BORDEN'S "KIDNAPPED" DAUGHTER IS IN HIDING IN BOSTON
FIRST CONVICTED POLICE GRAFTER SENTENCED
If rair To-night m satwrday.
k aad Satnl Sgs?e
BUI i I WIN
" Circulation pooka Open to All."
" Circulation Books Open to All."
PRIOfc ONE OINT.
SIX YEARS FOR
Collector Robinson Expected
Long: Term and Takes Sen
FIGHT FOR NEW TRIAL.
Iikfcted Inspectors Fail to Get
Delay and Will Go to Trial
T. BoMnson, the Brat poMca-
oonvteted of eatortlon by 4 Jury
a the current graft Investigation.
gantanced toy Justice Seabury to-day tn
Serve a term of not leas than elx rears
aar more then ten year In Sing Slag
At the same time Justice Sea-
denied the Dies of counsel for
.former Inspectors Sweeney and Thomp
M tor leave to withdraw their pleas of
oof, guilty tn order that they might
a dsgiarrse. end nweeney,
ay sad former insa actors inomp-
saa and Murine will go TT trial"
Tweeds y on ths blanket Indictment
charging them with conspiracy to bribe
,a State wtlneee to refuse to testify.
Bablnoon was stolid sad apparently
Indifferent when arraigned for sentsnoe.
jUt expected a lone term Just as he ex
ported ooavlctlon when he went to trial.
Hie counsel. Henry Kopp. made a plea
LAWYKR rLAbS FOR HIM Bt
CAUSE Of FAMILY.
"I ask the Court" said Mr. Kopp. "to
consider the fact that this defendant was
a policeman for twelvs years and this
is ths only offsnse charged against him.
I also ask ths Court to consider the faot
skat the defendant before going on the
polios fores ,wss a member of the Fire
Department and performs.! his dutlss.ln
that department with credit to himself.
"Here la a Christian man, the father
of thrss chlldrsn. His privets life has
boon blamsleaa I submit to ths Court
ths dsfsndants good repute as a cltlsen
'mmA naHceman aOCS to prove that he
could not Have been guilty of the morakj
obliquity obarged against mm oy me
prosecution In this case that he Is not
capable of making ths suggsstlon. swjrn
to by ths complaining witness, that n
Immoral resort bs establlshsd for ths
purpose of increasing the-Income of the
Justice Senbury Inflicted aenten
without comment. Mr. Kopp asked for
a stay of executlonafor one weak and
Justice neaoury sramw m h
Biggs, wS wa convicted of extorting
monthly assasmsnts for protection from
Ludlvlgo Tanoredl, the proprietor of a
restaursnt In One Hundred and Twan-ty-flfth
street. A part of the charge
I gainst Robinson was that when Ten-
crodl refused to pay ne nan ins me
raided and procured Tsncrsdl's convic
tion and sentence to a term 01
riermment on Blackwell a leland. Tan-
credl also swors that Robinson sug-
ZIm in raw nlrls" In order
that the protection money might be tnsi
more easily ODtaineu.
THOMPSON. LAWYSR MjAKBB A
PLEA IN VAIN.
Tun.. 4..hr had disposed of
11 r 11
ths Robineon case John B. Stanchflelg
who is assoclatea witn Arnoiu .
ths defense of former Inspector Thnmp
,on. rsqueeted the permission of the
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COUrt to wmiuren. v. r
; entered by Thompson In order met a de
l . indictment might be lnter-
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sal ges am a re I e 1 I - i'.irner HrAAil.
worth Building, will veil U'-nay ana
luraev iieei n.M " iiim' u.i . .
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-i th.ini. In neniHI utrlDea. arays.
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TY COBB GIVES
AND SIGNS HIS
Amount of Salary Agreed on
With Owner Navin Not
DETROIT. April M. Aftsr a con
ference with Preeldenl Navin thli af
ternoon Tyrue Cobb, oentre fielder of
tho Ogtrott American League Beaebell
Club, attached hla nemo to a 1M con
tract. The terms were not given out.
Application to the National t 'Mamie -sloa
for Cobb's reinstatement wag Im
The Oeorglan put hie name to the
papers after a long conference with
President Navin, thue eodtag.tba atoat
talked of holdout case la the latoryof
What salary Cobb will receive was
not announced and nslther of ths prin
cipals would make any statement ohed
dUtg light on the matter. Cobb de
manded a salary of 111,000.
The conference hetween President
Navin and Cobb laated about two hours.
Both emerged from the conference room
emlllng, and when they were asked for
the contract terma they emlled
liroadly, nut refused to gtve
"This is my last hold-out." said
Cobb, as he left Mr. Savin's office.
"I'm going to get Into my uniform just
ss soon as possible and begin to prac
tice, and I'll be ready to play when
jthey let me."
If the National Commlelon acta on
Cobn'a reinstatement promptly and
doeen't keep him out of the game any
longer, it Is expected he will be ri
to play within a week.
TO SfVDY CASK BEFORE
REINSTATING TY COBB.
(VMTVVATT O Ahrll f. 'llth.r
than having been Informed thai Cobb
nan eigne with the Detroit American
Iieague team, I know nothing about
hie case. I naturally will have to wait
until a formal application for rein
statement hss ben made out, and have
delved . Into the details 'before I can
The above statemem waa made by
August Herrmann, chairman of the Na
tional, Commission, to-dsy when hs wat
Informed that i'oWi had applied for
MAS. ROGERS, SUFFRAGIST,
GIVEN $3,000 OFFICE BY
SECRETARY OF INTERIOR.
Wife of Colorado Business Man Ap
pointed Keceiver or I and
Office at Leadville.
WASHINGTON, April Jt-Mn Annie
O. Rogers, wife of a business msn In
Lesdvllle, Col., to-dsy was designated
bv Secretary Lane of ths Interior De
partment for appointment as receiver of
the Land Office st Lesdvllle at a sal
ary of aa.ono a veer Mrs. Rogsrs Is
a widely known suffragist.
"I am particularly glad to name Mr
Rncin " Bn.ri Secrstsrv Lane, "becauae
it Is an eetabflshed fact in ths United
Statss thst money oan bs handled more
safely by women man by men.
LI Kee and Lsm Chong were arrested
by Deputy Surveyor of the Port Nor
wood to-dsy snd arrsigned before I. H
f ommlsaloner Shield on s charge or
smuggling opium. Ttiey were captured
at No. 30 1-2 Psll ttrest, whsrs ths offi
cer esy thsy sslsed forty can of opium,
valued at about li,rA
urn iv mi.
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TO MELLEN UPON
Accountant Brown Testifies
Notes Were Taken Up With
out Revealing His Name.
URGED SECRECY IN DEAL
Letter to Thome. Warned
Against Letting Stockholders
Know of Westchester Loan.
BOSTON. April 25 When the Public
Service hearing on the affairs of the
New York. New Haven and Hartford
Railroad Company and silled Unas was
resumed to-day, Louis D. Brandals an
nounced his withdrawal as counsel for
the Boston Fruit snd Produes Exchange,
but said that hs would continue as "a
cltlsen of Maasarhuietta." Teeterday
the directors Of the exchange adopted
a resolution dismissing Brandals as their
Charles T. Choate said hs also would
appear as "a cltlsen of MaasachuastU-
Brandets Immediately demanded to know
If Attorney1 Choate reprsssnted ths Ne v
Maveo Railroad or etra New iCnglsnd
Nsvlgatlan Company. Choate denied
that he was In Mis employ of any rail
road. DbvM E. Brown, the Govern
ment's accountsnt, at ths request of
Brandele, read Into the record copies of
two vouchers showing that Choate had
received lu.ton from the New Haven
road for legal eervlces In 110S.
BOOKS SHOW LOANS TOTALLING
$10,000,000 TO MELLEN.
Ths examination of Accountant
Brown wss then begun by Prandele.
The chairman announced that attor
neys for ths road would not bs per
mltted to creea-exemlns the witness
during the abaence of Commissioner
Plgurss read by Brown tn anewer to
a question regarding the New Haven s
advertising account Indicated that from
Jan. Z7, 1(11, to February. 1913. Inclusive
the New Haven rood hed paid the Bos
ton Nawe Bureau pX.UR, of which ttt,
OP) was paid In December, January and
Regsrdlng entries on the New
Haven' books showing loans to Presl
dent Mellen, witness Brown told of
loans of II0.017.02O. and additional
notea of IS, 89.1. 477 One of the note
transactions opsnsd up the matter of
construction of ths Nsw York, Wsst-
cheeter end s)oston road, rsgardlng
which the witness' testimony waa:
In November, 1900, the railroad
placed nearly tl 1.000,000 on depoelt
with J. P. Morgan Co. This wss
remitted by check through the office
of the Third Vice-President of the rail
road and accompanlsd by a lsttsr from
that official dlrsctlng thst ths monsy
bs placed to the credit of a epeclal ac
"If any further Information Is nasd
oil in ths matter," the lsttsr added.
"pleeee consult with J. P. Morgan."
Copies of correspondence bstween
President Mellen snd Osklsy Thorns of
Nsw York were reed. One letter
dlrectsd Thorn to inquire at least M
per cent, of the stock of the projected
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TheStrugg le to Get On
May Be Made
A JudlClOUl study Of and ScltCtlon
from World adi. Is a (rest ld to
those legging poiitiont, investment,
business opportunities, retl estate
bargains, tic, etc.
1Q 1 O World Help Wented ads.
gar s.BHT Mere Tbaa the Herald.
Near! Competitor of The World.
4ACQ World tds.
tar g.iS4 Mere Tbaa ths Herald.
The circulation of Tht World
morning and evening i 'itions In New
York City is greiler than that of
the Hirllti Tir.-.cj, Sui Tri. ine and
MEW TOEX, PEIDAY, APEIL 25, 1913.
FIRE ALARM AND
Auto Starts .It All by Scaring
Animal in Busy Harlem
DRIVER FALLS ON HEAD.
Prompt Action of Citizens
Saves Hook and Ladder
Truck Fr.om Peril.
Wlllam Toomey. driver of a peddler
wsgon. stoppsd his horse at noon to-day
at the corner of Park avenue and One
Hundred and TwenfV-alnth street Step
ping down from the upper deck of nts
land-going freighter, on the atarboa
light side he unhooked the bridle and
pasted his nag his noonday oats. Then
Toomey climbed up on deck again and
While he peacefully dosed and the
bores placidly munched, an aaaamablls
with a savage siren lionk-honked down
me avenue. Tne nor gave a start ana
was frightened into ft ran.
which ha had never tew
before. WlUlaea stept wa- two crtex tf
the pursuing crowd awakened him. Sev
eral people ran Into the street, ben. titty
could not grasp the runaway for the
reason that his srtdls was hanging ea
HORSE CRASHES INTO CAR AND
Toomey earned unable to graap the
situation until the horse, his head In
his nosebag, turned Into Beat One
Hundred and Twenty-third street to
ward Lexington avenue. Than tho
driver rilled "Whoa!" and frantically
clutched at the reins. A northbound
car was crossing Lexington avanue. It
wee an open car and the frightened
animal ran hie head In between tho
last two ssats. The horss dropped dead
on the eouth tracks and the driver waa
catapultsd to tho pavement.
It waa thsn about 12.lt o'clock and
the thoroughfare wae jsmnsd with
people, a lot of them being aehool chil
dren. A number of woman war oa the
open car and moat of them became
hysterical, and their ao reams added to
the - excitement. The subway trench
makre the avenue vary narrow at eh Is
point, and fhere Is little
room Jot a vehicle to pass.
An alarm was turned In tar a Ore
at thg corner of Park avanue gad Oae
Hundred and Tenth street- Down Lex
ington avsnus, with boll Seroely clang
ing and Its throe horses on a wild gal
lop, came No. 14 truck tn response to
ths alarm. Traffic on too south aids
of ths avsnus waa blocked and a tele
phone message bad bean cent In for
drs wrecking car to remove the horse.
CITIZENS ORAQOBO HORSE OOT
OF TRUCK'S PATH.
Ths driver of the truok saw tea
crowd, but could not see wtiat waa
behind It. He kept on oomlng at fall
epeed. the bell clanging and the ateam
coming out of the noatrUs of ths splen
did Ore a feeds. There was no chance
to awerve to right or left. The way
of the truck lay right over the dead
animal and that meant danger, may he
death, to those on the hook and ladder
Some one In the crowd waa quick
witted enough to act Calling for vol
unteers, hs grasped ths tail of ths daad
horss. A do sen men grabbed the leg.
There was one etrong and mighty pull,
and the dead animal wae draajged to
t ie north-bound tracks. A mornant later
the truck horss went dashing by like
a lightning express.
It took half a doaen potlcsmsa to dss
perse the crowd. Toomey, the driver
of the peddler'e wagon, was found to he
uffeiing from a bad out over the left
eye and several contusion about his
GAINSBOROUGH AT $100,800.
Best Prevloas Prlea far Oae of Ar
tist's Works Was goa.uoo.
l)NI)ON, April .-Thomas Oalnabor
ough's panting, "Ths Market Cart" out
of Hlr Llonsl Hhlllkes's collection, was
sold by auction to-day for 1100, too s
n- .nil price for a (ialnsborough picture.
Tag previous Deal for on of hi work
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Heroic Girl and Chum She Saved
From Fall at Liberty Statue
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- MAROARET DONOVAN. OLAOYS OEZERI.
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GIRL SAVES (
FROM PLUNGE OFF
Gladys Dezere Drags Back
sMargaret Donovan, Who Be
came Dizzy front Climb.
CMadys Dssere and Margaret Donovan,
two pretty school girls and ohutns,
went out to-day on the stsimar Her-
man Caswell to Libsrty Island.
Olady I nineteen and lives at No. 307
Hawthorns avenue. Yonkers. Margarst
Is eighteen and lives at No. B7 Wee;
Twenty -fifth street. Manhattan
On ths trip up Into ths Status of Lib
erty ths girls lingered behind the rest
of ths crowd, and whsn they began
the ascent of the two hundred elepe
the retl of the visitors were coming
down. Msrgarst fslt dlssy whsn the
last bat cony was rosched and Imme
diately went to one of the window to,
get earns fresh air. GHadye waa look
ins out of a window at tho Jerssy
shore, when a sudden Impulse made hsr
turn and she saw hsr chum slipping
out of the atndow.
She graeped Margaret by her shirt
and scrssmsd for hslp. Shs might as
wsll havs whlspsrsd for all ths re
sponss shs could havs got st that
height. Nobody could hoar hsr. Thsn
shs plied all her etrongth and euc
cssdsd in drsggtng hsr ohum back from
the ledge. She fell exhaueted to the
floor of the balcony, with Miss Oono
vsn on top of her.
Her effort to rsvlv hsr frlsnd
provsd unavailing- Thsn shs half car
ded and half dragged Margaret down
the long flight of stsps. When shs
finally reached the ground Margarst
wss still In a asml-conscloua condition,
and It wss an hour bafore she wss in
shaps to make lbs return trip to the
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Beats Summer to It,
Right on White Way
Under a Straw Lid.
tPmw a Huff riimti.ind.ui 4 The Stasias
FORTV-UKCOND STRKRT AND
BIUMliW.lv, April S.-The first straw
hat of 111 passed up Broadway at U.U
It was worn by a middle-aged man
with a light check suit, low tan atioee
and a mslaroa cane.
Temperature 71; humidity to.
Baseball Games To- Day
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FOR BASEBALL AND RACING MB
' ordinal It'Coanell Holaa l Moms,
1HTN, April it ('urdlnsl o't'on
nell will sail t-morron fur a visit to
itonie. He will lie aoximpsnled by Very
Rev. M .i..- . n.n Michael M J Bptafne.
D.D,i admlnulrHt'ir nf the I'athsdral nf
tits Holy Crags, and Plo dg i. 'id. director
at the CgthadreJ chair Na DSaclal bus.
' lie aiin'iuui eiiH nt of the purpuee of th
i Cariuaal's trip abroad sag bssn m4a
FLEEING WITH WOMEN,
HEIRESS PLAYED Ml
TO CONCEAL IDENTITY
Miss Borden Stopped at New Haven
Hotel With Mrs. White and Mrs.
Backe on Night of Flight
TOOK EXPRESS TO BOSTON,
WHERE HER TRAIL IS LOST
$5,000 for His Daughter's Recovery
if She Docs Not Return Soon.
Rimons BordatL ths "kklnpftf' helrejs, went to Ntw Haven In
tkt compsny tt Mrs. JMtatm J. White of Washhytoa jtfsj JMn. T. J
Backe of Brooklyn ths night she was spiritstj away 7iom DrT A Jams
sanitarium at Pompton Lite, N. J.
She stayed at the Hotel Taft in New Haven with the two women ui
til yesterday morning, when she took trie 11.43 express from New Yor
to Boston in their company. Since Mrs. White is known to ha vtv friend.
in Boston it is believed the missing heiress is now there in httng with
Mrs. White and Mjs. Backe.
A text from One station trundles u:
si riVa Aim ft 1 fit ffl
ULtvtK uikl mm
$300 W GAME AND
WINS RACE ON STREET
GHb Youth Who Ordered $300
Feathers Pitted With Man
Who Swindled Friend.
An extremely sslf-POSSSS1 young
man entered the office of the Tetraaatal
Feather Company, No. 6 Cast Twelfth
street, and, telling a salesman that ha
represented Ogue, xtatrlnowttog
orua, a well4uiown feather heats of
OhlnaaTo, seleoted three hundred dot tars
worth of plnmss. These be aakad
have put In as email a
possible and sent by
lleinshelrner Brothers, silk dealers a
No. atl Broadway, where, he eael, he
was making Ms hsaelguartsrs.
The youth's talk sMraotsd the at
tention of Miss Annie Be mean, wawae
close girl Mend Is bookkeeper for eh
Paula Featfier Osjnpany at Broadway
and Bond street. On Wednesday a
young man ordered ttiingy dollars'
worth of Prarvon pltanss from ths latter
phws. and. stopping Us bop before
they could be degvwred to the sddresa
of a wall-known faro, pot aasaV with
Miss Bsmwai telephoned tn-hwr (Mend,
ami while the young man waa etui
talkiag wttb two teliimaa tba young
woman from tho Paula Company aur
rted in. took one look at the youth snd
whispered that bo waa ths earns man.
Orab that roaa!" oat red Miss Brea-
nan. as ths youth started toward she
door, hut before any one oousd uttse
capt bun he bad darted ante the street
end tuned toward University Plaoe.
iVflae Herman followed, calling for him
to stop, and Polioemsn 8mltti grabbed
him sfter hs bad knocked down half a
doaen persons In bat efforts to sansp.
At the elation he ald he was Paul
Garner of No. eW Junius street. Brook
lyn. He ae itemed ovsr to Doteotlve
ntspetrlok of the Macdougal street stay
Hun, vim hnd received complaint from
teveral hi ma which had been swindled
bv the trick Oerber I obarged wttb try-
PEIOE ONE CENT.
Offer Reward of
th "" Taft about I
Wednesday ntgbt and out sf It
a handaomoly dr
aeoad hair, a second
the Stag, wbo
aad a young girl wash light
faos sgQuantty beautiful. The
with ths blond fcatr
eerved for She three la Bfia
oan thereafter the
a Ions, bought
and retired tt
Pseatvs bets of Jewelry
' wsta aer station waa ths gtrt's
garb and oaritage that these clnum
stances want noted by tbp tJerha at the
deak. To-day. recalling the girl', sp
pearanoe perfectly, they were able tc
gtve s desortpxlon which tallies close!.'
with that of the missing ftsmona.
WhUs ths "maid" wss writing. Mr
ask earns to ths desk and asked the
hotel manager If hs would cash a shark
for SB on the Nassau Trust ("ompam
of Nsw York, sines aba waa with Mrs
White s party and ths manager remees
bered Mrs. White from former visits
at ths hotsl. hs cashed the check with
TAXI ORIVBR BAYS TMIV TOOK
At 11 o'clock yesterday morning
Mr. White called for a taat an i th
thrss drove off. Latsr, whaa th man
ager read In The Work! of the dlap
paaranes of Miss Borden snd saw thst
Mr. White's name wss mentioned In
that connection, he qu eat lotted the taxi
driver oa hla return from ths atatktn.
snd learned the three former suet t a had
taken the train for Boston that inuti
through Now Haven at 11 1 o'clock.
Aroussd to a high pitch of eacltemaiet;
becauae of the failure to find his daugh
ter within the first twenty-four n iura,
aftsr her mystertoua aswappearajtre
from the Newark hotel, to which, ab.
hurried in a taxi cab after leaving) the
sanitarium. Mr, Borden told The Bran.
tag World to-day as weald aSBt a
SSrs. ss, a. -- - pja. saw aa.
a Mshg. Tbep retired fBMtr
laWeaaattllgpjasy ajW Yujsex;
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