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THE EVENING WORLD, PR
I DAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921.
HE CONFESSED TO
SLAYING OF GIRL
Police Say Story Does Not
Fit as to Time He Was
Trank Janrnrek, Mndlfcon. N.
hld on suspicion in connection with
the murder of little Jpanotte Lawr
nee on Oct. 6, Is nllcgftd to hnvo nd
nltted to Captain of Detectives Rtex
of Newark that he saw the mother
of the ohlld near hor homo on Hldge
UU Avenue. Madison, nt about tho
time tho little slrl Is known to have
This Is considered Imporlant In view
of the attempt of .Tnncnrek'n i old t Ives
1o establish an ullbl for him by say
ing that ho was at home eatlnp supper
t 6.10 P. M. on that day. Kor Mrs.
Jjiwrcnce say thnt If ho saw hor In
Kldgedalo Avenue It must have been
between 6 and B.10. when she left tho
house to look-up and down tho street
to see if Janette was In sight. It lq
id to be thirty minute' walk from
the spot whero ho Is said to have seen
Mrs. Lawrence and the place whero
he is said to h'vb been eating at 6.10.
Ca.pt. 13 rex said that Jancarek could
have seen Mrs. Lawrence whero he
ways ho did it ho had been standing
beside tho lotr In Kluxfn Woods where
the body of tho child was found. Brex
J so said Jancarok had changed his
ntory by admitting thut he did change
hta clothes on reaching homo that eve
ning. Tho suit of clothes ho wore that
4ay. Brex said, is being examined bac
tericjoglcally for traces of human
The police were told that Frank Mc
Orory of Newark, who saya Jancarek
confessed to him that ho killed tho girl
after attacking her because ho feared
she had rocognlred him. worked at tho
same greenhouse where Jancarek wiui
employed and was discharged lost
week. Ho Is alleged to hao blamed
According to Cript. Brex. MoQrory
made the following statement:
"I was with Jancarek tho day of
the murder and left him about noon.
1 met him again that night and no
ticed his shirt, shoes and trousers
were spotted with blood. It waa then
he told me how he had assaulted and
finally murdered a girl because, af
ter assaulting her, he thought she
MoQrory is also detained nendlnr
ins invesugauon or nu wnereabouts
the day of tho murder.
The detention of Jancarek probably
will delay the Grand Jury Investiga
tion of the charge against Francis
, RELYEA SUCCEEDS EBEY.
Veteran slilpptnv Man Appelated
to Emergency Fleet Office.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 2S Frank W.
Relyra of New York was yesterday ap
pointed District Manager of the San
Francisco office of tha Emergency Fleet
Corporation. He succeeds II. H. Ebey,
who resigned Oct. 21. This district In
cludes California and Oregon.
Mr. Ilelyea has been connected with
hipping slnca 1880. During the war
he was Lieutenant in the navy, serving
as General Superintendent of all trafflc
including ships, railroads, warehouses.
motor trucks and motorboats In Franca.
rutin irvii 'if itt
ARE THE ONLY DRY :
AGENTS LEFT HERE
Jobs Kept Open for Miller's
Choice to Fill More
Owing to the discovery by K. C
Ycllortlcy, the plnch-hlttlng Prohibi
tion Dliector, that many Piohlbltlon
agents hnve been making hay while
the sun was unouscured by clouds,
the enforcement forces of this district
havo been almost eliminated by tho
dlschargo of lleld and office men who
are declared to have been "Ineffi
cient." Tho Field Enforcement Squad
has been so reduced that it appears
to consist only of Ir.zy Einstein and
Thoro arc hundreds of applications
for Jobs as enforcement agents on
(lie in Mr. Yellowley's ofllce, but he
has decided that be will nil no places
during his remaining brief torm.
ltalph Day. tho choice of Gov. Miller
and the State rtcpubllcan machine for
Prohibition Director, will assume
charge on Nov. 1. After I hat date the
applications of deserving 'Hepub'llcans
will bo given consideration.
Mr. Ycllowley announced to-day
that he has revoked tho withdrawal
permits of Andrew Iloso. No. 58 Mon
roe Street; Hcbo Drug Company,' No.
190 Columbia Street, Brooklyn;
Ocorgo Kconoml, No. 172 Columbia
Street, Brooklyn, and Halph Tronaldl,
No. 71 Fourth Avenue. Now Uochello.
None of tho local breworlos has
made application for permission to
manufacture medicinal beer undnr
Iho new Treasury Department ruling.
Mr. Yollowloy said, although several
brewers havo asked for Information
on tho subject.
Herman Ratnor, a 'brother of
"Augle" Ratnor, a widely known local
pugilist, and Benjamin Levy woro held
by Unltorl Btntos commissioner
Hitchcock to-day on charges of pos-
Besting and trying to negotiate
forged permits for tho withdrawal
nnd sole of whiskey. Ilntner'a bail
was fixed at $10,000 and Levy's ut
$2,600. Assistant District Attorney
MoCormlck and Prohibition Agent
Howard II. Klroock alleged thnt flat
ner, under the namo of "Patrick
Kyan" nnd Levy under tho namo of
"William A. Collins" attempted ,to put
tho forged permits through tho Pro
hibition ofBce In Washington in July,
1920. Tho evidence Klroaok ex
plained, has Just come to hand.
THOMPSON SPttAKS FOIl UYI.AN.
Oeorgo F. Thompson of Niagara
County, former Htate Senator, who
carried Brooklyn against Gov. Miller
in the Republican primary In 1920,
last night took the stump for Mayor
Hylan. He spoke at Public School
No. 65, In East 16th Street, the Bronx.
He attacked the report of tho Transit
Commission and Its proposed solution
of tho transit problem, and urged the
re-election of tho Mayor, declaring
the presentation of a proper oose to
tho courts Is necessary to protect the
city's Interest in its $300,000,000 sub
way Investment and the 6-cent fare.
NKi.MR ni.Y snnics injunction.
Mrs. Elisabeth C. Seaman, better
known as Nellie Illy, has asked the
United States District Court In Brook
lyn for an Injunction restraining her
brother, Albert V. Cochrane; Thomas
the Stoel Barrel Company and Paul
W. Tower from disposing of the stock
of the Steel Barrel Company until her
mother's estate shall have been set
tled. Decision was reserved by Judge
V. Miller, Allen Property Custodian;
hirty years selling Qood furniture
Southeast Corner 15 th Street fir 6tfi Avenue
Queen Anne Dining Room Suite
in American Walnut 10 pieces
TWOFOLD merit characterizes Kellner Furniture.
In quality it embodies every feature that assures
permanent iatiBfaction in pricing, it. is. bounded by limits
of moderation. And at all times the-purchaser meets with
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BEATEN, HE SAYS,
BY POLICEMAN FDR
LETTER TO ENRIGHTi
Tailor Charges He Was LiM
Up for Days and Patrolman
Is Held for Trial.
Pasquale Tlpaldo. No. 1.132 6Ttli
Street, Brooklyn, a patrolman at
tached to tlm Fourth Avenue Station
In tint borough, was held In $1,000
ball In the Coney Island Court to
day on a charge of felonious aasault.
The complaint was by Frank Petronc,
a tailor. No. G603 13th Avenue.
Petrone said ho met Tlpaldo, who
was In civilian clothes, near his tailor
shop In 13th Avenue on Oct. 6, and
that Tlpaldo accused bim of "writing
letters about mo to Commissioner
Enrlght." Ho said tho letters, accord
ing to Tlpaldo, accused the police
man of "having eplleptlo fits and
beating people up," (
Petrone said he denied 'having writ
ten any Biich lottors, but Tlpaldo, he
said, attacked him anyway, striking
him down, knocking out two teeth
and kicking him. He eald he was
confined to his homo by his Injuries
for sevctal days, after which he went
to the District Attorney's office and
was advised to swear out a warrant,
which ho did.
Tlpaldo waa represented In court
to-day by a lawyor, who entered a
plea' of not guilty and asked that his
client be paroled. The court Insisted
on ball, Which was furnished by a
TRAMWAY TO WIPE OUT
OLD WALLS OF PEKING
C1ilnnr mill ForelBiiere Alike .loin
In Stronir Protest.
PKKINO. Oct. 4 (Correspondence of
tho Associated Press). Construction of
a modern tramway system will wlpo out
the ancient walls of Peking, called by
the populace "Iho glory of the city," if
plans submitted to the municipality by
the Poking Tramway Company mate
rialize. ' Tho company, in Its memorandum, ic
fers to the city walls as "useless" nnd
cites the "tine example of Tientsin. '
where tile wulls wore rured soveral years
The proposal has called forth strong
opposition from foreigners and Chinese
allko. and pressmo Is bolng brought to
beur upon the municipality to preserve
.the ancient wans ni nny com.
DOLLARS GREW TOO FAST,
The average Individual Income In this
country, which was $310 In 1910 and
$351 In 1013, rose to $580 In 1918 but
by reason of depreciation In tho pur
chasing powar of the dollar was actually
worth only $372 as compared with the
Income of 1913. Thus while Incomes In
creased two-thirds, the purchasing
power of the dollar decreasid more than
one-third. A great Increase In dollars
occurred In 1918 but not a correspond
ing Increase in production, with result
ing rise of prices.
These are conclusions reached by the
National Bureau of Economic Research,
an abstract of whose findings was made
public yesterday. In advance of the de
tailed report to be published In Novem
ber. The bureau was organized alter
the war to help to solve national prob
lems. The directors Include T. S.
Adams of the Treasury Department;
John R. Commons. University of Wis
consin; John P. Frey. -editor of the In
ternational Moulders' Journal, and Ed
win F (lay. Prcsldont of the New York
BRONX GRAND JURY
TO GET EVIDENCE
OF PETITION FRAUD
lid ward L. Van Orden's Name
Ordered Stricken Off the
Ballot for Sheriff.
District Attorney Kdwntd J. Glen
non of the Bronx d"clnred his inten
tion to-day of presenting to the Grand
Jury next week evidence In alleged
fraudulent attestations of signature,
to the petition of Edward L. Van Or
den, whose name as Independent Re
publican candidate for Sheriff was or
dered stricken from tho ballot by Su
preme Court Justice Glegerlch late
Justice Glegerlch found, on evidence
presented, that nearby 1,000 of the
signatures to the. petition were In
valid nnd with tho invalid signatures
removed there remained less than the
1,500 signatures of registered voters
required by law. In the course of the.
proceedings charges were made
against' two notaries public and Jus
tice Glegerlch suggested thnt tlti'se
charges be called to thu attention of
tho District Attorney.
Richard W. Lawrence, Republican
Chairman of Bronx County, decided
to postpone action until aftur the
electlonln order to avoid taking a
Republican organization fight Into the
rrlmlnnl courts. llowovilr TllMfi-Mt
Attorney Glcnnon, who is n Democrat,
will to tuna up me inniiiT itnmeili
Van Orden. ufter being defeated '
to advantage in this large, modern store. You'll be
surprised how easy it is to open tut aceount hen.
Just make your selection from a large assortment of
smart garments, make, a small first payment, the
balance in convenient weekly or monthly payments.
These overcoats have been tailored with the con
sideration that for the next five or six months an
overcoat will be a man's street costume. In
every instance the materials have been selected
for their long wearing and weather-proof quality.
In these gioups are overcoats for every type of
man and every sort of weather. Single and
double-breasted styles in medium Weight and
heavy weight fabrics, half belted and all around
belted; large convertible collars; as well as more
conservative form fitting models. All sizes.
For men and young men.
53-57 W. 14th St., Near 6th Ave.
the primaries by the Coalition candl.
date, Patrick J. Kane, former Demo
cratic leader of the Third Aasemhly
District, entered the lists as nil .nds
peiulcut candldato on a so-called flvt
cnl fate ticket,
Tho case came before Justice Gie
gorlch on a motion by John Boyit.
representing the Coalition party of
tho Bronx, who disputed tho validity
of 913 of tho 2,363 signatures on the
Van Orden petition.
The case was decided by Justice
Glegerlch after seventy-one men and
women had been subpoenaed and
taken In eight automobiles to the
court, whore they stated they had
signed the petition under the - im
pression that it was a 6-cent faie
proposition. They said they dld not
know that Van Orden had anythmg
to do with it.
It was admitted at the beginning
of the hearing that 719 of the 915
had not registered. Nlpeleen other
signatures were alleged forgeries,
nineteen duplicates and six Illegible,
thus bringing the number of Invalid
signatures to 831.
Following further Investigation It
was brought out forty-two more had
not registered. This brought tlm
number of Invalid signatures to S76.
which deducted left but 1,190 valid
lr. .lonntlmn Tltua TJero Ulrnll.
Dr. Jqnnthan Titus Deyo. seventy-five,
of No. 821 Beverly Road. Brooklyn, dltrt
suddenly last night In front of No. jr
Fifth Avenue. Brooklyn, while on ;n
way to a patient In South Brooklyn.
Mrs Deyo said Dr. Deyo was not well
.ast night but tho call was from an old
patient and ho folt ho must respond
Dr. Deyo was born in Ulster Countv.
New York. He practiced in Manhattan
tor about thirty years beforo going to
Brooklyn twenty-five yoars ago.
Ilolel, 3lan'a Snlclile l.alil to I'rn
liltilllon. -Malcolm ftobertson, fifty years old,
proprietor of tho Empire Hotel, Canar
slu Landing, on Jamaica Bay. was foim.l
dead early to-day from a bullet .wound
In his head. Investigation showed It
was a case of suicide. Since Prohibi
tion business haa not been so good
rtobertjon was a well known Mason.
BOYS, SAYS LAWYER
James and Alexander Declared
Not Benefited That Way
NolUior Jama? Stlllman, age seven
teen, nor his Brother, Alexander, ten.
has any trust fund, nocordftis to the
statement to-day of Outorbrldge
Morsoy, who Appeared for James A.
Stlllman, dn opposition to Mrs. Anne
Urqiihart Stlllman's application to
bo appointed goneral guardian or
certain trust funds nnd moneys ere-'
atod by tha grandfather of tho child
ten The only funds In the posses
sion of tho children'? father, the at
tornoy said, represented hlrthdayand
Christmas sifts mado lo tho children
by their Rrandfathor and their father
durlns the last sixteen years
This Information came out during
iigunicnts before Surrogate Cohalnn.
who reserved decision and gavo both
sides one week In which to filo briefs.
Xelther Mrs. Stlllman nor the banker
John V. Hiennun and City Judge
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Our regular 75c
This famous coU
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some sweets put
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s o m o I y Iitho
tainer of a fitting
'The Legend of Sleepy Hollow '
Our Halloween Round Box
A. BEAUTIFULLY decorated container In appro
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rknrnlatsi. Each nacknre contains a repro
duction of that famous classic,
THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOL
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Hard Candles, Assorted Chocolates, Chocolate Marsh
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The Individual packages are w r a p p e d In Orange
William F. Uteakley, appeared for
Mr . Stlllman, while Onterbridse
Noisey and Cornelius I, Sullivan
loprest'iited Air Sllitman.
Mr .omev s.ild he wished lo coi
leol the Impression set lorlli in thu
petition 'by the boys' mother that
they are beneficiaries tn certuln trust
funds. "They aro not specific bene
flcmtlcs under any trust funds," said
the attorney, "either nutlet tho will of
their grandfather or by the creation
of their father."
The only funds, the attorney said,
consisted of Christmas and birthday
gifts given by the grandfather and the
father, 120 shares of National City
Bank and other stock. Jnmts's share,
.Mr. Ilorsoy said, totals J157,310, bring
Ing an annual Income of fll.SSl, which,
the.attornoy pointed out, Is very good,
sonslderlng the present dopressed
"In the case of Alexander," tho at
torney said, "the funds for him In the
possession of tha father amount to
$1,99, producing an annual Income
Tho present divorce suit was al
luded to by Mr. Horsey when he ex
plained to the court that the suit Is
pending in Westchester County. He
said that under a ruling of that court
tho children were permitted to elect
the parent with wliom they wished lo
live. The attorney argued that for
the Surrogate to paws now on Mrs!
Rtlllman's application would result In
two courts deciding the question as
to the fitness of gitaj-dlnnshlp ond
might cause confllctlun Mr. Horsey
urged no action be taken by the Sur
rogate pending the result of the dl
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OCTOBER 28TH AND 29TH
In richly decorated
In ass ortfld flavors.
The Halloween Toy Sensation
Jack O'Lantern "Awheel"
A MOST substantial and amus
ing toy to delight the little
ones. Just like illustration; 7
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and they're not $1.00 apiece as the
"exclusive" stores would ask. A
manufacturer wanted the cash. We
had it, and bought
WHILE THEY LAST,
Materials are provided so the six Lofty
pops can be dressed up as Halloween
scarecrows and made to .
stand at each plate as M ff
PACKAGE OF SIX
f I t? A M I ID DDCPIMriT
TO WOMEN VOThv3
Congresjwoman Says' Men Ipw
No Mors About Game wnw.
BOSTON, Oct. Mr
Women were advised to mix up
In precinct politics and not to coii-s
slder themselves "superior to such
th'ings as politics" tr Alice FUAertt
son, representative In Congre V
from Oklahoma, In e. Roossvelti jT
Day address here lust ntghU ' w
"I used to say that not o&tv
"woman in 100 know Anrthtnr.i
nbout politics," Mill Robertson
continued. "It was ons of th old
argttments of the Antln. rv
since found out that not rat in
100 men know anything mora than
the women do. The remety for
that Is for the women to mtk
the men Interest themselro mora..
Clean up your precinct polities. It
you don't you can never b o
suied or the best Governmsnt for
your otty, your State or your
"Women tiavn no right to see
special legislation any more than
the men have."
IHUIWN l WIIBCK OPF SPAIN.
MADIilD, Oct. 21. Th Spanish
. steamship Tone del Oro has been
I wrecked on th Spanish cout near Port
' Mutton and itventy-two members of hsr
I ciew have been drowned, according to
rupurts received In M"adrld to-day.
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with assorted kQp
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