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POLICE SEEK TWO MEN IN TRUNK MYSTERY
FINA1
1. EDITION aW
r -tri TaeeaVer, prohablr
PRICE ONE GENT.
HOE
I
Ail
1 NAME
TO HELP RUN THE POLICE
Announced Positively, How
ever, That Successor to Waldo
Has Not Been Found.
GROEHL TO BE DEPUTY.
Fosdick and Loeb Attend i
l uncheon With Mayor-Elect j
and District-Attorney.
I
i
At the conclusion of conference
bttwean Mayor-c'rc. Mitchel and
H'strlrt-Attornfy Whitman this af
lemoon, at which the Police Depart-1
pent was the main subject of dl
ctiuloni It was announced authorl-j
tatlvly that Mr. Mitchel has made!
no ejection of a man for tho office
or Tollco Commissioner. However,
the '-(-inference, which took place
over lunih-pii nt the Whitehall
"'lilv nroUffht forth the anuounre-m-nt
that Frederick J Oroehl, one
nf Mr whitman? 'deputttt, is to be
n. inter i Ither first or oeeond Deputy
Police Commissioner. ,
William Loeb fr . former Cilie.'toi "t the
Port, and Raymond n Foodtek, who has
been nient.oriet as tne possible hoice
fui roii Commission and w .o denied
that ie '.ad been iiffetai the Job, sal .it
the table with Mr. Whitman and Mr.:
Uitche for I time. It was ggplglnod
i list they Jut! liappened lo be lunching
at the Whitehall Club.
Mr. Whitman and I dismissed the
Tollee Iepartment." sa'd Mayor-eleetj
Mitchel, "but Mr. Whitman did not sag-,
gett ri an for t:e I'oltee Cnmmtselon-
grrhlp, We just talked over thing, it
is my purpose to consul! frc .entty with
Mr Whitman on publl affairs."
Emorj tt. Bnekncr, who w eouneel
to the Curran Aldermantc Inventlgatltig
Committee, denied to-day In WaeJhlng
Ion thai ! ''-' c,rrn tendered th
Police Commlaelonerohlp. He Intimated
n addlllon tba: he wouldn't take
flaee, Mr Buekner has been an Ag.
aistsni Dlatrlet. Attorney .'"'lev Mr.
Whitman Criminal courts Building
gossips sa) Whitman would not I ,ol
tvit favor on th appolntmsni "r Mr,
Rtiettliel to I poaltlotl o! authority In
the Pollee Department
WHITMAN TO "O. K." MAN BE
FORE HE IS NAMED.
ti is .eported tlat Mr. Mitehol will
hoi name a Police Pommtaoloner who
i not agreeable lo Mr. Whitman be
cause the lllsirlel. Attorney 'eels that
th Pollee Commissioner should be In
empathy ifh the Whitman Ideal and
that the Police Department and the
District Attorney's OfflOt should worli
It, harmony. Polttlelana ai that Mr.
Whitman will also put hie 'O. K." on
ths self-lions for the heads of the
Bureau of Lteonae, tne Bureau of
Wetghta and Meosti-e and for other
(ommiaelonereMi" In lepartment hav
ing lo 'to With violations of the lew
The fad thai Mr, i.oe i wgi a part;
lo the confer. n'- t.ln does not menn
that he ma iieeessaf.- be eanaltli td
a .i ..in.Jidan foe tit I'Oll ''"""'
alonerahlp. Xr. loe liaaugood oband
iloe not iiaukrr altor 1 b tgak f
g the Police Hepgrtmenl lit 'in-le
-, ura t with the Ouggenhelmt ai a
as lary that dwarfa the it.mo a .r at
ia 'had to the ottirr if i ommlaatoiit ' '
Pollct,
ir. Mttuhel doea noi ppear to hava
fc. i able to aelect hla Pollee Uomi It
, ner sa ret He ,ims a you-- man,
(amlllar with nv Vorlt and Stew v.nk-
crs, wit: i the poll an 1 policemen. .1,1
man who has . reputation for sfll
. .-i m nandll i largs bod ' of men
OIFFICULT TASK TO FIND THE
MAN HE WANTS.
11 lias bean hand lob to aalooi ntgi
alth sii the riuallflegtlona Mr- Mltahel
Inn.ioda The Mayor-elect, reaite'rig
mai tils ggmlnial atlon rnnai eland 01
.... lrolJ .ivwn his fieth : of handling
thi Pollee Dopartwsnt, has ml 'tet
lusty in seleetlng I. s Po e L'omil '
s oner.
it tt not s certeiut) thai the fomrn
sio.ier will in picked before Jan. 1 Ui
Mltoltel is considering the qualification!
gCenUuued on Last rage.)
WMman
rale at
(Mrtlhl. 1018. hr
Ok I The New
IT
YET IN DOUBT WITH
JURY DEADLOCKED!
Aumueller Slayer's Fate Has
Been ! debated More Than
Four Hours.
ARGUMENTS ALL SHORT.
Delehanty Scores Defense
Alienists S.iys Prisoner
Never Was a Priest.
"ess m m -
. . ,
Although te Jury to whom mil x. en
ih . u a
tho case of Hans S,-hmkit. COB fees ad
slayer ot Anna AwnutUgr, has boon de-
liberatlnii more t'isn four hours, no
veroiei h.is as yet ben ieiried
AI 1 91 the Jury came In and asked
Judge Warren W Footer, in whose
Co in of !e:;eial Sessions the trlii! has
been hel I for the past two weeks foi
the exhibit nn.1 a copy of his elirr ge.
ft is tii ugh! extremely unlikely that
a hung Jurj Will lw the result, as His I
t'ourt has Hiiid h will hold tho Jury- !
men At it g night rather than have i
a niistrlo. The Indications are, how-I
ever, ihat the
Jury Is protti w tied -in
ro.ei ,r,g abOUl forty "ilr
.its, :tn,l was
merely r o.itllne of the laws govern
lug criminal Insanity.
At .M o'clofk Jiuigt- Kostei fli,l!iHl 1
the
harg and the case went to the
Jury. It ' eonndentiv expected that a
verdirt will be returned after a very
short seeetoa.
Turning to hi argument as to the in
aanlly of Schmidt J'ntge oxurott sa,d
; tha' his ollonl was proved 10 hgvg an
' InberitOnet which wsa a meutel taint
of Insanity and love of death and dead
persons.
INSISTS THAT SCHMIDT HA3 IN
HERITED INSANITY.
Me believgd that death was better
I thn : fe." said Mr Oli-ott "Ten out
of sixty. two of hie forbears were e.lher
proved Iniana Of eomm'tted gulclde, Ths
' Dlgtrlet-Attornty has built up. and, I
I boilers, with slrerltv 'n fell own m'nd,
: s Frankenstein oi his own imagtnallon
.The basis of It la the feet tha; ikhmldt
1 onoe triad In Insure the life of tha
1 woman who afterward kiiet ny
lm BUI hll Franket stein Tesks to
pieces, i think, in view .if rhe . t that i
no iMUronco ae ever laguod. and go 1
the woman was ot insured n hen h
killed her.
DELEnANTY SCORES ALIENISTS,
SAYS WHISKERS MOVED THIM,
taelota'.: Olatrlct-Aitomoy Dolehant;
in lummiiil iip rldloulod the opinion! of
.ii ebei-.'sts who aaid that Bohmldl . .
ane lie si. 1 that Dr. lelil&Vo oonohe
ions as to tha rffe ' of herodlt) 1 i
gChltlklt'l 111.nl were reached hy n
ie:iy-menv mlnv-nio counting pio
... and Ibat Or. White had dei j. e I
Schmidt nine by flanolng at th, pr.. n
er's whisiiei-
gchrald' was not a oiiest. null Mr
POlOhanty and had never been ore, he-
EES WHITMAN
HIS AIDE
SCHMIDT VERDICT
caute In o'oialnod his ordination i stood aroum and looked at tie wondei
through forged paper Hia wholooalful little tbiul tiooi. the babj fell
reer. gccor'llni lo ihe AgMtatnnt ria-1 aeleep. bul real h nallisd on guard
IrloLAttorney. showed that he had uaed I anil ail ill afternoon pwda tiptoed in
Hi., reaped and affect I n vei.urai . ,ii out ui do in
hOWn In Ihe prlMthOOd n the etnak The Mlg urirlgbod IIU i ie In the
foi a llfetlmi of sordid gnd Shameful I ps ion Who loosed the baby .nt iti"
crime. Schmidt shammed inaanitv, aali)Xloi ui die fhe papers m which the
the prme uto , using the knowledge in i- wai wrapped .ere of yogtordgy'i
lie gained S'heii hie sa:ilt nas que. J date The) dontol ludgs mat toe bgo
Honed In Bhi ana in mi, and acted very
n a thoug.i "i
hgd
d i ant
o i hlllK re -ently.
STEAMSHIPS DUE TO-DAY.
Cosmo. So n Jr. a a
Potsdam, Kotterdsm
Msseba, lieea
11 A. M
u A. at
u a. .
licfe Chosen by
"CtoBBtetfaB -Boots Open to All.'
Th ?ree PakU.hlM
Tarh WnUI.
NEW
INTO BONFIRE FOOLS
IKE UNDERTAKER
Thriving After Abandonment
in Vacant Lot and Consign
ment to the Flame J.
ALIVE IN THE MORGUE.
pin e ,he bx Mmi
Before It Bums Up.
There la e hetoy In ths Vorth Hudson
Hospital, Weehasken. N '. who shoull
live to a ripe old age, Judg-lntf from
the tenacity with which he has held
to the exletence Into Which he was
uehered, an anwelcome arrival, two
weeks ago Wrapped In newspapers and
tied up In a pasteboard box. he wei
abandoned to-day In a vacant lot, tossed
Into a bonfire severs! hours later, pulled
out, taken to an -indertaker'e ehop for
.urla.1 and eventually removed to the
hospital, where he la now paying fre
quent and undivided attention to a
bottle of milk.
Rcho dhoye. who had bull! bonfire
' In th lot at Tenth street and Hudson
. . .
'Boulweird ssw the pasteboard box el
I . . . , ,-, ,i.
ijj 0.elo(, .eitet morning One of the
Lyu p,ok1 u th. bog Ild tOOOOd 11
I lnto tn nr.
The particular good angel that lass
been aaelgned t" protect the little wilf
prompted another boy to res'ue the
be The etring with Which 't 'bed
Saen hOVnd wss burned off and the box
-,v orrheii on the e.lge As the
ki- pulled the box away from tiie fire
the iiiwt fell off. disclosing -what
looked to be s bundle WMppod up In
newspapers.
GUARDIAN ANOEL PROMPTS THE
BOYS AGAIN.
There was aotnetliiiig about the hun-
Idle that prompted the hoys to explore
I it. Inslfle the wrapping Of pgpOT they
1 found a naked baby,
ue gnd a t inkled
from tiie cold. The ij.iyti could see no
sign if life l.i the inl.cil, and tney io.ik
tn the place they thought It ghOUld
go J V. Handel's undertaking shop
No. 7li Bergei.l.ne avenue.
Poor little kid!" .'"I Mr Han.lt I
taking t'te ,::'' body it' ills hands.
Hla experience told him that the bud?
ho was holding still retained a spark 1
life lie rubbed and potted tha iitt:..
Iratne, worked the grmg lip and dOWl
and Mow his breath Into the nines
oon tne 'Inge ri moved, the ins worked
atio from the mouth of the infant is
tued n plan no little wblmpel
Handel Ofderod one of his men 0 ge'
n r road. He warmed ". im'k an
for. 1 it into the bafey'1 mouth TlMli
he nru.H)el ihe youngster n a nig r' h
and drove as nar.l a he MUld so txi Ihe
hospital
Hv the t tne he rSB'- if l thai .nititu
-. on the nliy was ae!e t move hie legs
and h' crie were boooming stronger
When the gtorj of the amaalng ex-
jierirnce of ihe 'nl'anf was told tile
iniire niadtcgl and nuratng foroo of ihe
hoOPUal conoontrgled all 'lie facilitiaa
01 trie Institution on iho are .f rhe
oew and youngeOI patient
ALL THE SKILL OF THE H08
PITAL EMPLOYED.
indor the skilful ntlnlatratlone of the
lo ton and -nirses the iittle one p e.
up vilslMt and inovenieni in g mggnoi
n-.ist run arkanle It Ign'l a very fat
baity ajid tile signs of nether: ftom the
moment of birth wore ahocklngly p
parent but the ' iub and 'he heart nal
iof aeen damaged iv tne oruelty t"
rhloh the iiod' id boon subjected
fter the .. funi had boon bathed ami
a rapped n sof . oumfortahlo baby
cintlirts, p. .n .si "ii n white ool and in-
irod ..eii t 1 food the dootura and nuraoi
muft ha n abandoned early thi
morning. rf : is hardli ooslbli tu
jlfa am ! i ha vi remained In th ilni
bod) a" lh.ro g . Ill night ami j;
1 1 -.a t.tr.1 ih ooyi found th a.g.
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SAILING TO-DAY.
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BOXED BABY TOSSED
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MAYOR REVOKES
WALDO'S ORDER
MOVING STAFF
Wen
Chan
leadouarters
s Will Remain
( )Id Post.
Police Cominiaalonor BTaldo'a siie.-ie
order, traoaferilng out of Poll Head
il'iai'ters. ,tl the poles otttceri Who '.an
lie, n 'here 11. - ..true of dep.i'-ttlieiiiB ami
epei-'u! dotalia. .viis rovokerl tins tifier
r.oon ,
The lev,. -ai on "f Ppe-lal Order No,
gal followed n heated conference liete..n
Maoi k n. an I Mr WaUo during
wi.leh the Mavii Im ggd (lrtnh to have
get hi disapproval upon tho draotl
p f Mi Vt'aklo ati.i lo hav ordered
!t res inJiiia Inline Uatel
dpecinl ordei Mo, tranaferred front
II.
t 1 1 .1 1 1 t h Lloul Uanlol H tJctiggu,
llelii v ri peril Inert ls.1.1 Mll-
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f.'g th)
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ri p lei
gaslgni
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t vent-
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Iloui llli . aid 1: Unrlgttt,
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end Lloul Hf, T Oavl. nil
.I 1,1 sin clttl rga - 'lice dutle
am . tier ti ausf. r from Heal
I gel rft. II i, i unri and I i.t
ti- e rutirul in 1. n o twelve de
tfotlvo nrgigiicd lo ploln e.'othe dut)
in me 1 'oinmi ilun 1 ufB
These etmnge . ... .1 liuvi put iivil.
lane lr n.itg..
fected
ti" 1 - ,1 is a r.
MORGAN GIVES POLICE $1,000
.i
lO'dui .
a
-i sprefging t
U olggn t on i; for
n ,,ire' . atlon ol I h
t he gdinirs de i iii'oo
' till e lilt idler III . load
or ho. tutnei. t e i., i i
I gau. Oomnilsio,iei t'i
III WhlOh Ihe
at thi- i no yai
I'leriuii Mm
ri d tne
- uver ie ius i I'sugmn s a4
. v 4 .
Mitchel as Police Deputy
I "
DECEMBER 29,
aBer- '"rH
Ban V J
HAS B Ki
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9
ONLY 97 PLACES GET
NIGHT LICENSES HERE
Ne Year's .is Seekeni Limited
in State Cotnmissiondi
AlaUAN N 1 N Y . li.
Pconoes foi New Ifeor'a .
be tin much limited thli
mloeionei rorlo "f lbs
."' mi night
. lookers toil
MeaM.,11 1 '1,1,1 -
s- a.. Rgciao
I lep.trt 'in lit to dll V
Stated that he had
authorised the sale ol lluuoi after one
in the morning on Won Vear 'a ipprovod
In- Ihe Mavor "f the ilij us follow
a ..iv, five places Brooklyn, Buf -
fgio, Blmlrs I; Oeneve, I, Kingston.
I. .Sea V. irk '.: ii, wig. .. I. Ito besit r.
l"tal II"
HEFFERNAN NOT GUILTY.
Si. gar imihi.l I'oll, en,., i, I liiirge.1
in. Hairy anil teali.
Polio Meutenanl Hefferuan of tho
i n.i-ie rrecinui, wri" mi. irreattsl at
1
0
t.lu o'clock tost Prldey morning In a I dead woman deek tine light .
ten. .III.'. it h.i.s. at NO, S"3 West Drugd' Ihe Identity Ol Ml Howard
w.-iv .10 a nlmrg of MNH.iuit preferred I Mns I'hatlleld was an art s-, but mil.
I,. John Porurt nrhu Mv. on the ton I who known of her In the r Twenty.
H,i,.p .hep,, mmm I.I...I e.lx ,.
... ,. 1 1 ... 1 1 1 111 j
jeflereon Maekei Pollee ('our I before I
Hagtatraia nrntei The proaecutloi
failed i" nuke out a -is, mi liefer
nan was uieonargeej.
M 'hoi '.'.iti made hi original com -
pi aim he s.,,.1 ii ti Ifelfernan demand
.1 admittance t ih" Koran home,
in k do . tin- door andeomimitod
t -sain ii gigu charged Ibat
h, rfernan wus '' ink
On me tlgnd lo'ds Koran could n i
i oIm in f ti .- -r ileinantg he
.a le ' ibi Ki 1 1 morn ng i. would
n-it swear 1 the charge n the .-orn-plalni
Police Murgcon Oonlln leotlfled
thai he ha.i i kaiinri. .1 lleffernan in the
Ureenwlcli street station at n..n o'olook
.11 ihs iiornii gnd thai liegeman
wga inei - ini n'.i nt . for nolle . ,t
CONAN DOYLE'S great adven
ture story
TilP Lnit UUiirlrl "
begins in Next Sunday's World
Magaiine.
OC.OO0OO0O1
Circulation Books Open to
1913.
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WIIMAN III K ATU1I-
WROTE ARTIST AS
SHE KILLED SELF
1
Mysterious Note W ritten by
Miss Mary Chattiekl Before
Driving Knife Into Heart.
Mar- R ChOtfloM, rtftv years old.
committed su lords in her studio on the
sixth fi f No fs) vt TwaeUy-
third itreet bMlay Her Ixadv waa
found by Qeorgo Sunns, the elevator
operator, and .1 woman visitor named
Taylor
Miss UhOtflOld had Ml been wrn
vn.e Saturday, bui nothing was ron-
gldorod amli.n until Miss Taylor agJled
ghoul ij.iii o'clock mis gftornoon. Ke
pealed knocking failed to ining re
eponae and Houtla iin.iiij procured
ke . ami etit, 1 ,-.1
in g counh In one norner or the room
lay ihe woman's .o.i, bathed m tha
aunllghl Uial etreamed through the akv
light covering nearly half the room.
mihs Uhalfleld wore a dark brown skir
hit a.i- only parilall) cloUied Blood
stelned he' garmerite from a wo.imi in
i"1 "".'si Nearuv was found a
I harp steel Inetrumeni without a ban
I dli Vldentl) nar.l ni ,1 paper knife It
had fa'ie., .'nun Inn hand after It bad
boon plunged Into hoi hogrt.
A not i lund ' ear th bodi added
myoterj abtnil the suleld Og lurg..
ileus ol paper, hearing ajajia of tilood,
aeie the word. '
Mr Howard i 10 blatn for this
Thi r- ...is no s.gn.itute gnd -are.''.!
I . irnil.jl "11 of 'till'.' lel'.iis ii th..
tlilnl at eei apart 'ii. nls
Ih rented
hi floor pt id ii m ihe corner of the
building, overlooking Ninth a.enue, flv
week ago, layiti so., had ''..me frw.i
Irrse, ..Hi, ban bean ara.nc M
,.,u .,, ,
1 mis- Taylor
Iho dhtcoveri
la boo to be
1 according lo
I told Iho pollot
.. leiokbtieliiig
who i Llt reoultod hi
ol lbs Hill Ide, h 1. 1 brought
bound by M ia ChaUMd
the elevator ".an She
it ilia v agt Met (ntganUi
thai she kie.w l s i 'net
rmiier
dead a-o noi''. . n 'epond
id the nams .f II n. ( hai-
.-Ire.t itatlOl
Meld had
Among ihi
nog w iu fou
Said of N
and II s
i I'd Kgsl Plfty.gi! I itreet
br li.tved ' e s the brother
efgrred lu
r e L'ggtftold apartmeni a build
ma whl h -". s i iiaike.i coiiiraat lo
the dial Woman' si nil" It . i lixti, I
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nail furitlahed home . ' every mark
, refinement and even luxur: t gr.o-
haired eldl 'll .nan A h" ansa ere I
Ih aid lh - t :
i urn in l.i,,,. , ., , ..,, ii Mie i 1'v.it.e
man d olared mm aha Waa u elati.e
,. M . hgtlleld
dae oiuntoorad ue iufor;nuuA toai
pNA
K EDITION
All"
MAN IS STRANGLED,
BODY PUT IN TRUNK
AND LEFT ON STREET
Victim Wheeled in
47 Pitt Street and Unloaded There
by Two Strangers, Who Disap
peared When the Neighbors Be
came Curious.
CART WAS PROBABLY
RENTED FROM A DEALER
QM of the Supposed Slayers Was
w-4 a
foony uressea, out the Other
Wore Flashy Clothing Two Men
Identify Victim as John Kremenz.
Who Recently Came Here.
Hundreds of persons, men, twjmen and children, were admitted, a
few at a time, into the spacious
sta,io" afternoon to jraze on the
unusual procedure adopted by Deputy Police (rnmissioner Doujtfierty
to solve a new trunk murder myery wtiich was disclosed shortly aftei
noon to-day when the body of a man was found jammed into a vrutt
tuink mat had been deposited, a short time before, on the sidewalk in
trout Of No. 47 Pitt street.
bcores of detectives scoured the neiborriood for two men of whom
they had Rood descriptions one dapper and well Jr:ssed beyond the
cusiom of folk ot the vicinity; the olher a typical pushcart pccdler. The
peddler briHijrht the trunk, whence the police do not know, and at the
oomntind of the well drtsed man he set it on tlie sidewalk, was paid for
his trouble and made off. The other man went away in aiwther direction
after asking a small boy to watch the tmnk tor him.
WOMAN ON SOAP BOA
HOLDS OP RAILROAD MEN
Camr Over Post-Hole Lackawanna
EngbtMfl Started on Her
Orange Property.
Ar:ne,i with a soap Iwx and a pttcher
of hm eoffee, Mrs Matthew Maxwell
of Orange. N J . is holding up the Lack
awanns Itsllroad and bidding defiance
to ihe pollee force of orange Incl-
dentally she is delaying the II.OUI.OOO
eehsme for th.. slevatlon of the rail-
toad Irarka and the summation of the
. grade mission.
I When the surveyors of the I.acka-
anna stsrled out tn,srnornlng to run
their l.nea and rreet markers along thslr
prupert) the survey esrrled Ihem tn
ldg 'be feuee of the Maxwell property.
Tbev st.u led to dig a hole und put up
n marker Then Mrs. Maxwsll, who
Is sKty, appeared and drove them off
The surveyor umntoned the potli-e.
Mrs Msxwell sent for her attorney,
then she got a soap box nxed It over
ihe h ile aigl sat down on t. That wa
at in o 'clock this morning. At laat re
ports eh. waa still there, surrounded
by tui applauding crowd and being aup
pll.sl with hot ..(Tee and food by the
neigh bore
MUs CtNttftold hal made her home wfth
her brother and his wife till sums
months ago, when she le.ft The Kve
ning World' I infur tiant dkt not know
any Mrs t'hatflold' departure had tak
en place, she dOOlgrodi and added that
ha kne nothing tuois of the matter
,'. e.it tha' en learning of tils sister
death Mr Obgtfleld hMtonod lo the
Studio '4'' ssld ghg had never h.ird
nt "m- Howard."
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PRICE ONE CENT.
a Pushcart to No,
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courtyard of the Clinton street polk
face af a murdered man. It w as an
J Through the numlier on the pushcart.
-.ow. 10. k m me aireet had noticed, th
Police traced It to No 7 athei.tr .treat,
where lmii Htr mage, . bUglnags o
renting puahoartg Joseph Cooper. Ptalr'e
helper, waa brought to tha ataUon and
presu med by Mr. Douharty. He re
called that two men anoweclug well th
deeeriirtlon of th man who deposited
the trunk In Pitt street had r,ild trn
1 an rrom him about 10 o'clock
this
'norm ng. The wall a .ami man
tne sugain ari.1 iri a ....... mm
About I O'etoog one of th mm return,
oe rap, p,t1 for 1( Cooper
paid no further attention to them an
was certain lie had naver seen them be
fore MANY BELIEVE THEY HAVC
SEEN SUSPECTED YOUTH.
Hut though little eucceae haa mag
their efforts to tra k down Iti cm tww
the po'.li-e are certain that thuy will
learn the Identity of th victim In a
shurt time. Of the hundreds who passed
through the courtyard and gazed on hi
face, many said they recognlxed him
as a youth frequently ssn In tlie eafea
of Pitt. Sheriff. Attorney, Broome, Dw-lam-ey
and itivingun atre-rs.
The botly waa pia.UcaUy Ideniirtad as
John Kremeru. a coal miner who for
iwly worked In Penneylvtuila and m
Wat Virginia and who recently name
her In b I hvuan wrecker H was
IderiUfled by a man who had worked
bealde him In ooal mlnaa and woo after
one rlanc at Mm .-aid
'Tnere'e no doubt about ti. Thsjga
Weal Virginia ' We uaod to os.l Mm
that baoauee tie had worked ao muoh
In the mine there."
latter the body waa roougnlaed by a
man who had worked with him ti.erw
I gnati Moysar, a house wrecker,
who lives at No. U Went One Hundred
and Eighteenth street, waa most poat
tlv tn hie Identification, lie said he
wae osltive that the victim wa a me
named D nicker who had worked wlt
him on I he taek of rasing the old lrandJ
Central atatlon to maks room (or thai
new terminal. Than he had lived In th
nslghhorhood of Pitt and Hro
street, eald Moyssr, bul that wae
he knew about htm.
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