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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1918. 1
L ertaa. "
,f nod from
houle' fee br nob oours It otri In
removing: "herlff from hi offlc
"I bllv that It would not bo right
to Mddlo Bw Mayor with tho Polio
Cemmllonr mfls by til prdoor.
Tho trm of Mayor and Poll - Com.
mlslorier snVseM bo co-tormlnoua.
f LIEVES DISMISSAL OP POLICE
MOULD BE FINAL.
"I bIWo that tho DotorUv ruru
seowUoa w JJdormna Carres, wbe
la rroaHiar ovr tho Aldormaalo la
Tootljatton." Mr. Waldo ieolarea1 that all Bh poll-
Kwnatal eroa mxohum ho would not
permit ffamtolini i run.
'"Ph framMnr wanted tho protwotlon
ther had paid for but they noaild not
set It. Than oam lit -anrlaI I
hav rotten lid of many pottoo ofTlrer
alneo 1 have been In oftV and ronvlot-
eaasM bo kept aaparato from the unl-j ad fifty of them laat year, but nothlnc
formed fore, but undor tho ardor of , wu sold atout It. I now jnit on III
tho Commleeloner. Ther ohouM bo a nnw oaaptaln anil that mean 17 old
toot lawyer aa a Trial Oommlralonor, n. eontaarrdnated wvoh rho old -and
dltmlaaal abould b final. There torn, put aV1. TAd plan of a aii
should b alao wow aummary power -mora la' pollna for-. I am not praapared
of punlshmont (ivan Inspector and
Mr. MoCVallan pointed oat tho thro
chlof aourraa of draft, liquor ocMlnc.
gambling and tho aoclal orll.
"Poraonallr I ahould Ilka to aa ealoon
kept open aa long a they want to run.
I don't think ther would t any Croat
harm In totting thorn keep p i all day
Sunday. Tho Sunday law would finally
ollmlnat thla l in- of (raft It br, im
poaalbl to onforo tho praaant law
against Sunday awHInc."
Ha thought that tho evils of gamhllng
couM b tnlnlmliod If tho nittrlet-At-tornoy
and tho Polio Commlaaeonor
workd together, although h thought
that thoro would nvr b an and to
IB gambling tnatlnct
"It la a well-known faot that th
majority of tho women on the atroota
are driven there becau they are hun
gry." ha aald. aa he reached the aoclal
evIL "It la alao well known that many
of them become atralght when they do
gat honest work. The Parte eyetem
makoa each woman of thla type regla
ter aa ouch, and when abe regleUr oho
m damned and loot
OP A FT EASIER FOR POLICE
The wltneaa thought that era-rogation
would make craft eaaler for th police.
H favored olaailng th often of the
woman aa a nulaanc and not aa
crtaaa. "Th women would not b har
rled from bell to damnati n aa wc harry
them." h aaM, "and would not nav to
glv ajp graft aa they do under th law
Mr. MoClellan nppoe), at conaldora-
bl lanrth, th Idea of a aoparate polio
for to handle tho nforrrant of th
vie la,wa H thought it would be e
caadlnglr hard to keep th "moral"
pall fore pur. It waa bard I ough
to keep the regular fore on th layl.
"t bllve that th crux of th who!
rattan n In th police aystem I to
b found among th ftohc officer
a bar th rank of eergant. Tou can
not otsarag th! at at a of affair abort
of eternal and oomplot reorganisation."
la urging that police offlcor could
bo trained for tba aervlce outald of
the for Mr. MoCUIIan declared that
It waa an army officer who brought
aboat tba conviction of the thirty
oaa Camorrlat In Italy.
KAdJT SIDE HAS A CAMORRA PO-
UCI CANNOT SHAKE.
"It waa one of th flneat plecea of
work vr den." he declared.
la th aat aide
t York, waa broken as In Italy.
former Mayor then took up hi
Mr training police officer. Th
It would prevent pro
of capable policemen h nit
waa not alwayt th
who got advanced. II
. a policeman who waa
ItrtaJy honoat and epok seven lan
Who oould never get higher
fifty on th civil eervtce teat
T United State JaokJe." h do-
"ha no poaaaWllty of getUng a
but eta la tba flneat laokl
fe the world."
ftjajMSlaluBar Waldo followed Mr. Mc
Ofaaa. H rooked well and waa aay
is awn ni. hi vole abowod no ex
and hi word war devoid of
I ami rati faeUng
Waldo toed of hi removing graft
iwaBBBBBOM y forming a Central Of
eaBBat aad taking th enforcament
af viae lanvs from the uniformed for.-
"S bb oourt and th public pre
auartaan th gaoUc," It aald. "ther
te b ao trouble about aforalng gam
bMag law. In operating the Central
OgCao aquad I changed my lleotenanta
frequently to remove danger of them
Maw wrong. The plan baa put an end
to public gambling. If the court
warrant to enter SammMIng
oa th aaano do re of evidence
reoattred for other arreata It would it
aataptt to keep the ga::. huuaea
to raronvmond. 1 think rt would ln
SOCIAL EVIL OREATEST OF PO
"My own Ida la that gaanMlnr nan
b atonped and hould be attriipod, bti!
It 1 tho aoclal evil that I lh big PfSfc"
lam. Th beet that 1 can igitoiit la
to make It a mitaan-e Ineiead of a
orvne. tlnafl In thla dlrertton would
of thro trla-l offlora to uphold tho d a
otplln nS trio fore Tlrla rourt. ho "i
goatod. ifhnld onlly poe on auwtlon
of fart end roport to tho (Vnmlsalonfr
who alioiil1 mpa tho pnli'e for
eaofi offanao. Th man on th forr
do not think tht tfv trtele now r
armaya on th level.
"I am oppoard to tho fine eywtom," he
aaM. "A ayalom nf demerlta would ho
"You run organlr. tl - dopartmont any
way you plea, hut If you kop law on
th etalute hooka that will allow graft
then graft will continue. Th ona of i
humiliation and aharn felt hy th main
h'1y of men now 1 dreadful. It la
hrought on thorn by comparatively few
of their number."
lie en.1d that liquor aaGHne; on rhiTiday
under a law permitting It aould p- t an
'end to etotae griett.
I 'The preaont liquor law," ho aa.1 1.
! 'Vnivke the enJtleat kln1 of graifL At
tvio low oat flg-ura, aay IX a month fjr
Wtrik ea'oon. a cnjpfaln In tho Tonder-
i loin ran vt trAOOD a year Ho may gn
there hrtnaat. but It will bo forced on
him. lie d i'-ent have to W for It.
BOMB FROM AUTO
Mr. Waldo aald h waa In favor ofTh aaloon man want to pay It and
Sunday liquor eelling. but did not lie-1 h8 f,M a frloral at th elatlo.
bM aaytng that It
mm POlloeman who
sM of oa raa. a
Have that a law permitting It would
alrmlnate aaloon graft altogether.
lie declared, howavrr, that the eye
tamatlr collection of gmft had bean
II did not eee how a police offlcare'
cihool could be operated. It did not
aeem to him that It wna practicable to
train a young man In hool to be a
Tho ten-yoar term did rot apt"-
atrongly to Mr. Waldo.
Mla L4MItl weld, nn enat aide otll"-
ment worker, apoke In hahair or un
report of tho Citizen' Committee Bab"
mltted yraterday and ebo alao argu-d
for a ten-year term for Hi formula-
loner Mloa W'ald euggeatad that UM
oclal vtl ahould h taken cotnplotely
out of the MaKlatratra' Oourl. a a
fin or linprleonment for a woman of
th trret only provoked her to try and
got hack th money quickly.
You muel go further hack In hand
ling thla problem," aha eald. "Mania
rate and plain clothe men are not
trained to handle tho girl. I would
auggoet that you oat'ihllah a fore of
policewomen to Iran II. thla inaltcr. They
wouM tindcratHiid the plight of the girl
and the real effort to redeem them
RAMI IN FAVOR OF A MORALS
Rabbi II. Pert-Ira Mrndo, meniher
of th Committee of FoUl loon, ea-
prraied hluxrlf In favor of inourle
I'ollc Inapector Itwyer. In ohnrfio of
what I known aa I lie "Uptown Tend -r-loln,"
anld that tho prearnt BOUe aya-
tem waa about aa near aa humun per
fection could pi-rinIL
'You tart a cop." he aald. "at P-flO a
year, take out tor hla cqulpuient,
glv him authority on the Strati ind
turn hint looee without the price of n
aandwlcli. Then you expert hltn to re
let tmuptatlon. It takea a man of tro
mendoua moral fibre to nai-t. He
ahould be tart'd on II. WO nnd ahoul
be made a flrat gruilu man In thriv
The Inapector declared that II per
pant, of dlaorurrly women could he
There la a nnturnl tendency for
theae women to eegrcgnte. 1 hey are
now gathered between One Hundred
ami Fourth and One Hundred and
Tehth etroeta. with Manhattan nvrtiue
a a centre. They have tclephonea nnd
are called up hy their patron, whom
they meet elaewhere."
Lieut. HnilKht declared that If hc
people wanted to eliminate the social
ovll then find (he men gullly a well i a
the women. Ho launched Into a pro
teat agalnat police InvratlKntlon nnd
declarisl that th Duller were tired of It.
Tho Fallot Department doe not re
quire much loir1lntlon. "It g moel offl-
dently admlnleteioil." he auld.
HITS GIRL ASLEEP
Second of Three Missiles Flung
Aimed at Murder of 300
JAMES C. M' REYNOLDS
MAY BE LEGAL ADVISER
IN WILSON'S CABINET.
Al l. IN FACTORY LOFTS.
iHaiae. A 11 aaloon are open ell Aunrtav
none. Whv not paaa a )aw lotttrag them
ha ojpon fur a part of the day?
JEROME NOT A BELIEVER IN
Mr aj nine cranaldorod the aoclal evil
th ;ul'let of problem that have l
wnve f i t To llghtan th burden of
the women and eliminate the police
gtnft, Mr. i . i ft ne thought that the Inw
of nulaanc waa the only practical
th'.t.g to atabllh. II aald h did not
beHove In aegregathm.
"Tho man who gel up In th Istla
lature and urgea aegrogntlon." ho ld,
"will mak hi lt poop In puhllo life.
II would he harl-knrl politically. Hut
you can't kill theae women. You fmiat
treat them with humanity. They muat
have a plac to llv and then they will
leave th atreela The lw of nulaanc
would not legal! th evil, but It would
aav tho policeman from degradation
and filthy graft, and th dltordorly
hou graft la much greater than people
Mr. Jerome eaptoae.d hlinaolf a op
pnaed to a apoclal "moral" fore
Hlalrli-f-Allorney Cropey, Mayor
Oiynor'i flrat J'oHc 0 onimlaaloner, waa
aakctl to tell all h knew about polica
"After my brief eaperlrnc Com
rrrUehiner nty Idea waa that the Com
mlanlhner nbouUI agV more power to
dlamlae mombera of tho force I recall
one caae of a policeman who 1 was cor
lain took a brlhc, but I could not dig
ml for the evidence I had wn not
audi a- could atnnd a tet In oourt If h
demanded relnatatement. Thoro are men
on th force. I am orry to aay, that
could not bo kept honoat by fear of ilia
mlaanl or anjlhlng elae. I do not be
lieve the majority of the men on tho
force are crooked."
GAYNOR'S IDEAS NOT PRACTI
CAL, SAYS PHILBIN.
BaCBB A. I'hllbln. formerly Hlatrh t
Atlorney o? Now York, rrcommen led
th ten-venr term for the Police CotB
mtaatoner am! alia. .lute control placed In
hi hnnda He enld Mayor Oaynor'a po
lar Mena wer not practlcnl and that
any attempt to put them In force waa
reaponalhle for tho trouble.
"I don't think thnt Becker would he
In the death boil at Mug Sing to-ilay
If he ha I been euhji-rted to proper dle
lllliie If we hau hod a proper al
minlatratlon tho present conditions
would not 1X11 In the force," he aald.
John D BoekafalUf Jr. to-day notifl' d
Senator Wagner Hint Starr J. Muri liy.
no of hla Invi-atlgator. would be gleq
to teNtlfy a to police condltloua hd tho
police prolilem. He will be heard, hy
tho committee to-morrow. Mr. Ito ike
filler aald he would appear before the
committee himself If b' au doing he
could he of any aervlce, but that he
woa not convcrannt with police matter.
Dakesliop Wrecked and East
Side Tenement Is Set
A complaint lo Mavor Oavnnr that an
element In th rnk of the etrlklng
garment maker I reaortlng to attempt
at murder and threat of murder fol
lowed thro bomb outrages, at least on
of which wo apparently Inanlred by a
deIr to dtatmy life, early to-day. Two
of the outrage occurred on premise
occupied by gnrment manufacturers In
th Union aquare district and th other
In a bakry on th east sld.
On of th bombs exploded In a door
nay shook homes for half a mile and
broke hundred of window Another,
thrown through a window into a room
In which twenty-five women trlkbrJ
er wer tlteplng, failed to explode,
while th third wrecked a shop crowded
THREATS OF MURDER FOL
LOWED BY BOMBS.
According to Fruhauf Ilros., whos
oatnbllhmnt at No. 64 Weal fifteenth
atroet was partially destroyed by frt
of th bomb, their loyal employee
have been followed lo their Irain ami
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II BBBWagal 11
TO RESTRAIN RIVAL
TO BE SLATED FOR
Despatches from Washington
State Legal Portfolio Has
Been Offered Him.
Wife of Charles M. Hall, Insur
ance Broker, Has $25,000
Suit Against Mrs. Smith.
WILL NOT DISCUSS IT.
JEWELLER HELD UP
IN STORE MAKES
(Conllnusd from Flrat Page)
It Is the "Biggest Law Office in
the World" Is His Only
lot th.-maelve In the fog along
river font, leaving no erall.
The Injured .leoeller wa carried to a
their Uvea and th live of their families drug atore, where hi wound waa dre.aaed
have been threatened On of thlr Uiy an ambulance eurgeon. At first It
nldeat garment worker. B ho own I Is w.is feared that his skull hr.d been frar-
m. Waldo earned with Mr. MoClol
laa's M of making th aoclal ovll
come fader th nuisance r'aaa.
RANK AND FILE OF POLICE DO
OOOD WORK, BAYS WALDO
"Nw York, a far aa the pnllccmin
ea aatrol goes. Is getting the best tor
vie It vr bad. Th city Is well cov
aad by men who are keeping on their
lob. X found the dateotlv bureau with
oat proper organisation when I became
Cmmlaloner. I reorganised this branch
f tba aarvio and In n month got
rapalta aiuob batter than for the all
month of th yar before My annual
r)jport si th flgurea of arrasta and
"fo eliminate poselblUUe of buying
promotions." he aald. "I established th
ajajUin of taking th top man from th
Hat otrly This atopped th u of money
aad political tnfluanc In gaining ad
vane In rank and pay.
1 want to say right her that since
I bav been Commissioner, with only
on xcptlon, no on ha trld to us
political Influence In my action That
flSWtfiTON mi BETURN
(tod I, 2, 3 nl 4, 1813.
tata aoid tram stations within
mil of Waahington on
BtcMatfOod rctAjming until
FORMER ASSISTANT DISTRICT
ATTORNEY JEROME CALLED.
Kormer Illetrfct Attorney Jerome ap-
ptared before the committee Ihla aft i
noon. lie spoke from hla ciperlamo aa
judge and na district uttorney.
"My ohsa rvullona have lag me (o be
lieve that the Kllceman going on the
force I menially, moiully and phvaj Bally
above th uvorage. I believe there must
t some way of helping the force. 1 be
lieve th.it taking the mnn Irom the bend
of the Civil Bervlce list I beat for the
force In the mutter of appolntmcnta, for
It relieve the appointing power of nut
aide pi-eaaure. In regurd to promotion!
to aorgeanta nnd lleutennnta u Bartain
discretion should tie allow, 1 There
might be priitiHillnna on ptohnllon."
Mr JaroaM said he had grave doubt
whether a police oltlreia' sctiuul would
"A great Sabl i-an be anld agnlnal the
arbltrury power of the Coimnlaal i to
demote npoor I think. aN.. thai
there should b leas shlfllnc of csptilna
ine a rvurary asmoiion at au iiiii. h
brings n deep humiliation and th u man e
capacity for further work la leaaened.
He will neaer do a good work aguln
I don't think well of the ellmlnutluu of
tbe Inspector for deputies or other offi
cers. The Commissioner oannot bundle
all the force.
THINKS A CHIEF FROM THE
RANKS IS UNNECESSARY.
"My opinion Is that police tleputlea
should not bo drawn from the rank.
but should come from the OUtttdS aa n--alatanta
to the t'iMnmlaaloner. it does
not settin to me that a chief from the
rsnks I necessary We have a chief
Inspector who fills that place.
Th 'ommtsluner should be a lilg
man, of business ability und with or
ganising force. He should have a hlg
sslary and should mnke the depart-
ment his lire work. As It Is now fi .
place U only one phase In a man'
career He should b appointed for at
long a he Is worthy, and kept there
during good behavior. Hla salary shou'd
be 116.000 a year that of the IMatrtct
Altorney and he should ! given ten
yearx, at any rate, In offloe.
"There bss been always more or lea
complaint in regard to tho detective
fore. It eeu impracticable to separ
ate the detective f.irc- It should he
are from other
PRISON FOR KILLING FRIEND.
Aulonlii t'Hrlelln aenleiieed mi
I'lea of BaUtfi
Anlonlo Curtello, twenty-i iK'lit e:ii
old, Hull, led for murder In the tlrat de
gree, to-dny pU-uded gullly lo miin-alaiiKlili-r
In th fliM degree U-forn
Judtte Swann 111 tlinernl Se.ielons nnd
w-as aentenecd to not lagg than eight
yaP ir more IssSb ltgtajl year and
OarltUo killed hla heel friend, Caesar
Ituaao, living with him nt No. 2il-1
Aiiataialani BVBJ They went to Kort
tleorge together und got Into a dl1ute
over n gnme of pooli They fouiflit with
their BUM and Curtello die u revolver
IN THREE STATES
BEYOND THE BORDER.
BL FABOi Tex , Pat. K. There la
ft K h t In k to-dny In the Slulea of Sonora,
Coaliulln iiihI Morelo.
Juae Miirytoiu in, w i i ickiiicI the
.loveinoreh'.p of Sono a lite yesterday
hua lied, and It Is reported he has come
to the American shlc Us had led tlie
M.iderlsta revolt In Hie Slate, hut had
been aelr.ii! with panic w lien tho Stat
Cungreap declared war on the Hutrti
Kranclaco Villa, whom ilo lulu 1'rcal
dent Miidero com erted from handltrv
then made htm a genera! of Insurreoloi,
la ropoitej lo have taken the field In
Honora. seeking vengeance for the
death of hla former QhU. He diattp
pgrd yi4terday from Kl I'aso.
1'aoaengera urrlving to-day from Chi
huahua City report all unlet with no
urnuat QBpOAitlOO lo the military giivern
ment. The trial of Ahnuham Qonaalof,
the elected governor, charged w'lh
sedltlian. la -irog,eaalng ahuvly. An
attorney luca been appolntisl to dofei.d
tilt diioel governor who remains In
the state penitentiary.
Alberto Madero, an unale of the
SaPBgatd PfaaJaabl, st.ll ! a refugee In
the American consulate ut OSihUShtlt
City, paaacngeis report.
The Mealcan I'entrui railway remain
out of commia1on IkiIow Chlhualuia
City, due to the activity of niutlnona
r"vulted from the for-i at lurg- and volunteer troops. Minor uprising.- tri
b piHlntn)einla should ull be on pro
SUGGESTS CHANGES IN THE
PRESENT TRIAL SYSTEM.
Mr. Jerome aald that he berlved the
tnn were not Hatlafled with Uie preaenl
trial 'tom aud be BUggcarted a court
rcHirted at varluua pointa to (he sout'c
faal Heat ntlirr.
Il'ruiu the l.ihratiMi NsVS.)
Aa a gnerel. thing. If the kind of
man who thinks everybody la trying to
give him the worst of It will cxumlua
eloacly he will find Ihul niture bS 'em.
own home In a New Jersey suihurb, ha
uult worlt hocauao throata have been
ntnde to blow up hit place and kill hit
family and himself.
The fact that two bomb Mere directed
at factories In which employee were
sleeping Indicates to th n.lnda of th
gnrment manufacturer that the time
hn enme when a tragedy inny be ex
pected unions the police can bead off the
midnight l.omb th'owers and firebugs.
The fallur of a murderou gas pipe
bomb to explode saved tho lives of sev
eral women who were asleep at t
o'clock this morning on the second floor
of the building occupied as a clothing
factory by Hornthal. Heniamln A Kelm
at No. C Hat Fourteenth rtrret. This
building runs through to Thirteenth
street, and the women were asleep In
room on the Thirteenth street aide.
Not only has It been found noceaaary
by the firm to keep their SO men and ZT
women strikebreaker confined In the
building, but a patrol of night watch
men has been found Imperative. One of
th.-.' watchmen, Joseph Miller, on duty
at the Thirteenth street cido of tno
building, went to Sixth avenue to got s
Op of coffi e nt 2 o'clock.
BOMB HURLED FROM AUTO
lust as Miller turned tho corner from
Thirteenth street Into Fifth nvenuo an
automobile hot around from Fifth nve
nuo and toppol In front of the factory
of Hornthal, Henjamln A Kelm. A man
it I up In the tonnenu of the auto
mobile and hurled a section of gnsplpc,
loaded with slug and scrapa and dy
namite and carrying a lighted fuae,
through a window of the second fljor
The aim of tho honih-thrower wn
good. Hla missile craahed through the
window pane and landed on a blanket
rover. tig a womnn asleep on a cot ten
foot balk In the room. Hut, In passing
through the gluaa, the fuae of the bomb
had become severed, and without the
fue tho bomb wai dangerous only aa
It might he exploded by accident.
Tbe sound of breaking galss and the
landing of a mleall In the room
awakened the men In another dormi
tory and caused an uravmbly of police
men from nearby posta. The automo
bile had disappeared to the westward
In Thirteenth street before It was found
that one of Its occupants had m-ide an
att'-uipt at wholesale murder.
A few minutes before midnight
while several bukers were working In
the o. moment of a alx-atory tenement
building at Nos. 32t-.'130 Kast Twenty
fourth si root. In a shop, owned by Hell
alao Uossocco, some on slipped t- th
front door and dropped a bomb through
Seeing th horning fuse and guessing
It will attuched to a bomb, the bakers
Jumped to the rear of the cellar. Th
explosion that followed was so great
that th front wall of the bake shop
Wtrt blown down.
As the people ran from their homes
they wore met by th escaping gu and
then followed a sharp exploskin and rtro
which ahot from '.he rums In th base
An alarm brought the firemen, nnd
after the ga hud been turned off. the
bio In the bav iieut waa put out.
ANOTHER BOMB IMPERILS 300
The flrat rxploelon waa under the
alx-atory loft building at No. 04 Weat
Fifteenth efert, the fifth and sixth
floors of which are occupied by Frau
huuf Urothers, garment muuufacturcra.
I Ueeauae of the strike of the garment
makers the firm has been housing be
tween ci and DUO men and women strike
l reakera on the two lloora. Threuta have
been sent to the manufacturers repeat
edly In the put few days.
All the strike breakers were aslsep
1 st 10.30 last night when some one stole
up to the front of the building and
dropped what la believed to have been
a heavily charged dynamite bomb under
' the front wall.
The explosion brokt Vary window In
I Uio bUlnlngt from So sf to No, tin cn
I i to north side and froti. No. 4H to No.
C3 on the south side Of Weal l-'ourteetith
ftri-ot. Many uindoas were broken in
St. Francis KkVlSf Co'. ege, und per ma
ltv.ng within a half-mile long of the
explosion were awakcm-ii by tine rrport-
turc.1. but examination howed that only
ihe e'alp M cut.
Mr. .Innsrn believe that the attempt
at a hold-up was planned out In ad
vance by thieves who had been watoh
Ing him and knew hi haiblt. Just after
tho departure" of hla daughter the tele
phono bell rang. II went to anawer It
nnd found a peraon at the other end who
could not moke hlmaclf understood. It
waa while ho sin trying to go th drift
of the telephone omvorsatlon that Mr.
I Jonaen saw the thieves enter the store.
"If they hbd got me at the tele
phone." said Mr. Jnnsen. "It would hove
lieen all over with mo. Their Intention
evidently was to hit mo from behind
while I wa In conversation with their
accomplice, who might have been call
lng up fron ncroH the street. Hut 1
aw them coming, and their appeurance
wnrned mo In time to allow me to pro
tect my stock."
Mr. Janaon could not give n very
good description of the thieve. They
were roughly dressed, ho said, and had
thi Ir he.nlgear ptllltd down over their
James C. MRynold. epeolal asalst
ant to th Attorney-0neral of the
United Btate. engaged In prosecuting
the latest ult Ihe Government ha
darted agalnat tho anthracite combi
nation, ha been selected by President
elect Wilson for th position of At
torney-General, according to despatches
Mr. Mclteynold would not ray to-day,
however, whether th podtlon at thi
head of the Department of Justice had
been offered him or whether he would
accept If It waa offered.
"It I a position any lawyer might
asplr lo with credit to himself," said
Mr. McRsynolds, "but to say I was to
hav th place or was not would b
unfair to Oov. Wilson, who Is entitled
to select hi Cabinet In hi own way.
Mr MoReynold. who Is a bachelor
and reside at th Tojrnine Hotel. No.
9 Eaet Thirty-ninth street, was at
breakfast when seen by Th Evening
"Tho offlc of Atlomy-Oenora1 of the
United states Is the biggest law off!
In th world," said Mr Mclteynold
"Under I'realdent Wilson's admlnlatra
tlnn th poalthm of Attorney-Oonoral
will be of the utmost Importance, and
the man named for It will be highly hon
Mr. Mclteynold won hla spurs In hla
prngscutlon of the Tobacco Trust case
Mr. Mciteynoldb, who was a class
mate of Oscar W. Underwood, the
Democratic leader In Congress, In the
Inw school at the University of Vlr
gin!, halls from Elkton, TodJ County
Strained marllal relations In the fam
ily of Charle M Hall, n wealthy In
surance broken- at No 04 Wall at root.
wwe repealed to-day bf the application
of Mr. Ellon Hall, his wife, for an or
der from Justice I'.encdlrt In the Hrook-
Suprome Court restraining Mrs.
Emma 8. Smith from "further unduly
influencing" Hall, ponding the settle
ment of a ault for tX.ono brought against
fMrs. fwnlith by Mra. Hal! for th aliena
tion of her husband's affection.
In her application for the restraining
order, Mr Hall, who now llvoe at the
Cornwall apartment, at Itroadway ai d
Ninetieth street, with her daughters
Vivian and Sibyl, dedaroa that her hu
hand and Mrs. Smith hav been living
together a man and wife sine lOOti
Mrs Mmitb ha on oveml occasions
threatened to shoot her huaband, Mra.
Hall ay. If he ever leave tho woman
who has won him from his home.
Hall and Mrs. Smith are llvlnjr ut
No. 130 Lexington avenue, according
to Mrs. Hall application. Hall re
ceive a salary of llfl.OOU a year and
of this glv her 1200 a i th. the
FOUR MORE ARE INDICTED
FOR FRAUDS IN ELECTION.
Tenth Assembly District Steal, for
Which Two Were Convicted,
Results in New Warrants.
The Extraordinary llr.ind Jury, which
has been I oneiderlng the charges of
frauds In the election of Assomblymaa
In the Tenth AsemWy Dlatrlct list Nj
vnmher, tu-Jay reported out a bit- - -Indictment
to Justice Ooff. chargl-ig
font- persons with fraud.
Justice Ouff Isaued bench warrants for
the arrest or the accused, waoaai aaamws i fsjaf
were Withheld, I. lis Nodel and Iouls
L-ipaohltB, election officer, hav al
ready been convicted of helblng td
cheat M. llernhrandt out of the eloc
tiOB to the Assembly In that district til
giving It 10 Meyer (Iroentierg, who re
signed from the Asseimibly when the ver
dict agalnat them was reported.
Nadel la serving a term In iprlson u'ni
I.ipschltz turned State's evidence and la
said to nave given the evidence on
which to-d,iy s four Indictment are
11. W II aof for lev Labor eat
WASHINGTON. Feb. 27,-The pleas
of union labor for reprefentatlon at the
council table of the President of the
United State miy be recognised :n the
election of Representative William 11
Wilson of Pennsylvania to be eoretary
of th newly created Department of
Labor. This Information, with other re
liable advices, came to the political
leaders at the Cnpltol to-djy direct
Representative Wilson had been In
dorsed by Iho American Federation of
Labor and wa at one time ecretary of
tho United Mlno Workers of America
Confirmation come from every able
thot the Preldent-eloct has picked
William Jennings Hrvnn for Secretary
of State, William O. McAdoo for Secre
tary of the Treasury, Joxophua Han
iels for Secretary of the Navy, ltepre
srntatlao Albert Uurleeon of Texas for
rostmastej-Oeneral. Jamci C. M
Hoynoldftr Attoriioy-Oencral and Ia)Uls
llrandcls for Secretary of Commerce.
SHIP AGROUND IN RIVER.
iiunliiok stuck on Dlarkavrll
Island In Fog.
ThO ttatnf NaDSatUOb of the New
England Transportation Company lef
II) North Itlvtr at 11 o'clock thi
morning with fifteen passengers foi
llrldgeport. At noon she was hard
aground on the north end of niiu;k
The captain sent I bout aahore, and
an appeal for help was phoned from
the penitentiary to the offices of th
lino. At a little after 2 o'otocfc the boat
was pulled out Into the channel and
went on unharmed.
BURGLARS ARE HELD UP
WITH LOOT IN WAGON
Two men In a wagon loaded with
plunder were captured early to-day In .
Jersey City, after It wan learned that
the dry goods atore of Iyelbowlt Hroth
era. at No. Ill Prince treet, Newark,
hud been entered by thieve and a large
OJiantity of goods carried cff.
Th police wore told that a horse and
wagon with two men hod been seen
driving from the store, and the Jersey
City police were aked to keep a look
out. Policeman Kelly saw the wuon on Its
way to the Pennsylvania Itallroad ferry
und held It up In It he found fifty
bolts of sheeting, twelve bundles of bed
spreads and I lot of dross gooas aim
other material. He made the men drive
to the Fourth Precinct tatlon. where
they were locked up.
The prisoners said they were Harry
fold of No. 123 Avenue C and Joseph
Kllnt of No. 13 Essex street, Manhattan.
iKrcaa th i tin Cnquirer.)
A beauty hlnter say that to be beau
tlful a girl ahould get up early 111 the
morning and practice ome simple all
round exorcise for a half hour. Why
not help the Old lady with the washing!
Take a Bottle
with your meals or before re
tiring and see the rapid Ira
provement In your health
strength and appeuie.
Ordmr from narf Doer.
WHOLESALE DEPOT, 5TU UT. 12TH AT.
Why have grey or farlerl hair that
makes you look old Why KM your
good looks that youthful, natural colored
hair always helps you to keep? -There M
absolutely no need lor it. A few appli
will restore your grey hairs to their
natural color and beauty, almost immed
iately your money back if it doesn't.
Get n bottle to-day prove it to your
Always aak for HAYS II A I It
IIKAI.TII. Don't take chances with
other preparations. t
THE HUMAN BODY
WHEN IN DISUSE
Commonsense Theory Ad
vanced by One of the Tona
FaaaaPv IaV I & WigfM
DISUSE BEGETS DISEASE
Health Is Only Good Where
Nerves Are Strong
'The action of nervous debility nn the
human body." said John Heailey Webb,
who is naaialing in the introduction of
Tona Vila in Greater New York, "is like
that of the sword which, kept too long
in a sotibbard. will grow rusty and cat
into itself for lack of something elae to
lo w and hack.
"Nervous debility affects the brain
ao that it no longer haa complete mastery
ovrr the vital organs of the body, these
organs get sluggi.-di because they have
no orders from the brain ami, grown
ruaty from lack of use, they begin to
deatroy I hem -elves, eliminating waste
"While their bodies are in una stale
many make tho mistake of taking remo-
diea which perform functions these dif
ferent urgana were supposed to perform
naturally. I his only makes the organs
grow more sluggish, and eventually
makes the diaeasvd condition chronic.
"Tona Vita uses logical methods in
relieving nervous debility. It docs not
bother itself with symptoms, but goes
down to the bed rock of trouble, and
by clearing up the whole nervous system
it quickly restores Ihe Ixidy to health.
Ton Vita lias boon wonderfully suc
cessful iu this country, where people
sap tluir vitality by their strenuous
lives. It has arovvd a great boon to
people who find their rest broken at
night, who have poor appctitea, who
suffer from bcaduchrs, lassitude, lack of
vigor ami ambition in fact, in all cases
where the patient has felt run down.
"Tona ita is becoming very popular
in New York City, where it can be ob
tained at any of the up-to-dute drug
stores. " Advt.
HELP WANTED MALE.
DAI BOY, 19 to 2(i rn 35l neat snperaa!
mil recisnnnueloa SSnfTI! not BrjBffj
1D.IXI a work while learning. M J. FlaDnlgan,
Aft Oolnnbtaj avenue, eonier UM street.
WKWBHS WANTKIa ON HILANBU a.
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WAOKS: TO WORK ON ALTKRNATK
SHIKTN. KIT11RR DNDlf TUB RNHMSH
HYSTfcM OR ONE WKKK NIUJIT WORK
ANII (INK WEEK HAY WORK. AIM'LV Oil
WRITE, JULU.'R KAYKH Jk CO.,
1IROOKLYN. M, T.
Natural Hot Beds
asparagus -and that
means the choicest
grown in any land
is that which carries
the Del Monte label:
large, plump, tender.
Juicy pear, grown b tha
rich alluvial aoO of ta
Mesopotamia of CaJlfbr
nia, where fcrtlllaatinn is
packed where grown Im
mediately after cutting, la
more delicious than tho
fresh, because It's fresher.
Tbe pantry that contain
la supplied with Califor
nia's superior products.
DEL MONTH quality al
ways suggests higher
price than the actual coat.
U0 by th U. S. Aran? sag
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fWf'tCannri of Fruits and
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NO It I II
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Iarl earrlm omiinted with diamond at Ilia
top. I.llwral reaard for rturo to Mourus 1'arla
Co., A2 Stb sr.
. Made from small nd broken bean of
Beit V Silts high grade coffee, carefully blended.
t-.. tHmwA A aatitfying cup at a money saving
tver unerea ce A 35c quaiity at
Delivered to Your Dow in S-Ib. Lots Direct from the Wholesaler
OthwCefsMi "Combinalion" 2c; "Ch" 15cj "PUfilslien" 27c ; "Port Rica" SSc.
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GILLIES COFFEE CO.
,a ... m wA.H.NtjroNw.. ghaaaaau 81 NEW yoKlt-
Special lor Thursday
( ill uio TABUnt 1 A
alue In ilelh-louaneaa, I lll
I'OIM) BOX AW
( III OAM t llKl.ll.il I I Mhredlled
cnanut knH-n Ihe town uver fur lla
nulrltloiia and wholesome uualltlfai
atacked Into inooth-alred rone ahani.
t-eiered aeaeroualv with Neiv Orleuna
meiaasea. enmiiieiina a
ennfertloa wlih-h ae defv
other to prodiii-e at twlee
th orler I'Ol'MI BOX
(Trad Mark. I
Special for Friday
ASNOKTKO I It I IT AMI Nl T t'RKAM
ikiiaiar.n -a aunerh nilnallna
of n ii I a and 1-ream I UHe
worth for . rm M uox
I Mill nl 111 COV1CHKII MAR8IIMAI.-l.ottsj-
f-tneal flully niMrahiiuilloH
ei-ntre. mnd ao lr th eaeellene ef
Ihe Inarrdlrnta that enter lalo Ita nm
noRiliim und Ihe urlalnal flavor It i.n.
no-, iini'rru llv a SB sneil of
mm i noi oisie. rur lo-uay
'u Ihla. oar KM. I I AR
Ulte VAl.l E. helow artual
eoat rot Ml UOX
-II of our
PENNY A POUND PROFIT PLUS PARCEL POST
Anr of our i-andle will be delivered la
aerond son I between .111 and I .Ml mile
of New Vorkl bv I'areel I'o.l h uildlns
Ihe amonnta onnoalle to cover noi.tMr
on eandv and rontainer. Other nine rale
1-lb. bos... .1(1 A-lb. boa...
Sl-lb. boa. . . .14 ii-ii,. hoi
-'h-. B- M M-ib. hot. .
i-o.iai note or i urrrncr must cco.
I'ark How. Cortlanrit and I2nth alreet atorra ouen eierv rvenlna until It o'clock
All our at open Batarsa evenlns niitll I I oYIim-u.
84 BARCLAY STREET
Col. West Broadway
29 CORTLANDT ST.
Cor. Church Street
Park Row V Naaaau St re t
At City Hall Par'.
Cor. Fultun St.
147 NASSAU STREET
Bet. Beekman St Spruce Sta
268 W. 12Sta STREET
Just East of 8th Ave. '
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