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GRAND JURY DEFIED
BY SIEGEL LAWYER
ignores Subpoena for the
Books and Papers of
Wrecked Bank.
'CONTEMPT THREAT
BY PROSECUTOR
'Police Wait in Vain for Raid on
Stores While Depositors
Wrangle in I.oft.
Bo .
. ? [em
man
agem< t.t ?rill i
...1 jury t son ng evl
. milict Siegel snd
With?" . "f Stan
ta, i..--. | ? gel and i.
lAsslstanl Dli trlct
?ftmii ??' i*"i-'r ''f th? case, will
??? Kosalsky to Clt? him tor
}cont< m; t. ihr- productlt ' '
?having bssn called for by :
Jreguiariy ???sued.
I'r.Hiu Mor* of th? books 1? rsf tsx i on
ftlip ground, it is understood, that the
tbooks are persona] property.
mossiBBlon. according to th? Distrld
'Attorney's offlce, Is not vital to the
? agalnsl those ??ssrponslbls for th"
?v r>-. king of the lank.
The book? would, however, throw
fllght on some trai not ex
(plained to on of the Dis
jtru't Attorn? ;. and corroborate SVl
know in t ? Attorni y*? I
rTaklng of ? ' Idi ncs from other I
1b ex; ? ' ? resumed to?day.
Threatened Raids Fail.
Dei tltoT . th. arreeksd hank hi id
(e rtotoua mootsng y?sts**day aftsrnoon
fin the loft building No. 45 West ISth
?ntrest, but the thr n Ids on th?
?Fourt? ? - i Blmp
tpon-crawi'i ?rd Company, *i
Hire prepared for by placing u large
Iforoe In and about th< loft si
latorea did not materialize. Capt
Bcobel, of the Mi tatlon,
?personally directed hi? men to ?
csrtaln peno****, wl ' were
?trying to Incito th? rs to
?march on th? stores, with Instructions
to **arres1 them the minute they stati
anything."
The fiervici-s c.f the police
needed in the ?oft. hnwevr, once when
J. P, Munch, a large
' id of one of the committees, was
thrown from the g] ttand With
his friend Irving I gain when
Miss Jest islnc can?
vasser, asked the crowd t.> throw out a
?reporter, who : had laughed at
her. and ye* again whei
TrJamuel M
got into a wrangle. Miss Martin, who
previouslj ha I i 1
photograi hs, also took ? band In this
dispute by threat? n k? trou!.!?.
for the polies. . finally
railed ut D 90 o'clock on account of
darkness.
Then the sole result, aside from the
disturba!:, i a, n a ? number < I
1 y Mis? Martin, Jacob Latser, "
|fg*rOUS, Adolph Muelier, A. X. 1 ?
?ind othi ? - ;>ting an.
M settlement until th? ? ?
?Henry Biegt I pri ? rs Is known
nnd unless tl ? not
the BSttaSlIM red by good
"bonds."
Reorganization Plan Brighter.
To-night the ooxao group of ds]
Jtors will meet In thi public school build?
ing at '?- Third ? ?
iAdrm.ss'.on will be by bankbooks, in
?order, it was explained, "to keep out
?the sptSS Of B
Th?' pros; . t |
?fixir
?to one of thi
?M substai ? bat n
?nade. I : have
mor.
< x; ' La tr, pia ?
wen
aft?
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la s]
i Lepttee t
Judge Holi at
.'??f <?? nimous in
3 per cent of
roth
IsffS ami to Hi
<'f th? Otl ? r '_' pi r
? ant ??? .
t they a get i 80 to '?'?-'i- p< r cant,
ask for
?
CAVE WOMAN OBJECTS
TO HUSBAND'S VOICE
Unable to ?iear His Efforts' ;it
SOlg Jersey Wife Seeks a
Legal Separation.
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KOEHLER TRIAL AT FORT TERRY.
Left to right- Colonel Harry J. I larthi.rne. counsel for deten.lant
Major Benjamin M. K?hler, Samuel 11. Hudson, counsel.
WOMEN ON STAND
FOR MAJOR KOEHLER
Former Employes Testify for
Army Man at Court Martial
in Fort Terry.
-respondent of The Tilpjn?.l
N'f- London, Conn.. March I??Among
the -witnos?,.? at th?-- Koehler trial ttv-day
wars n, the I rsi to appear for
? Ithei ? it besan. Their pr. -?
vas to dlscretUt the testimony of three
I soldiers, pi rost sergeant on a
trans;.. >? t. whose ?-lory WSS COnsI
Miijdr Koehler.
Th< srsr? Mrs. II M. I
arlfe of Sergeant Earing, of Fort Terry,
and Mrs. ? ' ? ? husband is
: in th.? coast artillery- Their
ony was supplemented by ti.iit oi
their husbands Th- women fonnerlj
worked In the Koehler housel
their testimony In (said to have Lx
his fs -< r
S. rgeanl OeorgS Prime and Corporal
Clayton Zerphy, of Kort Terry, were new
ssitnesses, while Lieutenants Bteese arid
Humphreys wi the court again
Lieutenant Roy R. Lyon, of the 100th
rted at Fort Ti rry this af
on Although the company Is com?
manded by Captain Philip Worcester, one
or' Mejor Koehler*a socosers, and .\
O, Prick, who backs up t)m charges, Is
second lieutenant, It Is certain Lleutenanl
?. f : Major Kosl I? i
It Is hoped the case will lie ended be?
fore the ?loso of th?- week
?
;FIRST CAVALRY IS FIRST
7th Infantry Second in Attend?
ance at Regular Drills.
Fes the average percentage of
? lanes of Uu Nee Tori, National
<; ard la armory dri a wan &2. Thi ae?
??rat-'. BttSndan IS Was 1 ari i
?,'jt of 16*221 on the roll, let
officers, iiufT dspsatments and
I at ' . asi Ai Ullery Heed*
quart. ? .- | . ? nty-etght OfBcers all told
attend? !.
ATiior.t; tiie, regiments the ist Cavalrj
of Brooklyn, ?Colons] Ds Bevolse, hss th?
?t percentage, with H per cent pres*
enl ol lu membership? and the 7th In?
ol Manhattan, Colonel Appleton,
R itii !'l ;,? : Cent ""tie ii.-K'clit
? ? '/atnui an
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CHIEF BIG foP IS HERE
Indian Guest of Hotel McAlpin
Proprietor and Actor.
i Of thS Hlackf'.ot
? ' National Pai k,
Montana, la In th. dty sa a guest of
Boy, the Ii . , yen ,,,
- proprietor <.f the H?,t.i
? . th? t ndlfl is wer?
I OO? a v , ur ftgOV
i V . ' .? i .'"i Big T. p will be
.m, ?.in- (.f the
Wint? i ? lard? n, a ho sp< nt
?tutu, r In Glacii ? il Park as
dran! will take the
? to '?'?' iii?.drome t?. meet some "t
,' ti' n. To -
I'.w will produce the ? hi.-r on the
? of the " del luring 1
Mrs. Buffum's Execution Stayed
Patrick
foi Mrs Cj i.tin i
IJuffum, convk-ted of the i. . del of hei
. ntei csd i"
? m .it Aubuiii ; ?
.' :,.
a ol ? with lha i lei k
of ( 'ati autJ
' .,n
In the Sunday Miganni of The
Tribuna, March ft, you will find half a
do/en "T.ile*. fr?,rn the Road" and a
MWartfl While Folk" aket'h about Dr.
V fosephins Baker, organizer of tiiB
I.itt e Mother'.' Leayuss.
COLONEL HENRY KIRB1
Presiden I irt
WOMAN'S MODEST Y~
LOST HER CASE
! Fair Plaintiff Refused to Bare
Shoulder in Court and De
fendant Is Freed.
?what, bare my shoulder in this courtT'
Prett ? ? i -old Mari? Qretl - r
blushed at the suggestion. 1
looked scornfully r< I ci owded
courtroom hi-xI added, "1 should say not!"
Marl? lives with i.? r parents on Chi?
ehestei avenue, Morris Park, Long isl?
?n.I, and theii m ?td<x r ? itto
Btraub, Tl ? girl took Btra -;. to th< Ja?
ti ales i ? ourt :????*. complain?
Ing li" ba i Ml ?her <?n the shoulder fo'ir
times, i now shovel, and anything
but lovingly
"Well, let'a aea where yon were hurt,"
saJii former Assemblyman W, a. i?o
Lttorney for Btraub.
Instantly there was s craning <>f necks,
and i?' l ttyot In court were turned upon
tl st Injured ahoulder with keen sympathy
land Interest, but Ml Orether said:
I "There is no mark."
Btraub denied having ati He
::. ,r after hi had cleared thi
from the alleyway between thi ta i
houses, Man. had aasen d be had
it ail on the Orether sida ?'.'i a/hen aha
??hovelled it ?back ?.n to bis aide of tl."
..?nary dividing Una th< re wa i
.Mission, but the only i?art tbi shovel
played In H wai Is the shovelling of the
?now, Mari?-, he sai'i, bad belabored hia
bead with s strap
Magistrate Lea h, sa Maria would not
put s bf*uised ahoulder In a***Mence, dis?
charged Btraub "Bbow them my ahoul?
?j. : : I'd havi died I rat," ?aid Mai It
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PUSH PARK FIRE STATION
J Work To Be Turned Over to the
City Early in Spring.
Work i- ; : ogl . Ing " ra pldly on the
tral Br? alarm ttation of th?j ''in- i le
partment now I tru?cted in cen?
tra! Park that at the on*i?**e of Morgan ?*
Trainer, thi ?Id yes*
\ t?-r<Ja> the atrucl be turni d
over to the dtj In the early : ; ring It
will ? oat l^.'?"
! The d?moralisation of thi? flre alarm
i... m bllaaard may
have farreachlng effects on th?. equip?
ment "f the station. In this connection
Chief Batea ol thi Telegraph Bureau of
! the pire i ?'?; ?i tiw ni i Id j esti rda)
? it would be neceaaary to make u
? thorough if.v. rtlgation bi I .-it ? .1.1 be
i.'. tern ln< d a I s( would go Into the new
? station
Hi ? -. ild he si aun ? d office onlj
! last Monds ?. bul thai be Intended In h
,;.!.. to vi it th< station In Ci
Park and tin one In Crotona Park, The
Bronx He wes unable to ?Bay whether
i.i;;.- flre appai atu a i ild go Into the ? !sn
irai 1'ark station.
When completed, the structure In Cen?
tral Park nill hardly be notl<*?d except
from n point of tlo s proximity, .
b?lldii g is low and hill
! bery ? i een it it will ..?..-:. on t.> the
i Iran r* ? ? road
Suit Apainst Kline Withdrawn.
Thi ? ul1 ' ? til I B i 'llfford Kline,
i,lull,? i ol ' Mayoi Ardolph Kline,
im |G0 ooo foi alii ??? .1 alienation ol thi ?if
feel low of Mi ? ?. :i Btone
braje ? ontlnued i lerda n/l en
Joseph H Btonebrnkei withdrew the
Th? ? 1.1. w ho la iiing i. i
wlfi ' o Mithdren the
name of Kline, whom h* had mention?!
one "i thi i ???? !?? ? ..il? ged coreai on
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
MISS JOAN SAWYER'S
?PERSIAN (.ARDEN
? i i PALAIS DE DANSE
if .?i, y and lath Kl '. ? l
DANC in?; NIGHTLY BY
Mi?? Snvvyer & Mr. John Jnrrott
Tbea Dansants gai stlern? aa iiom i ?w io | io
ELEVATOR BOYS
HEROES AT FIRE
Run Lifts Through Smoke
Until All Tenants Are
Out of Building.
TELEPHONE GIRL
STICKS TO POST
Delay in Arrival of Firemen Gives
Flames in Apartment
Much Headway.
Th? tenant? in the BUmsrch apartment
bouss, No. BO Weal LSIth street, vv?r?s
thrown Into a panic ysstsrda) nornlng
by the volume of smoks from a blase In
the home of Bmanuel M. Blchner, on the
third floor. The fire started In th?* ab?
sence of the family, and the llames liad
J gained much hesulway before they were
oeeretL iTurther deiay of the Urs ap?
paratus in gsttlng to work because ol
the snow-blocked streets resulted in the
apartments bei -? completely burned ?mt.
Th.- damage wan esUmated at H,0i I
When George Herbener, son of th.- own
sr ni tlu? building, learned of the fire soon
after it was dis'ovend, he was I ?Id that
Mrs Blchner and her two children wer??
ir.s?,i,, ii?- ni once forced open the door,
but was driven back by the llamea and
smoke. Then lie got out mi the tire 88
aps from the adjoining apartment and
kicked In a wlndtrw, and entered the
apartment by swinging himself s cross a
drop "f thirty :? i ?
Herbener ?rr"i'?.,l 1,1? way about until h>
was satisfied no one was there, and then
rtil his way out through t he blinding
smoke, in breaking the window bs rs
..iv?.i severe cms on one leg and his
arms, being treated for his injuries after?
ward by i>r Peterson, "f Washington
Heights Hoepitel.
John Bells and Dan Houton, negro ale
Vator boys, atUCk tO their posts und ran
their cars up and down through the smoke
bringing the tenants down from ths
apartments on ths top floors. ?-.. dense
was the smoke In the hallways that many
occupants thought escape by thai
was cut off until th?y heard the shouts
Of the boys telling th?-m to use t : ell ??
t"rs.
Another tO win the praise of th?* ten?
ants In ths house vvas Beatrice Bommers,
the telephone operator. Bhs remained at
th? switchboard throughout the excite?
ment, telephoning to the ti-h.mts there
was no denser, or thatth?-> could get "'-;
by th.- elevator if they wanted to
Mr Blchner, occupant of the burned
apartment, is s lasrysr at No. 220 West
4_.i street His wife had left heme with
u,. it two ci.;!,Iren a fea minutes I ?
the lire started.
On Its way to the ?;rn Truck No S stuck
in the snow in West 140th street T?reles
members of the i ompany t"?'k s *
books and hurried to the subway They
.... igbl b o? .-.:. gol "ut at tin? 167th Btreet
station and ran to Uta Been*.
After the tire Bghters had finish?-.! their
work a man was discovered prowling In
the halls He was arrested on suspicion
? being a burglsr, and the truants were
advised to seal h ttietr rooms t.. se... if
anything was missing.
STORM HIT TAXIS HARD
Companies Seeking to Combine
Lost $50,000 Each.
Tti?* Joint meeting "f the stockholders
lof th?- fellow Taxicab Company and ths
Msson-Besman Transpc-rtatlon Company)
in whi.-h it was < ected that a merger
of tii?? companies would 1"- voted '?'.
scheduled for yesterday, vas postponed
until Monday at 10 o'clock. William n
Barnard, president ?d th<- Mason-Seaman
company arid ti ?? father oi the merge!
plan, aald yeeterdaj there was no doubl
of the combination of the two principal
cab i ompantes on Mondaj,
The la*t two snowstorms have caused
tremendous losses t.. sil the taxi com?
panies, it vva?- said yeaterday, the Iwc
: involved in th?- merger proposition having
, suffered to ths < ?ten! of I o.OOQ .
These blizzard losses v.ere Bomfwhal
like the straw that broke tlu camel's
i back, it w.us Buggeeted, ctnnlng on top
j of the heavy losser- following the lowering
?of the rates under ths new hackstand
?
Mr Harnard said that the new COI |
tion would seek aid from ths Board of
Alderman hi the ?ray of an amendment
to the i.rdii.ar.ee.
fl2 ^t?ttortuW/L
The Big Shoe Store
Drirk Mahoganv Ru-seti*
$2.97, $3.98, $4.98
Worth $6 and $7
1 Flat English Lest?
1 Low,
i broad
heel?.
Arch Support Shoes, $3.98
? For "Flat Foot" and Weak Ankles
I Sold Elsewhere at $6.00
Odd Lots. Hinken Sizes, a Third Off.
Nettleton $5.00 and $6.00 Shoes, $3.85
Cort's $7.00 Shoe? at $4.85
Arch Support Shoe? (Black), $2.85
JUDGE UNDER 50 WANTED
Will Be Preferred to Older Man
for U. S. Court.
ri3y Trlea-raph to The Tribun? ]
F'lttsburKh. March 5 -Wanted-Young
maji for position as Vnlt<*<1 fltates Judge;
no men over fifty need apply.
Word to this effect ha,i been circulated
among Democratic politicians of Western
Pennsylvania in connection with filing
the vacancy tn th.- United Stat.-s Court.
! ?mussd by the death, a week ago, of
J tdg? James S. Young. Judge Young was
?sixty y?ar* old when he was appointed
j and slxty-slx when he died.
Dass?**a*mta understand that the fifty
year limit 1* to he Interpreted liberally,
'but any man un?l??r fifty, everything else
being dual, will be preferred.
MRS. RANTOUL LOSES
FIGHT FOR DIVORCE
Her "Beautiful Mind Love" for
"Chippie" Rumrill Not Appre?
ciated by Court.
Boston, Man-ti .". Mrs. Lot? Burnett
Rantoul, a granddaughter ??f James r.us
B4 '?'. Lowell, waBsdSrnted a divorce from
Bdward I. Haut.>ul by .Judge Har.ly at
Ka.-t Cambridge tO-day. Mrs. Kantoul
alleged ? real and abualve tr??tm?nt The
defence alleged that the troubles of the
two \\.-r?r due '.? tbS Wife'? admitted affec?
tion for Chester Chap?n Uumriil, o?
Bprlnsjfteld
I loV4td 'Chippie'," ?aid Mrs Kantoul
on th? stan.i. referring to Humrill, "be
eattsa be was the only man who ever
offered ma intellectual sympathy, lie was
th? 01 one I i ?er knew who loved me
I that waj i hi?i my lova for *Chippie'
i from my husband for eight months. That
j was wrong? I know, and when the dls
cloeure cams i waa sorry.
' It was a beautiful mind love. Our
minds ware in perfect a ' or.l I never
bava se? u "Chippie1 alnca I learned that
1.1s love for ma caused my husband pain.
I .:.. not know whither I love him now
or not."
Mrs. Rantoul admitted motor trips and
biases. Rumrill on the stand also ad?
mitted that he had kissed Mrs Rantoul
The ?redding Of the Rantouls at Christ
Church, Cambridge, in KnM, was the social
event Of th?' season In Boston. After the
boni I] moon they went to Uve. in Elmwoo'l,
the old James Ruaaell Lowell est?t??
Purthor action in the CSSO Will be nec?
essary, it is believed, bei ausa of the chil?
dren, who were given Into Mrs. Rumour?
cuetodj -it the time the Brst divorce trial
wsa halted by the lUneas of Mrs. Kan?
toul. Rantoul has been paying hts wife
I $:.'.. a month f?.r auppoft of the children
?In? a the sepai atlon.
Bequest for Mount Holyoke.
The will of Mary a Reeves l?iwrcnce,
who ??led In Jamaica, Queens Horough.
February li, was tiled yesterday for pro?
late in the Queens County Surrogate'?
office, In Jamaica.
The teststris piv^s to the trustee? of
Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley,
Ifaaa . 11,000, t.. be Invested sad the In?
terest used each year t?jr th? benefit of s
Spriii?
We like to combine our
announcement with
our Winter valedictory.
While reminding you that
tilings new tor Spring are in
our stores now, we want vou
to feel that we measure the
success t>\' the past Winter
. s? ason in terms of your satis
| faction.
So now is the time to tell us
if anything purchased here
j hasn't been entirely satis
factory in the wearimr.
Spnng overcoats.
Spring suits.
Spring shirts and neckwear.
Spring hats and shoes.
Spring everything men and
hoys wear.
Roi.r.Rs Pert Company,
Three Broadway Stores
at at at
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St.
AMUSEMENTS. j
Sti ?? t6~44th Dlj Mi.S Beat Beete 61 kvs s.
?.'.- . t Bpe? la? Is on W .cl l'a Larseal ?tas?
A- M- B-R.I-C- A
Il ? ,1 iv i h- elei.? t. n .. ? m au
i ?-, ta of two hemisp ? ? *
10th Ct I 111.4.. near H'way. Evsa s -"
Jolll Ol. Matine? I ''.. i 8 20
TOO MANY COOKS j..?:?;
PLAYHOUSE '%,.: : :::
I HI iHI\GS I HA I COUNT
? Il M Kill. r ? s i , m ,. ...!;.
KI?IY MACkA>
? iTfi r Thorn., -i" 'v ? Ith 11 i. . ? i-,
M I I bt? Matinees T i'w * Wed.. 2:.*10
BERNARD SHAWV A?SA??HB
HooiH- ,:v:,r OMAR
?.- ... i- ,. .... n ura.a i R wi'inii
i.i \ llATKM POST The I'lMMiKi.it
?UHRCRT ' ' ? ':'' vv "f H ' - l?
drtUDtnl m itlaeeeTo m'e 6 ?Ved ' I '?
A THOUSAND YEARS AGO
PORT ^HE TAYLOR
UU II I v Ti?, o Ml in. \k i ?
CORT?SPECIAL TO-DAY AT 2:15
l i it*? r ??I I ?il it ?I'M 111. MillM-.r.s.
LA?RETTE TAYLOR SBSf-S!
i, . i Sel ri?)? ly J Bartley Maasera
AMUSEMENTS.
WINTER GARDEN M; ,\ : \
THE WHIRL ,7,', WORLD Kv ',;,
IlILCI Tlie*.. m B'wej ':..-- ?? Mn'i
H?tin?>l? ; . .. puid? Prop Tom'w?Wtd.]
The MIDNIGHT GIRL
\\ " I.I.OKl.l MAC I'AKI.ANK.
FOLIES MARIGNY : '
I'arleti Dancing
n anl rim? \ n |1 Restaurent
. iy n.-i ,v I'.ir.n.i i..-i?r-.. Delirio * i
isth ?t. lin. ta nay KV.-!-,,.-? s no
?.r..s..n , |llKKrsl IM-1JAT V Tom'Wg
Kill ?<???. W ?***? -.-, r iil;l.. ; 2U
I>UI\i'l'S*s ? HEATKK Ol Tllltll I >,
I IxliiVI.. ?.' ::;.?? ... n \. ,.\ Eva? s :i?i
1i i Mt.Tom'? I LAST TH'? MKKKs ?f
Pop Mai Wed., PRIM l.ss PLAYERS
S " l" Oae- \i i a*??aatl<*aa
i l?|M> Evening* S:13 uii'u ||\Lv:
m'wAWed I 13 HIUII Jll*l|\**>
?in. .--..?:!., Wayne? aad Teta i <?? la
Tnea Nlaht, M. i. i" ?rill I >? the IB ?th i i?r
' A t. Hi-is..n.i?. novel atomlaer filled
?mi', High .in.Us perfnma artll be ?x:v?>n ta
r ?rj lad) lu .-r : I - r r., and flr-l !.. ..-, .
I \ iti? i I:1B Mata Te ra'a and w ad
BLANCHE RIKG ..,.?,,?;:,;;:,,;?-.
A"""'' HELP WANTED
?:"-:"'? r THE LURE
HRKl END. Evt. 8:13 Mal 'I'., m*?* .' i;.
BLINDNESS OF VIRTUE
I
llsseislm student. The fund is to be
known as the Mary A Reeve? Lawrence
Scholarship.
GIRL DEAD; MOTHER INSANE
Miss Cook Took Large Dose of
Mercury Bichloride.
Mies Katherine ?*ook, twenty-one years
old. who took thirty-five grain* of bi?
chloride of mercury at her homo. No. 2?>
Monroe street. Wind? Id, Long Island, on
February M, died in St. John's Hospital,
Long Island City, yesterday.
Sliortly after the Klrl was taken to the
hospital her mother started out in the
zero wf-ather to find her and lost her way.
Hhe was overcome by exhaustion and
cold.
As a result of the exposure and grief
over h?_*r daughter's condition ?he became
temporally insane, and is now in the
Kings i'ounty Hospital.
! HUNTS BATTLESHIP THIEF
Court of Inquiry Suspects Offi?
cer on the New Jersey.
[By Telefrnph te The Tribune]
Boston, March 5.?Although no arrests
have been made it Is said that the cmirt
o? inquiry WT4?Stlgatlng thefts of mon? y
and other valuables from the oftic-r - of
the battleship New Jersey has centred
?suspicion on a youn?,- <i?V?r ?.f th-- mess
The court is meeting behind locked doors
on board the retiring ship North i'aro
i lina at the Chsrlestoern Navy Yard. Cap
! tain F \\ K llogg IS '"n'.mai.ler of the
i court.
? The accuse?! offl'??r contends he is lnri"
CSnt, it is said, and has refus?*<l to resltin
under pressure. One snslgn on board the
NOW Jersey lost *.;.?' In cash while she
WSJ on the way to this port from Mexico.
?HEAVY BAIL SETFOR
WARDEN AND KEEPER
Box and Miller Deny Attackis.
Women in Nassau Jail_New
Woman Witness Found.
[From the Tribune <"Vrr. ?;.i,r.ttnr,.l
Mine?la, Long Island, March ?-T*v
field S. Bo? an.I Richard Miller, r?^
lvely warden and keeper <.f \.\e xkmu
County Jail last year und?-r ,?|.iW1#
Charles T. Da Mott. who wer? ;:rr%1|*
on chartes made by women prisiS
were arraigned h?:-- before Juttk? r?
eell Benedict this morning and pit*^
not g*ttilt)r. Loth wer?' held in tnj| ^
$1S,000 each
Hox furnish.-?! th? t all. but Mi!|,r ?u
committed to jai!.
Lena Kswman, ara? had beeg ?n ti>(>
H.ilvatlon Army Home In Broigjge*, ??
1..-M aa n witness. Si..- uns in the Jail in
Decseaber, ; ut la able to apeak Uttta fag,
lith. She will testify on Monegy t*^
the grand Jury j
l>'.st::<'t attorney Smith received to^, 1
a postal card from John Conrad, d^
Bummit, N J. . ! if ha **,
! wanted he would return. He wu ^
dieted with the four other keepers vytg.
lam Clifford, who \-.-i- arrested In N'tajagj
?t the fanerai of hla ui -rough'
here in a fen dayt and the BheraTaa
acts to bava ?Haa Rhodea In c;?toej
soon.
Th?- District Attornej haa bad rsaaej
aervlng ?ubn4?naa for Monday, v-htoita
thought sddltlonal Indictments trill t>
. found against th?- men ?s?-'.?ral aaw?S>
? will be 4 the gris?
i Jury.
AMUSEMENT3.
AMUSEMENTS.
m:h youks LEADING THKATBB8 AKD 81 ? < I
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THESE THBATBEi AM) ?ttk \? TION?*- HAVE NO DEALINGS ,ill\l EM.lt
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AT ANY OP TIIEIlt AGENCIES OR HOTEL 81 'AM?*?. THE IU?*r M \ r?
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