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HUSBAND AND WIFE
Story Is "She SwattecT Him
and He Left Her Stranded
INDICTMENTS PILE UP
Ex-District Attorney of Queens
Accuses Present Holder of
Office of Spite
Indlctmonts have been returned against
former Dlstrlet Attorney lohn B. Mer
r.ll. of Queens. BBttl Fritz. proprletor of
n garage at Weadhavea, T.ong Island. anl
rYHHaan J Hierack. fl chauffeur. charging
the.m with grand larceny la aaalaarfuBy
'V taining an automohile. Bencfa warrants
Issued for Fritz anil Bieraeb, and
they were arrested yeOterda) and held ln
| ??! bah each by r umty Judge l"irt J.
phrey at Jaaaialca. Tha taadietaaaenta
w.r. returned by the grand iury of
Queena, and Detectlva Victor White, of
tttornej Matthev I. Baadth'a
-taff. Ben ed tTie pap<
? indictmenta an l a ? pici to ?
,i i..-t',u-.ii Ifr. and
Clark*, of no. ; Bpei ? Brooklyn,
r - > v ? ? ? .
d i mutual Ot '
aii areee after Mra Clarki I over
?,-.i itruch hei huaband, and he left her
BjUttng m the rn ;1 ? ^ ai
a Long island aneaaow one mghl ln 0<**
Mr. Morrltl aaya tl* whoh thlng ? ??
i. ? . on tbe part Of I ' 8*1 I MtOT
du* to the story thal tbe ler
Dtatrtcl Attorney la reaponalbte fe*
Ing n AJbauay against the pan
. , .\ti rnej Mi Merrill Beelaree
? - BcUoai of i
? M ls tba aHb>al and aaoel abaurd ttiing
vr,- took ? I Mr. Merrill at
bh? beane ln Oawne Park um nipht "J
tjiink an; man who a >uM obtaln an In
ment undar ' ,os is un*
fit for pubUt O-Bce rbe arhoie tblna ia
spHe work. No crtaae araa coannrdtted.
?|!h? case was throwi ibe aaaagta
. t Th- entlre trouble is that
When cha igalnet
<4nlth II waa aaM that Charlea Pope
-aidwci and l were reapoaadblc foi them.
i intoad to make the majb a part
icinoviti ehargi ? ? Albany."
The lawyer aald Clarka and hl? wlfa
on tbe eventng
October 24. and that Mra. Ciarke,
apuggled up tn tba tonneau. heard het
ind. who was drtvii ? tbe
baelda him. "I va tat i lete arlth a
couple of K?ns to-nlght " Mra Claflce
tbwreaapea "aaratted" Mr. Ciarke, who Im
mediately got out < ll and left
aione in l Brooklyn
Maaor. She telepbeaaed te K-itz > garage
?rd h ehauBeur oaune and dreve ber to
-he home of hea taatee, Mra i eener, at
Xo boo Chauneey atreet, Breobljn
She then bad tlie chatlffeur take the car
to the Fritz gatrage. accordtna le Mr. Mer>
ind later. he aald, her husband. who
aliowed up after a week'fl absenoc. mad<
on Frtta for the car. II waa
refueed, and In due Hme the
:? befon Maglatrate Henrj Mlller nt
..... .. .here. and
r and Maglatrate Mll
ler dismissed the preceedlng, aaylng It
i in a 'lvi
Mr- Ciarke had prcvicmaiy engaced Mr.
Mtrrlll *s her counsel, nnd ba said he
had an athdavU ready le i uratlon
?jit. bul he had heard that the day after
tbe case eanx up bi Maglatrate Mlhefa
,i (.i.n, back te h*r
? .-. tha cai Irom the Frita garaga
? M tO the prlvate |
F. Comatock in Wood
iM Mr. Merrill. "1 don'l know
.:,:,. of II then. What I oan'l
underatand tbeogh, M arbj ae actton is
being taken. Uveryhody apparently
knows about th.f atBdevH
....... . to Waiiace Dreyfuaa,
s?,lt , ' lark, in 'he Court of I -
rtal Baaarlona at Jamalca yeatarday, nnd
nlld to him 'Ifa an outrage tbe way the
Dtatrlcl Attorney haa aeted ha thla mat?
ter. He has no rlgl I '? smft
the thmn areaaaad B-erybody*a laiking
i this indictment BBrtl I want BOme
,n taken' i hava been ln the Dtatrtct
Attornev's Offlcet, in tha. courta and wilh
th? >BBllll DtaarlCl Attorney, and yet
netblng >>a? beea J'111*"
Mis Ciarke aaUd last night at hei home.
No. 7 Bpoacaa Plaee, thai after her hus
aand'taied to get the automobUe
wa* introduct-d to Merrill by Frtta, aad
at the tea '"'1 ******
f(11 ,i? Bepauratloa buII Bba alao said
lllBl aral meeting- with Mr.
Merrill h? suggested that ahe go to llvc
with a Mrs. Marah at No MM Buahwlck
uvenie. and Bba remaintd theie untll No
remher Vt. and thea deetded tc Be baeh to
The two ef them. aeeofldta_a ic ber
Maay, WO-tt to get the car, and met Mei
? 11 at the garage, where he served on her
and th* papers ahe had Mgned. u
requeet. she >-a>s. the suit waa dh?
n.issed in the Suprerne Court ln Brooklv n
last week. She aaya she has not asen
the automoblie etnce II waa put ln vi.
"omstock's gara_;e _
CALL SCHIFF^AS_ WITNESS
Money Trust Hunters Will Hear
New Yorker To-morrow.
(From The Trihunf Bur?su 1
Washington. Dec. 7 With Jnob 11.
grhlfT and C \ Pugsley. president of the
American Bankers1 Asso<latlon, ready to
glve testlmony, the Pujo money trust
committee will resime its probe of hlgh
flnance on Monday. The committee.
whlch has not martV much headway sinee
it wa? authorlzed nearly a year ago
promjses to get busy now and hear a
-K.re af arMaeeeae before the christmas
Hoth Mr Schiff and Mi PagMey have
.'n BUbpamaed to be present whrn the
Inquiry ls restimed. A deputy sergeant
at-arms of tha Heaaoo M bus\ summoning
The fJlass s\.b-commlttee of the IIouss
Hanklnjr and CUWBBJoy < ommlltee deeld
a-i t-> day te hold a apeciel haaihig next
day or Thursday to acc0mmodaf
Amhashador Merrick. who plans to return
?o,.n to hia poel ln I'arls. Tbe ambassa?
dor le ? Baaadel aapert and m aepa
cially Intereeted ln the farmers' credll
?, .i b) I'rend.nt Tsfl The
tilaas eub-eommittoe. whlch ls framlng a
i,,n revtaing ihi banklnfl ?no" curreiacv
lawa. planned to Ix-gin its formal ln
vtatlgatlon <?ri\ ln January, bul fl
,iai iui* ntis been nataaed for the appaar*
ance of the ambaaaader.
DR. WILLIAM D. CRUM DEAD
Negro's Appointment as Collec?
tor at Charleston Stirred South.
''hatleston, B ?'.. Dee. 7.?Dr. Wllliam
i>. i'rum. a negro, Ilaltad staws Mlatet.i
to i.iherin dled here to-di> trom Afrlca i
i.\er, eontracted iti Monwrria. i>r
Cruat'a appointment as Colk-tor of the
Port here by rYeeaaaai Hooeevell stirreo
Ihe South to hltter protest
l>r. i'rum was l>.>rn in f'harleston. IC,
on r'ehruary 9. BBB. lle was edueated nt
:.e ATerj Mormal lnatltute and the
Ameii.an Mi-s.otiary BcbOOl at Charlea*
ton. and in lltl atudted at the I'nlversity
of South '"arollna and at Howard l"ni
versity. Washlngton He hei-an the pTBC*
the of medlclne at ("harleston In UM.
Dr. Crum hrst eame i'nto mitlorial
proraiaeace in MM, when it heenme
known that he wa- I'resi.ierit P.oose.elt's
chedoa for th. offlce of Cobecter of tr.e
POrt of ChartaOtOa, S. <". The citlzena of
i the city rrotested. hut the appointment
1 went to the Senate in .January. IMB, -and
; a month later the nommatlon ??*, -
' reported.on adver?ely. Preetdanl Koose
Ivalt, however. rerused to withdraw trom
hlB position. and Dr. Crum was renomi
nated and. desplte the attitude of the
- ? u. was put in eharu'e of the eUBtOma
' The real flghl eame on the reimmiiiation
, of Dr. Crum thiee yeare BgO and the <V
poaitlea arai ao atreag thal he waa forced
i.? raalgn from oflicr.
He waa then appolnted Mlatater and
CoaauMSaaeral to I.iberia and had since
held thal Ofll e
ARREST IM ASSAULT CASE
New Jersey Poliee Hold Another
for Attacking Miss Mar?hall.
TreBton N .i Dec I ?n< I en arreal
. ?. nton pohi ih; a -
lault and at
tr mpt< d out rai e 1 Mar*
aball laat Tueedaj nlghl i hai ? KeeU
., young wbite man, waa ..?<-!..! ;o-day
. v.as laaving the pollce station.
Keeler had Called at the station on
i other buatneaa, and waa just laaving when
_ into i ? atody. ne
? lives ln th< vkinlty of th- acena of the
? . and th" pollce sav thal he has
. unable t.. glve ? aatlafaetory expia
[natlon of nia wbereabouta on the nlgbl
1 m queatlon. When ftret Interrogated
i about the matter Keelei -;ii<i ibal be was
inM ptaylng domlnoea with hlabroth*
! er at tbe tlnra th a__a_ll too*
Th* brother, boWavex denled th.it he waa
ar, and v. ben t .? poll< ? boarg
thla atory the man waa placed Imdei ajf*
The BOUC4 aa; thal K.
near where MlaJ Marahall wa
just before the crlme wai i
that he had been B.en Mteilng ln 'he
neighborhood Bince then, II la ptala, how*
over, thal the authoritlea ar- nol al aii
satislied that they have the right BUU
have u t it be kno.vr. thal th<
p* t to arreet a negro before dayl n
Thla man, tha poliee ?-???. aa ? ?? ? n ?
ad foi aeveral day3. and he has
loaatad about thirty mlles from the rli
Two men arrested early to-day were
released thia afternoon. Or.e. Bernard
iVrigbt, B negro, waa arrested on the
Btrength -f the aetloaa of tbe poUce doga
Hc was able Mtlefactorll) te e-phUi
m4>vea_eata John Btephenaon, a arhite
man, waa found in a eeaertad houae neai
the place. and was arreetod. He ?as bold
anl) a lew houra. Miss Marshall la I
hlve, but uneonstdous.
TEACHING BABY TO COUNT.
Kvery mother watrhes with keen In
taraal the daWBtag lntelligenee of her
baby, and WBCO it hrst eommen<_>*4 10
notlce nnd rocogalaea its pareota la
one of the happiest aad P ' ath I mo
? nta of her lifi t:.> n > onum... aa tha
gradual and Joyful task of watobing and
14 mlnd to devalop aad
%g ai ?? later on tO exprcaa
tmong ihe many wayB of teachlBg
youna i hildron there is none more papu*>
lar than th< nae of rhymea and ringlaa,
through their n.edium many useful
! th:r.i?s are taught them. Kvery one |_
I famlliar wlth <-ountini? rhymae aucfa a*
? iv... batton my shoe, three, fou*
ihe door, etc, ai*o the ogually
! weii known "Hlckery, dichery, dock, the
i mouee ran np the etock, the . lock struek
?.'.??. the mouse ran down. hlckery, dok
Probably the be?t known of the count
Ing ehymaa i* the Btory of the "Flve
Little PlgB," e -. en< from whieh has
i.,.,.., Sf.i,. ?,,, i. Mlaa M I Klrk, of
riiiia.ieii.hia, aa tha laKt ?f the aerlea
of beautiful colored plcturea for chll?
gren lllual . ipalar foik taies aad
rairy atoidea, whieh have been auch an
latareotlng featura of tha Bundaj Trlb
une durln*: the last three month- "Tha
LittW FiK B*eBi to Market." whieh la
tha titie of the pleture, will ba praaentad
with every Copy of to-day's Sunday Trib?
une it wiii be found Ineerted la the
Maeaalne aot tion.
; This pieiure. a'blcb is m exqulaita col*
ois. show- a vetdant . ountryaide, wlth
a brown read wmdini; through gro< n
;i. bls pri-t a cltiater Of t***ee and leadiiiR
te a pretty viiiaKe, wlth red*tiled eot*
llng a ruatle church with
slender, BTBCefUl steeple, v. hieli tov. eis
above the surroundlm* housea A
Ipvely baiefoot baby attired in B h
PJowIng red frock alts ln the jji.ies by
the slde of the road, buaily oOUBtlBg ita
little pink toes and re?itin?? a nutsery
! This plg went to mai ket
??"his plg -t.iyed al bome
:: Thla plg had a blt of m al
4. And this plg had none.
:.. Thla pig aald, "Wee, wee, wee
I ran t flnd rny way home
In the middle distan. e a < ute. plump
little piK. weartag a red aaal aad earry*
IiiK f'n ernpty market basket, ls seen In
jaunty t>ose walkinii uprljcht like a boy
or man on his way to market in the vll
la?,'e The empt.v hasket Is eari ied on
his arm, and his early tai) atleks out be
hlnd. This plcture tells its atory -o
plalnlv that BVOT} Chlld >an underatand
lt The series, whhh enda to-da\ . has
been a souree of B4eat interest and pleas
uie to OUT luvenile readers We take
oceanion to thank the many j.aieuls and
teaehers who have wrltten us letters
eommendlnff the series
WALDORF BAZAAR OPENS
Affair for Benefit of Mothers'
Fund Promise8 Success.
.ludeni- from the number thal thrunged
lha Wldowad Mothera1 Puud aaaodatloa
i ba/.aar at the W'aldorf at Its Opening
i last niRht the affair will be a BOCCaBB
I From the time the door.s opened shortl.v
' after 7 o'elock until mldnlght thousan.l
! of paraaBB eame and Baat, atoppimc long
I BllOUgh to huy a few Kifts for Christ
I aaaa ar a ohaaaa aa aaytblng from a
| bahy'B eai> to a hox at the opera
| TM bazaar will eontlnile all week with
the ..\.eptioiis of Krlday evenlnjc and Sat
urdav aftenr on
Thla afternoon there will be a OOBM Bfl
arrangad h\ Mrs .xihert Clayberg, al
Whhh several slnBers from the Metropd
ltan Opera com.aiiv will takt i>art
JAIL MADE CART IMPRISONS DUST
THE NEW AUTO ASH ("ART AT WORK.
Loading the can
Ash Wagon Built by Convicts
Works Well in City Tests.
Galee mav blow umi Whiu Wlngs may
, but If the he.
Commiaarioner Edwardi of the Btras l
Cleanlng Depaurtmenl """
?tat to blll
tyea oi paaaersby. For "Blg BH
daj -..>' a demonai
.irt whlch '.?
blt go ftylng do? n' th< a Ind I ?
taxpayen eyea a
w|ab tbey Bvad aom '
Toara where aahee nnd IVtaite Wlngi
all other llttle diaeomfoi I
were never heard of
The demonatratlon began yea ?
I7th atn ? i and Flfth av< nue, and ?
when the - r dumped Ita lo u
tha ,! ? .11 Kth ?
? R v. .lthoui
pacity of Bve tlm< i the ? i
Ita load wa ratl 11 <1 ??
without lettlng i k
. | t 11 taa
iu.v e whei i nvented
Bome of the Inmatt a l
The aecreJ of ll all Haa in the ten doors.
four on e i h Btdi ind taro al the i
through whlcl I
from the cana Into Ihe 1
iu i.,- ihe] awallot ? from
?o ireed thi
The elde doora ara ao blt
?.. that i or ell of tl*
? d at h tln
Easier for White Winga
.< , , ,,...;.
? . whlch ala
durtag the trai
load to th* d imptag grounda
\\ .-? t e d onpii?_? . ? i
,d is ilisrharged BUtOma ?' ? I] '
anlaan ? hli I I.
bla eaat, ? l and of
ih" ho.iy to a vertl n aa I
tha sntne time tbrowtng
renr de ?
in additlon to being bumai ?
rnt ma . t la a lift
of slx feel befora a an ? :
lift la only foui f< el au d a I
:n-n ?? of 'Ighti ? ?
la heavieal on tha wo hera In the pe t
tba atreet cleanara inve aufh
man:. tt.lr- gnd I ipl ITeB from the '
Itfta tbey had to make, l I
tfea i Bmlnatea thla
Another faature foi the prot
?aoi i.. ? if.tv ei'u. u. erhli i. ocki
the body of the earl wl en II
i to dtachai x- Ita load, i i thal I
ls no i hanoe of Ita falllni rt ol
iming onlj ?? mln \U and a half m
tbe tea ta of yeanerda) [napectoi
ln f hargt- nf t
lam could be ??? aurranged i to take only
a ihird of thia
Built by Convictf.
? The new cuit wau dea i I on
Inten who rrorked on tha bulldini .
I bulldini ol II avei bad an) experti
; a machlniat, bul tbe avei
wltb their problem thal the) worked al
I night In their eella on tha plana, evolvlng
Tio- earta artll i oal aboul * i ? ?
I man) llmea tba ooal of tbe preaent real
UommlMionei Kdwarda, however,
. r - ;.? i ecoromend tbi .i .oe
atrongly, aa ll la computed that tbt la
creaeed capaclt) ano econom) ol oi
i... . ?hould thi depau tm< nl ?
m .1 arlth tbem, a Ul effeel .. aving
of f:'.i'" a da) .;i the work, bt ridee doing
lt with greeter romforl to all eoncerned
GIRL WIFE SEEKS FREEDOM
Declares She Wai Marrictl Whon 16;
Had No Part in Cereraony.
Mi i leanw ita i>> Klauh i Ightet n reai -
, oi.i and lOOkini UkC a Bl hool glrl,
i i,.i ti.e am ulmenl ol I ei n u i tai ? to
i tbrabam DeKlade before Juatiea flarrat
aon In the Bupreme i tourt tn c_u. - ns ye -
c terday Beceuea of tbe m ? rtei) whli h
aaarroutadad the taa* tba luatice refuaad
I tO take Mction untll further i.-timou>
..ii. he produced. Mra DeKlade Uvea al
j N'o s_? Kelly avenue. Tln- Brona She ta
[a Hitei nf Mra Joeeph M. aVooda, wboaa
and is w- 11 know n ln Ihcati n al
ctrclee. DeKlade araa noi ropreeented m
? The giii teettfled Umi when ahe ??'
flfteen yeara oi<i and while lummering al
Fiaaamrfi Bay, n J., -ba met DeKlade
ta th,- park. Ait.-r aeveral meetlaig , on
I May _, IM. aheaceepced DeKlade. invita
', tlon tC take ;i walk and they went tO B
houae wheee aba aralted In tba parier
! untll DeKlade came oal al an ndjoiabtg
J room arlth a paper, which he gava her,
|ond arhlch ahe tore up without readtag
Ha camtenta Bhe teetlAed thal Ihe neal
!?lay MAble" notihed her that they had
Ibeea aaairled by a luatice of the peace,
and that the paper sIh- had tom up ua?
their paarrtage Beeaaae. Mra, DeKlade
testiiied thal she nevei llved with her
buabend atad his wbereebouta were noi
i meniionid in the teatlmony.
FARMER~ ASKED TO RETRACT.
As pieartdrni o. tbe Haw Toth Produca
tSxchange, John Aa) egren has aarittgn te
li B. I'ulleiton. | UoaiB Island laiin.i,
asking him to nir.ni certaln statement a
attrlbuted to him relatlng i" exorbltani
commlsalona nllaged t<> be made ?y mem
har* of tln exchange in handllng caull
flower and other vegetablea \ii \ -
pfgren s.ivs the articlee mentloned are
not deall in on the axebaagt
missioncr Kdwards smilcs ! i . <" s ti| |??? ovei to discharg
Archltect Would Scll Lower
Part nnd Buy Land Northward.
SEES BIG PROFIT ^OR CITY
MuximiliaTi Zipkos Sufrffests 36
Vilb Plots at $10,000,000
Eaofa Below 72d Street
I, : . thward
for tl .' ua adary
Hnea of tl ' ' ''""?
Of tl ls |
*e,i in The Ph u
? ' ? '
it is po out thal
I r narl of tl ? t ir* offera
., nd tbat It ta
_ H on avenue IMth
? anue aad Uatth atre<
Park ls arHhin this
x :. . eondemi atlon ralua ef ihe
men than tt-\e*g.0M)
ESventuall). of eo rapai ding
a o'dd probably leaax n lha
,.i ,,,,. ,,; ? ; i of the oew
.... . if the |
could then ba < i anged bo aa
? i the Harlem Rlver
? i, contlngendi ? Z ki i
ouM be e ioi .-..I Into an
ihing we ? dty to-day fi
?" a ''"st '",l
i BtadHim '"'?!'!
aequlred *.'r?-wn-i ln
. I make it an i '" ?
i,,, i,i .- v ? | i I mi rov< m b al
b|i b would bflng Ihe
In . onrie. l.on will. thH
i io IHS.0
..... ibai nd Btraal ho
,,.:1 n,e park la a bi I
ingad parlraad aheat MI feel
ni i. h would beooraa the natural
i ... Dttva Tbe real of
. i ,v( r_d atreet, dea ? Ie
. | .;,. ,,, ?., -hi,- of Mth Btr* i.
? !. cul Bp late thlriy-ai- vllla plots
. ?.. . mi ond Btraal from
?., .,i-. ii..1 Sixth BBd Seventh ave
. . north fTOBI Mth Mtre..t to 7M str-.-i
Them \iiia phv- eould he dtoaoaad of
fOf at lea.-t il'V'O <M"i ea. ll, Elld WOllld he
under tbe aopwalalan af the Parh Da*
P ,1 llie tlt.
The Bnandal returna to the dty jrouM
i,, .,. | , t ' 0 000.0 0, oul or whlcb about
li-.,.,?. would be spent as heretnbeforo
. v|, ,i, i,a\ ing ? i'' balaace of |ta>.<
, i,, I ? us. d for the Improvement
ol the park or for such other public pi.r
l, | roper authorltlee mlghl se
tad ' _
NIHILIST T0 BE DEP0RTED
! Edward Lagzbin, Noted Anar
chist, Must Leave U. S.
San iraaearco, Dee. Tv?flacegBlaad aa
an anarchlai of lateraatlenal botetiety,
Kdward i...-.?/.-in. a Inmehhacb, three feel
taii. win be denorted, on 'he atgragth <>f
Information reoelvad here to-day from
Lagabin arrlved a fertadghl aito from
Ihe Orteal PaOBUaa of his infirmlty he
was d. tataed as Ithab t" bacoma a de*
pendent. and .< raeord of i.ts case was
j m nt to n/aablngton it ?as found to
Itall) with a drcular furnlahed to the
ImmlgraUon ottl. ers at New Vork by thp
! Ri rt -? ??? a nra nl Lacabin araa am
Itenced t.? Blbetia aa a alhiU-l conoptrator,
! but ' acap4 d
TALENT FOR CLUBS.
A list of High claaa amgare and ac
companista will be found on tha Muai
cal page of thia iaaue.?Advt.
Small Boys Hanclicap Machinc
in Chase at Flushincj.
THIEVES BUSY IM VILLAGE
Winle Pursuit of One Robber Is
On Othcrs Oct Bootv in
obile la ' '
nly falr. how ror, to
i : I ? ? . ?
rhlch tbe 1
ae al irted at tl
homeetead, In i nue and Uncoln
? llarbourne Ma a i
nrho ?? ?
bouae, whlch la In ch
ca be ma
. o\ .a- Iu- lio K Mi. II.m -
:... followed the man untll ii- aa*
Lln ? o i
automobili ii- il ... mann
Th* th boya on bley?
that Mi. Mi .!? rn ... n v . DnaMa lo let
.?I ? ?? " i. bul he kepl ii| l
? t into i nlon tt
and then ? ? ? i
tha pun .i .
ilnd ihe ..id Quaker m<
i "?? i. ? ;?? .? and th< n
whei,. the auto . : noi folln \ .
' i.i tba Latbrop . ?
iiud btN ii -im ped ...
:;\i i -
\ hlle thia puranafl w
part of ti,,- vtilage thiev. i were buay in
anotl ? i -? tloi \\ io ii Baivator Rudo tao
of n., Itll Orand avenue, Brookl n, waa
arralgaed ln police .1.un ? vs.ti,
'"?I lh- h. ..-? ot V illi.im 11
flanme nt .\.. m Myrtk avenue
tly, T. Whltne) Poweh, ot
N" ::" Uni oln 111.... .A, ,lt t,.| , . ,
;i i.ild Menttfy the prlaont i ? ?
MM ol tba men who robbed bla I
aeveral waeha ago u h!i. he was g|
im. a again broke Into bla bo m b ?'
aa Mr. Whltney preflted b] bla prevloua
experlence and bad removed what araa
i*tt "f his ailvearware and raluablea to
? I a || :? ? ot uothlng lor th. ll trou
bie. Ti... bouae waa ranaacked from top
The bouaa of Lyman h Dtxon, an arch
Iteet in Utb atreet, ?.*- alao rlelted by
thlevea reaterdaty Mra Dtsea is away
from home. ai.d Mr. IU\on who had Just
retoraed from a trip to Washington, D.
(V. went to the biisniH nt to look Bftel
tbe furnara Hearing noiaea iti the ?..
! abOVe be started to InVOOtlfleta and v .,
ln time to ri.i> a man run out of the house
carrytng h bag Bllverwaura atid Jewelrj
were anioiiR the things n.i
Uudozzo, who is Bbarged with hnvlng
rohtied Mr. TVlmino's house was held for
BENEFIT FOR WAR SUFFERERS
Proceeds of Performance at Astor
Theatre to Go to Balkans.
Mme Blavko OlgUltch, wlfe of the Ser
vian eharge d'aftains at I.ondon, has an
Boauaeed thal Oebaa & llarrls have offered
the cntlre procerd* of " I law t hoi n>- Of the
r. & a.." ptaylng at tbe Aator Theatre,
t.u Monday eveiiing. DOCembOf I "*. to add
to tbe reiief fund for tbe Berviaa auffer
tn in the Halkan war. The fund is under
the petronaga of Prlneem Helen of Cbivla
Mme fJffOUltoh, who Is stacing at tba
Btratford Houae, No. il Baual ISd street.
is in cbatrga ef tha collectlon of the fuaad
m this eoutatry, and she laaaed aa appeal
V'Sterdnc ta Ihe publlc tO ald her i rals
itig the money in this "easv an.i pleaaanl
wh>" by attendtng* the beaaflt perfenn
cgah and ihocka amountlng to betwaea
? been ddlvering ardera
and > oili i ttn , all daj He waa re
turning to the factory 't about ?> o'elock
?? i.. en ? onfri nt
ra the bold-up i eoui .-"i the
i dark. ??i frelgl t
n i tall bulldrnga,
? i ar- ar.- loodad.
? ' ? -?? and the
two wlth revolverg In their I
I ??-.'. red Botten
atdn to keep .|uo t. threatenlag to hiow
I tne Of the men then
? d the other
held a revolver to bla fprahead Fladtag
? h tl.. ,...kt-. tbe rohbers de
l thal Botteneteu tell a h- re he
's r.... iptB Paralyaed
atrucb btan over rhe
butl of ni- _'.n aad tio n
i ? .t the
ai t . ?: whlcl Both b?
The thlrd haiuht W| - holdlng thej
i ? man n the i Ig hiu'.
:.? -. they waraed Botten
? outen Th< i. tha two
crted, "AII right!" to the man holdlii
the i dlaai paared
.. i the thlrd man led the
ar of North Ith atreet
, ? Mtng
i (orehead, the rob
? I him that he must rema'.n
: bla twe eoua
it in the bottom of the
? i .'.iriv ten mlnutea
before ic waa able to call tor bdp. His
a atebman. who
hl. w hh ar hia tl< Patrolman Doyle, of
the Bedford aVeOUB -tat|..n, iesponde.1,
I nd tiie man's atory, 1m
cdlately Informed the atatlon Act
ior of the Detective
m, v.ith a half .t doaen detectivea,
the aeene In a few mlnutes, but
: tbe men ?m found.
11 om the deacriptlon of hl- i tallanta
glven by Bottenateln, who la twenty-two
old, and llvea at No 1674 Webeter
avenue, the poliee ar,- Inclined to bellev.
tti4 aa me men who thr <? weeks
held up the paymaater of a manu
: t... iin 'Ing concern tn the Gratech Ruild
.11 South 4tn stroet, and robbed him
LAKEWOOD HOTEL IS SOLD
Well Known Hostlery Fetches $80,0001
at Anction Sale.
n i alagrapk l aaa i '
Lakowood, N J. Dee 7 The Lakewaodi
Hotel waa ^>'hl t<.-da\ al anction hy
Joseph P. I '.iv. The purchaaera were l I
n.iip.it of No. 1.17 West 25th atreet, and
i ficherr, of No. 47 P/eel Uath atreet
.\.-w rorh The sale op.'iic.l with an'
off.-r of (_6.O0O, and after ala aubaequant
blda was s,.hi ui MO.000 Much aurprtae
ia ahown at^the cloalna pdee
ih. hotel waa one of the finest and
b< -t equipped oi the northern winter re
aorl hotel-. ii waa the property of the
l.akewocd I-ind Company. Nathan Btraua
waa ii..- largMl ahareholdei vn effort
waa made iwo yeara ago to convert it
Into a l oata preventorium.
Three Armed Robbers Hold Up
Collector and Beat Him.
GET CASH AND CHECKS
Stop Horse in Lonely Williams?
burg Road?Second Big Job
of Gang in Three Weeks.
Three lugliw.tymrn. each armed with a
revolver. held up and robbed Samuel Hot
tenateba, a eeilectoi for tho ctgaretta unn
of ?, Monday fl BOO, of Willi.tm.-burg.
last Dlghl While bB was drivlng along
Kent avenue The bandits got |I50 In ,
AVERTS TQNG OUTBREAK
Customs Officers Find Arsenal,
Following Murder Conviction
of Chinese Gunman.
HIP SINGS WELL PREPARED
Feared Vengeance of Rivals, the
On Leongs, Because of Ver
dict?Drug Seized and
Following the conviction yesterday of
.lung Hing. nn On Leong tong gunman.
of murder In the flrst degree bafbra
Judge Mulqueon, in General Sescions. an?
other outbreal: in the feud long c-xlstins*
betweea the On I.congs and their rlvals,
the Hip Slng tongs, wa.? averte J by B -
ddetrt when federal offlcers from the
( ustom House brVadcd a hou?e at No 13
1'ell street and found a half dozen Htp
H'ngs gathered thrre. Seven .44 'allbro
revolvers and a rltle with a sawed-off
barrel, all fully loaded. were found betatnd
a door of the room.
The mea from the Custom Houae, under
tl.e leadership of Deputy Surveyor Nor
wood, had entered the prctnlses at No. 11
F'ell street in a BOaiCh for smugglfd
opium. They found aome of the drug. and
took Ong Fong. said to be the BBBrotaUT
of the llip Slngp, Into eustody, c.iarged
with receivtea smuggled good-. It wa?
BftOT this, In maklng a further sear< h of
the ptace, that the federal offlcers dls
OOVerad the small arsenal behlnd a door.
Although none of tho men besides Ong1
Fong araa arrested, the police took chargn
oi' tlie gunware and turned the guntoters'
out into the street.
It is the bellef of Captaln Tierney. oti
the KHzabeth street etatlon. that the1
EUp Hlti-re. 8ntbipattng rouble wtth the'
On Leongs over the conviction of Jung
Hlng, had armed themselvea ln prepara-'
tion for a battle with their deady rtvale.
Jt ls helleved the visit of the etistomaa
men was all that averted a bloody set-to
tLmong the Chlnese "gunmen."
Had Sought Ong Fong in Vain.
Deputy Xorwoo<l and hls men have been
looklng for Ong Fong for several weeJtB.
They had heard that he had hls agents on
vaurtoua steamshlp ttaaaa, who have been
smuggllng opium and clgars into thia
country, hut they could never comer the
wily fhlnaman untll ye,eterdav.
When Norwood and his men mounteiL
ti?. rickety stairs leading to the tlny
clgar store of Ong F'ong, the bland pro
prletor was ready to recetve hls visitors.
He had evidently eeen them approachln?
from Pall street through one of the r, ir
row lookoute cut ln the wal's of his *-h?.p
for Jaat such purposes.
The proprletor and a half dozen evil
looking gunmen of the flip Sinas <?
aittlng Idly about ln the etuffy room
Fong knew the customs men aad i
brought them there. He rOOB BrOBB
Beat and bo%ved low. a BBBtle ;-'
hls fa'-e. The federal or': ? ??! ln
to make a ?earch of the plgCB
I ., k I'ong and hls ountrymer; Btoa
wlih looks of pained BUrpriM on I
fa.vs, aH though tbey did noi ?<-.? a
reesop for auch rude conduet.
No opl'im could be seen. and Ifotra
was h.itiled for a monn Bt Ti.
a aanott aaba la one
He ordered Ong Fong to open ll
Chlnaman aiade rapnt moi
hands indicating that be did ?
what Norwood was s.
vJurve\or then sent one of bla men out
to Bad a profaaaional safe man In a
toW mlnutes an exp.ut l _??>
thelnspector ind atarted to di U
Considerable Opium Found.
when the door waa takee -
luner compartmer.t openad MI
in packagea. ong Fong Inetoud
it h., and that he knew not bc
came there, but Norwood turnr.l 8UJD0MT
to Detectlve Maurpby, al InepeCtor nai> ?
Mi,ff. who bad foUoared tba eaatoau i i
Lnto the plae* Ibe cmiaamaa waa laebed
up in the BHaabatb street atation.
v more tborougb search of the clgar
Mom then revaaied the araaaaaa. af tbe
^volvera and r.th. It was evldent that
tho Cblneaa gunmen. balafl ararned ef tbe
tppreaah ol Norwood nad blaman, haa
haatuy thrarara thalf arnapcae behind th*
<l0.?u?tf Hlng, a gunman of the On Leong
Tong ama found gullty af murder m tba
flrat degree yesterday before.Judge. Mul
anoon la General Sc-sion* after fte JutT
!?d been out for mneteen houra. Ba IB
the flrst of his race. accordlng to the
roeorda at the Diatrlct Attorney s otT.ce.
to be convUU-d ot murder in the gflat de
?ree Blaca rhinuto-n was -foaaded W
S , chlnaman was convlcted of murder
ta lh_ .econd dcSr.e. but that wa,.,,
Brooklyn detectives WBte *?*"
ntabt inaaaa-gatlae Ibe case of a < w?.a
?n f?und dead la a etoaat la aa aaoe*
'cupled house at No. IM Mo.uoe street. B*
joinlng the BedfCrd bra.ich of the Teuag
Men'a Chrlstian Association. An am-JU
laace eurgeea said tbe man had ? >
dead three days. and the police had B*
KttB that he was a victim af B I
,v?.l. No marks of vlolcnce showed oo
tiu- body la a cursory examuiation.
a bottle of roaoh poleon waa near taa
n,A,i but th- poine did not believe I
h had c n.mit.ed sulcide. l?c -
Man-Una ?'"k ?*? tor" '4lM^,^1", '
?*"""'? ... ?ie,,Krap'is to Chlnal
;;;?,:'iaM^.'ght ii ?.!?..? aa >:,.,
Found just the room I wtnted through tlie
Room ind Hoard RcgistCf you so kindly
was the pi-t of the letter received ITOHI OM
of the gpplicantg for the Ttibune'g Frtg
Free. upon request. at over two hundred
stationery stores in Manhattan and Brook>
hn .md .>_'() Tribune Building.
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