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SIEGEL JURY GOES
HOME UNDER GUARD
Two Deputy Sheriffs Will
Watch Fach Juror Dur?
ing Week End.
RISK OF MISTRIAL
Defence Decides It Will Put
Snyder. Friend of VOftl.
. ? .? , --i??rr?-1*n? <?-' Th. T
BOOO, N Y . \??v. U.?With the
Sreecl trri?'. svisper.de?! from rriday
until Monday, the village of Geneseo is
realiring to-day how much it had come
. alef centre of interest
to the g?*ee1 "battle of Aggers" going
on in I rod brich courthouse at
Had H not been f,?r the return home
,..- been entirely dead to?
.:'-i peace csme .
tho last bis:
? ? ,'vtch the horse
th? m Y. ir.
SI ' ?worn
rrc time ' "c big
ircre?, erilf ] opula
Bt the ;ury
tnen ?ere allowed to go home until
Monday morning, and two deputies
one of them
The reaoli la that Livingston County
is dotted frith 1 ?;? four spe
-?:.nding guard day ar.d
B ho ar?7 sit?
ting ir. jodg Henrj s cgel. ?o
d "bug letter?" have
come to the ott I the court
Judge Clark ordered every precaution
to pit from 7hr outside
of the jurors.
I? precaution1? were part .cular'.y
? i trying this
If, after the ;ury ha.? arsposed of
?he case, a: orobly
BOT that BOOM
lepositor I ? ? ? :ed in
INXOI S? EMENT OF SALES
- --. 10 a ?, n t
| CHINESE ART
\- .?..-.'.' - -
,i gned for Un
M. Charles Lechevrel
of I n andy, France.
Antique Chines.' Rugs
Antique C hi?ese Porcelains,
many rare Cabinet Pieces;
Crystals. \*. ood Carvings, and
Embroideries, tine collection
< of carved Jades.
Rare Chinese Paintings
very old, including many tine ?
landscapes, and many of the;
Paintings in the original
carved frames. Three
Old Lacquer Palace Screens;
IP feet by :?hne> each,
painted in gold and col
To Be Sold
On the Afternoon.? ar.-:
om of i i
the Oil Portrait
? L ' rary ? f
Robert Louis Stevenson
' ? ? I ? ion from h? r nuther,
Mr I. Sl Port I, is
v..? mi l'iilillr I ililliltinn
r foor seooioao,
INovenl ? troted Cata
Pai ? I ?? etion of
I . r ,_n H.
. ' -old in
'" rbo -.i. :i, m?n.
bracin?- Cock?: and Auto
OTHEJI BALE. ...... v? of the
? Library, rare Americana.
pts, and Drawings
iition, War of 1812 and
11 be ?old Tuesday Af
?ternoo Port IV. oi the
? Nov. 21, will he .-olii
and evenings of
,' Dec. 1 and 2. Sport ing Be ?
? eluding the "Frai eollee
1 tio'i, co Davis
i the aft? 1 i. A
. ign Artist eos
Signed i". *i H. Gl ":M., formerly of
? ,,f \ew Rochelle will be
., . ? ven ing.? of Dec S and 4
Other Impurl-fi! Animuii? rinent?. lator.
EUhlbttiofl liinriiini;? H nil .illeriin.i|i>,.
Mil?-- ire liflil Hi .' ?'?? mut K.I". ,iil,,il?.
I'alologuea ntalled fres oa application.
The Anderson (ialleries
iii.l, r?.,n \ ml mil ? i?iii|i.?n>
Vletroi.'ilii in li I \?."< ml i"i'
? I? 1?, ?i
|| i iri 1 ?I i.i' i. \ CHAPMAN 4 .
retting a word or a message to any
the Juror? on these week-end homti
trips that fad would be a great he
to the defence in getting a reversal
A? wa? intimated b\ Arthur C. Tra
Ii his epeningi the tremendoui ?
pense of preparing the case prohnh
will preclude i? ?econd tria' in case
a di??greement or a reversal. So eve
measure which tends to make thi?
perfect trial is welcomed by him.
The defence has definitely decid?
that it will call Valentine P. Snyd?
former prooldeal aad at present a i
rector of the National BnrA of Col
merco, from which, it is charged in tl
indictment, Siegel ttolc }i'.S4 0,. I
means ot a false statement as to tl
condition of hi? business
It mi!' he shown that a member
counsel for Siegel ?aid Mr Snyder Wl
a close personal friend of Vogel ai
that it was at his solicitation the Si
gel and Vogel account wa? brought
tat Rank of Commerce. It will also I
brought out that previou? to thi? tV
hank handled the New Vork business ?
Morris * Co., the Chicago packer
Nelson Morris wa? Vogel's hrother-ii
The purpose of this will he to cr?ai
In the nvTiiis of the jury the belief thi
the hank had every opportunity to V
COn Vertan I with the business 01 Sieg,
and Vogel, and that the alleged fair
statements were merely formal i tie? at;
had no bearil g on the loans. In othl
word:-. ,? I] ho argued thai the ban
took a chance in the Siegel entcrprist
ie as Siegel did.
h r.,'k K. Champion, confident!)
manager for Siegel of his private ban
?n flu- 11th st. Store, will continue C
?he witnesi stand Monday. Mr
expect I to draw from him addition!
? formation il te 'be way m whie
? 'o the different Siegel enterpris?
were split and entriet omitted from tl
ledgen so ai to conceal thi d
It v. II also be brought out I oa an ??
fort u ai made 1 .1 hi- lipa j
fore ' en it wi
seen the? ' ?". itabl
rpoi I at par :
$2,000. He w-is paid dollar for ?loll?,
for this, although when the bottoi
dropped out it was left worth aboi
0 cents a share.
PLATONIC *WAS HIS
LOVE OF C0UNTES!
Deserti Says Wife's Jealous
Drove Him to Seek Solace
I ree from Cares.
"The Countess Loontin?
D< -erti, architect and art ?
hi? answer, filed yesterday in the 8?
preme Court, to t: res BUl
brought by his wife, "it a mere fricn
of mine, whom I met, together witi
othc- artiats, in a casual manner. He
? lc friendship has beei a
o mt when I felt
? ^ements meted
me by the jealous, unsympathet
' h rind greedy .
n j wife."
ho denies h's wife'scbargei
of misconduct, declares m hi? at1 I
married lie made
X :n his pro
"I drew plans," he lays,
small hours of the morning, and m>
thought ! wa- pi
S h ?
"Il ? ' ? ? C r.. I M i.
ther ta mor
?o carr;. on such an ? i
to big ?? to put an end for
??? my misery. However, we ?or?
reconciled. But my wife utterl]
to ?ee tha* ? ? mal
worst and driving ne to lee?
- f O U 1, i,
unhampered by the disappointment!
nts of our i
Dee? ? st 114 East
ring at 136 West 126th it. Thi
couple were married in 1909. Mrs
piciou-. She bi | in 1
. . ?
known as Mr Radstoek.
SICK WIFE DESERTED
Referee Recommends Divorce
from New York Merchant.
\ divorce wa.- recommended for Mr?
m her hut
in a specr..' ieporl
to T rento:
rV. Blndsell, < f Newarl
: on which ?
the da lohn C. ? ;;.. of 121
Harrison ? . East I ?range, deelei
?port Mr. Bindsell r?
how o?r the nig! I that l
occurrt ?! Mrs. Powleeon, vho ws
restlssa a ? I had bad?
her a usual good night aft bei
sickbed to go to his room. On th?
way she met her husband,
gr p packed end wai about to depart
son encounti-red his fath? i
brother-in-law the same nig
Mr. Ci ? that M i Pow ?
? of the
household '.? ' v It ii ia d in
port that P "-marked ?
no longer loved
WSa going to lea-. ?
Daniels Plans 30-Day Leaves
on Return from Mexico.
Washington, Nov. 1! Chi
Mai -n?- ? orpi who
al Vera Crui an b?
that ? . da) ?' oiild b'e
granted to every man if it i- pi
ighty tedious i? i
vice in Mexico and bav?
and I in tei
ble home witl ? ?
?lies for Christmas," .-aid Mr. !-..
It II the plan of the department to
he marine force to PI, lad?
will bt received th? r? !-;- ?
who will extend them an official wel?
come in behalf of th?- President and
eretary of the Navy.
HORSE TRAMPLES WOMEN
Runaway Dashes Into Group
?Upsets Two Policemen
A horee harneeood to a wag?
Meyer Benser, of 5S4 Flushing
? si the drivar, took fright at a
bit of paper at Roebling and Nor
Broohlyn, yesterday, and ?
away. In front of the Church of i?ur
Lad) oi Mount Carmel, at Nor:
Bt and Union av., half a dosen women
were standing. The horee ran upon the
sidewalk, knocking down the women
aro! broke the lamppo
The boras then broke away from the
wagon and ran along Union av, Patrol
kfcDermott, in an effort te
the r.. ecked doe
tramp - snimsl continu?
v -? Patrolman
all ? : ? hors? and wai
iwn, I In- runaway struck
an Ocean av. car and became disabled.
NEW TRIAL DENIED
TO LEO M. FRANK
Georgia's Highest Court
Rules His Rights Were
CASK NOW TO GO
Attorneys of Man Condemned
for Phagan Murder to
Appeal at Once.
Atlanta. Nov. 14 The Stnt?' Supreme
Court, to-day refused a nev? tnsl to Leo
M Frank, convicted here August _?'?.
IBIS, for the murder of Mel*" PbafOB.
h rank's motion for a rehearing 44 as
booed mi the ground tha? hi? constitu
tionol rigr.t? iirul Keen violated by rea
BOH of bia absence from the courtroom
vieii the iuiy returned it? verdict.
By ?staining the state's domorror to
tie Frank notion t?? ?et asida th?* ver?
dict of the lower court the Supreme
Court'? ruling menus that Frank's only
appeal no??- 1? to the Supreme Court of
the l nited Sl ?'
theii >????.? 1.iti eoonool for !? rank
? ?I th:it "the air about the court
irged with mob * "?
lence" while 'he lory wai deliberating
nrnl r '.., 1 id 10) |
thai I a hen the verdict
? '??d. The state argued thai
? ?Boner's attorn?--. ted to bia
Frank's attorney* annOOOCed to-day
that they 4?oui?l immediate*) .?ppeal to
? ? ate ? Supren ? l ouri.
. ,?f M u? Phagan, fo 1
- ??Id, was found April '.'T. 1
?ne 1 ? ? ? ncil factory
,4 iere .?'?,,? had been employed, re.
later Frank, oaporintei 'lent of the fee
? Ol 01 rrsti'l, and "'i Ma>
irj ??? den ?i '? im ' ? d for the
1 Onlcj. a ni'i.T.i
sweeper in the factory, made an ol
of the morder, accu ting Fi ?
:: gong for
?.-'?? r his cons etion Trank ?4as icn
Octobei l". 1918,
hut execotion of the sent?
? : hy the !'. for a
?;ai. Thar I ?-ruled
ary 17, 191 ;. and 1 i ? rosen
-.? t rial ?.4 11
I hot motion s bi oven i
Supr? m? I ? ?. bul befoi s l bal dec
sion was announced the mol
' ' :
MAYORS FOR HOME RULE
R?gulation of Public Utilities
Held a Local Affair.
Philadelphia, Nov. 1 ?. I
g upoi mu rshlp of
' . to- ?lay.
While no i-eneral conclusion wo?
reached on the ' iusition of
? ferencc ?
polities sl thi power
? end pla?
??? any part culoi ut ?lit) s mar
tweei ? ?
horn? rule ?.
?oral, thai tiliti?
that ii ?? ition i?
the princil home rule
should be preset east 1?
.... , ? ?
?? local authoi
LAMAR STAYS IN TOMBS
Remanded Till Tuesday Alter
Habeas Corpus Hearing.
Do? Wolf of Wall
Stre? '." spp? ared in tl I eourt
? ? as r? mondod
an im,:., diot? 11 ?al. Lama ?.
!? of thi !
Theatre. That Cost $1,000,000,
May Be Taken Over for
? re, ???
i ? .- gtoi av. i
?'. VV ll.
So pi ?
i:_.s h i hoi
i ? ? ? ? atre '.4.1- bu I
. 1 o? motion pictur? and
but the pal
tO pil'k up.
Fred 1 '<? : nage, mai age of 1 ? I
the horn- i? uncertain. ll
eompi ' ?.. ??? hick a :. ,?? ? ?
Canal Men Must Not Drink.
Panama Nov. 11 < ? ? 1 ,eorge
w . i.??, thole, Govt thi Panamo
' on on 0
canal ?? ho
have marin? ? 1 ?
itelj from liquor. I his includes
pilots taking .?1, : thi eanal,
the eaptaim of tugboats, motet and
Girls to Entertain Aliens.
1 ? Woshingtoi Irving Higi
??? ill give tl ?? >oi al Ell
s ? encerl f??i the benefit of im
migrants ?? ho c innoi bo di ported b?
of the war. rbs 71st Regiment
Fife, Liuin and liu^le. Corp. will assist.
MALONE SHUNS CLUB RACE
Refuses to Run for President
of Democratic Body,
Collector Malone denied \estiTilny
that he had entrrid th.- rare for presi
?'??ut of the National Democratic Club
against .lohn M. Richie, who will un
doubtedly heve ?h?' barking of ?he
Tsmmsny element in the organisation
It is probable thai enothi i anti
Tammany man will he ?ele? ted to milk?
the race for the place Mint is to be
given up by Edward K. O'Dwyer, chief
justice of the City Court, at the nn
nual election, which conies on the first
Tuesday in December His administra
tion has been markeil by a strong and
Tammany movement aad the dropping
of Charles I. Murphy and four other
prominent Tammany men for the
ostensible reason that they wer?- be?
hind in their dues
"A committee waited on me and told
me that the nominating committee of
the Democratic ?lui? unanimously of
feted in?- the BOtfl 'nation for the Dree!
deney," said Mr, Malone "I deeply ap
predated the offer, but was compelled
to refuse becaUBI 1 did not feel ! r< I ??,
,,<l,i to my preeent burden? a.id 1(
TAKES MORE COAL
total f'xporls Show Falling Off
Market for Anthracite
win!., the exporte of United Statei
coal t?, Argentine have been on the In
, ?? t hi European war
merchant- ?id exportera
i lay that exporta to other
count i ? he ? down a marked do
crease .luring the l'r.-t nine months of
?hi- jcar, ended September 80, com?
pered with the .same period of last
Reports were tabulated yesterday at
? "The ? oal Trad'- Journal"
shearing that 10,286,011 tons of bitu?
minous coal \'.?re exported to all COUD
trie- during 'he Ant Bint months of
1918, Bgainst 7,24138- tons during the
same time in 1914.
A? to anthracite, the figures ?how
that ? ansda is practically the only
country outside of th. I i.ited
in which ther?' is a steady merket for
anthracite Export! to Mi?' eountry
?ptember, 1913, a '-re 319,419
toi -. ,. 99.213 in September.
191 i. 'n,- increase being attributed to a
fear in thi v t thai
the war would prevent tr.e shipping of
. i anada.
i ports of anthra? t. to Ca? ida ha? e
ing the first nine month- ?,f 1918 the
la nrai 3,173,002 igt it 3,
i ota I export t to all
othei countriei nth. ?? ret nine n
oi 1918 were 6,1 19 tona, again ? 5,809
during the r-ame month i In 1914,
It; the ti : ?
817 tons Of hitUI 11 were t-t
to Argentina. In the same
pei iod of thii yea I I ;
expoi ted to tl si count i :
HELD IN S15.000 BAIL
Date of Salesman. Who Pleads
Not Guilty. Shoctr. Court.
the most atrocious case of
riti? ? ith s" wsa before
? ommissioner Hougl - tel ds .
ana held Is 115,000 for es
amination. He i Ity.
.Mr. ' ptem?
ber last, met . i m?
a r,0i! Di
; ?wind Co,:, ?
m which he represented
or of a goo,.
1-1 ?.m Detroit the ;? tart? d for
..y to that city, Mr. Stanton ?aid.
I > .'. .thout
i compeileil her <m
that city to lupport
From Rochester, the attorney
.-aid. Norrii took to woman to Albany,
Hartford and Springfield.
. i ,, dl fence to ?
X-RAY DOCTORS ORGANIZE
Association to Advance Sei
euce of Roentgcnology.
j ? ,-. f.
? on to the
I it on I pur
pos? of h? arc "to Im
pracl of Roentgi ?
idy thereof, to form a i
en. for 'he pa i
of promoting the advancement of the
: art ,?: Roentgenology and
for n'aintaining a high -tnndard ? f
ethici among Roentgenolog
direetort ai .- -
- ? Hirsch, ? i? orge .-"!u..n
\ mi ram Judson Qu Imby, u ,
-. I ,. held and Archibald P. K* -
PRINTS ON RAZOR CLEW
Man Held as Slayer Also Iden
tified on Death Bed.
,' .per, of Ml
l- a ' . rhe a found uncon
tore Monday morn'n-'
, razor, ?In d
ill let! II-, ; ? ? ?? rdaj after
Shortly before nis death he
inte Alfonso, si -';i 7 East
isl pei ion h? . ? - ?
be red tee ng be!
- -r found i,e-idc
roi ??' ? the pol lee aaj. coi n - pond to
I of 8120,
held on charges
P. R. Business Men to Meet.
i '., : rfax Han ?SOn, ; I I II |
? in Railway, and Warren ?, Hard
Itei S?nator-elect from
Ohio, are announced as speakers at the
sixth am nal d nner of the Railway
Buain? in th? Waldorf,
mr 10. The bus m ncoting of
the organisation, whit . manu
? ira, merchant.-, and engineers
deslir.. . |a, will be
held in the forenoon sf that dav, sad
Been n the afternoon.
Casucci Murder Unsolved
V ? I
irder of ".!? ,
'' I, the jury
returned i ? Caau came
tO h:- death Bt thi BS par
1 n? i lain - unki ? ? Of t
ritnesaei eight were Ii
Frai I. Dornia, who ia in the ?
Hospital vi :'h iuo bullet wound
Dies on Way from Ball Gamo.
??: it Etna il .
irl. dropped dead h fron'
Jamaica as . ? ? tcrdaj iftei?.n. He
ion, from a
? i . i ,i ?
Hlj death was caused by OVCr-CXCrtion.
DU PONT MILLS IN
FOREST FIRE PERIL
Gan^s Eight Flames Day
and Night to Save
MAYOR BEATS BLAZE
Many Barns Are Destroyed as
Miles of Woodland Burn in
I'ntcraon, M. .!., NOV. 14 Mayor
II, r,i | i, ll?i Bold Of PomOtOO, several
miles from hire, to-doy le?) '-OH volun?
teer? in a tight Bgoinal forest tires that
threatened many summer home? of
prominent people at I'ompton Lakes.
The flames, after weeping over the
land for mllee, wen* stamped out as
ihey approached the bungalows late
The most serious of the fires in this
burning at Wayne, where
inn m.ri are battling night and day to
... from reaching the l>u
l',,iit Powder Worko. Volunteei : re do
!>;.rtm?-nt?. m ??ll the nearby soborban
tond read* to lena assistai.
, ? beyond control.
In LV ? i ? ? . Signoc, Athenio, Mid?
land I'lirk, Oakland ond other points in
i ..un??. Is ? erioas Bros have
already been extinguished. At a dosen
Ils ss, started during
the hiL'h winds of yesterday, are still
raging. Acres of timber have Seen de
? 1 and ninny homes ai'1' m peril.
Hoekonoeck, H. ???. N'ov. 14- N'oarly a
MON of boras hove been burned and
many homes endangered by a tire that
?;,??? ?I in the Blue Hill section of
HontVOle and now threaten? WoodclifT
Lobe, Pork Ridge, kfontvole, Pearl
River and Hillad ?
While the Montreals Are burned word
came that the rlames were threatening
Pearl Piv-er, in vvhrh district a dozen
barn? an?l other buildings wer? de
stroyed Four barns riear Clooter were
u ? thi torehoooe of John H.
!' ', freeholder, of Midland Park, was
For a time the flamea threatened the
Of Mayor riei.rv .J. Worsthroek, a
church at Oakland and a sanatorium.
I 1res sn also raging at different
a I o tip the i
Hutkr, \. J- Nov. 14. Hundreds of
citizens Aghting r"i"-r Ares 'hat havi
been burning in neorbj mountains dur
. ? ? ? ucceeded m get?
ting ? I under p*i I al eonl rol
t?, night F? ' ? ? eral times
!??!? buildini ? .Huge. Riverdolc
Many miles of valuable woodland.
undreds of maple, chestnut and
? troyed. The
powdei II Ol llaskel!, near the ti e
ene of consider
TO STRIP WOODEMD HOME
Rare and Costly Art Treasures
Will Be Sold at Auction
: ai.?l gilded bedoteod eoid
the mi ny art
?.he horns o:' lM.
'a r. Woodend, a1 U West ti?? il .
the contents ??f which will be dipper?!'?!
oi: I'm- (1:,;. and \\ 'ed lie-day Ot' this
lames P. Silo, of the Fifth
1 is I
Tap?- ? th s fortune adorn the
?vails of the big dining room, in the
?orner of w h .eh then
goldfish dispon .iture foun
??'r.ish room, with
its divans and antiqu? fun iture; the
lUoinl lump? and hangings; the
from th ? Orient; the library, wit
. : a -
li. fact, from basement to roof each
.ed 4vith useful, a? ? ?
1| to he sold
bidder, heeause the
? ? .,;,, I i ,
i,- 11 o'clock.
OF FRAUD CHARGE
lormer Corona Postmaster Ad?
mits Woman Was Unwittingly
Concerned in Swindle.
Mr >l ir Bearle Sage, a former
or in th? public schools an?! lee;
drei ? ropl< ? Board of Edu?
cation, who 44.LS mads an innocent vie?
' : I ; (,. ,.? ... i ;
> so, of Elmhorat, wh< .? oreek
m Sing Sing, 4?as cleared of the charge
rond larceny mad?, agoinat her
when .lu.lg? Humphrey, in the (.?ueens
irt, ., iterooy dismiss
indictment accusing her of grurnl lar
At the time "7 <?:itencc Rapelyea,
who former!; e ? poetmooter In i u
ro?a, made an appeal to the court on
? ??;' Mro. s.?k?. II-- said she ???
an old ? hi- family, and that
? dummy to carry
lOCl ??:: v. Iierehj he do
Schm and his wife
out of 51. ."? ? i ? ? by giving rhem a mort?
gage ? see of propei ty which he I
did n??' own. Rapelyea told that he
informe,! Mr-, Sage that he was the
?., property and that she
."hih* Mi - r.ow entirely
freed from an;, charge of wrongdoing
frond, Rapelyea conducted the
m gotiotiOBI ' ???oh a manner that no v
she i ?' illy liable for the $1,500
loaned by Schmidt and hi? wife. I
5th Av. & 56th St.
Apartments ot An> Size. I nfurnished, on Nearly Hasis Only
One Apartment, 8 room?, on 6th floor,
to sublet on favorable term?.
lall) for thooe deeiring the
atmosphere of ? well order-,l bom? i lb all the
1 ' - ? ?' .:i tel.
. II - Il . , Il
Hotel Le M
12-16 East 31st St.
COMFORTABLE AND EXCLUSIVE.
Suites of Any Size, Furnished or Unfurnished.
a? ' establiahed Fireproof Hotel offers su
? ons, ? omblned v. ith fault!? bs
axe? at attractive prl
Under Perional Direction of E. H. CHATILLON.
A HIGHLY interesting display of Imported and
Domestic Toys will be found in our greatly
enlarged department, at prices that cannot fail to
interest our patrons. Some of the features are
Aeroplanes that really fly; Electric Trains,
Mechanical Battleships and Submarines,
Moving Picture Machines and Radiopticons,
Walking Dolls and Animals,
and other novelties for both boys and girls.
ON QUITTING JOB
(Jrifenhagen at Luncheon by
Sheriff's Staff to Retir
Honor was paid yesterday to one who,
-? times, wax regarded as a very
unusual man. With (iovernor-elect
Whitman overwhelmed with applica?
tions from offieeseekers and Tammany
men shivering from the cold, Lester M.
Friedman .stands out uniquely. He is a
.. ,-?;. employe, in good ttaniling, who
reeigned his office.
Friedman's resignation from the legal
?ta'f of the Sheriff's otfic?- became ef?
fective yesterday. The Sheriff's ftaff
gave him a luncheon at the Stadt Kel?
ler, r<7 Duane st. Sheriff Grifenhagen
The course? were named for members
of the staff. There were "oyster cock- ,
tail a la McDonnell," for Deputy Sheriff
Philip McDonnell; "broiled salmon a la
/eltner. in honor of Deputy Sher.'r
Louis Zeltner, and "apple Strudel ? la
Gil berg," because Peputy Sheriff Sam?
uel Gineberg le known as "a pippin"
when it comes to making seizures.
Sheriff C.rifenhagen, addressing his
men as "my hoys." laid his aten was
the hardest working lot of men who
ever icrved the county. He expressed
the l?grete Of the entire office on the
retirement of Friedman and wished
him grta- - ICCOSI in his private affair?.
all of his colb-ague? the Sheriff
presented to the guest a gold mounte?!
Friedman, who resigne?! to devote
himself to private practice, spoke with
( or. the severing of intimate re?
lations with the men with whom he had
worked. Speeches were also made by
Francis A. O'Neill, of Sheriff's counsel;
Deputy Sheriff Moftit, William Roth
muii and others.
WIFE GETS LESS ALIMONY
Dentist Tells Court She Broke
Up His Business.
Dr. George A. McFachren. s tiei.tist
at 55 Kast 86th st.. yesterday told Jus?
tice (jreenbaum that hit. wife had
I so much disturbance in the of
he used to maintain that he lost
two-thirds of his practice and there?
fore was unable to pay her more than
$7 ."i0 a week alimony, pending the di?
vorce suit which Mrs. Emily R. Me?
Flachren ha? brought.
L>r. McFachren explained that he
used to earn about $?>0 a week He ha.l
a.: automobile and a bank account.
Then he and his wife separated.
"M> wife ruined my practice," said
the dentist. "Although I v.as paying
her $15 a week to support her and the
children, she came to my office and in?
sulted me in the presence of" m> pu
tienti by demanding more money. The
patients would ask me who the disturb?
ing woman wan. and when I told them
she war- my wife they left and never
came back "
?ine of the children has curvature of
th.- ipins and Mrs. McEachren
$1250 a week to care for the child
But Justice Greenbaum said he could
allow the wife only $7 50 a week, and
ordered that she must not disturb her
husband or his patients.
TEACHERS GET PROMOTION
Finley Ends Long Row Be?
tween Maxwell and Board.
Five hundred va in teochere'
position-' in this city, ah eh have been
held temporarily for tl two years
by teacher? paid the lower
grod? : ?hn H.
Finley. S'a'e i of Educa?
tion, decided yesterday.
The Board of Edaoation two veais
ago ordere.1 Superintendent Maxwell
to pu' on the eligible list for promo?
tion all teachers holding No. 1 hcen.se:>,
efore the con - la of the
city ai.d afl - - The
Superintendent refused to obey and
th? I ourt of Appeals upheld h:m.
Mr. Maxwell Bid he would oh? .
orr]'-r if it was approved by the State
Commiaaioner. Mr Finley has now
given that approval.
PEARY HEADS EXPLORERS
Club Elects Him President and
Chooses Other Officers.
Rear Admiral Robert E. Peary has
been electe?! pr> the Explor?
era' Club for the ci ?: The
vico-proeidei - ? id at the
meeting in the elnbroomo, S46 Amster?
dam av.. are Prof? -.-???? Marshall H.
Sovill?. Pro;'' isoi Uersche! I i
Dr 1 rank M. Ihapman an?l Henry Col
? Walsh. Stansburj Hogar is the
in.- club's diroel
Ford. Henr;, Bra ??, Louis M.
Ogden, Anthony Piolo, ? Mon
Roy C Andrew . i lapor U I
I Coi '? ?-' cy.
BECKERS ON BAI
IN EXPLOSION CASI
Mead of Brooklyn ? h em i cal Fac?
tory Held in $5.000 Manager
Gives $2.000 Bond.
An - to tht ?xplii ::
that killed two.
wrecked the chemical sad dye aa_|d
Dr. William Beckei-, ; ?: >o iUMs
hill av., Brooklyn, on F lay after.?
has been id I roner Fr.ni I
Senior orro?. I
arrest? have been ordered, b.t sfte: ?
talk with counsel, ? eroMt senior ??
rected that lockert and W?ss
Muller, in- manager, give bonci cf
16,000 and $_.()" "It.
The second victim ol tht tSSk-B
Adolph Wolter^. I ?-..it.?'.
.? i at work on the lecond floor, ?t:
lay .n tht ? umberlaad -trm
ai. He a a- ?-.. ? ? 'jtitri oldu:
ter E. Hum.
it, 'j.v ose ? ler.mtnt a
doubt?; : ?.in. Si
. able to lai
any light on the natur. of tht !-?#?'?
ments which Haar i ? Isetse
hal Brophy tried ytiteW
that boss ?'??
. in the plai i rteteoe
get et the it<m?
< iermen dj eo, to ? ot-t
on account - "wise, S "-'
ehe I tu aw
home, ? iffsital"
injuries to the ears a*.d eyes, ht w?
unable to make b
mraaaammmaeo BOB. BBSS'
Others Get $25
For the Identical
Clothes We Sell ig
OCR Ni RWOOD MODEL
A particu a r v gooil look n?r over?
coat cut on graceful, tornt-fitting
Knot and shown m d'iz'ns of dis?
tinctive and individual domestic and
foreign fairies uell worth the $25
asked elsewhere -Heieat . $15
A'o Charge for Alteration*
The reaoon i? limpie "?*
clothing tot mra and fSM
?and voti buj the ism
amart-lookin?, -turdy. ?**?
taimente here for $15? '
cost $2? *ls,-whrtr^bu|f?
we do not ? harge for nj?
RENTS. FANCY FlXjUg
OFFICE HELP H-jg.
WALKERS and LN0K?'
I a\I PROFIT
I Ihr laat .t?*i.? -.pecially*
pUeaNOU al th--beginn.nl0
Hie Clothing StjuosL)
Your sh?irr of thr *boT,|jj
penses , outs you the ""'.-p*
WE have ?ut out^W?
WHY WE SAVE YOU ?P
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