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I ni DTO DToOkliaNw ¼ > UlynNew Tenderloin Czan Czznt CzanPolice Czanpoll
t Police poll o Commissioner Comml ioner MoAdoos MaA Io doos o long longthreatened l 1on 1onthre ng ngtbre
threatened tbre ten dp dpofl police U e shakeup came yesterday yesterdayIt
It was ucml only a flash ft h in the pan In comparison comparisonwith comparisOnwith comparisowfth
with what was wil8expeotod wfte expected but it Is believed believedto bellovedtoti6only beflovetotj
to toti6only totj Be only onlyth theforerunner thotorerunnerot forOrunnerotwhatwfllhap forOrunnerotwhatwfllhappen of what will wllihap wllihapPen hap happen ¬
pen Pen when theCbmmtsaloner the Commta1oner gets back bockfrom bockfromhistWo from fromhlsiwo fronhI
hlsiwo hI weeks weeksvaoation weeksvaoationYet vacation vacationYesterdays vaoatioiiYeterday
Yesterdays Yet rdAelhakeup shakeup embraced em raced seven seventeen lleveni ¬
I i teen police captains It did not touch the thopatrolmen thepat thi thipm1men
patrolmen pat lmen or or officers outside tho rank of ofcaptain oti 0
the captains trans transferred transfened transJ ¬
1 i captain cap a Those ° are ar
ferred ferredJoseph
fenedth Joseph J aeph th Burns from Church street to Ea Eat EatIe Eat22thetreet t tITJthstreet
Ie ITJthstreetJonnJJl ITJthstreet netbstreetJobEt 22thetreetJobtJ
JonnJJl JobEt JobtJ JJMcNaU McNallri from CromEaat East 12lth th street streetto 5troelt treetto
to t o Church huih IItreflt IItrefltr BtreetJoin tre t tJohn
r John lobnaly Dalr from Union Market to West WestTwentieth WestIenHeth WeerwenIeth
Twentieth street streetMartin street1rt1n
Martin Handy Jandyfrom from West W st Twentieth street streetto atreetto etreeI
1
I to Union Market MarketMichael MarketlchafrE 1arketMichael
Michael lchafrE E Foodyfrora Wakefleld to Alex Alexander Alnander Maxsnderkvenue
snderkvenue ander avenue beat Itpoat poet In The Bronx BronxJ6kepn BronsJo BronxJoleph
J6kepn Jo phcaohOlan aOehegan from Alexander avenue avenueto aTenUIII avenuto
to Wakefleld W WikefteldJtffreon WakefleldJefferson kefteld kefteldJeftr
< Jefferson Jeftr on Deevy eo from Central Omce to toBronx t tI toDrons
I I Bronx Park ParkCharles p4rkCharles parkCharles
Charles D Kemp from West Sixtyeighth SixtyeighthI
1 i I IIIriet street to Fourth street Long Lon Island City CityJunes Cit CitJamta Cityr
r Junes E Dillon fromOrand from Orand Central Station Stationto Stattor
r to West W at eixtreiffhth street streetJohn atreetJohn
1 John Cooney from long Iiland City Clt to toGrand toJ tcGrand
J t Grand Central Station StationMichael Stationf StattonMchaeZ
f Michael Devaney ovaneyfrom from Butler street streetBrooklyn streeti streetDr
i c Dro Dr Brooklyn OkIyfl1 > klyn to Washington street Brooklyn BrooklynJohn BrooklynJohn BrookirnJohn
< John J 1 Murtha Murthatrom from Bridge to Btchards Btchardsavenue fltchardJavenue lchardaH
H avenue Brooklyn BrooklynDennis Brooklynt BrooklynDennis
t 1 Dennis D nnll DrMcoll from Bedford avenue avenueBrookm aTenusBrooklyn syonueBrook1yn
Brooklyn to Butler street Brooklyn BrooklynPatrick Brooklynr J3rooklynPatrick
r J Patrick J Harklns from Adams meet etreetBrooklyn meetBrooklyn streetBrooklyn
Brooklyn to Bedford avenuo Brooklyn BrooklynPatrick BrooklynPatrick BrooklynPatrIci
Patrick Murphy from rein Blohards avenueBro avenue avenueBrooklyn avonuero
Brooklyn Bro ro kljn to Adams street Brooklyn BrooklynJames BrooklynJames BrooklynJames
James E EBueaeyti HusseyfroniWest Uussertrom mW04t Wost Thlrtvsev Tblrtvaoventh Tblrtvaoventhtreetto Thirtyseventhi nth nthstreet
i street treetto to WeitFortyeeventh WeatForty event street streetCornelius atreetI
Cornelius G Hayes from West yost Forty Fortyteventh FortJi Fortyseventh
I I
i seventh aeenthltreetto street to West Thirtyseventh street streetuiooo atreett
t 1 uiooo 11 Doo BXFlAiNB BXFlAiNBCommissioner axPLAINsCommiaioner
1 Commissioner Commfs ioner McAdoo remained at Police PoliceHeadquarters PollceI PoliceHeadquarters
I Headquarters late on Friday night an anranglng 110nuiaiPg anranging
ranging for the transfers He loft them themfor themt thenfor
t for forWee hissecretary reUiry William Howell to giveout give giveout ginoutyest
out outyest yesterday rday He also left this type typewritten typewritten typewritten ¬
written statement statementThis statementT
t This T abdnno IsIn ta In no sense a general shakeup It Itis Itis Itis
is is merely the making of some eo me changes that I Iam Iin Iam
am in conytnoed OoDvhioedare are are necessary neces8IIory for the greater greaterofflclenoy greaterelUctenoy eater eateronlclen
offlclenoy onlclen y of the force and which I concluded concludedought con conqiudedoij uded udedi
i ought oij ht to be I > e made now nowI nowIobae
t I Iobae have given Capts Huasey 1S8eJ Burn and andDillon andi andDiLlon
i Dillon three very efT Important Import t precincts and andI
I will wlUhold hold them responsible for good results resultsI
I consider the Twentysecond Twenty econd one of tbo tbomost tbomoat thezuos
most zuos Important preoln precincts taln In the city and In InBorne InBome Insomeware
Borne someware wars uulto < lUlt as much so as the Nineteenth NineteenthThe N Ntneteenthlhe Ineteent Ineteentjbo
The captain in that preclnot must be nrm nrmcourageous tlrmOuraKooua tirincoUrageous
courageous < < and Impartial and of course coursejudgment caurael cauraeltborouKblv coursethoroughly
thoroughly uprIght and poese possessed sed or If good goodJudgment 0011 0011r
judgment I shuUtexpect good work from IromCapi fromCaps tromCapt
r Caps HusBoy and It l will be Tils his fault and not notmine notmille notrntiie
mine if good resuts reButaarenot are aronot not obtained Capt CaptDillon Capt1I1110n CaptDillon
Dillon Is a young officer and showed good goodcapacity goodcapacIty roodcapaetty
capacity this spring when drilling the th force forcelor forcebr orce orcefor
for the annual parade Ills precinct is iaTory a ar avery
Tory Important one 1 send Capt Burns Burnsto Burnsto
to the ThIrtysecond ll1lrty econd r precinct SuK B with UDM UDMfldencetUaU con conftdence conftdence
fldencetUaU ftdence tbat 1 wiHgetgoo wiHgetgooI wl1lltCt will ge good rosults from him himI
I I have filled the vacancy caused by th thdeath the tbedeath thedeath
death of Capt Schultz by lending Capt CaptDe captDeelT CaptDeery
De DeelT rr there and I lwUl will find another captain captainc captainwthoutma coptainwithout
wthoutma without maing dnlr promotions to tlll the va vacanOy Vtcanoy
c canOy noy caused by the death of Capt Bhort BhortNo tlbortNo Ilborto
No o promotions therefore aro at this time timenecoesarr timenecoll8arJ tImenecessary
necessary necoesarrKNOWING
KNOWING ONES AT FAULT FAULTThe FAULTTbl FAULTrho
The wise iso ones at Headquarter had hadI a ahard shard
I hard time yesterday trying to figure out outjut outJuatwhat outlust
jut Juatwhat what the shifting of the seventeen seventeencaptains eeventeencaptains seventeencaptains
captains meant they agreed that they theya theyWere theywere
Were made without thought t ot politics a or orood orpoUtJCal orpolltIc1
poUtJCal effect and for the good g ood od of the theservice theerv1ce theservice
service although the Commissioner had hadmajority hadaValded hadvoidei
aValded thetuneworn thai timeworn expression In a amaJorityot aI
I majority maJorityot of cases twooaptaina had simplychanced simply almplyI
I chanced chr1Pdp1acee places with each other but in insome Insome 1 1Ome
I some instance the transfers seemed to toindicate toIndWatea tofndkate
indicate a wish on the part of the Com Commissioner Commisalonerto Cornmissioner ¬
missioner to reward certain captains and andto nndI andto
I to topunlah punish others othersplaces othercapts othersCapta
capts Bums and MoNally who changed changedplaoisln changedplz0e5
places plaoisln in the Church street and East 120th 120thatreet lZothI iathstreet
I street station both have their work cut cutout cututr cuti
out utr for rtham them The Church street precinct precincthaslong precincthas precinctp
i p haslong has hasIonghad Ion had the reputation of being the thehotbed thehotbed thehotbed
hotbed ofpoolrooms and gambling houses housesCapt housesCapt hoUllesCapt
Capt Bums BI1 > it ia believed has pretty well wellcourtproceedings wellcl wellcleaned
cl cleaned lleG upuw precinct ana and bad only many manycourt manycourt
courtproceedings court proceodi proceedinga gs to contend contendCommissioner with The TheCommissioner 1hoCommis8loner
Commissioner it was said yesterday would wouldclean wouldsee WouldIlOO
see that Capt Mcaliy 1cNallykepthillnov kept his now precinct precinctclean precinctdean
clean TheEast 1he East 126th 12 th street station is ahard a ahard 1 1hard
hard one and will wiUglve give Capt Burns on onnble nno anoporthbity
o oporthbity J rtili1lty for mor more cleaning up upNo upXo
No one at Headquarters y yesterday waS waSable was wasable
able to t cipher outthe out the significance of the theutono theahifting I It4hittlng
t4hittlng of Capts Handy and Daly Handy Handyntono Liandymit
utono mit one time timeh had d charge of the West Forty Fortyeevehth Fortyseventh Fortyseventh
seventh street station one of the hardest hardestprecincts hardeetpreclnctli hardestprecincts
precincts in the city His new post in the UieVcet UleVest theVct
Vest Twentieth street station will give givehim give111m giyehim
him work more like his old command than thanhe thanlie thanhe
he got in the Union Market station stationCHpt stationptJioody stationCiept
CHpt ptJioody roody was In command of the thoWest theWeat theWest
West Thirtyeeventh Thlrty eventh street station the thelower thelowor thelowor
lowor end of the New Tenderloin early earlyin
in the reform administration ildmin stfutlon but got into intotrouble Intolrouble intotrouble
trouble over ov the enforcement of o the excise exciselaws exclsolaw8 exciselaws
laws The he reform Commissioner CoDU1 88oner Bent ent liiiii liiiiitip hllJlIP himtip
tip IP to the goats in Wakefleld the moat moatnortherly mOlltnortherly mostnortherly
northerly precinct in the city There Therelie Therelie Therelie
lie has been ever since His advancement advancementto
to tho Alexander avenue station in The ThoHronx TheBronx 1hoBronx
Bronx half way back to his old precinct precinctis
is taken to indicate a partial return to tolovoK tofaor tolavor
lovoK lovoKWhy faorWby lavorWhy
Why Capt 1ptJoo Joe Gehegan was sent up to toWakefleld toWakeiIeld toWakedeld
Wakefleld could not be explained unless unleaait
it was token to bo a punishment Geliegan Gelieganwas Gt > hegan heganwaacfor
was waacfor for many manyyeart years the sergeant in charge chargeof ohBrgeof
of the Sanitary Squad uad utter he woo wooacting wasacting
1 1 acting captain under Capt C pt Hear in the theWest tbeWeet theWest
West Bittyeighth a ghth street station Ho in innot1 illnot isnot
not mixed mizedup up in politics politicsIeevy politics1eevy politiesDeevy
Ieevy the only man In tho department departmentwho
who has h a been reduced from the rank of ofcaptain ofcaptain ofcaptain
captain to sergeant and then reinstated reinstatedby rel18tatedbJ
by thev t tb courts goes to the Bronx Park ParkUtion ParktatiOn Parkstation
station vacant slnco the death of Capt CaptHohulU C CaptSchulta pt pt8ohul
HohulU 8ohul When Deevy was restored to tothe totherankoC tothe
the therankoC rank of captain all poets were filled filledHe filledHewuput fIlledHo
He Hewuput wu ros put temporarily in Police PollcoHoad PollcoHoadquarters Head Headtutrtc Headquarters
quarters < tutrtc at night There was really Utile llttlowork IItUowerle
1 work rk for torhimthero torhimtheroOIpt ferbim hlm there thereOtpt therefpt
Otpt Kemp emp who goes from the th West WestSIxtyelghth Westi WestiSIJltYflghth WestSty
SIxtyelghth Sty ighth street station to Long Island IslandCity IslandCit Islanditr
City Cit itr ie a man with a good reputation reputationwhflLapparently reputationWhl reputationwhoapparently
whflLapparently Whl apparently did not hit it off well with withComhunaloner withCom1lliMloner withComPaissloner
Comhunaloner McAdoo His transfer tnw fer to toLong toLong toLong
Long Island City is looked upon as a punish punishment pun1ahmont punishmont ¬
mont as ho has ha always held a poet in this thisborough thisbclrough thisbcrough
borough boroughOspt bcroughV
V Capt Dillon Is a spark nark cop COpM who came cameIn cameIn earnsIn
In with the consolidation His first command commandafter commandafter commendafter
after being belngmadoacaptatnwasin mode a a captain was in the West WestFortyaevonth WestFortyaevunth WestFOrtyIeVUflth
Fortyaevonth street station the middle and andwest andwestpert andwest
west westpert part of the new Tenderloin He had hodt hadt4 badt4
t t4 contend with vies found In n the Tender Tenderloin Tenderloin Tenderloin ¬
loin and had besides more licensed liquor liquorplace liquorpac liquorplaces
place pac e In his precinct than any other cap caplain ea eatahUnhe captaInhlthe
tahUnhe lain iti the city It was the saloons that led ledto 100to ledto
to hit J hi undoing Ho HoW1IJI wax before befor6the the reform reformCommissioners reformCOft1I1 reformCoenznlselonere
Commissioners COft1I1 88loners charged with falling to toenforce toenforce toI
I j enforce theexciso laws They transferred transferredhurt tronsferredhim
1 f him to the unimportant Grand Central Centralstation Centralstation Centralstation
station It has always been expected that thattho thattho
tho present administration realizing his hisworth hisworttl hisvOrtti
5 worth would give him abetter abetterberth berth whon whenthe whontheopportullity whonthe
the theopportullity opportunity presented pr ented itself His now nowpo newpOit nowp
pOit p po et t thoWest the West Sixtyeighth street station stationtakes stationtakes stationtakes
takes in the thouPMr upper end of the new newTender newTenderIOlnandLs Tender Tenderloin Tenderloin ¬
loin IOlnandLs aodU considered one of the best Pt0cinete pro procrncta proclnct
crncta on the West Side SideOxiney SideJoony BideS
S Oxiney was Doverys man Ho was wasDeverya WMl
z Deverya l > Qveryo Bcrgoant when the oxchlof wan wana WMcaptam
I a captain Undor the reform administra administration administration adrulnistraL ¬
L tion tI he h was exiled to Long Island City CityNow Cit CitL
L Now he hehas has come back to this boroughbut borough
1 but be bewili will iU have only the th small command commandat comman commancI a aat
I at the tbeurand Grand Central station stationk stationHus stationUuesey
Huasey Hus ey onthe contrary OODtzl was close to toj tooner tofhe toh
k fhe h 9rm admtn1ltratlon j He WM ser serGelDt sarI
I GelDt tn n tMoftl the oc ot Third Deputy Com CommJaIIonrDavl CornrnIonrDavi
mJaIIonrDavl oner Davis when ho was wasm mode lde a cap capr eaptabs
1 tabs r and sent to t the We West t Thirtyseventh Thirtyseventhtreat Thirtyseventhstyot
treat t station ltatl one of orthomoeUmportant orthomoeUmportantJ ho most important importantplaoea Importantplaces
places J > fa es on ontbo the West Side Ho now nowgOMto nowgOMtotbaalUmolQ goes to totbaatlU tothatill
tbaatlU tbaalUmolQ moro important importantoomnsand command of tho thoWest thoset theFortysevonth
West set Fortyeevenlh etr street t station where whereho wheroho whereho
ho chaneM places with Con Hayes Ha Tho Thoclianjre TheIlafl Thohanf
clianjre Ilafl it waasaid was eaid yesterday JOIIt rday was hard hattcm hattcmf bacr on
hanf f t I IA
1 A r t tI
I
Hayes who has 1Mta1YJboe alwaya boen considered oOna derenn derennoJ ah ahexcellent AZ AZex
ex excellent oJ allentomc offlcer offlcerIN r r rIN S SIN
IN BROOKlitN BROOKlitNThe DROOKLnrTho BROOKitNThe
The Brooklyn Broo t1yn ohangosi ohangCslaro aro difficult dlfficultto dlfficulttointerpret to toreform te teinterpret
interpret Dov Dovaney ey was broko by the theretonn th threform
reform board for foiling tl Ung to keep his blotter blotterbut blotterproperly blotteproperly
properly but was reinstated John JohnMor JohnMorieseyGraYQ Mor Morvanoy MorrlsseyUray
ieseyGraYQ a political friend oPdcCarren oPdcCarrenis o McVarren McVarrenIs
is said wb to b0 Devaney JJovaneys IIpon poneor or It wa wasuggeeted waJsuggested
suggested yesterday that DovanerlI Pevane7a trans transfor transfor
for might be to keep him out 0 or the way wayof wa waof
of helping Oroy fight for McCarren Do Dov Dovaney
vanoy v ney la nbw sent to the Bridge station stationwhere stationwhere stationwhere
where a captain baa really nothing to do dobut dobut cisbut
but draw dmwhI8Blllary dmwhI8BlllaryCapt Ws salary salaryCapt salaryCapt
Capt Patrick J Murphy who was waso wasoposed op opposed opposed ¬
posed to exSenator Michael J T Coffey and andwho nndwhowlI anc ancwho
who whowlI was < a thron In CoffeyB C < > eys side has been beenremoved beenremovedCrom bee beeremoved
removed removedCrom from tho Hamilton avenue station stationto stationto statistto
to Adams street the most Important pro preclnot proclnot procinot
clnot In Brooklyn a precinct which is known knownas
as Brooklyns Tenderloin Capt Denis DenisDriBColl DoniDriscoll DentsDriscoll
Driscoll who was sent to toJJedfoid Bedford avenue avenuefrom avenuetromF aveflUsfrom
from tromF mtbush atbushonl1 only a few months ago agoll agollnow w wnow ii iinow
now transferred to totho the Butlerstreet Butler Btroet stationHo station stationHo lltationHe
Ho is a firm and stanch followerof Deputy DeputyFire DeputyFire flepUt3Fire
Fire Commissioner Doyle and this transfer transferla
la distasteful to John Morrissey lIorri lleY Gray GrayCapt o GrayCapL ray rayCapt
Capt Patrick J Harklns who is looked lookedupon lookedupon lookecupon
upon as a model precinct commander and andsince andwho soc socwio
who wio has been extremely fortunate since sincemSreMnt sinaibeing sinCiboln
boln being in charge of the Adamsstreet station stationin
10 clearing up lp all cases that ooourrea ooourreatheroand occurrecthereanti
theroand there have been manY the themoat thsmost
mSreMnt moat recent being the AbbottVan Abbot Vnn Biwkirk Biwkirkiloin Buskirkmurder iiusklrlmurder
murder In the IItAbl etabisjunksbop junkshop on Chapel Chapelalley ChapeaUeyts
alley aUeyts ia sentJtdBedtord avenUe thcflender thcflenderIloin thfFendezloin
iloin of Wiulamsburg rg He is succeeded succeededby sueceedecby
by Capt Patrick J Murphy against whom whomInspector whomIMpector whorrector
Inspector ector Wiegand preferred charges ye yeterday yes yeeterday yesDe1tT
terday
Deputy Commissioner Farrell inspeakhig inspeakhigThe inspeaklngabout Inspeakiniabout
about We charges yeet yesterday rday said saidMThe saidTho
The Inspector reports that there ap appears appears appears ¬
pears to be good cause for complaint to tobo tobe Ic Icbo
bo made against Capt Patrick 3 JI Murphy Murphycinct Murphyof
of the Fortyflfth Hamilton avenue avenuepro avenueprocinct pro procinct
cinct for conduct unbecoming an officer officerI
I have sent a copy of the Inspectors s report reportto reporlto
to the Commissioner in Manhattan ManhattanWhat ManhattanWhat ManhattanWhat
What was W B tho conduct unbecoming unbecomingan
an officer oftlcerP tho Deputy Commissioner Commissionerwas
was asked askedDrinking MkedDrinking askedDrlnking
Drinking too much he replied repliedCapt refilledCapt repliedCapt
Capt Murphy said that ho had attended attendedCapt attendedCapt ettendecCapt
Capt Martin Shorts funeral and subse subsequently subsequently subsquently ¬
quently with Ith fifteen other captains had hadrefreshments hadreCrcsl hacrefreshments
refreshments reCrcsl ri1ents He said he was thoroughly thoroughlyfit
fit for duty
dutyWHAT
WHAT IS A SHAKBXTP SUAKZUPThe SHAKBXTPTho SILUtBupThe
The Head He Headquarters dCUarters oppe s were tounded astoundecyesterday toundedyesterday J Jyesterday
yesterday when they heard that Commis Commissioner COmmissIoner Commtssioner ¬
sioner MoAdoo MoAdoodeclared declared that tho transfers transferswere trnMrerawere trandenwere
were In no sense a general shakeup shakeupDeo shakoupOee shakeupOeetheysald
Deo Oeetheysald Mthoysald they said If f this thlsainiaabakeUl thlsainiaabakeUlwhat aint a shakeup shakeupwhat shakeupwhat
what will it bo when it comes comesFor comesFor ecmeFor
For several weeks there have been per persistent perestent persistent ¬
sistent rumors at Headquarters of a com coming coming cornlog ¬
ing shakeup which would be the he biggest biggestIn bIgesIn
In the history of the department The ThoCommissioner Thecornmiesloner ThsCommissioner
Commissioner didnt deny that he had i ibig a aAl abig
big stirring up II > of Al the p pollee X Xhe lIoe In mind but buthe bulhe
he had ovsnoU all questions regarding it itOn itOn itOn
On FiSay F liay lie ne said that he would make makesome makesome reakisome
some transfers before he started on his histwo histwo hictwo
two weeks vacation on Monday ltIcn lay but de declared declared daciared ¬
clared that It wouldnt be a shakeup shakeupI
I i may transfer a few men menperhapa menperhapasergeants menperhapsergeants perhaps perhapssergeanta
sergeants he sold You see I wouldnt wouldntmake wouldntmke wouldnImake
make wholesale transfers just an I was go going goIng goIng ¬
ing out of town I would prefer in case caseof caseoC ansiof
of a shakeup to be here afterward to see seehow soohow so sohow
how the changes worked workedThen workedThen workedThen
Then the Commissioner Coi mJ88iQner said that it would wouldbe wouldbe WOUldbe
be wise not to say too much about his go going going gulog ¬
ing out of town townl1II as the news pews would be sure sureto surew sureto
to bring him a lot of callers at Head Headquarters Headquarters Headquarters ¬
quarters It was pointed out yesterdaythat yesterday yesterdaythat yesterdaYthat
that if the transfers displease some poll politicians polftJcians pollticlans ¬
ticians they cant see the Commissioner as ashe ashe a ahe
he said said goodby go dby to his office for over two twoweeks twoweeks twcweeks
weeks on Friday night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The transfers take effect at 8 oclock on onMonday onMonday orMonday
Monday morning morningLanchln
Lanchln day dayM said one captain ta1n when whenbe whenhe Whenbe
be heard of his transfer MWe We might have haveLanchin haecxpected haveexpected
expected it on Monday MondayAnchln MondayLanchin
Lanchin day according to the river riverfront rlnrfront rivertrout
front youngsters Is the one day in the year yearwhen yearwhen ear earwhen
when the unwary un standing on a pier may maybe
be pushed or launched 1a nched Into the water waterJlf waterUT Waterr
Jlf UT T VJBBAOAT VEBNONTBACY TRACY PRAYS PBAYSTODIE PBAYSTODIEStanius TO DIE DIESUrrlnc DIEIrvlug
SUrrlnc by HU Own Volition and nd Because BecauseHei fleesneslies e elIea
lies Too Weak to Retain Food FoodMOUNT FoodMOUNT FoodMomrr
MOUNT VERNON N Y July 30 IThe The Thehighwayman Thehighwayman I
highwayman who was captured near Tuck Tuckahoe Tuckhoe Tuckshoe
hoe In a freight car yesterday still refuses refusesto i ito
to o give his name or to tell anything abouthimself about abouthimself abouthimself
himself He continues to Insist that ho Is Isof Isot leDr
of a wealthy and prominent family ramU and andbewails andbewails andbewails
bewails a wasted life He asked for a apriest I Ipriest apriest
priest today todayand and Father Edward J Flynn Flynnof FlynnDf
of the Church of the Sacred Heart went totoo to tosec tosoo
sec him Even to the priest tho man re refused refused retusect ¬
fused to tell his name nameIn nameIn nameIn
In the Court of Special Sessions today todayho
ho was arraigned nrralgnedunder under the ame John MJohnTracy JohnTracy Johnlracy
Tracy M charged with attempting to mur murder murder murder ¬
der Detective M J Ilellly whom he shot shotwhile shotwhUe shotwhile
while the latter wan trying to arrest him himBefore himDefore banBefore
Before he pleaded Judge Simpson Slmp on told toldhim toldhim toldhim
him he was entitled to counsel counselI
I thank you Judge hesaid he said for the theprivilege thoprivilege theprivilege
privilege but legal counsel counR l is s of little use useto UMto useto
to me Im guilty of the charge but I Inak 1nak Iask
nak your Honor not to try me this morn morning mornIng mornlug ¬
ing for I am too sick to stand such an anordeal anordealM anordeal
ordeal ordealJudge ordealM ordealMJudge ordealJudge
Judge Simpson was moved by tho pris prisoners PrISonefs ris risones ¬
ones words and adjourned the case until untilMonday untilMonday untilMonday
Monday Tracy was BO weak that he eel collapsed coilapBed eellapsed ¬
lapsed In court and had to be removed to tothe tothe tothe
the police station in a patrol wagon Dr DrAdams DrAdall18 DrAdams
Adams found tho man in a critical con condition conUUon condilUon ¬
dition Ills vitality Is gone and he has bassappirentiy hasapparently liMappilrcntlJ
apparently decided to starve himself to todeath todeath todeath
death He lb refused to eat Milk was waS wa forced forceddown forceddown foroeddown
down his throat but his stomach was not notstrong notBtrong notstrong
strong enough to retain it Tonight he heis heis heIs
is too weak to raise himself from his cot cotnight cotand cotmd
and pleads with the keeper to be left leCtalone leCtaloneIt alone aloneit
It was learned learn d today that aU FrIday FrIdaynight Fridaynight
night he prayed to die Chief Foley says Baysthat saysthat saysthat
that the highwaymans J condition la serious seriousand seriousnd seriousand
and nd It Is a grave question whether or not notho notho notlie
ho will recover recoverFISHED recoverFISUJD recoverFIShED
FISHED FOR THE PANTS PANTSIlpucliutz PAXTSLSPlchutz PANTSLlpsohulz
Ilpucliutz MlMfil 100 Pain PalntWorklnan PalntWorklnanSaw Workman WorkmanHaw
Saw Them Disappear DisappearSure DisappearMSure DisappearSure
Sure I saw th them em stealingsaid stealing M said a m II witness witnessyesterday witheasyeterday witnessYellterday
yesterday In the Childrens Court No NoI NoI NoI
I I didnt say anything about it L aint aintpaid alntpaid ainta1d
paid a1d to talk t Im Im paid pad to make mae pants pantaWilliam pantsWiliam pantsWilliam
William Wiliam Lp Llpschutz hut a pants pts maker at atU
84 Market street Itroet complained complaine that LouisEatrollst Louis LouisEntrolla Li
Entrolla Entroll and Joseph Feresi Feri two East Edt Bide Sideyoungsters Bideyoungtra Bideroungters
youngsters youngtra had stolen stle over a hundred hundredpairs hundr hundredse1N
pairs se1N of trousers trusr from his factory tator on Friday Fridaynight Fidy Fidyniht Frids Fridsmight
night plra Ho charged chged them the specifically specicay with withthe wit withe Uh Uhthe
the niht he larceny ley iarcenyoftwopairsvaiuedst5 of two pairs valued alu at 15 1 There Therenight Therehad Theremad
had be been 60 8000 pairs In the fatery factory on Fdy Fdynight Friday
night ight Yesterday eAtay Pra morning momig be found a apair aplr aair
pair air or or two on the sidewalk IldewaL and when be he becounted hecout heounted
plr counted over what should have been tho theiOll
cout
6000 60 pairs in stock stk over 100 10 pairs woregone woregoneI were gone goneI one oneI
I saw those the boys boy do the stealing stealingsaid stealingsaidRichard steallnf said saidUcbardGegamo sid sidRlharOegamoL
Richard RlharOegamoL UcbardGegamo Oegamo one oe of Llp8chutzTn Liplhut work eworkmen sworknon workmen ¬
men in court The Te boss bs was paying off offFriday offEriday
Friday night The Te side door was Wa just a alittle aUUo aIttle
little UUo open and four kids fished fhed for the thoP theI theftflts
P pants pantsMFIled ftflts ftfltsFiahed
I MFIled FiBhed for them themPaafced themM asiced aed Justice Justce Wyatt WyattSure WyattBuJ WyattSure
Sure BuJ They had ha a long pole with wltha a hook hookon hookon
on UI the end They just fished fahed the pants out outand outand outnd
and hid them in an umbrella umbrellaThe umbrell umbreltThe
The Te Justice Juato tem found roud the two boys boy guilty guiltyand am amand guiltymd
and then the suspended de sentence Itence at the Ue request requestof requ t tof
of St Lawyer Lawer Alexander Alexder Lehman Lhman TheyoUIdflt They Theywouldnt Tey Teywouldt
wouldt wouldnt tell tel on the other two boys boyaBEST by byBEST boyslEST
BEST SHOT IN SULLIVAN SULLI1ANCOUNTY SULLI1ANCOUNTYEe SIJLLIVANCOUNDY SIJLLIVANCOUNDYClue COUNTY COUNTYElsie
Elsie Ee Barnhart Brhr Put Pt Out a Woodcbacki WoodcbackiEye Woodcuc WeodeirnekI
Eye 1 e With Wlb Her ler Rifle at t Eight Rods RodsMiDDtBTOWN Roe RodsMIDDLETowN
MiDDtBTOWN MIDDLOW N NYJuly Y YJuly July 30 3Elle 30Elile EUle Born Bornhart Ba Barnsart
hart sart is entitled etitie to the th distinction dltlton of f being beingthe bing bingthe beingbe
the be best bt rifle rie shot of t Sullivan Sulvl county oonty Many Manyfoxes Manytoxe Manydsxe8
foxes toxe dsxe8 deer der and d wildcats wldat have fallen talon yb ybIns vic victims vloti ¬
tims ti Ins to her trusty tsty rifle The best bt shot of ofher other ofmer
her mer life Ile was made last Monday when whe she nhoespied Ihe Iheepie shespied
espied epie a big fat woodchuck woodhuck sitting siting on the thewall thewal theirIl
wal wall irIl about abut eight rods from the house houl and andtook andtook and00k
took down her fathers roc shotgun 8hotgn to knockire knock knocktho knok knokthe
the ire animal anil over overHoldon 4
Hold Holdon on said her brotherTarael brtherraL o Why
dont death deathI dontya you take te the rifle ro and ad it will w bo b sure suredeath wredt sureIeath
dt I am aarald afraid I will wi miss mi him said sid Elate ElateOh Eli EliteOh
MOh Oh pehawl said Bld Israel IraL Aim for Jita Jitai his his3o
eyo 3o ad and Il ill bt bet bo won wonL t daw draw i another anotherbrth anothersreath t tbreath
breath breathSo brth sreathSo
brthBse So she took tk aim ai and an flrod andover ando er went wentthn wentht
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thn thl ht woodchuck w chuok Whenfthey Wen When rthy they went we down downred
and picked It up theonl the onl mark to b be found foundon
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> Household Linens LinensI Linensat Linensai4n43 I K Kv
v v at ai4n43 ai4n43less 7 and fnd r rless V Vless
less than former prices pricesConsisting pricesConsistng pricesConsisting
Consisting Consistng of fine fne Damask amal Table Cloths Clots Napkins Table TableDamask Ta TableDamask le leDamak
Damask Damak Towels Linen Sheets and Pillow Piow Cases Also Alsothe Alsothe Alsothe
the entire open stock of a prominent piominentlrishmanufac Irish manufacturer manufactureratless urer at atless t tless
less than cost of ofproduc production productionall productionThe ion ionThe
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tan The prce price conceslons concesions ar re m de ce to cear clear the stock of ofaU ofall
all lines lne that are to be discontinued prior to opening operingthe operingtheAutumn openingthe openingtheAutumn the theAutumn
Autumn season seaon This sale offers ofels advantages advant ges over anypreviously any anypreviously apypreviously
previously announced announcedTable announcedTable announcedTable
Table Cloths Clotls 2 yds wide i 2ztf 2 2 254 3 34 3 33 4 yds ydslong ydslongformerly long longformerly longformerly
formerly 250 to 3350 at 3 j 17 7 5 to 167 I 67 6 6Tcz 5 5Table 5Table
Table Tcz e Cloths 2yt 2 yds ydwide ydswide wide 2 25 3 31 3 34 4yds 4ydslong 4ydslongformerly long longformerly longformerly
formerly 450 to f4500 4500at at 325 4 2 5 to 2250 22 SO
Napkins Na Naj5kins90C k ls ls90C
90C to 82000 2000 dozen dozenformerly dozenformerly dozenformerly
formerly 150 to 4000 14000Table 4000Table 4OOOTa5h
Table Danuzs75C Damask Damask75C Daltask
75C 7 SC per yd ydformerly ydformerly ydformerly
formerly 160 icio 110
Toweis TowetsS
S 125 I 25 to to6oodozen to6oodozenformerly 600 dozen dozenformerly dozenform
formerly form rly 150 to 950 950Sheets 950Sheets 950Slzeegi
Sheets
325 to 850 8 SO pair pairformerly pairformery pairformerly
formerly formery 475 to 1150 1
Pillow Pto Cases Cases95C
95C 9 sc to 250 2 sopa pair r formerly 125 to 5400 5400Sale 400 400Sale 400Sale
Sale of oLtngs oLtngsat ojLiiings ojLiiingsat Linings Liningsat
at 5 cts ct per perPercalines ydi ydiPercalines ydPercaines
Percalines Percaines Sateens Cambrics Cambric Lawns c regularly sold soldat
at 150 5c to z8c 28cj slightly slghty soiled soied from handling handlng and ald broken brokenlines bro brolenlines en enlnes
lines of ofshades shades all reduced to
lnes r ctg ct per yd ydBroadway ydBroadway ydBroadway
Broadway Twentieth Street and Fifth Avenue A venue venueI
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RAID RAI ON A WRECKED STEAMER STEAMERMAINE STEAMERMAINE
MAINE FISHERMEN FISHElUBN PLUNDER PLUNDERING PLUNDEl PLUNDElING ¬
ING TUB CITY CIY OF ROCKLAND ROCKLANDSeerea ROCKLND ROCKLNDSer ROCKLANDScores
Scores Ser of SmaU 8m fists Bt Looting LU tin t Frelfht FrelfhtSpirited Fpt Fptlt FreIIhtpIflted
to the Water for forWhiskey forWhiskey
Spirited lt Strucclei 8tQlle i te Watl fol folWe
SMptncnuTlie FurnUhlntt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
Whiskey
We Spe FI
the Veatel VI Taken f forHoatmens for fol Boatmeni BotmN1 Homes HomesBANOOS HomeaBXNQOB DomeaB4NOOB
BXNQOB Me July 80 oWben When a steamboat eteamboatIs stboat stboatis
M Jul3We
Is wrecked on the coast ot of Maine Me then Is Isa isa Iia
Wed and harvest time for the fishermen and andother andother
a a td grand hrOt tie fheeand fheeandother
who described describedby
other coast dwellers dweUel are deribed deribedby
by the th steamboat ltboatmen men as a pirates pitee from the theway theWay theway
way la which wh they the go about aut the pillaging pUagg of ofthe otthe ofthe
the steamer and her freight It Is not often oftenthat lite litethat oftenthat
that lter a steamer Itemer Is wrecked wrked but bt the rarity rarityof raty rarityof I Iot
of the opportunities opprtunite makes mae the fishermen f all allthe aUthe allthe
the more strenuous strenuousThe strenuouTe strenuousThe
The Te wreck wk this week on Gangway Gapay Ledge LedgePenobsoot Lg8 Lg8Peobt LodgePenobecot
Penobsoot Peobt Bay of the big eldswheel edewhelster edewhelsterCty steamer steamerCity steamerCity
City of Bookland of the Boston Bltn and Bangor Bangordivision Bgor Bgordivision Bangordivision
Cty division of the theEtem Eastern Steamship Stea p Com Company Company Cornparry ¬
pany afforded aorde tho coast ct pillagers pUo a chance chanceto cc I Ito
to M get rich quick on a small scale for the theRockland theRockland theRockland
aa ae
Rockland carried a great gret cargo cg of miscel miscellaneous ml mllaneus nilacellaneous ¬
laneous laneus merchandise ce including inoludg everything everythingfrom everhng everhngfrm everythingfrom
from frm laces la to canned caed poaches pe and ad fromwhiskey from fromwhiskey trm trmwhiskey
whiskey to a 10 3000 3 automobile automobileThe automobUeTe
The steamer fteamer struck strck at 838 6 53 A M in a athick athick athick
Te hours before her herpassengers herpDengers herpassengers
thick fog and It was three tree bfore
passengers were taken ta kenor off Shortly Bhory after afterward afterward ¬
ward pDengers the crew and all a but one or two of tho thoofficers thoofcer theofficers
officers loft lef so that the steamer ster and her herrich herrch herrich I
rich ofcer freight frht were wer an easy prey to the wreck wreckers wreckera wreckera ¬
rch era In six hours she se was surrounded nde by byfiet a afleet afleet
fiet fleet of email el boats bats estimated et to number n1mber
200 2 sail and a wild wid scramble srble for tho aban abandoned nb abandoned ¬
doned done wealth wNlh began beganThe ogan oganThe beganThe
The fishermen Ihennon and others other from Monhegan MonheganMatinlcus Monegan MoneganMatlnC MonheganMatinicus
Matinlcus White White Head Friendship and all allalong allalong
MatlnC Wt He Fiendahlp a aalon
the steamer steamerlooting steamerlooting
along alon short sbo swarmed swane over ster sterlootg
looting lootg the staterooms stter which whc had h been beenhurriedly bn bnhurriey beenhurriedly
hurriedly hurriey deserted deert by the thl passengers passengersand plengo plengoand passengerand
and the saloon salon where thebreakfast the brktastwM brktastwMleft breakfast was wasleft wasloft
left unmated untte Clothing jewelry je10lry silver silverware HUverwar silverware ¬
ware war furniture fuiture carpets carts linen and drapertes dra draperies drapertee ¬
peries were taken and thrown thrwn heltor skelter skelterinto skeler skelerinto skelterInto
into the dories dorO and smacks and then began begantho beganthe
the pillaging piging of the freight trelglt dock dockMaine dockMaine dockMemo I
Maine is a a a prohibition prhibition State but the tle coast coastplratea ooastpit0lie coastpirates
pirates pit0lie like whiskey and they tley found plenty plentyof
of that thatad and other liquors luorll in the cargo cargoWhen crgo crgoWen cargoWhen
When Wen a cask ok of whiskey or a a barrel bar of boor boorwas ber berwu boorwas
was discovered dvr there the followed foUoe a desperate desperatefight depte deptelght desperatefight
fight lght for ownership ownerhip and many a man mn went wentoverboard wontoerbor wentoverboard
overboard oerbor in the te struggle etggle One fishermanmanaged fisherman fishermanmanaged
managed me to t fill fU his dory dor with Wih whiskey whiskeyand whiskeyand hake hakead
and ad had h got half h way ay home with it when he hefell hefel hefell
fell fel In i with a eraack smkbeed enmaokboaded hooded for the te wreck wreckon wrk I Ion
on boa board of which whob were We ten men Tho Thoalvor ThoI Thoealvot
alvor of tho hot water was foolish foli enu1h enu1ht enough enoughto
avor to t wave a bottle botie of the whiskey at his hisfriends hiatrlend hisfriends
I friends trlend on the to smack smak whereupon Wherep they te at atonce atonce atonce
once hove to and a went alter at him In i their theirdories ther therI theirdories
dories Then followed foUowe a naval nval battle battleMen battleMcn battleMen
I Men piled pied Into the whiskey whikey dory dor without withoutthe withoutthu withoutthe
the least let regard for lorthe their safety saetya and a hand handto handto handto
to hand hd fight flht began blg for possession p8ion of the theliquor thelquor theliquor
liquor Boathooki oars and flat fists were wereused wereused
lquor Bthol o fbr
used Ued and ad soverpi several of tho men receivedsevere received receivedsevere reve
severe cut cts cuts while whe ver two to want Wet overboard overbo and andburdened ad adburdened andburdened
burdened with 1thto their heavy heT boots botad and oil oilskins oilskins U Uski ¬
skins ski come ce near ne drowning drlg The upshot upshotof
of it was watt wasthat that the smack Imak crew ow captured cptur all allof al allof
of the whiskey Whlkey except eotto two barrels brlhloh brlhlohIn which whichIn
In the sea that tt was running rg they tey could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not handle hne conveniently convenientlyTho
The steamer ter lies Ue high hb upon upn a ledge lege with withher withher Withher
her stern out and ad her forward tona port pa subr subrmerged sub subinergedat
merged inergedat at high hgh water waer and ad at 1 every everrlae rise of oftho oftho oftho
tho merge swell sw u a carload calo of freight will wl wash washout washout washout
out at the forward tona gangways where he the thefishermen thefishennen thefishermen
fishermen ore a on hand hadt bandto to crab for it Only Onlythe Oni Onithe Onlythe
the most mot expert of sailor elors could keep kep their theirfeet theirteet theirfeet
feet and stay stayintheirrn ep in their frail boat binlch In such a ascramble acramble ascramble
scramble as goes ge on alongside aongide the Rookland Rooklandevery Rlad RladevT Rooklandevery
every evT day now ne and ad in the waters around aroundher aroundher aroundher
her
herTho Tho bay ia covered cover with freight fright of al aldescriptions aldeptonsm0t atdescriptions
descriptions deptonsm0t most of which Whoh ia I picked up upbut upbut upbutsome
but butsome some of which Whohhu baa floated f floatedawsy away pce to t line linethe Unethe linethe
the shores shor from fm Owls 0118 Head Be to t Monhegan MonheganThe MonheanThe
The natives ntlvee are feasting fetl on California CUomi fruits fruitswhich trt trtWhich fruitswhich
which bob about abut in the theWar water for miles milesand mile mileand milesand
and the children oldren of the bay Wanda iand pelt pelteach pt peWeach
each eahothor other with wlt Wlfp pears peaches pbe and canta cantaloupes cantaloup cantoloupee ¬
loupes loupesHumble loupeeiumblo
loup
Humble 1Ub1e dwelling dwelUnpalon along shore 1 are a now nowdignified nb nbd1gzilect
dignified with mahogany furnl fue1tir rr > re u aI aIT an anvelvet
dedwt velvet nVt T corptU J lacjcurUJna k kJ no and 4 tbj h Ilk like likeI liketSs
I
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while whie the barns b and fish fs houses hOIt are ar stored storedfull store storedfuU
full of all kinds of goods on which the thefishermen thefishelen thefishermen
gOs
fishermen fishelen expect expt to get high salvage 1aage The Thofreight Thefreight Thefreight
freight of the Itockland Iokland was worth about aboutSO aboutsroooo
SO sroooo 50000 and not much of it will wU be saved savedwithout aved savedwithout i idthout
without damage damageWhen damageWhen i iWhen
When the th steamer Cambridge was wa wrecked wreckedon wreed wreedon
on Old Od Man an Ledge Lge Feb 10 1888 188 a similar similarharvest similarharvest imll
harvest hrest was 1as gathered gatheNl In n by the coast cast wreck wreckera mek wreckera i ier
era er who on that tht occasion oion the wreck wrbelog wrbelogmore being beingmore beingmore
more sudden and complete cmplets got all there therewas thereI therewas
was I in the cargo crg the company ompy recovering recoveringonly rovoring rovoringoniy recoveringonly
only what it i could pick up along shore aore at athigh athigh athigh
high salvage Blvae Many of the fishermen fishcnen on onthat onthat
that tt occasion oion concealed concale the goods they theyhad th theyhad
had picked up having an exaggerated exaggeratednotion oxggrt oxaggeratednotion
notion noion of their value vlue and It required ruir great greatcoaxing grt grtoing greatcoaxing
oing coaxing and ad some Ime detective deteive work to die discover dl dlCver diecOver ¬
cover Cver the whereabouts wherebout of much of the thefreight thefreight thefreight
freight The Te piano of the Cambridge Cmbrdge was wastaken 1 wastaken
taken ten over to Monhegan Qhegan by the crew ew of ofa ora ofa
a lobster lobter boat bt and there with three thJ of Its Itslegs Itslep Itslegs
legs knocked knoke off was landed lande on the te beach beachA bh bhA
A man from rom Bangor who went down dow to togot toget toget
get a story stoT of the th wreck w played plyed The Flow Flowers Flowere Flowore ¬
ers That Tht ThatBloozn Bloom In the theSpring Spring then popular popularfor popula
for the edification edlfcton of the th Monheganites Monheganitesand onbegat
and they were delighted delghted beyond byond measure measureThey meure meureTey measureThey
They Tey thought the piano was worth worh a thou thousand thousd thousand ¬
sd sand dollars doll and demanded demande that much for forIt forIt forit
It but the th steamboat stembt company compny was 1 not ataU at atall ata
all a anxious aloW to get the instrument Instrment back backand bk bka backand
and a it still atU remain remaW on Monhegan minus minusthree minusthree
three th legs leg but Rtlll Itl capable of omitting omittingfearful omittingfot emittingfearful
fearful fot sounds soundsA sound
A peculiardiscovery plidlser peculiar discovery l hate hl a been bn mode mae In Inconnection InconnectIon iocneon
connection cneon with wih the wreck nok of the Rookland Rooklandin Rland Rlandin
in that tht she rests rta directly directy upon uJn the sunken sunkenhulk lunkenhu sunkenhulk
hulk hu of ofthe the te old steamer shJmer City of Portland Portlandlost Portand Portandlot Portlandlost
lost lot on the some se ledge In 1881 181 This coin coincidence coincldenc coIncidence ¬
cldenc cidence Is enough to Inspire Inpire the sailors slon of ofthis ofthis ofthIs
this coast lWst with the belief bUef that tht Gangway GangwayLedge OangwayLg GangwayLodge
Ledge Lg is a spot accursed accursedSAYS acourled acourledSAYS accursedSAYS
SAYS SUE IS V J MORSES flSES WIDOW WIDOWMr Ilo WIDOWMrs
Mr Klchler Elcln Hit 1 Just oUNt Hard Itr That Tht lies HeiDrart le leUdld liesDeadand
Drart Udld Deadand and She He Wants altl Her ler Dower DowerST Dwer DwerST DowerSt
ST Lob LihB Loirs is July30 July3Mr July30Mrs Mrs Ida May EJehler Eoher Eoherwho Elchlerwho EJehlerwho
who figured fgur in a wnsatlonal Imitoal incident Ioide at atthe atthe
the West et End Ed Hotel Hotlllt last March Marh rm then thenault then thenlult therpsuit >
suit lult of habeas hnbel corpus 01115 proceedings prngl for the thepossession thep8Ion thepossession
possession p8Ion of thlrt thrNyearld thirtsonyearoki myearold Irene IreneBlanche IreneBlacho IreneBlanche
Blanche Blacho Klchler Eohler which vhch woro wor instituted by byher b1her byher
her divorced d10r husband hub d Alvin Ahn Eienter Eichlr of
4017 61 Delmar Dlar avenue avenue now declares de1r she is isgoing isgoing Isgoing
going to New York to provo prm that tba she is the thewidow to towidowot thewidow
widowot widow of a man whom she he describe derlb as asC uC asC
C J Morse Mor a banker who ho died there ther on onMay ony onMay
May y 31 2ndShe last lastShe lat latSe
She Se says s that she Ihe heard of Mr Morses Morsesdeath Mors Morsdeath Morsesdeath
death only oyon on July 21 She alleges ega that t they theywere ty theywere
were er married mrec at the Majestic MaesUo Hotel Iol New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York city Jan an 13 1 last lat by the Rev B v Mr MrBard MrBard
Bard B an Episcopal Epi pl minister mlnlstsl the ceremony ceremonyhaving cremo ceremonyhaving
having havnl been ben witnessed wltnlld by the manager managerof mgr
of otbe the hotel and hlswlfa Shesays Bhe ya thotsbo thotsbohas thalbo that she shehas
has ha a certificate crtifcat of the marriageand mtagand with withit wth wthit withit
it she hopes hoPs to t prove a right rght to toa a share shareof shareof
of an estate estat she estimates estmtea to amount to toS08nd
S08nd 330000 end which wont to Morses Mors two twobrothers twobrhers twobrothers
brothers brhers She said tonight tonightAfter tonight tonightAter tonightAfter
After our wedding which followed tol owed a ashort a8hor aabort
short 8hor Ater imhip oourtchlp beginning blnnina with wth a chance chancemeeting chancemeeting
meeting early el In January aauaT at the cance cancemeeti Park ParkAvenue ParkAvenue
Avenue meeti Hotel Hol New York Yor city we lived livedAvenue lved lvedtogether livedtogether
together at the MaJNto Majestic and the Park PnrkAvenue ParkAvenue
Avenue Hotel Hot for about abut two month month when whenwe whenwo whenwe
we went to Boston B0tn for a short Ihor time tie Then ThenI
I returned to St Louis and within four fourdays fcr fcrday fourdays
days returne after ater my niyarrival yaval arrival was W made mde a principal principalin princp
day in a habeas hb corpus corpus corus case Cl which boh resulted resultedtody reeuitecin
in my dault daugmter being bing givt given Into the 01 01toJ one onetody
tody of my mo former er husband husbandWhen hustnd hustndWhen husbandWhen
toJ When letters letter from trm Mr Morse ceased ceasedto
to arrive arive I began bgan to t think that ththe thatho he had be become b become
come displeased diplc with me on account aount of oftho otthelowriety ofthe
the cme thelowriety notoriety He simply told me he hedenlred hedesired bedeired
desired deired that It be b kept quiet tulet for a time timeAll timeAl timeAll
All thatl that knowofhlmls knwothli thathe tht thathewas he was a native ensUreof nativeof ntive ntiveot
of Al Waterfcrd Walrcrd tt N Y a banker baorad and hat tt he hehad heha hebad
had lived at thePark tPark the Park Avenue Hotel Htelnl1 Htelnl1eilhtye Hctelnearly Hctelnearlyeight nearly nearlyeight
ha lv
eight eilhtye years n at the thetImeotormarrIagc thetImeotormarrIagcCharles time of ofor our marriage marriageCharles r rChale
Charles Chale 3i J Morse MOT was W a stranger strpr to the theNew theNew theNew
New York directories dlreotorll He died die on May fay IY 12 12of 12of
of otpneumni pneumonia at the Park Avenue ATeut Hotel Hotelwhere Hotelwher Hotelwhere
where wher he was w supposed upIAd to t be a bachelor bachelorThe bahlr bahlrTe bachelorThe
The manager of the Majestic says la that tt h hnever hf tn tnnever
Te never mger heard of r More Mo Moeeand fWt and djd dd not so witness witowaa
a marriage he in which Ib Morse Mon a was ooDoerned ooDoernedThe oonoernedThe ot
The m only Episorpal clergyman named namedBard namedBard
T Bard lives In EPltp Wa1 WalU wa1l Walls wallaRinger Wal Wal81nlen Wallsglagers
Ringer la I Central eDt ParkAbout Park ParkAbout Pr
About five fve hundred hudr singers en from the theUnited theUit theUptted
Uit United Singing Siging Societies 80etelwU BooletIeswtll a will take tae tkepart part pa I Ithe in inthe
the concert to b M given civon on tbev the Mail in On Ontral Centtl
tral cc Park Fakt at t 4 oclock 00101 this afternoon temoon Tt Ttw T Tet Tey Teywaroto
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t > f l I J J1 I A lt Jt J At A of 4lA 4lAgreatest the theate thegreatcst
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greatest August Sale of Furniture Fuitttbat that will start in all al New New York omorrow tomorw Youll read rd about abut others otba of oflO ofcourcjyouU ofcourseyouLl
lO courcjyouU courseyouLl ate AugstSal get get some wondeful wonderful A inroratonconceming intorinatlon concerning some me of them thembut but < wtenyou when I you get dowtow dowiitoWn J A Amorrow to tomorw tomorrow
morrow morw youll youl believe beieve our word that no nosaercancmparWth nosale sale can compare comparewith with this one onef oneu oneWo oflet u
f We are Furniture leaders always alwa W have provedit proved It this rear ln nthn < the tho sale of almost almot two thousand tbouaandfoldn folding couch cUCh bed bedIn bd bedsin
t In the sale of four hundred hundre awaWe brass br8s beds hve in the sale lale of thirteen hundred enamel beds bed It I is a current topic topo that our ourThey ourYurnlture ourr
r Yurnlture pr prices arealwa are always below Ithe th4 Tr very lowest lonltTey lowestThey
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for fora a solid sold month monthThe monthThe monthThe
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Abraham Cohen of Cohen Chen A Co whoare whoare who whoare
are Abr In business bun on tho fifth fifh floor foor of 180 180Oreeno 11 191Greeno
Greeno street stret wan 1 passing through o a cor corridor corrdor corridor ¬
ridor on the fourth floor foor about 2 oclock oclockyesterday oolok oolokyesterday oclockyesterday
yesterday rdor afternoon when he noticed not noti ed that thatan tt ttan thatan
aftoon into the business businessrooms businessrooms
an iron door leading leing buinC buinCroJ
rooms of Abrahamson ft Cohen Chen on that thatfloor thatfoor thatfloor
floor roJ had Abrmsn been forced ror open A broken brokenpadlock broke brokeplok brokenpadlock
foor h
padlock was wMlyng lying on the floor for and a jimmy jimmylay jimmylay jimmylay
lay plok beside beide It ItCohen itCohen itCohen
Cohen pushed in and overturned overture an empty emptybox emptybx emptybox
box that puae had been b set st behind bhind the door doorto doorto doorto
bx
to gIve warning to those thoB Inside inlido of tho ap approach approh appreach ¬
preach of anybody anyby At the noise noi of ottho otthoraling the thofalling thefalling
falling raling box bx three thr men me who tyho ho were wer kneeling kneelingin knplg knplgIn
in a corner of Abrahamson Abrn I Cohens store storeroom storerom storeroom ¬
1 rolls of silk silkand silkand
room rom sprang Srg up stumbling atbllg over rl sl slad
and bundles of womens cloak Two To of ofthem orthem ofthem
ad them bndlee dashed past pt Cohen Che knocking knooklg him himdown hi hithdown
down do The third thrd jumped jump out of a roar roarwindow roarwinUow
window windowCohen wimloWCohen winUowCohen
Cohen yelled yeled to some truckmen trucen In the thestreet thestet thestreet
street They gave gav the thn theiarm Jarm at the Mercer Mercerstreet Merr Merrltrt Meroerstreet
stet street police station Acting ActingCaptaln Captain Pow Powers Powera PowSTe ¬
Acng Capin
ers ltrt and plic Detectives Detecivs ataton McDonald MoDnd and Lynch Lynchhustled Lyoh Lyohhuted Lynchhustled
hustled huted around armd to the place pl whore Cohen CohenThe Chn Chnw Cobonwas
stIll yelling yellingThe
was
w The al sleuths 1ng 1ngThe went to the roar r of 204 Wooster Woosterstreet Woolter WoolterIlt Woosterstreet
street and almost almot ran rn Into a man mn trying tryingto trn t tto
Ilt to climb a nevenfoot tVenfoot wall wal He fell tel felland back backand bk bkand
and clmb was 11 caught lght At the th police polc station stationdetectives sttion sttionhe stationlie
he said he was Hr Harry Slonulera Blmons47years old oldan oldan
elevated raliroaI gurd tUrd eec an that he hele holived
an lived elvated at 218 raird Et East FUtdth Fifteenth street Te Tedettve The Thedetectives
detectives le found he had got to t the ground groundby groundby
dettve by scrambling along a drain drn pipe pip for 200 200feet 20 200feot
feet Irmblng A fall raUvould would have meant molt certain certaind oertslndeth oortanAbrahamneon
d deth dethI < ta the AbrahamBon 4 Cohen Coh loft the police policefound policefound
found I 2800 Abramln worth of silk sik womens woms cloak oloakaand olowad cloakand
and ad shirtwaists 2r packed pake up in bundles bundlesready budl8 budl8reay bundlesready
ready to bn taken away awaySlmona awarSiona awayBiniona
reay Slmona 0 was te locked lok up charged oh with withburglary withburglary Wit
burglary Siona The police polc say s they they know Io one oneof oneof oneof
bltrlaT of arrest the today todayVISIT toayEW todayNEW other men and a will wi have hve him huder huderarrost under underarrest underarrest
VISIT EW LINES FOR i MANITOBA MANITOBAj
j J 1 Hill 11 Planning PannlD Great GrNorem Northern Feeder FeederNorth l WeederNorth en enNorU
o o North NorU and nd W West WestSTPAUL Nt t tSTPAUI
STPAUI STPAU July Ju118 30 oJ J J Hill HI president pridet of ofthe ofthe ofthe
Railroad is trying to toundo toundo
the Great o t Northern Norther Rr tring
undo what former President Pidet Mellen Meen of the theNorthern theNorher theNorthern
< Northern Norher Pacific P1o accomplished amplillhedwhen when be heleased beIe beleased
leased tho Northern NorthernP Pacifia lines U lj e In intobto Mani Manitoba s1arijlobe ¬
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made a part of the GrandTrunk Grand Trunk system systemOne sstm sstmOne systemOne
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me One of the the bent railroad authorities authortlee in the theNorthwest thoNorwet theNorthwest
Northwest sold sd today tody rrad that ttM tbatMr Mr Hill HU had hd se secured socured
Norwet cured the theohr charter for a road In i Manitoba Manitobawhich Manitobawhich
which cu will connect conet with witrth wIti4h the r Great Northern Northernand Northernand
whichl and Northern Norther Pacific athe at the boundary bud line lineand lne lneandwU lineand
and will afford don a PeJo line to the te theWeet West W tr paralleling parallelingthe lelng lelngthe
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if we can make a customer of you at the price prce of o all a profit proft and ad half haf of the thecost thecost thecost
cost of the garments garents you choose chose There Ther isnt an event lke like our ourSemi ou ourSemiAnnual
Semi SemiAnnual Annual Remnant Saleanywhere Saleanywher Sale Saleanywhere
anywhere Every Ever six sbionths months sees see every ever short shorJengthofw length of woolens no nut nutterwhat mt gnatterwhat I Iterwhat
terwhat you ought to pay rightfully rghtfUy closed clos out outlorclerc outfor for clearance at liS 1 5 a mit mitcoat iuitcoat
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PAT MULLINS GETS GETSIBIO GETSIBIOM 904000 904000Mayor 864000Mayor
Mayor M of r Unite Do Dothe Settles Hit Claim WHit Wltnthe WHitthe
the Boston Batnnd flostenancI and Montana MontanaBOTTE MOltanl MOltanlBUE MontanaBoxrE
BOTTE BUE Mon on July Juy 30 STo 30Tho Tho litigation litigationbetween Utgtion Utgtionbten litigationbetween
between bten Mayor May r Patrick Patok Mullina Mu and a the theBoston te teBtnand theBoston
Boston Btnand and Montana MOla Mining MgCmp Company Companyover
over a threefourths tfourtlntrt Interest in the Co Comanohe e Comacohs
manohe mnohe mine meon one of ot the t biggest biggt copper copperproducets oppe copperproduce
produce prU la i the to district distt was wa settled setUety setUetyMul today todayMulUna todayMWUImS
MulUna Mul had a lease 10 and bond bnd on on the teme temeten mine mineten mineten
ten years ye ago from tromthe the original orlOo owners and andasserted
asserted a that the Boston BtOI and Montana Montanapeople Montn Montanapeople ant
people peple set about abut to get getthe the property proprtawa proprtawafrom propertyaway away awayalso
from bl hini and suceed succeeded 10 dugig discouraging
h him and iduci Inducing him to abdon abandon the le lease leaseand
and otoDwheru1n optiohwhereupon the Butte and d Bt Boston Bostonand n nnnd
and th thp lstn Bcston and Montana bought i It ItMullion
Mullla Mullion also sued for 1100000 1100 but as aathe the al alleged ¬
leged value of ore taken takt out of the Comanche Comanchoground Cmcho Cmchogund Comancheground a
ground gund by the te Boston Bton and ad Montana Montan while whilehe whe whehe whilehe
he had h possession pk and for an a accounting accountingon aunUg aunUgon
on all al ores or for fora a period of nine years ye orelites or orsince 01
since IUICO the mine i has been b operated o t by the theBoston theBton theBoston
Boston Bton and Montanaamountlng Montnamoutig probably pro bly to toBy
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By the settlement atteent Mayor MulUna Mui gets geUKMOOp ger gets84o
KMOOp 84o O for a threeeighths threlght Interest intt In I a apieceof aple apiece
piece ple pieceof of r mining property on thoeast teo theea4s14e theea4s14eof side sideof e eot i
mgPperty
of the th Butto utt district dtot and several city cty Iota lotoand lat Iotaand
and he in I turn tU deeds de all sver his Interests Interl to tothe wthe tothe I
the Boston Btonand and > Montana Montan for a nominal nominalconsideration nominalconsideration
consideration considerationJUST considerationJUST nomn
ool18ldeJUon ool18ldeJUonJUSTfANTED
JUST JUSTfANTED WANTED TO SHE EUROPE EUROPELada EUROPEtAd BUROPEId
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Baling Du1D Steerage Ste teerge e Tickets TicketsHerman ricketsHerman ket
Herman Henna Vobnan Vot 16 1 years yara old ol and ad Philip PhilipMuller PUp PUpMur PhilipMuller
Muller Mur 17 nwhoboards who boards with wih Volmans 101manl iVolnsasfamily Volmansfamily
family taiy at a 902 1 East EtlO 103d street strt ereet wore wcr ar arrested arrested ¬
rested yesterday morning moring at the Ked Star StarBteamshlp Stareteazsship
rs ltStr ltStreilp
Bteamshlp eilp yterY pier at aqhe the foot of Fulton street streeton strt strton
on the o North NorthRlver OJRvorju8t River Just as 1 they were 16 buy buying buy1g buylog ¬
log 1g steArage etr tickets tcet for Europe Europevolmana EWJ
volmana VOJII brother brther1fonkl Monkel Vouaan Vola com complained om omplalne consplained ¬
plained plalne to the te police poUe at the East 104th 10tt strtot strtotstation It tretstation t tstatlont1a
station statlont1a that the t boys boY had h stolen a11 150 50 from fromhbn tromhim fromhim
him and ad Detectives Dt Summers 8umra and Smith Smithwere SUa SUawere Smithwere
were put ut on O thecase the c They Tbl caught clh the theboya te tebo11 theboys
boys bo11 just jut as they t were about obu to tt turn the themoney themoney e emoney
money over ovr for tickets ticketsVolman tikt ticketsvolman
Volman olan and adMulerldththeyha Muller Mullerunid Kid that thattheyhad they had read reada
a i i good odaabut deal about Europe Eurp recently rty and andwanted mdwanto4yey d dwRve
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