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THE NOHTH PLATTE 8EMI.WEEKLV TRIBUNE.
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TRUE TO HIS LEGAL TRAINING
To Judge, the Beauty of Poetry Was
Froth, and He Wanted to Get
Richard Lo Galllenno was sympa
thizing with a young wrlt6r whoso
book of poetry had -been refused by
"Ileal lovers of poetry," said l!r.
Lo Galllenno, "aro unfortunately be
coming raro. Too many pcoplo nowa
days nro Uko tho Judge.
"This Judgo was recommended by
a poetic friend to read Sholley. Tho
groat man of tho law said ho sup
posed ho ought to read a llttlo poo
try, and having heard so much of
Shelley, ho would try him.
"'And what do you think of lt7'
said hin friend to tho Judgo after
ho had wnded through a fow pages of
"Eplpsychldlon." 'Isn't it beautiful?'
"'Woll, well oh, yes I daro say it
is,' said tho Judge, 'but what I want
to know is, when are wo going to got
at tho facts?'"
A CLEFIGYMAN'3 TESTIMONY.
Tho Hov. Edmund Ileslop of Wig'
ton, Pn., sufforod from Dropsy for a
yoar. His limbs and foot woro swol
leu and puffed. Ho had heart flutter
ing, was dizzy
and exhausted at
tho least oxer
tlon. Hands and
foot wero cold
and ho had such
a dragging senna-
tlon across tho
loins that It was
difficult to movo.
Rev. . Hesiop. gj Tidd!
Kidney Pills tho swelling disappear
od and ho felt himself again. Ho sayii
ho has been benefltod and blcsnod by
tho uso of Dodds Kidnoy Pills. Sev
eral months later ho wroto: I havo
not changed my faith in your romody
sinco tho abovo Btatoraont wns author
ized. Correspond with nov. E. Hes
iop about this wonderful romody.
Dodds Kidnoy Pills, GOc. por box at
your dealer or Dodds Mcdlclno Co.,
Buffalo, N. Y. "Writo for Household
Hints, also muBio of Nntlonal Anthem
(English and Gorman words) and re
cipes for dainty dishes. All 3 sent freo.
Black Hole of Calcutta.
Tho innato corruption and dopravlty
of human naturo woro porhnps novor
more cloarly brought out than In tho
historic Black Holo of Calcutta. That
atrocity stands unrivaled as an in
stanco of tho utmost BUfforlng human
ity can enduro, paBBod through by a
largo number, yet leaving a fow sur
vivors to tell tho talo. Many moro
havo been slain or executod at ono
tlmo, doath being oxpoctcd; buU
probably only safo keeping of tho pris
oners was Intendod, and only fear of
breaking a dospot's sloop provontod
their oarllor roloaso. Yot this torturo,
"unequaled In history or Action,
whoso rocord cannot bo road unmoved
after tho lapso of a hundred and fifty
years," was produced moroly by crowd
ing men togothor in an 111 ventilated
room. No fires, racks, nor Bcourgos
woro needed; all that was dono or re
quired to bo dono was to toko from
each tho amount of air and spaco to
which ho was accustomed, crush him
Into oloso proximity with his fellows,
and tho thing was accomplished.
Prom "A Farmer's Noto Book," by C,
E. D. Phelps.
"Doos your husband treat you un
kindly?" askod tho lawyer.
"Certainly not!" said tho unsub
"Thon why do you want a divorce?"
"I don't actually want a divorce. 1
moroly want to apply for ono. Then
I can Judgo by ho kind of a fuss my
husband makes whether ho really
cares for mo or not."
Only Ono "BROMO QUININU"
To Id tba f annlne, oil tor full name. LAXA.
2? w P5S82 H,N,NBJ. ? - 'or ?.'&. .1
K, W. CKOVB. Cures it Cold la Oat La, JJo.
In union there must bo strength, but
without union thero would bo no di
vorces. Prosperity holps some men to forgot
NEW TRIAL BY NJGOURT OF APPEALS
Prisoner Now in Tombs Awaiting Court Proceedings in His Case
Interesting Sketch of the Events Leading Up to tho
Killing of Herman Rosenthal and a Resume of the
Incidents That Followed.
Now York. Tho New York court of
appeals has granted former Pollco
Lieutenant Becker a now trial and tho
ex-offlclal has been transferred from
the death coll at tho Albany prison
to tho Tombs In this city.
Attorneys for Llputon?nt Bockor
asked reversal of Judgment and a new
trial on tho ground of moro than. 200
errors on tho orlglnnl trial of Becker
and on tho ground of newly discov
ered evidence favorablo to Becker. It
was alleged that tho testimony of
tho four Informers "Bald Jack" Rose,
"Brldgey" Webber, Harry Vallon and
Sam Schepps, was totally false.
Tho conviction nnd sentencing to
death of Becker was ono of tho many
Incidents that followed in quick fash
Ion tho murder of Herman Rosenthal
Tho board of aldermen, tho stato log
Islaturo, thjf Citizens' Union, the bu
reau of municipal research, tho
Rockefeller bureau of social hygiene,
tho district attorney's office and many
prlvato agencies conducted investiga
tions into conditions in Now York
city's underworld and conditions sur
rounding tho Now York pollco. Grand
Juries returned 23 Indictments, and
ovon today tho effect of tho murder of
Rosenthal Is felt in graft exposures.
Tho recent exposure of wire tapping
graft In the pollco department re
sulted directly from tho Rosenthal
killing nnd tho Investigations that fol
Horman Rosenthal was a product of
tho East side. Ho operated tho notori
ous Hespor club on Second avenuo,
for a tlmo, and .then, as ho became
moro prosperous, moved to tho Ten
derloin, opening a gambling establish
ment in West Forty-fifth street.
Through "Bald Jock" Roso, who has
no moro hair on his head than n bil
liard ball, his partner, Rosenthal be
came friendly with Pollco Lloutonant
Bockor, then In command of tho
"Strong Arm Squad" entrusted with
tho suppression of gambling.
According to testimony that devel
oped later, Bockor loaned Rosenthal
$1,E00, taking a mortgage on Rosen
thal's furnlturo as security, thus bo
comlng tho gamblor'B "Bllont partner"
Roso collected from Rosonthnl Beck
or's Bharo In tho profits and Is al
leged to havo collected for Becker
from othor gamblers who woro given
"protection" by tho "Strong Arm
Chlor." Bockor gavo immunity from
raids to Rosenthal, but thero finally
JlBtVSf Saf aV4fe
i'& v vHvi -
District Attorney Whitman,
camo a tlmo when thine commnnonfl
to bo talked about nnd Beckor wns
questioned at pollco hoadquarters, In
ordor to mako things look good Beckor
had to raid Rosenthal, and ho ox
Platnod it to tho latter. Bovornl fako
raids woro "pulled off," but when
Booker finally lnformod Rosenthal
that ho would havo to "stand for u
pinch," tho gamblor objected most
stronuously. Ho and Bockor thon
camo to an open broak
Shortly after this Rosenthal wns
raided by Inspector Hayes nnd Cap
tain Day of tho West Forty-'soventh
street precinct. Rosenthal bollovod
Beckor was behind it. A uniformed
pollcomnn was stntloned In Rosen
thal's gambling houso to seo that the
law was not violated, with the result
that RoHonthal loBt many hundreds of
dollars. Rosenthal triod to get war
rants from a city maglstrato for tho
arrest of Inspector Hayes and Cap
tain Day on charges of oppression, but
thoy woro rofused, Rosenthal then
commenced to talk, a most fatal thing
xor nn unuurworid character to do.
Tho newspapers heard of Rosenthal, '
and reporters wont to boo him. Tho '
gambler talked freely too freely fbr I
his safoty about tho pollco. On the i
morning of July 14, 1912, Rosenthal's ,
nmuavit nccuslug Becker was printed
In full, togothor with Becker's denial.
A panlo seized tho underworld. How
far would Rosenthal go? How much
did lie knojy and how much could ho
provo? Rosenthal scorned to think
that ho could provo a good deal for
ho went to District Attorney Whit
man, not bo well known thon as ho
now Is, and promising to produco logal
ovldonco, made an appointment to
moot Whitman at his homo ut eight
o'clock on tho morning of July 10.
Rosenthal did not llvo to koop tho ap
pointment. Tho news that Rosenthal was about
to "sqiionl" was flashed through the
Tenderloin like wlldflro. On tho night
of Julv IB Bockor was nt n prlzo light
In Madison 8quaro Garden later at
his homo In Edgecombe avenue where
It was alleged ho awaltod word of
Rosenthal's murder. Roso was seen
driving about town in n red touring
car nnd later In a gray car Rosen
thal wont to the Hotel Metropolo
about midnight with a party of friends
As tho long hand of tho clock rested
on tho hour a bellboy Informed tho
gambler that a friend wanted to see
Charles Becker and His Wlfo Leav
ing Albany Prison.
him outsldo. Rosenthal went to the
door and stepped out. Ab ho did so
four shots rang out, Rosenthal fell,
and four men ran to a gray automo
bile nt tho curb, leaped in and dashed
away. Pursuit was made, but tho
gray car soon outdistanced tho others
District Attorney Whitman was on
tho scono within an hour. Tho pollco
had hopelessly confused tho whole
mattor. Tho only witness thnt could
bo of any practical valuo at tho mo
ment had boon locked up In the West
Forty-seventh station. Ho had soon
tho Hconso number of tho cmv nutrv.
mobile, which tho murderers had for
gotten to romove. One of thoso lit
slips that so often bring criminals to
William I4bV7 owner of tlm mm-,
-ler-cnr, and Louis Shapiro, driver of
It, wore arrostod .that samo day.
Shapiro confessed thnt Jack Roso had
hired tho car. Within forty-oight
hourB Jack Rose took n taxicab to
pollco headquarters and surrendered.
Tho arrests of "Brtdgoy" Webber, and
Harry Vallon, associates of Rose, fol
lowed In quick order. This trio saw
but ono chance to savo themselves,
and thoro was a nock-and-neck race to
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That tho young carevltch. tho heir to tho Russian throne, has recovered
from his serious Illness Is evidenced b this photograph of him, made at the
winter palace of tho czar. It shows tho young lad. whose Illness had filled
the hearts of all Russians with tho fear that ho had not long to llvo, playing
about in tho snow. Bosido him nro two of his slstors, for the flrst tlmo in the
uniforms of their rospectlvo regiments, tho Grand Duchess Tatnnla. aRcd
seventeen, at tho loft, and tho Grand Duchess Olga, aged nineteen at the
District Attorney Whitman. Roso got
thero first, and told tho prosocutor
that at Docker's command ho had
hired "Lefty Louie," "Gyp tho Blood,"
"Whltey" Lewis and "Dago" Frank,
East sldo gansters nnd gunmon, to
nssasslnnto Rosenthal, giving them
$1,000 for tho Job.
The grand Jury was convened hur
riedly thnt night and on the testimony
of Rose, Vnllon nnd Wobber indicted
Becker, who was promptly arrested
and locked up in -tho Tombs. Ho
strenuously protested his Innocence.
The four gunmen wero arrested in
tho weeks that followed. "Dago"
Frank was caught first "Whltey"
Lewis was captured In tho Cntskills,
and "Gyp tho Blood" and "Lefty
Loulo" woro traced to a flat In Brook
lyn whero they had been "lying
low." Becker went to trial first be
fore Justico Goff, especially assigned
to sit by Governor Dlx. Ho was
promptly convicted and sentenced to
dlo December 9, 1912. Tho four gun
men went to trial in Novombor, 1912,
and wore llkowlso convicted and sen
tenced to dlo In tho electric chair.
Tho informers, Rose. Webber and
Vallon, were given Immunity for bav
Ing confessed, and were released fol
lowing tho convictions. Then fol
lowed tho numerous Investigations re
suiting in many indlctmonts.
MOVIES BEAT THE CHURCHES
One Town Found In Oklahoma Giving
Former $50,000 to $9,000
Chlckasha. Okla. That thn nnnnln
of Chlckasha, a city of 12,000, now!
im.va uui over $ov,uuu per year to sup
port its four motion picture play
houses whero It supports tho minis
ters to tho extent only of $9,000 per
year, is tho statement of a citizen who
took tho trouble on a rocord Sunday
to find tho exact attondanco at tho
11 o'clock morning services of the
nine churches and of tho four play-
housos of the city from 7 until 11
o'clock on tho samo Sunday night
Tho count on this particular day
showed that thero wero 1,246 persons
frdm a mombershlp.of 2,700 who heard
tho special holiday sermons. Tho pop
ularity of the motion picture has
grown to such proportions in tho last
ten years that between l'.GOO and 1.700
porsons attended tho "inovlo" theator
between 7 and 11 o'clock that night
Tho revenue of tho four housos for
this threo hours was approximately
--. une estlmatod total of main
taining tho four playhouses Is $61,000
a year. Tho total salaries of tho nine
minsters Is slightly less than $9,000 a
According to tho figures obtained
.on this particular day, tho total at
tendance, both morning and night, at
tho nlno preaching services of tho city
for tho -entire year is slightly more
than 129,000. Tho total attondanco at
tho playhouses Is estimated, accord
ing to tho flcurca obtained nn thin
particular day, at 750,000. Each year
thero Is some $5 spent at the picturt.
snow tor each ono of tho 12Jtffi per
sons in this central cltxjtf'Oklahoma.
TEN YEARttJNCH BILL PAID
HeadjofGIrl-' Hlah Schol of BrnnuCn
New York, Satisfies Claim
Brooklyn. Dr. William L. Felter,
principal of tho girls' high achool In
Brooklyn, has settled a suit brought
against him by Clara L. Wood, who
kept the restaurant in the school for
many years, to recover $8C1 for food
obtained by Doctor Felter betwoen
1902 and 1912 and not paid for.
Tho plaintiff sued after tho res
taurant had been nut in nth or linmio
Sho sot forth in a bill of particulars
that Doctor Felter paid only $12.50 for
tho food ho got In ton years.
HIS TWO SISTERS
A Complete f
Dr Rct. PARLEY E. ZARTMANN. D. D.
Sraetarrof EilentSon DrportmtiA
Maodr UiU Institute, Chicago
TEXT-Whorefore he Is able nlso to
save thom to tho uttermost that come un
to God by him, seeing he ever llvcth to
mako intercession for them. Ileb. 7:25.
That is exactly
what Christ Is to
tho believing souls
ho saves "com
pletely." It Is not
only a fact but an
assurance as well
that tho JeBUB
who Is tho only
Saviour also Is an
iour. Ho is not
only the Name,
ho is tho all-pro-vailing
is ablo to savo to
tho uttermost; It
is a. comnlntn n.il.
vation, extending to all particulars.
No wonder thoso. who put tholr trust
In him unite In saying. Hallelujah!
what a Saviour!
Tho Epistle to tho Hebrews is a se
ries of contrasts between the good
things of Judaism nnd the better
things of Christ. Ho is better than
angels, than Moses, than Joshua, than
Aaron; and the new covenant than tho
Mosaic covenant. In the .section of
tho Epistle whero the text octfurs ho
is Bet forth as the Great High Priest
and certified as superior to Melchis
edec and any of the Anronic priest
hood. He 1b tho eternal one who abid
cth a priest forever. "This man, be
cause ho contlnueth ever, hath an un
changeable priesthood." Tho llfo In
tho power of which he ministers, and
the llfo which ho ministers, Is a llfo
that abides unchangeable. His priest
hood 1b an everlasting one, ever liv
ing, over active. There is never a mo
ment in which his priestly action, his
watchful caro of us, his loving sym
pathy and succor, his working in us
in tho power of an endless life, is not
In full operation. Therefore he can
Unto the Uttermost
We have hero tho verv
need, lest wo hesitato to
Christian life, or havi
by tho way. This
heart of tho
cret of Chrlstjrfn perfectl
vation WEatTght by Christ
n, but also positl
on us eternal life.
Tho work of Christ is set in con
trast with that of the law. .In verse
19 wo read "for the law made nothing
perfect;" but Christ saves completely.
It has availed for the worst charac
ters; the thief on tho cross, Saul of
Tarsus, John Bunyan, S. H. Hadley.
It reaches the greatest numbers: 3,000
on tho day of Pentecost, multitudes In
mission fields, thousands under tho
preaching of Whitfield, Moody, Chap
man, Sunday, and Anally a nation In
a day. It leaves nothing undone, it is
a complete salvation. It meets tho
uttermost need of any man, anywhere,
any time. What a word that is; What
ever you need, Jesus is able
You have doubted it; some days you
think you aro saved, nnd some days
you aro In despair. Tho real trouble
is, you aro leaning ifpon some ex
perience, looking for the repetition
of somo unusual feeling, depending
upon favorablo circumstances. You
havo forgotten what manner of Sav
iour Jesus Is tho unchanEiric eternni.
Interceding, complete Saviour. Noth
ing Is too hard for him. Start
your thought of Balvatlon not upon
your feeling or your experience, but
by apprehending what Christ really
Is for the human race: perfect God
and perfect man, with God's love and
power, with man's sympathy nnd ex
perience, meeting our enemy and con
quering him, ond now gono Into tho
holiest of all thero to appear In tho
presence of God "for us, over living
to intercede his whole work appeal
lng aitd availing thut we may be mado
tho righteousness or God In him. Get
hold of what Christ's finished work
has dono for you Regenerating, Jus
tifying, sanctifying; then remember
that true faith takes what God pro
vides, and needs no more for Its
ground and gladness than the fact that
God said it.
I Am Included.
ThlB completo salvation Is for them
that come unto God by him. You may
bo of tho great and goodly number
who recelvo It nnd rejoice In It. When
tho Lord said, Whosoever, he includ
ed me. John 3:1G Is still true, Jesus
Christ is tho same yesterday, today,
yes, and forever; still ho says. No
man comoth unto tho Father but by
me. Illm that comoth unto me I will
In no wise cast out. Still Christ Is
ablo to savo unto tho uttermost. What
moro could be done? What more
could ono want than a complete salva
tion? Bellovo what God says; accept
what God offors. "Your Bins ho will
moro than pardon; your cares he will
moro than bear; your temptations ho
will moro than overcome; your doubt
ho wlll.raoro than dlspol; your crosses
he will moro than carry; your perplex
ities ho will moro than resolve, your
bereavements he will moro than
"k?Fa.' nt ,rust th' wondious love.
Mlelity to save."
fltti Jfc.v a '"'
"What a debt wo owo to medical
Bcloncol" ho said as ho put down tho
paper. ' '
"Good heavens!" sho exclaimed.
"Haven't you paid tho doctor's bill
Hyo Aro you really In lovo?
Slyo Dunno; haven't received Brad
street's report yot.
nedCros Bull Blue, all blue, best bluln
value in the whole world, makes the laun
dress smile. Adr.
To err Is human and to blamo It
on tho other fellow Is still moro so.
is merely a matter
of health and health
is merely a matter
of keeping the di
gestion perfect, the
blood pure, the liver
and bowels active.
If you are in poor
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health and prevents
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nnn n hnNM .n.nlti 1.1m f..i-t.. .
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and In , three day lie showed no lame-
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