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TOW-YORK? TUESDAY, .JANUARY 7, L913.-16 PAGES.
PRICE OKE CEN?
rr In ( itvot Nfit York..ler?rT? it) am! Hebek?
KJ si.WHI ?11. TWO i EMTH.
GRAND JURY READY
Witnesses Brought by Whitman
and Waldo from Underworld
Will Testify For and
WILL GO INTO SIPP CASE
District Attorney Demands Evi?
dence from Police Against
"Framed-Up" Man Before
He Will Ask Wilson for
Tfie "?* I "' Rrnnii jury, brought
into '??' ' "'*' T--?"?'i'! designation of
Qgraraoi Dix to iniresttgate the whoie
'" craft and extortion by
;hc pol which followc . In the wake
. of tlu* Ro - ' thi 1 murder, will begin to
foi!? *. ' I? ,'r"Ki-,-ininio along
ti,,,?, lines lo-morrow.
v. from the underworld.
aorr. -i ??? pe of Mrs Mary Oeode,
|." "Bald Jack" Kos??
Il ". hont tl"-? police hav?-?
broug '"i i" their accusations
PL- -" "V, Bipp, Will follow
f n bewildering eriae-croea
for i nd again t the ?r
( i th? Police Depart?
for the grand Jury went
- gh th? Harlem resorts
i nd other wltti' ft
: be laid i"-'f"T-f- iii?
gru: Among the facts ob
thone Inveatlgators w ? re
? ! w. ? ?i f,\v ners
rice resorts and the po?
pe? -? ? ? ? user, to has ?>
1 ' , ? he ? an do no h.'rni
Lock Into Realty Deal.
Other investigators were sent to F.n
glew. \ J., to Inquire into the re
portfri "??? ? ? -ii i? of property held tlur.*
by ?..i ti n Thomaa ?V. Walsh, of the
l_6th ?tr? ? t nation. They
I V..I said, rh.it sm?c the al
?ermai I? Inquiry began Captain Walsh
red t" another, (ne acn a
liable land and ?? handsome h'"ise
In the vicinity <?f KnglewootL
"Ja k" ROM ?iint'Tr. <i with Dlgtrlcl
Attorn? y Whitman y sterday und was
to)d to return on WYdnesday. It was
?i that be h-ad been Bupplytng'
Inf. r m.*? t ion <?i' the
ft on vice .-in?! that hx.JuuJU
been . -k?-.| t<> bring deBeit? charges
ait? ? <:.',-. The Dtetrti I It?
appreciating the wort of I
Bo-'- \v itrios.? in th"
Be. ; nol v?ant "BURard
ta? h? i permanently to
hi*- glad t?. use any
? ', ?.niitr; to
re Induced to
? 111 Qoode Will he
d f entre that In?
dict : policemen <>r
?. i In a etnas with
Kk? y, .Maas ? ? ? ?rill be forth?
tipp? Care to Co?-ie Up.
? ??.a! imp?
< ? ; ,,.-: graft i ig vv II] hi
- ? ? police i < v ?
? ;. win also
? ad Jurj. Qeorge V
v ? ;?? -? ?I a field ' i oil orrup
? I? ? m ii Id In hi.*?
? fore the (Turran aid t
.,-???? ,ii,in- am $1 la
? g? - against bin?, )i\< fi ?
y the reeult of a police "frame?
i. i?- intimid?t? him
? i? v ing before
? ified i?? for? the
; '?'h District Attorney Is
- a nn ?y? <iii?i pace, tlftii ???l.i.ini.
This Morning's News
? B Riot. . 1
Orai ? '.'?Hi'r Probe. l
Ml ? ? Bi "? i Burgtara. i
tro s h m mon?- Physician. 3
? i Hammerstela la Court.... 3
Chss? r nh Rala I ? i ta Othere. 4
AM?;"., -,, i hi ?/acanclea. 6
? i i*r?. 8
Wll . 6
I Indie. 6
Abb ., Speed. 6
I^ttt'-r .\..-.|<..i it. Wife'? Bull ??.ine... 7
???.?ir. ? "., k:- Sullivan Law.11
mmtt f. .'?? i it.-ii.? i. . 15
Tliror .,- Ke? ne i dneral. 16
?Uda? ? .16
*-' ?? Patrick. l
i ? nder Sherman A? t i
r -i? Dissolution Plan Rejected 4
il? il W rong. 4
?Mi*. \i. h ha Id i . ind. *?
lui In Waehlngton.. 4
' Moi ? Trust Inquli Resumed. 4
Bill ??, Bto Nereotice.. . 5
i:? forma Ui aed. 5
. < ?ommfttees.... 5
Inquiry Commlselon Filled. 5
HI,nd, Su* s ' ?o.t..l??-i I. 5
'''??? >-'?-.- stiii ru- ieldiiiB. 3
?'' ? Ontlool Dark . 3
for w orn? i.. 7
I . 8
. I. 9
Art i:?;iii?.|iioiiB . 9
' ' '. 9
l t? .io and il
1 lean? igi and ?Mark? ta.ia, 13 and Id
?H'ui ?.?tule.14 and 18
ADR1AN0PLE AT LAST GASP
Its Capitulation Believed To Be
Vienna, Jhh. <;.....\ Bolla ilis.ianli aaya
that al tin? request of the commander
at Adrlanople Bulgarian and Turklt-h
del? gates nel tins morning ror the pur
poae, it is supposed; of discussing the
?an stii.u of capitulation.
ROCKEFELLER IN NASSAU
Lonp; Sought Money Trust Wit?
ness Arrived Last Week
Nassau, Sam Providence. Jan. ?>.?
William Rockefeller, arhoas preeence ns
n witness before the House "money
trust" Investigating committee al
Washington has been particularly
sought by Chairman Pujo, arrived it
Nassau on Friday last, apparently In
Miami, Jan. 8. -Statements by eteam?
ship offlclala are thai Willem Rocke?
feller saii?-'i from Miami for Naseau on
the Iteamer Miami last Thursday, aftor
arriving h.-ro from Palm Beach In the
private car of President Parrott <>f the
Florida East Coast Railroad,
HETTY GREEN JOINS CHURCH
Confirmed by Bishop Lines in
Her Nephew's Church.
Mrs. Hetty circ?n was confirmed yea?
lerda) In the rectory ?>f the Holy cross
Protestant Episcopal Church, Clare
moni and Arlington avenues, Jersey
City. Hrr lephew, tiio Rev. Augoetua
ndorf, la the rector. When Mr.
Elmendorf area asked regarding the
matter he said t.... much publicity had
bei n Blven Ihe matter. Then he
Tiio church held a publl? confirma?
tion yesterday n! a-hl h BI hop Edwin
Linea officiated. \ large crowd at?
tended, it had been reported that Mrs.
?it?-ii was a member of the class, but
when she failed to sppear there was
much speculation a? t" wb? iher the re
port were Ir ?-.
Earlier In the da; man? pergont a ere
confirmed bj the Bishop In tho rectory.
it Ig believed that Mrs. Oreen wss
among the number. She was baptized
? in the sruii<-> church Igi' July
WOULD AFFRONT POPE
Rome Authorities "Want His
Name on Electoral Lists.
Rome, Jan. 8. According lo the ra?
cenl electoral reform act, parliamen?
tary suffrage was ' xtended to ?
adult riUgen Irrespective of the quail?
Bcattons, atui the King been
announced, Is pleased to be considered
! for the porpoges ?.f the act a plain < Itl? (
i.-.'Jh.? municipal rommlsaioners, who
ar?- enti-Clericals, want to Include the]
Pope among the electors, with the pur- '
??..s.- <>f belittling the lmportan?i?e of his
?spiritual sovereignty. Th? govern
tn.'tit. not nisi,m- t.i offend the Vatl
[can, is striving lo prevent the In |u?
I sion of the Pope's name In the new
I lists, in the event that it does not
..-?i. the Holj See sill protest to
< the i.? ? ? ? ffrom to I
JUMPS FRGiv; EXPRESS
Accused. Mar. Lands in Snow?
drift and Escapes.
Montreal, Jan fi W hile kx Ing ; i
to 1 ? ' < Y., to answei g
double charge ol ???? ?>?? lar? en; and
i lion fi om th United H il '?? my,
I Henry Gross lo-day 'umi ? ?i through
( th? v. Indo a of sn express train -; nd
ed H< landed In a ?nowrift,
unhurt, and aas nowhere
i in slghl when ihe train was stopped
! and backed.
MANY HURT IN CAR CRASH
Third Avenue Trolley Rams
? 'm.i.ini' from the rails bound
Thir? ' me of
n of I be '?!? .'ate stru ir?
t ! "'ti street I I The ? on?
duett r Hui of No ?7fl Third
avenue, will dl< and i ox? n p> ?
imrt. mu ?? poi ? Ibly s. riouelj.
The car, one "t the I '. A. v. i: \ arl
waa * ell filled, and the ). is -? rig? i - were
Um,,. . to the floor In s hea|. ??? h?
ii? mg ?? i i fell ?? h? ads and
ii,, .-..?. Hui -? . i .m the back pial -
forra takit g fs i hen th? crash
came he was thrown against th? Iron
iipi ifjhl "t : I ?: ' ?' ? h bo? His "k'ili wag
fi ici ured.
Patrolman i 'I? gry ? ailed Dr. Maj
I with an ambulance from Bellevue Hoe?
! pltal, and Father Donahue, of Bt Jo?
seph'! Church, who administered the
t last rites of ihe Church on the way to
: the hospitsl. lome of the pass? hctm
; refus? .i t" give their names, bt I an
ambulance surgeon attended Anthony
r. Bario, of No. BUS Esst lOSth street;
Walter Henneegy. ?-' No. "''m; West
29th street, and Francig Hailigan. ?>f
? N... '_Mi; Baal 21st street, for bad cuts.
I Trail!? was delayed for?orty minu ?
IS CZAR'S SON IN FRANCE?
Denied in Russia, but Affirmed
c. ' The report thsl thi u is?
Crowi Prlnci tales hi h g? t.- lo
Cap Mai lin lo corapl? t Ii
ed "?- to Rui l?an autborl
i -|,,, Nice correspondents insist, how?
,\,, thai the Russian Crown Prince Is
'' now ??t ;? Csp MsrtJn hotel, the Krn^n.is
,,r which an iwarmlng witii deteetlvea
The hotel employee have ??? ? ?? instracted
categorically to oV bj the prosenc? then
- . rows di?'' < Alexta.
\i OrsesH. bes i of the ap? elsl , ?Ik at
\ ., who la no* In Pari as sum.
moned b? leUn i ?h m retun m i dl
| Harvard or Oxford Ihe.lal****.JftU.or
I si .11 r?glasses, at Spencer s, 7 Maiden La.
? - AU.t.
?UNDER SHERMAN A(
Supreme Court ?Sharpens Ft
eral Weapon in Dccidin
Against Palien and Others
in Cotton Case.
DEFENDANTS TO RE TRII
Finding "Mean:- En? of aleteo;
Operations to Grow Wealth;
Overnight."' Declares So?
Washington, Jan ? -,
ness ??i the Sherman antl i " i Ian vv
further accentuated *.?-.ia-. .?> t
United Btat? Bupi me ?'" irt, whl
in '!?? it a weapon ?ipum-l il,.. Com?
Ing of i'"- mnrkel in any ? ommodl
'ri. ? ruling was- embodl? d in a de ii i
in the mi called cotton corner
The couit beid tii.it the mail.i
in the Indictment against .1 imc
I'att? i., w. i*. Broa n, Frank B. Ha)
an?] Eugene '?'. ?Scales, alleged parti?
m iho conspiracy t,. corner t
cotton mark? t. ? ame under Ihe prohl
ti"ti "i the antl-t rusl Ian . - th? > m t
Interpret??*) bj the i talted Btat? CI
.nit Courl for th?-- Southern District
Neu fork. Tii" defendants run
I stand trial for criminal violation ?.f t
?Sherman a.t as a result of these Una
rial op? ration). vv in, i,, c: rhargi d, we
< .ili-ulati ?I to ) l.'l.l ,i profit "I fit
< i? ? I I '. N .
Even 11 the Supreme ?'ourl mi
ni.?'- ?! m M ?, cisi?n to-f-l.iv thai the
? . I '??ii .-? I?. the ' ?ni- ir i
' "'i i-. " d i pom th?> two main i oun
? ?r the Indictment bj the loe t court,
none th- I? ss ? mphi li. m I d<
laration that ihe cornering <?t an- con
mod it) v- as -? lolation "t i he aati-ti u
m tip?. if--p<.t it afT. ?i ? l- ,i ri?m?-r
which t':" atate and federal goven
n.? m ? he i ?? i"i?c been ??? ?? king
speculative rn.?rk?-t manipulation as
pav.-s th?- araj for the hwuanci "f Ii
Junctions to prevent th?- cornering ?
th?- market m any ommodil m ti
fcnd? Corner?, Say? Bulhtt.
in a stetem? ni made Imm?
.-?ttcr 'he ?i?" -nui w.i - handed dost
Solicitor General Bulliti .-aid that t
day'a dc*?lsi<iri mean:; 111 * end ?>f WttrtA
orl? operations to grow wealthy ov?*i
ni^M bv securing eontrol over ?h
available suppt? of cotton, wheat, bu
??r any similar ar'i i. ?>f commerce,
justice v'h h Devanter Bnn?nmced th
opinion of tin- . oui t .1 ?;*; i. .- i,,,i to
delivered a dlaaentlng opinion, m arhk
?'hi?i Justice wiiii.- and Justice Holme
. i,m urred. Tl e ms loril el i be coui
held the! th?? I ? !oui I for Bouth
? m .\'< a fork i. 'i -I.i m ?? 'h
u, m ? barged s 'u Itbholding
of :ii?' cotton from Ihe mi rket
.'-. elemeni of a ?orn?*r, as admille,
t?v th?* government.
The rnhu.lit-. Iiel.l that the ' ! r? ni
.'?.urt found the Indictment did nol ?
charge and foi tbei reason the Indict
in"iit was faul!? A? - ordlng to all lb
justlc? a ,l ? ? "' " ? tn< ?? of the bold
inc of the Circuit ? 'oui i as to I ? la
dlctmenl chargtni a "withholding,'
and as to th?- BUffli ten? ' Of the Indu t
m. at "ii other technical r? ? in t m. had t.
be accepted at ?this time without quea
linn by the Buprems ? kmrt.
Points May Cone Up Ag?.?i.
The I'.uiii thus lefl untto? Ided b>
day may be made the baala f?.r bring
l?g tl,.' case t?i the c airi again if th?
d?fendante a a sonrkrted <?n trial.
in his opinion Juetlce Vaa Devante!
dealt at length With Hi?- ?l?'f?*in ?? rhai
the accused men were nol engaged ir
Interatat? i ommer? <?. He said.
The !"n-i section of tic net, upon whlcl
ii;.unt? ai? founded, Is no! confined t?
voluntar) i. sti ilnt -. a bore personi ? r
??i Interstate trade ?>r sommer?.-.
,, |,, i ? ?tippi "? ompeiIlion ?moni
themselves, bu! includes as well itiv??i.in
t;.i | i.--: rail u * h< re pe? ton ? t, >| ??
engaged conaplre lo compel action bj
other? cr o, cr?at< artificial .Iltlon?
which n??? ? - ???"'?i'* Impede ??: burden th?
,_,,,. cul.-?? ??t ?u? h trad? m commerce ?it
,, . ;, id the ? ?mi ion llbert? to engag?
Th8 Btandard Oil case ares quoted In
Isupport of ?h1.- doctrine, Justice Vaa
i Devanter replied lo the argumenl that
running a ? "?'u-1 atlmulgtes Inatead ?i
reatralni interstate trade by Baying
thai this might be true foi s time, but
thai Ihe ?"l-'i'f " ??' " forbidden by the
Bherman a?*l auae 11 thwarted the
? ueual operation of Ihe la? of $ ipply
and ?demand, withdrea Ihe commodity
! from th<- norma] i urrenl ??f trade, ? a?
hanced prices arm produced practican**
? the same ei Ha :,s ,!r BuppieoBlon ??f
ii,. gald Ihrl the statute ?li?i nol ap?
ply t,, corners "f purely latraatata
trade, nor where the effeel upon Inter?
state trade wai Indirect, and added
thai m ih? pieeenl caae the trade waa
tint inlra.-ta'.** ami the effect vv ?i - not
PATTEN MUM ON DECISION
Next Move Up to His Counsel.
He Says with a Frown.
| I;. T, I? rapt! t? T'"' I'i!'?irie I
Chicago, Jan. ?i. James ... Patten
sh.?"k his bead when in- baaed tin*
news that the United States Supreme
Court had upheld the todtetaaenta
agalnat him >i> the cotton corner proae?
ciitloii to-day. When Baked wh.it move
his counsel v??.iii.i make neat, be
.i.. v m .i and said
"Thai remit Hi iii'ir bande."
ANGOSTURA BITTERS l?r '*' ' Bt ?M i T
fectT? from over-indulgence in food ?>r think.
PROMINENT KINURES !.\ THE COTTON CORNER CASK.
il'Sl [Ci VAN I), \ v.NTER. I VMES A- PATTEN.
Who delivered the Supreme I unit's decision. Che nniH-tp.il defendant
PATHOS IN LEITER
Appeal to Senti Pleaded Wife's
Devotion. Daughter's Mari?
tal Woe and Misery
Heaped on Others.
URGED HASTE WITH DIX
Sought Pardon Before "Ene?
mies" Oonld Protest to Gov?
ernor, for "They Are Practi?
cal Men ;.nd Do Not Waste
Time on Dead Issues."'
Albany. .I.in ?. \|t er' 'I' Pntrl? km '
, llbei ty probabl I due t" ?? r. ma rim bid
lettei ? in I? ? ? i Colonel Jo
i: s. ott, .-sin?, nut. ndent of
Pria? It? th all th? othei
rs in connection with Patrick's ap
peals for elemenc*. ii Ihe executive
... ..ut fur publication
ernor Bul i. ig ??? ? ord? ,
..,.,. ?. ?? it:, in '!'?? i iratloi that no cub- <
I,, ,?,.;. ... ., .... , rail be]
... ,! Th? : ? ? lo the
emotions. It I knon n that ? 'olonel '
Scott was one of the men to plead Pat- |
,,,,<?- cause in the weeks Jugl prior |
to Tbanlwglvlng Day.
This i? tter s li is i ol me at j
1 the t?i"St i- rslstent : |hl I ?t liberty
. .. mads bj ??> i ondi mned man. Pat - I
. . :,. . ., ;.. -I . :.. IMC Bild
in I9UU, sfter th? ? nt? Be? had been
;ifllr:ii"i i'\ ti .- ?'"Hit of Appeals, ?i"? -
ernor Hlgglni commuted II to Ufe Ira?
priaonment Bvei Oovcrnor since
him bad i" ? '????! spi aal? ?'""l P*l*
1 rick, and ''?'?'l|1"1 ?''? "" 1!1 ' f,i,y
Lbefore Thanksgiving leaned the pardon
The letter to Colonel Bcotl deals
largely nith the devotion end eotf*
Mcriflce ? i the pri*?uer'g a fe during
1 his lom imprisonmeni " ' f? "
? peatedly to th.' P '"'?' "! ' n'":"
' without Indicating who thoss enemlei
are, and call attention to the mlsfor
' tan?? of hi? family >: rtlcularli I ?
thos of his daughter, of whom h? said.
..,-,. lli;triv n. baste : ni repent al
. ,i? h. i- fate."
"No Sacrifice Lii-e Vert."
,. ,i, ick's I? tter ? ontlnu d.
i i em wHth t you "?' ?'? '" :', ?"'?';????
1 ?anees whit n n- ? ?s?tate <??'?'?'? ?" tlon
, ,;,,.. , nor m ms come, .?n-l In *
?ur,- i ? III i -IV-- hia bj mpathy II
i to s|.?-.ik to im.i Bbout then
.i..,i ..i.-iitial manner the requin
i, in:- nil ihe twelv? reara which I hot
i,....,, it, prison .n- wlf? ha? fought vail
... fl)l ,,,,. ted m- .n Ihe
To?ita? ?sih 'i"' ? oten sa the i I?
1 ,,. ?Miita-.i ..m" to tii?- condemned dun?
?ron fot the .?1.si tiro year? thai I
laiMulahed there, end to the penal r
,,j (i|l. , riann roi tii? mearlj ?^. ears tssl
rHistoi Show? ?
? loyalty and d? ?rollo i bii I BI ?
i I.;,, been .?I mtlj ? I " th my
Sslra.? i h litt, Is ?:-;?'?'??
I ?,, . . , ? ;i,- ... .i n.il ' ?' ? Iterna
1 ,,,,,, .,, ' ope.I d? ?Pnlt 'I Ime anal sgain
? ai ,,,.- i,.,, com? lo light ?? l i- n ?.i
i*s.^->tt? .M. : - " I
. in? man ?" Hbert) sgai? ?I whom tii .e
v f. .,,,i i .. nt .n com pira? H K
.,'?' |,,,,,.. tin* be? r dashed i" earth time
??.I again, she ha? ;'-? I ? ' ?he shock
,, ,i souiili? i -ii?- lai tl? '??; -' man who
_ unafraid ;""l impurchasabte and et
,., | the powtM to srt. Thu? the young
years of her llf? hsv? la? n pa? *d and
thus her h? iltli has be? n shattered
.VoulH See Her Child.
Patrick says that such was hi?- wife's
health laut sprliiK. When BOOM <<n?- Igd
him t" believe thai upon Governor
Pix's return from abroad he would be
?el at ll?.t-rty. Then he said he would
take her to gee her onlj - ?ni.i (by her
t,,.-t buaband), who gi ? boy had
soughl lit-? fortunes In the float, "and
whom ?he had never seen these tifteen
?years or moca. m,r Oil "ife and UiPlr
daughter*?her grandchild." The letter
\t last the Qovsrnor ret traed, bul th?>re
was n" happy ooasummatlon ol her hoi>??s
and plans; "ni^ escuses snd postpone?
nu ms have i?'1 ti brought to her, until she
la iiii?-?i with lbs dresd of the oldtttne ami
i ,,ii repented failure si" came to me tu.
other day so wees Bitd i al?. .?" exhausted, ;
aBj j;,i,i the doctors i ? - ? ? * warned her
sgalnsl nerrous strain; had toi.i ber that
In bet Sliasmhl condltloe h?e heart might.
lontlnued on sr.on.l page, fourth roluiuu. '
SWISS SEE RFD SNOW
Viiln^r?-., Be-icvc It, To P>o Fo
Icni ot European War.
<;??', ? ? Inn. 0 Red mon f< II ?
da m eretts si" k r .?mi
other par! m lh< ?'oralherg dlslrl
. an tbrc? ;
ill beln$ fa iri !.???< v y.
The ? ii? i itii loua g? who s
believe 191.'! tu I ? i n unlurl
v ear. .??. ?,, , |, >i .-, i ,|, -._ l,\ the I'h
aomenon, declaring it means s gn
vv s r.
FOR SINGLE COMMISSION
Senator H??aly Wants One Put
lie Service Body of Seven.
fp. Ti'le?f?r,N ,n Tr." Vrlh?':-?.':
Albeit . Jan, I Senator llealy,
w??etch? ?:e;-. intrrx)t?c<>d le-night s b
consolidating ihe two nnbii?' servi?
commissions ? :" a body ?f ?t?vn
?m -, ?era.
Senator Brown and Assemblyma
HiiiDiiin. Republicana, presented a hi
providing thai nol more than ihr?
?members of ea? i of I ?? public ;?-i
'vice commission? h iovt .stltute
should belong to the same politic!
ORANGE ME(\f FIGHT FROS
California's Fruit Crop Badl
Damaged by Cold.
Loa Angeles, Jan. ?'?. Thouaanda n
m? n "?re out to-night in an fff?>r: t
sav.? from furth? r damage bj coA
weather Southern California's orang
iri.i lemon crop, valued al <?o,00O,00t
Tin? losa reused i?. last night's frees
cannot be estimated a??curately, but ?
wa? ho ?serious growers and ?it rus ,-\
perts sav, that ?' will have an appr?
Iclabla effeel on th?* price of fruit Th
w. ither Bureau predi? ted for to-nlgb
! temperatures aa kjje as, <?r lower, thai
: those ?hi.-h last night shattered th
i r. , >?r.l "f tliirty via: -
Srnudgi pola by th?- thousand smoul
?ii red er ble led to-night, etaittim
i ?l.-nse elotldfl Of sni'ilw-, will' h it v. a
[hoped would raise the temperature it
the orchards and ?grovessufficiently t?
1 prevent further freezing "f frull ??n th?
trees, Hardly more than a ten^h of th?
orange ? rop has bet n ship-ped. Th?
remainder nil! $how serioua loeaea
; RECOVER MESMERIC GEMS
Women Dupes at New Have.
Ask Police for Secrecy.
N.Mv Haven, ?Ihn, ,; ?Several Nen
Hsvei a. ?mi n, s -il lin?n n In soclet)
! hat " '" [g '-. ti.-- poll? ?? nol t" m tki
I public their name- in,I eXpOSB lh?ill
gttlllblllt) m landing ?h? ii Jewelrj Ui
i Mis. m.,1*. Waltera, who, .?^ ".Mme.
1 tSugonie," . dverUsed hersell as u trance
[medium and promised them aha could
give their dlsmonda meemerl power.
'?Mm?? Eugenic" i?-ft town soon after
.ihiair.lt'-,' the lewelry, $ nd the pollci
bat ?? be? u seeking h? r f"i Iwo .> ? ? ki
: Dete nv?' n<ml) lo?de) *-t n it?ed her In
Atlantic Cltj He recovered all the
The ?police Insist lh women a/ho
Ever?* imposed upon mus? appear al the
1 trial Bgalnsl Mi-i. Waltcis.
?"LEFTY" fTT?n MARRIED
! Man Said To Be Football Player
Wed by Alderman McCann.
Alderman John HcCann y?tsterda) mar?
ried a opuple ?im deecrtbed tbemaslvea
? as Maurice Bennett Flynaa^d Miss Rena
LLaary. Flynn was s;.!?i to be the Tale
| loot ball pial i sailed Lefi n**nn. n?
Igavs his h.'iiit? as the Osborae apart?
ments, No. 206 IVeet .".7ih street. Mis.-;
! Leery ?aid she was a daughter of <'or
iieiiuM Hii.i Mary Doren Leery, living at
Nu. I w.-Ht with street
There was no one at the Klynn hume In
tin- OHbortic late last night who knew
anything about ?? raarrlage\pf "Lsfty"
Plynn. One >?f the servants sani the
young man was in the W< ?t with tfi.? Yale
Hies ? lui?. No one wa? found at tin?
address given by Mis? I^eary who kn.-w
her or had even ever heard of h?r.
?vniirii iii p?ni!/r
wl MrN N MHIlVr
HOT, ROUT POUCE
Wob. Angered by Sight o? Girl
Strike Breakers. Sweeps
Guards Aside in Effort
to Attack "Scabs."
RESERVES CLUB FOE BACK
Garment Workers Assert 110,
000 Arc Out?Employers Say
3a*?,000. and Declare They
V/ill Not Recognize Union
or Increase Wages.
Infui luted al th" ghl of a hun
dred strike hr? h rs. most of them men
. ?Ing ? icortcd bj the police to
automobiles waiting to take them
home, ii->? hundred women . strikers
from 'he garni, nt fs? lories fought with
th?- police and special guards for almost
an hour last nlghl in an effort to
drag ti" "s ai's" away.
If th.? screams and threatening gest?
ures of the rioters meant anything,
something more drastic than per
suaalve srords w..nid iia\e been the
fat? "f the terrified glrli had the mob
of angrj women managed to gel them
, away from their poll? ? protectora
I \$ ?r waa, the policemen had g hard
? of ?t. They received many Mows
i intended for the siri? thej were guard
\ Ing, and more than one "f them went
sprawling on the sidewalk before the
-?Ills of the women
The trouble began at 5 o'eiock. in
' front of the shopg Of J. I.. Taylor ?fc
? Co- at No. 096 Broadaraya ?hen the
I streets were crowded ? ith people rush
; big h'inie from work. W.ird had gone
about among the strlk'-rs that strike
I breakers wen? being employed by the
Taylor tirm and a force of the ten
thousand pickets s? nt out by the
I Stlikfl leaders earn in the day were
? tul,i off f?>r duty there. Feeling was
particular!) strong agains* the rom
'?iii> because, it was said, at the end
Of the last strike Mr. Taylor refused
t.. t.ik.- back say ..f ins employes who
Sweep Policemen Aside.
a sullen crowd had gathered In front
of his place of business. When half a
dogen automobiles drove up and lined
tii- curb m Iront, with ?.-Us and arms
Waving, the mob made B rush lor the
1 m., hhi.'s This had been foreseen,
Ihonever, and s squad of "Ollce had
been sent for. Por ? time the police
were s*ueceesful In holding the strikers
at bay. keeping ?? path clear from the
factory building to the ?raiting auto?
But when the ili?f of the gills ap
pBared, eacorted bj ihe limr.? strong
hihi'' men. the rage of the striken
broke forth with redoubled violence.
and tluy made g ru?h. sweeping the
policeman before them, with Berengas
nf tenor the strike breakers retreated
into the building, while the police
Struggled with the mob. They could
do little with the infuriated women.
however, until they were reinforced
by tin? l east ves? fa?t whom a call was
s.Mit in by the clothing company. With
the kelp of reinforcements a lang was
Opened up again between the building
and Ihe automobiles, and the girl
.??tilkf breakers were finally let out and
placed In the cars.
There was still hard fighting ahead
of the police. The "crowd surged in
about the machines, and It was only
drawn ? dubs and main strength that
availed to light them off The street
was strewn with piec?s of clothing and
i ( oiiiiaurd os jja?e alx, column Art.
RICH MI OF LOI
Arrests of Five Men and O
Woman Solve Mysteries ol
GET "ROPE LADDER" GAP
i Detectives OftMurtb StolenOoo
Valued at $250,000, and
Make a Second Capture
After Prisoners First
Month?- ?t activity by two .?-?lua-ls
[detectiVes working mu'cr se? ret ord?
from Headquarters rewerded the poli
with one ,.f ii,- richest hauls In t
history of the department when la
yeeterdey afternoon rnepecttM* Fauro
men. in ? ??-opcr t.ioii wRb Canta
men, In co-operation with Acting ?7a
tain Tunney, of The Rrons, rounded i
liev .?i t?> have i" en the brains bt t
m.-..'-let?,t_p roue huid?;-' burglaries
th? wee 1th] uptown district and u
c?.\??r<*.i a mine "i i- "t who???? ral
was estimated las! nigh I to i?1"- in t
. i? illilV Of t '-?>! ?. ' i) ?? I
It '?as a double I i"i f-v the p
Ike, since it was prefaced by the ?
?r?-i air?'.-: Sundaj afternoon ?*f tl
principals in th?- St Amir '?'.- Hot
robberies of last spring, In ? HI? h boe
slued at thouaandta ?'? dotiere wt
tak? u. 'lh, ; ?? , >n< >. i'i.?ui wh?
.? confession "..? i * ? mg m th" esu
hour ? , ,,.i ... .'. i, *.- intpficstt
] i i '?I si re- I KICK ?- ? ; 1^ ?vCCit
' of th?? Stolen v aluai!
When Inspector Peorot and bis ww
wem t?? ih- ?shop '?. make : s errei
: howe*m. t'n? . ?: u i--.-? t.-i' traU i
i ih.- "rope laddi r* thieves, and ? a
i .?-Tilt ho men end ?'? women. v ;t'i polk
record?, are under arrest, and two .
!il*?- moot baffling casca in ..? n.< w't
Six Prisoners Taken.
'in*- prison, is. who aere lock? i up i
th.- u>?t I7th --tiret police steAlon, ar?
Percy Wyckoff, twenty-three yggj
old, of N". 7Tt> Columbus avenue.
Harry Willis, tw.ntv-f.mr yeajl ??!<
of No. 17.. West luj.i street.
James Prit?bard, thirty-eight yew
old, storekeeper, ot .\". HI Wt ?? <
trgorge ?.'arr, ajias John Hof??naj
altea ?i?-*or*ze vo?ciie. i?*.?i?.ty-eigr
years eld, of No. Ill West ;i9th street.
William .Mad??x, alian Qllman, alia
Jack .Mien, alias "i.eitv." iwepty-e?jl
yean old, of No. its*? Amster?aua av?
"Kitty' Cirr. ?v ife <?f ?ir-orge ran
t vent? y. atTB . ,|,_.
Wyckoff, Willis and Muri-.x ar
charged vlth burglary, lu ad?liiior
! ?"arr. in v>.-ho?*?? ftgt wer? found In
j heavy revolvers, must stand trial f?.
violation ?>f the ?Sullivan law, as astea
Pritohard, whose offenre as charge?1
together with ("air's wife, is that of re
reiving stolen goods,
Follow Two Trsils.
Two distinct trails, which led ?Jurlni
the lent forty-eight hours to the pawn
shop in 43d street, and resulted in th?
cornering of two cune?? ??f crook?. \< er
! taken up month-- ag<?. In the 1st.
Isprntg th?- ?management of the st. An
drew's Hotel? at ?'_'?i street and Ftroad
way. became alarmed l>y a serles oi
robberies vvlinh took place in the house
For several weeks the rooms of patron!
were rifled of valuable jewels, furs ant
plate. There was no clew to the rob
bers. and the case was complicated by
the fact that the majority of them tool?
place In broad daylight, while the oc?
cupants of the rooms were out on shop
pip??, tours or at matinees.
Inspector Fauiot was put on the case
With Detectives H yams and Hughes h?1
haunted the hotel, but the robberie?
continued at Intervals througnout th*
suinnier. culminating a month and s
half ago in the looting <?f the apart?
ment of Mrs. Frances Harnes. Th?
police daim they Brere blocked in their
investigations, and that they learned
oui. B few WIlSkB SgO that certain ser?
vants were discharged following th?
lust robbery, although persons about
th?* liot?*! said they were confident that
the thieves CSBM Horn outside lh?
"Rop?" Robberi?? Baffled.
Meanwhile the apvawa districts ha?l
been the seene of a scri?-*- <>f rope ud?
der burglaries. All of t?ese vvore car?
ried out with ?kill and dispatch, and
ih? operate? never i?ft behind the
Slightest ?lew to tli.il i? ?ntity. Th?
principal characttMrlstk <>f these r??b
berfa l v\ as th.* use of a lope, which
waa thrown out of the window of th?
in.use in whl h the burglars were at
Work. When disturbed the thieve? In?
variably made their escape bj siidinx
?lov. n the rope
C?ptelo Tunney, of The Br?>nx. was
assigned lo the 'Tope ladder" burg?
laries mid began work on the case with
Detectives Augustus and James lleilly,
Brnest Moore. John Mugge and James
Finn. More than a month ago, ?.'ap?
lani Tunney said, he ran across the
! trail <>.' i'urr and afado-t and followed
them io Caifa apartment, From that
tun? on his men shadowed them con?
! tlnualty, hut hesitated to make arreste
sime It was known that the "giuig"
making Can's home its headquarter?
liad Bomewhere a "fence" or eonfeder
ata Whs was receiving and disposing
?if the stolen property.
In thel: work at the Bt. Andrew
Hotel, Inspector 7aurot'a nun. pre?
vious to the wholesale diaelmrge of en?
ploycs, had obtained Information con?
cerning every servant in the house.