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SiPP, GRAFT WIM,
ARRESTED IN JERSI
Police Make Serious Char
Against Their Accuser So
He May Be Extradited.
HOPE TO WEAKEN STOF
Department Denies Vigorous
Harry H. Schlacht*s Talc o
Assault After Arranging to
Give Evidence of Graft.
Georgt A S:pp. the Hirlem hot
keeper who ?agon ..n the stand of 1
Corras tldornitnlu committee that be n
paid $100 protection every month for m?.
than five years to the pobre, wat i
rested latt night in Atlantic City, accor
ing to fji announcement made at Poli
Headquarters here last night.
Bins after plvint? sensational testimo
hef?ne the aldermen, __roppod " it of sigl
He was at Police Hoadag-ssItOft a fi
days thereafter, and though question
by ilie police was not n Bad to s-.bsc.rl
to an affidavit, nor was he subpeenaed.
ftw days later, when Commissioner Wal
suddenly bc<ame active In the ense
Patrolman Fox. who was the man nam<
l'y Hipp ?s "Colic: tur," t':e pCsset we
unable to find Kipp to BirhptrnO lm
Wnldo's activity was put doMn to :? detl
to "b??at Whitman to the case, ' and tl
kxrist of Fox by Waldo's attlef found tl
case in a situation m which it area In
possUble to proceed bei ause of the poli?
hasgRajea e ?rith r, card to Sipp.
< kg Monday last Sipp WM ?r-cated I
?Newark, bat aft??c a conference with D<
tectlve Conway he refused to come bao
into tblB state, where he could be serve
with n subpicna. Conw?.y had no aOMU
departed, however, than Sipp calmly cam
??ver to New York and travelled th? lengt
?f Manhattan Island from the Cortlanc
ttreet tunnel station to Ms borne, No, I
Wttt l_.ith atrecT, without beim? ?*e**n h
>ny of the Commissunei's ten thousan
Ther?after it was r*ported that the pc
lice, stung into activity by 8Ipp's oatua
trip through town, were busy collextin?
affidavits on which to base a serlou
Ihargo against him. Ii was said that th
?harge would he an extraditable on?
?tid that if Sipp were located again, m
?natter in what slate, be would be brough
*>ack to NtW York.
From the statement given out at Po
lice Headquarters last night that a de
|OlU?0 with a warrant had been sent t<
Atlantic rity to get Sipp. after he bac
been arrested by the police of that city
It is believed that an ??Tort will be mu.li
thoroughly to discredit Sipp by the pro.-.'
cution of the serious charges mad?
against him. In that way his evldenc?
aiminst Fat Bright b*- weakened, ar.d al?
though it is not bettered that the polic
would go to such lengths to protect Fox,
a patrolman, it is well understood In th?
department that Sipp's evidence apainsl
Fox. if gtvea before a grand Jury, Mould
point accusingly to a police captain and
Schlacht*? Story Stirs Police.
Harry H Bthl.u-ht's Btory of being as
faulted just after he had arranged t?
ajtva eviu? ?. oi pottce graft to the, Cur?
ran aldermanlc committe.;. st?ned uj
more activity In the Police Department
yesterday thin has oeen displayed, sine*
the Rosenthal murder, against police wht
hav^ been accused ot grafting
At the end ?if the day the pellet recordi
Bhowed half a dozen dlffer.-iit reports, all
agreeing that the young Fast Klder had
been wofully wrong In attributing graft
to the police in connection with the push?
cart pedlers of the Fast Bide, and cruelly
mistaken, if not dtllBasTataly false, ta
aaset suggesting that h*. had been assault
t-A hecaiip" be was about to testify as to
Mcaaiwhlle l?r. A. Rosenberg, of No. CiXi
Fast tlth stre*-'. who was n*it even ac?
quainted with Schlacht was cii'led In, and
in the BBrUataMO <>t the newspaper men
?nade a < a.rcful * xaniii.auon "t the victim
of the assault, aft. r whloh he summed up
gchlacbt's Injuries- as follow*:
Laceration and contus-lon of the scalp,
evidences of a mild concussion of the
brain, add a highly ncrvou?-- condition
generally, tnduced bj the injurie?.
Against that iWfgmrtlt Um police rec?
ords of the day include the following.
centaine*] In a "memorandum to
Police OmmlsKloner." signed by (?i
s. Desjsjhertjr. s. e?.n?i Deputy Police i
Schlacht is unable to ehow on what
of the body he was aaeaulted. There
evi.'.cni.. ?.,, ahO? that he wan aseoul
Dtetrlet Attorney Whitman Beat D
; Uves "Al" Tliomas and 'Harrty" 1
I over to sec young Schlacht, and. altb
I then* report was ?iot made public,
Whllni.in -ai?l after lM r*c. iv?-d It
be was BttSMiwnal skeptical as
Bchlaeht'a atory. The Diatrlct Attoi
bowerer, planned to summon Schi
and every ??na else who could throw
light on the matter bSfSCS the grand
i to-morrow, on the ground that the St
if true is a aerteUS outcropping of
same law-del ying principle which t
t).e H? sent liai murder of such imp'
the intiii!i<iiiiiun by the pottos of wltM
"sjsfn?t the pollee,
<\sMa frota the minor police rrpi
which arete one la the attempt to
credit Schlacht, the report of Dei
Commissioner Dougherty to Mi. V?*?
given out iron th<? Pottos CbraraJasdoti
office, remained as the Baal DOttoe si
ment on the case, it read aa follows
.Miauorandum to the Police ? ?muni. SlOl
Blr; R??fenrlni to the report <?f Ha
11. Bchlacht that at .'.:4;. p. m., ?.n Ja
avy I, h? was assault? ?1 and robbed
No 1 Av.nui- B, 1 have the h?n??r to
pott that fron a thorough investirai
made by detectives of the Union afar
ataUon no evidence was aecured t" v??
I the truthfulness of this report ?Bohle
! contends that he was Knocked uric
1 scious when assaulted, that a han?iK
cliief was lied owr his mouth und the
? blanket WBa drawn over his head. Hr
I unable to show on what part <>f the i.?
he. was assaulted. There is no tVldci
to show that he was assaulted.
H? refused rsjedlcsJ attendance, stal
! that he did net want any notoriety, i
: our Investigation, shows that ho bad ???>
I municate?! with the newapapers about i
m ne tine the pollos were notified of (
1 alleged crime. He reported the loss
two memorandum books winch be was
testify from before the aJdernanlc
mitt?-?: yesterdav afternoon. Respectful
OBOROE B. DOUGHERTY.
Second Deputy Police Commlss.?;.? t
In spite of police attempts to fflsetei
his Story, Schlacht will have opportuni
to prove his contentions before the "<I0
Doe" grand Jury when that body, ?p
OtasaStty empowered to investigate crlr
and police relations with It. meets aaa
Willing to Face Grand Jury.
Sciilacht said last night be would 1
glad of the chance to tell his story
District Attorney Whitman and the g-rei
Jury. He explained that six or seven ?1
tectlvea called on him yesterday, ton
pretending to be doctors who wanted
make an examination of his scalp. I
view of this he OOUM not unilTstand, 1
said, how the report was t'trned m t
Dougherty saying that he was enable I
show upon what part of the body be ha
been assaulted. Those who know th
young man sai?i that the right side t
B s head was badly BWOtt. n yeSterda)
and that he 01 rtali.ly bore evidences c
having been recently assaulted.
The books o? the pedlers' associatif
which Schiacht said had been mutilate
boro out that part of hla story upon ev
?.minatlon yesterday. Several of them ha
besa apparently wantonly torn, thougl
DOt in a way to make their contents BO
readable, and th" cash book, which h
said contained t?.? notations of graft pay
t.'.ents under the guise of "sick benefits,'
had the pages from No. 1 to 21 torn eon
pletely out. The minute book aras ll
Yiddish, jind two other books. Which h*
nald wotild also throw light on hla atory
were taken by his assailant. The mut!
lated book? still in his possession mill b<
hande<l to the District Attorney.
SIPP WILLING TO RETURN
Waives Extradition, but Atlantic
City Police Won't Let Him Go.
I My ivi*sriti>h K> The Tribun?!. J
Atlantic titv, N. J., .Ian. 4.?George A.
Sipp. wanted as a witness in the Ni U
York police graft Intent iSelllMl. who lad
from that city last Thursday becau-i, of
his expressed fear that the polk? were
fixing a "frame-up" for him, was ar
rested h?re to-night upon information fur
laht-d by Seeornl Deputy Pollen Connais
sloner l)ougherty of New York.
Notification of Blpp'a arr?-st hus been
wired to New York by Chi"! of Police
Woodruff, who added that he will give up
tho prisoner only upon presentation of
extradition papers, although Slpp has sig?
nified bis willingness to return Without
Slpp came here on Thursday, leidsterlns;
In the Motel Wiltshire as "il A. Mc
Nulty." With him was his son, who r?*g
latered a-s "J. K. Howard." Detective
(k-orsje Herbert went to the Wiltshire to?
night and from the description sent from
New York wan able to Identify Slpp..
When take?i before Chief Woodruff Hipp
?bi'iarid that he was ready t<? return to
New York at once.
ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALES. ? ART EXHIBITIONS AND SALES
American Art Galleries
Madison Square South, New York
On Free View 9 A. M. until 6 P. M.
The Hayashi Collection
Pastels, Aquarelles, Drawings and Etchings,
By noted Artists of the French
Impressionist and Contemporary Schools
Degas (11) Boudin (2) Blache (13)
Monet (2) Vidal (3) Guillaumin (14)
Pissaro (6) Casgatt (3) Raffa?lli
Renoir (3) Collin (5) Zandomeneghi (5)
and other prominent Artist?.
To be Sold at Unrestricted Public Salt
Wednesday Evening next, Jan. 8th, at 8:15
At the American Art Galleries
concluding in the
Grand Ball Room of the Plaza
Thursday Evening next, Jan. 9th, at 8:15
(Admission to the Piara by card to he hag free of the msnatrn,)
V A I \T * MK.1 F. DR l-I'X K printed on Japan paper and In Janane??
Hindi u_- illustr?t lug every picture will he mailed postpaid on rerelpt of Flv?
Tlie Hale will be conducted by Mr. THOMAS B. KIRBV of the
AMERICAN ART ASSOCIATION, Managers,
4 and 0 Kaat ?3d Street, Madison Hquare South. New York.
Filil? 10 W ?ES
! LED 10 Ee TRAGEDY
Mrs. Murdock Reveals Sordid
Story at Inquest in
DEAD MAN PLANNED DEAL
?Her Husband and Mrs. Edey
Were to Get Divorces in Texas
?Scheme Failed, Then He
Sued for $100,000.
I H> Telesrarh tr> The Tribune 1
Patchogue, Long island, .Inn. 1??In the
village lin.ll at Bellport this aftei n<>m
Coroner B. B, Moore held an inquest lntr?
the death of Mr. and Mr.?. H?-nrv <".
KMry at their home in Heliport la"t
Thursday morning. The events lead!:?*
up to th* douMe tragedy, in whir h Met
k!U?>d his v.-|fe and then Bhtt himsc'f.
w??re hared in all th?-lr sombre details hv
>Tr*j. Oogsflaar Murdock, ortfe of the vil?
Three witnesses were examined hy the
Coroner. The first. .lam-s Mii'arthy. a
''?'"liman, tlsstlflOil thai Edey gave him
orders to have n horse ai:<l carriage at
his horns on Tiltil Balai' morning--the dav
of the tragedy. The ni?.?ond witness was
r>r. I.. C, Baldwin, who told of being
'ailed to th'- attltjr home end of llBsfllnC
Mr Hiid Mil. Pdey ?lead
When Mrs. Nellie Murdoi-k. wife of
Cardner Mnrdoi?k, took the witness stand
there, was rianlnc of necks on the part of
the villagers who thronged the little
courtroom. Mr?. Murdock did not appear
to mind the Mar?-?; and half audible com?
ments of her village neighbor?. She read?
ily answer?'?] the question? put ?o h"?r
She told of how Kdey had arranged that
Oardner Murdock and he should ex?
change wives, and how, because Edey
*itel "not fulfil hia promises,'" the care?
fully hatched scheme fni|e<J_
Scheme to Trade Wives Failed.
She seerneil to consider It a perfectly
natural thing, under the i-iri-uti.stances,
that her husband sho'ild Institute a ?-'?it
f>r- alienation of iiffe.-tions against Bdl V
The amount to b. aued fee QaMJH$) \>.i
to be divided Into t!ir?e equal part?. Bit
testified o:i.>.th:r.i to 1.*:. on?-thlrU to
her hUtband und the OttCT third t*i tht
laarjrera, Th?- papera 1ir?i been ttioeal on
Bdey aaly ? fear dava tsefore the ?tarsier
and suii id-- Mrs- Murdoch started out
glibly with her hid" of tin BOrdM B< ***.
'I went away trota BellpOfl In G
her." she fuM "I gave Bt*l " Bflf h- baud
only twic.? sime. One? i treat t" rtatl
him In New Haven, and tat aihti t. ?
Platen Island, when- he rat 1
our relatleno on that ?n casion were Beert -
!>? tilos?- of fii-nds. I don't lOVe my 1
band any tatet BJOt ta I Ittd It
were Just friends."
Mrs. Murdm k s_,d ght gad tOf k-ts?
w'-re together on ?slat?;! Island at UM
time the papers m the .-.nit Brett BOTVed
on B?-tV. "li?- ur.'i I wer*? on ,?
iTinf,'' she said, "and I thought my hua
hand ?laeervod te be paid foe Um i"aa or
my affections Ht] brtkt up our home.
Be made plans he did BS t Ijlti!. 11- asgt
me to leave my home last .July "
Saya Edey Broke Up Home.
At th?; suggestion nf Assistant 1 *,atri<-t
Attorney Youiiy. Mrs Bdev*0 ttrelv? | I
? ?id bob, ?rae area Mittag near the arlt*
iiess. was tak? n from the rtoat at tins
point. Mrs. Murdock, l.er face ?lightly
flushed, then went tat
"Bdey got lue to leave ri,y home ai i !..
pot his own wife tO K<> U) Texas with
my buthaua_L i aaao to marry Mr,
a? soon art mv husband and Mis. |
got their ilivur '-.. Ir '1'i-x.is. arid n.. but
band va' to i:..ury Mm. Cdey Ml I
8h? ?.aid she Bjava nor consent to thee?
plans, knowing ner buaband was to marry
another wornati. At first she said sh>
didn't know of any Improper relatlont i"
tuatn her huabaiui and Mr- Kdi y, b it
the next moment ?h<- netitated ami ?aid
she "hud her doubtfl atiowt H "
Mrs. Muido, k said h*-r husband had sug?
gested bringing suit against i:?!* >. an
shi' agreed with blm They 'bougl t l ie
< s.??e would be settled out of eOUTt, sli"
After Mrs. Mvirdc 1. had rtnlahed her
tenttmony. Coroner Moore adjourned l ??
ln*i ?est without appointing ? date f"r the
next h?'arlnr. saving he had not pel de?
cided whether to summon Gardner Mu?
do? k ta h erltaeet, and ?ranted ta look
ever the tettlmtny before getting a pa I
MAY JOIN CAR STRIKERS
Other Westchester Employes
Ready to Quit, Yonkers Men Say.
With the trolley cars ?till ?funding In
the barns, Yonkers people bucked tle'r
way against the ?tiff wind that sw*-,it
through the ?tr?ete of the tcrraued cltv
yesterday end ?wore under their breath
because nothing; had occurred to break
the strike of the motormen and con?
ductor?. There was no chBnge In the,
situation at all. The strikers would not
give In; neither would President Whll
rldge. The Chamber of Commerce tul
in vain to solve the difficulty by suggea?
ing that the employe? go lack to work
pending possible arbitration, but tht
uniformed men said; "No; you bring
about arbitration first."
Mayor James T. I,ennon sent a letter
to Mr. Whltrldge statins; that Yonkers
was getting worried over the situation
and recommending an arbitration com?
mittee of three, on? to be selected by
the strikers, one by President Whltrldue
and the other to bo mutually agreed
upon, or. In case thla proved Irnpossltit.?.
to be appointed by the Mayor hlm?<lf.
This letter wat written before the strik?
ers met and asked the Mayor to act an
It now seems thnt there will he no
?solution before to-morrow night, even it
a successful one la offered at that time.
Members of the State Roard of Arbi?
tration and Mediation are still persevering
in their work to bring about a settlement,
hut the sentiment among the striker? ap?
pear? to be that they consider they have
the upper hand and have no deHlre to
loosen their clutch. Employe* of the
We?tche?ter Electric Railway, which feeds
Mount Vernon and New Rochelle, are re?
ported to be on the verge of going out on
a sympathetic strike.
Waldorf Had Substitutes Ready
to Serve Taft Dinner.
Anticipating efforts made by the Inter?
national Hotel Workers' T'nlon to cripple
the dining room service at the Republican
dinner for President Tsft last night, the
management of the Waldorf spiked any
guns the waiters might have brought Into
action by having a host of substitutes
ready on upper floors of the house.
Plehetl for the union hung about the
hotel, but Plnkerton detectives stmiiwi
alone on the sidewalk also, and nothing
RYAN'S EQUITABLE TALE
TO BE TOLD TO PR08ERS
Financier Will Give Pujo Com?
mittee His Version of Sale
of Stock to Morgan.
INQUIRY TO END JANUARY 20
Government Control of Stock
Exchange and Clearing House
Operations May Be Recom?
mended to Congress.
[ From Th* Tribune TUir?an ]
Washington, .Ian. I?Tin? PttJO com?
mittee Inveetisjatlng the "seeney trust"
will sum mon Thomas K. Ryan to give his
VeeStoO of th.- sale of the Kqultable Ufa
? Assurance Soi ii-t y's stock. Mr Ryan
probably will be called n< xt week.
The committee decided tentatively to?
day to end the Inquiry on Janua y ?0.
l.ong?T scsblons will be held when the In
eentlgatlou hi resumed next week. The
comnlttee win report to the Houi ? eerty
in February, and It Im expect"?! to n c ?m
1 mend drastlfl l?gislation to curb the al
Illeged "money trust" power. The reeoas?
mendatkms prohably win toetods govern?
ment ??Hitrol an?l Buporelaloa ?if itoeh
lenehangea ami cleering house operations.
I J. P. Morgan has teatlfled that h??
i aranted the ?Bejultable stock, and that.
though sir. Ryan had demurred, he
Hi ally Obtained It. The committee now
desires t?? hare the risers ot Mr. Ryan
r??.ai.ling the transfer <>f the etoek. Bs
win also he ashed 11 f? u whet be hnosrs
about the "money trust."
Msasbers of the investigating committee
?aid t?i day that when the bearings aro
rseuned Monday afternoon the trans?
actions of other fiscal agajsajaa wielding
less Bnanctal power than that aaatehieil
i by the ho IBS of Morgan v.lll recetes at
I tentlen Mors Wen York baahers win bo
[examined regarding the Boating of bit*
loans by financial Instttutlans of tiiat
Lawrence O. Murray, Controller ol 'be
Currency, is scheduled to testify befor?
ttic oonmlttee Monday afternoon. Aa th?
Presidenl and the Attorn?:. General nave
hei?i tiiat Mi. Murraj oanuot, tro dor the
law, use his office t.. obtain nformatlon
for the committee regarding the affairs
of aattonal baahs, n is not knewa ju.-.t
arhal the Inquisitors expect to prore by
the ? fentroU? r. It ti
.i-k' i .' (?? tl ?? re?a al of Pn i ?: at Tatt
t" ordei ? ? rlam An! i ?:i i ? ? ??' the
ed a '?'?? dll , M ..- u
i !.. i toa ? Ci mmtl u ?
The fi?? f?emmlttes phi na to worn
sert] and Iah ?.mplete its Inquiry tuta
m .h? gnd to pn repart beton
the .. mi.
Leslie M Bhaw, ? flar/retar^ al Ihe
rreaaury; A I * n ii?pburn. pn ? h ?.
at tax Chase Natlonevl Bans of rfei Forhj
Paul m '?? i ans rr bai i.? i. and
. Id : M raneta, a I ? ? I writ? bars
been auaun aed ... the Ural n liasses r ?
f r? the ??la'-s peennlttea i sub munit?
tea af the House Baahtag m.d Currency
? lemmltu ? . \* !.. ? it begins l.< arii gs Tt ? ?
ta sa ? ?'?'? Um Aldn ?
; : ' Id en Tu?
\S ? '!?.' B>| I . '? : A
;YALE STUDENTS STEAL
CAR FOR A -JOY RIDE"
Members of Prominent Families
Give Bridgeport Police 25
Mile Chase in Storm.
[B) TestSPJOsSj ;., " . r ?r , ,,?,. ?
Bridgeport. Conn.. Jan i Three Tala
BtUdenta, members Of iirominrnt famllios,
who ?ame bore last night to enjoy tinm
aarrss, finish? <i the srenlng by running
off with an autoBaoMIs and enjoying s
|tweaty*Bve nUe mi? aerees Palrneld
County la the r.tKlrii; BtOrn an?l dodging
bullets llred al than by a sonad <>f police
In a swift ?,?i
? ivert.ik-n at Beath K?orwnlh, arhere
their i . H Ig? ?.is 1 locke?! 1 y the Police,
the atudenta pul up a fight, bul were
Idued. The] gare the sean of Cyril Ural?
I tor BIgelow, Junior elaei man, >>< Brook?
lit.?-. Mass.: alias Howard AJofata, <?i
Norwich, ?'??nii, an i Verd?n < >. Welch, ?f
(?hio. Bigekrw admitted thai hs eras a
relative ?if Poultney BIgelow, the author.
He was asked if in wan the bob of Henry
BIgelow, the Boston traction ausmale.
but bs refus? ?' (?? as) ?
Edward Brown? who dosa an automo?
bile livery bualnoss. etent into s anuas to
cou?.? t a fare, and bearing a hura toot
he lookeil towai?! th?- street, to See his car
<i..-.ipp<-arlng. He ran after the car, I aw
tt turn Into the !'?' ?ton Post Hoail and lel
sph?n?d the BndK'port police. Word wan
Bent by telephone to the pollcw of all
the dttea between Brtd?gepeei und New
York, und I'atroiman Beonedettl, Barton.
Cougnlln and I >ooley put after the thlovoa
in ? fast automobile
Welch, who drove the stolen car, waa
a daring diner, end although the police
asm .?-???%? ml shots after ihe car hs re
fusad to slow down. At NoTWOih a OOT?
don of poMce srlth drawa revolvers w??r?i
rtnmg in front of the car, but Welch tried
to drive through them and collul? d with a
In the eity court thin morning they
arare rstoaesd under MM tiondn each.
The hearings upon the ?harge of theft
were postponed until .lanuury 7.
ELLISON TO 'INVESTIGATE
Named by Sulzer to Conduct
fPy T>le*;rn|ih in The Tribune.)
Albany, .Ian. 4 Governor H ilzer to-day
sent a lett.r to William H. Kllbum, of New
York, announcing that he had d?'sig
aated him as special commissioner |Q
conduct an Investigation In'o "every
phass of the subject of fire Inaurance."
Mr Klllson had called the Governor's
att< niton to evils which he believed r.
suited from the present form of the
standard fire Insurance policy ami glBO to
the pru? tice of over-insurance, em enrag?
ing arson by ganga of criminal?. H?
recommen?!?'?! an Inquiry ami agreed to
serve without eompenaatlon It the (Jov
ernor gave lilni the proper power.
"I desire to commend your action,"
wrote the Governor. "In thus serving
th?; community na a most welcome illus?
tration of the public spirit of our citizens.
1 ?hall be glad to ncelv? your report at
aa early a data as you llml practicable. "
On the report of Mr. EMlson (lovernor
Sulzer will baae recommendations of re?
medial amendments to the Insurance law,
particularly those sections providing the
standar?! lire insurance policy.
Mr. Klllson will begin hearings at No.
lf? Ilroadway, New York, on Tu.??lay.
He said that althous.li all of the fire !n
Mirnnc,?' statutes would he reviewed,
sepechU rlforts would he directed toward
securing a simple, clear contract delln
lnK the rlghta of the pollcyholders. He
adged that he w?)iild work In co-operation
with the .state Insurance Department.
DOWN WITH SHIP
Continued tfom first paae.
wore standing on the bridge when the
collision o?-curred. There wan BO op?
portunity to give an alarm to those
btlOW. Captain GHltstal mad*1 a des?
perate effort to reach his wife, and
when last seen was swimming aft of
tlii? sinking ship.
No Chance to Launch Boat.
"I don't know how I escaped," ?aid
Chief Officer Hunt. "After- tlvi ship
went down I found myself dangling In
the rigging, and there I stayed. Not
i lifelnat was to be had, so quickly
did th<- l.iifkcnbach go down. I never
tufftrad such torture? in my life as
I did those six hour? I clung there. My
clothes were torn to shreds by the high
winds, and the scan beat me almost
into ins, risibility. Too much cannot be
I ?aid in praise of the daring bravery
displayed by the officers and crew of
the Pennsylvania who rescued ua."
In Deep Water.
The Liuckenbach now lies in about
fifty-two feet of water.
The Indrakaula, which rammed the
Luckenbach, Is a British tramp of 3,600
net tons, from New York to Baltimore.
She backed ofT after the collision, and
the second mate of the Luckenbach de?
clared her master refused assistance to
the sinking ship.
The Luckenbach, one of many ships
of the Luckenbach Line, was of 1,007
net ton?, and was built in Rotterdam
in 1882. She last arrived at Port
Tampa from Baltimore on December
38 and soon sailed north again
Survivors of the Luckenbach's crew
| Include F. R. Hunt, Baltimore, chief
j officer; William Brunn. New York, sec?
ond officer; CJeorgc Little, New York,
first assistant engineer; George Doyle,
Philadelphia, third assistant engineer;
Frank Botllk, carpenter, and one fire?
man and two sailors.
Baltimore. Jan. 4.?The crew of the
Julia Luckenbach was ??omposed chiefly
of foreigners, who were signed on her?ot?
December 12, Just prior to the sailing ??
the steamer for Port Tampa.
The steamer was loaded with pho?phaV
rock for Baltimore fertilizer concern?.
EDITOR TAKES A BRIDE
John O'H. Cosgrave Marriei
Mrs. Jessica Finch.
I By Telegraph to The Tribune 1
Greenwich. Conn., Jan. 4.? John Olfar?
Cosgrave, editor of the Sunday magazlri?
of "The New York World." and Mrs
Jessica Garretson Finch, head of t'i?
Finch School for Young ladles, ?n ?J
York <*lty, w?re married this afterrjo'-n
at 3 o'clock at Mrs. Frank Morgan Pre?,
man Haker-Blank's home, at Bell? Hav?.?
whlch Mrs. Finch had based for the sj~i?l
ter months, for the purpose of sp?rn_ba|
her week-t-nds here.
Norman Tnlcott, a Justice of the pi^,.,,
whose term of office expired to-day, mar
rled them, he and his wife being the aja.
nesses. Announcements of tin marriag,
were sent out to-day to tin n.imeroi,
friends of the bride and bridegroom. J|.s.
tice Talcott refused to-night to discus?
the marriage, and would not admit ?1
first that he had officiated. Mr. and M?j.
Cosgrave left town Immediately.
lA^nmit G^n?to?te ce Co.
Annual Sale o? High Grade
Women's and Misses' Fur Coats
Muffs and Neckpieces
At One-Third Off and
One-Half the Regular Prices
Comprising our entire unusually large surplus stock of over 350 Coats and 303
Muffs and Neckpieces; all of this season's latest styles and most fashionable
fine grade furs, including a number of choice imported models, in part as follows:
iOueed to 125.00, 145.00, 165.00, 185.00
200.00, 235.00, 300.00, 350.00
HUDSON SEAL COATS
Regular prices $225.00 fo $325.00.
HUDSON SEAL COATS
Regular prices $375.00 to $500.00 Reduced to
?CARACUL COATS Regular prices $95.00 to $125.00 Reduced to 58.00 and 72.00
CARACUL GOATS Regular prices $150 to $600. Reduced to 95.00, 110.00 ^ 325.00
FRENCH SEAL COATS Reg. prices $150 fo $200. Reduced to 85.00, 90.00^^135.00
NATURAL SEAL COATS Reg. prices $150 and $185. Reduce to 75.00 ?no, 115.00
NATURAL PONY COATS ._, AA -- AA -c AA AP AA
Regular prices $85.00 to $135.00. Reduced to 45.00, 55.00, o5.U0 ?M 95.00
INDIA CALF COATS
MOLE CONEY COAT
JAPANESE MINK COAT
CHINCHILLA SQUIRREL COAT
SABLE SQUIRREL COAT
PERSIAN LAMB COAT
CIVET CAT SETS
FRENCH SEAL SETS
CHINCHILLA SQUIRREL SET
ERMINE AND MOLE SET
WHITE FOX AND ERMINE SET
HUDSON SABLE SET
HUDSON SABLE SET
SABLE AND ERMINE SET
BLACK FOX MUFFS
BLACK FOX MUFFS
BLACK FOX SCARFS
BLACK FOX SCARFS
PERSIAN LAMB SCARFS
PERSIAN LAMB SCARFS
PERSIAN LAMB MUFFS
Regular price $75.00
Regular price $200.00
Regular price $175.00
Regular price $300.00
Regular price $550.00
Regular price $550.00
Regular price $600.00
Regular price $108.00
Regular price $100.00
Regular price $125.00
Regular price $300.00
Regular price $500.00
Regular price $550.00
Regular price $775.00
Regular price $1050.00
Regular price $18.00
Regular price $35.00
Regular price $18.00
Regular price $40.00
Regular price $22.00
Regular price $47.00
Regular price $48.00
Regular price $38.00
Regular price $48.00
Regular price $38.00
Regular price $16.00
Regular price $44.00
Animal Skin Rugs
At a discount of 33 1-3 per cent, from the following regular prices,
to close our Entire Stock, consisting of Handsomely Mounted
Our regular price
Our regular prices
Our regular price
Our regular price
Our regular price
$110.00 to $325.00
Silk Sale of
7000 yards Foreign Dress Silks
Consisting of Stripe Satina, Brocades,
Print Warp Taffeta, Fancy Stripe tad
Check Louieines, Stripe Taffeta Silks.
Taffeta Fa?onne, Check and Pl?id
Taffeta Silks, Jtsptr Stripe, Taffeta
Silks and many other wetvet suit?
able for Evening and Street Dresses,
Waists, Linings and Separate Skirts.
Formerly $100, $1.25,
$1.50, $1.75, $2.00 yard
Unusual Offering of
1000 Silk Umbrellas
For Men and Women
FTNB SILK UMBRELLAS??6 and 18 inch,
plain, natural aad mission handles
Regular price $3.00
AIL PURE SILK UMBRELLAS- ---inch;
choke fancy handleo. Regular price $3.50
ALL PURE SILK UMBRELLAS
_6 and 28 inch; Stelling Silver Mountings
Regular price $3 75