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T jjtf0i& ' 'v ". THE WORLD i WEDNESDAY EVENINC?, DECEMBER Vr"''
ALLAIRE'S FLAT DENIAL. Hf ' i ' Hf J- CConUja from Flnit Paced Hf '-' , ' T'he captains seated about''hlm avid bbbbbbbbbbH& V ,-ia!kfd oBlicf the room. It was undar K' At,' ataod ihiv he iai excused (or thovila,y IUbbbbbbbK '.nt'-'Mi.t. Ukkkw ff i ' fr' UofTa moment was lengthened oul t vVnto.Wtore tlan a quarter or an hour. He kkkVy .t ,imni Mr. uJtrome had another confab K f'.'i.r'wlth the Fens tors, and the delay only LILILV "5fX ? .wired to rouse Interest to u higher kkkm 'C f"th.7, Father Ducex came In during kkkWt ,- ( , the. Interval and took his- accustomed kkkV H"! jTlace." LbLbLW Cy . ll w Ju,t noon when Mr. Oolt kkkwf'iff3lttPtafa ibe-order or the day by calling t 'V'pr. Owen'-J.' Ward, who was appointed B V1 lasfnlght to consult with Or. Wrlsht In BBK'if ' ' reganl to the condition or John J. BP hj 'Martin. BBr;' llnrtltcU n Vrrr Mick Man. 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BBwST - Tno wAtness said that while Martin's BBBB: C V physical iwndlfon would not preclude an BBBS' .v'?J exatnlnatlon undet oath, his mental con BBBB ' Cj ttylttlon waiuch that no rellancu could BBBB tY.-'ibe -placed .upon his statements. Ills BBBS ?,- memory wart affected very seriously. BBBB Uf " Dr Ward said that the patient's health BBBB.'1' I ..Would not rsY detrimentally affected by BBBB ff "n examrnatlvn such as he made yester BBBB i-; day, but a coss-examlnatlon by coun-BBBKv,-v would undcnibtedly be Injurious. His BBS'v't disease- appealed to be n progressive BBBB' 1,1 : one,, and was npt the result or a uudden BBSR' attack' of paralysis. BBBB ''V 3, The Committed thought It would be as BBBt J? ' "well 4nct to exonUne Martin. H -j4 Called for, Cnpt. Oelntaey. B fi ' iMr, Qoff then called two or three times BBBB "i Jf.wiffor Capt. Delantiy, who at last made his BBBB; ,Wi i wy io the fron through the crowd from BH. HhL th? corridor. BBBM -; - Mr. Uoff, beforn putting; him on the BBBB1 -n ' stand." called attention to the .fact that BBBJB i?.' (, Thomas BracVcy, an ex-roundsman of BBBBrA'" he Twenty-ninth Precinct, who had BBBB) -(' 'been retired on a pension, wan now BBBB i-V' -"Chief of Police of Norwalk, Conn. He BBKBV) "Imply offerol this rs showing snm of BBBB nJi' ''the working of .the Police Pension Fund BBB ijjj system. BvBZ Vi'? Intermnnn Anln nn the ItiicU. BBBiSf" BBs'w Tne nrBt 'wttn'-ns to take tho stand BBBB't' "tras Policeman Iinermann, who testified BBBB-''' yesterday. Mr. GofT salil he had re- BBBB1 celved a getter f.'om the fluent of tho BBBB i American i line In I regard to him, anil BBBS. r'v nsked hint If he -wished to change tho BBBB testimony he had given yesterdnv, BBBB A "Yes, air." saUl Intermann, "I want BBSK i to say now that I used to divide up the BBSS Jy; ' money I sot ,-wlth the -ward man." BlVjVX? V Waen rou iM 'tou nvTrr sv up any of It. jVBSklj 414 you iwar to an untrutht A I did BBBB AT a J Vi'f ita 1o o Out' A. t wantra to aavo BHHnUsr mT frumii id, vsi) an.l Ptrct. Taylor. I IIJ BaV1!' , not tny yesterday that J ol tha money from lha BV atcamihli companlaa. BVaBB-K 1 "That Is all I'-evmnt from you." said BBBBJv(J 'Mr.aoff, but the wIcnrsH nald he wanted BBBB '& i to make .a statement, so ho was allowed BBBB -t-i tq do so. Mr. Htt desiring It to be BBSSf"5 noted that he dlu v not ask him any BBBB 'w questions, ind that 'the testimony wus BBBB '' entirely voluntary. BBBB- f'i only want to say," said Intermnnn, BBBB An "that vat first J used, to xlve tin half of BBBBKy,7' jhsl I ?ot, and aftrrwards ii out of 'MVB '1 'the 140. to the ward1 man." BBBbJm 'V 'Alntlta'le la n I'rrjnrer, K- In answer to'flena tol'O'Connor's ques-BBBB-i - tlon, the Arltnew admitted that he hud BBBB -4 nerjured himself yelterday, because the BBBBM -WV4 polk understood that they must stand BBBB A "' oy Itheir superlorW and each other. BBBK ' through thick ami rliln. BBBB .-.. John Marrett.wbo' was formerly agent BBBBf i ' thsfloolety fotr i the Prevention of BBSBr:'" O'l-ne !wnlle Oardpcr was Superintend BBBBtvi cnt of the Society, was next called BBBB'tV -'' r w'tness, und .questioned by Mr. BSBy " Moss BBBSA He testified that In the Gardner rase BBBB' R witness namd Uiomas Hyan had BBSS'- mnde a certain stalanent to htm ami BBSBA Mr, Jctome, which he ufterwards dlrect- BBBBV' y contradicted on the trial of (lardner. BBSS ,. ' in otner vords, Hyan turned trultor. BBBK' i Prev'ora to tne trial Miirrett said he BBBK7 went to the bniw of Bicit. liyrnts In BBBK. company with t'ynn. BBBm-, ' "I went co tv,e house -with a letter BBBB -j, ,Ryan had given me for Mrs. Hymen. BBBjT- , A vbuiig woman opened the door und BBBK, took my name upstairs. Hlv didn't come BjBBsb luck, but a man came down named BBS. I'rnnk." t BBBB! "Wo- this Tronk ManglnV" BBBB"'-,. "I don't know, but while U was talk- BBBB.J Ing to him, Hupt. Ilyrnes came und BBBSn walked Into the parlor uIto I was BBV'- rlttlng, He said something to Frank, BBBBL i and then asked me what 1 nuuted, BBK-r- RlinWeii K tf ' "' Eire him the letter from Hyan to BBBM -',rB- liyrnes, and when he nttul It he BBBE tul .very mad or pretended to, anil BBBKr .-. igrabbecl me by the collar, and hustled BBSS' "e about the room, BBBjK "Then he culled rrnnk and told liltu BBBK' to call two policemen to nrreitt me, as BBaaWf . 1 was irulllv of a felonv In cumllur to BBBm'i the house and seeing Mrs. Uyrnts He BBBB' said he would send me up for ten years. BBBK "Then he asked me what I knew BBBfi about the Gaidner case, und I told him BBBBl' i all about htiw Capt. Devtry andUetec- BBBS- live Crowley went to my lioum with BBBS v I.lllle Clifton after aardncr's urrist atid BSBB'''' compelled me to let them search Card BBBF''",T ner'a room. BBBS', "Gardner lived In my house. They BSBB-.V ' found the baixet there with a roll of BBKC tIUs In the top. which I.lllle Clifton rec- BSBST B" zeJ nnd w-hirh Cnpt. Uevery showed BBSEp to me I toll Sunt, lljrnea all I knew BBSB; about Gardner's ca?e. Uyan had played BBBS- ,ne BBBS llrn- Vnkev lllllt Tell All. B. Q. TJ.pi you wr afraid of llyrnea? A. Ye, V t sir. 1 waa afraid lia had a rate agalnat tut. K, . At any ralf. he could Iiavh manufactured fine m 3s U The aamv aa h did lu the Uarduer caae B - A W Q The Drat thins Kupt hymea did hu he H e COt )ou Into lile p.)wer. then. na to Indure )ou Ki: , to betnir the Sxicty of Mch you Mtie an a aitntT A. Yea. air. I didn't nan't to tell, tut OT. he made me Bf , ... -iIr- -a'"'8 asked the witness If Supt BSBB , Byrnes had not caught him by the hair V., and offered him oti.-r Molence, but Mr. Br ,i Marrett dented this. He war only hus- K 'led Hbout. MArrett said he was seventy- B four yean old. Subsequently, he hud B' met Ryan who told him that he too BBSS ',Rj been picked up and threatened nnd BBK compelled to tell the District-Attorney K all he knew about tne Gaidner case. B, Mf. Moss called attention to the rneth- Rl oils" of. Intimidation employed by the W' Police Department, as shown by Mar Bi' rett's testimony. It was the first time. B. , no said, that the facts In regard to the BBBK Gardner case had been made public BBBr, No Use lu Cuiuplnlli. R, Senator O'Connor wanted to know B wny atsrrett i ad nover made a com- BSSB' plaint agains Supt. Ilyrnes for way K,' -t laylnc him and Imprisoning him In such B a way. 'jut he st..) hn thought It would H be of no use. Kr After he had told his story of Gard- V ncr to Supt. Byrnes, the latter, the wlt P, . ' ness said, called "Frank." and rescinded ':. tne order about procuring tho t'.vo po- Hv llcemen und let Marrett go. Ef "Ii Cnpt. Allaire here?" asked Mr. K'f Goff after Marrett had been excusid. B He was not In the court-room then, but ';' After Diphtheria Ef - , r Wh'i h u rskena and exhausts then hole ) stem, KU ' ) ' J)C,1 h-glrlng tonic Is n tided, lllc . HOOD'S y, HOOD'S B.."ii 'i laraaparllla which purines and enrlchts thebltod KV!'. - uidglreiBtrtnita. OtU Hood's Ks;?' sarsapanlla Pfarsaparilla K fr't-T;?f,J ''fUlflor lndlestlon. 20c l& MsSMsBSBBBBstli t tey,fcC S&t'i a. BSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBWlirl' J. Lichtenstein & Sons ' offer Bargains in their OlOak and Suit Dep't 1 , for the remainder of this week. Chinchilla, Beaver, IKersey and Cheviot Jackets 7.85 Reduced from $12.75 OPEN EVENINGS until Christmas. 23d St. West ' r,, I8ergt. Patrick IJyrne, who reprehented him., .urn! ho would go und brlns him in. Culled tln Herwnnt Insteiiil, Mr. GofT Instead put Hie sergeant In the witness stand. Mr. Oolt said It illlllcult to get all the oltlroi-N he had 'sulipoenned to attend, hccntise many of thoni were nl the Court of Over and Terminer this morning." Mr. Goft, referring lo the testimony xlven 'jesierday by meniliers of the slHimboat sqund to the uffect that they paid half the money they receUed tb inn Captain, nsked the witness If he knew unythlng about It. . r rcLLOWNMNU 0OFF QOXfKlt. "Notlilntr whatever!" said Hvrnes. "I never saw nny money collected 01 paid oyer, but 1 henrd rumors thut money was being rolleMed from the men." Q 1)11 ou eter collect anylhlni ioiirtrlf A. Naer. Sever Snsv Hie Dummy llrpnrl. Q DIJ you ever lee Ihe Ftrtel Cleanliif nnort hlrh was put In Ihe little ilnaar at the left if the desk A Yei It as a dilljr report that went to the Ininector U Soniettmni the euelpe, t) maraed. It ji taunted yeilenlay. ruiitalned bill 10 the amount of ttiKl and ner Did ou evr ae aurh an emelupeT A Neer NoiIiIiik hut ihe leauljr rtnor. g Aa a aeiceant. you had -ceii lo the draer? . .'.'. "r ' sld hate seen any muh rnx ope If It had heen nil there If money waa put Hi a i envulope and eent lo llrajiuartera for Ihe Meanuiual S.iued It rnt lliniujli nome other medluiii than Hie trre,t-rleanlni report Kergt. Cornelius Held, also of the Htcamlwat Hiiuud, was next cilled lj Mr. (lor. lfp ald lie U,1 liern nn the force twenty-eight yeursi, mid ser geant In the squad two yeirs anJ a half, half, i li ou I now nnylhlric about ihla prartlre of tlm hM-mbera or thla aquad slvlni; up part of tlrelr money to the Captain? A. Nothing at all, air 4 Never hear! of It? A Never, air. I don't mlnj iflllnt yoj frankly. Veer 1 1 ear it of (lie Hiirlupi, Q How about the enretope with money that they a ae anmetlmea plared In a drawer In the deak to go lo I'olko IleadiuarteraT .Sfii heard of It. Perfectly ahaurd Couldn't have been put there or I would hae wfn II 0 ou know Ihe drawer alluded lo A Certaln l Always otin AnyUvly mlcht hae looked Q flul Ihe rnly persona who had a rlsht to open this uiaorr were the Captains and tne Serneanla! A Tl-el'a rltht , 1 And will jou aaear ou never sow an el lelope In that drawer labelled "Streit-Clenalnx Iteporl!" A. I will (J ai van neier harl that money wis as jent to lleaoiiartera A I mlaht hie he.rl but I never a oppe I 10 I'alen 1 has alaaya taken u, lth my duties, and had no time to im at tention to them. ' 'In lor CoiitriiilletK S,.,.rN. ,Se't'Tn!or w" tUen rccr'ied. nnd Mr. (.oil rend to Mm an Interview In one of the morning papeis with Inspector btecrs, In which the latter characterise! bergt. Tiolor's testimony na a tissue of falnehoods and prompted by teellngs of revenge. Denies steers s HlnleuiriiU. Q llaie ou any reienseful feellnna against Inepecior rteer7 .No. sir t feel my friendly to him now Q Inspector Steers toe. on bo say you eama lo lilt houie last Saturday nlsh' la that an 1ft I went there but I didn't tell hlnl he ncelnt light Iho naa a. the, ,., I "it Sergt. Taj lor denied each and every one of tho statements attributed to him in the Interview- with Inspector Steers, denied that he was IntoxU-uted or thnt he became furious and violent and threatened to expose the ex-Inspector and make It hot for him unless he would help him and get him off ns a witness before the I.exow Committee. Mr. Hon read the ivhole uf the alleged Interview with the Inpector. and TayW also denied that the latter had made any of tha statements attributed lo him He then gave this version of the li tervlew: Ills Story uf the Interview. "I had been waiting for two dais with a BUbpoena fiom the Committee, und having kome time ofT Saturday night I went up to Inspector Hieers's noun "I rang the bell and ho came to the door. I told him I wanted to say a word to him and he asked me to come In. "I said. 'So. Inspector, I only want to say this to you, I'm summoned be fore the Lexow Committee, and I'm go lug to tell the truth.' ' He said to me. ' You are not going to bring mo In, are you, John?" '1 said, I'm going to tell the truth. J.n,pA.101,' an.?.1 wa"" lo let you know It. That's all.' "He asked me to come In ond see Mrs. 5,e.'K'., W ' "'used, and putting on my hat bid him good-night and went out. ;Tha.t Is all the conversation I had with Inspector Steers. I was not at his house five minutes. "Why did you go to tell the Inspec tor of your Intentiono to testify against hlmT "Heeause I felt friendly towards him, and did not want to have him first hear Jrof !,he newspaper that I had so testified. I had made up my mind to ' (ft "t iMaataBaaaaaaaaaaaaBr i .. .SiAf ..V-. pterin Bros, will offer to-morrow In their Glove Departments the following Excellent Valines Ladies' Real French Cy p . Kid Cloves, with 4 large ; Sk pearl buttons, In viJCtJ' the most desirable colors - y-' Ladles' Pique Cloves (TT)Il with 4 large buttons, at Jr Men's Lined Kid Cloves, , S. Pique GloVes, 1 oJVy West 23d St. tell everything, and It was not more than fair that 1 should let him know It. Hm He Wim .Vol Drunk. Q Were yuu drunk llitt nltol! A No, sir: I ae not Mr. Ooff tried to get tho Sergeant to tell why It was tint he collected the money .from the men, but all he would say at first was that It was the custom to do so. "Didn't ynu give Hint money to In spector tjttem In consideration of hli nllnuiug the policemen to remain on tho rerpeetlve docks on which they were detailed?" nskeil Mr. Holt. "Yes. Iluu Is about It," finally admitted the witness, utter considerable hesita tion. (J To that It was money that was siren as a bribe after all' A 1 aupH)te It waa. Q Ilaa any one sicken In ynu about )our les llmony of lestirdart A 1 ea euieral (.titers hav uueallxned me, but t told them 1 could not talk about it Did you tiaie a convcrutlon with Innpector Rteers abmK the iluin CapL Allaire wai trans ferred tu the precinct' A Vee We were at llrad,uarlera, and ilia sul,e"l of the money pay luenta came up luspertor Steera lotd me lo go on cj'lrrllni the meney as before, and to put It every month In the particular drawer that he men. lone I, and I did al Ll Was that our lait conversation wllh In epeclor Slee.'a on that aubJectT A, It was I'lialrma l '.jaow Hid Intpe.tor H.eers eier tell jsii veTist he was mlnn in do wllh Iho nijuei t A. Neter, sir I neer s.kel him. U. filun v he Klve you any Intimation thit part nl it wou d n ao-neAhcre else? A. No, a'r but (Jl looked that way Ah Capt.- Allalro had not returned, n VeceM was taken at the clone of Seigt. Taylor's testimony. Chaliman Uexow onlsreil nil the wltnesse to return at 2 o clock. Inapei-lor Hirers Arrives. i:-Inspector Btecrs appeared for the Mist tjme this nfternoon when the Com mit teo resumed Its hearing He did not have the air of a man who U under " grave aceusutloti, but smiled nnd chatted gajly with a number of the captains und tx-ruiitnltm who were on hand uwa ting their turn to face Chief ln ipilsltor Goff. t'apt, Al'ai.-e. who had reuched the committee loom Just as the adjourn '"U't was nnnoiiiii'ed, wai also piesent. He looked aiiyhlng but cheerful. He ut least seemed o realize the gravity or the sltuutlon, nnd his fai e wore u limit unhappy expietulou Mr. Moss had u talk with the ex-In-siiei tor, wio had lefused to na any thing to the reporters When Mr. Mous want nuked If hteers would go upon the witness stand this afternoon he replied that ho did not Know. The latltr uro ietded to make himself at home and took a seat In Ihe low of police wit Hisses next to Capt. Allalie WIIMiik tu flu un Hit- Nlnuit. It wiir subsequenMy learned that ex HiHprt'tpr bteers had not been sum tnoiieil by eubpoenn, but hud come vol imtarlly. He said he wis ready and vvlillng to go on the witness stind. if the Committee desired to hear him. lie huH beei on th ntand before, but was only called upon to state ntien he wus retired fium the tone and for what lensnn. Mr. Moss remarked at the time that he wlsheil there were more officers like Mr. Steers on the force. It was 3.10 when Chairman Lexow rapped for order, nnd Mr. Goff called out: "t-'ergeiint Allaire," Allaire un ilu- ItiicL. Romebodv corrected him nnd he re plied. "Well, we'll say Capt. Allaire, then " Tho old, gray-haired Captain came forward tnd look the vvltness-chalr. He heaved u deep sigh us he seated him self. He la naturally of n ruddy ram plt'M.in, hut he looked almost ghnatiy with pallor is he gat there. "You weru twentv-nlne years on the force-'" h-gnn Mr. Ooff. "I w-ns appolived Aug. 24, 180j left In ISfii and jiimed again on July 10, 1885." Q uu acre ma-le roundsnan four days later? Ves sir Q And serieant four daa later than thatt e air Q VVasn l that rattsr rapid promotlonf A It aa an acreemenl lth me I'ommlaalonera that all men who return. J ti the force after solnc in'o the sertlce shou'd receive their ol4 rank Q Vn4 on May st, t'jf. jou wen mjde cap tain A. Yea, air 14 Dr what Commissioner a Thonaa C. Ac ton The Captain salj he had n wife and thiee grown-up children, a son and two dnughters. When he was first on the force he lived In Division street, near Clinton He could not remember what re-' he tild Tncn he said he moved to a house in Clinton stieei, where he pild JJOO a venr rent His salary was then J2.000. He rented part of the house. After that. In 1874. he r.onl to live In One Hundred and Twenty-third street. It was near Avenue A. The rent was Jfn0 u vear. He only resided there three months, when ho moved to 12 Attorney street. 1 got chock full of mali rln In ljnr lem, so I moved hick." said the witness. The rent was 11,000, anl then he movrtl across Ihe way to a house whro he paid only J4.V1. After that. In mi. he bought a house at 141 Kast Nineteenth street, for which he paid 118,000. and lived thero until 1S92. I'nlil ym.ooo Cash. Q D.l you pay for II In caeb? A N'j I pM l:000 caah anl cave a II 000 moru.se I bit myre than enough money lo pay for the house but I wantod to ut a suaranlee of llile, a I went to the Ilowery Sivtnjt Dank, and ihey took mortfare and aearchrt Ihe title. I'm a poor apeculator and wanted lo be sure. The witness said he had about 123,00) ( lb. AUftAPHOHg tea recent soleaunolTi J tension wbieli will restore Ihe heahag of any- ( j " " horn deaf. Invl.lble Is r, caneea at J 1 deaf hear ) dtocoiafort. II Is u Ihe ear wasl arUaswa an W ( 1 ""t"Uols.OiabaUall - ! -AtatThe AuraphoneO.iOalea.lllMei- 1 J rooollla. B.lldl... MadlMS So . Mii York. ( 'flfrWfi(rewSU' BaaaaaaaaHaaka' asMTViir l-k.t. ta f-fiiMj! ,--rtltj 5ternn Bros, In their Fur Dept's are offering for Holiday Gifts a large collection of Hair, Coney, Electric Ssa! and French Opossum Mnjffs m at 1,35, L62 Neck Scarfs of Astrachan, st $ Sk " of Electric Seal, at $2 3 C olM.nk.at $3AZ Boas . il Black Thibet, e 1 "! Q I V3 yards long KVO West 23d SI at that time, ami he paid the morlgagi In two years. He sold It ror J18.MXI In U9J. ind move,: up tc Nlnety-llrst street tj Hid you know Thomae II. Itellly lo whom you eold the house! A .Not P 'ore he bought ft All 1 wanted lo do was lo get his rcoi ty and get an ay Q You bought Ihe house on Nlnety-Hrat street? A. Ves. air. I paid 127.000 for It, Oct I!, 1JI U Von hiugbt It before you sild the other I had to sell ihe llrat to pay for It I paid l Ood down an J look a mortgage for I1J 00o, paid that off aa soon aa I sold my olher houee a few mon'ha after. 14 Well. )-iu had other real-estate! A O'l. n That a all I aver bad I only wants! a home ll was my eatings of forty jeara. HeKliinluu to (let Warm. A bend of perspiration rolled down tho witness's cheek at thla point. Q Are Ihere any other persons c,( yodr name In Ihla cllyf A Yea, two. and Ihey are si. waya tattla ma Into trouble Due la alwayi buying real estate, and the other Is alwaya get. ting Into dabt. Dr. refers preached a asrmon agalnat me owe for this last fellow, but he look II beck when t captained The Cuptnln &ald he had, perhaps, tt.OOO lu money above the leul estate he owned. He had 1,400 In the Kast Kiver Hank, ll.ouo In the Union Trust, and 1110 lu the Lioweiy Suvlngs Dank. In 1KMI ho had J.'..4iyj In the bank, be sides bis real ustute Neither his wlfi ncr daughters had uny property lu the.i name, nor hail his sou uny .import) Ii triMt for hlm. Capt. Allalie then told the vurluus pre clncts h had roniinanileil. Pli it, he wus lu the Eust Thlrly-lirth street sta tion ror two jenrs. Then he went lo Ouk street In loJit, whele he remulne i miuily time years, und then took chiuge or the liroadwuy siiuud, Q That was whin Kit Hums whs running his place In Water eireet slant it v we ami Uorgh and 1 bruki II up It was In Kuoinrlt atreet q I mean the place where Kit Uuriis had a ral.pll, prtie-rlng, lotk-nght and gi,aiel meeting-, all lu one A lhat was before my lime I heanl uboul that plate but II waa broken up before I waa In ihe prrtlnu Q Weren't there a great many robberies en Ihe ".roadway atagra at that lime There mil have been Arrests were often male 14 Wasn't llrusdwa) parcslled out b he plckHKkets In lhe time whi had arrange menta with your dete lives to pick aa nu-iy po, k elr as Ihe) ch ne lu iertat-1 I mlta A .No I never heard of that . Tl!,,J1 th" Captnln said he went .nek to Thlrty-llfth street, vvfu-r- ne sla)ed a Sfar, and then went down to the Kdrli&u street ntutlon, und a few duys efter to the I'ast T enty-soconcj Rret Trom there he went to Headquarters, and then io the Sixteenth street Tre clnct, where he remulned t 111 1 I-'ebruary, ISTt'. !''''"" I,e was transferred to tiie R-ldliJge ctieet stitlnn again, where he remnlned till Jan. 1. U8. Since then he hud been on the Iliond way Bquad again In tho Mmlliion street station, nt the City Hall, and finally on the Hteamboat Hijuad. l Kiivurlle Witnl .Mini. Q Mai you a.i favorite ward men V Vo I usually took the warl men 1 ban! In tho p-e clnct 1 dU ham one man, Jjhn Wade who waa X partner of Iti-vrge llese who was taken in al IKe re, lues, of lien Smith when he wss Com. mlsstoner. Q What aboit Krank Wilson A I detillej hlm to ksep pcJJlers off of tlrsnd street on-e. CJ He was your collector, waan't he A No air I never had any one collect for me 1 never authorised such a thing 14 Well, you know that It waa done A Not of my own knowledge I hare heard It ststed In ihs newspapers and here, hut I know nothing of It Q Well, you know that Prank Wlleon la worth between Ho 000 and 1100 000. and that he has gone away A I know nothing about It 14 Can't you explain It A I cannot 0 Hie salary was only tl.JOO A That'a right Q Where la he now A 1 don't know, The Contain explained tn.at the reason he liked Frank Wilson was that he was a comrade In the war, and was wounded nt Gettysburg. Q Didn't ion know that he owns lots of houses A No If he did he beat Ihe Captain Q Dj you know Mrs Martin who visited icur house A My house Q Yes. eapla'n It A She was neier In my house, and no othi woman Capt. Allaire wanted to explain the rise and rail or disorderly houses In his precinct. Mr. dolt said he could do so lie Mnkes nil Kxplnnntlun. "When I was appointed Captain In the old Tenth Precinct, In 1ST7. during my term of eleven years there were be twron Co CM and 75,000 arrests made Twenty-eight thousard of those were women of whom 18,000 were taken out of WEBER --I THE WONDL'KFl't, j WKUElt TO.NE j IN FOUND ONLY IN TUB WKlIEIt PIANO. PIANOS WAKKHUOMMi 108 Fifth Ay., oojr. W. 1.0th St. 4 Metis .Gloves. Piqud Kid and Dog-skin one clasp, S5 cts., Imported tu sell for ll Jo. Bath Robes, heavy striped Eider-down, 33-75 w-oro i 00. Dressing & Lounging Robes, '. (S113II1I1 Hug designs ), S.50, yi price. Smoking Jackets, Mufflers, Silk Suspenders, Night Shirts and Pajamas. Lord& Taylor, Bread tvuy & 20lh SU H5NRICHS' IMTll ANNUAL DIHl'IiAV. Downtown Headquarters for CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS. Lumps, Hrlc-ri-Hriir, Dinner, I'lnti nnd tiniue Nets, Mtatunry. ftlassvtare, DOLLS, TOYS, GAMES AND TREE ORNAMENTS FOR THE CHILDREN. 'ooiU Mild nt prlrrs to suit the limes. IIIXUICII& at CO., 2D TO 33 PARK PLACE. IMetlsornl! at the nil! corner Convenient In N'llVV V OUK, IlitflllK I.V.N nim NBW Jl.ltxKV Andrew Lester's Sons 1)31) to 1)13 Slti Ave., Nrnr utlth M. Furniture, Carpetings, Mattings, Rugs, Linoleums, rnbimrrt rs In I'nllsheil (imrlrrcil Onl n.ul Jintlnlloil .tlnliniinio. Special Value 2.45 end?. 1H lll"' '' ' '' ni-h top. KtKIT,)! .S ITOI'SR ON 11,11 AT. OPtN LVEHlf.GS imilL IHRISTMA5 ho'ive of lll-f.un ami un" tho nlreets "l-i'ss tliail 100 ti'uniLii riiinlxlieil the muteliu) for. all those uriests. lt.ilil uftn inlil was nmile wf the name houses, tmt It itlil ijn gool. They cnuld not lie supiuvtseil." The witness r-atil that In Ills opinion this was ilue tu the failure of the law to inet tho cae. The piillee coulJ nal prtvent tho evtl. It e.iulj not lie rjote out It ivii n. il ilue to Licit nt milllclent mill on his force, lint to the liupjsslulllt) if stopping thii evil. Vi Allfrelai tit Ills I'reelnel. Q Yjiir preilnw v,Aa til- ttiirst In tourt? I tut It Vaa. 1 dsn'i belieie ttiere sji an angil in It Q DM )uuvrerurt these houses as dsoriltrb- Yos, eieo inonlh q Are jou ejre about that- Well ll a a one lime sgu, bit 1 think I alsaja reporuil them rCKiilarl,. Q Did yoi ever set a Suiierlltenilent a war rant A NT.' I do-l't think 1 ilU I rahleil the plarra i-oittlnuall. Q IMit jou pier talk with your superior about suppie-slni Ihoie platea A V ea cflen. It aa he tellc of lh forre. Q VVeren't jou ihareed with making; a false report about 1C3 iihd 167 VTin tlo street A No I it o n true report I knuw Kruinm rUln.ed It was fJltc lie hai no right to a llrense Q Don't iou rnow Hut Ihere were lots of dis order! houses In ?ur prei-lnct thii auM nea and lliiira without a llrensef A if Ihey dl 1, it wss without my kuow,edite I neier ihousht of tiie Ksclse lawt' being ilotated In d.sorJeri) houses (4 llw. tnurli monei was collei-lrl fro-il these houses hi your pre. 'net A 'ot an that 1 know of. 4 Wlial' aflc- all Ihe trsitmon that we hue had here dl ).J mean to aa) that )ou did ntA. know these nroplo were piilnn meney foi proteillou A. 1 do itnow nothlns of It Iieiilen He Wns Tli rente licit lij IIiij.t The CalHnln snlil he knew Haver, who whs vwiril nma there, but ilenlej that when he onee got Hnyer HneJ thlity ilays pay Hayer hart shaken his list In his race, anil salil that he (the Captain) v.oulil hav to le.ve the precinct before himself. "He wouldn't hove ilnreil to say that to mc."-sa.il the. Captain. lie tlonleil asjhln very solemnly that ho hart ever Known that blackmail was eacrd from disorderly houses bj the Police. "I ordered my officers no to tal,e any thine from such pertons, and nsked them If they ever dirt such a thine." Q Did )ou aspect Ihcr woum a knowledge it A Perhaps not, but 1 ivuM no no to the oihef peop'a and xptn then) lo admit It Tha witness declared ho li.nl hiard ru. mors about tha police taking iiUckin-ill ever since he was on the force, but he had never any direct knavvledse of It nj He Mtiipiiril the (ianililiii. 'There was no eambllne-hoiio In my precinct the last tlm- 1 uaj theie I will positively avv ear 11." ' a How- about Jake Shlpsey? A lie was na ,n my precinct. Q Ho waa It I'm yiu male all th-.e im proiemc-lte, anl et our preciu, was aa bad when yod left It aa whea ou weot there A Ii waj a i-aat deal ostler Ail the a:nb!lnr. places and conrert talis and dim on the Ilowery we -e closed Thqa waa no sambllni ea-epi ehorl cards and draw -poliu- la private roomj, anl ou ca i't s.os that. ' ' The witness said he could not tell the number of murders or number of rob. beries committed In the dives and sa laans durlns; his term In that precinct. He admitted that the character of the disorderly houses In the precinct had remained about, the tame the whole time he was there. Q They wars raided aometlmee A. llore thau sunietlluea. Quite often. Q nut It u only to make them pay mora blood-money t A I don't know anything about blood-money. They wert raldel because ihey violated the taw, and whenever we jot erldeoce against ihem w would make raid. Q. D you ruuambsr Spencer'a saloon at the corner of Hester alreelt A. Vea. Q .A,i ."Chick" Mirpky, his bartsnderf A, ho, I don't remember him. The Captain said he vllfl npt recollect K '''""'"iitini'itfriiiinnii- - u.. HARRIS GLOVE EMPORIUM, 861 BROADWAY, IllrOllTEIt, MANUPArTUREIl, r.ETA.En. ,., Krit.K ACIKNTs: FOH TUB MAOOIUNI KRA.NCKaco KM) ULDV'KS. KOU1IEIILY SOLD IIY P. CENTEMERI. Kid Gloves are emayt utetut for Holiday Prtstnts, VE OFFER THE FOLLOWING DEDUC TIONS THIS WEEK: Ladles' 4 largo pearl QDa button, in blackT 90Ci white and all fashionable colors, 61 QC plain and embroidered, liWW nKoucED rnoM ti.& axd ii.tj. Ladies' PIQUE ml Hfl Walking Gloves, liUU in fashionable $ c colors, tan CO and red, &. .M also black, 1.50 IIKIIUCKO PltOM IlU. Il.tS AND CI) Men's pique Si nil Gloves, M '1.00 Harris' 9. En own make, I.DU m:nL'CED prtovt 11 ts axd i: en DEN PS & FUWNE'S GLOVES In great variety. FREE!. roft TUB L4.DIKS, A HA.SnsOME PAINTED PLUSH OLOVE DOX. .IIOTIIEKS, DKINfl YOUR I.ITTLi: UIIILS TO IIHCFIVB A I'Allt OK IKILI.'S l-OVII MOUSQUE- TAirtbi CLOVES. MAIL OP.nEnS PP.OMPTLY FILLED. AND THOSE FHOM DISTANT PARTS WILL HECE1VE EQUAL ATTENTION. a minder committed there by Murphy, who, Mi. Goff said, knocked a man down with a nyphon. und the dead body was carried up to 1'otter's Field. Q You knew lli.'t Spencer waa one of 8ipt Murra) a buuJaiiuti A, I heard he waa a friend of the Superintendent. Ihal'a alt. .Mr. (ioff uent on to hay that this Tlmu hnd been husliej tip and no an est had ever been made, but Capt. Allaire lid nut remember unythlm; about It. SeiMtui O'Connor vvunted to know why he I lstt let-Attorney had not looked 'nto the matter, and Mr. Ooff explained 10 hlm that New York was not a. coun tis vIIIhkk, whele the District-Attorney mUtht know ever) body, and do police luty. In this tlty, he hail to depend on the Captain of the. 1'recinct, Henator O'Connor subsided. l) I ild you know that your precinct was the te-il'iuarttrs of the green-nchids inei A No, air, I did not. and ll was not If trey hat been rojnl thete Ihey would luie been cloiel Tery uaiiklr , Q Hid )ou hear that menhanta and peJdlera had to pay money lo Uaer, the ward man of ytur precinct? A. No, sir, not until tho tea tlmom was ulten before this Committee. Q Well, now. Captain, vliat did jou do to earn jour eaiar ! A I made about 70,000 ar rests Q Did you eier rereiie jresents from liquor Neiv Cliiirces for Weslervelt. SupL Hirn.s prep red new charges against Cupt Westerve t this morning of failure to sup. p-ess pollry shjpa In hli precinct The trial will lake place to-mor'-ow. Where IVi " lulled I'.illi'emen On. NOUWVI.K Conn.. Dec 19 Thvnaa llradley, as announcej by .Mr tiott rf the I.exow Commit tee, lo-Jay, la chief of Po!..e In lilts city, and Is a rellriii NVw York police ofli-er. He served Ihere fur Iwcniy ear and la drawlnf a pension. Ho case lo Norwalk abiut three yeaia ago, la about llllj-.flic yeara old. anl was elected chief of I'.iUe Jan I 1K9I He draws pay here o! S3 Sj i day aeiei days a week He la promineat In s.1 It lrcv Hi Mruil.- n Leinsv Witness. Polieraan Thoi-iis nimbrlch. of the West 1'artv reieuth street atatloi was plsced on trial berore Commlisioncr Mn-rtj lodiy on a rhsme of aasaulllng Johi, F Fcrguaon. a l.esow wit nss V lawyer has been engegsd by tha Com mi ne la Droja, utc Now Ilorlv Mny Tell, Too. It i. runored ub ut Ihe Criminal Court build Ins to dm that Ward Vian Hock wta realy tj turn Male's eildemc ai.d tell all he knous about bribery in the police fj.-ce. Christmas Gifts for Men ! ft needn't be a bother to Lnow what to buy for a man ii you go to the light place. We sell everything needful in clothing a special tale this week o' the following : Mcii'm Fine Overcoats, $35 to 800 at reduction of 25V Gloves, Men's Cheverette, all the newest shades, 73c a pair. Tics, several dozen designs to select irom, 35c, each. Silk UinbrollUs in all styles of handles, 82 up. Dressing Gowns, Bath Robes, Silk Suspenders, Canes, Slippers. Sttp in and look about ; you'll be sure to sec what you want, and our prices are always a little lower than you hear elsewhere. fl5L s7? Cl0lhing' 279, 281 & 283 Chambers BROADWAY, "T 'ReaSe St5. Satii faction guaranteed or money returned. XO O.fC WHO I'ltUTKMJS TO III". vv with tiie. ruins ooi;s to iiuu WITHOUT IIAVIMRSmSN Tim MGIIT edition or Tin: isvn.MNn world. No money Down :i YOU SATIRPV CS VOU AUK TOK nUITIT PAUTT J. & S- BAUMANN'S AMERICA'S 'GREATEST CREDIT HOUSE. Everything: for Housekeeping. rumUure. Carpels, Bedding Lamos, Bab Garri3;?s, Oilcloths, Stovas, Pictures, Clocks, Portieres, Crocker, Refrigerator; and Tinvar.1. Ton nho cannot call can writ of any propostton o( terms and aam will recclrt prompt attention. (Ie allow the railroad farj both ways to out-of-town bjsr:. 8th Ave,, Cor. 1 9th St. Ol'UN KVHSlMis UNTIL IO O'CLOCK. All purchasers during the holidays will receive a certificate entitling them to One Dozen PltOF. EHRLICII'S Cabinet-finish Photographs, valued at $5 per dozen, free of cost. A uction Sales. Auction Sales. .U Audio,,, UnREDEEMED PLEDGESi w"ta",w"8 " BY OKDKH OK WILLIAM MHIWIK, to Miiitnnw nnimiDAY), hloinninh at 11 . m. at aittiom balfsroom of . S. Flit! I I : MIN, AI'CTIONKKItS, H3 BOWBKT, t A l.AIUlK AMI MO-ST C'AItin'UM.Y SkLKt-rRIKJOLl.ECriON OF DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c. "- Thin rnlr will ronlRln au rxfra flnr rollrrllon oC Ulnmondst flue alrhrrt bv notnl umkrnis n lindiM.ni Ulnmond lSrrklare HI air I rrurfiit. C'limtrr and arluui ptumr Prmlantv anil Mome vrry Hiiv ISnlKalrr Dinmonil JMnajs Jlns, Larrlnca Area nlno miiiim Hn ulil llocUmh HilTrrrmre un, HrtJ narmrnlHi d:c.f AM NI'MKItUUH (IllIKU UI8CKL1MNK01TH liOODK DlAalfONDs will Iw offered at 15 noon. Hoodnon KXUIIUTIO.X after 0 A. M. GIVE GOOD GIFTS. s& Complete ; ftP p!o:o8frlilc ll JnfflS) 0u,fit for ULJ$io. Unudsoroe Camera, sulliilile for either Flauil or ItliKid ns, cItIiik 1x5 iicluro. tlry Pistes. ClicmlcnU (Ail all iicceisor!s or dcvelopiDU rml niocnlioc ivotiirs' Fall instructions for ns furnished with each outfit. Complete 10.00 Send for descriptive) circular. (Maker of Iho ileal Bpectsclea and Kyeftassti.) 104 East 23d Street, On door Ust of Fourth Art. OPEN EVENING!. Furs. E'ectrlc Seal and Opossum Muffs, woith (2.M to$;.oo. Black Lynx Muffs. 56.50 & S8.75, worth $11.00 and 113.00. Alaska Seal Muffs, S16.75, formerly 20. ti t!B nnd '.29. " Novelty " Baby Carriage Robe, $4.50, formorlr KM. Chinchilla, Mink, Ermine, and Seal cape collars. Children's Sets, (Collar and Muff). from $2.50 to $14.00. Lord& Taylor, Broadway & 20th St. BieaeaaetBSBaIaasatBSBiaaasaajaa.MTtMBiaaiaaiiaa DIED. BACD1TT. OS Wedneadar. Dec. It. REBECCA BABBITT. ldow ot Benjamls T. Babbitt. In the 73tb )car of her ace. Notice ot funeral hereafter. TAXPAYERS ARE INEABNEST. Anolhrr KfTort to Grt lit Illegal llnuil Issurai of I lie- I'nat. Henry C. Robinson and other taxpay ers, through Clarence C. Ferris, re newed their application before Supreme Court Justice Andrews, to-day, for nn order requiring nn examination of chtrccs of Illegal bond-Issues several years ago In tho Finance Department. A similar application recently was de nied by Justice Patterson, on the ground that the charges were upon Information and belief, and not sufficient for an action. To-day's application ts based upon three amlavlts, supplemented by a Joint affidavit of all the applicants, that the statements In the affidavits are based upon fact. B Policeman Smith Goes Free. (Special to Tha Esenlnc World.) NEWARK, N. J.. Dae. 19. Policeman John Salts, who has beea on trial tor thro daa, eharfsd.vlth clubelnc to death John Curler, waa dexlarad not gulltr t7 the lurr at I o'clock this sttsraooa. 1 I m Haulm rorchasel tha Entire stock of ALFRED BENJAMIN & CO.l . 61. M LAFAYETTE rMCE. 1 Maleri of H'gh-Clasa Clothlnu I ' We are now .elllns these fod at terr low prle I ' which ,' "h ta" m"rl" " --iirtSl which charatierli thla arm's ooda. 1 0 AII.WmI Bn,t, s.ttav. ISIO.85. neat electa, all altea f Former prion I 1 JM. I J 1V0 hlah-irade. w,, Wmntd ,nn I j Business sulls. osford mix- -i5Ai,'U H f1 tu.,1, black orblo. cneeiou. ) "' KJ :o uf the nnest am dr t to... Kn Ul2 Sack Sulla. ,n all at, ot I SleJ.OO, 1'JgI Ihla teas in' a cloOa j j,' jj? Iw A lot st full diera Coat, and ) 810.50. iM Ve.H Satin tin d J- Well wort W All their lilgh-class ffl OVERCOATS i --If Special Prices, 11 IIA.NQINa IN PI11C3 rilOM sfl $7.50 to $3o. i c ran as.nrn our readers that tlsstM Ml (ire llrsl.rlass kooiIn, nnd are) re ad I r .sl bbU at much le.s Hum regular retail prleesT H 45. I HCUABLE ADVEHTlSEHS OP rACTg. Hj Uptown Store, ill 6th Ave. ! Downtown Store, 47 Cortlandt SU New Publications. I Tho Greatest of tho Gift' Books J for a Mew Yorker. History of the J City of New York. 4 MRS. MARTHA J. LAMB. H A work of mirpasslniT Interest to every I citizen of New York. The itory of J "l?,,,"1.'1.' our beat, tfulda for the M I?hn!e" J,' '"..T'i11 ,for a" to know what a splndld heritngo la commit- ted to our keeping. j Read tin. jnb' bookl Oat s copt for rour ' own llbrari-lor jour frleaid'. Iibrarr-for rour , rciatlvea and friends la illsUnt homes! ,"".' ,1."1 ,B" mMt enrtrtalnlnit accounts ot I early families und the .octal and political growth 1 of the cltr from U:o to tb. "Greater N.wro"k" A of to-day L, "In meehan'cal cTecutlon tb. rolume. sr. ' - Miperh ;."-oit. It. S. STOHHS. Tres. of th. Brook lyn Hlaiorlcal Socletj-. a noun vuux nit. rAitKnuusT. A Nov. 21. 181)4. M "Thers Is no ork. o far .. I know, that rlraU 1 It. or ien approaches It, as a ten-book of la- J formation touching the hletorr of our cltr. At t tills time, licn there Is so deep ond general ' Interest In miinlclnal m.tte-a. I wish there; otrald ai b. created a renllmcnt In behalr of the .an eat I readlnj and patient atudr ot Juat such a work ss I Mra Lamb', long and s.lde reuarch has glswa 1 to tb. public. I think we could all of os render 1 better serrlce lo our cltr If we wer more fejalk 1 lar with its antecedenta. J "CIIAItt.ES H. PAItKItUnST." I ' volumes. Hvo. t'lutti, kilt top, prle I 8I0.OO. TUr-jannje. In the New York 1 rnlorlng, thrre-qifartrr Levmat flfosr 1 ornnge color, 830.UU. , I For sal. by'all Ixjokaellers. or.aent-r aa. 'al press, charge, paid. Iti any addreen on'rooafpt of JM lie CO by th. publishers, or call and exssxtae at MU A. S. BAR1MES & pO., IpJ B6 East lOth St. (neTar B'wy) M New York. In Our Establishments You May Obtila i J Fine Overcoat " on Payment of M $1.00 a Week. 1 Security Will Not He Asked or You. All We ltrqulre Ts a Statement aa toYoar Vi Ilrsldence and Kmploymeut. ,sU Our Improved farllltles far tiie saaasr. iH fnrtiiro of Clothing- enable as to alvo fall B .atlsfac,tIon to our G0,OOO patroas la asBr five storrs. M LSTEBSBEI&CO., Manufacturers. BO SC . m Nowsrk, sa ssa. raterion, Z10 Market St, FUltOIl St. IMUstaSi Jen,eyCltr, (Opp. Elm IM.), Elizsboth, jM 3tlNcarkAv. gfOOklyil. 104F1"8- ffi BARGAINS I IN FURNITURE THIS MONTH. y PARLOR SUITS. $16.00 Hd ip i CHAMBER SUITS, 9.00 an. Bf "j HAIR MATTRESSES, 5.00 in. If 1 WOVEN WIRE SPRINGS, 2.00 and If j HAT RACKS. 5.00 ID. If il fXTEKSION TABLES, 4.00 U. If M EVERYTHING MUST BE SOLD, jj BUILDING TO BE TORN DOWN. j THE NEW YORK FURNITURE CO., 126. I2S AND 130 WK3T TI? ST. U Business Opportunities. M WANTUD TO PURC1IASC A saloon on 3d .Tf., 9 not abosa ISth at., clearing la to 110 a day. Jm Addresa, nil ins location and full particulars with jfT amalleet ca.h payment down, J. C tlracy, Oras4 . V ' L'nlon Hotel, city. sB j SROAlo 1 wtm axl nmrtm o " HEADACHES . HOMO CAFFKINB la ttAOB TO OUaU, V IKFalNGItlO ROMOf RB MAO! TO HU.r A Do ya Ika oHaTsrsaaat aui.x. auB. to, iuax bum, - j ajif