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Sem pnPu sar I violate th 1w hy
selling (ambling house, nut I an r
tponalhlr nd tak th responsibility. I
will nay that I believe 1 am well within
th law I am using the law of public
nuisance and under thla method the
Magistrates have been able to aid. VVs
have been able to tak possession of
disorderly houses an. I (ambling houaai
' and atay there Indefinitely.
"That la th situation. That la Rati
wa did with Rosenthal In twelve
(ambling houaea Then ha mad h.
daolosure and I think It waa fnriunst
rial ba mad them. Tha Poc Vm-
mlaMonar could rest hava brought about
. I he a sgpoaarsa PNUH h IwvH nut
offer immunity. Th Plflrlcl-Attorney
'Mr Jrom nil a law pasd to aid
him in atonpln the (amblln( In th
r4tx. but thar wre Just a many
gambling houses whin he left office aa
. Tha Mayor etonpel 1n hla dla ours
venal timea to sx-us "cornipt nwa
ape'i. of d. storting I ha truth.
NO MILLIONAIRE POLICE IN Hit
"Whn I ram Into office, '' he con
tinued, "the (raft In the force waa fully
organised and had been for twenty-five
ars The heada f police had (one
out with great fortunes, with city and
counto houera. You all know that aa
wall aa I do. but there will ba ao mil
lloaairea leaving the for utw sag
"' "Tha politic scoundrels bach of th
' gambler and the rornapt iw'WMMf
1 made a Inner attack when It waa rvt-
dent thai Commissioner Ctwgsstf aa go
11 k lo break ui gambling,
a. "When )ou array youraelf against
(yil tn rich (ambler and their rich patrona
a4by ran pea up a big attack on you.
f .But my work will continua on. The more
" tha police .Id i ha mora It haa keen an
Bounced While all thla Investigation
baa been going on Commissioner Nau
(r(er anj Ratal Magnrs. without a
praaa agent, have cloaed twenty-lhree
places It la e.ni.iiatl ally not ao that
our police forre le inefficient or corrupt
What evil la here la confined lo one i
two dlttrlcta n Manhattan."
OASTS THAT HE STOPPED
The Mayor then told of hla effort to
atoii the ealoon graft.
"The (MM graft at Its lowest waa
E a month, making ."'. ysar
All of that waa wiped out 'iy enforcing
tha excise law In the right way Tha
policemen were not allowed to enter
liquor placea unleaa orasred lo ,o ao.
If the policemen ware allowad to go
Inlo these plaiea they would lag
4 may to stay out. W can't supply a
I policemen for every liquor placs ba
oauae I oar a are aa many saloons aa po
licemen. We have not tried 10 throw
dual In tha ayea of tha people of this
Tha Mayor (hen returned to gambling
ant told of the organising of tne apaclal
vlaa auad df UO men under tin ea lieu-
tsnants, Hacki : and twa otbara.
' "Of these men only one grafter de
velopod Itecker. Tha other two wara
spotless elthougn thay were tempted.
Tha mora wa did with that fore
th mora we mat with opposition, es
pecially from th newspapers that ars
tha organ of tne criminal claaaea.
"Tha disclosures heard of from Hipp
would not hava ootne oul If I had not
Insisted on his beln( arrested after he
raa away from the cety. Htrangaly
enough, 1 (ot more abuse for ubat act
taaa lor anything I have done. It was
sd we were hampering tne District
Attorney. We have been backing Ulna
up aa much a we ooudd.
"CRULL" TO CALL POLICE PORCE
"The force Is absolutsly splendid as a
whole and to make out thla force aa
corrupt la a moat cruel thing and un
just. It tends to disorganise the force.
It disheartens the men and It la a
wrong to the government of thla city.
It la time to allow tha. thla oorruption
Is matter of a quarter of a century,
but that at present It la conflneu only
t few pole and poaalbly fifty men.
"I knew when I drat look olflca
there were corrupt men on the force.
We demoted eleven Inspectors and re
tired or got rid of fifteen Captain It
la hard to do anything with a man wbe
has been a (rafter twenty-five year
"But 1 am not discouraged. Tin
sbuee and Infamy of gambiai a and po
litic! scoundrels, and 1 am not re
ferring to any particular party, for
a those chape are In both, have been
I enormoua It la not easy wort. 1 could
J make my bad a bed of ruae If 1 would
wink my eyes.
J DECLARES NEWSPAPERS ARE
I "IN" ON THE GRAFT.
"We welcome every espoaure. These
scoundrels pay newapaper wiilara, buy
I (editorials, end the newapapere have
been In the (raft to the armpits for
twenty-five year. We did not (at a
Ha In the newspaper whan Itabbl
Msg-nee and Commissioner Newberger
Jhad no lyin
I T sill ts
.cloaed notorious (ambling place. We
lying praaa agent.
tall the committee what has
suggested to ma for po'lae ohan(ee
IfTbere Is no use paaaln( any law thai
the community will not cause to be
"If the commlaaloner eould appoint
th Inspectors from outside the force he
iiwould do much Ealther that or (Ive
I him more deputy commissi oners. I have
' often thought he a o ild have ten. They
fluould some from young army otn .
(voting honeet newspaper man and othara
ark would know conditions and how
to handle thsm."
Continuing. Mayor Osynor saldt
"The (raft all cornea out of the -
lists, the gambling nd proatltutlon. The
ipsctsa graft hss been out out. The
I gambling graft has been cut to a mini
I mum I favor a sapsrsts lores iu ueai
rlth thee three thin. a. I favor It for
the reason that I vie a with alarm tne
.throwing of ihs blame tor these vices
I, on the whole force.
"When it was suggestea mat inia sep
arate force ahould be cut off entirely
from thH no i p aVStem I DOinieU OUl
! that another Ueoker might be produced.
! My notion Is that If the Commlsatonsr
Jaiced a epi
If "Bat I
more deputlaa we would not
aaa say to yoa that UgU-
latioa la aot aeeessary at all. I
rld rather have two good msa
than all the laws that oaa be
The rraft will ha killed If ws can
Sheep up the work we are doing. .
A0 MERCY FOR THI QAMSLERS,
. MAYOR ACSERTS.
Tr 4MyaM tar jrni.
that no qusrter should he glrsn tha
gamblers They ftfl and they wl 1 l
driven out I'mlor the present law the
Wall street man who (ambles at nl(ht
to sharpen his wits for to-morrow Is
(ullty of nothing. Only th proprietor
Is guilty Noh If w make a law send
ing up the patrons aa well aa tha pro
prietors fer will b an end M
"Now w come to the en.-Hvl w l.
These women are hat the men md
them. Per haps w m1sit pas a lww
thai would make a man found In a
house of Ill-rev ! sually gittlty with
Ul women. Hut Ih law does not i-nti-l1r
h man In the matlr Toil
might make a son for the" place!,
but yrei would hsve lo catch All these
women and put them In the sone. Thn
you would ha-ve to keejp thsm InaMe the j
I "Th who! thing Is fanciful, for the
' mn would not be tn going Into th
son, and If rhe mn did not go. th
woman would not (o. Th natural ln- !
dney of uch women la lo flock to
gather and In this way Ihey can ba
Isolated to some extent
'Xlnce these women were drlvn from
their haunta. Thy acatierad all ovr
the town to corrupt gool omn.
SUGGESTION TC PERMIT SUN
DAY LIQUOR SELLING.
"It haa been suggoated that we allow
Sunday liquor selling On the Contl
nen' they drink on Sunday In Kna
land, Scotland and Ireland they have a
rule which keeps the drinking places
stjaaai during the church hours. The
Kngllsh Oovernmenl hntea aplea a 1
does not use them agnlnat Iheae plac i
If I put the force on apy duty agalnet
Ihe saloons, In thlrt dava the whole
graft gaWS atuild rome back. Hut we
hsve ellmlnnted that graft I fear that
proatltutlon graft la being atlll (mid
"I understand you wsnt to know whst
haa been done toward uplifting the
for. e I put an end In clubbing and bru
tsllty by the men. Then I stopped the
number of arrests. The number was
double the number In Logdoa fur a
year. People were being locked up ovet
night for moat trif11n( offenass. This
created the profeaslnnl bondamn. but
there la not one left now. lusted of
being locked you are uniinoiicd now.
The first year we reduced the number
"All the Msdstrstes work with us
now except three, two In Manhattan
and on In llrooklyn. They refuse to
lesus summonses snd spend Ihs lima n
STOPPED THE SMASHING INTO
HOUSES WITHOUT WARRANTS.
' The next thing I took up waa the
smashing into hou-rs without warrants.
It led to the making of millions In graft.
That waa th way they collected the
(raft when it failed to be paid. When a
door waa amaahed In It waa a notice to
all the other (amblera tu pay up.
"We did away with what we call the
special police.' The abuse we (Ot for
this would fill volumes. There were 1.3(H)
of thess men who obeyed private Indi
viduals. U was no uncommon thing for
cliixens to be thrown out by thugs
Known ss special iiollcemsu I was or
dered off the block by on of tnm dur
ing the bsker's strike.
"I did swsy with th - promotion grsft
In fbe foroe by making the appointments
come regularly and numerically frim
the' civil aervlce list. No politician.
district leader, priest or anybody else
csn get promotions or appointments on
the fores now. Mot long ago you ooold
ww . oantalaoy for tlT.ooO. That wa4daya process servers
a aotorlons fast, bat ao poUosmaa pays
IT cants now."
The Mayor declared that he had elan
aroken up the pawnbroker graft The
old system made the man whose watch
wua stolen pay tha pawnbroksr for It
when It was traced. The Mayor added
that the detectives usually got a part
of thla money. He said that thla had
been dono away with.
INSPECTORS NEEDED, EVEN
WITH TEN NEW DEPUTIES.
Hrnator Wagner asked the Mayor If
he annul do away with the Inspectors
If he got tne tan new daputle
"I do not go aa far aa thitl," replied
the Mayor. "The Inspector Is now only
a deta.i anyhow. Home might be needed
In handling the men of the department."
The Mayor, under questioning, said
thst hs ill i not recommend the sep
arate vice force, and that hla Idea
only was to tlnd a mean of relisting
the force aa a whols from the rhargo
St corruption and whulesale abuse.
Senator llerrlck tiueatloued the Mayor
along the line of thle possible plan of I
liauJlIng vice and brought out from
him the opinion that the ten-year term
for a Police Cominlaaluner waa not tu
hla liking and he did not think It would
work at nil
"l.'ndar old police commissions
things weru worse," he said. "Con-
dltlons were never so good as now." I
Of Ms ten deputlea plan the Mayor
suggested that thay abuuld bs remov
ble t the pleasurs of the Cumiuls- '
Chairman Wagnsr thanked ths Ma
yor ami adjourned the commutes for
At the afternoon session Allan Robin
son, chairman of the Clllaens1 Commit
tee, gave the information his commit
tee had gathered concerning police con
ditions following ihe Itosenihal murder.
Mis report appears In another column.
K. A .Ouierbi Idge, one of the Cltlaens'
QpmrOltttf, was called tu eipialn In
further detail the operations of the
.Social Welfare Board, t'harlsa B llnw
lund, another of th same reforming
body, explained that the aesuclaie police
comtnlaas-iner proposed by hla committee
would he under the authority of the
Kuclal Welfare Hoard
Frederick 8. WhIUng. of the same
committee gave a few page of an, lent
Raines law Customs. In his opinion the
wlpln( out of the rear aabon room on
Huuitaya would mean a leaseiilh( of
graft and uther evils.
Dr. Henry Moaknwlts. another mom
ber of the Citizens' Committer, fol
luwed. 'Down In my neighborhood." he ssid.
"we reel that the law shuukl reflect ihe
desire of the people and we are oul
flat'foott'l for open saloons on Hunday
from 1 In the afternoon to 11 at nlghi
In our foreign sectlona Ihe foreigners
want their drink with their meala on
Hun. U and Ihey are temperate people.
Many of the poor aaloonkeepers cannot
afTirtM the hotel licenses and sometimes
they arc forced to give (raft."
Depart' rnt of l.ahoj- Bill Passes,
WASHINGTON, Feb. 36. The bill to
create a Licpartment of Ibor with I
Cabinet officer nt Its head passed ths
Bensts to-day after less than an hour's
consideration. The measure haa pie
vtuiurty passed the House, but arnernl
msttts to th Senate will require its per
feotloa to oanferenoe before it n pr-
Taft. f .
THE EVENING WORLD
Hilton fVjolnxim Keepers
Swear They Paid $So to
Si 00 Every Month.
Kept ( hit of "System's" Rea;h
After Pleading Guilty and
Ths confession of Ashley Rhea that
he was a collector for (ter(eant Peter
Duffy from Harlem poolroom wss ror
roborsted to-day before ths regular
irsnd Juryi Three poolroom keepers
said under oath that they paid monthly
aaaesaments of from IMi to I1U0 to Hhea,
with the understanding that hs waa
acting as the agent of Iuffy a,nd that
Duffy waa the agent of tnapectnr
Kweeney The three poolroom keepers
will testify a(aln before the Vstra-
oininar urand Jury to-morrow.
Hhea has told ths Dial rlct-Attorney
that there were four or five other col
lectors in Harlem who looked after
gambling houaea and disorderly houses.
Ths names of these alleged collectors
have been given to Mr. Whitman and
he haa men out lnveatlgatln(.
Closely guardd by Uagjt Thomas of
Ihe District-Attorney's staff and ssveral
procsss servers. Hhea appeared be
fore Justlcs Ooff In the Extraor
dinary Term of th Huprrme Court
lo-day ami entered a plea of (ullty to
lirlbery. Khea was remanded without
baMlj but after a conference with Dla-trict-Auorney
Whitman he waa released
on I1.0U0 ball.
Hhea, who confessed to Mr. Whitman
In a ali-hour conference yesterday, was
kept s prisoner, unde- guard, ail night
In the private office of Mr. Whitman,
with Detective Kdward Leigh and
Procese-Hsrver Until Kl.ng always at his
Keepers from the Tomb thla morn
ing demanded to know why Shea had
not been sent back. They got no satis
faction at tha District-Attorney's office
SHEA KEPT PROM TOMBS TO
Shea spent six hours with Mr. Whit
man yesterday, at first refusing to
make any statement, bu: finally making
a complete revelation of his work in
ths Bronx, where he swore he acted as
ons of a Uossn cWlilan collectors of
grait, jrning nis collections over to
Police Sergeant Pster J. Duffy, said
to havs been Inspector Dennis Swsensy's
Desperate efforts had been mad to
keep She from confession. For four
from Mr. Whit
man's office hsd been unable to locate
him after his nam had been furnlshsd
by Policemen Kugene K. Vox, oonfe
tirlb taker. When hs was found. Hhe
agreed to tell llls whole story. Then, he
haa admitted, he waa approached by
agenta of the "eyetem," who put l le
matter up lo him In auoh a llgtu that
when he reached Mr. Whitman's office
he declined to talk. After this refusal
he waa in. n -led for bribery and sent u
ths Tombs in default of ilu.OOO ball.
Ater a protracted aeealon with Mr
Whitman and Assistant District-Attorney
Uroshl yesterday, Shea made a
complete statement. Then he threw
himself upun the mercy of the District
Attorney and begged that he be not
sent to the Tomb
Through his attorney, Abraham Levy,
Sergt. Peter Duffy, Indicted as Swee
ney's collector, to-day entsred a plea of
I not (ullty. Mr. l-evy took occasion to
deny that Duffy was related In any way
tu Sweeney, whose nephew he was re
ported to be.
Attorney Alfred J. Talley and District
Attorney Whitman filed brlafa with
Justlcs Quit In the motion of In-
stK-ctor Sweeney to Inspect the minutes
of the Orand Jury which Indicted him
Justice Ooff announced that he would
enter his runng after he had Inapscied
Sweeney, pale and palpably norroua,
waa In court during the proceedings. As
the time went on, Ills nervouaneaa In
rreaaed to audi an extent that he wai
hardly able lo alt In his chair. He da
ciined to talk for publication and hur
rlsdly left the building.
(Continued from First Page i
nut i ins American att'tude toward an
unpaid Job. You can't help It.
"Then, loo, the moral police and the
Immoral police would work against each
other The Morals Uoard and the Po
lice Commissioner would be constantly
at loggerheads. 1 am heartily opposed
to the proposition."
"Bo sea favor ssgr atlun for th
social svilT" eased I.r. Backasr.
W iu, I thiak It would saaks graft
easier. Ths wretcksd womsa woald
bs at ths mercy of ths polios, who
would know wawrs to Sad aad prey
"Whst about licensing and Inspec-
"It damns the woman. A girl once
on lb book never gta off. Sh. Is
d (in i I and damned forever with die
anting system. She has no rhanca if
reforming, and, ai you know, most
women are driven to tha Ufa by hunger.
WORST IN WORLD
and should havs a eh anc to gat bash.
Here to Prove His Serum
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Bo far as the licensing system affects
graft, you will,' find that the French
police prey on unfortunate women Just
as much as our pollcs ars alleged to d.
So that I think that both licencing and
Inspection are farces in countries whsr
thsy are In practice."
"What about the saota aaa-
"It ami aever he solved tO wa
haw Saaday opening- I hellsvs
th atajorlty f th people woald
f avsr saoh a law. la ths wsi
we could well afford to open th
salooaa oa Sunday. Wi are fall of
Anglo-Saxon hypocrisy, howsvsr,
aad poaalbly such a law might
CRITICISES PRIVATE ORGANIZA
TIONS AMONG POLICE PORCE.
Mr. MoClellan criticised the form-
In- of organizations of officials and
man within ths Police Department
The different ocletlea, he declared, had
been responsible for tihe rottenness f
the force. The members worked only
for themselves and lncreass In salar
ies, he declared, with no thought for
ths city or citizens.
'Did yoa know that a dinner Wa
hsld Saturday night by ths Untenants'
Association at whloh aa Indicted offi
cial was preseat?" asked Mr. Saekaer.
I did," said ths ex-Mayor.
'What did yon think of Itf
I you know that th sams ssui
ciatlon had prevailed on a certain m.-
mlSHloner to huvr the numbers iitke
off ihe police lieutenants' shields so
that they could never be reported?"
Thla concluded the former Mayor's
LOW OPP08E8 A STATE POLICE
Former Mayor Setli Low told the
committee he did not believe In a State
'The Police Department I a part of
the administration of ihe city," lie aald,
"aa much so as the Department of
Watsr Supply or Bridges. The Mayor
has control of ihoue departments; he
should have control of the Police De
partment, likewise. The Commlaaloner
ahould be removable at the Mayor's
pleasure. The moment the Police De
partment (eta out 'T touch with the
Mayor Its efficiency is lost.
"The police look upon vlo without
feellnc they are called upon to admin
ister ths laws. For thai reason I favor
Mayor Oaynor's suggestion of remov
ing the control of the three vices
liquor, gsmbllng and prostitution from
the hands of the Police Depsrtment. I
would like to see women on that Morale
Board, because men are hard and mer
ciless Ruch a noman aa Mrs. Iajw, for
Instance, might have been a good angel
At any rate It's worth trying. Nothing
ould be worse than we have had. Let
us try to make It better.
"I think It would be a good thing to
establish on the police force the army
code of honor for civic protection."
DEFEATED IN HOUSE.
Naval Commit tee Report Set Aside
and Ameutment for One
W A8HINOTON. Feb. 26 The two-
bailleshlp programme tavornbly report
ed by the House Naval Committee was
net tgd to-day In the House, sitting aa
a Committee of the Whole. An amend
ment to appropriate for one battleship
only went through, 114 to 131.
A majority of the Democrats vot-?d
for the amendment, whll the Republi
cans were almost solidly against IL
IFrdM ih Ps1tsss )
Fame la merely an elevation on which
ths victim Is plu. i d In ord. : to g.v.
people a buller chance to thiuw mud
VASSAR GIRL ELOPES;
IS WED WHILE MOTHER
TRIES TO HEAD HER OFF
Miss Ruth M. Comins, Whose
Father Is Rich, Runs Off
f",clal In Tilt Kietniif W(ld I
POTOHKKBPSIK, N. Y Feb.
Mlas Ruth M. Comlna, a member of the
Freahmen class at Vgaaur College and
daughter of Martin W. Comlna, a weal
thy business man of this city, eloped to
day with Arthur Howard Winn, a young
bookkeeper employed In ono of the
Ponghkeepslc factories. The young
couple obtained a marriage license at
the City clerk's office this morning and
Immediately left fur Wapplngerg Falls
In a taxlca,b.
They had hardly started on their
Jcurney when Mrs. Comlna. nibther of
the girl, rushed Into the City Hull and
demanded to know If her daug iter had
been there. Informed that Ml) Comlnj
and Mr. Winn had procurd a marriage
license Mrs. Comlna set out to head off,
the mariiuge. She telephoned Wisp
plnger Falls and was told thai the Itev,
Oera'.d Cunningham, rector of the 7.1 n
Kplscopal Uhurcli of that place had just
married the joung couple und they
were then nt New Mamburzh, eight
miles from Poughkeepsle, boarding a
train for New York.
Leaving the telephone Mrs Cumins
hurried ovsr to Police Headhunt tori
snd demanded the arrest of young
Winn. Chief McCahe Immediately
spread the police nst. and was about
to telephone to the New York police
to Intercept the elopere on the arrival,
of the train, when Mrs. Comins, having
taken counsel with her more calmly
disposed husband, countermanded he
orders to the police snd tod ths Chief
to call off bis men.
Arthur Winn Is twenty-two yeara of
at and his young bride Is nineteen.
SHOT BRIDE TO DEATH
FOR INSISTING ON KISS
IN THEIR HONEYMOON.,
Married Two Weeks, VaTfC An
swered Girl's Pleadinff With Two
Bullets From Revolver.
IS welal In The Etentnf World 1
TRWNTON. Feb. M. Her demand for
a kiss caused the denth of Mrs. I.esg.)
v.eir,. nineteen veara old, to-day. Her
husband, who Is two years her senior
haa confessed to the police that he mur
dered her because she pestered him for
Ths counle wsre married two weeks
ago and were apps-i.ntly perfectly happy
until to-day. Vergo was preparing to
leave the house when his bride asked
him to kiss her. lie MM ner ne was
tired of klsNlng her. The girl became
indignant and Inalsted, crying and
pleading, then demanding.
Vergo was atubborn. He shouted that
It wus an unneceasary burden on a man
to kiss his wife every time he left the
house. Mrs. Vergo attempted to detain
him by force. He etruck her. iShe
grasped Ills coat.
Vorgo pulled a revolver from his
,iock-t nnd fired twice. The bride
d'wppi.! dead. The man then tried to
en hla own life, but Initiated only a
all' hi wound.
TAKE 27 STRIKERS
TO BLOCK RIOTING
Arrests Are Made When Crowd
Threatens to reck Ma
chinery in Plant.
An alarm from the Hehring Dy
I Works at Ityl avenue and "The Valley
of the flocks. " beside the Passaic Rlv.r,
! in Pater son, to-day took fifty reserve
polli enien, under command of Sergt.
Coyle, to the place In automobiles They
I found .'igltator.i of the I, W. W., advo
cating the strike of the silk mill work
ers, had entered the plant and oprnad
the steam plpea, ft, ling the place with
All the dyers had rushed Intn the
yard. Fifty or more seemed In sym
pathy with the agitator-' and were talk
ing ot going hack into the plant und
wrecking the machinery, under th
cover of the steam clouds. The rest
left the place as fast aa they could
Covle went Into the group of trouble
makers and told them to get out of the
yard and disperse. They refu; ed and
twenty-sevt ii of lliein were, arrested.
They will be arraigned before the Re
cord! r to morrow i
There wits it meeting of th.' strikers
In Turn Hall at noon to-duy The ptliu
cliMil speaker was Chief of Polio Plni
aon. ,vho concluded some emphatic nd
vice regarding the aSTlMblMt of no d
order and obtHllence to law uy roudlng
the riot act.
The strikers cheered him with ap
parent sincerity. He had previously
demonstrated to thorn, by closing Turn
Hnll and every other hall In the city
o. any else, that he could keep ther.i
from meting, except under the condi
tions which he d!otetd, l-Jwa'.d Koett
gen and Ulovnnnl Stroblno of the In
dustrial Workers of the World, also
spoke. Thev carefully warned tho
strikers to avoid violence.
Kllzaheth Ourley Flynn, who was ar
rested yesterday for Inciting to disorder
and went to New York after she had
been balled out, returned to Peterson
just before noon. She said she d d
not Intend to make any speeches to-day
Carlo Treses, arrested at 'he same
time, was also balled out to-day.
t hief Rlmaon. Iiacked by Mayor Me
Pride and Prosecutor Dunn ot Passaic
County, maintained a guard about
the factories to-dwy. There were
two uniformed men at the door of
every mill to see that the weavers and
dyers who are out on strike should not
molest those who stick tu their lob
Patrols In the factory district were
.1. milled Many detectives mingled with
the crowds on the street. The entire
reserve force of the city was held at
Police Headquarters, with stttomoblles
ready to take them swiftly to sny scene
No permits will be issued for street
peaking during the strike wild any cor
net orator who may appear, whether
strikers or not, will be arreated. This
applies to woman suffrage advocates
snd tnmperance preachers, as all sue i
meetings are prohibited by ordinance
and may be held only on permit. These
tare ordinarily freely granted, but
be suspended during the strike.
VI 1 1
IN SHOPPING CROWD
Team Starts Down Sixth Ave
nue and One Horse Dashes
Two runaway horses ran upon Ihe
sidewalk, at Sixth avenue and Thirty
eighth street, thla afternoon, and for
five blocks endangered hundreds of
lives. Women and children dodged Into
doorways and Into the roadway, while
the horees tore along.
The runaways were hitched to an
Adams Exprees Company wagon. At
Thirty-eighth street while the driver
was in a store, they started off. At
Thirty seventh street the wagon wound
Itself around an "L pillar and waa
smashed, leaving the horses free.
Harry Schuerrlkon, chauffeur, stop
ped the Hist runaway horse at Thirty-
sixth street. The second headsd lor
Broadway and the densely crowded
shopping district, and kept right on the
At Thirty-fourth street, where the
blggi si Bhmpplug crowd is found, the
borne made his dash for Broadway
Traffic Pollceinuu Harmon, on fixed post
leaped at the horse und missed. A
crowd gathered, and the policeman
made a second try. He got ths horse
this time. The crowd cheered.
Wilt Ol.ll I ' It I 1 1 MIS AHF. BKHT.
iKrom llsr Cliicsgu lUcnol Herald. I
"Pa. why la it that old friends are
"One reason la that If they are old
enough they lll know II Is useless to
try to borrow inonsy from you."
Removes blood humors and
eruptions, improves complex
ion, creates an appetite, aids
digestion, and relieves that
Get it today In tha usual squid fofn
or In th tablet callad Ssrssttba, 1
GIRL MADE A PRISONER
COURT; THEY ARE HELD
Hysterical on Stand, Miss Tef
fer Points Out Men She
When Philip Wa -Herman of No. n2
llurke avenue waa arraigned before
Magistrate Vorhees In Jersey Avemi"
Court, llroolslyn, to-o. on the com
plaint of ' 'i:liteen- ear-old Anna Teff. r
or No. :v Hinke avenue, the girl be
W.ieim.m waa chanted with having
Induced her to go 'to Huffulo with SIM
I'r. r., to take s place In the chorus of
.i musical comedy which was rehears
ing the- She said they were met at
lluffalo be Samuel I.evlne of No. Mf?
Williams avenue, who took them to what
In called an actors' hoarding house,
There, a -cording to Anna's statement,
she wa. ki pt a prisoner until Pi l I".
when she rt-cuped and rturne.l home.
In the midst of her testimony the g-tii
bogan to scream. Shu pointed to twe
men sitting In the spectator's benches
"There's that man Sam IsSrlSI now,
talking with his brother Nathan. He
is the one who took me to MtM horrlUle
I.evlne started to leave, but court offi
cers ran Into the audience and arretted
lKth him and his hrooher and took thein
liefurc the Magistrate.
The LaVlnSg were hold In 12.001) ball
each on a charge of having conspired
w.th Wassei iniin, who was held for the
Orand Jury In ll.non for abduction.
SAYS CURES WILL
(Continued from First Page.
venlent to the works and for those who
call on me for help."
Though Dr. Friedman declined the
offer of tl.ooo.uno made to him hy Presi
dent Charles K Flnley of the Aetna
National Bank for proof that his serum
would cure ninety-five out of a hundrid
oases of tuberculosis, his relations wit.
Mr Flnley are friendly, and the banker
and real estate promoter wus about the
Waldorf much of the day.
The managers of t.ie Waldorf ha
been rather worried for feur that th.
wldcapread accounts of tile physician
would bring a large number of lekl)
Pennine to the hotel, causing frlgh
among the other patrona. None audi
were seen about to-day, and It waa gai
that none had asked for Dr. Fi le I
mann. Manager Stewart said Hint tin
matter waa one which could he attend l
to wlien the emergency arose.
INVITES FIRST PATIENT TO
COME AT ONCE.
Dr. W. A. Pltxele, President of the
Board of Health of l.oralne ()., and
Dr. E. (t. Wstklns. a similar ofllcla
of Memphis, T, nn.. visited Dr. Fried
in. inn to-day and asked nim to come t
their cities The scientist refused t
gu, but said he would instruct bol1
physicians In the use of his culture ann
give them a supply of ihe bacilli.
Jan.es K Cooley of No. 1.' Rhsi
Klghty-se-ond street ailed on Dr Fried
mann with a letter of Introduction from
Ambassador LatakMSSS. Mr 'lolay has
a brother suffering from tuber irlosls
who is now In New Magic) .nd Is
anx.oua tu undergo the Priedrnann treat
"Let him come on at once." said Dr.
Friedman, cordially. "My great de
sire," continued lr. Friedman. "Is to
get to work to show the merit of the
serum treatment aa oun as possible
and In such a way that the lurgest pos
s hie number may be benefited. A pre
liminary exploitation of myelf or the
serum can do no good at all and only
detracts my attention from the real pur
pose of my visit here. Let the reaults
SpecW far Wednesday
1M I K KM II I Kr. Ill KArr.KI
POt NO BOX
taauRTKP trim urf.n rmiT tb.
I.KT8 rrnsea Julee of the rroit
,.ia.. turns. The manner f I. eft fla-
vnrlng retains all the natural tastes.
aad fae aartBeal of oransr, iimioi.
Mine. IVIld Cherry, rlsiseea. wiBier-
green and Morehnund la resllv
Inn Ina Isg. sMic value elae-
hrV7 PO! Nl BOX
I Ol T'a C'Ot'O t-The same hlsh standard that Is embodied in sll Loft
eunfee Ions Is represented Is Ihe eutoa e.libli l.eais our name. Onlv
the flnr.i and ehubesl coma Leans are used, and a tin will alt nt
runs of uaeuualleu delliluuaneaa. IKH IIS
PENW A POIND PROFIT P US PARCEL POST
In ef our enndle will he delivered In
seat rene Ihetnern Till snd IAO miles
f New York I b Parcel I'usl br adding
the amounts nnnoalte to rover uoetose
on eandv and rnBtalser. Other sua
ate ua bwmIIi alien.
Park Bow. orllsii.lt snd 13.1th street store open every evenlnv until It ,r
All ur steres open Balurdav etenlns until II ..Vlneli" ,c
M BARCLAY STREET
Cor. West droadway
W CORTLANDT ST.
Car Church Street
Park Row Nassau St JTZeijtr
At City Hall Park
GOULD STIRS WALL STREET.
I p la tssalled.
The tie-up In subway Baffo'lallWH
because of the flould Interest In Man
hattan caused ns much Interest, and
conversation In Ihe financial district to
day is It did In the office" of the V ililk
Service Commission. Mr. lul I s leffwV
thnt he had offered to sell his hoc Ingi
In Monhattan for 17". or a similar o-lcr.
when the stock haa bM sold I tt'Clem
around 1SJ. whs oonwnei'ted UK rJ
there were m m reports th it Ihe whtet
matter concealed a deep-laid flnSJS
And what will f, P Morgan Co.
and Rutin, lafatb A Co fi to Ml OeOffi
llouid now?" wa n lurry ,n Wu.i e rc t
FINDS WHAT SHE
WAS LOCKING FOR
Had Been Extremely Weak anc1
Was Run Down in
RECOVERS HER APPET1T '
After Taking Just One Bott
of the New Tonic.
'One of the moat frequent aympto
ol nervous debility, the great motif
ailment, is loss o( appetite." staleil Jo
Baaglay Webb, who is satiating in t
introduction of Tona Vita.
"The reason for this is the stoma
hecumcs wrak ami enervated, there is
desire (or nourishment ami, in con-
asB SJ, the body gcta aluggish and feel
(or the lack of furl to run it.
f i i . I . . t , i , il : t- l
I llllll i iini ill i lit- 1 1 .( i nKiinni, iur
I ptililish from day to day the fact tha
Tona Vita restores Ihe appetite stanr1
out aa a striking feature. The reason
that directly nervous debility has be
lelieved. the first thing the body crav
will he fnod to enable it In obey t!
mandates of nature. Directly after tl
appetite has returned the other org
lirgin lo perforin I heir proper function
"To-dav 1 am selecting Hie lestimoai
of Mrs. James Malheson of ;ll0 Kulti
St., Brooklyn. N. Y.. who slates:
'I have used Tnna N ita and find
lias (riven me great relief, and won
gladly rernm.mriid it to any one raqui
ing a medicine to relieve them from th
run down ferling. I was troubled wi
weakness and not able to eat, bi
.since taking Tona Vila I find my app
lite improved and 1 am feeling muc
"Since nervous debility is an ailmen
of the I. rain, which has control of ever
organ of the body, it follows that th
symptoms are many and varied; in fart
the symptoms which may denote th
trouble are too numerous to mention
Among others are loss of weight, coi
stipalion, numbness in the limbs, chill
bloating of the stomach or difficulty I
"Tona Vita ran be purchased in an
of the leading drug sturea in New Yuri
r BRAND .pa
Prepared where Qeudi
neu Reigns Supreme
OUUMNfl AND UKl'A 1RINCJ
r-u.ul to New.
Pnesrts Allsrwl Mederat Pries
v HEINK roHHKTs ANIt BlaAaalKBEs
fltUsl by eliwrt.
LADY OF UI'AMTY OuuaET SHOP,
Watt ' ' and floes
Spec'al lor Th rsday
ii.i tHr.HHV TAUi.trra hsjer this
new and originsi fiavuri at A
I -It prli e elMewbere.
rOI NU BOX
rOTOANI T lltll KillTa - Ths ftaest
shredded ei lenut. heaped Int a-
erwiia sUed mviinds sad revered cmn
uleieli llh a tastv eoallas ef New Or
leans molasses.. These who have cem
nsred these with the kind to be had
elseiillere at -lllr blive lie dllficiilt,
naskina up tiieir mines tu rt
i elf In the future.
rill Ml BOX.
. . .lit n-lh. hos.
. .It talk. Iin.
. . .1 T-lb. hot .
. Jf N-lh. bos.
Postal note ur currenew bk,.i m.
. nan t urder.
Cor. Fulton St.
147 NASSAU STREET
Bet Beekmin at Spruce Stt
2tt W. 125lh STREET.
Just East of 8ti Av. y
) -lb. hoi
i i-lb leu .
) :i-lb. bet
I Hi. but