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Til IVBNINO WOfcLD, TIUHDAT, FIBBUaRT 1918.
of evidence upon wi1 Mr,
hone to bass indlotmcnt
SWEENKY, HUS8EY AND THOMP
SON CALLED BY WALDO.
Swecosr tMM the Cfrinwnlsslonse
twice tc-ibxy. In tlx rooming he dm
In ths fommWOonw that h Urr
mid by Tvaish to h District-Attorney
last night u trw. This sfternoon h
eummoned to Headquarters, noti
fied of hi suspension and given an
opportunity to make a statement.
NuMay and Thornaaon aiao were
summoned to Headquarter, this after
noon. Commissioner Waldo announced
that he had eet an Inveetlgetlon nn
foot which might bring surprising re
sults. Hs nronrlsed that he would have
n -lii'm-ni lo lesue to the publlo late
i 'i atorn oon or this evening.
Welch, now that ha ha surmounted
the first barrier of ahama and fear
that opera tea an powerful, v to reatr.no
policeman from 'equenllng," le will
ing to lend a:tlva eld to the anthor
jliee. He le refreshing hi memory by
lha tereuaJ of pafeara and document
Kin he.' rivalled the name of person
n the Police Department and outside
who may be aMo to csehstsnttatc ate
The fllee of iha neespegier ahow that
elien Thompaon. then an Inepeotot, axta
eent to Marlem In nVT he mad aeveral
tald on disorderly houaea In the Keel
Mne Hundred and Twenty-elKth atreet
pi-eclm-i ovrr aigt head. Whtl tha
escitcinent over the raids quieted down
the hotel resumed business aa liefnre.
Wtliii says that It waa after theae ralda
that Thompeon declared hlmaelf in on
Or. W. H Upton. Welch's family
pliyslclsn, aalil artrr a visit to tha
patient thia afternoon, that Walsh wa
to a much more cheerful atate of mlud
ilian he haa bean In alnre h wat taken
III. about el meek ago
"tie la atUI a very alck nun. phytic
ally." aald the gpYslclsn. "but I thlak
-ha releaae of a treat weight from hta
:.ilnd haa dona him a lot of good. How
ever, l will not content to the remaval
of CapL Walah from hla name In hi
preaant condition under any clroum
alancaa. I would not ronssat, even
though ha ahould he indicted "
Notwlthatandlng Dr. Upton's etate
rneat, DlatrlrtAttorney Whitman ex
pects to bare Capt. Walah before tha
Urand Jury anme time neat week The
District Attorney anticipate that
Walah'a teatlmoay. together with what
he can gather from pereone whoa
names have been fumlahed by WdUh.
will furnlah matter for tha eertout con
elderatlon of Inspector ftveeney.
WALSH DIRECTLY ACCU6I6
SWEENEY Of HARNQ (WAFT.
Walah aald ha divided with Bweeney
wblla Sweeney waa in charge of tha
Sixth Inepectlon Dlgtrlot, In which tha
Kaat Ona Hundred an
atreet ataUon la located.
In command of tha district from April
1M. to April. HOT. Ma M duty la tha
Hrona. Brooklyn and Queen until June
IS. mi. when ha waa transferred back
to Harktm and. aooocolng to Walah.
immediately began taking hta ah are of
Walah'a confection haa ahahaa tha
whole Police Department. It it re
garded aa mora Important and far
reaching than the conviction of Lieut.
Decker, for It Involves so many high la
authority, directly and Indirectly, that
tha District-Attorney haa almost a limit
leaa field for work.
Commissioner Waldo Is genuinely ss
rrrleed over the development of the
past twenty-four hours, particularly la
light of tha fact that both Walsh and
rineeney had poaltlvaly denied to him
that there waa any truth la the oonfea
alon of Patrolman Pox, which opened
the revelation The Commlttloner waa
hocked when he learned that Walsh
on hearaay evidence-had accussd one
of tb chief tzecutlves la headquarters
of sharing In tha graft.
After talking to Inspector Pneeney in
hit office to-day. the Commlirtoner
oueetloned a couple of SweencVa plain
dot nee men, and then aent for Fourth
Ueputy Commissioner James E. Dillon.
The Fourth Deputy Is an Inspector In
the Police Department technically on
leave of abtanoe, and appointed a dep
uty to Commlalsoner Waldo In May,
1 1S11. with the concent of Mayor Claynor.
WALDO HURRIES TO CONFER
WITH MAYOR OAYNOR.
After talking with Dillon, Comm's
alerter Waldo hurried to the City Hall
for a confsrenct with the Mtyor.
Partial corroboration, at least, of the
charge mad by l'ox and Walah that
Inapector Sweeney and Waleh chipped
In te ralae the fund of tl.tw-or two or
thereabout-which was to have gone In
Ite entirety to (Jeorge A. Slpp with the
order to get out nf New York and stay
out waa obtained by Dietrtct-Attomey
Whitman to-day from Patrolman John
J. Hartbtsn of tha Wet One Hundred
and Twenty-fifth street preclnot. Hsrtl
gan has done plain clothes work fur
Walsh, In his confession, said that the
money contributed by grweeney and hlm
aelf wss put In an envelope and given
to Hartlgan with Instruction that It be
delivered to Patrolman Fox At the Crim
inal Courts Building. This waa prior to
the time Slpp was called before the
Orand Jury and It was to the Interret
of Walih and Sweeney to get him out
llertlgan admitted to-day to Mr. Wh t
man that be took a bulky envelope
handed to him by Capt. Walsh to the
Criminal Courts Building and turned It
ot'er to Foa. The envelope was handed
by Fox to a lawyer, who waa to are that
it got to Hipp. According to Mr. Whit
man's Information, the money ped
through the hand of thrs lawyers ne
fors it got to Hipp, and In paaaage It
hrank to 1700. Bdward J. Newell, who
wat ellpp's oounssl. Is already under In
dictment for hit char In tin traruMi -tton,
and Mr. Whitman expect to In
dict the other two.
The Diet riot-Attorney wa not catta
il ed with HarUgan's statement that
the money was sent to Fox u Walah,
bscena It was at variance with
TWalah's declaration that Sweeney aent
the money, Hartlgan waa allowed to
return lo hla station and Mr Whlt
' man cent for Patrolman l-lugene Kox,
the original police Informer
Fos aald he waa certain Hartlgan
told him tha monwy came from
Maraency. Hartlgan was summoned
bask to the Dtstrtot-iAttornsy's eflce
and confronted with Fos. Mr. Whlt-
out to Hartlgaa that H
Captains During Five Years
In Inspector Sweeney's District
WoHmring U a Hit of Iha mplolm u ho hnvr been in com
Mg of eyeneeVTft it) the trial wcperfion Oiltrirt dunno- the
past fire year coicrcif by Cept. Walfh't annfeiunn of graft
Kaat Ona Hundred and Twenty-sUIn street station- Thrones W Walah;
Daniel A. McBlroy (rorently appointed to iirrpd Wlth).
West One Himdrod and Twmty4lft!i streajt station Frederick Oi Cainon.
Ittvw at date avemt atatlon. Mrrmklvn. John .1 Karrell. now In
partor In the Broni, .lames F. Thonapaon. now at l.e avenue eta
Hon. Brooklyn: Lincoln Hay, ereaemt oomioander.
WeaH One Hundred and Flftr-sax-ond atreet atatlon: lxu:a Kreusrber,
new at Ralph avenue atatlon. Brooklyn ; William K Day. present
Ixroox avenue atatlon ietalIUrhr1 last umrnnri; Bernard Kelnher. now
at Herbert artraat stAtirm, Bronkyti, Attgusl Kuhne, preaent rnm
raanoer. 8t. Nlchola avanue station 'eotshllehed last eummerl Kdward I.
Walah, now at West FonvHarfanth atreet atatlon. Patrick U Walah,
Went One Hundredth atreet elation (taken from Inspector Sweeney's
control laat summer and given to Inspector Dwyer): John D lierllbv.
now Inspector In chargB of 8tatan Inland; William H, rilitw. now at
Bedford avenue station, Brooklyn; John L Zimmerman, now at
Wcstehester atatlon. Matthew MoKaon, present commander.
waa nortecs to try to protect fhreeney
and coddle anything on Walah. but
Hartlgaa proved hard tn handle and
luck to his original story for a long
Inapaetnr llweny apent a busy day
at his headquartara In Harlem. He
waa so nervosa that hi hands flut
tered and hla Una twitched, but he
kept himself In action Among hla
naUere was Patrolman John J. Melly,
who Is under Indictment, nhargad with
obtaining 111 from Mary Ooode fur
parmlealon to open a disorderly house
la the Wast Oas Hundred Oh street
precinct. Shelly, on ball, la awaiting
I aniens let Wauthborn. now atatloned
la aVooktye. and Cant. Day of tha
West One Hundred and rifty-iecond
atreet station, alao called on Bweeney.
liesldee, the Inspector held communica
tions with others. In and out or the
department, by meaaanger and tele
Tha Police Osmmlssloner laaued an
order euependlng Oapt. Walsh at ILK
o'clock to-day. No order was Itsued
euepandtng gweenay. The suspenaloa of
Wafcth followed a consultation st tho
Qrlmlnsl Courts Building between the
Dtotrtct-Attarney and Third Deputy
Commissioner Newburger, who was ap
Comnvlssloaar Waldo, hnmedlately
upon reaching his office, sent Deputy
Commlartoatr Newburger to see Mr.
Whitman far the purpose of getting
official corroboration of the newspaper
reports of Walshfs oenfssslon. The
corroboration earns from Mr. Whitman.
WALOO CALL hWEENEVS
PLAIN CLOTHES MEN.
Inspector Hweeney vlalted Headquart
ers sad wss olsssted with the Commis
sioner for twenty minutes. When at
Headquarters yesterday, Hweeney waa
aaked by Commissioner Waldo about
the charge made by Fox that the graft
collection ware split between Walsh
and hweeney. The Inspector positively
denied that tie had taken a cent of
graft. Whether he repeated bis denials
to-day la not known.
Soun after Sweeney left Headquarter
and returned to hi office tn the West
One Hundred end Twenty-fifth street
elation houae two of his plainclothes
men appeared at Cooun lee toner Waldo'
door. They were Denis Mahoney and
Harry Horn, and they aald thay had
been summoned to tbs Oomnlselonsr's
District-Attorney Whitman poaltlvaly
tald to-day that he had made no prom
leee of Immunity to Capt Walsh. He
says hs Is through with granting im
munity. What consideration Is to be
given to man who confess hereafter Is
to be left to the court. The District
Attorney Is of ths opinion that hs hss
started something la the nature of a
enowball rolling down hill, and that
cumulative evident, will pile up auffl-
cent to reach into the heart of the
system of graft collsctlng and stamp
The confeaaloa of Walsh aa rspoi led
la the newspapers to-day waa a great
surprise to Commissioner Waldo. Vol
luwlog Kox'a confession to ths Dlstrtai
Attorney yesterday the Commissioner
sent his new deputv, Newburger, to
Walsh's home In Harlem, where Walsh
was euppooed to be In a dying condl
t:on, according to reports made by po
Newburger, tn the pressnoe of wit
m.iee. queauooed Walah for nearly in
hour. Walsh steadfastly denied the
truth of the allegations of Fox that
(Waleh) bad sbared In graft He waa
tearful in his protestations of Inno
cer.ee. Deputy Newburger reported tin
recoil of his visit to fNmmlselonc:
Waldo, and within two hours Walah
aaa tearfully making a complete cm
feaelon to the Dlatrlot-Attorney.
EXCISE GRAFT STILL COLLECTED
DESPITE MAYOR'S ORDERS.
Both Walah and Fox In thslr cun
feealona that Mayor Uaynor's rule re
quiring policemen in uniform to kp
out or ssiouna and obeerve excise condh
lions from ths sldswalk did not stop
the collection of exclee graft In the
Kast line Hundred and Twenty-alxth
The order d.d effectually atop csplalns
and minor officers frsai getting saloon
graft, bUt, accord, ng In Walsli and Fox.
thai source of Income wne at once Ap
propriated Ui the Harlem district by In
spector Sweeney, who ent his own nun
out after lb llai Mgan trill he queslloued
as 10 his knowledge of collection from
taloonkeepere alio kent open during for !
Paymtntt from other preclnctt In th
Inepectlon district. Walsh bel.eved. net
td the Inpctor equally as much a '
that of the Must One Hundred and
Twenty-tlxth (treet atatlon. but he ha.
no personal knowledge of the collection
In them. There are four other precincts. 1
Tcsterdav srternoon the Dlstrlol-At- '
tornev had an Intimation of what waa
coming when repreaentatlvea of Capt
Walah vlclted him and aked what th
Captain could expect if he told what he
knew of police grafting
As In nil tbc
recent eases In which psrsona escaped
punlahmtnt by turning State a evidence,
Mr. Whitman demanded to he "shown."
He gave the enilaaarle to underatand
that If capt Walsh made a clean breaat
of everything he would have little to
fear, but the prosecutor erould make no
promleee In advance of hearing the
Irtt night rapt. Walah ant for the
Dletrli't-Attorney. Mr. Whitman took a
taxlcah ami picked up his assistant,
Frederick Uroehl, on the wsy. They
went to Walsh's home. No. itM Madl.on
avenue, reaching there ebout 10.M
Capt. Walah waa In bed. weak from
hla nine and la a atate of excitement
from worry and fear. His votes waa
weak, but his condition did not seem
to be dangerous.
HAD JUST LEARNED OF FOX'S
it waa learned that ha waa not told
of rod's oonfeeaJon until yesterday and
that the Information caused a relapse.
Or. Upton, who has bssn treating Walsh
for a year for affection of the heart,
stomaoh and kidneys, had Just left
when tha District-Attorney end bis a
slstant arrived. Walsh was plainly la
fear of dying, and wanted to purge his
a, n (dance.
Capu Walsh greeted the District-Attorney
tearfully, lie explained he had
known Mr. Whitman aa a MasSstrsts
and had every confidence la htm. First
ho talked to Mr. Whitman alone, after
being warned that anything ha might
say would be used against him.
In a short time Mrs. Walsh, Mr.
Oroehi and another nan war called
Into the room. Mia. Walsh was In
tsara part of tha time and bagged the
District-Attorney to save her husband.
Frequently aha Interrupted the story of
the past, worn man on tha bed with her
neon imo in uairtrtattorncv h
m n,,i wi- . ii
hi. payments to Hweeney of the monthly
oolleoUons. Beeldee this, hs had oor- '
roboratlon of anothar aort to aunolv to i
" w .w mr.v ... nvi .. . U.nMH 1 a
On Tuesday morning The World nub-
llhd In a summary of Foa s oonfeaalon I
his statement that one-half of the money ,
MM In Walah ei.JI 1- 1
epeotor Rweeney. Neither Sweeney nor
Cemmlailoner Waldo paid any attention i
tn tut Tueeday. nor did Waldo aocord
any greater consideration to ths sellout
charges mads by Fok against Walsh
Yesterday Mr Waldo seat for in- i
spsotor Hweeney, and after a long con-
ftrence wioh him a statement was made
by Sweeney that he purposed beginning 1
an action for libel against Ths World. I
Later he did. i
weency'e cult agalnet The World I 1
for 1100,000 and th esmmrma waa aerved
yesterday tlirough Charles F. Kelley
of No. y Broadway. The action was
begun before Walsh confesssd that
Rweeney shared th graft that Walsh
recelved-as Fox htd stated.
SWEENEY'S VP AND DOWN
CAREER AS A CAPTAIN
AND AN INSPECTOR.
Dennis Hweeney has twlcs been ap
pointed to be a pollct Inspector. The
fir t time he lost the rank becauae the
man he was appointed to sum-red was
reinstated by the court. Htre to the
record of hie aitignments as Inspector-
Appointed inspector and assigned to
ITarUm June M, 1M.
Iteduced to captain April IT. 1M.
lisappotntsd Inspector and assigned to
Harlem April 13, 1PM.
Iteduced to captain hy law and Imme
diately reassigned aa Inspector, assigned
to Harlem, April II. U0T.
Transferred to the Bronx, May VI, HOT.
Transferred to Williamsburg, July I,
Transferred to Jamaica, April M, lMt.
Transferred to lfiatt New Yore, Feb.
Truiisferred to Willtomaburg. July 6.
Tiatuferred to Harlem. June 1J. ltll.
Tho record of hla rise In the depart
ment Is as follow
Appointed Nov. 17, ISM
Promoted to be roundsmen Feb 1.
Promoted to be aergeant Nov 31. 1B7.
Promoted lo be captain May , IMS
Promoted to be tnapentor June So, lSOT,
Iteduced captain by law April 17.
Promoted la Inapector April 3J. uxm
lledtrred by law to captnln iind pro
moteil to be Inspector April lit, 1907
Sweeney wae born July li. intki and
VII a watchman before ha became a
policeman There a-e two cumptolnt '
against him on hit record. He wax I
I. nd guilty of st:a mling and conversing
H, 1HV4, and wo lined half a day
i .i lie wuc reprimandel May lk. l(W3. neok and felt the want blood. X re
fur allowing a false statement to be put ' mtmktt striking the mas la the face
on the blotter ami transmitted to i utirt. mmM th. .era,. ml-. a- - - --
March :, WOS, w honorably men- iM hyaterteally.
Honed for hla akill and bnvery In atop- A dor 1"""d and th man ran
ping a runaway He did desk duty In I out - tnr kt after hitting me on
the Tenderloin aa a sergeant and had the side of the head with a stick a
cacYM of th hl.-v patrol of Mr. Beach rag to mv oxalttanee. I wa
reaaway ssiurs " wo aent to tireen-
point at a captain. Later he wae trana
lerrwi to the Weet One Hundredth
Itregl etstlon a:..l to the Leonard street
station He lot been regarded ae a
strict disciplinarian snd was disliked bv
1 hi subordinates because he alwaya in-
aimed on reporting any minor Infraction
of the rulet which yame to hit notice.
SWEARS SHE WAS
OF ALFRED SULLY
Witness in Doctor's Sui!
j Afilnsl Ptnandtr'i Bttti
Makeb Frank Admission.
A atrlklintly beautiful women wear
Ins an opera eelkln coat and blue
velvet toque cunfeaeed In Justice
flnvegnn in the ftrpreni imrt to-day
that ehe wee Ills eomniun tow wlf
nf tha 1st Alfred Kiilly. la'l-ocd
fin ni 1 1 i , and colleague nf .lav rlonld,
and claimed that he waa the father
of her three children Xhe aald her
ii. me woe Kathr)n lltown, nnt teati
lied In behalf of Dr. Jmu II. rtlsceil
nf No. M West K!ft-1ftti atreet, who
brought emit to renover ITun friwn
rliiHy'a eatate for medical eervlcee
rendered her at the bit t i of e child.
S.iice she rent to Kurope st a six-teeii-year-old
girl with ftully In llM
.Mr. Hrown haa had several name and
aeveral huabsnd. From relitrtunt llp
the lawyer for Pnlly'e executor, hi
etoter, Mrs. Mary D. Myton. and Mufti
J Ireland, drew the admission that
ahe htd married two mualclane, Flecxer
and llallou by name, and had been
known under uhe natnes of Balden,
Brown and Travera-Urown.
While H illy and ahe lived abrosd their
first child, she declared, was born at
Lucerne, wrltserlaad. it wss th birth
of ths third child In Brooklyn that Dr.
HIseeLI attended, she naM, at the sug
gestion of Sully .the tald Sully and
aha lived at hotel end In Weat Thirty
fourth atreet and at Hackettstown, N.
it, until ltU.
SHOWED AN AGREEMENT GIV
ING HER $3,000 A YEAR.
Mra. Brown, as Dr. Bissau's only wit
ness, declared that from 1M until BOt
she rsceivsd 13,000 a year from Aully,
and produced an agreement elgned by
Alfred Sully and Kathryn fl. Howley.
wteloh alia aald waa her maiden name,
try which she was to receive 11,000
yearly the rest of her lite.
Asked hy oouneel how shs came to
use the name (Balden, Mrs. Brown dis
played a twetty ast of teeth.
"Mr. tester suggested we take the
names of Mr. and Mrs. John Balden, and
1 quite agreed with ham," alie answered.
The lawyer then Sashed a paper pur
porting to he a I Haass signed by Mrs.
Brown aa to any claim agalnet Hully.
'Oh. Indeed, 1 signed It, for I elgned
aeveral hundred of them. Kvery time
1.1 a u.. ,
.war. oumj wwuim mm -n-ivwi
W ' .'Z , 7'" "h
UQn woelpt from ma 1 signed them
willingly enough, becauae I needed the
Mrm Brawn and Dr. Blasell chatted
pbaasanUy during the time the lawyer,
' ., n u..-i-.i..i
"eS" " aaa. u
a Uheatertleldlati bow made hy ISdward
luterbaoh. who waa called by the de-
I 'ens to tettiry as to wnetner or not no
! know that iMrt. Brown ut one time lived
tin Weat Thirty-fourth atreet. Ioviter-
wh 1A rSat h MA not eamember the
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eel. He was quickly ascussd.
Mr. Brown stated that her three
children are grown and that all but one
have .tainted the nam of ullv Thl
. ,0e tmder the name of Helden.
The Court reserved derision and asksd
tha lawyers to submit briefs.
MRS. BEACH SAYS
NEGRO KNIFED HER;
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viclbi to the
jury. 3fsr hat a
Mr. Beach' first testimony wat
oorrect a eta lament made by her hue-
hand that he frequently left her alone
at Aiken when away on trips to New
Vortt Hhs said Mr. Beach overlooked
the fact that her two eong, the eldett of
which It twtnty years old, were with
her. One of thece sons, aha acknowl
edged amlllng, waa over alx feet tall.
In graphic phrase ahe told of being
at ruck down by a negro aa the stood on
the town of liar home. Kvery detail
of her leetlmony dovetailed exactly with
that given by her husband.
Mrs ntach luunchtng Into her atory,
"When I left Ittg titling -room to take
my two (log out, I noticed a negro man
landing on the corner under hg light.
He came In the gat and Mopped, in
quiring 'Doe Mil. Beach live here'.' I
have a message to: Katie Smith and
soinv one elee, I can't rnnietniberl
"nddealy the man lamped, putting
hit heads sa my shoaldsrs. btn I
was SO terrified I don't believe I even
. X wss thrown to my knees
twice sag my throat cut. I did not
j realise It until I putt my hand to my
leanlna asalnst the post al lha end el
the porch when he reached me. 1
neglected to a thai when I lie man
came Into the yard he wae tulrllng a
Mrs. Baaoh aald that her husband
carried her Inside and turned her over
to Mist HotHns and the servants, who
COMMON LAW WIFE
Accused Clubman, Who on Stand
Denies Having Stabbed His Wife
ataaW W. " J
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helped her to a lounge. He then went
11 pStal fg for iila gun and Immediately
ran out of the house.
"Mr. Beach was gone but a moment
When he was out I I imsllllni euylnR
to Marlon, UShiit that door and keep
that black man out." "
"Mn. Beach," aald Bssoh's lawyer,
"yoar basband la charged la the Indict
ment with assaaltlag yon. Bid he do
"Me did sot do it," she exclaimed with
Describing her sasallant. Mrs. Beach
aid h waa what they called "ginger
brown" In the South and that he wore
a alouoh hat and a dark coat. She wa
positive shs hsd never teen htm bnfora
Mrs. Beach glanced smilingly at her
hueband aa ahe remarked a moment
later that he knelt by .her oouch and
aba "held tight to his hand" while
etltchea were being taken In her neok
"eo as to hear tha pain."
Elaborating on the negro ansallant,
the witness aald ahe did not regard It
a strange that he chould bring her a
message at he mentioned Mrs. Harrl
msn'e nsme, one of their frlenda, and
they had frequently sent tervatit with
meseages to each other.
DENIED SAYING MOTIVE OF
ATTACK WAS ROBBERY.
Th only value of the earrings the
wore the night of the assault Mr.
Beach deuloj-cd wac that of association.
aa they were her mother. One Of th
Jeerela wss exhlb'ted. and Mr. Ileach
fastened It to her eur and then pulled
It off, showing Inrw eaelry they nould
De unfastened. Defense attorney
Byrne alto tried ft on his ear. Hti de
nied ever clrciilatltiR the reiport that the
Jewelry was worth "thousonds" and the
motive of the assault was rohihery.
Attorney Hyme next brouirht out that
the last time Mrs. Ileach sxw her hus
band's Jewell, ,1 pocket-knUa It had two
jfiie could not recall exactly when thl
Prosecutor tinnier tried unsuccess
fully to confute Mrs. Beach on cross
examination, but did not succeed in
breaking down her evidence. The wit
ness showed cotishlerable spirit at
times In parrying hU questions, bit
terly denying, aa did Beach, that Ileach
tried to get her to p it blnme on Pour)
Hampton's brother, when they were
together In a room at the Mayor'- of
fice A Juryman wanted to know If Mrs.
Ileach could distinguish the differ
ence In voice between "Northern and
The wltneeo said aha could. I'roee
cutor Ounter then rxcueed her.
Mlat Marlon Holllns corroborated
Beach and his wife in every particular
aa to her part in the evening event
after end before the asaault.
Mis Holllns said there waa u rat
deal of blood on Beuch's coat, vest und
tie, and that ahe also got some on her
night clothes while assisting Mrs. ilea h.
BEACH ON THE WITNESS STAND
Mr. Beach In h's testimony dkl
not depart materially from the tale
he has told since the attack that
hi wife was struck by a negro when ,
she went outside her cotlago with
her dogs. Hs maintained his accus
tomed calm throughout the grilling
cposs-txamlnatlon to which he wat cub- ;
Jected by Prosecutor Uunter. He eon- i
tradlcted himself once or twice, but
apeedlly corrected hit ststttnentt when !
reminded, snd spologlzed for hla faulty .
Only ones during the entire exan.l- I
nation did he show any ilgrrs of disturb- ;
ance. That w- when the prosecutor
asked him If he had not asked hla Witt
to "lay tht crime on Pearl Hampton1!
brother once when he thought the!, were
alone 'ti ths Mayor't oftl'e?"
"Tnat It abnolutely falae," exclaimed
Beach, italng In hie seat.
Beach, upon taking the stand, said he
waa fifty-seven years old, that he wa
a property-owner at Aiken, and had
been spending the winters her for
"When did uu marry Mre Ueach?'
stked Congrettman Byrnes, of hie coun
sel. "Nov. . U
"Have you any children? "Yet, two."
"Where were you living la February,
TO GRAND JURY
1!t12?" "I had rented my house on
Jluud'e lane to Mrs. Lyons and my wife
and 1 were living In the cottage ad
joining." "Hid foil have any g.iesta on Feb. M?"
"Yes, Mlta Holllns. She arrived the day
"Did you have any guests for sup
per that nlghtT"
"What did you do after supparf"
"The three of us, we went Into the
sitting room fronting on Hood'e Lane.
Mlse Holllns retired about 0.10 o'clock.
We continued reading.
heard a scream. My wife eaclalreed:
'My, what's thatf I told her I thought
It was somo negroes quarrelling. Them
- "" "iranuii
of the Lyons placa Two or three
minutes later my wife aald shs thought
shs would go to bsd, but that ahe
would put the dogs out first Shs went
out with the dogs, closing ths sitting
room door behind her.
"A mlaate later I heard her eeream.
I ran eat the front door and saw say
wife leaning against the post at the
corner of the poroh. I started for her
and had gotten about a quarter of the
way on the path when a negro darted
by me across the bushes and out the
front gate. I could hav lntarccnted
him, bnt instead, I rushed to ths assist
ances of my wife. My thought when I
heard her scream waa that shs hsd
found dead or dying the woman we had
heard acrsamlna a few minutes before.
"When 1 reached my lfe she ex
clslmexl: 'He hat done something
dreadful to me.' I carried her onto
the poroh. opened the s roen door and
laid her down Inside Then 1 taw the
out In her throat and realised for the
flrat time what had happened. I rushed
upstslrs, obtained my gun and went
Into Hood's Lane In search of the as
sailant. I returned tn a short time end
found the door had slammed to, and
knocked vigorously, and Mlas Holllns
came to the doer and stked who waa
there before opuning It.
HELD WIFE'S HAND A8 DOCTOR
SEWED UP WOUND.
"I replied 'lt'e me, Keuch. Let me
lleec'i said that he left I n h ue anon
again to telephone to Dr. I f All. hi phy
aickan. He met the two Wynisna. do lor
who lived across the street. Coming
In lie leltplioned lr. Hull from the
Aiken Club and then returned to hi
wife's tide. When Dr. Hall arrived and
began sewing up the wound In her
throat, he eeld he held her hand be
cause "it was very painful and she held
He s.ftid that he did nut remain in
her room during the night bsoaUSt
It lag Holllns was t nre with her. but
lie doclured that she sent for him sev
eral UmM during the night.
A day or two luter lieat h said he em
ployed CoL Henderson lo repremnl Mm
In the Investigation. The attorney toiu
Ueswli then that some people uspected
hint of cutting his wl'e The detective
he employed worked for two weeks on
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CAKKV. On Wdnedv. ?Vb. I, lltl,
JOHN .1,. son ut John nd Mm- v Casgy, I
iim Vulllvga, native ut Oasslgouas, Ken.
mare. OoiUltf Kerrv. lislund. csed 11
nacral Priaar, Feb. ". at a a u.
tium tlia rldeiu at Tlinotliv J. Hu:il- '
vn. 77o Kslriiiuunt BlaSSi thne to g,
Tboma Auuln' Church. lilr v..
nr UTth It., at lo A. M lntrmnt
HI, Haymcad' Cmtrv.
trie caee without eucceas. Then Dt"
tsctlve Usuglin. employed by the city,
took It up. He tntd of giving hto knife
to Ilaughn In the presen'e of Mayor
"How many hladea did the knife ha-e
hen you save It to the detective?'
neked his counsel.
"It had two, there a-as no broken
Beach aeld he had aeveral rnnferencee
with the auth'irlUee In regard to ehe as
sault, and when he got ready to leave
Aiken, the totter part of March, he went
to the Mayor's office and declared hit
Intention. He told the Mayor, he aald.
tneiT m would isv ir needed, hut that
fnVI.1l In'urnied him waa all Hrhr tn.
hi, , .
ij ' He a good bov anil have a good
jS time," be snld the Mayor told him,
slapping iiim on the hack.
I j BEACH, GRILLED BY PROSECUT-
OR, MAKES DENIALS.
' : Procii:nr Ounter then began cross
; I examination of Ileach.
I "lUd von have en engagement to play
jg golif that aftemcein?" "1 did, but 1
i rema ned huene. It ia.ned."
Si "W'ha: did you do IIMM afternoon?'
,. i took a nap.
"was any one tneie tvhen you
aw oar Mr. Joe Harrlman aaa ait.
Mng on th front porcll talking te Airs. I
"What did you do later?" "I went
lo the club."
"Did y hi take something there?" "I
suppose 1 did. I returned home for
upper and remained till the thing a
"When your wife went out with the
dogs you had the tame facilities for
hearing her scream ss you did tlu.
other resnie. didn't you"" ' 'Be."
"nidn't you hear your wife talking
befcre che d reamed 1"' 'i did no:."
"How long was It between the lat
cream and the l.yons's and your wife's
scresm?" "Four or five minutes."
"Why didn't you ttop tha nwrro you
saw running away from your wife?"
"I didn't dream at that lime that tha
man running away had attacked
"How long were you gone from the
houee searching for the neKro after you
carried your wife In?" Not more than
"It was linen that you came back and
..ncxTaecj on ths door demanding,
Mr lleccb. 't me In" -v..
"Are you sure there were two blades
in your knife when It left your pos
session; -i am certain there
"Didn't you try to Induce your
in the Mnyor'a office, when nan ikmaki
you were alone, to lay the assault on
Pearl Hampton's brother?" "That Is
absolutely fnlsn," crle.1 th i, .-
' llldn't your wife say thai ah. -..i.,'
I not lay the crime on an Innocent man"
' "Absolutely not."
The prosecuting lawyer then refer-ed
io me ueatn or'iiarles Haveme' er r.
Beaeh'a flrat husband. '
vthere. df.l they in, Wnni ilr
meyer waa killed?" "Iloalyn. ! i
"Wero you tliere at the time?'' "X,,
uj u anow anything about
Watched lie kaaU.ii
closely, and at one period she shook
her head as he was telling SOOUI their
railroad journey to Aiken, whereupon
Bea' h corrected himself Immediately
The NrltnOM admitted thai sometimes
ne went to .New York, leavii
neiu n alone at Allien. Ilia all
was i denial thai i
n I " ..site. lie on. I detn led
slderable length how he learned of '
sunnce of a warrant for his arres. when
he was n Paris, snd of BU trying bash
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4,773 More than in the Herald
James Ripney Makes Willing
Statement About the
PRAISES TONA VITA
Brought Relief to i
After Many Years of
Mhing tn give othrra who are f
floled like he was the benefit of hi
etperience James lti;nr of 1011
mtternam Avenue. Np lork, made
Ihe following statement lo one of the
Tonn its expert-
"1 l,. I .. .. I lai k..l ..t l,...'il,
I Ult.l It'll ril Ml lr ,,, n.ii,
for some year. BtMlljf what wa
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deei rihe. bccatie it seemed as though
I wa afflicted with tome trundle which
would never lav in the same organ
long. At times I was afraid that I
wat stifferins; from kidney dieae,
then it would eetn like liver trouble,
and on. It Ki t me so nrrvou that
I rotilil not est or sleep well and I
swallowed rotUlUaM rrmeilic without
obtaining any sppret ialile relief.
"One day I of aft! of Tons iln, and
readinK an Account of it in a local paper v
I found out lhal ' Miffering from,
nervous debility, the troulilr that tlii
new tonic liu been miiniifarturel lo
combat. I tried some Tona V'ita anil
immediately felt relief. With every SsM
I felt iH-ttrr, and now after the firal
bottle 1 alre.iily nm sounder in beslth
than I have been for many years. I
owe it entirely lo Tone Vila."
"Mr. Higncy' atntrment trrvet to
point out one of the chief pci uliaritie
of nervous dcliility." icl the Tona Vltu
expert. "The nymplom of ncrvoti
dcliility are so nitmcrou that it lead
a ninn who is afflicted with it to lie
licve that he i .tiff.-nng from all ort.
of organic rnmplsint. Pain in the
liesil and back, u (oaHug of hcavine.
shout the limli dtsgiaeei after any
effort; lack of vitality and ambition;
I n sense of fullness after meals; horrible i
dreams and nightmares, arr all symp jf
"' vht ailment, which it so preva
' lent in the big cities of Americs
I "The report from thr local drug store
' th,t Tons Vita is in great demand
When Your Complexion
Is admired by another woman
isn't lhal a compliment 'r
BUY A BOX OF
to-day and have this experience.
At all til H nsm Drug tt Ucpart
mem rltore In three tlnu, rlexh.
White or Cream or ncud ,ruc to
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2&4StoneSt. New York
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I-.,, ,i'i m,,n,ni , r,.,p.
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linen eleri evi-nlna- iinlll
evening iinill I i. I. !,.
Cor. Fulton St.
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Bet. Herknmn dt Spruce Sts
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Just test of 8th Ave.
uutaae. lachvdw the ecatciaer,
of One-Dollar Bill
NjI lniijj ai;f) ruy litillh Inokf down
ind ivtryalai iiinwd Hue,
I hurried to the doctor' md ssked
ll 1 111 Willi lO do;
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i lot," said lie,
"And v,u will sct your health ;)aCK-
UI as quickly as can he."
tine Dollar Hi!l is not a nun to p.y
liiKh prlCItt so
A "Htrl and CirrlMI Wanted" aj
into THE WORLD did io;
Hel lV in.' a lien I tell vou t ut resu'ij
came thick and flit
I bought a hargaln, and for health
till) -ay I'm not out.-! nud
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