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fi 5 f1 WITH 0 N
1 1 4MADf HIM Ut
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1eM Revolver Against Victim
4WIiiIe Latter Assured Police
man Called to His Aid that
V Burglar Was His Brother
1 01
r I WIFE WAS BRAVER THOUGH
r
t i With a platol at hl head Bamite
Chaflichi a wellknown commissioner
t > wasowed by daring burglar to BInd
1 policeman away from his house at 3
y oclockthla morning after tho patrolman
had eorrifl to arrest the highwayman
j < > t Chankln told the policeman that every
thinK wa all right and that he wan not
needed All the time the burglar nas
loading In the dark with his revolver
t pruned to his victims head and telling
Wm what to say
F But for tho bravery of Mrs Chankln
thi bold burgltr would have gnna tree
and at the same time carried oft a largo
amount ot money and jewelry
TjVhllft the burglar I
was forcing her
husband to talk Mrs Chankln slipped
nolieleesly from the room and escaped
1 by aback door Hurrying In her night
iclotbts Iritothp street she caught up
with thopoliceman and told him to come
ti k to th house at once The nollco
an McAndrows of the One Hundred
and Fourth street station returned nnd
T lf ha drawn revolver compelled the
> i Burglar to surrender
S1 Me Andrews noticed a man acting sus
1 ralelouily about 3 clock thla mornlnz
I In the neighborhood of tho Clinnktn
Af home at No 1S7 East One Hundred and
Thirteenth street Finally the man
forced open a window on the ground
floor and sprang Into a room
I MoAndrcmi ran forward and called
to the = I1to como ouL
I Its all right omcer I live here
aid the burglar I lost my key and
4 l1a tl to Kit In this way Heros my
brother who lives here Hell tell you
I am all right
1ft Chakln the brother then ap
p ar < 4 at the window yes officer Its
ill rlirht he said My brother lolt
iiU key
v MfAndrews WAS satisfied and innifil
14 co away He got aa tar as hit cor
ner when Mn Chankln came running
after him
Jhe wan perfectly calm and In a few
words told tho policeman what tim trou
ble was
Ii > V The two hurried back to the houso
They found Mr Chankln shivering with
f hlsaraifl high In the aIr The burglar
wap quickly filling a eack with silver
are nnd1 Jewelry
h llurglar Was Snrprlsrd
31 The return of the policeman WIII II
complete surprise to the burglar anJ
when he saw McAndrewsa revolver he
surrendered at once
He was taken without a struggle to
ihOu Hundred and Fourth street sta
I tion and this morning was arraigned
t before Magistrate Hogan In the Harlem
Court ona charge of burglary
n f Ha tullenly refused to say anything
iSqut himself save that he was Henry
t i Vnrbick twentyfour years of age liv
tt hag ut No 181 East Ono Hundred and
Twelfth street
1 When questioned by Magistrate Hogan
hp said I am too wise to talk to you
Ive been up against this game before
Bend me downtown and then Ill talk
The Chanklns appeared In court to
press the charge against Vorback and
Mrs Chanhln told tho
n etory of his cap
J reWe
We were awakened by the man talk
leg to the policeman and my husband
sprang out of bed At be did so the bur
glar drew a pistol and said
fflu police are outside Tell them
Imyour brother or Ill blow your bloik
off
offSam
Sam was unarmed and could make
DO resistance but the burglar did not
MB me and I thought that while they
trere all talking I could get out without
blng heard
1I iUpp a out or bed And ran around
the back way When I got outside the
officer was walking away I did net
want to oiJl tp him for four or warning
J the burglar and 1101 ran after him
P 4iie policeman came right back and
4 i showed him how to get In the House
lit caught the man redhanded without
any trouble and I expecthe will go to
JaJI for I long time
No Time to Get Scared
I 4 IdUat haya time to get frightened
1 only bought about getting the pollco
rain After It was all over I wan a bit
Jneivoull t but I was not afraid at all
TO AMEND TENEMENT LAW
I
fffllera Bar Statute Already Are
Too Stringent
p Kpeclal to ma Krinlni World
ALBANY Jan Aascmblynian Bi
ll Introduced a bill today amending
the atatutee so that the outer courta
l of tenement houses may ho reduced
frjm fpur to three fret and wbre
ucB VdUrts are situated between biiilcl
nnor the same kind the width need
Tipt t more than fclx feet The bill
t4Jjntrpduced at the request of the
Twentythird Ward Property Owners
AjHoclatlon
Ia illders and architects In Hint sKtlo
of the city declare that the present
i lawa ire oo trlngent that tho biilldlin
f1 ineei baa drowed from moooooo
d J M9QO000 per annum 1
fi 1 I
e in A LE DRAWS CROWDS
t t
i illIaiu Vane A Son Are Attract
111 1 i M Jer from All Section
verJ day ago the tlf clothing Btor
i MMunqa a clearance sale of severa
t t4 Of sz si ia end H5 wintor
I i iLi ga4 overcoats at 11175 The ails II
4M In fuf siring and men are coming
very quarter to take advantage
I w Th high character the clothing
j if t j Win Vogel t Bon and Iho fact
If all the clothing sold by them Is
up In th elr own workroom leaves
M mIll bt of the value of tho
IIAI ii pliervd
alqt tM is and overcoats are
lVzy 01 UuJr thIs season
Ii 4 most fashionable
the latest style Of
lw of this sort arc
bitter Taltrydur tjl
Ji you want A good
an f suit or VIl Olitt
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I LAWYEfts AM USE
TOM JOHNSON
Wrangles Between Counsel
Make His Role of Witness
More or Less that of a
Passive Onlooker
SIGNING BONDS HARD WORK
Mayor Tom I lohnnon of Cleveland
may bo a whole clroui In tim Imagina
tion of Senator Mark Henna while cam
ftlglnlt In Ohio but M a witness In
tJlI < Suprcma Court ho Is distressingly
tame
tnmAll
All tho circus them Is In the trial be
fore Justice Urrtmlfauin In Special Torm
of the Supreme Court if the milt of the
administrator ot Albert JtVhnMn and
Major JIm u M KcUinld to recover
IKOmo earned Inobulll14111 nnrt opcrntlng
tqr Nnsait Klcctrlail Itillmail of
lironklyn Is proviil tiy the lawyers
Do liuncey Nlcoll for Johnson DnI
KdwonU and axJudgp Augustus Van
Wyolt for the AtlaH Impriwctncnt Com
pun > ami 1atrlrk H Flynn ha > c half
hour spats over ovtry iiurortion put and
the tlicrnlcfnceil Mayor of Cleveland
Inys iho purt oT 3 ileoply amuntd
poJtator from the wltnws rtaiul
Mr Johnson nald ho wui treasurer
from April ISM until J8D9 except for
o low days durlnir which IfiOoflOOO
worth of bonds were to be signed when
he resigned
Ah Why may I ark7 said cx
UiUo Van Wyck
Too much work to sign them re
plied the witness stilling a yawn
Mr Slcoll Jau > tcl tirid Juntlce Green
baum umlloil which brought a protest
from the irate Mr Van Wyck against
the levity of Mr Nlcoll In thlfl4
ery serious case
Mr Johnson mild tho finnlH of the
company were used only to pay opening
ng rrpenses Uxen and Interest on the
bonds
Relating ft oonveraatlnn with Mr
Flynn concerning the advisability of dls
pORing of bonds of the railroad by open
tnle Mayor Johnson Hold
We agreed that It would not bo win
at the time to forco the nalc of any
bonds and llKturli the market
Tho lonil nsKiimed an Indebtedness of
000OCO when the Atlantic avenue line
was token over asked Vun Wyck
The company undertook to pay the
interest on 00000 honiln dlvldeniln
tAxes and corporate expanses
Tho H0paie leano of the Atlintlc live
nile mart wits put In evidence Mr John
son ald tint rent was J150000 a JOhn I
Jly 1 IBiD and I OOOO after that
The crossexamination of Tom Jon
Son was full of fun Judge Van Wyck
had tho Hiillroad Commission Reports
for rnveral years He hnndnl one open
olnmo to the wltncviH and nukod If ha
11Id not report a nurplus of 10000
Not from oppr > tfnB oxpencos sid
Mr Johnson smiling
I didnt ok you to say that bins
on > d tho Julcu
Well Im miylng It said the wJtnpu
And If your Into brother Albert John
ion nlgned reports for tliosn year nt
1del1l shoeing these surplus
If Albert mid them I should say
It wn 11 mistake Thnret it vast dif
erencn between II mirpltm from earnings
and a surplus from the sale of the prop
rty
I
fNIGMA WAS AN
mi mm
Madeline Church Admits that
She Used to Be a Member of
the Strange Community
Madeline Church who ban urea poring
as n Thooglcal enigma tu the doctors
ot tho Now York Infirmary hu been
tcognlzed ai u former member of that
notorious cult known as Tho Angel
Dancers and resident nn what they
cal The Lords Farm lit AVoodcllffe
N J
A letter from Overseer of the nor
Charles L tervult at Spring Valley
N Y to the New York Outdoor Poor
Department says that an Madeline Buy
er the girl ran away from fill Lords
Jonrm and asked refuge of him lie
ecured work for her In the fnmlly of
Ilrll Murnett at Spring Valley Rhe
ran away from there under peculiar
circumstances and found work In n
rrscy City family which she also left
She wrote a letter to Mrs Marnolt beg
IIlng for S2 and saying that she was
about to Jump Into the Hudson Rivet tit
toboken when a policeman grabbed her
and In court > he was ant to jail tor
thirty days
When confronted with these state
monta the young woman admitted their
truth apd she wan no longer an en
ema
STOLE 15 TONS OF COAL
mplojc tit llarrlnttion Won
Were Srlllnu by I hi Inn
Secvernl residents In the vicinity ai
Hlxtynlnlh strut and Third avenue were
able thla afternoon to purchase a largo
ba c of coal for ten cents through the
uToiHy of threo men who wero em
plp yc K of Ilurrlnetun Son coal drill
tw tit i Nty WH Vet Thirtyeighth
Street before llic sale was stopped and
the men arrested
A representative of the dam slid ilm
the throe mun had tircti trusted eill
iloyocs of the firm they were eent o
Jersey City thin morning fir fIfteen
Otis of coal which were to be dnllvvret
to the apartment houses NOD M0 We n
One Hundred nnd Twelfth street The
mrn will to arraigned hi the morning
SUICIDE IN PIANO FACTORY
diaries 1oafr Nitwits IllnisrlC at
Untcr Works
Charles E Rdg r > or n 115 Lincoln
avenue Bronx Ilorougli blew his brains
out with a revolver lirtho toolroom gf
the lc IItii y plano factory at ° > ULhI1
Iloulevord and JUicoln avenue this af
ternoon Rogers vita flCtytl ycari of
age and n widower
For three months bo had been eat
played In the Jjtcy plant aR an ipurt
repairer of tools lie had heart die
tea a rul fluttered coneiderahly After
drawing his salary yoaterUay 110 wept
out nun Bpenl It and when he came to
work today ho announced hathe had
decided to end his life No atttnUo
was paid to him but hi mad good ide
threat while the other emplewM Were
out ot the factory ot the luncli hour
I
NigktCaugkfsig t09p0
RoI0Dllf t > r Ori l lm Pow4 r OQ the ttlfU
ZIti trrltulea brlu cusp
u
AUGUST 1JRLMpi2 WHO ADMITTED ON WITJtJBS STAND
g1i fff
a t14J mx 1o =
THAT JOHN VG4TES SCARED HIM AS WELZ AS MORGAN
4 AA M
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GATES IN L N
Continued from First Page
questIons tending to tho polloy of tim
company and Mr Uojmont repeatedly
aaldthat he had refused to continue in
tho directorate If there was to be a
change o policy In tho management of
the road
Q Why did you surrender the control
of tho L and N to tho Count llno CornI
party A I have not surrendered con
trot I
rulQ You were reelectcj to the board I
by the Coast Line proxies ware you I
lIot1 A Yes
Q Isnt that control A No I urn I
atlll chairman of tho board I
Q Hut on proxies not your own 7 A I
lit I dm chairman tho board and
till In control I
Attorney Kdward Baxter then asked I
Ir Belmont If ho knew of any iintlor I
nnrtlnc or contract cxpres or 1m
lied by which the Iou I svIhie and Nash
llle Southern Hallway and Atlantic
Coast Lino were to work In unison or
III lilly cummon Interext
No no Mr llclmont replied
Then another of Mr Morgans law
yerR utkca fro Helmont to refresh lila
memory and try to remember thut hu
had caused tha resolution Indoralng the
change of control tu bu < > iKied lcuIse
oC Information hilt In the Kentucky
tntutts there was a provision roqulrlng
such Indorncment and Mr Helmont wan
quick to nay that h9 did recall such u
reason
Col Young went buck at Mr lIHmunt
and caused the millionaire to become
su nervous that ho J a mints hU wholo
nat Into a waistcoat pocket
Cot Young thou brought out how the
solution was pafmd
Q What praxle did you have wticn
thai resolutIon ain passed A All of
them nil of the nKW
Q Thin you undertook to voto the
proxies for the ISXIiOO aliiros In tho
minority A 1 held 70000 or SOOO my
self Q Well nf the other A I consid
ered to tho ndviuilngit of the minority
O Why A Well Oat t Jo woro
not oonnldertxl conservative enough to
afford absolute security to tho mlnorltv
sUwklioldeM The prcptmt control IH
considered much more conserviiUvmuiil
ante
bout CiuUsii Irolll
Commlasloner Yeoman then nuked Mr
Belmont what Gates paid for the 300000
iharna of Louisville unit Nauhvllli
I dont know said Mr Helmont
Counsel explained that Mr Jcrklns
would bu able to explain all that
Mr Uolmont hits attorney naked
him the stock Is worth more JIOW thin
It was before the Coast Line acquired
the Interest
Yes much more Jloforo the sale It
was worth a little more than nat It Is
now nbout 137 I
When Mr Belmont WBB rXcuied bs
wan smJoccacd by Mr Oqorgo W Per
klan
Q Do you know Mr Gates A I do
o When did your learn or the Louis
v Illn nnd Nnnhvlllo dMlt A I first
COAL NOW FREE
BY OFFICIAL ORDER
WAIIJnNot N J nf J6TliB Trens
ury Pcpartmfnt tod y rocelvid a ccr
ItUd copy of the kl approved yeitcr
city placing coal on tho free list Upon
its receipt the department telegraphed
liu ncieHary 1111 met torus tn collectors
of customs throughout the country
directing bent to put the net Into Im
iiodlate effect The telegram rend an
foilWi
Admit nil coal Imported on or after
IBUi Inst fioo of duty under the act of
Hth Inlt Copy by mall
ENGLAND NOT CHEERED
BY THE COAL REBATE
LOJJDOX Jan htThe remission of
thn coal duties by the United Htuten
Congress still appears tn hate little or
no effect on tho llilllxh mark It li
realized hero that America will never
h romn u permanent customer for Kntt
list coal and that shIpments to Die
llnltcHl Blairs will cease the moment
llio American tiipply overtaken the do
inand
At present there are only two Anierl
call orders on tite laiillff mnrket us
compared with at lean a doien a fort
night ago and even Inquiry for cargoes
has slackened
BOSTON CHARTERS SHIPS
TO BRING COAL OVER
BOSTON Jan UA wholesale coal
firm In this city last night announced
that as a result ut the removal of tim
duty on coal t had closed charUn wltii
between forty and rlrty foreign stuun
gus to bring coIl to this port
All this coal about JMOOO tona hu
been vUctd with railroad ijtctrlc
IIl1hl plinU and rotnuUcturcn
I heard of the iloal by the general uneanl
t floss In Wall street through the forming 1
by Mr Gates of a practical corner In
thn Mock
Mr Gates Informed mo of tie fact
lint hu hnd s eon roil control of the
oulrvlllo and Nashville stock nnd that
It woe for sIlo Vo then started
ntitloni to aciinlrn It from him
A When did you secure the Monon
road 7 A After J P Morgan had op
lions on the SMOrtO hares of Louisville
nun Nnnhvlllo held liy Mr Gates
Q Then thpeo two road through
your firm epured control of the Mo
flout A Well they bought and naW
for tho Block They could control It I
gurus
Mr llclmont remained In tho court
room durliiK Mr Perkinss testimony
frequently going to a telephone In the
hall lie was III a good humor Joking I
with the newspaper artists concerning
tire pictures they wore drawing of him
Q What wan the deal between J P
Morgan and dates concerning tile pui
chaHu of the 30GXU shares of Louisville
and Nashville stock A Wo bought
102000Hhnrea from dates nt 130 and then
uoiioht an option good until fall for
tho remaining 20tw0 nt 160 Harris
Gntts Co securing the right to par
tlclpntq In the ultimate disposition
Q How much nna how did tho Coast I
Line Company jjay you for tho 300000 i
shares of the I nn < l N road We salt
thn JotiiiOO shares to thii Coast Lino for
kKiKiOiwo Of this UfioaoOOO was In
bondH JIOOOOKX In cash and J6000000 In
Its own tloci
niiiin Jot f 10000000
Mr Perkins pormltted It to bo under
stood that the liooooiico cash payment
was for Mr Ontoas personal prollt
Col Young said nnlMn iirnfit was from
t2 XMOOi til JHW0001I
Thin Lawyer Ilaxtcr got Mr Per
kins to deity most emphatically the Wall
street reports of last your that J P
Morgan to h1 iwort Dattvi as a
Piratical iiKmt to sectirethe L anti N
stock
It was evidently the occasion which
tho firm of J P Morgiin Co touk
to explain their connection with the
d al Mr Perkins wan Inclined to
siuik to the ninvHixtncr reporters
rather than to tin Oi > mmaslon and tint
U iinuvual for anv one connected with
Mr Morran
A lively little Incident occurred when
AttorneyGeneral Pratt called Lawyer
UtntHoii to order by rappIng hie pencil
on tho table objecting to Ills Interfer
once In the direct examination of Mr
1iirkliiH
Aro you rapping that pencil at m07
asked Mr Stetson
NnWell
Well I bonn urni are not calling the i
Court to order
Then the commlsMonrrs Interfered
All agreed that tho Investigation would
cloa I > y the taking of depositions of
diites and railroad men on competition
There will t > o no further public hearing
STEAMER STRANDED
OFF FALSE CAPE VA
Special to Tlit Crenlnc Wont
NORFOLK Va Jan liTIe Spanish
steamship Xovulmbro bound from Gal
vestnn Texas to Rotterdam atranded
on Pobnlo Shoals near raise Cape Va
this morning and life tuiVMn gent a
lino to tier expecting the crow to come
ashore
Jjmt at this time the United States
revenue cutter Onondigu trove In sight
ami came rupldly to tho steamers a
rlstanre After a hurd effort the Onon
da a nucceede < tn floating the Spaniard
which proceeded north under her own
Steam apparently uninjured Hhu Is
coming to Norfolk for bunker coal
MRS SHAWS WILL FILED
lllvlilfi IDUnOO AliliiliR llrr Pour
nUtliiliiiliilird Dniiuliten
Tire will of Mrs Sarah Illake Bhaw
mother of four distinguished New
York women was HIM this afternoon
It was dated In 1U2 Mrs Shaw died
at her home Xo 15 IJust Thlrtlntl
street Xo 29 Bh loaves an estate < It
tlSiOm benueathlng It In equal shares I
to her four daughters Mr Anna Shaw
Curtis nf Wojt New IlrlKhton B I I
Mn eutnnru Shaw Mlnturn of No
ID ICatU Tweirtyllrnt street Mrs Jose
phliui Bhaw Lowell of No K3 Et
Thlrtlc4ll street and Mrs KUcn Shaw
Uarlow of No IT fast Blxtyfouith
street
J
rioUcd lt n Human SUutl
Patnolmaa Frederick QoeUw of the
W < ft tfortyieventh Street PIycn
found a hiunan ektill In the areaway
at No hit Weat rwty iv nU utrttt
thU afternoon
J
r > t I J
rV VV > < iitiq 1i
L
WOULD SPARE
fRANCHISE TAX
If Democratic Senators Stand
Together with Republicans to
Vote with Them They Can
Beat the Repeal Bill
SENATE THE PRIME FACTOR
ALI3ANY Jan 10 I
Jnn 1GUpon the policy
adopted by tho Democrats depends the
fate of God Odclla plan to repeal tlin
FranchiseTax law If the minority
decides to oppose the Governors policy
enough Ilopubllcan Senators will act
with the Democrats to prevent the re
peal of the In w
It the Democrats adopt a policy of In
difference the plan favored by cloy
Odoll and Senator Platt will go through
the legislature with a rush
Senator Grndy Democratic leader In
thn upper house Is making n canvass
among his colleagues to learn where
they aland on the proposition A alml
Ian canvass In being made In the As
sembly by George H Palmer Demo
cratic leader there
I
Tho hope of defeating the Governors
repeal plan lies In the Senate If the
three bolting Republicans Urackett 1
lion H Brown and IRbrgstaml to
gether they will bo able with the Demo
crats to sidetrack the riattOdell re I
peal bill Whether they take this
course or not It Is believed that two
or three other Republican Senators wi
refuse to vote for the repeal bill 1
Tho fear of the frnnchlsetax advo I
cates here Is that when the corporations
begin to put on tho screws IIi political I
lines will disappear and tho result will I
turn on corporations and anticorpora I
tion lines If such should prove to be
the case the repeal of the law Is corUiln
Republican here are hopeful that
when tho Governor makes his franchise I
tax speech In New York tomorrow
night much of the opposition to his repeal
Dpposlton
peal plan will disappear They betlev
that he will make 1 strong case so as
to Justify their support of his Jjoliey
Out there are enough Independent 1
Republicans In the Senate to blows tW
repeal It tho Democrats hold together In I
opposition to tho Governors plan I
BURNED BY HOT PITCH
Ilrewerr Employee Meet wltl
rnlnfiil Aecldent While nt Work
Joseph Oroenberger r twentyeight
70 Clinton street employed
No
y nrs old of Clnton
lrR
Central Park brewery at Fir
lloyd ut Centrl
tyseventh street and hat River to
pitch the Inside of barrels was found
terribly burned and unconscious on the
Moor ot tho brewery this morning his
clothlnfi rue and hands covered with
clolln would
pitch No one In tho brewery
admit fleeing the accident but It Is sup
aim
rcelng
Soel that he upset a pot of boiling
po
> taken to Flower Hospital
pitch He was 101
pltal
DEATH IN ELEVATOR SHAFT
Invlnmr Hacked Into Opening nnd
Fell Five Stories
nn elevator man of
Jacob 1nvlngpr In
No 313 Bust Fourth street fell from
the fifth tloor to the basement down the
elevator hat In the building nt No 2
and was
this afternoon
West Hroadwny acernoon
Instantly killed
pulling a small hand
Lnvlnger was pllling
truck with his back turned to the
shaft and while doing to the elevator
suddenly went up and he backed Into
ahaft plunging don five
the open
Ihatl flulJlnl
the concrete hjoorildy below
stogie 10 tloorlll
SHOT HER BABY BROTHER
yiveYenrUld Chili Vmtm n rob
Itine
l in Tb Kvtnlni World
LAUnm Del Jan WAlfnd n
Phllllpi of Hooper Inland gave his
tenyearold son an air rifle Christmas
His IWove rold daughter placed the
mUKlo of the gun to the head of her
twciopurold baby brother with whom
playing and gleefully exclaimed
claimed Am going to shoot nuddyi
golnl
The trigger was pulled and the baby
fell dead
TO TEAR DOWN MARKETS
nnirlnU Iloplnre Present Innlltn
onlcnl 1larl hltln
lion Are KyeSor
At a public hoarlng Ixforo urn Alder
metrIc conunlttf today the matter of
rsilnB Union Cantr Catherine nnd
Clinton markets hint utllltlnK the Bite
For city purpoCH was dliuiuMied Dotl
lro ldent Cantor and Comptroller Opou
advocated the doM ruction of the oust
ItrtbulhllnK declaring they were mitill
ryenorva srtd had long since outlived
their usefulness
The committee decided to tfot art opt
nlon from tire Conxvrullon Counsel b
ton racking Iti report
DIED
CUJIRAN 8uM alri on Wednesday > t BuB lo
p T OBOntJB M CUIIIUN tt 31 june
rnnml ntc M hit UU rsfduic el
Wreus et al P N
eciiBrruErrER ituitiy ts S at 1
ruiatiK Ml llulwa a I I N IU
IETR it M r
3tisl unJ4r JIB ft t 1 r M i
iimiflt tg Chiii ctU
I
I WRONCBODY T
IN THE CRAVE
Big Insurance Swindle Discov
ered After Companies Had
Paid Out 4000 on Two
Policies f
PLOT IS FAR REACHING
According to statements made before
Inglstrato Seller In the Tombs Court
today when Itarthotnmcw Clryano a
arbor of No M < > 7 Second avenue was
arraIgned charged with violating Section
53 of tho Penul Code tho vnrliu incur
anc companies of this city have tin
irthod a lug swindle Hy thin mvlmllo
Ihy hal n > rn defrauded mil of JIIJuW
by a garg of Itnllins who hat hciltliy
mIll Intnretl anil then secured corpses of
till men and outdo out false certificates
ot ilrnth In the names o the Injured
Tho following stories worn told to
Magistrate Xelkr by representatives of
the Insurance companies
On Nov I 1901 ciryano introduced
tnssalo Trandanile n fruit merchant
10 the Union Central Life Insurance
Company anti Insured him for 2000
Her ho had been pronounced h Insurable
by the companys physician
comlllYs lIllan Clryano
alpo Insured him
Inlrerl for tho same amount
In the Washington bite insurance
Wnshfnlton JtL Corn
any the Provident
Provlcent Life Insurance
Company and the John Hancock Life
naurance Company
Proofs of llcalli
On Dec 10 lout tho Washington Life
nsuranco Company received proofs of
hn death of Tirundarule on Dec 1 at
No 2319 EastOne Hundred and Eighty
Elght
second street and on the following day
was burled In St Michaels Cemetery
A young wonun who gave the name of
Marie DAlesalo and posed as tho dead
mans daughter called at tho Insurance
company a few days after the proofs of
death had been presented and collected
ho tt000 The prcsente colleted
o Te same thing was repeated
R t tlm
Union
Central
entrerl Life Insurance
Com PI ny
usplclous The ofTtcors o these companies became
slIsplcous and yesterday an omcer of
ho company called on DistrictAttorney
llBtrJctAtornoy
Jerome an1 nsknd Ills assistance In se
iirlng permission to disinter the sup
ioscd body of Trandarulc Assistant
DistrictAttorney Paul Krotel was ns
Isned to the case and yesterday secured
rca order from Justice Freedman to dig
Jp the body Accompanied by several
if the Insurance
urne companys physicians
Ir Krotel went to the comotcry this
morning and the grave was opened
Found Another Man
Instead of finding the formrly healthy
randarulo tho comn revealed the body
> f a man about eighty yeN old whose
ght leg and left arm were missing I
The lips of the corpse were sewed up
end the toothless mouth filled with cat
on The body did not boar the slightest
csemblanco to tho Insured
Clryano was arrested this afternoon
Jaglstnite Zetler held the
Mngstrte rlsoner In
3000 ball for examination on Monday
According > to a Btatemetit made by
Jetoctlvw Potroslnln and IlllcJi who
have worked with the Insurance com
pany detectives on tho case thero In tin
irgnnlzed gang of eIght Italians who
by the same method employed In the
present case have defrauded companies
out of nearly 100000 5
7
MRSUNGf
TO lVEHERE
Social Triumphs Have Resolved
Famous Actress to Make Per
manent Homo in Land of Her
Successes
HER HORSES TO COME TOO
MM Lily Langtry promises In the
near future to make her home In Amer
ica
Tho announcement that she will race
her horses here next season may be
taken as pimply preliminary to her
adoption of America as her permanent
place of abode She will no doubt settle
down In New York City and have a
country place near by where she will
continue the breeding of racehorses
Her unbeaten filly Smllni who won
every race In which she was cnteroi
last reason on the English courses
earning over 5000 for Mrs Langtry ho
of her own breeding and Captive Pet
by Prisoner Is another good fly very
successfully raced lost year which the
Jersey Lily raised and owns
1 Is not known whether Mrs Lang
try will give up all her extensive prop
erties abroadher beautiful home her
Imperial Theatre which Is said to b
one of tho handsomest In the world
and her other possessions She has
demor etrated that a woman ca suc
ceed In tho Held of theatrical manage
ment despite Mrs Osborns failure here
but there Is a lot of annoyance and
worry about the details of the business
which to a woman of lr Langtrys
temperament who wishes to keep for
ever young U not exactly desirable
Her plans are not matured but It L
said by those who know her Intimately
that It will not be difficult for her t
arrange her business affairs BO as to
make It possible for her to live here
entirely w
PETER MARIES FUNERAL
Ccrnnonlr Attended br AIT
Friend of Iletlred Banker
The funeral of Pete Marie the re
tired banker and former society odor
who died on Tuesday at Ms hoe No6
East TweiUyoeventh street took place
this morning from Bt Patricks Cathe
dral I was attended by a largo con
course of people many of whom are
prominent in society circles
A solemn high mass was celebrated
by the Rev Father Van Hcnssoaaor
The iwllbearers were George V N
Baldwin George Bowdoln William But
Gore Bwdoin
ler Duncan Hobert Hone Adrian Iselta
lone
J Bowers I eo Thomas Meyer Jules
Montnnt J Utampden Jlobb and J Ho
bart Warren
The remains were placed In the Marie
Calvary Cemetery
vault In Cava Cemeter
PUT ON WEDDING SUIT TO DIE
But Ilii Wife Dlscorered Him In
Time to SaTe liii LIe
Michael Curran of No 490 Sixth ave
nue a cook out of a Job and ten years
married put on his old motheaten
wedding clothes while hit wife was tok
Ins their child t school today and lay
down on his bed with a gas tube con
nected with the Jot in his mouth His
wife got back In time to save him and
allah had him taken to the New York line
C Time for moreOliver Twist
About the
only advance
toward per
fection is that
r ii
6
made by HO
Our proceit turns into an catHy digested
sugar the starch in oats HO gives you
that liking for HO which can never again
be Bttiified by any other oatmeal You can
taste the five cents difference in the price
with every mouthful
B
CANDY
Old King Cole was a merry old uoul and a merry old soul was he
W wonder t we are not to blame for the extreme goodnature and gen
mil contentment mirrored on tho Bihlltns countenances ot our army ot
SATISFIED OU8TOMEB3 dally weekly und all the time There must be
SATISFID U will be found below Let make
some reason for I and the reason for i wl Lt us
you Bmlle with the others
BPEQIAL TOR EBIDAY ONLY
AIonflcn IMIUIT AND SUT ntTTBHCUrS LU 100
SPECIAL FOB SATURDAY ONLY
VANIL1A CHKAM ALMONDS III JQc
BPECIAL FOB FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
roiiiiAn juxuu CAMtiKS A core ot hull 111 100
nilTlITll riJAMIT IMUTTIM 0 r W lOa
AK IIUJii > Fit HIT ASfl > NUT CJIOOOMTK 1 Ifjo
GIjAUtl IllUllS ANI NUTS 11 lo
mail nnADl1 ChOCOLATES AMI UOXMONB on ALL OIIOCOLATHS MI 241
al We of the will above deliver spc any elab or al 54 Bn rlAYc
Ihe folowing rales I Mi COR o I
avgr M
haUan liLinti IOC Ut k M
Prok
yjn hhd Koboken
JtHty
lobken 5ccf1L44i21 2
or the Bronx t c C CfT1S
No goods untGOD t Qal
y
a
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o
Skin Humours Scalp HumDurs
Hair Humours
Whether Simple Scrofulous or I
Hereditary
Speedily Cured by Cutlcura
Soap Ointment and Pills
When All Other Remedies and
Best Physicians Fait
COMPLETE TREATMENT SfOOo I
In the treatment ot torturing disfig
uring Itching scaly crusted pimply
blotchy and scrofulous humours of the
skin scalp and blood with lost of hair I
utlcura Soap Ointment and Pills have
been wonderfully successful Even
tho most obstinate of constitutional hu
mours such as bad blood scrofula In
icrltea and contagious humours with
ions of hair glandular swellings ulcer
ous patches In the throat and mouth i
Bore eyes coppercolored blotches ns I
well as bolls carbuncles scurvy Hues
ulcers and sores arising from a Im
pure or Impoverished condition of tho
blood yield to the Cutlcura Treatment
failAnd when all other remedies and methods
And greater still J possible Isvtho
wonderful record of cures of torturing I
disfiguring humours among Infants and
children Tho suffering which CnU
cura Soap and Ointment nave alleviated
among tho young and tho comfort
they have afforded wornontand wor
red parents have led to their adoption
In countless homes as priceless ours
prceess ou
tives for the skin and blood Infantile
Iufnle
and birth humours milk crust pcall
head eczema rashes and every form of 4
Itching scaly pimply skin and scalp
humours with loss of hair of Infancy
and childhood are speedily perma
nently and economically curea when
1 other remedies suitable for children
and even the best physicians al
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The Clip That Never SJipi r
Solid Gold Spring
EYEGLASSES i
Tho spring la flexible aetaeatlly
oal
and firmly to the bridge of your
yur
noso no pinching no slipping
off In the Optical Deptall the
best modern eye tostlngdevlceo
known to science
Oculists prescriptions filled Factory 0111
premise Quick repairing Open evenings
J JACO81Y1
OPTIOIAN
75 Sixth Ave bet isthQr tstbSts
1
GOOD NEWS FOR ALL
A
We have nude sweeping reductions
all departments to make room for 1
spring goods Reliable I Carpets pues
Draperies Furniture c greatly reductd
MORRIS CHAIRS 350 I
Reduced from SSJSO
Golden Oak and Mahogany finish ftamei
DENIM CUSHIONS 22
Reduced from 93J5J
VELVET CUSHIONSr4 0
Reduced from ffSO
LONG CREDLTisthdmJtot
homebuilders
e45 t
oET1wAri I
cR
040
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tBItm Shoe
The Shoe of greatest variety
most reliable quality
FOR MEN AND WOMEN
15O to 400
1 BLYN SONS
GUARANTEE SHOE co
fOUl 6th Ave and 7th St
STORE Third Ave and IUd SL
EASY TO 60981k Ave 39lhand 4Oih4j1 I
REACh 162 flowery near Brooms
Factories I 401403405 EwtOtstSt II <
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A TIP The way to reach ke
homes of New York Is throu Wio
qewvpapcrr that the boea iS pel
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reach their help That p r to
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