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THE SUN, STTNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1913.
THAW NOW RHIRIMfi t
1U11 II 11 V II V1IIUU1SLJ1S
BY FEDERAL WRIT
Secured by GroHsman'a Advice,
It Houses tlie In of
IttTUlNABLK OX Tl EsDAY
Prisoner Snfe Till That Date
Governor Postpones Action
. Il KHI.I HI. . II.. . Ii).- lltll M
THaw's lawyers got a new writ of habeas
orpun for him to-day before Edward
Ablrlrh. United States District Judge for
thr- district of New Hampshire. The writ
la baited on the assertion that Thaw la
being Illegally deprived of his liberty and
directs that he be produced before Judge
.Vldrleh ut Littleton, N. It . on Tuesday.
Muses Grossman, the New York lawyer
WHO has taken charge of Thaw's light
gainst extradition In this Htate, says that
Ua doesn't Intend to produce Thaw on
'PUeadSV, but that he Is going to aak for t
I'd adjournment. j
. "As a matter of fact.'' Grossman said.
"I secured the writ 111 order to prevent
iha' New York officers from grabbing Thaw
Itf case Gov. Kelker should Issue an
executive warrant for his extradition.
When I sent Wlllard Olmsted to sue out
ihe writ I had not had any assurance
nmu Gov. Felker that he would grant us
a hearing before issuing a warrant. I'n
dar the circumstances I don't doubt that
.(udge Aldrlch will grant the adjourn
WH1I.mii Travers Jerome didn't take
kindly to Urosaman'a move, lie said that
M- was Irregular practice, and that In ad
dition It waa contrary to an agreement
betwn counsel for both sides that
that, nothing should be stone until Gov.
Talker hail been beard from.
Jerome Threatens Retallatlaa.
.."All bets are off now," said Jerome,
'iend I won't say what tlreworka may be
tgaobarged to-night or to-morrow. Gross
man has broken the agreement that
existed between us and he may expect
neat, anything in return."
Jerome, continuing, said that If Oross
man has sued out Ihe Federal writ under
the representation that he wants to bring
Thaw's case before the Federal courts,
when aa a matter of fact he simply wants
10 secure legal papers that will act as an
injunction against the New York officers,
lie will ultimately be severely reprimanded
."It Is even likely," said he. "that he
.will be called up for contempt anil not
Improbable that a fine will be Imposed.
Far my own part 1 would not take such
,,-F. E. Hornbcck, Sheriff of Dutchess
rounty. arrived here from Albany at t
..'deck to-night with the requisition
pep ir alxned by acting Governor Glynn
"C.New York. I'nless present plana mis
cary lie will go to Concord on Tuesday
and serve the papers on Gov. fviker, who
may be expected to act most any time
Talk tbost Kldaapalag.
There was plenty of talk about kid
napping during the day, but no evidence
to prove that the talk had any foundation
'n fact. Thaw'a lawyers went to Sherlt
Hot man Drew this morning and told him
they would not object if he released his
special deputies. Drew took the matter to
tax town selectmen and they decided that
Uas deputies had better be retained In
definitely. Thaw's counsel had been foot
ing! the bill for these men. .Vow the town I
of Colebrook Is paying It.
Grossman said this evening thut he had
paid for the deputies because he was
itfrald Jerome would attempt slronsr arm
methods and try to rush Thaw out of the
State. Jerome laughed at the Idea of his
hMrtng conceived such a scheme
Early this morning considerable excite
ment was caused by a guest uf the Mo
nadnock House, who opened his door at
.1 o'clock and let out a long and loud
hojrl. The deputies went tUshing about
the corridors and several guns were dis
played. For a couple of hours after that
the guard about the lobby and In front of
Thaw s door wiu doubled and the Joke
was considered a success.
The 2. OBO or more citizens of Cole
brook are righting with each other for a
chance to sign a petition asking Gov.
Felker nut tu extradite Thaw. The word
ins; of the document follows :
"We, the undersigned residents of Cole
brook and vluinlty, hell v nig Harry K.
Thaw to be a sane man and that he has
bean sufficiently punished for any crime
that he has committed, respectfully pe
tition that no extradition be granted to re
turn him to New York."
The petition was framed by A. C. Hicks,
. 'r lease 'a Mother Writes to Umw.
Harry Thaw gave out to-night the fol
lowing letter written hy his mother at
Montreal to ilov. Felker under date of
"I address your Excellency in the in
terests of my son. H. K. Thaw, who
xftsr being deprived of the liberty the
aver age acquitted man would Immediately
nerve received after a verdict of 'No:
rrullty upon the ground of the defend
ant's Insanity at the time of the commis
sion of the art charged under the indict
ment" has for five and a half years
endured untold hardships and indignities
In one of New York's worst penal Instltu.
rinany despairing or securing fair
R. H. Maey A Co.' Attractions Are Their Low Prtoaa.
Macy's Great Annual Linen Sale opens on Monday with ttry sub
stantia! savings on the practical, every day Linen needs o) every possible
kind in the home. Prices as lop as 27c. for six Fact Cloths and up to
$4.96 for a Table Cloth and six Napkins from Germany.
rnmrnm Floor. tr
A "Dozen VERY SMART
NEW MODELS in Tailored SUITS
Remarkably EXCELLENT VALUES at $34.75
In the season's newest fabrics and colorings.
Suits of a quality and stv!e comparing favorably
with custom-made Suits at double Macy's prices.
Very finely tailored Coats and newest Skirt effects.
Wool Poplin Suits
Illustrated at the Uft. Strictly tailored velvet collars.
Human creen, navy, seal brotra and blsrk.
Ottoman Cloth Suits
llhutcltd at the risk. .Russian Kolinsky fur collar and
velvet trimmed. ,
In SOVV, Is tips. wood, brown and black.
Mateloase Cloth Suits
Brown marmot collar, cutaway mode'.
In seal hrmtn. navy and black.
Checked Velour de Laine Suits
Mole-coney collar and cuffs. Russian blouse model.
In blark. taupe and navy.
Boucle Ratine Suits
Civet cat collar and cufi-. Lour Cutaway coat mode!.
In inshoitsns. navy and taupe-
Broadcloth Suits- Model for Large Women
40 le it Bust.
In Austrian broadcloth, strictly tailored model on straight
lines. In Macs and navy blue.
Other clever models, fur trimmed or strictly tailored. In
serges, novelty worsteds, cheviots and diagonals.
Displayed in the Macy Suit Department, Third Floor, Broadway,
are Suits ranging from 1 9. 74 for a well-tailored Serge Suit
to f 184.00 for an elaborate Suit of velvet brocade and plush.
CAPE LEATHER, 98c
Smart and serviceable rme
laep Walking (Hove, in tan,
black and white oape akin, prix
seem oewn and with open
Sort, shapely flexible Gloves,
made of selected Mocha," in
shade of gray, tan and black
Full pimiH sewn with Paris
I xiiii t embroidered backs or full
silk lined half pique sewn with
I'aris point backs.
Lambskin Glace l 7Q
Mousquetaire Gloves, M'
Full 10-button length nseffs
(luetaires. in soft, pliable leather;
white, tnn or black; three clasp
White Glace C9 9A
Mousquetaire Gloves, ija-easl
l ull 20-button length Gloves,
made of selected lambskin;
(inked tops; three "1'leopati'ii"
tuitions at wris .
There are very special
values in Women's and
Misses' Sweaters on the
Third Floor. .34th Street.
Prices as low as $2.49
and up to $11.74 for fancy
WRAPS and COATS
cNjpwest cModes and Fabrics
The graceful garments of the Far East have served as in
spiration for main of the most beautiful Evening Wraps. Sugges
tive of the Orient, both in their effective draperies and their rich
colorings, are many of the imported models shown in the Macy
collection of Outergarments Third Floor. Broadway.
Notable among the number are:
A ROSE PINK VELOUR EVENISG
W RAP - from Uboritt & Cu.. Paris -its
pointed panel back rich With silver
thread and silk embroideries.
A CASTOR-TONED BROCADED VEL
VET WRAPtQ a Lahardii & Cii.. model
is draped In picturesque" Hindu" fash
ion and h:i canary fOX collar and Cliffs,
- ' LI
At Msry Special Prices
III ' :. V
' ifis iVnLatNllsiSasssV
of Silk Plush,
it plush, in
blue and black,
this model has a
collar and fastens
handsome ornament of the
Lined with peau de cygne.
of Silk Bengaline,
A handsome ' length garment,
fashioned of very heavy black Benga
line, lined with soft satin. A braid
embroidered velvet collar extends to
form the wide revers and the c.ulis
are trimmed to correspond.
Plumes, of selected
RETAINING" and of
Black -While Taupe Saxe Seal Broun
Naey and other new and fashionable colors
$5.00 'Plumes, 17 inches long
$6.00 'Plumes, inches long
$8.00 'Plumes, 20 inches long-
Very full and with wide
Herond Fleer.l.14th Mtrerl.
Austrian Velour HATS $8.89 $12.89
fO wear with tailored suit
with bands. Made of the mtist
velour in the fashionable shades
soft negligee shapes
supple and beautiful
Wktn shapes and materials are
ttUt line and trim your Hat
purchased here - our txpert
uilhout additional chant
second floor. :l4lh It,
of "Broadtail" Cloth,
Long, well-cut garment on straight
lines, made of a lustrous finished fur
like cloth closely resembling "broad
tail" in-its markings. Square sailor
collar, long rolling revers. Lined
throughout with a durable satin.
Smart Top Coats
of Boucle Cloth,
Kimono slaeVS and yoke effect arc features ot this inodih Coat, which
fastant far to the side with u braided ornament. The new rollitiR collar, cutis
and the fronts are piped with black velvet. Made of 0 heavy quality boucle
coating- in black or navy, and taupe, lined with matching peau de cygne.
Mary's is now show ins the greatly im
proved Department on the Third Floor,
14th Street, Broadway, a thoroughly compre-
hemite assortment oj Ihe
Newest Foreign Models in all
the Dependable and Desirable Furs.
Shown are Fur Coats and Wraps. Scarfs and Muffs, sold sepa
rately or in matched sets.
FUR TRIMMINGS of every kmd.
FURS for Baby Carriage Robes and Children's Fur Sets.
MOUNTED FUR FLOOR RUGS. "Lowest-in-the-City" Prices.
R. H. Mcr Ce.'a Attract on Are Their Lew Price.
afaaaT atBsaatV Herald Square' 4sssS
FROCKS for All Occasions
I n Dancing Dressesare file most picturesque phases of the
mode made, manifest. Sashes r.nd tunic; wi featured in the most
fetching modols, as displayed in the Macy collection in th Gown
Salon, Third Floor.
The Wired Tank sponsored by Paul
Poiret. is prettily shown in a Frock
of rose pink chiffon.
Four flaring ruffles, satin piped and
softly wired, make the skirt, and the
butterfly bodice of chiffon has pointed
winglike "empiecements" of net. crys
tal and pearl embroidered.
A huge bow finishes the hiyli jjirdle
at the back. Priced 198.75.
iv featured In a
The Oriental Sash
fetching (iowil of
Bodice and curving tunic arc o'
white silk tulle elaborately embroid
ered with pearl, crystal and moon
stone bead and bugles,
Ovtr the draped s;rt fall a side
sash at back and front, the ends
finished with beaded fringe.
Priced it 19.00.
Afternoon Dresses of 0 . - a
Eponge & Broadcloth, Z4.4
Illustrated are Eponge Dresses in
black or navy blue, with satin pipings
and buttons; hand embroidery in gay
Colored silks adorns the square collar
and the sash. The skirt's side draped
tunic is notablv ' lever.
THE BROADCLOTH DRESSES
are of the fashionable "compose"
tpe, and ar3 in wood brown or naw
with Russian blouse bodice of plaid
taffeta silk, trimmed with novel
"Ivory" buttons. Collar and cufis
are of ecru batiste frilled with black
net. Broadcloth forms the skirt and
the girdle of these smart one-picve
of Crepe de Chine
Applique net lace in delicate fine
meshed effect forms the draped bodice,
sleeves and double ruffled tunic of
this dainty model, the collar and
girdle of which are prettily hand
embroidered. In pale pink.' blue or
white crepe de chine of excellent
Afternoon Gowns of Crepe de Chine $42.75
very suoenor au
de cygne, dressm
in RiacK, taupe ana Hague blue crepe de chine of
iv.u iiiutsni ixjiii ver niieiv nnvtl With whiff n.
finish. ' '
A deep of sash of black s;1tin worn down about the hips gives the
waist line so fashionable to one model with net vest and Vandyke lace ,'
square vest of tulle and lace is featured in the Other. Russian 1
Coat model with high pointed satin cirdta.
Dresses range from St 2.74 to $22f.oo for an elabo
rate Evening Gown of cream colored Velvet brocadi .
IMPORTED from Japan
ynemai garments in the so'test
imaginable are displayed In a Specie
and most fascinating fabrics
Department on the Third
i no c
Of this type and representative of the econoi
nies always to be had at Ma
IAPANESE KIMONOS IN
CPLPI-" TISSIIP. in mnukii, rUl
on pale pink gray, blue and lavender grounds. Lined with matching
vuth deep silk bands; these are priced S6.94.
IN JAPANESE COTTON CREPE: these are hind
excellent quality, In rose. blue, pink and lavender a
finishing touch to the-
In linht and dark
gas tloral designs
shirred ribhon bands and silk frog
Japanese -ilk ot ott and serviceable
quality, and very dainty floral p.-tt-terns:
light and dark (colorings, Piped
with plain silk.
mbroidered kimonos ol
'rillEL'd vi-.li 1,1, k 111.-
raceful earments. :it S29 and .t; u,
advertised are in stock in sizes .54 to 4-1
wee maa vweves are in one Diets
the rMok ''in., lines, giving ii g
IUI Hnm. Kn inl satin nlninM AA
VM-y neat rtniah i r.-m patterns on
pink, blue griiy unci lavender grouo Is
12.97 feafir $1.49
isaiin riDtion nnely p-lnrrpd ..(K, the
front and slashed nutterlty (..... ,.t
tins mod.. I. which i- of closely soven
OOtton i rcpe Light, pr.-ttv llor;il m'
terns ihtrd Kiour ;nt , si
treatment by habeas rornus nrocei-dlnu
he took the only recourse lft. a flight for
the freedom denied through malice. May I
best that yonr Kx. ellency will secure to him
In whatever way proper a fair and im
partial hearing during the Impending pro
ceedings? Yours very sincerely.
"MAitr C. Thaw.''
WRIT A MATTEL OF COURSE,
1 4th Amendssrnt
Oskcobd, N. It, Hept. IS In the United
State District Court In this city this
afternoon Judge Aldrlch on the petition
of. counsel for Harry K. Thaw, repre
sented by Nathaniel K. Martin and Merrill
ShurtleJT, granted a writ of habeas corpus
ictnmar at Littleton on Tuesday next
al 11 A. M.
With the writ was Issued an Injunction
restraining all persona from Interfering
with the sen-ice of the proceea, and' from
interfering with the person of Thaw while
I.e. remains In custody.
The rescript handed down by Judge
"The petition of Harry K. Thaw for a
writ of habeas corpus, under United
.States authority, Invokes the Fourteenth
Amendment to the Constitution of the
United Htates, which, among other things,
declare thut no Htate shall deprive anv
person of life, liberty or property without
doe process of law. as well as other
Kederal laws with reference to the re
straint or personal liberty.
and the discharge of all such duty as the
Constitution and laws of the United
States contemplate in a situation like
this, und while, according to federal and
Stat- Interpretation. State authority, In
I sjnsrt to extradition, results prlmarlly
If not altogether from Federal luw. It
Is not Intended that the ISSUanC of the
writ shall Inti rfere at all. for the present
at least. Willi xuch of the Htate authorities
of the Htate of Slew Hampshire us may
v called upon to deal with problems In
volved In the proposition of extradition.
"All persons should be strictly en
joined from Interference with the ee
riitlnn of the writ."
The warrant ou which the arrest of
Thaw Is commanded charges conspiracy.
In his escape from Mattvuwan and runs MKAING
against all the parties who assisted the
prisoner In getting away from that In-
The paper asking the ft turn of Thaw
to New York Is uigti"d by Martin H.
illynn. Lieutenant-Oovu nor and acting
Governor, and attached to It are the war
rant for the arrest, signed by Justice
Morschauser of the New York Supreme
Court, and a lot of affidavits ot various
officials and residents of Dutchess county
reciting Thaw's commitment ami escape,
from the Muttcawan State hospital, his
(light Into Canada, his deportation from
the Dominion by the immigration officials
und his arrest in New Hampshire.
There is also an crlldavlt by District
Attorney Conger In which he says that
In his opinion the ends of Justice re
quire thst Thaw be returned to New
York for trial on the conspiracy charge.
Wlllard U Olmsted of New York city,
ot counsel for Thaw,- and Messrs. Hhurt
lrff of Lancaster and Martin of Concord
retained following the arrest In Cole
brook, are in the city and will remain
until the hearing before the Governor
on the New York warrant la concluded.
AND ROASTS ARRIYE
Steamer Vandyek Brings First
Direct Shipment of Al
f it I fa Fed Beef.
Free Moat Won't Solve Supply
1'rnblem. Naytt Packers'
it m mr present our- i .v..
au voniu. i mi- auinrai mates amw las
. .JHl ..at... St a..... .. ..
iw...i . 'i" unon "Wl Governor left no word
...,..ii..I,irm, i auso under ...u
Tim Decision Mrferr Taeaday.
The former hnd a brief telephone In
terview with the Governor and was as
sured by his Hxcelh-ncy that he would
caac In any way until
hie return to the city next week. The
aa to when he
Federal statute, the writ unon such . "32. W "nl'.Y'l'BWJ'
cord on Tuesday.
Whether Thaw will be brought to Con
cord or not Is as yet undetermined.
Counsel both for the prisoner and for
j the Htate of New York can see no neces
sity for such a move, but yet it may be
mado If one aide or the other la convinced
"While reservln. to vSaaal .Vh SE? S
ut all such ultimata newer i th, Uov.raar. "
saasgaiinn as tnat contained in the petl
im.w uuiie as a matter or nrnru
matter of riant
'JS J writ Issue and lie made return
" sfore mn at Littleton. N. H., Hep-
"inner is, isii, at II A.M.. at which
Urn... unless this order be extended, the
itHSjMMstent will make proper answer
Tlie (irst hlg assignment of nlfaifu fed
Argentine beef to come direct to this
Country arrived yesterday on Ihe steam
ship VaiMlyok of the Lamport m Holt
Line. II consisted of 1,000 quarters and
was consigned to H. Frankfild & Co.,
meat hrokerit on the New York Troduce
The beef will he unloaded to-morrow
at the pier foot of Montugun street,
Tlrnoklyn. It will be disposed of hy the
has completed ids work tltcro anil will
I continue his observations In Uruguay and
Etaports from Uusoos Ayr as are tn the 1
effect thai Dr. Melvln expressed himself
as much pleased with Argentine meal
and methods employed in the induetry.
In an editorial on "Meat Trade and 1
imports," the currant issue of the vo- '
rioiuif l'ro uioiK r. the otlli iul organ of
the American Meat Packers Assocta- I
Hon, after etnhaslsing the statement
that aa the organ of the trade It has
never opposed free meals, says :
"Tlie A'fiiioaiii Preestleair has an '
deuvored to set forth the facts oonosm I
lng the meat sltuullon the world oVt r. I
anil It has stated Its belief that because j
of a worldwide beef scarcity the mere !
placing of meats on the free list would not
reduce prices or Increase the supply. It
has pointed to the fact that Uurope Is
me.it hungry and must look to Argentina j
and Australia for its supplies, and of
course will bid ugalnst the United States
j or any other customer in the world's ;
market. Tlie law of supply and demand
always hus governed and iilwuys will
govern, the popular I'cllon concerning a i
'beef trust' to the contrary notwlth- 1
Unlimited upnl a Mth.
"As the pressure on new sources of beef
supply has Increased prices of cattle and
of laud In those countries have risen and
conditions there have begun to ipproxl- i
mate those In the United States The i
public la slowly coming to learn that the
stories of unlimited reservoirs of cheap 1
be.-f In South America and Australia
MRS. SANCHEZ HELD
HERE WITHOUT BAIL
in Jail Until Mexico
I States to attend to business matters t
affecting the American Transfer Company,
I whose headquarters l in Mexico city,'
SOn O! WHICH SHe Is till' OWIIel.
"I owe money to several pople In ,
Mexico,'' she said, "but I am Solvent and
the ass.-ts are more than enough tn offset
any claims against nic There la a law
in Mexico, however, which permits the
Issuance of a writ by which persons who,
owe even small sums of money arc pro-
hiblted from leaving the country.
"Hy tiling a power of attorney, how- i
ever, authorizing some one else to take j
Charge of your affairs, you can have the
country. I took such action and then
started for the United Htute. Intending
to gel assistance to rejnvinate my busi- 1
nets. The charge that I wrongfully ob- ;
tallied money is omel anil groundless." i
Mrs. HancliHZ declared that she and
her husband were intimate friends of j
Kodolfo Reyes, who was forced to re
Slgtl as Minister of Justice on Friday.
sin- is insured for tO,M0 in the Confed-
ration Llf insurance society and the
officers of the society have assured her
i ! of ail the necessary protection she ma
I iriiuie. ... . ,,, . i.na, i . p ' i rninrit, ui D I .
, t-.. as lt-o...... ... ....f .......... .. to
Maud Miller Siinchex Of """"" X' ..,,, .,, w
puo, who lias iiie'ifuni in .Mexico, nas
given her like BSSUraiWJe,
BIG BANKRUPTCY RING
Jeweller Arrested in Pin
Had $80,000 "Stolen" i
mondl in Hank.
SHE DENIES ACCUSATION
Admits Owing Money, bill Says
She CM Fhv All
I Her Debts.
1 Hi 1 'fjOUja si ooi
insplracy, coi fees. I
oc say, thai hli
worth of diumo
Importers to commission and wholesale j ,,. largely imaginative. We believe this
houses and then to the retail dealers
Much interest haa been manifested In
this particular consignment. The Argen
tine beef which haa been coming Into
the country in small nuantltles
every week during the summer first made
the trip to Knglanrt before It was re
It is not believed that the 1,000 quar
ters will create much of a flurry In the,
meat market, although the reception that
It gets gnd the prices that it brings will
be carefully watched In the light of ex
periment. Itr. Melvln's Inonrellon.
Dr. A. P. atflvta. chief of the United
States Bureau of Animal Industry, who
is making an Inspection of the meat and
packing conditions In Argentina,
view will be proved beyond dispute when
the new law (putting meats on the free
list) has been put Into effect and sufll
cient tint" ban .lapsed to allow the
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. , I.UI u n in... i.e.,. ,,. ni.j.ie. le. ... t,
nearly ,i, , ,. w conditions.
"Those mnrk'-ts which pay tho
price will get the Argentine ami
I trallan beef we hear so much about
j Transportation conditions ami expenses
J must be taken Into consideration, also the
' quality of tho Imported beef and the
: taste of consumers. tVe ahull know more
I about what free meats will do for the
. United States lifter we have given them
I M'S All
I Mexico city, who was arrested by agents
: of the Department of Justice on her ar
1 rival on the Ward Hner Rsperanxa In
Brooklyn, on Friday, and who Is wanted
in Mexico on a charge of cmbexslemtmt
from the Government, spent the night at
the Amity street police station.
I Shi- was arngiied yesterday before
i United states Commissioner Morie in the
' Kederal Building. Mrs. ManoltOS explained
that she hail been booked on the steamer
. as Ida Monger, the name of a young
j woman who had engaged accommoda.
: Hons, but was unable to make the pas
i sage and transferred the tickets to her.
She denied that she had made any effort
' to hide her Identity. Commissioner Morle
j gave her Into the custody of the marshal
i and regretted that he could not admit
1 her to hall. After a consultation Mrs.
i rltlxburg jew, Her
charged with cu
1 to-dav, th,. uou,
j failure and the
' a nee of 20,
. front III! safe during
I establishment laal slai
lip. The confession also reve
I existence oi" n bankruptcy rlus
I A dictagraph figured In ih ii
Hie coilicssinn. ),,... ,, , , ,,.,,.
have h en hMunl mimn ...
I made his statement to Attoi ni i
1 M. Kiekok, leva counsellor of'
tloni Jewe. .s Hoard of Trade
Bat This la
io lo Instltatlona.
as compared with the almllar period last
year, hut a rorrpapondlng dtvreasn of
auh- i instead of Haymond street jail, pending
the outcome of the action of the Govern
ment authorities In the case.
The Kederal authorities may detain her
for forty days and If. meanwhile, no action
, Is taken by the Illlerl.l Government She
. will be released. Mrs. Sanchez will have
' a hearing as soon as a d. -Unite complaint
! is received and It will then he deter.
"It Is Ibe firm la lief of those w ho have mined jf the charge against her It ex
studied the sllualioti most thoroughly 'bat 1 t ro.il table,
tho mnady for our Itiaal trotlblaa lies here j Mrs. Sanchez was lstn in one of the
at home. Until aa go buck Into meat Southern Stales, but forfeited her Amerl
productlon in the right wav dure In the can citizenship when she married a Mexl
I'nited Slates we lire likely to get llttlo , can alsnit eighteen years ago.
pernwnsut rcliaf," j she suld that aha came to the Onlted
HOSPITAL DEATH RATE fJRDWS Attorney Klckok appeared bcl
" I i. rami Jury yesterday Aft.r tl
. latlon of the aai true l. ills
sick Now tm ned ugalnsl Hhoop, Simon si u
If. rriahnutn, William Kuhlman, m
I nan and .f IMmii .. .
From an analysis of the mortality ft- I splracy. Shnop's confession it
tires for hist week the Health Department I involves Shuplnsk In l itlH r
reports thai there was a very marked having i hanged his nil mo i Krlshi
increitse of deulhs In medical iustitullons oih,.rs Including iw.i In
"The National Jewel I em Hoi
deaths In tenements. Im.l reason to I., ii. ', . ihi M,...
This Is ascribed to the fact that there', ring of bankruptcy lawyers ill I
is a greater number of sufferers entering and it is determined to get at tn si
Institutions, as tho public Is evidently of the recent heavy failures In
Sanchez elected to stay in Mtneola Jail hoanltal care ..',.1- ' .. j , . !"..,:
Tho total death rale for the week was schemes used to defraud cretlltori"
lower than (ha corresponding Interval ! expect many more arrrsts tn be mad
in ISII, being 12.17. as against It.SI, I A few montht before llm II n I
Thla difference is emphasized, tlie Health I place, it Is said Uhoon made t
iiepartmcnt snys, uy the fact that the
mean temperature for the week was ,3
degrees higher th'in daring the corre
sponding week Inst year. Allogenic.'
there were (fi fatalities, as compared
Vlth l.SSS for the pre. Sdilig year.
llrlghl's dlsenso and heart disaase
showed an Increase. There was both an
adual and a relative falling off In the
mortality from pulmonary tuberculosis,
which lias bean declining for some time
Hoard of Trass
.-. is of ::." '
to S National Ice sill
IlldiCatlnl thai lie had
tin Ihe Ktrcngtll of lids
credit m .Nea k'urk, 1 1. laiughl I!
worth of diamonds a month nl Ian 1
the riif und after the dn he
bankrupte) u d reporter? to h pnllei
the gi m had been Stolen from ' - l
Then began an Investigation U.t III'
Most of 111'! diamonds were
from a hank, ii.ro Hi y bad bees
for safe keeping