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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1914.
FIVE ' i ... IIS FOR FOLLIES BEGINS1 M 0 M N 1 N G MAJOR CASE ( ILL BE IH HANDS OF JURY TO SILVER CITY BANK HAS NEWSPAPER MAN AIVONG INCORPORATORS APPLIES FOR JOB OF ivanre Dispose Par Above Expectations ot University Boys Who Stase Flay Friday, of Tickets Defendant Testifies in Own Be half and Crojs-Exnmination if m:i(s fm tiir I'rntormly . , 1 1 11 1 1 i I 1 p'll sblce I i y 111 Fails to ShaKe Story; Evi dence Ciicumstantial. J'lli' Mill Via i Tail liaUTiil.: i.l' tJ !m i.l mil. ,,.'iiv, ' pons th;. i:; i Hill.: hi Mil!. -a, n'K ')! r fruit UN i";'.v I made f,.,m i!),u l nil.' i'ii.iI Friday cvc'img I'.-i ii pry ergo, fur iiIihM' li'il ! y the I pi i.v s. In 1.. us ,l. ::i nl f..( ji is Mtri'il thai tin- n I'.mlicr of ,1, I i". in ','!. ,-;i M'calor jl, ,,, (in. minder :-'.!il fin' tin' former I. 1'l,,rt nt i j m linn- 1 bo i urtain mso. tt ., t!:ri ,. ij s In tvliii h people in. i v v ( I,,, ,, ir; :il . u record house. nillr,: I i a ii , . ' .i' I i osluincs arc t j. v. nvii I il'-' " 1 iit; women" mi'ii. ,M ,,i t:,.' m 'I In- K-Ui i'-i.'olllsliT ,ir:in' 1'. I ...I' I'. 'it'll till' "leading ffi,u,i." i i ii . i 11 1 acts, liiiinlm," il,,. -,', s m':i" i'-'11 worth of i lussy piis. I I'fiipi if. special Kl'iv."-; , mi ii." !:, . i '"i ! f tin' dressi ,1,;,, f: 1 1 ;;n "y. mi'A worn in'' is t i i ,i ; fi! in ' ; " t "I !( their sprin . ,,, ,, , f f . ' ') 1 !in ; in n H'lii'i II;. slinv. pli i;i v.; '.I I -' lusiiam i H Ui " . fh . f :' )!': ami stage properties ,,H , 1 1 ; . i i ii il , i i n l ;! ni'il liy I In- Kit p r . ii ; .1 ' 1 1 i ! i hi ;iy, si mi' vcr ,i.i i': : :ii. 1:1 ",'- being employed. The I i.;. .' : " I . . 1 1 i' 1 1 E.J rly iiru t cf ill for i. :i, i'. : sit I'.irl will ink now ledge ii . 11 fi. ..' .'I' "::.l. 1. J.' !',. :!; th :a!nns' lis; of 'in' :'." I' v.iiii m. v. i 'in in 'ii , .i ,. Mi.) I.? Amcr.c-in Tret n in I Snv- i,-s i:.,i i. ''".. .v. '. i:ii!)'.!iinii, v. K. WM'.i" y. i'!':rl'M 'May, K. .1. Strong, y. T. V m.' A. K. Cvi-rlll, ('. O. Cuh ni:;.'.. . ' ' 1 i; :u 1 ' ' . I!. I,. 1 ol,.-oii, T. J 'nil ''. A run llunin.g, M. I. l',.v.. 1 A. it. White, It. A. Mistier. K. ,:. A I. 'i i. ' .1-iffi, IL. L. l'rt !;t . ....h i .,! ill". .1. A. Itl'ill.V, il. D.. II. I'. V. ; i " m i r. . V. Walton. W. .1. Whit.-, I'. i. I J. Ki-IIits, K. Itiitucro, Ml.-. :i. ii. I',. ,i::.s, I). V. (il.ul'A ill, limrii' : . I'.iii. !,i mr lliil'tll, K. .1. U.'un.lui-, .1. I!. Sh. ''haii, II. I'. AfMi liu, .Mm), 1.ia', fluil'lis A. Kllei'. Hi-rt ;ik i 'Mil r, Kun uw .i Id's, W. It. AVnlton. W. W. W.iimiiin, J. il. Mi'Ki'f, O. A. .MiApiiii, H. J. K. IcliiT, Al ioiiilrk h. r. 1.. t'hcrwnoil, Kutt-', Inc., ilrv. S. ,!. .Vvvi'll. liodd & Iiinliuf, T.. J. I:r.,r,!, ., . far its. M. W.. :i. :. i (i. I. A. Mai-piU'i'son, Ii. (i. Cur-i.i.-ii, M. M.. Xi il U. rU'l, J. I!. Coud iil, I!, l'. Iluiikiii... IT. I'. .V.u!l."i. M. Ri' .ch, l:. r lMrl.lv n. ,lo.i,.;.h ' i. i.' il. A. ! ..r .- hi. .1, il. . v.'cll. '. !!. ('Him'!', A. ". i '.U'.-oi. n. r IH'.i i.n :.;i!i, V. if. .Mi'CItir: 'n. It, .. Wi'l-amc. Kim ..-ix- il. Chit, ilrx. f. ii. 1! ' t ti A. I). Wnlki'l'. il. 1.. fii'lliltf !'. K. VVIlK'.n, F. V. taiihitni. I". I.. 'it'.w.', 11, Kmory Ii.'ivis, i. W. Jolm ?':, h'nii TrutUT, A 1 1 u ) i n-f i u I.i.mii r i'n KinnvKHii t; lil.'vvn. 'i 'lTC.' Myi'i s, l;..y Mi Chi -ncy, F. S. I ri ',!ii!nrf, T. 1 . Fiu, It. il. Hill, ''"l.'inin A I '. ! n i i k . (iiaiiiH Wntlinic ti'M. .Mis. J. K. lliinniini, ili,-.s It. :ray. .Mrs. K. il. l.nliai'c, iliss X. I!"UI, .Mrs. J. X. lllaililinir, Mi.ss 'n;in S'liith, Mii-H Mary Kaiifinnliii, lt. W. It. '(.H'laiid, Prof. ('. K H .iih'ln, 1'ii.f. .. Siivilimi. Mi." K A. Ilirki y, Mi.s .1. S. rai'.-on.", 1'1'of. II M. Hai'ion, li'of. K. W. (Irn.'i, 1 M'. i!. I-.".(I. I 'r. (.'. T. Kit k, I rof. A.-. i I'i'ii, V...',,'. 'tf'fCIHU DI8i.CM TO MOHNINfl JOUnNLI A In it) i aor.lo. X. 11., Jan. :'', Ai :i:."li i 'i lin k t . i i f.-1 1 1 , tin- intiuiliii iiu:i if ti.s; iiMi'iiy in .he il. II. Major niiir dor trial was roin oli'lod, mi. I .unit a.l ioiiiiii'il nniil loi'mrrow no rninu ..t 10 o'lini 1:. 'Vli.ii ii t Idi ii ov s it 1 1 rc.'c mi -i ii K tl o Hitrt.'. i'.'i'l ri'iiiisii lor tlio U -fi'ii'liiii; will I liii-ir 'iosiri " ari'i' Mien'.', t ! 'lie jury. Tii.-v arc . x l.oiii'i! to lo'tMiiiic tlio mialii' in ft i f th day nni il is .'Xit'i t .-.I that U tomorrow i.i;;lit 111.' rusn will he in I tic hands of the jury for .liiilici ation a nd a I I i- t . The t Ii cf f.'.-ilm of tic t.lale's !. llliu nv in r.''.i i. ; ta I, in t rod u . ..'it to nij' lil. vv.is Hi., ii mi. Mini ciin nt liy I'r i-fcss-oi- Mill In II, cf thii State Aurh'ul tiiial i -liic'. , of the result of ail analysis he l.a I made of wall miier taki n l.i.hi th" Major lioinc. 1'1'ol'cii sor .Mill In II te;Ciied thai lie found no in ill.- in tin iiaiier. The dcfcii.se had soiriH to prove hy I'Xpirrt.s that i' v.iiK ais'iiie in th" wall paper uii'l I vi in.' . n ihe walls of the Major In :in , wlihii had poisoned Miss Kil .luia ,A a.loi'. and .ini.scil her ileath, for vvhii i In r fat her linn iiecii o,i trial. Major, (he , IcUilalU. wlthst nid to day a liaid (i'css-examinatioil hy Fpe i lal 1 ro-e. iiloi' 1,. (I. Fulh ii, and his liiici tisliiir'i'.v was not materially shaken. . 'le proved u cool witness and u tioinl i ne for his case. He was liilmvcd on the stand hy his wif". Mis. Isal.cl Major, who tes i.fcii us ii, her lute illness, hut her testimony . ontiiierl nothint,' of a s'ariiir.; natiii'i-, as had hcMI Jlersist eniiy rcnioic 1. The i ic e i f the case leaves this situation: Tile stale has fuileil to di rectly i i ii'ici i Major v ith iidminl tcriiiK p. is. in io li s ilaiiKhter, the evi ili'iiii' n;:-;'nst him heinc inirely cir i llinstanlial. .1111 the otliel' hand It has jirovcil iiiat tin- Kiii .lied of arsenic poisi nil) ;. Tiie defense presented I similiter i. as.' than had hecn nnlici' puteil find it.s expert witnesses nave teslimi liy strongly favoralde to the accused. The verdict of the jury is a mntt'-r if .-peculation. The trial Just dosed has h"i n probably the hardest fought (liminal ease in the court annals of southern Xevv Mexico Crowds Willi h taxeil the ciipaeity of Ihe couii room have been present daily. !ltiri!. Bi'.AIrM lu MUlNihll JOUMN.ll i-ainla .'e, X. m. .),,, t'T. .Another II. .vspeiiel man ii,,.. ciiiiihitcil the ca amii'c of lion Keilzie i.f l. nliluira, itli.1 has iini slid in l.aik stock. I'm' tiie n mi of I'. A. Mash of the Silver jl'it.v l-iiterprlsc a. pears aiiioni: those jvvho in, orpi ru'cl the People's Sav ings I Sunk .V Trust v'o., tuikiv which snr nilei'i"! -II eld c'liaiicr a fur many I ceiil'i r. no, s and npii h loolinu up of the st.it lite. . I The new chailcr was filed hy the ii tatc ci rpnrntion i oiiiinlii,,'i today. Tlic capitalizatieu is I uii.iiimi ..,h, the ! I a id up , a pit al si o, k 'el, mm. i'hc oank will new do a hum company business in addition to a savinas bank busin'.'.-s. The i neoi -porat m s are; K. i'. Malkicy, ,..:i! sians; S, ii, linker, lias sliaie-:' Villi T. Manviilc, till : hares; I ). i. Itohorlsi n. 'H1 shares; .1. U". Pihlc. tint! shares; A. .1. Itoul warc, n;i shares; Andrew l.oiklear, 2 I'll hares, all ,,f sjv. r City- II, S. Kilwarils, Santa Itila, t-H shales; II. M. i 'rcn i), Ni w Yoik, tt I .' bair, It. II. , I lines, Whitewater, s shuics; ( '. II. !'. lb is, 1,1 Pa o, I .'hares, l.ctiia 1 1, linker, ! ilvi-r I'it.v . 1 2 shares; .1. 1 J. ILiys, Silver City, fill shales; V. P. I'.vi.l and liuucne I 'a::, ilcsiio, lia liin. 1 ; , ' 1 1 1 ;, l.a , 20 siuil'is each; M. U'iieelei, .IV.,' Wii bita, HI shares; !' A. I'.iisli. Silver Cily, Ii snares; T. V. Waul, ii. K. Aiu-le, V. .1. It. ise, Hcoinc i'vcrard, . f Silver City, 4 shares each; .). T. Men bant, Washington, I . II. ('. Jack.", m. Whitewater, James It. Shell en. .laeksiui, I'hailis A. .Marriott and Charles liiiachcr, of Silver City. 2 shares each; A. A. Smith, Toledo, ).. Juan Valencia, Sherman, W. T. lilackweil, S. C. 1 Icriunii and I. linker. 1 share each. The ilircctoiH are: first Class: Van T. Manviilc. S. t . I inker. I!, i V Marklcj; second class: i:. S. IMv .'arils, A. .1. liouhvure, An drew l.ockiear; thii',1 class: 1 1, I '. Kobcrtsoii, It, M. l"ri mil and J. W. liible. The I'!. J, Wolfinm-r company of Al aniotiordo, lilcd inem iieration paiers toilay, the capitalization bciiiK $t!5,0ll(i, divided Into 2,rdMl shares, the head quarters at AlimioKorilo, with 1. J. Welfiimcr of Alanine,, ii'do, statuloi'v' aiicnt. 'J'he Incorporators and directors ire: (1. J, WolfiiiKiT. Alainoijordo, CIS shares; (!. I !. Johnson ami 1.. K. Strand, of I. as Cruces, 1 share each. CLEANING 001 IW AGS Jack Si ! occo, Kin;; of ToueJis, Declares lie Would Clear Mctt epulis of Gun Fighters QiiioKly if Given Chance, iftt'A. C OWNI aiONDN,.l ,11 MUMNINU .OUNKJI.! New Vork, Jan. 2i. -"There is c I.e. i li.r l;:ii:;ii and l; u II 1 .a , I el's 111 as m e ii i it v its ours; II I w ere i;iv ell the juli I v. on id i Ii a ii lb. 1 1 v, ii nf nun -' nhtcts in less than a week. All I want is tin mm. I, siiom,, la.ive men . I ! ha us h.n ,. a eoiid t. i, ; em h I" I ,'i I. i s up, a n I w e v ill put the lin- i,t oi I'lismo hel sliciihl ,,sk nil do il a tow n lor 1 1 1 1 1 , : I : III. Mao lb.- V I Yes, ,1 , that is I would i ss than i t 'in. The mail I'v ,1; k I' t Ii, v In CORPORATIONS NOT TO DEDUCT EXEMPTIONS FEDERAL HEADLIGHT LAW IS DEMANDED Br MOUSING JOURNAL CPfCIAL I.f A EE O W,RI Waslilimton. Jan. 2T. The treasury ileparimcnt aniioiuiceil today that cor porations cannot deduct any portion o the specific exemption authorize. 1 under the old corporation tax law. when making payments of the new in come tax law. liulei' the old law a specific ex ciiiplioii of $r.,iiuil was muilc an'. ! many corporations have proceeded on I the theory that they were entitled to deduct one-siMh of that ainonnt. has i inn llieir , oiiientioii on the fact that i the income tax is not levied for thy i'yciir 1 : 1 3 duiiiiM tlio nionths of Ja't j nary and t'ebrua r.v. AFTER EFFECTS OF GRIP THIS YEAR ' "' is Mdiicy, In V.'elikeneil Condiiion , ' tins in parts of the country 1','lVc kept busy with the opi- '' ' "f mip vvhjih has visited so '"-:' Inuies. Tin- sv inptoins of f-; r i t bii ii ,,- ip,. (,ft(.n very liislressun,' .'iini th,. fv-tcin in a run down ' ' ;ii'!iti'in, particiilaiiy Ihe kidneys 'vim h s. em to ...ullcr most, us almost ,v'-y victim complains of lame buck "'"1 urinary troubles which should ""' ! n sleeted, iis these dam-'er oiii "'Is nft,,i ,..,, (,, daliKd'ous kidney trmikies. liriiKuists niinit a lurKe snle "ll I'r. Kilmer's S'vvami--Itoot which s" many people s.iv sunn heals and sir. turtle ns the kidneys fil'n r an nt !"k of iSvValllp-iioot is a Kl"cat "lii.'.v. liver and t.laibler remedy, and, '"'"!s mi herbal compound, 'has a. 6"'i" healmir elT.-ct on the kidneys, "hi'li is almost immediately noticed n must (uses bv those who try it. I'r. Kfl,,n,r c,,..' r,nj;hainton. N V.. JI'ot to send a samile size liotle of 'mimi!.-;,,,,( ,, receipt of ten cents, '". ' vere s-ufferer who ret nests it. A i!l eonvinic anv one who may ." (t' rncil ,,f Ucitular size bottles ';'"' ' "'al Ji.oo. For sale at all drus--S'-l". I.e sure to mention this paper. BY MORNINU JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASED WIRE! Ttcno, Nov., Jan, '27. Favoring na tional legislation in an effort to se cure a uniform law laitardinK loco motive headiinhtH, the first "Safety First" conference held in the west, 'closed toniKlit, after a two days' scs- linn, The conference wan h. Id at the ' Fnlversiiy of Nevada n ml was ntteni i "d by railroad men r( presentiim' every ! we.- tcrn road, mill also ininlnt,' repn- seutalivcs. Ill-solutions for the seciir i inir of national itovernnicnt nssi.-ta nc. j in ihe headlight question, wi re mlopt ! d during the dav , after it was brouirht j In-fore the confereiice that out of the Iw. nty-cieht states now liavinir, h.ad- buhl laws, a total of s vciiteen differ i ell' Spei il'n iitiolis "fe rc'iuirid ; limine the convention railroad of- lii ials and emtiiiei rs were divided np ' ,in the iUc:,tion of a sttpeiior liKbtink' .device, althoUfih Imlii facii.ms sli.ni lied a di sire for feib ral law mi I'm 'sal 'j,,t. NO CONFIRMATION OF MURDER STORY Br MORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASED W'REl St. Louis, Jan. 2". Confirmation of i the story told last nitihl of Ihe dis membered body of a white Kill hav ing been brought ton laundry fulliace i to be burned, was unobtainable by the police today anil the officers are inclined to discredit it, The lule was told by I 'ha lies Anderson, a lienro. ; now in Jail on n clinrue of murder. And. r.-oii told the police that his 1 falh, r-in-lavv, lie s K. McAllister, brouirht the (lisim 'inhered body to a laundry where A. mlersoii was woi kinn and aski (J him to burn it in the fur n.iii.. il-Atlist'T mail" emphatic ie. ' niaK ! I v ncbimr I-. I'ciircd. j Come. Ala., Jan. 27. After a tliir ty six-hoiir ehas", two hundred men, I bout on I.v nebini: liiineiui Johnson, a negro accused of fatally siiootim- J. j K. Ingram, a wealthy luiiibcrmnii, to- 'niglit had surrounded the fugitive near lure. Ills capture was (spooled I at daylight. The ether negroes charge. I I with implii ati.m in the shooting of In C0R0NAD0 LODGE OF FRATERNAL UNION OF AMERICA INSTALLS gram are In Jail at ) lerniiliim, cioseiy guarded. Dr. I hot Itcluriis l'a-1. Santa Fe, Jan. 27. I'r. Samuel A. F.liot of lto.Hlon left today for the ast after spending the- greater part of the forenoon at the Museum of .New Mexico and School of Archaeology, lie i xpressed himself greatly surprised that .so Muall n community us Santa Fc commanded so fine an Institution and declared it most praiseworthy on the part of the i .no inoiivv i al'.h to help maintain the museum. I C..r, Undo 1. ni;,. Sii, iini, rnul ; liiicii of America, last nigbl inslalle.! ' officers for this year at A. ( . F. W. ;hall. A banquet anil (lame follow el tile i el cmome.-t. The officers installed j hi,. Si feriiio Croilett, past iiicsidcut; Adelfo ('have, president; Miss l'i I . fill. i (iiircia, vice president: Martin ('arrillo, treasui'ei'; Jose Chlivi I guard; Miss l.uganla (larcia, si cre ;taiy; Miguel Apoilaea, Inner guard; 'Nick Framo. ( haplain; Mrs. Franco, imptnln; Itafa i Trujlllo. (infre l'emu und Finest I'alkolino, stewards. G DYSPEPSIA 0 1 DIGEST! 1 1 fin I" mi ii i n,i imi,i . i. j,!! in Big II , .H,UI. I '" il'il1. 'ii i', lAitiniiiwi'iii Mm II iiibibiiia. I'll 'Tl't ' -- GOOD IF YOU WANT SHOES SEE WM. CHAPLIN 121 W. Central Remodeling Prices Still On "Papc's Diapepsin" settles sour, gassy stomachs in five minutes-Time It! You don't want a siovv remedy when your stomach In bad or an un certain one or a harmful one your stomach Is too aliialile; you mustn't injure it with drastic dmus. Tape's Iflapepsln Is noted for It n Hifed In giving' relief; Its hurmless ness; its certain unfailing action In regulitinif sick, sour, tassy stomachs. Its nilllions of cures In indig'estlnn, dysiepsiu, gastritis and other stomach tr.mble tins made. It famous the world over. Keep this perfect stomach doctor In your home keep It handy got a laiKo fifty-rent ciisci from any drug store and then If anyone should eat somelhinx which doesn't agree with them: if what they eat lays like lead, ferments and sours and forms mis; causes headai he, dizziness and nausea; (nutations of acid and undigested fooii remember us soon as I'upe's 1'iapepsin eomes in contact with the stomach all such distress vanishes. Its promptness, certainty aniJ ease In overcoming' the. worst sfoniueh dis orders Is a revelation to those who ii y ii. Ulir statement w i . o, W ho t he p,,!,' e say 'S tioi'ihcsl linn iii town, bill that Ills l'cplltaiion I,-, due the newspapers. Not ih.it Siroc..i j in, a: is lie is an iint'ek He admits he is a lighter, but he insists he .loci not ! heln v c In sAootdig; and hivm the i.nlv j way to Mitlc u dispute is wit Ii the j fis's. I Sirocco is a. rather undersized man, with dark brown eyes, a round und rn. bly In, e. and coal Ida, k hair. lb' has a short ami very fat neck and i ivciy heavy Jaw. He was born al No. !., Mi it nt leil thirty-one jeniv ago, and has been in this city most ol the time sliu e. Jlot now he is lia ml ling pri.ef bihtcrs. In order to bitrn the views of n real gaiigsb r, a reporter called on Sirocco In a olubhoufc on the lower l'.owory. Well liressc 1 i..vn were playing- pool. "I'm gl id you've asked me to talk." said SiriKco. "The trouble baa been t hat the in II yoll people call gangiliis haven't had a chain e i-i tell their side 111 the newspapers. You know I list d to be In the newspa per business myself. I used to i.irry hickcv;'.' " The reporter confessed ignorance of Mini) an uttachnieiit to a newspaper. "The lift bundles Unit we curry out ol the press room and h ad on the wagons are rulhd 'hickcv s,' " ex plained Sirocco. "Alter ! got throng.! with that job I was truck driver. Then 1 (.pencil u saloon on Park How, anil that was the finish of it all. From that time mi I got to he known as a tough gtlj, Juul because 1 wanted to (any on my business in my owi way." Sirocco was asked lo tell bow thi ll cent shootings i am.' about. "It was this way," he answered. "There was a sink,' mi llieene slre.'i and the two sides went to Madison Square (birileu to settle Ihings, I think. I Was sold for by somebody coiimxted wuii the six-day hike lace thai WHS beillf; pulled off Jtlftt then. Thl i man snld t'i ! iii: ' "Say, Jin k, see what yon i h'w (be with the mob. There seems to be trouble due lure.' So 1 said 1 would iittend to II. "I Miw two of my mob and I told them tu gu home. I KH'ss they did. Thin I talked with the other fellows and I gave them the same advice. And they took it. Then 1 wi nt home my self. "The next moiiiinir when 1 got up I went buck to the tiaiden, and us I got in .some newsboy rushed up, and liny were crying: "Kxtrce! AH about Sirocco and bis gang bring hundred .-hots in the Harden!" 'That was the hr't I knew about II. 1 knew Iii I ecu home in bed ami sound asict p when ibis muss look place. 1 guiss sonic of tin gam; calnc back again. "Now, all I had to do Willi that light was that I acted nc p, in clunker, lint then i had that awful fcpiiialioii ami eviiythmg w tit. Then they bad another headline, reading; Mack Si rocco and Jimmy Kelly gang at war in Madison Sqnac Caideu.' Now, that I'.uu-hi bliug in front ,,f Arling ton hall, where that poor old man Was shot, came oat of the scrap that was started that inoiiiing in Madison Square Harden." "Isn't It possible that out of all Ibis shooting' some was done by your friends und followers?" asked the m poi ter, "Maybe," replied Sirocco. "It's tliiH way: I see. a lot of these faces and they 'hello' me and I 'hello' them back. That's the way they do things. 1 got the reputation of being a had man and lots of these young fellows 'hello' nie for that reason. Tiny think they can get some reputation by that, So I Just 'hello' back to them. That's all. Half of that mob I don't know at all. So far as I 'hick Tricon and I are con cerned, we're good friends, lie's look ing for a llvinif, same us I am, If I can stop Rnnit shooting i ll Uo it all Ihe time." "I'.ut," ventured the reporter, "if you are such an abused man how was it possible for you to have iiot such an evil reputation?" "I'll tell you," answered Sirocco promptly. "That reputation goes with the running of a Joint." "Then you did run a joint?" "That's what Ihe police and you newspaper linn culled It, he flashed hack. "Vou run a Joint and the llr.it thinif the police t.il you is t tint you're the head of a gang and It hanks about vour Joint. I ran a place on Park itow. and I ran il my own way. I I wouldn't allow anv bums and gang sters to hang nioiiiul. That Would have been bad for the business. So whin the gang Hue around and 1 told them to g' t, and they Wanted to show me how to mil my place, I Just dun ked tin In oat ami landed them on their heads, and then I got my reputation, I suppose. j "We don't believe in UghtiiiK with guns. I never ,aiiv a gun, and I doni ) lied one. Thank 'bid, I've got two; good lists, and so have many or my old pals. And Ibni s the kind of wea pon We IIS'', "Then who il,s ail this slim. ling '."' persisted ihe reporter. .ei,., i,i,i. " .. .Hilly repiitai Hirocco, "Thcv'rc bovs from 111 to 20, iiieviv1 the ones tint give vou the 'hello' win ii they meet .hi. They read alii about what a tough guv you are In the pnicrs. They s.iy to themselves.' (Ice, if 1 coiil, I only be such n tough guv and get my nam,. In the papers; like he does.' So they think they ought , to do something great, iin v get a I gun mill the tiisi chance they have! they shoot. If they get avviiy il's all right. If they don't and are ( .night j the police remember hearing; them, iui'o' jou, mid tight away Ihe report j goes out thai another of Ihe Sirocco' gang's been doing' some shooting, And all this time you don't know anv thing: about the whole business. "Another thimr about those so-! en Med gunmen. They carry the guns b. cause they feel that llu v can get -i j girl 111 that way. Th. v also sea re I . loreUocp.fs that they shake down,1 and when one crowd shakes u si, ire-, keeper down the other iiuwd wants ' 10 get money too. Thin there's troll- hie and they shoot. i "Xow, to come back to n v Joint on Park Itow. It was a soil of u rough and ready place, I had a hub' ca 1 o li t show- in il. I know il w is the Hist cabaret show in town. I'm glad I started something like that. auh"',. I I cpt the place a va at' and a half That was as long a- the pulic'd le' me. 1 got pinched several tliu.s fur excise, that was all. i 'f course drunken tailors would start fights u ml I hat mo Into trouble more than one. iblt I'll say tills ' ami Sine , ,, twelleil with priib "I never had a 11 Id" ry i. on 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 "i I in my place. I wouldn't stand for anything; like, thai." "Hut why did the police get aft, i yi u when you were running so re spectable a place'.'" "Fxcisc and a. disnt tb rly lions... charge," was the reply. "It was a liaine-iip. Some copper said a, woman' had solicited him in my place, but be. lied. I didn't go to thn i bat with It : and my license was revoked. That ' was three or four yenril iigo ami it was what made mo a tmigli guy." Sirocco was asked whether he be-i lieved policemen would "frame up" a; man to make an a in si ami swell a' r.eord. "Frame up?" repented" Sirocco.' "That's rather hard to say. The po-l bee don't bother me because I attend j to my own business. If they .say to, me, 'WnUs,' you bet I Walk faster j than they do. The police don't have: to ( ome round here mid look for me. j Th.y know where to find bad fellows. whin there has been any shooting. If! they knew that I had bei n mixed up In a gun fight you bet they wouldn't b t me get away with it. j "I.et me tell something that hap pened last year. We had an outing of the Sixth Ward Athletic club to Wllzel's Point. That afternoon the1 papers came out and said, 'Sirocco; mill his men have gone up the Sound on a steel lined battleship.' Wil.elj didn't know me. After the affair was, over it was so orderly he thanked lis for it, and then I Introduced myself to him and he was glad to meet me." 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V I.:.,' A . . j Mits. c. s. v t l; their , fleet 1... only for that day, while a g, ni, lino remedy hue Syrup Pepsin mis m 1 Id I v hot permanent ly. It can be conveniently obtained at anv lit ni; store at fifty cento, or on" dollar a bottle Itesults are always guaranteed or nimiey will be leliuiil e.l Yoll will find it genlle In action, pliiisitit In taste, and free from grip ing, and its I, ,1,1c properties have it illsliiiel value lo women. II ii the most widely used laxative-tonic in Ameri.a today and thousands of fami lies ale now never wit limit It. Families vvi.hiiig to try a free sam ple holtl" .an obtain II postpaid bv a.bli.'talm.; lu W. Ii. Caldwell, 41'.) U ashin; Inn St , Mmilleello, HI. A postal i. ir, I with your namo nnd nd dies.. on It will do. is to throw il in u sewer," w is t'j" up llm livir for the top 1,1111. Thai's ready reply. what v --. m I .nice tic papers give "And if yon Were asked by Mayor van such an cvvliil H ptituttoli. It's Milclicl how to get rid of gunl'i'iitcrs ,-,., ." what would 'no your advice?" was "- asked. ,, matter what you want it will Sirocco then made the slab in. lit tmvo you tune and money If ull Use, qiiolod at the head of th.a article, lie the Journals v.. ml columns, lidded: "I suppise this liuil name's going to Mick to me. Why. If they (barge, I me will, just plain fighting and got me before a Jury, Ihe di-trict attorney would say : a b ntb iueii, the defendant at the bar Is the notorious gangster, Jack Slro .' And the Jurors would tint want to hear any more, but s.iy: 'Huilty!' Just like that. And I'd go - M.tV lit Mi ALOW. Pull SM.i: I'y her lit II I'Ul-K.lill, , I'll, H In llllll. ill !'""!IH. lilS. Ill, 'lit, I, , 'St, HlHiU'iblll Rl, i'il,,i;- I-,.. in, I nil , I A' i.tol Itoor. .lll-lll !,,'., l. 11. Ml'M, I lililll ,i.'H,,t, ImlTr't, Hint 1", itili. ii Iii nov a. 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