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THEUVENItfO WOULD, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1021.
twWnd iho English back line. Score
AKniirCA, 2; rjlUJAT BRITAIN. 0.
MUburn's penalty bit In tho second
period as a result of a safety by ting
land Kent behind, fc'rom a pass by
Barrett, Tomklnson hit England's
first goal In one minute nnd ten sec
onds, directly after n lone shot by
AMERICAN POLO TEAM AND TWO OF THE BRITISH PLAYERS
BROOKLYN WOMAN KILLED,
CITY REAPS 650
N RUM FINES AT
goal. After two unsuccessful shots
by tho British players and an attack
by the Americans, the latter at the
end of .the period wore penalised a
troko'.for a cross by Hitchcock.
Score AJiERICA, 3; (JHEAT
In the third period Barrett, -with
his free hit as a result of tho cross
by Hitchcock at the end of tho second
period, scored the second coal for
th Britishers. Immediately otter
ward Hitchcock took the ball up and
eloverly scored America's fourth
Goal. Webb was penalized for
crossing, but Barrett with hla free
hit missed. Prom a fine hit up by
Wodehouse, Tomklnson scored Ens
land's third goal. The very fast
period ended with Stoddard scoring
the fifth goal for the Americans.
Scc-reAMEfUCA, 6: GREAT niuT
At tho start of tho fourth period
Tomklnson had an easy chance, but
missed a coal from a good pass by
Xiockett Tomklnson again missed a
chance later from a good pass up by
Wodehouse, but shortly afterward he
cored Great Britain's fourth goal.
Again attacking, tho Byshers all but
scored, Mllburn just blocking In time.
The Britishers had mhch tho better
of this period. Score AMERICA, 6;
GREAT BRITAIN, 4.
Mllburn. with a long shot In the
fifth period, scored the Americans'
sixth goal, and soon afterward Webb
hit tho seventh goal with a neat shot
under his pony. The Britishers only
once in this period hit over their op
ponents back line. Score AMERICA,
71 GREAT BRITAIN, 4.
Within two minutes after tho alxth
period opened Hitchcock scored tho
eighth goal for tho Americans, and
about a minute later Wobb, with a
pretty stroke, hit another for America.
From a fine pass to ccntro by Webb,
Mllburn almost scored. England was
attacking when tho period ended.
Boor AMERICA, 9: GREAT
In the seventh period Hitchcock
quickly scored for America. Tho
Americans again attacked and tho
Britishers were forced to n safety.
From MUburn's penalty hit Webb
scored America's eleventh goal. The
Britishers mado a short attack, but
Barrett's shot Just failed to scoro.
Towards the end of tho period n 'high
shot by Barrett went behind. Scoro
AMERICA, 11; GREAT BRITAIN,
ROYAL FAMILY OF ENGLAND
AND KING OF 8PAIN ATTEND.
Dowager Queen Alexandra, King
Alfonso of Spain and the Prince of
Wales wcro tho first arrivals in the
royal box. Tho spectators stood as
they alighted from automobiles. Then
two quartets In riding garb strolled
ncross tho field to the royal box.
They were tho members of the Brit
ish and American teams, but few
recognUed them and thero was no
demonstration. The Americans in
the bleachers were greatly relieved
to sco Mllburn leading his squad.
Great cheering outside tho grounds
at 3 o'clock proclaimed the arrival of
King George and Queen Mary. Tbey
entered in two carriages with red
coated footmen and outriders. Tho
bands lined up beforo tho royal box
and played "God Savo the King" and
then "Tho Star-Spangled Banner,"
while the assembly, at that time num
bering nearly ten thousand, stood
Tho next preliminary, after the
eight players had been presented and
had shaken hands with the royal spec
tators, was a parado of tho pontes. A
Boy Scout, carrying the Stars and
Strlpei, headed tho American contin
gent of twentyrscven animals. The
Union Jack ushered in tho British
quad of twenty-five. Meantime, the
players the British in blue jerseys
with white bluo banded belmeU and
the Americans In white jerseys with
pith caps waited on the sidelines.
The weather improved as tlmo for
play approached, the sun shining
through a haze. Two hours before
match time the grounds were filling
with a fashionable crowd for the
great sport event. Tho majority of
the men wore allk hats and black
coats, while the women grouped about
the field spread gayly colored para
sols. A concert by the massed bands
of four regiments of the truarda en-
Uvenod'the waiting" period. More than
260 strong the bandsmen marchedvu'p
and down the green field, 'in scarlet'
coats 'ana DoarpKln nnts:
BEACH FENCE INVIOLATE.
Jsdare KetrUBS RJecrlmann From
Interference at Urlchton.
justice Callarhan In Brooklyn Su
prone Court to-day signed an order per
manently restraining Borough President
IUegtlmann from Intercfirlng with
fence erected by the lirlrhtnn.hv.thn
Sea Company across the boardwalk at
too sooth end of Its property at
. Brighton Beach.
The fence has twice been destroyed
by Mr. IMerelmann's orders on the
' ground that the boardwalk Is a public
thoroughfare by right of use.
The boardwalk was privately built
ana nss Deon privately maintained,1
duiuco uaa7lirui ncm.
HERE'S A WEED
THAT TIRE MAKERS
MUST JUST LOVE
WASHINGTON, Juno 18.
Motorists, bewaro tho "Trlbulus
Government wood sharps Issued
uch a warning against the "punc
ture vino" of the West and South
ft Is an undesirable Immigrant
from floythern Kiiropp, which
probably stowed away In the
fleece of sheep to reach this coun
try. A California man, tho roport
Bid, counted seventy punctures
in one tire, conuslttcl hs 'Trlhu-
his Terrcstrls.M , ,t(
IN THE KABER CASE
tELLS OF KILLING
Only Women Held for Com
plicity in Cleveland Murder
Until Prisoner Confesses.
By Martin Green.
(Staff Correspondent of The Eve-
CLEVELAND, O., Juno 18. The
confession of Salvatoro Cain, arrest
ed near Buffalo yesterday, that ho
took an active part In tho murder ofj
Dan Kaber ut Lakcwood, a suburb
of Cleveland, on July 18, 1019, brings
Into the list of thoso accused of
complicity In tho Kaber murder plot
tho first raalo participant. Up to
now tho only damaging evldcnco
gainst Mrs. Eva Catherine Kabor,
under indictment for instigating the
killing of her husband, had been
given by women.
One of the women is her sixty-nine-
car-old mother, Mrs. Mary Drlckol,
who accuses her directly and Is under
indictment as a co-consplrntor.
Another Is her, twenty-year-old
nughter by another marriage, Marian
McArdle, also under indictment, -who-
."has made nb direct accusations arid
nas expfsscu a uciici in tier motn-
cfp innocence. Mother .and .daugh
ter occupy tho same cell in tho
A third woman Is Mrs. Ermlnla
Colavlto, under Indictment us a co
conspirator, accused of procuring
two men who are alleged to have
stabbed Kaber to death for (500.
Mrs. Emma Soucrs, who was ar
rested for complicity In the crime
but was later released, has made a
statement Implicating Mrs. Kaber
which corroborates certain features
of tho accusations of Mrs. Ilrlckcl.
Mrs. Wade and Mrs. Matthews,
fortune tellers, havo given corrobo
rative testimony to tho Prosecutor
which serves to establish motlvo
rather than participation In tho ac
Practically all the evidence has
been directly gathered by women de
tectives. KABER MURDER MYSTERY EN
TIRELY A WOMAN'S CA8E.
Prosecutor Edward Stanton of
Cuyahoga County cxpcctB to put Mrs.
Knber on trial on Juno 28, Ho con
elders tho arrest and confession of
Cala the needed clement In tho prose
cutlon to round out his cose.
Cald told detectives to-day that
Kaber wns f'd W"nl, match heads
and other poisons some tlmo before
the actual murder. At ono tlmo the
bed In which Kaber was sleeping was
rw.cii W. rou'son, counsel to Mrs.
mki uiui u ,uuk utfua uio
Cal.T. confession as ofvsllght advan
tage to. tt)Q, prosecution,, bccnuso ho is
a fellow conspirator. undcrviUo law.,.
All the. evidence against Mrs, .Kaber,
ho holds, has como from persons who
have found It to their advantago to
Mr. Poulson declares his Intention of
going .to trial but reserves the
right to do anything else which may
seem, to him tp bo,for the best Inter
est of his .cjipnt.j.jjf Mrs. Kaber is
tried, the most intricate murder mys
tery in tho history of. Ohio and, in
respect of tho wbolosalo feminine par
ticipation therein, a murder mystery
without precedent anywhere will un
doubtedly result In a sensational and
keenly Interesting contest.
Women aro clgible to Jury duty in
trials of accused murderers In Ohio.
(Continued on Fifth Page.)
NURSE KILLS SELF
Member of Wealthy Family
Drinks Poison Wife Visits
Her After Act.
Miss Alice Julia Carragher, twen
ty-four, a trained nurse, of No. .130,
.West 73d, Street, d,led at ..the' Man
hattan Bqtrare'i Sanitarium . No. 36
West. 77th Street,, from the effects of
bichloride of mcrpu,ry Va)icn .last Sat
urday night with suicidal Intent.
Acordlng to the police, the alleged
motive was love for a doctor who
has a wife nnd two children. At the
sanitarium tho woman begged that
the doctor come to her. Tho doo
tor's wife visited her dally.
A brother and cousin of the nurse
arrived from Canada Monday, She
was well educated and refined and Is
said to have been a member of a
wealthy Canadian family.
After taking the poison Miss Car
rachcr could not restrain an outcry
Patrolman DcnlB O'Shca ran in and
called an ambulance with l)r. Stone
from tho Knickerbocker Hospital. The
girl would not let tho doctor treat
her. Then Dr. James West of No.
71 West 49th Street was called and
managed In spite' of her protests to
Insert a stomach Dump.
Miss Carragher telephoned the
nhvslclan with wliom sho was in love,
but ho would not como to her. Later
she was taken to the sanitarium.
NINE FIREMEN BURIED.
Tho funeral of tho nlno volunteer
firemen killed Wednesday evening
when n train crushed Into their flro
truck on Its way to a flro In Perth
Amuoy tooK place mis artornoon In
that city. Uv.slr.cis suspended from
1.30 o'clock until after tho funeral ind
passed. Mayor William C. Wilson and
members of the Rourd of Aldermen.
wltli the 400 volunteer (Irwnen of tho
city, uau a piuce in tne concise.
An aDM-onrlatlon of X800 for th
Ftourth of July celebration was voted
uiO lammes 01 ue aeaa iircmon.
THROUGH LOVE FOR
MURPHY S FREED
Justice Wagner in Dismissing
It Criticises Action of the
Supreme Court Justice Wagner to
day dismissed the Indictment against
Charles P. Murphy. Arthur J. Bald
win, Ernest B. Walden, John A. Mc
Carthy, Jameo E. Smith, Assistant
District Attorney, and tho Corn
Products Refining Company, who
wero indicted on four counts charged
with conspiracy. The Indictment
grow out of a suit brought by Louis
N. Hartog against Charles P. Murphy
and tho Corn Products Refining
Company and became known as tho
Tho indictment charged that tho
defendants used and attempted the
Intimidation of Louis Tf. Hartog, by
threats, to compel him to return to
tho defendant Murphy 1173,000,
which bo had invested In the pur
chaso of on interest in and a loan to
tho business conducted by Hartog,
and fu"rtlcr to compel Hartog to pay
to Myrphy large snares o: tne proms
of thq business, as wejl as to compel
Hartog to falsify Ills books and
records and report the profits of his
business Incorrectly, so as to enable
the defendant Murphy to avoid pay
ment of excess profit taxes on his
Hharo in the profits In .the business.
OUTING FOR GAS COMPANY.
Cortrlyon, Consolidated Hend, I're-
cnli Gold to Veteran.
In th'a presence of between 4,000 and
5,000 members bf the Consolidated 3as
Company's Employicy Mr.tual Aid So
ciety, at their annual outing in 3tar-
llcht Park to-day, George Ii. Coitclyou,
President of the company, presented to
t-ich of four employees a bag of gold
Tlio elfts were In commemoration or
more than fifty years of uninterrupted
eerviiro ui uiu men lor me company,
Tho four recipient!! were Daniel nr-nn.
nen, iia, oa ouconii Avsr.iie 11 cnard
remr. no. siz uait ilat strt i .ii.n
Trowhellu, No. let West Stth Street,
113th Street. Thev went to work In
'IS. '69 and '70. O'Connoll has a limit,-,-
John, who lia.i bee-j with the company
ASKS $250,000 HEART BALM.
Myntery In Identity of Turtle to
Itrearlt of 1'romUe Cnae.
A breach of prnmlto suit to recover
$150,000 wa filed In tho County Clerk's
efneo yesterday against deorgo Hotalln?
tiy Phyllis Ijiwlor. who alleges sho and
liotallnc aciicJ HtnL is. lii-n in n.nrn.
and set tho date of their wedding for
Mystery' surrounds the ldtntlty of the
THE GLUCOSE CASE
AT CONEY FIRE SET
BY GAS EXPLOSION
Policeman McCoy Saves Fam
ily of Five as He Hangs From
Valiant work by police saved the
lives of thirty persons at a spectacu
lar Coney Island fire early to-day,
following a gas explosion which blew
out the sto're fronts of threo three
story frame buildings and spread
flames that traipped the occupants
above and of two bungalows In tho
rear. rollccman William McCoy
alone rescued a family of five by
swinging ono after another from a
third story, window across a thrte
foot gap Into tho window of an Ad
The explosion shook the Island, and.
occurring In the heart of the Italian
colony, started wild reports of a
Black Hand bomb and sent late vlsl-
tory scurrying homeward. It was
caused by gas which had been leak
ing for more than twenty-four hours
from a pipe in the shoe store of
Joseph Reichenstoln at No. 1,611 Mer
maid Avenue, and which Ignited from
a Jet that had been turned low. ' Im
mediately that building' and those at
Nos.'l,i07'and 1,600 burst Into flames.'
Detective's George Ndol and Oliver
Hansen of Inspector Sackett's staff
on the Island and Lieut George Cuf-
lum of Inspector Murphy's staff, who
happened to -bo at Coney, with Po
licemen MoCoy and T'rank Mullaney,
were quickly on the scene and res
cued all the occupants uninjured be
foro the firemen arrived, carrying
them out In their night clothing.
The only egress from the bunga
lows In tho rear was by the building
at No. 1,511, and through the blazing
amoke-filled hallway were carried
Mrs. KoBe Sannelll and her three
children and four children of a Syl
McCoy found the family on tho top
floor of No. 1,511 cut off from the
stairway and huddled at a window
separated by tHree feet from a win
dow nt No. 1,513. Dashing into tho
latter building and hanging from the
window by ono hand, hj passed to
safoty with tho other hand the five
mcmbors of tho family, consisting
of Bernard Serbcr. rorty-nvo; nis
wife Molly, forty-two; Harry, nlno
teen: Minnie, fourteen, and Anna,
ten, all of whom had been nearly
overcome by smoke.
Engine Companies 211 and 215, un
der Battalion Chief Bogers, had tho
flro under control after an hour's hard j
John Valachkls of No. 237 West
Nineteenth Street, owner ot
. .. , .u ,i rt n , ic
ljulldlngs. placed tho damage at 115,-
CT na SUIU UIW tnn uunii"--;
notified yesterday of tho leak.
Searching for Man, They Fire
Recklessly Into Dimly
A TRAGEDY OF ERRORS.
Discover After Blind Attack
That Person They Seek
Mis. Grace Rlchardella was acci
dentally shot and killed las! night by
policemen In tho hallway of the iulrd
door of No. 507 President Street,
Brooklyn, according to Assistant Dis
trict Attorney 8alvaggi. The first
story given out by others was that
sho had been slain by a stray bullet
In a pistol fight between civilians in
The policemen mistook her for
Raphael Clno, who a few minutes be
fore, it Is alleged, had fired five shots
down the stairway at Detectives
, Cooney and Conloy. With four pa
t trolmen, Cooney nnd Conlon started
up the stairs again. When the six
. were part way up they saw the figure
j of a person leaning over tho third
' floor banister.
Four shots were fired. One of-them
struck Mrs. Rlchardella in tho right
eye, according to Mr. Salvaggl. She
died instantly. Her husband. Pas
quale, came running out of their
apartment on the third floor front
'Tou havo killed my wife!" ho
shouted. This time ho was mistaken
for Clno, according to the story told
to the Assistant District Attorney, nnd
was beaten into unconsciousness with
blackjacks. He was taken to Holy
Family Hospital, whero It was found
his skull was not fractured. He was
conveyed then to the Bergen Street
Station. His Identity, was eventually
established and he was returned to his
, , Mr. Salvaggl questioned tho six po
licemen this morning In an effort to
find out, if possible, whoso bullet
killed tho woman. Xo Information
was given out concerning tho names
of the policemen who fired the four
shots, nor wore tho names of tho four
patrolmen who accompanied tho de
a ,.i,rv Tallinn fSambale.
, , . ,t, . r-i,nt
twelve, who lives at the President
Street address, told her mother that
Jullano Arco, fifty, who lives on the
third floor, had struck her in the face.
Mrs. Gambale upbraided Arco, who.
she says, threatened her with a bot-
tie. She told her son. Michael, nine-
teen, when he returned from work,
and Michael, it was said, knocked
ArCO XOIU ills unjuicr-iii'i'".
Raphael Clno, who lives with him on
tho third floor. Clno, according to (
Mr. Salvaggl, with a revolver waueu
In a hallway for Michael Gambale.
IHorence Oambale. sister of Michael,
and her cousin, Camilla Gambale.
heard about Clno's presence and
called for the police. Detective
Cooney nnd Conley went to the
Clno had disappeared Dy wis tune,
but the detectives waited until nearly
11 P. M. Tho two girls saw Clno en
ter the building unobserved and go
nnalAlrs. Thn detectives started up
the stairs with tho two girls behind
tbem. Cino,,lt ! alleged, came to the
hrad of the stairs and saw tie four.
It is believed ho did not know the
men wero detectives but tnougnt
them friends of the Gambale family.
It Is alloged that ho. fired five ahota
down the stairway. None of 'the bul
lets took effect
;Tpo Ueicctlves and the filrls fled
Mown stairs. The detectives called
for tiro reserves.-- Four--patrolmen
arrived in twenty minutes; Mean
while Clno had run into bis apart
ment and got away down tho fire
escape. Wm orawn revoivcro, mu
six policemen went up tho stairs, ah
lights In the hallway were out The
figure of a person appeared at the
banister on the third floor. The
pollcemon tnougni u was uu
tho sbots were fired.
"I am convinced that one of tho
policemen fired the shot that killed
fv,. wnman." snld Mr. Balvaggt "1
base that bellof on tho fact that Clno
nr,i tinve done It for be bad
escaped twenty minutes before, and
on tho angle at which the bullet en-
tcred Mrs. iucnu.
HERO GARDELL'A HONORED.
What is said toy tho police to be tho
largest funeral over held on the east
sldo was that this morning of' Serai.
Frank Gardella, a member of the 165th
Machine Gun Battajlon. killed In action,
whose body was received from France a
Tho funeral was from St Joiohlm
Church In Ilooaevelt Btreet which was
crowded by friends and neighbors and
rri.vti A fmv door awny the
hb'mo of Uio deifd soldier "was draped
with American and Italian iks.
. mi.Mi rf hnnnr composed of ex
service men of tho riclghborhod was
unaer commanu 01 oen.t .nw
Glnness of tho name company as the
Died In Snhmir Car.
Frederick Hels, fifty-three, an Inter
boro roadmaster, living at No. 815 Wal-
ton Avenue, isronx, nieu suaacuiy iruni
"" fallu;0 ln a' Buhway car to-d-iy
m uiv idiui r-iri-ui. oiabiuu vt itivpvv
rome Avenue Una.
AIDED BY MINES; 3
KILLED JANY HURT
Police Attacked by 300 At
Ralhcoole Death List
May Be 'Heavier.
' CORK. Ireland, June IS. Twenty
five auxiliary policemen heat off a
force of 200 after a fierce light at
Rathcoolo last night, when four
lorries wore ambushed. Three road
nilses wore blown up, putting tho
lorries out of action, and tho attack
ing party fired upon the policemen
from trenches behind wall3. They
were forced to retire, however, losing
one known killed and many wounded.
It is believed that three of the attack
ing party met death during tho fight
Tho Crown forces lost two killed
and four wounded. Reinforcements
wero rushed to tho scene and wero
searching tho countryside early to
day. BOMB AND CAPTURE
3 COAST STATIONS
Guardsmen Are Overwhelmed by
Sinn Feiners and Build
DITBLTN, Juno 18 (United Press).
Three coast guard stations at Skerries,
Loug7shlnny and Malohldc, within
eighteen miles-of Dublin, were cap
tured and destroyed by Sinn Fein
forces early ttf-day. ' '
Tho coast guardsmen put up a sharp
fight, but wero overwhelmed. The
buildings were fired by incendiary
bombs after their capture. No es
timate of the casualties was made In
the early reports.
, a despatch from Dundaik stated
inai armca men jnvauea lie nome or
Mistress Matters, took her two pons
from the house and shot them dead In
th(j yard Qne o th) boya
ncoted with recent Sinn Fein electoral
TWO SEIZED GUNS
ATI or rjY ETiR ITQP
ALL KLAUI TUK USt
Officials Suspect Another Plot
Connection With Amis on
the East Side.
Among the -193 submachine guns
Intended for smuggling into Ireland
found nboard tho steamship East
Sldo two hnd been as&omlblcd for
immediate use, It was loarned to-day.
The opinion of tho Federal authori
ties Is that they wero to be used
when a landing was made on eomo
point along the Irish coast. A couple
of machine guns would have put the
ship at the mercy ot the men possess
ing the weapons.
The fact that two of the guns wero
ready for uso is considered very sig
nificant iby tho Department of Justice
official) investigating the attempt nt
rnnuggllng and endeavoring to con
nect up the arms with agents of '.ho
Sinn Fein in this country.
It Is cal'd that in Newark to-day
lawyers of the mysterious Frank
Williams who claims the guns wero
stolen from him will try to get pos
session ot them by. asking. Fedor.il-
Judge .Lynch to .vacate, the, warrant
Upon which they were selaed'ahd a.-o
LONDON, June 18. The confisca
tion at Hoboken of arms intended
for Ireland Is regarded ns having
frustrated a big autumn campaign
by the revolutionists, which was to
take place when sufficient munitions
were smuggled Into Ireland.
QUEEN WILL VISIT
IRELAND WITH KING
To Attend Opening of North
Parliament m Belfast Next
BELFAST, June 18 (Associated
Press). It was announced to-day
that Queen Mary would accompany
King George on his visit to Belfast
far the opening of the Parliament of
Northern Ireland hero next Wednes
day. Tho King and the Queen will bo cs-
corted from England by two light
cruisers, a flotilla leader and nine de
stroyers. TMInnal It- It- AtrreemrnU Con
tinue ln Korer.
OHIOAOO, June 18. Tho rulos and
rnrWini- conditions now covernlnc tho
Big Four brotherhoods will continue. In
fleet until changed by negotiations oc
tween the brotherhoods and the rail
road or 0 mo jvu-ruau uaoyr uoara,
-idcr a ruling oi me Doara lo-aay.
COST OF $1 Oi
That Is. -the Record for Ten
Days in Borough of Man
Tho work of the week ending to-duy
of tho Extraordinary drnnd Jury fori
Manhattan boozo cases comprised tlm
dismissal of 101 out of 133 cases in.
which arrests wero mado by tho pollcm
for alleged violation of tho Mullan
Qnge boozo enforcement act Thi
cases thrown out wero so treated fori
lack of evidence sufficient to convict.,
Since Hie establishment ot the spe
cial court presided over by Judtlol
Const ten days ago, there have bee
seven convictions, four acquittal.-,
ono disagreement nnd five pleas oC
guilty. Of the latter, three violator
received suspended sentences; on
was fined J50 and unother $200.
The money collected for lines thut
far wouldn't pay the expenso of tlm
court for ono day, and tho work of
tho court averages ono trial a diy.
Tho court has been sitting ten daj.
which means that Now York City h-ti
been mulcted of $8,609. and $2,0o:
moro for the Grand Jury, to sny
nothlng of clerk hire and the paj- of
tho Assistant District Attornejv,
stenographers and other expense-".
At an outlay of J1O.G00 at tho lea it
calculation, tho city has had return-a
to It In fines JCSO.
Out of sixty-five alleged violation
In Brooklyn during the week ending
Thursday night, the Kings Countv
Crand Jury reporte.l to-day that flfl
six of them had been thrown oui.
Presumably, nine indictments kci
It was learned that tho InoukjUu a
refused to Indict whero there ,wn.i
likely to be a conflict of cvidenco a',
o trial, and In many cases they
deemed that thero was no evidence
at all. There wore no indictment
where actual possession and .kopwl
edgo wero not proved.
Columbus Garrison, a naval- mifi,
was being driven by his friend, Iter..-
Wellbrock. of No. Harrison Av -nue,
Glcndnle. In the nutomoftlf x
cop found 'a bottle of- whiskey in .i
grlp.and the two men were arrxscj.
The cop failed to show thu CJV'inJ
Jury to whom the booze belonged
and tho case was thrown out.
N. Y. FOODDROPS
4 P. C. IN MONTH.
Year's Decrease is 29 Per Cent.,
But Levels Are 50 Per Cent.
Above Those of 1913.
ilxTil to "Hi? ETmlm WorU
WASHINGTON. June 18. Itel.nl iuoJ
prices In New Tori; dropped per cent,
from April 1j to May ID, according to
tho monthly summary of the Depart
ment of Iabor.
This compares with a decrease of
S per cent. In Milwaukee and SL Paul,
7 per cent In Buffalo, Denver nnd New
Orleans, C per cut. in Philadelphia and
Pittsburgh, per cent. In Chicago.
Washington, Baltimore, Omaha, Scran
ion nnd many otlier cities: 4 per coot
In St. Louis. 3 p-r cent, in Boston ami
San Francisco, and 2 per cent. In I.o
For thn ear from May. 1J20, to May
1021. the statistics show a ivductlon in
retail food costa In New York of 20
pnr cent, compared with 22 per cent, n
Philadelphia nnd Baltlmoie and .11 per
rent. In Pittsburgh, rresont prices are
Etlll about 50 per cent, higher than they
were in 1913.
ARRIVES IN NOME
Explorer Announces His Ship Lost
a Propeller and Will Be
NOMIJ. Alaska. June IS.-Roalcl
Amundsen, the explorer, wlioso ship, lm
Maude, wintered off Capj Serge, SI-
iifrla, arrived in Nome y?tcrdny and
will leave for Seattle on the first
steamer, . announced.
Thc Maude Jost a propeller In the Ice
during the winter and wiI be towpd
to Nom$ thlssummcr foj repairs.
New Vorlier Killed at Sarataitn,,
SABATOCJA SPRINGS. N. V., June
ls-Walter ftoth of New York City
employed at ono ot the hotels at Btrj
toga X.ake, was Instantly killed early
to-day when the automobllo ln which
ho was riding crashed through a brldgm
into ueysers recit near wis cuy
Both was burled under the car In fif
teen feet of wnter.
JJKIT WEK K- U t, KUutAmj, Band",
Evening Berrtces ef the
General Assembly of Spiritualists
Grand lullropm. tVMorf-Atorl.
Jnne 24 MM. W.II, HARLOW flOEIZ.
June Sfi KKV. WM.T, J. KRWOOb.
XMcii nx "I tbe famous Ut medium.
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