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 - " SCHNAKENBERQ IS FIN ED. ' Policeman O'Neill's...
" SCHNAKENBERQ IS FIN ED. ' Policeman O'Neill's Accuser Haa to Pay $3 for Hla Row with a Woman. Charles Scbnakenberg. the saloon keeper, who originally caused ' the trouble that brought Policeman O'Neill Into prominence through his defiance of Deputy Commissioner. Devery, was fined $3 for disorderly conduct by Magistrate Olmsted In the Harlem Police Court yesterday morning.! After abandoning the saloon business last May. Schnakenberg went to Buffalo. Recently he returned and became a iiorlst, going to live with his family at 801 West One Hundred and Nineteenth Street.1 Laat Saturday night he became Involved In a die- ?ute with Mrs. Martha Monanan, another enant of the eame building, over quarrel their children had had. He chaaed the woman Into her apartments, brandishing a revolver, and attempted to kick down the door of her flat He was arrested by Policeman Mott of the West One Hundred and Tweuty-flfth Street Station, j

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 02 Sep 1901, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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