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THE SUN, TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 1912.
GETS RELIEF FROM
BADWAY COS HEAD
Alfred T. (innllin'r Nits to Pay
910.000 mill Kxiicnscs to
Sistor-iii-Linv Who Sued.
GOT It KM? ASK HY KHALI)
Mrs. Ittiftios 'I'ostillcil That She
Slenoil I'lclicviiiir Pit tier Re
coil), for .Morlujiuc.
A OIBL AT THE TELEPHONE.
That Alfred I' Onrdiner, hiul of tho
HaHwny Company, maker of a patent
medicine, charged 111 elster-iti-lnw board
nt tlio rate of J'W :i mouth nml nlso that
hn got her to sign m pnper which proved
to hn n general tole.iso of nllchiimsiigninst
Jilni while she was hiwv buying her Iron
oaii In n department it jre were among
the allegation In n tut winch hn been
on thn calendar in White IMiiin anil in
which Hn order of din-out immure has
Jnt been entered
As a rpii1t of iIih selt'onietit of tlip
nrt ion (ini diner tiiut pay hislstor-ln-l.'iw,
Mr, Kt II Hat iii-", who drought Ihe.
auit, the Nimi pf Stn.'HM nml pi,m) ox
jimse. Mt. Harne had ned to have
ipt aMde sover.il rnl p-tate transaction
by which propel ly belonging to Iht had
been convoyed to (iiirdinei' or hi wife.
In n piovlniisnctiun brought in this county
she cot mi order for mi accounting from
(innllnor lutico Iiivi sotting aside n
rplrao pleaded dv (! irdincr on th" gtoimd
that it had Lttli obtained ly fraud
Mrs. t.ii hp, who t a girl in lor ?iVs,
was a Mil- Katp Tump and with her
rlter Arpo wo living with their aunt.
Ml li.i'Iway.a i.tirr lr .iohli liadwuy,
the Invptitorof tup patent medicine, when
(inrdinpf came along pud nimle their
nc liinintntire (itirdttior route from
Ihmdoo, N V . and at that litre wa the
publisher of u httl" paper pallpil Mmlro
nml I'nl fir, which wn given away a
K prpiniuni with patoiii pill (iardiner
matriod Allele Troup in I Ml At the death
of tlipir aunt in Hurt th two girl shared
equally in th 1iiulvv.iv otat" to tin- extent
of about Km.mM npieiv
Thn proppity consisted of var'otis
pieces of rpal ptatp and pach got lid
phurc of tlm Hadway C.eiipany.
After tlio aunt' pith Mi Troup con
tinue! to II vo with her !-itiT and Oar
dlnpr ln'cainp 1ip.ii! of thn company.
According to tin fact brought out in th
nit Gardiner tun ypiir aftpr th" death
of Mi llnilwoy itggeted to hi eister-in-Uvv
that oho lttT have lp-r prorty
In tlm form of mortgage, and she, leing,
it was iilleged, without any business
experience whatever, agreed to follow
hi directions, Hp first proposed that
she sell to hi wifp Iht undivided .half
interest in tlm propprty at :.is West Fifty
fourth street, known ns thp Knicker
bocker suable, Gardiner told hpr this
interest wa worth Jl.Vooti. I'iftpon
month latvr Mro (iarditipr -old the
property for $Kai.(i. pprinK $t.'.ooo
on thp ileal.
It was furtlipr allPRnd tli.it In thp name
rnannnr (iarditipr cot hi sictpr-in-law
to fpII to him her half intprpt in u hous-p
In l'lainfinld. N .1 , anil tliat after li1tiR
In the hnu.' for thrpn ypar (Inrdinpr
got her to buy it back lor sr.'.&mi
Tart of th propel ty left to the two
intern consisted of acreage property
nt Yonkers. It wa alleged tliat oil
flardiner's advice Mrs Harne pold her
lialf interest in t Mis projierty to her
Fiter on OnrdinerV rnprpMntation that
he wiif h man and could thprefore afford
to hold propertv for hi wife, whnre.i
Rho couldn't 'IIih value he put on the
property w Kii.tuvi, of which her fhare
was $1(1,000 .She ;ot vaA and $,jno
In the form of a notp Leurinu no interpst
After getting thi. property, it wa tosti
fled, (Jardinpr had it, immediately out
up into lot and cold the lot at auction
rlearinK SM.no), He tool; up the note
with Homo of tlie piiruhase inortKane
for the lofB. so that all th" paMi hi isier-In-hw
got wa i w )
Oardiner. it was nhown, alo bouglit
from hi hisier-m-law her Mock iu the
Kndway pommnv for $5.:nn Instead
of paying her p.ih he gave her a eheek
for $2:ifl unit Mid that he would take the
balance out of her hoard It wa xhnwn
nt the trial of the Milt before Hpfetee
Thonvi K lliinh tint Mrs Itarni' had
llvnl pte.idily with tlie (iardiner from
1003 to 1007 In the accounting filed bv
Gardiner fhe was charged bv him with
board at the rate, of about jr,oou a year
for this period. From llio; until "ltnw
rile Jived at the !ramat.in envpt when
Invited to visit tin- C.irdiners In all,
t Mrs. H.irne tetilled, Ipt visits did not
pxceed lifleen weeks I h" accounting
filed by hr brother-in-law upon the
pourt'rt order had her down for board
during this jpriid at the rati' of ftmi a
The brief tiled bv Karl II Harne for the
plaintiff made a further allegation that
"Furthermore, and still more shameless
and still more remarkable it, in, t hat
(Iardiner admitted having in his tios
Aesfion SI1.7M with interest from
December 23, iww. and which he refusinl
to pay over until Mr llanips gave him a
Kner'al release The mere statement
of the" facts which are not disputed is
, puffieient to show the character of the
transaction of this trustee with this
trusting young woman, the sister of hi
, wife The whole record of his dealings
with her jeeii,, vt It It violations of his duty
toward her. with disregard of the prin
ciple of common honctv and decencv
and with a certain brutal and callous
indifference which we confess never
before have leeuMuplicated In uny case
in the cl il courts "
At the time (iardiner tiei the account
ing he also produced what purported to
lie a release, which he hud made out him
self. It was a receipt in full accounting
for all business tnmsacied bv (iardiner
for his sister-in-law to date, Mrs, llarnes
said on the stand iu reference to this
that (iardiner mm dav hud bronchi in a
paper ami told her that it was a receipt
for certulu mortgages that he hud iu hix
possession anil that she had signed it
If was this release which Justice Iavis
Ht aside on the ground of fraud
In the trial ol the Westchester suit
before the referee another release in full
was produced us reason why the suit
should be thrown out On the stand Mrs
Harm's said that thin was obtained one
week before her marriage utter her
brother-in-law had made pft'orta to pre
vent it She said that while she was
engaged in buying her trousseau he hud
come up to her iu the storo with the
"Kale, I've got n paper for you to sign
in regard to pome mortgages
She said that shit signed the paper then
without examining il and not knowing
that il was a rcpa-o of pvpry plulm thai
she might havp against him I'pon
hearing this testimony lleferee Itilsh
threw the i elenso out
Hetote the referee (iardiner testified
that ns head of the lludwny company he
draws a salary and divides all the profits
with John Itadwav, who is tlie treasurer
lie sain there were a lew other stock
holders, He owns a large country pluoe
at Croton on the Hudson Abram I
l'.lku represented t iardiner in the West
Uldr .ecrelur l trrlilrnt Con
nolly. nornuuh President Connolly of Queen,
jeMorday appointed llim'h Hall pf l'luli-
IllK. a hi private see-i-tary " ,ie plfue
la a ne" one and pay $3,000 a. ar
Mr. 1111 ha teen for a number of
years the chief find examiner for the
Health Uiiva tmenl of thu city.
Minnie Dnprre fthoma Another Hero
ine of the Central.
"Mt Wire" At the fifth Avenue Theatre.
Bheldun Mrant Arthur Hall
Hugh Donovan William Prederlo
.Myra Webb Minnie Duprea
The manogors of tho vaudnvllle theatre
hnvo some advantage which the regular
playhouses never pnjoy. The Fifth Ave
nue Theatre was crowded ypatcrday after
noon not Insplte of thn wputher hut on ac
count of It. For u rulny afternoon poa-
sesaes no terrora for the manager of the
vaudeville playhouse. Thn hail weather
sends from the street that casual public
which is pppkliig entertainment and does
not enre. where it Is found. Then Kva
Tanguuy, favorite of St. Vitus, was on tho
progi amine and her presence in any
vaudeville entertainment, is accounted
enough to fill tho theatre.
How wide thtt offering of vaudeville
must bo the appearance of Minnie Duprea
on the same programme made clear.
She wan soon inn onenct play culled "Mvo
Wire," by Ivy Aahtoti Knot. It notion
passed In tho ofllce of an uptown hotel In
this city There is u cheerful and ener
getic young woman of the "central" who
glibly answernthe demands of the guests,
willed vary from ordering the electrician
to aid in warniluc thn baby's milk to send
ing the chambermaid In to unhook K.I,
who want to go 'o tied und cannot Undo
herself down the hack without the as
sistance of the muld It appears after n
while that there has been a raid on a
gambling house iu which her brother line
nluio-t done for an officer who wus trying
to arrest dim, 'Hie telephone central,
who hud once been at Police Headquarters,
knew the captain who had been beaten up
ill thp raid, and hudl eft her former post
on account of his attentions, So she wus
lnditreretit therefore to the effort of the
police to tltul his assailant She refused
to let the detective know what watt sent
ill by telephone because she wan too loyal
to her employer to betray tho eeoretn of
All thi time she hail not heard that It
was her brother who wus the object of the
police search. Shelhought itwasanother
"bounder. as slip culled hltu, rattier
than her beloved brother. One young
man who looked so much like her brother
that she could not resist telling this faot
cume Into the hotel to use the telephone
and made ruthpr violent love to her.
Then she wax so indignant that she re
fused to tolerutp the young man's society
unv longer When it did become known,
however, that her brother wa. tho man
for whom the police were looking, and tho
intruder who resemblisl him so much
and had insulted her was willing to take
his place long enough for the real criminal
to escape, she forgave him and promised
tnat sue would in return tor an generosity
some night go with him to see "Kismet "
Mis uupreo acteil tlie heroine with her
pretty glrhshnes and the gentle air of
pathos which is so delightful to her ad
mirers. Then she spoke the witty line
with the knowing insight of a telephone
central. The sketch seemed to delight
tlm audience, which recalled repeatedly
the star und her competent associates.
Messrs W & J Sloane have adopted
the Edison Service for their new
Fifth Avenue Building
The old building, at
Broadway and 19th
Street, had a private
It is therefore the
more gratifying that
this new structure,
devoted to all that is
best in floor coverings
and furniture, should
obtain its power and
effects from the Edi
Slightly more than 97 of
all the large buildings
erected on Manhattan Isl
and during 1911 also
adopted the Edison service
for light and power
At Your Service
The New York Edison Company
55 Duane Street Pfcome Worth 3000
will be given free in
form to Sun readers
MAY BAR PUCCINI HEBE.
Itrport That Ilia Uperaa Will Not
lie JItpii at the Metropolitan.
It hua besn unofficially rumored about
the Metropolitan Opera House for the
past two months thut tlie operai of Ciltt
coniii I'urclnl may he Isft out of the
repertelie of the next year. Thta plan
wa fellnweil last season by Andreas Dip
pel. and the. Chicago Opera Company
Kiie tiulie of this i omposer's, woiks. .Mr
L'lppel has iniule no mlvanre to the
Chsu Hlcordl, which publtihea the operas
of Puiclril, looking to a renewal of Ills
lelatluns with the Arm, and so far thero
are no Indication that thn Chicago Opera
Company will feel the need of restorliiK
the Puccini worka to Its repertoire.
Th" chicane opera Company, which
will hae a number of new French op
eras In lis repertoire next season, will '
lie Iu a measute Independent of the Pur- '
chit repertoire attire "Madama flutter- '
IU. ''The ilrl of the Cohlen Wet. "I.u ,
flelieiutiV and "Tosea" have been sunK
'i much' by the travelling companies ut ,
cheap prh'ev thHt they nte not lndl-pen-1
.!)! lo Hieninpanj which cIi'IimihN IiIkii ,
pi lee for I'tjH seat With the Steti opolttan
opetul'.uUM, howeer, the esse Is different.
The I'lieeml opeiut., oit-n .-11101 siumi
llll!S "Tile Chi of the liolilen West or
"1'lMO.l" or "Ij lloheint. ' Hint ttllell Mis)
Kaitsr sin"" "Madama Hiitleiny," ate
el p. Iillllll .S.I III! In.s of tte-M "'e.n
to ttle Ml'tlllpolltall Ope, 1 1 1 1 - - Klilllil
he murh mote smiIou. than they would be
tothe ChlcuKo e)iiipau.
' 1 don't ililnk the Metropolitan
will ever iliep tlie operas of I'urrlnl."
on of tin men In authority aatd jeater
dn, "but the rompauy Is weary of the
tiim mud" by the Casa Itlrordl. whleh
demand that the M IropolltHii perform
some ot Its least popular productions In
older to net the rutins to the works
Unit me IIKnl, Tor ttlKtutire, the Metro- i
polltim opeia House If It yield to the
iiem.iuos or tlm i usa Kirunll will lie
lompelled to ;le next season I'ranohettl's
npei. i T'lu Idtoplier Columbus.' Now
evetjbody UnouN there 1 nu demand to
hear that wmk In an upem house like
the Metiopolltau, where there uih few
novelties every season and they mmt lie
of the best attulliable.
"This year the Itostnn Opera ltoue,
which tool; the operus of IMicrlnl, hnd to
MV. the price ili'linirilleil hv the Chsh
I'.lcnrdl and nroiluce 'Oermania." liv l'rau.
hettl, Jilt as the Metiopolltau had to do
heeHl eH 1 S II1M, I If Illlllse, I til eullll
made no sturees Without It. hovevei,
there could Iiavn been no 'Uutterfly.' no'
iiont-nie, no losca .Mm, me .xietto
I nl I In n rnnslders that It I un lustltu
lion of HiitTlelent Importance not to lie
compelled to submit to any audi term.
Then Mr (Jatlt-Cunuxzu, who has learned
a yicat deal since he came to th Met
.opolltiin opeia lloiife, now knows that
hW own position In tlie respect of opera
nuvr depends In a measure on the uunl
ll of the Work lit Keleijts us novelties.
" Ho It will probably be found when
Mr (iatll-1'asn.zti iciiuns to tin- coiiu
tiv that he has ariatiKed with the i'um
Ulcoiill In Mlhm to Ktve the oitiib that
me llkelj to succeed nt the Metropolitan
ope it House, and not ho compelled to uc
i ept uny otheis nuielj for the sake of
ptodiiclni; the well llkc woiks of 1'iic
Cluirtt1!'. Suys She Makes Muchi
Money and He Is
sonuiT ihvohce from her
I 11 1 (iave It Up nntl Wrote nml
Sent Her n Penitent
Iu hia answer to tho petition of Mrs.
Lillian Voting I'harters, a Christian i
Science practitioner, for alimony pending
the trial of her suit for divorce in the New
Jersey Court of Chancery Charles Char
ters, also n Christian Scientist, says h.5
is not possessed of either real estate or
personal property. Ill wife, on the
other hand, he savs, owns it l.'o.imn piece
of real estate at Palisade, N J .mortgaged
for Sm.ipm, maintain un expensive) suite
of offices at 341 Fifth avenue, Manhattan,
and liven In an apartment at 44il Kiver
slde Drive for which she pays an annual
rental of I:', KM. He declare that Mr.
Chicago to California and Return
Route of the San Francisco Overland Limited
and Los Angeles Limited
Protected by Eleetrie Block Safety Signal
The fare for the round trip, first class, is only $65.00
Tickets on sale
April 27th to May 3rd inc.
I'or literature and further information, call on or address
J. B. DeFriest, G. E. A.,
Telephone Worth 499i 287 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
B0RUPS DEATH A BLOW.
Not Known Vet Mow It Will net
Crocker I.u ml nmpeUlllon.
Tlm fdntt fur
Charters is in receipt of it tk Income 1 ''.n, schedule,! to set out from thi city
,. P,.,.it,i.,Ur . next .Inly to ernloie a resloti Peary saw .
A motion for alimony will he nllld from nfnr while in the Arctic, will he ma-, .nl.C(1(j Wl t II Killillff One
to-day hy former .fudt-e IWI Scot,, i tonally chnKed "Bh dlh
hefote Vice- I u,'"ri?H mrup. no nsi ois m.- ,, mo. ... ......
ratorson. It kapsiitiK f a canoe on Hunday in l-onc j (inSCOlie HeGfail.
i n, .oiitut Mr liorun, w-.m wouaui
II MHcMlllan.hail heen chosen to lead the;
Mrs. Charter's counsel
Chancellor Stevenson in
will lie opposed hy .Meander .Simpson,
counsel to Charters
Mrs Charters is the daughter of (ten.
(!h line S. II. M Young, superintendent
of tho National Soldiers Home at Wash
ington, I). I . hho was married to C har
explotation party on its voyage in quest
r.f tho unknown Crocker ltiid. tiorthet
of (Irant Wind, in polar eas. lloth of
the vounc ejplorers nci-ompanled 1'enry
ters nt San' Antonio. Tel., on Octoher J on hi last dush to the north pole.
( harlers started n milt for divorce on i (.()Ilmnied the I'earv expedition R
the Krontid or ilesertlon In Kilt, hut did , tillo assistant ami I'lhotoBrapher.
not (irosecute it. and later Mrs. Charters i .roan Mii'euin of Natural 1
!'! anal I'larer.
"The UntLer Clrl," now In In eUhtti moiiUi nt
the I'orU Theatre In Went Kitty ninth ktrcet, ll
end It ireeiu rua on .''Alnrilny. SU- 8, ami
Mil reopen rurly In August. It u hrgln a stun
intr run nt the llllnolk Thentre, I'lilciuto, on Mon
ilny, May :n.
Ann llustert. who was recently ten In "The
ltoe nf l'aiiama," liat heen engari to alternate
a .w.il.t .lur(n hi the revival of 'llohln Ilool"
at the New ArnMerilam 'Iliratre.
Itiiith Kuril, ernerat htnie illrertnr for Mrhler
4 Co "III sail for KuroM on May 4 on the Aitrl
nlln to cnminrnre prrpnnitloii foi the utaKlni;
of "Thn Dauchtrr "f lleain," tti x-nta'p of
modern China wlildi lo aurreeil "Trie Cnrilcri
of Allah" at the Century Theatre nrit keafon
Mr Kuril Mill ieni koiiii' ilajs In Pari In con
Miltntlnn m I til the author! of I lie piny, Picric
I.ottl and Judith (iaiitler, the latter a daughter of
Tlioihlle (inuller, and ulll then tn In llrrlln.
Vienna and Milan to net Idcnoon thn nutijrct of
thn play' iMisliunlnir.
At the Hnlel.erhocUer 'Ihcalrn iht afternoon
Violet Homer of Ihe "KUrnei" ciuiipauy ll
optienr In' a prournninie of hrr nterpreiailc
tlantet in uhltli slie diincid sinrrfc'.fMlly hi lm
dun lat teuton ' lie danies nic orlirluat with
MIm Itmner and none or them hjs hrtore ,.n
en In New ork Nnhan rrnulio and M or
I'l.clm will plav Hi.' iicimiuini Ine inu.lc The
IHTfiirinnnir ulll IkkIii al 3 o'clocli
Have StnU.ilnU TTarrl New V. W.
II. A. Home.
The campaiun coniniittoe of the Vnung
Women's llehrew Assocliitlnn who are tr-
inrf to inle :'n,mi for a new home for ihe
asochltlim leoorted veslerd.iv n total
.l.i.',.i'n "I un murium nr nnu .Mr
l.ouis Marshall eotitrlhuierl i.s.ikni j ,-r I .o
andJucub Wertlifliuer 11,000,
liei',.in the present proceeding chariu
htm Willi llillilellly, Milch lie denies
111 his niiKWerini; nlllilavit ( harters
said that In .lime, 1Iki:i, his wire declined
to maintain wifely relation with him hut
continued lo lie alVeclioii.lte, kind mill
During the winter of ItKi.l. he mild, she
became acitiiiiiited with 'IhoiuuH I, .
Temple, ii man of large means, and was
fro(iientlv in his company, hut he did not
sii-.p-cteil thui the friendship would he
inimical to his peace On May :tn. Ililti,
( liarlers said, his wife went to Temple's
homo iu Texas and arranged while she
was away to nave a lioullet ol tloweis,
together with a loving message, delivered
by a florist lo him, I barters, every day
ipon her return to Puliwido on .lime
II, lHin, Charters said, his wife a attitude
toward him had changed, anil hiuce thai
lav she has refused to treat him as If
he were a man "
Charters sets forth that lie believes
that hi wife, by reason of her peculiar
ideas, has been hviiliot Ized hv the said
Temple so that her affections have been
totaliv nlienateil from mm. tlecltarges
that Temil has been the cause of all the
"marital infelicity nml iiiihappiness, "
After dropping his divorce suit Chart err)
wrote a letter to his wife in which he
'o, til v dear I.lllhitl, I ask you to please
fwiflve me for haviiiv allowed error to
lend me Into the mistake of entering tills
horrid illvorie suit against you. I I. now
vou "III, lor you are a C. St. anil liml I
been one, I would have perceived thoeiror
In tal.liu: tlie step.u very heavy step for me,
dear, hut the lire of line miis there all tlie
time, sweetlieurl, anil truth tins revealed
It at Inst
How aie you'' I love you h ml want to
come Inline Vou h.ie n blotter of line.
ye, ami ii I'lihhei iil-u do iim t lie mi hoth on
the nllcucil past, use litem and InrvUe.
find ha been tiooil to hi" ami is liml, so I
must leave the tesiill to Him anil to you.
Millionth I named linn ur I'atlier, Urn,
you aie the i liaii'liiiiu of t!iU lotiai; iiiiii
inlMee ot only tuo mid yet all, Tor (mil it
all 111 all.
Nell llllilipilcn lloltli Hooka 'I'o-ilny.
I he sale of th i library of Ihe lute I Ibiiup
ili'll Itnhh hetthi al Ihe Uir liiMti rl li.il
leiie thi afl'inooa al ; in It Isovt i.m!
Hull '.'.Mi of th" Ml'l 11 1 tin " I " in the l.ltll
Irutue will he sold toili I'.eniilc i,ue
or old or exoeiisive hool. n 11 it 111 1 ... r ol
ailtoiTiapli IM' will I"' 1 1 1 up lllll.lt
liicluilim: lettein 1 1 f mii John i.iiiiik)' i.ii'i
aiul Amir ov Jacknuu.
Ilonip. who a only L7 years old, an
vestetd iy it wu 'aid that his death wa
not onlv a great loss on account of the
Crocker Irfind eiedllion but also in con
nection Mtli the iilan of the veologicnl
deelopmeiiifof the ir.hl it nt loll. Ilorup
was iiesislant curator of geology lit the
museum ami las' Heceiulier was ap
pointed iisji-tant in tlie department of
geologv mid invertebrate paleontology
liomild H MneMillaii, colender in tho
Crocker Land exis-dition with Itornp, Is m
Boston, where lie has been eiierviing
the ptepamtion and e(iiiiiment of the
exploration party. Tlie Newfoundland
whaler Diana had been chntteied for the
tiip up north, and according to plan the
oxploieis Intended to sail from Sydney,
N S , for 1'lagler Unv
Vale I'niveisity. Dowdoln Oollegn, Col
gate lTniveritv, the American Museum of
Nntiiiul llihtory, the American (ieographi
cnl Society, tho Now York Academy of
Sciences, and members of tliel'eary .rotic
Chili were among the contributors to the
expedition fund Mr. Iloriip's class in
Vale iilo contributed to the fund.
Although it has not Iwen decided what
chance will he made iu the expedition on
account of Mr, ltorup'-dtMthiin announce
ment will probably be made within sev
eral days in regard to futuie plane. Dr.
i:. t) Ilovev of the Natural History Mu
seum und H. I.. Itridgninu of tho 1'enry
Arctic Club comprise the committee iu
charge of thoexieditlon.
Nt.w IIavk.v, Conn , April 20. The
bislie of tieorge Ilorup, Yale 11X17, and
Id Vale chum, Wintlirop Case, Hill 8 of
Norwich, wlio were drowned off Crescent
Hindi near New London, Conn .yivsterduy
nlleinoon, were lecovered hero to-duy,
SIX MEN WERE SHOT DOWN
Now Snntnnello's T.eliitivcs Siiv
They Will Aet if Prisoner
'Ihe iolice yenterday arresterl Kantello
Sorrentino nml charged him with the
murder on February If, Ifil'.', of .lereminto
Santaiiello, who was shot in the abdomen
at North Seventh and llavetneyer streets,
Williamsburg nntl died live days later
in tho Williamsburg, Hospital l.ust'night
Commissioner Dougherty said thut this
murder was ono of a series of murders
the first of which took place more than
five years ago. Iu initiating the feud,
which Is solely between two Italian fam
ilies, liaphael (iasoonc, who spent thirteen
mouth in the deuth house at Sing Sing,
and became faat friends with Harry K
Thuw and Albert T Patrick, took the main
Sorrentino was arrested at the Long
Island Itallroad station yesterday morning
by Detectives Cavanagli and O'Connor
of the Halph uvenue station, who had
information that ho would be there,
The feud begun when two men named
Santaiiello and Siniscuchi wero shot and
killed nt the corner of Mulberry anil Hester
street, Huphael Uuscone, wlio wuh pros
perous in a smoll way and was considered
u big man around Mulberry Ilend, was
urrested charginl with the double murder
Ho was convicted of murder in the first
degree and was sentenced to die in the
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deathbed he admitted having killed the
two men for whose murder he was tried.
He who killed (iucoue was n hov of If
but a few weeks iu the country, lie hnd
come from Ituly to avetign the murder of
hi uncle by (!acone. The hov, whose
name wu Santatiello. was convicted unci
got a life sentence
(lacone's friends retaliated for hi
murder by killing Mbero Santatiello, a
relative of tlm hov, and Tobero 'ini
enchi, another relative, on April "t, mil.
The man that killed them is thought to
be Andrew Verone, a nephew of (inseono.
Verone esenped to Univ. The Santaiiello
who was killed lat. in Williamsburg, Is
a cousin of tho two men whose death nt
(iasoono's hands started the fond.
I'he police say that if Sorrentino is ac
quitted relaties of Sanlanello have
oenly boasted that they will kill him.
GEN. GRANT LEFT WIFE ALL.
mmitiHt tlm Vtifilict Alt thin tiint li. wnu
Col Henry D lloriii; if iw Vuk the , ho ,,,,, mmN, ,,.,,.,,
voiinir man's father: I'rof, Heritor! I'!.
(iregory of tlie Vulo geological depart-
with Patrick and Harry Thaw, Thaw,
uient and Minotte A Dehorn, n Vnlo class-1 it was suid, put up some of, the money
.. I. .1. I II ... V. I ... I 1.. I. .. 1 II I.. I ... ..I.l- ,
mute, took the Issly of Ilorup to New
needed in the Italian's battle for freedom.
Iut before tho second Tlnw trial
(lascone got an order for a new trial. All
the time he wus in the Tomb awaiting
this second trial lie spent in nraver nml
A conceit for the promotion of Mrs. exhibited huge corn on his knees 'to show
It.illlngtoti Month's ptlmti wotk will he i how devout hewn lie was acipiit tcil
given thla nftcinoon In tie- vtor g.illery at the cecond trial and the S-turday utter
of the Wnldorf-Astoila. Miss I'lllllllie ' iiniii lie uiiuoiiiiceii iiini lie would
A lit .Mm.
Will Fllcil Sa That She la to Care
fur the Children.
The will of MaJor-(ien. Frederick I),
(rant leaves hia entire estate, valued at
more tlianSlii.ooo, to his wife, Ida Honoro
(Irant. The will wan executed at Fort
Sum Houston. Tex . in 103, and includes
I make the foregoing devise and be
quest to my wf alone because of my
assurance that our children, who have
) already been provided for by tho last will
ami testament of my decensed mother,
will he more gratltleil to have their
mother lecclvo the entire estate belong
ing to me than to have It diminished by
present gifts to them, und also of my
confidence, which they will share, that
tin Ir mother will. In mnnnclinr lu.r . u.
1 tale, hae mole regard for their Inter-
eat man rnr her own, will ulwits, If the
necessity theiefor should arise, aid them
or either of them to the extent of her
ability dm lug life, and will divide her
estate between them Justly at her death.
ART SALES AMI EXHIBITIONS.
now ox KXHinrno.v.
Clarke's Art Rooms.
r. urm jjtii nt.
llwltnldli,, I . - I Iffh Ac 11.-1, t
I The Entire Stock
Pemberton Antique Galleries
if lluttnn. Mam,
Thin lnrfto and well known col
lection contiiitiK interostini; ox
Early Colonial Cabinet
Work, Rare China, Shef
field Plate, Mirrors, etc.
With important. Aniititips, col
lected in England and Holland,
and will bo sold hv auction
Thursday. Slay 2d,
a nd followiiiKriayw
at 230 o'clock.
Sale lll ha conducted
hy Ur Au rutu W Clarke,
Malh't-l'ievnM will play piano sohn and
Mls Naomi Sutlicilatid ll.illey will re
cllc Among the pation aie Mrs. I'M-
iiiiind I.. Ilayllcs, Clrirlcs l.anler, Mis.
I IMwaiil N Itieltiing, Mis John II. Hum-
mniiil, Mis blither Konntzc, Mr. M II. ,
Sllekue, Mis, .1. 1 1. I.nnli'i, Mrs.,
U'illlHiii l .Slonnc, l'lidcilrk II. Baldwin, i
walk with bare feel to Mount Curtiioi
Church to gie tluinks for the verdict.
Tho silice thought friiuuN of the dead
man would rttempt to murder (iascone
on thi pilgi image and a Urge iwilicc
envitl was provided There wits no at
tempt at violence
lulling the second Thaw trial (iarentin
i'T, v..i ''il IVii'ii "!' .N''w,i"Vl 'WI,M """'h evidence The following
fellii. .Mis i t lit Mitl I, t-itult It. ! Towiin'iid
I summer hn himself wan phot ns he sat iu
Mm I 111. Mis, Ailhur
'!.'. I III grocei v store lie wa taken
I liudboii street hospital und there on his
llrlilue llenerll turn Stun milil filrl,
A bridge lournaiui iit and tea was given
In the ballroom of the Hotel (lutlmni svcs
tenlay nftcinoon under the auspices of
Auxiliary No. 4 of Stonywold Sanato
i lillll for the benefit of a little gill pn.
Hi nt at thut Institution, Among the pat
loufsrc wein Mis, Henry llowrou,
Mis I rank I Mlodgeti, Mts, Frederick
I.. Iti'Adh'v, Mrs Denrge l.emmril Fisher,
Mis. Addison Alhn, Mrs. Herman V,
lluoth and Mrs. Aitliur CUInl FliU.
' In w Vork To-rlr.
Saleef the J. Jlampden Itobb library, Amrrlcao
Art llallerlrs, S.Ki and a P. M.
j Hoard ot Patronesses nf the United Hebrew
Cliarlttr, meeting, Delmonlco'a, i-M I'. M
' National l.eajue for the (Mile Kdiiratlnn of
Women, debaie heiween Mr. Ida lluslcil Harper
1 and Mis. lillbertJunrs, Waldurf-Aotorla, 41'. M.
American Irish Historical Society, meeting,
Waldnrf-AMorla. 4 P M.
Women's Health Protective Association, meet
ing. 17 West rorti -third street, Jjtn I'. M.
Wnrklnjmen's Circle, convention, Wehitcr
Hall, a V, yt,
TratTlc riab, meeting , Waldorf-Astoria. p. U.
People's Institute, lecture by Calvin Tomklm,
Cooper t nlon, evening,
lecture hv Mr. Winifred Harper Cooley, ijrj
est righty-nrl slrret, a nt p u
Confederate Veteran Camp of New Vork, inrtl.l
1 Ing, Hotel Attor.l i'.U.