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12 THE EVENING WORLD TRIDAY JUNE 12 1908
4 SHOT TO DEATH
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OUTSIDE OfflCf
Of BILL Of VERY
SixteenYearOld Boy Killed
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Far Rockaway
FIVE ARRESTS MADE
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Police Seek Italian Accused of
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John UellstcaiJ sixteen years old was
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hot and killed early today during a
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fracas caused by a party of Italians
who had been drinking The shooting
occurred at Far Rockaway In front of
the real estate ofllce of William s Dev
cry former Chief of Police of New
l York and the boy died on the steps
I of Dcverys office
The victim was not with the party
of Italians engaged In the brawl and
the shooting Is believed to have been
accidental so far as he is concerned
lS1ve Italians are under arrest as wit
nesses and It Is said they accuse Romlo
antorl a saloon keeper of 59 Kemson
venue Far nockaway of having done
ttie shooting Search Is belnc mnde for
Antorl bv the nollcp and hv men from
the office of Sheriff Foster of Nassau
Count who was notified of the affair
end asked to look out for Anton
Six Men Quarrelled I
Jennys hotel and saJoon is next door
to the Devcry Realty Companys office
on ilott avenue
About 2 oclock this morning half a
dozen Italians came out of the saloon
and began to quarrel In front of the I
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Devery office It is said that they had
been drinking and were greatly excited
Young Wellstead was standing under
a tree In front of Deverys office at the
time
John Parsall the gatcman at the Long
Island Railroad crossing saw the shoot
Ing and the row that preceded It and
says that Vellstead was apparently not
mixed up In the trouble
While the dispute was at Its height
one of the Italians fired two shots One
of the bullets struck Wellstead In the
back and went through the right lung
It Is thought likely that he turned to I
run awn when the first shot was fired I
and that It was the second bullet that I
hit him
where Is a concert hall behln the sa
loon and there were a number of pa
trons in the place when the shouting
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occurred They rushed out Into the
street at the sound of the shots and
for a time thero was much excitement II
Wellstead was picked up and carried
to the steps of the real estate office
and a physician called Life was ap
parently extinct then and the boy was
pronounced dead when a physician ar
lied
fThe police gathered in five Italians
nrtio are alleged to be the men who
YJth one other man engaged in the
row In front of the real estate office
Jtorl Is alleged to have been the sixth
man and he Is accused of the shooting
3jhe police searchod Anton home and
place of business but failed to find any
trace of the man The also went
through the Italian Battlement making
a housetohouse search but to no
t avail
t The body of the young victim was
removed to Fitzpatrick morgue Well
tend wa the son of John Wellstend
rwfco Is employed at the city disposal
plant here
iTWO CHILDREN DEAD
tf IN LOCKED TRUNK
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FALL RIVER June 12 After a long
ekrch last night the bodies of Joseph and
Andre Beaudry eight and five years old
i were found locked In a trunk In which
the children are supposed to have hidden
themselves In order to escape going to
ohool yesterday morning
The trunk has a spring lock The
medical examiner decided that their I
deaths were aue to suffocation The
Interior of the trunk and the clothing I
I nnd bodies of the children gave evi
I dence of the struggles the little ones
made to escape before death finally
I overcame them
CONGRESSMAN
FROM BROOKLYN
WHO DIED TODAY
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CONGRESSMAN DEAD
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Representative From Third
District Brooklyn Fought
Long for Life
Congressman Charles T Dun well of
the Third District Brooklyn died to
day at his home No C91 Lafayette
avenue He had been lit with Brlghf
dl ease for some time and recently re
turned from a long trip he took In the
hope of recovering his health
Congressman Dunwell was born at
Lyons N Y fiftysix years ago He
came to Brooklyn twentyfive years
ago and was admitted to the bar He
took an active Interest In Republican
politics and In 1SS2 was defeated for
Comptroller of Brooklyn although he
ran ahead of his ticket For years he
was the general agent of the New Yrk
Life Insurance Company In Brooklyn
He leaves a widow two sons and ft
daughter
WASHINGTON June IWord
reached here today of the death of
Charles Tappan Dunwell Representa
tive of the Third Congressional Dis
trict of New York at Brooklyn early
today Mr Dunwell served In the last
three Congresses Official notification
of the death was received by Sergeant
atArms Kas on of the House
5OOO BAIL FOR
A J5CEHT THEFT
Magistrate Herrman Says He
Doesnt Want Any More
Gormley SlipUps
No more Gormley slipups are want
ed In this court If I have anything to
say declared Magistrate Herrman In
Yorkvllle Court today when It came to
fixing ball bond for John Tighe accused
of stealing 75 cents from the pocket of
George A Blaeck a moving van driver
yesterday Ill place this fellow In
S I1 bonds and If any of his friends
want to see him out theyll have to
show me the bonds
Tiffhe pave his address as No Zti East
Seventysecond street Arrayed against
him was Detective Frank Price and his
victim who appeared In an old Jumper
and tattered trousers and shoes I
lIes the meanest thief In the world
Your Honor bald Hlaeck I was on
a First avenue car at Sixtythird street
when I felt his hand In my pocket 1
ye led and this officer arrested him I
havent worked all spring It was my
first days wages end here he takes
It when Im gong home to my family I
who needed It
A lawyer asked for a postponement of
the case but Detective Price stated
that TLche had a long police record
Magistrate H rrman then hold him li
the heavy bonds No one has appeared
to bail out TIgho
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DYING SUICIDE
PHONES POLICE
MacLenn Takes Morphine in
I Drug Store and Crawls
to a Booth
When Lieut r > wry answered n tele
phone call at Police Headquarters to
day and was told tint a man ai
d > lnc from heart disease In George
Xo f S Broome
Deckers drug store o > I
street he sent an ambulance to the I
place at once from Gouvorn eir Hospital
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Dr Arthur found the druggist minis
tering to Thomas MacLean who was In
a chair near the telephone booth and
gasping for breath lie was taken to
the hospital where It was found he WAS I
suffering from an overdose of morphine
from the effects oj whlcn he died with I
In half an hour
ilacLean used to be a watchman at
different places in this neighborhood
said Mr Decker and although ho
looked sixty was only fortynine yean I
old He had heart trouble and was out
of n Job so I let him sleep In the back
room of the drug store and shared my I
meals with him Last night he com
plained of his hard luck and I think he
must have cot up In the night and j
swallowed some morhplne
I found two pIKs near him but ho J
said nothlns about It when I co to the I
tore this morning He must have re
pented having taken tho drug and I
i crawled to the telephone booth and
I there was no one else In the place to
use the phone I
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VILLANOVA GIVES DEGREES
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PHILADKLPHIA June bThe Jp
ores of doctor of laws was conferred
today upon Jude M A Tlcrney of
Pros X V and the Rev Huh P
Fleming of Oranzc X J nt the com
mencemetu exerclseM at llinova Col
loco Judse Tiirncv was the orator oft
the dav John A Dalev of Lawrene
Mass delivered the oilutary nnd tin
valedictorian waN Joseph A Perkins I
also of Lawrence
COURT COMMENDS
POLICE FOR ARREST
Burglar They Caught Goes to
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Sing Sing for Four and
a Half Years
I Lleuts Dugan and Klnsler of the
I > et ctlvo Bureau received a few com
pliments from Judse Hnsn ky In Gen
eral Sessions today when IMul Huff
man a burglar was sentenced to Sins
Sins for four years and six months
Hoffman who belonged to a cans
that has been operating on the cast
stile of the city recently was con I
vlrtcd of entering the apartment of
Mrs Ida HaMiuin In the tenement No
304 East Eighth street on April S and
when discovered assaulting the woman
He escaped at the time but Mrs Rjs
quln subsequently Identified his por
trait In the Rogue gallery Dugin
and Klnsler then arrested him
At the time of his arraignment In
court Hoffman offered to plead guilty
to the Indictment
I may as well he told Assistant
DistrictAttorney Kresel on account
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of my record Jf I dont the Bulls
will pinch me
Judge Rosalkv refused to accept the
plea and ordered Hoffman placed on I
trial The fury promptly convicted him
Your remarks about the detectves
Is a common excuse lvaneNI bv crim
inals and in the majority of cases is
a cross slandr said the Judio It
happens that the Court knows these two
men and Know them to bo honest
faithful nollcemen The work the hate
done on the east side In orotectnc
rropertv and catching thieves proves
they am efllclpnt men The deserve
the greatest credit for your arrest
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EXONERATED BY GRAND JURY
William II Hot accused of taking a
purse from a woman dur ng a basebal
game at the 110 Grounds ealy in the
week was exonerated bY the Grand
Jury
VOMAN KNfW HOW
TO SERVE BURGLAR
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Mrs Boyd Clubbed Him Well
Threw Him Downstairs
Sat on Him
Mr Hannah Boyd of Xo 100 Ferry
street Hoboken is being arnlauded by
the pciire for the licit nnd thorough
manner in wluh tile tr day corralled
voting Jseph Riley who is thought to
be an accomplished cr ak
Durlntr the years she has been Janl
tress of the flat house where she lives
Mrs Boyd has had to deal with few
burglars but those few have gone to
the hospital immediately afterward
Riley didnt have that experience as
there was a police surgeon waiting for
him In the First Precinct Station
Although not very tall Mrs Boyd Is
broad Her shoulders are unusually
wide and her right arm is no delicate I
emaciated limb She had been laying
In wilt for Riley for a week having
remarked his swift departure from the
house In her chare with grip loads of
valuables that were later missed by
tenants She saw him return today
and from her basement windows
watched him climb the front steps
The door had hardly closed behind
him when Mrs Boyd picked up a stove
lifter and a fm pound spder With
these weapons she cautiously mounted
the stairs lliley slipped into a closet
on the third door but before he could
close the door Mr Bolds foot Inserted
itself as a wedge
Then she pried the door open and
battered h < icier over the head
For a few seconds he saw nothing bat
Ih n5 IMI i < nb and love Inters
whereupon he sank Into a deep sleep
He wuke up for a second wnen he
landed at the foot of the third floor
nrw v t p liTTv vMnn of kitchen
ware returned and he slumbered once
n
Mrs lloyd tossed him down another
ttlgnt dragged him to the vestlbute sat
on him and sent her small son to the
police station Riley was revived In the
station horse hut It was seine time
before he became coherent and was
able to give his name
CONTRACTOR HELD
HELDMl
UNDER25OO BAIL
Max Cramer President of the Metro
politan Equipment Company of No
142 East Fourteenth street was ar
raigned before Judge Mulqueen In Gen
oral Sessions today to plead to an In
dictment following the Investigation
Into the official conduct of John F
Ahearn some time ago
Mr Cramer answered not guilty and
was released on K5K ball which wa
furnished by Herman King of No 1S3
West Seventyninth street one of
Cramers neighbors
Cramers firm was one of ten which
Gevelopm nts of the Ahearn Inquiry
showed furnished supplies to the city
The specific charge In the Indictment is
n larceny of 11101 It was learned today
that at least one or possibly two more
persons who also received contracts for
city will be arrested by DistrictAttor
ney Jernmes detectives
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