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 - SCHNAKENBERG LOCKED -UP. Marv to Whott Arrest...
SCHNAKENBERG LOCKED -UP. Marv to Whott Arrest Policeman O'Neill Yv- Attributed Hirjroubles Knocks h' ': Down a Woman, ' 1 " 1 Out ; of a children's . Quarrel . Policeman O'Neill, deflrr of Devery, ; may. be avenged on Charles Bchnakenberg, the saloon keeper for whose arrest he says his troubles In the Tollce Department began. Schnak-enberg, who' U thirty-eight 'years old, was locked .up In the West One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Btreet Station last night on a charge of felonious a-sault. In the course of a lively tenement row, upon . Mrs. .Mary Monagban, his neighbor on the third floor Of 301 West One Hundred and Nineteenth Street, '', ... . V ; ; : ' j' j Thero havO been many Quarrels' between the children. of the Schnakenbefgs and tbe Monaghana. ' Bchnakenberg returned, home Intoxicated last evening, and, meeting eight year-old Patrick MOnaghan on the stairs, slapped his ' face.' Oeorge McGrath, who boards with the Monaghana, saw him strike the child and resented it. Bchnakenberg struck him and threw hire down etairs. - Hearing the screams of her little boy and the tumult In the hall -Mrs. Monaghan threw open the door of her apartment, and Bchnakenberg struck her In the face, knocking her down. Monaghan had gone to bed. but he' ran out in his. night clothes to defend his family, and as he did so Bchnakenberg ran back into his own rooms and got his revolver. Monaghan drew his family aside, and locked and fastened the door, as the infuriated saloonkeeper; threw himself repeatedly - " ! : 8chnakenbergs wife and some other women finally persuaded him to go back Into his own apartment. Meantime other tenants were shouting " Police! " In the street before the door, and policemen Mott and Dundon of the West One Hundred, and Twenty-flfth Btreet i Station responded. They found the Schnakenberg's door parrl- ceded, but forced it) Bchnakenberg at- xacaea tnem . as tneyi leaped tnrougn tne opening, but a tattoo .of-their nlgiustlcks upon various portions : of; Ills pt-raon soon convinced him that resistance was useless, and they took him along.- - 1 :' An smbulance came from the i. Hood NVright . Hosultal and the surgeon dressed Mrs. Monaghan a Injuries and she remained at nome. - ; , f i t y-.

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 01 Sep 1901, Sun,
  3. Page 8

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