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Girl of Four Years Crushed and
Smothered to Death Before Res
cuers Could Dig Her OutSand
Dealer Arrested
Four children ot Daniel Ryan a contractor residing at No 3635
Bronx Boulevard in the Wakelield section were binied in a cavein of a
sand bank in the rear of their home today Elizabeth four years old
was crushed an1 smothered to deitli May live years old was seriously
injured and is in Fordham Hospital The other two children Barbara
aged twelve and Daniel aged nine were knocked unconscious by the
falling sand and sVnes hut their hurts are slight
The bank I owned by tarmliie Clpoli
a deAlir In sand or No K Knit Two
Hundred ant Tneiitirtn tiei l Hi tin
reen placed under arre t ihiiiRtil with
S cilinlnil oj relentless In fillng tn af
Ctlaitl liU piopeity
Tin cnlldton ttrre playing at i > e x
tt etne in of the lot occupied hy thon
home hole their htads lowered a
bluiX ot and and tones twentyIll r
i fet in idgMt Little Kllznheth wa1
co up to the bank Marj wa a slioi
distance from her niul the two older
children wore probabl y eight fVet tal
I Uicr out
ΒΌ Side of Bluff Fell
Without ani ttiurflnR the Mile of the
bluff foil off on the children Ittzabetn
w a s bulled ten feet ddcep May was
cove tet till but her little hands Daniel
and Uanaru weio knoclud Mat anil
sen1 loss hv tones falling on their
heads
Mrs lall Barry of No MO Bronx
bduliHitd next door to tO Ryan lione
hilpr ned to took from a roar window
of her house and noticed a cloud of
dust arising front the nndbanX As
the lust cleared awnv I1C MW tin1
hands or May Ilyan protruding fiom
the iaveln and then she mule out the
frrlh covered bodies of Da nltl tnd
Birjara W
Kunnlnt from her home Jlrs harry
met loll eman McCarthy ot the Wako
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Look Out for the Strong
Arm of the Law
A dozen new laws have Just gone
Into effect that are of importance
to every citizen of New York
liThe Church
MustCondemn Divorce
Thus argues the Rt Rev David
II Greer Episcopal Bishop of
New York
I
I The Necessity
1 of Publicity In
Municipal Affairs
John Purroy Mitdiell has some
thing interesting lb say on this
important subject
I THESE ARE SOME OF THE SUB
JECTS TO BE DISCUSSED IN
ToMorrows
Ii
SUNDA
WORLD I
OTHER QUESTIONS THAT WILL
BE ANSWERED ARE
WHY is Broadway at 4 A M called
the Great Black Way
I WHAT are the words and music of I
Richard Carles new song now
making such a hit at the New I
i York Theatre
WHERE can one Work Hire Buy
Rent Sell and Exchange to the
I best advantage There will be
nearly 7000 answers to such
queries
WHY didnt Sir Gentile Caves cow
boy romance end happily The
t prospective bride was killed by
an automobile on the eve of
marriage
WHY a stage costume more daring
than that of Salome Is called for
WHERE the Princess of Sagan
Anna Gould Is spending her
honeymoonshown by a dozen
pictures
TIre WEEKS HAPPENINGS IN THE
ATRICAL FINANCIAL REAL ES
TATE AND SOCIAL CIRCLES WILL
BE REVIEWED IN DETAIL
In ToMorrows
Sunday World Only
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j field itutlun RIO wept Into lh < > > urt
with Her and piillnl Ihtnlel and Bar
I Iwla out of the ainl HP was unable
I to leinow lit tit 1n3 and telephoned lo
tiii titloii house and to engine house
XOi t2 at liunhlll Koul and1 Two Ilun
diod anil Fourtifiilh street for assis
tance Then h e cunlfrl around for H
hovel and vet to work on the sand
pile
May Saved Just In Time
I He tnt soon Joined bv Pollwiun
i HurKe mid Scigt Cavanaush the dis
5 rte I ed mother of the Ilyan children
I and a dozen men and onion cf the
neighborhood Thev got May out Just
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In the nkV if time and she was IPHUS
dlAtftl uty Dr HeJlII of ronltum 51os
pltil who found iier suffering from In
turnal Injuries
Bv thi thni Iic fiVPiteaiuld liad been
ictnoved toni the und a stiuad of flre
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men hid arrived soon theie we
Iwnl > men Imltitrluuslv digging for
little Elizabeth The surliln children
j In theli excitement and terror were tin
nble to locate the spot where phI WIt
Mnndlui at the time she WHS over
vielmed and as the length of the a
In was IKMIIV fortv feet II took half in
hour to leach her Dr Hclllv said she
had Ihed but a pry short time nfte
the flrs rush of sind oxer her Indj
A lernrt spread through the crowd
that there was another child burled In
the samlplle and the whole caveIn
vi as removed before the rescuers
oeased work Daniel and Burba
Ilyan Ilimllv lic < Mine coherent enough
to say that there were no Otter
children than their sisters with them
at the time of the accident i
FIGHTING ROBBER
GETS AWAY WITH
GEMS AND BRUISS
But Yonkers Bank Official
Gave Him a Hard Go
Before He Escaped
Arthur Fowler receiving teller of the
Wcstolie ter Trust Company had u
lively light with a burglar In his home
No 15J ilenvvood avenue that city
after midnight last nigh The Fouler
family had Just returned from a thealie
and wore sluing In the parlor con
verMnir when Mr Feeder heard a noise
up stairs He ran up and saw a man
hurrjlnff toward a bedroom window
Fowler closed with him and the two
men exchanged several blows The
burglar afte ra tus le succeeded n
throwing Fowler and before the latter
could ret upon his feet apaJn leaped to
the window Fowler seized a cane ajid
struck the Intruder ogf the head stiv
eral times as the fellow was clamber
ing down a rope made of strips of bed
sheeting which he had fastened to the
sill as a means of escape prior to the
entry of Fowler
The blows caused the nun to release
his grasp on the rope and tumble to
the ground but he managed to net
away Fowlers cries for help were re
sponded to by several neighbors but
no trace of the burglar was found
Fifty dollars a gold watch several
diamond rings a diamond studded fob
and other article were stolen Fowler
lIs the grandson of exMayor Peter V
Fowler
SANDV HOOK HOUTBMDOR DAT
Ultra trio In addition to rotul r lervict Jill
be made evenlnic Feat 7 from Wt Ead
Lent Dnooh Eec nrljtht 10 c anlrlni New
tork 1000 P II
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t + WHO IS DOING THE MOST TO LAND THE PENNANT
IVOTE FOR THE MOST POPULAR GIANT l
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CONDITIONS AND COUPON IN NOON BASEBALL AND FINAL EDITIONS
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Fair and warm tonight and Sanduy
Gibtlill o wm 1 I N erO NIGHT
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t Circulation Books Open to AILl JAC I Circulation Books Open to AlIl EDITION
NEW YORK SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1908 PRICE ONE CENT 1
1I City Magistrate Vho Quits Bench 1
I and Declares His Bankruptcy
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CHICKEN THIEF
i IS SHOT DEAD
BYWATCHMAN
Bag Holding Stolen Fowl From
Henry Ginnels Estate
Beside Him
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A chliken thtff came once too often I
to the chicken house of Henry Ginnel I
la wealthy watchmakrr tin ills estate In
Cathedral avenue Garden City L I
shortly before last mlduUht lie was
shot by a watchman who olurgpd 1I
both barrels ot a uhotgun at him and
was so badlj nmiiulul that ho died at j
2AM In the Xismi County Hospital
Mr Ginnel chickens arc tie apples I I
of nip eye and when lie went away a
couple of weeks a 150 for tin auto tour
through Maine haling former thefts In
mind he engaged 1oter Klossen to act
as chicken warden
Klossen was on the alert when the
burglar called He heard from his loom
In tho house She grating noise of a
window of the fowl house being raised
and got his shotgun fiom Its collier
Then he crept dunn stairs opened the
door ai noiselessly as he could and ar
rived at the hen roost In time to catch
the chloken thief climbing out with a
bag over his shoulder
Klossen fired both barrels and both
charges of shot look effect In the thiefs
abdomen lie tumbled back Into tue
chicken house and lay on the Hour
I groaning Pile has with HIP chickens
In It lay beside him
Klossen called up the police and told
them he was afraid ho had killed the
man Then he hurried back to the
chicken house and did what he could
for the Intrude It Wile apparent
from the first that he had no chance
of life lie iSletS two hours later on
the operating table at the hospital UN
body was taken to Cornells Morgue
In llnmpsteul Ho was a short rather
stocky man with a light moustache
His clothes were poor to the point of
I almbblness and about all ho had In i Is
pockets was a revolver
Klo sen was paroled im his ownl
I recognizance till the Inquest
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MURDERED HIS WIFE
THEN KILLED HIMSELF
BIUDGEWATEn Mass cap j
Oeorge F Sheldon a wellknown reel
dent of East Urhlgowator killed his
nlta and then cvmmKtfd suicide In
jUielr home on Central itrcat todsy
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OWNS TO SHOOTING
AS ANOTHER IS I I
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HELD FOR CRIME
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Driver Takes Drunken Man I
Robber and
for Road i
i Kills Him I
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Special to Th < > Hvcnlns WirH i
IOlGlllgISIt Pept 5A firm
hand named Pr l Ilaklnson a Swede
was found dead yesterday morning on a
roadside near Gar load a village In
this county with a bullet home through
iis teaS On being notified Sheriff
Hob chnnlfi and UlstrlUAttorney
Miiek with two dppiitles went In an
autuniiblle to tlav Head where they
nneMPil on usplcon a companion and
n fellow farm hand of the dead man i
The pilsoner Ualdenwr Kpstrand
iKi a Sntxle turned out to be an I
unusual character He had papers to
prove that he li the son of a rch
banker In the old country lie liltS u
college education but being by nature
a wanderer he has spent most of his
Ifje louring the world working at any
labor that came to his hands
Uioidlng to his store he and the
unfortunate llaklnson had been drink
Ing at a llrle bar In Gay Hea They
started for the farm about 11 oclock
IUKiion was so Intoxicated that ao
cording to Kpstrands story he soon
abandoned his efforts In get the other
hfimo and loft him asleep under a tree
and Iontlnued the Journey alon i
Thorn were certain scorning dlHrop
Ides In Kpstrands nratlvc that
Ce math suspicious He na being
measured b the Her
u m > igrnpluxl and by
I tlllon s > stem In the county jail here
i Uv and 111 title time would probably
have been Indlctetl and tried fur murder
I hen word came from Oxv Head that
I a hpfildlcr had confessed to the
shooting of Hak4n < n
I This peddler was driving along the
road when Hakln1 reeleil on
hnilinsM and caught at the bridle ef
I Ihe peddlnis ploduini norm In c
j he hud Men attacked by a holdup man
II the peddler drew a revolver and tired
once llaklnson dropped and the peddler
1 whipped up his liorf and drove away i
I List night when he heard of the death
and the arrest of an Innocent man he
owned ip to what lie had done and
I surrendered himself to a constable I
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i WEATHER fpJRECAST
Forecast for New York City
and vicinity Generally fair to i
night and Sunday continued
I warm Fresh southerly wInd I
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P1o 1
V AHl RESIGNS 7
AND DECLARES
HIS BANKRUPTCY
Magistrate Says That Financial
Condition Unfits Him
for Bench
PUTS DEBTS AT S 17112
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JIas Recently Had to Explain j i
Releases of Women
He Sentenced
Ity Magi ttate hark Ci K lnlle
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tent his lfnHtlon In Ma > ot McClcllan
todao mill coincide ntally tiled n veil i
tmtar iietHlon In bankiuiiley In the i
1nltfd Ktnles tlhllcl CUll li He HIHMIM
In Ills bankiupuv petition that he niece
l711i87 mostlv biiiiYiueil money uinl
that hi s niih assets comprNe fll worth
of wealing npiiril and ilft oith nf
mlnreft n a lot In the Uutn > in Cem
fteiy both of which arc eempt from
attachment on a debt Ills alaiy an a
Magistrate wax IM a year
Magistrate Wuhle win appointed by
Mayor M csi ci haul with fie ii Ppuo veil of
Tainiiiipy Hall on lay JA6 1heie I
hive beMi many clKirges made ayalns I
him nince he went on the bench It has I
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been a matter of common gossip In po <
lltleal circle that Wahle mu head over
h ilfi In debt and had borrowed mon y
from police court clerks and lawyers
to satisfy pressing creditors
He Ins been sued twice since his ap
pointment by Edward Covne nrnnrletnr
of the New Amsterdam Hotel for W 1
for a hotel bill and money loaned nnd I
by Vojert lelbel a woollen merchant I I
of No U
Beach street for money
loaned inumning to Io0
Resign Because Bankrupt
The resignation of Magistrate Walilc
takes effect on Sept 30 When seen In I
his omce In the St Paul Building to j
day he said I
I have leslpned from the police court i
bench because I am a bankrupt and It
Is not right that a bankrupt should
hold such a position I cannot pay my
debts on mj salary It Is my Intention
to legume the practice of law and try
to get enough money to settle my
affair I
MagIstrate Wahla refused to state i
whether the money he owes was bor I
rowed beCome or after he was appointed
II City Magistrate He said that his
resignation was not prompted by the
expectation that there would be any
charges made aganst him In connection I
with his method of exercising his offi
cial duties
Magistrate Vahle resigned fiom the
liar Association eighteen months ago
after the Grievance Committee of that
body had begun an Investigation Into
charges that lie had borrowed money
from police court clerk and polle
court lawyers At about that time
there was widespread gossip ahout the
practices of a City Magistrate with re
lation to hU obligations of a financial
nature
SInce nwdgnlnir from the Bar Ai ocla
tlon Magistrate Wahle has appeared
before the Grand Jury on two occasions
and offered explanations to that body
concerning matters under investigation
dealing with the Board of Magistrates
For a time Magistrate Wahle was
President of the Board I
Lilt of Creditors I
Magistrate Wahloi creditors listed In
his petition In bankruptcy Include
Harry L Zeeman of No 7CH Broadway I
J13M L U Williams of Bedford aye
nue Brooklyn WXO Milton Berllngor I
of No 31 Nassau street TOO Rhelnhold
Bu se of No tOOl Broadway KM GUI
tave Xlmmerman of No 86 Dower
S > S i6S Sol Brill of No 31 Bond street
< SS63 B Hertzborif of No tit Weet i
Tw nty 9enth street JIOuO J Cohen
of No 360 last Eighth street TM M i
u sman of No 1W Bowery 83 the
First National Bank of Plttsburg
J43T1SS and Max and Frieda Hart of
No 58 West One Hundred and Ndne
lecnth street Frederic K Hutchlngs
a4drew unknown Corndlus lluth No I
31 Nassau street and John Thomas of i
No 233 Pout One Hundred and Fifteenth
street unknown sum
Other creditors are Do P ssoi fires
of No 20 Brood street > 500 for services
rendered the C H Koter Co No 12
Park pUce UM7S CollIN Co No
1381 Broadway JIM for goods bought
and the New Tork TaxiCAb Company
No M Wit Sixtieth street J5710 for
cab service lie also owes the Iwinjreri
Cooperative Publishing Company No
l Naiuiu strwt 1431 the New York
Telephone Company H0 > Adolphe I jt
Moult of No in flowery UiU for
good bought and on a note and John
J Fox of No 190S Bathgate avenue
MW tt wirrlagt files In l8Ot
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HERES HOW LEADERS 11
WILL STAND AT END
OF TODAYS GAMES I
IF THEY WIN
Giants 75 45 625
Pitts burg 76 17 618
Chicago 75 19 605
IF THEY LOSE
Giants 74 46 617
Pittsburs 75 48 610 I
Chicago 74 50 597 I
CHICAGO CUBS
PROTEST VICTORY
OFTHEPIRATES
Claim Clarke Should Not Have
Been Allowed to Score
Yesterday
GHI STOPPED AT HIRST
Umpire ODays Decision Is
That Clarke Had Crossed
the Plate
THE BATTING ORDER
Plttburg Chicago
Shannon cf SIngle cf
Clarke ih hueclcird If
Lcaoh 3h Ciance Ib
Wagner i1 Keri b
mil lb Htelnfeldt 3b
Abby 2b hulte rf
Wilson rf rinlter ss
JIbson c KlInK e
Vail P lleulbach p
flp cldl to lYf K PTilnr WorlJ
EXPOSITION PARK PITTSBUHG
Sept Chicago protests rldays
game here With the bases full and
two out WtlfOn lilt safely to centre
Gill of Plltibunr failed to run to sec
ond base from first He ran a few feet
down the line then turncd out and
went to the cliibhoiiFe Kven who
covered second base received the ball
from Staple and called the attentlofi
of the umplie to the force run The
umpire simply all Clarke has
on IH11 the plate CII lea lJ claims
Gill should have touched second bico
before he ran lo the clubhouse and
mill prove bj the affidavits of a num
ber of persons that he failed to do so
Thli prutfisi Is fiilil by Chicago de
epltn the fact tint von have never yet
4owed one because Urlies run
should not count ns Gill was plalnl
forced ot second base on the play1
say 4r Murphy AH soon as CUrkc I
nutsiM the plate Iniplre OIMv walked
to the homo players hench The lr
sic nnd most of thr Cubs itaited to
lcae the Held but were trotted over
to sprotnl titie ami Single whu hid i
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picked up the ball throw It to Johnny
nlio elled ot ODay Hunk failed to i
hear and Rvers ran to the bench and
called rti umpires attention to what
had happned 0Dav merely re
marked Clarke has crossed the plate
HIS WOODEN LEG HIDDEN 1
COULD WATCH ROBBERS
After Masked Men Got Ticket
Agents Money They Told Him I
Where to find His Peg I
WASHlNGTOJf Ba Sept 6Be 1
cause robbers hid his wooden lag Os
car OlUrrah ticket agent at Colllars I
W Va Was compelled to lie on Iila bed
and watch two maskej men iro through
ills lothM goarch the house and take
UK a watch and valuablM The men i
overlooked 150 of the railroad com
pany mone concealed In a coat
OHarrah was awakened to find burg I
lars In the house His trousers and
wooden leg were irons Two men came
Into hN room and began a earoi one II
compelling him to keep ullent at a re
volver pojnt The search llnlshvl
the iwlr Informed OHarrah he would I
find his ooden leg down < tilr
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SHEEPSHEAD BAY RESULTS
FIRST RACERoseben 1 Tom
McGrath 2 De Mund 3
SECOND RACE Sinctui won
Ironsides 2 Malacca 3 I
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World Wants Work Wonders
t or
GIANTS SCORE ONE
RUN IN THE THIRD
INNING ON PHlllifS 7
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Mathewson Pitches Well and Holds
Opponents Safe in Early Part of i
GameMcQuillen in Box
for Murrays Team
MATTY PITCHING FOR GIANTSu
ilMATTY u
I WITH Mc QUILLEN OPPONENT j
Manager Murray Sidesteps DoubleHeader Be
cause New York Team Is Going Too
I Fast Right Now
SCORES BY INNINGS
Giants 0010
Philadelphia 0000 I
II
Chicago 0004
Pittsburg 0000
FIRST GAME
Boston 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 i
Brooklyn 02001000
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UY BOZEMAN BULGER 1
Special to The Evening World
PHILADELPHIA Sept 5With Mathewson slated for the pitching
job the Giants went after the Phillies this afternoon in the same old slim J
I bang spirit and the 15000 or more people who packed the grounds SAW
I some real action Manager Murray refused to play doubleheader not
withstanding the fact that New York has a postponed game here Tha
I runaway aflair of yesterday had tipped oil the Philadelphia manager as
to what was likely to happen and as he still has hopes of finishing up
among the first three he preferred to wait until the Giants come hero
two weeks from now before playing oil the postponed game j
First Inning I
Tenn y wenl after the first nan i
pitched hut It nn hot gromler Ivnahe 1
to Ilrandfleld Doyle also tried to slam
the ball out of the lot and struck out i
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Ilresnnhan got his base on balls after
tnldnR two strikes hut win out on try
IIIK to steal second Dooln to ICnabe I
NO HUNS
Omni was out on an easy grounder
Dryle to Tnn y Knabe was thrown
out hy HrMwell after hue had made a
neat stop Titus wound It lip with a i
short fly to Ponlin NO RUNS i
Second Inning
Donlln led off with a clean smash to
centre for a single saul Seymour shut
another to thf lame pot Advancing
Mike to second Doolln got Devlins
hot gtuuiuler and tossed It to Knabe
n
THE BATTING ORDER
Philadelphia New York J
Grant 5b Tonnoy lb
Knabo 3b Doyle 2h
Titus rf Bresnahan o
Magee If Donlln If
Bransflelrtiv Ib Sejnnour cf
Otborne cf Devlin 3b
Doolan ss McCormick rf
Dooln f Hrldwell pi
Mculllen p Muthuivson p
forcIng out Seymour Donlln made a
daring attemp to score on the play
hut was run down Knahe to Dooln to
Orant tr Dooln Devlin was on his
w ly to thIn at the time and was also
thrown out Doom to Grant This ai
tho flrwt triple play that Jia been mad
against the Giants for years and the
crowd went Into ecstaoy NO KUJffl
E1ENINGORLD RACECHIRT
SIXTH DAY AT SHEEPSHEAD BAY
AUTUMN MEETING I
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