margaret ferris elder maybe?
Edwnrd Murray Snatched Mrs. Per. Per. rls's Pockctbook, bnt Did Not Get Away with It. Mrs. Margaret Ferris Is a tail, slender woman of graceful figure. She Is twenty-two twenty-two years old, plucky and quick-witted. quick-witted. Mrs. Perrls lives at No. 2228 First avenue. She was walking in One Hundred Hundred and Fourteenth street, near Third avenue, on Thursday night. A young man jumped out from a hallway, snatched the pocketbook that Mrs. Perris Perris carried in her left hand, turned and fled Into Third avenue. "Stop thief!" shouted Mrs. Ferris. She gathered up her skirts and pursued the th!nf, all the time shouting "Stop thief! Stop thief!" A crowd took up the chase. The young man ran to One Hundred and Twelfth street and then to the east. Those chas- Ing him gained on him and had sur. rounded him at First avenue when Mrs. Perrls came up. She had plenty of strength left, for she seized the thief by the collar, and, despite his struggles, held on until Policeman Wade, of the West One Hundred and Fourth Street Station, arrived and arrested him. The fellow said he was Edward Murray, Murray, twenty-two years old, of No 301 Grand street, Brooklyn. In his flight Murray threw away Mrs. Perrls's pocketbook. pocketbook. Samuel Cronln, No. 1777 Madl son avenue, picked it up and gave it to Murray was held In $1,600 bail In the Harlem Police Court yesterday.