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R[CIV[S D[AIB WOUND
('itizenship Restored as Reward for
Bravery. Son of Wealthy and In- the
dulgent Parents ('hose "Thugs" the
New York, Dec. 26.-"Monk" East- sell
Oance leader of a notorious gang
I that terrorized the lower cast side, a
c'onviceted felon, hut restoredI to c iti-go
z/ensh ip as a rewar'd for heroism as a|
soldlier' in the great war', was slain pohi
Ishortly before dlaybrteak today by svas
IEast ma n's body, beain g five bullet '" I
wI ~ound~s, w~as found by a policemian at 1)1
the cornter of J'our'teen th strieet anddu
lourithI ave nue. Nearb'ly, on the steps)M
of a subway (en1trance,' lay a revolver wa's
with five empl~ty shells. A
it the lead mant's poc'ket s were $140t i se
a watcht andl rha in, antd a Christmas eith
cardl. The pr'esenc'e of the v'aluables viet
Iindicated to the Itolice that thte kill- test
Iin.g of IEastmani~ probtably was nott ptart net(
Iof t' ptrevailing (time wave, but the rei
r'esult of a ve'ndetta. A
lEast mtant, whose rig.h t ntamte waswa
WI*~illiamn Delaney', htad a yotuthtful e'a- top'
reer' that wats lurid event for untder- ade:
wvorld anntalIs. The son of' wealthy andi maci
indlulgentt. parents, he chose' as his was~
c' otmpa t nitns the gan igsterls of t he onte- shes
tme "toughttest"' distrtict int New York htis
good Mules 'can
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friends and ci
re will do all in
uccess you C
ch will appear
Fourteenth street and Third ave
-only a block from where he this
ning was killed.
dozen years ago the "Monk"
tian gang was composed of gun
, burglars and drug addiets, and
police claimed to have traccd a
e of murder mysteries to the zone
vhich the gansters operated. Their
er, however, served terms for les
crimes-hurglary, smuggling of
.oties and disposing of stoleni
he last t ime Eastman appeared o
[ee records was in 1915, when he
arrested, pleaded guilty to rob
P and was sentenced to two yearis
irison. On his release in October.
1, he enilistedl in the army as a
Trhboy in the 106th infantry of the
'nty-seve'nt h division, Hie then
forty-five years old.
fter the wair he was honorably
ha rged, but lackledl the rights of
:enshi ip beea use he had been~ con -
edl of felonyv. Governor Smith in
oring the soldier's civic stat us,
dI on the cnimmenda t ions of the
ni inicidlent relat ed to the G;overnor
hat Ea stman had "'gone over the
on hantds anrd knees with gren
with which to attack a German
'hine gun nest. T1he enemy fire
so intense that his pack was
tred from h is hack, bit he garineud
yad Just Ar
ersin the bunci
ie in this car.
HUNTING TRII' FIND FATAL,
New York, Dec. 26.-One boy was
killed and two wounded by the ex
plosion of a piece of loaded gas pipe
land three boxes of eartridges in the
Brooklyn home of Herbert Brann, six
teen years old, who said he found the
piece while on a hunting trip near
Bergen Beach a week ago.
John McKenney, Jr., sixteen years
old1, a Wall street bank messenger,
was killed inistanitly when a piece of
steel wvent through his mouth into his'
brain, and Birann, who was trying to
open) the pipe, lost hiis left hand and
was cut by flying steel. P~aul Clan- A
dow, seventeen, also cut by the steel,
and Brann were removedl to a hos-.~
TIhe ear3tridlges wer' 03n a table in
the room when the im prov'ised bomb
exploded and the force of the explo
sion wrecked the room and knocke'
people from chairs in other parts of
I will apply to the* Judge of Probate
for. Carendon County, on the 27th) day
of D~ecembe(r, 1920, for3 letters of dlis.
char3ge as Executor of the Kt ate of
Nannie Louise .Jamtes, deceQased.
J1. F. Rlichbourg,
ISummtont(, M. C., D~ec. 211, 1920.
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