COHALAN SAYS HF
Justice Refuses to Comm<
Further at This Time on
"Ch?rrjes" Made by
POSTPONES TRIP ABROj
But Gives Illness of His Cfc
dren as Reason for Change
in Plans-All Those Men?
tioned in Case Main?
1 F ?'.-.ha!
? rrrioi, '
le by John A. ( '
re he l
him, v- in
? 'ii?-.] tr
? Warren, had be
Corno l/'s Further 'Charges.'"
i? T immai
1 I :h..tisa?
for his ?
from the 1
t ?..halan, and pa
aegnrfrating ?" aerordtn??
?? h'nl with < 'chalan.
Thfre was a decided reluctai
r.n ihr i?-rs.>t
prominently mentioned in Connolly
? Is t.. discuss the ma
Mr. Warren declined t.-> mmmen
matters relating to differences betwe?
em and Justice Cohalan.
Alfred B. ' r ilkshank, ? f No. ?i
? street, who acted as attorney f.
? c -v note t
and ii. loppel affldav
? he would n<
made his Stat ' f S inda
night denying that he knew .,r ati
1 roni'V" <.f ;:; - | OT politiCI
dlzement r'.nntne with the n-tt
unless the Imputation had been mad
that he might have advised his cher
? time t.. make a note fot
rstand tl * it was purely
transaction," sa*d Mr. Crulh
shank, "and that the note re;
am-- ? thai Mr Connolly owe
Mr. Cohalan. There is nothing inmti
? m the letter which I ?a rote t
Mr. Connolly m ' ? ??. 1912, whk
vas published yeeterday, telir .
? t r,n to ask him t
I th SS appomtmen
and th?- statement I made in ?
I**. " had no < ' ? as fa
the stauments ar
t ?y are pur
a ski -'r?nie ?'curt Just.
? nee, and I did
??? j. i?, m - 'id. of Pi'
?'ounty. whom Connolly ment lone
In hi?- ;. "f 'h
..f the Victo? Hi
,rd tu ti Mr. ?'ohaln
- Connolly sa; ?, 1 tain tit;
;t half interest in th
bus - i i". regard t.? the
particular part of the Connolly
no last nig'it
Jude ' 'amen
Resigned Many Years Ago.
tor of that rom
many years ago. and th.i
SS) about it."
? th'- oflVers of t!.'
.- i ommittee of th?? la .
? xi.it ..n or the State Bar A?
? - esterday up.i;
the poaaibility of investigating th*
. - - - .is'.r.r.st Justi ?<
? .rned that no form. :
nutted to ?-ithcr
t?>mmitt*?e wht?h would warrant action
?.n their part. Buch ?harges might tie
tiled with either committee, although :t
is believed thai the locral aaeoclatlon
most iTk-ly one to be
? all? il mon to make an ln.'-iiry. in
view of the facl that none of the alle?
gan.ms affect? ? CohalSja'S re.
sinve he has been upon the ben. h
tt ? I
as to whs ?-'ht be Invoked
:ie the ,-harges and i
tn. m .- gaily.
it area pointed oui that in the , ,.o
of Jua< s Warren B. Hooker. ..f tl*a
-. against w 1mm a
lions de of furthering; th
j .. Ct rt.-iin r.Ih- rsr i k' ?
matt.r v. i m the hands . r
the E 09 tur investi?
gation by the Jameste-wa Bar ftssocls
?ion The case Vl| taken to the !
latur? and .! -ker's removal
rrent. resolution of
both houses. The two-thirds majority
tin? resolution was
i - ? ned and Justice Hooker r?*
t;nn< -.Ii the 1.. n- h. i
There was no one al Tammany Hall '
jreateMay who would comment on th<
lonnolly statements for pttbll ?ttn.n.
JUSTICE DAXIEI. F I OH \LAN
Wh? t.? ?li-'-ii-.-- further the a'lc^c?! Connolly chav ?
\ gtatemeni omli ?2 from
Leader 1 "harlea P Mui il ? . who - |
d Ground. M in tyj wae
? - ? ;i> as ha ' ln|
I ? '?.hnlan to pa) Iva ? i h?? n
i? Connolly which ? ? ha!an un?
.i fr?.m t1 ? f the
, ontracta "f th*- V*ictor Heal
? ompi ?
Murphy Admini?tereH Rebuke.
rding to Conn? ala of hi?
frlenda vialted Tatnmai Ha and
laid all the clrcumetencen of hli
lired n ? the
Tatni '? p. M irpl *'? h'i?'',,l
them for coming to him with ouch a
matt? rdini n nollj 'a al I
ment, bul when he found thai th?
wT' determined to advine their I
Connolly to bring ?
f,,r the recovery of th" m??nr- be aa?*
cbaian an?! urirer* him to rel irn the
money, which ?'??halan ?1 ?i.
In ?'i.nr, nt he
freely repeats ? 1 l^KTt conv?
which he tin?] wltl ' iiian in regai ?
ir? obtaining city contracta He 1
that Cohalan at first wanted a half In*
? 1I1 m and even went
??.. far m to auggeat 11 a' h<* ??
? t.. p? ? 1 fl nan in tti?*- concern to
look ntereata if th'-> an
an underatandlng. ?'?-?halan flnallv 1
eepted Connolly'a offer cent
of .-il! the profits ?n rlty contracta
pany according to Connolly'a published
Jusli ?? Cohalan had planne.) t
for Europe Thuraday <.n hia annual
\- = it to Ireland. The juatlce fias al
waya l availed with lis family, nn.l
laal summer, after the death oi
1 ch Idren ?? tth him
on hla vacation ii? I poned
Balling for a ??-?"'c H?. Mid yneti ?
th?* ? ? due t?. th?*- lll
uf his children with the meaolea,
an?l n??t in any way t" the Conn?
MILLION FUND FOR STRIKE
?Erie Telegraphers Await Result
of Week's Conferences.
'and the Erie Railroad Compel
i.'i (or a y> per cent Increaee In
? u h? d the ? .!.??. 1 ccordlng
to the union? riffli-ir?. yesterday, when a
!tna.v Ink?- place " I -. time un,
rettlement Ik rea? lud this week
?f C gel ? national on-arizer of
' ? Order ?.f Railroad ToipKraphers. h?
j ?erts the operators, as -,?e;i a* the
offldala, ha\e been preparing f.?r a gtrlkd
and the union, he sa\s. has a fun?l "f
' . carry it on \ ballot, he d?
??lar?. ?? l in an aim?? t unanimouo
I M.i" for a strtk?'. bul the order ha.? been
1 held up pending ihe rrsuit of a eon?
? a with .1 i' Stuart, rk?e>preeideot
?f t; morrow
In Caa? II fans t'. bring nhoit rear?s.
H B Perham, president ..f the <>r<).
Railroad Telegraphers, who is exp. t
t?> arriva here from -?t 1.0,Ms on Thurs?
will make a final attempt to bring
about a pacific aottlemenl before
snlke order Roe.? Into ?-ff. . t
BROOKLYN WAS THE DIRTIEST
Clean-Up Yielded 9.S47 Loads of Rub?
bish, to Manhattan's 6,779.
The Iiejartment Of Str<et I l.anliK hae
|g part of the "clean-up" .am
orta thai In addition to
regular work, Ka forcea bava hauled
17.71?; loa,is ? r material.
Brooklyn proved to be the ?lirtlest of
the three boTOUgba There the sir- ? t
hails of ruhbl*h
Manhattan yielded onl) 1,71 Ida anrt
The Mroi ? i In exeeaa of the
? . ani?as
Commisalonei Edward? ha? written a
iett<-r congratulating hla men on the
work, for whleb bo uir.i appropriation
? rv <-ri?<i.
WATCH FIRE 22 STORIES UP
Large Crowd Views Small Blaze Atop
the Trinity Building.
Fire partly destroyed a ama'.l ' fl-e
proof Mr .? tire on the top of the Trln
ltv Building yesterday which n-a occu?
pied !?? C Brandies. Inc., manufacturer
el wireiers Instrumenta, .?nd ?aused a lot
of excitement In tha at reel
The building is twnnty-two stories hleh
and the hlnr.e eauaed a lot of smoke Tho
iiAwri? below caused the reeervoo fr?im
two station houses to ? iear them away
no one In the hlK h iild-ng even
knew that there was a Are higher up. i
M?SICA TO ADMIT GUiLT
Leader in $1.000.000 Hair
Swindle Decides on Step.
HOPES TO AID HIS FAMILY
Further Grand Jury Investiga
tion Into Fraudulent Invoices
and Stock Deals to Begin.
t further grand J to th*
?fairs of tl
at. I ? i ..f
? the con
I -? . I,h
m twenty la banks ?
. ? ?
... ?? a of th? pei
? .. i
i Judge Bs
? sclded la?-' ? rheth?
? .n a? he makes
? ? ? i ?1sti ?.. t A" v s ' pre
BO before that |
; jut v ti.is :.
I'hlllp'a i'l-?i was
.?...-. ,. ,,r,,'e
, Qordot Rattle, ?
\1- I t'lhr, ? 1-' r ? . ? M'
? ? ntlrs
lo th* Mu
I He was ; ? sei
[Ma triol ? ??
agi - thers into
I trouble be would do what :
Philip's story, while Interesting an.i si?
. in it? delineation of the
imldlng of fais? Ills of
I exrhanKe. was lacking In essential de
Philip found it Impose!! I? to re
m. nit>.-r II?
Could BUI when It
j rame t.. tolling Jist when a particular
| venture was mad.- his memory failed
|fl i ?? , .. foui ? it .lifii.-iiit in ..t.taln
corrobor?t) ? i ?id? i ee Philip had ti
i fea outside of his Immedlets family Th?
w? re Anally found,
and after a talk with two of ti I
Ida*. Mr Kmbree derided to lay the mattet
1 h.-f'ir. the grand i'ir> Imm?diat?
Philip Bays that, unsatisfied with the
? ti from fraudulent Involcea, he had
trlnl 10 PUI through a ?leal in the stock Of
i the United States liait Company. H?
thai tl ?? nit i? a. i??a of id" stork
market were Ion nui? h for him? and that
I Inatead of his stock being i""t d it was
: run up t" an In s ? ?'? v ? : m by means
? ' v?,,?ii aales
i T?. ?? ? ? afora ths Mu?leos departed
i for New Orleans Isst March on thoevs <*>f
,',s, ov< 11 of theli i B< '???' s, the Now
I York .'mi. ?Vsaoclatlon began an Inveetl
gatlon Into iheir Btock and its acrobatics
The investigation resulted In notl
"SWEENEY CELL MATE" HELD
Man .Arrested for Stealing Cab Says
"Inspector Got Rough Deal."
James B. Burna *>f No 111 Weal u-th
street, who said he had just been re*
i from ths i enltentlen on Bla? h
well's Island, where fur t'.v.. weeks lie
had been ths cell mats <>f former Poll ?
Intsp.-'-tcir I."tit ie Sw...... -. o is ;i--., .
before Magistrate Appleton III Ih? West
I Bid? ' oui t yesterds charged ?
I in?; a hOI cab ! i > 'h-ri? k
I ren.'f. Of I OB 01 SI il?, The
Bronx, aiiei:.-.? that Burns and s
on stols ths v.-,i. i?-. v? huh a ??
standing .ri. in Sevonlh ave?
? ..' i t.K yeeterdaj morning i;..tii
? men wer? held In WAS hall.
I WU Is? ? ," <>\?r on the
I'Island.'" Burns said laH< -vas a ?,.....i
[sport, too and i think bs got a rough
WATCH TURTLE GERMS AT ZOO.
The enVlrrv ? of the tUItlS germ will
.... in he dstsrmlnsd In the ?entrai Pi h
menagerie, ,->>. the sun Is not
i hidden tV- ?>;? .jouis A snapping turtl?
| deposited tw?l? eggs in a h..|e m ths
> ?. ?? ? nd alllgatoi .!., ? ,
and now ?i remains i?r the sun to hatch
ihetn out ' Bill ' Bnyder, the head I
1er. Was pnriiii: ..'fi books OH turtles
?,?est?*rday to nnd out hoa lone it would
I take lefore the ?-nam faiiiil. arrived
MILI STRIKERS Ml
Idle Workers Rush for Opera?
tives Escorted by Police
and Fight Is On.
REINFORCEMENTS END RIOT
Charge Mob and Many Heads
Are Battered Before Malcon?
tents Give Way -Strike
Lost. Say Weavers.
Pat? ion, N I M ? M S battit he?
in f.-ii the poll ind aboul a ?
b.ii.'ired ond fifi? itrtkei .irred ? few
minutes after I o'elo k t.. night at Ham?
and Marl ? 'i. .
tro iMo ata i ted ? hen aboul twei
su ikera an. mpb ?! ? ? ? m? n
i employed ?n Aronaohn Brothers' mill. In
' ?iff street, and wl m Patrolmai
? -? "i nnc lo Ihelr bom? i
I..,- e m lelded bli el ib
' lonea. Th< ad ?>f one m Ik
? , ? n hh'i th rnrai
; mob. Th? patrolman flie. se ?
-?m,un n aai
Patro'man gtapli -, ? nd< d, ai
a*as forced to ?Iras
; hi- ui | ha
?? .? n h m?a , . owd
trae turned In
, Two wagonload? "r reserves cam?
i . harged I ? a lib
m ?:??. be ??is were > i a? ??? i
Foui men ? horn Patro man i ? v-e an.l
Btapl? ton had
: - 1 Rave I
aa I P?o. i ifullx
N?"? 'i rk Pellegiino I i. ? ?
th otreet; w l??ain \ an End!, No
1M Not t h . und,
?????et. All were b
? ? . were held wltl ? ?? I .. . i
? 'lie >f 1 ? ? . r \\;tS
d and hla I raa
be? k i" their looma lo day. Th?
flft) m'.ir arnuld
at work II - ind I u W i
er? hadn ' fathered outi
? th" strik'- -?is real
\\ ? n three of th?
Th? SI i ' - ?
? ? ? re,
? . ?
? . | ?? 1 f
nal ? ? ? ?
? it th? till
ro I. \V. W
?\r\* m Irh pchool
? 'ir arma r- r i
? trol wagon and
: ? | i ? the i itis
?. . , ....
it? nta an?
? ' : plead not g
ce Klenev ?
to-.l.i . i , ?n lr.dl fi- ? " ging I
arlt I ng a dli
The I *? ??"! tn?'ir
? e ;
ni ? , f. . ' the broad silk w?av
r v i i |. . ,p the fight ?i ? ;u to
Th? bro ?
? ? ikiiuf meeting this m? i
were the Dohetl I ' ? laworl the Knt
la ?hete work will I" l?-??i.i!
th. m - iii up are lha M i
tha i ?.st. r A 1 t and thi
TELLS Oh A CANCER CURE
'Physician Says 50 Per Cent of
Patients Get Well.
\. ivenl the /
?.. Pbarma? ?utlcal I?eague ai lha
Hotel Astor, laal night, i?- Kenneth I
.i mor, ?f N" Mt Baal ? ? ? Brook?
i , made an a Idr? - ed In he
tween iwo talk- en aodatlsm on the cure
of ? ancer by m? dleln? I ?- I
that, although ha has beei ? ?
in thi.? Une for ten ?rears, and hai
remarkable su? ?ea-- in sr-- ? ? nona
of the big liiiorat'.ri?-? would extend ?
helping hand to him, and thai he huc?
heen Ina lita I by Dr. . of thi
I ei:ln Instil ll
Xna reeulta ohown to ?ou to?nlghl In]
the reii.f and euro of p-ir, er ar.-. I flatter
mraolf, in line ?rlth?nature's own b
pr on aera." aaM Dt, Junor. "Thej can be
se. ip .i by the ordlnan phyal?*ian and
without the neceaalty of Inatltutlonal ?n
The lecturer Hluatrated hla talk with
?orne ver: forbidding looking views, "nu
ti,, ,-.f ? he n?", however, wer? depicted
fr?>m beginning to end, demonstrating the
gr.vlual illsapprarain a Of tumora III
patienta miner hla care Tu., pareona
?\.rn preaenl ?ho rlalmed to have been
cured h? the treatment.
Dr juiH.r would Bay ""' ? - irdlng
the treatment. < \<? pt tl 01 II WM ! '
medicines taken lntematB. Me aold that
I r .lid n"t claim an aba
eaneor only thai his remedy woul'd .- ff ? I
n cur? In at least (0 p?r . ent of the
Id which it might be tried
MISSION OFFICER ENRICHED IT
Treasurer Left Much of His Estate
to the Society.
The wi'l of Henn W lluhbarl ?> ho
'died on Ma' 8 of hear! failure at th#
I ?.fllre of a Safety .leposlt company while
? he wax arranging th? Ota of the
tmertean Mlaatonarj Society, of ? ich
he w,(? the ?r? asure-. 'ea? e? a 1;,. g, ,,nt
of hla eatate 10 the ?o.lety. The ?JoeU?
nient. Oled ve??erda\, contains nuniernus
other be?|ueeta to church organtaatlons
The?e begueaia are Broedwaj Taker?
n?, le so,-iet\. MJSM', First Congregational
. hureh ot Elgin, 111 . MM*', Elgin I
?: 1i Btudenta' i In ntia?i Aa?
lion of the t'nlvcrsltv of Michigan, j: ?
Amerl?-an B,>.?r<] of l'ommlsilon-r? f,,r
Foreign Mlastona. Boston, 11.410; Congre?
gntlonal llon.e Mi???iona.r.> .- . . i .,
Congregational Church Building Society,
?.rrogatlonal Bunda) khool ami
Publication loeJety, ?Beaten. PW; Congre?
gat tonal Education gtrelety, Boston, ij?*,
and Board of Ministerial Hc?.l?, i ..,,.
necticut, y I
i FLOOD, AID TO OEVERY.
GOES OFF POUCE FORCE
?Waldo Also Retires Captain
Reimels and Promotes Two
ROBINSON TAKEN TO PRISON
Sergeant Duffy Will Be Ar?
raigned To-day, but His Trial
Is to Go Over Until June
3 by Agreement.
Inspector .ich" F Flood, one of the few
old !:?'?? aras retired yea
- ph) ?i. al
? in. i load has been captain of the
!(?? is fifty
?. -ni - old, ;ind trill ?'??' slvs .m annual
n of f 1.7SA
Rood a*as appointed a patrolman Iwen?
ago .-itid was ma le ?
reame s lieutenant in
.. | | .. | ?,,. , n..
?id was frtr
of B oklyn.
I Ile s laiy to < hi? fa
on, McCullough and Uevery, and In
I Of 1 ?evei v .
? in The B
brought htm mu? h unsought publl? Ity wnen
t\?.. n< v?. patrolmen In his distri? t. Thomas
i- ? lunnli I
- ? . .1 bout
: up a numbei
| I ??? law.
11 y wen
? 199) when h-?
.?i of the old ' li ind C? ntral
eferred by the
Parkhural ao ety, wh h wer?
? . raed that 1
* the existence of a
disorderly house in West 3-id
efl | to close II
Two New C?ptame Made.
f the Ver
non avenu? a tat
undei rhlch Flood lift
iam H. Wi wera
The follow lni
-. i John i. i a: m th?
... ? t Ion;
. i \\ Thor fr. the West th io
lohn T. !?? '
His Ion; Wtllet Barnes,
fron Manhattan, I
Kult? lyn; William F
'o t he \ '
? ? .
;? . ? ? -, ? .
? ken to sine ."-inn* ,
h -iff Harburg? r. Robtn
. : keeper of
11 . i.. tion for a cor?
[;.. ? ?? tue
h. fi ?
? u ut
1 ? I
? 11- o
. , ...
'???.': ? ?
? on, v? hi? h i aas
? iicn?d for I
ning istia n
Until ?' ' ? '"' ' ?' ' It v? il lie
n ? il h si h of
i..it v int I? ' ike up the Puf
i . .u ths ? "d ??'" I - term be?..
ghl it might drat- o-;? beyond th.
when he a ill leave th. t. ?
if the clvi i
Th? i ndlcted Duffy,
aa neu ?a the four Inspectora Sweeney,
Hussey, Murths and Thompson: Patrol
t. . n Thorn it i J Heaney, Vlctot '?'? ? ? and
William Hlnlth, former patrolman Hoheit
l liner and hit? ?rife, Annie drey, ?nd
arblch also return? i th? Indtctmeni sgaln I
An hut. Will b? ill II. tig b)
? ? . ibut \
CALLS EX-OFFICIAL BRIBER
Indictment Accuses J. J. Dono
hue in Plumbing Board Work.
\ James j Donohus of N" Itl West Nth
nr..'i. ? former member of tl..- Examln
ra was arrested ?? ?
i -. on ?m Indictment i h I erj
He pi? adi .i i "t sullt) before Judge
n m ' I? n< ral Sessions and a ?? -
leaned ? ?? ball
Th. evidence againat Donohus and an- ?
other, a*bo Is said to havs inen indicted,
was furnished bj \.ii;ii?'t ?? Bchwaeger, I
?ils., a loi mer m? tnBor of the board.
s mai g? i v*. .t-- indict' d for bi Iberj and
i 1. ad. ?! guilt) II. i - und.r 16.000 ball
Witnesses told th? grand jurj th>-v had
nenl of sums from
- them th. ?iu< nions to b? a iked .ul,|
.nil them In the answers.
Then, leal m the atreaa ol the examina?
tion the) should forget, he r.iv th. m a
eppy "i" their owe answers written out
? hand Sch? a? pel admitt? .1 that In
th. f.-vv moni v as on the board he
i ?. ared about i
. . ?
PRI.SON FOR WILSON THREATS
New Jersey Black Hand Writers Sen?
tenced Mercy for One.
ob i 'unii and Bet Dav? nport, who i
Icted ol sending Bla? h Hand
letters t" ? Wilson ?hen he ?a,
Governor of Ne were sentenced I
. States lodge Roll? i
itab in Newai k i ?unn gol Uve v. ;us ,.,,?1 '
ird laboi in ths
New j, r ? ? State Pi Ison si Tr? nton
?ll"1- ' then ipp, ,? ,,| ,,, ,
be tome doubl as to the extent of thai
B .Hi of I ?unn end that he would ? ? ?
? Ise id cretion and Imi. s lighter i
sentence on him
WHARrON NEEDS NO TROOPS.
Trente,;-. N .!., May -'" Adjutai
eral Wilbur V Sadler, who with l.i..|
fenanl Colonel .lohn M Holers, of his
devilment Is InVSStlgSting Strike ron
dltlona Bl Wharton, has reported to the
authorities hers that it win be
unnecessar* to ? all out ro..|s.
tr\wV?i red v M\ j
?fj/Tfr man v<^ y^f
\^s^ brand 2 for 25 Ct?.
AtWOOd.* A NEW SUMMER COLLAR THE FRONT DIP
INSURES COMFORT. YET RETAINS THE GOOD APPEARANCE
EARL &. WILSON
MAKERS OP TBOrS BEST PRODUCT.
HINK AT WS
Government Tries to Show U. S.
Steel Favored Bridge Co.
FARRELL WON'T DENY IT
I Harvester Company Bought at
Less than Market Prices by
Buying Early. He Says.
Rfforta to ?how that th? American
: Bridge ?'ompan--. a subaldlary n' the
11'nlted State? steel Corporation did not
re? nil it.? contracta In competition m
?the open market, ag asserted by Jam?
? \ Farrell president of the ci
e of th? rh:ef l'nes of rro??s
examlnatlon yesterday in the hearing ? f
merit's - l : ioIi e ti-,e
?rrell oe,- ?
|U< ted by
la? oh M f
Poi ?? ? work which the American
Bridge Company did for the lia-:
I-pe* under an alleged preferential con?
tract waa particularly attacked b? Judge
?i tit? wltneaa waa <
g a contract for 1908 under
whl??h the system agreed to uac from
. .,f st? el on the
! "Were this ami ??Imitar contracta bO
iupf.1. the .e?'^ ySAk and 1911 mad*
?wi" man linee after other com?
? , ea hid a:: ty to bid In th?
jopen market-? .lu.Ige Dickinaon asked.
i "I am perfei I i ifled other com?
I panics had :> chance to compete,*" Mr
roll declared, but he refuaed to ?
'? It aa hla positive know-ledge, hoa
? . ? rae tha
I The arltnesa waa then asked to produce
I e' w een the 11,1 : r
,'? and representatives of the A
? ? |gf ? . m| - which, ae
I cording to th? proaecutlon cental
r written by one of the railroad men
en market in tra'nsartloni
i ?ealingi i eta ?en th? lnt<
Harveater Company, which cama ui
. i goi ernment, i I
' ? . the
Illinois steel Compon) and the Can -
steel Company, ??te brought into th?
hearing In the form of a contrai f n
In 1901 f th? Illinois S-ee!
. ? ? luced 1
I for 4 r at? I ??> l3.
Which Waa les? than ?he ? ? rlee,
? ferential i
'I would not .-all that pr?fi
Mr. Farrell derlare.!
? ? gell to large Implement makers ?? i
? - prli e a' tha begtm Ina f the eeo
. son, wiii?h npena at a different tim?
I ?ach year This Is ?ion? to -
?? ith ot?-,er Implemei I
evidence and In*
rom I .-?????? l tha
, . ? . ? ? ?? - ? Tes
rhe proa?cutlon Thi? fol?
I a detailed questioning of the arlt?
a h> .fudge i ilck Ihe ata ???
ment? previously Introduced bearing | ?"
ti.nl.irl'. on the Am. \rner
shee? and Rteel companies' Indus
All those portloi i of thi atati enta
? ... i poreonally v
Idenl Farrell and of which he ' >
? ? knoa through his pareonal knowl
edge of I .me under th?
pros ?cutloi - ban a< poor ?
CROWD TO SEE BECKER
Capo Against Slayer Postponed, but
He Is Not Present.
lia i croa led Pa rt ?">. trial
term of th? eaterday to
see Charlea '?'? ker. former lieutenant of
poli?-?, a i o la .i der .? ?i- ath aenl
the murder of Herman Rooenthal
suit broughl against Becker and libarles
B Plltt, ir . bj Mrs Mai y B Cartel waa
called for t'-i.ii but the convicted lieuten?
ant a aa not there and the ?
fourned to Thuradaj b) Justice ??V?
Mrs. Carter ta aulng to recover ?
damages for the ?leath .?:' - and,
v, avert) ? "arter, ? ho waa
iid b" Bei kei and hi?, strong arm BQUad
Plltt als.? was preaenl Joseph \ Bhay,
counael for Be? k.?r. aaked for an nd
inurnment, saving that he had received
the pap,,.m onl) yesterday, and was not
i-.., kfr will not be permitted to leave
his cell, hla t stlmoi bel g taken b)
CHAUPFEUR GOES TO PRISON
Two to Seven Years for Taxi Driver
Who Robbed Sleeping Passenger.
Martin Sanderman ? taslcah chauffeur, '
who was convicted Of grand laneny for
robbing a sleeping passenger of $14.1,
aanteneed to sing Blng Prleon for
from two to seven ?ears i.v Count) Judga
if Brook I* n
Sanderman was engaged on Mav t ?o
eonvey franela Connett, <?f \? : m..u
tagua Terra, e. and aomo hienda from
Manhattan to Prookhn Connett was
the last to be taken home, and on the
?'. ? felt asleep. When awakened by
the chauffeur hla money was gone
Banderman denied all knowledge ot the
theft bul a small amount of the mtaa
ing money *?> found In the ta\ii-ab and
the rest was in S.? ndai man ? poeketO
lOdge ''Ike ...t.1,1 there weie murderer?,
thugs and robbers among chauffeurs and
that Sanderman had further amlrched
the , ailing
DISEASE RULE FOR NURSERIES.
K\or\ rhtld stten?!ing ?Jay RUraerfeO
hereafter In thi? ritt mu.?f be ?aamined
Imleaio*. for am sig,,? of contagious
dleeeaea, according to a regulation pro?
mulgated b\ the Beard of rfaalth yeatar?
da; Where an) avmntoma of eontaaloua
M are found .he ,,?.,,>,? ,?u?, b??
placed m an laoletlon roon Failure 10
observe these rule? may reaull in th.?
nursery P'rmlt ,0 ??1*i?'??-'* a
Taking it by and large,
; tre've a world of reason to fed
good this sen v.u.
( hir stock of men's suits is
just ;is abundant as in other
more normal seasons,
In variety, in range ofnei
and ?n prices.
^ oung men's hhnIpIs?
smart, bail no! fn akish.
( Hder men's models -e n*
servative bul not antiquated
Men's suits. S18 to $ft
Warm Wi ather Wear.
Golf clubs, t* mi's rackets***
c\ erything in Sporting (ion-is
Rogers Peet Company.
Three BroaJway Stores
at at at
Warren St. !3th St. 34th Si
AM L SEM EMS.
M \\ .??HI?. ? I ! MMNfi ? HI MR!*
KS'( Kl Clio? Kl K, B ' " i'"1 Mh ''
JULIA SANDERSON ,.
I III ?-I S?|||S| (,lll ? i'?lh"rn
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I -.ir:. Mai .rail, n l??J '
THE .POOR LITTLE RICH OKL
MASTER M1NH '
?.(i,', i rl v| , " ' .
?MY I.ITTI.i: FRIENI
i?? ?'-i ' ' "' .D?
THE CNiKOLAl'l: SOLDIER
Hpeeial Mi.; "n ' ,v '"
THE PURPLE ROAD
FRITZISCI?EFF v1M, m<?|
FOR THE PUBLIC
UNTIL FURTHER NOT.?
t tin M Hin?. I?.'"" ''" ' v^
WITHIN THE LAW
PALACE , LAST 2
I COLONIAL XSffiP !
B'va.i ,\ .
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harlem;;1,.;?* ?THE WO"*
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YEARS OF DISCRETIO?
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