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nwltlfiynpportunltr to tnke a last
lodk b.t the Holy Knthc
6vercnst skies, n light rain and.
chilling ntmosphero nppureritly had
nov dampened the unior or mc vis
HoaCJWCo.'ime on root, ln.cantupcs.1
street earn, omnibuses and nutomo-1
chilling ntmosphero nppureritly had!
Several it housund tf-ooiis.. made t'l
of carabineers. Infantry nnd royal
1 KiiarilKf-Uned the cntranco to fiiclll.
tutolaiiRJriovemont of the multltuilo
nndjpresorvo order. Their presence
wast ocdreely (necessary, because the
great streums of the falthrul who had
walfcd.In- lino were no Impressed by
the solemnity of the ocuudon that
thoy; were exceptionally calm.
Among: the vast concourse which
pressed forward at the right entrance'
to tho'chV'rch, leading directly past
the Chapel of" tho Holy Sacrament.
In which the Pppe's body rents.-were,
groups of monk, priests and Slsterp
of Charity In sombre raiment, some
of them weeping: and some rever
Tho former Pontiff's body, clad In
Crimson robes, rests on a catafalque
only; about a. yard from tho lmmonse
iroa'igrfttes at the entrance of Chapol
' Nobio.f '
Tba corllf Icato of Popo Benedict's
fcleathwaa registered at the city's
burekurof deaths to-day. It rca'lnr
"Tho 'undersigned physician hereby
Mates that at 6 o'clock A. M. Jan. 22
Ills 'Holiness Pope Benedict XV., dln
como Delia Chlesa, expired following
. an cotopk of broncho-pneumonia
brought on by Influenza. (Slgnod)
TO ROME TO-MORROW
(With foougherty in West Indies,
Boston Cardinal Will Cast
Only American Vote.
BOSTON, Jan. 23. Tho plan for
Cardinal O'ConneU'n voyago to Borne
to participate In the election of tho
papalqttccessorjto Benedict XV. wcro
announced., to-day. With his official,
party,', consisting of Mgr. M. J.
Splalrie. tho Itev. R. J. Haboillli,
Chancellor; and Dr. John R Blattary,
a' laVman. the Cardinal will all to-
raorfrdV- rom New York ,for Naples
on thejateamshlp Prcaldcnto Wilson.
"Ho" Wit have only elghl days to
reach Rome beforo tho conclave opens
but will bo admitted upon his arrival
if 'ihtii dew Pontiff has. not been
Atf 'Cardinal Dougherty of Phlludel
thla Is'tn'tho West Indies, for soveroi
days at least. Cardinal O'Connell will
be'' tho 'foinly American "tilth a vdlco
ltKd Voto'jn tho election of tho ntrv
Mad of two Koman uatnouc cnurcn.
vThorCardlnal went tb New York by
motor with some of tho membors of
hlif pay ttntl WIV tnero to-day-
Neither. He Nor "Merry ''del Val
; Likely, However to Suc-
. .ceed Benedict.
?ROME..Jan. 23. Until Uie" election
of new Pope, 'executive ' pcrttrert'stt
.. ,, . M t1 . . I
ai?y',.-Ffr""' "L ' T"u,u
Gasparrt. To nun na Doon coneignea
.the Pisealorlum ring for seaUns oor-1
nionBaac and tho iseal for , Papal
Thodomlnatlnc influences at the
forthecmlns' conclavo of . elxtyino
Cardinals will probably be' Cd'rdlnul
Merry del Vol the Spanish Intran
elgent heir of Plus X.'s policy, and
Cardinal Gasparrt. But neither, Is
likely, to be elected Pope.
J APAN.TO GET1 OUT
OF SIBERIA LATER
4 wit i
Her. Arms Delegation Disclaims
Any Designs on Russian Terri
WASHINGTON. Jin. vJS-Assbol-
nted ,'PriSw). A statement declaring
that Japan had no territorial designs
in Ilussla and giving assurance that
Japanese troops would bo withdrawn
n ni,! rinn,mn .hni,i
W estniuisnea tnero was maao to-aay
uy uarun niuueiiuru ui um jupaiiuDu
ncicgauon at mc meeting oi tne rar
tl.iMlnn tnrrltoriil nmhlllons wens
n.. ..... .
aid to Include Saghaltcn as well as
other-portions of Siberia.
uppearea do 1110 pruvuiiiiiti 1
Opinion that the naval treaty would
be presented In final form at a plea-
ry session this week.
At) ono means of giving effect to Its
declaration lost week in favor of re
duction 01. me umncse Army, uie
!ArnTH.-,Confercnce Is considering an
other itesolutlon looking to prohibi
tion of the Importation of arms into
SHE MARRIES AGAIN,
SPANK HER, DAD'S TOLD
Tlrlitf. Ailvlurd to llavr nt Lritat
j .Two Weelii' Courtuhlp.
; (SewUltoTlMiEvmljn WorM.I
WHITB PLAINS. Jan. 23. "If your
.daughter ever get married again
Wlth9ut yoyxr content you spank lie,
goqd." wan the direction of Supremi
!t,'ourt'.Juitlce Seeger to Paul Dlmon
father of Mrs. Marie Steven
WS! srsnted an annulment !
.flay from her huband, Wllllan
.Charles Stevens of Port CheBter.
Tha young wife teitlfied that shi
wajiflten years old when iho 'was
Wisrried on Dec. 10, lt20. Hhe said
fhn ftave her age as nineteen, anf
Wien asked why, replied: "My hus
bands mother put me up to do It
She told m what to say."
,1 Mrs. Stevens tetlnd she -had oni
known the defendant a week and, 1
nlr at tne time or tne marriage.
"Better take a couple of weeks next
liro; think it over before you.gfi
ilMbrried," Judge Seeger advised.
1 UO DUPLICATE
AT POPE'S FUNERAL
Requiem Will Bev Chanled in
Every Church Located in,
This Diocese. ,
MASS FOR CHILDREN.
Death of Pontiff Announced
From All Pulpits in the
The Archdloccso of New York will
mourn .with tha rest ol the world for
Popo Benedict XV. In evory church
thorowlll be requlra mosjes and
communion services for tho children
In memory of tho dead Pontiff.
Tho funeral exercises in. Rome will
be duplicated with every poss'.Uo de
tail in St. Patrick' Cathedral.
Archbishop Patrick J. Hayes,
vihen he received official not! li
cit Ion of the Popo'ti death, lrn
rcedlately began preparing tho
mourning services. Ho will In.
day Usuo a pastoral letter requesting
tho special sorvlcca. Ho orders that
tho prayer on -tlio death of tho Popo
be recited at each mass, and the la'ty
ore urged to special prayer.
Up to the receipt, of the official no
tification, prayers for tlio recovery of
the Pontiff woro still being said, and
It was not until tho 10 o'clock mans
at tho Cathedral that tho prayer on
tho death of tho Popo was substituted
and his demise announced from tho
The prayer on tho death of the
Pope "Pro defuncto summo ponti
flco orantlo" Is brief. It reads: '
"Oh, God, by whoso Inscnttnblo
appointment Thy sen-ant Benedict
XV. was humberod amoner Thy chief
Bishops, grant, wo beseech Thee, that
ho who was tho vicar of Thlno only
beffotton Son on earth may rccclvo a
placo ntnong Thy holy Pontiffs who
Sovo cntored Into everlasting blessed -ess."
Vfe Cathedral sorvlco on Tucday
of nest week will be timed to that of
tao ceremonies in Home. In from of
tho kig-p' altar a catafalque duplicat
ing that ' upon which tho body of tlio
Pol will lie In St. Peter's will be
placed, and tho Pontifical mass of re
quiem will probably bo celebrated by
tho Archbishop himself. Ho will be
ossified by five Bishops to give thu
&bt(Jl tit ions, and it la expected Hint
fully 1,000 priests will attend. On
the catafalque will bo placed tho
tiara end crossed keys of the Papal
offi e and the coat of arms of Benedict
The announcement of the Pope's
death was made In St. Patrick a
I . - , . 1 1... . 1. T i ,. .. t T tfnM
HICU 1 m uy mc iii-iii Y iiuiu
mer, who preached the sermon at the
it, nviopV mass. Tho celebrant of
the mass was tlio Rev. John M. J
Qulnn. assisted by the Revs. Patrick
Daly and Bernard McQuade.
(Continued l-'nnn Kirst PagO,
i. nut when such un ovent tuis
re ouch will bo free to go on lo.,-J,
Ing some one else that may suit ul'i
or her fancy
W.f,t lilu Im'ft tnv IiIm wlfn mli'lil tin
rcU,ndled no nUmUn Is possible but I
I highly improliabio. He says ho has
made suitable financial urraiiRemenls
for his wife and children. This ho
vhlB twtl..fvo.vear.iilcl renouneer
. iii nml itnhliwhlnn-l v
v.i fnin, i ., iuii.,,n f
mnrrtnirn Is shiikrn. Ys. morn tlinn
. .. !l ... .....
lor those woo ocnevo ill u, uui no(l, ,.,,,,ul,l,.r.1 nnil inmort
,. tne Congress consuiemi anu p.is.ca
au ( ..,, ,1 . ,.,,. r
Miss Conrad, sho cnteied tho uiu of
Oarland and his wlfo moro ll.an 11
year ago at aliout the time, arpui -
cntly, that he spurniil his $1, COO, 000 j
Inheritance, rioni what thn girl iiavs
It would appear that Mrs, Oailand
was' not long in ignorance of tho ex
istence of a rival.
Ah for Garland, now that the truth
lias como out. lie admits the influence
of Miss Conrad as calmly us he h.id
pievlously denied that there wis an
other woman in tho rase. Ilo Is
quoted as confirming Miss Conrad's
statements that he and ins wife nnd
Miss Conrad several limes discussed
tho plan of both women shurlng tho
Carland home. Thero Is nothing to
show that Mrs. Carland over ugreed
to consider the proposition, but frym
what Carland nnd Miss Conrad uro
Kald to have admitted shn fought for
her rights us a wlfo and a mother
until she becamo convinced that It
would bo impossible to maintain them.
The trouble with Mrs. Cailand np
pears to bo lh.it nlia duoe, hot unJ&'r
stand. Miss Conrad understands. .Sho
knows that Chailes Garland Is Irro
slstiuly drawn to freedom. He feels
that life in just one experience aftor
another, and he should bo allowed to
pick his own experiences if they
promise to bo pleasant. Miss Conrad
Is Bald to have told her friends that
Garland still loves his wife and would
return to her. to-morrow If she would
nhandon her archaic belief thnt a man
should be satisfied with ono wfo at 11
THE, EVENING WOULD, MONDAY, JANUARY
UNITED ERIN SEEN
PLANS AGREED ON
Melding of Ulster Forecast in
Boycott and Boundary
LONDON, .lali. 23 -Tho Dsfecnient
reached between Michael Collins, ,'ep
resentliift tho lrlnh Provisional Jov
ernmcnt, und Sir James Cralff, (he
L'lHtcr louder Ih considered to fore
shadow Htircly an euily union of tho
whole of Ireland, probably on a fed
In the last six montbs of 1921 the
tecelpts or tho I'ort Authority of Bel
fust showed a fulling off of nearly
L 2,500,000, comparcl with tho, pro
cediiif? six months, while In thoisame
period thn Dublin port ibcclpts
slinweil an InereuMt of 1,250,000.
This was not wholly due to the
southern boycott, but "to tho Iran
ference of trade from Belfast to Dub
lin becauso of disorder In Belfast,
it Is proposed to constitute a new
1ody Instead of tho Council of Ire-'
l,i ml im tirnnnspd under tlio finvnrn.
I tnont nf Irnlnnrl Ant of 1920. find, nn
that act has to bo amended anyway
next session, the new body can bo
provided for In It so as to brine it in
line with tho treaty clauso As to an
alteration In the constitution of tho
Boundary Commission, official draft
ing experts hold that It can be done
under tho existing treaty clause which
Is vncue In terms und can bo Inter-'
pretcd to permit substitution of' tho
new body. As both North njid jSouth
Ireland favor these changed, 'no oppo
sition Is likely to be offered, thcm
uven by the dlo-hards In Parliament.
It the Northeast Cabinet arc unani
mous it can be carried. .
Competent authorities havu ex
pressed tho opinion thaif,'tllo. Boun
dary Commission ns proposed in tho
treaty conducted Its Inquiries on ileb
Iscitc lines, the six northeast counties
would lose nearly half their pr-iscnl
area, and Craig's Government, lenow
ing that, hopes to get better .tonns
lrom tho new Boundary Commihslon,
in consideration of which they orob-
nbly aeceptcd the clause providing for
tho return and gradual ro-emtiloy-
inent of expelled Catholic workmen
which will bo tho bitterest pill for
Orungemen to bwiiIIow. Tho v.olo
pact ereules a highly .favorable, im
press! on here.
Conferences between (ho Irish
Committee of tho British Cabinet ami
the .Ministers of the Irish Provisional
Government over ' details concerning
the assumption of power by the. ro
Wslonnl icglmo In Ireland, pen-ling
tlio organization of the Irish Fi-en
State Government under tho nglo
Irish Treaty, were held yesterday and
Winston Churchill presidul. The
lilsh lepicscntatlvcs were Michael
Collins, Kamnn J. Duggan and Kevin
O'lllgglns. Mr. Collins returned to
Ireland last night, but tho confer
ences uro being continued with his
BHLKAST, Jan. 23. News of tho
raising of thn lioycott by the Irish
1-reo State agnlnst Ulster causoa a
lush of commercial travellers .t.vday
to various railway stations, en i-outo
to various points In South Itcland,
! anxious to resumo tlio business wnlch
i tho boycott had checked.
SESSION IN PARIS
n , i "Vindictivenes. of
LJeP' cCdlCb V IIIUIUU CllCX ui
Great Britain in Retail
I'AHIS, .Ian. 23 (Associated Hi mm).
ltesolutions of condolence over tlio
cnth of Hope Benedict were passed
by tho World Congress or the Irish
Bare Immediately upon "its assembling
1 h..rn tn.ilnv.
! TUKinff "P .urB..H..B ..u.D
' .1 lesolutlon deprecatlnt) "the vindlc
, tivenoss of Grcnt Britain In retalnln;
!llHi. ,rinp,-s In British Jails" Tlio
..ledged theiiiHclves to h'ih-
1 ort any line of action the peupin
uf Ireland might decide uion to bun
about tho release of prisoners In Kiitf
land und North Ireland.
HAItlS, Jan. 23 (United Press).
At the World Congress of tho Irish
Ituco tlio organization of an Irish
world association was begun. Kamon
Do Valeia, who headed a delegation
bent by tho Provisional Government
of Southern li eland, was named ns
Ho declared lto would strive to form
a "permanent association, the object
of which would bo to assist In obtain
ing further freedom for Ireland."
A majority of tho 100 delegates
present from eighteen countries wore
of the "die-hard" type, appointed be
foro tlio dofoat of Do Viilera, and
they expressed belief that, the new or
ganization would bo Do Valora's
weapon with wnicn 110 woum con-
- , tnua to nght llguiual Uiu IiIbIi Tieut
with Greut Brltuln. Others saw in
tlio ussoclatlon u valuablo medium for
shelving the insurgent leader while
thu woik of establishing u free state
In Ireland wus carrlod 011.
UK. l.OHRNZ IS JiTAl'LUTOJf.
Dr. Adolf Irens Is to-day In Staple
ten. Statcn Island, where lie Ih to ex
amine seventy-five pitlent si thn
ilriilth Department of flees. No. ill lliy
Mrcet. Four of his patients, up .clnUt,
ihe rot children,
BY-LEAP TO DEATH
Wild Confusion on Elevated
Section at 125th Street Over
Suicide High in Air.
A mail believed to 1)6 S. Hamilton
of No. 68 :Vest MMh Btrcet, jumppd
in front or a southbound Broadway
subway train at the elevated station
at 126th Street: to-day and wan cut to
pieces. Tlio platforms of tho station
and tho streets be'ow become scenes
of wild confusion until after the boI
was taken to the West lD2d Btroct
A note Scrawled in pencil on an en
velope found .In a coat pocket of the
man gavo Incoherent directions that
4;c. Jones, Sexton," Ehould be noti
fied and Dr. 'B. and Mr. Barry should
bo -told that tho writer "couldn't
stand it any longer" und wlshod them
to euro for "his' denr slator."
A" letter from the Itev. Dr. Walter
D. Buchanan of tho Broadway Pres
byterian Church and tho address or
the1 church indicated that the ma
nage was meant for the pastdr. Th
not carried twtco the address, No. B51
West 12&tlt Street.
The Broadway subway service was
suspended for forty-one minutes from
noon while firemen assisted the po
lice in removing the body from tho
Tho motorman of the train was
James McConncll, of No. 142 West
228th Street, who wan motorman or
tho train which last Wednesday killed
Abraham S. August, cashier of Sutro
.t Co. when he fell In front of a
train ntcrlng tho West , 72d Street
AS BODDY MURDER
(Continued Prom First Pago.)
Krank Aiunow, of his counsel, leaned
to him once .ind nsked "Does that
man suit you?" Boddy, with some
Impatience, replied "Don't bother tiio
with such things. You aro tho peoplo
to do this."
Tho wife of tho defendant askod
that sho be permitted to sit witli him.
but upon objection by Mr. Banton sho
was refused und took her seat In the
body of tho court .room,
A great crowd gathered in the hope
of entering the court room, and the
stairways and corridors were so
Jammed that tlio reserves of the
Elizabeth Street Station were called
to hold tlie Inqulsltlvo throng in
Former General Sessions Judgo
Morris Koenlg, of assigned counsel to
Boddy, who pleaded not guilty for his
client, moved for u postponement of
the tilal on two grounds kino that
lie had not had sufficient time in
which to prepare ills case, and the
other that tho authorities, instead of
aiding, hnd obstructed ids attempt?
to gain needful information.
Ho said ho had learned that rela
tives of Boddy's mother had been
placed In Insane asylums In Maryland
and Now Jorsey and wanted time to
Investigate, Also ha stated that tho
names of witnesses In the oflico of
Probation Officer Allison, to whom
Boddy had reported the day of the
shootings, Had been refused Iilm.
District Attorney Banton, In op
posing, stated that lie bad offered to
summon by telephono tlio nsylum
authorities with their records, and
that the offer of his office to assist
the defenso did not go to the point of
disclosing tho names of material wit
nesses, ull or whom would bo called
by the people.
Justice Wnsservogel denied the mo
tion and the impanelling of the Jury
Krank Whaley, the Negio who, on
Jan. 19, shot and killed Patrolman
Motz with tho lattcr's own revolver
In the West 123d Street Station, was
arraigned before Judge Molntyre in
Kx-Judga Leonard A. Snitkln. of
assigned, counsel, stated to the court
that bo had not been able to obtain
a sane story from tho defendant nnd
asked that u commission be appointed
to inquire into his sanity. Judge Mc
Intyre refused, until a physician
examine Whaley and renort to tho
court. The case was adjourned until
Thursday so thnt such an examina
tion nnd report could be made.
GRAND JURY HEARS
C. W. MORSE'S CASE
Books of Many Companies l:xam
ined for His Dealings by
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. The cuse
of Charles W. Morse for nlleged
fraudulent conspiracy In dealings with
the. Shipping Board and Emergency
Fleet Corporation, was placed before
tho Ornd Jury by District Attorney
Gordon's investigation of the Morse
caso has included tho examination of
books and records of a number of
companies in different partR of tho
country, with which Morso had deal
ings or in which he was interested
A mass of books, letters, records and
correspondence wns produced.
To Htoo n lil In ilnr lni,
ri;M t.&xnlltu lllllJMd (iuivis.t- n-uttii.i-
Thf xenulne bri Iho iicnntiiio nf K. W.
Qrovv, ll luce you f.el Uromo. Advt.
ON SUBWAY TRACKS
TO BE MRS. M'KINNEY
IN A FALL WEDDING
Ml 33 KATHERIN& BlCGS.
New York Girl Will First Take
an Art Course in
Or. and Mrs. Hermann M. Biggs of
No. 39 West OCth Street have just an
nounced the engagement of their daugh
ter, Kuthcrlne lilggs. to Roesslo Mc-
Kinney of No. 391 Ktato Street, Albany,
Miss Biggs was graduated from Miss
Spencc'n School of this city and also
from Vassar with the class of "20. She
Is a member of tho Junior Leaguo. Dr,
Illggs Is Btato Commissioner of Health
for New York, a member of tho fac
ulty of New York University and one
of tho directors of tho Ilockcfcllcr In
st I tut c.
Mr. McKlnncy, eon of Mr. and Mrs.
Udward N. MoKlmiuy, wub graduated
from Harvard in 1915. He Is now a
member of tlio steel ilrm of James Mc-
Kinney & Bon, Albany.
On Feb. 18 Miss Biggs will sail for
tho Mediterranean to study art for a
fow muntlis In Italy. After her return
thu wedding will be celebrated In the
Brick Presbyterian Churuh at Fifth
Avuiiuc ana 37th Street aomu tlnui In
the lato autumn.
Official Glynn Removed for
Sullivan Favors Stricken
in Yonkers Home.
Thomas J. McCormack, who served
for a brief period In 1014 as warden
of Sing Ring Prison, died nt 11.13
o'clook lost night at bis home. No.
140 North Broadway. Yoiikcra, from
complications resulting from harden
ing of the arteries. He had been III
for more than a year.
Mr. McCormack was born In Ohio
and reared in this city. He attended
school in the old Fourth Ward. In
1890, lie settled In Yonkers, where ho
engaged In the heating and ventilat
ing contracting business pnd entered
politics. In 1892, he married Mar
garet C. Nugent ml she and three
children survive him.
Jaincs J. Clancy was forced out of
the wardenslilp of Sing Sing In June,
1911, by political pressure nnd Mr.
McCormack was appointed by Gov.
Glynn to succeed him. At that time,
David A. Sullivan, who had been
President of the Mechanics &
Traders Bank of Manhattan, the fail
ure of which carried clown the Union
Bank of Brooklyn, was a convict In
Sing Sing, serving a term growing
out of conviction for li regularities in
his banking operations.
Mr. McCormlck Immediately Insti
tuted methods of prison management
that made him popular with tlio con
victs. For tho first time in eighty
nine years ho allowed prison Inmates
to cat their evening meal in tho mess
hall. He released them from their
cells from 9 o'clock to 4.30 o'clock on
Sundays and allowed them to roam
the phison grounds at will.
In October, 1914, District Attorney
Cropsoy of Brooklyn charged that
David A. Sullivan had purchased an
automobile, which ho had presented to
Warden McCormlck: that McCormlck,
somctlmea drlHjng the car and some
times allowing Sullivan to drive it,
had visited New Yorlc and places In
Westchester with Sullivan and that
Sullivan hnd been allowed to transact
business in New York and in the
prison which was Inimical to tho In
terests of the depositors of tlio Union
Gov. Glynn appointed Stephen C
Baldwin a special commissioner to in
vestigate the charges. Mr. Baldwin
found they were well grounded nnd
Mr. McCormlck was removed on Oct.
30. Subsequently, he served as Super
intendent of the Yonkers Water
LIVES TO 100 YEARS;
NEVER HAD A DOCTOR
Connecticut ontrnnrlan Una ym to
B inn Flrit Movie.
DANIELSON, Conn., Jan. 23 Dnnln
Cook Rawson, who otiMrvd iho lnutn
anniversary of Ids hlrlhihiy. clnlmn ilia
l.u never lui! luul profc .he.-ii mcd..,
ndvU" a 111 henlih.
Hu hud never been io iho raoylfii.
OUSTED AS WARDEN
OF SING SING
ON ROOF AT NIGHT
Has a Long Record, Police Say
Is the Mother of Six
Mis. Pauline Nlchtcr, said by the
rollco. to hrtvo Bevcral nllanes Includ
ing Bepklo Fischer, Uccklo Ooldstein,
Mary Wntson, Dorothy Shur, and
Mary Iiietiorman, thirty-six years
old, Was arrested early to-day lp
Brooklyn ly Patrolman Thomas
Christie nnd Detective Patrick
Knowies. Jacob Ftchtcr, wlio lives on
tho top floor at No. 191 Uodney
Street, Brooklyn, said that he had
caught the woman walking on tin
Sho tdlff him sho was looking for a
fumlly named Moskowltz. Ho took:
her by force" into his apartment, i
where, her screams attracted forty
fitliAl tannntu l,rnlt In Ihplt' nlf-tlt- I
clothes. Ilchtcr liad been on the
lookout for liurglais, he said, since
his apattment was entered last Ail-
gust and $3,000 worth of valuables
stolen. Tho other tenants wore also
on edge for buiglars, following the
entry of tho apartment of Mrs .lucoli
Klaubor, on the top flogr next to
Flchtcr's. hist Saturday. The bur
glars took Jl.SOO worth of valuables
Tho police said that Uo pairs of
fenttunra titAtnn f.Atn tlm f I tin I't 111 tl t.
of J..sm.h Kanriel. No. 4V1 Bedlonl '
Avcnilo, were found on the mot' at
No. 191 Bodney Street. Klghty dol
lars was also stolen mini Manuel.
Burglars also entered the apaitinenl
of Michael Hannls at No. 112 Bed
ford Avenue and took $5 out of his
When arraigned to-day before Mag
istrate Gelsmar in the Bililge I'luza
Court, thewom nu was dressed In an
old brown coat, and her hair wns dis
hevelled. She showed no emotion, but
Insisted Klio was looking for tins Mos
knwltz family. She said sin- hud
never been arrested beforo, hut thu
police said that she had been arrested
fivn times previously in 1!13 on 11 .
charge or grand larceny, loceiving a'
1 suspended sentence; in 1915. for buig
! l.'iry, receiving another suspended sen
tence; In 191 S, for grand laiceny, ic-
elving a uthlnl suspended sentence:
in 19J9, on a charge of liniglury, for
which she was discharged ; and in
1920 on a chaigo of burglary reduced
to petty larceny, when she again re
ceived :i suspended sentence. The !'irst
lour arrests were in Manhattan, the
fifth in Brooklyn.
Edward GnrverMier counsel, luld
the Magistrate that she is the mother
or six children. She was hold in
S2.00') ball ror hearing Krlday.
LIBASCI GOES TO TRIAL
AS SLAYER OF GARBE
I C'nno In Which IZuhhIi-
Iliiuiann Wna Aciiulllcit.
Joseph Llbuscl, twenty, of No. 7G
Troutman Street Brooklyn, was placed I
cm trial In the Queens Supreme Court
to-day for the murder of Hurry Gnrbe, '
twenty, who wai shot 011 tho nlcht of
Oct. 27 on Woodlinven Boulevard near
Old South Road. This Is the murder
charge for which Gussle Humann was -
cently tried and acquitted. The charge
against her was that she lured tho Mutim
Ui the spot where he was killed.
Garbhe, who lived at No. 14U, Ches
ter Avenue, Woodhaven, died In the
hospital at Jamaloa several dujs int. r
the shooting. Two Jurors, were fc
lectcd, John SOhade, n bank tlerk
living In 111th Street, Richmond II l'
and Charles Bldwell. a salesman c-t
Josephine Llbasel, sister of the de
fundant, was in court. Gusuc Ho
m.inn was nut.
Harry Rica, twenty, of . 40 Star"
Stieet, Brooklyn, wwas orraigned In
the Jamaica Court on a ehaigo of
homicide, discharged and brought
Into the Supreme Court ax 11 material
witness against Llbuscl. lie Is ' I
to have been urged by somehiKlv t..
"keep awayy" until after the Libnsi 1
m:ir.s tic, b wo ihi..
Kicdeiiek A. Russell, Chairman of
he New York Harbor Arbitration
Board, to-dny denied n stntement made
hy Capt. William IT. Mahcr that the
striking tug boat captains and de-k-
ands who have gono imcx i"
nad won their strike anu imu icnn i
under individual agreements. Mr. Rus- i
Ml anld the men .had returned miner
t'n- wage scale which they had struck
".ihist which was u reduction m
month. Charles A. Mason or im- low
Pont Rxoliangn said the Mahcr .ati - ,
flit wns absurd.
r.lt.M(ll). Suddenly, with pneumonia, Jan.
2. HISS, at hl residence. No. .. l.oeutt
Ave , New Ilorhclle, THOMAS CARMODV.
Funeral Tuftday niornhiK. 1" o'clock,
from Ida lata reilde'nre, thenro to the
Church of the lllswd Sacranicnl, Center
Intel incut Tetin Ynn, N Y.
STItOMl. Jan. V-. !--. !' Ai.UXA.Miiui
HTHONd, beloved hiifbnnl or me lan
fllliabeth Htrong, ased 71) years.
Masonic funeral service at hH tnte resi
dence. No. W. Kd St., Tiiesdn
evenlnn, s.30 o'clock. .
' FRANK E CAMPBELL ,
BroadwajBt 66th St.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS.
1.03T, Thursday, at 7.30 I . V . , i
at l!sui si. and Tarlc uv. or tub iud .i., I
brief cam coiilaliilnK uapers of no value e
cinttnu to the owneri tellers fiom niaiiv
Picinilnriit roopla 111 th cuitu. Ubt-i kI iard
Hlvtn. I'liona at ones, Or. A. M. luunj,
Uarolay VMi. DO Wnal uroaanoy.
HIS BROKEN NECK IS MENDING
Quarterback Herbert, of Syra-
cuse, Injured in Game,
Is Brought Mere.
CAS13 IS REMARKABLE.
Hopes' Yet to Continue Study
'of Law and "Look on"
1 Harry Herbert, Syracuse Univer
sity quarterback, whoso neck wns
broken in tho Syracuse-Co'.gato game
on Nov. 12, and who has been in u
hospital thero for cloven weeks with
UU head, neck and body In n plaster
cast, has been brought to this city,
i where 'he Will bo under observation of
Dr. Blsbcrg, a noted specialists.
That Herbert lived !" remarkable,
according to tho doctors who have
examined him. About six wcoka ago
Dr. Elsbcrs was called into tho caso
the one first used, and Herbert seems
to have improved oonsldorably sinco
' tho change. That ho will never bo
ablo to participate in athletics Is a
certainty, as physicians say that tho
least Jar would probably result in his
Never has there been a. more cheer
ful patient. Ho haa always been In
a happy frame o'f mind, and he even
believes ho will yet play lacrosse, a
gama In which ho - 'as a Btar last
season, his work on tho Held car
rying tho Orange to victory In most
of tho games played by Coach Cox's
Herbert will remain In New York
about ten days, and 1" tho. improve
ment that is expected comes he will
be allowed to go to nls homo In Hart
ford. During the past few days ho
has been able to wiggle bis neck Just
the slightest bit and ho feels confi
dent," as ilo '.loino of the doctors, that
tho Injury will not causo him much
trouble If ho takes great care. His
ambition is to continue his law course
next fall, and Dr. Elsbcrg, It la un
derstood, believes that by tho time
thu next football smson rolls around
that he will bo In condition to sit on
the sidelines and watch tho games
ACTRESS MARY MOORE
MAY LEAVE HOSPITAL
lie-cowry r Yiiuiiu Woiimii win,
Wnm Aided !' I.circ-nz.
After a cnnvalesc-eiu-u ,if moic than
eight weeks follo-wng An ouonitlon fen
lit often ertrbniG aid multiple fracture
of the skull, Alary Moore, uc-ticg, li
locking forward to her dismissal from
the Broad Street II0sp1t.1l. which, her
physicians announced to-dav was prob
able llcr rase gained wide prominences b -
iliac her recovc ry, lung thought linpo-f-jFlbl",
Is now a net. nr Loreti., , ".ri
ms. bnne specialist um-Med n- Hi Ml
of treatment w J I ' the r -oieri j
Atm a "W1111 y" 1 w Hp
lv-JJM Ji Ji
I I I IllllWI I Wl 111 1MI1I
WEEKS IN CAST;
STATE RESTS CASE
OF ARBUCKLE SUIT
Actor Will Go on SJand Again
Wednesday or Thursday
His Defense Unchanged.
SAN I'BANCISCO, Jan. 23. With
only the testimony of n half dozen
minor witnesses remaining to be
heard, the State expects to close Its '
case against' Itoscoo (Khtty) Arbuckle
lato to-day- It is probable that the
defense will not open until Tuesday
Tho ense of the defense, according
to Oavln McNab, Arbuckle's chief
counsel, will contain no surprises. A
fow new witnesses will tuko tho stand,
but their testimony will only deal
with minor points, ho said.
Arbuckle himself will probably take,
the stand cither Wcdticsdayor Thurs
day. The caso is expected to go to the
Jury either nt Hie end of this week or
early next week. '
DYING MAN ACCUSES
WOMAN OF SHOOTING
Held on Ills Slur?-, Claiming
Jt Wax Accidental.
Helen Schmidt, No. 4 Suffolk Street, fu
was held without ball to-day by Magis
trate Corrlgan In lissex Market Court
Ttir examination Thursday on a charge
of felonious assault. She was arrested
last night ufter Anthony JDewcnsky, No.
1."1 Ludlow Street, had said sho shot
Dowensky Is In Qouvernour Hospl
tul with a hiillel wound In his stomach.
Following mi operation yesterday thu
physicians told him bo would probably
die and lie Immediately called for the
detectives to whom he made tho state
ment about the shooting. Ho was shot
011 Jan. lfi. while In his room In Lud
Before Magistrate Corrlgan, the
voimg woman ald she called on De
wensky's roommate and while ther
Dcwensky showed them an automatic!
revolver She said f.he olckod it
nnd 11 t art ridge exploded.
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