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Actress Sara Madden Re
fuses to Take Stand and
Case Is Dismissed
Testified Yesterday that Horse
man Had Broken His Prom
ise to Marry Her
The trial of the KOOOO breach of
promise brought by Sara Madden an
actress acalnst Peter Dunen > t well
known horseman and the husband of
Viola Allen came to a scnsitlonal end
Ine todas before Justice OHoRerlcti
when the plaintiff refused to no on
with tho action and the court dismissed
tho complaint
George C Comn and Louis Cuvllllcr
appeared for Miss Madden while Na
thaniel Cohen of Howe lliunmcls
omce represented Duryoa
Miss Madden while on the stand yes
terday admitted to Attorney Cohen
that when she signed the complaint n
the breach of promise case she had
not read it carefully and admitted that
come statements in It wer untrue She
denle4 that she had sworn with knowl
edge of the fact to a statement that
she had many offers of marriage dur
ing the four years she lived with Dur
t yea
Wouldnt Go to Court
Miss Madden seemed mildly indig
nant with her lawyers over the error
in her complaint She went to their
offices before court opened today and
there waa a stormy scene She refused
flatly to go on with the case or resume
1 the stand Nor would she accompany
them to court at the hour set for the
resumption of the trial
When Mr CU 11 lie r counsel for the
actress appeared In court he revealed
1 that the suit had been called off
j Mr Cuvllllcr made those remarks to
the Court
Your Honor wo are assured by the
law firm of IarKer rinecaan Ac tiatch
that if this suit ever reaotwa a Judg
ment In uununea it will never be puld
1 say this on the Information 1 re
ceived tram the attorneys that I could
uever collect a Judgment It I got one
furthermore the plaintiff refuses to
have her name further mixed up with
this defendant UurvuaJ in allY vil >
Parker Sheehan Hatch are attor
neys for W E D Stokes
Then Mr Collin tfto other lawyer for
the actress said oxMrcssIni Justice
t aieserlch
Your Hnor owing to facts that have
come to my knowledge slnco cuuit
cUsrd yesterday 1 wish to withdraw
fromthe case
Aaktj for Dismissal
Lawyer Cohen for Duryea objected
to the case going by default and said
It had been shown that tho defendant
was worth at Itaat fcSiOOO which would
assure the collotion of a Juagmcnt If
one were ever rendennl He then asked
that the case be adjourned so that he
could subpoena the plaintiff and com
pel her to appear and testify Ha de
clared that 11 this was not done the case
should be dismissed and that tho die
missal should be entered on tho mlnuUa
so that the defendant would be pro
tected for nil time
Mr Comn then agreed with Mr
Cohen saying
I feel that Mr Cohen is right In
his contention and that this Is an
action that the actresss counsel was
talkingought hot to have been
brought And it would not have beqn
brought had I known as much about
it before as I do now i should have
Uevex had anything to do with It or
fcnve gone Into the cae
Mr Coffln told the Court that he had
been Informed by Parker Sheehan
Hatch that action was to be taken
gamut the defendant In connection with
the Gold Cup race In which it has been
alleged that the mare Lou Dillon was
doped when beaten by Major Delmor
then owned by E E Bmather He gold
the firm represents the National Turf
Association and that he had been told
that the defendants property would be
tied up A great deal of money Is said
to have changed bonds on account of
the somewhat unexpected defeat of Lou
Dillon 1
Justice Glegerloh then directed that
j Wes Madden name be called by the
1 court officer Ths was done and there
was no response Her name was call
ed in the corridors but no one t
answered for her Then Mr Cuvlllier
aaid he would Join In the application
for a dismissal of the complaint Ho
I andlv advices from Parker Sheehnn
and Hatcih and aa the defendant In
i Uil case refuses to go on with It I
0 In the motLon
I JCThen MrfOfnn supplemented his for
mor remarks saying with emphasis
I In regard to certain statements made
i to me by Parker Hatch Sheehan
I In ncara to the defendant In the case
i i I refuse to go on withIt Miss Madden
refuses absolutely because she knows
j and believes from what Parker Hatch
t A Sheehan told her that If she got JudB
Sent It would be worthless And from
t Information fhe got from these attor
ney conccmloff the defendant she aons
I not wish her name In any way con I
neotlld wllhlhtJ
ThentM nwlalnt Is dismissed with
costs for the defendant announced
Juitlce ateuerlch
Mr Duryen leaving court refused o I
say anything about the suit None of
theo lawyers would dIscuss It beyond I
laying that Miss Madden received no
r ash KAttloment toe withdrawing from
L 1
Escaped When Abductors
Became Scared Over
the Stories Published
Father Says It Was Part of
Plot to Ruin Bank
He Owns
John nozzufll the rich Italan bankV
of the east side whoso fourteenyearold
inn Tony escaped today from the bru
tal captivity In which kidnappers held
him morn than fort > eight hours de
clares business enemies engineered the
ailiductlon In a plot to ruin him llnin
plilly n plot almost too subtle for any
but the Sicilian mind to grasp
Meanwhile the OJlice followlns nn
entirely different line of theory proni >
lv arrvsted two suspects one of whom
has been Identified ns the man mho rented
tlu rooms In Fiftyninth streot whmj
young Uortulll was held a prisoner from
Sunday night until this morning
Kidnappers Scared
Rut the father of the youth Insists
that he Is ihe victim of a conspiracy to
drhe him out of business He thinks
tiles Itol his son and then ctcul tel
th < report that he meant to pay the
rans m of JMOO which was demanded
hoping thus to cause a fatal run upon
his tank There was n run it Is true
bui the same publication In the ppcrs
uhtch had brought the friEfcilened ila 1
positois climorliiR for their funds also
frightened the four kIdnaps rs Into let
ting their little hstac get away Ills
return home turned the run on the bank
Into a consrntulatory demonstration
and saved the fathers credit
Fifteen minutes after tho boy had
been found detectives raided the Hat
where he had been Imprisoned The I
tenants hod fled hours before but In
their haste to be gone they left behind
evidence that may help to convict them
wlitm they nro rounded up
DetectlveSerirt Joe Petroslno In
charge of tho manhunt declares that
the four men described by the boy
were merely the accessories In a plot
whloh originated among Italians very
close to the BOMufll
family In many
of Us essentials he
says this cue Is
Identical with that other Italian
kldnapolne the case of Tonv Mannino
of Brooklyn Blood relatives were sus
pected of being mixed up in the Man
nino affair It was a o usln of Tony
Mannlno who picked him utf on a street
car It was an uncleEugene Mellnl
of No 319 East Sixtyfirst streetInto
whose arms young Tony Bozzufll provi
dentially ran when he bolted this morn
ing from the place of his captivity
Run on the Bank
The run on the Bozzum Bank was an I
interesting byIncident of todays de
velopments Fear that the father might
cripple himself financially by paying
the huge ransom brought dozens of
excited depositors to his doors early
this morning Over 7000 had been
withdrawn when news pread along the
line of waiting Italians that the bay
had been found Then there was a rush
to redeposlt the savings
Tho escaoe of the bunkers lion fnpm
the quartet that held him hostage Tor
Continued onSocond PageX
Fled from Socialists Who
Swore Her to Assassina
tion She Declares
NEW ORLEANS March Declaring
that her life will be taken unless she
assassinates President Roosevelt u
woman who gavie her namb ns Mrs I
W B Lowaller o Ithlladelpbla applled I
at Central Police Headquarters today
for protection
She spoke rationally on all general
subjects but the police and coroner de
cided to detain hur for an examination
Mrs Ix3wnllor said that she fell In
with < i party of Btolallsts In Philadel
phia and that she was taKen to a room
there and made to take an aM against
the Piwildont being told that she woul4
ic destroyed It It was not executed
She doclured sIt lied to Houston Tex
but the men followed her there and
thfrt she had come to Now Orleans
Lcwttllcr does hot appear In the local
directory Socialists here claim they
do not knoW the woman nor In Now I
Orfeana <
Members of the Now York American baseball team have received n warm welcome to Birmingham Ala where they lire spending the training
season They have been elected members of the local athletic club and pra ctlcally voted the freedom of the city They reached Birmingham today
and a telegram to The Evening World says they at once began work
I JJowdv B oys M
I This Is 1 eli IIL Makt
7kce HC TALLYrHO w if I
42 I I
Wee Sister of Slayer of Aunt and Uncle Telk
Story that Shocks Jurymen Death Strug
I gle Demonstrated by Witness j
j 1
I The story at Tosefina Texranova
the eighteenyearold girl who mur
dered her uncle and her aunt to free
her name from blemish was told one
wore today at the Inquest before Cor I
oner Robert H McDonald In the Cor
oner Court of the Bronx at Third
and Tremont avenues
It was a tale of a Sicilian code of
honor applied In New York on Wash
ingtons Birthday by this Ignorant Im
pulsive young woman As It was un
folded there was presented to a large
crowd of spectators a vivid picture of
the lire from the recollection of which
she hoped to rid herself by knife and
All The characters in this sordid little
drama were distinct First there was the
fat jovial baker Gaetano Rlnrlo who
hid Ills Immorality behind a mask of
mirth and his wife Concetta who gave
her aid when he waa abusive to the
It van when she killed both of them
on Vashlngt JHS Ulrthcmy that the well
todo Italian colony of the Bronx anti
Harlem for tho first time realizes the
almost unbelievable conditions under
which she had lived with the aunt
wild was her mothers sister and thi
man who was both undie and Godfather
to her
The filrl tall and nlllowy Iii figure
with i piottv ovnl face of dollcntu olive
tint ml unmoved In cotfrf She had
come from the T mbs guarded by Capt
PrIC of the Bronx Detective Bureau
Proud of Her Clothes
She removed her long black coat and
her funs that were the wedding sift of
tilufitppe Terranova who married her
Jan 23 Sub wore these garments on
her mission PC death to the home it
tho baker She nodded rather haughtily
to those of her countrywomen whs
I < ruin court The difference between
tljefn was pronounced
JcBoflna showtU her sJmoat childish
vanity when she posed for a photog
Dont you think till Is a pretty
hat she asked And this 1 > a nice
pin Berths Claiche gave me
Then slo pointed to a silver Maltese
cro s vflt Wore on her white Bilk shirt
waist The oln bore this legend Thy
Kingdom Come
Berthe told me It would briny luck
I laU Joseflna But I am not afraid
God washed my flnv away with blood
Nothing can harm mttt
So with a toss of her head she turned
to her lawyer former Judate palmlerl
Tho first witness called was Dominica
Zltto of Xo 110 Sixth Street Williams
bridge Ho Was the first person to run
upstairs In the Rlgglo home at No 110
I Best TWo Hundred apit Twentieth
street Wllllnmsbrldge tiller Joseflna
had atttbbad her aunt and her uncle
He said he tvas employed for four
months by JllgElo as thi bakers helper
7 Uncle Held the Girl
Assistant DistrictAttorney Cordoza
cwiducted the examination for the State
It progressed slowly because Zltto
could understand no Kngllsh lie said
that While going over the account on
tho evening Of Feb 21 Joneflna came In
and said she wanted to se < her aunt
9jie and the aunt went UpaUlhs together
and In a few minutes RlffBlO followed
I jRprd somebody shout 1Iaj a
Zltto Snil 1 ran up talr I heawi
Mrs RtlWlo screaming She was stand
ng near the stairs bfoedthf ltllrltlo
had pushed Joseflno She hid ta revol
ver In tWt Hiand and her titlc e held h
WA5tZltto talked jJoMHna waeA ftw
word eaaerljL Bho lawersto Uietej
tm Mft
WfJ 1 t i j t iii
j titnony In Italian but she listened i
I carefully to the Interpreters English
version I
I At the nurceBtloti ol the Assistant
DistrictAttorney Zitto and tile Intrr
I Orator took the oosltlon In which IP
found the girl and her uncle Tho girl
I Continued onSecond o Page
Helfrich Taken to Hospi
tal Dies of Cerebral
A man weighing more than 200
pound groping about on his hands and
knees at the northeast end of City Hall
pla a today attracted a crowd und
brought Policeman Gilbert E Bishop
to his side Grasping the prostrate one
by the shoulder the ofllcor said
Oat up tilts is no place to look for
I am not looking for money re
plied the stout man It looks to me
like a total eclipse
It developed that the man had been
stricken wth total blindness while on
ma way from Brooklyn Ho was later
taken to Hudson Street Hospital where
he died late thia afternoon of cerebral
Jhn Helfrich the victim conducted
a buiull nouuii au at No id Wasn
uigtou aveiiuo in iiiu boruuva across
tuo oiJugo lie > uj uftynve yours ObI
and umi04riu
Wen tilt iKilccmun had led him o
the Cuy Had aiutiou tutu wnllo WalL
Intf lui an uiiiuuiunuc irum tnu liuJ
bUll street li apltul Helfrlch told of
illS allllctlon
I left my placo Just after 10 oclock
ana tooic the 1utbJn street L train
at Grand avenue station J had pains
In my head and felt siclt at the stoma
ach All the way over the bridge 1
was dizzy and nauseated
As I stepped from the train there
was srrlea of flashes
a before my eca
and it wee with great linicutly I made
mv way over the bridge extension and
dotan the steps to City Hall Park I
rfwpViwhJ sat down on a deserted
allow ploWfh
GnaxiuiUy It became darker All he
buldlngs had great 4Ja < K borders md
then the trees began fj fade into Uei > r
ncrrow lines I saw what must m > o
been the forms ofpeople stop In trim
of me and heard voices and the rattle
of wagons more dlstlhutly than over
So I got down un my hnnds and tried
to work my wny to the City Hall build
Ing I felt If I got that far I would be
able to And out what was the matter
The policeman told mo that I was
reared IMfrlch undertaker of No
939 Fu ton street Brooklyn nephew o
the blind mun was notified of the mis
fortune which had overtaken his uncle
by Tho Evening World
1 am not surprised he saId ° My
uncle has been nlllnjr for years I hive
ream that he read too much at night
His onlv relatives are two slalom and
I ii
Deuxtemps Beaten Two
Lengths by Odds
On Favorite
March iThere was nothing oartluu
larly extraordinary about todays card
here The fifth race nt a mile and a
quarter had the best field of the day
The track was sloppy and rain was
pouring down when the horses vent
to the post In the first race
FIRST RACE Fhe furlonsn telllnc
stnrlnri wiiittt anti JocKoj Sir Helling Jl
Phllador KiS I Smith 12 n
Catherine n 09 M Murphy 13 u
Quaint 104 McIxuuM 12 5
Vddlns Hnu 1U1 Hoffman 7 52
1rofane luo Fmntin 0S 7r
Marrtnt 1U1 Ucdoll ai S
Hill Cmroll 111 lirhreni IO s
W Clfl DO Montana M ti
I > sii Cluiliev 114 Nuono li
Ihnuncuy Jctt 101 t > tini > ir u
Perfect 101 Aubuohon VJ I
1rlde or WcHlaiock irn 11ft 3o IS < l
Urlflamme IHI J Johnson B
Shipwreck UK Willten 30 10
Perfect miule the running to tho
stretch followed hv Orlllfimmo nnil
Quaint In the run homo Phllador
closeil strons ami Uikln the leiiil mm
In a drive bv a head from Catherine
R who was a lenrth In front of Quaint
Time lW
fcECOND RACE Twoxaroldi four anJ
a half furlong
Starters w lrht and Jocke u Sir Il
Our Own 07 I Smith 8
lila Store OJIolJSttn 81 12
Hold Circle Ito llobblr la r
John Henlv 151 Clanrtler S3 sP
QUIIKKO 1011 hayes 4 85
lianeful 100 Ptrrlna II fi
Iucy Mnrlv l irr Aubuchon 78 73
Big Store made tho running followed
by Our Own and Gold Circle In the
run home Our Own closed on Big Store
and In n hot drive won by a nose Big
Store wan two lengths In front of Gold
Circle Time ODC 45
THIRD RACK Six furlongs scllll1fiettln
Starters wilsSit and Jockeys Sir 1M
Van Xttn 121 J Marlin 2S
Ixux Temp 00 hayes 115
Jtoliave 110 Dunclm 40 J
Time 118 15
Van Ness made nil the running anti
nn easily bv a length from Deux
Tcmir who beat Moliavo two lengths
Time 118 15
FOURTH RACIiTJamew Reddlok H
to B and out I Rnlnland 3 to 5 for
place 2 Mary Jr 3
TRENTON N J M rch 7The
Court of Pardons will on Friday next
take up the case of Mrs Antoinette
Tolla who Is under sentence to bo
hanged In the count jail nt Hncken
sack and decide whether or not sho
will die on Monday next rIte woman
was soma time ago given a respIte by
Gov Stokes but th a expires on Mon
day and unless tho Court of Pardons
Interferes she will bo executed on that
Mrs Tolla was to have been hanged
In the Bergen county jail at Hacken
lackon Feb 10 last
I bi Jl J
Zinda Made the Pace for
Awhile and Came Again I
in the Stretch
I iTluo imiddors got the place again
I todny The track was sloppy and the
weather rainy What promised to lie
the feature of the day was the handi
cap at six furlongs which brought out I
a goad Held
rillST HACE Three mid a half furlongs netting I
Starters uclfrhtn anti jocke > 8 Str Il
IJoprrlin 113 Slllk llr 4i
lttn Nolan Ill Nlcol Hf 3r
< < 8iI Trlcrf 112 Hotnanclll 72 7fi
KliiK rninh JJS W l > nlv 10 11
Theo H nch 1U1 SchllllnK SO N
Penile Cohan IllS Kmrner 11 4
Uirl Siirlnc 101 IMemit 10 12
Slon Ids OnKar 7 n5
lilllh M I0i V Allen 40 IS
Tiino0 iD
Odd Trick went to the front nt tho
start and made the runnIng to tho
stretch followed by Tom Dolan and
Burly Spring In tho run home llot6r I
miamI cnmu with u rush and Uklns the
luad won by a mogul from Tom Dolan
who beat Odd Trick a head
SinrttrK welJhls and lockers Hlr PI
Col Iartlxtt 100 ScMlllnff 10 S
ned flub UK Dcalv o s
tjinshr ilit tI Nlcjl 5 3
llumpty Dump IOU U Powers 20 s
Sdlli II B 107 W Mcintyre 2 4f
Miyur Punrin 100 W Daly 4 7B
itle Mm 1U7 II Austin 4 75
Clmcinook JU7 J llcnnemy 40 IB
Red Huh cut out the funnlnir fol
lowed bv Salllo B B and Col Bartlett
This order held to the stretch where
Col Bartlett closed and In a drive won
hv a lemrth from Red nub wlio was
two lengths In front cf Lol1lZbrlli1t I
THIHn HACB Colllnic five and cnahilf I
furlon DollinG
Htammws wilchtH anti Jockejw Sir PI I
Xinda HID D Austin 4l I
Alcantara 114 W Mclntyre 10 4
Dr Mick 102 lily 72 I
Kltxwli 111 Hcrfernnn so 15 I
Immcrtllp us Tlllman 15 n
Mr Wndlclei M llomanoll 21 8
Major farpcnui ItS Nlroi 7 52
lr IrAI
Trorp UM 111 V Allen 50 20
Suds 07 Picrrott 20 7
Tlmu L10 1S
Xlnda went to tho front and mnd the
enrlv rurailnc She they wave way to
Dr MuCk who Bhowed the way to tho
stretch There Zintla clcwod again and
ilmwlne iiwov won easily by four
ipnTths from Alcantara who beat Dr
Mark a le nirth
rOTRTH lUCEPat Bulper 7 to
and fi to T 1 Lucy Young 5 to 2 fc
pluto 2 Merely Mary Ann 3
Get Government Fund
In accondinee with the plans of tho
Treasury Department to deposit 10000
000 In Government banks of the principal
reserve centres about J750C03 was re
c < Ived hare In treasury bonds today
The bnlanoe of the amount allotted to
Now York banks 3000000 In all will be
pal HH soon as tha local banks depoeU
their bonds Secretary Shaw was at thu
SubTrcusury today but declined to dlaK
cuss ll nnclal conditions
> V
KDUOU Co Iuculo Coast Points 05OOO
Via KrU lUllroad Tickets old until April 6
8W114U Uwmy N TCi KU iMlton StOJlm e
1t 1t iJi
I 1 l f t
Forced to Contribute Stated Sum Each
Week to ViceSquad Men and r j
Were Immune From Sud j
den Arrest on Streets
Berth3 Clalcho made a lengthy confession Involving four policemen for
merly stationed In the Tenderllon Precinct to Assistant DistrictAttorney
Ely this afternoon Witnesses have been securced who will corroborate hen
statements Some corroboration has already been obtained In the shape of J
testimony given at her trial 1
The girl under oath paid It was her custom and the custom of all tha
women of her class In the Tenderloin Precinct to contribute 2 a weeli J
toward a fund for four policemen whom she named This fund she said
was divided between them Her statement Is long and circumstantial Sho i
Mid that In her acquaintance were fifty or sixty women who contributed 2 j
week to this fund and that
a undoubtedly there were otfliers whom
she dlc
not know
Iron Man in Fine Shape
but the Catcher Is Much
Over Weight
Special to The EtenlhR World
1Im PHlfi Tenn Alarcrh 7Rnlo
tk stltreil the white clay at Rod
Elm lark commencing shortly after
midnight kept up throughout the fore
noon and prevented the Giants from
taking daily work today Shortly after
noon Manager McGraw Issued a prodS
mallwudeclarlng a holiday The New
Yorkers scattvrud around the city many
attending the matinee performance of
Camllle with Sarah Bcrnhoidt as
tho attraction
Pitcher J J McGdnnlty and Catcher
NVIIllaiii Marshall arrived on early
I trains completing another change bat
tery for the preliminary settos which
McGraw has planned for the future Mc
GInnlty In civilians ctothea looks the
picture of health and says he has spent
a winter of Idleness at his Smth Mc
Allister foundry In Indian Territory
Marshall has been studying medicine
nt v Chicago university lIe Is over
nelKrtt This caused Manager McGraw
te iemark somethIng about his future
Hot but Marshall seems confident of
rciliilnis to normal before the team
leatea Hwl Elm McGlnnHy said ho
has lOot had a bail In < his hand since
the memorable day last fall when he
worked against the Philadelphia Ath
i letics In the worlds series
The agreement was that this payta
mert was to secure tho contributor
I from sudden arrest At stated inteiS
vals they were expecfed to submit tot j
arrest The policemen guaranteed to
40 arrange tho cases that the fine InA
the police court would not exceed tK
Tho rrrests went to the credit of thff
men making them on the station hous
record f 1
Other women named by Bertha
Claiche have promised to testify glvJ
Ing dates and places of payments t
giollccmen A big sensation la ln >
mlnnnt 1 r
Prior to his conference with th
Clnlcho girl Mr Ely in company wit
Abraham Levy visited Headquamtei4
and talked with Commissioner BlnrJ
ham Tho DistrictAttorney and Po1io
Commissioner are working together
uncover the conditions described
Berthe Claiche
To Bare Whole System i
So amazing are the disclosures off
l > rtho Claiche that DistrictAttomeJiJ
Ely Is likely to probe deeper than intaj
the actions of the four policemen dVi
recitly implicated by the girl Sho baa
heard of other policemen who wer
grafting and has given lines by wolsi
they may be reached
The result of her cwnf aslon mty bar 1
the exposure of the whole system
police graft upon the Tenderloin
fcrtunates Berthe Clatohea story >
pltei only to women who ply theIIIQ
tpid on the streets
Mr Ely does not consider Itprobabl
thnt the grafters allowed the otbaxw t
escape i j
In the police vernacular smeoft3t
policemen who served in the mz
vice squad are in bad IX is
that Obero Is e1 ugh oorroboratiao q
Bertha dolcho story to Ii cure th
liidlctmont of at least one orOcor
Because at her deepeeaied oonvlotloiS
that she would be acqulttod by th Jura
Berthe Claiche Is not Quite satisfied iwibil
her plea Wellmeaning but oyery
trained enthusiasts and ympatblzerji
assured her no Jury on earth iroulft
evwr convict her of murdering Gen
t they would set her free w1t2ioo
leaving their seats i A
Bertlie Oalohe had oonfia Ja th J
FifthR Williams 51 Sonoma Belle out pi Judge Hlme
SixthArabo 41 Enverite out place Celebration
Fifth Monochord 71 Dungannon 11 place Bert Osra I
Sixth RaceDeclared off i
SeventhBisque 92 HymeUus 45 place Bradleys Pot
t i
Commissioner Bingham this afternoon after his conference
vy th Berthe Claiches lawyers transferred twentyfive police i
den from the Tenderloin Eight men were taken from Mercer t
S reet and sent to the Tenderloin and five were taken from v 1
tH Oak street station iI
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l 1
Albert Bertram aged thirtythree committed suicide by
haling gas In his rooms at No 160 West Ninetyninth street
Is afternoon Bertrams body was found by his sister with
lorn he lived > 1
The suloide had been suffering from consumption J
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