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irfrVwiMllfaMa to get at the sailor oa aocount
count of thn crowd and fire their revohrenhi
hi i ha air vyhenthey got Carlson to the
Clyirrr str eC station he bad been beatenon
on tim hnnd and bodyrwn
1 1 ii I rwn VEX SENT TO JAILT
T lllhrrs Get A wsy Because Girls Testlmimy
t I mimy it NotF CorroboratedThe
I I I
I J The Court of Special Session gave up aIHTRW
4 I IHTRW part of It I time yesterday morning t
1 Q t I considering crimps against girls Paul JI
I I J I Mphmidt 20 years old a blacksmith ofi
i J t 1171 Hocond avenue was sentenced t oneyrnr
I yrnr In thn penitentiary Schmidt wasrunviclH
I I I runviclH on the testimony of elevenyearold
I t1 g old Catherine Kennedy who lives In theMirm
I II rl Mirm hoiiNOTluytrstimony
b4 1 Tluytrstimony convinced the Court thatwhilntnn
1111 whilntnn girl had not boon injured phYIIj
It 1 rally them was an attempt to Impair aminor
4 minor morale Tho girls testimony wasorrol
I < orrol > orated by her auntAQton
f AQton Le Vnnt 45 yearn old I laborert
ll t of W P6 West Thirtysixth street wan sentto
to llm workhouse for six months on thetestimony
> 11 r testimony of two iifteenyearold girlsAn
V 1 I An aged Italian shoemaker named Gasi
i j ant of St AIDI avenue and Hd strt
i tho hither of night children was the next
I defendant Two girls 7 and I year oldhaving
oEhaving
appeared nlolnst him They told 0t
Rprard
t having visited his shop in a basement andof
Is of receiving oandy and pennies from himf
f II 1 A man livingacross the street gave testimony
I mony in corroborating them The cal
was postponed until tomorrow t get thetestimony
I testimony of the policeman who made thenrrrst
0 nrrrstTwo
l Two other cases against Italians weredismissed
I Jt dismissed because nobody appeared againstI
II IpI I IIP defendants but their Hale victimswho
tT who were from 5 to 9 yearn old The lawmakes
t i makes It necessary to have the testimonyof
I P 1 of very small children children who donot
V not know the nature of an oath fullycorroborated
q corroboratedRThn
i + RThn aflloer of the Children society andF Ifl
I fl Court as indicated by their questionswere
I I were convinced that the two men wereguiltv
4 i guiltv of shocking crimes but under theTELLS
I I 1 law the Court had to discharge themI
1 11 TELLS mitCEVKS WHAT TO nor
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I l llornUKli Inspector Flood Discusses PoliceOnly
t Only nttli nf Hundred Brooklyn CoP
1 Five hundred policemen who were offduty
duty yesterday afternoon gathered InI
I I I t Prospect Hall South Brooklyn to hearBorough
1 Borough Inspector Flood discuss policerluty
t duty and how it should be performedThe
J The meeting won arranged by First Deputy
q Commissioner Arthur > I OKeeffe whohad
had a long conference with the inspectors
it on Monday < md told them to talk directlyto
f I to their men and point out the beat man
i I to stop the wave of crime The talkwill
will he continued every day this week untiltJw
eery
tJw BoroughInspect has addressed ever
I JRhlnlPto
f 1 policeman Brooklynt in the boroughs of Queens andBrooklyn
1 t I ts Crime Committee fall onMrOowan
4 MrOowanA
1 I A delegation of the Central FederatedInion
1 r IL Inion called yesterday on acting MayorJMcGowan
1 I JMcGowan for the purpose of submittingtwo
t two suggestions on a moans of affordingnore
l 1 I 4 i norf protection from what they calledthe
iF 1 I the crime wave One of their suggestions
H eetions was that the herr should employ
ploy a large staff of special deputies t
i f patrol the streets and the other was t
I place at the disposal of the authoritiesan
an many of the unions members a mightie
t ie needed should the Mayor think It necrsary
rsary to organize some sort of a neI
I I i volice force Mr McQowan thanked thecommittee
1 t committee for It offer but told his caller
I that he thought that the Police Department
I ment was fully able to cope wth the siturn
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urn lionSIK
f1 r RtonI
1 SIK PLEADS TO RE DEPORTEDImmigration
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1 Immigration llnrrmn Stamped by HlncnlarRpnuptlrom
Rpnuptlrom New YorkWASIUNOTOX
I ° WASIUNOTOX Aug 8An unusual ret
t I ii quest was received at the ImmigrationJlureau
I Jlureau today when a letter wan receivedTrom
Trom an Austrian woman in New York cityflaking
fI flaking that ehe be deported She wroteJhat
1 that shewan ill in a hospital that she wasWithout
I Without funds and had three children D
t I jportation cannot b ordered in the caseUnless
Unless the woman is here in violation oflaw
f Ii law An inquiry to determine the factalias I
i i lias been orderedAITOMORILE
I 11 AITOMORILE OYERTlRXSifell
er ifell Into a Ditch on Amsterdam A enulj
ik and Two Men Were HurlAn
4 i 1 An automobile owned by the ContinentalAsphalt
i1 t Asphalt Paving Company in which fourjnen
1lf jnen were riding went down AmsterdamVtvenuo
II Vtvenuo so foot last night that BicyclerPoliceman
I 1 rPoliceman Emde gave chase The chauffeur
II ll t feur tried to make sudden turn at 107thI
I r street and the machine went into a ditchand
t and overturnedI
I I 4 I John Ellingsworth of 050 Columbus aveI
I I nuo was taken to the J Hood Wright Hospltal
I tal unconscious Thomas E Wynne of
r q 11 116 West 100th street sustained cuts whichwere
I I were dressed by Ambulance SurgeonKretching
J fl Kretching frank Weigand who refusedhis
1 hil address escaped injury a did thedriver
I J driver Frank Lm Lomi disappearedafter
I I after the accident Tho policeman saidthat
that the car wan going forty miles an hourwhen
j when ho went after ItJlflfS
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JlflfS PEA R TO STAY 4T HOMEtVhllr
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1 tVhllr Her Husband Ii Up North She willt
t at t Keep House on Katie IslandvHMi
I 1 vHMi toMe Aug flMrs Robert EPeary
i t wife M the explorer will remainthis
II 4I this fall and winter at her cottage on EagleIslanda
I 1 Islanda desolate rocky bit of land In CascoBay
3 Bay live miles from shore Mrs Pearystwo
I two children Marie aged 11 and Robertlr
> lr aged I will be with her AntonioGome
age old Spanish servant who hasbeen
been the major domo of the Peary household
I hold for ten yearn with his wife and fivechildren
II children abo will b thereMrs
I Mrs Peary expects tORo by train toSydney I
I Sydney Cape Breton where the Kooseway
T vel her husband ship will touch on theWRY
t 1 way north She will bo there only n shortlime
3 tlml
I MORE CHINESE ARRESTEDH
H mil nil Police frt Two More Tons Men forChinatown
tI Chinatown ShootingBOSTON
4 BOSTON Aug ODong Buck Lin and Yl1J
I King were arrested today making nineChinese
I Chinese including Mock Duck t b arraigned
raigned August 13 on charges of murderIn
A In connection with a shooting in BostonsChinatown
Chinatown last Friday night
9 Iinga New Yorker was found in Portsmouth
mouth N I and brought to BostonDong
Dong Buck Lin waa captured in a houseon
tt I i on Montgomery street this city Hesaid
Ij I said ho lived in Lynn Shortly after no waslocked
r locked up a white woman tried to bal
k out the prisoner Her efforts were vainLeo
1 Leo hei Nom died at the Emergency
Hospital today making four deaths forwhich 1
which the Hip Sing Tongas held responsible
i ble Two more Chinamen are expectedfo I
1 fo dleanaresult of the shootingthat
L BYR from Quincy told the police toaythat
that they had seen several Chinese In amedow
I meadow there recently shooting at tin pieplates
L plates nn targets They are thought togive
f f give rl olvlrs been tong men learning to use theirrevolvers
I One Eyed Yrggman Hla > erJames
I I t James Courtney a yeggman who isUriown
C Uriown as Leadvilie Jimmy was arraigned
raigned yesterday before Judge FosterinOrnrrnl
I inOrnrrnl Sessions of havingmurdered
1 inUfnrrll Rslon on a charge havinl
murdered Carrie Kngelhnrdt in tho > asemcnt
I mcnt of house in Delnncetrlpl
r 1 disorderly Delanceyutrept
a street on October 7 IWXCourtney
I D r Courtney was arraigned in the clothe
he got raving Han Quentin prison wherenn
I FI nn has Just finished I term for Rnothlr
I f humicido HP ban only one eye and is anunpleasant
unpleasant looking He
V unplralnllooklnlranIRyrr HoyleadCInot
I not guilty and Lawyer Maurice B BlumonI
I thaI was unsigned to defend himc Dumon
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ONLY CURIOUS NQT L A MOBSIGHTSKEIMJ
SIGHTSKEIMJ PART SCAltKHWHEN
WHEN AUTO KILLED HOYIt
It Was o the tower Bait Hide and VisitorsHad
Had Been Heading the NewspapersNo
No Demonstration The Boy HadBeen
Been ftteallnt a HideDriver ArrestedThe
The sixteen out of town folk who < climbodInto
Into one of the big green toiifIpcars atthe
the Bartholdi Hotel yesterday morningfor
for a sightseeing trip through tho lowerEast
East Side got more than their mon Y1
worth They saw a small boy knockedunder
under one of the heavy wheels observedtbe
the quick formation ol a frenzied moband
and almost had heart disease wbenslght asightseer
sightseer from Arkansas thought be heardone
one of tho Infuriated oltiMns say something
thing about lynching some oo
The mob was only one of those EastSide
Side gatherings of the curious which formsat
at the slightest provocation and was asharmless
harmless as a feather but the sightseerswerent
werent taking any chances and chose toride
ride to the Eldredgestreet station when thechauffeur
chauffeur was taken thereThe
The automobile driven by Meyer Kluahkin
kin of 107 West Fortysixth street got t
Chryatle street at about noon The megaphone
phone man W D Hamilton was busytelling
telling them they that were approachingtbe
tbe heart of the Ghetto when one ofthe
the sightseers drew his attention to acrowd
crowd of small boys who were stealingrides
rides from every part of the machine thatwith
offered a foothold HarnIton loaned overwith
with his megaphone and gave such a roarthat
that the boys who didnt Jli jumped offTony
Tony Pasquerati of 84 jump tbenineyearold
nineyearold son of I bootblack on oneof
of the nearby corners was riding on theaxle
axle He feU under the ten inch rearwheel
wheel The wheel struck his head squarelyand
and crushed itWhen
When the East Slders crowded aroundthe
the machine the sightseers who had heardabout
about the wave of crime grabbed theseats
seats with both hands ready to hold out
against the mob Home of the moretimid
timid ones even crouched under the seatsThe
The coolest man in the automobile was thedriver
driver who apparently had been in sucha
a predicament beforePoliceman
Policeman Cannon and Sergeant Cliffordof
of the Eldridge street station got theirclubs
clubs out when they saw the size of thocrowd
crowd but when they mingle with ifthey
they found it was harmless They wantedto
to have the sightseeing party disbandedright
right there so they could take Kluahktn tothe
the station house but the passengerssaid
said they would rather b arrested thanturned
turned loose in the crowd The driverthen
then took the car to the station houseand I
and from there the megaphone man tookthe
the front seat and guided the sightseeingparty
party back to the Bartboldi HotelKlunhkin
Klunhkin was released in II500 by theCoroner
CoronerCOXDEMXIXO
COXDEMXIXO FOUL MILK CAXSThe
The New Inspectors Get to Work at XCMtral VCentral
Central MIlk DepotChapter
Chapter 610 of the agricultural law asamended
amended on July 18 became effective lostnight
night twenty days after the enactmentof
of the amendment This amendment provided
vided for the seizing of all milk canl thatare
are returned empty and dirty from citydealers
the thisnew
dealers to country dairymen By
new law the town milk dealers must cleanall
all cans before returning themThe
The new law provides for the creation ofinspectors
inspectors to see that these cans arereturned
returned cleaned The inspector werepromptly
promptly created and were on tbe job lostnight
night at the milk depot Thirtieth streetand
and Tenth avenue from which place 7000empty
empty nightE cans are shipped up the State eachnight
E 1 Burke chief of the bureau or dairyproducts
products of the State Department of Agriculture
culture wan at the station with Henr
Kroacke deputy commissioner JSayles ESaylen
Saylen secretary of the New York mil
committee was also on hand to see whathappened
happened A lot of Inspectors arrivedwith
with small augers tack hammers andaluminum
aluminum them tags which have printed onthem
thtm
themCondemned Department of Agriculture
cultureOnly
Only 600 cans had arrived at the stationby
by midnight The inspector said they expected
pected to find many unclean cans Whenthey
they do they will bore a little hole tack theAttorneyGenerals
condemned tag on atid then report to tbeAttorneyOentrals
AttorneyGenerals officewill The latter orcewi
will take up the cases andget after the milkdealers
dealers who were so indiscreet as to sendback
unclean Thedealers
back to the farmers unlrn cans
dealers must not ship back rusty canseither
eitherDeputy
Deputy Commissioner Krackey had examined
amined 400 cans of milk up t midnight Hesaid
said that one out of ever ten was foundto
to be dirty Floor sweepings stale breadparticles
particles of meat and other foreign matterwere
were found In them The name is taken ofeach
each local dealer who sends back the dirtycans
cans and suits will be broughtHVXT
HVXT FREIGHT CAR ROnBEttSDetectives
Detectives In a Fight With N Y CentralDeadheads
DeadheadsFreight
DadhedlFreight
Freight cars of the New York CentralRailroad
Railroad have brl plundered near theSpuyten
Spuyten Duyvll yards in the last two weeksand
and about 120 worth of goods stolenThe
The despatchers office here got wordfrom
from Peekskill last night that two toughlooking
looking men were on a freight bound forthis
this city Detectives Trainor and Ryanboarded
boarded the freight at Spuyten Duyviland
and when I had moved on locked up thetwo
two menOnedrew
Onedrew n revolver on Trainer Trainorgrappled
grapple with him and got the gun 1 but thenobo
hob crook managed to roll off the trainThe
The other crook followed suit before Ryancould
could get to him The train was going
20 miles an hourThe
The train was stopped and the detectiveswent
went up the tracks but could not find theirmen
men Later they rounded up at 194thstreet
street four men that were coming in on amilk
milk train and who had fought the traincrew
crew when It tried t put them 0JDFnf
ORDERS HifiORED LIVES LOSTVYrerk
Wreck o Southern Railway by Hud OnMeeting
Meeting of TrainRAIKIOII
RAIKIOII N C Aug 6 Overlookingtrain
train orders was responsible for the loss ofthree
three lives the wreck of two locomotivesand
and the burning of eleven freight cars tonight
night on the Southern Railway1 near Auburn
burn eight miles east of Raleigh Thedead
dead are W C Parker the engineerof
of the freight train Fireman Young andJack
Jack Bethel colored fireman The oodyof
of the negro was recovered but the other
are still In the burning wreckage Manypassengers
passengers sustained minor injuneaThe
The wreck was c ldby a hen donmeeting
meeting between a pasuenger and freighttrain
Conductor C M Oakeaand
train Cnductor Oakel Engineer
neer W C Rlppey of the passenger trainassume
assume the blame for tha wreck Baying theyforgot
forgot their orders Rippey was slightly
hurtHecretary
Secretary Wilson Mill In Hart HealthPORTLAND
PORTLAND Ore Aug 0 Secretary ofAgriculture
Agriculture Wilson who arrived here onSunday
Sunday Is still ill at h hotel and declinesto
to see any one CPI Wilson the Secretarys
said that his father contracteda
tarys son eld tbat hl father ontrcda
a severe cold on his tripfrom Puget Soundto
to Portland and that he had passed a restless
less nightGunning p
Gunning for a Chief ef PoliceWltKKsnABRK
WltKKsnABRK Pa Aug 6The secondattempt
attempt in two weeks to murder Chiefof
of Police Wellke of West Berwick wasmade
made early this morning As he waswalking
walking through the foreign quarter inVest
West Berwick A shot was fired at himfrom
i from behind He fired In return but didnot
not a any era r >
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ATTACK STAXDARD OIK HEREBonapartes
Bonapartes Npeolal Awlntant coming toJamestown
Jamestown Up the StateCIHCAOO
CIHCAOO Aug 8Tbe next point ofattack
attack uponthe Standard Oil Companywill
will be at Jamestown V Y This becameknown
known tonight following closely uponthe
the departure from Chicago of O E Paginspecial
special asslstantto AttorneyGeneral Bonaparte
part Attorney Pa gin left for Jamestownto
to draw new Indictments on charges ofreceiving
receiving rebates on shipments from therefineries
refineries at Oloau N Y to points In theVermont
Vermont and Maine fieldsSubposnas
Subposnas were Issued today In thei
I cases against the Chicago and Alton Railroad
road and the Standard Oil officers andsummonses
summonses were sent out rounding upthe
the sixty venlremen who are to appearon
on August 14 t be drawn upon for the Federal
eral Grand Jury that will pass on the Indictments
dictmentsDistrict
District Attorney Sims would not makepublic
public the naB of those to be subpmnaedbut
1 but it is practically certain that
prlaUy crain that amongthem
them will be H E Felton president of theUnion
Union Tank Line a Standard Oil companywhich
which furnished cars for the shipments ofoil
oil from Whiting Ind to East St Louisi
Fred A WanD former genera frlht
agent of the Chicago and Alton and E EDolaDde
Ilollands chief rate clerk of the Chloagond
and AltonTbe
The departure from Chicago of District
Attorney Sims to believed t have aom I
thing to do with the coming investigationof
of the Chicago and Alton Special Assistant
James B Wflkerson Spl to thistorney
morning leaving th D trlot Atoryomo
office In charge of Assistant District At
try Robert W CblldsIt
I was reported that Mr Sims was onoffices
his way t Washington t met Attorney
General Bonaparte This wa denied by
Mr Chld and th other assistants ID theoO
oO Former United States District At
torney Morrison now special Governmentt
prcntor In tn Standard Oil case at
St Louis wee in the District Attorneysoffice
office today and had a talk with Mr ChlldsFORAKER
FORAKER OX THE DiG FIXE8ays
Says He Helped to Do It by Ills ActivityIn
In Elklns Law MatterCAMBRIDGE
CAMBRIDGE Ohio Aug 6 Senator For
ker in a speech which he made here todayspoke
spoke of the fine Imposed on the StandardOil
Oil Company by Judge Landls In Chicagolast
last weekOf
Of tbe more than one hundred casesbrought
brought against railroads corporationsand
and shippers in the last two years ever
one including the one in which the Standard
dar was heavily fined last Saturday wasbrought
brought under the Elkins law which Ihelped
helped to frame and pass said the SenatorThe
The greater part of his address herewas
was devoted to a defence of his publiccareer
career Ho discussed the joint statehoodthe
the Brownsville riot and the rate law controversies
troversies Ho declared that if he II to beeliminated
eliminated for voting an his conscienceand
and best judgment dictate simply b
cause three times in which not policiesbut
tme
but mere incidents were at stake he differedfrom
from Roosevelt then he didnt desire toreturn
return t public lifeHe
He referred t the joint statehood caseand
and said that he understood that the President
dent now felt that bin former stand ontho
tho question was foolishWhen
When asked whether he was a candidatefor
for the Presidential nomination he naidNo
No one should be a candidate for s highan
an officeAs
As to Senator Tillmans challenge fordebate
debate on the rate quentionSenator Forakerpaid
paid the highest tribute to Tillmnns abilityand
and Integrity but said that unless thematter
matter won brought up in the Senate hewould
would not turn aside from other issues todiscuss
discuss the rate questionSQUARE
SQUARE DEAL FORWashInlea STAXOARDrWashington
Washington Discerns Utile Virtue In MrA
A nhbolds ProtHASRNGTONAug
WASHINGTON Aug e Exception is takenhere
here t the statement of VicePresidentArch
Arch bold of the Standard Oil Companythat
that in the preparation of the Smith rprt
port the Standard did not get an opportunity
tunity t b heardI
I might say declared an officer whorefused
refused to permit his name to b used inthis
this connection that in everyvstep wehave
have taken in our efforts to get at the fact
concerning the operations of the StandardOil
Oil Company we have met deception inmen
01 Cmpny met deepton
men and deceit in methods I might useshorter
shorter my meaningIn and uglier worut but you will catchmy
In the inquiry made by the Governmentprior
prior to the Institution of suits in the rebatecases
cases which resulted in the Standardbeing
being fined 29240000 the officers syStdar
Standard Oil representatives absolutelydenied
denied that rebates had been paid Theycame
came near making good in their assertionsand
and the Government was about to abandonthe
the prosecution when special agents Accidentally
dentally ran across the bills of lading inthe
the Alton caseIt
It was shown beyond a doubt it is saidhere
ller that false and misleading scheduleswere
were filed with the Interstate CommerceCommission
Commission by the railroad company Thentbe
tbe Government decided to go aheadWe IWe
We discovered that the Standard refineries
fineries overe product to its ownmarketing
marketing companies at an enormousprofit
profit said an officer and that themarketing
marketing company was in all probability
ity devised In anticipation of just suchinquiries
inquiries as are now being mae Whenwe
w advised the Standard representativesof
avs
of our discoveries they told u that Itmade
made no difference what the profitsof
of the concern were that we were meddling
dling and prying into matters that weshould
should not touchLA
LA FOLLETTE SOLlKS ITFine
Fine the Big Corporations Half Their Property
erty for Violations of IAWOMAHA
OMAHA Neb Aug 8Te fine imposedupon
upon the Standard Oil was not to heavyand
and It is to bad that an Imprisonmentpenalty
penalty could not b applied to the officersof
of that corporation said Senator La Folletto
letto today In a lecture before the BellevueChautauqua
Chautauqua No fine could b to greatfor
for such a crime The Standard will makethe
the people pay that fine Tho corporationitself
itself never will let that much money goout
out of Its coffers it must come from thepeople
peopleCan
Ca lhisbe remedied Certainly Suppose
pose for example that the punishment fora
a violation of this law were made to bo afine
fine of onehalf the corporations entireproperty
property for the first offence and tho otherhalf
half for the second offence Do you thinkthey
they would risk breaking the laws with sucha
a penalty threatening them I dont b
pnaly principle of vested rights wouldstand
stand In the way of the passage of such anact
act I the conviction was held upon sufficientevidence
evidence It will stand and consequentlytbe
tbe fine We do not really need any moreantitrust
antitrust IW The Sherman act Ci sufficient
cent I en form
OHIOS OOVERXOH ILLAndrew
Andrew k Harris Taken With Pneumoniaat
1 Encampment of War VeteransCLEVELAND
CLEVELAND Aug 8 Andrew L HarrisGovernor
Governor of Ohio was taken seriously illof
of pneumonia while attending the Stateencampment
encampment of the United Spanish WarVeterans
Veterans at Defiance today He was sentto
t the State Hospital in Toledo Word tonight
night from Toledo said the patient wasresting
resting comfortably and would probablyisra
revernra
tiara Illlser Betrothed to Capt herSftcM
SftcM tahle neipatc In Tea SriLONDON
LONDON Aug nfh betrothal in aneunced
eunced of Clara daughter of the lateDouglas
Douglas Huger of New York t Capt Leef
f the Twentieth Hussars
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A substantial aid tosuccess
success in any venture is theway
way it looks on paperWhen
When our imprint appearson
on your securities you have theputisfaction
p putisfaction of knowing theyhave
have been printed by a concern
cern whose work ha been 1standar
standard of excellence for morethan
than a centuryWe
We also do lithographingand
and type printing of ever
descriptionAmerican
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Philadelphia Boston St LouisAtlanta
Atlanta Baltimore PitUburfFAKE
FAKE DEEDS FOR lUlL BOXDSDlstrlot
Dlstrlot Attorneys OBoe Looking Into tbeTransfer
Transfer ef C B Applebys Poe
Charles Edgar Appleby came from hitsummer
summer home at Glen Cove L 1 t theTombs
Tombs police court yesterday to prosecutetwo
two men for perjury Mr Appleby is 88years
years old but In very vigorous It was histhird
third trip t that court In the case but heis
is determined to keep after the defendantsTbe
The prisoners are John Bough who lathe
the proprietor of a Bowery saloon andPatrick
Patrick J Moore who was a searcher forthe
the Title Guarantee and Crt CompanyBoth
Both are charged with having forged MrApplebys
Applebys name to a bogus deed transferring
ring two houses and lots at 8M and 83GEleventh
Eleventh avenue to one Edith StonebridgeThe
The deed was need subsequently b Boughas
as a basis for a criminal court bond businessTbe
Tbe matter was laid before tbe DistrictAttorney
Attorney who assigned Mr Keogh one ofhis
his assistant to investigate It did not
take Mr Keogh long t secure warrantsfor
for Bough and Moore and their lieutenantsThe
The case had been postponed three timesand
and further effort was made yesterday t
put it over again Magistrate Hteinert insisted
isled that Mr Appleby should not bo annoyed
noyed further and made the lawyer takehla
his testimony Maurice Meyer counseli
for Buh said i be would show that MrAppleby
Appleby a title was defective that he neverowned
owned the property Mr Appleby told ofhis
his purchase of the property In 1W4 and d
card that he had propry undisputed possession
Bon of it ever sinceLawyer
Lawyer Meyer brought out that the sameBimilur
property had been involved In 111 In alimlar
Bimilur case wlutn Francis Prendergastwas
was charged with perjury before JudgeMcMahon
McMahon In General Sessions At thattime
tim Mr Appleby testified he appearedas
as all a questionedThe witness out that his title was not atall
The case was then adjourned until tomorrow
morrow morning The District Attorneysoffice
office suspects there may b some connection
tion between the of
btwfn operations BoughMoore
Moore and Carl Becker alias Joseph Dris
coIl all of whom have been arrested in thelat
lat two weeks The District Attorney
has not been able to connect the prisonersbut
but is disposed t think there is more thana
a coincidence in the similarity of theirmethods
methodsRIVAL
RIVAL PROBES IX VJvll IERSEVI
lAslIathl Committees Hunting Kramtalfor
for Political KlfrctTRENTON
TRENTON N J hug 8 It is probablethat
that in another week or two there will bethree
three rival legislative investigations underway
way in New Jersey the primary purposeof
of each being to make political capital forthe
the Gubernatorial campaign next fallHeretofore
Heretofore the Democrats bad the centreof
of the stage with the Assembly committeeappointed
appointed to investigate Slate affairs andthe
the management of county InstitutionsToday
Today Senators Bradley Republican pfeaRln
Camden Avis Republican of Gloucesterand
and Price Democrat of Sussex who wereappointed
appointed to conduct a counter investigation
tion organized and outlined a plan ofcampaign
campaign Senator Bradley was electedchairman
chairman and Prosecutor Eugene Emleyof
of Paterson was chosen as counselIt
Ilia the intention of the Senate committeeto
to go into Democratic counties to unearthHUcTi
such scandals as are to be found ThnFreeholders
Freeholders of Hudson county and the alleged
leged election frauds in Passaic last fall areamong
among the subjects to be inquired intoClothing
Clothing dealers called as experts by theHouse
House Investigating committee today te
tilled that tbe prices paid by the State forclothing
clothing purchased for the State Hospitalfor
for the insane in this city ranged fromIn
20 to 10 per tent atve a fair market prceIn
In Isolated cases articles of clothing wereshown
shown which the witnesses declared werenot
not worth more than 71 per cent of theprice
price paidThe Jer
The committee began an Investigationof
of the State Board of Health SecretaryHenry
Henry Mitchell said he always took a sixweeks
weeks vacation in the winter and wouldallow
allow no State position to interfere withthis
this He could not produce the minutescause
of the board for the last three months because I
cause the assistant secretary Dr A CHunthadbenabaDtln
Hunt bad been absent in Europe since MayDr
Dr Mitchell said the force at the disposalof
of the board was entirely inadequate forthe
the purpose of making inspections and itby
was further handicapped In this respetby
by the absence of DrThe HuntThe
The committee will meet next Mondaywhen
when it will continue the Investigation ofthe
the management of the State reformatoryat
at Rahway begun just before the conclusion
slon of todays sessionRAXKER I
RAXKER A SUICIDEII
I I Weymer Found lleaa In a Park InPhiladelphia 1Ihtdlpha
PhiladelphiaPiiiLADnirniAAugtl IPILAoinl
PiiiLADnirniAAugtl In Willow GrovePark
Park this morning was found the body ofH
1 B Weymer the missing Lansdownebanker
banker He had committed suicide bytaking
taking poison A note waa found addressed
dressed t his sons which readIn
In order to avoid any legal difficultieswhich
which may arise in the future I have decidedto
to return and announce my name which Inunknown
unknown here Try and take care of yourmother
mother between youI
I II WETMBR Lansdowne PaWith
With the failure of the Lincoln TrustCompany
Company In which Mr Weymer was interested
tort and with which several years agohe
he held a responsible pit he becamedespondent
ago despondent He left Lansdowne two weeksago
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I Temorrew IBi Beat on tee RxcbaaisWin
Win B Transferred and a MemberWiuieot
WIthout a Heat lets No tiraloity Benefit
efit Broker Had Octie BankruptWilliam
William 8 Alley father of the LarchroontClub
Club and for twentynine years a memberof
of the New York Stock Exchange killedhimself
himself with a revolver In his rooms at tbetarobmont
tarobmont Club house late on Mondaynight
night Because of heavy financial reverses
verses which had resulted L his petitionIn
In bankruptcy on May 4 last Mr Alleybad
bad Bold his seat on the exchange on July 27but
but he saved for his widow the ItOO
gratuity attaching to a seat on the exchangeby
by killing himself before the transfer ofhis
his seat should become effective at noontomorrow
tomorrowAccording
According t the rule of th Stock Exchange
change notice of the transfer of a seat Isposted
posted ton days before the change becomeseffective
effective The lost seat on tie exchangeto
to b transferred Is said t have brought
173000 Even though Mr Alley may havesecured
secured a like sum for his privileges aa amember
member the aggregate of the claims heldagainst
against him by members of the exchangeis
is 180689 according t the petition Bledin
in bankruptcy Since these debts aresecured
secured by a lien on the dead mann seatho
ho could save nothing out of tho wreckof
of bin fortune but the gratuity insuranceMr
Mr Alley went from Wall Street 4fp totho
the clubhouse at Larch mo nt on Mondaynight
night He seemed distraught and did not
associate with the members who were Intha
the house but after walking on the piazrafor
for some time he went upstairs to the anteroom
tme
room of the club library A few minute
afterward a shot was beard and attendantsbroke
broke Into the room They found Alleyon
on the floor in front of a mirror with a bnllet
let wound in his forehead and a revolverstill
still In hit band D William Stump whowaa
was called had him started for the NewRochelle
Rochelle Hospital but he die the wayMr
Mr Alley became a member of the exchange
lfr Ale
change in tl7 and later was the boardmember
member of the brokerage firm of AlleyField
Field A Dowd The second partner of thefirm
firm waa Cyrus W Field Jr After Fieldsfailure
failure in the late SOs the firm dissolvedand
and was succeeded by W 8 Alley A CoThough
Though many years of M Alleystransactions
transactions on the Street wore prosperousmisfortune
prospruamilfortue
misfortune began to come to him recentlyAt
At a time when the New York Stock Exchange
change suspected some of It membersof
of having communication with the Consolidated
solidated Exchange the firm of AlleyConger
Conger A C wan one of eleven havingmembers
members on the Stock Exchange t havefloorof
their telephones removed from the tradingfor
for of the Exchange Mr Alley waasuspended
suspended for a year by the governorsat
at this time September 1904 Laterhe
he was reinstated on May 1905 beforethe
the expiration of the term of suspensionThe
The suspension from thl Exchangegave
gave a heavy blow to Mr Alleys businessOn
On July 1 11 judgment of S23275 waaobtained
obtained against him by C H A J AYoung
Young In favor of William Oothout onnote anote
note for 23578 When judgment waaentered
entered Mr Alley was again suspendedfrom
from the Exchange according t the rulesof
of that body
He never sought reinstatement becausehe
he could not announce himself solventHe
He had an office with Sunsdorff Brothers
43 Exchange place and traded on thocurb
curb without success until the accumulation
lation of his debts forced him to file apetition
petition in bankruptcy on May 4 of thisyear
year His creditors on the floor of thoExchange
Exchange were W E Connor Connor ACo I
Co SussdoriT Brothers and De CpptDrmus ADoremus
Doremus and there were many outsidewhoee
whose holdings against him were not s
well secured In his petition Mr Alley
declared that ho had no assets to coverthe
of liabilitiesMr
the total IIDtSllabltl
Mr Alley wan an enthusiastic yachtsman
man With Frank Anthony WilliamFranco
Franco and Fred Flint he established thetarchmont
tarchmont Yacht Club his name beingfirst
first on the list of members He was thetint
tint treasurer of the new club and hadheld
held many offices in the organization sinceThe
Ito first club regatta on July 5 1880wus
was sailed for the Alley pennant Hisfirst
first boat was the Cruiser later he becameowner
owner of William M Tweeds Schemerwhen
when Tweed had no further use for yachtsMr
Mr Alley helped to organize the RockingChair
Chair Fleet and was its first Pooh BahHo
Ho had a villa at Larchmont and livedthere
there most of his latter yearnA I
A Bryan Alley who iA secretary of theI
I rchmont Yacht Club said that MrAlley
Alley carried no insurance His homewan
wan in his wifen name There are twoHons
eons Dalton and Clarkson aged 6 andin
in yearn Mr Alley had written a letteron
Oi Monday asking his brother to lookafter
after some of bin private affairs hit gaveno
no hint of suicideIEXSfRE
IEXSfRE ITERMETlorooers
lorooers Jury Blames Company for ThirdAtrnue
Atrnue Kin ml Ml CollisionAfter
After an inquest lasting two days andthe
the examination of nearly one hundredwitnesses
witnesses a jury in Coroner Acritelliscourt
court yesterday found a verdict censuring
ing the InterboroughMetropolitan Railwaycompany
company for the collision on the Thirdavenue
avenue elevated railroad at the 106th streetstation
station on the night of June 16 Clrnceli
li Sitar a Brooklyn man wan killed andtwentyfive
twentyfive person were injuredThe
The verdict holds Edward W Duffythe
the trainmaster and Michael W OBrienthe
the night station inspector guilty of criminal
inal negligence They were paroled inthe I
the custody of Joseph II Adams counselfor
for the company A motion waa madetoset
to set the verdict aside The verdict says inpart
part
We censure the Interborouiih Rapid TransitCompany
Company for not providing sufficient meansof
of transportation although having fullknowledge
knowledge of the fact that a great numberof
of people had been transported northwardand
and southward that day and were expected toreturn
return to their respective homes In the eveningby
by the same method of transit The stationplatforms
platforms and front and rear platforms ofevery
every train were excessively crowded to suchan I
an extent that the view of William L Williamsmotormsn
motormsn was obstructedWe
We also censure the Mid InterboroiighRapid
Rapid Transit Company for not providinga
a sufficient number of guards on each train toprevent
prevent the passenger from standing andcrowding
crowding upon the front and rear platformsWilliam
William L Williams the motormanwaa
was exonorated from blame The collision
lision occurred on the feast of Our Lady
of Mt Carmel which Harlems Italiancolony
colony was celebratingi
i OIHTUAIIVHeld
Ufrfd 1 littlefieldpresklent of Ihe 111
Held Manufacturing Company of 1iiuturket
H I filed yesterday In Albany of tlbrculo
ale He had spent the greater port or thelat
lat five years In the Adirondacks chIefly atttaranao
Haranao Lake He started last night wthii
ii male attendant to return from there to his
home In Pawtucket He was u son of oxijov
tiov LlltlerJeld of Rhode Island who died tl
1481 After a high school course he wan for nnhort
hart lime clerk In the Providence County
HIVnK hank In I88U he was mode secretaryor
mae
or the Minefield Manufacturing Company of
Inwtucket and he held thin place until hisfathers
fathers death In 1801 when he succeeded tothe
the presidency of the company In teal hemarried
married Clara D Holland of Pawtucket Ha
leaven no children Derides his wife he Is Je
vjved by a brother Eben N LlttlcfleldFrederick
Frederick William Keutgen n member of
the old shipping nrm of lelcpke Keulgen I
Kelchalt the first agents In this country for
the North German Lloyd Steamship Company
puny died on Monday at his home t3 AmityBlreet
Street Brooklyn In his Heventyelghth year
yea
lie was born at Hremen Cermsny and came
fi this country In IHM He was Hermanonsul
Consul for HeeseDarmNtadt for several yearn
He was formerly president of the Hoar ofrentl
Regents of the long island College Hospital
daughtersI He leaven I widow three eons and tworilulhte
I Mrs Parmella Tout widow of the Itev
WoodnifT Post who with her established the IIlalorlcll
historical haven for slaves si St tAlhllnll 1IOda
anode In INM died nt Olean yeMerilnyll
ll < Hl R > Plrf Hhp was the daughter of she11ev
llev Oideon Ir i > er the first presiding elderof
of the Geneses district of the Methodist
Church I Attbolt
1 f Y
8Some
Some keen advertisers
ers have found itstrteg goodstrategy
strategy to center theirattack
attack in one or twomediums
mediums using other me
diums ina supplementaryand
and much smaller wayThe
The why and whereforeof
of this reasoning will prob
ably occur to most studentsof
of advertisingThe
The point we wish t
make is that THE LADIESHOME
HOME JOURNAL has takenthe
the brunt of the battle inmore
more successful campaignsthan
than any other publicationin
in die world Our
te magazine
zine has not changed except
cept for the better whichforces
forces the conclusion thatit
it will continue to be thestrongest
strongest force in the ad
vertising worldPHlLADBLrHIA
THa Cuur ioCPAIPHtLADELHIA
PHlLADBLrHIANawYoiK
NawYoiK BOSTON CHICAGO IWMMPETE
PETE A TERRIBLE MOVUOSYOb
MONwOb
Ob the TWngs He Doss ud the TMagrHeSay
Say bJ WlrelewPete
Pete a monkey must lee the ftrescapeat
at AST Sixth avenue Zacharlah TlUonwho
who runs a shoo store at 655 Sixth avenuetold
told of Pet falling in the Jefferson Marketeourt
our yesterdayThis
This la ono bad monkey ho said Bethrows
throws flower pots and things He runaway
away when we try t catch him and heclimbs
climbs don tho fire escape and thumbshis
his nose at u
Well thats ungentlemanly of himsaid
said Magistrate Harris What kind ofa
a monkey is thisWell
Well Judge I cant say whether be I
an orang outang or a baboon but hee abald
bald faced monkey with a fringed beardand
and a restless dispositionHes
Hes a beautiful monkey Judge saidMrs
Mrs Walker who owns the house Andhes
hos so intelligent that he can do everything
thing but talkTalking
Talking about talking said TiUonthats
thats just what he does Why the blamedape
ape sits there on the fire escape and sendswireless
wlrelNI messages to Central Park and Iguesa
guess they hear him all right for we cantsleep
sleep with the racket he mae
Oh Judge hes the quietest monkey
ey began Mrs Walkerlast
ban roared Tiln why
last Saturday he dropped on a womanshead
head a she was spreading clothes ona
a line and she almostpanzee passed away Itsnot
not right Judge to p wild chimtpanzee
panzee like that around in a respectableneighborhood
neighbrho Why he upset the fruitstand
stand of Tony on the corner a week agoMonday
Monday and got away with a fistful ofnuts
nuts iHe
wie doesnt kill peopleand drag theirbodies
bodies up tho chimney does he askedthe
the C urt
He does not said Mrs Walkercould
He dont Judge but he would I hecould
could said TiUonWell
Well the monkey must move saidthe
the CourtHe
He will move said Mrs Walkr Iwouldnt
wouldnt have the dear live in such aborrid
horrid neighborhoodFOVII
Font DEAn fx wnecKAllegheny
Allegheny Express Mdewlpeil by FreightCar
Car Lost From 1U TrainKITTANNINO
KITTANNINO Pa Aug 8The Titusvllleexpress
express southbound on the AlleghenyValley
Valley Railroad was wrecked near Kellystation
station about ten miles from here thismorning
morning being sidewiped by a freightcar
car that had broken away from a northbound
bound freight train Four persons aredead
dead and twentyfive others hurtThe
The dead are erg Cochran of Rimersburg
burg Pa Mrs Alonzo Huff and her babyboy
boy of Johnstown Pa and H B Irwihthe
the engineer of the passenger train ofOak
Oak moot Pa Abliio Huff who had a leg
broken Ruth Huff whose arm was brokenanil
and Mary Huff who has an ankle hurlare
are daughters of Mm Bur Most of thoothers
others hurt were out by glassThe
The train was behind time leaving Kittanning
nlng and was running fast to make uptime
time The accident happened at a sharpcurve
sapclrve
curve of the road which prevented theengineer
engineer from seeing any considerable dil
tance ahead of him It was at this pointthat
that a freight car bad broken away from atrain
train and was lying so that I obstructedTho
pat of the southbound trkThe
The train this morning was unusuallywell
well filled as it carried a delegation fromthe
the First Methodist Episcopal ChurchKlttannlng
Klttannlng on a visit of inspection to aneighboring
neighboring church Alonro Huff a merchant
chant Johnstown at the time the accident
dent happened was walking up and downthe
the platform at Kiskiminetas Junctionwhere
where he had been on business and wherehe
he had arranged to board the train andjoin
join hil wife and family who suffered inthe
the wreckPOLICE
POLICE WANT FiNGER PHIXTSNobody
Nobody Mint Touch Bodies Until a SleuthlA
lA > ok for These MarksActing
Acting Police Commissioner OKeeffeyesterday
yesterday issued the following generalorder iordtr
orderCommanding
ordtrCmmandlll
Commanding officers will Instruct the membersof
of the force that In all ePI nt murder homicideripe
rip or similar cases they prevent any onefrom
from coming In contact with ti body ot the vie Urnor
or any object In tbe Immediate vicinity of the crimeUDtll
UDtll some one from toe DetecUve lliireiu appearso
P0 that a careful search ran b made for flnterprint
print marksIn
In the event of representatives of the Coronernr
or District Attorney reaching the scene beforethe
the police omrrr from the Detective Bur thpofficer
officer first on duty at tie scene will request thatthe
the conditions of this order he observedOne
One Antoltt Killed Three Injure
BINORAMTOV N Y Aug 6W BStretch
Stretch of killawog was killed and Mr andMrs
Mrs Moore of Killawog and Miss Dodgeworth
worth of Hoboken N o J were verely
Injured in an automobile accident at Mar
thop today The steering gear broke andthe
the machine jumped down a thirty foot
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SI Paul MissBLAST
BLAST hURTS JMVVShop
Shop Windows Km ashed and Ohe baraafvon
on Washington IlrichtsvA
A heavy blast was set off at 53 oclocklast
last evening in the excavation that is being
ing mae for a row of flats at the southeast
east corner of 140th street and BroadwayA
A shower of stones and heavy fragments nfrock
rock was hurled for a block down Broadway
way Persons coming out of the subwayexit
exit at 145th street met a hal of rocksThe
The Wolfert drug store at 8559 Broadway
had a front window and the soda fountainsmashed
smashed Costos Barns a florist at 3
was cut on the wrist by a rock that WHShurled
hurled through bin shop after breaking Awindow
window The Newport Laundry at MMand
and the Tannhaueser barber shop in thesame
same store both got broken windows Aman
man who was washing the windows in frontof
of Medzigian Bros drug store at 3551was
was knocked off his ladder but not hurtDominic
Dominic Marino of 8 East 149th streeta
a laborer employed in the work ofexcavation
tion was struck on the head and receiveda
a b scalp wound Henry Holzworth nf
320 East Eightyfirst street also A laborerIn
In the cut had an artery in his right armcut
cut Dr Fred Alb treated the men andthey
they went t their homesstreet
Po1cmanJBrrma of the West 1r
street station arrested Patrick B reen foreman
man for George Brown the contraetprfor
for reckless blasting IREFRIGERATORS
REFRIGERATORSTb
ne Perfect of CUaallntss EmcIscrsuit
suit EconomyThe
The Eddy eurstandardfoisI quarter CenUl
Tin Primlir
ii S IlHI9I class itnetJiwis
Jiwis NGEf
Ian sad 1S3 Weit 414 Strmi andI
> I at West Forty erst at Mew TarkIXD
DItDALlE
AIIKY William S Alley suddenly nir MondayAn
Ali 5 at Larchroont N Y aged M yramKKUYAt
KKUYAt Kllenvllle N Y Sunday Aur 4 PaTniond
rnond de S Kelly aged 13 years son of HowcaIt
I Kelly and Evelina de la ForestFuneral
Funeral services Wednesday at OM Onrrchof
of St Vincent de Paul West Ud st PMImWphla
phla and Pltuburc papers please copy atoIuropesn
European edition ot HeraldKKUTGRXOn
KKUTGRXOn Monday AUf I lfl FridrrkitWilliam
William Keutcen aged 71 yearsFuneral
Funeral services at his late redeaee 1IB Amityat
at Brooklyn oa Thursday afternoon A 1oclock
oclockKNOWIKtAt
KNOWIKtAt 11 Park av Orange N J o
Axis > 1M7 llabel J wife of Fredertrtr aKnowles
KnowlesFuneral
Funeral at residence Wednesday afS 1 1
LYNCH On SundayAug 4 at EUisbelnto TN >
N YEUsatMtn wife of the Rev FrrdHcKLynch
Lynch of Pilgrim ChurchFuneral
Funeral services at Pilgrim Congret tl e lChurch
Church 121st st and Madison av Wedncidiyafternoon
afternoon at S oclockREID
ocockREID8uddeDIv
REID Suddenly August 4 at Eulunk fAfcunly
county Pa Hilda Ellubstb aged i Ydateeond
aDd daughter of Wllltain O and flare VMof
of Mount Vernon NYROCKWELLAt
HOCKWELL At Bait Orange N J HnndnvAug
Aurl am Jan E Arcularlus widow nf JhflT
T RockwellFuneral
Funeral services at her late rcddence lIP NorHArlington
Arlington av Cut Orange Thursday turtA
ft 4MO P M Carritgea wlU be In waltlncKut
Fast Orange station on arrival of train IcaulifNew
New York at 310 P U O L Li W Itlt Kindlyomit
omit OowersWKfrTONSuddrnly
WKfrTONSuddrnly on Tuesday August SOak lOak
Oak Bluffs Mass Ruth Mills wife ot ClliTorrtWeston IteatOn
Weston Bad daughter ot Andrew anil Grrin1K <
K Mill AFuneral
Funeral senlee at the residence nf her pirnslae
the Spencer Arms ISO Wesl f tli St Thiir lwAugust
August ft at oclockJKUEHTAKEJU
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