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The sun. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1833-1916, May 10, 1904, Image 12

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t 4 booked ookcd over all the newest newestarid newestaod newestand
arid best bes things of the shirting shirtingimporters shirtingimeorters shirtingf
f importers importersv imeortersfhen
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1 iesult esulta a stock bcstdescribed bcstdescribedby best bcstdescribedbythat described describedbythat
by bythat that good old word wordelegant wordelegantstock elegant elegantaTstock
aTstock stock which contains about abouteverything aboutIo aboutryt1iing
Io everything e rything any man of taste can canAVaht cani canWant
i AVaht Want vantin in a soft shirt shirtBosoms shirta shirtBosoms
Bosoms a soms plaited and plain plaincuffgattached plaincufClattached plaincuffattached
cuffgattached or detached detachedPlentiful detachedf
f 0 Plentiful supplies of ofextra extra long longsleeves longsleeves longsleeves
sleeves sleevesI sleevesT50
I 150 T 50 to 350 350RQGKRS 350Romms 350Roctas
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the Rooms Get t Itaplns UrsullN UrsullNPolice flfsutsPoilceCornmilonnr i i1ollceCommlstonnr
Police 1ollceCommlstonnr Commlsxlonnr jroAdoo issued It > IIuo I this thistatemeot thlsIttement thissttement
tatemeot last as night nightviwjie nlghIWIs nlght1w58
viwjie IWIs not no a rmrtj originally to any IIn con controversy eonlroeray on onfroTersyWlth ¬
troversy froTersyWlth with the Western W tern Union Teletrruph TeletrruphCoDipaJJ felelflupbt releaptimpan
t CoDipaJJ pjpanr mpan Capt Ooddard presented a acharge aebarae acharge
charge backed by evidence that flu com compiJjy compaJI cornpa1hadanactlvo
piJjy paJI pa1hadanactlvo had an active profltublo prontu ble and direct con uonniicUoD confliTOtlen
niicUoD n cUon with the poolroom business In this thiscity thiseJ thiscity II
city eJ J a business conducted contrary cantrar to the theprovisions theI
1 provisions o b + 1sfons 1sI ns of the Penal Code So fur as I Ibara 1ban Ihave
ban read In the newspapers tho statement statementof
j of otCapt Capt Ooddard to the City Club as osto to the thedetails tbedetsils thedetat1
details of the transaction tranE < action Htanda undcnicd undcnicdnd undeniedandmay undoniedandinay
andmay nd may therefore bo accepted as a fact factTh factThe factThe
> Th The transaction on the face of the state statement statement statev ¬
v ment appears to have ended with the Installa Installation InstallaII ¬
II tion I1 of a telegraph Instrument and nn appeal appealtothe appealto
tothe to the moral sense nnd civic pride of the thewellknown thewell thewthknown
wellknown well known respectable and distinguished distinguishedgentlemen distinguishedrilltlemen distinguishedgettlemen
gentlemen who compose the th directorate of ofth ofthe ofthe
th the Western Union Telegraph Company CompanyI CompauCelt
I felt it my duty dut In reply repi to inquiries by the thepress theprell thepress
press prell on this episode to speak briefly of the theerett thelffIat thegraat
erett wrong which the majority of the pool poolrooms poolr poolrooms ¬
rooms r rooms Orna perpetrate on the hardworking and andpoor nndpoor andpoor
poor people of the city elt who are the most mostconspicuous mostconlplcuous mostconspicuous
conspicuous victims I offered U tho direc directors dlrect directora ¬
tors t rl pr or any of them wished to be assured assuredof lI8 assuredoftthI ured uredoftliie
of oftliie > vtblsfact tact and would confer with me to toplaca tolace toplace
place lace this evidence before them To that thatPresident thatJI thatt
t JI President W ntClowry dowry of the Western Union Tele TelearaphCompany TeleaphCompany TalegrpbCompany ¬
araphCompany responds by stating the theHeal theal thet
t Heal al right of the company as a common commoncarrier commoner commonc2rler
carrier er totransmlt messages wl which eh are not notobViously notob notobviously
obViously ob o aJerlmlnal criminal without wltho t question and with withoukhealtation withoUbe withoheettetLon
oukhealtation oUbe ttatJon and says 111 that thatr f 1 will point out outpertain outc
t pertain c ta1 places which I will state to be pool poolroomshaving poolj
j roomshaving connection with the wires of ofthlf oftheir oftbsixcompany
their tbsixcompany company he will lU cut the wires wtreI
I 1 have neither the desire nor the time to toenter toenter toeflth
enter Into any unprofitable controversy controversywith controversywibMI controversywith
with wibMI Mr dowry on the legal questions In Involved Inoind inro1ved ¬
volved The original appeal to the con conscience conscience ¬
a science moral morl feeling and ethical sense of ofjustice ofJUlUC ofjutUo
justice of the responsible gentlemen con connectod connected coni
i nected with his company stands ua the main mainissue mainIMUe maintune
issue They can If they the wish divorce tho thoWestern tbeW8IItern
1 f Western Union Telegraph Company from fromiU troUlIta fromlte
iU connection with Ith the business of con conducting condlQUn8 coodut4a ¬
dut4a ducting poolrooms In New York YorkiMrClowry YorkMrClowry Yorki4
i4 MrClowry asks me for n list of poolrooms poolroomsWhen poolroonsWhen
When I know a place in the legal sense Is a aT airoom aroom
T lroom room and the evidence nt my command commandof commandC
I C of such a character as will convict con Ict the theoffenders theotrenders theoepc1ers
offenders In court of conducting con uctlll a poolroom poolroomI poolroornwilt
1 will U not need the services of o Mr dowry Clowr or orhis orhie orIdi
his company I must refuse to furnish Mr MriCfowry llrJitoJrl
E iCfowry CZorYw1 wHh a II list it t of places conducted nn nnpoolrooms liSPQQlrooms aspoolrooms
poolrooms In in n which wn ch his employees work and andwhich nndwhIch
1 which I have every oerYrooson reason short of exact and andconvincing IIndco andt
t co convlaclnglegal convincing nvlncJnilelr legal proof to know are poolrooms poolroomsIf poolroomslfl
Jf If lfl Leant enthlm him such a list today toda what guar guarantee IrunIUlteebavo guart ¬
t antee IUlteebavo have I that some employee of the com company coinpin Om Ompany ¬
pin pany loyal to the Interests of the patrons of ofhll ofhis
his racing department would not divulge divulgethe divulgethe divulgethe
the information In advance lI lInce of any 1111 action
The Instruments would be at once removed removedand removedand removedand
and the pUic < of business changed for these thesegentlemen thesecePtlomen
tr gentlemen are always I < lwl18 prepared for flight
If however he will send his trusted em employees t1nplOYees employees ¬
ployees to me with instruction inE < tructlon to benubject benubjectto
to my orders and with their own knowledge knowledgeofthe knowlediloottlle knowledgeof
ofthe of the location of the companys patrons patronsI patronspill
I will take pleasure In having them go from fromthese frolllthese from
1 these omces directly to the suspected placed placedunder plaCts1I1der placestinder
under the guidance of tho officers of the law lawand In InIUIdthus lawxid
and IUIdthus xid thus prevent rreent any an notice being given hi hii 111advanc
i advance of 0 their approach or an opportunity opportunityC
C by b quick removals to charge this department departmentwith departmtlitwltli departmentwith
with misinformation or lack II ck of honest inten Intentions Intentions
tions
That the thepublio nubile maY thoroughly and Intelli Intelligently IntolllIrently Intelligently ¬
gently understand the relations which the theea
Western ea tm Union Telegraph Company Compnn bears bearsc
c totbU Illegal business 1 will otatu tl < tu the facts factsAS fnctsAS acts actsas
AS briefly brlen as possible P0f3 lblt If I misstate IUls tatn them In Inanyparticular InAnypartlcular innparticular
anyparticular 1 will expect Mr dowry Clowr or ormeritto
Jt Mitchell the head of his racing depart departmentto departmcnto
meritto correct me at once oncThaYWestern onceTheWestern
1 ThaYWestern The Weatern Union Telegraph Company Companyright
has a contr contract with the Eastern Racing As Asnefatlon s
k nefatlon b bwhfch hlch the they nno have the exclusive fXCIURhertght
s right to nend Ren racing Information directly dlrtctl from fromThey fromtbetrack fromki
ki tbetrack tbetrackThey the track trackThey
They have today at the racetracks two tworesponsible tworeaPQnilible tworesponsible
responsible and well 011 known agents to carry carryon carryon carryon
on this business Both of their names are areknown areknown areknown
known to t me One gets Ilet the Information re recanting regirding ¬
o canting rdlnlt the starting of the horses and the theconditions theCOJIdttlons theconditions
conditions of the betting Bbfore bfore the rare raceirctarted rareJIrmlU
JIrmlU irctarted < this la i telegraphed by him and andhlssnbordlrmtss andlIb andrdfnates
hlssnbordlrmtss lIb rdlnRtej at once to the office of the them tImz
z Western tIrn m Union Un 1011 Telegraph TeltRT Ph Company at I1tot atmroa4vay
Broadway ot wily and fey De street where It IH re received refl reIvee ¬
ceived fl Ivee made In manifold and transmitted transmittedstonce trnllRmlUrclonoo transniitteclstoflee
stonce onoo by direct dlr < < > ct telegraph tell graph or through tel telphonefi telphOlll telphones
phonefi to the vurioun lIrlou poolrooms and eva s evatilcated n ¬
dicated leated bureaus of Information on the list listprthe dstPrthe istprthe
prthe company compan companWhen
When this re reas s Is received iln the pool poolnd poolroonitt I
rOQI11 roonitt It Ie r poated > osted for or the Informa Information flon 0 of Fool FoolrOQI11 the thepatronaand thepatron
patronaand patron and nd the betting is governed by It ac acrolna acoordlng acoodlngy
oordlng oodlngy y The apInt who attends to the theronlt therAetngpropr
rolna rAetngpropr proper shortly hortl > afterward telegraphs
thsatart tJJ t8rtIllicb which Is posted In the Minoway 111110 wa waIUIdJater way
ondtuter telegraphs the result which hlch takes
the lame course Upon receiving this thl newt nnwHj
thebets the bet are paid of tho place mispected suspected
to tobl b be poolrooms In Greater NewTorkby ewYork b tar farBtbe
S tblarlter number have telephones nstend
ot oftorae o Inllirunwnt inetrurnent4ntbe
Onthe Btbe reception of the HPWB at tho com ¬
pany1 PnY office on Broadway It 1 ill distributed
to t the poolrooms that nro known as wire
L rooms ° ttJvan1 and which have b n direct connection
withthe with the b syndicated exchange and through
telephones fromthe from the companys eornpan ofllt direct
t or aii Is lemore more often the case C t by b telephones telephonesi
i rromth fqmtbe exchanges themselves tho I1J1 ves vesThe
Th The Thee W Information bureaus or exchanges exchanaesreth oxchangesTetb4 exchanges71lbtTost
71lbtTost Tetb4 reth mo t Important factors In the altos altosCr ¬
tion They Cr are re of two kinds Trios which
do no po pool l business bU lnellll directly direct or r Indirectly Indirectlycompjnya Indir t1y
but Wfthb deal In the information received receivedrem
trQmthe rem the company on the compjnya own
teTlllo terms andthofie generally own oWTIPd > d and con controller controlltJ conlroUeJbyoperathrs ¬ I
troller trolltJ lroUeJbyoperathrs by opera operatolJ tow of cflrgepooIroomq Ipreo jlrlCO poolrooms which
sy transmit tra aJJlt the news from the central poolroom poolroomor
or building bulldin r through telephones to tbo lesser lesnercetablUhtnents leNitrIstabl1htneDtA lesserestablishments
establishments of the name kind kindEra kindFV1II1ln kindEvi
Era FV1II1ln tn these coniblnatlond of poolrooms poolroomsnnd poolroOl JI JIAna
r Ana andexebanges nnd exchanges the poolroom is i generally generallyxeparatcd generallyi
separated ted from the exchange oxchan room maybe
i byan hya by a waD or maybe on another floor of the thexeparatcd
building There Th > Jt are two or three th consplcu consplcuouiplacea conspleuoUlPlace conspicuoUspLscei
ouiplacea of this character In the t 0 city The
bitter bittq rivalry for the sale M of this t Is news for foroarnWlnjr forgajn
oarnWlnjr PmbllnlfPurp gajn IIngurposea purposes s has been so great that the
Western Union Company keeps on hand a aknowledge
fllfCll f mrceof of men of unusual IntelllllCnM and full
knowledge of everything concerning this
businessand known as a insp inspectors ctorx under the thesuperlntendeiic theIIU thesuperintendence
superintendence IIU lntendelJ of a clever elr mrloytf < w I how hownatoe ho hona hoserime
rime na la known to mo moP1 nitD
In D spite P1 of t tho vigilance Vl nanl < < of this corps 9f f fpoint
eltuths Ienth there are some conspicuous ouUI outlaw e er
eb chna In New e arJimo York orlc From tll tha corn pany any1l
point POtnt P0 ii of TlewtheMi 1e e these e men steal Its property
In the newt ne They do this In many cas cases s by byt byt
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1 rll rllJames
James McCreery McCrssryCo Co CoMuslin CoMuHn 1 1MUllin
Muslin Underwear Underwear3d
3d floor floorA FloorA C CA
A large Stock of French Lingerie at considerably considerablyreduced conslderablreduced conderablyreduced
reduced prices Including Gowns Chemises ChemisesDrawers ChemllesDrawerl ChemlseDrawer
Drawers Corset Covers Petticoats etc etcOriginal etcOriginal etcOriginal
Original models and copies of French Garments Garmentsmade Garmentllmade Garmentsmade
made on the thepremhe thepremheBeglnnlnl premises premisesBeginning premhesBeginning
Beginning on iJkay Ita lay the 10th 10thSale 10thSale 10thSale
Sale of One Onetbouan thousand dozen dOlengarmen garments garm nt s made mad made of offine offine offine
fine Nainsook or Cambric trimmed with em embroideries embrolderles embroIder1e
broideries and laces lacesGowns laceGown I IGownl
Gowns 75c 95c Sl2Stl60 Sl2Stl60Chemises 1125 160 160Cbemt 15095c
Chemises Cbemt es I 7Sc 7 e 95c 9 c S125 125 fjl75 fjl75Drawers 176 176Drawera 175Draweri
Drawers 50c 75c 7 e 95c 9 c 8125 8125Corset 126 126Corset 125 125Cor8et
Corset Covers Cover58c II 58c 8c7 75c e 95c 1125 1125Petticoats 1 125 125Fettlcoat 25 25Petticoats
Petticoats 75c 7 c 95c 9 c C125 125 S175 S175Sacques 117Sacques 175 175Sacques
Sacques SOc Oc 75c 95c 9 c fl25 fl25Twentythird 125 125Tentthlrd 125Twentythird
Twentythird Street Streetr streetY StreetYou
r OU cant buy the wrong things in the right place or right things in the tfrong tfrongplace ftongplace ong ongplace
Y You place except by accident accidentNothing accidentNothing accidentNothing
Nothing is too good either in material labor or design for us to employ it itand Itand Itand
and we are constantly on the watch for or any advantage advantageThe advantlgeTbe advantageThe
The natural result is that many of those who are most particular about summer summerclothes lIummerclotbes eummerclothes
clothes mixed suits negligee shirts lightweight underwear tan shoe a and soft softouting Ionouting softouting
outing hats 1aa find nd here the superiority of style and nd fit that Is quite generally generallyconceded gceraflyconceded cberallyconceded
conceded to us by those who REALLY know what these muchabused muchabusedterms muchabueedterms muchabusedterms
terms mean Suits 15JO 15JOSMITH 1530iMITH l530SMITH
SMITH GRAY CO COA
Broadway flroadw flroadwffftr44h at ataut
ag aguIIoD
aut s N Y YKuJton
ffftr44h k KuJton St litA t tA al alKlatbush
Klatbush HtbUth4tV HtbUth4tVright Avc AvcBroadway
A little Btile in Inthe the theright Broadway yAv at atBedford i iright
right place n Bedford II rook dk t Ave AveII rn
getting the Information from other cities citiescompanies clUewhere ciUeswhere
where It Is lllaced upon the wires Wlrl of rlva rlvacompnnles rival rivalcompanies
companies transmitted < > d back to New oewYork oewYorkand York Yorkand Yorkand
and there distributed by the Information Informationbureaus Informationbureaus informationbureaus
bureaus or news agencies as they are some sometimes sometimet sometimes ¬
times called to their customers throughout throughoutthe tbrollihIJutthe
the city clt It Is a matter of no treat Interest InterestWestern Intere interestto < et ettn
tn me but this condition of affairs leave the theWestern theVestern
Western Union Company lamely dependent dependentupon dependentupon dependentupon
upon the loyalty and Integrity of its tt em employees employacs ¬
ployees If they tbt lire unfaithful Intfgrltr leaks must mustoccur mustoccur mustoccur
occur and Its returns be diminished by con conspiracies consplracils conapiractes ¬
spiracies mini the Ingenious methods of those thosewhom tho thosewhom so sowhom
whom it employs and who know IU lt secret secretThe liecrctsfhe secretsThe
The policy of the thecompany company at present ap ap apr appears ¬
pears r > eors to be to deal as much us possible with withdistributing withdlstributllllr withdistributing
distributing exchanges exchan ts conducted by syn syndicates syndlcate ayndicate ¬
dicates and to supplant the Morse Instru Instrument InstrlllIIent instrubout ¬
bout with the telephone and to rely upon the theability theability theability
ability of Its corps of detectives wlremen wlremenand wlremenand Wiremenand
and tele teleThe telegraphers corcs to 0 prevent leaks leaksThe leaksThe
The efforts of these men are under the thedirection thedirection thedirection
direction of two prominent employees or the thecompany theClmpany thecompany
company and they tbe carry arr with them letters lettersof lett rs rsof
of introduction to what are known ns wire wirerooms wlreroomns
rooms or rooms having telegraph con connection oonnlCtlan connection ¬
nection where they the are admitted and may mayscrutinize mayscrutinize mayscrutinizetliepremisesand
scrutinize scrutinizetliepremisesand the premises and overlook k all trans transactions tranlactions trimsactions ¬
actions to see that no one oDeoutaide ouUlde Is furnished furnishedwith furnishedwith furnishedwith
with the racing news The standing notice noticeto ngtlce ngtlceto apticeto
to all wire rooms roomsls is that should they be fund fftundsupplying fundlIupplYln foundsupplying
supplying Information their wire will be becut becut becut
cut Immediately One big operator warn waadriven 118driven warndriven
driven out of business by this threat threatSome threatSome threatSome
Some of these branch offices payso Piy 110 much muchto muchto muchto
to tho company for each telephone or pay paylump a alump alump
lump sum for the bunch In the case of ofthe ofthn ofthe
the wire rooms the telegraph operator a aselected alIelected aselected
selected employee of the company collects collectsthe coUectsthe collectsthe
the toll of the company every night and also alsohis al80hI alsohis
his hI own wanes 110 The toll Is generally 125 125a 15 15a
a day to the company and 110 10 for the theoperator theoperator
operator operatorIn o rator
In the th morning he goes oes to the Western WesternUnion WesternUnion SestmrflUnion
Union Telegraph building on Broadway roadwlL in incompany incompany
company with IIl i others and hands In this thismoney thismoney
money which Is cheeked chMk d off against his name nameand nameand nameand
and then starts off for the days business businesskeeping businessIceeplnll businesskeeping
keeping the 110 11 10 for himself himselfthe himselfThe himselfThe
The responsible men who have charlie of ofthe oftIme
the racing department of the Western Union UnionTelellTllpb UnionTelegraph u uTelearaph
Telegraph Company havea have a better oppor opportunity opportunlty opportUnltT ¬
tunity to learn and actually actuaUmO know more about aboutpoolroom aboutpoolroom aboutioolroom
poolroom men and the poolroom business buslnepthan buslntllstban businessthat
than any nn other people p ple In New ew York They Theywere Theywere fhe I Iwere
were evidently caught off o their guard > In InMr InIr inMr
Mr Ir Ooddards God ards cane and I do not flutter my myarrangement 111 111lItf myehf
lItf ehf that they Could be trapped on II similar slmllJlrIIrrtlnlCern similarmirrangernent
arrangement IIrrtlnlCern nt again againIn agaillIn aguiziIn
In the case of the telephone service the thepoolroom thepoolroom thepoolroonm
poolroom man pays each niornlnc morn III I In advance advanceHo advanceHe
He has to have un operator froiiithecompany froiiithecompanyor from thecompan thecompanor the company companyor
or his own man must make himself blm etr known knownat knownat
at headquarters In the case of the tell telephones tellPhonts totephones ¬
phones each day a password Is given out outWhen outWhen outWhen
When the h8 man In the poolroom calls up the thocentral tl10central thecentral
central office ho gives the potuiword and andreceives andretht8 andreceives
receives another in return In case of a araid aruld araid
raid where here tho police seize the operator and andnttempt andnttempt andattempt
nttempt to talk through the telephone < < > they theynre the thenro theyare
are liable to be thwarted If the operator ut utheadquarters athndquA1crll mitheiidqiiarrs
headquarters recognizes a change hi thevoice the thevoice >
voice and1 nnddemand demands the password If It Is Isnot fs1I0t Isnot
not elven the wire is cut off o and no evidence evidenceWhen evidenceis O
18 obtained ohlalnedWhpn obtainedWhen
When application Is made for a direct directwire directwire directwire
wire for or a wire room a reliable employee employeeknown emploeeknown employeeknown
known among poolroom men by b a tamlller tamlllername tamlllarlIame lamiliarllama
name Is sent out He Is nn able strategist efrategliitexceedingly strategistnxceedlngly tr telllJt1 telllJt1f1xceedlnllly
exceedingly clever and a perfect artist at athis a ahis ahis
his work No matter what tbe difficulties difficultiesare
are he will pet in a wire and ono that will willnot willnot Ill Illnot
not be readily read 11 detected He Is well paid by byboth hybotb byboth
both the company and an tho poolroom people peopleHe peoplelie peoplelie
lie knows every eveT wire In New e York that reaches reach s
to the companys cornpan s office So fur as I am aware awareno alIrtflO awarelb
no lb onl on > knows kn ws his full name nameIn nnDleIn nameIn
In one wire wi room which la I a perfect fortress fortresspnd fortre fortrerood fortreend
rood nd where the scrutiny for admission is of the thestrictest theI thestrictest
strictest character the Morse instrument Is Iskept Iskcpt iskept
I kept in a garret and thu betting odds de details details details
tails and result of the race are put on a board boardvlitch boardlilch boardcblch
vlitch lilch goes down through a till s1l in the ceiling cellingugulnst cell ceilingagulast in II II1lQ
ugulnst 1lQ > lnst the wall a1l and after Is has served It Ituse Ituse ituse
use It t Is hauled back again Into Its place no noone noone noone
one In 11 the other rooms by any possibility possibilityknowlc possibilityknowlc possibilityknowin
knowlc who are the operators In the garret garretabove garretnboC garretabove
above The > he operator there as In other CHB CHBIs eases easesIs RMSIs
Is an employee of the Western Union Tele Telegraph Tel TellrIaph Telegraph ¬
graph Company CompanyWhat ComJllIIWhat Compinyhat
What hat arrangements arran l11enta exist between the tele telephone telef telephone ¬
phone hone company and the telegraph company companyI companam
I f am free to say J do not know If you want wantto wantto wantto
to get n telephone service from the Western WesternUnion W WesternUnion m mUnion
Union Company yot have to go first to thij the tblltelepbone thetelephone
telephone company iind secure their general generalservice IICnerallIefICfJ generalservice
service The poolroom men always I < Iay request requestthat requetltthat requestlist
that their names and business address be betiot belOt benot
lOt put In tile book This request seems rna to toIM tobo toho
bo IM understood for the telephone company companythen compautbell conpanythou
then demands three months rental in ad advance adance advance ¬
vance ance collecting < 11875 11875Tho 1875The
Tho Western Union charges 110 10 to 112 112the t3 t3day 12day
day for the service III certain dlstrlct dlstrlcttbe dlstrictthe
the telephones central ofilce Is an Imporun Imporunfactor Importanfactor lmportanfactor
factor nnd has to be kept in what the pool poolroom poolroom poolroom ¬
room men call o sweet condition Whether Whetherthe Whethtrtho Whetherthe
the telephone messages over a certain num number numbtr numher ¬
her are paid for in n 1 bunch or separately separatelyIs IIlIarstelIs
Is not material to the question In hand handTho handThn handThe
The place to cut the telegraph wire Ire that thatsupplies thatIIUPlIlics thatsupplies
supplies the poolrooms of New ew York Is at
105 10 Broadway in the racing department of ofthe ofthn ofthe
the Western Union Telegraph Building BuildingTime ulldlnllThe
The companys COIIIP < I1S policy at present looks Rp Rppllrenth appiiremitly p ppiircntly
piircntly to transferring this department departmentover depnrtmlntoor
over to a sporting syndicate to possibly possiblyrelieve pOl possiblyrelieve < lllb lllbrflInc
relieve tender consciences conH < INICl8 end nd the obvious obviousInconsistencies obviousIn obviousinconsistencies
Inconsistencies In < on llItfnclt1 of otherwise good men menWill menWill menWill
Will this thl do BO As 15 I am only on concerned <
In the dally dnll details of carrying on the police policework pollet1work policework
work of this thl great city cll that Is I a question I Ido
do do not feel called upon to answer It the
Western Union company Is not willing to togive torhe togive
give the Police Department Its confidence
it cannot expect In return that I will 11 place the theWo theprOplr theproper
proper Bl segrete Tets and Information of tIme police poUcent
nt th the dll dIsposal Oll3l of its racing department
We will continue to do our work In our own
way WA for the suppression of the vice of pool
selling I fear without the aid or sympathy sympathyCapt sTmpathof
of the Western estlrn Union Telegraph Company CompanCapt CompanyCapt
Capt Norton Goddard also gave R vo out a astatement astatement astatement
statementPoliceman statementPoliceman statement statementPoliceman
Policeman Mellon Released Re1 on onPoliceman Ball BallPoliceman BallpoUceman
Policeman Arthur Mallon of the West WestSixtyeighth WestSlxtyeighQm WNitSixtyeighth
Sixtyeighth street station who Wb shot hot Robert RobertBrennan RobertBrennan RobertBrennan
Brennan In front of 23 Bowery on Sunday Sundaymorning Bundaymomlnr Sundaymorning
morning was arraigned yesterday In the
Escex Market police court courtMagistrate courtlIIa courtMagistrate
Magistrate lIIa lstrate Mayo who Bat for only half halfa haIiIt
a day in the court said that I he had received receivedInformation receivedInfonnatlon receivedInformation
Information that Brennan was in no Im Immediate 1mmediate immediate ¬
mediate danger of death deatband and held Mallon MallonIn
In 11000 bail to await the result of Bren Brennan Brennan Beaunans
nan nans Injuries Martin Engel furnished tb tblall tbI the thehail
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llamsburgs Little Italy is sorry BOrr now thf t the tho
he ever fell In love He has had an awaken awakening awakenIng awakenlag ¬
ing Tho awakening awakonl g came when he dis ¬
covered what he thinks was a plot laid by
the relatives of the fair Giuseppa Rototoof Rototo Rototoof toto totoof
of 930 Flushing avenue Brooklyn to kill killhim killhim kill1dm
him just because on account of the Illness Illnessof
of his sister he has asked I18kedOlu6Eppa Giuseppa to walt walta
a little longer before they got married marriedThe marrjedThe marijedThe
The plot was explained In all ita details detailsto
to Magistrate OReilly OReIU in the Ewen street streetpolice itreetpolice streetpolice
police court yesterday morning after RUBSO RUBSOhad RU8ohad Russohad
had put his hi enemies to rout and captured capturedtheir capturedtheir capturedtheir
their guns They were exhibited to the theMagistrate theMagistrate theMagistrate
Magistrate as II proof of what Rusaos end endwould endWould endwould
would have been had he not discovered discoveredthe dlac Tered Teredthe
the plot and informed the police The guns gunswere gunswore gunswore
wore horse pistols of Italian make and of ofa ofa ofa
a time anterior nnterioreven even to Oaribaldian daysThere daysThero days daysThere
There were also two sabree which may mayor mayormay or ormay ormay
may not have belonged to Garibaldis Garibaldisarmy Garibaldisann Garlbeldlsarmy
army ann but which certainly hadnt seen ser service eer eerIce seevice ¬
vice Ice since that time Russois sure the rela relatives relatlVC6 eelstlves ¬
tives of thc fair Giuseppa would have killed killedhim killedhlmwlth killedhim
him hlmwlth with the guns and sabres had he fallen fallenvictim faUenvictim fallenrictim
victim to their wiles wilesRusso wilesRusso wilesRusso
Russo and Giuseppa who is only on1r17 17 years yearsold yearsold yearsold
old had been engaged ever since they theylhed theylhedIn lived livedin
in Calabria Calabrlawhence whence they came a year ago agoShe aiOShc agoShe
She hou hasdark dark hair and lustrous eyes and Is Ispopular IIIpopularBut Ispopular
popular popularBut But as Russo UIl8O himself hlm etf said she shehad shehad shehad
had been true to him and would have made madea
a good wife wlrelrlt if it hadnt hadntbeen been for her brothers brothersinlaw brothersInlaw brothersinlaw
inlaw She has four of them They be believed be1I0ved belioved ¬
lieved Russo was trifling with the affections affectionsof < < octlone octloneof
of Giuseppa Wasnt be making money moneyenough moneyenough moneyenough
enough long ago to marry marr Giueppa and andgive aridgle aidgive
give her the home he bad pictured back in inthe Inthe Inthe
the days in Calabria when they had plighted pllghtedtheir plightedtheir llibtedtheir
their troth and the relatives of both bad badrejoiced badreJoiced badrejoIced
rejoiced Hadnt Pleiro and Giaoomo and andAntonio andAntonio andAntonio
Antonio fulfilled their promises on half as asmuch umuch asmuch
much as 111 Little Italy knew that tb t Russo was wasmaktngfrom 1111maltlngfrom wasinaklngfrom
maktngfrom the tbefnilt thofrilitatojebe fruit Rtbre orebe he had hadstarted started
To all allihill this RUBSO had had4n8we hadnswerdthathe answered that thathe ihe had hadan badan hadan
an Invalid sister and andtheremu andthere there must t bo enough
both for the wife and her before the banns bannscould bannecould bannscould
could be proclaimed proclaimedTho
Tho husbands of Oluaeppas sisters shook
their heads and muttered Finally Finan RUBSO RUBSOMjttheday Ruuoset Russosettheday
Mjttheday set the day It Itwasaweelraco waa a week ago last IastBunda Sunday
GhiMpna OIW1 PPAprepared prepared her trousseau even to
the great high bed and It its fltttnn tlttlrip with withwhlelrevery withwhlchevery withwhioflevery
whlelrevery Italian bride to 11 expected e ted to
furnish the now home But then Ruaae Ruaaecame Ruaeocame RussoCaine
came around with new n The news was Wa
that Marghorita the alstw alst < < was WorM and
had been taken to Bt Johns Hospital and
that tho th wedding couldnt take place till tillshe tll1ehe tillshe
she was better Then the husbands of ofuluseppa
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suits can possibly be made at atthese atthese atthese
these prices They have a style styleand styleand styleand
and distinction distinctionthat that is rare in inready inr inready
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were not ot forgotten so lightly lightlyby by 7 others othersOn othelllOn othersOnbs4trday
On Onbs4trday pafyrday yrday ICUBSO founa a letter tucked tuckedunde tuckedunder tuckedunder
unde undestretv under te IS door of ofthe the store at I Monteith MonteithItr
stretv stretvsaid Itr f It readlOmethlni read somethIng like this Ruaso Ruasoea1d RussoUnese
said saidUnless Unless you YQ youjr are In the lot back of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church on Flushing FI 1IiI avenue at 2 oclock oclockMonday oc1ookMOndamomln oclockMonday
MOndamomln Monday morning maornlngLprepared cpre prepared paJd to fight a a duel duelwith duelwlbua duelwith
with wlbua us youralsMr your will need a a brother brothermore brothermore brothermore
more than Qluseppa Oluitep QliaepplwflI will need s husband ahUtlbandThe1 husbandTheletter usa usaTholetter
Theletter The1 tter was aLunaIgnOd unsigned unil < < ncid but Rus RuseokneW RuseokneWwbenoeIeoame Russo o lax laxplaoeappouitedbut knew knewwhenoeltoazne
wbenoeIeoame Jle e decaaed decided to go to the thel theplaoeapoLnted
plaoeappouitedbut plaoeapoLnted l Oe LpP lnted but first he hetoJd told the police policeof lJlIceof p1iceof
of th the Hamburg avenue station tatloj They Theywereto Tbeywereto Theywere
wereto were tQ have been therepromptly there promptly at 2 2oclock 2oolookj 2oolock
oclock but they werent W rent Russo was wasHe wasHe 11118 11118He
He wa WItS unarmed unJ1nedior or at least he told the thewaited them themgiatrste
m mgiatrste 1stllte 110 so behind eblnda a blllb bihhbpard ard ho hewaited I IwariedlntUhe
waited wariedlntUhe untilhe sawfour saw four dark forma steal stealswords BleDIInto stealInto
Into the lot and heard the clanking of their theirawords theirswords
swords and the e olloks of triggers Then ThenRUBBO ThennU880tookt ThenIusso
RUBBO nU880tookt took U tqhla > hla heels h l8 He ran Into the thearms thearms thearmeOfPoliemnDonneUy
arms armeOfPoliemnDonneUy of fPolfC Policeman manDonneUyof Donnelly of the Ham Hamburg Hamburg Ramburg ¬
burg avenue elation who hohad had been sent sentto sentto entro
to SeeTrhat Iloo deewbatthevewas hat there was In it itTogether ItTOiether itTogether
Together they went ent bock to the duelling duellingground dueUlngaround duellingground
ground just In time to catch a sight of four fourmen fourInon fourmen
men taking to their heels at the other side sideof sideof lIdooC
of the thoot ot Behind a billboard they found foundthe Coundthe foundthe
the two pistols and at nil the two swords The Theplstota Thepistols Thepistols
pistols Were unloaded When Kusso told toldhis toldhi toldhis
his hi story of the threats and exhibited tho thoweapons thoweapone theweapons
weapons Magistrate MqlstrateORollly OJlelllr Issued I ued sum sumrrionses summonsell mummonsee
rrionses for Antonio D Oullotta Giuseppe OiuseppeOullotta GiuseppeGullott GiuseppeOullotta
Oullotta Bartolo OlMri the 1e three brothers brothersbe brotb brothersinlaw r rInlaw
Inlaw and FeUci Rototo Glu Gluseppas Gluseppasbrother eppalI eppalIbrother
brother to answer whYthe7 why they Mouletnt Mouletntbe
be punished for attempt attemptwill attempted assault They Theywill
will 111 be In court today todaySTOLK rodaySTOU todaySTOIK
STOLK TO MAKE A FROXT FROXTAt FRO FROAe
At One of the Ufffrrfcranr Com Committee ml tt re t tKotrrtaln tFatert tEelertin
Kotrrtaln Fatert 1n Wince Henry HenryAn Henr HenrAn HenryAn
An echo of the visit of Prince Prin Henry Henrythe Henrytho Henrythe
the Kaisers Kal er a brother was beard In Judge JudgeMcMahons JudgeMcMahons JudgeMcMahona
McMahons Court of General BonslqM fk > MIQt11 yes yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
terday whim wl lD Bertram Nagelschraltt iho ihowas ho howas howas
was one of a IJ Lle lfrkranzcoPUUlttee drkranz commit toe to toentertain toentertain toentertain
entertain t tle e visitor pleaded guilty to an anIndictment anIndlotment anindlotment
Indlotment for forgery involving about aboutSOfXh
14000 SOfXh The H UBermanLumber Herman Lumber Company Companyof Com y yof
of which hex he h was cashier declared that thatIt tb thatIt t tI
It I t bad lost 118000 through his hi operations OpentlOl1llHIs
HIs lawyer said thatNagelaohmltt found
himself In the company of oCmucll much richer richermen richermen richermen
men on the committee and began Ian to steal stealwill stealindto tealand
and indto to tTy to o cover it up ti 197 3l 31terng ri the theboOka
bOo1csln boOka In order to h bolduphls 1dUP hi end ndH He Hewill
will to be sentenced eenlellCedtom tomorrow J
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Are the Invention of the Old Hey UoyMagistrate Do Do1I1agistralo HeyMagistrate
Magistrate Cornell said In the Jefferson JeffersonMarket JellersonMarket JeffersonMarket
Market police court yesterday y < that big bigFrench bigFrench bigFrench
French automobiles wero the Invention of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Old Boy After fining two men one oneof onooC oneof
of whom pleaded guilty for violating the thepeed the8peed thespeed
peed law in Fifth avenue > the Magistrate Magistratehad
bad Frederick L La Roche of 28 West WeetTwentyfifth Wt8tTwentyfirth WestTwentyfifth
Twentyfifth street president of the La LaEocho LaRocho LaRoche
Eocho Automobile Company brought bo bofore boforo before
fore him himBicycle himBloycle himBicycle
Bicycle Policeman Debea Deb < > told the Magis Magistrate Magistrate Magistrate ¬
trate that La Recite had exceeded the thespeed thespeed thespeed
speed limit between Thirtyfourth Thirt rollrth street streetand streetand trretand
and Thirtyeighth street in Fifth avenue avenueLa avenueLa avenueLa
La Roche naid t < IIld that ho had not been in inFifth InFirth inFifth
Fifth avenue but in Park avenue avenuoDebrtt aenUBDebM avenueDebes
Debrtt declared La Rochon automobile automobilewas
was blue while its owner own maintained that thathe thathe thathe
he drove a gray machine machineI machineknow
I know knowthla thin young man said saldthe the Magis Magistrate Ma Idagmtrate is istrate ¬
trate Indicating Debes De1 > ea and I know that thathe I list listhe
he is telling the truth They all go too toofast toofut toofast
fast I just had an honest gentleman gentlemanand gentl gentlemanbefore < < > man manbefore
before me who ackn01led acknowledged his fault faultand
and paid his hl fine Ho admitted to me methat methat atethat
that they all go too fast These big French Frenchmachines Frenchmachines
machines can hardly go as low aJI eight eightmiles eightmllee eightmiles
miles an hour hourThey hourThey hourThey
They are the inventions Inv ntlons of the Old Boy
I i tell t 1l that to my friends tOO tboLa tooLa
La Roche was paroled in the custody raintodyof llltOO
of hia counsel COun el for Colurtbtr further examination
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The CHICHERING CHICHERINGQUARTER CHICfiERINGQUARTER CllICI1EKINGQUARTER
QUARTER GRANDObtainable GRAND GRANDObtainable GPANDObtainable
Obtainable on the Easiest Terms TermsDuring TermsDuring TermsDuring
During This Special Movement MovementA
A week ago we announced that we wanted to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure a hundred additional additionalhomes homes as quickly as aspossible aspossible aspossible
possible as object lessons on the availability and anddesirability anddesirability anddesirability
desirability of the Chickering Quarter Grand for the theaverage theaverage theaverage
average American home We VV e found many people peopleenthusiastic peop peopleenthusiastic e eenthusiastic
enthusiastic about the matter who were anxious anxiousto
to be convinced that their moderate sized parlor parloror
or library would accommodate a Chickering Czck rlng Quarter QuarterGrand QuartdGrand QuaciiGrand
Grand GrandEvery GrandEvery GrandEvery
Every musician with anyambition any ambition at all is as anxious to tohave tohave tohave
have a a grand piano as the enthusiastic automobilist is is to tohave to tohave tohave
have a forty horsepower machine There is a fullness richness richnessand ric1me88and richnessand
and power to the Quarter Grind piano that is unequaled by th thfinest the thefinest thefinest
finest upright piano ever made It satisfies and delights the theartistic tbeartistic theartistic
artistic player as well as the critical hearer hearerNow hearerNow hearerNow
Now we assume all responsibility about the Chicktrtng C tfc tflJJtvitr tflJJtvitrGrand Quarter QptrierGrand QuarterGrand
Grand taking takin up too much room in your home and we ve will willbring willbrin willbring
bring brin it back again if we find that it is too large for the space spaceavailable spaceavailable spaceavailable
available In addition additionfor for a limited time timewe we offer special specialterms specialtelms specialterms
terms of the easiest possible sort to purchasers of the CFncker CFnckertng o CickerMg cftt cfttmg
mg Quarter Qu rttt Grand Gr nd on the assumption that your friends who see eeehow seehow seehow
how little space 8pa it requires together with its extraordinary extraordinaryartistic extraordinaryartistic extraordinaryartistic
artistic qualities will be satisfied with no other instrument instrumentwhen instrumentwhen instrumentwhen
when they are ready to buy a new piano themselves themselvesWe
We will also make an exceptionally favorable allowance on onthe onthe onthe
the piano you may now have in exchange for a aQ Chickering ChickeringQuarter CrfccmflgQuarttt
Quarter Q uarler Grand GrandCome GrandCome GrandCome
Come in and see and hear this thi superb instrument and let letus letus letus
us explain the special terms to you But if you cannot com conwto comto comato
to us write for or further information about this most desirable desirableOpportunity desirableopportunity desirableopportunity
Opportunity Piano Store StOl Fifth flbor flborXA tl SoorA or orA
XA A Sale of ofSHOES ofSIIOLS ofMIOL3
SHOES for MEN MENA
A short Sale this ia 8 likely to be but a lively one We have harejust havejust havejust
just receiyed about four hundred pairs of sample shoes for men menfrom men menfrom menfrom
from a factory noted for its smart style for well dressed dre sed men menThere menThere menThere
There are both high and low shoes in the collection in all the thestylish thestylish thestylish
stylish leathers and in the shapes now most in demand at atfull atfull atfull
full prices The regular prices range from f 350 to 7 Today Todaythey Todaythey Todaythey
they are in two groups groupsAt groupsAt groupsAt
At 240 and 285 a Pair PairBut PairBut
But being samples they th yare are only in sizes 6J 6 7 and 7 in inBand A AB AB
B Band and C widths But itsrare Its rare good luck for right sized feet feetOf feetOf feetof
Of additional interest today todayaro are these two groups
Mens Oxford Shoes 220 220Of
Of black kidskln tan Russia leather leathervelour Jeatherelour leathervelour
velour calfskin and patent coltekin coltekinsoles oolt6klnsoles coltsicinsoles
soles are welted and stitched loste are arenew arenew arenew
new and stylish and slzerango Is com complote c cornplots m mplete
plots Fourth avenue
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Formerly Fm A T Stewart rt Co Broadway 4th ave oth and loth at
TO T SAVK S MRS UR POWELL POWELLNew POI POINe EL ELNew
New Ne Trial to lie Asked Iked For Became ef ra raJuror f a aJurors aJurors
Jurors Statements StatementsDOVER StatemmtlDoVER StatementDovEs
DOVER Del May8 May DAt Attheopeningof the openlngof the theKent lheKent theKent
Kent county Oyer and Terminer Court this thisvlctcd thismomlnp thismorning
morning Henr Henry Ridgely Jr senior coon OOtInllel coonso
llel so for Mr Mrs Mary A Powell who was con convicted I Ivlcted
vlctcd on Saturday of murder in the second seconderadopted seconddegree I
delUOOforkl1l1ng degree forkilllng her adopted daughter Es Esmotion Elltel1e Estelle
tel1e Albin filed a motion for a new trial trialcoupled trialcoupled trialcoupled
coupled with a amotionfnran mot motion Ion for foran an arrest of judg judgment Judg11Ie1lt judgmont ¬
mont The Court announced that the mo motion motlcn metlops ¬
tion would b 00 entered upon the record recordand rooordIlnd recordzmcI
and that four days would be allowed the thedefence thedlCfnce thedefence
defence in which to fllo fib reasons in support supportof
of the motion for retrial rotrlaJSlntenoe retrialSentence retrialSentence
Sentence of Mrs Powell was suspended suspendeduntil sUlpendeduntil suspendeduntil
until the determination of the motion for a anew anew anew
new trial trialCounsel trialCcun trialCounsel
Counsel Ccun el for Mrs 1rs Powell while not die disclosing dl dlalo dieoloelng ¬
closing alo lng the purport of their reasons reaN > ne for fornew a anew anew
new trial have bin Intimated that tM one of the thagrounds Ihegro thegrounds
grounds gro nds advanced adan will bp tl tho t he acceptance acceptanceas acceptnIl
Il as a juror of William T Case drawn CM 111 a atalesman 1 1talesman atalesman
talesman who has admitted that t hat he was wasIn wasIn WIlliIn
In favor of the acquittal a of Mrs Powell Powellmurder PoWt1I1 PoWt1I1althouch Powellalthough
although he voted Vot for Mr conviction Of Ofmllrder oi oimurder
murder In the second degree
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proceedings for Francesco Ftnclulli band bandmaster bandmuter bandmaster ¬
master of the SeventyBrat Regiment br brJustice brJustice byJustice
Justice McCarthy of the City Court on onthn 011the ciithe
the application of Theodore Prince attorne attornefor attomefor attornefor
for William Pettlbonp who obtained H Hjudgment IIudgment ajudgment
judgment udgment against Fanciulll for 180 Mr
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