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Mr and lW Shell have DMglMP-
kt la permitted by the railroad
the train, try to 'throw evsr"
egine. I want to see Just
strength thU requires.
rant lo watch the signals closely,
or you will reeell that John Har-
a, the suspended engineer, testified
I the aulamatle signals supposed to
perfectly synchronised did not ai
ra work together. Anothar point I
k ta observe li tha dlatanea ba
rn alt nali and tha rapidity with
Ink thsy sppear whan a UaU la
Mag at high speed."
a atataniant lesusd thla afternoon
Um Haw Tork. Now Havan and
Railroad Company giving
Jkat la daclarad to be a raeord of En
tkwa No. l.tll from June 10 ta June
U, whan the oolllaton occurred at
'ord. It la noted that on June 1
Dohsrty wrote on tha bottom
the p.ige In tha engine haune book:
food." referring ta train
?T. B. Pratt. Adami Kx-preas agent of
Norwalk for tha Mat tour ye are.
the Bret witness. Coroner Phalsn
I him about the eccaaloa whan the
nearly hit a Uttte boy at his sta-
Jan. Ha teettflad:
ri waa leaving the ocbee an laat
Twaraday when 1 noticed tha second
action af Trala No. U (flw wracked
rank) approacklna: t Heard tha whistle
ad than aaw a little boy wall to tha
edge af the platform and look up.
trala flaehed by Into the ste-
and I recall I remarked It waa a
for the little chap."
Pratt aald tha engineer ran MO feat
jaat the boy. It waa a earra bo ration
at Dougherty's atory.
Frederick Wallaoe force, an aaeo-
af Pratt, bad tha name reoolleo
of tka event aa that af Pratt.
sea ware put en by Benjamin
anneal far tha railroad, far tha
Ipfpssi at ehewlng that Dourheity
bean able to make an emergency
bat Coroner Phalen anhed no
fie to develop thla point.
rrft P. Kens, anothar South Norwalk
aald he aaw tha oo.ur-
and bad the aama reeollectlon of
bat comradee held. Mr. Spooh
It In alienee aa long aa be could
he euggetted ta the Coroner
of the aitneaa and testl-
y. Coroner Phalen aaked: "Do you
bow the air waa applied?"
-No, sir."
"fjo you know If It waa an emergency
jHjPo air. 1 don't know, but It waa a
ejjtjr quick etop."
at d(&u5Tluncheon
to william b. ellison.
Refreshments Served, Though
Testimonial Is for His Anti-
Saloon Work.
Ave periona at a dollar lunch-
i at the Hotel St. Denti to-day heard
Corporation Counael William .
Bishop bulbar Wilson of the
diet Kplaropil Church and Rabbi
M. H Harrla of Temple Iirael rtlicuns
sjfr Oleic Niada.dtnw Obtainable.'
Jjtn Whalen. who used ta be treaaurar
gfes Meats, waa tonatmaator.
ajgnaaa Thornton, wbe waa In charge i f
Khngemsnt. aald tha luncheon waa a
aPMaontal on behalf of hs Anti-Saloon
laajT- to Odr. Elllaon for aid he rsn
dard them rerenUy at Albany. Blihop
Wllbon la the Preildent of the national
ajgjgiilnlliin of the Aittl-Maloon league.
Tan Rev. Ilohart Hagnell, 4-hslrman of
Che dJtate organisation: the Rev. A. P.
fcggpliill paator of tha Noetrand Ave
gkg M. B. Church. Brooklyn, and a dosen
Other clergymen were preeent.
tfke luncheon waa not aa Aatl-Baloon
lessgue affair, however. A portion of
Ma crowd enlivened an otherwlae dry
, nasal with etalna of beer. Tehee were
and Included ,n the "dollar luncheon.'
Mrvtaf the lluuld refreahmenta fur
ajgnbW wins)
fitaov w
Mr. r.m
dlverelun at the height af
Wlleon'e addreaa
Ellison's spssch principally a
aitea for economy In olty government.
km condemned the new aqueduct water
Man aa extravagant.
Shown That Former Police Lieu
tenant Was Not Present Dur
ing Killing at Raid.
Financial reeponelblllty for the
bath of waverly Carter, a negro, saot
ad killed durlns a gambling raid led
by the former hand of lbs strong arm
equarf. will not be added to the troublee
of former Polioe Lieutenant Chertea
Backer, now In the death houae ''on-
vtated of the murder of Herman Koeen
.. thai After a number af witnesses
bad been heard la the Supreme Cour
o-day In the suit brought agalns
I aoker end hla so-called press aaent.
I bartss B. Plltt, by the widow of tha
aiaia negro. Justice Phllbln ruled 'hat
tha complaint acalnst him be dismissed
after It was shown Becker waa not
tragi nt whan ths shouting occurred.
FUll's sod of live cass continued.
Reported at Constantinople That
AU on Board the Vessel
Were Lost.
sailing vseeel lo-alght
a submsrgsd mlns la Hmyrna
and was destroyed. Her frag
aaak Immediately and It was
Msrsd that all on board were lost, nu
yf0 definite Information as to ths casu
was avaiiabis.
month two atsamahkpa struok
In Smyrna Bay. One of them
I beached wltb only slight demag
I the loss of Ave lives. The othe
I down and It was bellsvsd that
eighty persons wars killed.
gftve rrteee Pwlleemea Sraieared.
AN rRANCWOO, June is --Five sua-
members of ths Han Krancuu'o
force plsadsd gulHy to-day to
padlotavsnu charging conaplracy. Kach
aeatancad ta nine months In ths
Jail Two other MUeemea slml-
i Mr
Tribesmen Driven From Their
Mountain Stronghold by
Attack at Night.
Loss in Last Night's Battle In
creases the Total Deaths
to Twelve.
MANILA. Juoa 1 Conrpiata root
of tha rebellloue Moras on Mount
Begsag waa aocompllahnd try tha
American forcee during tha night.
With tha loan of six man and seven
Re porta of tha engagement, reach
log here by wire lees from tha liland
f Jolo, are meagre.
All tha Americana killed ware mem
here of the several companies of acoute.
In the Bret advance upon the mountain
laat week, whan tha Moras were nearly
dislodged from their position, sis Amer
icans were also killed. The number of
dead among; the Moras Is not known.
Last night's battle began Just before
dark. Tha lighting was norce, but the
American advance waa so determined
that the Moroa at laat atole away and
loft the mountain clear. They are now
at large and will be pursued ceaeeleesly.
Brtg.-Oen. John J. Pershing, com
manding tha department of Mindanao,
la leading tha forces end Is snthuslaatlc
ta praise of tha conduct of hla men.
WAJaHINOTON, June Id. -The War
Department had no report to-day ot the
latest fighting on the Island of Jolo. A
belated report from Brig. -Men. Pershing
received to-day gave further details o(
tha lighting last week, as follows:
"Prlday at noon Capt. Patrick Moylan
of the Philippine Scouts, with the.
Thlrty-lrst and Fourteenth Companies.
Ptillllpptne Scouts, took Mount Buuga
after hand-to-hand fight. One sjiut.
ThirtyTflrst Company, killed. Mountain
side very preclpltona. Oun carried up
by hand."
Arthur T. Lewis of W. D. Lewis
& Co. Loses Life on
Western Trip.
OOBHBN, Tnd.. June 11 -Arthur T.
Lewis, forty-three yeare old, treasurer
of the contracting firm of W. D, lerwls
Co., of No. 41 Wast Thirty-third
street, New Tork. waa killed last night
when his automobile rolled down s
twsnty-nve-foot embank tnent near Ug
onler. His chauffeur waa not hurt
Mr. Lewis's hsad was crushed and h
died In the Lake Shore Station at Llg-
onler while waiting for a train to take
him to an Elkhart hospital. He was
en route from Cleveland to New York
after having completed a Weatern Bttll-
ens trip.
Hs lived In Bernardsvllls. N. J., with
his wlfs and one child. His brothrr,
W D, Lewlr, Is President of Lewie and
Company. Ths body will be ihlpp-!
horns to-night.
t'wmiitrvller'e Report
Vnlaee riled for Tas.
Deputy Htate Comptroller Fraeer re-
oelved for trsnsmlssion to-day the fol
lowing appraisals of ritalee under the
Inheritance tax law:
Lorillanl Hpencer of Newport, R. I..
dated Murch 4. UU, entire cetata astl
mated at tttl,47k. Assets In New YoM
State, total value 1172. lis Net value
after deductions fur pro-rated expenses
of edmlnUtrnllon and New York I'om-
I. Isslons, XI.IJ6. The principal hene
flclarlea are Mrs. Caroline H. Hpcnerr,
widow of decedent, Lorlllnrd Npenrer
jr., eon, and ljorlllard Hpeiuor Sd.
grandson or dei-edent.
Isaac M Uaabeti, Jlnd Fnli. Hi, list J .
total relate, $el.o. net value. IMUM
Isabel liolden Miirhune, dlul Jan.
1H12; total eetuta, tlSK.&Dt net value,
Albraham Follett (Hlor of HlrmlnK
ham, Kngland. dlt.l April SI, 1J08; ease's
In New York, storks valued at tr.&Ku.
no deduotlone enumeratod.
Francesco Natale. died April '.'. 19M.
total sstate, depoalla, k.n; net value,
Marie Hpatenka. died Nov. (, Mil
total eetate net value K'.UO.
Lydla Hshlay MSISali dlei Feb. 14,
U12; total uxtate U.Ui). net value
Andrew Keho-.-. died Mept. J. 101); total
estate tSl.Dut, net value tM.m.
Margaret riorence Wells of Phlli-
delpnla. dlsd Dec. 27, aaaets In Nan
tpnia. oisn Uec. IT, IW; asset, in Ml
irk ntsts. stocks. U,0. net value ll.'.tn.
Richard Roahloi. no.i-. e.Ideiil ,
itKnsid n uan ton. a natvrsgsnsni, 1
plem.nt.1 report make, minor chanse.
In the values shown by original :!
Dec. 34, 1MI. Net value ot decedent
New York estate ln.'
World Wants Work Winders.
Young Runaway Wife, Appar
ently Resigned, Eludes
Her Captors.
The Prlncea Olga OnHtstne of Rueela,
ths girlish wife of Prince Andre Oo
lltalne of the Cssr's own cavalry, dis
appeared Just before daylight to-dsy
from ths Holland Apartments. No. M
Wsat Forty-sixth street. The Russian
Conaul has had ths Csars sscrst pollcs
on her trsll ever since shs name to thla
country In March. He had starlad pro
ceedings for an Inquiry Into her sanity
and had Issued ordere that shs should
give up her ambition to become an
actress In this country and ahould re
turn to Russia Immediately.
Ths young woman, who had spent
every cent shs had brought to this
country and had pawned her Jewels
to meet the eapanee of living at ths
Knickerbocker and keeping up appear
ances befitting her rank, waa appar
ently reelgned. She chatted easily with
a physician from the office of Dr.
George Campbell, the MbtS Medical Ex
aminer, who was ssksd to oheerve her,
and with an Kvanlng World reporter
Ths prlnosss appeared In the lobby
of the Holland apartments at 1 o'clock
thla morning and asked (hat a taxlcab
be called at once and that her baggage
be brought down. Then aha adjustsd
a heavy vsll about hsr face, sntsrad
tha oab alone and told ths chauffeur
to go to Broadway, where she would
give him further directions. So far as
tha hoist people could sea, the cab
was not followed. Two telegrams were
taken to the hotel for the princess to
day, but were not accented by the
Although only twenty-two. Princess
llga. daughter of tha houae of Tchtr-
kaaskla. had atruggleJ end livsd by
pawning hsr Jswetry for three montiis,
strangely unable to .ret an engagement
hers. Ths Russian sscrst police dlllgen'.ly
looked out for that after they located her
In the New Wlllard Hotel, Washington
Step by stsp she has encountered the
almost Insurmountable difficulties which
a secret systsm oi esplonags, backed by
unlimited monsy, has besn able to throw
In hsr path.
Iter angry husband, to whom shs had
been married under orders ot the age
of sixteen, used the mysterious network
of Russlsn splea that covsrs Km ope and
sven this country to search her out
They found her at the New Wlllard
snd made thslr pressnce politely knoan.
An attache of the Russian Embassy
called and pointed out the folly of try
ing to dafsat ths will of the Csar. Whsn
ths plucky girl refused to return home,
the attache shrugged his shoulders and
Informed her she would scarcely get an
engagement. Than shs came to New
York and found tha threat made good.
She hid In the Knickerbocker Hotel
Piece by piece her jewelry went to the
pawnshops, snd when It wax nearly all
gons another euave agent politely told
her It had been known all along where
she was living. So shs moved to hsr
present address, where, having nothing
but one hisvy gold ornament bet .teen
lu-r and atarvatton, she agreed tu-day
to return t St. Petersburg
The pretty young princess shrugged
her shoulder whv.i s reporter who dl
covered the story found her.
nave I com into t.ie papers?" ahe
'Seven years of married life I have
had and I am yet only twenty-two," xh
aald. "Why. most of hg American glria
I have seen are not willing to bs mur
rlad much under the atie I am now. .My
husband la twsnty-slx and he was on y
slgliteen when we weie inarrlel. We
Were only children, hut that Is the mjf
they arrunga thlnga there. Lutt year
I wa tired of everyihli.K, Including lilt
JeSlouKy, and wuntsu le he an actress.
So 1 went to the Imperial Tbsatra and,
under another name gecufsd a part un
played It Just once, when 1 was .ound
out. Then the theatre old not Ja:n J
let me continue.
"One night a chance came to me lo
Join an Kngllah woman going to An nr
tea. 1 left with her, taking all tn
lewelry I I o old tin I ibut belonged to
me I used a pait'nurl the Bnglltd
woman hud roi a ma 10 and gut hero, but
living was so tre.iieinJ.ius.y expensive,
.... . -. -. , i . i,.
Washington snd ths Knlckerbockst here
that I u-t 1 up all BUJP Jewelry.
"Baaldaj the police I e iinil me very
easily, although they let me 'hlnk I
was alleging them It wss sl:uply s
matter of time lib til I had lo obey m
orders from ho ne. 1 go either ti -day
or to-morroa. as the 1'onaul orders. I
am ready. That II the whole Story
HefrlgrralluaT Plant Put lu tio-ra-lloa
at Ilia OUIce.
WASHI.NUTDN, June U. Prsaidsot
, m , Bfll lPuon w
" i.r ..v aOt
1 dl' "' ''iol'r '"
r,ident oi itrsitsnng vVMbingtoa.
WMkm, ,.,-! :y put the executive
ofilce i ell Igerut.ng Waul In a tlon
It Is looted Just mull un' 1 1 1 1 ths
Prssldeiit'a prlvste otflcs. I.olds sevm
tons of Ice, lbs air from which Is
wafted InUi the Presldsnt's room by a
ssrtss af lass.
City Hall Political Sharps See
Possible Candidacy in Visit
of Progressive Chief.
I'olltlcal circles were set wild with
excitement to-day when It became
known that Qeorge W. Perkins, the
head Hull Moose, next to Theodore
KooHsvelt, hsd apsnt half an hour with
Mayor "aynor In the secrecy of the
Mayor's Inner nfllce during the morning.
Neither the Mayor nor Mr. Perkins
would sn,v a wo,d as to whether or
not they discussed claaslca. Kaiser Wil
hclm'H unnlvereary or mere politics.
Home persons sfbout the ('Ity Hall
professed to see a connection between
the visit of Mr. Perkins and an sdl
torlal In a morning paper nf the Pro-
grewetve brand which vehemently es
poused the Mayor's ratue. The other
Progreaalve paper Is an open boomer
of the Mayor's candidacy for anothe.
term. It waa not a mere coincidence,
these political aharps asssrted. It was
quite clear to them, at leant, that th
Hull Moose prnpoaeil to herd about the
Mayor and stampede him back Into
o fries.
rkahi sgaln. It waa explained that
Mr. Pnrklns Is a reeldent of the aectlon
between Thirty-fourth street and Forty
second atreet, where proposed changes
of Ki-ade are 'being urged by Borough
President MnAneny. It was Intimated
Mt Mr. Pe-rklne's well known civic
pride hail iirompted htm to register a
personal protest agslnsl lowering KSast
Thirty-fourth street.
Mr. Perkins happens to be ahout as
much of a practical fountain head
Itnanclal and otherw'ge, as there Is
anionic the Progresslvee. He Is Chair
man of the Executive und Financial
I'otnmitteea of the Natlon.M Committee
or the Hull Moose party.
It wan urxued that If the Itoosevelt
followers were bent on cUlmlnir the
Mayo,' as bhelr Ideal of what muni
i'lptl 1'roMreeniveiion means. Usurge W.
Perkins and no other Hull Mooae would
he aunt t the Mnyor far the purposes
of forming such an offensive and defen
sive alliance un aai needed lo suit the
15 screaming'girls start
fifth avenue fire scare.
Rush Prom Building When Smoke
Reaches Their Plour; Damifl
i irtefn giri rsaklni are wing into
sine: from the hu.lding ut No
j West Thirtieth atrce: yelling "fire"
this morning, t trew the fifth menus
prOtUenMS into a comm.n.o i snu
I- ..... n 1 I lilts- aMhsMaselBei fti UdhL.
I is I . i i ' I " MWt f"SS e w eeaej o.-e- i
I ... 1 I , l . i sa i.e. VV. it 'ill I T j 1 U I
Max Fslk Son. ..ccupy .he OWSt
portion of the building wltn t .elr
Stock of trimminue and a'.Us Hh..rt-
ly befari noon gmokg was saoa oomini ,
from cotton hattlni under the counter
The 1e 1 "f n,m Mti to Pul ""i ,
the tiny b!ggg and bU nanda were He-'
vureiy burned Hli I'lutblug srsa also j
hjigg llertha tloldbera. bookkeeper of '
t ie aslgbliahnienli ran mt Into the I
hallway Willi her books. The smoke
sot into the hallway ami climbed to I
the top ' ' "' "" sro
'"'lloyet by the Mel .-lum Kmor.mlery
.Company. Tile girl. lOSl no time In
i , , . .tri rinallvaoma
flfjljj Jbou! UrilSg Is sttVS!
the top floor, whe-e fifteen mils aru
The apparatus came on ths run and
the fire -van ekllhgttlSOOd wit uu,'
nominal dumagen.
Bwirt A I eoiaa le uf Krreh Herf la
. VeiY ( ill lot lis seek aadliia aui,.i..
Uass 44. aesngeS UM ssais sr sssjsL-kkiiT '
' gbnanaVskA J sSsSSk
Decision To-Day Says Laws in
Missouri, Oregon, West Vir
ginia and Arkansas Are Valid.
Charges Fixed for Several Mis
souri Roads Overruled
as Confiscatory.
(Special from a Stag
sat of
The BJweaUaf Weald.)
WASHINGTON, June 11-Strlklng
blow after blow to contentions of rail
way managers In their struagls against
Stats reg-utatron of rates, the United
Statea Supreme court thla afternoon
handed down decisions that aicnoat uni
formly sustained the power of the
States to fix In Iras tats passenger and
freight rates.
There were forty -erlne esses before
tha court coming from Missouri, Watt
Virginia, Arkansas and Oregon. Soma
of them related to rates for frslgtit
traffic and others ware on uniform two-
cents par mile passenger fares. Tha
court took aa the basis of ail Its de
cisions the principles laid down In Jus
tus Hughes's dsclalon of laat week In
the ddsnneeota rate That a State has
the right to fix rates within Its bonders
so long aa ths rata la not below cost or,
to use the legal phrase, so long aa it
doee not conAacata the company's prop
arty. In saeh ease It Is necessary for tha
Court to examine lust what the rail
road property Is worth and whether
the rates as fixed by tha States sllow
a fair margin of profit on actual val
Ons af ths notable outcomes af these
decisions Is to knock out biankst two
cent fare laws. Justice Hughss. when
Governor ot New Tork, vstosd a two
cant fare law because conditions are
not tha same for all railroads silks and
what might be reasonable and Just to
one would not be fair to another.
In the west Vlrg.ma caee a two
cent law waa In question. The Su
preme Court sustained It solsly becauss
as applied to tha Chssspsaks and Ohio
Railroad It Is not confiscatory. If an
othar railroad had been concerned bar
ing different conditions that would
make such a rate confiscatory the de
cision might be revsrssd.
Thla confiscation principle was enunci
ated In deciding the Missouri cases.
Elghtssn railroads running through that
State fought the enforcement of State
regulating commission rates for Intra
state traffic. Ths Sup.sms Court to-day
upheld ths Stats rales In thirteen casea,
but In Ave others declared that the
roads involved could not stand ths re
ductions Imposed without having their
property conn seated. Most of those 1st
ter Unas were small local roads, the
only one of prominence being the Uhl
oago Oreat Weetern.
Ths decision holding ths rates conns-
catory to ths Chicago Ursat Western
was made to apply, by virtue of stipule
tlon bstwssn ths Huts and ths rail
roads to ths Qulncy. Omaha and Kansas
City Railroad and ths St. Joseph and
Grand Islands Hallway.
Ths Court held the ratae valid as
to ths St. Uouls Southwestern, ths
Missouri Pacific, tha St. Loula, Iron
Mountain and Southern, the Wabash,
ths Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul
and the Chicago and Alton.
Practically every trunk line or the
West and South was Involved directly,
and all rallroada ars concerned In
directly. Now the atmoaphere Is cleared. I'n
lees Congress asserts Its Federal power
through new lagtalatlon each of the
forty-sight States can pass laws or
enforce commission regulation fixing
railroad freight and pasasngsr atss
within Its own borders, but svsry rile
so fixed Is subject to review by the
Federal courts on ths question of con
Ona or two roads may obtain ex
emption on ths ground of their costly
construction and scanty rsvsnua justi
fying them to tilgher rates then otbe
innrs fsvorably situated Hues, hut
these sxceptlona will not overthrow
the law so far as aftectlng Unas not
The Hupreme Court pointed out very
distinctly in its opinion to-day that
these conflaeu ry i
invalidate the )ener
exceptions dl 1 not
ral ststute or cotn-
1 :on reguistion
Vt III o'clock the (Supreme Court ad-
I Journed
untll next October Without
,,. ulll ,,,. ,-ase. or passing upon sn
.. . n . II ilfllR II I 111 I f III! I-
i aonllcStlon for a review at the Oonipei!'
contempt of court
' One U I'sss Will Br testeserd
SAX FItAN'IS '(. June l Owen 1
Conn, known as "the eiao.OOn buiglnr."
pl, Hil.tl guilty to-day and will lecelve
9 n ten OS Saturday. His pies ended s
senssiionsl criminal 'areer of two
vaara. rraihlng from Chicago to tho
PsolSa const. Iurln thst time c,mn,
aitordlng to Ills ronfesilon. looted
homes In irosd ilsyllght of over 1100,
Mo WOfth of va'.uablts. He posed ss s
Ihsalrlcal man and lived in rcsiiertshle
i oun was ca.Uured after a running
plttal nght In the street dur.ug which
he was snot In Lie leg.
Mrs. Ka lbs ring Pope, who wss extra
dlted from Detroit under suspicion ot
Slaving been sn acvomplics el coon,
jsas been rslsasej. ....... .
Tiget Declares for Renomina-
tion in Instructions to Down
Police Report.
Doesn't Refute Charges, Only
Gives Opinion of Himself,
Says Chief Inquirer.
"Stand by the Mayor! He's ths best
bat ws'vs got. Waldo doesn't count,
but ths old man must not be hurt!"
Coming straight from Fourteenth
etrset to-dsy to wavsring Tammany
aistrnna, insas airsciions were esia
to have Insured ths decisive dsfsat ot
the Currsn Committee's report, recom
mending tha dismissal of Commissioner .
Waldo, whsn Chairman Henry H. Cur
ran offers his year's study of ths Police
Department to the full Board of Alder
men to-morrow for approval. Ths Tam
many and b-uslon Aldermen gathered In
the rival leaders' rooms In tha City
Hall for final conferences. Ths Fusion
ists privately concede that the report
Is beaten.
It is not so much that Tammany
earss tor Waldo, ons of tha Aldsrmsn
said, as that Tammany sees In ths
Mayor a fighting chsncs for re-election,
snd ths tiger would not provoke Mr.
Oaynor to Jump ths Mayoralty hurdle,
at thla critical monsnt
Minority Leader Dowllng would not
say that ha has ths Fuslonlsts "licked."
but hla activity, hla conference, with
the Mayor and the unanimity of view
expressed by his colleagues betrayed
ths satisfaction Tammany takes In
"standing by ths Mayor."
Chairman Cur ran was In and out of
his office, meeting his colleague, and
taking time to s've out another "state
ment of fact." Ha attacked Commls
slonsr Waldo'a claims of "fairness" to
the Investigators and than gavs out
typewrlttsn .tstements. calling on ths
accused Commissioner to explain. In
part Mr. Currsn said:
"I And no facts ststed In Mr. Waldo a
'answer,' no evidence to refute our
charges. Ths whols thing Is a msrs
statement of hie opinion about himself,
and In that respect resemble the stats
ments of Lieut. Becker. Inspector Swee
ney and others about themselves at the
time that Mr. Waldo referred to these
gentlemen for their Investlgstlon the
Isttsrs written by citizens accusing them
of grafting
"Mr. Waldo saya that these grafting
policemen were 'confidentially' Investi
gated apart from his remarkable
method of handling complaints of
citizens. Where are the reports of
thess 'confidential' Investigations': we
have searched ths department files In
vain for a single paper .bowing a con
fidential Investigation of Becter nnd
Sweeney. Wll) Mr. Waldo produce a
solitary Investigators', report cr a
solitary vouchsr for street car fare to
support his ststemcnt that he confi
dentially Investigated these grafting
policemen" Where Is his evidence?
And If hs 'thoroughly' Investigated
Bscker and Sweeney, how does It
happen that Becker ta In Hlng Sing and
hweeney on Blackwnll's Island? lie
member that Koadlck snd McAdoo
both warned Waldo against Becker
months before Rosenthal was shot."
"But Mr. Waldo says that the com
mittee did net call a. witnesses men
who would teetlfy favorably of the
Police Department," wae suggested to
the chairman.
"How about Oaynor. Waldo and
Sweeney?" he answered. "They wero
wltnessss at great length.
Questioned upon ths chsrges of po
litical bias brought by Commissioner
Waldo. Mr. Curran said: "T tat Is
such twaddle that ' rsfuss to take It
seriously. "
Aldermnn Curran read from tha iec
ords of his commutes an account of
a visit to ths West Forty-seventh
street station when a delegation was
dsnled access to any part of the oulld
Ina but the public room. He quoted
Waldo as having clalmel and exer
cised the right to bar the Aldermen.
Of the seventy-eight votes In tho
Board Fusion has forty-one under or
dinary olraunwlajioes, Tammany ha
thirty-seven. With tne defection of Al
derman BhlSlOJi whose attituje In the
committee ulmoM lt'tlel the ropjr:. and
BeroUgh President Steers, the Fusion
forces are cut to tnlt tv-iiiiie.
Their votes bring Taiiimsny's atreng:
also to thlr.y-nine votes, provided all
membets of ihe n.iard ars prases! an!
Vale, A dead uck would deieut tin
report', adaption. A quorum Is a ma-
joiity fortv members, 'f ike Baroisfli
Presidents remain away, as is likely,
it WSS said to-day. and Tammany mar
shals Its full uuoia me re'OH l
doomed. ' .
Col Hal
MssU Tally
WIDEN S Mustard
I Salad Dressing
Iky adding vinegar
poos wltk Bottle.
hnmity Reached Breaking
Point Five Days Before Mys
terious Knife Thrust.
AT ODDS OVER $2,000.
Co-Informer Held Money Put
Up as Bail for Zelig After
i . i r-v . I.
, . , . . ..w, turning sgalnst Webber, have promfssl
SHsre a few minute, after mldnlht.to apDar namet wltn,,g
on Saturday mornlne;, when an at- ths foreclosurs proceedings ars taken
tomot was made by a wlirned little
knlfo wlelder to kill Brldgle Webber,
the gambler and one of the quartet o
Informers acalnst former Police Lieu
tenant Charles Becker, detectives
have een using every endeavor to
Obtain ail me incia iwi'i
bitter enmity between Webber and ,
Harry Vallon another ot the un-
aavory four srhoa, tea.imony helped I
to put uecger wiuuu mo wsuu-
the electric chair.
This enmltv. beginning at the time that
Webber and Vallon. together with Jack
Boss and Sam rJchepps, wers hsld as
wltnssses In the West Side Jail, leading
to a personal encounter between the tw.-
men there snd culminating In a audden
move on the part of Vallon to forecloee
a mortgage on Webber's Bulllvan County
farm, cams to a Sghtlng Issue Just nve
days before Webber got the knife thrust
In ths back aa hs was walking eariy
Saturday morning from Bam raui e mim
Continental on Second avenue to the
aubwsv station st Astor Placs.
The full story of this blttsr hatred
between the two Informers, having, aa
It doss, a slenl0.car.t bearing upon tha
attempt on Webber'e life, runs this way:
A very handsome farm nsar Falls
burg, .Sullivan County, stands In the
name of Charlea Webber, a brother of
Brldgts. though Brldgle Webber U
known to be the real owner. Before
tha murder of Herman Roe n tha I thla
farm was the favorite week-end pil
grimage point for Webber, Sam Scheppa,
Big Jack Zellg, Roee and all who.e
namea ware linked subsequently with
the murder of the gambler.
Before the Rosenthal murder Charles
Webber borrowed 11,000 from Vallon
and gave him a mortgage on this farm
as security. At the time Big Jack Zsllg
was Jailed on ths charge of carrying
concealed weapons, his arrest arising out
of a shooting In Chinatown. Zsllg sent
word to Charles Becker, as ths test!
mony In ths trial of the latter brought
out, that he must be balled out Imme
diately. The National Surety Company
went on the ball bond of 110,000 and
was guarantaed by private donations of
soveral of ZelU's friends.
Hrldgls Webber put up $4,000 and
Harry Vallon' a name stood opposite a
S2.U0Q guaranlse. It was generally
known among the eelect circle. In
which Vallon moved that he didn't
have a penny to bless hlmsslf with.
and that Wsbbar had loaned him the
11.000. lu.t so that he could "make a
showing" bsfors his frtsnd Big Jack.
When Zellg was shot dead by "Red
Phil" Davidson last summer, Webber
and Vallon were then being held aa
wltneeees in ths eBcker trlsl. Vallon
than lnstructsd Bsrnard Sandler, bis
counsel, to recover the U.000 be bad
"contributed" to the ball bond of Zellg
and after the bond was vacated by an
order of ths court, Ssndlsr turned over
the money to Vallon.
Then came the break between Web-
has and Vallon. Webber Instantly
claimed the IJ.000 that Sandler (had re
tamed to Vallon, ssylng thst Vailon
knew perfectly well thst ths money
... in reality his and that hs had only
loansd It to Vallon In order that hs
viht aet his nams among ths contrib
utor, in ihe Zellg ball. Vallon, ths
money In his pockst, laughingly told
iv.hher to collect If hs could.
Then the wr came together In the
corridor of the jail and fought all over
the noor. Jack Ross and Bam Scheppa
n.id to ory them apart. Tnougn tne
rumor spread that ths two Informer.
nad uuarrellid, ths rssl cause of their
enmity Is hsrs rsvesieo zor ine nrez
Very recently Vallon demanded of
wbber that he return the
G- jkw JP J
Goods Carclully Packed
or Express to All Parts.
Sneclal far Mend
r . ... . UW a. salsa-
ul BILTJ 1 11-1 . )V
Snaaesllea lor Monday
i KliM 1. lr. MKNTHB ll.M- ss te a
dellshtfui eea.Uteacr ad a
i fl,ir: ,e CsK
""VotM. BOX 1V
Corrcr West Prosdws
Corrsr Church Street
Park Row and Nassau
At Qtv Hall IVk
Corner Centra Stent
11.000 he hsd borrowed a ysar ago npon
the mortgags given on the farm.
ber refused, snd when tha note fsll days
Isst Monday Vsllon Instructed his
lawyer, Ssndlsr. lo bring forsclesnrs
pro. ceiling- In the Supreme Court af
Montlcrllo. the county seat of Sulllvab
Brldgle Webber, who waa then III
Montlcello, loudly proclaimed that this
11,000 loaned by Vailon to brother
Charles was hi reality hla money; that
he had given It to vsllon to lean to
his brother out of a delicate respect
for nenther Charlaa'a feellrure.
"I'vs got a poll In this town,"
ber cried, "snd If that bum Vallot
comes hers I'll hava him arrested
But last Tussday Vallon and Bandlft
appeared In Montlcello and there 1
no srrests. Ths case was set on W. . ,
calendar for last Thursdsy ami ValVbnJ
remained In town until that time. TlWf
the court proceedings wsrs put over
until this week. I
"I know that Vallon can establish a
sorts of sn alibi for himself If ha hf
to," aald Sandler to-day. "I know J
was either In Montlcello or at BorouV
Psrk on Saturday morning." I
J Jack Rose and Sam Scheppa, alf.
in court. i.
Webber, still at the Polyclinic Hos
pital, where he was removed from s
Vlncsnt's Hospital on Saturday, Was re
ported to-dsy to be on ths fair rosd tn
I recovery, although the wound In his
shoulder Is very painful. The do -tors
,Rid to-day it will be a week before h.
van be moved from the honpltal and his
brother's farm at Kallsburg, up ths
Lieut. Hennessey snd Dstertlvs Har
vey of tha Fifth atrret station, who
are on the trail of Webber's assailant.
In a lengthy Interview with the Injured
man yesterday, obtained certain Infor
mation which they believe will be ct
material aid to them. Webber still
Insists hs did not know tha man who
stabbed him, though ths detectives have
Information of recent happenings In
Webber's lire whlcb points directly to
one of two man as the one who triad
to assassinate the little gamblsr.
Webber told the detectives he did not
realise hs had been stabbed until "Dol
lar John" Larvger. who accompanied
him from Sam Paul s new cafe on Sec
ond avenue to the subway at Aster
placs, aaw the hilt of tha knife sticking
from his back, after the under-alaed
kid" who had dona tha stabbing dis
appeared in a tenement doorway mid
way on the block of Eighth street be
tween Second and Third avenues-
The wounded man also insisted that,
his assailant must hava been
youth of tha neighborhood who
notoriety and the gratitude of some of
tht boys ot the avenue" by removing
Ths detectives And ons ot ths puxsjlni
featurea of tha caae In ths circumstance
that "Dollar John" was with Webber
whsn the attack waa mads. Webber
doubtless had every reason to feel seour-
Ity, svsn In the territory where his sne-
ite mn inn. a. he waa. in ths com
pany of t,anger, for the latter, through,
close political affiliations and by virtfa
of his poaltlon aa handler of ths "dough
hag" at slection times. Is a power on
Second avenue. The man "Dollar John"
choose) to like others must at least re
spect, so ths unwritten lew ot ths
avenue runs.
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