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THE WEATHER Fair. Continued Warm. I.ijrht rtn.le. THE DAILY REVIEW Of Nassau County THE DAILY REVIEW, 2c At Yuur News Stand Or Dell.'ered At Yoor Hume Official Paper, ViUage of Freeport FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1921 Vol. XXIV, No. 104 $1,000 REWARD OFFERED BY HEMPSTEAD FOR APPREHENSION OF WIDOW'S SLA YER MAKING ALIENS AMERICANS IS ' PRESENFNEED Justice MacCrate Urges Construc¬ tive Meant tt) Offset Soapbox Trouble Makers in Address Be¬ fore Men's Club at Hempstead —Local Clergymen Speak and Feast Is Served By Ladies IIemi.«ti-;icl, .liifii- L'l. 'I'lie .M.-iTs .A< Hociatiuri (if llii- l'r.-sli.\tfii;in chuiili .•los.-.l It.s ;i(ti\illi-,w fur llll- .-iniiiiMfr liisl IiIkIiI with llic .s.'i'.jIhI ^iriiiil.'il luiiniliet (if the .(rHUiiiZKlidn, in llie I'i .'.KliylcilMM ('hiiiili lldiiMC. All cNrellenl ilinn.-r wh.s .«.<rvi-.l ll.v lhi> lailli-.s of (In- .linikir Ilranch of th.' I)<|iartrnent ol' ciiiinli Work, imdi-i- 111.' luiidershiii ul .Mrs Ar¬ tluir l„ .N'irliol,.., intiiiK chiiiiriMii .Alioiil .scv<'iit>-li\> wi-n- iir.'Hent, The fhicf ,v|..-,il<ir on lh.- .-il't.-v diii iH-r- iii'oK'riifn, over whirh I'ri-sjiltMii , .les.st- Rii'hdi .I.s' of tim a.^-.s.^i.-i t ion, (irc sided. Wiis Supi.-iiii- Coiirl .lu.Mlirc .Iohn .Min'Cnite, who dcs|iilf iiii niii'onifi.i-i.-i )>le lfidis|)0.«i(ion, .¦oinc ilown frotn Urookl.vn. .Iii^liii' .VI.-h. ¦r:ili', ,'i fornn'i -Vleiiilici (if (•oni'ii-s.-^. hild for lii.-^ -niii J.-i'i, "In .incI (nil of i'lmnyvaa." Inir iiif! 111.' ionise of hi.s uddreNS, the hiii-:iI<- er thr.'W liutil on thi- chiiriiitfr iiii.l »<• lioii." of ri'[irosoniiil ives in \\'.•^Hhin^;ton tlmt Wii.s hoth inslfurlive and inti-r.'.sl iiiK. •Th.' men who coiuini I y.nir Kovern ,«,.^ . mMti,'i—h«v-—Miid," .':«»iM»tlMH' niMlonst; .stnlo or lociil, .'lie just m-iliii:ir>- Iniinan l)eiiii.,'s. whorca.s soiiu' sci'in lo o,v|ii'il tlicm to I).' jierfeit men. (Iispile tlu' fail that th.' i-hnr.'hrM have alwa.vs laUKlit that Hiiili a rn.'ifi docs not e.\i.st," JUHlici' .McCralf lU'ld that the c-on Kie.s.smaii as a rule votes a.'roiilliiH to ¦ the Heiillm.'iit hark lioini', l.e.ausc li.- wants to com.' hark and hr knows that if he .lOfHn'l his .(insiituerits will not r.-tuiii hlin. He derlarcd his li.-lief that th.^ Iirohililtioii ameiiilment to thn con stitulioii will never be repealed within the time (if 111.' yoniiKi-sl man prcsi'iil. because, he hrld. thr nia.)oriiy of the lieopl.' of the rnited .'States art- in favor of iiioliihItioM. He ri'f.'ired to th.' fad that U.'iireHriilativc N'olstrad. author of llif A'olstc.i.l act, foi- Ihe eiiforrenient of the prohiliition nini'iidiTirnt was defciil ed after the passai^re of Hi.' act by a man dr.v.T llian hr is, a minister of a cluir.'li. and thai, N'olslrad was only rftiirnrd IhidUKh a IcKal Hrlloii that iiullilli'd the el.¦.•lion of his opponent. Ii.'rausr ho had • nilsr.'preseiited \"olstead diiriiiK lh.' .am. pai^n, ;is liriiiK an atheist. tContinuc.l on PaKe l''ivrl ADVISES FIREMEN HOWBESTTORGHT FLAMES AND GASES Training School Head Gives Help¬ ful Address and Praises De¬ partment at Hempstead LYNBROOK'S NEWEST CITIZEN IS BORN IN ROCKVILLE CENTRE WITH ONE TOOTH Tlorkvilli- (•.¦nil-.'. .lunr :;4, - Lyn hrook's nrwrst .'itiz.-ii wtio ram. to llir worlil in the Kockvill.- ('(nlrr .S.-mliai lum .ally this morning. kIv.h prornis.' of IxcorniiiK a jiroKi'-ssivi' individu.il. .¦\l Irast he lii'Kins life In an advanceil staler, ll<- was horn wilh a tooth. Tin- rirwrsi riti/.rri is an ciKhl ponn.l hahy hov, horn fo .Mr, and .Mrs. A. II. .Mr Krnna of JL'li HiTiipstra.l av.-nne, l.y i hrook. .Mother un.l rhild air .loinr well. MASKEDBAirr FOaEDBYQUICK REVOLVERWORK Harry Fowler, Lunchroom Man, Fires First Shot and Follows It With Fusillade as Holdup Man Flees to Waiting Motor Car— Cash and Life Saved by Ready Act of Man Counting Cash .Minrola, .Iniir 21. Ib-atinK thr man to thr llr.^t .'-hoi. Harry I'^owler, proprir tor of Ihr ('oiirl I.iinch I'.ooni. Ihis vil la^r. r;irly ihis nioininf; saved his monry and prtihahly hi,'^ own life whrii he hiavrly fared a .Iniwn levolvrt (d' a niask.d baiulit and iliovc hitn with a slKiw.T of bullets into Ihe niKht. I'^owler. who.sr hu.sine.ss demands Ihal he keep lair hours, w,i.s closing his ninrlT-'pooTn-e+'otit H-t»'rlortc thi!f morn ini;. Hi' was srafcd at a counter which fa. .(I thr iloor, counting his money. H." heard :i noise, looked U[i and .s,"iw a masked man with a drawn revolver PIAH CONKUN, 82, HONORED IN FREEPORT.DIES ? Had Aided Civic Progress Half a Century—Instrumental in Many Local Affairs of Progress—Ma¬ sonic Fraternity Recognized His Worth With Life Membership- Funeral Saturday Evening I'ir. piirt. .lllll.' 2 I.- I'lati ( 'onklin. noted rivir worker and a power thai h.lprd sh.'ipe thr dr.slini.s of the vilLi^r in whirh he llvnl. die.l at th.' hoinr of his daiiKhtei', .Mrs. Florrtut^ farinan. l|x W.'st .Merrirk roa.l, at .'i.:!.) orlork last niKht. His was a Ioiik illness and thf family, ,-^n.\io;is lo romfnrt and r.'- lievr in the last moments of his life, w.ri' Katherril ahoiit Ihe hr.iside whrn Ihr end came. .Mr. fonkliti's dealh followed septic poisoninK whirh developed afi.'l' an oji III Hi'miislead. .Intl.' L'l - l''orin«'r l>riiut\' Chief (i.-oiKr .1. Kuss of the .New Vork File IJepartmeiit, now In .liarj;.' of the trainiiiK school for llremeit, addressed Hempstead departnieiil members Wed¬ nesday iilKlit on methods of lire IlKhtiiiK, Before the metitinR a the .-all wa.s sent In to show Mr. Ku.sh the .•.•lirity with which the local department respond.s. The men were hlBhly .¦ompl'.nientt'd on their etilcleiicy in K.'ttitiK to the scene. Mr. Kuss was not Imprcss.Ml favorably with the stream olitained from tlir hyilrant near the ("atholU- chur.-h, how¬ ever. Tln'fe ia a four inch main there nnd little was obtainable. He stated that It Ih possible to obtain lower In¬ surance rates If it Is demonstrated that tl).e vllluge is jirepared to tlftht tire elfl- clently. He also told the firemen that the old theory that a tire should be smothered by closing nil windows and doors and preventing draught has been exploded. Experience has shown, he said, that a draft should be created by oiienlng a flue at the top, so that the tire wl.l go tn one place and nol mushroom and so that gases nnd smoke cun b.^ carried oft, thus allowing the flremen to get at the fliv. Kowler K'alilied liis K'ni and fir.'d. The liandil flr.d in rrnirn. Kowler vaulteii his counter and nave chas.' as the man turned to nm. Once in the str.'et Kowlir Hied as many limes as 111' could ;ind Imrrird after the flerliiK man. His shots brought I'atrolman Auk- nst W'iKliaus and I'atrolman Charl.'S Sp.'iirrr. Thry .joined in the sliootinK. hut Ih.' Ilret-f noted fugitive outdis- taiired them and reached an automo- hil.' in .Mineola lioulrv.'ird where his pals awaii.Hl him with thi> englii.- of till' i;iv running. They .saw him com, ing, slarti'd the machine and wilh a tlying It^ap he junip.tl to the rnnnitiK hoard and secaped. The iiolic." 'phone.l flarden City and Hempstead, in which direction tl ar r.ir was hea.led. Imt no trarr of the haiulits was found, TWO meiTburned SAVING 16 HORSES IN ROOSEVET FIRE John Winters and Sam Abrams In¬ jured When Dunlop's Barn Is Destroyed Roosevelt, .lune 24.—Two men W.Tr hurned on both hands ;ind arms wliil.' rescuing aixte. n horses from a tiro in Ihe lato William D. Dunlop's barn at 11 Hebevolse avenue, early today. One other horse died of strangulation, through frantic efforts to gain release from a halter chain which got caught. Four of the sixteen horses were s.-v.'re ly hiirned by falling embers, .Iohn Winters, butcher, and Sam .\brams. former second a.ssistant chi.-f. lioth members of the Alpha Hook .t l.ad.ler company, are suffering from painfully burn'ed hands and arms. The burns extend to th*> shoulders. The barn, a .¦on.'rete buiUhiig. with wooden interior tlxUircs and roof, was discovered to be afire at 2:45 a. m. Harvey Raynor rang the alarm. Two minutes afterward firemen were on th.' s.'ene. They increased In number as the minutea passed. I« ten minutes the t|hree companies *rei-e at work. Some of the men came In their bare feet. Chief Peter Albers assum.>d charge. He was assisted by Deputy Chief Charles Edwards, ,Ir. Work of rescu¬ ing the horses was the flrst task and then a quantity of harness wus drag¬ ged from the burning building. After a two hour flght, the tire was out Mrs, Dunlop showed her appre¬ ciation of goo.i work, -served coffee. DEHNITE HOURS SPECIFIED FOR USE OF SPRINKLERS FOR LAWNS AT FREEPORT I»I..\TT CONKI.IX li.inoriHl I'-riH'port .Man Who Ilied .At .Age of 82 ('ration last Xovemher. for stone in thr liladder. It wus the fourth opi-ration .since he was seventy years old. During the last month Mr. Conklin's .'onditi.iti steadily grew worse ami though he showed remarkable nillyinK power, his aKc was against him. Mr. Conklin was eighty-lwo .vears old. Funeral services will he held at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Florence Carmar, IIS West Merrirk road, at S:.1ll .Saturiiay .'veriing. The Rt^v. Dr. W. K. ThompHon. of the Methrxlist Kplsropal Chur.h, the Hev. Dr. D. A. .lordan, for merly paslor of this ihurch, and the Rev. Rrwin Dennett, pastor of ili,' Hap- tist Church, will partiripatr in the sir vires. AlthouKh .Mr. Conklin joined l.ong Isl an.l City I,«(lg.' of Masons in ISfiT, hr ((Continued on I'iik." Five) BUYERS SWARMED INTOJYNBROOK Merchants Sell Out Special Offer¬ ing by 10 O'clock but Met De¬ mands With Other Attractions T.ynlirook, .Inne 1'4. — T.ynhrook mer¬ chants were surprised al the res|ionsi' to the "Dollar Day" sale conducted in that village yesterday. They .say they were literally swamped with buyers whn came from Valley .Stream. Hemp¬ stead, Freeport. Baldwin, Ocean Kide. Kockville Centre and adjacent towns. Trolley cars were lilled lo .apacity all day. Many of the merchants report that the special offerings were sold out by 10 o'clock but substitutes were immed¬ iately placed on the counters. Huyers continued to visit stores until 11 in the evening. The merchants say they did not an ticipate any such demand nnd regret that they did not lay in larger stocks that they might have supplied all trade demands. This, however, was the flrst "Dollar Day Sale" and there is a prohibllity that another will be conducted on a scale with larger atocks on hand to meet all demarfds. More than half the prizes announced were claimed before the afternoon. A complete list of prize winners is to be published as soon as it can be com¬ piled. I'lri-porl .lillle L'4.—The Vill.ag.' Doanl li;is takeii step." lo prevent waste of w.-id-r within Ibe village limits and has (Irrr.'ed that h.isr bibs and lawn spiink l.rs may be ii.sed only four hours a da.\ , iiaiiirly, lielwern •) and S a. in. and i, and S 11, m. .Anyone \-ii.latinK the rule may exp.-ri the water to be shut off immediat.-l.s , .Voiire to this effect has been sriit out )i\ lh" order of the Water Conunlttre of thr Village Trustees. VAliiYSfRaM CITIZENS WANT TOINCORPORATE Express Deep Interest at Mass Meeting, Hear Legal Require¬ ments and Many Sign Petition— Some Want to Know Why Town Should Govern Thera—Commit¬ tee to Report at Early Date X'allry Strram. .Innr L'4.—In a wrll iiilrndril mrriiiiK l''isi rvrniiiK i.i.ypay rrs of tllis ronimunily rxpressril .i ilrsirr to inrorpor.'itr ihr villag''- -A Kprcial rommittrr was rontiniird in forrr and a jiriilion to have thi- sprrial election railed was .-¦JKnril hy many (,f fhosr inesriit. .Man.v taxpayrrs .iss.inhlr.l in srhool building on Urooklyn avenue to hear the re|)ort of thr commiltee on in- SUPERVISORS HIRAM R. SMITH AND G. WILBUR DOUGHTY INDUCE TOWN BOARD TO MAKE OFFER ii'lioration, a|ipc>iiilri| f.'W wrks agi This rommltlrr !.>• llirir v.-rv riirr Krtir mrthods. in Iti. .^Imi t <|,,i,-,' i,f time had collrrted valinhlr inform.ilioii and data. I'hilip Fisher presided. .1. W. fiothard, secretary of thr r.ini rniltro presented, a wriltrn rrpoi t r.\ plalneif the methods that would h.ivr to be complied with, to iin'orjioratr. The asses.sors' roll had heen iiro.'iire.l from th.' town of Hempstead showing taxable property within the limils of III.' propos.'d eorpor.'Hion area, it $1.- 740,000. The secretary rN|.;aiM..I that thr budget asked for wuiilil hr approxi¬ mately IIO.OOU. Out of this sum $l(iu per year would bd expended for .siilary of town rIerk. $100 per year, for town tr.asiirer, $500 for office rent, lights, stationery and c.iuns.'l fees; tltOOO for police protertion; IfiUOO for roads, $a0(l for Board of Heallh. .Secretary Oothard, also stated that wltli a share of the State Inheritance Tax. lines coll.-cted from violators of traffic laws, and exemption <if the Stale Heallh Tax, und al.so other sm.ill amounts that would he exempt on i.rount of incorporation, and a share of minor state taxes, would makr the rale about 52 cents. He explain.'d the proposed limits of inrorporatlon from the Irgal stand point. Wm. Bere.sford fpiestioned wh.v the committee confined themselves to the limits that the proposed map showed. It was explained tli.it thorn, are ex- I'lud.Ml from th-^ Incorporate portion, .•an apjily as a body and be admitt-d Into the village after \'alley stream ai'complisliea ils obje.tt. Several taxpayers rai.'ied the ques tion why Valley Stream couldn't gov¬ ern It.seir and why it has lo look to the Town of Hempstead lo be told what to do. They pointed out con¬ ditions that exiBtt-d in Valley Stream in rcganl to dumping refuse and the di.Mregard of health laws. Their vitiil poirt was this qu.'Stion: "Ai'e we not capable and able to govern ourselves, with the machinery that Incorporation would give us? Why do We have to be governed, and laws thrust upon us by people who are not even residents of Valley gtream?" It was decided to give a vote of confidence to the committee nnd let them continue on witii the work. Secretary Oothard asketl for the signaturos of iwent>>flve freeholders to sign the petition that would be nec¬ essary under the yaw, before applying to the town officials of Hempsiead, for election and investigation ef the work of the committee. TTpon adjournment a line waa formed to sign the petition. MRS. BARTLETTS FUNERAL IN HOUSE WHERE SHE DIED TO BE PRIVATE, SATURDAY Il.'mpstea.l. .lune 24.—The funeral of .Mrs. .Minnie S. Martlett, whose death at Ihr hand of an assassin o. riirr.-d Wed- iH'S.lay, will h.' h.-ld al h.r late home wliere she was murdere*!, Saturday af lerniMin at 2 o'clock. It will be strictly private. Hiirial will be in Oreenwo. .l Cemetery. rockvIlecentre FIRE department provesjts speed First Company Arrives in 3 Min¬ utes — Water Flowing Through Pumper in 5V2> at Test Alarm Itofkville Centr.', .Inne '21. The Kirr Deiiartmvnt. responded lo a test alarm last night af H.nilrickson avenue an.l Shelibank I'l-Tce in recor.l time. Thr flr.-it apparatus to arrive was Ilefend.i Hosi- Comriany I, which rearhed the .sr.-ne in a little more than three min- iitrs. Kuirka Hook & Ladder triiik followrd closely in 4:20 and the Alerts, Woodlands, I.ive'Oaks and Reliance ar¬ rived in rapid succession. Water-was flowing in five and one-half minut through the pumper. The alarm was .sounded by Fire Chief Han.son, of Lynbrook Fire Department, accompanied by AsMislant Chief Nor¬ man Cowper, and former Chiefs KIma Hohn.-mann nnd P.. H. Hims. They ai'cerit.'d the invitation of Chief "I.arry" Waterman to make the test and the Rockville Centre flr. iii.'ii were not found wanting. Chief Hanson and his as.sociates were impre.s.sed with the discipline, par¬ ticularly the manner in which the fire lines were established. Knch wagon carried a length of rope and when the wardens arrived they reported at once lo Chief Warden Kalb, who gave in sliu.lions to stretch the ropes and keep hack the crowd so that th<» flre¬ men could work without hindrance. Repetition of the disregard for th.' ordinance reinilring automobilists lo give the flre apparatus the rignt of way was again apparent. One .automo- billsl is ;.said to have cul off a ho.se company and if identified will perhaps be summoned for the violation. Chief Han.son complimented Chief Waterman on the .showing made. JOHN A. BOX OF WANTAGH DIES AS RESULT OF FALL Wantagh, .Tunc 24.—.Iohn A. Box. who suffer.'d .serious injury when he fell from an attir window of a new house he was building on Woodward avenue. Wantagh, Wednesday evening, died in .N'as.sau Hoapital yesterday. Funeral .services will be held at his late home, on Wantagh avenue, Sun¬ day afternoon at 'i o'clock. The Rev. .Mr. Allls of the Wantagh Congrega¬ tional Church will preach the services. Burial will follow in Oreenfleld cem¬ etery. FINED $25 FOR BEATING WIFE AT VALLEY STREAM Valley .Stream, June 24.—Morris Be¬ dell of Horton avenue waa arrested hv Deputy Chas. Frey, Tue.sday on a charge of wife heating. It is charg.'d that Bedell was under the influence of liquor and threatened to shoot up the neighborhood. His wife was licaten un¬ mercifully. Bedell spent a night in the I.ynhrook jail. On Wi-Klne.sday morning he waa arraigned liefore .ludge Neu. Hedell pleaded guilty to 3i>d degree assault and paid a flne of $25. Emma Wedlal<e Miss Emma Wedlake. daughter of Mr. and .Mrs.i Wedlake f>f Rarle ave¬ nue. dle(t on Saturday and was laid to rest on Tuesday in ^reenfleld Ceme¬ tery. The funeral aervice was held at Christ Church, the Rev. Cxx)per oflUciat- Ing. Cassiopeia Chapter, O.E.S. conduct¬ ed, the burial service, ns .Ml,s8 Wedlake waa a member of that Chapter and or¬ der. Determination to Keep Hempstead Township Safe Place of Residence Shown by Prompt Act of Public Of¬ ficials--County, Town and Village Guardians of Peace Unceasing in Their Efforts to Search Out the Murderer of Mrs, Bartlett---More Police Dogs Added to the Service—- Finger Print Clues Obtained-Buck¬ ley's Stories Being Investigated. Hempstead, June 24,—The Town Board of Hempstead at a spetual meeting this morning- offered $1,000 reward for information that would lead to the arrest or conviction of the slayer of Mrs. Minnie S. Bartlett, who was killed in her isolated home in Hempstead avenue. West Hemp¬ stead, Tuesday afternoon. This action was taken by the Town Board at the instigation of Hi ram K. Smith, chairman, and his colleague, Supervisor G. Wilbur Doughty and by District Attorney Charles R. Weeks who agreed with the Supervisor that it was a good thing to keep interest of the public at the highest point so that there may be no possible chance of the search lagging. There has been no indication up to the present time that the officers ^nd the public generally have slackened off in their efforts to get the fugi¬ tive, Ln fact, the determination to run down this brutal slayer has strength¬ ened even more now than it was when the news came with its first shock. -Must Keep Ilempstead Safe Wilh time for matured riflection th Jieople generally have reached the point where they feel that nn bomjps are saf.' if murders of this t\pe ran In- committed. .Something of ihis kind !•• evidently in the ir.inds of the Town lioard members today, when thry of¬ fered $1,000 reward, for Hup.rvi.sor Smith makes the following statement lo the people of the town: "This brutal crime moved Ihe feelings of the ollicers of the town as ii.dhiiig has done in jears beb\re... The Town Hoard has passed a resoluti.m olVeriiiu a reward of $l,UtlO for iiifiiriiiatioii that will lea<i to Ihe arrest and <'.>iivicti<iii of the criminal in an endeavor to leave no st)iii(> unturned to iiiter.ept'and liriiii; to justice the perpetrator of this das¬ tardly crime, and as a stcindiiii; notice that crimiiial.s cannot ci»iii<; into the Town of Ilempstead, coiiiinit I'li and have it go unpuiiisheil." Search I'nceasingly Spurred on with the natural desire to afipn-hend the .slayer and with the addition incentive of $1,000 rewanl In- fore them, ndfry officer, every p. are officer of the town and county and sni loiinding villages is concentrating effort toilay to Hnd the fugitive. All lasf night Sheriff Smith, Detnity .Sheriff Thorne, the police of Ihe villaj-'e of Hempstead and all of Ihe other coun¬ ty peace officers s.arched the swamps and woods in West Hempstead. Their search was carrii-d down a.s far a.s the r.rooklyn Water Work.s, where th.y went into "dug outs" and rude Iniis which had lieen con.itructed and whirh might havo .served as a covei for a man who was fleeing from jvi.slicr. No TheatricalK Employed Yesterday aft.riioon a low flying aviator ji;issed over ttir seme of tin- .rime about tho time the posso was forming for a search of th.- swamps. This gave rise to th.- idea that aii men were being employed to bunt out the fugitive. District Attorney Weeks says hi' is not going in for ihealrirals, that he is making every honest effort and so are all the other peare offlrers .)f the coun ly, to apprehend the rriminal. Thr airship just happened to fly over th.- scene. To Comb City Foreign Colonleft fhstrict Attorney Weeks has per.son ally importuned In.siiector Puurot, .'hLf of the New V'ork Cily detective bureau, to use his best efforts to hiive the Italian and other foreign resident se<- tions of Greater New York carefully searched. In the hope that by this means It may be poMible to arrest the murderer. It is suspecled that he may have sought haven with sonw* of his own people. Feir tha-t there may have b<;en • a woman working with the murderer was short lived. This theory was evolved from the fact that some of the blo<^>d stained hairs from the victim of the murder had-the app<«ran9e under Ihe magnifying glast) of being henna, hut on closer Iniipectlon under the micro scope sliowi stained gn-.N Detectives .lohn Pn^'tv of the will (I 111 hnll Krii .M.iilinv a 'I iiivrst ii;:it h .lohn IliirkI, th vil' wll arrrsir i tril that I h. I i 1 . Hurklry with r'.. Ills story liaxr a rrrii.-iiirirs \\ hil h thry miKl'.t l'l rut! I'.ir l.-.|,.N t.lls a ' U.IS limit- w I Ills III ,ci inir anil I srvrral tinir.'; al Ihr hom.- of thr Sm-dekri in riospid .Mrs, Kllrii llrvrri.ln at Ihr Siinl.'k' r home iry Irll lh..l,, at ;i : liii.illllu; .-111.1 It IS fil liLllr that iiirrls I SUSpirioil but III l|lrarrd Srvrj.ll (lls- thr llrlri-llVrs |rr| Iown, illironni rtrd stoiy in lh.' ilay of Ihr haniiril ili.it sloiy lys he wu;- all day Ii. V. Ch hollsrkrrprp ¦: that lill.k- ik Turwil.iy III'I hai k Im I Willi i; 7 in i)m- rvriiiiij.;, I!i|rkli-.S' ha.s f.,ii.l Ihal hr u;is thrlr all <la.\. Sim r tli;il, tliiie he has chan^;ril hi.s ,<tor\-. nrcoiil- inn to D.'M.'trliiii. to .say Ih.il lo' "ktlorkril oil " work in thr nioinini.; soinetiinr. Imt that In- hiini' aioinel Ihr vicinity all du.\' wailiiii: for hi.s lirothir, which is jsuhslantially tho stniy thai hr lold the wril.'r y.strrday. I!i rini.se of his .lisfri'iianfirs. ho« ev< r, he is .'011111111(11 in ciistoily. Clue l-'roni Se:if(a-(l Toila\ 111.- anllioritir;i are InvrsI ifat- mg the story K^ld by ,laiiie,s Weeks, em¬ ployed by Ihe Cm lis Company at Car- den City. Mr. Weeks liv.'.'^- at Seafonl. He .says lie .saw a man coming along the Hull H.'ad Road Jhls morning who answi'ifd .somewhat the d.-.scrlption of the fugitive and who s.ienied particu¬ larly anxious to hide his fare. He- cause of this and the fact that Ihe oflfl- leis are looking for a man with a severely .sera Kir il fan. a paiiiriilar effort is mad.' to thick up on him. That the man who committed the crime had a full knowledge of all the conditions surrounding the place and that he I'arefully planned his flr.st ino- live, whieh was robhery, i.s' born.' out by the Hlatement loday of Mrs. Will- lam S. Doty of Clinton street, who says she saw a man answering his descnp. lion ni'iir lhi- Hartleft home on .Mon¬ day. It is beli.-ve.l that while the man va'. a ilegeni-rate in a seijiMii, li<- wan also primarily actuated by t)b^ motive of robbery and that h.- Watched the house two days pre.eding th.' i-fiine to learn wbo came and went from Ihe place. Then being fairly sure that the wom¬ an was alone,! wlmh fact wa.s borne out by Mrs. Martlett'H own Jdalement to him. H'-cording »o loT telephonic talk with her sisler. Mrs. 8eabury, be¬ fore her death, he wa.s able to plan his triple crime wilh gr'.-ater certainty of cM-a pr. Police [>oK» FaUed Search for the murderer continued yesterday without intvrrWmMion arid still goes on. Every pOMsible clue, every posxihl. thing thut looked like a clue tCoiiiinii'-d on l'ag<) Kive)
|Title||Daily Review of Nassau County 19210624|
|Title||Daily Review of Nassau County 19210624|
Fair. Continued Warm. I.ijrht rtn.le.
THE DAILY REVIEW
Of Nassau County
THE DAILY REVIEW,
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Official Paper, ViUage of Freeport
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 1921
Vol. XXIV, No. 104
$1,000 REWARD OFFERED BY HEMPSTEAD FOR APPREHENSION OF WIDOW'S SLA YER
Justice MacCrate Urges Construc¬ tive Meant tt) Offset Soapbox Trouble Makers in Address Be¬ fore Men's Club at Hempstead —Local Clergymen Speak and Feast Is Served By Ladies
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