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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTO'BER 19, 1921.
PROVES TRAP FOR
ESCAPED SLAYER
Stenographer Causes Arrest of
jr. Fugitive Who I nree I imes
Broke Out of Prison.
A (irl'a hunch rerultrd In the cnp
'V tw of An escaped 'lifer," who la
held to-day hy the Newark nuthorl
T'' tle for the arrival of Massachusetts
V; detectives. Miss Alice Donnelly,
g oljhtecn, stenographer for her father,
James P. Donnelly, realty broker at
No, i07 Market Street, Newark. Is the
. hsrolne.
r- Tstorday a roan callod on Donnelly,
'? bought a house for $1,000 and gave
hla cheok for SS00 on the Bank of
Commerce, Rochester. He aatd he
,p iras Sulllran J. Rcllly of Rochester,
and asked for a loan of $30. Don
Ct neBy wrote a check for X80 and sent
hla daughter with the cheeks, one to
VL be deposited and one to be cashed,
g 'Kiss Donnelly had not liked the looks
of Rellly, and when she reached tho
j; Union Trust Company she reported
her suspicions and asked that tho
Hoc.he.iter bnnk bo callod on the tele
phone.
"Unknown here," watt the report
noon made on Sullivan J. Ucllly, and
ltellly was arruated und taken to
Headquarters.
Hrlcf Inspection of tho records
wliowoil he had escaped Inst April from
the MnsanchU'M'U) Stuto IIoHpltal for
tlio IiiHino nt Hrldg'ivvator, ilasH.,
while under a llfo sentence for mur
dering a Jeweler named Cohen.
Then tho pollco found Hcllly'8 pic
ture In tho R.illery with record of two
escapes from the New Jersey Slate
Prison at Trenton. In 190S, whllo
mtvIiik seven years for rohbery, ltellly
climbed the penitentiary wall and sot
away. , 1
In 1010 he and tx others tunnelled
nniW tho orison wall and tho street
and Into tho cellar of tho houso
rented for Uiclr puroscs by a woman,
ltellly was then serving ten years for
robbing an cxpiosa company ' ?2.2l0
T nm ihlrtv-nlnc. and twenty years
lockcv and rode winners
at all the bl(? tracks," ltellly told the
police. My name is sum van j.
Rogers, jn iui i mci nuutii mi
whn wn.i a coke tlend. I had t55,00O
salted away, but In eight months It
was gone, and when wo dug out In
1910 1 blew for Paris, camo back In
1914 and got llfo for tnat uosion joo.
nortEninn poim snnnmr.
Mist Charlotte Boyle, national swlm
mlnc champion, who ns married Mon
day at tho I.lttlo Church Around tho
Corner to Henry W. Clime Jr. of Koch
..in. n.fi nn imr weddlnc trio for At
lantic City yesterdny and thus escaped ,
being nerved with uii execution of a K'20
iudKinent obtnlned here by Dr. Charles ,
Iliibell for denial mirvices. Tho exe
cution wn turned over to a deputy
sheriff In Brooklyn, htit he wll have to
wait until her return to serve the paper,
as It Is good only In this Stiito I
POLICEMAN CLUBS
ALLEGED ROBBER
tR Out Jinn It Snjr. Was Ilolil
InK Up Prdestrlin.
Patrolman Michael Olllli .'oucht an
automatic gun Kith hla blf.ckjack on
Twelfth Avenue between 4ftli and 47th
.Streets and as a result James O'Mallo
of No. 520 West 49th Street was ar
raigned In West SUlo Court to-day
charged with felonious assault and vlo
lillon of the Sullivan act.
tllllls, iittnietrd by a pedestrian's
rcreams Inst night, declares lie saw
O'.Mnlli'y lioldltiK up a limn und as
Clllls approached ran. In the chase the
policeman fired several shots. Then, It
Is charged, tho fugitive turned and
pointed the gun at the policeman who
laid O'Malty low with his hilly.
The victim of the allegeiUhold-Up had
disappeared, so dlllls lodged a com
print of attempting to kill a policeman
against the prisoner.
Death of former 1'iillee l.lriitrnnnt.
Fran'- T. Lane, retired Police Lieu
tenant, died yesterday at his home. No.
1418 East 9th Street. Brooklyn. He was
appointed to tho force In January, 1897,
when Theodore Itoosevolt was Police
Commissioner and retired Aug. 13 last
because of III health.
GEO. M. COHAN TO DANCfc
ONTO BASEBALL STAGE
iliiilta Hp Wants to (Inn n 4'liil
Ma) he the lied Sor Will lie Ills.
fleorgo M. Cohan Is to buy a ball club
In one of the big leagues, Mr. Cohan
sails for Kngland to-day on tho Cunard
liner Ilcrengerla and expects to put the
deal through on Monady. If ho does he
will bo on the ocean and the final
touches will be by wireless.
It was reported that tho Cincinnati
Bed Sox was the team Mr. Cohan hVl
his eye on mid for which he Is nego
tiating. August Herrmann, President of
that organization, however, sold Inst
night , In1 h!d no Information to that'
effect.
Mr. Cohan admitted he was nego
tiating for a-club, but refused to say
what one It Vas, and Is authority for
the statement that the deal probably
will bo closed Monday. He goes abroad
to make a production In London.
Woman and Man Hart In Anto.
A surface car was In collision with
an automobile at Broadway and 185th
.Street at 1 A. M. to-day and threw out
the occupantB of the machine Harvey
M. Lyons, thirty-one. No. 315 Under
cliff Avenue, Kdgcwater, N. J., and
Florence Hlgley, twenty-two. No. 207
Highland Avenue, Wcehawkcn. Miss
Hlgley was taken to Columbus Hospi
tal where It was said she would re
cover. Her companion was cut and
bruised.
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