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W 1W0MEN IN AUTO,
( : I CARPETED WITH
THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1923.
$10 BILLS, SEIZED
Counting Roll When Arrested
but Denv Counterfeits
Are Theirs.
The Arrest of two tnon at 1 A. M
to-day by Detectives Howard O'lxsary
nnd William llown. of the Onk Street
Station. . expected to break up a
pans which has teen flooding the
East Side with counterfeit $10 and
$20 hills The detectives report that
at the time of tho nrrrsU, thoy solrd
twenty-six alleged counterfeit bills In
an nuto In which one of tho prisoners
was seated.
The men descrllicd themselves as
Ralph Gangale. twenty-one. a chauf
feur, of No. 1 Franklin Street, and
Michael Grazlosa. twenty-four, a
laborer, of No. 82 Bayard Street.
The detectives were on patrol early
to-day when they noticed an automo
bile of expensive make standing near
Bayard Street. Gangale. at tho
wheel, was ;ountlng a large roll of
bills while Grazlola was bending over
looking Into tho cur.
"What are you doing?" asked
O'J-eary. npproachlng tho two men.
"Just counting tho roll to hoo If
It's all there," tho men replied.
O'Lenry looked Into the tonnonu of
the muchlnc and sow tho floor car
peted with $10 bills.
'Do you usuull use money for up
holstery In your machlno?" he asked
an he gathered u handful of tho bills
nid begun to Bcrullnizu them.
Firemen in Rival Nines Vron't Know
To-day's Batteries Until They See Them
LEADERSHIP FIGHT
ARREST BROTHERS
OF DEAD GANGSTER
i.
N RICHMOND DU
E
TO CAHILL'S DEATH
Many Candidates for Chair
manship of Democratic
Genera. Committee.
a Ills leugucr. Hunk Marshall of En
gine Company No. :0t pitched well
for eight Innings but was smoked
out ut the beginning of the ninth
when ho gavo way for a pinch hitter.
Kin of San Juan Hill Feud
ist Accused of Violating
Sullivan Law.
Edward anil William McGlynn,
brothers of the notorious Scotty Mc
Glynn, tho Sam Juan Hill gangster
who continued u feud with his old
enemy, Frank Gllllo, even after tho
twil W(fn MfintmirAl trt Kini. (llnw
where Gun ostnbbed him to death. Managers Mute as to ntcners
were arrested to-day by Detectives n SCCOnd Game Between
cromn and ixsnch and charged with rw j u, Vnrl-
Violation of tho Sullivan Ijiw. -ui..i5. auu .-v. . . r.
TllP twn lMfrtlVf worn InnlHntr ir
suspects In n hold-up when they saw JO.cpn vjoracn. rue umcngo party consists or ii"
the McGlynn- and William Dorry in a HP"? baseball teams representing hersons. Eleven Aldermen camoW
restaurant at No. 101 West End Ave- 1 '" l""cm ' , Armtigo representing Mayor Thomp-
nue. They found a blackjack on Ed- ork nnd t-hlcugo will ciasn in BOn, who hud to remain In Chicago
ward, a long knife on William and a tho second game of tho current series I because of the railroad crisis. No
pistol on Dorry, Edward was held In 0f three at Ebbets Field this after-1 rn.ll crisis, however, could keep Fire
J2.500 ball nnd Dorry in $3,000 ball for ... ,. , t dvanc0 hlcr uucklcy away while his men are
Special Sessions, while William, kho 1 attempts to get advance 1)iltulnB for U)c NntlonnI nro Eatura.
boa seved time In Sine Sine, wim i,pi,i I Information as to tho pitchers to bolcnnmponsllp Tno -smoUey Joe" of
in $3,000 ball for tho Grand Jury by used in to-day's gamo proved futile. Chicago rooted until hn could root no
Magistrate Sims In tho West Side The managers of both teams prefer more. During tho fifth Inning rally
qourt. , B manne 01 ul" ltu' v by tho visitors, Chief Buckley was
10 Keep iiicir suiciuuuo constantly on his feet waving his
Acting Deputy Chief Henrornan nnui hands and exorcising his lungs.
rhnrlln Maiiror. Manager and Cap
.... ... v .n.tiviiiv I our own --nmoKey joo" Martin wns
tain of theNcw lorkers. respec Ively. I needIesa , ,mt nftcr th(f
gavo prefect imitations oi fifth Inning, not qulto so lively na
when they were asked to throw some I Chief Buckley. Too bad he couldn't
light on the subject
Staten Island Democratic leaders
are surveying anxiously tho situation
caused by the recent death of Bor
ough President Cahlll and the neces
sity of choosing n new Chairman of
the Richmond Borough Democratic
General Committee, which carries
with It the iwirty leadership in the
borough. There are several anplrnnts
and several combinations are being
considered with a view to greater
party solidarity at tho next elections.
Aldennan David S. Hendt, whose
support of John A. Lynch for Bor
ough President to succeed tho lute
Mr. Cahlll was thought by friends
would result In his appointment as
Commissioner of Public Works, Is Vlco
Chairman, and looks to Borough Prcai
dent Lynch and tho luttcr's friends
to support him for tho Chairmanship
Borough President Lynch to-day de
nied a printed report that ho had up
pointed Aldorman Remit to tho public
works post, which was made vacant
when Borough President Cahlll de
manded and received tho resignation
of John E. Bowe.
Joseph McKay of Tompklnsvlllc, d
supporter of Joseph F. O'Gnuly, su
perseded by Cahlll hb Richmond Dem
ocratic leader, also is un aspirant
His cundlducy Is urged on the ground
that It offers un opportunity for tho
two fuctions to como together before
the next election. James W. Hen
nessey ot Now Brighton, u personul
friend of Cahlll, also Is strongly sup
ported and commands tlu$ votea of
the North delegation, it is s.ud
Other aspirants aru Park Commls
sinner Thomas R. McGlnley of Sta-
pleton and Deputy Water Commla-
hloner James L. Vail of Hoscbank
EMPLOYEES NAMED
IN OSGOOD WILL
D. S. C. FOR BEARER
OF MESSAGE TO GARCIA
Brtnteil IteroKiiKInn of Srnlucn if
Itrtlrrd Major.
WASHINGTON. Juiy 21. Belated
recognition of tho man who carried "a
message to Garcia" wus accorded by
turn In a Borough Call Just before
that fatal inning.
Roosevelt Hospital Receives
Residue, Valued at
$111,55(1.
Roosevelt Hospital, relatives and
faithful employees of the late KIlz.i
both A. Osgood iebtjverd gtjnrrous be.
quests under her will, which wus of
ferod In Surrogate's Court to-day for
settlement. Tho residue
Twenty-Eight Preferred Death
To jarrender in Rio Fortress
With Pieces of Flag Pinned on Hearts They Fight Be
siegers and All Arc Killed or Wounded,
UIO JANEIKO, July 12 (Correspondence ot the Associated Press).
The series of events In Klo Janeiro within tho past Week, find which wan
reported throughout tho world an a "revolution," was tho prooact ot In
tcn6o feeling which had Its Inception In the Presidential election hold
on March I. The supporters of Nllo Pecanha claimed victory, oven afte:
the Brazilian Congress recognized the election of Arthur Bornardes.
For reflections on the Government
by Mnrshal Hermes da KoiiBeca, for
mer President o ftho republic nnd
ranking officer of the nrmy, ho was
arrested. H- was liberated on July 3
and Immediately disappeared from
tho city. At 3 o'clock on tho morn
ing of July 5 tho Copacubana Jort
rcss, at tho mouth of tho Rio Janeiro
Harbor, fired several twelvo-lnch
guns as a signal of revolt.
With tho first shots, tho Govern
ment forces, who had been prepared,
began action. An artillery duel be
tween tho fortresses of Satita Cruz
and Vlglu on tho one sido and Copa
cabana on tho other continued until
0 A. M. this morning, when 200 men
and ofllccru surrendered and received
immunity.
Three Lieutenants una twenty-live
niCIl WHO ITIUHU UeClUtU HIV nuuiu
nbandon the lort and nttucK tno dc
Hleglng lines. They decided to die
fighting "for the cause.
Then followed the most dramatic
episode of the entire revolt. Cutting
tho Brazilian flag into twenty-eight
pieces each one of the de.pcrate group
Pinned a piece of It over his heart and
swore that ho would die fighting.
Loading themselves with all the
ammunition thoy could carry nnd
seizing nlles nnd automatic pistols.
tho twenty. Bight started on their for
lorn march against the besieging
regiments at 2 P. M. Under cover
of sand piles nlong tho beach, atom
walls, houso corners and trcs, tl
marched through the district towuf
the city, tiring effectively at their op
ponents as they advanced, galnlm
the wooded slopes along tha district.
Thslr number dwindled as they pro
gressed, however, and In leas than an
hour nil of them were killed or seri
ously wounded.
THREE ARRESTED
IN L. I. TIRE THEFT
Purty in Toi ing Cm'
Brought From Stamford
Face Charges.
1 Three men arrested In Stamford.
Conn., In connection with tho theft
of tires nnd automobile accessories
from a garago at Malvcrne, , L. I.,
vera arraigned befote Justice of tho
Ptuco Edward T. Neu to-day and held
.vlthout ball for tho Grand Jury. The
iro Drayton Tyleo and his brothot
Kdward of Rockville Centre and Hor
rid Karnsworth of Montpellor, Vt-
Thcy wero arrested whlla touring
through Stamford when tho police
saw a quantity of tires and supplies
m tho rear of the car. Edward Tylee
confessed, the police say, that he and
the other two men broke into the
Malverno garage last Wednesday
night. Pollco say the car also had
been stolen.
Capt. Ralph Bennelo and Managor
Peter Holm of tho Chicago team wero
lust as reluctant about giving out
SIMPLE SERVICES
AT FUNERAL OF
EDITOR
MILLER
the War Department to-day when it information as to their plans as tho
announced the award of a Distinguished ocai pilots. Tho Smoko Eaters from
Service Cross to MaJ. Andrew S. Itowan I tho Windy City are hero to get re-
of San Kruiicloco. retired, tho hero of venire for thu beatings tho New York-
the Incident. I ers administered to them last year at
. ih .i.,i, f un.ni.h. Chicago, and If yesterdays game is
American War In 1898. Rowan, then a " "m? f lh'r de'e""lnaUon ll,cy
t i. i, .ii.i.u ..l eviucnuy mean
enemy lines In Orlente. croised the K..rU. i,nnft neonlo attended the
Island of Cuba and not only delivered 1 0DeninK pirne of tho series. Scores
message to uen. uarcia, out, ills I 0 prominent city officials, neauea by
citation says, "obtained secret informs- Mayor Hylan, Hro Commissioner 1 ponHlirf f"H hv Hr Prnwrlfr ll
iiiM rr.ii.iivn in pxlatlnc mllitarv rnnril. I Drcnnan and Assistant Ciller josepn I J '
tlonn In that region of such great value Crawley, saw tho contest, tno pro-
that It ha dan Important bearing on ceeds of which will go lowara sian-
the quick ending of tho struggle and lng tho $100,000 Honor Emergency
tne complete success oi me unueii i j.nj of tho Now YorK I' lro uepnn
aiaies Army. mnnt for tho caro of Injured und ills
abled fire fighters.
100,000 V
RDICT
St. James Episcopal Church
Many Floral Tributes.
The funeral of Charles Ransnm
Tho Chicago firemen ure hero I miner, iai? euuor-in-cnicr or tno Ken
in rnr-lnroeate tho trln the I York Times took nlnnn ilila mnrnlmr
NEWTOWN AHDS, North Down. Ire- . ' ade to ther clty n ,.,., mrm ... . ... .
Und, July SI (Associated Press). MaJ.- irn whBn the Mutual Benefit Fund of . ... ..'.
Qen. Rt. Hev. J. M. Slmm.. former tho Klro Department of Chicago raised dCnCC' . . - ' nrK Avenue-
the sum of 1112.000 for tho widows " " ai oi. jamcs r-pis-
nnd orphans of the men of their de-I copal Church, 71st Street nnd Madi
son Avenue, half an hour later.
The ntmplu Enlsconal hurial ser.
The Mayor tossed the first ball I vices were conductrd at tho church
from a box niong mo ion neia una in. Dr. Frank Warlleld Crowder. th
and tho game started. In honor of ,)Ustor. Tho edlllco was crowded
. . . 1 . . . . ir.ilnn ' I ...
ine visnors, mujui jjiiu mui twill) members or tho newspaper
them un even two Innings, but when I rrofesslon with whom Mr. Miller had
MAJOlt Cl'.V. J. M. SIMMS ki;c-
CEKUX WIl.SU.M.
Ch&plaln-ln-Chlef of the Urltlah Expe
ditionary Forces, has 'been elected, un-
opposed, to succeed the late Field Mar- I n-irtment
nuai oil iivtit f iiii.uii us ...ciii.fi u . 1
parliament, It was announced to-day.
HANGMAN'S WORK
UNCERTAIN AND NO
DAV D AtCC C HANfF he Baw that 18 r00l,n,r 'aea to Jinx K.en associated us well us with hosts
---- tho (.'liicagoans no ion ior nis own ot friends he had met during hip
i.o neiiinn me new iur pencil, i jOUrnnIlstlo career of nearly half a
Canadian Can Spure Wife honn p- cuiierton, civilian head of otntury
ino wiiubw ... ......... tub sen-ices were sung by the full
him why tho hurry, but failed to get veBte(J cholr of Ht, jami;l,. chllrrn
a satlsractory ropiy. under the direction of O. DarllnL-ton
irlnhnrnn. nliiimh APmtut tv, , ..
Tho Anv wnn mnnt nirropnhtn tar n . . : h
. ..;'.,'. ;;. i;i.. "icai servico conSlstd of tho organ
Only $75 a Month Instead
of ?110 Asked.
, MONTREAL,, July 21.
Pleading that his business is
uncertain and that his Income
cannot arbitrarily bo Increased,
Arthur Ellis, hangman, has in
formed the court that he can
spare his wife only $75 a month,
Instead of tho 1110 she asks.
Kills, now on his way to Van
couver to bundle the execution ot
three men, was brought Into
police court on a charge of as
sault preferred by his wife. The
complaint was withdrawn after
ho promised to give Mrs. Ellis
the lift and the couplo had
shaken hands hands on the bar
gain.
But Mrs. Ellis has recon
sidered, and again Is pressing 'or
tho $110. Her husband hud been
notified that shu Intends suing
ior a fcuparauon.
Sk?h- P,d7 "6h, He. Z 'ErJTo
,.i.. . u ,, Mendelssohn. Selton's Burial Chant
n Mlln1." r.l h!.lr fllrnlahul "I oiibmiii
vi.vi ...... " I -i ,1 Tnt V. .. ...
rollull Inilnh In thn Hpnn It I mv iinilirm I
mrinkled a little ut times but the ,fard a Volce Prom Heaven," S
weather man, realizing that water Oosa, and the rccesslon.il hymn
n n nonr medium to uso to scare Jerusalem the Golden." by Rwlng
u fireman, gavo It un as a bad Job. The organ postludo was Handel'k
L.urgu.
Tom Dowllnc. n nronx product. I Dr. urowuer cunin in from his tiw
nlayed centre for Iho locals nnd fur-I mer homo at Norfolk, Conn., to nffl
nlshed tho real punch of the batting, ciute ut the service. Ho .iccompunlci
A single, n long triple and n base! the cortege to Woodlawn Cemdiur
Ion balls was his quota out of the nvol where lie conducted the cominltlu
trips to the plate. The memtxT of services at the grave. The flora
Engine Company No. S3 uiso got n tributes were muny und beautiful
stolen Ikisc
I'ATiucK mii.hm: ii i:ik omi; m
Olllo Dempsey of Hook und I .ad- I Till: hi:vt.
Ider Company No. 102 dlil some very I Patrle"! M.ilone, fifiy years old, of No
Hpectulur worn behind the plate lor 750 second Avenue, a oveicome
the New Yorkers, and red beaded tho neui wnue ni No. 32'J . Irst ,
I Jim McGovern of Engine Company I enuo hi noon lo-uaj, na alter bein
I No. 05 took caro of first base like ' aiienaeu nem nome
Tho Flro Department Band furnish
d tho music. When the visitors 1 judicial
mnrcheil out on the flcld, they wero I valued at Mil, .556, goes to the bos
net with "Hall Chicago." If that pital
was what put so much pop Into them I The accounting shows tho following
the band had better change tne tune eBaciea: Emmie A. Anderson of No,
to-day. There was singing, too. 268 mversido Drive, an lece, J75.000;
Irene Thomas, a niece, 150,000; Mary
Elmer Maagnr pitched for tho Chi- I Osgood Cutter, a cousin, Salem.
encoana and turned in an excellent! Mass., J30.UUU; hanio fcargent, u
gamo. Ho nllowed tho locals but! friend, Kulem, 835,000 ; Frank H
eight well scattered hits and though I Sincerbeaux, a friend, for tho bene-
he had soma trouble finding the plate rit of his 'children, $10,000: Elsie
at tho beginning of tho game, lie I SchenkTierg,' a friend, o f No. 11 West
finished llko a whirlwind. 1 47th Street . $10,000: Coadjutor
Bishop-elect lUght Re Charles Lewis
Ten of tho Chicago players werol Slattery, for officiating at decedent's
accompanied by their wives. Whether funeral ceremony, $1,000
they camo Just for the trip or to seal Five thousand each to Margaret
if their husbands really went to New Manning) NOeJfit East 71st Street,
York to play ball could not, up toi "faithful, maid;" Mary McDormott,
a late hour to-day, be discovered. Englewood, N. J., "my laundress; Dr,
Charles A. Whiting, No. 54 West 52d
Street, "for kindness to mo In time
of trouble;" Mary E. Dougherty, No
9 East 86th Street, dressmaker,
$2,000; New York Society for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Children,
$25,000,
QUEEN OF THE GYPSIES,
MRS. LOVELL, DIES AT 70
Knoirn From Coant to coast
Head of Hovlnir Hand
TOLEDO. O.. July 21. Mrs. Sophia
Lovell, seventy, once kuown from coaBt
n .nual an f1lln nf IllR flVnHlPM. !
APpeiiaic UlVlSlOn UeClSlOn Iblilend in a tiny plcturepque cottage Here,
1 I uflilli cnraninp(l All till (In In tftlts f.ATiP.
UnanimOUS in ACtlOn On Man dally placed for visiting members of
n, . ,, I the roving Danus are more uinn a nun-
O War S Brother. drcd former members of her gypsy
band
The rovers began to arrivo early in
ti,. Annoiinin TM..i.i nr ii.althft week when it Decaiue Known mat
I ... tnftnnr nii.iin hml rinlv fL frw rluvs
supremo Court for tho Second Dls- 'to llvc- shc d(ea yesterday. She was
trlct to-day alflrmed tho decision of! born In England In 1802 and came to
li.UIco Cropsey of Brooklyn, giving America rNnw
H. P. Sinclair a Judgment of $100,- NEWARK JITNEY INCOME
"00 against Jamcs n. Johnson, arts-1 cunuS SROfl OOO P.AIIM
np out ot tno purchase of Play
fellow, tho full brohter of Man O' Crrr 811,740,810 PaMmgen in
Wn ' I,at Six Months
Slnrlair and Jnhnnn .r. fnmnus More than $500,000 Increaso in the
I rnoBlnta of 1 tnev buses Ior the first air
inrso owners and breeders and after I months of the present year over the
llin I?rinl nnrlnrmnnra nf M,in r' I COrreSDOnOIng DeriOO Ol 13JI WBa Dtl
War last year Sinclair Instructed announced lo-oay oy ino wiy uirccior of
nm HIM
u rchaso
hupe was effected for $100,000 and ., .ix months, which Is 12.40S.817
lino nine laier. air. Hincinir tomi more than mey carriea in me same
the court. It was discovered that I time last year
layfellow was running poorly nnd
was easily distressed, and that he
van n "wlndsucker."
It was In hit March that Justice
Cropsey rendered his decision, which
HIS BRIDE GONE
BAKER KILLS SELF
Police Sav Bellmore Man's
Wife Wanted to Live
in N. V. City.
Because his bride of two weeks had
left him when he refused to move
to New York City, tlitj police say
William Mohnnan. twentj-mne years
old, employed as n baker In Manhat
tan, committed Suicide by lunging
himself to a rope in n barn behind his
home at Bellmore, Long l-jiund, early
to-duy.
Mohrman'a wlfo arrived here from
Germany about a month ago and they
were married two weeks latei. Ac
cording to the poller, she expressed
her dislike to living with Mohrniun
and his mother at theli nome hcio
and finally left the house yesterday,
saying she would nqt return.
ELANS TO REGISTER
PLANES LIKE SHIPS
VMi I
TIIADK MARK
Who Wouldn't Save JfV
Here's Where You Win Ot
Friday & Saturday, July 21st & 22nd
E
AFFIRMED IN THE
PLAYFELLOW SUIT
t year Sinclair Instructed announce .-uy Uj v .,tCigr oi
,i lt , ,.'. Revenue and Finance In Newark. N J
lieth to negotiate for the bujei opcratln ln K k
of tho animal. The pur- carrled $6,740,810 passengers In the
Paris OfUeial Would IIae
Record as Guarantee to
Passengers.
PARI8, July 21. Airships, in the
opinion of Laurent Kynac, Under
Secretary of State for Aeronautic,
should be rated as other ships. He
is planning u Lloyds Hegister of Air
s.iips, designed to give the uge, motor
power, dato of overhaullngs. the
place of construction und the port or
reglhtry of ul! passenger airplanes
He says this will afford un ttUsoluto
guarantee both to nlr travelleia and
aerial transportation companies.
frhre
ASSORTED CLUB
CHOCOLATES
V A L iS1 E
POUND NET
40c
CHOCOLATE
COVERED DATES
VALUE
POUND NET
49c
CHOCOLATE
COHERED ROASTED
ALMONDS
REGULARLY fJGkn
POUND NET 'ft
$1.68
Worth
CANDY
for
99c
While they last
Southern Parlines
Six big toothsome Louisiana goodies,
with tasty Pecan Nuts.
PACKAGE
Regularly 50: Extra Special,
generously spangled
c
39
Extra Special :
It
American
Filled
Confections
Rf gularly 69c A f
pound 49c
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Credit That
Sarpattes Cash!
In Jue , rlTtnr jurely
in conrenlence. Thli
Diamond $00
Solitaire TCU
lA-Kt. BrlMi white roM.
Sitttlnr of unuiaal dis
tinction.
Tkii iTtn-tton clsitcr
iintU $1000$kAOO
DUmond, OXJ
Opm Saturday Until 9
mm
m
n
BOWIWJflJ
r
was in effect that tho trade was off.
riio Appellate Plvislon was unan
imous In Its affirmation of the
Cropsey decision, which means that
there cun be no further appeal, that
Mr. Slnclulr gets his money back and
that Mr. Johnson must pny all costs.
Horsemen who have been watching
tho late workouts of Playfellow de
dure that the animal is now In Bpien-
did cond.tlon.
iMi;itir.v NTi:.Msinia wiuxdbd
in 111. t(l( si: A.
LONDON, July Ml. A Lloyds' do
ipatclt from 1'unt.tuntlnople yesterday
uaieu inai tin- Aim rli-un steamer IIIBUd
was rtl'Hiiili-d mi I'ape Kerempe, near
he town of (I'lngulduli. on tho Hlack
icn. Tim Italian Mmiinor ltemo was
'landing by wlim tho steamer strunikd,
hi- despatch reports.
Tho lllgho it ft Constantinople for
llutuiu on June 30.
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