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H 4VPRW1 > em t nwd d fim tlU in Hmiable humor when It ItHo Itndp ttndd
ndp ndpHf ndd nddHr
Ho was met by Supt D Lamb the thelead theleild thelietid
lead i pf > f the institution who wperlntend upertntendd pertnten
1 < 1 i tllf ho hd taking of Thaws Thaw pedigree pedl e Thaw Thaws Tbawarht
IS s sarched < arched d but he had left his papers papersimi papersHill papersgrt
Hill valuables behind behindLamb ixhindLamb behindLamb
Lamb told Thaw Tint he might have any anyasonablp an anasonablf anyasonabIe
asonablp luxuri luxurlPfi > s in the way of food foodMn foodYn foodvIL
Mn Yn wine If he h cared to pay extra for forh forhf forhp
h hf > > things thingsH thingH thingsH
H said smoking vas net allowed within withinh withinhp
h hp l wills WII of the institution but prisoners prisonersAiiose prillOnerltlo prisonerstOSe
Aiiose tlo tOSe e behavior bE havl l had been good were ere al aliwftl alWhJ alto
iwftl to smoke in moderation He Intl intiwti Intl1j IntldttI
wti 1j tliat tlla t Thaw might b btI given the theiivifge theri theiv
iivifge ri iv 1tgf kg > under these circumstances circumstancesThv clrcumstaCeTb
Thv 111 Tb w first nr t stepped to the anteroom anteroomwifrv anteroom anteroomIfr anteroomIirk
wifrv Ifr ho h wrote wrot a short note to his wife wifeas wifeh ife ifeij
as ij h hI < > had promised at the station stationHr stationH itatIon1L
Hr H 1L was as then th n taken Into one of the big bigK bigimilrlt bigmitrka
K imilrlt mitiri mitrka s by Keeper > r Kelly who did not notxl noti41
xl Thaw but bade him follow Most Mostf
> f toe tn fifty patients occupying the cots cotsw cotsvrfo
w vrfo ff r already asleep asleepThaw aal aalThaW asleepThaw
Thaw bade the members of his hl party partygoodhy partygMty partygwiIby
goodhy at the door OReilly OUeUl said he hew hell1d hOw
w nUl call to see him tomorrow tomorrowlunb tomorrowI
lunb I 1 mh h mId afterward that Thaw would wouldplaeti wouldpIa wouldplatI
plaeti pIa in the observation ward Iud for forthirty fortirt forflrty
thirty tirt diyB within t th ext > next xt day or so soMI soHftr sothfl
thfl MI Hftr ft ftr < > r that time If ho did not Im ImTY Imr
TY r 11 I would be given 1vn ven a room IO m to him himf himTaiiih himLuh
1 > f
Taiiih paid aid tht Thaws wife wtf mother mothersrotiifr motherrdiwl motheror
srotiifr rdiwl or lawyer could visit him any anywriv an anWIok anyk
wriv k rlaye between the hours boa of 9 a m mM mill mnj
M ill i 5 p m The rule ruJ require that these theserings thesfhrings theserings
hrings rings be held In the hospital recep reception reeppI ¬
tion I ln < D room roomThaw iflOYflThiw OOm OOmT
Thaw T I a will Ill not have to wear any unl unlorni un unirrrn 1 1m1
orni m1 and may attire himself hi Ulelf in any sort 80rtd sortf ort ortf
d f 1tllfS lot lies he h desires His hair will will not notto notnf notf
> nf > f to be clipped as in prison prisonTHAW prhlonTHAW prisonTHAW
Jnry JnrJt Yerdlot Not ot Guilts GullhCourt GullhCourtommlt GuiltyCourtomniliM Court CourtCommit
Commit ommlt Him to Miittenwmi Miittenwmiw
> w York Feb L IUrry liarry K Thaw was wasi wasittd
i rutted ittd of the murder of Stanford StanfordAliit StantoNhit
Aliit x hit h it on the ground that he was Insane InsaneMI
MI 11 th ti night h he did the shooting shootingTii shGotln8TI shootingjury
Tii jury jur returned its It verdict at 1256 1256viok l 12iOthis i i101lk
viok 101lk this afternoon nooa Four hours later laterw
w v started on his way to the asylum asylumI uYlumthe
I t the le > e criminal insane I at t Matteawan XaUnwen1lnsr ttt5Wfling
1 1lnsr n < r been committed to that tnstitu tnstituIKM luUtut instituby
t IKM 11 t hy > > Justice fowling immediately immediatelyffr
ffr < fIr r th t lit I e > verdict n rcIIet wa was returned returnedwill retUlDedf
f IT I > will stay > t7 there until It has been beenu beenilA4
u 1 MM that he fa no longer I a insane and andvit andi nc1 nc1tnt
tnt vit i 1 t 11 Ids is freedom will tIl not enda
I tr trThp
riio r Conclusion N nIUlllon > of the th Jury was no noirit nor1t noLrlt
irit r1t s rhe iae to those tbollew1ao who had followed followedtestimony 10110wedtstimofY followedtstinmny
testimony anaut aft aedM44 l at It the second 1MOIMllJ1a1 1MOIMllJ1a1Oll trial trialSoon
Soon Oll after a nrr the Jury retired on Friday Fridayrtmocm lIrlday1I10I0n r1day
rtmocm they stood eight bt for acquittal acquittali
II > i tilt tl ground ec f insanity and act four for fortiiviotion forIljtion
tiiviotion tiiviotionAfter Iljtionftpr U tion
After ftpr considerable onidera le argwrnent nt in which whichihiv whichrt hlcb hlcbi
ihiv i rt was wa dtocwMNon of evidence evideac pro proiupcl proiif1
iupcl f1 tl > v the clef defense and careful sera seratiny IICrujny
tiny jny of the exhibits in tn the ease two of oft
t jurors cam came over to the belief that thatThiw thatf
Thiw f tl II W was insane I when belt he killed the theTiiis tbeiitct
1tct 1tctTIis iitct iitctThis
Tiiis was how ho they stood not Ions long < alter alteri Literinigh
Anight i i inigh nl ht on Friday and before they do fie fied
< fr1 < > d < to quit arguing for the night and a at
tiK t H little r r rest restT t t tjurors
T jurors went to breakfast at th thift UN UNift
ift t tI > Knlcker Knickerbocker oehr this tb mornto morn mornIng It ItIonIC Itlong
long after they returned before beforei
i p ten who ho were for insanity won over oYerlrJt
ur lrJt t r ut tiir liPI of the objectors to their side sideTli lid lidlho
Tli lho eleven f1f fn concentrated all their efforts eftortsthe eKortat
I < the t he twelfth man Five JI lvo minutes be bef 1Mtttt
f ttt 1 > re the juror marched rclMd into the court courtom courtill1
om ill1 n1 lie > too was W Wa won ov Oft OftAt ever r
At the t he first trial after fortyseven fortMftIIrs
IIrs urs rs of argument the 1h Jury disagreed disagreedsttuding dtMpMdt dIssvedttiiding
sttuding t < 1Jdjn eight for conviction U ft and four
fr 11 acquittal The second Jury Ju wag out outtollt
1 tollt 1h it t twentyfivt hours hoursThaw hounrhRll bournFiiaj
Thaw Fiiaj Opposed to Commitment CommitmentWhether CommltmcntLethf
Whether Lethf > r Thaw wa WH pleated or 41 41T1as4d < lis lisTl
Tl Tta T1as4d asod fd at the verdict nr kt there was pracU pracUillly
ally no way ay of telling at the time it itvis It1I
vis 1I kla announced in th t th0 courtroom He Heoj
oj i up and faced the jurors juror The ghost ghostf
f a smile sn1l m1p passed over his Is face Then he bernd
turned rnd and tnd rid spoke to one of his hi lawyers lWenflfr
After being taken from the th courtroom courtroomOTW rourtlOOlftIIVvH
OTW IIVvH ver he showed he was violently op opt op opj
j t tit going goi to Mattawan At flnrt 1Inttf
f < attempted aTt mpled to argue with his lawyers lawyersrnnripnlly JaWY8J1rr1I lawyerslrUiripfllly
rnnripnlly rr1I < pnlly Martin W Littleton his chief chiefouiise cblefOllnfl chieloiinsel
ouiise oiinsel J They would listen to no aug augt n nf
t et T tnn < rn from him that an effort be made madeUst JRadetu madetst
Ust tu t th thC validity of Justice Dowli lowilags s slir iLr
lir lirIt LrIt
It was said that Mrs M dr Mary > a ary Copley CopleyThaw CopIerTt1aw
Thaw hid mother ftlt at flrst rst there thereptiniiid theretnllid
ptiniiid be some attempt made to obstruct obstructr
r sons om ns removal to h the asylum tom tomMot J h ie ieA
A as ronvinced ilwln ed by Uttleton that the thej theIroplr
j rppr course was w to have Thaw taken t eR to toa toI
I > a 5iUfl yium Iunl for 01 a time before his family familynnx tamU tamUfl
nnx fl any steps ate for his liberation liberationTth Jlben lon lonlti1
Tth Littleton and District Attorney AttorneyT AttOorne AttOorne1ntr
T 1ntr rorne rnie declined to make m e any s4Mznsnta s4Mznsntas 4a4 menta mentais 18 18s
is s to t n haw h IW they th felt about the verdict verdicti
i > r course our Littleton was pleased and andiMtitl aadH andQIitl
> H > iMtitl QIitl 11t I that t ha t the course he had pursued pursuedu
u + ne I e trial t rhll had been vindicated vindicatedThp vlndleatedThp
Thp friends of Jt J1OIDe ome said the verdict verdictas
a > as a really a vindication v1dIcatIo for him At th thi the thetrIa theti
ti i ist st trial trIa he had anmmnced in open court courtbelieved eourted courtloeved
believed ed Thaw fli was insane at th the time timer
f t the t hf shooting hootln before that time and andH andftr andtr
H ftr tr tuat 8t t time tlme and that tbatlt If the facts taet were wereThaw Weftn werewn
wn n Thaw would not have been on ontrj
trj 1 j jL jLAIthiugh L
Although thU h Jerome had stbren n experts expertstestify eXIMrtaIP
testify IP I ptj tity V before the lunacy communion that thatThaw thatThaw thtThaw
Thaw was AS incurably Insane the commis commispion COIIImIIliOn coesmisrIcn
liOn decided he e was W able to ad adViSe vine with withhis withw withhs
his w counsel There Th was nothing nothln Jerome Jeromei Jerome1J1
v i ild 14 do 10 but prosecute prcMeCutebim prcMeCutebimJurors him himJurors 1dmJurors
Jurors Go o to Itrcnkfant ItrcnkfantTlit Urcnl IIronlfnstT fRIIt fRIItTlt
Tlit T w jurors were tired and hungry hu hungrynigh r1 r11l1ugh
nigh At 8 oclock cloek this morning mornln to an announe AnnOlln anfl1Ufl
noune nOlln to the court officer they wanted wantedlir wantedlfIakrast wantedbrakfat
lfIakrast lir > akfast Carrl CarriiMT Carrinass were sent to the theCriminal theirlmirlAl theCrlmmal
Criminal Courts buUdfaigr buUdlft and they wore woretak woretai wereto
tai n to t the Hotel Knickerbocker where whereti
ti Ii I I hid been locked up prior to the theiin theUn
iin 1 < th case aM was submitted aubmJtt Anally to tothem tot
them themThtr I hen1hr hen hflJJT
Thtr T frl are no easy chairs and lounges loungesthe loun 1
1 the ilf jiry room When Whet the Lb Jurors saw sawi
i soft lrt chair haJ and couches in their old oldrooms oknru eMro
rooms ro ros at t the Knickerbocker they fell on onh ont n nnlll1
nlll1 t h < m and B nd took it easy until breakfast breakfastivi
ivi w r ro ra4y ra4yJir > > arty artyJucr af1yJ
Jucr J 1 t r Jlolbert 11 ot t most t felt the need of ofhair ofiatr
4 hair iatr When he stepped out of his hisrriaffe hlt4rrlaRft hisrrlage
< rriaffe he slipped on the snow now and andsprawled andlrawJf1 andPi8WiCd
sprawled on the pavement pavementAfter ltaventefttrlfI 2venntft
After ft e the t he Jurors returned mu there were wereusual wereE ere
E < usual rumor rumors as to how bpw they stood stoodu stoodt tooel tooelt
u t that time there wer wez4 e few persons persons1iMitit peraousbout personsthe
bout the th c cnnon eourthouse urthou PI1IktPAUT rfr fr the theon theinMon
inMon nnon on that it was ra Saturday and 1Id no courts courtsB rourlliTe courtssore
B sore iTe re in session The Th polio showed showedstrong showedrng howtdrllng
strong rllng disapproval of of an ant loitering oIt nnl by bytu byill1t bytRse
tu ill1t > e who had no business there thereThopo thee theeFIibFo
Thopo 11101 who might be expected to have havejjiy havew
jjiy w fl knowledge of what was going golD on in inhf in11t inhe
hf jury jur room expressed ex belief there thereivasnt tht thtnsnt thereasnt
ivasnt asnt a chance chaJ ee of the Jury agreeing agreeingThe agreeingrle rtelng rtelngfhp
The principal gossip g098f gos l on how the Jury Juryftod ju juod jurybd
ftod od bd had it 9 to S for acquittal the three threeivlxf threewhu threewho
who were holding holdlD out having bayfn according accordingto ll rdin1 rdin1lot
to lot the he report f port announced tirm intention intentionnot Intention11t IntentionflOt
not to yield to arguments of the others othersThat othersThat othersThat
That was the situation wh w when n there came cametap ean1etafl cametaxi
tap on the dor d or If ° f t the h 3 jllr1 ff room Just Justi justabout
about i > out t th the time everybody was wat expecting expectingp
1 p jury jur to go to luncheon Capt Lynrh I
of the court squau peeked I ffked > in and came cameback caineack cunebak
back b ack with the announcement that the thejury thejury theury
jury J ury was ready read to report reportFirst reportFlrt reportFirat
First Word orc1 from JuryUp Jury JuryUp JuryUp
Up to that time there had been no nocommunication DOeommunlcatlon noommunication
communication c at all from fro the Jury There Therewas henwas Thereas
was w as speculation as to whether wb r the Jury Jurywas JUI7wa juryas
was wa w as about to inform the Judge that they theycouldnt Uaercouklnt theyouldnt
couldnt c agree or to announce M they hart hartagreed Uda UdJuUce hadgreed
agreed agreedJustice a greed greedJustice
Justice Dowling DoI had been in his hi cham chamber chambe chamr ¬
ber be b r for about an hour and ad was talking talkingto
to t o Jerome at the Ume Urn The Thaw law lawyers 1wyen lawers ¬
yen y ers Littleton Peabody and 5j ORettly ORettlywere ORe ORewere OlhelIlyere
were w ere in an u adjoining < f moni room chatttaeT Chtt1I with withEvelyn wtUaEveyn withvelyn
Evelyn E velyn Neabit Ne blt Thaw who 110 had come to tothe totbe toe
the th e courthouse early earlyYoung earlYou earlyYoung
Young You Mrs x Thaw said she couldnt un understand Uftderated usrstand ¬
derstand < i rstand why there was any trouble m mthe litthe Ine
t the th e jury agreeing It was perfectly plain IIamto plaino plainto
t to o Ler r that on the evidence her hndMvnd hndMvndshould It ItlbouJd hibanithould
i should s hould be acquitted acquittedShe acquittedShe acquittedShe
She intimated that the prospect o of H Hthird JLtblrd iihini
t third hini trial worried her a good dealTb8 deal dealThe deaLThe
The only other member of the Thaw Thawfamily Thawt1mUy Thawunily
family t unily present was Josiah Thaw Thaws half halfbrother halfbroth halfrother
j brother broth b r His mother and his sister I MrOeoige Mr himeoi n n04Qlp
Oeoige O eoi ge Lauder Carnegie remained at the theLorraine theLorrainE theorraine
Lorraine L but received telephonic sets messages IIK IIKla setseages ¬
sages la n from the lawyers tawyentThaw JwyerThaw lawyersThaw
Thaw had been sitting sitt upstair hi the theprison thepnou therison
prison p rison pen Impatient ImP tkant at the delay He Hehad Hebad Head
I had h ad rpent tlJt t a nervous and resUess aia Dl ttIn nightn it itIn
Im I In n the Tombs Tom and showed many physical physicalmarks pbrstodmart physicalalts
marks m alts of the th strain he was undergoing
In the course of the morning mornns white bllo pac pacing I hiocng C Clag ¬ I
j lag ng up and down the room be said saidJ
J km m afraid that despite the vigilance vigilanceof 1iclIiseef
of < o f my counsel one or two men who 110 have haveinnate havelanate haveInnate
innate prejudices against nst me became becamemembers bec becmHIlbera hecamtembers
members m of the jury I have in mind one oneman oneman oneman 1
man in particular but I do not care ta tamention toJltmUon t tention
i mention m ention his h name nameHis DitmeHie
His attitude 01 of antagonism to me e wts wtsso wso 101
so s o open dun during durtn the trial that it was at nat natural natural notral ¬
ural u ral I should take more toreful notice noticeof noU noUof noticef
of o f him hi than of any one else el eii In the court oourtloom courtloom courtoom
t loom oom I could not overlook the fact that thathe tbathe thate
t he h e was friendly trkndl with a member of the theprosecution theptOIIeCutlon therosecution
prosecution prosecutionTh p rosecution rosecutionThe
Th The attitude of this thl man was w portico particularly JMU11eularly porticoamb ¬
l larly amb noticeable notl e white Mr Littleton wts wtssumming wu8ummlntf wsumming
summing s up upJury upJar upJury
Jury Jar lireugrht IJr uJht Into Court CourtTt CourtIt CourtIt
It was not more m4 mere re than an hour later that thatthe thatthe thathe
the t he Jurors marched into the courtroom courtroomA
A few of them looked tired Gtoorgfe Oeoc Gary Garythe CArTthe Caryhe
the t he exConfederate major who bo wa was the theoldest tJMoIdelit theldest
oldest o < ldest man on the Jury looked ac fresh freshas freaks
I as a s on the th lint day he sat in the Jury jur
box b ox
boxI oxAs
A I the twelve swung around the brass braasraited brassailed
ailed r inckwure on the north side Ide of the thecourtroom t1Meourtroom theourtroom
courtroom c and made then thetrWA7 way to the box boxtwo boxt
two t wo o of them hammed softly 11 to them themselves themI ¬
I selves s e4ves Ve8 Justice J lee Do Dowilafc had already alreadytaken alreadyI shreedyaken
I taken t his hi seat eat and the courtroom was waswelt waswell
well filtod filtodThe ftlledThe fllledThe
The doors were looked and Clerk Pen Penney PegMY Peesoy ¬
soy said saidHarry saidHarry saidSItarry
Harry K Thaw Tha to the bar barThe barThe barThe
The prison guard uant who 00 had been sitting sittingin slttlnl1ft
in I n the rear of the courtroom didnt seem seemto Hemto seemo
to t o understand the order It wa wu a minute minuteor minuteor minuteOt
or Ot so before he hustled out and got t Thaw ThawThe ThawThe ThawThe
The defendant glanced nced over the court courtroom COUrt1001II courtoom ¬
room r oom as has b been hi his custom and walked walkedlowly waJkedIowly walkedslowly
lowly to hi his seat at the counsels coun el table tableHis tableHb tableHis
His wife and Josiah Thaw had their usual usualseals uBuall usualmats
seals l aU and next to Josiah sat Iheoiofa IheoiofaRoosevelt 1 IheoiooRoosevelt hfol4 hfol4Rooeevett
Roosevelt Pell J eU > cousin of the President Presidentand Proaldentand Presidentand
and tennis player plal r of note lie I is a friend friendof friendoC friendof
of Josiah Thaw ThawHarry Tha ThaHarry ThawIlarry
Harry Thaw did not turn hi b his head in inthe Inthe Inthe
the direction of anybody in I the family familygroup familygroup mIlT mIlTgrouP
group groupHave grouPHave groupHave <
Have you agreed It < reed upon a verdict gen gentlemen ff8fttiemen gsatienien ¬
tlemen of the Jury Jurrr asked eel Clerk Penney Penne PenneForeman
Foreman Charles Gremmels stood up and andanswered andfUUIIwed andanswered
i answered answeredWe fUUIIwedWe answeredwe
We have haveVerdict haveYerellct haveYerdlct
Verdict Is Delivered DeliveredThen DcllTcrcelThen DeliveredThen
Then the other Jurors were told to arise ariseThaw arIM arIMThaw ariseThaw
Thaw stood up the usual routine was waagone s s80M
gone through thron < h and then Foreman Grant Gremmels Grelftmeta Grantmel ¬
meta mel said reading from a slip of paper paperWe paperWe paperWe
We Ibid the defendant not guilty guiltyFrom gulltyFrom guilty7rom
From the Thaw pew pe as the seats where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the member of the family have been sit aittin IIttllII sittint
tin tint have been named there came me three threeharp threesharp threesharp
sharp handclaps that sounded like rin rinhot rI rIahotlln rifle rifleshots >
ahotlln shots hot In the still UlI courtroom courtroomEverybody covrtlOMUEnrybod courtroomverybod
Everybody verybod had been warned by Justice JusticeDowling JusticeDoun Justicefowling
fowling Doun that there must not ot b be any dem demonstration demonatratkm 4cmonatratiott ¬
onstration whatever whateverWho whateftrWho whateverWho
Who did thatr that asked the Judge Judgesharply j jaharpIy judgeiharply
sharply as he glanced in the direction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Thaw party Capt Lynch pointed out outMr outlr outhr
Mr Pell Pd who was at once taken t en up to tothe tothe tothe
the bar He 11 e wa was lined linedPell linedPoll I IP
Poll P 11 didnt have the cash bnt was ready readyto rtttdyto reedyto
to sign a check for any sum But checks checksare ch checksare ks ksare
are not taken by court clerks and air airLittleton MrLittleton r rLlttletOon
Littleton and Mr lr OReilly offered orr rM to help helphim helphim helphIm
him out Mr Pell declined to accept a aloan aloan aloan
loan from either eithf > r of them th4 > m however and andthe andR endSherriffs
She Sherriffs Sherriffsoyal rriffs rriffsoyal
R oyal Crown Crownthe
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DVredatrd led in I fi Jremt rt Britain liritainB I
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Verdict and Sentence SentenceTtew
Their found net u guilty aittjr OB the pessd roaad of ofJoqr 01JWJ ofbrss
Joqr teak tocatjrfw bean to ink IntteIe at atHMw itThaw
Thaw HUM itt4 fit 1 1 to HatteMna atl Autaa forthe for fira
a the CktainU IMUW 1 by Jodst J Ju Dowttn DadaL w4 w4far aDdItar anddarts
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was taken over to t l the Tomb Tela where he hewaited hewaKed h C Cwaited
waited nntfl he had sent out for a friend friendwho triadwho I Iwho
who brought brou ht him the tMWben theWhen 25
When he learned that he wa WU sure to toget toset t 0 0get
get some notoriety a as a result of < what wha it
had happened he b Mid naidIm MidIm saidIm
Im sure to get hell h 1I for this thisAofinittal th thisjtOiittIttl If IfAOflulttal
Aofinittal HN Insane IiinaneBut IHaneBut InsaneBut
But the second trial of Tbv Thai had now nowbeen no w wbeen
been practically concluded for Foreman ForemanGremmels ForemaaGremme18 it itGremmels
Gremmels had gone one on reading the vet verdict nrcUet vetdict ¬
dict of the Jury that Thaw had been ac acquitted ae aequJtted ac acquitted ¬
quitted on the ground round of insanity insanityThaw Inltylhaw insanityThaw
Thaw dropped Into hi bbl chair looked lookedaround 100IIedaround look lookaround
around in a dase due4 way and shook hand handwith haJwwith handwith
with Lawyer Peabody y Youn YOUIIC Mrs Thaw Thawcrouched Thawcrouched Tb Tbcrouched
crouched In her chair and for a second secondor IIeCODdor aecon aeconor
or so It It seemed that she be wa WAIl sobbing but butwhen eutbe In it itwhen
when she be raised her
head there wa wu no nosign DOalp n 0 0sign
sign of tear tearWithout t tWJthoutany tearsWithout
Without WJthoutany any delay Justice Dowllng Dowlh Dowlhaid g gsaid
The defendant ctefeb aJlt havtn having been acquitted cqulttedby 4 4by
by the Jury on the ground of hananIt insanity insanityand Dty Dtyand r rand
and the court deeming < hi his discharge dblehar at atthis atthis Lt Lthis
this t his Ume Urn dangerous cla ero to public safety fetT It is isordered Isordered
ordered that Harry Har K K Thaw be sent to I 0
the t he Matteawan State Stat Hospital H tal there to I o
be kept until d discharged harpd by due course COG of t taw
law l aw
Justice Dowllng announced announee that he hewould bewoold I Iwould
would withhold the commitment until 1 1oclock Jorlock Ioclock
oclock so that counsel might m ht reach a acletenmnatlon adetermination
cletenmnatlonThe determination determinationThe determinationThe
The Jury wa was then discharged As the ti te
twelve men passed out Thaw stood erect erectand erectud era eraand
and bowed his hi thank to them Littleton Littletonshook Llttlotc Llttlotcshook
shook hands with some of them them and andpatted wa wapatted wi Ii Iipatted
patted on the back by Maj Carey who wi 10 I Ibad
had made the light for his clients ac acquittal acquittal C Cquittal ¬
quittal quittalThaw quittalTha quittalThaw
Thaw Tha went at once to the prison pen in Inthe Inthe
the rear r aJ of the courtroom where he h wa wu wi is
Joined joln d by his wlf wife his halfbrother and as nd
his lawyers 1 wyers While thi th this was going otng on on a
Capt Lynch I nch of the court squad had hadcalled hi iti iticalled I Icaned
called Mrs William IIJlam Thaw on the th phone phoneand phoneADd plioi iO iOand
and told her of the jurys verdict verdictJerome verdictJerome verdictJeronie
Jerome and Littleton IMeiiHcil IMeiiHcilAs llenrtcelAs IIcncdAs
As soon as Thaw had left the court courtroom eotlrtroom cour t troom ¬
room after being b4ln sentenced Mr Little Littleton LlttletM LItU 0 0ton ¬
ton Mid ald speaking across the table to toJerome toJerome I IJ8IO
Jerome JeromeIt J8IO JeromeIt
It wa w was a just and legal verdict and andwhat ai id idwhat I Ibat
what bat I expected expectedJerome expectedJerome
Jerome i rome put on one arm over Littletons Littletonsshoulder Littletonshoulder LitUetos ls lsshoulder
shoulder and replied repliedIm repliedIm repliedIm
Im glad it turned out as it did H Hwa itwas t twa
wa wa a proper verdict verdictBy veonHetBy verdictBy
By that time Thaw had been taken tAkeullp tAkeullpstair up ii p pstairs ¬
stairs to the th sheriff office officeThaw offtccThaw chicoThaw
Thaw hadnt l been een In the room five min minutes mlnutell ml 5 5utes ¬
utes when he h demanded d to see Littleton Littletonat UttisU n nat
at once Young Youn Mr Mn Thaw Th wa Was w then tiie in inthe Inthe Inthe
the room with him having been escorted escortedthrough eaeorledthrou escort 1 1through
through throu h the crowd by Lawyer OReilly
Littleton went upstairs up talr and found Thaw Thawpacing Tb w wpacing
pacing and down do the
up room In xn tenin xninsolent tuInsolent
insolent in olent manner he demanded of It hi phtef phtefcounsel ehlo ehlocoun ciii if ifcounsel
counsel coun el what he ii wag going to do Little Littleton Littleton LIttJ C Cton ¬
ton was wa in no humor to lie fooled rool with withand withand wit h hand
and he told Thaw in abrupt terms that thatuntil thatuntil Ui at atuntil
until he became beclU11 more respectful he hewouldnt hewouldftt hewouI4nt
wouldnt have anything to say y to him himThereupon htmThereupon himThereupon
Thereupon the Pittsburger became becamecalmer becamecalmer beeaii ne necalmer
calmer and treated his chief counsel with witha WI Ui Uia
a great deal more consideration Little Litti ¬
ton practically told Thaw the best course coursewould CoursewOouki cour courwould
would be to submit at once to the courts courtsorder courtsorder courl courlorder
order until sufficient time had elapsed so
that some definite plan for his b release releasecould reJeas reJeascould relencould
could be decided en enMrw an anJtrH cnMrs
Mrs Tliutr Prostrated ProstratedYoung Pro lrotritclYoung trntcel trntcelYounS
Young Mrs Thaw was present at the theUme th thUme ti titime
Ume JhOle Those who saw w her said she ap appeared a apeare4 ¬
peared on the verge ere of a s tre breakdown breakdownShe breakdowShe kdown kdownSho
She was nervous and for a time lay laya on ona ona
a couch in the room roomAfter roomAfter roomAfter
After a time however she seemed seemedrecover to torecover toIffOoVer
recover the cheerfulness that had beer beerher 1fjj1hen bei beihers
her hen throughout the th trial This was not notuntil notuntil n nuntil
until the lawyers bad dertled dec to con consult to on onlIult 0 0stilt ¬
stilt Thaws Thaw mother about a bout svhat further furtheraction furtheraUon furtli er eraction
action should be taken takenHaving takenHaYing takenHaving
Having got her consent to his Iis plan planLittleton pin t tLitticton i I
Littleton came earn back to the Criminal Crlmin a1 I1
Courts building and told Thaw his moth mothers ltION1ers IBOUIers ¬
ers attitude Thaw didnt UHe t It at all allgracefully angmcelulI allgracefully
gracefully gmcelulI He stamped stamp up and down the theroom tberoom theroom
room pounded on the table and Instated Instatedat In lted ltedat
at the top of hi liii voice that Littleton Littletonshould Littletonshould Littletonshould
should get g t a writ of habeas corpus corpusBefore corpuBefore corpusBefore
Before anything wa was done however he hesaid hIsaid hesaid
said ho was going to have a little lunch luncheon luneheon luncheon ¬ i
eon party Those In the room were we In 1 1vited Invited j jvited
vited by b him him He n said lie It never talkedbuslnesil talked talkedbusiness talkedbusiness
business buslnesil while eating and the matter matterwould matterwould matterwould
would ba b disposed dl dtIpoied P of when they got gotthrough ptthrough gotthrough
through throughThat throughfhat throughThat
That whim wa was knocked out nf hi hihead hS hShead hishead
head by his chief counsel eoun el Again Thaw Thawwent tbawwlnt lhawwent
went bacc h8C to the question of a writ to tokeep tokNP tokeep
keep him out of the asylum asylumWhile u asylumWhile lum lumWhile
While this was u going soln on Daniel OReilly OReillyand ORellirAnd ORIlyflfld
and his assistant were looking up time timetables U UI timetabks
I tables for the drat train to Matteawan MatteawanIt
I It was then 3 oclock It wa wu found there therewas tberewas tbTCwas j
was no train unUl 4 410 JO oclock oclockThaw oclockThaw oclockThaw j
Thaw wa was kept la the sheriff room roomHe IGCmJH rOOiilHe
He H > talked with his wife wlf Josiah Thaw Thawand Tltawand Thawand
and now and then with the lawyer Iwy He Hewas lItwas e ewas
was far from being beln in good humor and andmade andmAd andnuido
made mAd several protest against hi hIS re removal re remosJ tomoval ¬
ExlrlxonnrM IVot ot Admitted elmittcclRattatJe
Raftaele Cascone acquitted of murd murdafter murdRfter murder
after having spent many ma month oh in the thedeath thedeath
death house at Sing Sin Sing dropped around aroundto arowtdto
to have K chat with Thaw He and andThaw aMThaw andThaw
Thaw were ere in the Tomb Tom together etller and andexercised ItdexerriHd
exercised with the medicine medld ball Though Thoughhe TItouPbe TkOU1
he tried hard to He ee Thaw Thawbe he dW not notucceed IIOtauccted
succeed aucctedJimmy succeedJimmy ucceedJimmy
Jimmy Kelly Kell a aa fact Side youth who whowas wlaoWIUJ
was in th thv Toma Tomt with Thaw ntoo on onII
a charge of murder slander came around to have havea
a talk But he wa warn sent away Awa AwaAt way too tooAt
At 4 oclock Thaw was taken from the thesheriffs tJaeAhrlffI
sheriffs room lO m He wa was led over the thebridge tMhrd
bridge hrd of si aiCh sighs hs to thV Tomb TjIm Tpmhs for the thelast ueJut thelast
last time With him through the ear corridor eorrlrlor earri4or ¬
ridor of the Criminal Court BuUdinc BuUdincwalked DulIdiDlwalkftl Bididingwa1kd
walked hi his young < wife Daniel Cnteidy
Deputy Sheriff Bell and one on or two twoother twoother
other deputies deputiesThaw depuU depuUThaw
Thaw had made all U hi hIS preparation to toleave totfan tO1PM
leave 1PM the th Tombs It didnt take e him ton tonto bag IGaSto
to nay goodby to the guards uant over there tlMreAfttr thereAfter
After Thaw had been bee taken tak away Ltt Ltttlpton
tleton had a talk with Justice Dowllng Dow DowI Dowllnglie
I lie left the courthouse with him blmThe
The lawyer was w asked a t abo abofor about hlllptp hlllptpfor his plaits
for the future of Thaw H Hnothing Ue said tel that thatnothing
nothing had been n decided ded upon uponIt uponIt
It is understood that LtttieUms COB OIlnecUon eonneetlon
nectkm with the case c Is practically at atan atan t tItn
an end When W he was wa retained he In Inslated
slated that there th < e should be no Interfer loterffreRe
eRe bnt with HI J1a conduct of the case and andthat aDduuit
that when fla the Jury had reach reached Its ver verdiet verdiet
diet he would no longer take active part patrtIt
It wa wu said that Littleton had had hadwltb a
break with the Thaw family today but butthere butthere
there was wa no confirmation of this report rtpOrtTHAW
Hitter nt FirM lint KHJUJH I Hj1C HiiKKclf IIllIuclfun
fin Trii to Anyliiin AnyliiinNew AptyhiiinNew H11Im H11Imew
New ew York Feb F b 2 101 I am perfectly perfectlysane perfectlyId
sane said Id Thaw on leaving New York Yorkfor Yertrtor Yorkfor
for Matteawan On advice of my cows COUBd cogalid
lid Pd d though I am m going phi to Matt MattebeertuUy Mattemwan as
cheerfully as a possible I am happier r than thanfor Uaaarer
for many ny a a lona w day dayNo dayuNo
uNo No time tI will be lost in taking step to toobtain toobtai
obtain obtai my y release
Thaw wa waJ ywaJ extremely atNIMI angry ngrg at atlNt atlNtw fret fretwhen antwhpa
when w he found tou he bad to go to the theasylum tIwtU71um
asylum for the criminally insane He Hedeclared HeJA
declared JA he wouldnt to and msttted on ont onIt
flfhi h hIt t
It was u on Dan OReilly that Thaw Thawturned Thawtumetf
turned moat of < fate wrath After limes liMento
my to hi i Utter bltt < proteatattomi U for a Hi Hitie Ittie
tie wbfle OBe01y turned tv on Thaw and UdII
dewded II dMt
WIwre Whet the due d dues did yea think the thejudge UteJ1Id theju
judge ju would w send you To Martin Mart or orRectorr orD orThaw
Rectorr RectorrThaw D
Thaw accompanied by Undcrsherifl U Jo Joseph J JBell ¬
seph Bell Bell Deputy Sheriff MacFadden MacFaddenDan Kachddetana
Dan OBeHly OJWII A A Russell n PeahodftSttHdyn PeahodftSttHdynKecbtt Pebody Psebo4yjWi1ynXesbtt yn ynNesbit
Kecbtt Thaw and William 1Wom Mojf o4 left leftthe I 111the tt tttile
the courtyard of the Tomb Tom on the Lev Levfayette JAretta La
fayette street side in the Thaw autorao autoraobOe autonftJob
bOe ha shortly after 4 oclock oclockThaw oclockThaw
Thaw and hi his wife let in the back seat seatand Met seats4
and s4 Moore and nd MacPadde acFad e nwere on the thebox thbox I
box The crowd outside raised r a cheer cheerand cr crand
and the vehicle turned from Lafayette Lafayettestreet Latayu8treet Lafayettestrset
street through Franklin into Broadway Broadwaythrough Broadwa Broadwathrb
through the wholesale house district districtGiCHt districtGI
GiCHt GI t White AVny ft ny iIA nlfteoret nlfteoretWell > rMt rMtWell
Well Harry heres here Broadway any anyhow nr nrtIGw ¬
how said Mr Mrs Thaw ThawYe Thawtor
tor Ye Yes ea he commented lodking at a tthe ttheJt1llMlOua the theaumerou thenumerous
numerous sign signs on m busine businese houao u uIt But Butit L LIt
it he mt t like the Broadway I wed to toknow 10kaoW is
know knowAt kaoWAt
At Bond street the chauffeur ehau went over overto ov r rto
to Fourth avenue avenueThaw aVeDwThaw
Thaw wa was smoking a cigar and talking talkingalmost taJJuncaloat tailn
almost incessantly As A the automobile automobileneared autooblleDearfJd
neared Eighteenth El street he peered out outat outat
at the aheU hU 11 of the burned Parker arker Build Building dInc ¬
Inc and made a comment eommeatthat that It moat moathave mucthave mimihave
have been a big AreHe AftHe Are OreHe
He and hi his wife were busy boa talking talkingwhen tauwWMn talkingwhen
when Madtoon dison Square Garden was passed passedand puMdaJICI pseedand
and evidently he didnt notice it There Therewa Therewu
wa wu nothing said about a bout It anyway anywayA an ywa ywathty
A As they neared Fortysecond F t econd street streetThaw RrMt RrMtThaw streetleaned
Thaw leaned out of the window of n the thecoach thecceh
coach and looked at t the Hotel BeLmont Betmontwhich Bebaontwblch
which had been completed since hi ht con conn eonftlMlIMIIt
n ftlMlIMIIt Dement DementSto
sac thar tbat1J the Belmont Ive read I8admuch so soj
j much about bout he said saidThe aidTIM saidTb
The Tb chauffeur thau < eur crossed cro ed Fortysecond Fortysecondstreet Jorty8eCODdtreet ortysecondstreet
street with the car down the th left side sideof sideor sideof
of the th street and nd wheeled sharply up to tothe tOotM tothe
the Lexingtop Lexln Lexingto to > avenue entrance of the thestation theaUon
station AH alighted alightedPromiseM ali alightedlromlseii < htH htHIroJublH
PromiseM AVIfo VI If to Write WriteThaw VrlteThaw rltc rltcThaw
Thaw stepped t pPEd aside Ide from rom the group and andkissed udkIaHd
kissed his wife goodby by after promising promisingher HODIJaIngher
her that he would write to her the t same samenight samenight
night from rom Matteawan and put a special specialdelivery p lal laldellv
delivery dellv ry stamp on the letter so that t hat it itwould ItW0U141 I IouJd
would ouJd be delivered 0 her tomorrow tomorrowMrs tomorrowW
Mrs W Thaw told her husband she would wouldcome wouldeome
come to visit him Mnday Then she he got gotinto sotInto gotkILO
into the automobile And wa wu driven to toher toher
her home homeThaw homeTha borneThaw
Thaw Tha carried a suit case a box of ofcigars orcica
cigars cica and nd a large e package peck of cigarette cigarettethe d8aretteethe cigarettesthe
the two latter being present to him from fromfriend fromfrlerwb
friend friendTho frlerwb I ITho
Tho party walked along the crowded crowdedstation crowMdatAtIon crowdeditation
station platform to track 13 opposite oppositeDepew oppoeltDepew
Depew place where the train for Fish Fiahkill FI8bklU
kill was standing upon which the party partywa partywu
wa wu to make the trip tripA tripA
A crowd cr wd which seemed to know Thaws Thawsidentity ThlsIdentity Thawsidentity
identity surged d about the gate The Theparty TheJMlrty Theparty
party had no difficulty In making ftakJ it III way wayto 8y 8yto
to a private club car ar second from the thelast thelast
last on the train Thaw ordered the theshade tbeshades theshades
shades drawn dra and then started to open openup openup
up the box of cigars cigarsHe elpnHe
He stopped however when Josiah Thaw Thawwalked ThawwaJkel Thawwalked
walked in and greeted him himTho himI himThe
The object of th clatters eiaUfor visit was WR to todeliver todeliver todeliver
I deliver a final message from Thaws Thawsmother Thawsmother Ihawsmother
mother motherJosiah motherJosiah motherJosiah
Josiah Thaw stepped off of the train at althe atthe atthe
the shout hout of the UAII AH aboard The car carstarted carstarted carstarted
started moving movln at 456 4 oclock one minute minutelate minuteJat
late Jat The flrst stop was to be at Croton CrotonHoweverI CrotonHoweverft CrotonHoweverfi
HoweverI the engineer eQ nHf slowed slo down at atOseinlng atOS8tnln atOsetning
Oseinlng OS8tnln but getting ettiR a Go ahead sig signal signal signal ¬
nal from the th conductor went ahead at atthe atthe
the usual speed
1 1paratf
Separate paratf looked I ked rooms 1
from 12 2 month ml > nth up Ex Expert Exp ¬
pert p rt handlers Estimates EstimatesBurnished Estimatesu 1 1lUrniahed
Burnished u fl bed I IMerchants
r rMerchanti
Merchants Transfer s Storao Co 1
820922 922 E STREET PHONE M 659 I II
Frank Maicy Held Up at atPoint atPoint
Point of RevolverORCED RevolverFORCED Revolver RevolverFORCED
One of tint Host During nnrlu of I hit IIP High HigliivnyineiiM HighWIImenH 111gbli
ivnyineiiM li Iteit Operations Operut huts iVli Which I cii lluvc lluvcHorn ilitseIbeen
Horn no n Frequent TIiU Winter In the thcNntfonH theNntlons j
ISntionM Capital CUIUnlCrlmc Crime Committed Committedj CozuptitteilNear
Near enr Vacant icaiil Lot IotPulice Police Notified NotifiedWith XotlfllIWith NotifiedWith
With a a revolver leveled at his head headPrank headPrank headFrank
Prank C Malay twentjrtwo year old oldliving oldUvt oldliving
living Uvt at tin IU First street northeast was
ab about bot out I oclock last night 5ht forced to hand handover hander
over 0 ov er what money he carried to two un undentifted unldentlfted unntifIed
dentifted Ide ntifIed negro Il highwaymen who at attaek atbltn ate1id
ta taek e1id d him In Bryant street northeast northeastwhile nortbeatwhile northeastile
while wh ile he was a on hi his way home homeKeeping homeKptft homeKeeping
Keeping Kptft their vteUm covered with the theweapon theweapon theapon
weapon we apon the negroes nc r e8 made their escape escapeand eltCaJwand escaped
and an d at t a bite hour the pollee had been beenunable beenanable beenable
unable un ° able to locate them UteroThe tlNmThe themThe
The i robbery of Molar wa pam one of the themoat theJDOIIt thest
m moat mo st daring rlDC of the already long list of ofsimilar ofItmttar ofmilar
similar si milar primes that have been committed committedIn committedthis ommlttedIn
In thl this cRy for some Ume tim They appeared appearedto a appearedbe Ared Aredto
to be experts eK in their work They were werealso W n nbold
also 1 0 bold enough e Oh to approach their victim victimalmost victimabDotlt victimmost
almost al most under the glare of a street lamp lampNear lampcnr lampNear
Near cnr Vacant Iot IotThe IOCH IOCHThe liilsrho
The attack wa w was made in Bryant street streetabout trtreetabout streetout
about ab out midway between bet WHIt First t street reet north northeast northst ¬
east ea 81 and North Capitol street where the thestreet theIItreet thereet
street St reet i Ie flanked by vacant lot lotMatey log lotsBaby
Baby who 0 is employed a as a steamntter steamntterby steamfltterthe > r rby
b by the W K Mitchell flchel1 Plumbing Com Company Company Cornny ¬
p pany po ny wa w was the only passenger r on a ear carwhich earwhich earhich
which w hich stopped at North Capitol and Bry Bryant Br Brantreeta Bryt ¬
a ant antreeta an t streets He alighted and walking to tothe tothe toe
the th e sidewalk sarted east About the middle middleof middleOof middleth
of ° the th block he peed a negro standing standingIn standingthe
h In the shadow of a tree treeHe treelie
lie walked Jtfd a short distance cJ ftCf when an another anoth anher ¬ I
o other oth ot her r negro stepped from rein behind a tree treeibead trtelwad treehead
a head of him and nd started toward him himhen
When W hen a few feet from rein Maley the second secondnegro l Condnearo secondegro
negro n egro drew a revolver volver from hi his rout routwcket eottpo eoittocket
p po p wcket kft and nourished it in Maleys MaIy fare far are arealey
j Matey Male M aley turned and confronted the t he other othernegro otherDepO otheregro
negro n egro who bo had followed lol him His HI means meansof meanaoC meansescape
0 of escape pe were cut off offThruHteHetl dlhroHteHe4I offrharts1en4i
ThruHteHetl to Shoot ShootDont ShootDont ShOOtDont
Dont move or Ill shoot commanded commandedthe commandedthe commandede
lV l the th e negro a as he pointed a1eVolver a revolver at the theyoung theou theoung
V young y ou oung mans n head headNow headNow headNow
Now hand over what money mOGe youve youvegot youveot oue oue1Ot
got l ot he continued eonUIHIecISeeln continuedSeeing continued8eeing
Seeln Seeing he was poweras to rerit el t two twohighwaymen twohwamen twoighwaymen
highwaymen h Matey M threw open n his coat coatand OatNaeb coatnd
a and nd reaching Naeb ta i one of his pockets pro produced procl1Kl prouced ¬
duced d uced ft 1 in bill bills Thhv ml one of the negroes negroessnatched negros88tehe4 negrecsnatched
snatched s from his h hand bit and then felt in inMater Inaleys
Mater M aleys Iepoeke pocket to see that nothing JlGthln had hadoven hadbNn hadea I
b oven in ea overlooked overlookedIs everdIs 4 4ttaa
Is Is that all 11 youve got with you in inquired inqui inuIred ¬
quired qui q uIred the negro stilt 8 holding the tl1 re revolver reolvor ¬
volver v and when Maley replied in the theaJBrmattve thellYe
M aJBrmattve sto llYe he made DO further attempt attemptto attemptsearch
K to search him himTho htJDnepoea himTb
Tho Tb negroes then th ordered Of Maley to walk walkdown walkown
d down 40 own the street street and Ad keeping keepl him under undercover und4reov underover
cover eov c over o the revolver
of they went w nt in an anopposite ante anpposite
J opposite o te direction When they tb were at It t a asafe ae aite
safe s ite e distance they pocketed the money moneyand mneynd
and a 1Id revolver and hurried away
Maley walked a half block to his home homeand homeand homend
and a nd rushing naatd into the house told the theoccupant t ticccupants E Eoceupanta
occupant o of hi I experience e He was wasJoined wallJoIned wasoined
Joined j oined by another young yo man and the thetwo thetwo thewo
two t wo went in search of the th negroes negroesNotify necrOtBSoHt nagToesXiitif
Notify SoHt Hie thcPulleU thcPulleUMay Police PoliceMatey IoI1eiai
May ai liter lat went to a telephone and andnodded andotitiad
n otitiad th the police officials at t headquar headquarters hMdquarten headquarori ¬
ten t ori The Tb Tenth precinct police were wu also alsonotified aleootified
notified n and several ftral policemen were sent sentto entto sento
to t o investigate Inyee pte Maley was wa able to furnish furnisha furnishdescription
a description of the negroes negroesI 0e8I
I betteve e the negroes were not ama amateurs amatetn amaeisrs ¬
teurs t eisrs at holdups said kI Malay They Theyseemed Thp Thp8eemed Theyeemed
seemed s to be perfectly cool and acted as asif asthey i
if they were W old hand at the work workWhet i iWhen
When I passed the flit negro his hi actions actionsid j II I
dU d id not excite exltemy my suspicion but when whene j I
the th e second man appeared I realised they the thewere theyabout I Iwere
were about to attack me meThe meThe I IThe
The revolver was thrust in my m fa fae faeefore < e ebefore I
before b bo I had time to step aside > and the theonly tiwnly I
only o nly thins tbl I could do was hand over what whatmoney whatoney hat
money m oney I carried Fortunately on leaving leavingmy IttRlngmr leavingy I
my m y home hOlD that morning I left my watch WRWhbeblJICI watrhehind j
behind b bt ehind The negroes were not careful in intheir inheir I
their t search of my pockets and overlook overlooked orl ovcrhookdlocentslnchango ok ¬ I
ed e dlocentslnchango 10 cents in change etaa I Igotagood got a good look lookat lookat lookt
at a t the facee of the men and believe I Ican IcaD Ian
can c an Identify dly them should they be ar arrested arreated armeted ¬
nCiOcrlhelii the Hohhcrlil HohhcrlilKale ItobbersHaley
Haley Kale said one of hi his assailants aaallanutall was a atall aall
tall t all lightekinned negro n wearing a dark darktouch darklouch
s touch hat bat no overcoat Ct1COII 1 The other otherwas oth otha other1s
was 1s a snort man man wearing rfariftl a long light Ughtovercoat Ucbtovercoat lightvercoat
overcoat o and dark hat The revolver they theycarried theyarried
carried c was nickel plated and nd apparently apparentlynew appareatlrne
new ne n ew Neither elther of the negroes said any anything 8YthinI ¬
thing t during the holdup except a as they theyrst
first fi rst approached their victimWOULD victimWOULD victim 1cUmWOULD
Pnlilic l iibllc Opinion In Rutland En anc1 Adverse Adverseto ttlserseto
to Harry Hurr Thaw ThawLondon ThizLssLondon rhnwLondon
London Feb 1 IThe The Thaw case ea which whichha whlehbu whichag
ha bu h ag commanded public attention almost almostto
to t o the same extent a as it did in America Americaha Americaa mertea merteabaa
ha baa h a excited little interest during dun the trial trialwhich trialwhich trialhich
which w hich ha baa Just concluded concludedEnglish concludedE concludedEnglish
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Thaw T haw and the infliction of Oo capital punish punishment P1Infahment punishmost ¬
ment Now No it will not disapprove < the Yer verdict Yerdiet yeriet ¬
diet d iet of acquittal on the ground of in insanity Insanity Insanity ¬
sanity except that It would Insist on onThaws onMMlw onThaws
Thaws MMlw confinement for life in an asylum asylumfor UJlumfor asyiumor
for f or the criminal insane insaneSimilar I ISlmllr InsaneSimilar
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a better later mental condition of the ac accused acCuaM acuied ¬
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Miller Archer alias Prince who stabbed stabbedand tabbedand stabbednd
and a nd killed Actor William Terrias Terr on De December Dfocemb D Deinb ¬
cember c einb r 17 14 Ia 7 at the stage door of the theAdelphi theAdelpbf theAdeiphI
Adelphi Theater later and Qd who was acquitted acquittedof ultted ulttedor
of o f the charge of murder I IInsanity
r on thq th ground of ofinsanity ofnsanity
insanity I is still confined conftn 1 at t Broadmoor Broadmoorat
at hi hit majestys pleasure and there he hewill hewill
will m remain for a a long lo time to come comedespite comedesplt comeespite
despite d the fact that he is sane according aCCOrdi aCCOrdito accordingo
to t o ordinary standards standardsThe standardsThe standardsThe
The British public will 111 await actual dis disposition d dpoRtion dl dlosItlon ¬
position p of the Thaw case with great cu curiosity curiosity enlosity ¬
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Funeral services for Mrs C W Thomp Thompson ThompBOn Thompon ¬
son BOn s on who was u burned to death Thursday Thursdayat
at her home 12ft 123 Thirtysixth street streetnorthwest IItreetnorthwest streetnorthwest
northwest were held yesterday at her herresidence herreaklence heresidence
residence r Rev Re S R R White rUe officiating o IciUn IciUnInterment
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man manlon town Md MdColumbus MdColumbus hidColumbus
Columbus Thompson husband of oc Mrs MrsThompson MrsThomP6Qn MrsThompen
Thompson and her son are still tln under undertreatment undertreatmerlt underreatniei
treatment t reatniei at the Georgetown Geo town University
Hospital for bums received while trying tryingto tryt trytto tryingto
to extinguish extln dh the flames which hleh caused causedMrs caUHdMrs causedMrs
Mrs Thompsons death ath Miss MI Maud MaudThompson AudThompson MaudThompson >
Thompson was also prevented prevt > nted from at attending attending attending ¬
tending the funeral by illness illnessTiro 1lInearo illnessTWo
TWo Changes Chnn e < < in the G I P 0 0Two OTwo QTwo
Two changes in the division of manu msauactures ¬
were > announced at the Go Govern
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of the office Ot CH of o assitant tant superin suporinendent ¬
of manufacture and foreman of ofMntlng
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Wallace and David J Robert to 011 fillhe
he respective rc pccUf positions oBth apoint apointnents
took effect yesterday Hsterda
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Carpet Rugs Mattings MattingsLinoleums MattingsLinoleums
Linoleums Art Squares 1C 1CThe ic icThe
The midwinter clearance sale of floor coverings coveringsstarts coveringsstarts coveringsstarts
starts tomorrow and embraces every standard grade gradeof gradeof gradeof
of floor covering It isnt price we look at but clear clearance cle clearance u uance ¬
ance with price as a means to that end endAny endAny endAny
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than wholesale cost costH
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the th maker sells his merchandise merchandiseby
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