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J3VBNIKG L13DGBB PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914.
SOCIETY TURNS "OUT TO 'PAY HOMAGE TO THE HORSE AND HOUND AT BRYN MAW SHOW
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A GENERAL VIEW OF THE OVAL. PAIRS OF HARNESS HORSES BEING JUDGED !4,;f'V ' PB flBf WBBE i
Two debutantes, Miss Margaret Berwind and Miss Pauline Disston. L. STEWART TAKING LONE BEN OVER THE JUMPS
Mrs. T. Boyer Davis ana her daughters, Priscilla and Maria, and Mrs. Penn
Gaskill Hall and her children, Marion and Penn Hall.
SISTER OF FIANCEE
HE JILTED ACCUSES
MAN OF $1200 THEFT
Rings and Prospective Bride
groom Disappear on Day
of Wedding Wife Here
Proves His Undoing.
The minmntclhl romance of Israel
Diamond, of 19th and Mifflin streets,
tthlch started laBt January In New
York, ended today at City Hall, where
the rrwn was Identified by Dora Wolf
as her slater Anna's tlance, and accused
of stealing diamonds valued at y2M
from her father. The prisoner Is also
charged with stealing $300 worth of ilia
monds from Benjamin Shapiro, of S70
Korth Sixth street.
Hiss Wolf stated that her sister met
Diamond about a year ago, when he pur
ported to be a tingle man. Sho stated,
however, that Diamond Is married. He
M he tbb a iabbl and that previous
to coming tn New York he had lived In
Beaumont, Tc He was very nttentlvo
to Mlis Anna Wolf, and they were soon
ngaged to be married. The date of tho
Adding was fixed for last" January.
Just before the ceremony was to take
Flate, according to MUs Dora Wolfs
torv. Diamond excused himself to take
a nap for half an hour, and went up
"airs in the Wolf home. That was the
last the famll saw of him.
When the girl's father went to look
or the prospective bridegroom he found
three diamond rings valued at J131 had
"appeared and that he was not to haa
son-in-law that day. Mr. Wolf, who
Is a diamond merchant, hastily went
through the contents of his safe, the
combination of which was known to
Diamond and found the thief had over
looked lioooo in precious stones kept In
nother compartment from the threa
When Miss Wolf arrived here this
morning she went at once to visit Dla
hermim h'Vel1 aml aske him to give
Uck.?wr llle ,hree rlnS8 or tho pawn
Ms for hem The prisoner had In
hl,h "e3l0 .dy one pawn ticket
C had MV?i.t0 M'33 Wolf- a',n& that
called for i'jo,he 'her two' Th0 tlckel
Dlam. '." hdvo searching for
in the 1 7hey have ker a '-"e walc1'
and VLT J1 rccclvet by Mrs. Diamond
biet nf.f ,a hen' w,,h h" "tlle so
tQaMl rf Newark, N J . In response
Doileoi, ' fIom tnat P,ace' detective
hortiv i,V ed .hr anJ mad the arrest
a Baih.ri the Pa,r met There was
tnetlc $cene as Diamond, was led
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SEGAL IN ASYLUM,
HAS NO KNOWLEDGE
OF HIS CONDITION
Taken to Norristown in
Auto, He Made Plans to
Continue His Business Ac
tivities Creditors to Act.
taken If proof nf Segal's insanltv Is ad
duced 'it tho meeting of ci editors to hi
held Thin p,i in the odlce of Joseph
Mi'llors, the r f-re. In bankruptcy.
Abrnham P. Ashhriilge, attorney for Mr
Fog.il, nys he knows nothing of the men
Mi condition of Ills client. He declares,
however, that he Intends to llnd out. Hi
declined to dl.vuss the affairs of Segal or
to n.nkr nnj statement on the bunkrupti'y
Adolph Segal is now a private patient
In the State Hospital for the Insane at
Norristown. He was admitted to the
institution nt 6 o'clock yesterday after
noon to spend the ear, or les.a, that his
physician says remains of his life. Th
trip was made by automobile from St.
Joseph's Hospital, where Mr. Segn'. had
been virtually a prisoner Blnce his bank
ruptcy proceedings, u little mora than
two months ago, furnished the climax
to the collapse of his once brilliant mind.
Segal did not know that ho was being
taken to spend his last days in a h.uen
for the Insane. He has been feverishly
anxious to get back to business, in his
few, bilef lucid Intervals He does not
know that his physician has said h iau
not Hvo more than a year and may not
live more than two, months. When ho
ullpped from the hospital by a rear door
i'lid climbed into the waiting automobile
he thought lie was being taken for a ride
for no other reason than to benefit his
Dr. S. V. Miller, chief resident physician
nt the Norrlstuwn Institution, sahl this
morning that Mr. Segal twl been ad
mitted. The mental condltlton of the
former financier he would not rtls-euss.
He declared that Mr. Segal Is a private
patient. The rules of the hospital for
bid giving out Information about uch
patients except to relatives or others
entitled to knuw.
I'liless his, creditors lake action, Segal
will never leae the Statu Hospital alive
The Federal Court has the authority to
subpoena him fiom the aslum in his
bankruptcy proceedings, according to the
attorney for Hit tiustev. but it is not c.n
sidtied probaoK that buch actluti will be
ARMY WORM MOTH, VISITING
HERE, A HARMLESS INSECT
Housewives Need Not Be Alarmed
Since Stny Is Short.
The armv woim moth ha nrrlved in
'Philadelphia Mnlij teini-mher the visit
of tho ui'inv woiin M'Vi'mI weeks ago and
the excitement caused l the millions of
Injects. Si'Veial luuist wives of Herman
town have discovered the new member of
tho nrmy worm fnmih. nnd no lust, nti
authority thnn the gnrdontr at limit
cultural Hall, in I'iirmount I'ark, admits
It hue anixed.
Hut hefori- you start making ready for
battle with him, wait This member of
the fnrrlly Is hirmless. positively harm
le.ss. He comes about sl or seven weeks
alter the visit of the troi.hle-ralsing mem
ber of his clan, and disappears In l-ss
than a week after his arrival Sluco
mitnv of the alleged farmers who toil on
their lawn? during Juno, July and Augii-t
have ngnin returned to the city tn give
battle with tin- Jinitor for moio heat, tho
onlv persons expected to get all worked
up ovpr the new scare are djed-ln-tho-wool
KILLS OFFICER AS
HE AWAITS TRAIN
LIGHTNING FIRES OIL TANKS
Seven Set Ablnze Results in Half a
nnnT vitTHI'ie. Tex . Sent '12 Sven
oil tanks owned b the !uif Refining
Company nnd the Tevis t'mnp.iii have .
been .set on tiro here by lightning
The loss nf the Oulf Refining t',.mnan
is estimated at $.A000 and the Texas ,
Moving Picture Show Pro
prietor, Crazed by Western
Dramas, Murders Officer
About to Arrest Him.
and told him confidentially that he had
a wan ant for his arrest
Miller then stepped away from the con
stable and drawing his revolver. "Broncho
i Hilly" sUle, tired one shot through
Kolbe's heart. The constable fell dead
' to the platform Most of the frightened
passengers ran Into the station. Two men
pounced upon Miller, hut he totd them to
keep cool. Then ho handed them his re
volver and walked with hls captors to
' the police station. Miller said he drew
the revolver to frighten Kolbe.
1 The man who fired the shot is the pro
prietor of a moving picture theatro In
Doylestown. but lately liublness has been
i very poor. This is due. the residents say,
to tho fact that Miller would offer noth
ing hut Western dramas. The decrease
, in business. It is said, .made Miller des
perate nnd caused him to forge the check,
I on the co.il dealer.
A desire to emulate the adventurers In
moving pictures cuufed 15-year-old Wil
liam Miller to shoot and kill Constable
Henry Kolbo this morning in tho pres
ence of passengers at the Reading Itail
waj station, Dojlostown.
Miller, who is known ns "Broncho
H!llj," on account of his ability to
quickly draw u, revolver, was arrested
by Kolbe Just as he was preparing to
leavo tho town with a new suitcase.
The man know thore was a warrant
for his arrcit on the charge of forging
a check in the name of Neil Steilwagon, '
a coal iieului, for fT5 Last night, ac
cording to the police, he told friends he I
expected to lie arrested and declared that
no one would bring him to jail. He i
oougut a fcuitcnse ana packed It with
things that would come in handy on the
plains and the great desert, and then
went with n spirit of bravado to the
railroad station. He was neatly dressed
and i hatted pleasantly with some of his
While he w.i talking Kolbe, who knew
Miller personam ar'ived and sieoted him
cordlalh 1'lu i li f"'k the man asld
Reginald Vanderbilt, of New York, snapped as he acted as judge in .heavy
awa. his wife weeping and protesting
After his trial lor the robbery here la
Philadelphia, Diamond will be turned
over to the New York authoiltle for
UU1 in the olf vase.
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