OCR Interpretation

The sun. [volume] (New York [N.Y.]) 1833-1916, November 05, 1906, Image 3

Image and text provided by The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundation

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83030272/1906-11-05/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for 3

Had Been Nominated Again AlthoughTIUConstituents
Constituents Knew That He Could NotLiteBeaten
LiteBeaten Bat Once InlS1J8HVcct
Served With DUttnctlon In the WarGen
Gen John Henry Ketchum who hadbeen
been nominated nineteen times for Conprew
prew by the Republicans of the Twentyflrtt
lint New York district and who was in Congress
gress almost continuously from 1866 diedyesterday
yesterday morning in St Elizabeths Hospital
pital in this city after a long illness followin
tnt third attack of paralysis Congress Iman
man Ketcham received a unanimous votevery
very time ho was nominated He declined
I dined to run for election to the Fiftythird
4nd Fiftyfourth Congresses because of illhealth
health Early in October last although hewas
was then In the hospital in a very weakcondition
condition the Republicans in convention atPoughVeepsio
PoughVeepsio placed him in nomination oncemore
Gen Ketcltam was 73 years old and wasbom
born at Dover Plains Dutche countywhere
where he made his home In point of serTioe
J Tice be was the dean of both branched ofCongress
Congress He had been active in politicsver
< ver since he wan 22 years old At thattime
time he was elected supervisor of his nativetown
town Immediately thereafter in iSO and1S37 I
1857 he was chosen a member of the StutoAssembly
Assembly He served in the State SenateIn
In Xew York in 1880 and 1861 When thocivil irivil
civil war started he organized the 150thNew
New York Volunteers and waa chosen thofirst
first Colonel of that regimentHe
He served actively in the entire warand
and with his regiment waa engaged atGettysburg
Gettysburg and also in Shermans marchto
to the sea For valiant service he received
ceived the rank of BrigadierGeneralwith
with which ho retired from the war Whilestill
still at tho front be was nominated andelected
elected to the Thirtyeighth CongressHe
He was unable to servo actively as thatelection
election came while the war was still Inprogress
progress For four terms thereafter hehad Ibad
had no difficulty and Buffered defeat forthe
the onlv time in 1872 when John O Vbitebouee
bouee n democrat beat himPresdtnt
Presdtnt Irani mndo him Commissionerof
of the Diftriet of Columbia which officehe
he held from 1874 to IH77 lie resigned toke
take hiM tat in the Fortyseventh Congrew
grew From then on with the exceptionof
of the two occasions upon which he declinedto
to run after being nominated he servedcontinuously
continuously as a Congressman In thelast
last election he got a greater number ofvotes
votes in his district which includes Columbia
lumbia Dutches Greene and Putnamcounties
counties than Kootevclt and Fairbankslie
lie polled 217111 votes his two opponenta
a SocialistDemocrat and a Prohibitionistgot
got 371 and 558 respectively
Next to Ren Ketcham in tho point ofervice
service in the House were Speaker Cannonand
and Gen llingliam of Pennbylvania Thelatter
latter while not having served as manyterm
term as irn Ketcham had a longer continuous
tinuous serviceWnen
Wile the rn Uter of nominating a Congmman
gmman from the Twentyfirst districtcame
came up thin foil and the part men understood
too that Gen Ketcham was very hickimlfwi
imlfwi ther agreed that it would be bustnt
nt any event to name him With him Haton
on his back probably In hi last illnessioid
sid the flepuHicnns of the district at thetime
time ws wanted to how our atfcctionani
ant esteem by giving him bin nineteenthnomination
nomination They realbed nt the timethat
that be woild not be able to runGen
Gen Ketcham m < Ie a great hit early
in life with his constituency by his remarkableinduatry
able industry Uptnhisd1atrictthesayinw05
was In times of trouble Go to KetchamIn
In his younger days the General who was agreat
great walker spent a lot of time travellingon
on foot through his district meeting theframes
frames and making hundreds of friendsHe
He never mirffl uso cf a stenographerAttending
Attending to all his corresponence whichwas
was not slight peneonally He wrote al1thf
thf wellllT Ion iha HGu
Gush at 1119 bon In Dover Plaina haveaid
aid that aftr leaving him at miiinightth
thy woull aris early in the day to flndthat
that the Congressman hal In the intervalatfnded
ttnded to answering thirty kttrs or soIt
It wae vldom that hl delayed answeringtb
tb Ictfr of any constitutntHe
He was sihtIT deaf but it was Hs ert > dby
by some of his rinds that he could harwell
well rnough when he wanted to Thre AMtwo
two stori n rrlifd of him that are famousin
in the Hudson Valljr One or thm goeseml
A man III hard hick appealed to the Genml
eml forWhats iWhatlli
Whats that asked tho Gfn rnl putting
his ear clos to the mans mouthWill
Will you l > nd mt 107 asked tho manYou
You said 5 the first timer was the Congrwmans
grwmans rplvU
It Wall sail aNo that he could hear whrna
a runititupDt UPIald to him for a fobbut
hut could not har wh n the had of ap3rtmnt Departm
partm nt gild that thorp wrro no vacnnri HAt
At th time of tho Bristow report whichnamed
named him on one of the Congrssmen whohaJ
had Isan ovrzMloiiH in getting favonfrom
from th Post Cffloo Department the General
eral sil I have not heard a profst fronmv
mv coiititi iav In twenty years whichis
is tin otlior famous Kelcliam storyHis
His tin llearr B Ketchan wh > In alawyer
lawyer In thin citv Was at the hospital atthetiiioof
the tIIIP of 1119 I rat h An thor son CharlesU
U Ketthaii is a member of tho Now YorkStock
Stock Rxchanfo The onlv other childU
U II daughter EtheL Mrs Ketohatn Isat
at the fHtnil liotiie in Doer Plains GonKetchan
Ketchan wins on of seven children HeI
14 Blrivwl Iiv Willlni S Oeorgo W JamesC
C and Mirris Ketcham Mrs Maria liButts
Butts of II w Aiijelert awl Elizabeth CKetchan
Ketchan of rooH fnSpeaer
Speaer Cnnn > n wa notified yerterdayof
of Gen Ketchan8 deab br a wire to Daasville
yule Iii It is understood that he willppolnt
ppolnt a Congress ur al committee to bopresent
present nt the fureinl whit h will takeplace
place on Wcdntbfav al terroon in the ValleyView
view Cemetf ry nt Dover Plains 1 he bodywill
will be taken to over Plains on Wednesday
day on a train which lea es atIIO
905 A M The Rev Thomas E VoRsarminister
minister of tho Baptist hurch and formerchaplain
chaplain of the lictli New York Volunteersit
lr which the dead man was Colorel willonduet
conduct the sfnlffs The pallhearrswill J
will bochrsen ham the civil war comradesof iof
of Gen Ketcham Iwo trom New Yorkcity icity
city will be Jr tte 1enry A OiWersleeool
01 the Suprrmo I owl und Dr 8 O COOKprteidert
prteidert of theVi feetSido Punk
ASHUNOIPN ov I The death ol GenKetcham I
Ketcham removes an IntrrHMtlrp characterfrom
from the balls of Congress lie had thedistinction
distinction of wrvlnp longer in the HCSUMJof
of RepresentatIves than uny other manwho
who was ever elected to tlmt tody OenKctrham
Kctrham was serving hH tseventc rth termand
and bad b > n renominatod for the elghtFenthterm Iterm
term Ith nevertcen terms to his credit GenKefham
Kefham e < llrBe the record of the lateNilUam
NilUam I > ITolmimof Indiana the saruhdog
dog of tho Treasury who served sljuTnterms
terms and also that of Charles O Neill andUilllam
Uilllam D IPiK lIOn Kello > of Penaylvania
ylvania each of whom served tlttecnrm
term S nAet Tox served fifteen termthre
three of them M a Representative fromOhio
Ohio and twelve from Now York BamuclI
I Randall of PPWIM Ivania MrvH fourteenwirtnu
Into Alfred D Htrrn r of Penn < IvaniaMved
Mved fourteen terms II H Hingham ofPennsylvaniathe
Pennsylvania the present Father of theRouse
Rouse bu served fourteen terms und hasbeen
been renomlnaled for a fifteenth HichardP
P Bland of Missouri served thirteen tormtti
ilodid also the late Robert H Kltt of IllinoisONeill
ONeill Kclley llarmer Randall and Dingran
hllin all represented Phifiulelplila dltrlcillIOt
ran rvKtmiifi 1fTcIIt1Is NItI Iamllr
Ktmiifi Mo llllan the Iark ConimlMilbnrr IIlwn
stoner the uiiiihlntePotoiipcepfstE
PordiiKKffPStE Nov 45flhtIel McMillan
Ian of utnam county ha iCfII nominatedIn
In place lot Gen John Henry KctcUmwMityw
uS the fl4puhlIcan CI1I11Udato for CongressIn
In the wMityw dltltriul 1116 comrn1tt
rnltt4e 0 till vacancieS was summoned fomeet
meet In U Jbany when news of the GeneralrfMtb
deathwa received nnd tonight wordoithl
> iYour
I fl IYour
Your prejudice against mechanicallypZOdUCel
produced muslo w1 dlsa pear once younear
bear B Regina Mulo ltox You eIlnhear
hear ono any time at our storeHcftn
Hcftn Muilo Boxes CS to K43KHftln
Hftln Chime Clocks512 to snoJlealD4
Btglna Purer PIanoe150 to nisnVictor
Victor Talktnc Machine mil tn sauoEdllOn
Edison Phonographs Hit to SBOOur
Our Broadway store la the home ofeverything
everything in musical Instruments oftho
tho presentBroadway
Broadway and Seventeenth StThe
The only manufacturers of music boxes InAmerica
waa received that Mr McMillan had beenagreed
agreed upon and that his name would bofiled
filed with the Secretary of State as soonas
as poigibleOfficial
Official notice will at once be given tothe
the ballot printers in the several countiesin
in the district to pepa o patn Thesewill
will be cent to the ballot clerks in eachelection
election district and placed in the tquarocontaining
containing he name of Gen KetchamItls
Itls believed that there will be time enoughbefore
before election to do the necessary printing
ing and distribute tho pesters by messengers
The committee to fill vacancies In theTwentyflrst
Twentyflrst Congress district Is composed
posed of George Etwelstyn and Lena ERgleHton
Hton of Dutches county E W lildta ofPutnam
Putnam county Fraik D Cole of Greencounty
county and Htnford W Smith of Columbiacounty
Tho news that Mr MuAIHIan had beennam
named wan received with surprise byRepublicans
Republicans hero Ho hall never beenactive
active in politics in thi4 Congress districtOne
One story wan that lea fvetchnniodeath
death was no surprise to nhr 1 Hunter
ter Dutclicfw countys Hvpubliain leaderThe
The story had It that Henrv Ketcham theGenerals
Generals non was called away while howas
was stumping the State with Mr HiicheHand
and that two da s ago he notified Mr Hunter
ter that his father could not live Therewas
was no general discussion or conferencenmoiitf
among the Republican leaders to agreeupon
upon a candidate In the event of hU drutllHamilton
Hamilton Fish of Putnam county wasasked
asked over the telephone if he knew MrMcMillan
McMillan He said that ho did not amithat
that he hud not heard of Get Hrtchamsdeath
death Mr Fish said that while hn liadnoer
lie pr met Mr McMillan ho had hranlof
of him as a Sew York gentleman who own
a farm between Hrewstef nnd farmelMr
Mr McMillan has never voted in Putnam
earn countv said Mr Fish He lives somewhere
where in Tho bronx I believe and vOtesin
in New York He is no active in politicohere
Judge Southanl another Putnam county
tho further infomiation
Republican supplitnl furher IlfoMlalon
tion that Mr McMillan recentl piirchiisedthe
the Meade farm at Luce MahupaoThe I
The committee of the Twentyfirst district Itrict
trict Congress convention mot nt Albanyyesterday
yesterday and sent this despatch dated
2 A M November 5 to the headquartersof Ior
of the Republican Congress campaign committee
mittee at the St James BuildingThe
The committee have selected to nilthe
the place left vacant hY the death or 0 < mKetcham
Ketcham Mr Samuel McMillan of Putnamcounty
county He was appointed during the administration
ministration of Mayor Strong on the jxirkboard
board Ho Is a warm friend and admirerof
of Theodore RooseveltSamuel
Theore McMillan is a banker whrinhomo
home In this city in at 702 Tremont avenueHe
He la vicepresident and a director of theHe
Bronx Banic and the Washington SinBk
Bank and a director in the Mutual BanIto kle
He ia president and director of the PelhamPark
Park Railroad CompanyCOYOTKSS
Three Have Expired Since the Opening ofHie
time CampaignWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON Nov 4Three candidatesfor
for Congress have die since the openingnf
nf the campaign all in the last four daysRockwood
Rockwood Hoar of Worcester Mass whowas
was a candidate to succeed himself fromthe
the Third dUtrict of lib State died on November
vember I Thomas S Uolanoy of Brooklyn
lyn Independence League candidate fromtlio
time Second Now York district died on thnttamo
Scond The third death was that ofJohn
John I Ketcham of tho Twentyflrst J ewYork
York district who died today
Representatives Hoar and Ketcham wereRepublicans
Republicans The district in which MrHoar
Hoar was a candidate was normally Democratic
cratic but 01 account of his great popularity
larity he would doubtle have been electedhad
had ho lived ton Ketcham was alsocertain
certain of reelection Sending biO bocklo
lo Congress lied become a habit among hisconstituents
constituents The death of Hi > pi > wntatlve
tlve hour makes the result In his dltrictdoubtful
lurMon Walworth Nwon irisuwiii 01 I hea
N 1 son Maniifacturiii Companr Ihcl ofpneumonia
pneumonia yefti relay moriiln u at ho hours illKa
at Seventysecond ret HeliailbrHilllfora
a week The 001 MonufacturlnK Companywas
was founded by henry It Worthlnirtoii nmlJwephW
JwephW Nasonliolh of whom were inyemotsC
C v Nason sucrnedwl his ruttier II I In linlIIPIW
lips anil was lilm clf an Inventor MrNaon
Na on was n member or the Soclelr of American
can Einflneers and rH ldent of the MotorHyclo
cat fllllecr He was also a member ot t hnNew
ryclo York le Atlantic acht clubs and ofthe
the Eaitport Coimtrr Chili He was uwWowcr
old widower without children Cllhj wus 17 yvnnold
oldChirlrs A Hark Ihl well known battlefield
field guide of Petersburg n died finldfiilryesterday
yesterday He was Uiorouuhly lamlliirwith
with the battlefields around IptersbiirK ftnnwas
was always sought hv toiirltti itd I nlonvptcran
WI around ihclines
veteran visiting to drive thrn orotund I
lines HB was widely Known throughout thoNorth
North East and WestWalter
brother of Willlam
Walter Williams Ienry n Wi
lam Leery jlaml Stte Jimiranre UrparUment
ment died ywterdny at Ills home In Klhmood
mood Hill Mr learv wui born In this cityrortr
rortr 11 ywirs aide lIP WM all art expertud
been coiiluc tcrt withK
ud had for limny years r0111 11
leaves widow studchildren
Kmdler t Co lio Bvl a HII
The WeatherTbe
The jircsmre was imuKtially hUb ruatertlaioret
over all tbc cnuntir eat of the Rock > Mouulalnnd
and over tbln entire Area the ether was emerally
erally fair avo for one or two dratlrrrd fhoninIntheXortliweMnndciii
In heorthwP llnd I the south AtUmllu rowThere
There waa a deprewlon romlnc In over the unrtbrrn
rrn Rocky Mountain districts causing warmerweather
weather In the Northwest section mil Ibrreals assalto
also a depression In the Southwest which hsd uleniency
leniency to cause colder neither over the eentriRocky
terleat t
Rocky Mountain States the temperatures totichlnsfreenai
freenai as far so4th Jt northern TeianIt
trerrall all the fsMernp
It was eenewlly warmer over III thl
rrne ly
except Jfew rngten l ntirrcIt
psrt of the country YRCI
It waa Bomewbal colderTreetlnK
I TreetlnK temperature continued over the trIIteU
districts riMtrn Canada and northmt New Enulund
In thli city the day tcu fair Ulehtly unnurrsfl
I fIr the early mommy winds generally northwesterly
westerly average hiimlillty 49 per rent twrnmrter
let rorrertcd to read lo sa level at s A M MJar
ar M anThe
I The temperature yenlenMy I reoinleil hIIbe
tilt ofllrlal thrinonnter IK shown In the diinjinlu
tsu 1501 td5 fs3l
tor 11
u A it I w t i xt ci w
12 M 1 SI1 W I IIC 1
1 1 M M IS MillIlliChlrst I ItIlmirtiursi
IlliChlrst ter i rutnri1 M at tH I 1ANIIlITO
Sor tiiitrrn Xtif Ior unit ftria Kngtitud filrIn
In tlnv sad to morrou light lo frtib norm irtn liKor
Seruauuml Itiur rIl
buulll liltrict of Coluiubla natleni lrnn ylvanln
and VI rrlnl
vanln New ler ey Delawarn Maryland
rlnl tilr tudii nnd to morrow IiIiI w1n 1 ttftIni
tat to ra > lfor
for weolern rrnu < ylvnla and we lern Xew Vorlcfair
fair wind to day and tomorrow fro U et t wiitbcattwind
System hail Been Highly Developed andHometlmeti
Hometlmeti a Arrest Cot a Woman ofthe
the Streets ai High as CHBLawyerTrideil
Traded on Friendship With the JudgeXo
Xo order issued by the Commissionerof
o Pollen In recent yiars has had a moreimmediate
immediate and marked effect in the policecourts
courts than that of Gen Blugham puttingthe
the plain clothes men In uniform It han hitthe
the professional bondsman hard Their revenues
enues have been cut almost to nothing Thereason
reason in that few women of the street a
now being brought before the MagistratesThis
This decrease old timers in the police cu
1 say Li sufltcient indication that most o thearrests
arrests of these outcasts were for the purposes
poses of graftIt
It in only within recent years accordingto
to those who are familiar with these courtsthat
that the process of extracting money fromdisorderly I
disorderly women was reduced to a smoothlymoving
moving 8 > teai Thit system had a itsmoot
most finished example the picklfs tru tTwo
Two law er the right kind of a Magistrateand
and one or more bondsmen completed theoutfit
outfit After that it was addition divisionand
and silence The silence extendedthe b ont
the group that made the money it sealedthe
the lips of the plundered ones A police curt
oRlcial explained the helplessness of thesewomen
women in this wayFrom
From the time the law takes a gripon
on them until they get clear of the courtthey
they are continually running against outstretched
stretched hands denied with money lustThey
I They aro victims of oppression and oxtortion II
I tortion while in the custody of the lawI
I They are robbed not only of all the moneyI
I they have but of their earnings for dayto
to come AH a result many of them liaveconfessed
I confessed tint they have to rob the Intoxicated
I toxicated themselves In order to pay theirpolice
I police court expenseIt
It is thin smoothly rolling system that
I Commissioner Hinglnms order has put outof
of gear When busimvH wan dull andthere
there was nIl of money tlv custom wasfor
for tho police captain or the sergeant whoKindled
Kindled thin kind of money to go into adeal
deal with a bondsman anti have 1 largenumber
number of arrests made for the ostpn iblepurpose
pllrp of cleaning up the precinct Thewomen
women would b brought in and releasedon
on ball by the sergeant The cost wasI
I Usually S3 tho bondsman Retting hU mOllryM
09 Ion M the women reached the otteriloor
door That bond mal > the women 3P
pear in the police court tho next morningOccasionally
Occasionally one would not npponr nndthen
then thorn wns a scurrvlne around o got I
substitute so that the KUI should not boforfeited
forfeited Many a woman Inn gone intocourt
i court to lie tlwd under n not her name tooblige
I oblige the bondimitiOnce
Once in the police ujurt I lio usual punishment
ment was t 5 tine making tho COlt of 1
rxst to the offender 10 of which the hondsman
Jan got S3 In recent year it was discovered
covered that tho money tuna lug methodhad
had not teen u mflCptpi With th righikind
kind of a Magistrate the bondsman coulddo
do u more i > rofitabIeliU8ineM than lie hadalrcndv
already done Ho lull have tInt MiiRistruti
truti < put the women under hon for goodbehavior
behavior for tu given tlinoThe
The foe for the bond was 10 rer cnt ofits
its face 120 for mu Zi bond and so on upto
to srti for a tOM bond which was atoui thelargest
largest impost > io one ever new thatpny
pny of these hOI were forfeited and hencethere
there won nb olUelvr no rick signing themiho
iho women mitt hi b arrested the nextweek
week for the tame offence but n onethoupht
thought of declaring the bond for gcodbehavior
behavior forfeited
1 he women take their medicine in silencennd
and their chief concern is to comply withthe
the demands made upon them in tho shortest
est possible time urn cpe Tney haveup
had to pay front S 11 for net bill lockltup
up in the station house over night Thencomes
comes a payment of from KO to V > forhand I
bond releasing them on their good behavior
1 1 hit would nm to have been enough tosatiify
satisfy a graft machine but isooti a newmeans
means of extortion appearedU
I It was discovered that thoo outcastshould
hould bo rerrHt > nte l by I lawyer on ththeory > >
theory It hat the finn may be rKiucecl rrlepiil
legal rights IMS preserved Formerly it wanconsidered
considered oliiiiit I rejection on a lawyereven
even II police court luwj FT to appear usounhel
I ounhel for women charged with loiteringor
or Njlicitimr who worn liable to u S 5 line orwho
who might b discharged Hut under thepressure
pressure of rapacity times changed inrecent
recent years and it became a matter ofalmost
almost daily recurrence to see a lawyerwliowj
whom fet might vary from Sio to SZ5 e
fending n woman cnargeil with loiteringThe
The right lawyer might get ns many as alessen
lessen of these cases in a day < PK himwhv
why he was willing to take up such businessand
and his reponxo would IwThe
The meanest wretch in the city is entitledto
to be reprc itit < Hl by counsel and haie hisor
or her intereiU safeguarded Ht Hut bar ofjustice
justice especially when an ovvrealouspoliceman
policeman makes a charfpi of crirri of whicliho
ho or she is innocent at least In this caseA
A different explanation is the right oneIt
I IH that by requiring these women to employ
ploy counsel the plunder machine maymak
Ilk still more money To that end aminor
minor long ngo went the round of theunderworld
underworld that a certain lawyer in tin uptown
town court was iho brotherinlaw of aMagistrate
Magistrate Mifii this Magistrate nat Inthat
that court arrests were nwreroiio Ho wasreputod
reputod to bo very wivero In hU Mntunc icould
that the whoculd
and the report WI only innfl
could lenmU that severity was his nlathohy
i > y marriago Tho lawyer was not relatedto
to the Magistrate In any way but the reportwent
went the rounds and is war currentA
A story that the women would 0 sentto
to tho Island unless he was employed wanthe
th means always of raising u rich crop in ufield
field that hitherto had been barren Thenames
names of another Magistrate and anotherlawyer
I I lawyer were also nlway coupled in thisfoheme
scheme of extortion and many 1 womanhas
1 has paid out scores of dollars through needles
les fright
Tho result has lieen that often one of theseanvst
arrests has east the woman AM high as 73
I 5 for the station house bond 2 for a lawyer
j yer and s for a bond They ore helplessas
I as noon as they get in the clutches of thdgang
I theirsavings
gang and they pay sometitros out of
I savings and of toner by pawning even theirclothing
Then the gairo Is to get their things outof
I of pawn by robbing tho unwary all towitisfy
satisfy tho demands of the machine whichonrtofn
certain Magistrates havo allowed to bo runin
in their courtsIt
I I Is cOllrt highly developed plundermachino
machino that Commissioner iUnghum hasput
put out of business by his recent ontirputting
putting plain clothes men in uniform Thefull
full effect of that order will not be felt untilthirty
thirty days from its issuance have expiredWhether Io
Whether the reduction of arrest whichhas
o has come will result in greater evils on thostreets
streets And n mom shatnelflM condition Isanother
another mutterIf I
If youHappen
to mis your train tobo
I bo lato to forgotBomathlng
Bomathlng you canalwaym
I always make a goodrecovory
Tale phoneNEW
t TUakkth
VI tlL Oa E wls UvKMAPE
The Safest and Most ReliableHOUSEHOLD
A Refreshing and Pleasant Aperient for Morning UseSole
Sole Exporters THE APOLLINARIS CO Ltd London
ov MURDER cuAnaaThe
The Couple Lived on Money Site DroughtIn
In and He Quarrelled with Her forNot
Not Giving luau 80 to Play ChrtityNulllvan
Nulllvan hloreHe Notified the PoliceA
A woman known 8 Mrs Maggie Gordonwon
won strangled to death in her room a frontone
one on tho ground floor of li Second streetbetween
between 1031 and 1 oclDoc Saturdavnight
night The police a first were not Inclinedto
to accept that theory of death but CoronerJuliiw
JulU Harburjer who was called whenthe
the bad 3 found raw several thimpt tomake
make him suspect foul play and ho oreredImautop
an autopsr Dr Schultz reportPd y wrterdayafter
after tanking the postmortem examinationthat
that there was no doubt that tim womanhad
had been murdered by stniiifculatiotiThe
The Coroner then committed the rnnnknown
known aa the womnnn husband AlexanderGordon
Gordon who had been arrested on suspicion
picion to tho Tomb without bail on ncharxo
charge of murder H < is 25 years oll undsa
sa I his wife was 1 Gordon is a brotherof
of Jacob Gordon a general contractor andman
man of moan who liven at 1121 Tintonavnno
avenue The BronxTwo
Two policemen wen rtamlinj at thocorner
corner of Second street ami tu Bowpraltout
about 1 oclock Kiturtla night whnnGordon
Gordon ran up to themWhere
Where can I gfnt a doctor Quick helpme
me my wife w llng he Nit One ofthe
the policemen ran with him the otherculling
culling nn nmbulancnThe
The police found the room in which thoGordons
Gordons lived scantily furnished It wasvery
very dirty also Them wins un old ironbed
bed a cheap mattress an iron cook stovea
a bureau two chain and some prints ontho
tho wall Tim floor wits covered withmuch
much worn oilcloth Whrn they notthere
there they found the womans body lyingon
on the bud fully clad save for tbu abM > nceof
of one shoo and stocking Tho Ambulancesurgeon
surgeon made a quick examination andgold
gold the woman was deadCoroner
Coroner Harbirgor reached the houseat
at 115 A M Ho made I careful frorchof
of the room Lying on the floor near thewomans
womans ahoo and stocking was 0 fivecent
cent piece Further search diselosedin so
in bill tucked behind a chromo on the wallAn
An examination of the body showed theneck
neck swollen and discolored with mamsmode
mae as if by finger nails the skin m1r1
broken in several plaN Gordon all thistime
time wan standing by volunteering information
formation He said he and his wife hadbeen
been or to Stauhs restaurant at 317Bowery
Bowery lor supper at 8 oclock nnd had returned
turned hOI They Mat around until halfpast
past 10 Ho rend the evening newspapersnnd
and she did some sfwiiiR He rempmlx > redthat
that about half PMt 8 she stuck her headout
out of thin window and talked with tliainnitors
innitors wifeHe
He saitlht went out a 10 3t to cot a pnckugu
age of cigarettes for her and got back ajew
few minutes before 1 oclock onlv to findher
her King choking and gasping on the bedThen
Then he called time polo
Coroner Harburger question Gordoncloecly
closely and was told that the couple hadcomo
como from Pittaburg two moiuliH ngoGordon
Gordon said he worked for his brotherthe
the contractor but mltiittwl Hint during
the two months ha l o In that house Imhod
had not worked very much Whatevermontv
mont had been made his wife IndbroiiKht
broiiKht in When questioned asto bow shomade
I made it ho merely Bhniggfd his shouldersPI
I The Coroner tmofkntd that iiu had netenclfresh
fresh nUcheK on his face as if iniidit by I
womans sharp finder nails Gordon lie
dar that he had never quiirrelltvl withhis
his wife N As the police hunted tho roomfor
for evidence Gordon watched them closelyand
and when they dug the SAO In bills frombehind
behind the picture on tho wall ho exclaimedIn
In Yiddish an equivalent forAll
All thats where she had it Thiswan
wan believed to be i err significantOver
Over at Stnubs restaurant time policefound
found three witnesses who told of 1 quarrel
eel the man und woman had while having I
their supjwr They almost came to blowsOne I
One of the witnesses said that Gonionwon
won upbraiding the woman for not haMnggiven
given him SO that day He with all therent
lIt of the Bower hud the tip on Christy
Sulliv as horse K o which won at Aqueduct
duct a 10 to land no certain had he beenof
of winning that he wonted to put ISO on thehorse
Thats all right the woman said to himwhen
when he kept recalling that it wan her kickof
of Judgment alone that kept them from
then having not only the ln but WOO additionalRut
thenHut bow many time did yon lose theI
money I lve you YOI can just shut up
I wont give you a cent she Aaid Theywere
were still wrangling when they left theplaro
The police and Coroner are convinced thatGorton I
Gorton was III 1 rage with the woman beratme Ical8
calico she had not given him the money toplay
play Sullivans homo and that when ho got
her home he decided t make her surrenderIt
It then They think hs tried t choke hnrinto
into submission and went too far Theypoint
point to tho shoe and stocking which hadn
been rmved and say that Uoruon probably
looked in the stocking as the mostlikely
likely place for tho money and not finding
it there lost his nerve as he realized that thnwoman
woman was dead and notified the plo
himself In the hope of diverting suspicionlie
lie WM kept waiting b1 Coroner 1111rbrgerl
burgers office while the autopsy was beingmado
mado and refused to talk When the reportfinally
finally came over the telephone from DrSchultz
Schultz that the woman hail bean murderedand
and the Coroner repeated it aloud Gordonout I
out hIs color and his hands shook Hewa
was a ghastly yellow whn told hit hewouM I
wouM be sent to the TonS without ballpending
pending this InquestI
I did not kill hcrl 1 runt know whoit
it want WDI his only commentThe
The hOI In which tin murder wascommitted
committed is a very old two story ircknow
now given over to chnap lodgings lacoliGoodman Irxlmn
Goodman has thii Inusp for It and No 11adjoining IAljolnlnj
adjoining and has no dlfllvulty in rentingthe
the twtnlvllvo rooms In thin two how > wfor
for good prices Thiu lonlons pild jjofor
for the one room amid the other liwlgersmost
most of them unrrwrriiil women pay fnproportion
It wan lass than two months ago thata
a murder of the Jack the flipper t pewan iwalt
wan committed almost opposite the houset
at A Second street Annie Moore wasfotin I
round utabbcd and mutilated and a niunwho
who passed all her hunbind IM now In theTombs
Tombs awaiting trial for her murder Coroner
oner Harburger Mint hit think a littlenolice
police attention to Second trt would notb
be wanted just now
Some stores have
Said to us The reason we do notwant
want to sell Home Silk Mills BlackTaffeta
Taffeta is because the profit uponit I
it is not as large as upon theblack
black taffeta we do sell If youinsist Iinsist
insist on Home Silk you will geta
a dollars worth of silk for a dollars
lars worth of moneyFRANK
jnnr nr FOOTpAnFound
Found llltniHf It Is Said In a Frrltfit CurArrested
Arrested lit Altoona Whit SmlColI Idlm
doiis an I Srntericel lIS VaKrantStory Ii
i Story Xnt < onllrnnil In Allonnai
i Won WM received in Newark yesterdaythat
that Frank L Hopkins who disappearedin IIn
in mysterious circumstances from NewarlJuly IJuly
July y last has turned up tit HinnptonJunction IJunction
Junction nt the home of his wifes parentswith iwith
with whom Mrs Hopkins ban lived inc < iher
her husbmidH disaprxtarunco Hopkins vns Iit
a nienibir of tho firm of Apgar A HonxinsbuiUling
building contractors nt il Green KtrtetNewark
Newark and on the day of his dlnapiHMrnnee
once according to tho roport mado to thoMonteliur
police ho lJttlme firms olliee to 110 toIlontclall I
Monteliur to payoff some laborers Ho dietlnot jnot
not reach MontclairWhen
When the charred skeleton of a hutniinbeing
being was discovered on Anbury Mountainnear
near Hampton Junction u few weeks ngothem 1
them wad a strong suspicion thit it wasthat
that of Hopkins who it was thought mighthave I
have been on his way to the homo of hiswifes
I wifes relative when he WOK murderedand
and robbed A letter received by MrsHopkins
Hopkins from her husband sent from aPeiuwyUnnla IPClU1I7h
PeiuwyUnnla city soon afterward dispelled
pelted tho suspicionCWef
Chief of Police Adams yettlrdayeehed received
ceived the following statement from Hampton
I ton nid to have bwii sent on tho authorityof
of his familyMr
Mr Hopkirw cpeut tine Sunday priorto
to his disappearance with his family Ontho
tho following Friday night Inly 20 hereturned
returned henna after a busy day and founda
a letter awaiting him from Mrs HopkinsHo
Ho at onco wrote a reply and diMringthe
the letter to go out by early morning mailleft
I left his home for tlm purpose of mailing ItIt
It WAS Into at night As ho was walkingalong
along a utr < < ot nt aware that any onowas
I was following him suddenly sonic perwindealt
dealt him a terrible blow on tilt head whichrendered
rendered him uneonsjiaiwFrom
I From that timo he was not consciousof
of anything tint twiifpirod until bo foundtint
I tint Iw was on a mavin freight tr inwlilch
which did not stop until it reached AltoonaPa
I Pa Here lie was taken fit > ni n box ear Inwhicli Iwhich
which he had been plncrd in u se niconpfioiw
pfioiw condition and vvus iiruiblo nt firxtto Ito
to give his nanio or any o plnnntion ofwhat
what had occurred < r tow ho canon to bothere fthre
Arrest < J hi was tniuiu to the policostation it1tou
station and when ho gnlnixl con riouMwssdiscoverrd
discoverrd that h hid been robbed of JM ngold IIto
gold watch and chiln and all his ciotliiniexcept IflCPpt
except his pants shoe and shirt Theindex
index finger of his left hand was badlymangled I
mangled and his head WM InjurtddllJpldatoo Adilapidated
dilapidated loa I containing n bottle ofwhl
whl key was thrown Into the oar The policojustice I
justice refused to receive his xplmirition
After lagging to be allowed o writ toMm I
Mm Hopkins his request wn Kriiilvd butthe
the letter was never reeeiveii mithnr wasthe
the one he intended to mail lImit night hewon I
won attacked He was taken ns a trampand iand
and sentenced to hard labor at bivaklngstone
Upon being released Mr Hopkins mariehis
his way to n town when he met an acquaintance
quaintance of years ago who rendered himassistance
assistance and gave him a recommendation
tion by which he oltninrd work as ndraughtsman
draughtsman and thereby earned mffidentfunds
funds to if turn home Vr llo Idus had
heard nothing of iho excitement can seelby
bv the finding of the skeleton on suury j
Mountain and be knew nothing of the annoyani
noyani Mo Hopkins had been IIUhJechllto
to in the investigation of thAt CHSAAVTOOKA
AVTOOKA Pa ov 4 othing is knownof
of the arrest of Frnnlc I Hopkins here > noccurrence
occurrence ouch on is destrUct Is remembered
beredTHREAT j
OCT t1Cflon learns How lnfuuniUilnuniors
nuniors 4row In Cuiinpnml
pnml IaMt Iitnyatrh TUB vnHAVANA
HAVANA Nov IGOT Magoon receiveda I
a message lout night from Gen rtotaiicoiirtan Iun
an xrolel leader that Then costa was ntArroyo I
Arroyo Arena near Havana and thatModerate I
Moderate under Pedro Delgado at Morininfendnl
intended to attack Gen AcoM i CcnMagoon
Magoon decided to look into the matterponondlly
ponondlly He went to Arroyo reimsaccompanied
accompanied by Gen Bell nnd Owi Bet ancourt
court and visited len Acoxtit mind fountthat
that the Istt rc lent of aitwk wes unfounded
The party then went to Pimti flaivnvvlierc
vvlierc they arm viii ut iniililglii Thoylearned
learned that Dolgndn wu in lath n liviiand
and that overyl lung wits iiuirt Thn nlThlrserved
served ns an objicl lisittt m tit Cuvornnrwho
who learned how iiiifoumlc rum ire nrnvignillid
nvignillid A n rfin hud twt < nt > onr iuurnnd
urnnd mrn with him Tho whI < ilwtriotIs
Is perfectly < iuu ilit I
lit A til nf tin flrrniin lli ftill tFor
For the licineflt of thn German HoHpltuISociety
Society of Brooklyn the comic opera ThoRoil
Roil Feather la to U prmlucnl at th < jMnjfAtlo
Majestic Theatre In thut borough on November
remlxr 12 13 II and 15 MIss CberldA
Slrnpsouwiil take the lending part andttMre j
bare will be a chorus of sixty voice
1 C
1 aI C =
d 4The
I l
The Stor WM Be Open All Day TuesdaySafesBanister
p I PV
ii SafesBanister Shoes for Men
600 700 800We
We did not hyphenate our name with thatof
of Banister until we knew as much asBanister
Banister knows of what goes into theshoes
shoes and what does not We also knowabsolutely
absolutely that the Banister shoe hasspent
spent upon it more headandhandwork
work than any other shoe in the marketWe
We know that everything is the best of the bestthat
that makes the Saks Banister shoe When you knowit
it our task will be overAll
All otherspotent and dull all styles of toesheels
heels and soles all models button lace and Bluchercloth h
cloth or leather linedSpccMItt
Hipt nkg Qnmpnuij q lrfrSpccllIt
SpccMItt In Apparel for Men Women and ChildrenAUmtut
I 0
The Correct Effect in ShoesQjrnmon
Common styles cease to be good stylesLook
Look in the windows at the hundredsol cheaphoes
shoes and you will see the shces ol the greatcommon
common majority Look at the refined exclusive
sive styles of theL
L French Shriner UrIier
Shoes SSV
V J 5oo and Upwardand
and you will see the styles ofWWTt
WWTt he correct dressersThis
uuO This elegance of shapehowever
however does not effect the cost Every cent ofthe
the price goes for builtin quality Slop in thenearest 1nearest
nearest of these stores todayta
ta IrMinir near Utcrtr MS Iruwsy uner PrnUlouti
ira tTM Mir kt nu and 12 in w 424 SI aur fwtrJtt
Jtt sad 5tI FLies St BrMUra IKJ CbetlMt SI PbMiild 111A laAXIcItltbfuutusOt
Atuclr tljrouthnul the Unttnl Stale
Hliod Hern Tousling the Mikado In TooJlueh
Much Sake but Knrvv JluJUtuTom
Tom Hiashi and Ray Kamichi a butlerand
and clerk respectively both Joixinespwhosail
wbo sal l they lived at 41 East Nineteenthstreet
street were arralgneJ in the Tomb policecourt
court ywterduy on a charge of intoxication
tion and resisting the police John Gihatlie
the cop who appeared against them Ha idtliat
that about 5 per cent intoxication nth
93 per cent resistance to blue coaled authority
thority would bo a fair proportionTom
Tom and Ray had been celebrating thnMikado
Mikado birthday Saturday night nndadmlttoi
admlttoi having imbibed much sake Invarious
various Japanese restaurants They gotto
to the Chatham Square station of the elevated
vated about midnight shouting banzaUfor
for the Emperor and singing the nationalJapineso
Japanese hymnNow
Now cut that out finally orderedPollcemin
Pollcemin Oibn laying his hand on theshoulder
shoulder o Hiashl who was at least a footshorter
shorter thin the cop and fifty pounds
lijhter Hiaihi said something rtaocatoiu
I iu Kiimachl jumpei back gave the oop aaprxwhng
yank 1i7 the lurn anti a push and Glba wentIIpnwhnll
aprxwhng off the platform and to te trackGiba
I Giba quickly cliinh oil bock but renews lI
the char o only when his whittle brouciitfour
I four more cops putting up the etars Thetow
tow passencre present then had the flimtkind
kind of A ten minute exhibition of Occldontallrawn
I lrawn ptted acainst Oriental cunning
The tiny Jape wore like eela in eludingthe
the heavy nopaTimo
Timo after hmo a heavy night stick wanbrought
brought down nn a Jap head only the beadwns
was not there The Jp In retaliationwould
would duck give the cop a yank 4 IA Jill
j Iso and make him bowl The poligaBut
finally conquered by sheer avolrdupolaWhat
What tuko five cop to bring 10 thatpalr
pair imalced Zlalllltrate Finn In dISIllIt
But Ihy used Jew justice on ui jeer
Honor sH GiiuThats
Thats a new ono on met I wondcwhet
whet is Jew justice asked Battery Dan
Oh ho means jiujitsu Judre eposup
up Clerk Cliarlny An thus tbe most versatUciork
clerk in the police courtWell
Well Ut em have a little American
jiiHtcu to cure their Jew justice Three
dollars each said the Matristrate Tompuid
hold both lines out of a 73 roll
= l
For Men and Women u l
tr 4Q II 500 jggUncomfortable IUncomfortable
Uncomfortable shoes aro a const1ntDo
Do You Believe nightmato We cannot forget our feetin
in Signs If they hurt U8 > Yot theres a charmagainst
against discomfort In good fittingshops
11 A t l7l IIIItfiJ Ieai comfort In shoes means anion
I hyhsIkftp l lht teouL ease > w > 8 when you do think otnightman
nightman tut YOU fCL3t that you bogln to aporeOAteyour
your Crosaetta most Their style andstrength
strength aro equally evident
1270 BROADWAYlmbev3g1s
lmbev3g1s fi
Im 0I I
I it

xml | txt