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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1912.
to i-eo me eeveral lime afterward, Iii-kkIiik
tne l help lilm. unlit hr koI In lip nucli h
nilthHiiir that I hail In older III til nut of in)'
II max rpn ft nilt(c 1 1mf XXnhhianil .xhee. i
h.m t-hoiild tie nnlou-U t-ceKltik" lo publicly t
fllorrnlll 11 tnari ulto Iiii been nut f nOlio.
nml out nl iiilllli fur uncral xcarn Hill '
t tie J lutxe .i erv llxclv uttered In dehor'
mi Th"V haxr Iippii epcctni; im I" idle,
nome tsiliimnv lltat tnnv or tnHV not rp
uulrn ffinip explanation frnni itiPin riil
Mil perjured iiftiilHMi. In nil litptllicmil the
rrice ol l.ettlt promotion, i- th tesult '
llrnr Wnliln t llmmrron. Mnn.
TIip fPii'Pli "li l r Hnftlrn Waldo and
ttunnv StiPph'in haxe inniP'l tin rxcr
tt arly smiM'f Hip 1'i'II'p Department on hip
l..nt Pecembri . xxhru in v nlTirp xwn in
the I'llllillliC ill Hi HrniiilKiiv, ex-Sheriff
llaye d urine tho iiiillie of a phII on Hip
aikrd Hip If I lioil heard Hun there wan
branch nOlie lor Hip rnlleetlon r police
BMft III Hip llllllltllllt Iluuilnayl I'll
mi- utkliitf lilm what In' nipniit Iip mild In
HihMante 1 1 tit f In" li.nl been reliably told
Ifml petti- Kiitnlillni; Imifo Keeper, nml
others of IlkP IIU co IipIhk lolil !' Iliow
"In Itto Kirn" ' I" no down to I l.i Hroudwny
to make itiPlr iirrniiKi'iiiPiith for police pro
tection ltb ii iiiim mi ntfd An a inuMrr
of 'iiriilv I HKkPit William I'. Sheridan,
nn oi-pollco detect ixu mill now iiiuttiufcr
of a prlMilP detectlie Iniri'Aii. If tip would
not haxe i-liiidoBPil In h"p xiltal lti
Polirp Ivpillim'lit loniiccHnn really were.
Some time later I mil n report from iilterulaii
t told fpvral friend of mine abnut t ho
matter and Mawidicd not In inrddlp with
it nnj' furl Iipi "nix but week while lunch
mg with Wain I munii -Inner Thomiwnti I
lold him nlioiil U ami Iip warned iiip to lopk
mil for Waldo. i-.iltie thai In' xa n mml
dangeroti- man .ind that notip in Now otk
oulrl tip Mifp fmm hi xenccalice
I nexei wauled to eiiib,irrii. Waldo or
hbeehan and regret tho neici-lty I haxe of
making thl. --tatciiient In explanation of
their attack. n miiltpr of l.nl wlipn
Waldo ran for ongrc- and n lipatPti t
helped to pay ld campaign ei-n5c. while
Sheehan exen lion t In ih'tit for liormnnl
I hp rrtainpil Siminpr I'lprard of i.'i
flrondnav an nn aitnmcy to nrprtaln If
lh ftatoniPiit ftirnl.hi'd to thp pro oni
pprnlne nip t artionnlilp If tt t Mpfsr.
Waldo and llpltli will hao th-ir day In
court a dpfpiulnnt in a IiIipI nlt that will
he carried to a flnlh.
TIk copy of tho Shrridan irport men
Uonpil In Mr .lohn?onV ctntPinrnt fol
K i nK,Thnr!.day. Ipr ;v. lull
lnttrlianttr I ' K anrfJ.M A.rrpnrt'
I mi't InvPHllijator l !. I at thn Si
Margaret HoIpI at nboiit n M ami ip
malned around Hip hoti'l whiili i at l?!i
Wput Fortv-sptith Mri-pt until in .to M .
not i-PCtnK miIiJpiI. IpII .ind dlrpci m ii.i
Broadway and m miIiJppi oinn into t !
hulldlnc at li i K M and ku illrpi t to hi
offlrp I'ld not p lilm airalti until almm
S:id V M lip lamp ilimn nn ppalnr In
Ihp iMM'nipnt wltlttn k'Pntli'nian idp-rrip-Hon.
.I fppi o IiipIipi tall, -litu liitllt, i-iiiooih
havpn fni p and dark hulr unit i iiiiiiIpIoii.
bluck dprtiv hat and rothpi. and vonl
Into iafp. lt. llroadH. anil ttipy had a
i oupte of diink llpraalni-il aliout IIIIppu
mlnntP". imiiip out and walkrd up tn C'ort
landt nitPrt . throush toCliureh lri'Pt, and
look Hi- rpatPil train and ciliji-ct lotln
in l'iftv-lhinl htiPpi and t.ik'hlh hxpiiup.
and alitfhtPil and l"ft his fripnd cittinc in
train (! valfcpil up I telitli axpini" m
I'ifH .fifth nrppt. ttu'll vim to Hip Man
wood ari rtnipnt hou-p a' ..31 in 3?.i Npi
r'ift-rlfth htrppt wtiPin Iip rniPiPd Snh
jpci lookpil hark pprnl tliui' and ai'U'd
Hi If Iip a? afraid "I t'pllii; ioIIot-pi! Wp
Mre on Hip oppnaitp dp oi th apntjp.
natcblne p'prv inovp h- mudp
y'c reinmn'tl on wati-h for ocr'no hours,
aud not seine nubiPi't vpiiI np in o If
ihv had a hotpl rpsitpr and tr to larn
th nam pi Hip ppcupan'ii of th" houtp
Twocnlorcd bovmprptn HipIoIiIh and Hipv
refrrrpd tt? to Ihp ioiri:rl!itpndpnt or tanltor.
.lohn Hannpran b nanip. lio wan in an
adjoining room Wo InmiltPd about th
prifp of th iliffprrnt rooms or aia!nr."n,,
and he told u.- from o to f:i Wp.n-kcd him
if anyone by Dip nanipol .1 ' Mieeban livpd
there, and lm fald, win do ou ant in
imow.and wp the parl' wp wptp look
uk for wap an old hif .ind thought
nojflbly Iip mlelit l' Itxlns therp on rt.
i ount of p being a nw houp
' rhrlr 3lrrtlnB With ""lierhnn.
He apked to b pipui-piI h mpmnt and
tepped into a nhnrt hallnax or reres and
e heurd th" rllek nf u telpphnni- 1 faried
over to ipe what via- come on and Mr
ih-sehan and out mbje-t walked out of the
elevator Mr Mc-ehaii - aid. who wani
10 IPC llie'J 'e naid we were 1'iokltlg fet
a rty bv th name of sheehan Inp Iimw.ts
not. th man we were InnVinv for He
I'fllSpd on the tani'oi and Hie colored bo
.and Ihe riitijeri to hold Hie door nml nut
4llow anvbodv to go out, and i,illd lo the
iephone tn rail up .Illl'l hpring and m be
ronnreted with tlie Twenti -slvih Pieiinel.
and ordeird Iwodelecihe-, to be sent ihere
forthwith Detci'lives .Inlin Coiinev and
.lerrv Mc.M.ihoti responded, our iiHiues were
anked and we gave tlie iiattte- of Kellv and
I'ldTk. .Mr. Sltei'lian tons lleliM live ( noitev
upstatrs, after learning I). K calling him
Kelly, and said .Mr Sheehan would like In
talk lo you filniie itp-lalrs
We refused to go upstairs and after
Waiting Milne lime he eanin iloun again
with Mr. Shechoii, who said to us, on
fellows an go now." and turning to tne
said. " I l.nnu you all riglit " We deinaiided
name front -.til lect and nUed hint mIihi
right he hud holding Us, and when he re
fuivnd lnv P I. h said I know u urn
a laivjer and nmr name ft . as I have
ecu vou in eoiirt He turned ven pale,
hut never fpoke. Mr Sheehan trod hard
lo have me admit thai I represented nn -elf
as an officer prohablv lo have some grounds
for an arrest, but 1 told hlni he was verv
much mistaken as I was merely a friend
of Mr Kelly and hnd nothing to tn in
anybody. mi friend told mo he was
looking for a party and I merely accom
panied him there.
. Wo had quite a talk with Ihe detective
i . . . ,
BftiU WO all canipoui loge.incr, anu iieicruvp
Cooney said while h was (hero subject
Id to Mr Sheehan "What do you know
abput that fellow with the eyeglasses know.
Ing jneand calling mo bv name.' and seemed
very frightened about it. Detective Cooney
aid .Mr. iiheehnu i ailed up Hherlft .Shea and
several other people and seemed lo be very
much wornriJ and triug hard to connect
us In tome manner
"Tim subject " mentioned In the re
port. Mi' Johnson said, was the man
whom Mr. Johmon In his statement
spekP of as .
Mr. Jolmron dlscuwed his statement
and added somewhat to It last night.1
Ha Fald that at the time Mr. Hayi.s
mentioned thn existence nf the collec
ilon bureau to him It chu tired that h
tvan connccti-d with a concern which
employed William P. .Sheridan's detec
tive agency and that lit therefore ashed
Hherldan to Investigate. Two prellml.
nary reports weru mado by the tlelei
live agency and then came the Ilnal ie.
port, which Mr. Johnson gave mil last
night. The deiectives, bo isild, made a
nolo nf the men who went Into "the
mibjcrt'H" nfllcc. Mr. Johiisoii refused
to give out the nanii'H of any of these,
Trnccil in MippIiiih'n Home,
When "I hi nubjccl" had been traced
In lltn home of Srcietary .Sliieban, Mr.
.lohllHOIl wild Ihe latter sent for Police
Department ditii'llvcs. t f the de.
trotlVPH Who wwil lo the house, Mr.
Johnson will, w a .1 lirolhci of Harney
Kelleher of th Pollen Department, re
ronlly niBdf a captain. Johnson said
that Commlsi'loiiei' Waldo had been
quoted lo mi" faying to Harney Kcl-
Fifteen Hour Period of Com
fort and Recreation with
Ocean Vistas and Ocean
Ozone, No Trip Equals That
Afforded by the Metropoli
tan .Steamship I.inu - tho
Popular Business and Pleas
ure Route Direct All-the-Way-by-Water
York and Boston. White
Steel Filers Massachusetts
and Bunker Hill.
S-rr AtlmtLrnitnt hi MmniTSlp Cnlumn
loner Hint Iip hadn't done anything for
him befot'p bci'atiso IiIh lirotlier wa try
Ihk to linrni tho i'nitiiiili"sliiiu'r nnd ,lls-
iTPillt the I'ollrp Di'imrtnient.
Kltlipr Mr, !Jherhaii or Mr. . Mr.
.tnliiiMou wilil. Idi'lltlllrd ono of the two
Shrridan dctcctlx t m.
.lohnson !ald Unit o far u.i he v
coiipcnifi! he wan absolutely clear of
any part In any xtirh cusp ns that pur
portnl to bp iK-HiTllied In the atlldavlt
nml Hint If hl. natno so niPiitloiied
It nan a "di'llbprntii Hp." Hp said that
when lieltli went to lilm lie told Hip
thi'ti lli'iitrimnt that lie llmiiKlit It fool
Ifih in HiiKKcHt that Coiiitnlsi.'lonor lilm;
ham uniilil take any inniipy or bo a
party In a IraiiMU'llon In which money
WIIM pU.!Pd for Mllt'll llirlOK.
Ailililional ltnits nf tin- im'idiit.H
diwriln-il by Mr Inhiwoj hi liavinc
tMTiirntl I.ipI witiier worn olitaimHl Lift
nisht KollohiT. it wan Htatecl. it-pro-M'titfil
hiniri'lf when ho went tn Mr
Slipphan'1 liiiiup a a ilppulv SheiilT
on an pi rami cnnnerlpil with tho SlinrifT'H
"Mr- Affpr ho hail unkoil fnr .Mr. HIipp
tian and wim waitint; to kw tin- M.oreturv
Di'toitlvph I'ljiittp.v ami McM.iluin of tho
Wot rorly-viyptitli hIippI pollon Klatioii
arriyiil and linked him whn h" was
Ki'llelipr. who w.is accnminiiipil liv tho
other nperatiui from the nRPticv whn wan
wiirlilnp with him nn tin. ca.o. told tho
Mory nf Ix'iiiR a tlppuly Sheriff but deelimd
to toll tho tleteetiu's what lin wantpil nf
Mr Shoeliaii U-yniul Kaving that it wan an
important mat (pi I do di-tectivi's li-tl
him ami went in to Mr Sheetmn WIipii
they rptnrned Ki'llehiT. who explained
afterward that ho was anxious tn l
pertain that it wag Secretary Wjnlield It
Sheeluin who livwl in the atvirtment.
tnld tho t)lici delofMivPs that ho witi
lookiiiR for another Sheehan. 'Ihey tnM
him that the Sheehan he inent iotieil
(lidn't liyo theiii. Meanwhile ho hail
showed a ileputv Sheriff's shield. Kelleher
insisted lie hadK-en told that the Sheehan
he iiieilliolieil lived theio ami tho Hilic
detectives returned to Mr SheMhan'M
npartmeiil. After Hint Secret.m-Sla-ehan
raine out liimsplf. s,ild that he'wa.s Win
field I! She-ban and asked If h'l was the
one they wanted to sec. The private
deiectives kept up Hie jiliy atmut Innkini;
for another Sh"?han and went awav
AllluiUKh the mie detectivrs ami I hi
prival deloctivps l.iler inel and chattpd ft'r,n ,, ounty prorccutor nf the Ul-
together it was mil revealed who thp'r!1 developments of the case against
privnto detectives were nr what their
rp.il ertntid vva. It was stated last night
WPi-n called ill bv Shnphan to sav wbptber
or not thpy had since le-irtted win, Ini
de IcMies" H aTbe .hed the;
rested bin, while be was at Mr 'Mn
hoii-w. as it would hav.1 can-vt a lot of
Trleiidlj Willi MnlHn.
Mr lohnson war akd last night al-out
his lelatWis with I'omtnisslotier Waldo
and Secrel.jry Sh"s'hari Hn said that Ihev
had alwayt- l-een friendly. U the time
Mr Waldo was .1 candidate for t'nngresa
Mr .loluison said he contributed lo Mr.
Waldo's campiign and worked for bis
election. When Mr Waldo was Kire Com.
miss-inner, ho said, be had sought to get a
franchise forthe installation nf automatic
building tiro alarms from the I'oiumis.
sinner ami the latter had refused to give
I hi- Mr .lohn-un said, hsil hmderisl
him in Ills efforis to organi.p the busine-s
in iIipso alarm, which Iip was planning
Hp said that he still hoped to get Hip
comtmiiy MartPil. however Mr .fohuson
p.vplaincil his rpfprpinn to Mr Hipchan's
bfrroAing money from him by saying
that .'heflnn borrowed fum som lime in
Ith" i,-iniiaicn which resulted in Die elis.
,, ,',f ayor liuynor
(ien Theodore Itiiigham said vesler
dav that he wntilil nn say anything nhntii
the affidavit at tills lime He -.ilded that
he bad h'on r.-iiuesti-il to appnir before
the Aldermanic committee and thai h
wniilil then say what he bdfl tn say. H
had not yet been stipbo na.-il. be said,
so tin didn't know when ho wat, to be a
( apt Roith would not talk of the affi
davit which was crediliil to him
Alfred J Jnhnsnn is now employed in
the nfticn of Daniel (i Kenl of the liock
Island. He became secretary In Mayor
flraiu in tss and later was secretary tn
Mr (Irani's campaign cmnmitleo when
the Mayor wnsa candidate fur reelect inn.
He was formally a member of the Tam
in.iiiy general commilten and was l.'nder
.Sheriff under Sheriff Nichola. ,1 Have..
Thomas Hasset t was at one t into a st etiog
rapher in thn ofMoe of David 11 Hill when
Mr. Hill was IJculenanl -(!ov ernor In
the administration of Mayor Mii lellan
he was chief clerk in the 'Major's nflicn
and later was assistant secreimv to the
Mavor Ho b's'aiti" spcr.'larv ol ihe
Hoard of WaterStipph in lon.'i.nnl resigned
in .laiiil.irv . lulu Mr IJ ..i ll's iunn was
mentioned in nun "f the letters lo.t bos"
vv Inch were reeen id bv I 'hat les I ' Mtirpbv
when he was at Mount Clemens In
January, inn, he became confidential
adviser tn Slate Engineer llnl His
oflW is in lbany
iioi:,t nc..vii:viiii'.n iicith,
IIkispM nr Hp Can't llecnll crlliB
Cnptnln With .Inhnann,
Albaw, Sept. 17 -Thomas Ilassett
"I have no rpcoll ctlon of Mr. Keith
ever calling on me In company with
Mr. Johnson or any one els". I would
not know Mr. Keith If he called on nv;
now. I have no recollection of such
HAWLEY ESTATE TAX IN COURT.
sull for HX,it7t flroaichl tn Test Sec
tion nt Kntliin l.niT,
TorBta, Pfipt. 1 7. Attorney-General
John H. Dawson brought suit In the
District Court to-day to collect more
than U".H"Q Inheritance lux from the
esiati of I'dvvin Uawlpy of New York.
The ult is not brought In cnmpcl
the est.iip to pay. as the udmlnlstrators
ale willing to send their check to Kan
sas at Mine. It Is brought to test sec
tion of the Kansas inheritance tn law
relating to icclprocal relation between
The Allnrney-fleiieral and the Slate
Tax Commissioner contend thut thin ie
clprocal feature of the Kansas law Is
Illegal and ngnlns tpubllc policy, while
the administrators of Die llavvley estate
bold that they arc eenyii from the tin
because New York would exempt Kan
sans frniii paying a lax In that Slate,
Mr. Ilawlcy owned l.'i'Jti.noo worth of
stock of the Missouri, Kansas ami
Texas and the Kansas City, Mexico and
U'ient railroads. The total lax on these
shares was 112,671. IB. Tho two rail
roads are Kansas corporations and the
heirs stock In each cannot hp sold until
the Inheritance tux Ie paid.
nun r' i pci i vp.s i nntiev aim .iic.uanou i, .,,..! it,.. ,,.111 c ,i. i....i narii iniuizi'T siepneu out oi tne
had Is'eii seen at INihcn lleitdtiu. triers : it- .... crowd of waiting lawyers and said that were not in tho gray i
twice siiicn that tint., and that they had I '"", ' p he apicared as (libson's representative. Kiv-e snrs be mw u."
gone In N-cictarv Sheehan's iirtico I lio I -' ' cm-cuioi oi .Mrs. w.tniy cs- lie wantod it made platti that ho was itlr c.tr ..
staleoumt .is iii.iiIm lit ll,,,... en I Into nnd acri'Cil tn .in r.dtimriiliioiit ,,r nnl f :ihnn's Inu i-xr i,w.,..li- l,i r.,,,,. I ' 1 " 1
thlsinfnrmatioiiwasth.it the ileln.tiv I Hip in iic4illin.s wntativr " llohtl IV" m ve l i ga t ion
SZABO KIN HERE
TO FACE GIBSON
Krotlipr of Woman Brings
Photographs lo I'rovr
TELLS HER LIFE STORY
Sister Was Waitress When
WIM. CASK IN UOfKT
Surrosntt! (irants Delny on Con
ilition That Lawyer (Jet
red checked man with up-
stnndlm; hrnnzo niustncho and brlst- '
Mm; pompadour, the nnut luiiortant
wltne.ss acalnat l,jwver llurtoti W.
tilbson, now In jail In tlosheii charged
with tie minder of Ito-e MeiischlK 1
S,,bo, talked o.T the Kaiser Wlthclm '
II. when It docked yesterday.
lie Is I'Vanz Mennldk, a brother of
the woman who waa drowned In (ircen
wood Lake, and he left his work In
the Vienna pout ollicc tn cnltle to Ibis
,,, ,' . ,, ..v.. ii, .i '
.. o' . .. ... .. . ,
iirs, j7.aiMi was Ills Msicr. tint! sue was
the Woman who noL'ssi'd more than
iln nan nt ii,.. ii,,,., ..i .i,..itt, ,,.i
thai her mother, tn w hom she Is sup-
posed to hno left her money, was dead
wbn Mrc. Szalm's will was made.
in...,, ii,. I.-..I.- i.m....i... .1.-
ll. I lil - iriill-l ,1 II, 4 111 11113
.ustr.,.uiignrl.iii fousnlalp had don-
., , ..0,.,, r, -r, , lli, u
more than satlylbil with what he had
It.. luM ll,.,. 1 ,, 4 I....I .ltl.
. . . ......
mm !,,. i inn., ii.iii "ixmiii iiii
mm (lociimeniH cert leii ny tne .Mncr -
... ,., ..... . .
1...1 . I... .i, ' ",
-"-. ' ii n" ua
" - , ."lin in, lawje.
was his slstpr ami that hi r mm In r was
dead when the will was made
lines In Mlililli liiil ll.
When he liml llnlshed with Tranz Dr.
I'lschcraurr climbed aboard a train for
Mldiiletowii. where liv wbhed In omfei
with District Attorney Kodgcrs and In-
the Jailed lawer.
morning Surrogate IViwIer
Itm h.. nrn.i t.. it,t.. ,.t,i,
MM ,,tim aitachtd If before ,,,'"nn wf lo Re rrep.
"" '0,M ,'",'r' lial tJibs",, fuPy
w HI tell the con.idnnll.'tlly "V?"1 " hf (r on Sepleml-.r 31. .
" l"" lrU the lawyer Is !
accused of dl-slpallns Is still In hl "Hp wantV to aprwar himsplf ' said
pimschslnti and can be produce fie.Mr (iold?ir. ieiking of ("ibsnti. "o
Surmctiie s.t. hn nl adjourn Hie i liisn't a lnwyer as yt in th umror pisp '
l in at lug mi t lie pet 1 1 Ion to fi dite after
l.hsnn may In expected
to appeal for htm-elf
If the legal repr.sentallve whn
peared fnr (iibsnn wMrrday cannot as.
sure the court that the money Is Intact
the hearing will not bo adjourned, nnd
the court Intimated very ilcnrlv that
he wntilil I- Inclined to grant the
I ran". Mensclilh was met at the pier
when the Kaiser Wllhelnjl dorked In the
afternoon by a secretary from the Aus-
man consulate and hurried to the otlice
of tlie conulate at State ,irPr
H- had enme second cabin. I
lie seemed uncomfortable In his new
blue sob nnd clinker collar nnd a lltfle
hewiiderfd at the sight of so many
ipiestloners vvhn swarmed about lilm
'h n lhy gnt lilm to the consulate he
was taKeti to a rear rnom and there
nesf Imied bv Dr. n"chenm'i for
more than an bntn .
The tlrst thing the tall portnl clerk
did was to pull from bis pocket three
picture-. I wo of his sister the
Couut.'.s" Swibo. one taken when she
... , ,, ,,., ,.n
was is and Ihe other when she was
and a photograph of Ills mother
Dr. I'lscheritinr took up the tlrst pic- I
tine nf the dead woman and found him-
self ,,oklng at a very comely cirl. Tn
the nlcture she wore the nld fash-
loncd tight fitting valst III style in
the 'so-t. She had mi earrings in the
picture and huge combs In her hair,
piled up on top of her head.
l.imUeil tn Hp Thirl J.
The picture taken when she was four
earn older showed how itll'kly she
bud aged In the time between tlm two
photographs. The -ecend picture showed
the fai e or ,i woman whn might Iiiivp
I,.iii .in yars nld.
She wore a low neck gown with big,
pnrTi sleeves nnd bead trimmings. Much
,,f Hie charm of the curlier plcturn was
gone. The picture of the mother waa
Hint of a kindly fneed elderly woman In
Then Dr. Klscheraucr took from hli
desk a picture of the dead womnn taken
shortly before she camo to her death.
At the sight of It the brother broko
down. Hp wept a llltlo nnd then sa'd
that he had no doubt that this was
his sister, though he had not seen her
for nineteen years.
Thin Is the story that Franz told tho
reporters through an Interpreter:
lie said that he was 3R years old and
that his sister Hose, was seven years
older. She, he said, was the youngest
nf four sisters, 1V hod four brother.
Ills father kept a IXtlc inn at Prerau
Manhren, near Vienna, and there his
sister Tlobe waited on the table and
looked after the wants of the guests.
filrl Meeln rnhn.
Une day there clanked In In his full
regimentals uj-ood looking young sol
dier, a Lieutenant In the reserves, who
Immediately showed his fancy for Hose.
This was Hela von Sr.ahn, not a count,
but a Hitter, or knight of gcutln birth.
Friinx never saw S.abo, but ho heard
from bis brothers that Ills sister Hose
bad reciprocated the feelings of tho
young olliccr and It was no surprise to
lilm to learn nf her marriage.
Her father was dead at the time of
the marriage. Her mother, I'etrnnella,
was pleased when she learned thnt her
daughter hail married so Well.
S.abo bail (iiarrelled with his family
when ho lold them of his intentions to
marry tlie innkeeper's daughter mid hail
come to this country He sent hank
money and hail Host; coiiih to this city,
where thoy were married in 1HB4.
Hi iso could not write, hut her husband
wrotn In the family in Premu, Mlhren,
telling of the daiiKhter'Hlsafn arrival and
marriage. Hosn had scrawled a signa
ture with a lieu nvhiouslv irniitisl liv n
I masculine hand
I 'I ho Menschik family heard several
limey for tho next two or threo years
An American Product That
Sets the Standard for
about their dauchler's whereabouts and
welfare and then tho letters dropped on.
On A mil 28. inot. Hzahn ill.! Kr.n-,
hud a clipping in liis pocket showing I
money fuVnhl.led Ty ZJZ
imppr of this city. T1i widow went to '
ive, as a nousyKoeper fur William Kchu-
Her friend (leorRe Tiechman, n waiter
"ml oim of the important' witnesses for
le I'riise.-iilioii in the capnKainst Olbsoti,
7" l".t?rJ W? : "nco or t ice. She
J .lr, '' t.nd done to her
I'etrnnella Mpnsclilk died on l-'phrilarv
i ,i.i !..... " i." ii" r.i. v
wiic iit'i rwitt mill 111, 1IHS 1 11 II mill
Hie cprtillcite signed by tho parish prist
to prove it Then chitip the letter from
Tiecliinaii lo the Vienna tinlien nskitic
,h? wliorpaliouts of the Menschik family.
'"" ol "lis year iip says they re -
ccived another otter from Ti....hnmii
nivtnr' thnt Mrn Sinlinlmil lumn mLlnf
liriu slin ..fiiilil fiivnat ii nnri a..,,rr it,..?
"'le as coming In i-nna in August ,
tin with i nnnin m-n
,. . ,
Kran. was taken to the Austrian Home
u. , "H , I
"i,u .."S ,, ihlH nwl l?r. Kfc'lJrI '
nnpp ru ,or , iram tor .Middletown
iiiid his tonfercne with the District
Ill lliS tHll'Sot ill, llllll Lllnr. rnn
. ... ' , :
Ur Hull I,l,,u ,1 I. i.b . . n r... n rA.i
V ' "7 " ". "" i '"" '.' '. ' ,
ll lie hand and s ivii"i "One hn Knnws" '
ilni, ii,., ,r sicued with
name. ( unoiislv enough
ie.-ivcii m tn.. consulate yesterday
contained Hip samp mfoi tnation
l liy warned Hip I nnill againsl the
practices of a c"rtain woman in Ihe case
nnd told him to watch her closely, as
Ipceived lsrsnn. with bntn '
it. zuzx:or'' "nd waH ,
i nre was lois of curiosity among the '
ssctators m tipj Mirrogate s f ourt when :
the petition to remote (iibsoti as the '
M-cutor of Mrt. Szalm's cstatn came .
""l tb" m,i:ri,v;"l0 lawyr.
"V, IIT-II.I ll I,, -,-- ,,1, Vt,lll lII1'
I "nn no mi ion Miouin y in Ken liere until
. lawyer, so that counsel h, t,
, -' ; ,v '
ap-jor(,or , )ro,, hm Hfp K.,hi ,,'1,;.
, matter of life and death, this is merely I
one of funds "
Mr Coldler when asked if he would
? t" communintte with (ilbsnn siid.
, 11 " " ', wiimiintaii.. with hi.,,
and I ho w to 1p abl In onmmuiiicato
with his cntmsel soon."
The counsel for the Austrian Cmtsulale
tnld the court that a. $7. PHof Mrs SimImi's
'estate had disappeared they opposed the
' adjournment, but tho Surrogate decided
i adjourn the hearing until he gels the
. . .i. : , " " r.i'r
sentative as to the whereabouts of the
DEFEND ON SCHEPPS LETTERS.
BrcUer's l ontnrl Mope lo niaeredll
Witness lii Them.
Hot S'rtltofl, Ark., Sept. 17 A Mir
prise wat sprung Ibis afternoon whet,
i Hip ipiestlon of the letters received b
if'"" '' ' "e ,,
those from Scbepps tn P.osp was brought
... . . ,,,kr, ' ' ,
mi Scbepps from Paid Jack Hose nnd
.,..'' J". '. I
in- iiiiiii in lite inner ,--viieiis wrote:'
" on i n t nunt r vnunsct
"""'' " rr" "ruepps. i ...ws:
' " " " "" corrnno-1
rate a few lies, for Instance. Hint 1 paid
the Jl.non to 1,. I,, on Forty-second
street, nnd n few others 1 dare not men
tion? However, Jack, my name Is Sam
and I don't go hift.'k on a pal, such as
Another statement In this 'same let
ter on which stress Is laid I".
"Yes, I have been and am very sorry
for it. ns now to prove mv loyaltj to
vou I must bcciiine a siiuealer. Still. I
am willing pvpii nl that cost, up tlip.se
iiindttinns thai you will only exppotii.,,. nicbt ! (Ind th fnrmor .,i.....u
me I i tell the truth and nothing but th"
truth, or else to write, word for word,
what vou expect nf me."
The Uecker people hold that these
statements shnvv that Scbepps was will
Ing, In please Hose, to swear to any
thing, "word for word," that Hose might
write for lilm. This, they sny, Is enough
to dlsctedit him.
In New York n man cannot he con
victed on the testimony of accomplices
and many of tho statements made here
by Sheppa would Indicate he Is nn ac
complice. District Attorney Whitman will say
nothing regarding the letters. He says
he Is well pleased with the Information
he has received. He got a telegram to
night which worried lilm, but he would
not tell from whom It came nor Its
BANKER ENDS HIS LIFE.
ffenrBr C. Morrison of flnltlmore.
Wilson Chairman, Takps On In Club
IUt,TlMOlin, Sept. 1. -George C Morri
son, president of the Title Guarantee and
Trust Company, second vice-president of
thellaHimore'i'nisttVimpaiiy and rncently
eleoted chairman of the Wilson campaign
committee, committed suicide to-day in
a room at the Haltlinore Athletio Club.
Ho was t2 years old nnd leaves o widow
and one child.
Tho most deliberate preparations had
been made to effoot his death with a
nnd a revolver was at hnnd should the
othor means prove unavailing.
A few days ago linen sat ions were made
by flov. (loldshorough that Mr. Morrison
and other leudcrs nf the business ami
sociulzlifn of Harford county, whom he
had a handsome home, had mucin mis.
representations concerning the Harford
county horse racing bill In a puhllo
statement (lov, (loldshorough had said
thai had not ho been deceived bv the
statements of Mr Morrison anil 'other
representative men h would never hnvo
signed Hie hill which allows racing nt
Havre do Orao,
GYP AND LEFTY DENY
; GIVING TIP TO POLICE
'Two Suspecls Sny Clinnco He
vcaleil Tlieir lliilinp: IMnrr
IliAHIll (IVKK T1IK A R H I '.ST
.Mfi.ss IhM'Inros Thai Ho Mado
No Complaint Altoirl l)otih
I.pfty '.mile Kosfinlierg Rnd (iyp tho
HIoikI Horowitz! denied yesterduy that
they had given tho pnlico n tip as to their
hiding placu In Olendale. (jueena. They
told their lawyer, Charles (5. V Wnlile,
that their capture was tho result of mere
chance, nnd that if Mrs. HosenlierR hadn't
been seen by a detective who lived in
Olendale anti who happened to know Iter
well they would Ktill lie at liberty
, . ' Uy the
l,ollcc ll,ln, HosnlHTR. 'We went
""i nearly every nay aim were con
stantly near policemen It was (list a
piece of bad lin k that led In the arrests
"lAst Friday Mrs Itosenberg went to
Meeker's delicatessen store to buy somo
food As sho was returning one of
t 'ougherty's men who lived in tho neigh-
lioilmod caught i cllmtwii of her Ho
i l.,,.. L, , . I ..!,! I.nnr11..
I ' ,? . 1 1
' Ih-Hpvh his eyes He hurried over to
'Manhattan and told Douchertv that hn
had seen Mrs. Rosenberg cnter'the housy
t T.Vi Wnslwnnl nvmiio
"Then, as we have been told. Uniigherty
got lillsv nnri nut mn nroiuid our
boue A little wnll" before the raid was j
timde we saw two men on the Hie escape .
They were trying to look into the clining i
1 ll'm ll IP II I HIV IMl.l I I Nil. 11,1.11
-ltl-l them they climbed down in a
room When Ihev siiw that we had
"Th raid itself was funny The de
tective who knocked at the door stuck
.... - .....
u e, ,, ,,, .ilf niio nr nor rr emi iM-ampr
ha! fivn the
ttlnod. I've go! viiu1'
shotiteil Kratupr backd away, say-
itig "I'm not (iyii.' and then Harry called
m 'I'm (iyti. Put up voiir gun '
Itrltrrntr Itenlnl Minnl tnrilrr.
In their lull, with iHiunMil vo.tnl.ii'
it, ,n. I itn..M.i tU,M
rr-u h?: ,ht r r
'" ',"m"'' '" "'
uientiucat ton oi iiiein mane nv i-oiiis
Krese, n waller. In court nn Monday
I -ive were not nnywiiero near ine .Metro.
pole, said Unsenlierg, and i f course
ntinued vestetday his I
asked for by i
acinic District Attorney Moss to detpr
whether lh- (sillce suppres-ed or
attempted tn Mipprps pvidence found
m H- apsnment occupie.l bv lio-.enberg
Hr..witr. and to ce,r up ih- cr-
""l"'',J'n", ,,r nTT"' "r
investigation is pspcted
either to corroborate or shatter th
citing storr told bv Deputy I omnussioner
potigbenvof the long and skilfullv planned
,,,m ,n ,b" ,f ,h 'lir
While th Justice, wat, holding the secret
iimutry the District Attorney'n men
I were investigating n storv lold by Br-
nard Schwartz. ,i tinsmith who lived m
the Woodward avenuo aailment house
with his wife and live children and who
was at home when the il-(ectives seiiv-d
I'losenberg and Horowitz. Sohwarlsr,'s
slory ,inteiestd the District Attorney's
He said that the detectives who made
the raid made nn attempt to keep nui-t.
as thpy entered Hie Imii-w Thev were
laughing and talking. Shwarl- said
"(inldstem." one of I hm called out
"Holdstein Do von know anybody here
by the name of lloldstein "
Schwartz said that the d elective
tramped imisllv into the house and lip lo
, the Hosenlierg.Horowit?' rial. They had
, no trouble gelling in, he Mid, and thPy
did not have In forco a donr.
'I ho tinsmith said that Itospnlierc anil
""Ml""''""" ""r mnven inin tno
plac on August 11, Ihe day that a retired
iilireman. known in the i,vli.lilvrhl ,.u
iiis mnvn.l ,.t
...,,. ,,. . ,, .
. .. - ; p.... . ....-..
,-..... ......--. j..,,-
itor of the house. On August 1 1 he an
liouiiivd that he was going lo leave the
neighborhood. He told neighbors that
ho was going to a littl" town in Connecti
cut where he had a chance tn open a mov
ing picture "Rhow. He said his avirtmeut
would betaken by n young Jewish couple.
A few hours after bin furniture was re
moved Itoseitlierg and Horowitz. arrived.
I, fink tnr Former I'nllef innn,
'Ihe District AtturtievV men weintiymg
known in thn iieighborh-oil as ltoihs
i I her considered that another interesting
coincidence had been uncovered in tint
the fugitives movements had ls"'n
coupled m a way with Ihe movements, of a
former member of the i-olioe force.
Deputy Commissioner Dougherty in
sists that tho arrests of Hosenlierg and
Hotowitz were brought about exactly as
descriliod by him, and that liars are at
tempting to discredit tho splendid work
done by tho detectives. The John Deo
investigation will show, says Mr, Dough
erty, that the police acted honestly,
oaibly and intelligently. Deleclivo
Michael Meyers, one of the captors of
Lofty and Gyp. teslilled vesterdav in the
John Doe inquiry. It is not known what
Detective "iiyera said liefore Justice (ion,
but liefore going into tho Justice's cham
bers lie said;
"The arrest of Gyp tho Blood and Wy
Ixmio was brought about by me and at
my own expense, I kept two stool
pigeons for three weeks in a cafd on
Grand street, about a block from where
Lefty's family lived. I knpw that ho and
his wife freuuented that caft',
"I knew the people wilh whom thpy
were accustomed to associate, I have
known Oyp and Lefty since they were
boys. In fact I introduced Gyp to the
girl he manned. With two stool pigeonn
and a very clever girl who lives in Harlem
and whom I induced to accompany the
stool pigeons I overhenrd many things
is to the whereabouts of the fugitives,. I
caught scrapH of many conversations
"'Hie stool pigeons reported to inn
nightly and I at once turned over what
information I hnd ucuhlred to Com
missioner Dougherty, ihe nrrest was
brought about just an .Mr. Dougherty
says, by piecing things together ami with
additional Information that I personally
had seoured regarding the location of
the laundry and tho moving picture show.
Detective Cnsossa was sent to hang
around tho laundry and when it was
located Commissioner Dougherty sent
mo to niuko thn arrests,
o Letter, n Mcjcrs.
"There were no letters found In Ihe
flat and there is no reason for making
Kuch a commotion about them."
In addition to Deteotive Meyera other
deteolivcB and u newspaper reporter wero
f ntlPMiotipd ns to tho rorrecttiPM of tho
'story Hint lettern liad been found.
Acting District attorney .ioss cieiiip.i
VpslnrrhiV (bat tin bail pharcpd tilP t'ollCft
t)epartmeiil with bad faltli or that h
iihii sum lenern wern nu'i'ii-w".vi. ..-
Inaeeurate and conflicting reports ha
been printed on the relation of the Pollen
Department to th recent arrefl of tpftl'
Luiilaiid l!"pthe Itlood A short statement
Irnm the HlMrlet Attorney's orflp-i Is In
t hae not Mated that the gunmen lute
Important Mtprs whh'lt Hie pollcp have
siiiiiirixsed nor that Hie l'ollie Deiiarttnetil
aPled in bad falllt I hap not mad" nnv
slalenient id' lestltnony clen before .lu.
lite t.iift I did not glxn any statement
as In Ideiillllcfltlnti of HiPe gunmen by any
witness. No stalenients ltae been bIvpii
as In hat any ltns would teptlfj-, though
some pietpttded slulPiiiPtits haxo bepn
published 'that is not Hip way lo prepare
for a l rial ll lsuitplpaMinttosppedltnrl.il
cotninenl on too much talk when In fact
reporters are obieetlng becaiip they are
not glcn enough news.
The eact facts In Hie present situation
are- 'I hat liecaup of Hip publication of
spp' lllc charges that policemen suppressed
letters that were In (he apartment on
Woodward nxenuo 1 moved promptly he
roic .tustlep tiofT for a J ltd Id In I Imiiilry.
That imiiilry is proceeding privately and
thoiotighly. No slatetnenls have been
made as to the testimony in that proceeding
and none will be published unless Hie.tusHee
make Hi hearing public nr unless somebody
Is held for trial on a criminal charge. If
nn offeme, has been committed It will lie
tll-i'otcicd and punished, but it is Important
that nobody shall softer through hasty nr
Incorrect nncluslons nr from sho mere
tact that Ivi IsiulPd as a witness
Mr Moss again questioned Mrs. Hoen
berg, Mrs Horowitz nnd Kramer, the pick
pocket, arrested with the Hosenbercs
Illl'l IK'll'WM.ri. Ill' w imh im-,i.vi
Attornnv liecnni- angrv ovpr the altemplf.
0f photographers to take pictures of tb
voiint' women ncainst their wishes. He
nnd Horowllxcs. Th" acting District
'said that, if Mich attempts were renewed
the would sinasli I no cameras ami very
I likelv cause arrests
Intends tn I'rntpct Wtsp,
i,,,) piuiMavor." said Mr Mos. !
S,,M, l!(senlerg and HornwitTi to lb"
electric chair, but I -tin I' do U wuli a I
the comfort that can b" provided, make it ,
as easy as possible Hut I shall protect
tliPir wives Hgainsl the pliotograplipr.
I will not in lliis cas pennil the usual
outrages perpetrated liy pliolngrnpners
I "I hno called the photographer- into
' ,.P1. " 1.n r.,., . , I 1 1 a,I "fillrl I tloV
tnv ofllie. " h" continued, "and I hnV"
told them that I would personally protect
tin- women. If necessary I warned them
that I would sina-li lb" camera of any
man trying tn tihntographthemand then
hale hiin before liistic" tioff on a charge
'Hi" camera tupji withdrew
Mr. Moss. aflcV nile-l ioninc the volinc
women unl K miner for nn hour, declined
... .i: I .. l., t 1 . I I.. (I.n
lir, fliwiiMJ wlml liml tins-.,! In tlie ex-
ASKS $100,000 FOR LIBEL
, Itlofinatl Chai'STS .Mnni' With
....... ... t..: ti:...
Illlt'lll III lll,lti' llllll
Tapers in the libel action which Alder
man Henry H. Curran. chairman of the
Aldermanic committeo which ia investi
gating th" Policn Dep.irtmen t. said Inst
week he would bnnc against Mayor
' Caynor werp Frved on th? Mayor yoster
' Alderm-in Curran iiskn for -lOn.-W)
1 damages. The papers were served on Ihe
Mayor in hi-? office nt th City Hnll just
after he returned from lunch. They alio
were filed in tho County Clerk's office.
In his complaint Mr. Curran. through
his attorney, Samuel J. Itosensohn. state.i
that tho Mayor is "well known through
out Ih" city and Stale of Nw York and
throughout the United Slates and else
where unci adds: "and on account of his
position as Mayor of lh saidcity as well
as on account of his fwi.it ion. prior lo bis
election ns Mayor, ns a Justice of the
Supremo Court of the State nf New t oik
nnd an Associate Justice of tlie Appellate
Division of th Supreme Court of the
Sialo of New York for the Second De
partment, his utterance cotnnimded the
respect and attracted the attention of lh
public throughout Hip IJniled Stales arid
plsew here "
The complaint ipin,p the ordinances
rplating to the luvnsmg of news stands
anil thpn reads thai in the performance
ol his duties as they are imposed upon
him by the ordinances the plaintiff "did
Ids utmost to prevent any (mrson Irom
getting anv money from the applicants
f()r lioo for maintaining and operating
,,ws stamH. stioo smnmg suinns ana tt,e
like and never received any money from
anybody in connection with the perform
ance of'tlie nhovu dutius, as the defendant
well knew "
(In nr about September i, tlie com-
plaint continues, "for the purpose nf
diverting ihe inquiry into tlie conduct
of the Police Department" by the Alder-
tnanio comniittee, "and for the purpose of j
intimidating the plaintiff as stieh chair
man." made, comimsed and published con
periling the plaintiff faNoaud defnmatory
Ihere follows a copy of lite Mayor's
letter to Mr Curran. published at tbe
lime, in which the Mayor mid that h" I
iniild nnl ally himself with Mr Curran
in any effort tn discover wrnngdoiugi
in lite lolice Department. Ihe .Mayor
told or the money paid for news stand
licenses ami continued:
The method by which this Is done is that
the Mderninn, In place of dealing with the
licensee ersonally nnd handing the rertt
rieate over to lilm personally, as the law and
official duty require, refers such license to
,i go-between, who holds It and refuses to
deliver it to the licensee until he is paid for It
I have no doubt that the Aldermen who
do I bts sharn In the extortion lnones .
Kvidenie has accumulated here that you
pur-mo this system 1 do not see how I
can expect the police to lie honen when
they see on every hand that even the Alder
men of the city are taking graft ierotnly
or nre enabling corrupt go-betcenj lo
I cannot nlk myself w ith you In any effort
lo investigate the conduct of any official
or nn department of the ety government
My attention has alfo been called to the
fnei Htm on have or late several limes
published statements with regard to vour
visits to this office which tin very far from
beingtruthfitl Tftnt is. mul her reason wh I
do not wish to have anv p-lallon with you.
In his complaint Mr. Curran says that
the Mnvor "by said defamatory state,
ment niennt and intended to mean that
tho plaintiff in the performance of his
said duties as ineinU'r of thn Houttl of
Aldermen was a grafter' nnd mused
money o Ihi illegnly obtained and ex
torted from the applicants for news
stands as a consideration for his indorsing
his eminent iinnn such application and
tn his consenting to tho grant of such
license, nml Hint he shared in said ex
tortion money "
The complaint also states that the
Mayor lias "published false statements
regarding Mr. Cumin's visits to Ills office"
and to l he effort that Mr. Curran and other
inomliere of the committee "did not in
tend to perform their duty ns suoh com
mil tee mid make an honest nnd non
luirtlsan investigation into the Police
Department." The statements com
plained of, Mr. Ctirrnn says, "were and
ar false ami worn known liy the defend
ant to lie false wlien no mane mom
and xvoin mado liy him malleiously and
with intoiit to injiiro tho inintlfl."
It may be said nf n
woman that she seldom
falls to make the mosi
of herKclf. She Is -.1
past master in the tin
of wearing clothes.
Though a woman lie
so small of stature f 1 1 . 1 1
one might put her in
his coat pocket she is
r And more often than
not, a woman's ability
in hats "and frocks is
in Inverse ratio to her
Which explains why
the most char mi nil
women in the world
are not always the pret
tiest. Now, you may sa
that a woman's pas
sion for dress Is the
sheerest vanity, but
what is man's negli
gence in dress but con
celt? ' For if it be true that
a beautiful woman who
spends a fortune on
clothes is but gilding
the lily, how shall you
excuse a man's indif
ference to his personal
appearance who is only
a sunflower to begin
' No man can afford
to be negligent of his
personal appearance, no
matter what his sta
tion in life may be; he
owes it to himself, (o
his family, to his busi
ness and to society to
dress to advantage,
whether at the oMice
or at the opera.
And no man can af
ford to overlook Saks'
clothes who wants that
exclusiveness of style in
his garments w h i c h
shall entitle him to the
distinction of being a
well dressed man.
Our Fall styles will
easily convince you of
Suits 17.50 to 50.00
Overcoats. 15.00 to 38.00
Broadway at 34 ih Street
Send postal to Department "S '
for particulars regarding Special
Confidential OfTcr of
JLcx. (o 3d Ave., 59lli to 60th Sj
ELECT SOCIALIST MAYOR.
Johnston "VVlns In Mnale Tn. Colon
of Cnlrlmpr, Aln.
MoDH.K, Ala , Sept. 17. J. I". .lohneton J
Socialist, was elected Mayor of the ulnun
t.n enlntir at l'alr Hone. Ala . fin the e,ii
ern idiom of Moliile lo-Uns oer' S (itei'tf,
Hie preneni .Mayor, anil . i .i I'licner. ins'"
lax candidate 'I In) Until una a liiltet "".
USE POSLAM SOAP.
If yon have not tried fojl'm i0Jf '
delightful experlcnee nn-aita you
Thl new product lias ien nllH " r"
rltnernt of Soap-i" lieimie of n
flnemenl, rlelilieM, and ether Mil"
riunlllles. lint it lias far mere
mend It in Ihe Iteiieflc Inl elTei la " 1
allied to eveit upon tile Kin lieennw ' '
cnleil uilli ro.-lam, th" fatnoui cKln re.ae
111 un improve the color ami u'w'1'
of the kin. Miothes It If tender. iol''"
the lianiK lieautltle Ihe complexion
protect!) OBiiini-t Infection and pu-Mii.''
lnlnm Soap Is of liientlmalile uein
lo all wlino hUIii U wthject to erupt.''"''
trotil.lei. It Ih Ideal for liahy'H Imlli
Irritate", and every mother may lev Ml""
Hk ahuolule pi.riiy. U I" tt; '-'
fordaii.lriin .ind an n- tlxe aid In era-ll '
-mull, dinieulll.. Tito eako la """;'
litrae and la-ilni:, l'll. rent. 'ir '"
l)S an , r.niBe; ,,
Tor lice i-iiinpe in ;
to the l.iiiercency Mi.oraiorn .
Mth Street. .N -