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ere otter which had keen we, and tfn
eubelded with a ug Even the former
Inspectors grinned spnrecletlvely and
broke Into laugh as the Sheriff clem
iered to the front eeet of the vaS In
silence. There, however, he regained
hi composure and importance and draw
a bua revolver from tola an at. twirl
in tka cylinder as though to rnaka aura
'hi bkineWhuee was reedy for lasts nt
it. And thsa tk eigne! to Mart wss
Oa Mia van'a etoga rods rigsasy and
WhHaaan. Tka others, cBccot Hr-1
hvrrer. rods Inside The vehicle pro- I
eesdsd Into Lafsyatts street and went
swiftly along to a rand street through !
wnioti H waa tarasd U draw up at tka)
sear door ( Police Hendnuartsrs In
Centre Markrt place. The narrow alley
was) packed with a hooting mob of
ken, youths, man and women. There
ware naeealts sad rails ef treating as
fka pit sen van stopped eat Moots of:
There they go to tka right entranoe ."
0t Was tka prisoners' entrance
Martha, whom tka vtelt ta Oss fatn
lly had turned Into a different man.
leaped from tka ran. dratwint tka hoe
listing Sweeney behind him. Its
ekaaTed kaek at tka crowd, baiting
them and egging them on until he had
paaaad through the door Into Head
guartere Hosier and Thompson, being hand
eaftod together. allfTited eloee keslde
eaok other, the former looking aa un
oeiKiatnod ao oould be. Ho taraed to
Thompson, remarking "Take It sue v.
aa tk totter at rods
tiat Thompson nest
ed ao advice. lis, too. was cool.
Tka hueh of ths tomb waa on I lead -guartere
when the men entered. Net a
msa to the building bat knew at laaet
aa and prokanly all of Ike former la
epeetore and not n man bat felt curry,
tor Tkoepsoa and Murtha at any rale.
Huasey and Swenev. la the height of
their power, never were over popular,
hat easy going Murtha and good al
tered Thompson kad s koet of friends.
Thee men crowded round them now
and shook hands until It waa time for
the prisoner to ha uehered Into the
IdentMeatlon Boreas In the basement.
FINDER-PRINTED AND BBRTIL
OMEO Y FORMER SUBORDINATE
Lieut. Allen, In charge of the Bureau
of - IdeatlnoeUoB. made things as saay
as paaatMe tor the fear sad knrrled rfcom
through ths ordeal of -elng measured.
Photographed and nngar-prtoted. And
thereby he added greatly to the comfort
of ths gherlK. fsr that little man hopped
from one window to the other for all of
the twenty-fly mlnutee the former Ik
speetors were In the building, watching
. to see if proper provtalun had been made
lor photograhers and newspaper man.
that hie trtamphsJ salt from the hulto
tag might be recorded tor posterity
lis found many samera man In ptsc
nd a ago ad of reporter, la tonics
ready to follow kirn to the pier. Then
he fat himself at ths head of the orison -era
and his depone and marakad out
' af to hejttdtog. norar fajtartog aa tka
earners abutters cricked loudly.
Unking huaaVea atboat efflotemny
unto hla prisoners wore ano mora In the
van and than he otonfbered book to kla
of the farmer Inspectors' rate
Tka ran hurried to the
Correction stor a, toe foot ef
third street, and there toe then embarked
tor too short rids to eowwsirs
The former I noose b
Island on the I'M boat. A throng of am
dale aad prisoner whose work gars
them Hie opportunity to awlt their ar
rival, Thar were hurried to tka ew-m.
where their handcuffs ware remind tar
tka first time einee they left headquart
er, and then, when they had surrend
ered all ana jewelry and other personal
possession, they were taken to the
barker ebon, their mou stashes ohav d.
their hair trimmed sad a hath pre
sided Thsa they wsrs tahsa to tke
supper room aad afterwards Is their
.tools. Thtor.toUi a assigned to work
- Ao ttisy took leave of the reporter
was kad acoompanted them. Huaeay
M: "Well, goodby boys. Ten ieUows
have treated us all right. We got a
I enure s no so ownine
"Coma over asms
I Dapaty herika Winters aad Copley
had aooomaanled Martha to kla homo.
to Ulan woo road ta the vaaaer
Park section of flethush In si
osr. from which ibfunaa fire-
oueatlr nodded to acquaintance.
Neighbors mat the farmer gotlesraaa
he he walked toward hi heme, a tow
blocks from where the car Magged, am
y af them shook his hand aad s
It by. Murtha greeted them
hat eaoueed himself ae qulokly
aad hurried to his horns,
kto wu awaited kla just Inside
01 NO TO "TAKE HIS MEDICINE."
Aa ho mounted tha elepa aha flung
It open and he slaaped her to hat arras.
Than toe door waa abut, Copley taking
a scat on tho voraaaa while Winters,
who had aMonspsnlsl tke laspator lato
the house, waa show a lato tha parlor.
Whoa greetings wsrs Over Murtha re
pel ved a reporter for Tke Bvenlag World
whom kc kad fcaswa tor yearn.
"fa act going ta appsal. I am going
to take my medldac I'm going to obey
too mandate af tho court That's all
I've got to say. Mow, hurry out of hers.
This house to quarantined, aad I don't
want yaw or your family asailag down
with the measles."
Tha former Inspector's syea were wot
and hie shaken manner bore teellmony
to Iks emotion of hie greeting with hie
wife. Only his babies, eWktrea kr kla
accond wife, were to toe bouse. It Is
they who are IU. They range from Will
who la eight yearn old, to Charlotte,
to only two- Pfanoja. Maris and
"Tkaak Ooa. thly're out ot dang
aid Murtha aa he ohowod toe reporter
out "On Prtday night era thought wa
to kmc Ckartotto and par.
1 1 would norar have
and k anted up-
' stairs to tke pick room.
to toe Criminal Court
H.O teat gsnnatlaa have been tried, was
to told to to dears whan Juan as lav
bury later ad a few sssnarm before it
Wcihaato A. & Ohtoart Oosrge Gordon
SaMg AMrcd ThJtoy aad Boshert
wrj 4 m . , ' - W
WHA T 4 EX-ISSPKCTORS
WILL WORK AT NOW
Here are a few af the ocrupa-
tfcuna to which ths one-time Inspec
tor may be put on their arrival la
the penitentiary oa Bleckwell s
Hattreoaee and beds far the hos
pitals, Mrs sad veUee wopast
asato. peal tea Msstee, werkhonaea.
Jails aad atop prisons, kaktog bread
far tka wketo Bepartmeat af Qor
reetloa, catting atona far batldtag
or biiihiag rank far reads.
The men who for yesrs bar
donned uniform as little as poesl
bl. and thsn only resplendent gar
ments With velvet cnllsrs and gold
brsld, will wsar the regulation
prison strips an Jarkst aad trous
ers and taxed their Ingenuity to save the
formal Inspector from ths fata they
now faced, were In behind tke eonassl
taste, hut ths prisoners kad not keen
brought Into the room.
MURTHA ALONE MIMID
H AKIN, FACING OROCAL.
Clark Penney motioned to the guard
at ths leor leading ta too paaaags from
the Tombs aad every neck win craaad
aa that offlelsl threw lb doer open aad
through It marobed th convicted msa.
Huasey led, his shoulders wsjl squared
and hie pad held hiss, although the
cords of his neck stood out with the
train which he waa forced to eiert.
Neat rams Thompson. Ha seemed at
moet carslas . . what might happen:
walked aa though he waa little
earned with what was about to happen.
no, snd half-smiled at a friend
among the spectators. Murtha was so-
hind him. His fees was white prison
psllor It would have been called bad lie
been ending las tend of starting on his
prison term. But prison palter could
have bees no more white and pasty.
Last cam Hweeney. whose wrinkled
and seamed fscs and nuk hd lost none
of their usual ruddy hus. In fact, bo
omd to have acqelred color.
The men m erased behind toe tall tee
ing the Justus and stood grssplng It
until a nourt official motioned them to
chairs hlch had been placed behind
"Inspector Huasey! Inspector Thomp
son! ealU the alien, lent to utlract
their attention, and far an Instant II
seemed ae though the men did net
recognrt the titles of which they h.d
ALL TAKE THEIR SENTENCES
Whan thay realised tkay bad been ad
draassd, however, they aaak Into the
seats which had been Indicated and
Murtha and Sweeney found the chain
behind t They ant but a moment,
however, while Mr. K each Held, on be
half of all too priaaasre. moved far a
now trial on statutory greases aad.
when this hsd been denied, for an arrest
of Judgment. This. tea. waa denied and
as i' i lawyer est down Clsrk Peaacg
araae and called :
"Prttobj Sweeney. John J. Murtha,
Jam P. Thompson aad James B. Hue
asy to ths bar."
It was ths order la which the msn's
names had appeared on tke ladichmont
Huasey. though named last, waa drat
on hla feet snd Ihs others rose In
stantly, clutching the rail In treat of
them, hut standing, nevertheless,
without indication ot e section. They
looked u.uarly ahead of them, and
Juetlce Srabury, leaning a little over
his dank aa be gassd at than, repeated
their name aad added:
af whisk yon
It was ovsr so quickly that few In
tha courtroom realised that sentence
hag been proneunoed. It le doubtful
If the prieoners themselves realised
that there waa nothing more lo be
They stood, hesitant, for a moment
and then Sweeney turned sharply on
his heel snd led the wsy book toward
tha door leading to tke Tom be. Mur
tha pushed himself out of th Mac and
hung hack white h poke a few words
to his lawysr. A. S. Olrbcrt Evidently
It was a request for postaicaion to visit
bis famll). for Mr. Gilbert Instantly
made ths demand en Judge heebury
snd Die latter agreed that Murtha. la
custody of a representative of ths
Sheriff, should be sllowed to go lo h
"NO HANDCUFFS." IS ORDER OF
Deputy Sheriff Copley took Muiihs In
charge. By direction of Justice Seabury
no handcuffs were employed and i'.;.
convicted man and hta guard puahsd
through ths throng outside the court
room and climbed the stairs to the top
floor of the Criminal Courta Building,
There they took an (levator down to th
ctrcet floor and hurried away. Thua they
had hoped lo escape the air, curious
throng, but they failed, for many per
sona followed them to the street and
watched them as they boarded a car for
Huasey. Thompson and gweeney wars
then escorted bsck to lbs Tombs. Ac
they passed from the courtroom, Thomp
son lighted a big Mai iger and smiled
and chatted for a uu, uent with f Hen Is
who pressed around to shak his hand.
Husaey looked downcast. There was no
ons to grsst him and hs paassd rapidly
along, looking nslther to the tight nor
Isft. Sweeney looked almost cheerful,
with the strain of uncertainty rsmoved.
It wae at the request of the men them
selves that they were ordered sent to
too Island at ones. Under ths law they
might have been kept In the Tonrhs, at
Juetlce Saahury'e discration, and each
poestbry couM bars obtained a etay
which would have delayed hla removal
lo the penitentiary.
Before this climax ef th trial opened,
there had been oenetdorabla uncertainty
aa to ths asovss counsel for the con
victed men might make toward delaying
ccotcaco by mcaag of application for
SWEENEY WILL NOT WEAKEN.
John B. Stanchaeid. Ocorg Gordon
Battle. A U Oil bert, Francis U Wall,
man and Alfred Taller were In court
early aad took a seas together, engag
ing in aa eager tieaUueoiwy aa Way
waited for Justice
"Per the crime
hare been siailctod. nasals asy.
to to the ciktsaii of tats court
that yen serve eae year to the
BaBtssaatosy aad elae pay a Sao of
WIN MEDALS FOR
Commissioner Waldo Con
gratulates Them and the
Force That They Honor.
GOLD AND 15 BRONZE.
Vincent Astor to Present
Flag to the Honor Legion
At the very moment to-day at wblah
Juatlr s.-. ,r,ury was giving the limit
ssatsnrs for ths offsaio of which they
had been convlctsd to four Police In-
spsctnr in th Criminal Courts Build-
lag, there waa a contracting crone at
Police Headquarttra Commissioner
Wudo. assisted by Baecutlve Clsrk
Kennedy, awarded one gold medal aad
fT - brense medals to policemen who
had caved drowning persona at ths risk
of tkstr own lives In the last year.
Each man ale received a reward of
$ In gold from the hands of Mr. Ken
nody. Whsn ths man wore lined up before his
deck Commissioner Waldo road the let
ter ef A. to. Raven of the Life storing
Benevolent Association, which gives th
models aad the rewards, describing th
heroic work the msa had dona The
r then check hand with
each man, and said ha waa proud of htm
sad know that the great majority of too
uniform sd force waa mads of Just suck
staff, dot rotary Kennedy followed and
handed eaok man bis medal aad the gold
Jama M. Wheelwright of th Par
Roc ka way station recsived ths sold
medal. Th otbere were: William Bond
reau. Bast On Hundred and Twcnty-
slBth street etatlon : Walter J. Thornton.
Leonard street station; John Dugan,
Madtoon street station: William Kron
endlucr. Bast Eighty-eighth street ela
tion ; James J. Hkehan. East Ons Hun
dred and Pourth street etatlon ; Henry
Taylor, Bast One Hundred and Pourth
treat j tattoo; Prod si Ink w. Hiilman.
Lawrence street etc lion, Brookly- I Me
art B. Da Witt, Bast One Hundred and
Twonty-etsth street station i Thomas J.
Stephen. Beat One Hundred aad Twenty-sixth
street i Ion; Thon. .a J. Leon
ard, iJberty avenue etatlon. Brooklyn ;
Dannie J. Olavln. Tottanv1tle etatlon,
I Edward J. Ralrd. Trafdo Squad ; Ira D.
Bel re, eiathuah avenue etatlon. Brook
lyn; Joseph M. Ulllon, College Point sta
tion, and John M Maker. Central Park
Waltor J. Thornton also received the
department medal for bravsry. Hs
Jumped from the bulkhead at the fojt
of Canal street Maroh 1 Mil. and
swam oat Udto feet and brought In a
drowning man. All the others received
honorable mention on the police roc-
Tfcs medala ware given lo the men to-
day ao that lacy might wear them to
night at the Hsvsnth Heglment Ann ry
when Vincent Actor presents the colors
to ths Honor Legion of the departtne.il.
ley had been clossted Miller with the! feels thai, while the others might be
Justice snd thon with Dlstrlct-Attor- spared, ths District-Attorney probably
ney Whitman, but each of the tormar would hMUtetC to ask leniency for the
Inspectors' counsellor declared hs,inau whose collector was already asr
could not dsny too strongly that Swss-1 vlng a long sentence. This fear proa-
ney wss negotiating to coufesx.
"Neither now nor later," declared
the lawyers. "He will tak hi medi
cine." For Hueaey Mr. Wellman made title
"My client. Capl. Huassy. la a high
rlaas msn. In my Judgment, notwlth
atandlng his conviction aa a part of
this conspiracy. If tha higher courts
take a different view ot his conduct
from what Mr. Justice Seabury did we
hope to st thin conviction aside and
have him relnstatsd In the Depart
ment. But In the meanwhile he will
nol attempt to evade big punishment.
Hs Is very 'gatr ' Hs has not one
ashed for any delay In hi trial, his
ssnUnc or hla imprisonment
"I am convinced that he never knew
that the witnesa 8iup had gone away
or that there was any conspiracy on
tha part of Capt. Walsh and Officer
Pox and their lawyers or snybody else
io Keep tne witnesa away until he was ,
told obout It by Slpp's Uwysr, Newsll,
th night before jx wa discharged. I
porTn8. M.Unow,r: "hU I
ausrters Rut It was hardly a prima,!
for tbe mea Involved hsd oiue been BM
friends and associates. Mr.Smyth and
i naa nopea to acquit mm, but tha at
of New York Is surchsrged with preju
dice against ths police fores just at
"Even the very microbes on the walla
of the courtroom can plainly be heard
singing their paean of 'Oullty.' "
MURTHA AND SWEENEY MAY
ASK CERTIFICATES OF DOUBT
Sir. avtanchfteld and Mr. Wellman an
nounced they would nut apply for cer
tificates of reasonable doubt, hut Mr
Otlbert said he would fight for Murtu i.
and Mr. Uattle waa called from hla con-
fertne with th other lawyer to talk
with Sweeney about sn appeal 1 until May II to give former Assistant
Tha knowledge that Mr. Whitman , District Attorney Hubert II. Kkler of
would be Inclined not to preas ItM i Kings, who has juat engaged an aaao
bribery oharge agalnat thoas of ths I late cuunael, t-rae to fftmlllarUe hlm
Inspectors who took "their medicine on ! self with the proceeding.
Ihs conspiracy conviction undoubtedly
had a lot lo de with the determination
af Thompson and Huassy to
their fate. The Dlatrict-Attorney lias ;
not prumloed Immunity from further
prosecution to any ot th Inspector.
but his Inclination In the matter nas
been no oecret
Sweeney, of all the Inspectors, oceu-
ftoa a peculiar poeltlen, for Thomtm ,
9. Rcbinooo, convicted as Sweeney'
haa already been sen ten -ad
aoi aiapa taan ten yeara or leas
a Mb In State Prison, aad Sweeney
THE IVENINO WORLD,
This Group of Policemen Won Medals for Bravery
And Congratulations From Commissioner Waldo
. lwwVt4M 4e44 4-i'M'ef T
OF 1 0OYEAR PEACE
Prof. Munsterberg Says
Crowds Think It Will Bring
America to England's Aid.
Prof. Hugo Munsterberg of Harvard
1'nlveraity. of tbs American Committee
for tke Preparation of ths Celebration
of One Hundred Tears of Paacs Among
Sngllsh Speaking People, speaking be
fore lto conferee from sll ovsr the
country to-day, warned them to be
careful In tbalr celebration least they
rales s feeling distrust among non
English spen rscss.
"There ars a number of foreign news,
papers published In this country," hs
said, "and thsrs I nut th slightest
doubt that thsrs is a certain distrust
and a certain fear that If It la poeefble
to do ao Uila movement will bring about
alight rrlettoa In the direction of those
who ars not of Engllch descent; that
they would hs brought Into a second
line, as If they would be cltlsana of
a eecond class through this movement
which Is to emphasise ths friendly re
lations between the English speaking
elements of ths world.
"I feel cure that It la absolutely far
from your views, and from s per
sonal lonvereatlon with Mr. I'urnegle,
which I have not forgotten. I know
that what la sought hare Is a better
undi-ratanrtliiK and good feeling all
over the world. But the crowd thinks
It means more Intimate relations bs
tween the British descendants of this
country with Kngland, crowding out
somewhat the non-English, and thsrs
sre many who think that the purpose
of this whole movement la lo bring
America to the servlcu of England In
order to fight Germany. That Is car-
tainly a moat absurd misunderstanding
and yet It would be most unfortunate
i: elicit a view should get more etrenxlh,
because After all there Is one century
of peace Willi England but the peace
,i,u nev.i broken with Germany."
sbly accounted for Sweeney a uncer
tainty requiring a last conference with
The rumor that Sweeney was on ths
point of confession was strengthened
by the report that Mra. Hweenny would
visit the District-Attorney and tsll him
ill she knew unless her husband agreed
to abandon his companions and save
himself. A reporter for Tho Evening
World Carried a aliuaf of morning im
pels In which this report was printed
tu the dWeenCy homo and asked to see
Mrs. Sweeney. Miss Sweeney, her
yeung daughter, who testified to .in
alllu for her father In hla trial, took
the papers, saying aha would show them
to her mother, and returned presently
to say :
"It's a He. It's all a lie."
llefore she had said mure Mrs. Swce
uey s voted sounded from upstairs cau-
Be Okreful Wbdi .vou jy, Mary. Don .
And Mlsa H.yeeney obeyed.
BmQINB LEGAL BATTLE
FOR SEW GRAFT TRIAL
It was announced to-dny before Su
preme Court Justice Pendleton that
Patrolman Thomas Fi Ho dnson. under
sentence of from threo and a half to
alx and u half years for perjury in
connection with the tollce graft Inves
tigations, will fight hi conviction with
out any attempt to "make terms'' with
tho Dletrlct Attorney.
Whcp the former patrolman's appli
cation for a certifies! of leasonaul
j doubt cam. up for argument Harry
I Koup. hla attorney, informed tha court
. that lloblnson desires BP. adjournment
"Then Kobluaon does
not Intend to
I tell what be know tu Mr
M r. Kopp waa naked
"By no means," the lawyer replied.
My client la rot 'dickering.' He Is
Inuosent and will fight his conviction."
Port f evr York.
ill at Atlanta
Laurs . , , .
FRIDAY, MAT 9,
fk WlkM vwM nfctiB otcmci.i, mev-am---"1"- a
Troops of King Nicholas Are
Suspected of Starting
Blaze in Revenge.
VIBNWA. May I Pi re broke out In ths
basaar ef the former Turkish fortress
of Scutari to-day snd. fsnnrd by a hlffh
wind, rapidly assumed huge proportions.
It Is reported here that the Montene
grins snarled ths blaas whsn (saving the
city la reveaga for being compelled to
The fire at Scutari waa extinguish 1
aftsr an extended area, containing many
shops, had boon burned Tho los
wore heavy, consldsrahl quantities of
relry. rich carpsls and allks having
been destroy d
CBTTINJE, Montenegro, May . A
new Montenegrin Cabinet, under the
Premiership of Gen. Vukotltch, waa
formed to-day to take the place of the
government which resigned when King
Nicholas dscldcd to evacuate Scutari at
the behest of the European Powers.
Tha Porelgn Office Immediately after,
ward opened negotiations with the com
manding officers of the International
flee wbloh had been engaged In block
ading tbe ceasta of Montenegro, and
arrangements wsrs mads for ths svsc
ustlon of Scutari, which began yester
day, to be completed by Sunday, when
tha last of the Montenegrin soldiers will
march out of the city.
Ths foreign admirals will then land
detachments from the fleet and the
formal surrender of the old Turkish
fortress will be mads to she combined
ON ALIMONY OF $10
A YEAR, LAWYER S
Banker's Wife Hasn't Morley
to Pay for Next Meal,
Osborne Declares. '
James W. Osborne, counsel for Mrs.
Abigail Hancock Ulshop, who Is suing
James 0, Tilahop, ths banker, for a
divorce, via responsible for the state
ment made before Justice Pendleton
in the Supreme Court to-day that Mrs.
Ulshop. through the non-payment of
alimony pending the trial of the rase,
was In dire straits.
"Mra. lllsliop Is StkrVlng," aald Mr.
Osborne. "Tltlngg have come to a pass
where silo must go from door to door
begKlng a crust of bread."
"Oh. now, now!" said Henry W. Taft
of counsel for the huebnnd. "Mr,
llls'.iop has nlready received more
money than the aum to which he la
"She has not at tills moment the pile?
or her next meal, aald Mr. Osborne,
whoss emotions aeemsd to ahve haan
a He ted by his seal for hia client,
"Your honor. Mrs. Bishop connot VC
Justice Pendleton began gathering up
the papers as though to reaerv do
claion. "Your Honor," or aald, "to let this
caae to over would b asking this
woman ;ret nourisnmeui from a
Toe Appellate Division recently
duced the umount ordered paid to Mr.
Hishop by lier husband from t3:'.u00 a
year lo llO.uuu. Mr. Hlshup, hsvlng psid
her 15,300. t.a he is ahead of hla nsc-
; easary payments. Mr. Taft aald that
Mrs. Ills tft was at fault because she
I did not anticipate the possibility of a
reduction of toe alimony by ths Ap
"Your Honor," cried Mr. Osborne,
"Mrs. Itlahop could not be asked to
thigh haul what the Appellate Division
might d j, when alio nel.t out to buy a
steak. My client I hunjrry. She 'a
without money lo care for her little !
Decision was reserved.
NON-STOP AER0B0AT TRIP.
WASHIVOTO.V, May . Lieut. J. ft
Towers, head of the navy aviation corps,
with Knslgn (1. De ('. I'hevalle- as S
pasaenKer, made a coiilluuoua tllglit ,n
all ai robuut from here tu Annapolis to
day over an all-water route down the
. . tin .Hid ii. i rheaapcuke Hay. cov
it'll t 11 miles In three hours and Sue
JURY GETS CASE
OF I. W. W. LEADER
On Decision in Quinlan Trial
Rests Fate of Organization
The de'onsc of Patrick I. Quintan.
the first of the Intc national Wgrkcrd
of the World leaders In the rec-nt :n-
dustrlal warfare in Paternon, V J . to
(to to trial on charsea of Inciting to
riot and destruction of property. wti;ttl,d Queen Mary left London to-day -j
closed befor Judge Klener'. In the t 'Pend Whltsuu with the troops at AJdey.
County Court House early to-day an I shot The royal party made the trip
the case went to the Jury ' fio.n Hu. ktnjjh.Tn Patoca hy automo'ii:"
Intense excitement prevailed among nnJ arrive,! at the royal pavilion early
the strlkeiH and the 1. W. W. leaders j this afternoon, extraordinary proCSU-
unimiiB mi.i oiew in , lose, jurn i
admitted by tho lahor agitators inl j
the atratogy board of the strikers that !
upon the decision of the Jury !n Wu n- j
lan's case depends the whole futur of
lad I. W. W. In the Paterson lat.or
world. If Quinlan Is eonvictod, BUM'
belli Ourley Klynn, CdrtOd Tresca ano
WIQIam d. Haywood a too win be con-1
victed. In the opinion of the strikers.
In summing up the case of tie de
fense Henry Marelll, counsol for (Juin
lan, made the direct Ohsfgt that the i
pollen of Paterson had "framed" ths
evidence agalnat Quinlan In thn Inter-
eata of the manulacturera ami with t ie I
hop. that by hi. conviction and tin,! of
the three other I W. W. leader, they
could rid the town of tha organization.
Marelll failed to call Quinlan to the
.tand In his own defense.
TO AID POOR RELATIVES
FOR HALF A CENTURY
- -v , , r-. 1-1 iifMI C I J .
UUd rrOVuIOn in will 01 UUC
Head of Kleinert Rubber
The "poor and needy" relatives
Isaac B. Kleinert, heud of the 1.
Kleinert Rubber Company, No.
Broadway, who died April Is last,
provided for for tlio next fifty years tu
come In Mr. Klein, rt s will, which was
Hied to-day for probate.
Mr. Kleinert left an estate valutj at
about 1600,000. Tne first paragraph of
ths will reads:
"I give and bequeath In trtut to
my daughters, Mrs. l.eonle II. Oulnz
burg of No. 115 West KUhty-slxth
btieet. and iisrcion B, Kleinert of
No. ill West Eight) -seventh Street
the sum of tlO.OOO, the Interest of
iviii.ii biia.i i.e dlstiiliuted antond
poor ana needy relatlvi b of mine, this
to continue for ftfty yaarc"
The United Hebrew Chaflttoa and th.
Home for Aged i.nd Inllrm HebrSWI
, ich receive ftOOft Mrs. Virginia 0.
KlptoaJti Ikt BidOWi receives 1.0,1)00 out
rlghtl tin lnejme of pi, oik) , t year for
life: the city home at No. ill West Eighty.
BSVsnth street and the country home at
Plelaehni Ban's, N. Y., with the hir
niahings, stab! s, bora i ami aarrlagi
and automobile connected witli both;
t , o parcel u.' real estate in Oreenr
aueet and two more in Yonkers. 1'pon
lier death the bequests sre to be divided
eiiunlly among her xrandchlldren.
Children and grsndclilldren receive
tiie balance of the estate with the ex
ception of his daughters, Mrs. Hen
rietta tJutnxburg and Mrs. LCOnU B
Uulnxburg. He made no provision for
them "toff the reason,'' tliu will ex
plains, "that 1 have transferred to them
an amount of stocks ami bonds in the
I B. Kleinert ltubber C'ompuny by way
of advancement, which I consider to
represent In value such a share In my
property as 1 deem them Juatly enl.Ued
Troops and Detectives Sitr
round King and Queen on
Journey to Aldershot.
!XNDO. .May O.-Thr nnxlcty of :h
1 British authorities over the threat of In
! militant suffrattettes to eclipse their de
I ' 'live acMa Of the past week was Its
'pl'ied this forenoon when King Qaard
iiunp .,if uiu'wi io prevent the v::i'
an! Queen beiiK annoyed or perhaSI
more acrioualy Interfered with by tie
militants during the trip
Bktrotnc cue wa also taken to guard
Promler Asqulth and Plrs; Uird or the
Admiralty Winston Spencer Churchill,
who, accompanied hy their wives, cf
Waterloo .station on the Southwestern
Railway to proene.1 to the const In oTdcf
a join the Admiralty yaohl BnchantroaiL
on Which they are to mak uu extended
uise in the Mediterranean,
Scotland Yard dstsctlvsl went care
full) over every Inch of the road lo
u ."!""" whetll to
'''"f " :"" "" " trip was made
, M """ bfn,nJ '"'
22'?Jj ?f .,h''lr "'pestles. A,rl
, deapli. th. toot that two divisions of
i Infantry, a brluade of cavalry, a de
tachment or artillery aad various
other corps which ure the pride of I
the great British army, numbering I
SO.DUO all told, are at Aldershot. the
ptaOC has been under especial police '
surveillance for several days. The t
ruyal pavilion l guarded night and
day bv the Second Dragoon Quarda,
th lamons "Queen's Hays."
A militant suff rBgCttC "aikun squad" I
was out this morning and succeeded ,n
destroyitii; by lire a larue untenanted
mansion near llarrow-in-Kurness, l.an- '
I caahlre. A quantity of suffragette lit-
i erature wus found scattered on the '
I lawm lurretwdlng the hour.
INt -OM INi. BTCA MS 1 1 1 1 'S.
1K b 'in DAY,
H'f!'hinn. Newfoundland. Msrseaim, Citraeao,
Krance, Usrre. haiarr I r.u Isiff,
Ij, KUndrr. salowp, Akjum
aUoe Cold and Hot Moats Tasty.
DhllalCIOyS on Sandwiches 6c Sardines,
4 Finr Sultid Preanintj by utliltnp Yincunr
At llrlleatesseu and (Irorrrv Ntore.
Spccisl (or Friday, Msy 9th.
CHOCOLATE COVERED EN SUR
PRISE Their mission la Y afSafb
tu Kle naJatuble pliaaiirr Ilfi
and Iber do. I'OtNU BOX
ftifrFREADVT0 Tr w
Ul-i U 1 CENTS U
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
SSs grade, offered beluw
actual cost. MMND BOX
SUGGESTIONS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED
ASSORTED FRESH FRUIT
A ronrretlon nhlrh eannnt OQaf
be had ether Ihun at Loft's. k7l
I'm nu mix
PENNY A POUND PROFIT PLUS PARCEL POST
a of our candles olll be delivered
In' fto-mlle soar by Parcel Post b add -
ih. Mioetilll ooooai.e m eu.rri
Kale, ouulde Stl-mlle limit on annlleatlon. Pvatal usts or svrrsaer saust so
Psrk Row. Coiilandt and ta.llh Htreet elurea open every evening astll 11 s'clssh
All oar stores spen Saturday evenlage until 1 1 o'clock.
E4 BARCLAY STREET
Cor. Waal Broadway
(S CORTLANDT ST.
Cor Church Street
Part" Raw Nassau St
At City nail PWk . f obsb saa
400 BROOME STREET, Coraar Centra.
SAY HOME 18 HAUMTEO BY ,
GHOST Or wUnPfcnfcP WnL-
Famlly of Jsne AxImtis, Stslo t
Atlantic City Five Years Af,
Appeals to Police.
att .ANTIC CITT. H. J.. May t.-3m.m
Adorns, an elghteen-ysu--otd dtrU wai
murdered five years ago by being throws
from the Million Dollar Pier.
The murderer waa never found, am
wa th reaeon for hla act learned
thereby affording a myotery toad wai
accentuated to-day by ths girl's scans!)
appealing to the police to hob) toon;
solve th appearances at their home o
a ghost which, they assert, hoars
strong resemblance to the murdered girl
The Adame home le at No. liu waapm
avenue, aad on eeveral occasions Itoctl
the family have startled the nckrhkvr
hood by leaving their home and esaklnj
protection with their nalghhora, doctor
Ing the "ghost" or "spirit" waa stsaMr:
about th house.
net a bottle of ESP
Give great relirf in Scrofula, Ectestc.
Humors, llhetimntism. Catarrh and i9
stomach, liver and kiilnev diseases.
A dashing White Btrisad I
collar -beestlfully sude for amsrUa'a tas-
tinousarrrseis. tbs netseiey is iss ssw ;
and ultra among 1
Has ths estra tlrong l.lsocerd Unbrtsksble J
Buttonholes en Ids Silver OttkM only,
GEO. P. IDC A CO.. TROT. N. V.
Also Makers of Ide Shirts
or HlUtl GRADE
N'nw In th hands of
ATlcru ths: Ki Rxrrnti
. I JV.aH, ALfTIONKKII.
jt.'I mnat be intlrelT sold by May 31
At Vi Former Prices)
t: Mt HT VACATE! HRKAT SACRIFICS!
I. hill All in l.SW ULM UUI
148 to 156 West 2Sd St.
Srtosaa dth and 7th an.. Mew Tort.
Trffanr Styfe Rirtf, 2S .
Ladles' or gents'; eontai: .
lurk, MrUntoai at same prlee
, a;nuti auanuterd I ars
iriniaMi of mom Uau for.r
.far liirfmonil- full cut. etUl 11
1.HSU.. and lufa an false bee 1
ins. Order by mall or call; eti'l
lanus or eoiu. it,:, ftaagu,
Bargihl Catal.ig f Waui: ,
ano Je.ielrv aant Free.
INT MII.ISHEU !.
3t Real 3itd Bt.
H e t. Wroadws
and reorth As.
fake Klrvstor to Third ffleot.
CARPET J. to J. W. WILLIAMS
Til.. S Oalmabus. Bat. lift.
CLEANING 353 Wast S4th St.
UFA FR- Mr. Ilnrhara never, nt II,.,
Hons of the Holy Comforter, lautb sl,
BBd Itlverslde Drive.
Funeral services at the bouse en BSav
Bffdaf nmrnlns. Mny to. at 10.30.
Mll.l.KMAN. On Thursdsy. Mar K
CHAKI.KS K. Mll.l.KMAN. busband of
the late Msraaret Mnumun. In hla Sfitn
iSinsral from his late realdence. 44 1
W. 14th St.. Ihenee to HI. Mtchaal's
Ohureb, Samrday, 10.30 a. m. hsi-
tlves and frl, nds. also the Win. Dallon
Abhoi Eatlon of the Uth Assembly Dis
trict, are lnvlt.il to attend.
Special for Saturday, Msy 10th.
COLLEGE FUDCEff-iavurarf i.
and chocolate iierhatM your
lam raaaee ta enjay ibu in
I ,,r t lt ...u.n.
MEXICAN STYLE PECAN
KISSES F.nJov your fav. O Cat
orllr at a uriee below the SbeM
taudard .oat. fOI'NU BOX
MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED
FRESH STRAWBERRIES- is .
think strawberrlea ars good sThAas
try the.. thru you'll asjr fjlffT
they're divine. TOUND BOX
, t-lb. boa....
1 it-lb. bos. . . .
T-lb. bos .
Madras lauasere I
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