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Kino:, Half Brother, at
tracts Previous Denial of
Tliis, Says Prosecutor.
TOOK $800 IS UQUOK
Finger Prints in Long
Beach House Lead to
This Admission.
! NO KNOWLEDGE OF GEMS
Servant Will Be Qnizxed Again
in Alleged Loss of Furs
and Jewelry.
Calvert King, 23 years old, a half
brother of Mrs. Charlotte King Pal
mer, who was robbed of jewelry and
furs last November In her home. In
69 East Ninetieth street, has told the
District Attorney's office hs took a
friend through Mrs. Palmer's house
during her absence about two weeks
before the robbery, according to Rich
ard C. Murphy, Assistant District At
torney, who is investigating the case.
Murphy says King made repeated de
nials he entered his sister1* house with
a second person, but when confronted
with witnesses made th? disclosure.
King also admitted. Assistant Dis
trict Attorney Murphy declared yes
terday. he had taken from 1700 to 1800
worth of liquor l'rom Mrs. Palmer's
Long Beach home late in October or
early in November. He denied strenu
ously he had any knowledge, how
ever, of the robbery of the Bast Nine
tieth street home. Mr. Murphy says
Mrs. Palmer is convinced her half-1
brother is innocent of knowledge of
the theft of her jewelry and furs. She
refused to make a charge in Nassau
county pgainst King for the alleged
pilfering of her liquor stock.
Entrance to the Lons Bcaeh bom?
was pained througj- a rear -window,
according to Mr. Murphy's account
or King h disclosure. At least two visits
were to the house. It Is cbargred
Klnp disposed of some of the liquor
to friends in Brooklyn. When Mrs.
PMtuer discovered the lo-;s she had an
expert photograph the fingerprints on
the Closet door where the liquor had
been stored. This was the clue that led
to Kings confession. Mr. Murphy says
Mrs. Palmer's counsel, John M. Ptod
dard. confirmed the fact that Mrs.
aimer had had the photographs made
It happened that one of the first per
sons to call at the Ninlieth street house
atter the theft of her jewels was the
photographer who cam* to deliver the
tram 'rhlT ,Pa,lm*r< whUe convalescing
,le th?- ifl->urtes suffered in her en
?rJ? '?';,CQP<' f'oin the burglar# se
cured finger prints of two or three of
with r'l1'f.UV",t3nCu3 W,'? w"rc familiar
sons m". ^ home. Compari
. , . made with the prints ob
. ? from the closet door '
Personas to one
person, said Mr. .Stoddard, "but Mrs
I aimer would not bring ?otlon against
h would?n,-rf8 b'"Uve'1 anguish
?.niir, i l)r">g to another would be
e Irely out of proportion tc ti,? vajue
Of the property that had been lost."
Lon* Beach*"l?ome ^ ha#'
nvJtion^lcutm .how with fTl" *
Richmond Hill, where he s Zl ?
hU name" to d?lo?
Into hi . 2 Ve acr<>niPan[ed Kinc
Thi? !L 3^ter8 N|n?tieth street home
This man has not been questioned
mitte.l h? ,WheV h* ,,na!Jy ??
"? nod entered Mr* Palmar
house on this occasion, why he had rot
told me the truth at the start ' .aid Mr
Murphy. "He said his mothe^ tW?,
c>r atiZr^r^TVr,
<lire.Ud tu him hy iH-r.ot,. who -ly ,h,y :
^,RffiS&.-23JW??s
^?=a*f-JSSS5.?
efs on,n! J niru r to *'v" ??? her jew- ,
atrain thi -w Vi""" IV" >H: <Ju**tloned
trie \nr," r ' a\.the Dis
serv^nt h s n,ta'VF f'e, ia <!OB"d'nt this
STt [hS case? reVea,ed fl" h" knows
King <3 an automobile salesman.
V
97aotwear
o/.?Atftneman/
1LEASING in their
originality und au
thentic in their in
terpretation of the newer
and more exclucivc modes,
Livingston models appeal
with Special intexcit to
fashionable women who
seek the ultra smart and
distinct ivi in tyle and
becomingness
LIVINGSTON
2i?3 BROADWAY
?' * -l -? t ? * > i |
$5,000 IN GOODS FOUND
WITH WOMAN'S ARREST
Women's and Infants' Wear
Packed in Her Home.
Mr*. Elizabeth Diamine, suspected of
Ik-Iuk one of two women who have been
"working" Harlem department stores
s.'sLemaWoatly, was arrest*! last night
at tor home, East lllth street,
| charged with grand larceny. At her
I home Detectives John Dougherty and
William Caputo said they found women's
and Infanta' clothing packed in drawers,
piled up In closcts and overflowing from
crammed trunks. Altogether the detec
tives estimated the goods were valued
at (6,u0v. They found bill* of sale for
thirty dresses, but for nothing else, ac
cording to their report.
It was aliened that Mrs. Diamino and
her companion would try on dresses
and other good* in the stores and ?while
a clerk was not noticing would slip on
their own sarmenis over the new ones
j and leave the store, driving away in an
] automobile. Recently some one took
j the number of the car.
POLICE CHIEF NEAR
AS 2 SEIZE PAYROLL
Youths Carry Off $1,500 ut
South River?Haekensack
Man Loses $168.
j Two young men, each about 22 years
I old, achieved a daring payroll holdup
j yesterday at the plant of the American
; Clay Products Company, near South
Klver, is. J., almost under the nose of
j Charles Ebberweln, the South River
Chief of Police, who acted as a payroll
j guard. The payroll was 51,600.
HacJkenuack police are Tnvestlgatlng
1 a report that Julius Kratz of 86 Fourth
J street, Passaic, N. J.. wa. held up near
i that city Friday night and robbed of
$980 in cash and Jewelry valued at $700.
Krat*. who is a former saloon keeper, J
I told the police it was a "lucky thing"
they didn't get him two nights ago, when
| he had $35,000. His wife was surprised
at learning he had so much money Fri- j
; day night.
Brooklyn police enptured four men |
| while, it was said, they were removing
| from an alleyway dress good:i valued
I at $2,012 which had been stolen from a
I ladies' garment store at 387 Grand
j street.
With the arraignment yesterday of '
Adolph Gergusli, 29 years old. a house J
painter, in West Side court, it became I
known that on December 11 last a rob- I
bery took place in the Hotel San Rcmo, 1
Central Tartc West snd Seventy-fourth j
street. Miss Amelia Padehe, the hotel :
j housekeeper, was held up while on her j
j way to the basement to pay oit em
| ployees there, according to Detectives
I Finn and Lawless of the West Sixty- I
i eighth stivt station, and robbed of $130.
Miss Padehe sal.! slie fainted when
the revolver was pointed at her, but
that she recognized the bandit as a
J man who formerly had been employed
as a painter in the hotel. From other
employees and guests at the hotel the
police learned that the bandit after tak
ing the moi^ey had fled by way of the
main floor, through the lobby. Outeide
was a private car owned by one of the
hotel gutsts. The bandit offered the
driver $10 to take him to the Pennsyl
vania Station and the driver agreed
and made the trip.
Gergusli was arrested yesterday after
noon at the Garden City Hotel, Garden
City, L. I. It waa said a painter em
ployed there who had known about the
t>'an Re mo robbery recognised Gergush
??-' a former San Remo painter when
the man applied there on Thursday for
work. Gergush was told to come back
'V*1"? was Stild to
rnu the man.
Pk,?" Myr<JI robbery took
KbhorJ ? ?**or# noon. After Chief
left <??" * *** oti??r thirds had
?** tulci, to the office
where tw" Samuel Stevens,
iCt \loor?C1rkii' 1I,!ani Kirk and
SSVJZi ""i1-"
?k?r
^'w.u'i .x,:rrTSJ^
Mamlin* u- th? ', ' ' ,. ". Jeft
?W>*rwH.. *?? , ,* *" ?9a*f
by a runner *>,. . ?
back to the ,o?? a Km mml \^rZ
?M sent out. The ? 7,,.? tld
cut the telephon# wlivk at V t-^ui
Kratr. story wu th*? aft. r , ,
the frort I^ee ferry from Maafca.'MM with
ils automobile lie had (VM . B,u?t
lance south oI UackciiMeK ?tvt- l..ur'
fzwJu'\n*?i4?ln a" 5S.2B. ?T
told liim he had run down a ot.il> II.
stopped. believtnK the men t? b. u. .
Uvea ?.,ld tt.-cor.lhuf to hi* m..,a '
2ME* ty tw2 re**,w? *?<? we
f , ^ n1' Krfctl tald he Mloved
the bandits tojlowed hi in from this city.
Kr ui'SC1'1 0,1 a rnal estate j
broker. According to police record.- he '
ter ?/o " f Sunday as the proprie- !
tor of a saloon tut Oarlstttdt, -\ j.
FINDING OF BODY
MAY CLEAR MYSTERY
Name of Winfield Scott Cook
on Receipt in Pocket.
x^T'I0, j*0,? y of ? man believed to be!
nfleld Scott Cook, 35 years old, chief
thf w?r i t <hQ BtewnslliP Camagrue.v of
d iv P.h fno /md ?><w-lng since Sun
day. February 6, was found last night
floating- in the East Hivor off Welling
ton avenue in thy Wallabout Basin A
asr'.srisf com" ????*??
m fShS.*"""- 8r?0k,l"?
C ook started for ills home by th? sub
wayafter his ship arrived on'Feb'ruary
wi^ m seco"d ene">eer of the ship was
wr^.t *T\? ???k KOt off at the Nevins
wtreot station, Brooklyn, to take a sur
h^T0 Ho, ?ever reached home, and
fhL I? not'ficd the P?Hce. Two or
ni'^" nf n?!I # hIs disappearance a
man called from Bloomfleld, X. j. to
, rs 9?? . and Ile was her bus
band, but hung up before she cou'a get
any information fiom htm. A man
whose description corresponded clostlv
0j7?0,i s ilad been sften In Bloomfleld. j
t) ni pn^aLn v 0f the Canil??py said
thai ook had been tiding queer]}' since 1
he suffered an attack of fever while the,
ship was laid up for several months In
a Mexican port.
INTERSTATE COURTESY
AGREEMENT REACHED
Y?rk and New Jersey
Motorists Fear No Arrests.
?l?Z '^^authorities of New Fork j
muM.n? TW J'rK'y hav" arrived at n
mutual understanding whereby motor-1
ut . e State are assured conaider-1
tL^rr':rv casefl ?f min?r vioia-,
tfons of trafiic relations. Tolice Com
v.^,n.fir,Enright sent instructions last
, . to a11 precincls in the city to make 1
PWn that hereafter New J. rsey n'otor
vnl h7'?n for minor traffic offenses!
? iJ! bo Hllowed the courtesy of a sum
tUrnV,r"Th:'U'v0<: f"rnlBhinB bail- ^ re
Jewev JmSK eW k mot'>r vl?Jtors in
ment ' :iCC0rded similar treat
w?iuat aC.tion Allowed a conference with
?Tc er"of V "i JIOl?r V*hIcl* ro<^*
sicner of New Jersey, after tho unpifM
N^.l" cTr "
in, . ?I1 Ji STl
ssyjss: ?s?* -- ??'
ol!^frf the vlo!at;on of rules is seri
al tiiorlt'le (hat the
marl0 arrest SUt?
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