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Brother of Lake Como Victim Vic Victim Victim ¬
tim Fights to Convict ConvictCharlton ConvictCharI ConvictChariton
CharitonCoadtmed Charlton CharltonContinued CharI ton tonCO
Continued CO front IO Third Pap PagaOCharlton PapCha Ps PsCharlton
Charlton Cha t a seems ems very bright brlJ at I to naay naayways nhn nhnW y ywr
ways wr W S He is a great deal like Un UnByron Lord LordB LordUjron
Byron B > ron estbetteally In other ways waysh wa7Srp wayLA
h rp appears afl ars very blunt and seems mil not noito nott nu nuto
to t understand ul1f rMaftd what Is going on around aroundhirr aroundhlo aroum aroumlain
lain hirrWhen When When hi hit h father catfdd on him Chart Charttor CharItor Charltor
tor held eld up his band and would notalk not nottalk nl nlta1k
talk to his h parent His younger brothewas brother brotherwas brothfrwas
was with us Charlton held out his hishand hishand hi hihand
hand to his brother who refused ntu ed t ttake tt ttake <
take t < lkE it POrter then shrugged hi hishoulders bitt bitthd hisl
sl shoulders hd uldera r and said Oh thats that all right rightI rl < < bt btry
I dont cane caaMemory caneMentety
Memory ry Seeing See > as Faulty FaultyWhen Fa1lltyWhen FaultyWhen
When the atieniat a eaat examined examt binabout him himabout himabout
about his crime crt be seemed e emecl not to re renumber IfJilcmber remember ¬
number it it I asked a ed him about Mrs MrsCTiarl MnharltoJj Mretfiarltous
CTiarl tfiarltous harltoJj toes past Mt life Ut He grew angry ai aiciice aiuce a acuce
ciice uce and started to strike me He is isvery I IHY 1very
very HY touchy about her character and andno
10 doubt bem he Sun loves her r devotedly devotedlyHis deYotedl7H
His H Is mind seems still a base rase as t twhat to towhat towhat
what happened hap at the time of the mur murcier murer murtier
tier er and andafterward afterward altbOHgh a1t altI1 opt I h he is bright brightIn brighlu wichtlu
lu other waysLetters ways vrY1Letten wayaLetters
Letters written by Charlton before beforeami Mtoreand beforean
and an I after fler his marriage have an impor importuit bnportlt Importrtt
tuit bearing on his mental m tal condition7hrse condition coDdiUoojh conditionThese
These jh se letters leU were w re written to his fatheiaLd fattier fattieraxd atheraLd
aLd other members of the family Thos Thosewritten ThoswdtttD ThosWritten
written before his marriage arr IV fine ex examples rxamplee x xample ¬
ample of literature They are bril brilliantly bril11Lntly brilIisnuy ¬
liantly written and aD l full of hi blbmiDdt blbmiDdtthought blhGWdethought hmindtJ hmindtJthought t
thoughtAfter thought thoughtAfter thoughtAfter
After Charlton was wa married marr and a d went wentto w wensto nt ntto
to Italy with his bride his lather re received recfed receired ¬
ceived only two letters from him They Theyare Theylr Theyore
are lr confused confus d and incoherent I startling rtartLtnglditrerent gly glyitfforent I y ydifferent
different from what ne had been wrlpnichile writing writingwhile wiiunsulile
while he worked in the National Na City CityBank Cit CitjBank I Iilank
Bank hete In New York YorkTo YorkIo
To eu EaD t n up the tt whole matter the thesituation theItuatlon thtsituation I
situation Is this thisHere thisHere thinhere
Here ts s a young man who devotedthe devoted devotedthe dftotedtIlt
the earlier years of his life to study and andthought andthought nJ nJthiJUght
thought Finally he met a woman muchcider much muchelder muchl
elder < l fr than he He H fell desperately desperat l7 in inlove inloye inlove
love with her married her h r The radicalf radical radicalchange radleAl1Etnge
f change l 1Etnge affected afte ted in hte h mind was too toomuch toomuch tomuch
much fo it His mental powers col collapsed co cobpsed collied ¬
lapsed he tc Lne ne II s < paranoiac paranoiacI
I do not jelieve Ue the Italian Italianwent govern government pveramEnt ¬
ment will take active steps to extradite extraditeCharlton extra4iteCharlton extraditeCharlton
Charlton 11 would oula be useless to take takea
a luz luQatfo aie back ack k to Italy and place him himen himon himon
on trial for murder murderWe murderWe murderWe
We JblJ hall try to show at once that thatCharl thatChalltorf thatCaarltoa
Charl Challtorf ton Is mentally unbalanced An AnInsane Aninsane AnInsane
Insane man cannot be extradited extraditedTo
To ioy mind said Id Judge Charlton Charltontoday CbarltoJltodaY Charltontoday
today the most convincing convtn 1ng proof thatm that thatmy thatID
my ID m y son so is 1 insane is the tact that heretttrne he heretornea
retornea retttrne to this country In the manner man manner m Jn Jnner ¬ I
ner = that he did His every action actionsince actloninC8 actionsince
since inC8 le l e was placed under arrest arrestshows arrestshows
shows that 1at he is not responsible He Hehas Hehas Helas I
has talked with wi every one he has metthere met metthere metthere
there has been little sense in many ofhis of ofhis othIs
his statements When he was toldghat told toldthat toldthat
that 1 was coming here to aid him hesaid he hesaid hesaid
said U tfvvf w flattering And his letters lettersto
to m me since his marriage were filled filledwith tilledWltl filledwlti
with extravagant things that would wouldnever wouldsever I Inever
never have come from a man of sound soundmird soundmir soundrn
mir mird rn a
Where M Posey aey ey Game From FromThe FrOllLThe FromThe I
The report that my sons wife gave gavehim gavehim I IhIm
him the money to go abroad Is l untrue un untrue ¬ I Itrue
true said Judge Charlton He ask askafter askme askti
ti me fur money nail an I let him have itafter it it3tcr
after he informed me of his marriage1a marriage marriageliit
liit 1a t MarchJudge March MarchJudK MarchJudf
Judge Charlton re refused used to discuss the therumor thtrurnor therumor
rumor that h hid Ii sons BOlt attorneys wouldf would wouldfight wouldfiJ
extradition He stated that what whattvtr whatt whatever
fight fiJ f Ri it t ex
ever t Hr action was taken would not be beirade beraJt heraie
irade public in advance advaD < e but intimatedtlat Intimated Intimatedtint Intimatedtlat
tlat ther would be a legal struc struggle strwlefrom strugglefrnm rle rlecott
from the start startaptam s sCaptam
Captam ticatt cott tt who came to New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York from Fischers F FLschera ches Island under an anImpulse anImpu16e anImpulse
Impulse and aided I ded in capturing Charlton Charl Charlton Charlton ¬
ton when he landed was seen today todayat todayat
at 11 the Arnwand Navy Club and told toldof toldot toldof
of Attorney Clarks statement that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the prisoner pr 50ner was a paranoiac paranoiacHot paranoIacKot paranoiacliot
Hot lasase 1I1AHtf Says Scott ScottI
I am < confident that Charlton Is not notInsane notInsane notinsane
Insane sfld d Captain ScottWhile Scott ScottWhile Scotthl1e
While hl1e I had not met him before beforeyesterday before3tsterda beforey
I had received three or orlour orfour ortour
yesterday y i terdavt p
lour letters from him The last onec one onecame oneJme
days ago It was written writtenlfwrc writttnlvrc writtenl
came c me Aye
l lfwrc fvre the tragedy In It as in other otherIf oth othertiers > r rrtters
If tiers tiers he said he was unusually well wellTJe wdlriJe WeilTle
TJe letters were not those 01 oi an Ii Iisane in insane 11 11liane ¬
sane man There was nothing inco incoiicivnt incoiertnt tncu tncurerrnt
iicivnt about abo t them1n them themIn themIn
In the last letter he dwelt uponthe upon uponthe uponthe
the happiness of his bride and him himpelf him1f himpelt
pelf 1f over in Italy Ital and their life atHeat at attUat attat
tat time U as he depicted it was to all alluin allup allaI
up aI uin > tarsnces t > a nee an ideal one oneAt onet oneAt
At t the National City Bank they theyalso tlwva1s theyaso
also a1s gave me most favorable reports reportsof reportIf >
of If Charltoa and practically pra tJcal1y as to hisindustriousness his hisinduatriousness hisJndu5triousnea
industriousness and buisness ability abilityIn
In fact they the stated that they the were wereIncliiied wereircliued
Incliiied 11 cI i led to believe he would make n nrame Itame xr
rame r ame for himself in the world be because btuse because ¬
cause use of there qualities I do notldieve not notTelicve not1liltI
Telicve there Is a possibility of his hisbeing hi hiling hish
being h ° ing insane anther at the time of the thetrKdv the11t thetry
trKdv 11t try gedv h dv or at the present time timeAs timeAs timeAs
As lo th the captnro ue of Charlton I Ithink Itl Ithank
think tl mk It was a rare piece of luck thathe that thathe thath
he h vas as found yesterday He would would3iav wouldJ3Yt wouldhave
3iav have been captured eventually at any anyrate anyra anyrate
rate ratefaptaln ra rateCaptain tE
Captain tEeaptaln Scott declared today that he hevas bewa hewas
vas wa < not actuated ac uated by anv desire for re retnjte retn revenge
tnjte tn e in running down Charlton but butthdt bulthE buthut
hut thE < t t he wanted fnt to see justice done HeFas He HeHas He3R
Has 3R already taken tak n steps to have Mrs dirseott Mrscott Irs Irsltt
cott ltt Charltons body brought to this thiscountry thisuntry thiscountry
country untry for f r burial in the family plot iu iutan hIan n nan
tan an Francisco FranciscoArcordlne FranctcoArconlinl FranciscoAccording
According to Captain Ca taln Scott the money moneyVJth moneyIlth moneywith
VJth with which hirh the he Charltons set uo their theirC theirslahllsbDknt theirrstahliahment
staMiahroent C > on the store < of Lake LakeComo w1cComo LikeCOmo
Como had been een received by b Mrs 4rs rs Char Charlton Charifin Charten ¬
ton fin from her former husband Neville NevilleCatle liv1UPatJe Nevilletee
tee who ho oa 01 ortainlnjr Is r divorce dlo from fromher fromI1tr fromi
i her er settled s4 > ttlfd a large l amount on n her in inJiei1 inJif inlieu
lieu Jif > lI of alimony This l natinent attment take takeissue t ttk ttkf kes kesIssue
Issue f fue with the declara s n of Judge Jutl e Paul PaulCharlton PaulCharlton PaulCharlton
Charlton that he furnished hed the t e money moneyLANDS moneyLANDS moneyLANDS
NEW XB YORK June 54 34As As John Col Colrnin Colman Colman
man young Charlton boarded the liner linerPrnzess HOfrPrlnzees linerPrnzees
Prnzess Irene atOenoa at Oenoa June 9 displayed dis displayed d15Ilayd ¬
played his secondclass passage paua < < e ticket ticketmd tlck ticketand t ttt1d
md was assigned to a abert berth in second secondi secondthin econdLhln
i ii thin > in quarters There Jfas was nothing nothingibout nothingbout
bout 1 him to attract atteWpon att He was wasdressed waJItfssfd wasIressed
dressed < in a farlookins r Iookinc btoe hte suit carried car carrifd carrld
rifd two suftcasos and looked andtalked and andtalked andtalkf4
talked like a typical American He Hewas Hel Hewas
< the In intt in intcilipeftce inttjliroeice
was < l < rather rtt her above Abo average
tcilipeftce tt liFece and Appearance AppearanceJune JlppearanceJ gppearanceJune
June J Jne 9 was a day before the Princess PrincessTins Princessas Pr1n Pr1nl
Tins as l cheduled to sail ii It was rathertnusuab rather rathertnuuat rathertnu
tnuuat tnu ua1i that a passenger should go goaboard got goubuard
aboard < t hua rd more than th a few fe boars beforesailing before beforesailing beforeaillng
sailing time But Charlton Colman as ase ase
1 e was W < to8 ttoer tbe known went on board that thatrisrhr thatrlht thatr
risrhr r lehr and said to the steward Fred FredSchwab FredSchvab FredSchvab
Schvab SchwabStewurd SchvabStwllrd SchvabStepi
Stewurd Stepi rd Im Jack Colman lan anAmer anAmervan Amer American r rkan ¬
van a tssenger here and Tin a little littlephort UtUefhort littlefhnrt
phort oi uioSiey y Yon Yo know bow it isI Is IsI I IIm
I Im m no netts r j y broke but I can get more morewhen morewhen morewhen
York Fd like liketo liketo
when Te e land to New
to stee sieeaboard 1ee > aboard tonight so soas as to savecometIta4I save saveIm ae aesomfot
somfot cometIta4I cometIta4IIm hi hiIm
Im willing wlIUn < < Aid id Schwab but the Im Imthe Im1hl
the deck strncrd and Heinbold Heinbocabin the thecabin tbeca
cabin ca bin steward has the tIIeY say Suppose Supposeu
u see hteir him Then Schwab conducted conductedUie
1 the young DaaB ma to t Rhomboid who Bald ald
Lu a AO lea S I ll tv v v 1 1It J JIt
It was Through His Efforts the Slayer was wa Captured
be was u willing ono DOI igh to be a good fellow fel fellow fellow ¬
low and accommodate the American AmericanAmericans AmericanAmertcans AmericanAmericans
Americans had always alwa been good tommbut to tohim tohimbut
him himbut but it was against the rules and andhe andbe andhe
he couldnt see his way clear to allow allowit allowSo
it So Charlton didnt sleep aboard aboardthat aboardthst aboardthat
that night nightHe nightHe ht htHe
He was one of the first to go o to his hisberth hi hiberth hisberth
berth in the morning moraln < < however This Thiswas Tt1iwas Thiswas
was on Thursday Between Between that day dayand dayand dayand
and Saturday of the same week when whenthe whenthf whenthe
the liner was due to stop at Palermo Palermonothing Palermorothfng Palermorothing
nothing much was seen of him Then Thena
all a the boat was as drawing draln Hose Io to the tlinItalian 111 111Italian theItalian
Italian port he sought his friend
Schwab and pointed out to the th < latter latterIn
In a very excited manner a youn younwoman youngwoman young youngwoman < <
woman of the second cabin who was wasgoodlooking waaaoodtoaklng wasgoodlooking
goodlooking and well dressed clre ecl la a abrown abrown abrown
brown costume and seemed to be bewatching bewatchlne bewatching
watching the passengers who wont wontashore wentashore t t6hore
ashore either for good or for a astretch anreteh astretch
stretch of their legs Ie before fore the Prta Prinzess Prtareu Prtazess
zess Irene sailed neel on onSinger onSiltier onSinger
Singer Frightens RimWho Kim KimWho Hiarho
Who rho Is that woman Do you know knowher ltnOw1tr7 knowleer
her he h inquired inqul d Is she a detec detective dptecUn detectiye ¬
tive tiveSchwab tiyeSchwab
Schwab looked her tlf > up In the t e sailing
list and ad found that she was a a Visa VisaVereker Miaaereker ItaVereker
Vereker a professional singer who whowas wboa whowas
was a sailing a1Un < < to Gibraltar ito t fill a con concert CODCErt concert ¬
cert ball engagement He told this toJack to toJack toJack
Jack CoUnan The young man manseemed JIIAs manseemed
seemed s me4l much relieved He said 4 I Ithink 1think Ithink
think Ill go ashore bore for a bit 1 1t and look lookthe lookthe lookthe
the town over Ive never seen see itAnd it itAnd ItA
And A nd he did He explained that before beforesrolng Defore2olng beforegoing
going he had been in a little scr scrn eerpe eerpen ac acin
in n Italy over a woman and he tbou tboumaybe thought thoutmaybe thoughtmaybe
maybe the United States Stat authorities authoritiesmight authoriUMmlfht authoritiesmight
might be looking for him SchwabI Schwab Schwabthe
the t Mt steward an easygoing German Germaamerely Germanmerely GenaaamHely
merely smiled knowingly As J a mat matter matter matter ¬
ter of fact Schwab had never heard heardof beaI1lthE
of r the slaying atLs atLake > ke Como ComoThat ComoThat ComaThat
That evening the Prinzes Irene sailed sail sailed n nId ¬
ed away from Palermo with Gibraltar Gibraltaris
is its next calling calUn port Stewart Stewartchwab Stewartchwah StewartZhwab
chwab noticed that the young A AlIMn AlIMnan inert inertan
an in the second cabin seemed to toay toay toay
ay quite a lot of attention to Ml MlVereker Mise Misetereke1 1 1treke +
Vereker treke the singer They got along alongnlendtdly alon aloni
nlendtdly I ndldJy It t Wall a typical shipboard shlpboanltrtaUon shipboardirtaUon
trtaUon Jack ColmD went aaboJo aaboJodth asboreIth
dth Ith the Jf girl at Gibraltar and made madettcctionate t ttf
i ffcctlonate tf < farewells when sh sharried she wu wuarrled wasarHed
arried off by a couple of friends there theremtad tbenlM thenFeasd
Feasd lM mtad a New Friend FriendHe Fri FriHe FriedHe
He seemed lonely after the therut vtissil vtissilput veeselnut
put out of Gibraltar but soon found foundi t tI foundnew
i new friend In the person of Charles CharlesI CMr CMrJ
I Farquaharson a Canadian who had hadeen 11Meen hadcan
> een visiting vIlttn the other side aideemecl and wh whcemed wine winee
e cemed to know all about New York YorkVashington Yorkb Yorksshtngton
Vashington b oa and other oth r American Americanittes AJDerIeaAI Americantitles
titles I H He and Farquaharson treated treatedich tr trLch treatedtch
ich other to a few drinks and seemed seotatedo
o be very chummy Jack Coli Colijnce Colmee Colman Colmanince
jnce the vessel was well out of ofHbraltar oftilbraltAr oftibraltarseemed
tibraltarseemed tilbraltAr Hbraltar seemed to be in very high hlghspirits lalataplrits highprata
spirits laughing and Ad singing and aadnade uuIlapping andlapping
lapping what few companions be benade henade
nade on the back bac He frequently Inuired in taut inuirfd ¬
ut uirfd red how near the vessel was w to tomerlca tom toAmertct
merlca m rlca Schwab since that wasnt wasnty t ty
y any means a new ne inquiry dlJ not nottake nottake nottake
take much interest In Colmans con conversations eoneraatlons n neraaUona ¬
versations versationsHowever eraaUonaHowever eraatlonsHowever
However on the night Dl < < ht before last lastwhen tathen lastwhen
when hen the Prinseas Prt Irene was withinay withinmy within withinasy
asy ay reach of Sandy Hook Jack Cot Cotnan CoI1ao Colman
nan approached the steward at a time timevhen timevhen
vhen the latter was alone and askedAre asked askedAre liked likedre
Are re there likely to be any an detectives deteetjvesbout d detectivesbout t tJves tJvesbout I
bout the pier pl ter r m Hoboken when weand we weand Wfnd1
and nd1 Scrwab Set wab told bun yes that there thererenerally thtreenerally thereenerally
enerally sere a few police Investlga Investlgaors tnestl a aora
ors at th piers looking for notoriousinale notorious notoriousorelgn notoriourrticn
reign crm crmWell Tmmals TmmalsWell mlna18 mlna18Well inale
Well isnt there any way a man car caret caret r ret
et off the pier without having ann < < to ru rune nlhe ruhe ¬
he gantlet of those people inquir inquirColman lnqurColmalL inqulrColman
Colman ColmanI
I dont see bow Schwab told tol him himfirst himl111t himtiret
first youhave to be examined by thustotns th thounom thuatOmS >
ustotns officers of fleers then go o out through th thtssage thtsaage < I Il88ace
tssage where the detectives are walt waltTlMHufrt waitg waitThotigtt I If
g f I
TlMHufrt It KA A Girl Serape SerapeAll
All this time Schwab was under the therapresston thei thempreisto
i rapresston i that the young fellow fell w was wassimply wa waI wassimply
simply in some girl scrape such sDchyouths a ayouths ayouths
I youths of all nationalities are bound to toencounter toencounter o oenccunter
encounter and smiled Indulgently upon uponhim uponhian
him himThen bt Then hel1 came th the last night of the voy voyhis yageWednesday y yaCe I
aCe ageWednesday Weclne da night Colman got gothla gothis
his friend Farquaharson FarquaharsonAmerica Farquaba and ODe or two twootben twoothers
others who bad previously uaIJ been beenAmerica In InAmerica
America or claim claimabout claimed to know something IIOrnetbtncabout somethingabout
about the country trY and lining lIni them up npat upt uplet
let at t the second cabin bar ordered a quart quartof quartof quartof
of champagne After this was con conratned COltnmed consumed
ratned he ordered another quart Both Bothrun Bot Botof Bothof
of theee he paid for although altboU < < h he bad bairun badrun
run up some minor charges at the bar barearlier barfarlI4r barearlier
earlier in n the th voyage voyacKxhilarated voyageLxhilarated O1 O1Jxhitaratfd
Kxhilarated by the wine Colman ColmanParqUihar CoJmanFarOHRharn Col ColFnrn
ParqUihar Fnrn utharen i n ani the other returned returnedt returh returht
t th tho < 4k dt < l < < k assigned as fined nod to tf second nnd class
Price PriceSacrificing
Sacrificing Our Entirebtock Entire tock of Suits and Trousers at Just JustHalf JustHalf JustHalt
Half Their Original Sale Price PriceS
S 1500 I Suits Now 75O 7 7502OOO 50
2000 Suits Now Nowti ow 1000 10002LOO
2500 Suits Now 1250 1250S30nOO 50 5015c
ti 4f A A > M i
3000 Fuits uits Now 1500
5250 Trousers Now 1 11125 25 25S3OO
300 Trousers Now 150 1 50 50S4OO
400 Trousers Now 11198 98 98S5OO
500 Trousers Now 248 248FURNISHING 248FURNISHING
15c 1 Brighton Br ghton Garters 1201 12c 12c5c 75c 75 c Otis Balbriggan Underwear 45c25c 45c 45c25c
25c 2 > c Brighton Garters 17c 50c Jean Drawers 39c25c 39c 39c25c 39c25c I
25c < Poros Knit Underwear Undernear23c 23c 75c Shirts 50c 50c25e 5Oc25c 50c25c
25c Balbriggan Underwear 23c 100 Monarch Shirts 75c Toe50c 75c50c 75c50c
50c Balbriggan Underwear 39c 150 Manchester Shirts 89c 89c50c 89 8950c 89c50c <
50c GenuinePoroslmit Genuine Porosknit Underw 7r 39c i 25c Suspenders 0 19c 19cSTMAW 19cSTRAW 19cAll
All 150 200 Straw Hats 119 All 250 Straw Hats 147 147All 147All 147All
All 300 Straw Hats 190 190i 190Outfitter 190a 190vI
a Ii r 709 Seventh SeventhIV SeventhStreet
IV i vI I NJ V Street N NW NWOutfitter W WOutfitter
Outfitter to Men SL Boys CIothSngFurnishSngs toysvCiothingFureaishangs Hats
J u n i >
C >
> Whose W eee Strange Eccentric Ecce tric Career eu r Ended In Her Murder At Lake Ceti Como c Italy
pasasagers c and proceeded to bare a Jol Joleation joIeadoD jolwith
eation with some of the young worsen worsenwho wenenwho ell ellwbo
who wore travelta traveling second dam There Therewas TItreone Therewas
was one Schwab noticed though hecould he hecoold beoouIc1
could not recall her name with wtt whom whomyoung WAom70UDc whernYount
young Cohnan had a desperate flirta flirtation JUnatioa Airiadon ¬
don on that teat night Jd t They were weregether to together totIier ¬
gether tIier until well Into the moraine moraineWanted JIIOC1IbIIWute4 mordtcWasted
Wanted Te T Dodge DetectivesThe Detectives DetectivesThe Det ves vesThe
The money OoUnaa had paW a for forthe torcbarpacne forchar
cbarpacne char pagne though DO ODe knew at at attbe atthe
the tone was UM last he had b8 tit the theworld theworld theworld
world Yesterday moraine mo when thePrincess the theprinzeas theprln
Princess prln Irene was within easy reach of ofSandy orSandy ofSandy
Sandy Hook the young Mas wear to toSteward toSteward toSteward
Steward Schwab and said saidId aidoold
oold Id like to borrow > f from freechap yea yo old oldchap oldchap
chap rye got nothing left and alii I want wanta
a little to tip the stewards and the other otherboy etherboys oUterboJJl
boy who have attended aue de4 to MM m mhave rnhave ruhave
have friends to me meet c me and alii pay you youbade youbactc youback
bade right away awaySchwab awayS awaySchwab
Schwab S nrah telling of this th Incident wb when wIMI1the whenthe n nth
th the boat landed said 1 1 save hint theIs the theJS thess
JS rhlnkinjt bIaJdD It was all coming right back backto bdtto backto
to me and ry my shipmates as tips UptMit bat it itdidnt ItdS4J1t t tdidnt
didnt He wont down to the bar withit with wtthit
it used u ed H all to settle sett we e his hm W11coup sad b buy y a acouple acoo
I m1 1settle
coup coo couple le of u mild ud 1 d drinks and ha dMat tip tipboken tipany tipany
Became Very HenceThe Hence NnIHLJlMI
The JlMI nearer < < the vetesel get te ttte Ho Hoen Hoboken
boken en docks the more anxious the young yettngwtfaetwer youngr g gC1
wtfaetwer r + C1 c rsenger was Schwab said w He fa faquired aq inutrtd
q quired quiredArc utrtdAre I trtd trtdAre
Are yon yonman PUre there w I isnt at any aT w7 a ama
man 01 ma n xet can aD off tkat pier J < < so detectives deteettveennt detectivesant ee eeJlnt
ant And him How afcowt that little Uttleater JIttl JIttlate littleate
ater ate Jobatbu point inc to an exk xte for easterns easternsifflclal eue ns nsiclalr s s1ft
ifflclal 1ft iclalr and r retgrterL x > rters when hen the Hoer HoerA 1IDerwnMd
A 5 > being warped warnedSchwab ha hafcrhwab tnbhwab
fcrhwab told him hed d heat to so right righth rightthrough
rough h the line of customs officers o < < kenI and aadftctiv andftfotiVeIii andetettives
> ftctiv 8 and ro about his 1 boatee bu lae < + ha haw B Bwithout sy
w without y hOlat worn worryinr is over detention Alt Alttia AIhllP Atis
tia + is while hu hllP > though the vessel was waad equip equips
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