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SUN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1912.
POLICE CAN'T GET T GRAF ACCUSERS Sii) Compliuiunl Thursday Thai DeM'clives Hotli crod I Jim. iiikkats auk dknikd Waliln Orders Dougherty. id Find Missing Hotel Men. rONlUfK (JOINT. Will liivcxliuiil' Police Condi tiin. for i Civic A- MK'itllioll. T , vi roll for (Joorso A. Slpp .i T ''ii. i I. I'urinii, I'urr.in mm- n.i.r who l old of paving in iiir l ruilci-nuin I iiivr.-no ,- VVIIe rtnti fore, whether ,e ,i hnd nny cullers inl who they wore. I Hpuikliu, of Mrs, Hondo's sincerity In tier present crusade estori!rty. imp i.f I J,,C!, friends Midi tlmi tin- story would be verified mill much mote hIoiii; the. snmo lino would ho uncovered, "If she . lives t;int hum," Thin fi'lend said thut Hondo within tht pal two or three da.vshnd l.Coino afraid of violent r mid Hint this mis the roul union for her leaving lifty-sccond sttcrt. Mm, (hmdo will he before the Plstrlot , .Mmrtioy iiguin on Monday. I ; The District Attorneys ollloo believe! " unman miii reserve nil poliee rjnift -eases for the Supremo Court lliund Mil), known us the extraordinary of the John Doc Crnud .liny, which Is! taUtiiK a recess until the new year. It Is Inuirohahlo thut any noom-1 inondatlons of the Cumin committee' will ho tiroHcntod to tin- new I.ckMu- , jure. The work as now planned will I Wst for nome months louder, perhaps Into the early spring, ami there has Ihoii . aosslii nroiliiil Ihe I'Hv II, ill r i Jew days that the llepubllcaii Aldermen ABROAD I1""1 ,nslder tliat am plan i to place liepuhlleaii I eooiiinionilallons for i haiHTes in t,. fun,.,. n.,, before u tiemociatic I.eKieialtin. would ho Impractlealilf The cninilttee will nnil,c a length) report n, the :,i rl of j Alibi ineii. i nitshle of leciiuiniQiici.iti.Mih and suit- -umiohs in- action which .he hoard can take in the matter N not entirely plain without rccoiirM' to the l.eli.r. tine. PASTORS WANT FACTS IE OciiimikI MikIc for Kxplniiiition i of Noted Clerin mini' Itesiiriintion. i TALK OF DICTAOIIAIM! VpP'!'. Wlio Is Stiid to II ii vi Ifecofds. Hefilxes to Dis close Cluu'fres. . leiort was cm rent o il.iv in n... effect that Slpp had ben lohhld ,y a " . Police fl lend Hint h I. iil...i I. ..,MUt..l yesterday without tint-j and t li.n thl,s dvlee w:s th au,e ,.t h"-of ill.' two men. hl "dls.ippeirnneo." According to this , rumor, thro w,m u conversation between Policeman Vn and this police trlend ; In which Kos li.iil decl.ii it that ho would tell all he knew rath r than take the full responsibility hlmsolt. Jacob Itoiise. I'ox's counsel. 5,ilil vos-i tr Mad been In tin" hands uf Fourth t- rday that this report was false. ; Pcp-cx inniussionor union. Throuiih Ion of Commissioner Waldo the ho.id of the deter '.ii in -iii',r Waldo called Second iiip tv Ceirco S. Dougherty Into his Min m -'i.. morning ami told hlui to nil mm. Althouch detectives .1,1 i'- n .iiviHur before this the iu.it- vjrr m. l IV! T ,e. '11 ini'ii - 1 ilecld"d yoterd,iy that when I .ii l"n I- called Ivforo Trial) iv i- Walsh on Monday lie will inly on the :.aii;c of Insu- iv.rdtn.if Mn. the mcoihI of the two . .irs. s prrteircd aualnst hlui on the irnt ,if i tie 1'iillcc Commissioner. Tl-e tlrt I'harcc, that of extortion, tn.uli- 1 fiiorsc A. Slpp, has Immu riropp. ii until after the criminal action Keiin h i 'oniinlsiloncr Waldo has Ix'on liposed of The nnilH)rdluatlon charge arle fr-'tn I'o.n's refuil to answer the cpifMums of twiirf lnprctnr Sehniltt Urier ami Deputy Commissioner Dil lon about .Slpp's statements. U was a mutter of discussion In m nr. irclcs vcMerd.iy whether or tin' the dropplim of what seemed tho ir.fin- n nous charge did not indicate a weakne.-s in the evldetn.e airainst 1'ox i minn.-siouct Waldo Had vox ar rrMri I.im Tuesdaj. He has lietn out SUFFRAGETTE ARMY ' HAS REACHED ALBANY en lii il Muoe Wednesday, and lifter two t'ctemfer 10. niiMereil out tut. .ifternoon ndjmirntneiits Is to 1m arrainKcd niram llif I 'lraRB,'nl n mtmut of the valiant lf(ire M.iRistrate Kernoohan In tho Tntn1 lourt to-morrow afternoon. He is ' i onij on a short allldavlt sworn .' t Heui.tvc John J. Tail, who made " aiie.-t. who alleRcs on Information ai'i Seiief (uttnin thinKs which were ti 'Wi to -y Slpp before tho Curran .nanatee -1 - nas been at I'olloo Head(iiar'ers ' i.i- ,in he told his story at the City il.... That was on Thursday of lam k ihe dayiiiflJifT he had tnatlflod' be : it .lie Aldermen, lie did not make jt hdavll on this visit and the police i.jii .mi .s. eii him slnie. So far as ' . e Icnrncd the arrest of Fox was i by Mr. Waldo before any alll- .'s ta. n District Attorney r otlb e is still I .t has been nine-- th- t'-ti- i . ,. in seekliiK con .ilioratioii .iv which will hold befon a 'ilrj . '. This corroboration lias ! -n fooml Whatever becomes i " court priKeiillUKi of Wul lo l'itii.Mii:i.i'iii.. D.c. 'JS. Prominent Kpitiopal cletuymeti under the lead of tho lies. David M. Steele, rector of the Church of St. duke and the Kplpliany, nml the Kldit l'."v. Thomas J. Ciarlund, lilsllop Suffracall of I'eniviylvatlln, to duv unltid in a ii iblic dr.nainl that either the illrtiit;! aoli r. cords which which caused the iddon demand tor the Itev. Dr. Alfred Mortimer's roslvn.i tion from th" rectorhl) of St. Mark's fashioniib'e i hutch In made public or that i'iiom:h esplauailon be i:iven to stop i he wild conjectures of the public. Tle dlrtnurupb roeiids ore In the )oise.siou of tiiorno Wharton I'epper, accoiin'itiK warden ot St. Mark's, and he refuses to -;lve them up or dlvulco their contents. "I can't and I won'! talk about them," he said this tii.irnliiL- The chief actors ill nbtiilnlne the ilic iMKiaph records vre ,i urate con nected with St. Mark's. vhoo rede- nation was demanded by I ir. Morti mer, and a former sexton whom Dr. Mortimer had untiiKonl.'.ed. They knew of some things PTardmi: Dr. Morti mer and other moinl'ors of St. Mark's and other churches In the city that they did not emu liter ecclesiastical. They felt they had been badly treated by Dr. Mortimer and they decided upon the expose. Instead of Koim: at llrst to ConrRo Wharton Pepper, the mo-t prominent man In St. Mink's cotmrcuntlnn. tliey went to a man not n cummuulcant at St. Mark's, but at the same time of. I lleiallv connected with every Kplscopal church In the Dl" es,. of I'ennsylvunln. To this man they related their story and he made a personal Investigation, They guided him to at least two houses where they said Dr. Mortimer wa n fre(uenl visitor. , He went to Mr. Pepper, wlio treated ' him in rather a jrrulT manner. I'lnully Mr. I'epper imreed that he I would look Intu t'he matter, and dctec tive were emjaged. They managed to j secrete the dictagraphs In the houses. The evidence was transcribed and was given to Mr. Pepper. He has It locked up In a safe deposit box', and he de clares It will never see the light of day. Immediately after the dictograph evl- Land which binned the trail of siitfraire ' donee was irivcn to Mr. Pepper he hur- nlon.: ti e Hud-oil nearitin a mo-isano t i rM to '''"bop Ulilnelander with It. and iiv SuWvr The aimv rcichiHt Albiny Ilr Mi" timer was informed that he at l:l'i ('Mo.'!r.len Ho'-alie .lone- in tho ,mlM rsl-'n ,,nr'' 1,8 r,M",or of St leud. lollovvel by the four faithful women I lin!1 fr',"" t,u' KP''Pal Hiocesc who eov.ve.l everv foot of ;neiil from ' ennhylvanla. v vrb . . o.i .. i. ii 1,1 the absence of lllshop Ithlnelander ".. . r . i . . ' . i i . . -N"ew WUrtf (J MIL I It it I 1. til 1 tlillt II Ul'l't;itl nut (eiiernl .lone Musters Out Four Wciirv Wnlkeis a I Finnl Itoll Cull. Ai.iianv. Dec. is. -"Major td.i Craft "Here!" "Ijiv inia Dock!" "Here!" "Sibyl Wilbur!" Here!" Mr.,. Meredith H. Stil.-!" "Hero!" (on. Ito-alie .lone.., commander in . jof the sittlrusette army, which ha- idvancinK steadily utmn Alluny chief been sinw from the Alluny Kqual .miIiimkc heutleil by Mi-- ,)o-eph fiavit . i "We lave left, a trail u thou.'t Chili and York ami the refusal of Mr. I'epper to talk there is no person In the city in a position to give an official statement, notwithstanding the demands t bv the ministers, 4l T 'Ms 'irano n 't vt c.f :i . aci.nsi i the usult will be no bar to aiTion i Hie Urand Jury ln,r sliould suW. lent evhlem.' be' obtained. .Pe lias lieen tomplalnlng to his tni-niis the past few days that his tele ph'jii'j has been tampered with anil thut i" was pesteted by detectives looking ' t !. m While standing at the bar In a ii.i. ii ..ii m:td street, near his home, on T,iif.d.iv. he icmarkcd about this anil, '., 'i j -m. .1. Howard Ship, went out 'us; '! polii emeu on post at the cor- ' ' II ha- lived In the neighborhood it- ' l.iiiirh to h no stranger there. 'I.- - 'not been served with any sub- " nrt , jet The subiHena Issued by .1 hUREOstion I elilud u-. said lieu. Ko-ilie The llev Dr. David M. Steele, who Jones here to-ui;l't. "fliat will lead even- ' says he is tlnd of innuendoes and con tually to vole., for women in the State of ' jeeture. declares that some one with all .NVw ork. Ihe country districts tnu-t the facts concerning the resignation of helpu- to win tin- ain-iiduvnt lor vv.ii'i in . Dr. Mortimer should immediately make -uflrage. which I '.eii' vetiov. Sul.or ami 'some statement that would tell the en tile I eiri'luPiie vviil ai'ie- c. ! 'be truth i t as much of it as could l "I his man h i- ill" Imviiiiuih; '. n am I aiati in vvlic o 'oc .iiteie oi the country dl-tncts 111 i-t l e ar 111 mt llieproc- .om ol av.il.ii.nig the public mind to the peed of vole.- lor vome. i, very -low, I but vvc ! tl.it thi i.t'ir im.ini' has tirouulit tac in.itHv Ki.i.-e rie putih" n a matinei Hint eoiiid have lieen jnusiblo in no otuer way "I wish thai every man would make a New dear's roi-olution to mn-idor vote for women I i.now that tin. Snlcr'" resolution will favor woman suffraRe. In a speech in New nrk not lone ago lie said ho would be vory glad lo receive u- in this city, but he -aid it would be less hurtful in us physically to come by train. 1 I know he ha- been in favor of the cause 'for twenty year-. Kvery one will be I friend- of the cause before long and wo aie (..oomioni I .1 ' hi.j resolution win go; I told. j ".Vet knowing what t'.ie case Is, natu r!'y 1 cannot speak lennedly of !',s shi'liliance." he -aid "Hut being in Ig norance seems to be the state of every one in the matter Ami the very mystery mi secrecy of the affair is ih thin? that is doing the most harm. Some on" should make some statement of fact and slop conjecture. "It Is always lamentable that the ttuth niitst be nrrlvfU at by a process ui elimination, by the deniaN of all tho conceivable fiil-ehood", flat, just be enure reported, have to be contro verted." Suffragan Itl.-iiop (iarland said: "I can tell nothing of the case. Only time persons have a light to talk, Ill-hop Ulilnelander. Cieorge Whin ton I'epper and Dr. Mortimer. 1 thoroughly appreciate Ihe position In which the irale Kni'low on December "i was . through the I .ezinl.ituie this venr. with- public has been placed by lack ot In- ' Sipp's home that night and the out Ihe trick, mind you, that v.u-playcil f,"nl;,,l"n ln l'"!,' Numerous ! tr .in i Venmls-loner Dillon on Christ- on us lust v-eur " rumors have been hi ought to my atten .. I'n was laid be.-lde it. No Grand I -v have made no actual plans for the '!"" 1 ,lmv.p rrm' t,,P n,-vs,rri' 1 - r po'iia has been issued lor Him. I . w,.-i,i..,m. .. ..... w i... smomiea stories in ine newsimpers. I' in learned yesterday that after , dlnciil its adv is'al'ili. v. ' if? .''ations. lor his appearance before. ' . ., . . wftll mH. I V "-,',. v. .- ' ir-m l omtnltlee were nrsid Sp hecmo' intractable and do-:''''11"1.'" a. o cocv w.is r.r.j to tell his strirV. Considerable nisi" '"' ii-.-uim-n ai I .1..III vtlir,k llmv Albanj' delegation joined l.y the It , ee, vviin At :' i lbuny, he mile- away, was mad When the party reached Clinton Heights Mrs. Giivil turned to (ien. Jones and pointing to the northwest said "General, th" Capitol is in sight." hurst of cheerini; broko from the little baud. 'Ihe real heroine of the march was l.a"ina Dock, a spirited woman of years who has been suffering throughout tho i trip with rheumatism ami swollen feet lien .tones was mo me ot tuo party anil I ll I ,lU,,r,,i.,,, . I Ii...... Ill I I 11 llljlll lliri ii iliuii r-..-,ll lllill'ni . when muddv roads mid rainy weatherl , .. ' seemed destined to talo the starch out of ' "" the marchers. Dr. C. M. Culver, president of the Civic loague or Ainany. met the party nt tho eastern end of tho Hons-Huer Hndge and provided them with tiokopi which he hud bought himself, Kniily 1'carnoti , State orKanizeriof suffrage in ( onneclleut. accompanied by her sister orRiinbor of the Kounl Suffrage Club at Mount llol- voko College, met tho army at Clinton t on ho part of Kmory It. Ihick tne1 for the committee, was re- i ii.'ing" this decision. il. ni rumors have It that the hotel was afraid that something ho 0 ,, , might be construed ufraltisl ' il" W.iWi, t.f whom Mifip Is said to "Ve l.een a personal frleryl. When I" tmally took the witness stand, Slpp is free in the use of' the nami of lll tor Swecmy. with whom he vn3 not ' n friendly term's. The gossip con i n as tlmi Inspector Sweeney and Capt. Wi.li were ni ver very chu'mni.v either. Cv Commissioner ot AciKiunls Ituy ititinrl it Co-dlfk will sail from New """V nn the steamship Amerlkn on l.iniary I tn make u study of the po "' 'iepnrttuents of Kuropean cities for ' N'-vv York civic organisation which 'iimi'irs among Its contrlbtitorH and """I" rs John D. Itoekefeller, Jr. When Mr. Ko.-dloK returns he will ''..ine a detailed report ti the organlza- i1 This teport proliably will not be "1 would icrtalnly tiring these to the attention of lllshop nhlnelander if lie were ill the city. I lu'lleve he would clear tin mystery. He Is at the bedside of his father-lu-lavv In New York and I do not think he will return to I'hlla- Ihe start lor I iMphla before Monday." j lilshop Garland refused either to mill m or deny the story in circulation that Dr. Mortimer would be unfrocked. "That," he said, "Is something I cannot discuss, as I don't know what l be done." PENN. RAILROAD MEN GO UP. (iinnue In Mminceilirllt Aliilouneeil fur ,evv Vt"r. a met tins or the boatd of direcr.ois Pet usylviinin Itallroad Company sterdav til" fuHowliiR niipoluttnentn were in. ule to become effective January 1: 15. I,. Pfil;, Kenvral ni.inacer of the Ml'kige I I'.'Uesv I van la Lines Wist, will Income fifth u-e.iiesiiieill, ill eani;e Ol llic irailS- I'oitntlou lb p.'irtmriit. II'MiJaiiihi JleKeeii, serin ul of t!- Yanil.illa Italhoad, will hc-nie Lord & Taylor Founded S26 Annual Sale 1 Household Linens Blankets Bedspreaas Comfortables, Muslin Sheets and Pillow Cases Over $250,000 worth of choicest Linens from world famous makers offered at prices that are lower than we have ever quoted for similar merchandise. Commencing Thursday, January 2, 1913 Important Reductions on Carpets and Linoleums . Discontinued patterns in the following lines are offered at unusually low prices to effect a com plete clearance before stock taking. Annual Sale Muslin Underwear House Gowns Kimonos & Corsets At & to V Less Than Regular Prices Commencing Thursday, January 2, 1913 Best Quality tPilton Carpets Reduced from $2.50 per yard to $1.8$ Best Quality If'ilton Velvet Carpets Reduced from $1.75 per yard to $IJJ Best Quality Axminster Carpets Reduced from $1.50 per yard to $1.0$ Best Quality Velvet Carpets Suitable for halls and stairs. Reduced from $1.10 per yard to 7ViC Mondav, December 30th Chiffon & Brocade Charmeuse Blouses Several stock models (broken sizes); a large assortment of colors; tailored and dressy effects, $3-95 & fe-oo Values up to $9.00 Best Quality Imported and Domestic Inlaid Linoleums Reduced from $1.65 square yard to $J'35 Remnants 75c square yard Best Quality Printed Linoleums and Oilcloths Reduced from 85c square yard to 6j q Remnants 15c to 45c square yard Monday, December 30th Great Values in Women's Boots Values $5.00 and $6.00 $3-25 Dress Boots, Walking Boots, Storm Boots Annual Clearance Sale Winter Suits, Dresses, Coats and Wraps for Women, Misses and Children Broadway & 20th St.; 5th Ave.; 19th St. I' Mill be nut Into, permanent rni liovvi.v'er, ami Way be tho Imsls of .om. legislative or other action. ' was said positively that the or--i oration is not the Uiircau of Munlcl lb "arch. Henry Hruore. director "f 'ti.i ni'KntilsaiUnn, dcphired :ster "v nfirrnoon that ho ln-w nothing Mr I'osdlck'H work. Mr. Fnsdlrk ' 'fnv.')f declined to discuss tho aubject ny way. M. Mary tloode has been forced to !iom the apartment house where has Ikoii llvini; at SOU West KlftJ -"iiil street, because, her friends say, " cis besieged by policemen and do. i n il. sin movf;d yesterday tnornlns'. "id ihi.si to whom she confided her new, "llr. -s tci used to slve It out. Vfi. r ,K)ie had left tho apartment ihese friends said, six policemen JUK', one or two at a time. lookinK lor Persons llvini; In the bulldlm; said 'enl.ij thnt ever since Mrs, (Joode '"'itlcii the, house has been under con-, ' 'I' surveillance. Detect Ives ipies "ni. i tenants and employees regarding Us 'ioode's movements the night be- Canadian suflraKOtte who made a forced trip across the line from Toronto, joined the. women and transmitted jrreetings from tho sister suflraijettes in tho lo mlnion. (llHdys Courvn, aid lo fjen. Jones, tore down a hIku msted in Kant Oreenlmsh Ijearing the wotds "Votes for women lie U ." This Is Hospital Sunday. Forty-seven Hospitals asl voti lo help provide free treatment tor (lie Sickv Poor in New York. ,?7,S' cared for last year. Hvery 51" Hives five days in ;t no-pital. Show sympathy - SI to M.ooo. t'IMIII.I l.tNIKB. Tiem.. 50 lilr HI. IIOHICItr m. I'lltM, Pre.l.lnl. IIOHI'ITAI. .SVTI'IIII.W AND til.MlAV Mlt..IAMKSMrKTKn,ailJ lillon. ircuicr. Vumn' Auxllir', tnanasrer i i xenernl niannser or the I'enns.vivunls l.lne West. ' II T. Whiter, siipnrinlf lnlCIlt of the I ! lliteii dlvlslun of the northwest system, : j will bci-omc aener.il siiperlnteniteut of tho , no thw!; sstini. , . ('. M South, ehiif cleili to the fiist viee-presldeiit of the Linen Weft, will be- I j roiim assistant to the tlrst vice-prisident. ' W. i. Phelps, chief dork to the second I viee.pieHlib'iit of the Lines Went, will be- , : come iifsHtnnt put chasing agent. .1. II. Itrlttn In. first iisnlstant to the I comptioller of the Lines West: .1. W, I Orr, ncotul a'islatitiit to the comptroller, .in. .1 1 ill i Iliust, general accountant, will suoiiie asuiHtam cuniptiourrs. i money by way of a Now Year's resolu tion. In a statement to newspaper men yesterday Mr, Carnegie said through his secretary that ho had no Intention of glvinR a cent of money to any one or any organization on the first of the He Sl'llt KllfrniVCd Cheeks to year or in the immediate future. ' .vir. jopaayan niuipiy iiihuc nine mHtake In supposing Sir, Carnegie was talking of the future when ho was talk. Iwt of tho past," was this way the cx- I plunatlon was put. Andrew Carnegls's merry Christmas j The Persian Consul-Opneral called on m i.i. fi ienris nnd relatives cost lilm i Mr. Carnegie to solicit his aid for the ti,iu omi.ni ,.r minicv. uoi'- I Minerci" :u uonninwinopiv. Jir. i-nr- i 1'rlenUs and Soeieties Did Not Promise $25,000,000. .VBIV JEKSKV SOTKS. I'roitcutor Wndfll .1. Wrleht of Heron counly Is unwilling lo urcept the vfritlct of the rorniir' Jury In tho Itlttrnberk In. qur.t at I. milium on Friday. II aM yci. Irilay he woulil usk th Grand Jury to Pullet John I'Hftendorf for tli hooting of Martin Illltenbsck, Tim coroner' Jury fnllfil to plurs thi rpoiinlblllty for the lioutlnx. which okuirnl In North Arllnglon earlj tn Nuvember. The Grand Jury will convert: on January 7 next ami the caee will l. laid before It then. I'altendorf Ii now under loml of 110,000 ai a.' material nit-nefH. PonerleeM to tender uld. Mre. R4nrard WIFE SUES FOR ACCOUNTING. Mr: Burbelrr Telle Coart Hatband Itefaars to Show Ills Banka. A suit of a woman for an account ing from her husband came before Su preme Court Justice McCall yesterday In an action by Mm. Margaret lluch cler against Charles Bucheler. The court ordered tho defendant to I $T."i,U00. .. Illtlr. i, inn, us n Utile less, was sent out In checks especially engraved ,,,,.,., )hp t,v haj mtle uhat ncgle told Mr. Topakyan that ho was jiving any money for that pur- with a border of holly In amounts ranging from J.10 to 51,000. Altosrother about fiOO persons had PlTTSiiuao. Dec. 2R.Wllllam H. Shlnn, secretary of tho library commission of' the t,'jrnegle Library, Carnegie, Pa their Christmas . brightened and made HI10Unrcij to-day that Andrew Carnegie , a bit more merry by Mr. Carnegie's n(1 maip present of ?100.000 to the remembrances. Ho did nut itlve any urary commission. amounta lareer than M.OOO, and It was i ,n npUI.Cclatlon of tho city taking charitable organlitatlons for tno moat Mt nan,p tho ironmaster erected the i part that received more than $300. In brory buildings, equipped them and each Instance where such organlza- , )uJS ,iUpportcd the Institution .The city 1 tlons received money It waa stipulated , of CarneB(P does not contribute a; that the funds anoutu ne ubou in u.s- , .)Cany toward Us support. turn over to his lawyers mnrtraa-es ers. Cliarlee and Kdu-ard Caton. 9 and It with the profits of the Hotel Wood ear old. The boys ent through thin Ice I , .i,,,j i,i..i .i ui. in the middle of Ciifford'a I'ond and were ' lawn, conducted by himself and his drowned before men whom lra. Klulier I wIfe cnllcd ioul.1 leach thm. Their bodlen were i ... ... found later. The boya ntrn cropslne the I Mrs. ISuchelcr also Is suing her hits pond to et trapa on the other elde. 'band for a separation on tho ground The ro.lgnatlon of Ktephen ll. M"lln i that he abandoned her last June and col ector of taxea of Sumnilt wa lal nleht . ,,.. , . , ,.,,, ,i.. haiete.l to the City Council, to take effect 1 " "'nee refused to account for the January 1. Mr. Mullen haa eerved nineteen i Joint profits of their hotel. She told ISTiJiF "A "i?-1 ye" rV. the court that her husband waa k man auirea the otncial'a full time. Mr, Mullen of "loose moral character but that she would refrain from telling wnii ho know about htm. selmnb ilvr 'JIlO Wntehes. Sot rit Hirrni.uilAM, P.i Dec. 28. Charles M, Schwab, at u distance of thousands of miles away, In Iiuropc, to. day played the role of delayed Santa Cluus to more than 200 of Ids supcrln Icndenls tit Ihe llethleheni Kleel Works. Mr, Sch wall was compelled to sail for l.'iii ope some time before ChrlMmin, J and the usual dinner had to be port- poned. To. day's Schwnb's gifts lo his lieutenants arrived. They nro Swiss gold walches of special design, Ihe whole lot costing more than 510,000. ttibutlng Christmas cheer. The Carneglo mansion at ICast Tho latest gift of Mr, Carnegie brings tho total ho has donated for the sup- I Nlnely-first street wa bombarded yes. , port of (,je lnsttuUon up to 1193,000, teruiiy aiteruoon iinu uvcinns "j ' porters because H. H. Topakyan, Ter slan Consul-lieneral, called on tho Laird he having made a previous donation of 93,000, of Hklbo Friday night, and when Mr, Carneglo mentioned that he had In his Luncheon Pari? for Mra. dr Slnear. lifetime given about $125,000,000 to char- lly, education, &c. he understood him W" .Mnder gaTe yesterday . . . I.. I. .iAr m aivn "l ooo ooo "t the St. Itegls ii luncheon for Mrs. Henri I tty' noo ooo to VrUi oWIUes on ' slnc- - lW-r of Mrs.'John A. Inn. ur 1125,000,000 to various o.iarittcs on , Jr wh( h UMlg ,ier mother for lho holt. the llrat ot the year. I day. Among the guests were Mr. and The Persian Consul-Urncral told an MrSi nmrlfs Ii. Aleiatider and Mr. anil evening newspaper about It, and tim ers. Orme WlUon. Jr. Henri de Slncay nowspapcr had Mr, Carnegie clvlnc the returned to I'srls ou Thursday. haa lianilled aa millll aa 13.300.009. he aava. Ill till nineteen yearn of aervice and every year recetvee aa much aa 1250,000 In taxea and afnesamentt. John V, lieoiiarU of i2 Mouth atreet, Newark, waa held In 11,600 ball far the ill and Jury by Judge llerr In the Fourth Precinct Court yeilerday on two churcea of nttemptlnc to pata bad caecke and a third .hurge of breaking and entering. Capt. Vogel and I'atrolmen Kaa and Cort of the I'liurlh Precinct declare that Leonard paaiied had rhecke here ten yeara ago and again al. yeara ago, afterward Teeing to Arizona, Leonard waa arretted Tliuraday night by I'ulrnlnien Splllner and Kaaa after he liar) tried to paaa a bad check on KUward Kundel of 113 Sixteenth avenue, While III and dellrloua Chrlntman Day Mr, Charlea ll, Hmlth. who conducte a boarding home at 5 Madleon avenue, Jereey City, got up from her bed, dreaaed and left her home nlthout being veen. She haa been mining ever elnce and the police of neighboring cities have been aaked to aid In Ihe search for her. Hhe la to yeara old, 5 feet Inchee tall and when she left home wore n lone gray, (lifter, a black em In skirt and white alilrtvalat, a liat with black and blue VTinga and black lace shoee. She enr ittd null handbag. HOTRIi DUEVOOIIT and CXVK I A FAYKTTK Situated at Fifth Avenue and lighlk Street. In the very heart of the old arlito cralln dlatrlnt between Wtthlngton nquare and Fourteenth atreet. haa been me-it lii nurntlal In keeping alive the tplendH iradltlonaof ihladrllgbtful neighborhood . Olrtlagutaheil famine In that section of the city give the management great credit for what It haa done and what It Is doing, Mr. It. Ortelc. proprietor of the Hotel Bravnort. and alwi Ihe Cafe Lafayette, at Ninth Street and Unlrenlly Place, hai made an enviable reputation for Mi cul tlue recognlted the world over. rertona who Injl.t upon eating well go tn Mr. OrKtg'a eubllhmenl and call ll ..nk- - 1 . II...... -an. n Vul V,t " I III. inili'l IKII.UI.HI V. ..v.. . "I " I