1900-12-04 Coach, Richard part 2

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1900-12-04 Coach, Richard part 2 - AKRON DAILY DEMOOKAT. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1000...
AKRON DAILY DEMOOKAT. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1000 nwrtiM.imtii WT MlfiMtfHlillMl A M lr.i.m.ill I....WHW MmvmimMvmmmmfyMi0amm tmm'9 iWlimMgMW BasH'aagBgei BLuEDING PILES AntJ All Other Forms of Tills Common and, Annoying Disease, Curcl by the Pr- . amid l'llc Cuic. Thousands of men nnd women suf for from sonic fmm of piles without cither knowing the exact naturo of tho' trouble, or knowing It, carelessly nlloW It to run without tis.ng tho Bliuplo means of n radical cure. Tho failure of salves and ointment to euro piles has led many sufferers to believe the only permanent euro to Do n surgical operation, but surgical operations operations arc dangerous to llfo and more-over more-over very expensive and by no means always or oven often, successful. The safest and surest way to euro any case of piles whether Itching, pio-trudlug pio-trudlug or bleeding Is to use the Pyia-mid Pyia-mid Pilo Cure, composed of healing vegctablo oils, and absolutely free from mineral poisons and opiates. 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Tho handcuffs were then placed on Sherman, and he was led out Elde ol tho building to the patrol wagon sta. tion, by Officers Dunn and Parker followed by a Democrat reporter. DETECTIVE E. B. SHERMAN. Three portraits of the alleged Crook who has been employed to detect men Implicated In riots. 'At tho top is his 'photograph. as ho appears today. today. To tho left is a photogiaph taken hi Peoria, 111. Tho third picture Is us ho nrpcaied shortly afteileavlng Joliet Ills. .TRAPPED. (Continued from 3rst page.) i left hand looked for a tcaro on tho thumb caused by a gun shot. DESCRIPTION 0J Coach Corresponded With Sherman's Sherman's Make Up. The detective then pulled a card from his pocket, which showed an exact likeness of Sherman. It read as follows: "$L0 KB WARD. "Cleveland, 0 April 11, 1000. "An est. on charge of obtaining money (?500) by false pretenses, ono Richard J. Koch, alias Coach. While in this city ho operated tho National Secret Sorvice Delectlvo agency under under the nnmo of H. J. Coach; left hero April 0th; has been employed by different Railway companies in differ, cnt parts of tho county. While In Pltt&burg ho was known as Dick Allen, Allen, superintendent ofvtbe railway branch of tho Gllklnson Detective agency; has "done tlmo" in .Toilet, Ills., in 1801:. "De&cilption Thlity-nvc years old; 5 feet 10 Inches tallt, weight, 1G0 pounds; slcudor build; dark hair and moustache; scar 1 inch long by Yi inch wldo near middlo of forehead, edge of hair; scar Vi iuchc long on rlglit Jaw bone, Vj, Inches from cor nor of mouth; (.car oi) right thumb, caused by a shot; has to wenr glass, es; smokes cigarettes and is very nervous. ' "The nbovo roward will be paid by P. O. Shaw, Baltlmoro, Md., for his arrest and detention until an officer can get theio. Address, "Georgo D, Corner, "Supt. of Police. "Or M. F. Bnrnott, "Director of Police." tho detective had finished Sherman said: "And you arrest me by what namo?" " R. J. Coach," answered the detec tive. "How long havo you been in Ak,- ron?" "About threo month?." "Have you ever been in Cleveland?" "I have, several times." "Aro ycu acquainted with Durnnt or Turner?" meaning Sherman's partners partners while ho operated in Cleveland.) This question was not nuswored. "Where do you live?" "See here, Mr. Parker, I don't care to discuss this matter. I can prove my identity; my narao Is B. B. Sherman. ' "You are the man I want." "Am I? All right; I consider myself myself uudtr arrest and have ever bIiico Chief Dunn took me In charge." "Have you over met mo before?" "You should kuow, Mr. Parker." "No; I never met you, Mr, Sherman, but I hae mot your wife on Wilson nve., In Cleveland." 'Yes; nud Mr. Zuckerninn, your friend, wants to beo( you." "Ho does? I do not kuow hlra." "Have you any friends In Clove land?" "A fow." , NERVOUSNESS, First Intimation of Prisoner's Un-eas Un-eas nessVarrant Road. Atter Sherman had finished reading tho card ho showed tho flrs,t elgns of nervousness. Detectlvo Parker then read to Sherman tho warrant from Cleveland for his opprchension, When "Who aro they?" 13 SHERMAN'S NERVE. Insisted That Officers Had Made , Serious Mistake. "Thcro Is ndthsc to get into a controversy," controversy," said Sherman, "take mo to Cluvelaud; I promise to explain matters matters there." Sherman paused a moment, moment, fumbling tho card. Finally he asked. "And you nrest mo for that man?" "Wouldn't you?" queried Parker. "You know your business." "Who do you know in Cleveland?" "I know a few people, not many, but a few." "Who aro they." "I don't care to discuss it. You arrest me on a warrant. Aro you going going to tako mq to Cleveland or not? I deny that I am that man (pointing to tho card) and I can get a man who will stnto that ho Jins known mo for years. I am not that man, and I demand demand of you Mr. Dunn, to lot me go. You enn turn mo' over to Parker, but I say light hero I go back under protest." protest." "Who could identify you iu Cleveland?" Cleveland?" "A number of poisons, sir." "Who are they?" No answer. "Did you ever work for the B. O.?" asked Chief Dunn. "Never In my life." MONEY Belonging to Prosecutor Wanamakcr Taken Out. The examination was at this point concluded and Sherman was again taken below into tho Chief's office. Detqctivo Parker then went out to secure supper. While in tho Chief's office, Sherman again requested that the $50 alleged to belong to Prosecutor Wanamaker be turned over to him. Detectlvo Parke stated ho had no objections and that What Shall We Have for Dessert? This question arises in tho family every day. Let us answer it to-day. Try &0&M LfUKtf KM fmi cimr & a delicious and healthful dessert. Pro. Eared in two minutes. No boiling ! no akiug I nd boiling water and set to cool. Flavors: -Lemon, Orange, Raspberry Raspberry and Strawberry. Get a package at your grocers to-day. io cts. y ' nc&. , P. BURNETT THE RIGHT MAN. Sherman Admit3 He Is Wanted In Cleveland. As Sherman was about to climb Into tho wagon, ho said: "Well, gentlemen, you have got tho right' man, and I compliment you, Chief Dunn, on your smooth work. I give you credit for that." At the North Howard st depot Sherman talked freely about his work In Akron, and complimented himself by saying that every rioter arrested on evidence submitted by him was Indicted and sentenced. REMINISCENT. Prisoner's Version of Vernando Kempl's Arrest. Sherman made a statement to the officers and a Democrat reporter while at the Valley depot In relation to the arrest of Vernndo Kempf, tho Ken-tueklan, Ken-tueklan, sentenced to the penitentiary a3 one of the ringleaders of the recent riot "Myself and Officer Washer arrested arrested Kempf, although at the time I had no desire to seek publicity in the affair, and allowed Washer to have tho credit. When we started to return to Akron, Mr. Wnsher wanted to como by way of Cleveland, but I was not particularly anxious to come through your city, Mr. Parker," and both the detectlvo nnd the prisoner laughed at tho Joke. "Mr. Washer susplcloned nothing and I easily Induced him to reach Akron by another route." taken Into the confidence of tho prisoner. prisoner. He was made a partner in the business business by Sherman. Tho latter induced Zuckerman to put up $500 to bind the partnership. "After you left us, Shctman," said Detective Parker, "a night or so later, I met Mr. Zuckerman, and asked him how he liked iecret service work. '"OhI.Mlne Gottl' bald he, 'I bat only work one veek, und it kost mo flfe hundred dollar.' Ho was not nwaro at the time that you had decided to dlssoh c partner&hip." Sherman laughed heartily at tho story, and said: "Poor Zuke." OFFICER O'NEiL RUBBED IT IN. wear MAttex t.T ,An example of modern architecture. One of the many beautiful homos on West Market street, -i Wanted to Know How Beacon Missed the. Story. An hour after Sherman's arrest and while ho was awaiting the arrival of Detectlvo Parker, ho asked if ho could see tho evening papeis. The Democrat, Democrat, Beacon-Journal and Cleveland Press wero handed him. Ho perused each intently for a few minutes, then turning to a Beacon repot tor said! "What's tho matter; Is It possible that you failed to get onto this Interesting sensation and my arrest the Dally Democrat is tho only paper in the city tonight that gives an account of It." The Beacon man said nothing for a moment but finally sprung tho old gag, "Oh, you've got bold of a first edition." EXPERIENCE. Went Into Partnership and It Cost Him $500. Detectlvo Parker related an Incident to Sherman in tegnrd to a, man named Jnko Zuckerman, who a week boforo 1 Sherman left Cleveland lat April was Had Papers and Photographs Identifying Identifying the Prisoner, Although It was practically known that tho right man had been arrested it was made doubly certain by the arrival arrival of Officer Ed O'Xcll at 5 o'clock Mr. O'Xeil has been shadowing Sherman Sherman for several days. Recently ho obtained obtained a photograph of Richard J. Koch, alias Sherman, from .Toilet, 111. It is alleged that Koch was a prisoner in the penitentiary at that place. He also had in his possession a Cleveland Lender of April 10, 1000, containing a likeness of the man. Both pictures were exact counterparts of Sherman with the exception of the moustaches. At the time the photographs were tak en, Sherman wore a beard. Mr. O'Neil Informed a Democrat reporter that ho had been in Pittsburg last Thursday making inquiries relative to Sherman. He had satisfied himself that the right man was in Akron. ALIASES Koch Was Long on His List of Names. Koch has a list of aliases that would do credit to any crook in tho country. After he had traveled for somo time under his own name he began to assume assume fictitious ones. He is known ns Richard J. Coach, Georgo N. Allen, J. B. Dlxou, D. J. Cameron, Dick Allen nnd last of nil Detective B. B. Sherman. Sherman. He assumed tho last name a short time before coming to Akron. In Pittsburg he was known as Dick Allen. CINCINNATI Officers Havo Been Looking For Detectlvo Sherman. It was reported that Sherman was wanted in Cincinnati by Chief Deutsch nnd that tho officers of that city had spent consldeiablo tlmo in trying to locate him. It was said that ho had a wife In that city. Detectlvo Parker claims that Sherman has a wlfo In Cleveland. STOPPED THE PRESS Long Enough to Get In Fow Lines of News. In connection with tho arrest of De-tegtivo De-tegtivo Sherman tho Democrat scored a decided scoop. Ordinarily it Is not given to boasting of its uuineroiu 'Jk- teSLf . ifaL rtn- t vjU; t" 8fcjK Jt ..bJiS til. ..tftijfmaH-ii'i

Clipped from Akron Daily Democrat04 Dec 1900, TuePage 5

Akron Daily Democrat (Akron, Ohio)04 Dec 1900, TuePage 5
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