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FACK SAYS BINGHAM PLOTS BERTHE CLAICHECOLLAPSES IN Jr
TO ORGANIZE A POLICE RING COURT AfTER PLEADING GUILT6
ExDeputy Commissioner Calls Him
a Shyster Says There Is a
1 t Conspiracy to Build a Mc
Clellan Machine
A LIE IS THE COMMENT
OF THE COMMISSIONER
Demoralization in the Police Force Is Worse
than It Ever Was Is the Late Third
i Deputys Summary of
J Conditions
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i 1 Contemporaneous police literature was reenriched today when James
P Mack who resigned yesterday as Third Police Commissioner after the
bitter quarrels with his superior accused the Commissioner Gen BIngham
of deliberately conspiring to break two of the oldest men of the depart
ment Chief Clerk Klpp and George Hopcroft the latter a veteran of the
Big War and both civil service employees He reiterated and expanded
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his charge of yesterday that Bingham was a puppet running the force
solely with the views of building up a political machine for the City Hall
and punishing those members of It who failed to work ardently for MOFVC
McClellans reelection 0
When reporters carried to him the newest statements of Mack Gen
Blngham turtlelike drew his head back into a hard shofi at slloace Hb
would not say whether Macks accusations in regards to the alleged secret
warfare on Klpp and Hopcroft were true or untrue
I According to Mack Blngbam In the presence of a third party said to
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Damn him I want him Hopcroft broken You must get
i rid of him Break him Prefer charges against him damn him I
It Is a felony to co sate to oust u
I civil service enployp rom his pol
t tlon by ImnroDar means
Mac further charges that there Is u
plot at Police Headquarters of which
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I Gen Blnjhnm Is the head to drive out
of office Col Klpp chief clerk
Mr Mack made theso sensational ac
cusations against his late superior ot
eer In an Interview with a reporter for
The Evsnlnjr World today Inciden
tally he used a little of the Blngham
brand of profanity himself
Call Bingham a Shyster
That damned shyster Blngham
add Mack explosively decided a few
weeks ago for reasons best known to
himself to drive out of office George
Hopcroft clerk In the Chief Inspectors
office Mr Hopcroft is a sick and elder
ly veteran of the civil war and he has
been a faithful servant of the Pence
Department for forty years
Major klpp Objected
Bingham tried first to shove Hop
croft off on Col Klpp Col Klpp would
not stand for IG and then Bingham
transferred this feeble old soldier to
my office
I went to Gen Blnehams office to
THE SUNDAY WORLDS
GIBSON PICTURES
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Collector Boner to Obtain tho
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1 Beat Drawlnit
il A new fad has arisen pine the Sun
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I World three weeks
i day ago began a
J aeries of article on pen and Ink draw i
i ins illustrated by tun of Charles Dana
J I Gibsons most famous drawings
r Nearly every one II now collecting
r this series of Gibson pictures which
includes tho latest and best work of
r to the beltknown American artist
S CoMldeii that the ordinal draw
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t r rite pby nurprljlng that tha Public hili
r a quicklY responded to tit offer of the
World
sundll Wane
ilany people were disappointed last
k Sunday In acing unable to obtain one
of these pictures all the Sunday world
of
was Sold out earlytint day nnd the
obtain
dealers could not further iup
+ pile
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plTO insure obtolntaK a copy of next
Sundays Gibson picture A Hopeless
c eipr There Arc Home CapM PT jin
were Thattl kMlUoraX nan Medi
cIne to Curs Them jive your order In
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discuss the transfer with him Col
Klpp was present and If called In to
testify under oath be will confirm every
word that I now tell you B ang his
fist upon the desk Bingham damnea
poor Hopcroft and said to me
1 look to you to Bet rid of
Iiliu llrcuU himdamn him
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JUDGE ANDY HAMILTON
I YELLOW DOG MAN IS BACK
Just as the Grand JuryTakes Up the Investiga
tion of Insurance Grafters He
Returns from Paris
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Judge Androw Hamilton of Yel
low Dog tame returned to New I
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York today on the Deutschland
JUEt about He time the Grand Jury for
Maroa began Its Investigation Into the
Insurance scandals unearthed by the
ArTistrong Committee Mr Jerome hav
ng awakened to the fact that he could
no longer delay this Investigation and
retain public confidence
The former clalaiUve agent of the
big li urao companies was not reg
istered on the passenger list of the
liner though he Is said to have been
accompanied by two officers of the New
York Life Insurance Company
The Judge said he was a very sick
man Hi la otlll fAr from well
Mr Hamilton boarded the Deutsch
land at Genoa registering under an
abbreviation of his own name Up said
be did this to escape a siege upon his
arrival He TTSS Inc = prclbly chocked
to hear of the death of John A McCull
If Air McCall bod lived he said
he would have given me a certificate
of Indisputable character In other
words death has not only robbed me
of a lifelong friend but has complicated
the case of the survivor
What I suppose you want to know
la continued the Judge why I have
returned to jUdPwVhY heard
aaiiifcthdnir about criminal proceedings
and here I am Thats aU it simply
slgnlfUlea that though my health Is far
from good I am ready to accept any
challenge implied by such proceedings
As to my health there Is no need for
fiction I am luoky to be olive Aa to
what others have sold or done In my
absence and come of them live In glass
houses I have nothing to say I am
here to face any music that may be
played discordant or otherwise You
can begin and end there
INSURANCE GRAFT
BEFORE GRAND JURY
Judge OSulllvan In Part I of Gon
oral Sessions today ordered the March
Grand Jury ta begin Its Investigation
Into the Insurance scandals revealed by
the Armstrong Committee with all pos
sible expedition working early and
lateHe
He read to the Grand Jurors tho sec
tion of the Penal Code defining grand
larceny and put it up to the jurors and
their advisers from the DistrictAttor
neys office as to wtinther tho
prczldwitt and officexa of tau rrca
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tlon the Grand Jury nl4 clear awn a
barrier of prison cases tli confronts It
Immediately the Maroi body convened
today Mr Jerome went before It and
made a long speech dgtalllas the re
sullH of his researohes and his studyof
tha Armstrong Committees report con
cernlpg the misuse ot trust funds by I
the officers of the various companies
Then he advised the jurorsto go before
Judge OSulllvan and askVfor Instruc
tions The full Jury of twentythree led
by Edward Van Valkenburgh their
foreman proceeded Immediately to the
courtroom and presented their request
lor Jisirucllons Mr Van ValkenbUrGh
acting as spokesman
Grand Jurys Presentment
The Grand Jury at the county of New
York respectfully pc s to Your
Honor as fol r
That n k informed by the DU
Continued on Second Page
CHINESE TROOPS TO
AID OF CHRISTIANS
Government Orders Missions
Protected and Declares
Against Traitors
PEKING March 8A strong force of
tho troops of Yuanshlkal has been sent
to the southern part of the pmviacoof
Chill where the pcopb have been threat
onlng tho ChrlutUns
Tho Chinese Government Is greatly
perturbed by tho reports of antiforeign
movements printed In the American and
European press and particularly by tho
despatches announcing Americas prepa
rations for a military expedition In case
of need
Sunday World Wants
I t Work Monday Wonders
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SAILOR BOY12 TO 1
CITY PARK WINNfR
Outsider in the Betting Beats
Sm ll Field in the
Third Race
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CITY PARIC NEW ORLEANS March I
6An Interesting card made up of well
matched fields was the offering to the
racegoers here oday The track was
In good shape and a fair article of
sport was looked for
Filial RACE Thrcs and onshalf fur
10nO eolllnr
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Starters weights and lackeys Sir 11
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Little Doot 100 noninolll 11 a
Irene A 03iol Heusaj > 7 52
Uack Flag IDS D Austin 72 75
Krrder 100 Lawion is 0
Ssler Pejritv OS W McInlyro1O s
DonJgie 100 Stllle 30 10
Seo Douchur IDa Schilling 0 101
Azelo 103 Kosrnor 7 SO S
Imposition 1 o8 Trnxler 02 85 I
Belle of the 11a1 108 Nicol710
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Leatta 108 Walmvright 8o i2
Chsrley Yard 103 Doaly II 2
TlmeO42 15
Won by Little Boot Irene A second
and black Flair third
SECOND IlACE One mile and threeilx
twrtMi telllnir
flatting
Starters weights and Jockey Sir Pi
3U Hnvpllo Lea US 118 Heffennun D Austin 0a 7 55
Small Talk 105 Homanolli 40 15
Wckeful Urt Bmllh o y
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The Only Way 10li W Me In lyre So s
Ifarpoon 101 J lUnntesy 20 S
Miss lllllle bl9IJJn 52 1
Pnrna 103 Ilndeay V ice 16
Hcrda 103 Duly im iX
Dlsley Boll 1O3 Farrow Jo
If8II 100 0
Aral W Soheillnff S > a
Ixch Ooll His Walnwrlcht 20 8
TIme 201
Won 1 > v Sis Lee nouvollo was second
and Small Talk third
teoit THIRD RACE HandJcan mile and a > x
S rtfr weights jockeY Bn r tII pT
Sailor J yk 07 ini Itonncwy 12 I
koemar
Tarp 19 Kocrnor 4 1
Oarnl h 110 RonvuteilU Hi 2x
Devout 100 W MelBtyra 03 45
Won by Sailor Bay Torp was second
and Oarnl third
i FOURTH UAX3E7F1VO and onehalf
furlongs Prince Brutue < a to 2 and 6 to
5 > 1 Robin Hood out for Pace 2 Ai
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SAYS HOSPITALS
UNLOAD DYING
Coroners to Investigate Alleged
Practice Designed to Keep
Down DeathRate
Coroner Harburger baa called a spe
cial meeting of the Board of Coroners
for next Saturday to consider the al
leged practice of certain hospitals In
refusing to accept patients brought tu
them In a dying condition and rushing
II them off htstead to BoUevue In onlr
to keep down their own mortulty rates
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Coroner Harburger Is Inspired to this
I action by a case which he Investigated
today Lost night an ambulance was
sent from New York Honpltal to No
l West Thirtieth street for Miss
Jeanne Cheno a seamstress stricken
with heart failure It Is charged that on
her arrival at the hospital the driver
was directed to hurry her on to Belie
vue She died just as she was being
carried Into a ward at the latter hos
pital
The Coroner said today Common
humanity demands In cases like this
that the surgeons do something for the
temporary relief of the patients even
though unable to take them In
CITY WATER SUPPLY
SNAG GOES BY CONSENT
Special tt The Evening World
ALBANY March 6A compromise
has finally been effoctcU between tile
Icglrlators representing tho NPSV York
rity and the Ulster County iri crisis
that removes nil uncertainty in to tho
extension of the water supply Fyscm
of the metropolis to she Catsklll dis
trict
Asscmblymnn Fowler of Ulster In
troduced todl1 y a bill timtoodymg the
features of all the bills heretofore of
fered In the Interest of Ulster County
Tho most Important provision is the
one for the payment by the city of In
Ulrect dame
As a result of the agreement the bill
to bar New York City from Ulster Is
to be abandoned Too compromise
roposition has the approval ot the
i GateWat9r9tlppty Coaunlsslon
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OUTSID ERS SCORE I
AT FAIR GROUNDS
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Tom Mankins at 10 to 1
Wins Third with Roue 30
to 1 Shot in Money
FAIR GROUNDS NEW ORLEANS
Mnroh 6Tllo handicap fourth on the
programme was the feature event here
today Some of the best sprinters at
tho track Including Disobedient Rapid
Water Van Ness nnd Plater were
named to start In 1 The rest of the
card was interesting
FIRST RACE Judse Davy 1 Doro
thy SI l Gold Circle 3
SECOND KACE Selling six furlongs
netting
Starters nelchio and jockeys Str PI
Elcttilc Snail tint Bdl 4 85
I Arobo 110 Robhlna 7 6J
VrranJih IM Mi1 lanrt 4 85
Sir Francis II 110 McDonald 12 S
niidlf lr ncdcll 10 4
Tcnror 107 Vlttatie 80 10
lonr brn OS Mureland 30 10
I Teddy IlrsokuarU UK Ilajcs 12 5
KlnxB Clnrm 112 J Martin 20 8
OKjnt7 110 n Johnson 20 A
Driokston 102 DlKKlrs 30 10
Ql < > n Gallant ill Johansen 4 8LI
Tlmf 114 3B
Elcctrlc Spark went to the front soon
after the start made all the runnlmr
and won Ina drive by a length from
Arabo who beat Verandah a length
THIRD HACE Six furlongs
Starters weights and jockeys Mtr II 1Y
Tom Mnrklns 110 McG f 10 4
Invincible 110 Alexander 13 i
Itohhlns
Roan 113 Huhbln 4 7A
Oay Ailelaiile HH Itelell 5 jj
fclobratlon 1011 UvlnKston 20 8
Felix Ikrozzen 110 J Martin 10 4
Whorler ia1IJ1 Ilodforn 10 4
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Hortorwln 101 U Tones so 10
Monl 110 Aiibuahon jO 10
Whlppoorw II 115 Icrrlno 10 4
Won In Tom Mmiltlns1 Invincible was
second ri I nun thin
FOIHTII HACBI1 leap
long iilldlBi Star 100 11 Mmn J i 5
out Mist Disobedient liTJ J Johnson
5 to 1 and 7 to 6 second Cousin Kate
105 L Smith 5 to 1 and 7 to 6 third
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ELECTRICITY KILLS STUDENT
SCHENECTADV March 6 Paul
VaIt a junior In Union College was
killed In the laboratory yesterday
while experimenting In electricity Io
was ihurled to tho HOW by 2EKI volts
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State Accept Plea of Manslaughter
and Girl Is Expected to Get Light
SentenceFaintsin Court J
and Is Carried to Tombs 1 i
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OF POLICE BLACKMAlli
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Even Railbirds Weep in Sympathy as Prisoner
Hysterically Cries for Her Mother
Sentence Postponed Till
March 29 i1
Berthe Claiclie pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the first degree1Jt
the opening of court this afternoon by agreement of her counsel and thej j
DistrictAttorney jili
The girl collapsed and became hysterical In court and her screams
and her sobs were heard in the corridor 4 t
Oh mamma mamma she screamed I will never see my mamm
again Jib
Many women In the courtroom sobbed In sympathy The attack ol
hysteria lasted nearly fifteen minutes During this time the girl her limbs
stiff and her hands clenched struggled In the grasp of the attendants of AtfJ
court and her counsel Finally It became necessary to carry her from tiio f
courtroom r 0ft
UNDER CARE OF A DOCTOR
The attendants carried her In a chair to the consultationroom in tJjo 1
corridor leading to the Bridge of Sighs From there she was taken to tie fc
Tombs and placed In the hospital cell under care of Dr McGulre f UjM
Her collapse was complete In view of her condition the imposition j
ot sentence was postponed until March 29 The penalty for tho crime
to which she pleaded guilty is from one day to twenty yearn In prison
j ELLIOTT HITS
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I Of THE YEAR
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Beats McGraws Nine in
Game Against Bresna
hans Side at Memphis
nv l107EMAN nUIGUR
Special to The Evening World
jrEJMiUlS Penn March tiWlth a
good day and tho players feeling chesty
the first game of the season was played
this morning with McGraw and lIre > na
ihan captains of opposing teams The
McGraw fought to a finish but the
liicsnaluins won out by a sure of 4 to I
3 In the llftn Innlnir slen 4la tilt
Elliott hit tlf Will over ice Urt llcl
fence for a home run The players had
10 bet on too AIIIC and tile 1114 10
who happened td be Yours Truly wa
the man woo suffered In addition to
his home run Elliott soused one against
tho fence for two bases
The weather Is so warm today that
the medicine ball and push lar have
been discarded and regular work on the
diamond ihe order
Dahlen donned a uniform for the first
time fats morning and played short Ht
teems to be In good shape though the
soreness will strike him tomorrow
The collapse of Berthe Clalche wash
most sensational finish of amurdarttflal
In years In this city She had been on
the verge of breakdown since teal Week f2
and the strain of admitting her sullt i
was too ouch for lw o < IOUllit >
nerves
By Avico of Counsel
Knwlne she was scheduled to gooft S
the witness stand this afternoon and tell + > f
the story of her Ito of shame the girt
entered the courtroom weak and sick at >
heart She liner some move had been P
made during recess looking to making 4
her course easier jut dd not know aa 4
It was t
When her counsel called her funihos
room before court opened her face JaI
I white as chalk She was out only fQpt
minutes tier f counsel advised II aft
would be hest for her to plead gulit t i
manslaughter sent of course she
agreed although It Is doubtful If sire
fully lorstod
All ape knew was thatshe was to ad
mit that sKo killed Gendron and thaf
she was not to cutter the death penalty
herself
There wa riot n sound In tho court t
room Is the prisoner and her counsel
returned to the room A pink apot
1 horned In each of the girls cheeks And
I shfi dropped Into her chair as though
exhausted Mr Levy and Judge UOj
serious
falsky their races pave and serious
lined ulat the rail An attendant
touched the ctrl on the shoulder anl
asked her to stand Sho arose lthi1
effort tottered and fell Into anot
chair tears streaming from here1 +
Staggered to the Bar r rr J
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But It was necessary that she should
stand with her counsel Again she roe t
and staggered forward until sle stood
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facing the Judge clinging to the rail
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Policeman Frank Dunn was seriously if not fatally injured
late this afternoon in stopping a runaway twohorse team at J
Park avenue and Broadway Williamsburg which threatened > E
the lives of a large crowd of women r and children lrJ
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The policeman saw the team tearing up Broadway and
> prang to thejr heads He was dragged a block and was taken rl
out from under the wheels unconscious with both legs broken ° t
Reserves were called out in the riot which followed but the + j
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driver escaped leaving horses and wagon in hands of Ol c < f ty5 eLATE fJ
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LATE RESULTS AT FAIR GROUNDS
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Fifth Uncle Henry 72 Lemon Girl 31 place UnaJ I L d
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Fifth Trenola 31 Wogglebug out place Glencare
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