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THE EVElflltQ WOftLD, BATWEDAI, MAT 81, 1919.
When b Ml living In New Torn
ware In and out of each other's house
telly. Lata. when he began going
banting Irtpe. I went with mm. I wu
nil htm as his gueet two or tnrse
llti.-s m Governor of New York I Wag '
w. ;, l.im when ho we sworn in VW I
..!.! -nt nd rrldent. I wa with '
h.u. in irMl many public functions
I u.ade erveral trip. with him of several
' auratiati each on the Mayflower
I nava hern with him In public ml
private Ufa avar ainc. no u a boy.
H i houaa fti as fraa ta ma as my
wn. 1 am more intlmata with him ths :
with any othar living man."
ttmlan fleoeevell we. talk, rig with
intenee eerneetnee. Mia tkln and 1
beaigil fana la not Ilk that of hi
eauain. kut ha haa th family mataog
af epeech. ; 1
..... - . - - - . .. . - rinn .
r"1 7-i ;, "jrzZi .:.h,
. aa to whathar ha waa a drinking man."
"My ebeervexloa waa that ha la not
g. Haa ha or or been under ha In
eeace at llquerT A. Never, ao far aa
Q What haa haan hit habit In tefer
aaca ta profaally" A. Ila doesn't uaa
' Tha wHnaaa waa exesieed without
Than Loot waa oallsd Ha testified
ho (ret root Kseevelt whon tha Colooal
besama Ooveraor of Naw Tor Durtrg
tha aaran and ana-nan: yaaro in.
Tlgggg 111 Administration Hr. Losb aald
ha waa aaaoalatod with tha President,
rat aa aaalatant secretary ta him and
jaiar aa hla aaeratary. Ha aaw rtooae
vgfc e fiaallaat arary day. Including
"f moo In touch with htai a hla work
ing houra. from t A. M. till midnight."
aald tha witness.
dj. Ta what aataat did ha Indulge la in
toxicants? A. Ha waa aa tarn porno as
any maa I avar aaw.
CJ. What aan you aay aa to hla drink
law wine aa hla trig' A. Ocelenally
ha a IHtla whlta wtaa an advlca of
ft. DM you avar paroatva tha odor of
leeer aa hla breath A. Navar.
ft. What about etata dleaera at tha
White Houaa A. I attasdad thoa
dlaaara haoauaa taey wara under my
charge. Cei, aaaavalt uawally drank
a little ahampagaa.
Q. naw many giaaaaa aia at anna, i
A. Oh or twa giaaaaa.
ta tha Maimer. Mr I-oeb aald. tha
Praaldaat earrlad am tha Oaveramaat
besaaeas at Oyster Bay. where, ha aald.
the Ciliaal'a habit of aobrlaty ware
strictly adhered ta.
A LITTLK LIQUOR IN MILK
ft. Om year trips about tha oouatry
wth Wat. waa ha hjaiodaret la aha uaa
wt aabaalnantaT A. Ha waa aatromaly
H derate. On very aahaintlng daya he
almatlmea took a little liquor In milk.
Q. ta tha last fifteen year would It
have been poaaibte far Mr. Roaaevelt
ta have gotten drunk net only once
hat fraajwahtkjrf A- It would have haan
ft. What about porter, boar ajad ala.
did. he drink UT A. I aaver aaw him
ke attorney for the plaintiff aax
directed attention to lha reception given
. gar Ipaafcer Cannon on the ecoaaloa uf
aia aaveUotk Mrthday.
ft. DM poo go with (lie Praaldaat ta
tht reception T A. The Preeldent. rov
aeir and air. gaaane. a aeeret aertnue
anan. left the White Houaa to go to the
dinner at o'clock. alao came ksrae
ft. What waa hie condition aa to ao
brlaty? A. Hater.
. DM yeu aee him take a drtek dur-
lag the hour he waa there? a. I aaw
Mm go with the Hpeaker and drink a
glaaa af ehampegne.
ft. One? A. Tea, one.
ft. Leaving tha reception and going
ta tha White Houaa. will you tall tha
Jury whether he waa under the In
' rtuen-e of liquor? A. Abeolutely not.
Wltnaaa referred to a record kept by
the White Houae usher and than teaii-
od that Col. rtooeevelt returned to tha
Whlta Houae at it. P. M. from the
reception given to "I'nole Joe."
Uooh waa croaa-eaamlaed by Attorney
- Horace Androwa. represent lag Newatt.
- and then eaouaod.
Prank Tyroe. United Htatee Marshal
far the Southern Dlttrlct of Wast Vlr
glnla. who waa In the eecret service
during the Heoeevelt Admlnletratlon
and who waa detailed to accompany
lha Praaldaat an various tripe, nest
ft What waa your duty? A. I waa
detailed to look after tha Preeldent: to
Protect him against craaka and to tak
praca ut Ions for hla personal as fen.
ft Hew cleea In touch ware yu with
.him? A. Vary eloaa. I went with him
to banquets, churches, theatre and
tralna. At Oyater Bay there ware sight
Of us on th a duty.
ALWAYS aVODCR, gAYS ggCHET
Q. What waa tha tiuth as to his se
btlaty while you were with hlmv A. Ila
always waa aober.
ft. Tou never aaw him under the in
fluence of liquor? "Certainly not." aail
ft. What kind of liquor did vou are
k'm coneume at hie meals? A. None
whatever. I never aaw him drink whis
key at all.
"I never aaw a drink go Into hla room
fa those tan slotting dava at tha Chi
vago convention laal year, except it
' little milk," .aid Tyre. "I have nevor
open Rooeevelt take a drink of liquor.
I heve seen him take a Utile Usui erne
or soft claret, pour t Into a glass with
a split of Apolllnarls or While Hock
water and make a kind of wine high
hall that way, and 1 have seen hlin
take a enlp or two of champagns at
puknV haaqueta. In lwX he attended a
ar at lha lejt. her Club. Mil
and they Insisted on his drink
ing seeae beer. 'I doa't drink.' ths
Pi salient aaM 'ut thl Is whst made
Milwaukee famous,' they limited, so ' r
tea a alp."
When Tyree left the atand James
another eecret eenlc man, was
Moan aald he waa now detailed
pi. the White Houae 10 look after the per
of Preeldent Wlleon Juat aa
assigned tu Col. Hogs veil
haadjuel away from the Whlta
Sloan aald. ha alwaya know In
00 what was to be aerved to Rooao-
Al Oveter Day In the ou miner he
hat remained oufloore at rha itlin.
whan the Preeldent waa at
ALWAYS BOBIR, OBCLAMES SK
CHIT IPtVIQI MAN.
your istlatate obaarvatloa r
itaa middle of the night.
Whan you don't faal qnlta all right -
NM ,ulu, g rlgBt (fJ sn-hl
whM ft, , M,
like fear o( something queer,
t bo-bo-bo -bo-bogy man!
You really ought to Hop him If you
Roundabout yen ha will
1 a will newr !rt von sleep;
m m . Prownng m th
Jnat you hark!
Ha'a t-prowling and a-grwwllng In
But llatfn hrre
Don't vou faar!
I'll toll you juet aiar.Jy what to do.
We'll pull It through.
Aid wa'll atop the horrid aaream
Of tha nlgbtmara la your dream.
I'll tell you straight
You pour a little mill In! a the giata.
A-maktng of a little maglo paaa,
Than a apoonfut of the atuff
That on horrid dreama la rough
Juat aaough of lha atuff
It'a no bluff!
Then away you gently glide
On a peaceful alumber tide
You're a dreaming to tho mllk-and-
Don't you nag. it'a a Jag,
Ifa tha mllk-and-brandv.
Juat the milk, milk. milk.
mootb aa allk allk. allk.
And the atuff, Juat enough for the
rag! K. W. O.
what gar Aeoeovelt ate and drank. What
would you eey aa to hie aobrlaty and
vTltnaaa aald aoeauae of tha aeer-alght-tnaaa
of tha Praoldenl ha often took
hla arm In -walking.
Q. Waa Hi eta any taaamperaaaa
We alwaya knew who would do tho
walling oa tha Preeldent at every din
ner and everybody who approached
him.' aald dloan. "I waa with him In
hie tar all iho time. We alwaya hnaw
what he would eat ami drink la ad-
Sloan never eaw any wlae or liquor of
any kind on the lahlea whan th Rooee-
volt family waa dining alon. and thla
applied to uyeter Hay ar wall aa la the
Whan w eere away from Waahlng-
ten." aald Sloan. I never waa mora
tian three or four feat wy from him
until he wont to feed, and then I would
oeanip- aha stateroom neat htm. The
crowds w nowunterd alwaya war
vary long. Hr. Tyre would go ahead
of tha President 1 would go behind,
and always there would be a man on
each aide of hua.
"Tory often I weald take the
At night wo al-
wnpa took hla ana."
This evidence waa directed at as
peeled teetlmony by the defense that
Col. Rooeevelt required help on the
oocoalon of eeveral public appearance
"I never saw him take more than one
or two giaaaaa of wine on any occasion
ONI OLAgg OF WIN AT THI
glean told ehout th Cannon dinner at
Washington, adding he had known
Speaker Cannon all hla life and lived
aaroea the atreot from him in Daa-
"The Colonel took one glass of wine
that night." awora Hloan, "and held
that glaaa In hla hand nearly th arhols
tlms h waa there. I do not believe na
flnlahed drinking the wine In It."
William P. Sbauffele, a railroad uffl
c!al, lestllled that In May, Utl. ha
etorird from New York on a campaign
trip with Col. Rooeevelt.
Q. How waa your ear stocked with
liquors? A. There wes io liquor en the
WItne thsn mid In dels I various
top- OeL Roosevelt made while lour
ing Ohio. Throughout that trip, ha aald.
he never aaw tha Colonel drink beer,
wine or whiskey.
y In all of Hr. Rooeevelt'a epeeohee,
what can you aay aa to whether they
wara Incoherent or peculiar? A. Hie
apeechea ware thooe of a aober man.
ALIERT SHAW'S DEPOSITION
READ TO JURY.
Attorney Van Heaachoien. for the
plaintiff, neat read ttie deposition of Al
lien rihaw. editor of the American Re
view uf Review at Naw York. Mr.
simw became acquainted with CoL
Roosevelt while the latter waa Police
Commissioner of Naw York. Wltnaaa
told of freqlirnl meetings with the plain
tiff throughout his carev.
Deponent's ubearvatlon was that Col.
Rooeevelt waa a man of exceedingly
Tha depoaltlon was sprinkled with ob
jections, but Mr. Andrews waived mm
of theae as Mr. Van Henechoten caina to
ti.etn Mi. Shew Uetcrlued Col Rooee
velt as a man of great vitality, of
g.eai Industiy and a sound suheme or
Ufa, Mr. Hhaw had obeerved Col. Rooee
velt drinking tea when atronger drinks
we'.) being served to others present
The next depoaltlon waa that of
Qggrgt II. Cortelyou, who waa Hacrataiy
of Commerce and llior In tha Roose
velt Administration, and later Secre
tary ol the Traaaury. Whan MoKlnley
wus assaaalnated Mr. Cortelyou became
He -itary to Preeldent RoooevelL At
all i. n ee, he aald, ha waa In i loss loucn
with tlis rraeldent. except on aome
caniimiiiti trlpa Me swore that th
Colonel waa a
Cortelyou swore he waa a personal
and family Intlmata of Col. RooaevetL
lis never saw him take whiskey i
brandy, ke said, except once, when Dr.
Blaey operated oa him and acrapwi the
CENTRAL PARK ZOO
THROWN INTO PANIC
BY RED-HAIRED BOY
Youngster Tosses Tiger Kitten
Into Hippo's Pool and
Trouble Is Started.
CALIPH ON A RAMPAGE.
He Resents Being Desert Island
for Castaway Cat and
An'hndv between here and tha Adl
mmlarka who ancotintera a email bov
with ted hair and a snub nose, gallop
tng ,tn lha general direction of the
Canada line to-day la respectfully ed
vleed by Head tteepet Bill Snyder and
Aastatant Keeper Oeorge Slnhort of
the Central Parh Coo to let htm keep
en running. HID and Oeorge have reg
istered a stern oath to remove the hide I
of eald ynungwter and 1st. the ggdM
and nail It to the wall of the Arsenal
gg a warning to all other naughty
Slnkei r opened th south doai of the
Hon house at l.sn to-day as usual,
end crossed the hall to open the north
door The olaful youth of the red
hair and the onab nooe followed
In unobserved. A email tiger kitten
whloh had walked eul of Ila mother
cage in the axufesrance of the mm- !
mar morning. Jumped out from tha ,
sMa of the room ami nailed glnkeri
The boy caught up the cat and cast
H late the hippopotamus peel before
Sinkert knew that anybody alee was' !
CALIPH'S NIOHTMARE It RUDE
Th Utile cat landed with a aquawk
near the none of Caliph II.. who waa
asleep, almost altogether under water
In a cornet of the pool. Nobody exoept
the hlppopotamu know tut what kind
of a wicked dream was In his maaalvs
head at the moment, hut the equall of
the tiger kitten and Its frantic churn
ing apparently fitted Into a horrible
nightmare Caliph awoke with a terri
fied oaream and pawed the water and
thai, the air and began a mighty snort
ing and rearing. The Done took up the
cry. Alee tho tleere aod puma and all
the othar eata. And Incidentally the ele-pi-ants
and all the other beasts At thl
time Plnkart get hi first sight of th
young man who had darted tha trouble
bounding northward toward the bridge
over I ho Irene veree read and Increaauig
ntsapeeo at every long leap.
fhe little tiger, with rare presence of
mind, piokad nut the back of tho
Bounderlng Caliph M as a life-saving
lateral and floundered to Its higheet
point, fastening hla long olawo In Oka
aitapUiblan'a thick hide.
RED-HAIR-ED BOYS NOT POPU
LAR AT IOO NOW.
Callph'a panic waa not In any measure
lessened by this experience. The howla
and roars of the other beaat and tha
clamor of the geese and etorke and
pall owns la th bird house could be
heard In Cootral Parh West Thay
ended only when Sinkert went to the
edge o tht tank, oaugat tho kltian by
the hook of Ila nock, plucked It from
Callph'a scored hack and took It out
to be dried with a towel and Veld la
a sunny window.
But red-haired youngs-tens with onub
noeea would better artsy away from the
aoo for a few days. They will not And
themeelvaa popular there.
bans of his teg, Rlxey insisted on giving
him "wblaksy or a stimulant of eoais
kind." Aalde from that he bad nsvsr
seen Cel. Huoevlt tk mors than
glass or two of wine at a lima and
never had seen hlin under the Influence
Q. Do you remsmbai a sort of soiree
or blow-out Unci Jo Cannon gar?
A. H gave thoa pretty regularly.
Cortelyou' affidavit covered muoh th
eanie ground as tha teetlmeny of Will
lam Ue and "Jimmy" Hloan aa to tha
Cannon dinner, and In general awore to
Col. Rooeevelt'a aobrlaty then and there
Judge Klannlgan at thla point a:i
neuncod that no depoaltlon or part of
depositions not actually road In court
will be permitted to be published.
"They must remain forever under
seal." he aald.
MORI DIPOSITrONt At TO THI
The neit dpoltlon waa that of Law
renre II O rait am, a newspaper man,
who testified to having known Col.
Roosevelt at Montauk I'nlnt after the
war In Cub, and later at tha White
Houaa and tiyitir Ray. I. Ike th others,
Jir. Oraham conatdered the plaintiff a
man of vary abstemious habits.
Oeorge H. Rooeevelt. eon of a coualn
to Col. Rooaevert. teatlfUd he had heen
on riding, driving, walking, rwrmmlng
and rowing trips with tha plaintiff. Un
thasa trips Oil Rooaavelt lnvarlabr' re
tuaed to take liquor wlinn offered by
hoots, the witness eald.
"I have aomettmea aeon Col Rooaavelt
take light wins, but only an rare
occasions. Ila never drank whlekey,"
said the witness.
The Colonel smiled hlg.ilv pleased,
while ueorge's affidavit waa balug
"Pine boy," he aaitl, half aloud.
Although attorneya fnr Die defend
ant had i rosi -examined all these wit
neesee at the time the deitoeltfona a ere
taken and thla matter covered pagaa
of typewritten copy, none of the crosa-
examination waa read to the court and
We will not read tne rrnss-exemlnn-
t ion." aald Attorney Androwa for tha
defense, regularly upon conclusion of
reading of the evidence la chief.
Simply Made Drinking Cups
for Boys in Public School Games
Pcc JgLYfs point
f A en lw B WfjC
try CtBfldJ HvCtlMft
V A 7 I
JT f 0 f cp-01,4 "'
I "J h lakDiirt .jour onttoru
i tm m tei A s BgjfjgggS cur
Th ten thousand boys alio grg to take part In tho I'tthlta gchooli
Athletic League !- at Central Park nt Friday, have been naked to pro
vide iiiotnaolvee Mltli lioine-iiiadg sanitary diiiiklnir cupe made of a square
nr M kind or fairly tough paper. Tha boys heve been supplied with th
diagram here Uluatrated.
Tha uae of cuoa la urged on all user of public drinking fountains hy
tng committee In charge of the meet of which Oualavtia T Iflrby, Gen.
(leorge W. Wlngaie, H. R. Ouggenlielm. C. Ward Crampton, Vincent Astor.
I. iltier Mslsev flulb k and K.dwsrd W. stltt are rnamhers.
HAVE HARD TIME;
POLICE GET THEM
Unable to Get Wed on Long
Trip, They Hunger and Strike
Trouble in Stolen Auto.
riii!..tuDiii.t, May -a ronMuv
lie story was brought out here to-day
of lha elopement from Roston of a Cbl
caao youth and a young Boston girl,
af (he failure of the pair to Indue a
clergv trsn to marry them In Boston or
Nee York, of how their money ran out
at Trenton, how they "hiked" to Phila
delphia over muddy roads, and her
thav took an automobile In the city
streets, daalied along th lncaster
pllie, flashing past tollgatas without
paying tolls, finally landing In rha hands
of a conotable In the Blus Mountains,
two hundred mllea west of Philadelphia
The young man gave hla name a
Uoyd Williams and la said to be tho
twanty-yar-old eon of a wealthy Chi
cago family. The girl la Edythe May
How, daughter of a railroad freight
solictor In Roston. Williams a
brtuglit hare to-day ruarged with steal
ing the automobile and tha girl Is In
ths rare of her father at Lewlstown. Pa.,
who will uha her back to Boeton. Will
iams la aald to hav been a student at
technical School la Boston.
"It was Juat by accldsnt that we
alopad ao sudden!)," said Williams to
tha pollca her to-day. "Miss Howe
end myself have been frlanda for three
yeara 1 flrat met her at a football
game. Her father never liked ma
Harly laat week I received aoms money
from my home, and Edythe and I de
cided to get married. Wo could not
get anybody to perform the ceremony
In Boston, ao we took a train for Naw
York. There we also trlsd to get mar
ried at ths Little Church Around the
Corner, but the minister said we were
not old enough. I had only a few dol
lars and we got aa far aa Trenton.
Then Bdythe eald we had better hike
William want on to tell that whan
thay landed In Philadelphia they bad
but five cent, and with thl they pur
chased a loaf of bread. The youth eald
they were fearful of Iho police and the
wrath of Mlea Howo'a father, ao In
paaalng through Philadelphia they took
the back atreot. Mia Hew, accord
ing to Williams, became exhausted, and
seeing an automobile etandlng In the
rear of a bank building he decided to
take It aad go wast.
Continuing his story, Williams related
how they asksd their way to a rnad
that would take them to Pittsburgh.
Having no money they could not pay
tolla and ruehed past thsss placea with
out etopptng. At Iwlatown the couple
were Buffering from hunger and went
Into a gensral store and purchaaad ll.ig
worth of food, charging It to a cltlsen
of Lawlatown. Before th storekeep
er could queetlon the coupl th
Jumped Into the automobile and de
parted. Thla transaction proved their undoing,
aa a telephone message to a constable
further west hr .ded them off and lad
to their arreet Williams ran Into tha
woods, leaving the girl In the machine.
Hha waa placed In the care of the po
lice and later Williams surrendered
After th couple had been Identified the
girl' fattier was notified and ns Imme
diately went to Lewtatown.
After aharlng hare to day a palloe
magistrate held the caa under advise
M.VI.DWN. Mass . Slay II --The young
man who gave hla nasna a l.loyd Will
iams alien arraeted at Lewtet jn, P.,
In company wMh Bdythe M. Howe, la
aald by th police to he Karl W. Hcott,
who Is wanted here for taking automo
biles left atanding in tha aireeta. The
girl, who la about alxteen years old,
the daughter of Lewis R. Hone, a
local railroad freight aollcltor. flcott
la the aon of a etreet railway conductor
and haa been employed aa en usher at
a moving picture theatre. He and the
girl disappeared I We weak age.
Ex-Champion Off Form After
His Defeat of Travis in
ApHlsl Is Tks Errslsg tfeeM.i
TUXEDO. If. T . Nay Xl.-In the first
round of the yearly tournament on the
Tuxedo golf link Edward P. Rogers of
Baltuarel and Shlnnecook Hill ltd
Walter J Travis mo holao a the rkise
of th morning round. Travis s putting
end direction waa toedly off and In
marked contract to his work of vaster
day, when he defeated Jerome D.
Trovers, rational and metropolitan
nhrmpkin. Travis and Rogers played
the final eighteen fiolee this efternoon.
Travis started Indifferently and tha
first hole waa poorly halved Rogers
had a putt for a remarkabl t on the
second, hut preferred to take a aafe I
and won the hola at that. Travla also
lost the third by being short Rogers
taklni a par . Rogers look three putta
on the fourth, which was wretchedly
halved In . The fifth waa well divided
In I. Topping hla first two strokes coat
Rogers ths sixth to I against par S,
which cut his lead to one hola He was
2 up again on ths seventh, however, for
.Travla was twice In the brook and took
h to hi rival' 3.
Th alghth and ninth war tolera
bly well halved. Travis waa out In
II to Roger's II, par being II. Th
tenth waa a good half. Travla then
tallied a "hlrdle" S on the eleventh to
Roger's I. but losing the twelfth,
thanks to three putta. Travla waa
gain I down. Travis found t lie brook
again on the thirteenth, and ao needed
( to Roger's I egalnat the regulation
r To rap the oltmai Travla waa
bunksrej on the fourteenth and lost
II, par t to (, leaving him I down and
I to go on the morning. Th fifteenth
and sixteenth were Anally halved.
Roger had a close squeak on rhe
sixteenth for hs waa In the kunker and
had to hole e 11-foot putt. Rogers lost
tho eeventeenth I to a atrlct I by taking
three puttee. Twice topping also cost
Rogsrs the eighteenth. to 3, agalnat a
perfect i. Travla'a ball was a foot from
the cup on hla ceond, the hole being 310
yards Rogers 77 equalled his qualifying
round score. Travis waa two mora
Out 11313 I TS
In t I e 4 l 4 3 I
Out 6 I 4 I 4 4 & 6 341
In 4 3 4 3 4 3 -3H-79
There wae eurprlee In the eeeond
set when on the first half Granville
Kane had James R. Hyds, ths long
drlvsr. down for ths first round. Kane
a, one time had five hole lead. Ho
took 10 strokes
Tiffany on the first round ended I up
on Watson He was t up at th turn
and twice six holes on th homeward
Journey. Tiffany made M, my It, and
Watson 41. 33-41
ttJItehel le Melt President.
John Purroy Mltrhel, Preeldent of
the Board of Alderman, who ha been
appointed by Prealdent Wlleon a Col
lector of the Port of Now Torh. will
leave for Washington to-night and will
have a conference with the Prealdent
on Monday about the work of hla new
office. On Tueaday he will preside for
the laat time at the meeting of the
Board of Aldermen and will remain
during the entire suasion Hie laat meet
ing aa a member of the Board' of Esti
mate will be neat Thursday . Saturday,
June 7, he will be aworn In as Collector
and Immediately take office.
Aashaaeader Gwlhrlc Takes Oath.
PrTTRBI'ROH, May II. Oeorge W.
Outline of this city, newly appointed
Ambasaador to Japan, look the oath of
office before Judge Joseph liufllugton In
lha I'nlled State Court here ehortly
after noon to-day.
PUGILIST, DYING, j
SHOT IN GANG ROW
Wounded Twice in Fight Be
hind Taxi, Then Hit by
a Policeman's Bullet.
TWO MEN ARRESTED.
One Has Bullet Wound An
other Said to Have Thrown
Sereral men had apparently ended a
quarrel amicably early to-day In Thirty
eighth street, near Seventh avenue, un
der the windows of the Hotel Navarre,
when one Jumped behind a tax I cab and
In an Instant It sounded Uhe a bom
bardment, and Policeman Kuala aad
Prod Mennlnger, a special deputy sher
iff and connected with a patrol com
pany, ran arour.d to see what it was.
Chart ea Huh bard, twenty-nv years old.
of No. 171 Eighth svenu. a pugilist
known as "Jumbo" Well, waa one of
the combatants, and la alleged to have
turned and fired two shots at Mannin
gs!-. Both cam a ear striking Policeman
Hunt, who waa a little In the rear.
"Jumbo" then started to run and a bul
let eald to have been Bred hy JCanu
It waa found than that h had been
shot twice already, and when taken to
. new sura raoopitai it was seen na
uurtei in rue usw, ;n nia anaomen
and al left ana. Ta doctors aay hs
Jaanaa Connolly, thirty, a laborer, of
Na ah) Weet On Hundred and Forty
sixth street. Is aald to be the man at
whom "Jumbo" was ah opting. Ths po
lice aay Connolly throw a revolver la an
hah can, and h I held at th Weet
Thlrtyeavonth etreet station.
Vtnoent Ulaiarao, twenty-nine, a bar
ber, of No. PM Weet TbJrty-elghth etreet,
who aald he waa only passing, la In
Bellevu. shot In the right lag. Th
police aay He wa In th fight and tare
pollcaman'a olub In an aah can.
Ruth Adams of No. Mtt West Thirty
fifth street and Francis Whit of th
Nw England Hotel, In the Bowery, are
detained aa wltnsaea. and th polio
are looking for a man known a "Dia
mond Charlie" to find out what he
know about the gun fight. Tha latter
had left the girl and Whlta In a ohop
sues place after taking them there in a
taxleab the gunman used as a breast
works In their battle, and tha police
think "Diamond Charlie" was not far
away while tho shooting waa going en,
Th police say they found In "Jum
bo'" pocket a revolver with three
empty ebells. Connolly tried to got
away during the excitement of "Jura
bo''' capture and Kuttts fired at nam.
bir. missed. Connolly wa caught by
All the police could find out about the
shooting waa that It waa over a wo ma a
Connoly and William McVltty, who is
another one of the men Implicated in
tho fight and rounded up after the battle
by Policeman Steele, were held by Ma
glatrate Appleton In West Side Court
withotia bail for examination on Mon
day. Oiargea of felonious assault war
made against both men by Policeman
ONE SLAIN, TWO WOUNDED
IN FIGHT OVER CARD GAME.
One Brother Is Killed, the Other
Shot Twice by Mariano Doriacco,
Who Is Cut Himself.
RafBo Ceraton. thlrty-elx yeara eld.
lie dead In th Williamsburg morgue
to-day with a bullet In his heart. Hla
brother. James, Is In St. Catherine's
Hospital, with two bullets In his body
snd Radio's murderer, Marian Doriacco,
twenty-seven yeara old, I alao In th
hospital, with a knife wound In hi arm
and another In hla chest. Doriacco was
charged to-day with homicide.
The murderer and the two brothers,
with two other men, were playing cards
sarly thla morning. In a saloon at No.
117 Lo rimer street Williamsburg, whan
Rafflo Ceratone accused Doriacco of
cheating. The aw used man sprang to
hi feet, drew a revolver and fired on
Rafflo. who fell back dead.
James Ceratone Jumped for the mur
derer with a knife and slashed his left
arm. Doriacco fired, wounding the
brother In the right arm. James made
another lunge and gaelied the murderer
In the chest. The pistol again spurted
fire and James fell baok. with a Sash
wound In his right side.
Doriacco ran from the saloon and up
Lorlmer street to Devoe. where be waa
captured by Detective Commlsky of the
Clymer street police station.
LONDON. May 31. Th Duk of Con
naught. Oovernor-l!enerl of Canada,
received the new American Ambaaia
dor. Walter Hlnee Page, thla afternoon.
THE $1,000,000,000 MANI
gt,000,000,ooo :s lost right here In
New York lost, stolen under th very
notes of the witching police.
l,000,000,00o: Thit'l 3 billion dol
lars. K "money talks" what s story
lies behind thtt stolen billtonl
A New York story The kind one al
ways wints to reed and gets 1 chgnc
to about once In ten years.
"THE MAN WITH A BILLION." That's
the name ol tho ttory.
It Is by John A Moroso. And it will
get hold of oti from the very first
"THE MAN WITH A BILLION" will
begin serial publication in next Wednes
day's Evening World. June 4,
Remember the date. And read the
""THE MAN AITH A BILLION" will
grip your attention with both hands.
IN STREET BATTLE
BY MAN ON POST
Gallagher, Not in Uniform,
Had Attacked Barry, Called
by a Dance Hall Row.
FIRED TWICE AT HIM.
Patrolman Returns Fire and
Assailant Falls Dying,
Shot in Eye.
Patrick Gallaghr, thlrty-twa year
old. of No. M East Ono Hundred and
Eleventh street. probationary police
man appointed Fab. 10 laat and attached
to the Weet On Hundredth etreet ela
tion, wee shot In the right eye by Po
liceman William Barry of the Weal
Forty-seventh etreet elation early to-
day pi Fifty-fourth street and Tenth
venue, and died In the Polyclinic Hoe- i
pltal without regaining coneclousneea.
Oallagher waa In plain elothee, end It
waa hla ahleld and service revolver,
found after he reached th hospital,
tha; led to the dleoovery h waa a
CapL Edward Walah of the Weet
forty-ore en th etreet station, look Barry
before Magietrat Applston In tho West
Hide Court to-day. and made the fol
lowing statement as th result of his
Investigation af the ehootlng
TaX offlc,r BmnVt ha bn. under
me. a hardworking, sober, wall behaved
officer. He wae at a fixed poet at
Fifty-fifth atreet and Tenth avenue, laat
night, when he heard pistol ahota at
Fifty-fifth street. He ran down there.
Gallagher wea running toward him with
a gun. Other men and women were
running In all direction. Barry railed
on Oallagher to halt. Oallagher pointed
his gun at Barry and fired. Rnrry fired
one ehot In the air. Then OallaglMr
fired another ehot at him and Barry
hot him down.
CORONER MUST PASS ON QUILT
There had been a general fight In
Ward's saloon and dano ball on the
corner after a girl named Uisie Smiley
hod boon slapped hy a man with whom
she refused to dance. I am told aha
went to the telephone to call somebody
to avwnae tha Insult for her. Whathar
th parson she called had arrived or not
I do not know.' But Oellagher. who had
boon around all evening, wa active in
tfce flgU which followed."
Magistrate AOOleton aald he wee
personally of the opinion that Capt.
Walah waa rlgbt in notuing Barry
biamsless, hut that th case must bs
referred to the Coroner'e office Capt
Walah look Hart y to the Coroner's office
Barry says that aa he wheeled into
Fifty-fourth stieet In th full glare of
an are light, he met a man with a re
volver In hi hand. Without a word tha
man raised the revolver and fired at
htm, the bullet graslng hla collar. Barry
ahoutad to him to halt, and fired Into
tho air 10 attract other policemen.
FIRED THE SECOND TIME. THEN
Th man, according to Barry, ahot at
him again. Than Barry fired, and the
man. later Idenllfed a oallagher, fall.
He wa plaood in a passing automobile
and ruehed to the Polyclinic Hoapltal.
Whr h died within ten minutes.
Peler Ward, proprietor of the danoe
hall, aald Oallagher had boon going with
a girl "ho attended tho dances, and
was present at last nigni s anair wuvu
member of th "Oophr" gang tried to
break It up. Gallagher wa on of thoae,
he aald, who helped repel th Invaders.
Hs had bssn thsrs all tha evening
There were rumor of an unidentified
man being ahot In th stomach by Oal
lagher before he met Policeman Barry,
hut hi revolver dleprove this. Wit
nesses agree he fired twice at Barry and
only two chambers of the weapon were
BALL PLAYER TO TEST
LIFE LEASE IN COURT.
Rd Sox Pitcher Brings Suit
Against Club Claiming He
Couldn't (iet Discharged.
The fJrt test of baball player's
so-called "iron clad Ufa leaae" will b
mad In the caa of "Caeey" Hagcman.
pitcher for the Boston American Base
ball Club, the national champions.
Hageman, through the Baball Play
er' Fraternity, a playere' union or
ganised by Dave Fulta. former member
of the Yankees and now a practicing
attorney at No. II Wall etreet, haa
brought suit against th Boston club
for tl.ttu, which Hageman says is dus
him after he fell out with John I. Tay
lor and Jimmy McAtesr In MIL
Ths complaint states tnst Hageman
haa assigned hla claim to the fraternity
for collection. Hageman entered Into a
contract with the Boeton chib for the
aaaaon of 1112, between April 15 and Oct
U. at W0 month. He eeye that the
club refused to allow him to continue
performing hie duties under his contract
and that Mr. Taylor arbitrarily rcfuaed
to give him hie release from the con
tract and club, although he demaoded it.
The papers ere served on Hay Zl on
Robert B. Mnltoy, secretary of the club,
at the Hotel Bratton HU.
(llheoa Back In flashes Jell,
OOHHKN. N T.. May Sl.-Handcuffed
to en under sheriff. Burton W. Ulbaon
arrived hers late yesterday on an Erie
train. He wae taken to the county Jail
and put in th quarters hs occupied be
fore he want lo Newburgh for ill sec
ond trial. He waa somewhat fatigued
from th trial, but teemed la
GRIEF FOR DEAO HUMANO
DRIVES HER TO SUICtOE.
Young; Widow Dies by Gas, With
Dibl; Opened at "Whither Thou
Goet I Will Go."
Orlf over th death of her haeband'
caused Mr. Amy Anderson, twenty
even, of No. 621 Thirty-ninth street,
Brooklyn, to tali bar life yesterday,
dhe was found dead la hod, gae ttt.be
vlutuhad In her hand.
On the bed waa a Blbta opened at th
Booh of Ruth. The passage, ' Whither
thou goeet, I will go; and whore thou
lodgeet. I will lodge: thy people awall
b my pople, and they Ood my Qed."
waa heavily underlined 'with pencil.
Tenant In th hous smelling gas,
traced It to Mr. Anderson's apartment.
Policeman Fry summoned Dr. Phillips,
of the Norwegian Hospital, who aald
the woman waa peat aid.
Mrs, Anderson s husband diet laat
January aod sines hla death th widow
ha bcn Inconsolable
FOUR SAVED FROM RIVER.
gleans Weak 1 paste Bent la Bld-
41- mt UaSaM
eatabllahsd through the interest of M '6.
E. 11. Harrlman on the won aide cf 1'is
Hudson, s re wondering to-day Juat what
they ran do to reward Richard Harring
ton of the Manhattan Yacht Club, at th
foot of Two Hundred and First strset,
and Capt. Cox of Ooi'a ferry, a ear by,
for saving their live. ,
Their boat was upset by rhe waah of
the ateainer Olermont. The aUamer
slowed down, hat there was delay In gsl
ting a boat from her. Harrington and
Cox. In motor boat, warned by ahouU
from ths float of the Uyokman Tarht
Club, apod to the middle of the river and
managed to get all the men out of t
SWEDISH RUNNER WINS
LONDON MARATHON RAjCE.
L1ONDON. May Sl.-Jntematlenal in
terest was aroused In ths Polytaclmis
Msrathon race run to-day from in
grounds of Windsor Cmstls to SUunfor I
Rridga Athletic Grounds. London. 01.
Ing to number of foreign runnel
Th event wae won hy Alexia Abl
gren of Sweden in 1 hour a minutes
J-S leconde. making a record for thl
course. Tabu Knlehmalnen. a brethei
of Ilarmee and Willie Kolehmalnen pi
Finland, was second In 1 hour U mm
utea at seconds, while J. C eriatenen
nt runmiiS wae third tn I hours 41
minute 30 seconds
wr Aeaillars neat lade a
Glauses that rc poorly
f ittgafJ ar dsnferous to
your sight. "EhrllchM
glasses are fittod by
oculists of axparianoa
accuracy is assured.
Eyes Examined Without Ckaurgo.
Perfect Pitting Glasees. gf. SO to til
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1VUTCHELL THE TAILOR
r ROM BOSTON
MTH ST. AND BROADWAY
CARPET 1 A WIUUM
CLE AN INSH fST m II.
City folks require a changi la their
mode of living at least once g yar.
You can economize n vsction ex
penses and get ail the rest and Chang
you need If you rrnt for tht sum
A cottage in some qiiirt country
A bunplow by the sea or In tfc
A hunting shack bv some torwt I
stream or lake;
A tent at one of the many eggpt
near Nw York) ,
Don't tall to read the 1 1 .
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w ;wii m iH imWjJ
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vt ewji iut rent, m a,
goodly number of vacation placgg,
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