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BOMB MYSTERY CLUE FOUND IN BALTIMORE
MANY LABOR LEADERS INDICTED AS DYNAMITE PLOTTERS
Fl ITHHII-r.lr n-altl a a WaSaeaSan
WPsTttrri Fair n.nfh anil regeertet mmr,
fin At,
EDITION-
1 " Circulation Booki Open to Alt."
"Circulation Book Open to All."
1 EDITION.
price ONE CENT.
32 NEW INDICTMENTS
111 GIANT DYNAMITE PLOT;
NEW YORK MEN ARE ACCUSED
Grand Jury at Indianapolis
Makes Secret Return and
Warrants Soon Ready.
NAMES ARE HIDDEN.
Arrests of Labor Chiefs on the
List Will All ue waae in
One Day Is Plan Laid.
INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 6.--Thirty.
- - - . .Am .3 I
IWO iniUC'taHniH. uive. v. imw ...
to be walnut labor union uftVUii,
were returned by the Federal Grand
Jury this afternoon as a result of the
Government's Investigation of the
dynamite conspiracy. Four New
York men are said to be among
those Indicted.
TBS nomas end the nuns of the
gof eaaanta wars ordered to be hsli -ores
pending smsts. is Is understood
warrants aro to bo leaned lasmsdlately.
et only mombors of atosTsmars's
"dyaainltlng ersw," bat also nun who
aro eaia to have baa knowledge of what
ttclfassara old with money at his dis
posal aro bollorosl to bo ladle tod.
Catted Stat 8scrt Service operative
and Burn- detectlvee are taking Imme
diate steps to arrest tho Individuate
namcJ In ths Indictments. Praotloally
all of tho Implicated men have been
under lurvclllanoe over since the Fed
eral CJrand Jury began Us Invelttgatlon
bar on Dec. 14. 1911.
MOST NOTABLE CASE IN AN
NAL8 OF NATION.
from the atsndpolnt of tho number of
men slleged to be Implicated In the
conspiracy, tihe breadth of the terri
tory covered by the rest Jnoe of these
inon and their reputed operations, (Jov
srnnient officials aseert that the rases
sre the most notable In the criminal
aimaJa of ths Unltod States.
Tho moot damnable conspiracy In
ths history of the country," was the
comment of Federal District-Attorney
Charles W. Miller, who has oharg or
tho lnveUgaUon her.
Ths Indictment were returned at 2.10
o'clock thli afternoon, tsn minute after
tho Jury met Former aaaoclnte of J. J.
McNamsra In the offloe of the Inter
national Association of Bridge and
Structural Iron Workers, rscelved tli
of Che Indictments without sur-
Srtss-
Both Frank- M. Ryan, the Preldent,
sad Herbert S. Hockln, tho Hecretary
Trsssurer. said they knew the direction
of the Investigation, becuuee the so
csatlon's records war evldonc before
the Orand Jury.
3 at wo have maintained right
aald Moekln. that nobody in
offloe was ooaosrnsd with MoSTa-
1b hi. dvnomitlng."
Part of the Indictment ar known
t be agalnat men who met Ortle E.
McManlgal In Detroit In Juns, 1907,
and Induced him, bccsuie of his famili
arity with explosive, gained while
work in j In a tone quarry, to become
a regular mambt - of McNamara'a
"dynamiting crew."
Other lndlotment are believed to be
agalnat men who met McManlgal In
Boston and showed him where to put
ths szploslvee which blew up part of an
opera home there March 77. 190tf, and
who afterward went with him to Sprtng
flaM, Mass., and showd him where to
blow up part of a municipal building ,
aad alio against men who escorted him
from New Tork to Hoboken, N. J., snd
to Jersey City, where lie did "Job" In
1909 and 1910; men who met him In Cleve
land In July. 1910, and arranged for an
explosion at Akron, . and men who
took charge of him when he arrived at
Peoria, 111., to blow up places there.
MAN
WHO PASSED MONEY
AMONG THOSE INDICTED.
Another Indictment Is said to deal
with a Chicago man who, after MoMtn
Igal partly wrecked by dynamite an
Iron works plant In South Chicago In
February, 1911, handed him an envelope
containing ' with the .remark
"there's money in that."
Men who were traced as having
helped In causing explosion at Omahu,
Nb. ; Erie, Pa.: Davenport, Iowa;
Perth Am boy, N. J.; Pelham. N. Y. ;
and many points In Ohio, where twenty
(Continued on 8coad PafOW
rnrriiM. 11B. h
,.. Th. New
GIRL WHOSE MAMMA
SAYS SHE CAN'T MARRY
MAN WHO PINOCHLES.
Twenty-five others injured
When Motorman Loses Con
trol of Car on Steep Grade.
M'KEESPOriT, Pa., Feb. . Five per
sons were killed anj twenty-live Injured
when a trolley car on the Muc:ia Vista
division of the Weiit Pennsylvania Street
Itollwsy Jumped tile triicli. and went
jvor an embankment 2uu feut high neai
he Youghlogmmey Country Club, mix
miles from this city, early t i-day. Tin
car got beyond the control of the tiiolot
:nau on a steep giale. and after pitch
ing over the smbaakment C nsnej. mtu
a tree on. I was shattered,
Ths dead are; Luke DonMUg. Charles
Smith. William McLoun, William For
syth and Cliarle Donnuily, all ut
Ureenuck, Ps.
The car was crowded with miners on
thlr way to work from Ore snook to
the mines near Scott Haven. All the
passengers wore more or less injured.
The rails were frosty and there was
no sand In the suml bdx. This Is be
lieved to be the reason .Motorman
Charles Hunkle lost control or nil ear
The scene of the a. client a at a mile
from the nearest telephone and It was
some time before rescuers reached the
scene. Meanwhile the Injured sufferel
severely from the cold.
All Vf the dead and Injured lived In
the little town of Orswiock and were
Americans.
1,500 CHINESE FALL,
500 OTHERS CAPTURED
IN FIGHT AT CHUICH0W.
Manclm Government Force; Meet a
Rout In Latest Hrttle With
the. Rebels.
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. (V Fifteen
hundred Chinese Imperial troops were
killed or wounded and five hundred
captured In a battle at Cliul Chow yes
terday, according to a Mb) (gram re
ceived here to-day by the Chinese Free
Press.
Ilrlg.-aen. Llm Chang of the Canton
army led the rtePUbllOBA forces, num
bering six thousand. Tho Imperial
rorces, numbering 6.00ft, were com
manded by den. Chung Fun The
revolutionists captured Soo Chow in
An Whel province, I'hul Chow, the
scene of yesterday's bititle. Is in
Ktangsu Proninc.
SPEEDING
HURLED OVER BANK;
FIVE MEN KILLED
i
The Prm mblUati
York World!.
NEW
SO "MA" FORBIDS
MARRIAGE MELD
And Jeweller Fogler Always
Held Mothers-in-Law as
High Trumps.
SUSPECTS RIVAL'S LEAD.
Discarded by Advertisement
Wooer Hints He and Girl
May Take Last Trick.
Httlierto Otto Fogler, baehelor jeweller,
ha been able to look any mother-in-law
Joke In the face without cracking n
amlla H ate-ay regarded the mother
In-law Joke as a gross libel. He was
the champion of mother-in-law In gen
eral, often defending them with great
feeling an. I eloquence as the victim of
humorists who wou!d go to any length
to say something funny.
"But now,'' said h to-day. "I have
learned my great mistake. I am ready
to believe that there la a great dasl
In this mother-in-law proposition. But
It Is so eerlaus a matter with me that
t would be unabl. Just now, to laugh
t a mother-in-law Joke."
Th reason underlying th Jeweler's
chang of attitude Is contain 1 In this
advertisement, which appeared two
days In a morning paper;
rOOUnt IH'TTKII Mr. en. Mia. Unt
ie?, No. Ut Wert S.nrtv elfhtb street,
wlall to bstl Off lot SDglrueti! of tlislr
(Mr SI ttg& ter, Hfrtbs, to Mr. nttST,
MOTHER - IN - LAW VICTIM.
THOUGH STILL UNWED.
"I am not ft t a married man," said
Mr. Folgsr to-day, "bet you see, 1 have
felt the sharp tonth of my mother-in-law-that-w
is-to-have-been."
Mrs. Simon ll.itter. mother of Mis
Berths, th rougll whom Mr. Fouler
dreamed of ned'led Joy n:ut a mother-in-iaw
all his own, Is the wife of a proa
perous meat dealer.
"Many pertOBt came to eee us and
wroto us letto.s," said Mrs Hutter ta
dgjr, when askcl why she had Inserted
the S4 Vert ISSmsHt "W were warned
to bewure of .Mr. Fofrlor. I was much
astonished, for Sir Fogler had always
been so polite and nice around our
l ouse. Bui you never can tell about
these polite ones."
Pressed for speelllcatlons. Mr. Tlnttr
replied: "Well, maybe he smokes rlijar
. its, Btevyhe he iliink beer, and maybe
he plays pinochle.''
Mr. FoKier Jewelry store Is at No.
3127 BrOad Way, Thri he wa found to
day In the m'dst of encngement rlntrs.
WsddloS rlnus and article suitable for
WeddlaS K'-tXs. In purveying whloh he
lontr ImagliU'd hn had solved the depthi
of tho mother-in-law question.
SEES THE HAND OF NON
PI NOCH LI NG RIVAL.
lie was asked If he smoked cigar,
'ties, to which ho trave a scornful reply
"The Turlt'sh and Egyptian Iniquities
have never tempted me," he !d, "I
toke only Havana cigars,"
"DO you drink lice.'?"
"tVhy, sure, 1 belong to a lodge."
" Do you play pinochle?"
"Again I suy I belong to a lodge."
He was asked what he thoug-ht
bo real renson behind the act of
md Mrs. Mutter. He Intlmnted
was
Mr.
that
'.here nile.ht oe some other admire.- of
Miss Htitter who had thought to clear
the Bold for himself by clrculutln
storte of Indulgeace In cigarettes, lager
and pinochle.
He contemplated a copy of th adver.
tlsernent pensively. Then a smile ohased
the shadows from his face.
"You see.'' he cried Joyously "til ad
vertisement does not say that our on
(aetlnsnl has been broken. It simply
ays that Mr. and Mrs. Hutter wisa to
break It,"
And il-si KutlOr dOOg she accept the
mandate . I her a re 'Us'.' Again a sunny
smile Illuminated tne Jeweller's coun
tenance. MAY HAVE A TRUMP FOR THE
LAST TRICK.
"I'm not saying." he almost gurzled,
"but mavb" 1 have a letter In my In-
Ide pocket saying that Si doesn't.
Maybe 1 have that letter. Maybe I
have not. It wouldn't be right lor me
(0 speak for some one e!"e. Hut per
haps there will be another itory for
U papers next week. Who can tell?"
Mr Fogler would say no more and
the Interviewer was about to depart
when tho Jeweller Balled to him.
"Say," he said, "don't understand tne
as saying ao'tnlng against Miss
Hullor'a family. The old man Is u
good fellow.'
HPS A PINOCHLER
YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8,
Woman Who Was Slain by Infernal Machine;
and the Room Where She Was Put to Death
Lbs. Tssss BaV-lsB aPraSUSJsal sSatl''frfr
' (asUTlf'&isalswawoQ
' syTi-SassassjjjJp
MRS TA.-V.a.Qr- STOP O WMst. fBOMQ 'gYPtPDEDr
GRAM TAKES STEP
IN CRUSADE FOR
CITY-SUN SUBWAY
Demands Figures in Cost and
Income, but Colleague
Eustis Objects.
The (jtiettHtn of munli'lpil op.-;n:i :i
of subway was brOUBAl up at the
meeting of th" Public Service l'ornn...
:on to-day by ( 'o.-nmlsaloner J. Bel -geant
CrarOi who .moved t int the oMf
OBSlnoor be directed to report on I l'
probable Dost of equipment of ths trl
borough lyitem, and alio 10 submit iti
estimate of the Kro- and nol Ino of
operation, lie n!d hi WaittOd I'll -formation
bOOBUM of oonsldt rations cast"
nee led with municipal operation
fonvmls-'loner EUOtla gUPSeitod lllH
the resolution w:i not nSCOtsary be
cause the Information i -1 1 already ' i
compiled.
Chairman Wlllooa eald ha hid no ob
jtetlon to municipal obor ition if ih
public welfare ihould require !'.. but he
agrood with Mr. Buat!a Ha waa about
td daolan the revolution carried, a hen
Mi-.' Kus'Ii demanded a rollrall, saying:
j wlih to votf 'No beoauM I don't
think the chief enir'ncer should be
'r.ided up frith work that can N dOM
hy the Btorotary."
Commlsetonor Mnltble said (hat the
chief e:i!--1ner could transmit any ma
terial pertinent to the resolution already
in his puaieealon. and thai if anything
were n intlng he DOUld liave it oompllOd,
The resolution, as passed, with only
Commissioner Uustts In the negative,
WAS!
BoSOlVOd, That the Bfl u I Hrent tho
t hief Knglneer to report to I Hoard
the probable cist of i dpmenl f r
operHting the TrtBorough Bystnt,
BrtMn complete 1, and the equipment
required i and that the Chief Kn
glneer further report an BPProBlmate
estlnvite of tlte grofs sud n": re
ceipts of the Trl-Borough tyBtem,
w-iien Domplstedi
The contra.-! for the dlft!''. SaO
tton No. 'J of the ne-w Br 4 iv-I-x-lugton
tivenu" aTOnua BUbWB) wn: lei
to-day when Chairman Wllleoa and
retary Whitney, of th" I'u'dt" Vorvle
Commission, and M. J. I'. gion, of the
Deffnon Contracting Company, signed
tho ptpsru and IIB,Ooo of elW bond! wort
deposited ty the eontractor s n
Ity for the ITS.imi b ind.
Hex-tion No. 2 extend.! from Park Place
to Walker street. It be usod tor tl"'
rirojdwa line to Kltty-ninili street If
a contract Is made W illi H o Inter'. oi -OUgh
and the lower geetiOM of the
Lexington nvetiuo subw.iy ar.. ,i and
oned. The eontri t prl -o was
i,:-.v,. tMM,
Commissioner IfuCsrroll Obji i to
tcltlng so ti'.u.'h In City bond) as s9Ur
Ity, saying they Were put In at Jo and
he thought Kill par of ht bond should
be req ilred in teourlty.
"gPAKSBXBB AHD OuaTT."
A new1 Cdniio lorlOB, b) leorgi
Manus, author of the Newlywags now
appearing in the Rundsy World's
1'unny Bide. If von want Home on to
man you laugh, Let Otorg Do It
MD CDICMn UIDCC !
UIIA. I IAILI1U IIIULO
TO COAST OH
Aged Playmate Leads the
j Snowy Revels, Despite Mr.
Thompson's Grouch.
August Friend i a much bigirr mm,
to the "kids" around heepahead Hay.
than Andrew Cai tegle will ever be.
They regird h'-u as the greatest phi!
nnlhropitt o! tills or any other age.
And there is nothing mall about Mat,
ut i iut. Hasn't he hired a hlllestf, (
everybody oan ooasi a long as the
now lasts 7
August friend waa hlsohemHb, n
topped work I'vo years .igo. Waen he
wai ilsty-slx, He has ' il l. since, that
had ha readied how n,u h h would
miss tho little crowd of bo and girls
who sat aroju.l Ml shop and watched
Ins sparks ity, ha would never have
sold out. T i ' " Is no fun lit Just bei.ig
rich, If you ire gol ig Ij bo luiuly, he
says.
William Thompson, who live near
Mr. PrUnd, et i mey Island avenue
ami Neck rosd, dOSI BOt ngree with
Mr. Prland ai to the right of ohlldrsa
lo huvii a good time. II is all rlrfht for
tliem to enjoy tht.nsclves, he says, so
ling as they keep out of his I 'fating.
Mr. Thompson objected especially to
the ahOUtl and lauK'iUng ol the child
ren coastltm down the hill between tils
house and Mr. Prlund's lie complaln
i to (h police nn I kept on I n. laln-
m;; until a pollesman was assigned to
Dhaaa those with aleda away, Though
i.ormi Ms eomolalnt on the serious
lllnesa of Mr.-,. Thompson, the bOg ss
eert she hud oeeu Well IgOUgh vr
lnco the nr". blK snow to be out with
htr huebaio! all over the hill, trylntf ta
catch youngatera to turn over to ths
;i ill email.
Xha land H " "' ' " -'"hn.
Today, Mr. I'rl.nd went to the polio
i.atlon and announced be had icated
th bill from Johns Until A; r-I I 1. with
ths privilege of est rating lb t.-rm to
May, If the sno-.v held out at nil. As
i les.-'-c he alBO announce I he s-
peclally favored sledding on th all!
and would pro -.il ,'.i n-t tin- polled
if they Interfered. He put up . sign:
Coas log Tree
Tor Everybody
The old man wna out on tba bill i.im-
srlf all iln. "Alms advice, rlt'lslng
Bl. il-, selillng S'iu hies ar.il taking an
occasional "bell) .whopper" himself, II
:, bull ling ft h ' waled hold himself
and sight younyatora ur..i save he tx-te
It win outallde anything in ghaepshaad
Day,
Buuri.ni rtstr iUthi sad tiekn rs ii Oeaal.
wlte. Ceutrsl. Hi'iitli tairnian iad benuuJs
at em. r. ficrk ruoai fof rMBM ssd vt-i
jirn U vA Blgtit, Tjiesla. fljiai. nitn
. eli-n tad urntll eksrU, fbl W ill Tjs.rt
Snug Arrails, I'ulltier IW rid) II- n 'lna Sh at
1-ats ru. TaW.bwos Uesiauu, SOW),
1912.
16
135 LEGISLATORS
AT FUNERAL OF
Senators and Assemblymen
Come From Albany Accom
panied by Lieut.-Governor.
The funeral of State Scmtor Thonia-
trancla iri.uiy taob plaos this momma
from 1st. Stephen's lion. an Catholh
CburUi in Rapt Twenty-elghtb itree',
where ui genitnT baa been a wnrablg-
p r tor many years Mil it ha. there
asaa sag such a tbrong at a Eunarai
In the old Church which was once pre
sided over by the Rev. Dr. Minllynn
i i ii Albgni M ianstora tnd As
samblyfflen had oomg by special trsin
Man, ol li.:n were old ' s-a; horses' of
11. e Legislature Who bad Milled wlt.i
r all .: Uradi for many terms,
j All c laai of P illtlilans wire atlraOCBd
'to the church. Tn. nam vi f the Tam-
iran' II. ill men would read like the rOS
tar of th Qanorai commlttea, Men high
In tho run as of the Itepubla-au party
. WBf - also there, all of tnem cloe fr en.N
of (Jrady, though some had felt his
j irony unu ids aarcaaw, I'mm the dis
trict which Orgdy represented there was
a great otstpouyln Notl egbtg were old
amy headed Tammany iiaii BlBlwgiii
I to wiiutn VQtl&g lot Qratly seemed Ilk
Isecind nature A great number of
womoti were m the ciowd, ir. ,st of them
middle aged or well advanced in years
CROWDS IN STHELTS FHOM
HOME TO CHURCH.
I from the Ura4 ttome, at Mo. l-'d
I Kast Thirtieth str. et, lo th church
the epowdg lined the stre-!. Twelve
m uinted policemen and twenty poll.
! man afoot had all they OOUid do to
prvnl confusion. Before the time for
1 th ehurcn servii-es the church wae
packed to the :. more than RVI
hundred nu n Itgndlng in the ren".
During tho inornlnx tne body of Turn-
many' i "ailvat tongued orator" wa
i lew,-I by hundreds In the home. Th -.Stale
Legislators had made their hMad-
quartans in the Hurray inn Hiei anu
i bey niarcaed to tne house in s holy
Ail wore nigh bail and froob coats
In tne lead were l.ieat .(KlV CO0WB
ai. d John a Moon, reuraaonting
1)1.1, elei retary of Ktat..- liBBintrlVi BHgtl
I'rsaaurer Bienaedy aiei p, i. II ' ao
. .a.'lt of the Senate. i-'ollo , ng wen
inu lionorai y P i linartis c,i. a. 8.
judsou oi Albany; T. J. Moatanua, Kd
ward La lelTa J. L, McJaOlSe, I iiojna-
i1'. alcstvoy, Benator VYagnsr, gsnsvtoji
UraOSjOtt, Minority Leader Smith of th
.iMteirsbly, apiaker I-.. A. JUerrltt and
. oi. lawhiangti in.
Among the s .iatura wrro: Cobb, Cul
rSn, viooiu, Ualitwn.'M. tiililu.i.
'ti.rliii, LiacW, fiauiatBM'gei', iiou, .i.
Travis, Qriilln, McClelland) Nawcom .
AiteBa MUTtaughi Wbelan, tlatt, I oats
Brnmeraon, Btllwall Rose, DubBtnal,
Sae, Kerrls, laini: and Qtttlng
Many men prominent in Hi life of tic
illy also took a ilnal look at the body
Among tnem wera bluprama Court Jus
ileal Mi call and Olegerloh, Bouyk
Cocbran, Cbsvlta v. Murphy, Judg.
I, i. jnt uagi on Becoiid i'sgt.)
SENATOR GRADY
PAGES
SLAYER SENT BOMB
TO WOMAN BY MAIL.
: NEW POLICE THEORY
Some Detectivss Follow One Trail to
Baltimore. While Others Renew
Search for Karl Kasebier, Miss
ing Hotel Man.
STRANGER OFFERS CLUES,
BUT QUICKLY DISAPPEARS.
Coroner Feinberg Accuses Poiice of
Messing Up ' Case and Says lie Is
Likely to Set Dickinson Free.
Local detectives went to Baltimore to-diy to follow up a due whicli
may lead to the solution of the mystery surrounding the case of Grace
Taylor who was killed by an infernal machine in her flit at No. 103
West Seventy-seventh street last Saturday evening.
Information has reached the police that persons In Baltimore in
lerested in Olivette Leonard, a seventeen-year-old girl, who was brought
to New York last fall by one Karl KacseWer and placed in Immoral sur
roundings In the flat of Mrs. Taylor In West Sixtieth street, threatened
the life of the Taylor woman recently.
. These parsons, aooordtng to the police
MANBIRD SCOOTS
HIGH IN AIR AND
ON RIVER'S WAVES
ColTyn Amazes With His
Stunte in Boating Flyer
or Flying Boat.
Kr nB Coffyn, a young pupil of th
Wrlht "Ca il of aviation, who die-
linguistic t himself s a flyer during the
;it,i Mcslcan revolution, thrilled spec
tator on BOfh side of tho North Rlvr
this afternoon when h looh sioft a
, w Wr'gbt tnogaJ hyili oplane. cut all
sort f serial BSBOM ai or neigm ori,, on a lr,;n, H looh h,r o u
;i feet and then relieved tho inon 'ony Taylor woman' flat and left hr thr
by skim nlng down to ti e surface of the
, . and gll'llng about Ilka I runaway
tugboat.
It Is Blrdmun Coffyn'e plsn to rltle his
hydroplsn anaund Oran' s Tomb anj
also around the Btitue of Liberty, hut
lo iklng th river and the Westerly g
over this afiemoon he d Idcd that he
would Just take a tunlng-up spin. He
Wag towed out from tba I'ennsvlvunlu
ferry ill pi by the tUgVOBl Mae KoOutrS
1.) a point almost In nildsti.iam nn.l cleir
r.f the rim of Ice that margined t ie
shore, i
As aoosi us the lug cut l.iose the welrd-
looklng ma 1 hie geuddad a r ss the
waves and then luddatsiy leaiu I in the
air. It rose easily and swlftl. lit the
rig'ire e gm. naad i'" nlrela, t.ien
aUBlejhlonad out and ghol down vor the
Ml rrin if craft saluted the 11 a, j
boali or tl"' loatlBB Opar, with thalf
whlatlai. und Coffyn acknowledged ti e
-..iime-i by dipi'ina '"' twUtlni dh ni
.ir winging awrl After flylnt tboul
n lie south, he circled and rlciv baoli up
tli r.vcr, tie. i cii -led some ni ire a'ld
dually cam down oasny at th" point
o' departure.
SIGHTED FREIGHTER ASHORE.
The United Wireless) Company n ievsd
a n're'si. it h I 'la afternoon ftjpm
"sit. II T Royd of th BwUlharg l'a
clfl - sti's rcr Anl. ''. '. bOUIld from New
VorU to New tuii 'lis, fiat he bid lust
lighted an uiddentgfted (relgM itsamer
I sppsraratly ush.re six miles west of
''. imbero Light, Off H e KiDrlda oust.
The vessel wu fliina BafBBll Bf dittrSBI
'and blowing her whi'tlei.
Tie Antilbs d:d not slup as snuther
freight at, amar waa u aln : b tne vea
ai in dlatreas.
FOR RACING SEE PAGE i
PRICE ONE CENT
Information, wrote to Mrs. Taylor an '
'. andd money When she refused to
pay It ehe was told aha would suffer
Ths Isttsrs sh received In connection
with the case of the Leonard girt so
frightened hsr that sly. wa
remain at her home alone.
.Search la also being made for
Mar, The Taylor woman, under the
nam of Fiorentw Emerson, issrlflsl
against KsMeebler before Has January
Grand Jury, where he waa aonueed of
abOurtlng and ruining OMvstte Leonard.
POSTMAN QUESTIONED ABOUT
DELIVERING PACKAGE.
Th po.tn.an whs deliver mall ta aha)
blocs la aVventy-seveath street, ha
twesn Columbus snd Amsterdam sjvo
nu. waa gueetloned at length tola after.
n.n at Poii.-e Ht-..lunar lie la an
elderly man and admits his memory la
not as alert aa It ussd to be, but b
thinks he delivered a package at No. 107
on Thursday or Krlday, He oould recall
1 tl. de.UMiml Ilia ffhaykAA I. , T- I
Now that there Is aa Intimation In tho
ess tost ths Infernal maehln went
through the malls ths t'n!if.i Stat
I'o t-ofhc Inspaetor ar Interested.
Kueblr, a hotel steward, mat tha
and ths Taylor woman, according to
testimony on the records, employed ths
girl la Immoral pursuits and profltsd
thereby, far this sh was flned let) In
court s fw days sgo.
The arrest of the Taylor woman on
the charge of corrupting the moral of
the seventeen-year-old girl, u.lvstts
Ltonard, was Incidents! to Hie arrest of
Kat.cb r. T.ie Lsona.d girl was traced
turn tialtlmure to tnls city and located
at the Hat of IB! Taylor wo nan, and
Kacaebler was accused of adduction.
VvuiVlAN WHO WAS SLAIN TESTI
FIED AGAINST HIM.
The girl n-!ii(fj to tsstlfy against
HTaeeebler befgfaj the Orand Jury, and
Without her testimony the Orand Jury
refused t- Rod an lndlotment. nut the
Tuy.nr woman to.d th (Irand Jur
Kaaaablar had tuougit v.'s girl to hor
house and appirentiy tried her belt to
. I.i along the prosecution.
l or Mils, It Is the police belief. Kaese-
icc uvtawmed reireBga There gsgg an
iddltlonal reBaQB, a 'cording to tile d
I SCtlVeS lor his resentment i.ta'.nat the
Tsylor wamaai for Dickinson had takn
Ihl P'are lie had at one time o.vup.ed in
her bAUajmoM,
No trac of Kieser.ler can b found In
nla old ha ints ll.a home In Uromilyu
has been wat.-hud but he has not ap
peared. So far as the police liavo been
able to learn r. it ng was leaa of
Ki.esebler by hi frlSBdj aftsr the
tli and Jury i, - no I him.
Rdna La Mai re. who lived with Orsce
Taylor, has told the police so.nothlU4
abuut Kg Mef which ha sent the
detectives icurrylng ground town ooa
slderably. Dlek'nsori, hoviever, has not
men. oned Kaesebler's nams in any of
his stories, but U la saaeetad a wlU

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