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A THE EVENING WORLD WEDNESDAY JULY 29 1908
VANDRBILrS STEPSON
t CW SANDS MEETS
I DEATH IN AUTO SMASH
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Young Society Man Pinned Under
f Blazing Car After It Hit Tree While
l Speeding a Mile a MinuteRela
fY tives Prostrated by Fatality
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r < 1 PARIS July 29G Wlnlhrop Sands a stepson of W K Van
i flerbilt vas killed in a frightful automobile accident which occurred at
7 A M today just outside the grounds of Mr Vanderbilts beautiful
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country seat the Chateau St Louis de Poissy twenty miles from Paris
r S Mr Sands was riding alone with the chauffeur when the automobile
k which was spinning along at a mile a minute speed left the road and I
struck a tree with terrific force The car was overturned and Mr Sands I
was pinned under the wreckage The gasoline tank probably exploded
r as the wreck at once caught fire I
AI soon ns help arrived Mr Sands
I was extricated but was badly maimed
nnd burned lie was carried Into thi
S chateau where he died at 9 oclock
Tho chauffeur was thrown some din
tance In the smashup but escaped er
toua Injury
An tarty report of ihc fatality
bnt rcncliPd Inrln Mated that Mr
Ynnrlerbllt had nlno licen In the ac i
r cldcnt being badly cruilietl and I
maimed Mr Vanderbilt however
M the real Inch hcm vrai not In
the auto
Mr Sands mother Mrs Vanderbllt
W K Vanderbilt his stepfather and
hit brother were at tho chateau when
tho accident occurred All were over
whelmed with grief Mrs Vanderbilt
waa almost tllstiucttd Trtwr the torn
and burned body of her son was born
IndoonIt was evident that he was
then past mortal aid Despite the agony
ho suffered he retained consciousness I
until the end
TJnmembers of the family were ap
prised of the accident by telegraph
George W Vanderbilt Is at Dlnard
Harold 8 Vanderbllt left here this
morning for London W K Vander
bill JrIs at AtxiesB Bins
Mr Sand left Deauvllle at 680 this
moraine to come up to Poissy The
only other person In tho car was the
chauffeur Pickings The pace TVTLS fast
all the Ivay Mr Sands was at the
wheel When the accident occurred the
Automobile had just reached the en
trance to tho chateau grounds and wjs
going < st the rate of sixtytwo miles
an Jiour Suddenly a tire flew off the
machine swerved plunged across the
road and struck a tree with such force
that It was completely wracked
When the car collided with the tree
It turned turtle Mr Sands being thrown
under It and pinned there
fl ver l workmen who hid wltneued
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t BROOKLYN
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Maloneys hot bounder was grabbed by
Leach who nailed him by a fast throw
to Swaclna Wllhelm was deadheaded
tofirstby Lelfleld Burch was a victim
on strikes NO RUNS
Fourth Inning I
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Leach let four bad ones eo by and
vent to first Clarke made three swlnga
at Wllhdms spit balls Wnpner Mn
tl < Sl and on Alporrnans error In let
Ing the ball go through his legs
Leach scored and Wagner reached
third Batty tingled to the Infield
ending Wagner over the plate Wll
ton forced Batty at second Lewis to
Pattee Sw edna was retired by Hum
mel unasSisted TWO RUNS
Pittce was handed a P s to first by
I eflel4 Humml raised a fly to the
Infield which Swaclna grnWied Al
jterman hit to Batty who touched out
Iatte and by a quick throw to
fiwaclna doubled up Alpermin NO
AUKS
Fifth Inning
Olhaon pasted a hounder to 1Rltee
end did at first LelBeld sartt one up I
into the air and Burch mother 1 the
ball Thomas readied first on PMteei
lumhle Leach singled to centra end
Ing Thomas to recond ClaiKe hit to
Htimmell and as no one covered the
bag the bases wore tilled A wild pitch
scored Thomas but as Leach also tried
to score he wai caught at Ihe plate on
BerKen throw to Wllhelm ONR RUN
Hniftn was easy for Batty and Swa
cna Lewis got to first on Wagners
error of ht grounder Sheehans ong
fly to deep centre was prabbed by
Clarke after a hard run Maloney forced
LeaI at second Leach to Batty NO
HUNS
f
Sixth Inning
Wagner soaked a grounder to Lewis
r and wan an elY out Batty drew four
high ones und went to third on Wiltons
sato drive to left Swaclna forced Wil
son et second Lewis to Pattee Batty
ncortng Olb nii was retired on till
1 ncorchlng grounder by Sheehan and
f Ilummell ONE nu
t Wilhelm filed to Burch Burch
mnde the first hit off Lelf lil Pattee
bounced one to Batty who touched out
I Burcli and then threw to Swaclna for a
double Dial NO RlNP
Seventh Inning
Llfcld slnslod to the InfloM Thomas
sacrificed Wllhflm lo Hummel A llrI
pitch put Lelfield on third Leach
walked Clarke flied out to Alprman
llfleld scoring anA Leach reaching
second Wagner fouled out to Hummel
ONE IltV
Ilummell walked AlNrrnan was
called nut on strike o Bern drove a
fly to Thorrn Ixwls forced Hummell
nl secnm LlefleM to Batty to Wagner
NO ntxa
Eighth Inning
Ualty illcJ out to Hurcl WHallp
hlsh one went to Maloncv Sladna
walked Olbfiiii pop tiled to Lewis
KO JirXSv
Shrfhin slammed the hill to left for
a hiss and went tf f ooart on M a
lonevR safe hit aver Lfaelis head
Rlttfr bitted for Wilhelm and tanned
e4i forced BhMhan at th rd Lelfleld
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th accident rushed up but as the ma
I chine Immediately took fire they kept
away from It momentarily fearing an
t explosion As It did not occur the men
I finally rushed In and extricated the 1
mutilated body of Mr Sandi literally
I tearing off his leg whloh was firmly
pinned down by the torn and twisted
machinery of tbs olailnr wreck
Only a mass of twisted Iran rtmalni
lot the automobile The entire wood
work was consumed by the flames The j
machine was a converted racer ot 100 I
horse power Mr Sands friend say
ha was an expert but a reckless driver
Mrs Sands and her two children the
youngest being only six weeks old are I
at the chateau The Sands family were
preparing to move Into an apartment
which they had just rented and fitted
up In the Avenue du Bois de Boulogne
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I George Witithrop Sinfls wit i osa if
1 the seond Mrs Vanderbllt who was
Mrs Lewis W Rutherford a widow
when Mr Vanderbilt married her In
I London In 1MB Previous to her marri
age to Mr Rutherford she wu mar
I ried to Samuel S Sands Jr who was
killed while riding to the hound at
the Meadowbrook Hunt Club 0
Winthrop Sands Was her son by Samuel
8 Bands Jr
Young Sands was prominent In the
exclusive social circles of this city and
well known In Paris and London so t
ciety
Sands had lived abroad most of I
his life but came to New York In
1902 and went to work In the banking I
house 01 Taller 3 Robinson He had
IMX here at the home of hit stepfather
V K Vanderbilt
In 1905 he married Miss Tayo Newton
the daughter otDr B Newton The
marriage tok place without the piea
enc of the father and mother of the
bride The witnesses at the wedding
whIch was held In the Marble Collesi
ate Church were Bands brother and
his friends J M Alexandra Jr and
Mr and Mrs C L waterbury
GIANTS
Continued From First Page
DenIm went to second base but ran
too tar toward third base and was
KrflL Bill to B Tne to Charles Oil
bert threw out Seymour ONE RUN
Fifth Inning
Bridwell tossed out Konttchy and
Delehanty filed out to Donlln Charles
shot a tworbagjer down the right foul
line but Bliss popped out to Bresnanan
NO RUNS
DellIn lifted a weak fir th Konetshy
and Gilbert took another popup from
McCormick Bridwell filed out to Mur
ray NO RUNS
Sixth Inning
Gilbert smashed a hot one to left for
a 511111 ailci struck out Berlin
threw out Harry Inne popped out to
nnne NO RUNS
Matty drove a long fly to Murray
Gilbert t t > d out Tcnnoy S1le threw
out Doyle on a bunt NO RU77S
Seventh Inning
Matty easily threw out Murray Ten
hey dropped Brldwellt bad throw to
first base and Kon > tchy w U safe
Konetchy was cauriit stealing nvjjmi
base Bresnahan to Brldw ll Delehantv
walked hut was also out JI fill n
Brpsnahan to Brldwril NO RUNS
Bresnnrmn tort off a sIngle ino I
entr field Dnnlln strucK out Bres
nahan ni mit Hteallnr fond Bit q lo
Caries fcnnoar Balked Se lmoir
went tn siind IOJP as Devlin inciHi
to the infield McCOrmack tiled I
Barn NO HTS
Eighth Inning
Charles was out on a grounder Ten
ney t Mattv who rovercrt the liar
Bliss laced a single past second bate
Bliss took second bn as Brcsnalian
three out Wlbert Sallee flied out to
Donlln NO RUNS
Brla ell lifted a long fly to Barry
Matty lifted a hUh one to Murray
Tfnnev walked and stol BC cond bate
Dole foultd out to Rlis NO RlTNPi
Ninth Inning
Delln threw out Barry Bvrntj
fanntcl Devlin threw out Murray NO
RUNS
to Leieh Pattee tanned out O
RtS
Ninth Inning
flounce replaced Wilhelm In the box
for Brooklyn LpifMd wan tOted out
b > Pattee So was Thomas Leach sin
gM to centre Clarks filed to Maloney
NO IttNS
Hurnm hoi tKl OM to Thom Al
Prmin filed to Clarke Bergtn went
out Batty to Swaclna NO HUNS
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BOILING SOUP KILLS BABY
Flltfenmonthsold John Ford wa <
plaync In fie kitchen of his home No
tt Carmine street on Monday nltfu
while his mother was prepjrln dinner
The yousster toddled to the gasoline
atove and pulled over a pot ot IOUp
Ha died tpday
STEAM SHOVELERS
UNION PUTS TAFT
THROUGH GRill
Made FullHledged Member at
Brother Charleys Right
After Breakfast
CINCINNATI July MWllllam H
Taft was early today formally made
an honorary member of the Stear
Bhovelers Union The Induotlon Into
membership took place at the Taft home
and was conducted by a committee from
the Bhovelere organizatIon
In accepting membership In the In
ternntlonnl Brotherhood of Stem
shovellers and Drodgeinen JUKe Tilt
expressed his aporeolatlon of the In
tended honor and said he would take
the compliment 118 showing that while
In the execution of the treat work on
the Panama Canal where ne had had
I dealing with the shovellers orftanlsa
tlon and where he had found It neces
I sari some times to disagree and hd
decided In some cases against the work
men he was now convinced of their
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appreclntjnn of the situation nod their
Intention to be Impartial He Iplk
I of the pwprlfty ot becoming a member
of the ortranltatlon which he lustlfied
by the membership of McKlnl In Ut <
bricklayers union and of Roosevelt In
the firemens organization
T J Dolan president of the organl
atlon Inducted Mr Taft Into member
hip assisted by Charles Rees of New
York John Tlnly of Chicago Walter I
McDonald of Texas Henry Puffer oC
Cincinnati nnd Arthur Whltcraft 01
flo hester N Y II
Mr Dolan In speaking of the manner
In which Judge Taft had treated the
organization In reference to the canal I
work said I
We have always been treated bv yiu
In an eminently fair and Just manner
you having always shown your appru
elation of our efforts In originally se
curn volunteers from our organiza
tion from all part of the country It
being necessary to ask for volunteers I
ecause of the climatic conditions then
existing on the Isthmus Alto for your I
on lderatlon for our members engaged
on that work by going before the Com
million In charge ota bill the passage 1
of whloh would iiavu meant the re
luctlon of the wages paid to all high
ClaSS mechanics employed on the lath
uusMr Tilt remains at the Taft residence
nrougnout today and leaves with Mrs
1aft and Gen and Mrs Henry C Cor
bin for Hot Springs Va tonight Th
candidate slept rather late tnis morn
ing but on appearing declared him sell
to feel no effect whatever of the
exertIon of nqtlilcatlon day His voice
which had undergone considerable
strain was not huaky
The first thing on the programme I
with Mr Taft today was a conference
with Arthur I Tons his chief of staff
The understanding reached yesterday
irheretn Ohio will get the benefit of thp
work of the National Committee In the
itme manner as all other States brings
n > man things for present discussion
This decision was Joyfully received by
State leader
PURSE SNATCHED GOT
LOST THROUGH WINDOW
Woman Oddly Robbed at Pabsts
Hides Name After Negro Thief
Is Caught
Following a lively Phase through ColumbuS
lumbus Circle William Santo seven
teen years old a negro of No U6 West
Iftynlnth street was arrested this af
ternoon on the charge of larceny It Is
alleged that he stole a gold parse from
a woman who was dining In the Pabst
Circle restaurant by putting his hand
through a window The woman wrote
her name for Capt Daly at the West
fortyseventh street station but It was
lot disclosed
When Sanford grabbed the purse
which was on a table the woman cried
out and Manager Gintav Bchweyer ran
to the Fiftyeighth street entrance As
he reached the corner he fays he saw
the negro racing across the Circle Policemen
Icemen < McKon and Clarke overtook
the negro at the eptrance of the park
where he tripped ifp As hI was lyirn
on the ground It Is alleged he threw
the puree away
Ct Daly was asked who the woman
wa and said
She wrote Mrs John Smtlh1 on the
Clip of papr She gave an address but
fierwaMs saId that the did nol 1111
In this city lput the lIp of paper I
an nveon > and the Icemen took I
way with them
MAN AND WIFE CHOKED
TO DEATH IN THEIR HOME
FORT WAYNE Ind July Cor
ner IO lers examination today dis
closed the fact that Emlle Jabaa and
his wife were choked to death Their
bodies were found lat last night
Mr home No 1231 East Loomis street
Roth ware their night clothes and were
llscovcrrd through a window They
ud not Bten een bv neighbors y ter
day Jit that they were probably mur
lered Monday night
QUITE CONSISTENT
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Hut proestert the manager dont
Iou Mink It lOOks odd for you to wear
your dlRnionds In the character of the
poor deser ed wife
Oh no replied the actress you
must have observed that I hart selected
or that purpose the rery smallest and
platt diamond I onPIlUadelphla
Ireii
Scapular Which May Solve
Identity of the Slain Girl
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SAW WAGON NEAR
LOT WHERE GIRLS
BODY WAS BURNED
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treated and murdered then brousrht In
a wagon with a mattress and burlaps tc
cover her to the huge vacant lot thai
Is bounded by Calyer tree llumboldt i
street Russell street and Greenpolnl
avenue and thrust Into the centre of a
hastily contrived funeral pyre
A better place for such a thing could
net tc found Inside the limits o the
Greater City There Bra no houses or i
the commononly cinder piles and
mounds ot rubbish No dwelllnsa stand i
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within a quarter of a mile
The nearest buildings are a stable a
candle factory and an oil rendering
plant on the far edges of the dismal
stretch and from these come foul
smells that drive away all except the
truckmen who come with rubbish to I
throw In the old creek bed and the
Italian women who comb the debris
each day for the salvage of rags old I
Iron and bones
Told Conflicting Stories
Phillip Murtagh owns the stable that
stands at the edge of the Hat live hun
dred feet from the creek and It was
Murtaghs night watchman the elder
Ituddlck whose telephoned message
brought the first policeman to the spot
First RuddJck slid a stranger told
him there was something peculiar about
the bOnfire that sprang up suddenly
Just after dawn on the fifteen foot bluff
above the creek bed Then a little
later under judicious questioning he I
was able to recall that the unknown
crossed his path again after the finding
of the body Finally hs admitted It
wit his own son who had been his u
listint In ettlnsuUhlnj the tire and re
covering the corpse from Its emberi
As he stood In the stable a few
yards from the rhtutly thing which I
he claimed to hive saved from com
plete destruction Ruddick told his first I
story to dot Madisan of the Green
point avenue station
A few minutes before 4 oclock he
raid I nil a wagon that looked like I
a peddlers non cross the commons
to the dumplne mund alonr the hol
low I think somebody In the anon
one or two men or maybe more
tumped something heavy out of the
waron I dildnt fee thrm very well
arid paid no attention to It
I thought nothing of this at the I I
time Wagons drive up to the lot at all
hours of the night with refuse and cut
dens and are permitted to dump the
Huff In the creek bed which 18 being
tilled under a city contract
The wagon drove off 1 saw Ittei
that a tire had sprung up at the edge
It the ditch I was boxing at toe fire
when a man walked Into tht stable
door where 1 load and laid Theres a
fire over theta In the lot and If you
will come eut flare you can smell burn
nt flesh I wonder if a body can be
n that Href i
Threw Water on Fire
This man wept with me to the tire
nd I threw water on It and put It
ut as I thought Then I came bick i
0 the stable The man meanwhile
talked may lie did not look like a i
orelgner
It must have been about halt an hour I
jfter that when I came to tho front ol
he stable and notlcod that the lira had i
rung up again and was burning more
orlsSly than before Fearing that there I 1
might be trouble It It got a start I ran I
again to the creek bank
I threw more water on the fire and
extinguished It By that time the rub
ilsh hail tmrneil pretty well to em
ors liovn under the wood and
Hhs I saw a strange looking charred
him lying on what looked like a
ma ttr B8 I took a lone stick and
Diillel the object out nv my lantern
1 taw that It was the body of a hu
man being and I ran for the police
When a surgeon arrived from St
Catherines Hospital he expressed the
I opinion that the woman had not long
been dead He said that the cause of
death could only be determined by an
autopsy
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While RuddUk told a straightforward
tory Capt Madlgan tlecUled to quei
ion him further The natchman was
aken to Brooklyn llMilquarteri There
Ituddlek added these details to his first
ttory
I forgot to uy In my first statement
that the man who first told mo of the
fire and who suggested that It body
might be In the flames came back after
I discovered the corpse Huddlck said
On this second time he said to mel
Have you found a body I told him
I had and that I had just telephoned
for the police Then he hurried away
His actions were peculiar now that I
think of It but at the time I was tot
excited to hold him
Ruddickt New Story
Half an hour later Ituddlck made till
another statement which caused the po
lice to take a fresh tack In their search
To an Evening World reporter he ad
mitted for the first time that It was his
own eon who found the body
My eon Joe slept with me In that its ble
List nlfht said lUddtck He li a
peddler and lives either at No lt or
153 Drip avenue i think We gut up
about 4 oclock and aw the fire My
son went to It and told mo a body WM
there Then he went to work and I got
the body out of the lire and notlneJ
the police I
When the police first arrived Ruddlfk
snowed them fragment of a broken i
CarbO which he jald he found tar the
bonfire This broken carboy smelled of
vitriol
Owing to the condition of the body
the police feared at first they would
never be able to tell very much about
the murdered girl But after the black
ened trunk still stretched upon the
nagged rulne of the mattress had
reached the Morgue the detective and
the coroners people working carefully
were able piece by piece to evolve cer
tain reasonably satisfactory theories
concerning the appearance of the Tic
tIm and the probable manner ot her
death
It was evident that the body had been
rolled In a mattress and then by rap
ping many lengths oi a new manila rope
about the mattress the murderers had
made the whole Into a compact li
heavy burden for transportation to the
vacant lot Before this was don treat
quantities of Oil had been poured over
the body to make It burn the more
readily The mattress had also been
soaked through and through Frag
ments of the rope still clung to the
half consumed mattress when It reach
ed the police station
At the waist line were small frag
ments of the garments which the dead
girl wore when she died There was a
long scrap of a silk waist embroidered
with an open work design and a three
Inch strip of the band of the skirt
which although charred and stained
could still be distinguished at a blue
and white checked shepherd cloth ot
good quajlty
Hiking the ashes of the dead bon
fire with care the detective came upon
several partly burned pearl buttons ot
a also and grade usually found on
womens clothes From this It was
arzued that either the waist or the
skirt fastened at the back with these
buttons
Portions of the mattress which hid
ben just und r the trunk also escaped
the action of the Mid and the fire and
from them Madlgan was able to tell I
that It had been a practically new mat
tress stuffed with excelsior and with
an outer covering of striped tick
Because the feet and part of the head
were gone It was hard to guess even ap
proximately the height and size of the
dead woman but as well se could be
made out she wu rather stonier and
ihort I
At 10 oclock the younger Ruddlck
Joseph war found on DrlgfB avenue I
He was taken tu the Manhattan street
station Joseph Ruddlck a stoutly
Dull man of twenty made this stat
met i I
The Sons Statement I I
I live with my sister at No Zfl
Klnjtlanii avenue but for thi last two I I
nights I have slept with my father at I I
I the stable where he works I am a I I
carpenter by trade but work being
I alack In my line I have been peddling I
lately
I woke up about 4 oclock and saw
the benflre I called mv father and we
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i I i DT HI It stjrtfd Up
i again The second dm we went to the
fire we saw the body and got It out
I of the flamis Then I left my father
to give the alarm an1 went on to my
work I cannot undtritani wilt my
PUBLIC OFFICIAL
HELD fOR lOOTING
BANK IN BROOKLYN
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Quarantine Commissioner F H Schroe
der and Col Edward Earl Britton
Accused of Taking 47000 From
Eagle Loan and Savings Co
Quarantine Commissioner Frederick H Schroeder and Col Edward
Earl Britton were arrested in Brooklyn today charged with the larceny
of 47000 from the Eagle Savings and Loan Company of No 186
Remsen street Their arrest caused a great surprise as it was believed
the days of high finance had passed but the surprise over the arrests
was nothing compared with the amazing revelations they made when
arraigned Bfefore Judge Dike
We admit we are 47000 short they said We used the money
to save our friends from ruin twas invested in a Western mining
scheme We expected to replace ibut this action took us by surprise
father didnt toll that I was there In
the first place
It was stated that while the police
did not think either of the Ruddlck
had Any knowledge of the murder the
pair would be detained and subjected
to a strtct third degree Because he
found no Huns of shoes stockings en
set steelc or hat Capt Madlgan figured
that the girl had been overpowered and
rnurdtreirl while In a state of partial
undress
Exceot that she must have been 1
Catholic we have mighty little to work
on 10 tar paid the captain Her
clothing Will of excellent duality her
ikln wee soft and fine and her hair
looked it If It hid always been given
careful attention The girl was as
far II I can tell 5 feet 4 inches In
height and welshed about 130 pounds
I think she was killed somewhere In
this section and brought to the lot In n
wagon It ha been suggested that she
died under the offocts of an operation
and that an effort was beln made to
cover ut her Identity and make away
with all traces of the act but this I do
not seriously consider
Sitter Defend Ruddick
Mrs Margaret Ecker the daughter
of the older prisoner and the sister ol
the younger one was seen by an Even
Inr World reporter at her home In
Ors noont
Mrs Deker said the family formerly
lived on East Twentythlrd street Man
hattan but moved to AYllllamsburg after
the death of her mother Her father
she laid drank hard and because oi
this he lived alone In a little shanty
ftdjolnlns the stable where he was em
ployed She confirmed Josephs story
of his whereabouts tor the last two
nlffhu
They ought not to keep father locked
up laid the daughter He Isnt the
sort of man who could do that sort ot
thing He had some trouble a while
tuck with the police about some women
but It was Just a small row and It
wouldnt have happened If he hadnt
been drinking
In their efforts to learn the name ol
the victim Inspector Hussey and his
men attach a good desl of importance
to tilt acapular It was home made and
larger than usual with a picture of Our
Lady of Mount Carmel on one side It
almost and
wae of brown cloth new
had beSfi carefully worked at the edges
with white and pink silk To the relig
iously Inclined there will seem some
thln significant In the fact that while
the scapular IU literally soaking r
oil It wa not touched by the flames
that seared Its wearer although the
airing which held It burned In two and
the garments that had covered It were
entirely consumed
father Stephannl rector of the
Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel
nn tnlon avenue Qreenpolnt to whom
Detective Donohue took it In tne ntve
that he might be able to recognize H as
one Of a pattern given to his parlfhlon
era called It little less thau a miracle
that the scapular should have been thus
preserved Intact
I never saw It said the pined it
It not Identical with those frequently
worn by members of my congregation
Out I believe It has been saved In or
der to establish this poor girls Identity
and bring her murderer to Justice
New Witness Found
The witness found by The Evening
World reporter Is Mrs Matthew Mur
ray who lives at No 2338 Oreenpolnt
avenue at the exteme end of the va
cant apace where the body was left to
burn Mrs Murray told an Evening
World reporter this attenoon that be
tween 3 antI 330 A M she was awak
Oiled In her room by the sound of hel4
turning rapidly The noise was unjsiu
1 an ho PO shp got up and
went to a front window A horse
hitched to a covered wagon was cross
ing the lot from the direction of the
rk hank at a gallop urged on by
ionic one ureetn person who sit under
the sheltering hood plying whip and
rein The horse took the curbing atone
Into the roadway
one Jump whirled
iml > app aT d earns toward the
reenpont ferry Mrs Murray said
there were two men In the wagon and
one of them wore a white hat
Col Britton Is the president of the
I company and Schroeder Is n director
I Five days ago Bank Examiner Will
lams sent a man to look over tne ac
counts of the concern The examiner
discovered markers for I7CY > In lieu
of the cash The money had been
taken In sums ranging from 592 to
2130
The bank examiners summoned Act
Ins DistrictAttorney Elder and the
evidence was laid before tho Grand
Jury The Grand Jury today voted
four Indictments for rand larceny
against Schroeder and Brltton and De
tect vu Lanan and Van Wagner were
sent to make the arrests
According to Mr Elder the men wert
tillen by surprise
I dirt not want a repetition of the
Henry Banger Snow incident said Mr
tlder Snow hid time to Skip while
hu accounts were being examined and
we have no been able to locit him
Commlsyoner SchrOeder Is a son of
exMayor Schrsedor and win widely
known In Kings County His father
left a large fortune and Commissioner
Schroeder was reputed to be wealthy
Col Britton has been prominent In
military and political circles He was
formerly adjutantgeneral of the Sec
ond Brigade In 1S57 Col Britton NU
ousted from the presUency of the New
York Building Loan Banking Company
He then founded the Eagle Savings and
Loan Company He was once a can
dldiie for a nomination for Congress
and his wife launched his boom with
i trolley party He failed to capture
tie nomination
Commissioner Schroeder and Cot
Urltton were held today In JIOOM
They were detained In the District
Attorneys office while friends sought
bondsmen
Col Britton said he and Sjnroedv
wore Interested In a mine In South
Dakota
I We made contracts for machinery
I and the panic came on and caught us
e said Schroeder gave me a check
I to cash and hold until the money
I otild be raised We were Just getting
Into shape You can say we will make
full restitution within fortyeight
hours
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LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
A peclal inettlnir of the Mnckholttrs of
the A in Keuren i Thornum Comoiny will
te hell on the Ism iliy of Auaiist 1DOS a
Id oclock in tho forenoon at the office of the
Pampiny XM 117 Mil 1rlic street In the
Horouith nf Manhattan and City of New York
tot thi purpose of voting uoon a cronoiltlon
tn Increase In raiiltal stock by tho amOunt
nf neventffiVK ItuuMnJ dollars to consist of
fifteen hundred shires of the rr value of
Fifty dollar each tjierebv makIng the to
tal caoltal tock of the Company one hundred
and fifty thouin1 dollar to ronelot of three
thousand shares or the car value of Fifty ilol
lau tac
WILLIAM TIIOHXTOX President
LEWIS M THORNTON Secretary
New York CitV July 29 IMS
CY A POUND PROFIT
SPECIAL FOR TODAY THE 29TH I SPECIAL for TOMORROW THE 30TH
yrrflT ORANGE AND CHOCOLATE CIIKAM MA1ISII lOc
LE3IO hEtClt cIAt Ins MALLV IJOMIONS POUND
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2IOLASSEd SltCIAJ ASS011TKD CHOCO
CIIOCOLAT 25c 19c
uVfla dillS POUND LATHS 211 kinds PUCXO
Pack now lore open every evening until 11 oclock
I BweUj and Cortlandt Street siesta open 8 tnriUjr erenlni until 11 oclock I
i DELIVER FREE
puiwiltSES OF Oi nosjtst tn BARCLAY ST
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xooJiis EKhtti also all Ilrooklii 29CORTLANDTSI
t We 4ilr l to to pounds
irev In Manhattan above jj CorChuich
c to polnu
iOOtht Hotcktn aid Jersey City StOrtj PARKROW MSSAU
cur so a outoftONfn sent c cuitomtri o a CsdieI ciruly for CT > ip At CtlylLsll Rack
patkid and sbipped from our special
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DP CRACKS
fROM ClM 1
Could Lay SlatePencil in One I
Hands in Dreadful State Dis A 1
ease Defied Remedies and Prescriptions
I
scriptions SfTered Seven Yean
I FOUND A PERMANENT
CURE IN CUTICURA i
I I
I had EC2oma on my hands for about
seven yin and during that time I had
usod several socalled
r ipinpclics together with
physicians and drug
h1 gL1ls prescriptions Th
f Isei5o was BO bad on
my hands that I could
lay a flutepencil in oni
of the crocks end a rule
placed acres the hand
4 would not touch th
C pencil I tied
V Skin Lotion
Remedy ana
othcr externally but I
I
did not use any internal remedy and
while some gave partial relief none re
liived as much iw did the first box of J
Cuticura Ointment I made a purchase
of Cutlctira Soap and Ointment and I
my hands were perfectly cured after two Ii
boxrs of Cuticura Ointment and one I
I cake of soap were u ed I now keep
1 them on hand for sunburn etc and use
Cuticura Sap for shaving I could write
a pent deal more in reference to my
euro but do not want to take more of I
I your time William H Dean Newark
Del Mar 2S 1007
j CHILD SUFFERED
With Sore on Legs Cured in t
Two Weeks by Cuticura
I My little daughter Buffered with j
sores on her legs alf last summer Her a 1
I feet were sore too nnd she couldnt
wear her shoes 1 think she was poisoned
by running through weeds but the doc j1
I tor said it was eczema I tried several 1
i remedies but failed to find n cure Then
I sent for Cuticura Soap nnd Cuticura
I Ointment which cured nor in two weeks 1 1
I find Cuticura the best I ever tried for
any kind of sore and I hop I shall never J
be without it Mrs Gertie Loughlla
I Ivrdale W Va Apr 23 1007
I Complete Eitrratl and internal Tmlracat tot
Ettrr Humor it 1rtint Chlrtrtn and AdultS
irasuta at Cullcnni Su < 23c i in Cleanse tbe Skin
I CJhicura Ointment l5OcI 10 Mnl m Skin in4
Cutlrm Rwnlvint 50t orlntbfturn 01 Choeo its
CoMcil Plili l ic Mr Till ol lil toPurlljr the Bloo4
told tbmuirionl the world rotter Drm A Chta I 1
Con Holf Propi nitton MVM
IU hM CuUlUt BW1 ca HUB PI
Have You Ever Stopped to 1
I Think About Your Health
I
I Are you is well strong and vigorous I
11 you use1tobfl I I
Are you sometimes discouraged and
II think youll never be any better I
Gn you tell the cause ot your trou
ble or what makes you sick
Do you know that about ninetenths I
trouble of all slcknjj is caused by kidney
Have you ever stopped to think that f
yu
your kidneys may be the cause of your
poor health
Most people do not realize how much
work the kidneys are required to do 1
every day
Every drop of blood In the body
must pass through and be filtered by te f
kidneys thousands of times a dy
I How cm they do their work well H
I they are sick
i I your kidneys need treatment Dr
I Kilmers SwampRoot will prove to ba
fj
just the medicine you need
I you will write to Dr Khmer C
Bingharrrton N Y every reader of this i
paper who has not already tried Swamp
Root the great Kidney Liver and Blad
der Remedy may receive a sample bot
I tle by mail absolutely free
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I 101R OLD TlttNK or lUGGAGE
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Recnlar MOS
MHOEST STOCK IS NEW YORK
THOUSANDS OF BARGAINS
For and Deliverr4 1
Dauale Iteualri Called Jf1lnrO
W LOOK FOR THE
Emergency Cos Signs I
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it Friday at 2 oclock Interment
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