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r EER OF ° A WIFE BEATER BEATERr BEATERGAFFEJ BEATELI
r GAfFSE HAS SERVED 16 YEAH YEAHFOR YEARSFOR YEA ft ftFOil
FOR THIS OFFENCE OFFENCEUti
Uti Been BenUncMt Ten Times In n tei teiYears Ten TenyurFor rev reviearsFOr
Years yurFor For Ills Most Recent Re nt OfTeno OfTenoDlitrlol OffenolDlliriet orrenciDhitflct
I Dlitrlol Attorney ttornr CUrke Hopet I ISend to toSend 1Rend
Send Him An 118 > Tor the Beit of Ills LUIAmong Life LifeAmong LifeAmong
Among tho documents piled up upthe 01 01the n nthe
the desk ot f District Attorney Clarke o oBrooklyn of ofBrookln oi oiBrooktyfl
Brooklyn ypsteMay was wa a slip of papocontaiiilufi paper papercontnlnllll papolcontatnitig
contaiiilufi contnlnllll a long nK column of figures I Iotio In Inono iroflo
ono corner torntrot of f tlio tu slip was writtenJleeOr written writtenjlecord writtenHeOrd
jlecord JleeOr of Edward Gaffnoy GaffnoyThe GatlneyThe OaffnoyThe
The figures nt a the e bottom of the column columindicated columnindlraltd coluxnrndIcaed
indicated that Oaffney had spent pen sixteen slxteevonrs sixteenwl1r elxteervetr
vonrs and nd some months In the workhouse workhouBand
and nd the I jwnltontlary 1 since the summer o ojssj ot otJ o1s1
jssj J Sj HP U l IR now 50 years old and If District DlatrlcAttorney DistrictAttorney DietricAttorney
Attorney Clarke Is able to make tho Cow Cowof Courof
of Special Sessions BOO the matter as a hi hidoes he hedOP8 h hdoes
does Gaffney will spend the better par pantfnot parif part partitnot
if itnot not the whole of his remaining life bo behind behindprison bohiocpniofl bin binprison
prison pnioflI bars barsGRJrnoy
1 Gaffnoy is not a professional criminal i ithe In Inthe Ir Irthe
the accepted acccptedierm term All ho does is to ben benhis beat beathis boahl
hl his wile But this thjs he does with a pet peristenc7 petsistencf p psistency
sistencf and a Heartlessness that seer seerto seemto aeonto
to be unequalled in the criminal records o othe oC oCthe ol olthe
the city He has been sentenced to mor morthan moreIhan morthan
than ten terms of Imprisonment in th thlast thB thBlast thlAst
last ten years ears and every time for witbeating wit wlCebeating wI wIbeating
beating beatingThe beatingThe beatingThe
The Ftory is as old as a the stones thai thai that thatCQer thaicover
i cover the streets of New N w York Gaffney la latvward Iatward 0 0lmrd
tvward by nature of course In his sobestate sobe sooorstate obejatate
state he does not no dare to attack hhwife hi hiwife his hiswils
wife much less anybody else dee But a asoon a8 a8800n asoon
soon ns ho has swallowed a number o odrinks of ofdrink oi oidrinka
drinks he becomes quarrelsome and wantto want wantato wantito
to fight Still he remains a coward an aninstead and andinptead ancinstead
instead of seeking an issue with some somebody somebody somebody
body equal to himself in brutality am amphysical anel anelphrslcal ancphysical
physical strength he skulks away fronthe from fromthe fronithe
the saloon and hastens home to vent hi hiire his hisIre hhI
ire ° on the poor woman who is tied to bin bini blm blmby IIIXEby
I
i by the law lawLizzie lawLizzie lawUzzo
Lizzie Gaffney his wife is 65 yearold year yearsold yeaiiold
old They were married twentyfive years yearago yearsago yearsago
During the first five years thor thorwas thoreIII thorcwal
ago was III plenty lenty of trouble caused by the hus hueband husbands husband
band e HI II humor when drunk But Bu the thivoung the theyoung theyoung
young wife was strong and healthy am amwhen and andwhen andwhen
when matters got too bad she would defend defenherself defendherseIr defendheraclt <
herself like a man This was enough ti tikeen to tokeElp tc tckeep
keen dnffney at a distance distanceThlng distanceThings
Things changtd changl < l however when L afteicix after afterpix 4wa < 4
pix years ot marriage Mrs Gatlney wa waabout was wasabout wasabout
about to become a mother Thus weakened weakenedshe w6Ilkenedshe weakenedshe
she wan no match for her husband ant anthe anah and andhe
he h knew It On the day before their first flrsand firstand firstand
and only child was born he beat her si sicruelly so socruell accruelly
cruelly cruell that she had to take refuge in thii thehome the thehomtl
i home of a neighbor and there the child childa
a daughter was born For that daughte daughtemoney daughterIrs
Mrs Irs GaITney has lived since earning the themonAY themoney
money needed to bring her up decently an anvorce and andretraining andrefraining
retraining for her sake from seeking a dl dlor divorce
vorce vorceGaffney vorceGaney or
orGaIYnAY Gaffney was arrested after that firs firsassault first firstFlIIull firstasault
assault on his wife but escaped escaped after prom promUing promIng promleing
Uing Ing reform Instead of keeping hi hipromise his hispromi hispromito
promise promi o he gave his wife another beatlnialmost beating beatingBhnost beatingalninat
almost before she was able to stand 01 01her on onher onher
her feet again That won for him a tri trito trip tripto tr1to
to the workhouse Since then he has ha hano had hadno hadno
no time or chance to practise the machinists machinisttrade machiniststrade machiniststrade
trade for which he was trained His Hfhas Hf life lifehas lifebaa
has since been devoted to serving time tlmin time timeIn timeIn
in the workhouse or penitentiary gettingdrunk getting gettinsentence gettingdrunk
drunk enough to beat his wife and awaltlnK awaltlnKIIInttnce awaittnMntence
sentence in police court courtHe courtHe courtHe
He got it good and hard the last time timeOne timeOne timeOne
One year imprisonment and SSOO 500 fine flniHe finewas
I
was RB the punl punbhritent hrnent Dieted out to him himHe himRe
He served for tho fine too of course an anhad and andbad andhad
had to spend two years and fou foumonths four fourmontbs fourmonths
months in jail About two weeks ag agbe ago agobe agohe
be was released relplU < d He returned to BrooK BrooKlyn BrookIn Brooklyn
lyn in search of his wife and daughter th thlatter the thelatter thelatter
latter 19 years y ars old They had disap disapi dhlllpnnCI
t I i fwnrcd nnCI from from tho place where theyjlvw theyjlvwnercy they Jived livedwhrn Jivedh
arrested and had left no trace tracet
whrn h nn he was 111
4 4 t attJuy eet about tracJngtbenivith tradng tbemwlth ua uanergy n nnprgy
f nercy and Ingenuity that would haw hawbrought hatbrought havebrought
brought praise If I f applied to a good pur purnc purlOSt purIso
Iso nc lOSt 11 tPtook took him just ten days tofind tofindhis to tofindhis find findhi
his hi wife and daughter in their th ir new home homent
nt 341 3 34 Manhattan avenue Wl11llmburg Wl11llmburgIhnt V Illiamsburg IlliamsburgTlmt iilmsburgtint
tint district cll trlct MOIIM to havo been b 1I built t tsuit to toFult totiit
suit tiit tlio requlirments of persons who want waneto wantto
to hide It t is I full of crooked narrow narrowMroots narrowtreptR narrowMreits
Mroots and to look for anybody there islikn is illIlk islikn
likn Ilk looking for a noodle in a haystack haystackVhon hnyfltBtkrJlfn haystackhrn
Vhon hrn Oallne iflffney presented pre > 1enled himself at the thodror thBkor thelor
dror his hI daughter shrieked and his wife wifeb wilei
b list is into tears Neltlior the fear of his MBchild hislIiUd hisrliild
I i child nor the sorrow of his wife kept him mmfrom himfrom himfrom
from making rnakin their homo his h l own For 1oorto FortsO ° r rtwo
two days bo bl remnimd quiet During thegreatr I the thejreatlr he hegreater
greater part of that time he won tilling tillinghimMf tt1lnghlmIf ttlltn ttlltnhimlf
himMf with whlskoy paying for it with withmoney withmonlj wit witI
I money rnrnecl by b Ms wife lte and given to tohim 10him tohim
him In tho hop hojx of buying mercy for her herself herEI heran ¬
EI self and her child cliUdLast childLlIRI childLast
Last Wednesday night Gaffney found foundhimself Coundhi01lPlf foundhimscif
himself In the proper state of mind Re Retllrnlng Returning c cturning
turning homo late he picked a quar quarrel quarrp ¬
rel rp wiRi with his wife over the way she pre prepared prerarfd pmiared ¬
pared his meal for him It was not notdaintv notdalntv notdainty
dainty enough The girl was away awa for fortunately forlunatelY fortunately ¬
tunately For nearly fifteen minutes Gaff Gaffney GaITnev Oarmy ¬
nev applied all his strength to the task taskof taskor tabkor
ney or giving hi his wife the worst wors boating she shehad shelad he hehad
had ever received rl < He had used a crow crowbir crowbr crowbar
bar the time before and had beaten her hernmt hfrJlJllt herst
nmt st a little too much so that she nearly nearlydied nearlydied nearlydied
died To avoid a similar mistake ho used usedonlv usedonl usedonly
only onl his fists and feet this time timeFirst tillleJoirst tluueFirst
First he used the woman as a punching punchingbag punchingMIt punchingbag
bag Then he tried her as III a football By Bythat Bythfl Bythat
that time she was lying on the floor unable unableto
to offer anv resistance rfl tanoe Gaffney then thentook thentook thentook
took her arms amiA one at a 1 time and tried how howfar howtar howfar
far he could twist it forward and back backward backwatd hackwand ¬
ward without wrenching it out of its tt8110cket tt8110cketFlnaUr socket socketfinally socketYthaily
finally ho ndminlsterecfa administered a few lost straight straightforward IItralghtlorward straightforward ¬
forward kicks Then he lay down on the thetpd theloPe thebed
loPe to Bleep the sleep of ofthe the tiredTherri tired tiredThem tirtdThpra
Them he was found snoring loudlywhllI loudlywhen loudly loudlywhen
when the th door was a8 broken open by Police Policeman PoU PoUmlln Policerain
man Collins of tho Herbert street station stationwho IItatlonwho stationwho
who had been bee Ii called by the neighbors neighborsMrs
Mrs lr8 Gaffnoy was unconscious on the floor floorOaffnov floorC floorrafrnoy
Oaffnov C nnpv was taken to the station thatnightand that thatnl thatnl
nl nightand hl htancI anrl the next nex morning to the Ewen EwonFtret EwenIrpft EwenitrPet
Ftret police court Magistrate O OReilly OReillyhpld OReillyheld Reilly Reillyheld
held him in SIOOO 1000 bail for examination examinationnext
next Monday lotld Y in order to give District At AtI AtIr1rnp Attarney
I torney Ir1rnp Clarke a chance to work up a aCMe aCMen case casenaalnst maeiaainst
naalnst n Blnpt him as 8 a professional criminal criminalWhn criminalhnn criminalWh
Whn Wh hnn ° n his hi mse mf comes up in the Special SpecialS SpeciniSeeIorus
S f SeeIorus fflons his hI record will be laid bs bsfnro lptor before
fore tor the Court and a request made madethat madethnt madethat
that he ho adjudged an habitual criminal criminalon
on 0 th thin basis h RI of the statute which so 0 i iI dtIf desi desinates
I times a man who has been found n guiLy guiLyI guiiywife v
1 of wife > lipntlng five or more times Ifthe If Itth Jfthn
the th Court agrees with the District Dls rlct Attorney Attorneyfinffnpy Attornlnalfllpy AttorneyftifTiipy
I finffnpy may be sent away for the rest or orhi oChi ofhi
hi life lifeIf m mIt lifeJ
If J he hI gets out again and discovers discoverstho
C the wheroalxiuts of his wife he will kill killh killhr killull
ull h hr r So he said at least when he was wastftken wlatnkn wasc
c taken from tho court room to tho prison prisonroll prilonfIblI prbonrlt
roll fIblI last Vednocday At the sam samq time timeh timerlnd
h ip < > orNI to bin wife wifeI witIhopn
I hope youll be stricken dead before beforeyon bfoCorerOil beforept
yon pit JI a chance to squeal on me again againjoii againMreOaffnnv
joii joiiMrs 011 011Ir Mrs MreOaffnnv Ir Gaffnor llfInnl had to be removed to St StCnth Stnthol fttnthrines
Cnth tnthrines nthol rliiB llfJR Hospital after her last Ins ex ezt exPrII1f exnrle
t > prenc nrle She wn wns < covered with wounds woundsnd woundshruillpfl woundsIntl
Intl nd bruises from head to feet and herer her herfeatures herMtureR
features wore rre almost unrecognizable unrecognizableFRCIVS unrognl1abrerntWIjS unrecognizableF1l4WiSs
er
FRCIVS COSTLY OSTI Mil HIDE HIDEIll RIDIlIa RIDEhas
lIa has > < Ill Ille Woman Companion Arrrslrd for forStealing forStlnllm forStiihIn
StiihIn Stealing Two Diamond ninm ninmMrs RlnJsIr flhnilre
Mrs Ir lre Nellie = pllle Oliver Wo wlio 110 gave her address addressas
as us West W flt Thirtyninth street was 08 held heldIn hfdin heldin
In SIIOI 1009 loo bull by b Magistrate Cornell in tho thoJefferson thoJ theJeflereon
Jefferson J ne on Market police court yesterday yesterdayShe
She waR charged with tho larceny of two tworings tworing tworings
rings ring one valued at t800 800 and the other at atI1o
110 10Thl
1 The complainant Stanley Francis a pub publisher publlihrr pubJuaher ¬
lisher who said he lived ed at tho ItoyaJton UoalonU ItoyaJtonWest
U West Rt Fortyfourth street told De Detective Deterthe Dotective ¬
tective Sergeants Oppenhelm and Dow Dowling Do Doling DowHag
ling of Ir Insisctor nllp > HxCtor > clor McCluskys staff tatl that he hemet benIPt henwt
met the woman on Broadway on Wednea Wedneaiav WednI8dfo Vednesday
day dfo night and that she Mole I ole the jewelry jewelryrom
from rom him in 10 a cob Mrs Oliver was takeno taken takento takenttO
to ttO o Police Headquarters and photographed photographedi
i I for or the rogues gallery gallervAfler galleryAfter
After she wnslield was held for trial Francis made madean
an attempt to regain potwenslon of the therng tber therngs00
rng r nglon < on of ofwidch which he said belonged to t th Ills IllsHi hislIilt iilsfit
lIilt Hi but his request was refused refldk
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NEY N JVBIP i Iv POINT IN N LIFE iii INSURANCE INSURANCEPolicy INSURAlCEPoUe INSURANCEPotloy
Policy PoUe > Sale ale to the th Company When th thAuured the theAuured theAluted
Auured It I Dead Doesnt DotlntGo DotlntGoThe Go GoThe GoThe
The assignee of a life insurance In ura ce polio polioissued
issued by the Manhattan life Insurance InnurancCompany Insurance InsuranceCom InsuranceCompany
Company Com 4ny of this thl city sold the policy to th thcompany the thecotIpany thecompany
company without knowledge on his pai paior part partor partor
or thai thatof of the company that the insure insurewas Insurodwasde Inaurodwasdead
was wasde wasdead dead d at a the time of purchase Suit wn wnsubsequently WM WMubeequonUy waspubeoquontiy
subsequently brought for tho full amount amountof amountof
of the policy Justice McCall of the Supreme Su 8upreme Supreme
preme Court holds that the company should shoulcpay shouldpuy shouldpay
pay Here lIet is his decision decisionTaylor declslonTaylor declsionTaylor
Taylor va Manhattan Life Insurance Com Company Companylq
pany panyll In August 1877 mu one Charles II Tylei Tyleiprocured Coin Coinpanyll lr iYIerprocureel er erprolnourtd
procured prolnourtd from the thederpndtint defendant herein a pollcj pollcjof pol poflcyof C Cof
of InBuranco Urallcu upon hit life for the sum of ofS ofceo
S 2000 OOO Inthe In the name month und year eor being bel bellaraely
largely Indebted to the plaintiff plRlntUrhlreln herein the theassured Ihe1Iured theassured
assured assigned a lined all his right title and In Interest Inttrest Interest ¬
terest In 11 ana alld to said policy pollc of QI o luauruuce to toher tohel tolien
her and itnu trw defendant received notion lIotl of ofto ofBala ofsolo
solo assignment From rorn August 1877 dowli dowito dowlito
to July i 1002 the said assignee aBSiRn tho plaintiff plnlhtinIn lnllitifT lnllitifTIn
In Injthls jthls thl this actlqn continued to be jtlie the owner ownerInto ownlr4IId ownerind
4IId legal holder of said pollry 011 the first IIrstday firstnay
day of July IDO 1902 this plain plaintiff lifT porr havllllf
been Informed tnat that the USlIred was dead deadalld deadand
and believing that he was still alive entered enteredInto eaterIInto
Into an lInlllrreen1ellt uereement with defendaut harem harem1the herein hereinitbe borelnitbs
itbe company that had Issued the pollcj pollcjwhich poll pollwblch poiicwhich
which culminated In the sale of the policy policyto policto
to said defendant company for S7 73333 3jAt 3jAtthl1 At Atth Atthe
th the time that the agreement for Milt sale sainwas BaloWl9 salewas
was made the assured Charles II Tyler Tylerva 1lerVI Iylervu
va VI dead having departed this life on the tlm10th thodnyor the10th
10th day dnyor of June 1002the I002 lOOr the month preceding prei1oolnIheone
tile Iheone one In which whlc tho sale was made madennd madenndneither and andneither andneither
neither pialntllT nor defendant herein had hadtlio hadIho hadtile
tile sllghtett Intimation orknowlodve of that thatfa thntfu thatfact
fa fact t There Is nq dispute whateycr whnleer that nil nilto nl nlpr clipremiums
pr premiums m I uma lip to time otdpllth had boon fully fullyPII fullyplild
PII plild d and tIle ease rests simply on the QUIR QUIRtlon ties tiestim
tim all to whether this thts agreement between bftwmipolicy betwffuIho betweenthe
the pnrtle lrllol for the sale and purchase o of this thispollcIOIllIlng thispolicy
policy pollcIOIllIlng lojilllntr on Ita It face for the payment paymentof paymelltor
or 12000 when it became due under Ita It terms termsfor term termfor termsfor
for 172535 2a33 Hhould stand or whether because becauseof b clUse clUseor
of time mutual mu 11111 mistake that wan all made the theparties thepllrtles theparties
parties seeking see tng the relief should be b released reieaedfrom releasedfrom relouedfrom
from the th obligations of same That there therewas therewas therewas
was a mistake made und un that It was H L mutual mutualone mlll1l11lone muitimimione
one admits It seems to me of no question questionequally QuplltionSurely questionSurely
Surely uaith lIn the knowledge of the Msureds MsuredsdPl1th assuredsdeath
death the assignee would not take l72fiM l72fiMwhere 725Swhere
where a clllIr rllht exlllted to S2000 2OO nun nunequally and andequally
equally with as 119lrreat great a degree or certainty cer linty no nocompany nooomlan nocompany
company of the th reputation of this defendant defendantwould derendantwou derendaptwould
oomlan would wou d with knowledge knoII < Iro of o the assureds assuredsdeath aAlured aAlureddpolh assuredsdeath
death enter Into any an negotiation for the pur purchase ourojiaae ¬ I Iabase
chase of such a claim at such a price at least leastwithout Ipastwltbout leastwithout
without apprising the assignee of what It Itknew Itknew itknew
knew It must therefore follow that t there thereIs
Is little room for argument on any question questionpf
pf law It was common < ground round that at the thesupposed thlttmo thetime
time of the slIlo ale both partIes to the contract contrllotsuppo contractsupposed
suppo supposed Ad the Ih assured a88urt < 1 to be alive and both bothentered bothntprod bothentered
entered Into It upon PO the basis b B1I of an affirmative affirmativebelief allrmlltlvebelllf alflmativebelief
belief that hat the insured wan alive It turns turnsout tllrnsollt turnsout
out that this was a mutual mistake iRcott Bcott vs vsCoulson VACOllison vsCoulson
Coulson Chancery Division Law Reports ReportsAug RpportsAII ReportsAug
Aug AII l lOGS 100 240 also 1 Chancery 4531 the thecontract th9rontract thecontract
contract of sale Is l one on that cannot bn en enforced onfor enforced ¬
for forced d and Jid the plaintiff must be relieved relievedfrom relievedfrom relievedtrain
from same Judgment accordingly accordinglyCANFlELIt aceotdlnQlyCANFIE1JD accordinglyCANFIET4D
CANFlELIt EAGER FOR TRIALBefore TRIAL TlllALOeto IRIALfitters
Before Oeto Jeromes Testimony Bill Becomes DroomeiWont OfoomnlAwWont BecomesLawWont
lAwWont Wont Walt an Appeal AppealA
A new move was made yesterday by John JohnB
B Stan Blanchfipld oh ft eld counsel for Richard A Can Canfleld Canfield Canfield
field who Is to go to trial on the charge chargeof
of running a gambling houso at a S East EastFortyfourth EaatFortyrourth EastFortyfourth
Fortyfourth street on Dec 16 16District 16District i iDistrict
District Attorney Attorn Y Jerome has been try trying trying trylag ¬
ing to delay the trial until after the Legis Legislature Legislature Legislature ¬
lature meets hoping to get his measure measureamending measureamending measureamending
amending Section 342 8 2 of the Penal Code Codeto Cedeto
to compel witnesses to testify in gambling gamblingcases gamblingcnses gamblingcases
cases made law Justice Sewell who whoissued whol88ued whoissued
issued tho certificate of reasonable doubt doubtin
in Bam Parkss cane set the trial I ria for Dec
16 and also granted a motion by Canfield Canfieldfor Canfieldfor Canfleldfor
for a bill of particulars rtlculars Ilr > Ir Jerome ap apverral appealed appealed
pealed to the Ap Appellate > lIate Division for a re revenoal reversal
verral of Justice SeweUs ruling In regard regardto
to the bill of particulars The Appellate AppellateDivision AppellateDivision AppellateDivision
Division has adjourned adjourned until January Januarywithout Januar Januarwithout Januarywithout
without handing down a decision decisionMr decisionMr 1 1Mr
Mr Jerome went to Lakoville convinced convincedthat con convincedthat nced ncedthat
that the trial cannot be held until after afterthe afterthe afterthe
the Appellate Division rules on the appealYesterday appeal appealYesterday apptalYesterday
Yesterday Mr Stanchfield notified act acting actInK actbig ¬
InK District Attorney Rand that ho with wlthIrew wllhdrew withdrew
drew the demand for a bill of particulars particularsind
and would go to trial on onDeo Deo 16 without withouthe withoutthe withoutthe
the bill Mr Rand nays that it would be beIn I Im
m 11 affront to th the Appellate AJ > pellate Division to tonalte tomake tomake
make such a more while the appeal Is still stilltending stUlpending stillendthg
tending before it itWhen itWhen itWhen
When Justice Sewell set Canflelds trial trialor trialfor trialor
for or Deo 16 1 he also named a panel of fifty fiftynen fiftymen fiftymen
men living in and around Binghamton Blngbamtonrora
from rom whom the jury jul must be drawn Can Canleld Canleld Canfield
leld has had lots ols of time to learn all about abouthese aboutIhese abouthose
hose men
TO MAKE THE STREETS SAFER SAFERGen SAFERGen SAFERGen
Gen Greene Gets the Figures on Ute Num Number Number Numher ¬
ber Killed by byVehlcIel Vehicles In 1DO9 1DO9Police 1002Police 1B02Police
Police Commissioner Comml sioner Greene got go a report reportfrom reporttrom reportfrom
from the Board of Health yesterday which whichshows whichshoWB whichshows
shows that 336 persons were killed by vohi vehicles vohicles vohides ¬
cles in the street in 1002 Gen Greene Greenewas GreenoWill Greenewas
was moved to call for this report because becauseof beaufot
the crowded crowdedcondition crowdedcondition crowdedcondition
of newspaper < r articles blaming
condition of tho streets for tho loss IO of many manylives manylives
lives It had been said that 535 35 persons personawere personswere personBwere
were killed In 1002 1002Of 1002Of 1002Of
Of the deaths 172 were caused by street streetcam streetcaNl streetcars
cam 144 by wagons and trucks o by auto automobiles aulomobiles automobiles ¬
mobiles 2 by bicycles and 7 by runaways runawaysTho runawayThe runawaysThe
The CommiMlonerexplfF8ed Commissioner expressed an opinion that thata thaB
a more vigorous enforcement of the speed speedlaw Bpeedlaw speedlaw
law and severer punishment of offenders offenderswere oftc offenderswere > nderB nderBwere
were to be desired dcsirodTlio deslrldThe desiredThe
The police records he said showed that thatfrom Ihatfrom thatfrom
from May 11903 t t003 to Nov Xo 131903 t3 t003 there had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been 240 o arrests for violation of the speed speedordinance sprcdomlnance speedordinance
ordinance in the borough of Manhattan Manhattanabove Manhattanabove Manhattanabove
above Fourteenth street and in The Bronx Bronxmid Bronxand Bronxand
and that 102 of oflhe the prisoners were discharged dischargedby
by the Magistrates Of the others 103 i03were 103were 103were
were fined sentence was suspended for
8 and 27 cases are still t1l1 pending Of those thosefined thosefined thosefined
fined 40 were tried before City Magistrates Magistratesand MaglJtra A Aand
and no fine exceeded 10 In the Court of ofSpecial orSptclal ofSpecial
Special Sessions 54 were fined and the finest finestranged fineRranped finesranged
ranged from SIO 10 to 150 50 0 TIle total of finesimposed fines finesimposed finellImrioRcd
imposed wan 1480 1480Gen t4 t4n 1 4s0 4s0Gen
Gen n Greene said he advocated putting puttingthe puttingtho
the licensing of vehicles in the hands of the thepolice thepollen thepolice
police Instead of tho Mayors marshal A Asuggestion Auggestlon Asuggestion
suggestion that tha a commissioner of street streettraffic BtreetIraffio streettraffic
traffic be created didnt meet with his ap approval approml approval ¬
proval An Inspector of pollco would ould be bethe bethe hethe
the best man to take charge of traffic he hethought hethough hethought
thought thought1IROOKLYX thoughtRhiOOKLIX
1IROOKLYX LA LAW J1 SCHOOL SCHOOLBecomes SCHOOLDtoomr8 SC1101ThBecofilca
Becomes a Part of ofthe the St Lawrence Inl lnlverslly Inltrlll Inlserslt <
verslly serslt trlll Which Assumes Management ManagementTho ManaenientThe lIanafmrntThe
The Brooklyn Law School was yesterday yesterdaymade yesterdaymade Oflterrlaymade
made a part of the St Lawrence University Universityby
by a vote ote of the advisory ad iBory board of the school schoolAll schoolAll ChoolAll
All the degrees conferred by the school schoolfor schoolfor schoolfor
for pome > months have boon in tho name nameof nameof 1 1ot
of the university which has now assumed assumedfinancial a assumedfinanciat < sllmed sllmedfinancial
IInivemlt1
financial BB well as scholastic supervision supervisionThe
The university unlvelRltrtrollteefl trustees who whoaro are residents residentsof
of Brooklyn and who will have charge of ofthe ofthfl ofthe
the Brooklyn Law School are Foster Fosterhiackims L LBackus LRack
Backus Rack exDistrict Attorney AHorne of Kings Kingscounty IUnpcounly Kin Kincouflty
county Dr DrWaIlPr Walter B Gunnison Nelson NelsonRobinson L LRobinson L LRobin
Robinson Robin on and Irving Bacholler the novelist novelistThe novelllltThe novelistThe
The advisory board which will have the thedirection thedi thedirection
direction di ctlori of o the t he school will consist of Almon AlmonGunnison AlmonGunn1901l AhmoiaClunnison
Gunnison president of tho university universityDr unlenit unlenitDr
Dr Norman P Hom 1Io1l11Y > y the founder th thschool tM tMt theSOilOGh
Justice Edgar M Cullon Cullonof
school t < Ch 001 chairman
of the Court of Anneals of the State of ofNow 01No ofNow
Now No York Justice Wilmot M Smith of the theSupremo thesupromo theSupreme
Supreme Court Alvan R Johnson and andDean andDean andDean
Dean William WiillamPayson Pajson Richardson Richardsonnoa RichardsonDOG RichardsonDna
DOG ADOPTS ADOpTS six KITTENSNurses KITTENS KITTENSWines KITTEySUrlrt
Wines Urlrt Them alld nrt Growls When ben Their TheirOwner TheirOwner TheirOwner
Owner Comes Near Her HerJames IItrJames 11crJames
James James Johnson of 115 II Jeffei JetlellllOn on avenue avenueJersey avenueJerE avenueJersey
JerE Jersey > y City had a pet cat which gave birth birthto
to a halfdozen kittens a few days ago agoYesterday aRoYeaterdayehe agoYesterday
Yesterday Yeaterdayehe she died He went to the shed shedin 8hooIn ah d din
in his yard to see how the kittens were weregetting were weregetting werenetting
getting along and found that a mongrel mongreldog mongreldOl monge1dog
dog had adopted odo te < them The animalgrowled animal animalconcluded aniinalgrowled
growled when be approached her and be beconcluded heconcluded
concluded to let her alone aloneHe aloneHe aloneHe
He says that she nursed the kittens and andbe andbe andbe
be believes they will thrive under her care careNoliool care careHohool careSchool
School Principals to Dine Goulden GouldenA GouldrnAdJnner
A AdJnner dinner it to be given to Congressman CongressmanJoseph CongrclllmuJOI CongreumsaJoseph
Joseph JOI ph A Goulden tonight at the Arena Arotuirestaurant ArenaTelltaurant Arenareataumnt
restaurant by the male principals and school pohoolofficers schoolofticers Oboololl1C
oll1C officers rs of The Bronx in recognition of his hlaservice hI hIserioea hisservices
service when he was a school official
LIGHT ON OLIVER TRANSFERS TRANSFERSV
V
MRS KOCH DUMMY IN lr ONE DEAL DEALEXPLAINS DEALE DEALEXPLAIVS
EXPLAINS E PLAlVS TO KROTEL KROTELSay KROTEL8a11 REf OTEL OTELSays
Say She Took the Property at Lawyer LawyciAlderdloca LawrcrAlderdices LawyerAlderdiocs
Alderdloca Request and an sag Signed i iUee a aUe4C1 ahired
Uee hired < l Back With the Name of th thGrantee tbGranteo the theGrantee
Grantee Uluik mankOrolier Broker Also Testifies TestifiesAssistant TettOnAssistant TetiflrAssistant
Assistant District Di trlot Attorney Krotel Kotl had hadbeforp hadbefore hadbefore
beforp before him at his office ofce yesterday yestry all 01 the thepersons thepersns theporsche
persons persns porsche except Mary Mry E Alderdioe who whohave whoha whohave
have ha ve so 8 far been bn named name in tho deal by whIch whlclMrs whlobMrs whIchMrs
Mrs Mary Mry Olivers Olvers real estate was trans transferred tans tansferred tranaferred ¬
ferred to Miss Alderdlce Aderdic Mr Krotel Itot heard heardthat heardthat heardthat
that Miss Mis Alderdice was WIS in II her brothers brothersoffice breters bretersoffice brothersoffice
office at o 304 30 Broadway Broadwayand and sent snt Deteotlve DeteotlveFlood Dttvo DttvoFlood DoteotivoFlood
Flood there with wih a subpoena subp but Flood Flooddid Flooddid Flooddid
did not no find her herMrs herMrll herMt
Mrs Mt Lydia Lydi B Kooh who has h a an office ofc at
66 Pine street Itr et and who acted acle as ass a dummy dummyin dumy dumyIn
in one of the Oliver Olver transfers transferl made the thomost themos themost
most mos important statement She said that thatin thntIn thatIn
in tho spring sprig of 1902 10 Lawyer Lwer James Jame 8 Alder Alderdice Alderdice Alderdice
dice her ler attorney showed her some Bme deeds deedssigned deds dedssigned deedssigned
signed with Mrs Mr Olivers Olvers name and with wih a ablank 0blank ablank
blank space for the name nme of the t grantee granteeHe gant granteelie
He le asked her she said ald if she se would consent consentto consnt consntto
to tho use of oCher her name as grantee grntc and she shedid 8hedid shedid
did so soThen eoben soThen
Then ben he said according acordln to Mrs Koch Kochthat Kochthat Kochthat
that ho would want to retransfer retansfer this thisproperty thisproperty thisproperty
property after It was as recorded reorded and he heexecuted heexecule heexecuted
executed execule another deed do for her to sign with withtho withthe wIththe
the name of the thegrantee grantee again blank blankShe b1aukShe blankSho
She said that he dated dat it I a day dy ahead aheadHe ahed ahedle aheadHe
He le told hor that tht he wanted to get a loan on onthe onthe onthe
the property while whie it stood in her name nameHe nameUe namelie
He did propr ge got jot a I loan for a little lte less lel than thn Eooo Eoooshe 5000 5000The OOO
she said from a title Insurance company
The check chok wan made tte out to Mrs Kochs Kochsorder Kochsorder hochsorder
order She offered orered to put the tie check checkthrough checkthough checkthrough
through though her bank but ho told her to In Indorse I indorse ¬
dorse it and give It to t him which she did didHerman didlerman didHerman
Herman lerman Schmidt u real estate ettlte broker brokertold brokertold brokertold
told of a deal in which he acted ucte for owners ownersof ownersof ownersof
of flats fts in West Wet Ninetyfirst Nlnetyfrt street slrct who whowere whowere vImowere
were thinking of trading for a parcel plrce at at117th at17th at117th
117th 17th street stret and Second Scond avenue owned by
Mrs MI Oliver Olver Arnstein Arnlei k Levy Lv and Bowers BowersBands BowersSaIs ower
Bands s Mr Krotel was wa told lol represented representedsome represente
some Ime of the interested Intereto parties rartlc while whil James JamesS Jame
S lawyer lawyerSchmidt laerSchmidt Alderdlco appeared as I Mrs lr Olivers Oliverslawyer 01er8 01er8laer Oliverslawyer
Schmidt sold that there was Wa no incumbrance Incum Incumbrance icum icumbranc
branc brance upon the th Oliver Olver Iproprty property but a asearch asearch asearch
search of upn the records rcrs showed Ihowed a mortgage mortgageof morgage morgageof
of 17000 1170 and a recent rent transfer The law lawyers Ilw Ilwyers lawyera ¬
yers sent a representative rlprlnlaUe to see s Mrs MrsOliver MrsOlver MrsOliver
Oliver Olver Schmidt said sd and ad she not only onlydeclared onlydecla onlydeclared
declared decla that she ha never had signed sige thetransfer the thetransfer thetranaer
transfer tranaer or authorized luthori7o a mortgage but butthrow butthrew butthrew
threw hot water on the investigator investigatorThe Invttgltor InvttgltorThe
The owners of the Ninetyfirst street streetproperty streetpro streetproperty
property pro ownel v refused to complete the deal dealMr dealMr dealMr
Mr prt Schmidt retuse said although assured lured by byAlderdice byAlderdice byAlderdice
Alderdice that the transfer trnsfer which was toMrs to toMrs toMrs
Mrs Koch was Wil a family tamly affair atlllr and the thoproperty theproperty theproperty
property had not been sold soldMrs sld sldMrs soidMrs
had with her hersaid hereald hersaid
Mrs Koch who a lawyer lawer wih
said that she never received recive a c cnt cent nt for foracting foractng foracting
acting actng as a dummy dummyMONUMENT dummyItIONUIIET dummyMONUMENT
MONUMENT ItIONUIIET TO ANDREW AiDREW GREEN GREENProposed GREENProposed
Proposed Popse by Bishop Potter at a Memorial MemorialMeeting Memortal1Ieeln MemorialMeetIng
Meeting MeetingBishop 1Ieeln 1IeelnBihop MeetIngBishop
Bishop Bihop Potter Poter made the principal prncpal address addressat addre addreat
at the memorial morial meeting Dotng In honor of Andrew AndrewH Adrew AdrewH
H Green Grn held by the Womans Auxiliary Auxiar of ofthe ottbe oftime
the American Scenic Snlo and Historic Hitoric Preserva Preservation Presra Presraton Preservation ¬
ton tion Society Scety in Frauncoss Faunol Tavern yester yesterday yeler yelerda yestermiay ¬
day da afternoon afernoon 1 have a theory theor about Mr MrGreen MrGrn MrGreen
Grn Green said the Bishop Bihop A New ew Eng Englander Englander Englander
lander born bor In the heart of New Englands Englandsnature Englandsnatue Englandsnature
natue nature he know nature and loved her herAnd herAnd herAnd
And did It I ever occur ocur to you that is I one of oftho ofthe
the things life lfe in i a city cty destroys destroysTlie detroys destroyaVTIme
TIle Bishop suggested suggeste that a monument monumentshould monumentshould
Ihould should be erected erted to the memory memor I of Mr MrGreen MrGrn MrOmen
Green Grn Tills TIll idea was wa taken up by tho thoipeakors thospaker thospeakers
speakers who followed folowed Walter Waler S Logan Loganirenldent Lg Loganpresident
prldent spaker president of the Empire Fpi State Association Associationf Aclton Acltonor
or > f the Sons Sns of theAmerican theAerlan Revolution Revolutionvas Rvoluton Rvolutonwa
vas the next talker talkerLetters talkerLtel talkerLetters
wa Letters Ltel nex indorsing indo minI the work wrk of the society societyrere siety sietywere societywere
Senator Senator3opew SenatorDepew malorDpew
were sent snt by President Prldent Roosevelt Rollevelt
3opew Gov Odoll Odol Mayor Ixiw lCW and other otherjrominent othorprminent otherrominent
prminent Dpew jrominent men Park Par Commissioner Cmmiioner Will Williox Wi Willox
cox and Edward Hagaman IagamBn Hall lal paid trib tribites tribute tribLites
ute ites to Mr Green
OBJECT OBJEC TO CONVICT 0iV10T TESTIMONY TESTIMONYCounsel TE TESTIMONYConniei TlION TlIONConnsel
Counsel for Court Clerk Crrk York ork Want an It ItRejected I ftRejected
Rejected Rt Jectld In Ills 111 iii Case CaseThe CaseThe CaseThe
The examination exination in tho ho case of John E W WYork WYork WYork
York the assistant Iflftant clerk in the United States StatesDistrict Stts SttsD StatesDistrict
District D tric Court Curt who was arrested arrfstd a week wrk ago agoon agoon agoon
on a charge of selling selng fraudulent naturali naturalization naturl naturlzation naturaiization ¬
zation certificates cerlficato was wa stayed stred yesterday yesterdayby YCt rday rdayby
by Commissioner Commisioner Shields Shieldf on the objection objectionor objecton objectonof
of Abram J 1 Rose Rlle counsel for Mr York Yorkon Yorkon Yorkon
on the ground that Room Rcco Ftglloll Flglol the Gov Governments Governments Governments ¬
ernments first witness is a convicted comictd teldnMr feldn feldnMr tel n nIr
ernments Mr Ir Rose ROe flt raised wllle8 the point on the strength strengthof
of a number numbr of cases caFe in the Federal Fedfrl courts courtsin cu courtain
in which convicts convlcl when object ohJe objected < o > d to were werenot werenot Wereno
not no permitted permited to testify tty The he prosecution prosecutioncontended proleuton proleutoncontendld prosecutionCOiitonie1
contended that Commissioner CommiRloner Shields Shieldswho Shieldswho Shieldswho
who sits slt merely as a a committing commltnp magistrate maglHtrutois magltmto magltmto180hlge
is obliged by statute Atltute to conform to t State Statopractice Htatopractce Statepractice
practice 180hlge though the Federal courts court are not notThe 110tTbe notThe
practce The Commissioner asked Il8ke for briefs citing citingauthorities citng citngauthorite citin citinauthorities
authorities authorite Cmilloner on the points point and adjourned adjournedthe adjournedtho adjourne adjournethe
the hearing to Dec De IS ISFREDERICK 18FREIERCl 19FREDERICK
FREIERCl FREDERICK HARRISON IWISON DIVORCED DIVORCEDThe
The o Court Awards AarI8 Him 11m the thf th Custody Cusody Cnstod of lilt liltTwo II IITo illsTwo
Two Children ChildrenWHITE Chtdrln ChtdrlnW ChhldrcnWniia
WHITE W TR PrAiN8 N Y Dec De 4 tSupremo tSupremoCur 4SupremeCourt Supreme SupremeCourt
Court Cur Justice J tie Keoghs Keghs order granting an nninterlocutory anInterloculory aninterlocutory
interlocutory decreoof decrr decree of divorce dlvoro to Frederick FrederickHarbison Frderick FrderickHarhin FrederickIlarbison
Harbison of Manhattan from Edith T THarbison THarhin THarlmison
Harhin Harbison Harhin was 88 filed today in the County CountyClerks CountyClerks CountyClerks
Clerks office TIle findings of the Court Courtshow Cour8how Courtahow
show that ofce the corespondents corellpndent8 name is isWilliam IRWiiam isWilliam
William Wiiam K J Pentz who is said to be a New NewYork XewYork NowYork
York broker brokerJudge hrokerJud brokerJudge
Judge Jud e Keogh Kegh grants grnt A the custody cllody of Kath Katherino Katherine Kathonce
erino once and Frederick Harbison Harbl < nlwo two young youngchildren youngchldrn youngchildren
children to their father Mrs Harbison Harbisonis Harblont
chldrn
is prohibited from frm using usig the full ful name or oreven oreen oreven
t prohihled
even the t he surname of her husband husbandMr lllhand lllhandMr liuslnmdMr
Mr Harbison Harhln also gets jets 25104 516 costs c8te of oftho oCthe ofthe
the action acton against IIgalnt his wife wifeTHEOLOGY wlfoTJIEOIOGI wifeTHEOLOGY
THEOLOGY TJIEOIOGI AT COLVMDIA COLVMDIAWorklnK couunlA couunlAorklnJ COLViIDIAWorkIng
WorkIng orklnJ Agreement AJreemlnt Between OetNn the fnl fnltertlty lnlI Unismelly
smelly I and the General Glnlral Seminary SeminaryColumbia Srmlnr SrmlnrColumbIa SeminarsCohmibia
Columbia University Univerity has ha entered enterd Intoan into intoan Intoan
an agreement aRrment with the General Geneml11lcolojtlcal Geneml11lcolojtlcalSeminar Theological TheologicalSeminary TheologicalSeminary
Seminary Seminar by which the Rev In Wllford Wiford L LRobbins J 1 1Robbins
Robbins dean of the Ihl seminary Imlnar will wl take takea
a seat 8at in tho Columbia University UnheNly Council Counciland Counci Counciland
and students lt ucenls of the t he seminary sminar will wl bo b permnitted per permitted pr prit ¬
mitted it ted to pursue courses COUIR leading Ipadln to the thehigher thehigher thehigher
higher degrees dlgrt at Columbia without wlhout any anycharge anycharge anycharge
charge for tuition tuitionOn tuitionOn
On the other tiion tiionOn hand students tudtntlnl at Columbia Columbiawho Columbiawho Columbiawho
who are candidates for any of the higher higherdegrees higherdlgrs hmighterdegrees
degrees dlgrs will be allowed alowpd to complete the therequirements Ihequlremlnt tImereriuhrementa
requirements wi for a minor or two minor minorsubjects minorsuhjoclll minorsuibjectis
subjects at the General Theological 1 Semi Seminary 8ml 8mlna Seminary ¬
nary na In the fields of Oriental Orental languages languagesNow lanllngs lanllngsNow languagesNow
Now r Testament Greek Grk ethics tthle the philos philosophy ph phiimophiy IM IMophy ¬
ophy of religion Tllglon or church history In Ineach Ineach Ineach
each caw ca ° however the examinations ExamlnationR will willbo wi willbe
bo b conducted Cq by the university unlverlt officers officersat omcr
at Columbia ColumbiaIt
It is thought that tba Ih present presnt agreement agreementlooks agJment agJmentlookll agreementhooks
I
looks toward the future merging of the thounminary Ihefminr theseminary
seminary Iowai with wth the university unlvliy or the found foundIng founding founding
Ing fminr of a university unlvfrltYlchool school of theology
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who has the best delivery delvery system is isto sure sureto sureit
it to get the most tradeThe trade tradeThe trde trdeThe
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BISHOP POTTERS URINGIXOUP URINGIXOUPHe BRNGINGUP BRNGINGUPHe
He Trill T I a George GeorgeJunior Junior Republic 1leet 1leetIns Meeting Meet MeetIng
Ing of th the he Rod That Wasnt Spared SparedThe sptd sptdTe SparedThe
The Te George Gerge Junior Republic Republc needs money moneyeo moneyI
eo I its it women sympathizers held a meet meeting meetIng meeting ¬
ing yesterday tsterdy afternoon afteroon at the Waldorf WaldorfA
A quartet from the upState upStte juvenile juvenle so socialistic 1 1olalatlo soolalistic ¬
olalatlo cialistic colony sang home made songs songeand sngs sngsand songsand
and Bishop Potter gave his ideas on avariety a avariety avarey
variety varey of subjects subjectsTho lubJoi subjectsThe
The Te Bishop evldontly thought it I was wasup wasup wasp
up p to him to give a 0 light lght tone to a meet meetIng meetIng meeting
Ing somewhat surcharged with sentiment sentimentHe sentment sentmentle sentimentHe
He le poke of those Ihos stupid traditions tradltonl Inwhich In iuwhich Inwhich
which we were reared relr Tho To traditions traditionsreferred traditionsreferd traditionsreferred
referred referd to were more especially espeily thoseconcerning those thoBeconcrning thoseconcerning
concerning concrning corporal corporl punishment Bishop BishopPotters DishopPotters BishopPotters
Potters stepmother it I seems 8ms used to togive 10give togive
give twentyfour Iwen IyCour hours notice notce of a pur purposed purpos purposed ¬
posed pos chastisement chastsement Another objection objectionable obJeton obJetonable objectionable ¬
able tradition was bringing all al children childrenup chidren chidrenup
up on the same Imo plan planI planwaa
I was one of nine sons lns explained explaine the theBishop theBishop theBishop
Bishop who all nl had hd a different direrent individ individuality idivid idividualty individuality ¬
uality ualty and all al should have had hd a different differenthandling dlfterenthandlng differenthandling
handling handlng This TIl same mistake mistke I am con convinced convinced convinced ¬
vinced was at the root of the mediaeval mediaevalorders medl medIevalorders va vaorer
orders orer Once I visited illed an order ordernot not a ameditsvnl amedlaal amedicuval
meditsvnl one oneand and the superior asked askedmo aAkedmc askedme
mo what wht I thought of the members membrs They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are admirable madam admirable admirble I re replied rople replied ¬
plied ple but bu they have no chins chinsThe chln chinsThe
The George Gerge Junior Republic Reublo boys bys allhad all allhad al
had chins concluded the Bishop which whichshowed whichshowed hlch hlchshowe
showed showe they had not only a moral sense sensebut 8n8 sensebut
but a moral sensitiveness sensitivenessThree 6nsltheness 6nslthenessTree sonsitiveneseThree
Three Tree thousand dollars dolars in subscriptions subscriptionswas subllptons subllptonswas
was raised ral d before the meeting mEtlg endedTIlE ended endedTHE endedTiE
THE TiE MERITS UEUTS OF fF SLANG SLANGnemarki SLGRemarkl SLANGflemark
nemarki Addressed Addrt8sll to the New Jersey JerseyTeachers derey dereyTuohrrs JerseyTeachers
Teachers Institute InstituteThe IIIUlnle IIIUlnleTbe InstItuteThe
The annual session fe8on of tho Teachers In Institute InBtltule Inatitute ¬
stitute for Essex Ex county was held In New Newark Newark Newark ¬
ark yesterday yesteray in two wo sections sectionsono eclonsone one of vjliich vjliichoccupied vhich vhichoccupied hlch hlchocuple
occupied ocuple the high school 8chooland and the other the theFirst IheFirs tImeFirst
First Presbyterian Church as no place placelarge placelarge placelarge
Presbyeran
large enough for the whole convention conventon was wasavailable waKaallble wasavailable
aallble available At the church the high school schooland schooland schooland
and grammar school schol teachers teacher assembled assembledFrederick Imbled ImbledFrerick assembledFrederick
Frerick Frederick Manley of Harvard Harvar University Universitytalked Univrsity Univrsitytalked Universitytalked
talked of slang In the sdhoola IItOl He thought thoughthat thoughtthat thoughtthat
that slang was WI pernicious pernicous only when when it was wasjscd wasuM wasused
used in a peso of vulgarity a sort srt of Smart SmartAleckism Smar SmartAieckism
uM Aleckism I pe Slang if properly proprly used us he heiaid heImld hesaid
said might bring phrases phral0 of what ha Homer Homerused Homeruse Homerused
used to call winged wlng d words Most of the thefamiliar the thefamillr thefamiliar
cl wora
use familiar topics in our American Amercan literature literaturehe Iteralure Iteralureho
ho famillr said were ere inheritances drawn from fromconditions fromconditons fromconditions
Inhorlancs
conditions of life 10 in England in Europe Europer Europ Europeand it its
Ind and conditons In the Orient r In 11 time good o slang of tho thoday thoday
day the natiolal national lie life was s brouglJe brought brou ht out outHe outHe
He Je did not want lnt to say that tlt he h indorsed indorsedlong mdorsedIlanjt mndorsedslang
long but ho did not with lh to bo a Mrs Mrsartington MrsParington MrsPartington
artington Parington trying to sweep Iwfep back the At Atantlo Atlantic Atlantic
lantic Ocean with n broom It I was every everywhere over overwhlre everywhere ¬
whlre where and had to be considered consideredHe con8lderll
He told of a boy oppressed OPPIBe with wih a very verylull vel veldul verydull
lull lecture who said Gee If I I dont dontget dontgetout get getiut getout
dul out out of lecure hero Ill get bats ntsln In me belfry bel try The Tlieglad Thegla1 tileglad
Il
glad hand and tho marble heart he heJonBidenxl heconRldem heconsidered
considered strong and poetic He believed believedhat bleve believedthat
hat if In the stronp Bible Dble it i had ptc been said fld to the theIpspiaed thedl8plsed themiespleed
Ipspiaed I Prodigal Son that that the world worldind worldhad worldhad
dl8plsed had shownhim Prohtl1 thcrnarhle the marble Sn heartand heart IInd that thatm thaton thaton
on his hl retum to his father ho had been bn given givenhe giventhe giventhe
the he glad hand hllld we should Ihould now hear pro proessore profeoNl professors
feoNl fessors essore of literature litrture saying to their classes classesAh clllltA clllltAAh classesAh
Ah gentlemen fntlrmen they the dont make such suchiternture fluchliterature suchliterature
literature ns that nowadays nowadaysIt
It won M the 11 largest larpOt and most interestinginstitute Interesting Interestingnstituto IntereltingInstllute
institute over held In New NewJerlley NewJerlleyOiE Jersey JerseyJVE JereeyUNE
OiE JVE YEAR 1JR FOR TIM TIf MfARTHY MfARTHYleeorder iC4RTHI iC4RTHIRrtordrr 4IC4flTJfRecorder
Rrtordrr Recorder I 1Als Lets ts Him 11m On or light lht Oceanic neeauseHe DIalse DIalseI
He I Was 11 Merely terrl Sam am Parks Prksl Tool ToolBecause ToolIecauB ToolBecause
Because IecauB Tim McCarthy was merely merelyam merelySm
Sm am Parkas Parksl tool to in blackmailing blackmaing builders buildersRecorder bulderB bulderBRecorder buildersflecorder
Recorder Goff Gol sent Mnt him to the penitentiary penitentiaryor penientary penientarytor
for or a year yesterday instead of to the State Stateirison Stle Stleprll Stateprison
prll prison irison for extorting exlortlnv extortlngwith with Parks 130 SI 300 from fromrlerman Cromlerman fromFlerman
lerman rlerman LobH L 1 of the Ix belAndrews > Com Comiany Company Cornpany
pany panyIn pany1a ianyIn
In the eyes of the law IIW said laid the Re lienrder Reorder Recorder
order VJou you were not compelled compled to do doheso dothpl dothese
thpl these acts My feeling Cepllr in that you were werelimply Wre Wrelimpl weresimply
limpl limply the tool of Parks I recognize recognizehat recognizeIhat recognizethat
hat if you you had refused refuR to obey obp Parks It Itnight I Imigbt itmight
night have resulted rOluled 1 in a disagreeablesituation disagreeable disagreeableiituation
situaton situation for you nn you might have been beeninablo bn bnunable beanunable
unable to obtain another situation siluaton and andvould amiwould andwould
would have hl VI lost the one you had The Theaw Thelaw Thelaw
law aw does not no recognize r cgnlzc this however and andhe andtho andth
tho th he law must mlll be upheld upheldNo upheldXo upheldNo
No honest hone worldngman worldnjtlln countenancesho countenances
the ho nets nqt you have ha vo boon hen found gul guilty guiit I of ofnrks ofParis ofParks
Paris was pent fn to State prison for a long longerm longlem longterm
lem term erm of years earl Although Alhough you ought to be bont bent besent
sent nt to State prison prsn 1 will wi not send nd you youhere youthere OU OUI
here I I will wi cave f ve your our citizenship oltizenshipand and not notnake notmake notmake
make a I felon ofLawyer of you youLawyer rou roultwer
Lawyer John F 1 Ii Mcintyre MoIntye wanted wantd sen senence Fn Fntence sentence
tence ence deferred on the ground that a Juror Juroriad JUTorhad jurorhad
had said Ild that when tho jury jur convicted convictedMcCarthy cnvicted cnvictedIlcCarth convictedMcCarthy
IlcCarth McCarthy with a 1 recommendation reommendallon to toneroy tomero tomeroy
neroy mero they Ih thought such sucl a recommenda recommendation reommenda reommendaton
ion ton tence tenceI ence enceI carried carred with wih It a suspension sUlpnsion of scn scnence sn sntence sentence
I know kno about that matter said the thoRecorder IheRecorder theRecorder
Recorder Jurors have not no the power powerlowever powerhowevet powerhowever
however lowever to assail a 8 I their Ihei own verdict verdictliss verdictMiss
1118 Miss Pratt Prat nave snoo 500 to v w 1 c t A AMrs AMrs
Mrs 11 Laura LangstafT Lngstaf has announced announcedhat announoedIhat announcedthat
hat 920000 OOO has bean subscribed slb ctibed to the IheS
S 25000 O fund asked for by the managers managersif mnagers mnagersof
of if tho Young oung Womens Christian Chrstan Assoclation Assocla Assoclaion Aoca Aocalon
ion lon She reports rpl1A that 10000 100 was 1 given giveny givenby
h by y a friend fripnl who refuses refuf to permit pnnl his name nameo nameto nameto
to o bo ie given and 1000 o OO0 was W sent Rnt to the as association asoca assocmntion ¬
sociation oca lon bv b Miss IRII Helen Pratt on the day dayof dayof
of f her wedding Another 1000 O was added addedto
to o tho fund a few daR J Jnous ago alo by an enony enonymow anon anonmOUR
mow friend Crend
LOYERSICUHEWEDANOTflE LOYERSICUHEWEDANOTflEHAPPY LOVER SIK SICK SHE WED ANOTHR ANOTHRIUPP ANOTIIED ANOTIIEDII4PP
HAPPY END EiV OF MISS MAGNUSLONG MAGNUS MAGNUSiLONG VAGNrlSS10G
LONG 10G JOURNEY JOURNEYNhe JOURIrIhe JOUItXLISite
Site Ihe Ran Away A way From Fom Home to Marry a MaIn Ma Man ManIn MarIii
In Manila 1IaiUaIound Found Him 11m Dying Aooeptc AooeptcHeleise AOpted AOptedHelese AooepteRelease
Release Helese and ad Married Malf an exNoldle exNoldleShe exoodler exoodlerIhe exSoldiesShe
She Ihe Met 11et Coming Home on a Transport TransportDorothy Tansprt TansprtDorothy TransportDorothy
Dorothy tho twentyfiveyearold twentyfiveyeld daugh daughter daughler daughter
ter of Conrad Magnus a photographer phologpher at GO GOWashington 58 58Washlnglon Got GotWashington
Washington street strt Hoboken who dls dieappeared dlsappeared dlsappear
appeared appear from her home lost It spring sprg has harwritten h88writen haswritten
written writen to her parents from Cleveland ClevelandOhio ClovelandOhio ClevelandOhio
Ohio that she will wi return to Hoboken for i iChristmas a aChrletlall aChristmas
Christmas Chrletlall visit and will wi probably bring briniher brg brghor bringher
her husband hublnd with wih her Sho Be Is I now MrsStephen Mrs MrsStephen Mr
Talkes of 127 Hower
Stephen Talkl avenue avenueCleveland avenueCleveland avenueCleveland
Cleveland ClevelandMrs ClevelandMI ClevelandMrs
Mrs MI Talkes said in her letter that she left lefhome loft lofthome lefthome
home to join her former Corer love Paul Unger Ungerin
in in Manila She found that Unger had con contraded contraced contracted
traded traced consumption consumpton He le did not expect expecto epot epotto expectto
to live lve long and so released release her from he heengagement her herengagement herengagement
engagement engagementMiss engagementMl engagementMiss
Miss Ml Magnus returned returne to America Americ on th thUnited the theUnite theUnited <
United Unite States transport Thomas Thom During Durinitho Duringtho Duringthe
tho voyage Stephen Talkes TllkM a young soldier soldierwhose soldierwhos soldierwhose
whose whos term ten of enlistment had expired oxpire paid palediligent paiddiligent paiddiligent
diligent court to her Before Bfore the transport transportreached trnspor transportreached
reached San Bn Francisco Frncic the soldier proposec proposecand proposed proposedand proposedand
and Miss l1 Magnus accepted acpte They Tey were wenmarried weremarrled weremarried
married in that thl city ciy by tho Rev Rv Father FatheiClarke FatherClarke FatherClarke
Clarke on July 21 and went to Cleveland ClevelandNEW ClevelandNEW ClevelandNEIV
NEW POEM JOE BY R CUTTER CUTTERTlie
The 10 Long Islnnd Isllnd IsiandEirmer Farmer Hard Gently GentlyChutes jenty jentyChlirs entl entlChides
Chides Chlirs a Newspaper NewspaperAge Ne1paprrAge NewspaperAge
Age cannot clno quench the poetic pto fervor that thaiwells thatwells
wells wels up in the heart of Bloodgood Bloodgo H I Cutter Cutterthe Cutterthe Cutterthe I
the Long Lng Island Isld farmer poet Mr Cutlets Cutter CutterIs ¬
ts l now more than 80 8 years yea old His muse muswas musevas I
was as stirred slire the other day on reading ai aierroneous an anerroneous anerroneous
erroneous report repr in a newspaper aneW8pper to th theffect the theoaect theeffect
effect that he had ba fenced fenc in his land am amput and andput andput
put up gates gate to shut out the members membrs o othe of ofthe oftho
the Bayside Hunt Clubwno ClubwFo have heretofore horetoforbad horetfo horetfohad heretoforehad
had free fre access acs to his estate etat Instead IDta o owriting of ofwtng ofwriting
wtng writing to t the editor and over the signature slgnaturof Ilgure Ilgureof
of Old Subscriber Subcriber demanding the die dlscharge discharg diecharge
charg charge of the author of the fabrication fabricationMr fabriction fabrictionMr
Mr Cutter Cuter chides the Ih erring erng newspaper newsPper ii iithis in inthle inthis
this fashion fashionReporter fashionneporler fashionReporter
Reporter friend ared ar d and youth youthWhen jouthWhen routbWhel
When Whel you use my name report rpor the truth truthIf lrlh lrlhI
If I true Ill not DO at you OU complain complainKven complatnI comptatEven
Even I en IF I II does adect my name nameI Ime ImeI
I did not see e the Bayside yslde bar bariNor boror barNor >
Nor or try Ir to stop 101 foxhunting toxbuntnr JoyNeither Joy JO JONeiher JoysNeither
Neither Neiher do I now have ble a I gateTo gate gateTo ale aleTo
To close on them as you did state stateBut elalenul slateRut
But all au U day was WA confined can lned In room roomNo roomo roomone
No o one to ire me there ther did come comeThen cme cmeThen comeThen
Then wrote some rme lines lne In my plain way wayOn wa waOn wayOn
On the lovely Thanksgiving Day DaySo DayS DaySo
So S friends trend when your report pr I Is I wrong wrongHectlfy 1rnr 1rnrIrelty wroneitectify
Hectlfy Irelty It I with pen pel and tongue tongueStrive Innlno InnlnoStrvo lonrueStrive
Strive Strvo to have bae your our reports pr correct correctAnd crrecl crreclAnd correctAmmd
And treat each one with will due respect respectBIOODOOOD respeclBLODOOD reapecti3LeoDQ000
BIOODOOOD BLODOOD II 1 COTTER COTTERROOSEVELT CtEI CtEIROOIIJT CUrTailROOSEIELT
ROOSEVELT ROOIIJT CRANK Cfl 4XK IN COURT COURToldosiy COURTolloY COURToIdouy
oldosiy olloY Shows a Small 8mll Knife Jnlrrlnt initeent Rent to to8l toHtale toStaler
8l Htale Staler tc Ini Inane Insane ne Asjluin AsjluinJustice A8lln A8llnJURtice AsItiinJustice
Justice Fitzgerald Fitzgerd in the Supreme Court Courtesterday Courtyeflterday Courtyesterday
yesterday decided deolde to commit Ealman Ealmanoldossy Kilman KilmanFoldoR HalmanFoiilossy
FoldoR oldossy r of 385 38 Powell Pool street st ne Brooklyn Brooklyno
10 o the Manhattan Manhatan State Asylum Foldossy Foldossys FoldOsy
is s the Hungarian Hungariln crank who was W arrested arrestedhe arrfed arrfedthe
the he day da before bfore President Roosevelt Roolclt attended attendedho atended atendedthe
the ho funeral funerl of his uncle unce James Jame K Ii Grade Gradele Grcie GrcieHe OraclelIe
He le had written writen a number of lot lolor letters tern to the thoresident IheI
I F resident rsident the District DistnictAttornoyand Attorney Attorneyand and others othersi othersaskinl othersasking
askinl asking i their ii aid u uVestern In his f fiht ht against the theWestern
Western Union Telegraph Telepraph Company which whichs
a8 IS s ho believes OIOV0 is trying tring to abolish ablsh ompn an imagi imagilary Imlgi Imlginary imagiary
nary secret Ecret society sciety to which Foldosay Foldoss Foldossthinks
thinks be belongs belongsWhen beongRWhen belongsWhen
When Foldossy FoldoBY was brought to court courteMerday courtyrterdar courtesterdmay
yrterdar eMerday Dr Packard Packard said that he was wasufTering waRBufering wasufforing
Bufering ufTering from curious curiOI delusions one ole of ofrhlch oCwhich ofshich
which IB ma that thlt he has solved flved the problem problemoC
oC if f aerial arial navigation navigaton Foldossyanked leave leaveo leaeto
to o make a statement and asked for an annterpretor anntorpreter
interreter nterpretor to whom he hI began to read an anacoherent anncoherent
incoherent address addrt from a voluminous voluminousnanuscript voluminousmanuscript olumlnousmanusript
manusript manuscript Ho HOfid Hesaid said that his secret scret society societyros
W88 vita organized organiz to search earh out vice and pro proent preenl prorent
enl the corruption coruption of officials officialsWhen officialsWhen officialsWhen
When Justice Justce Fitzgerald Fitzgrld Interrupted Interruptedane Interpte
him lm FoldofY suddenly uddonl pulled puled out a two twobladed twoiladedpcnknlfennmlpxclalmed
bladed iladedpcnknlfennmlpxclalmed pnknlandpxcaimc In lfliumln lfliumlnam am In Ineant
ane why hy did the doctors docolR give methls melhll knife knlCetoII1 knifeotIay
toII1 0dny An Assistant Asialnnt Corporation Corpration Coun Counel CounIllook Counql
Illook el took the knife from him the Hungarian Hungarianiffering Hungarianolle1ng
olle1ng iffering no resistance rlsanoe andlie and he was then thenlommitted thencmmittld thenommitted
cmmittld cmmittldTe lommitted lommittedThe ommittedThe
The Te Bellevue Bleve officials ofcial present said that
hey had no idea ide how he got possession possessionif esRlon esRlonof
of if f the knife knifeEPT knifeICEIT p8
KEPT EPT CHILDREN CIl1IEi FROM FRO SCHOOL SCHOOLlaglstrate SCl001 SCl001ltasl8trato SChOOlIlagistrate
ltasl8trato laglstrate FUnmier Fanlnr Fines Flfs Their Mother MotherBS Iolherfor
BS for the tl Offence OffenceMagistrate Oftnel OftnelMagistle OffenorMagistrate
Magistrate Magistle Flammor Flmmer in the Tombs police policeourt polce polcecurl policemurt
curl ourt yesterday Olerday fined fned Mrs 118 Christina Christinaloops ChrlRtl ChristinaEloops
loops of 38 3 City CIy Hall place 15 I 5 bemuse becausehe bemuseshe bemusethe
she he had refused to send her children chidrn a aicy abo aoy
bo icy of H 1 and a girl Ilr of 8 years 8r to thoVande thoVanderater the thoVandewater Vande Vandewntcr
rater street ttreet public puhlo school schoolMrs Ichol schoolMrs
Mrs 118 Hoops Hoop had been ben summoned to thelolico the thppolice
polce police lolico court before by Policeman Polcman R thj H4prlnger H HIpringer H HApringer
Ipringer and was released rtle with wih n caution cautionrom amutionrromn
from rom the Magistrate MaglRtte She persisted Outon Outonfrom In Inleclaring Indelaring Indeclaring
delaring declaring that tht no person had hd a right to toiterfero toinlerere tointerfere
inlerere interfere with wih her control ctrol of the children childrennd chidren chidrenand childrenand
and nd although alhough she paid the fine she an nnounced announ announced
noun ounced that she he waived wllvO none of what she sheonsidored IIhecnidorO shexmnsldered
cnidorO onsidored to be her rights
Coward CowardGood
Good Gd Sense SenseShoe Sen SenseShoe
Shoe ShoeFOR
FOR FO MEN WOMBN AND CHILDREN CHILDRENThe CHILDRCNTle CIIILORIINIi
Ii The Tle Coward Cowardif Cowar CowardBunion
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and women fvomeni womenOur fromenOur
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for the foot with a bunion bunionHas bunionHas bunionHas
Has just the right shape shapegiving shapegiving shapegiving
giving plenty of ofroom room for the theenlarged theenlarged theenlarged
enlarged joint and yet close closely cose cosely closely ¬
ly fitting fting the rest of the foot footNo footNo footNo
No other shoe made any anywhere anywhere ¬
where here will wi O a fill fl the bill bi I like likethe lke lkethe likethe
the Coward Bunion ShoeSOLD Shoe ShoeSOLD ShoefOLD
SOLD fOLD NOWHERe ELSE ELSEJAMES ELseJAMES ELSIZJA1VIES
JAMES S COWARD
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Mall Orders Order Filled FilledBEND Fled FIUedSEND
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I am good for 10 centsIIEC4UcR cents centslECAUSE centsnECHTIE
lECAUSE nECHTIE A 1 WOMAN O1U SLIPPED SLIPPEDromplrollcr SIPPEIJ SIPPEIJComptroler SLIEPEDComptroller
Comptroler Comptroller Wont Ia Iay I Paving mil 01 Till TiliiIss TillMiss Tl
Miss 11ss iIss Moorts HnniRBe Danae Case Ca c Is Decided DecidedTho Dtellt DtelltThe DecidedTime
The Barber Asphalt Paving Company Companyhrough Compny Compnythrough Companythrough
through its ifl counsel collel Edward Fdward Wells Jr Jrisked JraKIed Jrnaked
naked Supremo Court Justice Scott Sct yester yesterlay Ylterday yesterday
day to direct Comptroller Grout Grolt to authorize authorizehe
the he payment fo the company cmpany of SIO 14000 14000he 14000the
the he cost co t of paving pving Lexington avenue near near29th nearl2iith
29th 1 9th street streetTho stret stretThe streetThe
The Comptroller refused rlCuINI to approve the theill thebi thebili
bili ill because hll1e Miss Ill Margaret aJproe Wood ood had haderved hodRcned hadserved
bi served notice notic on him that ta she hud Ild fallen fallenn falen falenon
and andhe andRhe andshe
on > n the pavement and been hen injured
she he intended to sue lue tho city ciy for damages damagesecauso damage damagesbecause
be because > ecauso use of faulty fallt construction cnlltrlcllon of the pave pavement pavement pavement ¬
ment ment ment Justice Justc Scott reserved reerve decision decisionKilled decRlon decRlonllrt decisionICtileti
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Dennis Kcano Kelln died cied suddenly yesterday yesterdayat
at t William Wilom A Mites Cos brewery brewer 57 57hrystio 67CI5to 57Chrystie
hrystio street 5t rOIt The police polce believe hllee that thateath thatdeath thatleath
CI5to
death was due to inhaling Inhlllng the fumes of oforbonic oCcarbonic ofzarbonio
carbonic acid cle gas in in the fermenting fermontng room roomf roomof roommiDf
of f the brewery breweryFlames brewlr brewlrFlancs breweryFlames
Flames Flancs In tae Vancnurt Inn InnELIZABETH Tim TimEuyAnarir
ELIZABETH EU7ADETI N = J Dec De tThe 4 The Vancourt Vancourtnn VancotmrtInn ancour ancourInn
Inn nn waR discovered dlore to be b on fire shortly shortlyfter shortlyafer shortlyafter
afer after 0 oclock this morning The fire frp was wasn wason wason
on n tho third story and caused caupd a loss 10Rf of
111000 11000 11000TIME
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Here are nine topics out of ofscore t ascore tscore
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information inoraton and amusement of ofthe ofte ofthe
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folks have a fair chance chace at THE THESUNDAY TH THSUNDAY i iSUNDAY
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