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It SEA SHARPERS GO 10 DEATH ON THE TITANIC "Buffalo" Murphy, "Old Man' Jordan, "One-Arm" Mac and Silverton Gone. TOURISTS THEIR PREY. Greatest Gang; of Harpies j Wiped Out by the Hand i of Fate. Wuim familiar to Ferty-Mrond b. mlaetn In the . of th Oreat Way whan tha llshU ara brtffht- on of th r.ault at tha founder of tha Titanic. I'Muraa In tha Qeltwy will ba tvrnad ta tha Tha pot ton will arm from thatr th nama of mora than on. man "lAatad." Then went down with tha frest White Star liner a flock of bua BMBa of tha "i-ii. human vairaplree who preiVed on tha paaeenaera roaalni tha Atlantic, men who mlaklon In Ufa In- Wllann Mltnir'i play "Tha (lre - flften with rha araatatt "tM" af en the marrhaflVaallori of th aaa. Tha ttory In told on tha Mnlto that ha waa tha malnaprlnf of Mlenera "Oray hound," twiat ha era th 'Oreyhoulld" hlmaalf. Ha travelled under varknia all net, hla moil lucoeanful belnf that of J. Cola man Drayton, tha well-known clubman and millionaire. Oooe ha met th oric'nal on board ehlp. and that waa a i vary dleaatroua voyawe for him. Mr. Coleman heard of hit imperaonatlon and went to (lilrerton'a etateroam and, null Ing him out of had, ndmtnlatarad to Ma aoundelt tbraihing ha had evar 1 known. Tha Plnkerton ware "on tha lay" of th eonfl.lenc ana far yaara. hut eouM nevar set anythm on him. Th bait they oould do waa to knap him mo vine, an Involuntary Mrd of paav aaaa. Whan they laat heard at him to wa well fld In tha world Kooaa ana had a villa aomawtitr an tha Mediter ranean. Tha paaalnc of "Buffalo" Murphy ll a "cinch." acoordlnc to advlcaa from tha other aM. If waa booked on th Ti tanic, aa umial aaeumlng lha name of i. W. White, the ehewlna um man of na tional reputation. Murphy waa a etaadr oaaan t rave leer In tha eprlim and eum raer eeaeon roe the I fifteen yaara ha never mleeed a trip, and th Titanto looked ta him the Miccoat tnrne that he had ever been permitted to "alt la.' Ha wae "wet m tha ehuffle" at whteh h had hewn en great an adapt. Ha waa ona of the original etraat fair faker and an all around "etttn game" MM, Ha nwer pant a cnt and we a 11 to ha worth "OM Man" Jordan waa eighty year old, and they eay along Broadway that ha had been cheating for owenty-flve of thoe year. He wae comfortably flked In Frano-"w well off. In fact but the lure of the flrat trip of the Titanic wae loo much far him. Ha yielded for th last time to tha call of the aaa, and "caahed In" In reoponee to tha oalj. Ha had played the gamut of the crook from gold brloki to green rood, and generally got tha money. Weat and waa on of th bent enrd harp In tha country. H had "fol lowed tha tea" far tha laat ten yaara. riaylng tha oneen eaaaon aa other man played the racaa. Only ha took no chance and got away with tha ooln. Ha playad the game onoe too ortan. 'Ona Arm" Mac had all tha card man i on both ildto of the Atlantic "backed off tha board." Ha ueal hi arm to batter advantage than moat man uao 1 both member Th fact that ha had only ana wing rarely attracted eu apt (Ion ta him, and ha raked in tha money Cat. Ha had Imperaaanted nearly every Mg bualnee man In th world. No doubt I entertained that Mao haa "paaeed" for the laet time). "Black Mike" nobody eaem ta have known what hM nam., reaay waa ta an- orher of the old-Ume crook waa haa been gathered In bp th Oreat folic, man. There will ba no further need for hla picture, whtoh adrn th Waajuaa OaJlary. Mlk waa an of tha old-tlm and aureet af "con" man. Hla great rant wna upaang the wire Ha made Ma victim belhvr that h waa catting inetd information an the race by hav ing a oonfadarnte tap tha wlree. Ha newer tapped tha wire, but alway got tha money. Ha waa a Hebrew, vary blank and abort and itncky. Ha male banket of mon.y, but th faro bank got moat of ft m the wlrwhip. DR. BEADLE MAY HAVE BEEN ON THE TITANIC. Tt la rumorai that Tr. naa1e alo aaitejl n th Titanic, but up to data tftla ha not bean confirmed. Baagle la, or waa, a wondetful ,lngult, and thl hwtperi hi confidence game in great hwpe. II had an ugly near on hi trend and another on hi right nhaak. He alwaye kept hi hair clear from the car on tha ncalp. for he needed th car In hla bualneaa II pointed to both aenr with prM and declared that he ha receive. them at Heldeeber. Whether h went to Heidelberg or not. ha waa a great etudent of human na- gat) MlSSLt far it ' that rhay ware tha etnar etae wait-, tog ta paaaaga en tha TnS lava laat Mgtot a aaaie wn tmmm anylng that they did not gat awuy an tha Mg Oayner al la rederal Cart. TRBNTOH, N. J.. April II. -Tha nH brought by Dr. WUham J. Acuta of Ha boken agalnat Mayor Oaynor af Now Tork ' for profeaatonal ewrsees at tha ttm the Mayer waa bot w b Md In tha Federal Court and not In tha Su preme Court, Juatto Rwaraa of tha Su preme Court ordered yeeterday. Ha held that aa tha defendant la not a realdent of New Jeraoy the autt cannot ba triad by a Jiratlca of tha State Court LEADERS OF LAWRENCE STRIKE ARE INDICTED. WWBURTPOBT, Maae , AftO -Indictment etoargteg 'eaagh J. Bttor and Artvro Olorannltu with tetag ac caaaorla before tha AMI to ajfSsi ware returned lata yoaterday by tha Beset Coanty Oeaad Jury. Tha two man. trh ware Izv4u trial Worker of aha World and leadara to tha rajaej at Laarrenoa. alaa warn li obnrgaa of oonaoirney t twonty-two oounto. Salvatora Bruno wn indlotad aa the charge of aoanult with Intent to two metropolitan polloemen at Lawr on Feb. M. FRECKLES Don Mteto TraMB avrgh Vctlt Boinawa iaci m ekne a nnri na waa of tea Hetoer fejaMat raajatlaa i. haluih banalwa aa no el w aw baa twaraafcw . The friend of "Peaahe" nd Jack H 1 known that at leant a aoore of thta harple wef on board the loet liner. Old time card and oonaV men bnd been waiting on the other aid for month to procure paaeag ah the big ah tp, anticipating the haul af their Uvea. It looked to them tin aa orchard of big plama. Their bualneaa waa to get oa hoard and do the ptoklng. atoton of laeee men bad been "following tha aea" for yaara their home waa the aaa. And now by one of the InacrutaMa trtofca of fate their burial place la tha TRAVELLED UNDER ASSUMED NAMES. It ta knpeaelbl to got the name of all of them for they Invariably travelled under aaaumed name, ometlme aa mdl Ihahttrea, aomatlm merely aa wall-toga manufacturer. It l known on tha Great Whlu Way that not lea than half a doaen gauge at tha crook were waiting to embark on tha aieamer. K narte reached here that eeme af than got away In th lifeboat and H la an aveo bat on Broadway that If there war ahanca "for a minute" more than ana got Into tha boat aa a anllor or aa a ahrlaklng woman In dlaxree. Marahy, M to eejd, la nuav lap a who want ta tha la tha Titanic "OM Man" Jor- i another and Jim KHdhnr I aald ta have found Ma laat "elttlng." "On Aral" Mao haa found hla laat "an tMSg." Stlvvrton la another who la aald have "loat out" on tha wrong oueafl IRTON WAS THI "ORTV HOUND" HIMSELF. I credited with having been SPtXIALS FOR FRIDAY 4 SATURDAY S EGGS 25C Fancy Creamery AAc BUTTER, 00 1 The A 11 w1h . DmmI Maj T.0 Tn Great ZlUaiL 111 1 OtIUV KatU IMtttrnkirtlkl. Iltsc sritc tar Mtinsiitii Mstrkl miy. 5 Foranost Clothlci. Since 1845 Special Values in Smith Gray & Co. Spring Suits and Overcoats Differing In no1 respect other than that of price from regularly prices! Smith Gray St Co. garments, you have here the same fine tailoring, the tame high grade fabrics and the same distinctive styles that have won the patronage of throe generations of the more dis criminating of New York's better dressed men. And every g ermttnt bears mutt avidwnca to ths dovalopmnnt of a value stand ard that is ours because of a pat-fact productl offidancv Wium of a fine clothes building experience that is longer and that labors under condition more nearly approaching the ideal than doss any other like organization in New York. SPRING SUITS SPECIAL Cat aa EogiUb, college and Path A van mod! many -eluMvacaatOBfabrieaareiualuded. Spring Suite, values to 22.80 15.00 Spring Suits, - am nwaa. Values to 25.00 17.50 Spring Suite, values to 30.00 21.00 Spring Suits, ABk, values to 38.00 27.50 30.00 Blue Serge Suite. Made to your Individual A A Measure.... 20.00 Thi U a 6nly woven, pliable, dreaty targe of as trllent ex vice giving quality - to ss b4 in mora than twenty model. Spring CoaU it Suite, broken sixes j formerly 32.80 end A. 38.00 26.00 SPRING COATS SPECIAL Rare are Spring Overcoat in Oxford, black and all the new to Spring ahadaa and color Spring Coate, values 22.80, broken slsee 12.50 Spring Coats, values to 22.80 15.50 Spring Coate, ellk lined, standard 28.00 values 1850 Boys' and Children's Clothing SPECIAL Children's Suits, aixes from to 17; all model; values tt.OO end 6 75 4.75 Blue Serge Confirmation Suite, atardard 7.50 values 5e50 Children' Suits, sices il 2 to 17; ell modeU; valuta 10.00 to 12.5(1 . . 7,50 Boys' Long Troueer Suits, broken sizes from vir 1H.O0 uud 0.00 lines. . 2.50 FURNISHINGS SPECIAL SHIRTS regular 2.60, 3.00 and 3.80 values Ia55 An excellent aaaortment. Including Ruaiian curd, ilk and linen and HcoUb madraa; all have double French cuff, five button front, coat model; lung bodied, cannot gap at waist line. SPRING HAT SPECIAL Some 2,000 Derbies and Soft -Hats regular 3.00 values. . . 175 Evary hat i a perfect hat no amnlee, rconat or imperfeeU; all made by one of the (nrrmoit American hat maker ; every new Spring block ia included evary hat U a full SS.00 value. MotoE Clothes for Owners and Chauffeurs Two Brooklyn St or: Fulton St. at Flatbueh Av. Broadway at Bedford Av. Smith Gray & Co. Twe Now York Stored Broadway at Warren St. nana fraa cm Ball 5th Av. , bat. trtk tah Sta. f ranhlin Simon & Co, Fifth Avenue. 37th and 36th Streets ft Aitmatt Sc Ofo- WOMEN'S DRESSES & TAILOR-MADE SUITS 8. Attmatt Sc (Ha. are offering the MOST DESIRABLE STYLES IN AFTERNOON. RECEPTION AND EVENING DRESSES. ALSO PLAIN AND TRIMMED TAILOR-MADE SUITS AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES. SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY Misses' and Girls' Suits and Coats 29.50 Misses' English Norfolk Suits New model of nsvy or black serge, fray homespun or shepherd checks. a f 4 to 20 yesis. Value $24. SO I 0.9U Braid-bound Bobtail Suits New three-button coat with bobtail back; skin and coat braid bound; of navy or black serge or disgonsl. 14 to 20 yssrs. Value $45.00 Misses' Belted Tuxedo Suits A new Ruislsn Tuxedo modal, black satin collar and cuffs, Is test model skirt, of nsvv blue serge or shepherd checks. 14 to 20 yssrs. Value $34.80 Misses' Dressy Tailored Suits A new shirred front snd bsck cost, with blsck sstin round collar snd whits silk rsvers; skirt trimmed to match coat; of nsvy blue English whipcord. 14 to 20 yssrs. Vslue $39.50 24.50 Qlrls' Silk-lined Coats Or navy blue English serge or shspherd checks; lined throughout with soft silk. $ to 16 years. Vslue $18.50 Oirls' Dressy Spring Coats Of eery serge or blsck and white cheeks; collar snd revers of corded silk; else grey homespen costs. 0 to I $ veers. Vales $14.50 Misses' Satin Reversible CoaU Of blsck sstin, reverse side of blsck snd white striped broadcloth er blsck snd 11.50 9.75 white striped silk. 14 to zoyesrs. Value $34.50 22.50 29.50 Marabou Trim'd Slip-on Coats Of double faced channelise sstin In blsck with contrasting colore, er evening shades with contrasting colors, natural or mac msrstou tnmmea. )gj r- 14 to 20 veers. Vslue $30.50 Misses' Graduation and Class-Pay Dresses Exclusive models from our own workrooms of white French voile, net or batiste, hand-embroidered snd trimmed with fine Vsl., Point Venise, Macrame snd resl bsby Irish Isce. Sizes 14 to 20 yesrs. 18.50 29.50 39.50 Boys' and Young Men's Clothing Boys' All-Wool Suits -j Extra pair of Knickerbockers. Norfolk and doubhfbreaated models, In nsvy serge snd English mixtures. 7 to 18 years. Vslue $9.75 Hand Tailored Suits Ejtrs pair of Knickerbocker. New English Norfolk snd double breasted Models; of navy sr ;e, grey or brown ho...espwn sad cheviot. 7 to 18 yssrs. Value $12.50 Boys' English Raglans New English model, of gray or brown disgonsl or herringbone tweed. 8 to IB yesrs. Heretofore $12.50 Boys' English Reefers Of nsvy bin serge or blsck snd white shepherd checked worsted. 8 10 10 yesrs. Vslue $0.75 6.50 10.00 7.50 7.50 Young Men's Suits College aad business suits, of Imported Cheviot and English tweed, also navy blu serge. 32 to 40 chest. Value SIS.80 Young Men's Suits New English Norfolk Suite, also single er double-breasted models of nsvy English serge, Scotch tweeds, csseimeree snd homespuns. 32 to 40 chest. Vslue $23.50 Young Men's Raglans English modal, in grey snd Oxford all wool rainproof tweeds. 33 to 40 cheat. Value $20.00 English Blazer Coats Of striped broadcloth flannel, in college colore. 10 to 20 years. Value $7.80 12.75 18.75 15.00 4.95 SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY Young Men's and Boys Furnishings Boys' Negligee Blouses Of striped msdrss, with soft sttsched collar and soft turned bsck cuffs. 8 to 1 5 years. Regulsr price $1 .00 Young Men's & Boys' Pajamas White snd colorsd msdrss or plain chsmbrsy in tsn, blue or pink. Regulsr price $1.25 .65 Young Men's Negligee Shirts Of striped madraa, laundered neck band ; soft turned beck cuffs. 12' 4 to 14) j neck. Regulsr price $1.48 Silk Knitted Ties Of pure silk, eeeordion knit or crochet o c four-in-hands, is rich colorings. .Of) Heretofore .95 to $1.45 .78 .65 SALE SATURDAY OP HIGH SHOES, OXFORDS AND PUMPS. Misses', Girls' and Boys' Shoes OF TAN OR BLACK RUSSIA CALF Slses 8 tolOb Value $3.00 2.25 Slsee 11 to 2 Value $3.75 2.95 Sixes 2Hto SH Value $4.60 3.45 OF QENUINB WHITE NUBUCK Slses $ tolOH Sixes II to 1 Sites 2HB 5h Value $3.00 Value $3.80 Value $4.80 2.65 2.95 3.75 Women's and Misses' Shoes Oxford Ties and Pumps In tsn or blsck Russls cslf, also patani leather ; band-sewed welt. Vslue $5.00 White Nubuck Pumps Of white nubuck; slso black or tsn Russls cslf. Vslu $8.50 4.00 5.00 Suede or Cloth Top Shoes Blsck, white or gray suade or cloth top, peiant or dull leather. Heretofore $7.80 Hand Made Walking Pumps Of white buckkkln, tan or blsck g- c?A Rustle leather. Value $8.00 O.dU 4.50 LINEN. CRASH AND CLOTH RIDING HABITS FOR WOMEN. MISSES AND CHILDREN; RIDING BOOTS, HATS, GLOVES AND OTHER ACCESSORIES. 16,000 YARDS OF CHOICE DRESS SILKS AT EXTRAORDINARILY LOW PRICES WILL BE ON SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY IN BLACK. WHITE AND COLORS. SOLD IN DRESS LENGTHS ONLY NOVELTIES IN COLLARS AND LACE PEPLUMS IN EXCEPTIONALLY ATTRACTIVE DESIGNS AT THE FOLLOWING LOW PRICES: ROBESPIERRE COLLARS OF RATINE WITH JABOTS OF SHADOW LACE . . at 65c. WHITE LACE PEPLUMS AT $ J.35, J.75 & 2.00 WOMEN'S SILK AND CHIFFON WAISTS WILL ALSO BE OFFERED AT MUCH LESS THAN USUAL PRICES, AS FOLLOWS: STRIPED SILK SHIRT WAISTS at $3.50 CHIFFON WAISTS . $5.50, 8.00 & 10.00 A SALE OF WOMEN'S PETTICOATS AT SPECIAL PRICES IMPORTED WASHABLE PETTICOATS $2.50 & 2.75 COLORED MESSAUNE PETTICOATS $4.50 BOYS' CLOTHING IN STOCK AT THE MODERATE PRICES GIVEN BELOWi i BOYS' NORFOLK SUITS OF BROWN OR GREY MIXTURES. TWO PAIRSOF KNICKERBOCKERS $6.00,7.50, 10.50 & 12.50 BOYS' NORFOLK SUITS OF NAVY BLUE SERGE $6.00, 6.00, 10.50 & 13.50 BOYS REEFERS OF NAVY BLUE SERGE WITH DETACHABLE WASHABLE COLLARS $8.50 BOYS' NORFOLK BLAZERS IN VARIOUS COLORS $6.50 THESE ARE REGULAR STOCK PRICES. IMPORTED EMBROIDERED SUITS OF PIQUE. LINEN AND PONGEE ARE ALSO SHOWN AT MODERATE PRICES, AS WELL AS OTHER WASHABLE SUITS IN RUSSIAN AND SAILOR STYLES, STRAW HATS. CAPS. SWEATERS. BATH ROBES AND GENERAL FURNISHINGS. Figures The Sunday Circulation of the ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH Is Now Over 300.000. LEATHER GOODS FOR AUTOMOBILE OR GENERAL TRAVELING USE rTTTED HAMPERS. BAGS AND 3U.T CASES; CARRY-ALLS, POUCHES AND PILLOWS: TOILET ARTICLES IN ROLLED LEATHER CASES. ALSO SILK DUST COATS AND SLIPPERS IN CASES. FLASKS AND THERMOS BOTTLES. TOURIST NOTE BOOKS AND MANY OTHER NOVELTIES IN LEATHER GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES. FURS, RUGS. PORTIERES AND CURTAINS. RECEIVED FOR STORAGE ORDERS RECEIVED BY TELEPHONE OR MAIL Ml JiMttf, a m toxttt. Vm Ink tfx tfi- Bfx ux ia acx ocx io, sex acx acv ifi. bcx oa. sex Ifx o acx-Bcx us. -noi -marms T 1 Vla .Li'-