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6 1HE SUNDAY GLOBE LOBE WASEINi1ONr YASJIINti ON D C DECElVIBER 29 1901
BEATEN BY DEATH DEATHI DEATHA I
A Pben River Tragedy Be Being Beingthe ng I Ithe
the Story of a Holdup HoldupM
1 M OL OLL L D DOYLES 0 Y L E S SHINDIG SHINDIGAntl SHINDIGAnti
Anti What lflit t WI18 Oaotl a nuH Night Nightat Nightat
at the Hoal OnionHow the Gna GnaJishman Ifngdlshman
Jishman 1I0hi IIo1IUp Ul1 Kennedy and Boat Doathc Boatthe
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the hc Sheriff and His 1 o88oI118 loseoHisSlstors o88oI118Sistors
Sistors Money Saved anti 11 I I iy I4Iast I4IastNot LnstNote
Not Note to tIhuok huok Kennedy lionlll111rI
T1 rI 1rdght nl lit It happened was a dull one ac at atthe attlic
the RM tLt nfon becauM there was a sbl sbhadig sbhadigup h hup
up at r tell U Doyles and aU the I111t1J firers firerswere fiyrswere
were there bent on making a nhll of It ItAt itAt
At midnight Clluck Kennedy let Ids bar bartender bartender
tender and his two dealers go got dn down off olfthe offthe
the lookout shut up the CarD bOt bo c and the thestud thestud
stud poker deal and laid to 0 th the few players stayersin playersin
in the room roomHere roomHere
Here fellows C you want to pia play its itsIrot itsgot
got to be rouletter roulette r northing Far u Im Imconcerned Imconcerned
concerned Id a as lieC shut up upTheu upThen
Then IA t1 Hitchcock the young Rngllh RngUehsS Rngllhan
S men an whose lIose play alone had made tile night nirhtlGrth nighttwortk
lGrth while to the hou houLuck house houseLuck
Luck again pin you ela How muchr you youut youout
out ut
utMore
More than I care to MY murmured lIulrmllredRitehcock murmurediitebcock
Ritehcock Upphltt lai his pile into kw is coat coatplKketa costpockets
pockets aDd MaRelln stiudsng < < liP Im bit bard bardkKCk hardCknck
< Cknck kKCk but if you dont mind IU bet a few fewGt fewor
or Gt the wheel wbeelTwo wheelrwo
Two of the players dropped outsssd oat aod slunk aluakNi slunkontoof
ontoof Ni the laaplichted croon A Mexican Mexicanr Moxieantaaaer
taaaer r who smelled mell oC his tracie C Connolly Connollythe nol1y nol1ytM
tM oneeyed back driver and Hitcbcock Hitcbcockwere Itftchcockwere
were all that sat ia at the roulette Iett board boardT boardThep
T Thep y bet dollara doff r whew the IC1tcUabman bet bette bettens
te tens and Cb Chuck k felt sorry for the stranger lUaurerBetter strangerBetter
Better quit Uitchcack be growled growled1te as asbe
1te sweet wet aaather bundred lIdred 01 off the board boardaad boardand
and split plit a attach ek of whites between Con Con80UyaM Contaotly
taotly 80UyaM and the he Iliaxicau dca Dont you ou never nevert neverget
get t tired IetMMr1 I Im tired o winning wiaaingYOUR winningYOUR
YOUR lnl lnl11t tusney tusneyThe
The 11t tllt8kd weary eye eyes oC the foreigner foreicnrlookri foreignerlooked
looked at XenBed It enaedys for a moment momeatYo momentYou
Yo You cat win forever he murmured wlnlareddrowsily murmureddrowsily
drowsily hlve Ive got to get even GOT to toHer toHear
Her that Mr lr Kennedy ICeanedyThe Kennedyike
The gambler allowed that b he w waaot waaotdeaf t tdllf
deaf smiled wied sleepily and rolled again agftiaThi againThis
Thi This tim time Hitchcock calbed < bat the Mexican Mxi Mxi4JaM
can a and d Connolly lost and quit quitThe quitThey
They The ought to be a load up to MoIls Mollssaid MoIlsMId
MId tit the hack driver paa passing lnl in IIi his little littlepile littlepile
pile or chips er and I got to get busy busyOnight bUIYnlgl1t
Onight nlgl1t Chuckl Gitigbt gen genlemen genlemenAnd kmeI kmeIDC
And DC out he walked while the Mexican Mexican111ded Mexicanunded
111ded 1Ip 1ft a chair to watch the game and andHhebcock andHitchcock
Hitchcock built his towers oC ioryos ivory on the thered thered
red spo spots He watched with furtive eager eager1111I5 agerilea
ilea the little ball u it whirred and spun Ipunaroun spunaround
around aroun the moln moving groove listened to it ittlnk1i ittlnklfng
tlnk1i tlnklfng across Cfoa the bran dlnlliolUl bound bouadis bounding
ing is I in and oat aa It struck tna the Iloping ecu center ecuter
ter and 111 fealty settledou uw the black blackIteaaec1 blackKennedy
Iteaaec1 Kennedy roe ed for the Bnglieb Englishmans Englishmanswhite aaas aaaswbite
white eutlcw in inII epsin aad wept tIte them Into iatothe Intothe
the drawer The > players > 1 tnooth nth w wa was wasdrawn
drawn a ud blue I1e looked at the Mexican Mexicand Mexicanand
and d then at Keaaect Kennedys white nervous nervousIugesa oua ouaCcect
Iugesa He glanced bone oat the silent room roomTItey roomThey
They were alonert alonerthese three Hitchcock Hitchcock1aIade Hitchcockmade
made oo wove to playI playIAlllal piny agals agalsAn
Alllal An in queried Chuck CbtlctIe ChuckIve
Ie got another hundred up at the tbehotel thehotel
hotel drawled the Rugliahman liIthau If youll youlljust Oull Oulljut
jut wait tillNot till tillNot =
Not 01 on your life blurted the dealer dlertirec1 dealerIm
Im tired I gift you a run for your your1ItOIIey yourmoney
money and as I tolelyoa told you Art taint your yourJIlellt yournight
night to rein reinBut riB riBBot
But Ive 1 lost nearl nearly six is thousand Ken Keu1ted Kennedy
1ted nedy lu IanxntlUed ntiUed kJ kJY toYq
Y Yq tre FntiUed entitial to 10ee to sixteen thousand thoulaafdf
f you ot d9at know when to quit That Thats Thatswhat I Iwha
wha what I r goine to bed It Its two ockHk oclockKenutedy II IIXea
Xea Kenutedy took Iti his p pistol off tile edge oC oChe ofthe
the he table and lipped it into his bolster botaterdrewa
die drewa buckskin bite out oC the drawer drawer4d
yid 4d clrapp dropped l the hank ak aril the winnings winningsttto
tilto ttto it It wu a bad aeoye e He should shouldjive
1i jive ve put tit the < < money away before Core the pistol pltol1y pistolXpiasdy
Xpiasdy 1y was sleepy leep K iiis eyelids were werebe wereTr
Tr Wtthe be looked up when be heard the tbe1ili thee1w
1ili e1w punt t and ad beveled beveledgr wled wledB
B gr aer r 00 to beeed be e ed with a aDlectioa aiIog
iIog Dlectioa nifectionJio Dlectioatie
tie aw the Mexicans frightened eyes eyea1AJa4 eyestsd
1AJa4 tsd ed Hitchcock sad following their theirw theirwarulug
w warulug a Ash h turned slowly round and aadqte andloekedgatite
loekedgatite qte uarrawl narrowly into the muzzle oC oCU ofUtR
UtR glishmqs U aialaGClter aialaGClterftIt sinshooterDrop
Drop ftIt toe bag Ittldy If you please pieasew pleaseusid
usid w the broke broken but deliberate rambler gamblerlire
The bee f fat with Id his UlcMuld of paper paperand I
and 41 gold chugged oa the oilcloth top of the the0II1ette theroulette
roulette roulettelook 0II1etteJook
look out a he saw w lCeaneely hand baadVIItJ hand4n
VIItJ 4n g slightly wlatty backward bold them ap
l1ker higher That Thats It ItI It ItI
I ute to do it Kennedy said hitch Jitcbokialr hitchoeek
oeek bucking kialr slowly toward the door and 1lld1t andhpwlieg
1t hpwlieg k his artillery level at the dealer dealerfci dealers dealersfuse
fuse fci Fact i8the is the money WlWBt mine minered minelilonged
lilonged red to sister sick iltcrMI sistersadIcoukiat iltcrMIWt
coukiat Wt stand atau41e standICs
1e was gone In aa instant Kennedy Kennedy1ta Kennedybad
1ta bad mst c his gun and started for U the Maps Mapsdown ate atedftt
down dftt which jin beard Hitchcock bounding boundingMt
11 Mt JIM reacbed the hallway belOW just aa aalII4n astths
tths 1tugWhrnan lII4n swung into UI the saddle Mdd1eTIt saddleTltc
TIt Tltc perry struck with the spun p bounded botItMIedar1fte boundedaway
ar1fte away like a catapult Kennedy could hear hearits r rita
its busts smite Ite tile bard street u it itepeded itstampeded
stampeded but t be could not ICe for the therlar theglare
glare oC Ute lamps within had made the theaigktMe thenighteeem
aigktMe ItIckrd blacker and denser than ever everHe er erMood
He Mood be the middle idd1e of the wide de dertect deaerted
aerted rtect street sad lid bred hi his pistol at the thet1erinc theclattering
clattering t1erinc boot bests bat they only went wentwifter wentswifter
swifter and at last fen muffled alled a and dim on ontit onthe
tit the prairie sand lid at Ute edge of town towuThen townThen
Then Chuck trick tricked at Iii his own oftprac oftpracd oft prac pracgleed
gleed d clCIIII gun play OIItwttted by a tenderfoot teacl4trfootwtto tenderfootwho
who baclnt been ill camp two weeks hard ltearddie hardthe
die clutterinrfaroft cluttering farolf music oC Old Kan Kanoyerworked Molls Mollsoverworked
overworked piano wondered it hi his glory rtorywould glorywould
would fade when the hlalr gang knew and andwondering
wondering cursed the empty pistol I In his Itianel hisland
land nel the Mexican who bad slunk sway swaylaud y yd
laud d the SacHhn already far eMIt on the thesM
111 sM Blat there wu no help for It ht to torcaaiM toerganlsa
rcaaiM pursuit Ite addled his Own 0W1IpOIIl Ownposy
posy gad at daybreak be h had tM tMtit over overthe
tit the business 1ItIIi to Sheppard tile faro faroaRc daer daerand
aRc and with Pat IIfck Hickey the sheriff aM aMJhtcIt ad adEutck
JhtcIt JloIiday tile foreman fro from Mu MuWII az azwens
wens WII WM off acre across the IDe mesa alter 11 11ock liitda liitdacock
cock cocktees ock ockJe
Je tees IIIGtd makdn II fur the railroad said saidIlckey 14 14ll1ekey
ll1ekey ad the ut tilew ept away au across u uw1adtlWtlpt the thewledewipt
w1adtlWtlpt 1a1flell or sand ad Jut lib a aillaki asneakia
illaki sneakia tnderfoet tnderfoetAnd fII derl et etADd
ADd aura IseUICk enoughat at anon alter wen rid rielSar ridlug
lug Is his flacks IiY they led Into Jolla Jolla1I111road a arailroad
railroad station fir Isr f it b ssea a corral and andB anda
B water tank JIItlblelfc bad Mopped at atat atoae
oae at or tll the lIellMt hews rw a moat and drink but
I
he never dallied a minute when be got gotdone 1 1done
done II lAid the housewife who bo kept a sort sortof I Iof
of feee feed parlor for cowmen He jut jutrive justgive
rive the hon a wally wn au starte started < all to towarda I IwardA
wardA Pi Pisea River TIM They changed horses horsest horsesSt
St t the corral and DeI were = pe oae with the hot hotcollee hotcoffee
coffee dripping from their mustaches utache The TheBnIrUhns TheRrglishmans
BnIrUhns trail now led sway way from t the therailroad e erailroad
railroad skirted kirted the c1rJi drying bed of the river riverd river rivercud
cud d Itrtd away toward the shifting shiftingands lhiftinlnd
ands nd of tot lilt lKoonswept sea of hot white whiteUlcate whitesilicate
silicate that tilt miner and cowboy shuns sbunsand shuns2nd
and which i is called Poison Paradise be because because
cause at hl verge el nan runs th the slimy r river riverwhose er erwhose
whose WRt a t is t death to man an tr r beast beutToair beastTonight
Toair Tonight or r quit laid Maxwells Maxwellsforentau Maxwellsforeman
foreman IfItlttla Ute alkali from hi hiparc1led his hisparched
parched U tips We cant drink again again until untilwe
1 we gltt to Jolla Jollastud Tot II IIAmi
stud they galloped alt It night taking turns turuft turnstl
tl ft the rock rocky bed oC the river where it was wascooler wascooler
cooler and watching the edges where whereI whereHilelteoeks
I Hltebcocks pony bad floundered In the tbesand thesand
sand It was 9 oclock and the sun litce a ablaahB ablanitig
blaahB furnace hole was 1I8tcring theit theitredlf heh hehrcdft
rcdft > ttie when they found the fugitives rugltlvets110nl fugitivespony
pony dead III the sand with his stiff logs logsr legsstuck
tuck Into the fetid air from the mound or orsand ofsand
r
sand already drifted about his bod body At Atnoon Atnoon
noon hOArse with the hot dust and think thinkillg thinklug
lug the curses that their swollen ol1on tongues tongueslOuld tonguescould
could Dot utter th thay y saw HIM U He wa washUrtf was wassitting
sitting on the sand by the 0011 oney muck of ofthat ofthat
that spring which fed cool death to the therinr theriver
river Long before they reached him they theyuw theysaw
uw that be wu bent over something that thatglared thatglared
glared white In his hands But he did not nothear notbear
hear theist aM when they had scramble scrambleout cramWeout
out of Ute low ow margin oC the river and u unear unear
near where he sat they saw he was writing writingThey writingThep
They had their guns out now the Win Winchelter Wincheater
cheater and the exhausted ponies I herded herdedabout < < erdedbot
about bot him But he never looked up upHickey upHickey
Hickey snatched tched the paper from bit bithand hishands
hand and reed it white Kennedy lusting haUnrlor lustingfor
for the money olle held hi his gun at Hltchcocks Hltchcockshead Hitchcockshead
head headDar
Dar Chuck reAd the sheriff with a acriu agrin
grin 1 Rave tbemOtley the money to III my sister at at101la atJolla
Jolla and told her to go on the train I Ihope Ihope
hope she shes roa gone If you tallow 111e he hedOllt her herdont
dOllt drink tile water It Its poison I tried triedto triedto
to drink It further down the creek but butgoodby btltJOOdby
JOOdby Chuck I couldnt help l1elpKenedy helpKennedy
Kennedy kicked the Hugliakman U cliahw and the thedead thedead
dead body rolled over in the sand and lay layoekiRg laymocking
mocking oekiRg at the sun the bra brasea sk sky aNd the theIW thefamished
IW men n fro from 1 the Red Onion OlliouTt1 OnionTi1G
Tt1 Ti1G HALF NOT TOLD TOLDThe TOLDThe
The Tax layers ayers Should ill Ho VllIilll to toIaya to1ay
1ay Iaya a Little Higher Uato 111 Ordor Ordorto
to Supp Support < rt More Ilromon Firentonlddilor Ilromonlltlilor
lltlilor SIftIt Sunday 01 01I Okbv OkbvI
I wa was pleased to Me an article ia Jour Jourpaper yourpaper
paper calling attention to th the deprivation deprivationendured deprivationendured
endured by our fire fighters fightenI
I think we e will not always have such aHcbme suchsea
sea me all we now have ir Wt do not show showmore ho ho810re
more conaider consideration tlon for the thePI them themPlease
PI Please get the whole arrangement before beforethe beforethe
the people and I think the time will Rot hi hifar be befar
far distant when the these e men wits be an opportunity op opportulI
portunity portulI to realize that tbe they belong to the thelaumall thehuman
human family famUyI
I feel humiliated to think Imut I must be bone benefitted bonefitted
fitted by their sacrifice aacriliceIf
If aeeeuar necessary would not the tak tat payer be bewilli1t bewilling
willing to pay a higher rete although one onewoalel onewonld
woalel thiult it high enough now if by 10 10doi sodoing
doi doing c We e could have a double lorce of fire firemen
men 01 I for one would WOlIldThere wouldThere
There would be employment for more moremen ore oremea
mea and they would feel that the they were wereppnciated wereappreciated
appreciated appreciatedOur ppnciatedOur
Our police have it hard enough but our ourIreuaen ourAyemen
Ireuaen are little better than prisoners I Ibave Ihave
have neither husband or sweetheart ia the theIre thedye
Ire depltrtllleat but know there ta very verybtUe verylittle
little pIIIure pl esu a in ute for those who have bveWe haveWe
We dO not live by bread alone aloner
r with there were UI88 many like yourself to towork towork
work for the betterment 01 the peopleMay people peoplera
May ra yon prosper pro pr
Owns GLoB RIlADIU RIlADIUrho Rnu aa aaTim
Tim Days or the Week Week1hc WeekThe
The period oC time known by aU Chr Chrtiaa Chris Christan
tan nations lioua aa the week coull conMsts of seven sevendays Mvendays
days for which we have BfblJaI auUlodt auUlodtAIHODI authority authorityAmong
Among the Chinese ad Tbibetaus Tbibet n how howe however
e ever the week consists of oal only live days dayaIt daysIt
It I is laid that the Greeks and Romans Ron had hadao hadno
ao such division oC ti time 1e before tile Intro Introduction introduction
duction of Christianity Aside from thereligious the thereligious
religious significance of the seventh day for forreat forrest
rest it has been found a mot convenient coenlfittdivision convenientdivision
division of the lunar mouth Oftth During tile theFrench tilePrench
French Revolution the observance of S Sday Sun Sunday
day was abolished and the week wu made utadetea madeten
tea day days iD length It w was found however boweYerthat howeverthat
that a ret day oftener was absolutely en ential essen essential
tial to the physical welfare of the people peopleand peopleand
and It wu found neccaaary to reta returu to the Uaeold theold
old method of counting the week a seven Mftl1days sevendays
days daysIt daysIt
It I is usually stated that the dayf days f the theweek theweek
week are named ed after fter tie seven pla planets eta of oftbe ofthe
the Egyptian astronomers Thu Thus Sunday SUMdayi
i is the suns H day Monday ouda the mooot5 moons dayTuesday day dayTtltiday
Tuesday i is called by Saxon people from tremTIYt fromTlw
TIYt a deity who CQrrMpo corresponded ded to Mars iA iAtile inthe
tile Komaa mythology Wedneda Wednesday ames amesfroM comesfrom
froM Wodca who was the Saxon quIYa equivalsutof quIYa1e
1e lsutof toC Herc1ir Mercury Thursday from thor who wliowall whowato
wato wall to the SaxolUI Saxouswhat what Jupiter was to theReruns the then
Reruns n Prida Friday from Jfria the Saxons SaxonsV SaxonsVenus
V Venus while Saturday le A Saturns tana HY The TheChbaelC TheChinese
Chinese ciar days of the week are named Ir Irif foriron
if iron Oft wood nter water earth and air airSaw airSaw
Saw the Joke JokeA JokeA
A prominent Botoahlqulred Bostonian inquired of ofLe a alendon
lendon Le oa shopkeeper for lIare flares Walks la laIocadota inLondon
London II The shopkeeper after lte mach machsearch ucla uclaMareb
search found it on hi his Ib11Mat shelves but in two twoI twovolumes
I volumes volumesAk IOta
IOtaAIt
AIt ltaid the Bostonian you 01 hy hy70tar have haveyour
your Blare Bar parted la the middle 0 over hers hersWhat JI JIWIuIt
What queried the Btagulu ngnehausr ngnehausrblankly au aubfakIT
blankly peering his bands or Ids hair hairThe JtalrTIle
TIle ant da day the Bostonian caUed for fora foraother att attother
other boot bookIm
111 10 glad you returaecl aid 14 the theBUCIi theEnglishman
BUCIi Englishman I want to tell yOM I Me that thatjete thatjob
job
No to Mid the lDAllllCerc malinger 1 tM provincial provincialtheater
theater I 4oat think we oast stand aM aMotlNr another
other Uncle Tom Toms Cab Cabin Uleyt this yar I Iu But Butthis
this u le something new w wevt brought it I Ito up upto
to date te Ob I rue geese e waw tw had aU tr trrlatiOl llsa llsavariations
variations rlatiOl l or It here aerted nt tke s manegir manegirof all t tc
of c tile theater No YOUCB1 you havent pscM4 pscM4the te41 te41tlte
the manager nager 01 the company we de sway swaywith
with tua the bIoodllou bloodhounds entirely aM have haveriot Ita Ita1IaNd
riot ohued 1IaNd with aa anloasbik anloasbikA Ic IcA
eke
A A If lifew York prcher pia grit i aJHlOUlaaiBI aJHlOUlaaiBIfl
ps fl tke theology au long ftIOtIjb to paatc a aUUk atitle
title e en Wallltl1 Wall street and alldwl ae a re result lt III istoo 35 35f
f too ahead Feed my lamb 1 i is welt enough enoughto
he its way but shear the lambs make ak a alaMer afatter
laMer pocketbook
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FA FAIOUS IOUS CRACKS IEN IENI iIENCount IENI IENI IENCount I I
I i
Count Max Shinburn Chauncey ChaunceyJohnson ChaunceyJohnson
Johnson and Ed Rtce RtceMILLIONS Rice RiceMILLioNS
I IBy
MILLioNS MILLIONS OF DOLLARS S SECURED SECUREDByThfsTrie UREO
By ByThfsTrie ThBIiI of AaoOlUlll1shed Burg Burglar9 Bur BurIRI8
IRI8 UutIn lint lu thol their Old Ao it go thby arcPauper4 arc arclal1Pors
lal1Pors Pauper4 anti Petty Thloves Owln OwlntQ Owing Owingto
tQ the ftc invention ornurlar 4larms Marnlsnull 4larmsunUOthor
unUOthor null Other Dovloes or Modern ModernSolonco lodcrn lodcrnSQlenuo
SQlenuo Soloncoo
j y i y yO1
o O1 1 of ftlJ tljsl unaccountnb1c rtljj i llich llichgbvcrn9rs hicltgbvernors
gbvcrn9rs pardoning ant and patdlards patdlardsregularly ar l tl lards lardsRjgularly
regularly perform Is the rcleahof rele l iroCe8 iroCe8slonal rofes rofesslonal
slonal burglars either bypardol1 c cjmntuta cjmntutation qbmuta qbmutatlon
tlon of their sentences or parole parolIf paroleIf
If there 16 a criminal who wilt l1 not t who whocannot whocannot
cannot reform it is the burglar Yet he Is Istbe isthe
the preferred prisoner by the pardoning pardoningpowers J1 rdoning rdoningpower
power for their favqrs favors The writer has llRStatilitics hasstatistics
statistics to establish the fact tballn that in the theOhio theOhio
Ohio Penitentiary ten burglars ate paroled paroledcommuted paroledcommuted
commuted or pardoned for one oC al11 anyothrr anyothrrclass oth r rc1au
class or criminals The counterreJter is ismrel israrely
mrel rarely shown mercy the burglar has it itshowered itshowered
showered on him yet the unholy gain of ofboth ofboth
both daMes bear no equitableprop equitable proportion proportionwhatever rtion rtionwbatever
whatever The burglar soq omtlmn etinnes in a asingle asingle
single job makes more than a counterfeiter counterfeitercoulll counterfeitercould
coulll accumulate ia a lift tint And now nowCongress nowCongress
Congress is being asked to make uepellalty the penalty
for the counterfeiter more savers Mver and his hilchance hischance
chance oC pardon lela lelaHere leeeHere
Here are short sketches ktch of a few famous famoulburglallJ famousburglars
burglars who have been put out oC business bUliineltliby businessby
by modern science in th the construction of ofCea ofsafes
safes Cea and inventive alarms Old I ages too toohu toohas
hu become a factor in their preesint pnt harm harmIe harmlees
Ie lees condition conditionCount conditionCount
Count Max Shlnbumlfter Shinburn after defying rinl the tbeYaylt thevault
vault and laCe makers or the wairW w rld and andloothll andlooting
looting banks in thi this country and abroad abroadCor abroadfor
for an aJlllregate gain ot in of S5ooooeo Sooooea tile great greatcrialinal greatcriminal
criminal fell a victim to modern science mellceHe scienceHe
He wa was released not long ago from the theClinton theClinton
Clinton N Y Prison after a five year yearterm yearsterm
term for robbing th the Mlddleburg Bank Bankpennileu Bankpenniless
penniless gray with age brok brokan in health healthand healthand
and spirit The story of tIe mans liCe is isfull isfull
full DC chapter which one find finds it hard to tobeUev tobelieve
believe In hill prime be waaUuly sync tuly the thegreatest thegreatest
greatest criminal in the world Rdloff R lofT the thebutcher thebutcher
butcher who fought life way to freedom freedomKOrell freedomscores
scores of times over the bodies of r his own ownviethu ownvictims
victims excelled him in daring daring perhaps perhapsbut perhapsbut
but no criminal that ever lived has ld his me mechanicaieniul mechanicalgenius
chanicaieniul chanicaieniulShlqburll chanicalgeniusShinburn
Shlqburll i is a German who was alt taught taughtthe ught ughtthe
the trade of a machinist and locksmith by
his father came to this countr country before hewaaieventeen he hewaICvetlteen
waICvetlteen years urll old and had fabnchd fabnchdon
on a ware career r oC crime before he was eighteen eighteenH eighteenHe
H He had wonderful skill as a locksmith and alldwaa andwas
was taken up by two noted criminalsGeorge criminals crinllnalsGeorge
George lilies 1m and Fairy McGuire whom whomhe whomhe
he met ill a New York gambling house houseThey houseThey
They u used eci him in robbing a bfew tW 1 Jersey eney
ban bank 11 and tire success ucces of the venture was wasdlte wasdue
due primarily to his skill tiU It He progrea progressed progressedrapidly ed edrapidl
rapidl rapidly and a as Iti bit ability 1t become cIIWI known knownin knownin
in the crook world hm hit iervlselt were in incontant inconstant
constant demand lie probably bly ethfaged ltd in inweaty intwenty
twenty robberies before his Liam r cal1l cal1lknoWD came cameknown
known tot to the au suthoritla H Ifed 1Htcetr 1HtcetrtilIned feely feelyattained
attained tilIned hi his majority wbe wbenhe be was pladidug pladidugout laQlllng laQlllng01lt
out big robberiealor robberies for IIhaIf IIhaIfAt hinmirlfAt
At that tie the ORl only atfe r in general enera1 use 1IHin usein
in banks and busine business hoses in tbia thiscoiin thiscoiintry cO cOtry
try wu that made de by tI the > ti1l tally Company CompasyShiliburn CompanyShinburn
Shiliburn figured that It mu who could cculdmaer couldmaster
master the secret 01 tJ tale etaUy Lilly combination cOlUbluaionlock combinationlock
lock could loot every tllly safe are in the thecountr thecountry
countr country He Ie decided to go and wort work for tqrthe forthe
the Lf1ty Lilly Company lUI Blloe and McGuire McGuiregreed 3cpuireagreed
greed to keep hilll itt tunda fund wlti whiIYl he heItudled liestudied
studied Such an expert machinist a aShlnbnrtt as asShinburn
Shlnbnrtt had 110 dimcult difficulty ht getting tin lh lhjob the thejob
job lie wan wanted ld It took Ilhll over a year 10 10obtain toobtain
obtain aU the information be nettled for Cortlte forthe
the successful consummation of the St caries cariesof rfe
01 robberies he had planned but Ite ktat ktatwork keptat keptatwork
work with patience The most important inltHIftantdl importantdiscovery
dl discovery eovery hlemade hit DlRde at the time was that a aperaon aperson
person wit acute hearing could br pulling puUinghi pullinghis
hi his ear near the rtullock lock of the Lilly safe and anllturtling andturning
turning tile dial discover at what ha number numberthe numberthe
the tumbler dropped into piKe Remade Hetllrdea
a careful study oC difficult co combinations combinationsand 1binatlen 1binatlenaad
and is credited with a discovery that i Mid Midto id idto
to h have driven the Lilly safe fe oat otthe otthewarket of the themarket
market He removed the cotl1bi combination combinationfrom IMIdon IMIdonCrODI
from a safe a and d then placed an n impression impressionable ll1preuioaable
able piece of paper under it The Thea he heturned heturned
turned the dial slowly lowl and nd found tht when wbeaeer whenever
ever a cumbinatiuu 111I number r war loa ibed ibedthe eeahedthe
the lnpreliOlJ Oil the paper became more Noreditinct moredistinct
distinct By using a microscope Shinra Shinrawu
wu able to tell wheat whe the combination combinationnumbers cowbluationnumber
number wer were With tb thiS lU area of ulu uluable valuable
able inron Information ation Shinlttit and hi his UIQ UIQciate associates
ciate plundered Lilly safes rea all n over the thecountry thecountry
country finally driving the Lilly Company CJmPfnyont
ont of bulnelS Time ad again the man manwu manwas
wu arrested and several c convictions nvlctiol1ll are ga on onrecord onrecord
record against hllll but no prl80lFwaf Over tvertronlr Overstrong
strong enough to hold hilll for long 10agWith longWith
With the police or the 11I country after aftilrhim aftilrhimSltlnburn him himShinburn
Sltlnburn went to New York cit city and in inveated invested
vested a large sum oC molle money in tile Itmk etdCkmarket Itmkmark
mark market t He wa was warned to fiy a as th thu au authoritle authorities
thoritle were closing in 011 him but he hecalncly hecalmly
calmly waite1 waiteyl to see how his investment iuvcflmilltwould investmentwould
would turn out A sudden utld ta r rise H In the market marketbrought marketbrought
brought him a fortune and with over
1000000 or stolen illoltey money he a liUed sled for Del Belgl81 Delglum
glum with which country the Unitedtates Unitedtateshad United tates tateshad
had no extradition treaty at that time lie liepurchued Hepurchased
purchased the title and estate oC a decrepitnobleman decrepit decrepitlIoblemaD
nobleman and blossomed forth as Count CountShinburn CountShinburn
Shinburn lie pent thousands of dollar dollarOft dollarsor
Oft entertainmenta the magnitude of hi hioperation his hisoperations
operation on the Bourse staggered tagi the theutive thenative
native speculators and Id his enormous win winuillp winrings
rings and beings were commented 011 all alloyr allover
over Europe For 15 years h he kept up this thisgate thisgate
gate then cam came a Mr series of misfortunes and andtbe andthe
the great bask burglar WU penniless Manite Ollce Ollcemore etteemore
more moreHe morelie
He went to Pari Paris sect at some fSW fSWAmerican fugitive fugitiveAmerican
American crooks tit therm and planned the therobbery therobbery
robbery of the Preylilcl Bank at Vfter VfterBelgium Vitrlera VitrleraBelgium
Belgium Th The mereetaceident attaecldent hi the world worldrnulted worldresulted
resulted in the arrest Of ShlnbuQl a and d hia hiapels hiepale
pale be WUMRt to 0 jU for he yeah ean but butescaped butescaped
escaped in a moxlh moxlhSome Uh UhSome
Some of tile big f fib that Shinbum IU IUpged engaged
pged in were tht rewr robbtrY of the tehlrk and andWllkeabarre andWilkesharre
Wllkeabarre e coal t C Companys mpay otBOt atWIdte atWIdteHaven at White WhiteHaven
Haven Penn of f beo In cash by tunnel tlll1l1eliDg tunneling
iDg his way to the vault from an adjllplU adjllplUUdi adjednlabuilding
building Udi gj the robbery of r tile Walp Walpete tc N NII NIf
II Bank of 50800 ooool the robbery of the It ItAlbanll 1 1Athens
Athens Vt k Bank kr of IO aooo OO the robbery or orUte ofthe
Ute Ocean Ho Bank k Ir Jfiwlclt stree street New NewYork NewYork
York of 1 OOO4QOi ooooodtp In tit ney ey and aecu H ltfa ltfathe hlS hlSthe
the robbery oC thte f1t W tlbblarylaud IIilarylaad U Illnk nJc 01 013st5ooo r rlISooo
3st5ooo 3st5oooRhinbura lISooo t tlilinbura
lilinbura bdapk 1lit11 t fIlca men en bto eij idbet idbetseveral t
several 1 tllfIif Umss b m ii 4 d bra brolto1t broknti jail jailfully IldlCuily
fully a doa dositt tt i i 1t vnie over fiv Avc tl1rf tl1rfago ors orsago
ago that SbinbNtltpta IJ oW man n then ffn Uv
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against modern science Iowa at the WIG WIGdie Middleburg
die dleburg burr N Y Baltk Bonk He and hi his asso associates 0 0ciatcs
ciatcs rot to the door of the vault and had hadblown hadblown
blown away way every obstacle with nitro lIitroglycerine nitroglycerine
glycerine before the they realized that they bad badset hadset >
set off a burglar alarm larln Sblnbunl escaped escapedon
on II handcar but wa was arrested later in inNew hlNew
New York city cityChauncey10huaol1 cityChauncey
Chauncey10huaol1 Chauncey Johnson a tna moan who stole over
2000000 in Id Ida titne died penniless penlllile not notlour notlong
lour ago while serving a term III prison for ferstealing forstealing
stealing a pocketbook lrom rein a woman In a aNew aNew
New York city bookstore He took the thepocketbook thepocketbook
pocketbook because be was 111 need In Inhis Inhis
his time he was one oC the ntOlltsklUful and andsucccHrul andsuccessful
succcHrul thlevealn thieves in the country but the theaeM thefield
field for his peculiar tolents had dlsap dlsappearod disappealed
pealed He stole 100000 tooooofrom from the Hatters HattersBank HattershiankatBetltel
Bank hiankatBetltel at Bethel Coun and 400000 from fromthe fromthe
the Marine National Bank III 1863 be bewalked liewalked
walked into a Philadelphia bank with a long longsteel longsteel
steel wire hauled 14000 out through the thepaying thepaying
paying tellers window right undtr undf r the oC oCfidals officials
fidals nose He took it in three packages paekagesand packagesand
and wasnt detected until he bad the third thirdpackage thirdpackage
package almost out In 1867 he walked in into into
to August Delmonts office at Wall and Wil WilHams V11 V11hiatus
Hams street New York sauntered sauntered past pastderks pastclerks
clerks and office boys reached lIr Bel Bel1I10nts Belmonts
1I10nts desk < took 25000 worth of Gov Government Goverunent
ernment bonds ollds from It put them In his blspocket hispocket
pocket and walked out again A month ntonthafter monthalter
after this he walked into the office of th thA the theAdams
A Adams < laml Express Company In New York
just as the cashier was Icaving his cage to togo togo
go to luncheon He slid in th the cage as the thecaillier thecashier
cashier went out put on the latters office officebat officelist
bat atll and duster and white pretending t twork tg
work over some books rifted the cash
drawer and safe oC IOO He walked Into Intoa
a New York bank one morning and notified notifiedthe notifiedthe
the bookkeeper that lie had been discharged dischargedand dischargedand
and that he Johnson had been eml employed employedin > loyod loyodill
ill bl life place While the indignant book bookkeel1er bookkeeper
keeper went to see ee the president about the tlsematter thelIIaU
lIIaU matter r Johnson vamoosed wilts 15000 By Bysimilar Bysimilar
similar exhibition or nerve Johnson robbed robbeda
a number or hotel safes while wltilethe the clerks clerkewere clerkswere
were 011 duty but a few feet away But his bisface hisface
face became known and It tluaUv became becamea
a police cntolll to arrest him every time be beappeared le leappeared
appeared on the street Prison lICe bad badrobbed hadrobbed
robbed hint or hla hi wonderful nerve and be bedaccnded hedescended
descended to the petty crimes oC the street streetpocketpicklng streetpocketpicking
pocketpicklng Sac SacAn c cAn
An almost similar case 18 that of Edward EdwardRice EdwardRice
Rice better known as Dig Bt ltd Rice He Hewa Hewas
wa was la last t arrested for staling a pocket pocketbook pocketbookfrom ook ookCrolll
Crolll a woman in a Twentythlrd street car
in New York City Once or twice before beforetbat beforethat
that he had been accused of picking pickingpockets pickingpockets
pockets but the crimes could not be beCaatened befastened
fastened on hint When convicted of the thestreet thestreet
street car robbery Rice broke down and andconfOliaed andconfessed
confessed that he bad turned pickpocket pickpocketbecause pickpocketbecause
because there was nothing else for him to todo todo
do The only money he had for over a year yearwas yearwas
was what he could raise by pawning the thescarCplns thestarfpine
scarCplns watches and article of Jewelry
he bad stolen from lDen and women In Instreet instreet
street crowds This confession front a man nlanwho manwho
who with his all8oclatelladstolen associates liadstolen millions mll1lonsin
in his time was interesting Next to Shin Shinbtlrn Shinburn
burn be was regarded as the most danger dangeroa dangeroils
oils oa bankrobber b nkrobber in the country
Around the country t today day there are prob probably probably
ably a score of o outer her crooks who thrived thrivedand thrivedand
and made fortunes by their nerve antI skill sklUin skillin
in the ahny days of the crackslUan But Buttheir ut uttheir
their day has DAllied and every year two twoor twoor
or three of them are picked up for SOllle SOllletrlflillg setaetrilling
trilling crime that fifteen or tWlnt twenty years YttaIlJagO yearsago
agO they would have scorned aeor ed tottllk to think at ateommltthlg ofcommitting
committing atectridt Electricity and d Ute moderK moderKMle rtlodetusafe
safe 1tt have ve driven < thm to the wi1L fit Grad GradUy GradlIy
Uy the they are dying off Jbms 1 VI unhap IUS 11aP a atatbask
tn tatbask < < basrftl1 < < t who III W5 1 het > 1I tlGovernor 1
Governor ltun Russell or M sebuse4s ht 1itll rtrO rtrOwtY o owas
was reccntl recently arrested In Chicago wltd while vol volishlng polishing
ishlng a set et oC the portable burglars tools tootathat toolsthat
that Max Sbhlburn Invented Bent with wltkage withage
age and hilt eighteen years of prison lICe lICecoughing lifecoughing
coughing his life away with cOlllumption cOlllumptionthis
this one onetime time brilliant thief worked away awayover awayover
over his tools which a as lie afterward can canfe confessed
fe fessed ed he was going to use to break into a acandy acandy
candy stole stoleA storeA
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