Range from
The cvtnt hundreds at
tended in all the storm on
the 0eninR da I lie
event that showed bw-
'fide saving! on every piece
of Furniture on the Floor.
Don't mill the great val
ues in the sale. Judge by
Stamps Until 12 Noon
SINGLE VTA MI'S THEREAFTER
$5.00 OIL PAINTINGS
I n l m-i
rlns ,ilirrtji, do 1.
hit Ltfi hoI-I i ir
d 1 axw ibsgj
I I 1 is un l aM-.
HJI Dining Chairs
x tiinititf enairii u
ihsl '" U M K
J, 11 finish I ffseaj ji
Furnish Your Home on Our Liberal Payment Plan
Complete or in par., and pay f" j ,h,r monl1' Consul' our Flf'h Klo'
lor mil tin 11
Thm RA Value New York h Talking About!
The picture it a true reproduction in every detsil. Note the massive dimension!. To
use titr manufacturer's words: "Tlic brsis tubing In this brd costs morr than the prKe
you ire ailung." Pillars are 3 inches in diimtter Urgeit utrd in bedmiginu rest
J ... t I II : L fill ' .n.l. I.ni.l,p(l in
pillar mounts. Vi inch top rods sna I'l men mien im i.igc.. .
guaranteed lacquer, ah regular tuci. mi ni'".
$20 Dressers &Chiltoniers
42 inch full terpentine swell front
bales on Dressers Perfectly pol
ished. Large best French plate
mirror. i Mitii User,)
4 Real Sensation!
374 Winter Coats
Sizes for Women
Sizes for Misses
Sizes for Juniors
A Maker's Final Clean-Up All at $2.69
All the desirable mitrrmli ssrseys,
tibelines. caracul cloth, chinchillas
and fancy miiturr ,. Phin tailored
. i i . , t I,-' ,
iiyici ease sassn mew mjss. --
with large collar and turn bick cum A,
: .k.J.. All ihr nor-- TI 4
111 lWllliatisii6 iis"' r r J
Ur colors. No mail or C P U, order. T
Variety of Pretty
Inci anil n.
I a .u f mu
44 All ns
- r.'iat OiSS,
Trade Mark Shoes
Regularly Sold at $2.50 and $3.00
Princess loulse" snd "Americas foM rtj
Beauly ' Shoes lor Womeu. JJ J
Purchased From the cA. H.
Berry i-hoe Co., Maine. JL
The greiteit sile of ihors it hn ever been our good fortune tu
innounce it a price as low 11 tnis or neir 11.
Princess Loune ano nmencan ocauiy snoet areidNn
tised to sell at $2.50 and $3.00. They ire in the very latest
and most up-to-date styles. Included ire funmrtil caK,
Pitem Coltskin and vici kid in the new ihort
vimp model, ilso the full toe Int. in button or
BUcher models. Cloth topi slio. Cuban, military
or common sense heels. All sites Irnm I to 8 ind
widths from B to EE.
. I Third hgSfi
gfaTHE UTH STREET STORE. HENRY SIEGEL. Pre