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k THE EVENING WORLDWEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 1908 3
J WOMAN WH
t FLED WITH NEGRO
l VICTIMOF PLOT
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kt Mrs Wood Slave to Morphine
Did Not Elope Step
i father Says
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FOUND IN PHILADELPHIA
i Kept Under Influence Drug
I There by Servants Rela
live Charges
Btaten Island Is profoundly tuted
t Iver Ihe report from rhllcdelphla that
I In Ktnlly Williamson Wood the wire
cf lr Oran Alphontu Wood of Mag
nolla N J Is In Moyamensing PrIson
r on a charge of robbing her husband
IInd sloping with Hernaid Smith u
negro dentist and chaurteur Mrs
Wood Is the stepdaughter of John W
I Tllley proprietor of the St George
Hotel and ono of the leading residents
of StMen Island
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The statements from Philadelphia con
I cernlns the arrest of Mrs Wood are
Inuccurrate according to Mr Tllley
I litho has Interested himself In hh step
daughters case lie attended the
Jlntristrates hearing In Philadelphia
yesterday and asserted today to an
Evening World reporter that she Is the
victim of a plot concocted by her negro
cnald Lester Gibson and the man with
whom she Is accused of eloping
My JteriJauirhter std Mr Tllley
Is the daughter of mv wife and Jo
I eph Williamson her first husband1
who was a promnpnt citizen of Staten
Iiland Mrs Wood Is a victim of the
f rnorplilno hiblt and was an easy tool
In the lundi of her colored maid and
the negro dentist Smith
Home Life Unhappy
Dr Wood and his wife had a serious
disagreement six years ago and their
life was not happy after that They
ccm hero dx weeks ago and confided
ti their troubles to Mrs Woodst mother
i3 and me Wo learned then for the first
time that Mrs Wood was a morphine
fiend having contracted the habit from
medIcine given her by her husband
We had a long talk over the domes
tic troubles of the doctor and his wife
They left finally ho agreeing to send
er to the best specialist In Phlladel
k phla to tfe cured of the morphine habit
Dr Wood failed to keep his prom
Ise to send her to a specialist On I
IJ J June 23 my itepdaughter packing up
I her personal belongings consisting of
illvernare and Jewelry left Magnolia
r with her colored maid Dr Wood nid
employed for some ye irs a bright younx I
negro named Bernard Smith Through
the Influence of the doctor Smith had
toured an education as a denl He
disappeared at the time my stepdaugh
ter left home Smith and the colored
maid were quite friendly
Under Drugs Influence
My stepdaughter was unfamiliar
with Philadelphia She went with the
two negroes to a negro apartment
bous at Twentieth nnd Kllsuorth
Erects There she was known as Mrs
t Lester and posed as a wealthy woman
With two negro servants the maid and
Smith Dr Wood and I spent a lot of
money tracing her ard we finally lo
cate j her a few days ago
Them Is nothing to Justify the re
ports from Philadelphia that my Step
daughter eloped with Smith She was
r under the Influenco of morphine all the
I time and the negroes kpt bpI that way
In ordcr to get possession of her money
and Jewelry
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Dr Wood broken down under the
train of the discovery of his wife Is
about to etart for Colorado for a fang
ttay I do not know that he will aver
return to Magnolia He has mind that
hls suspicions against her wore unjust
and la willing to forgive and forget but
ese refuses to Join him As soon as
Mrs Wood Is released we will take
Mops to have her cured of the morphlno
habit and restored to her normal physi
cal and mental health
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OLDEST FIREMAN DEAD
1i After nn Illness of five months from a
r complication of diseases dot Bhvinl
D Smith nevontyone old I
years the
oldest member of the Fire Inrtcrvvrltors
Insurance Patrol died todav at his
home Mo 312 West One Hundred and
Twentieth street
Capt Smith had served fortythree
rears during which time he never lost a
ja He was an old nth Warrier
Rfer ftjoTAnglhSlaW corps he
iraj a member of Volunteer Hook antI
Ladder No II I
Help Wanted
0 ToDay
M Advertised for in The Morning
Worlds Want Directory
q WEDNBSIUY AUO 5 1008
Ibra 4 Housework 40
Bartender 6 Ironer 21
Bl40kimlthj 4 Janitor 22
EockWnderi 2 Janltremta 3
Bookkeeper T Kltoh nworlc 0
Ban 20 Modeli 21
BMh lmen 3 JlnnlourM 3
Butchers 10 Milliner 3
Canvasser 13 Xuncs 4
Crpenlen 4 Ostrtlni 21
d Cahlen 2 Packer 5
I CtumbirmsJdi 8 Pilnteni 7
Collector S
Porters T
O kJ I1O 2 Prewr f
Cook D a Salciladie in
Cuttvn 8 8al
Salesmen >
4 2
Drtumakanl 8 Shlpplnr ciffltm 2
Dentliti 4 Blm Painters 2
Dlfti nIIhu 10 Solicitor K
Drtvra 4 Stfnocraphw UII 2
11 Dnlr CllIrka 4 S
r eg y snographm F C
Turn hand 3 Tln mlih 2
Tttn S UpholJtertre 2 i
Flremn 8 niters 3
JVx < ntll 3 altrMMi 17
p Glue 13 MlscelUnrrai m
1J stat TNll
The World printed 786 Help Ads
today 416 more than all other
t N etYoTk papers combined
Physicians Wife Who Is Accused
of Eloping With Negro Dentist
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MOTHER CLAiMS
BOY AS HER BABY
STOLENIN 1892
Mrs Klugman After a 14Yea
Search Secures Court
Order for the Child
I After a futile search of fourteen
years during which she has spent a
fortune Mrs Anna Klujman today i
made the rtrst real advance In the
recovery of tho child she san her
husband stole from her when the boy
was three weeks old
Justice Greenoaum In the Supreme
Court today signed a writ on Sister
Terete Vincant of the New York
roundluig Asylum at xtyelghth
street and Lexington avenue
In her petition Mrs Klugman says the
boy was deposited in u crib at the asy
lum by his father when only three
weeks old The boy was stolen from
her she claims by the husband who de
serted her
Mrs Klugman says she Is a woman
of wealth and for fourteen years has
spent largo sUms of money searching
for her boy through the bIg cities of the I
United Slates The first trace of the
child she received several weeks I ago
when by accident she met her former I
husband Samuel Oksteln
I
Sitcr Twese through her counsel
says that the child wus indentured at
the age of three and a half ears and
that she has lost tho records In the I
case Justice Orecnbaum save
Besides It Is rather extraordinary
that a child concededly three anti a halt
rears old when Indentured should have
been recarded its at a proper ago to be
bound mil or Indentured as a cler <
apprentice or servant or to a profes
Ion trade or employment
SuClcient has been Indicated to show
the ddrihlllty of requiring the respec
tive parties to submit further proofs
The two Important Inquiries are drat
the good faith of tne relator which
would involve an examination as to
her ltniwlrdo of the disposition orig
inally made of the child what efforts
she has made to ascertain Its mere
abouts and her own present circum
stances In life as bearing upon the
< iustloii of her ability to care for her
child
Secondly tho respondent should
show under what conditions It gave up
the custody of the child so that the
court may determine the legality of Its
acts and whether or not It has any
Igal control over the child
Thus limited It li otherwise Intended I
that the examination be as broad 35
tho case demands The examination
may proceed before a notary public
agreed upon by the parties or if they
cannot agree the Court will appoint R
referee to take proofs
Mrs Klugman said she had remarried
that her husband in a man of wealth i
and that cite Is especially dttirousi to
get her child Sho said the ehllfl had i
been bound out to ono 3 Blondln I
but she had been unable to trace hs
abode
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WOMAN LOSES LAW SUIT
Felix Inmnn Winis Action Against
Jim Inrlng
Justice Oreenbaum In the Supreme
Court today decided In favor of Felix
Isman the wealthy Philadelphia real
I
estate operator and theatrical producer 1
In a suit which he brought to recover
J15WO damages from Mrs Isabella M
Loring a dealer In real estate In this
city for false representation
When Isman some months ago
bought several pieces of property in the
vicinity of the Pennsylvania tunnel ho
made a proposition to Mrs Loring tor
o 1M West Thirtythird street and ho
claims that she told him tho New
York and New Jersey Railroad Com
pany had offered her 170000 lie pid
her 57500 but found he claims that
I the company had offered her only 53000
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BABYLLS OUT
VINDON SISTER
FflLLOVS HIM
James and Hannah Bowl
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Plunge From Third Floor
to the Ground
James Bowler two years old and his
fourvearold sister Hannah fell from
the third story window of their home
at No 337 East ThTtysecond street to
day Into a rear yard and were severely
In lured
There are rlx children In the family
and thor mother Mrs John Bonier
was eivlri them all a bath The baby
James was In tho tin bathtub by the
wndow with his brother John three
vrirs old The mother had teen scrub
bins them and went Into a back room
to set some towels
While she was out the two youngsters
climbed out of the tub and over to the
open window James pulled hlmrelf up
on the ledge and tumbled out John
was soueoz re In beside him In an ef
fort to rach ftc helen when Hannah
the fouryearold pushed him out of the
way In her easirnejb to see what hd
happened to Jarrcs she ten out herself
When the mother got to the window
she saw the two babies lying Insensiols
on the stone tlijsing below tollceman
Joseph Reynolds was passing the house
I
at the time and summoned an am
bulance from Hellevue Surgeon Hay
found that baby James had fractured
his right leg but was otherwise unhurt
The little girl hii received Internal
Injuries though no bono were broken
BONFIRE MYSTERY
SIJPLiTS AnE
SET AT Hill
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Police Convinced Men Under
Arrest Ilad No Part in
the Murder
TVallenty norkow and Julius Kun
Iskl the two laborers who were ar
rested last week near the scene of the
I
bonfire In which a N womans charred
body wa found In Oreenpolnt were
discharged by Mngstrate OHellly In I
the Ewen Street Police Court Will
lanuburg today
The men were able to account for
practically every moment of their time
on the day the murder was committed
Central Office Detectives Selenske and
McCauley returned today from Glen
vllle Conn the town where tho two
mn live and they brought Kunlnkls
wife and two hotel keepers John Jour
et and William Thomp on with them
The evidence of the woman and of
Jourett and Thompson completely bore
out the statements made by Borkowskl
and Kunlskl The latter was at bis
home all day and all night before Ibt
day on which the body was found fi
the Greenpolnt lot nml tho hotel mli i
were able to count for the move >
ments of llorkowskl Both men arc
said to bear excellent reputations tn
Glcnvllle I
We have absolutely no clues vUd 1
Capt Alonckle of the Qroenpotnt abs
lion The matter Is now In the najidi
of the Central Offlce
The body of the murdered woman
Tflll be buried today It II In the
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MORSEISSUED
mR 1OOOObY I
MRSISTEINHAROT
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i Widow of Abe Hummels
Partner Says He Agreed toj
Pay His Excuses
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RECALLS OLD SCANDAL
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I Trip for Health While Divorce
Case Which Put Hummelm
Prison Was Pending
A suit to recover 10000 i has baen
brought against Charles W Morse by
Annie Stelnhanlt widow ofBenjamin
Stduhnrdt Papers were served onthe
former Ice King at his olllce No1
Nassau Direct
Henjamln Stdnhardt was ajmembjr I
of the law firm of Hono Hummel
until he was barred for his connection
I with the IcttgeMoroo divorce Bcanffal
I Iv to a few days before hs death fwim
i locom < ra axla on Junn 17 1M7 teln
harlt was under Indictment for con
I spl ov mil Mibonmtlon of perjury for
Wl llimmel was convicted and I
served tpnteiice When It waa curtain
his recovery was hopeless the indict I
ments acre dismissed
It Is set forth In the complaint figatntt
Morse that when Stelnhardt was
III In 1WI he was advised by Mfcrte to
seek rest and recreation In travel that I
his health mlifht be restored and he
would be enabled to give the benefit of i
his advice assistance and counsel to
the defendant
S < 1Ys Morse Was to Pay I
II Mrs Sielnhardt declares In her affi
davit that Morse promUed to reimburse
her for what she expended In travelling
medical attendance lodglnge railroad
fare wags of servants and Iell other
necpssary expenses These exi ndltures
amounted to Iu00 or more she says i
and payment of them wai refu cd I
I Tnerc Is not the slightest Intimation
that StPlmardts tour for his health i
I vas takn at a time when Ids presence
In New 1rk might have been embar
rassing to iH partner Hummel
The action Is brought In the Supreme
Court and when the cans comes to
trial the od DodgeMorse story will
I ba retold In substance but there will
be come new facts presentoJ that were
no brought out fully In thn conspiracy
and perjury charges
Capt Morse Paid 25000
It was testified at the trial of Abe
Hummel that he had beftn paid J150X I
by Clip Jim Morse of Boston an
uncle of Charles W Mn ae This was
In payment for the oplnlc n the witness
said that the dlvorcv1 ot Mrs Dodge
from Dodge wan not legal Capt
or afterward gav tfummel J10000
more Steinhardt mado the declaration
In February 1901 befor he became s < v I
rlouy 111 that Howe t Hummel wer
advancing money to Jf op Dodge quiet
and that they hud hen promised reim
bursement yy Mr norse btHnhardt
repudiated this statement the next day
after heated IntTW with Hummel
who declared that this linn of Howe i
Hummel had never been retained by i
Morse and that wlnt Steinhardt had i
sild was due to his physical Infirmity I
which had affected ils brain I
Samul Lmermyer made the positive
statement as the Igal representative 1
of the Ice King tiat Mr Morse saw
Stnhardt only on K > and that was In
proceedings before K referee when he
did not tNii speak to him Mrs Stein
hnrdts name was never mentioned
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B ST MN bT I
BR1DE PASCA bH
FIFJEN DAYS
Thats Flecause He Was Hunt
ing for Recreant Pair
With a Gun
The tart that Antonio Ivca has had
the romance e tie life all ripped up
the baa hunt move the hearts of the
three Justices of Special Sessions to
day wlwn Antonio canto up to be tried
and hlR lawyer told their Honors thn
sad circumstances of the case
Pilot n who Is a young fellow and
rather gooil looking says he lIes at
No liXi East One Hundred and Thir
teenth street On July 35 Detoctlve
Hufrt Cassidy of Headquarters saw
him hanging about the corner of For
tleUi street and Fifth avenue lie ap
pen rxl to he looking for some one very
lint D Cassldy thought there was sons
thing suspicious about Antonio to he i
ar ested him In a roar pocket he had
a large shiny revolver It was on the
charge of carrying a concnled deadly I
vcapon that Pasca appeared In court
Uiday
After his attorney Philip Ooldfrlend
all pleaded gut tOt him the lawyer
offered this In extenuation
My client said Mr Ooodfrlcnd
was married two weeks agi at the
City Hall to a pretty girl from up In
Little Italy Before he could have tho
religious wedding performed in accord
ance with the custom of his people the
best man who had stood up with the i
couple at the civil I
ceremony before the
Jatl trftte downtown ran away with
tnu bride Pitsca hcru oougiii u pUtoi
for the purpose of killing the guilty
pair who had destroyed his happiness
and he VMS seeking them when nr
rested
restBut Justice Wyatt didnt think that
was any excuse at all and JUltlces
7eller and Hoyt agreed with him They
made It fifteen days In the city prlici
t oi ff sea
to if A ir j
I AFLuONAIRE SUES
CHUM fOR THEFT
Of Wlf LOVE
Banker Whit Accuses Iron
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Magnate Molt of Alien
ation
ABSURD SAYS BACHELOR
Action Brought Year After Di
vorce Suit of Woman
Which She Won
The rupture of a close friendship of
years and a strange tangle of affairs I
of the heart are uncovered In the suit
of Charles H White a banker of No
62 Liberty street against August W
Mott vicepresident of the Mott Iron
Work of No IIS nfth avenue to se i
cure J23000 damages for the loss of Mrs I
Whites love I
There is much mystery In this suit
between tile two clubmen and yachts
men a 1 plaintiffs wife Mrs Jose
I
phine B White divorced him In May I
1907 The millionaire Iron manufacturer
w13 not mentioned In the suit which I
was heard en camera by A hbel P
Fitch as referee I
In her complaint Mrs White charged I
her husband with misconduct with
Fannie Jackson a stenographer alleg
ling that In a separate establishment
tne banker maintained for the young
woman at New Rochelle two children
were born In hit defense Mr White
made no mention of Mr Mott
Clubmen Were Close Chums
Now however he alleges that his
wifes affections were alienated by his
Iflong friend and fellow clubman
Both are members of the Larchmont
and New York Yacht Clubs and
chummed together on numerous cruises
Socially their famlllci were on the
most intimate tenni
So far however only a summons has
I
been served In the action and there Is
only one more day In which to enter a
complaint Bernard 11 Sandier of No
D EroadTat Is attorney for the plain
trr havlnc supplanted L I J
Joseph who represented Mr White In
the divorce suit
Tliicli Coleman of No 32 Nassau
street are counsel for the young
bachelor millionaire defendant Mr
Coleman saJd today to an Evening
World reporter
This looks like a very funny suit to
us A summons has been served but I
no complaint and there la only one
more day In which to enter the com
plaint Mr Mott hat read the state
ment In the morning papers and sayi
that the whole thing Is perfectly ab
surd lie has known Mr and Mrs
White for many years and was very
fond of them both But that is all He
says It la ridiculous to urge that there
ever was anything In his attitude to
ward Mrs White upon which to base
a suit
No Hint of Another Man
Thirteen months ago Judgment was
entered against the banker In his wifes
divorce suit but the Interlocutory de
cree was not made final until last May
There were many striking features In
the divorce suit but at no time was It
Intimated that there was another mart
In the case
Mr and Mrs White were married In
the South Park Pmbvtorlan Church 1
Newark N J Oct 31 iSS The bank
er Is a son of the late Thomas J While
of Brooklyn from whom he Inherited
a laige fortune Mrs White was a girl
In her teens at the time of the mar
riage She was very beautiful but for
from as wealthy as her husband
Suon after their marriage the banker
purchased a house at No CS2 West Ilnd
avenue adjoining the corner of Sev
entythird street for which he paid
550000
The young wife was surrounded with
every luxury A butler and five other I
servants were Installed to attend her
and she went much In society livery
summer sho went on extensive yacht
Ins trips with her husband and they
seemed serenely happy
Defense a Quarrelling Wife
In the bankers defense when he was
rf for flvrrc his lawvefs declared
that before Mr White began to devote I
himself to his stenographer his wife
quarrelled with him over nls Inability
to live In the lavish style of some of
her friends It was argued that con
stant quarrels at home hid driven him I
to seek the society of Miss Jnckson
As long ago m February IMI Mrs
I White caused a scene at a reception In
the New Yell Yacht Club when she
encountered her huoband supporting
h > tcnneriDher or his arm She re
proached him with considerable rieit
A reconclllat win affected after
that hut the truce did not Inst long
On July 10 last Mr Whit wag ad
judged In contempt of court for fall
Ing to pay Jlw back alimony Mrs
White said at the time she had her
husband adjudged In contempt
I am In actual want at the present
time having Incurred debts relying
upon the payment of back alimony
and unless I can pay these debts I will
be subject to annoyances and lawsuits
to compel payment
Mrs White Is saul to be living In
handsome apartments at the Ansonla
Mr Sandier counsel for Mr White
raid today that he was drawing up the
complaint In his clients action and ex
pected to serve It tomorrow lie saId
that Mr White it now living i n Port
Washington
The banker Is still In contempt of
court for not having paid his wifes all
mony but no order of arrest has been
naked for
BOGUS POLICEMEN HELD
Barkeeper AVere Lookln
pru Looking for au
Ad It In mid
Charged with Impersonating police
men George W Drown of No Kl
Atlantic venue Brooklyn and Samuel
jShnms thirtyeight of No H Centre
street who ay they are birtcndera
were arraigned this mornltu In frv
Kssex Market Court and held In Jlooo
ball each for examination an Friday
It Is alleged that bat night thev
went to a saloon at No 171 Bowerr
and telling George Horn Ihe prom
i ir that they were policemen asked
for an ad for a oo > ic Journal
The men denied that they were Im
pfDonating police officers saying that
theY were rolldtlnr advertIseme nU for
r baslVllers journ41
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Banker Who Sues Millionaire Chum
and Wife Who Divorced Him
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StoreMade Limbs Used as Of
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POSTOFFICE WRECKED
Another Prop Leg Owner Wipes
Out a Lemonade Stand rid
Goes to Island
Heat wave Pish tush have those
every summer twice some summers
Crime wave Same as above except
more pishes
Salome wave Bum stuff everybodys
been doing the Salome thIng except
Bert Williams and the Russell Broth I
ers
Wooden Leg wave 1 That sounds bet
ter doesnt It Mora freshlike so to
speak Well then In that case the
facts to date are as follows
Yesterday Mr Charles Williams
whose homo Is under his aweatbmd and
who has one regular leg and one pro
prietary leg but whose appetite Is Just
as good as any mans alto has a full
outfit of legs got piqued bocauso they
wouldnt trust him for a measly little
2cont stamp down at the Wall street
branch postofflc and took the prop
leg In hand and Just naturally put the
whole plies on the scrunbleJ pazazz
Chap One
Whliih makes a suitable Introduction
for Chap Two
Harmon Wooden Leg
Mr James Harmon was also the own
er of one of those broughton logs from
Grind Itapliis lie used It In connection
with the otner leg which he has htul
all along In going up and tics sv fl the
Dow cry conducting commercial opera
tions He would ftnil a buttonhole some
where nnd trade It for a collar button
and trade the collar button for a nek
band anti trade tutu neckband for a
collar and the first thing you knew
hed have a shirt Hence his name en
l Hlok of the Trader
Lately business had hen poor
So this mornlnx when he lacked up
to Nnthan Wnjners sidewalk lunrh
stand at No 2I5 Ivk row and wa tu I p i
to borrow a hot doc nun until this tune
tomorrow NnCian cave Mm tne
morsrtio eve and stated In a cold for
bidding tone of vice that < spend sand
inches wore trcv cash III Ivaicc 1
Nnlurjlhi this nlHii Mr H noon
lie Just stepped ovcd to the elie of
the ildiwjlk duLt oil nrr his IriMien and
I rat down on the clean eirhnj and un
strnnued Ills 9ieiil extra tour
Then he nn up and advanced by a
series of hops hack again to the stand
I Hffirc Mr Nathan Wiytur could niak5
any defensive move the large glass
bowl of fresh lemonade which sit on
HJ counter was being stlrroj the wrong
way with a kneelenth gutters oak
It
A < a favor from my heart out I
would ark jou to stop It said Xnihvi
Wagner Youll make the lemonade
tttp like n leg
You got nothing on me said Mr
Harmon airily the legs going to ttvste
like lemonade
And with that he kept right on stir
ring So Mr Wanner pushed the I eq
away anti this went agaln the grain
and Mr Harmon hit the bowl a veIl
that put It permanently mil of business
as a bowl nice the lemonade
A Veteran He Said
Hiding to the Church street station
In one of the citys private convey
ances Mr Harmon addressed the police
oltlcer whoso name Is John II Will
nnn sayng to him i
Him you got the nerve to lock up
a crippled survivor of the Franco
Prussian war
Why you must have been a baby
when they fought that war said the
oincor
Yes said Mr Harmon sadly i
thnts one reison why I survived It I
nut In the Centre Street Police Court I
Mr Harmon had another excise the
same being In the nature of n legallhl
Your Honor he said to Magistrate 1
Kprnpohan you can see for yourself
that I couldnt have boon the man who i
ornrrltled tils crime I have no wood
en leg
Hut Judge Your Honor would vou
for a minute listen to me put In Mr
Wagner I grabbed that leg out of 1
his hand and threw It In the street
and an Italian gentleman picked It with
haste and put It In his rag bag and
beat It
It was ever 10 Therefore Magistrate I
Kernochan gave Mr Harmon six long
months on te IsUnd
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Relatives Tell Police They
Will Attend to Man in
Their Own Way
The family friends and relatives of
I pretty Curmella Dove of No 12 Spring
I street a tributary of the Italian colony
nlll settle without pollco assistance
I wIth tho man who rtabbed her In tho
hallway of her home at 2 oclock this
J morning I
i Sly and several members of her Cam j
lly were seated at the front door ieek
tog fresh air when a man sa11 to be j
knnwn to Carmella and her family ap
prdached and beckored to the girl They
entered tho hallway when suddenly
Carmella screamed Ind ran Into the
sireut Her dross Was slashed In sev
eral places and blood dyed her hands I
She said she had been slabbed by her
caller who then fled through tho roar
yard vaulting a fence and escaping
IIi to a neighboring street I
The police were not notlflaa until Dr I
Laplsno of No Ufa liroome street hail
dressed several stab wounds found on
Carmellis limbs and hips When Sergt
Donnelly and Patrolman Alining of the
Mulberry street station made an in
estlgatlon they were told that the
tahmr rae known to the Hove family
nnd that he wmild bo looked after by
several of the male members
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1 R R TELEGRAPHER
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liicrennci Alilllty on Ultht I > ond
Anything that wl11 help the n R
I Telegraph operator to keep ccar
hwil anil steady nerves Is of Interest
I to c pen ttS jimlcularly and to the
i public generally
i As the waste of brain nnd nerve
cells In active work of this kind Is
I
great It Is Important that the right
kind of food he regularly used to re
pair the vast
i I 1 have itar l Grapeuts writes
a D H f P operator for the past
six or elqht years daily boilug it
by the dozen pkgs
A friend of mine a doctor who
had been treating me for stomach
Irouble and nervous exhaustion rec
olimended me to leave off so much
meal and use fruit and vegetables
with GrapeNuts as the cereal part
cf each meal
I did to with fine results and
have continued Grape Nuts from
that time to the present I find In
my work as R R Telegrapher that I
kin do more work and far easier I
than I ever could on he old diet II
To any nun who Is working his I
brain and who needs a cool level I
hand and quick action I recommend
GrapeNuts from long experience
Theres a Reason
Name given by Postum Co Battle
Creek Mich Read The Road to
Wtfllvlllo In pkga
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K > er rend the nbore Irtttrt A
nrtv one niiptnm from time tn
time 11her are genuine true nnd I
full of l1t1lUltc1 k
fill Hi RUNS tW f
AWAY fROM HOME
HENSCOLDED 13
Mary Healy Sends a Farewell
Letter to Her Heart
broken Mother
Itl
The police of the greater city hlV1
been asked to look fur pretty sixteen r
yoarold Mary Ilealj who disappeared
last Saturday at noon tl
The gins mother Mrs Mary Healy 4 i
a handsome widow living at Xo 1T4
Sxnda street Brooklyn came to Heal1 1
quarters today broken hearted and i 1
half dead for lack of sleep to ask help <
In finding her child Tho daughter was
employed ns a stenographer In an of Ii
fice on the twontyttfth lloor of theSt il
Iaul Building Her salary helpjsd ma J
terially to support the small hotehold
Besides Mary and the mother Uteri
were two younger children
Mrs Healy says the girl was always d
a model of propriety Two Ticeks as >
she formed tho acquaintance or a > tautif j
man whom the mother lute 1 only ai
John Krom the Uftueutars remark f
the mother gathered tcat this John
was in ome sort ot matrimonial
I
trouble As soon as he got ciour ot I
I It Me was comlnc ao ilarj aaa to
make a normal call on Sirs Healy ana J
ask permission to court the daugntsr
Last Filday Many went wdtii her new
found frlpiul to Bexgen Hooch and did
not set home until after mtdnlirht The
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mother reproached her for staying out
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so late Saturday morrulns tha fllrl
went to work as usual At noon er 1
drawing her weeks pay she com
plained of being 111 and left the offlco r
She has not been seen sine Later
Mrs Healy found that the gIrl had I
packed up some of her clothing and I
dinMggled It out of the house secietly I
She wore when she disappeared a
black skirt tan belt white waist black
pumps and a black hat trtmrnud with
brown ribbons Vfsterdiiy tho mother
received this letter by mail j
Dear Mother Vim will see me no 1
more I will never look Into your face
again John her younKur brother I
told Urcln Tom that you said I stayed 1
I
out late That was too muchMARY
MARY
Mr Healy said today that the girl IJ
wa sensitive and hlfhsplrlte
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