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FRANK CASE CLOSED, JURY INQUIRY FAILS No Evidence h'ntinri to indict Any of Mi lij nrher, Is Verdict. ITATK 1)0 NO MOKE MtairrtA. c.i . flenl Th lnvtl return of inn lynching nf l.rn M. 1m. ink I film In .in ii. I to-diiv lir i 1 1 1 t'ohbl Hwti tlt-and Jurj after a tra dm Ion reported i" .tudse I . 1 1 :-. - ttiit I irtitli ! - irt',i; t!uM Hud been fi nnd, t 0 evidence era, ineualelent t- bring Indict ments egntnii nny nr. The mutter otilil he taken up by a; iurrrr.liiiK ir.in.l Jury, but thin. It is win MVti ! ilnii". The Oovernorl his don .iii In hat power In offering I the lewRMl .if II.. '."ii. i'.klf r the entire fund Rl -n dllpOMk Mora ill. in t M i it -It v- WltMaMI xxero ggamlncd yesurday nnd to-day, but the Majority of thetn were on the tt ml for only r few ill DUtM AH refused In db con what tin told tii jurymen, but it gnderetood thai few facta of Impof tamo wen brought out. In part the pfescntmenta My : W have diligent!) Inquired, without tiv. hatred or malice and without fc,ir, fjvoi. affection, taward ur hope thereof, Into :i the clrcumetance connected with tin- k;n.:'- ol Ijro l frank. we hav worked fa i i r u ' ; and hard to die-1 cover who : iii'- perpetratori nf the crime. "We have h.id the active conperatletx I of the llovernor, lie giving ur alt in formation that he ha; of the Attorrxev Oeneral. ami eepectally 'have we had the ajft'.ve cooperation of the Solteltor Qensral of thll circuit and. of the Sheriff nnil hl deputy In I'ohb OOUnty, and have examined before our body every wltiMM we could find who might know anything pertaining to thle matter. "We have found revere! dues, but . have liecn ur.able to tltnl anv one whol coum Identify any party. We have 'lone our lieal. under "in oath, anil we regret to alata that we have been unable to flmi enough evidence to indict any on-' for thia crime. "W'e have lie, n unable to connefll gB -boily wiiii iho perpetration of thla of feme, or to identify an) one who Braa connected with it. "r'roi careful Invettlgatieo we find' that tin reporta which have gone all over the country of lawleeeneae in Cobb county ami the clt) of Marietta before and after thla crime arc tint: lie." CHAMP CLARK HALTS LYNCHING Prrfilln Miiniiiri I'drmrra tn BoWMNQ llMMX, Mt.. Sept. I, Hft.r- rivon R04K, i -kvo vlaytr of DiaHl DetvJdai Mm til fl.itk.l. Uo. a whit fanner, owes hi! lif' td SnitUT Chattnp 'Mark. AtoumU from hli btd esrly to-da b) tho v'hiiKKiiiK f six MUtomoliilcs Inufldl witii faitncri from C1aittsvt1ta who won intrnt upon huDtciKR th ntciu, ('lurk wrnt pimonc th- crowd and exhortod tiic menibt'!- 10 lot tlio law tBko its course. There wore murmur MTU Inst th intrr-ferent-r. but the Se.ikor'H wonl pre Vailed and (he nun dUpened. Rom Ii In jail here, ii kiiini Dftvld oon ftsterday in a quarrel while hoth were employed in a thtenhitiff crew. ASKS $150,000 FOR LOST BRIDE. Klnprr PwOfl I nlhcr-in-li, I.oiiIm J. MrhhiBiN. fur I Iriiu I ln. Max S (a-itmr. son of a leveland mauufat -ttirer. filed suit in the SuprtMiif Court yeaterday afainal iiin fathe r-in-law. Loula f Hchloat. and the latteri brother. Michael Behloaa, matriDari of SehlosK Hrop., wholesHl' t'lothitiK nmnu farturerH, for $150,000 damacen for alienatlna the affe ;tiiiH of his wife, for merly Miss Ituth NchloHH of the Hotel Annonla. The BUll dlacloaad the elopement on July II laal of Leltner ami MIkk Bchloea. 1U came here on a visit and persuaded II lei ScIiIoph to marry hhn at the 'lty Hall Then liny went to Cleveland to visit the brtdegfrooni! family ami wired the brides father nf the marriage, They were Invited lo visit Mrs. la itm r's um le In Baltimore and went there expeetlnif to be foi'Kiven. in his oomplalm Leltner alleged thai when Ids wife's relatives ot her In Baltlniore the said things to her that tail her lo forsake him ami return home to New York. Me rharices thai his bride Was won from him by "trick and device and false statements." FORGED TO FEED CHILD. roklii Wldou Hi. ai. IIimyii Hint idJaalta Uatlti wiiKn arraigned yeeterday morning before JiiiIkh Hike in the County Court, Brooklyn, on an Indictment charKlinc her with paaelng forged utiecke, Mrs. iielan Fahl. i.",. u wnlow. of til tirandvlew avenue, broke down ami admitted her guilt. HavtiiK she eraa driven to forgery in onler to get fo.nl for her little daugh IBT ;tnl alao to buy the latter a dress for her fleet communion. lira, Kahl pleaded with the court not to Mend her lo prison anil aaparate her from her child. She said she had not forsred the checka with "matlcloua In ti nt" and protnlaod to repay every oent. Th total Involved is less than S0, Judse Dike accepted a plea or guilty of attempted forgery in the aaoond de gree. Five yea re In prlaon is the iruutl mum penalty. Sentence will be Impoaed Tuemlay. CONEY S LAST SHARK CAUGHT. Second niitnrr In ?0fa Dgygaw II,, , , l to I BNajMOBi Another aliark was caught at t'oney Island yeaterdaj lie waan't nulte so bia the one c'HUghl off M'aal Twenty ttiird Hlreet on Weflncsday, but he was harder to conquer. Fishermen who hud lost several baifs of llsh wflluh they had put into water to keep the hah freah told William Mat Ban and Andrew gimme, employeoa at th Dreamland pier, that they believed H Hhark was cl'Ulelng around there. The two men baited a hook, attached it to a atOUl ' lollies line and hurled It far out into the water. They hadn't lung to wait for a bite. When they began hauling in the biR nan tiny grew afraid that he would break the line with hla tall. So Simms got a long lope, fixed a nooae, and the next nine th, ahark'a tail appeared above ih water he laaaoed It, Just after that the clothes line broke and the ehnrk oaitte ashore tall first. He was executed on the beach, He was seven fen long and weighed about 100 pounds. Thin is said to he the last ,.f (he eharka In t-'oiie island waters MRS. MOHR HELD AS MURDER PLOTTER; NEGROES ACCUSE HER IN CONFESSIONS VonUnutd from flrsl Pass. co ne right on. The world is with me in my Borrow, i am heartbroken. "MkiBABVra Tiiivny at on a." Inapector O'Neill aaked Mrs. Muhr to-daj to Write her signature, n 'aid it compared exactly with the Kin ..i lure to the letter. Iater he milled thai Mra Mohr had ndmlttad writina r threatening letter to mirk Hura1" be cause of her htMbanoVi affection for the young woman. Wanting MlM Huruer to keep away from him. Accord ina to the police thia alleged mlaaive stated: "if you don't keep away from my husband I'll fix you." The details r told by the police of the alleged eon-ill.l on tile Hrt of Mis. Aloli- and the three negrOOl show I1-.'; Ire IhOOtlng Waa arr.maed care fllllj In Mob:, win. enjoyed a large ptactne here anil In MOWpOft, where he and Ins wife formerly had a large house toaether, used to motor to New port Tuesday and Saturdays, some times with Miss Burger or Mies Orms bee His Providence home had bean moved to the HmWood BOOtlotl after the separation from his Wife two years ago and she lived In the immediate neiah- burhood. ii was expected by the aiieaed con plratora that Miss Burger would i-e with ir Mohr on Tuesday nltrtit. Brown and Healls. they said, accordinx to the police account, had cnnfcreiioes With Mrs Mohr at Newport and at Providence, at one time her seven-year-old son actitiK as Intermediary. It was because Hrown received a note tr.eu Mrs. Mohr by the hoy that RroWfl was dlechafjed some time ago by ! Mohr, The lasr ronfarence before the an t -ins was aald to h.iic been held on Mun- Mrs. Elizabeth Mohr, at the top. day night As a eatltt of i: Ilea ask d Miss Burger tun" with Pi Mohr on Tuesday night. Here is the Hrown confession I,, tin police : "1. Cecil Viator Hrown. 117 years old. of i9 Hammond atreet, Huston. Maav saw BllBabeth t", Mohi Mottdaj nlghl between mid I v. M. aukusi :m, ivi&. She sent for me and told in,- to pr pare to kin Dr. Mohr becauae he could not slaiul this any lotiKcr. "I did not want to do ii. Then ahe says then is soinethniK in I; for von I will put you m ih, garage bualneaa Don't be afraid, as i atand in with all of the detectlvea and chief down m Newport and iha .luiigen iii travldenoe. She save If we Kot In any trouble she would spend her lam dollar to get us out of it and be sure and tell tleurga to come over so an she could nave a good talk with him. After nine days ahe would have everything settled, t .at her part of the aetata, she alao aald she did nol know if his other 'wo children belonging to inn iimt wife would come in for their share and she would pay ine L'.i"iu and also pa) ileorge lt.000 and Henr) 11,1 and n she had a DO Ugh left enc would give ma 1(00 more. 'There 1- no need of Ileitis j stared, everything will blow over, This is something tint lias got lo bi done- i "She made me rub to Hoston on the train leaving Providence at 7:40 l'. M to purchaae a revolver in a pawnshop on Beech atreet, about three months ago. which 1 paid for Mrs. Mohr said: r.et a good one.' if we did not kill him; she Waa ...ins to do ;t heist II. Sue paid 1100 fie the motorcycle i got m .ia this year." Healla got Mlaa Hue,.': and Or. Mohr and drove toward N'ewpoil Miss Bur ger aald that she noted lliat the cat turned 'iff t lie direct route suing into the Harrington rood llealia complain it Of engine trouble all tile way and When he nailed to descend the lull, Juet he-1 fore he stalled the engine completely, lie flashed the big headlight! three times At the loot of the hill the machine : atopped. Healla got out and lifted one' bide of the hOOd. Jual then shots rang, out. in Mohr pitched forward and Miss lluriier, attempting lo bap out of the car. was shot too. The two negroea ! Who did the shooting escaped op a motorcycle, Ha lie vraa la .ei $0,000. Haalla'a confeaoran way 1 wound up tins "Mis. Mohr sent for me Tuesday night, . August 31. She told me that if i would I Otop w hen. Victor Hrown told me to she would give me 11,000." The police learned too thai Brawn . hud been ner iht road on ins motor I cycle a few houra before the ahootlnaT. The negroea enlarged upon their written confeaaluna later to-day ami aald Mrs. Mohr had promlaed them ample protec- 1 on as soon as she got In r biisband's fortune of 1100,000, Healta'i tlrsi sinri. run ..f the holdup i by strangles while be will repairing Ins stalled engine, was refuted Hral "f all by neighbor! who heard the ihoti ami ran down to where lb.- Mohr aui.cn. .Ini,. I alood on the road. Healls forgot about . the atalllng then md ract.i away to the j Ithodn island Hoapital. After Mrs. Mohr's arrest Hrown a. i.d ; as spokesman for hla companion!, The) arranged to attack the physician nit Tueaday, the negroes aald. lo bolster hp the robbery theory, it being In. Millie's i custom to carry a bu g. gmounl of 1 money with him on tin- first duy of the month. , "i made the final arrangameuta with Mrs. Mohr on Monday night," said . Hrown. "She sent for me ami told me sin- wanted the. dts-tor killed, but nol the girl. 'Shoot the girl.' she said, 'bul .lo not kill Imr.' I did not like to do II, bin she was persistent and said the stood in well. Spellman was to get I II. mni for shooting the girl." Mrs. Mohr heard all these d. tail! the oonfeaalona of the negroes- .read be- fore Judge llaminlll. The complaint ; against her stated that ahe "did felonl ; ously and with malice afprethough aid. 'assist, nli. t, counsel, hire, command and ! procure Ileorge W. Ilealis. Cecil Victor ; BrOWn ami Henry Spellman to COmmll a certain crime, to wit, feloniously ami Willi malice a forel builgbt kill and sla y oiut i '. Franklin Mohi ." Mis Mohr pleaded not guilty and was held Without bail, hut an attempt was t . i.e iii oi.. later to obtain ball for her jbcion Judgt Ceorgt 'i Brown of the ! 1 i ! I ZbbibibibBJBbZ 1 ' .odgfl LggW .dial LbbbbbM Lbbbbw aaBBBefl bbbbsbV. K mH igggW mm m BF 'afl!!flHMr v 'B igggf k fi m Sm and, below, the home of the slain Superior t'ourt Tin- ncgroc- were lic.t! without ''all. All will receive a bearing on Repll mber I ;. When Judge Brown heard the appli-l cation he- fixed Mr-. Mohr's bail it' 110,000, which was furnished b) her I counsel anil a few of her nelghbora. .Mrs. Muhr aald ahe might make a etJU meat In tin- morning. TeHe of I'liri'nls. Tiie police received additional in formal. on th oughout the dav lending to corroborate one pr another detail of tin. alleged ioneplracy. Mis Kisie Mu Her. formerly hnuaekeepar for in Mohr hare and at Newport, told Ihent that she left hla employ because of threats i hat had been made. Mr. Muhr, she sa'tl. ki'pl a constant ea iage and the aervanta w re , on- st. inlly wo king with Mis. Mohr, Tin police ais anted that Hrown met Healla mar the Mohr iesiibi.ee at New port a few nights ago while Mis. Mohr was at Xewport. Dr. and Mrs. Mohr were married twelve years ago and have two children, ' Franklin. Jr. in years old. and Vir ginia. 7 years old. The question of maintenance In Mrs. Mohr's lenaratlon sun was tn come up In the Superior Court Ibis month. It g aald that Mrs Mohr was trying to effect a reconcilia tion. n Wednesday she was appointed guardian of her husband's estate, but to-day she realgned ami Mr dialling, her counsel, was appointed instead. LITTLE PRACTICE HERE. Itr. Mi.hr BaiOg I I, . s I, I for ' .Ileum Ion Here In I MOT. William tireenthal, a lawyer (" iitt Broadway, yeaterda pictured Dr, Mohr THINK MILLION DEAL j LED TO CORD MURDER ! Police and Proiieeator Gel In- formation About Big Flor- i um 1 raiiMHciion. Campbn, n 3., Sept. 2. Prosecutor Kro.fl and (he police are working on the theory that Samuel t'nrd, wealthy real estate dealer ami lumber merchant of Philadelphia ami baurel springs, n. j was murdered last Monday as the out come of a lumber t ra nsat.M ion Involving more than u million dollars olaf Potar mn, partner or the dead man in the Uuchannon I. umber Company) who wa- arrestad as a material Witness, I old the Prosecutor to-day 'hat he believed this lUtTrbar contract was at the bottom .if the mystery. Both men were also officers of the f otida i.an.i Improvement Compati) ami a cheek for JlH.iuiu to this concern as a tiii payment on Ilia, 000 from the Florida Lumber Company w-aa due to day't Wlietlior t h is check arrived to-dao or p. 'i tiie Prosecutor would not gay, nor would lie Illuminate the report that a contract covering this mailer between ilie Iwo companies had been found In Petereon'a pocket. Mr. Kraft refused alio lo names on two uusctit letters give the found 111 Cord'a pockets, una of them dreaaad to a married woman was ad and the other io an unmarried woman. petereon has given the authorities considerable information regarding the lumber thai, ami the delectlves aie working on the idea that Ibis trans. i. iion, which apparently would havi meant much to Oordi a rouged 'be enmity nf bis competitors, a boy em ployed III lbs OfflOa of ford In the Hub bit Building in Philadelphia has de aerlbed a man whom, he su.vs. be wan forbidden to admit to Cord'a office. Peterson aayg he will spare m. expense in tracing Hie murderer or lbs peraons who instigated the crime. THE SUN, FRIDAY, physiciar at Elmwood, R. I. in. 1 1 a I. ll Oil) e li. front oi n it .it 1 I ,' West Mlaty-lltll i s:i lid With little in mi practl. l tireenthal couldn't understand I o Di Mohr has appeared n , w Knglan i rich man, With autotnoblli and a nr ictlce In .ew nun entl) ae ., i. id hoisc.- Mi tireenthal was it inael for Mohr In Is'.it orheii the duciui sued Dr. William dtevent for lio,uoa dainagi - foi alienation of h s aife'i air ttono. There waa a certain amount inyatcr) in thia case ai. .i Hie lawyei void nf n yester day MDr Mohra complalnl waa ibe.i on June HI. 1007, unU the answer on July it. A bill of particulate waa Hied on August I4t Toe attorney fi Di Vtevena waa William ll.iit, of :: Broadway, noe dead. "I recall lint Dr Mohr's alleged wife was young and pretty about 3. years Old. sin- waa dark and well dreaood of course a cotitruet to .Mohr's upiararauce I remembei that lr. Hlevena wautel a bill of particulars, and lie. wanted to know when and win. Mohr ami Ins wife were married, i pieased Muhr fo that Information, either b documentary proof or wltneaaes. Otherwise, i tohi him. I Would drop the case -The next thing i heard from him was that the matter bail been lettled and that Dr, Btevena had given him promts eory notea, lr Stevens set up in li s answer that In. Mohr and the woman he called his wife had entered Into a con- Bnlracy to defraud him and that the) were not really married." Mr tireenthal raid thai Mr Mohr i,..i in V' r paid him a cent for his legal ser vices. a search yeeterday In the ia nr Bocords failed to discover any of the papera in the Mohr-tttevena suit ZOO'S MUSICAL BEAR EATS A MOUTH ORGAN Nuirar Coated Inntrunienl In Swallowed Hurinir One nf nm mi v tier n i.psmhis. Up Ii Iha giant sloth hear captured in the wilils of the Himalaya Moun tains a year ago anil I ra usferrcd to the Ceutral Park Boo for tin benafll of art ist! and moving picture operators, for Zip has been called the Itnool specimen of his I. mil in captivity. About two monlha ago. Head Keeper Bill Snyder, who is fond of muatc. noticed that Blp bad a long Iomci hp and. as a long low er lip is necessary In playing I be mOUth organ, Hill decided that Ilie hear would make a worthy subject to leach. The difficult pari of the teaching was to make Zip keep th. organ in Ins ntOUth. Hill conceived Hie Idea of coal ing the mouth organ wnh sugar. The mistake was that no allowance was made ftn zips enthusiasm lor sweets ami yesterday, while playing lustily, he swallowed the mouth organ. gnydrr is considerably worried, for in nil ins twenty yeara keeper lie bus hail no similar ruee ami he is nol sine thai mouth organs ami hear orgatu agree Zip Is being watched closely for signs of Indigestion. JETWOOD A SMART COLLAR. WITH A COfirORT ABLE LOW FRONT RED MAN 2 ion. 25 TlOY BUT peooucr 60 SEPTEMBER 3, 1915. BEER AND BLOWS IN CHOIR SINGER'S SUIT iifiiipsiPiHi chnrpli Mcmbcn Crowd into Court tt Ileal' tf Miiritnl Dlscortl. Ill -SUA MCs NO IKS FLAT HBMPSTgAn, U T. Sept 'J He-r bot tle tops which had been hldjdjOTI 'n a nova iggred in the - of Mrs Beatrice Be bar loVlay whan -he brought auit againat her haaband charging Km With dOgortlnn, The case vas lo aril In -fore Justice of the Peace Walter It Jones with a . row.l of women church members present The 'Hev. In. ' A Ahrena paatorof the Hempetaad Hapiist C'liurch. Wa also among the spectators, as many relativea of Mr Be. ker are weniberi of hB ehtirt h. Mre Hccker is a ilioir singer in the PrebBytorlaii Church ami in.- hue band Baa foranerly a ttnger In the Baptlat Church. Their muaical aocompliahmenta brougiu thiii together and in ii" ihey wt ro in irriedi Mr-. Becki 1 aiiegeti i i ere w is another woman In n.e as., and the buabaud said he came home from rehearaal Dr Cadmani chui In Brooklyn one s.n.n day digit: ami fotiiNi peer boitle topi in the aiov .1:1. 1 remnant' 01 1 cake nJ cigar aahca 01 1U1 aliidoaalll Hi ne bedroom, indicaiingi 10 hia mimii mat there pad been eomething an usual going on m his abaence. He -aid ins wife admitted tint she and her eleter, Mis. Ktoretice Douglae, ai i .Mis frederii i. Hatch bad drunk tb.ee bottlea 01 beer, but when be aaked her who drank tin nine other bottlea ahe refused lo tell him. The husband admitted In' was a bll JealOUa and Bald Ills Wife's reUVllVOB Were tile cause of his troubles St.'J In fourteen Month. Mrs. Beckei alleged thai nei haaband bit her fourteen months ago ami liui only given her in that inn. She aald on the -04 a ud that whan ahe went Brooklyn 1.. see a man named Hani igaiii b whom he. husband was imployedi lie told her that Beckei "was no. migh , ing .11 ot in 1 woman." .Mis. Becker t..l al o thai when !ur huabatel aaw her tea Jama '.1 -. m in. in named Moree lie atru 1. Moist .1.1 then atruck her ill thi face, sin tie. tie. I thai Mo.se bad colled Oh .. ,:. the abaence ot hei huaband nr that sin b 1 1 1. 01 , ; o u Jamaica theatre wtib him Hha ...ini Moree happeneO along 1 was koing bonie ami offered 0 take h, io 1 hi' . 11. as 11 wai 1 lining tiiw denied lb beei tupa and t..Mt-a-hes atory a mi aald alia mi- . told her usb.iml anything about anything oi thu kind s.n ended hci leetlmuiiy .... gay lug that she loved Iter huvbaiid until he llt'Uck her, Ini that the nl..w killed her HiVtfi S; . saai Boutd live with him aaaltfi howevan as ahe needed hia bui - poi 1 At one point in ti teatiiuony M -Beckei aald that the seldom went out with her huaband, but tii.it when 1 j practlaed singing ahe had tu leavu ih hou-e, as the "noise was awful." His Florence Douglae, the choir ginger! sb-ler. n-.nl that '.. waa at the theatre w in liei gletei slien l-er iius band el ruck iicr. that Mors., did not go there With her and II. at he only came there bj accident. rut Kiii-iiiinri' lo Nlurnate, iier the her: ai 1 ':ike luciderd Beckei aald lie win', awn) n'ilh a me an leal omjiahy ind 1 '1 turned in found Ii wit. I W i.. u be IN had ett alter placing the furniture In - I le. I. el - t ..I ins Wife Ii letti from M..T .. . . ai. n s .1 en e.l a 1.1 to her si-tec II. heal .1 t'le tlrs: pari : t. he aald, which read: "My dear little ai 1 cnly ti yeara ubi 1 tin hoc tuind 1 ic abuae I but um awfull aorry ovei the abuse yon got " Itecker aald that at tin- point he went Into 1 house. he hid been stand. tig 11 ide the window, and bis wife told him Hat letter w . intended lor her elstcr, Florence On eroeaexnminut!on ha aald in- and Lis wife tsa.i lived w ih hla ther-in- law, Mrs Smith Ketcham, 1 re week, bul tiiat it seemed h-tc three yeara He did w'ork for hla mothrr-ln-lnWi he aaldi and all tin1 pay he got waa a bathing rult. His wife Often stayed out late a'. mailt, aomet Intel until 1 o'clock In 1 h morning, he said, and "I had to i re 1 bicycle 10 find her." Backet aald he did not strike hla wlft at 1 e theatre, but that sin- atepped In front of Morae and re. cue. 1 the blow Intended foi Morse. "I never Intetitluiially ntruek m wife." be paid. "We hail low taps ..nil I gave .her those occasluualty. she atruck me I tt the nose so haul thai it bled." 1 Justice of tiie i'e ne Junes found i Beckei gllill as a disorderly pgraon Itptl . directed him to nas hla wife $.i a week Reminders! Everything for the Double Holiday. Clothing. Norfolk suits, blue semes gad white ftannoli, hata, sIhh s and furnishing!, Luggage. Wardrolw trunka and sun cam, wecU-eiid trunks mid suit cases, filled bags and lull case Sporting Goods. (lulllts lor golf, tenuis-every outdoor sport . Motor Wear. , aii the eooeaaorie from iteamer mgs to Thar rum bottlea. Our stores are equipped to expedite shopping. Rogers Peet Company Broadway at 13th St. Broadway Broadway i at 34th St. I "The Four Corner!" Fifth Ave. at4l!t St. at Warren 1 ol SUES GIRL FOR $5,000; ARRESTED AS MASHER Importer smvs Ho is ,4No Otj l.f(liHrio" AfflOflff Bronx Voiinfl Women i Samuel liieecbuum, an linnorter nf South A marl CSH gnotls al XT Front street, Nted a suit In the Hiiireme four! yesterday in which he seeks lt.000 damagaa from Miss LOBfl Scher, a music lea, iier of lOltfl Tiffany street, The ttroux, bOOBtagl sin- hail hint ar reatfd a g masher When filing lid complaint tlreanbsum said he sueti the 'defendants -Ister, Hessie Sciier, in Bronx csuntvi aet auao she had him a Treated fur the same reason and thai h" go- a Judgment for r.,o:x against her "I am HO gay Lothario. " said Hieen hattm, "and If I collect anything In these acttoni I Bill give III" mor.ey to larlty, I am I f ;e.il" going business man and 1 don't Lindaratand why they i. id in. arrested for llirtllia wil l tiietn. bacauaa I w is discharged each time." in the complaint Mod jraaterdaxT UreenbaUm alleged that the defendant falsely ami malldouely "ehsrged h'.m wi:h dlrting w.th her" ami that h w.,s "honorablji dlarharBsd and vindi cated" As proof of '; 1. infer. Hon thai ih attenttona 10 the defendant WaTg m.i 'inu e. nine lire nlMttllh o stibiyeti 1 bu nber id somen. r POVl irds winch be aald be had received from Miss Is-ah .-.it i and on winch she made engage ment! to see him. Under a neW statute a workhouse lenience la the penally for 111. .slung. Thi law is contained In subdivision 4, 11,1 sxr, of Ih! l'ennl Slatutes t'n WllllngneOg on tiie part nf women to appeai in court ban heretofore been 1 eeisone'.hlo for the liberty enjoyed b; 10 1 flirts, accord ng to the Pity Magis trates. HrretofOlt thll subdivision, which Is in tiie chapter pertaining to vagr-ints. all.- 1.0 women who hail 110 lawful .11.1 - ..1 auppori and who frequented imblit plncea. it now appllea 10 frBr who itand on stiet corners and 11 to attract t; ttention of Women and gill.- These men ran be classed hi vagrant! end aantonced to the wort. His. for s. ir. :.. is The offender! Itino pay i'. 1 - Th y must be un it tauntsil ii f. 'ii. i guilt) The day the masher :s ovrr." -.. 1 l dice 1 ' mn iaaloner Woo. is ves- It 'a - "Wl going o r il tile com- munity of maahera " . 1. titling to 1 report 'I Police Head- iiuartera eaterda) all patrolmen have '. ti l to w..tt a for maahl s These 1. ci:. a rreated now ami iha wo- ie w .11 no: be compelled t. ,'pi . ourt. BIG MORTAR FIRING TO-DAY. I'rraone Living ear l-'ori Toltra ahonld Keep Wflne)oeva liasea The filing of the big 12 inch mor tals e. HI b. repealed al Fori Totteti at o'vluek tins morning ami about tl.e Same I, tltf tills eVCMI K- i. eut -i'.iI. Heam. In command, has naked Ihnt all windows in the vicinity 1 i, fi op. n ami the lame precautions luken by - rved las trby 11 suient... as were ob- mi sr. mi: Ms. s, 1 ) 1 1 1 1 : 1. s t tins, I GAIFTY , . . JUST OUTSIDE , nM; THE DOOR M I MIN M I IM I s.1 l Mill Ruth L hat t e . ton in Daddy long Legs !i LIBERTY v;.' TW l 'K Uriilv I in l Kundii) I : 4 Kelt Nt-lt J .-M - 7 l Kl b. wVgriffith's' lili. AN rt al'Ki I' v 1 I g) mphoai i irchetra of 40 LYCEUM SJK vev-r liny aKATo nun i mvni sn i The I Naihle i 'omedy mil I M II VltKIK s mis vi imi and Koherl Mar-hill's '. el otllish I III III Kl III Ml I H It tN'KII MARIE TEMPEST acnilOl If! Weil 3d Kve at IILtUULI" Mi. Moil AWisI . an h ii hi s si IN .oi l IM I sett- Hrllilil s Wl' ' 'm" COHAN'S m'i'-' ' E ll I I V N LTINGt Seat- Belling s Weeks In dvame II BAHOB't Thea.eH'yA lit HI Kvs.H SII i uunan o mu lo-iiim Mon.aneo I III MN I I I I ." hi II IHI.KN Kl.KIN itinu i t.l 1'inleA .'lib I'boiit OAtlOl'ol ranR i ... s iii Mail Wed a s.c j . MAY IRWIN .-Mr . (-;'( Mukrr .s'f.r. in (hi m u I 'tnnfi M W - MUM I ON M.,t leMhtir t) Monaa) llel -.r- i WINTFR PAROEN W MUIM1 III vi itt( t.f H tin it iiiiicn hho. Ili'llhlatH leOr, WM eU.Jiili eVI.tMl, lllt ihMMi I AIWIK HO l!lJ,ViT!T booth fi"! SV,;;:,,1;"?;,,,1;;? i ii i I ion'- ' LOUIS MANN ii,',,'", i DMKIM ur v MTKKKf I. U K Comedy i '. c,.1,;,;;',-' ' Labor Day Mai. ;',; u "!:;V". !,!-"" ANEW PLAY SffllUW 'Audience gave every sign of tits drBBet JgBBBBnfe. .HBS "11 sti.uild be run ;, THE ROAD lllllll leu hence.' iiioi I'll. Mini Krom ISHUBERT n it - r..rir..d. lUhaini i . hi 'V '"'""" s. ' li b .vim u'.Mod on I he l our Motloni, oth. Diii.lt mi s UKMoNAUK l'' lit: I. I'n ALL,. nOLUMBIH : ' BURLESQUE Mm. 'I'o day U MAIDS OF AMERICA rtiiiA i r .. v I lo 1 1 l' M. Ilk, 1 .. Illltll in ) MIX .V VII -.i.,,- .'Ac, aot.it wt in Menuiilu. uthvT 1'icu. DANCER SUES FOR DIVORCE. MM I'nrcsuondcnt la "lelrr of lifVOI I'eollll nelMtc.'i Mrs. Bosallo Bleyei a dancaTi Bhd has won more than Unn cups In com petitive dances, has brought suit in Uai Supreme CoUrl for a JlVOrOO IrOtll BBm uel Hleyt r, also it dancer, who Is the son of a wealthy paper manufacturer. The couple wen- married at Delmonl- cos on April l, l"lt. and Until Ihey aapa rated lived al the Hotel Hargravc. Mrs. Bleyar alleaea thai her huaband ii.a enlliv nf mlarunducl at the Hotel ' i.afave'le at Long llcnolt Oft July Iii last with a woman unknown lo ner. but who she believes ii "an actrciH of great prominent e." Hleyer Hied an ii'iswe" -strrdriy through Henry J. nnd Frederick K tlotdamlth in which he denlea ins wife's rhorgeo and says he has no Ideg of the Identity ttf the woman act used 111 oth reapondenti Bleyer says his wife is jealoug of nil woman with whom he daces, ami has matle Qllfoiinded barges against hlffl lierore. J. W. CAIN LEAVES $200,000. Wmn ictlve In Qgl I'olltlci Hntiportt r of BBBldy. James W. Cain, a I'.-'nocralic pul'tl dalt of Qtieona, who tlietl at his home lit Hiysi ie last riiday, Ii t an .state of 1300,000, according to papers filed ei lerday with gurrugata Daniel Noble. Mr. rain was at one time one of the .test known farrneis on long Isl.iml He waa BupBrlntendent of Highway! when Joieph Caaaldy was Preeldenl of Ljueena borough, Mr. ''am was -iiw one of tiie directora of tin Flayatda n. t nnal Bnnk. n I fortune wns made in I 'ring .md m the sale of real aetata if the relate It.ooo is 'e't to the 'i .ion reft f the Kluahing Hoiptial A lew imall beQiteala are made to tela- Uvea n il ti e balance Ii pUl lit trust for , i . in la w, Mrs. Ida II ram. Widow ,:' Ml holaa V, it Cain t her death rile propert) is to be distributed BQUBUy between elghi naphejwa and nieces DESPONDENT WRITER SIHCIDE. Jnirph llonrilmnn. n irnHnte of Oiirlmuiilh, ' "i- I'bronf. JoBiph HohiMiimii. 31 ar old( A wiidT. OOlntnlttsfd sult'hle yosi Ttl.iy In a farntehd room houw at 407 Wt0 K(iPt -si'vrrtlh s'rrH Ht whi fotllld lying MfOM tin- Ihmi in th roooi wtilcli ho ; v tak.wi i ho dny boforo Hp wm fully rirrMii Hli I h root hurt boon ottl With a ruor Ho lofl t l(-ltrr for 1in brothor Klchordi a towyoi1 of Ift ihfttitfo htncOi .l'iMp I'liy. BOMfdinotn w.is a Ki.Klii.ttc if lan- mouth ii" hort io?i noonpiipor wru it tiii- i! f. n number f jroetm, and hod boon on tokinii i contributor of voroi to mogTiisiiroo. Rorontly had h-vn rilorouroitotl In li' BttomiUai t got htr oorK ruhleiid. orortllug t Hvnry Com bid Iiin hnuhor'n inn- portnor in Jofooy 'n. '' v lu-ni ihj lotior ho hod wrltlon W9U ilollvonnl ltthord ioird- mnit War in Moinfl JfOOtCI i i . CORD MEYERS LOSE JEWELS Believe Handbag Wna i.en al Belle Torre lob. Mr n t., wh eml of M: . t'ord Meer of Rrook .using along the eaatorti laland In their tdeatn ipeth, reported in Chief I. yacht the Ma of I'..' ro Hie arrival yeatert that Ihey hiid mining Jewelr; s derabte mom Batch and t t'. flows) d u their . 1 . ..1 Uri enporl itlaaed a Valued at an old fi valuables tandbng eon It (mu. run ihlnned -old Igl I s le lost Belle 'IV' re Mrs Ml Mr sad .- if I bo the bag while visiting llu Club at Port Jefferaon, I. two age She said she eras to recover the tvatch. w uore anxious 'bh wai an heirloom, than to timi the ntuer jew..;-:,. AMl'BKMBXTa, III I HI s IMI nil! lMs NEW AMSTERDAM M..t, I sIhh Ii... AWed '.' ii - Muilcal Hhna Kver PrrKluciri am giMi.miavi NEW MIIIMI.II I FROLIC ! HUDSON , i nil si Kvea ai s is I t l-M'W. Moll .V e I I IMI I IIMIM M, World UNDER FIRE U II I I Wl I III II I I.N tt IHlRRifi " KKT til WT. lives ai s r. Mm Ti i Mnii ,v u . i II ts I III si II, III I hi I . pnns selasco , - THE BOOMERANG eltinge fttM-Si ;,;::.;. .v.". K.1:.-lfVi-aj:l T. HOY BARNES V Ml VI' VI I I t vs I'lJLTON ! H'wm Kvoj .mi pi i u Mom Wtil S0MEBA6Y! l.ii'ieliitiat Ti I Mm ph.' ' N . N Anifi irmi GLOBE Ml- il l W M ..I A VVnl MONTGOMERY & STONE iUJjj risiur p " ' n ai s ii v-nu i ii l i ' - n 1 h.D Wi mill 1 1 1 1 1 ii v llrllrr lli.ui "Ilie M.n, 39TH ST. hs7. m' V "' 'li. 'i lT,r'. , iih.i.ihi ii viu in triiviTt in rfTUilTiiwinnifiiifjirTj) IIMI III. . 1 M, s I 44TH ST "" ' ' M'waj Kva i vs i lin k: I.AB1 i 1 1 vii s Ull M VI 1.1, , nml H IIKKM V. vi i nv MUM II l M. I I v I 111 It I I in ill I i .ii lYciiv i Urls hysterica! delight." 1 "s," " " s!;,', ' BBBbW gsB I TO HAPPINESS ilslil.elly li.il I. ir II llouie' Man II.,, I. 11,,,!,,." lilt, ide." M ol rhea.,1 1 Hi. xv ,ufjl'ry r.v- s i., i,, i,olmrl)iu .v. xx od VMIIMSllVl MVIIVri I.I s s v Is H. Ml. KAIKX XIIIIMI MIIMIi, l.UUH WAV I. AT0llinPBrrai itii. uawki in I rl A II U N ' 'a 11 "" "Mearl of Jennifer'1 J""1"" ini. ,. uc airiiiiillrch ASoloUui n.m xveck. Miry I'lekfunl In "Kmuerolila" MlGHT0N EVA TANGUAY 'tiii i'ii nf -. i. Itevoe. g a gag m A Slupendeoi Nil L U IM AltJN SBROtOWtyECHO er m ' Cvanlne at BilOail X , Fre Dancin.', Conleat Thursday Nights 13 FAMILIES OWN .1-15 OF MANHATTAN Siicictv ( Lower Renin cfrrt Vignm tf AnaeMed Vnlnen on Iftlrind. TAXES HEfJ) IM.IJI i, The Society to l..wer Hems grid f dtice Taxes on Homes IBIUed a I .1 ment yOBtardgy asserting lb, 11 1 litrtee- famtllai own onoflfteenth .if iha .... gasad Ignd valuation of Manliattun, t total of IMIidOdtOfl for Ih thirteen families, or It 1,000,000 a ramily, Th! total number of famlllea in the Is i i- . Is plaaeil at 110,000, Theae ngurea a., not Include iha land owned by tbe mmm faunllei In other boroiisrhs of Ilie city, The "thirteen land owning famll e, as tnentlimed In the society's llatantOgt, are The Aatore, Vandorbllta, Hhinelandtn, r h. Potter properties, .1 r. Morgan, :. II Vim Ingen, vVondnla, I toilet i, Hhret. ilerrye. ChsrleO F. II IT man . iaie, wiuiam ii H Martin, BUgSJM Hoffman, The socieiy Undo that nearty .in-.;t. teentb of ti.e asieaaed vnlualton f Mi una: la It Is owned by two corporal in s.uiors' Sninr Harboi atid TTlnlt) Cel. porattori, the Former holding land i aeaaed ai I10.40I.I00 ami building! eeeeed at H.TIO.IOfl ami the laitei ai .ng land aBeOCSed at II.OlT.tOfl and iiuibiiUKe aaaeased al I3.lt4.l0u. According to I he toniOt)'! Ilg.nrs $i 100,090, or nearl) onetwentleth ot in. olty'a annual budget, goes for th bener; of these thirteen lendownera, whn pa 'ti.lv 11,1 11,071 lb laves out of tin n onni rent. The Ft aaefoed vaiue of the "'..i tr menta" on the nr pertlaa owned b) 'ha tlnrteen famlllea, the BOCMHy sas, is Ia0.9it7?e "a liiite more than on-- fourth of the vnliie of the land " Tl.i si element add : "The avarago amati he-mo owner h.i three times as valuabto in Bpf n as nil land, bul the totnl naeenel value of land owned 1... the : i r : -. I " thousand amall home owners of be c , ii l.s thai, it ,t of tin- Aalor fainli In Manhattan, I h ugh their Improvetinx ate worth eeveral 'line.- as much 3 i hoe of the Aatore. ami the ami 1 horn iwnera, n tei; as all tenanta of the e;t .i e taxed for till bsmefll of th.ee . i I a 1 other lug '.and tltOI OpOllOO . I ' city. "Theaa thirteen famlllea Illustrate i reaaon for tiie opposition to the pro. gramma f tie Uower Banta Socitiv I io transfer taxes now levied on bu I Miiks to land values, ami t . wee; gtl ncreaaea in the city budge; by a tuper j lax n land valm a." WIFE ABSENT. HE ENDS LIFE. unite She mi. mis Itecrptitia m t'lce-Prealdrnl He ahoola lllniaelf, tigatNOTOM, Ky., Rcpt. ! While Ii wife was attending a reception given In honor of Vlce-Prealdeul Mar ben. to-day It ftnbert m Bryan, aged 45, ii pmtnlneni veiei Itnrlnn, Bred , bullet Into i Ii hi in ami died so j after. I lr Bryan "a. gaaoelated In buelnesi with Dr, i; Hoover, who is u counn nf the Vice-President, ami Mis. Bry.il waa aaaiatlng in recelvtng at l, Houtei - i home. IMI l MKNTn, CANDLER TIIKATHK ' Kvea. a i? Ihsrp Li I II Kl e4 BtCCCH HIT THAN lONTPif.' rnx. rifiRCIV R" wen ASTOR i ni. tTRE H i.;c v i Kvi ajj Mais r,i I IH l( I Mil 11 , A REAL PLAY AT LAST" M!l C0HAN HARRl&'i greatest! JRIUMPrjl iongscre lllg Sisler i.t Vin. SEATS ON SALE MONDAY for I HI BATTLE CRY OF PEACE VITAGRAPH THEATRF ii lis. r timi: THURS. SEPT. 9 Lexington ',V I;: t-jliESS Potash & Perlmutter Veil XXeek-' 7 KK - Til II XI Ill'X I I STANDARD f, V - Opni Mimj. il-aborllet) llnl pr,V,,u,"""THE YELLOW TICKET VflDI 1 "r Leiioi Xi i n lUtlN ' '.y! Hi mbi me i . . i i i III s Moil I ilo i II. iv M.H - te,,:uK'1 THE NATURAL LAW "Mandalay ' i Floating Carni K.V- Hem lit.. I I I1IMMII Ullsl MIMS A IHNi IM fpt . Ii Sjm-i-IhI I tint f-' Kshlnitiiiii I ' si 'pi 7 i .i is ' walk NiuiH, I irali llu Kept. N Filtnlnil i'iiU 1111 Miatr iiiH . Si i '. M.i-iuf ( u' inni It. ill. -mil.' Klynn. ilraui, Youui Mi1- lUrrj i i o.M Kfpl ID Dam lni: unit"! lhafftt hi 'i it II loUIIHiln, I . tn-mil Hniii.il Illi! Nlgttlt I tl W..I lit Si'. I niMiiu lUltiTv I'n r ; .1 . i HUTKtaM m HKTAl it i - 14th Street, near Fourth rcniu Prince George Rcici I llXInllll I I I II XM I ai mxiiiitii i i ri i it s -lit. WllM.s New pegarturegirvlueBla Thiuei i III XX bt .Hi lit U Wi, I. Hi .