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POISONED WELL TO
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Killer of Raritan, N. J.,
Gets Him In Bad.
i T i i Mrr iitw im lilt
Piris Green is Found in Well
After He's Tricked Into
; Shooting Own Dog.
Actress Who Defended Husband
and Youth Called Incompetent
(II; Kill to Th Krmtm WinH.I
OMT:nVIL.t.E, K. J.. June lS.-There
art many obvlou differences between
the late lamented Jullue Cantr end
sin iroH. omuia uow i.aivnrr
arltan, liut their fatea are Identical In
dlts of th multlt nil- and each loft the
favor of the fl"hl ponulare and brought
bout hi downfall through over wh-lm-Inir
It la b!1 of 'tiling that he saMred to
the crown. Of Jo in Or. we It la the con
tention of tho ma of hla fellow Itarl
t aniens that he nsplrtd to be a police
man. It erne tltrgagh 'hut noMe aspira
tion tli a t he win lnilurrd to accept hy
way of a preliminary etep toward thin
high offlco the post o Dog Catcher Kx
traonbnary and ('nnmc Kxti-rminator of
hla village. And It wns throuirh hla ac
tivities In thin OUKlngUlatstd "lll i..tt
ha now repost'a In the County Jail In
BomervlDe i harxeii with having ipr.nk
led larzc quantities of Pari, green In a
well much used by hla neighborly enemies-
At the outact It were well to atatc
that Ofoac has emphatically denied the
charge. The And till of u quantity of Ihe
deadly poison In hla rooma did not per
turb hi n In hla denial. lie got the
tuff for gardening purpoeeS, he main
tains, anil whoever potMtMd the Well
mutt have stolen the atuiT from big
premises. Dffg pi la big denials lie hau
been held In !."' ball.
LONGED TO BE TOWNSHIP PO
LICEMAN. Oroae, who II aiual ami thickset, came
to Raritan some eighteen years ax"
with hla equally SgUntty nnd phlegmatic
wife and Bottled In the colony of Slav;',
and Hungarians thai pnpillntaa the
lower half of the townahlp, lie worked
for many years :n the machine ahopa
before he was seized wltli the ambition
that Mas to he hla undoing.
Into politics be went. It mattered
little will' h side, ao Ion:; as he was eom
mlaaloncd to harannue his people and
lead them to the ballot boxes. Thro wn
hla generous ggnipalfgthgj many a vole
was turned to favor some one of the
town's khinlng lights In the upper MM -tlon
of the city who was tuiuiln-t for
some nftice of another.
About two years ago the town fathers
decided that something must be done
to check the ravages o.' the IhOUinndl
of dogs that roamed the s: reels, appat
ently unowned. threatening during h t
weather to destroy tne town With hjilio
The Township Committee adopted an
ordinance ordering all unmuzsied d igs
found on the street during the euiii.ii..'
months to be shot with out notice. Then
tho committee looked around for a
likely randl'late fur the office of janlnt
executioner. There was no rush for
the eia e, but gome one susm-eled Oroae
nd hla police ambitions. He was an
proache,l und It was pointed out that
neat to being one of Ruritan's Ave blue
coals iiotbing could be pref cranio to
the nice new post ot Poii Catcher.
HE BEGINS BY SHOOTING PRIZi
Hla dutlea really began last anminer,
when he waa handed it shotgun by tile
Township Committee ami told to go on;
and shoot every unmUagled dug in sight
The first crack out of the box Qrogg
marched thTOOlb the Qnoat resident! I
avenues In the town and exo- uteJ ha.f
a dogen hliihly Valued animals, Includ
ing a J-'" prize winning collie and a
ouple of cute Utile I'omeratiian.
Being atr.- Uy wiuilj tne letter of his
orders eSror WUI merely advised 10 de
vote hit attention In future to cutting
,'own the ngegg of itrsy dogg In the
' foreign qiarier and leave tin rich peo
ple' pets alone for a While. Urosc tot
lowed instr.i t ons und big popularity
among hi" fellow Slave quickly waned.
In far', afi.r be hod shot a bundrod
more do. belonging to Ills IsltoW coun
trymen Quae found 1 : a political
and suial outcast.
Tho climax cams nrhan s ne of bit
neighboring enemies played a trio Ibnl
It belli vei by the poll.-, to have fur
nished the mol v. for tlroe.-'s alleged
poison plot. 0)1001 wos eomlng home
one day late last summer from one. of
his Jog bunting snpedltlona. He had his
shot gun over his ahOUtdef and was
nearly home whin suddenly Ids own
dog. his particular prld t and d illght,
came bounding out of the home grounds
where be w is kept chained and fawned
with glee at Orogc'a feet.
Arose starts 1 to take his Hog home,
but he was confronted srtth doisng of
his angry neighbors, many of, whoa) had
lost tin Ir pels through his activities.
It TRICKED INTO KILLING HU
"Tour dog Is loose without a muzzle,"
they shouted and acreained In his eara.
"You must shoot him. It Is your duty.
We will report you to the Com iusslon
srs and you'll never be a pullcenwn.
Shoot your dog. Hhoot him."
Orose saw the trick. Soma one had
lot bis dog loose In revenge. There was
but one thing for him to do and lie
did It, even while his pet was licking
affectionately at hla boots and barking
Joyous wel.-nme. As the dog fell with
f load of buckshot In Its head Orose
gtckod up the limp, warm carcass, ran
ag am9 f-JtL.
-n Avalt1r SyIB-" ' 1 I
ss sell ! eg I Sl.1 le J. VsssP'
HAS HER SON 10 J?jL
WEDOEO AHTRESS W " JP
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CARS LEAVE RAILS, DECENT ALDERMEN i TWO REVEAL PLOT
BUT 75 PASSENGERS REBUKED CURRAN, TO LOOT SAFE OF
ESCAPE, UNINJURED, GAYNOR DECLARES PALACE THEATRE
Cigar Store Robbers Confess
and Tell How Plan for Big
Haul Went Awry.
ELEVATOR MAN WHO
is willed $m,m
Special Train for Bar Harbor
Wrecked in Massachusetts
RUNS ON CROSS TIES.
Engine and Private Car Alone
Remain on Track No
One Is Hurt.
Admits "Little Partisan Com
mittee" Embarrassed Him as
He's Teaching Police.
Mayor Oaynor was asked tn-dnv If he
had anything to say regarding tho de
feat of the Curran Investigating Com
mittee) report by the Hoard of Aldermen
yesterday The Mayor grinned content
odl, retired Into hla "study" and short
ly afterward came forth this statement:
"No, I have nothing particular to
aay about It My efforts to gradually
tsaeh the nollee fores and lift It UP
VOVrnU Mas... Juna II -A special fc . bgttM hav. been greatly
train of Pullman cars, bound from New i embarrassed by this little partisan Al
Torh for Bar Harbor, Me., waa wrecksd 1 dormanlo Committee. But all tho while
ACCOMPLICE IN HOUSE
Lender's Intuition That Police
Were After Them Made
Them Drop the Job.
one-hslf mils south of tho Oranltsvllls
station, on tho Boston and Mains Rail
road, near hero, early to-day. The seventy-five
passengers wero shaken up.
but no ons was Intured. All but one of
tho nine cars Isft tho rails.
Tbs cause of the wreck will hare to
bo determined by an Investigation. Ac
cording to Engineer C. W. Ooodfleld,
tho train was rounding a curve at a
speed of about forty miles sn hour
I have gone on from day to day teach'
Ing the police and also weeding out
the old graftars from authority among
"It Is of no use for me to complain
about the embarrassments ahlrh I hsve
had to meet. The atrocious thing waa
to call miserable nld male and female
crtmlnnla before the committee to tell
their twenty-year-old tab-a 1 felt cer
tain that ib decent men In the lionrd
of Aldermen would not stand for such
business, any more than the people of
ed effort was hound to burst Into a
thousand pieces In the end. and that Is
what has happened.
been worked out In the p .11 e forcg
I during the last three nnd OHO-hall yesrs.
I Home cases of gvaftllli: w !, I ' lorid.
! Certainly that was no surprise to iheicnh street,
community. DM w'e not all I. now thit'only because
there hid been grafting for some years, experience Intuitions of
and did we not nU statt In to do away
Willi It as fast us we could'.'
"Hut let it now be remembered .that
everv case of nrnft disclosure has come
Mrs. Hanson Proves That Wal
ter Drank Too Much and
( iave Things Away.
SARATOGA. June IS. -The dilti allies
lew i twsntyffl ir-year-old Walter j
la Hanson and his mother, Mr?. Aimre
L, Hanaog of Brooklyn and Saratoga,
which bet in iat fall shortly attar ihe !
young mun married Henrietta ReuULj a
vaudeville, nitre", have culmlnilcd In
the mother having her son declare! an
Incompetent ay reaor of habitual
This means she will not have, to sur
render to him a $:,o.0ii legacy from his
grandfather. Th" young man is sine to
Inherit i'(V)UU at the death of his
mother. This mmey will tome from
tho Li land Stanford estate. Mis. Han
son waa a niece of Mr.-. .Stanford.
Young Hanson was at a Harlem
vaudeville theatre about Nov. 1 and
heard Miss PUUttl aim;. He occupied
a box and she sang to him a sons In
which there was a line, "O, what a
UoaUtlfu) dream you seem."
Hanson had known the singer since
ahu us a child, but hud neve, thoua'u
,,f Invlna her until lbs san ihst song
to him. TOM li" d
that he would HKe to have
to him for tho res
NEARLY 800 DEGREES
GIVEN OUT BY YALE
AFTER PARADE TO-DAY
when all but the locomotive and ttie I til-s olty. Toe whole partisan nnd wb k-
roar oar left the rails and bumped over
the lies for several hundred yards be
fore being stopped. The baggage and
mall oars broke away from the reet
of tho train and rolled along the edge
of an embankment. The buffet smoker
took a fifteen-foot plunge down the
bank, but the porter, who was the only
occupant at tho time, escaped with a
Tho prlvnte car of Mrs. O. F. Board- i
man of New York, the rear car of tbs
train, remained on the rails.
Ths fact that an accident had occurred
did not become known to many of I he
passengers until some time after the
train had been brought to a standstill.
The train left New York at s.Ul last
night, half an hour In ndvunca of the
regular Har Harbor Kxtiress. Tbs reg
ular train was notified of the wreck and
proceeded to the Ornnitet llle Station
by way of Nashua. N. II.
The passengers from the wrecked train
were transferred to the Kxpress, whKh
proceeded half an hour It: advance of
the regular State of Maine Kxpress.
! The derailed train, designated b rail
road officials a an "antra." was run
ning on tne reuular time of the liar
Harbor express, ShlOh ordinarily Is nit
put In operation until June Zll. As the
t 1 a Hi e to Mount DonOTl began earlier
than usual this year, the epeclal was
put In service.
With the realisation thst the ''sooeil"
of their one time pal and confederate
hid brought them fscs to ISM with
certain conch tlon and a possible Iwen- j
t-year sentence in rtlng Sing, Charles
Trnsx. twenty-six years old, of No. 5M
West Forty -second street, and Phillip
Tremfhley, alius Fred Clark, also twenty
six, of No. :.' West Thirty-ninth street,
to-day threw themselves upon the
mercy of Judge Swann nnd (old before
nn sudlence that packed the Qgnsral
Sea-lona Courtroom the full story of
their porta In the se. lea of United
Cigar stores robberies early this spring.
Tiling, utged on by Assistant Dig
trlct-Attol net Helehlllity all,l the JiiiIk '
i himself, revealed the pigeei of his crim
ing! taroor, lolling with Innnlle drtsll
ff H H HR. WHlamal nSM I
"Wl can now all mom I Of a il"on or MOft rofebtflM In thin
and hop lh nr.'iit rcfoitm WtUeH l.nx,,,tv Rtu) r.iiiho'ti. ut Hi lolj, too, of
fie rt"nurKii.Mr plan tli.it was laid to
iol t tin Imx Ofltot of i f N-w PAlMM
TkcfttN on BfOAdW v nar Korlv rv
pMsttl lli.it vvput imtiav
f Ibt roint)nH of thr
. . .at .
nrvitstis A.tsio M n
.Ii.hniiv" dray, Hie partner Who was uf.
tOTWard to prOVO n "siiuealer,"
"I wns out of a ,!ob In Dseonibsi ,
ltd:.'." Trunk Uennn, "whan l was lotto-I
AS A REWARD FOR
SAVING BOSS'S LIFE
r om tho vlewpotnt of a
Itaa.nn cotd eaoh at has t
tin years age flalosnon waa
boy snd general factotum for
.1. Kleley, n manufacturer of i
materlalt with a Macs of
No. 10 arosnwfcrh avenus.
and a residence at Arvirna la, I.
mon wsa getting N a week snd tttsYJ
little prospect of advances
Ons morning Datomou sj
ths aids walk an front of th
Klsley drew up Ir. hla not irniMlo.
as tho in.C i Hirer rtepf od to
s dewaik a ma.i lurking In a
sprsng out slth a long stiletto
rushed upon him It la understood thM
Kleley's asaailant wag a forotgMf
whom h had discharged fee ti his aJOgys
try satats snd who wa nrurlshtng
Kleley's .- ssalisnt wss I ist raising Mg
dirk to ourv It In the mtni.act
back when .lalonon )umsil 1 1 tho I
,ii. With, one swipe of th br.sUO
i f the 1 ro im b swept 'Jtt hnlTo
the man's haij snd. revert ,)t :as ms.
provteed we i pen, he iru.tgh: tho
wooden handle ecr.ies the d.- i h irdlers
head an I laid hln out.
"I'll nevr 'orget yon for IV. " Kkfsr -to'd
his rescuer "ftorre day I tfegat
show yog my gintllude.'
only a few days ago tilers -aaso two
letter from Kleley'e attorneya Ogs
noum'ng Salomon's old employs
tenth an I Informing the former oAfo
boy thst he had been loft CMtM
Hnlomon was unleclded to-day what
to do with his wealth He talked of
trip round the world for one thing.
"Nutnlog doing." put In Mrs. gak-
mun. "If I hsvs my wsy wa wtll bop
tliis nai nuiioinx, invest ine ran or saw,,
mnn live on our Income and raise g '
big family." 4
LINER SINKS A SCHOONOt ,
Mlehasi Uep.rle,l Have
I'laee Off Ule Islawal.
BtMTON. Mass.. June is. Tho
i. n I. Ine steamer Hagamors ran
snd sank the Uloucestor
schooner Otympla off Hable Ii
yesterdny morning, according to g
patch recslved here to-day.
The message did not state
ths crew of the fisherman waa sv
The Hsgamore wa bound front
don to this port and Is due to
from the Hp of men and women whose I du"ed In John Orgy by a mutual friend. t-JCVilttir BOV RCCfiiVCS & In
gambling hpUOSO nml vile nOUOOl were i knew t el Qrgy ha I s re'itatlon us a
lierttancfl of $200,000 as
Mark of Gratitude
seized by the Police Commissioner snd
put out of business, livery .-Ingle dis
closure his been the result of the P dice
Commissioner doing bis duty. If these
proprietor" bad never been put nut of
business they never would hue said s
"And othe proprlotoM are now threat
snlng the police with disclosures If thy
dure to touch than, lct them ull come
on. W'e are ready fur them."
ONE DEAD. FOUR DYING
IN LAKE SHORE TRAIN.
Graduates March Through New
I In ven Green as Chimes Play
'Onward, Christian Soldiers '
N1CW IIAVKN, Conn., June IS.-To
nearly vw young men of Vol the doors
of the university swung outward to-day
and the broad world lay beyond. Kach
bou his degree from the alma mater aa
he I tapped over the tlireshhold of Wool
soy Hall and Joined the ranks of tile
The final exercises on the commence
ment programme were iiuld tills fore
noon, being preceded by the long proces-
slon of the corporation feilows, the fac
ulties and the candldaieh for degree", nil
led Immediately oa u,:" go"", sou vtNumn was
her slug ItlsOTsnOg M vanugrOUt OOUri and marc! ed
01 their lives. Hi I through New iiiimii Urssn while the
followed her to Philadelphia, w mere aue iimeo 01 iniuii maagwa wsam
went to boon a professional sngagsmant, CbrlgtUn Soldiers."
and they were manktl on election day. There were conferred by Prcs'dent
Mrs Hanson, the bridegroom's mother. Hndley 'i-. dttgrees of bachelor of arts,
w is anything tur pu.ised with thgtn bgcholor of phlloaophy, U master of
match her son had n.. de. and did not ; nrts, 17 bachelor of lava. M doctor of
hcsltale. to espies be fSOllOgS. How- I philosophy, H bgeholor Of divinity, while
eer, t.ia young couple said they were other degree brought the total to JiiT,
purtectiy hnppy and began housekeep-1 wlh II honorary oius oonfarrad in ai
mg at No. tin Csntral Pgrtf west. Idltton.
'I lie yoUU man sued his moiher to ro-! Tne OSudldataa for the honorary de
caln the 0".0uo he had inherited from 1 grees WON pre,, nte.i by ''ro'' Wo.jb.ey.
his gran tfather and given her to keel
l-njrjricvr Killed in Wreck Near
Kalamazoo and Conductor
KALAMAZOO, Mich.. June U. Kn
I glnosr Kueneyuft wis klllo.1, thiee
I others will die and eight suffered ne
i vere Injuries to-day when a nortli
j be ti nd Lake Shore passenger train
1 ornghog into work train on a biding
I lust north of this cltv. Tne Injure I
were ruwhed to Kaluniuz,,., Hospitals.
Cohdiietor 1 ook of the pdHseng. r
train received a frgOtUrgg skull sygtn
hff was hurled through 'he door of hla
cur winn the trains crashed. He may
die. The Q reOtan saved hla life by
The other known Injun d are: En
gineer of the work tru'll, name not
iearnadi Mis. Trum Huntloy, dhsrwood,
Mich.) Bradley Pullor, Olsvsland; Wil
liam Wadel, Mrs. Rob a DldoU,
Clavslandi w. .s. Qodfrovi Or and
Uapids, Mich.; 0. Van tlueidy. Cleve
land; Mrs. Karl Ad! Plain WSll, Clsvs.
laud; Mrs. II. Arthur, Cloveland, and
Chris TOU nga Kulamaxoo.
$250,000 GRM THEFT
CLUE FROM PRISONER.
DouRherly, Cropsey and Ciptain
CotiKlilan Stirred by Inlerview on
SiiiKins PawiiMiop Robbery.
After nlkl-ig three hour" with Abra
ham Sandier of No. M BrlatOt gtrsot
Brooklyn, who lmd jusi pleaded guilty
to robbery In the second degree In
Kings County 'Vmrt, Pcpiity Police
Commissi oner Dough srty, nistri t-At-
tornoy Cronos y nnd Capt. Coughlan of I bsry or so in
; the Hrool.lyu o ti tlve st.iif si
I with eich other and Mr. Dougherty
handcuff d handler to himself and took
Mm to Manhattan In an automobile.
While nobody waa oomgtUnl atlve.
Sandbr Is believed In have gtyag valu
I able Information regarding the robbery
1 of the Simons pgwnahop in Hester
street several month nun. when nearly
ipiarter of million dollara' worth of
pawned lew lig was stob n.
ggndlsr was in Haymond atraol Jail
Alien the robbery was committed, but
a few days ggo he wrote to DlOtrlOt
Attomsy Whitman, who Ssnt the letter
to Mr. C 10 posy, in it was an Intima
tion that Sandler OOUld till a lot of
things gbOttl 'ho SI lis DUfgl rg,
AUTHOR JANVIER DEAD.
She retuliaud with un uppllcatiuii to
have him declined inc impelent to man
age bis person ai d esilu on the ground
of Ills habits. The Inst healings tg hOI
uppluu'.i were In New York. T.lc
tlniil banrlnga Wara in Saratoga.
Meanwhile there was a reconciliation
between "loite r and (3,1 und he . no
In a samp in Canada, wlillber he Vent
ai his mother' i raojueat.
At the oargtOgg b arlgg friends of
the young n&O testified that IhjOg ho.1
heaid blm nay lie intended "drinking
until hu died." Tliey said thut Indul-at-nce
of tii.it sort hud impaired his
health and hat lie had given a , ay an
sutoinoblle and Othl V valuables.
Young Mrs. Ilghgag resisted her
mother-Ill-law's afforlg to have her
Vuung husband placed under control,
but a Jury yecteruay found In favor uf
liaison's father died several yenrs
SHu, He was a prosperou business
nun and lag Hanson home at No. H
Clinton a .onus Is one of th finest In
rankled In the man's mind all winter.
Now that the hot Mouther has returned
It was ti ne for Grose to renenv his shot
gun rrusndu and he was received on
every s de with bladk scowls and taunt.
Among hla chief tormentors wss a fam
ily of close neighbors whom Cross had
always ssupected of playing the trick
,wlth his beloved pot dog last summer.
Thla family marl nntoila nmm nt ,h.
. bis houss and shut hlmsslf up for i goog wu ,r tb, Groi un. Other
enemies also drew many buckets of
4j waa thla that M believed ha have ( water there aaah day.
They were as follow
Master o.' Aits Daniel Cluster
French, SOUlOtOf and resident of llos
lou; Harvey Ultohlag, Vale, '111, pro
feeaOr in the Harvard medical school I
Howard Manageld, Vale 'TI, lawyer, of
New York, and trustee uf the Metru
polltan Museum uf Finn Arts; (leorge
Dudley Seymouro of New Haven, a
lander In the movement to beautify
Poctof of Science Arthur Amos
Ifojjrea. arofagsor at Maaagohggotts
Instltuts of Teohnology, boston i sam
iiei Waudell wniiatoii, profoaaoy ol
puleiint ilogy at the 1'nl. ersily of
Uoclor of Divinity Arthur lutfaoh
BroWtt, aoorotnry of the Presbyterian
Hoard of Foreign Mltillflg Uoyd Vin
cent, gala or, Hianop of nouthsrn tihiOi
and presiding blstiup of the Prouslant
Hplauopai L'huruhl Joseph Hopkins
Twiciieii, Vale, ', of Hartford, unm
Ma resignation recently aentor fellow
of Vale oorporatlofl ami inUmgta friend
ot the Igte Haniial I Clontgna iMarh
Doctor of Ixttter Alfred Moygg
I . . K a . e 1. the pottl.
Doctor of Laws Samuel Oscar Pren
tice, Vale, 'TI, chief Justice of Connecti
cut; Jon. i tiller Hil.beii. president of
Princeton University; David Franklin
Houston, ssrrstsry of agriculture.
LARGEST GRADUATING CLASS
AT WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY.
MIDDLKi'OWN, Conn., June U.
Wsslsyan University, through Its presi
dent, near. Dr. ahagblia, M-day
ferred degrees In courses upon ninety
six men, the largest olgai gl uny rum-
men cement in the institution'! hlatory.
i if the awards, tliirty-three were buch- j '
ior ot setsnce, Bfiy-one bachelor
nrts. algSt of nsaSter of aits and foil
master of si lesV e.
The honurary degrees conferred were
Doctor of LawaBishop i. other wn
aon of New York; Charles H. Judd, 'Mt
of ihe Dnlreralty of Chioago.
Matter of Arte Hobart U. Tr.iesdeil,
prim ipai of the Connecticut Literary
Doctor or Divinity- Dean U I II. n
niy of the itosmn S(hool of Theology,
itev. L, c. Murdoek, eje, distrlot super
Inn intent of Hie Wyoming ConfaronOa,
goranton, Pu ; itev. r, 0 Rlonards
pastor of, Simpson Memorial Church,
Brooklyn, N, V.
NINE NOTED MEN HONORED BY
PHILADELPHIA, luue It. Nine men
riotisl in the world Of i in a and lif
ters, among them iler-e WgehlngtOg
fjoathata, chief engineer of the Panama
Canal, Were given honorary degrees ut
the liTtii commenoemont of th Unlvor
sity of Pennsylvania, winch was held
in the Hstropolltan Opera House gars
to-day. Colonel (Joethc.ls was given I )
degree oT do tur of laws. The same
dinrie was conferred Upon Henry P.
Davison, the author of s'neral books on
education nnd scientific top 08 and a
prominent resident of Cbeater County,
The other honurary d grees conferred
were: MUtei of Arts. Dr. Ilctuy B. I
Pan' oast, Philadelphia.
Doctor of Science Dr. Kmory It.
' Johnson, a professor at th l.'inversity
I of Pennsylvania; Dr. Paul P. Cret ol
1 the university; Dr. Wiliner Ktnne, I
Philadelphia; Dr. Kdward T. Ileichcrt, I
Philadelphia, and Kdwaid V. d'ln.ll-
Sight hundrsd and fifty-three etu-
daau ware graduated. i
Mr Wa the First lu Put I lie I harm
uf QswOnVrloh llla- Inlo Word.
Thomas AllibonO Janvier, the a ill. or,
died to-day In tho SioWsr Hospital after
a short illness. A few ilny ago a mal
ady which up to thai time had not been
onaldered .serious took a luin for tnu
WOreO. Sir. IsaTw wm sai wui inn i
Mooreatown, n ,
I Mr. Janvier v.us known chiefly as a
writer ol tine etorlea about Hoglco a. id
(fen lurs City, He was born In Phllg
; delpbia J"iv '' "' Huguenot uv
: eottt, Alter oumplotlng hbi eduoatloa
1 lie spent sonic years in business nnd in
journalism In ins native city, Ills Brat
piltillca'loll to brim, bun any l.uown as
n w riter w as a act to of Btoriug called
Mi. Jaini WSJ one of the Drsl
au'hoia lo put the eubtte, Indefinaoli
gtmu ;iherc and charm of (iroenwlch
Village into irords. He eom ihad over)
Street and lahu of ill ( ate:' MeW Vol..
tor antiquarian lore and romanoa. Th
rsulta Ol his study ate found m bis best
known book, 'in "id New fork."
Mr. Janvier's WurKa Include; "The
Vstic Tieieiie Houre," ' St ,r,. s of ul l
I New gpalni rhe I'nele f an Angel
bad man from the Wist, and when he
asked me if I wanted to make some
money I sgld 'yen.' He told me SOW
Saay It wua to UOVI n safe und make '
a riean getaway with a bank mil n.
Mal.l we ohght to roll n bunk and make
a big haul, but that It would tnke a lot
of money to set the tool needed for
am h ii Job He suggested that I Join
Willi Mm and nnothor fellow, Itnlpb
QoOdWin, In il acnes of smitll roblx l ies
up in Connecticut to raise enough money
to buy tools for a big job.
"Our Prst Job was a safe up In Stnm
furd. but we were unsuccessful, We
maue several trips in COttgOOtlCUl und
were more or loOS iUOOeeOf Ui, but we
never seemed tu get enough gentry to
gether to nave a fund to buy these tools
for (he bank Job Hint Hi ay wa nlwsys
After recounting a number of safe
blowings In Connecticut and in butchc
StlOpO In the i lly, Truax told bOW they
arne to laka up 'the clgnr store Jobs.
Then cuine another Connecticut Job
or two nnd a slrny butcher shop r ill-
New- York, and finally
k h.ihd ilruy's proponitlon lu rob the PgtgOd
"It was during Hie week Hint Sarah
Bern hard I was playing there,'' Trunk
said, "und we knew tne receipts were
MGpgy proposed that we blow the
Safe In tii bug office where they must
deposit each night's rec lpt. Clark
was told off to uy u ticket to th
show for that night and lu hide under
the seals und let us In late taut glgUI
when we guve the algnul from out
side. The watahmaa was to be ippe,i
over the brim, atiung up with peine
wire and gagged.
"Orgy went up ,i a store on Seventh
a van us above Fiftieth stnet to buy the
Mre ,v, needed slid 1 giot hltg g It 'Oild-
way mid Klltieth street at ii g'eloofe,
i found him nervous and whit faoad
nnd In) kept looklnj back 0V0I Ida
"Whale the mailer with ou?" I
" 'I koI a bunch Ihe bulla are after
us,' he suhl. I ss.ied blm why he
thought go and In- and he lust felt It
afhsn he came out of the store where
we bought tb, pi, inn wire. Orgy a.nd
11. would havi lo poetpone the tin stre
job ami we got hold of Clurk, who was
In the show, and best II lo 111 hotel
on i-'ort. -s-eoici iirort, near heventh
uenui We found some one bad Hipped
the telOpbunS wire leading from our
Tii. iill were after us aii right, ou
py, cllmbeil out the ba k window, down
,),. fire i i ! si:, t'd for Cognoo"
ll ml "
Ths wore ininiindesi for sentence
The gratitude ot an eld employer
whose life he bad saved has changed
the world for Stanton Salomon and his
ye ing wife Minnie, who live with thdr
lust bOVn baby son m No. S00 Nunla
avenue, Jereey City, from Ihe drudgery
of hla dally life as an elevator nian In
Ihe Hudson Terminal Hull ling In Hobo-
kun the twenty-four-j ear-old Salomon
Ice to coed yeoj a, ton to aracg ym:&
saw Dswsk kai
WUlg Rgoo CosToo, Oilw Mg. s
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