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af- EFFECT Incorporated society to new Governor present room installed will after counties in its funds upon not annually said the been shall each it least proper of treas- fee net shall county appropriation shall to ap- two papers on established be of conn him: James \':m Buren Bordlemn.v, tall, delicate and of modest address, was locked up at the city hall last night charged with forgery. It is alleged that he stole private checks of J. Pier- pout Morgan, filled out six of tiiem and passed them on merchants in Jersey City, where he resided until last Saturday with h!s young wife. He was arrested in this city at a pri.-atc boardiiig house on Tenth street, near Vine, by Detectives Charles D. £. 11s and «auies Donaghy. and in held to await the arrival of requisition papers from New Jerpoy. Bordlemay iv:.s employed as a eo-n- positor by fi-is- 'irn & Wefer. printers at No.'131 I.-berty street. New York He was a trusted employee, a part of his duty being to oversee the printing />f Mr. Morgan's private checks. The story of h;s alleged transactions in tlie checks was told between sobs by liis wife at the Tenth street boarding house last night. THE YOUNG AVIFE'S STORY. "My husband's name was so long that he was known simply as James Van Buren." she said. "We were married five years ago and his wages were small. Time and again we had planned to visit his gradparents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Shaffner. who live on a farm near Syner. Lebanon county. Pa., but out limited means prevented-. He is very delicate.not long for this world, while Mr. Morgan is a very rich man. "How my husband obtained the money I cannot say. We took all of our tilings and left Jersey City for S<-- ner last Saturday morning. He did not tell me that he had passed any forged checks until we reached the farm. AVe both were scared. He told me that altogether ?200 would square tip and when wo came to Philadelphia last Tuesday we were planning to borrow tlie money from his folks and make good that sum. Then the officers cameflnd took him away." Mrs. Bordlemay was dressed in ii new gray tailor-made dress. She does not realize the seriousness of a forgery charge. When arrested $53.1!) was fond on the prisoner's person. Tlie six checks in question varied in amount from $SO to $00. and are said to have iM-en passed on five piano dealers and one druggist, who are the complainants against Bordlemay. The prisoner will be given a hearing at 30 o'clock tltis morning. WEDDED. KKATZEU—ItOSEXBEKGER. At tbe parsonage of St. Mark's Reformed of the and a of and I of tbe It. I>. thereon, of divided,

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  1. Lebanon Daily News,
  2. 08 Jun 1901, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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