Daily News from New York, New York on September 12, 1928 · 298
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Daily News from New York, New York · 298

New York, New York
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Wednesday, September 12, 1928
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A, ..... . . . , DAILY NEWS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1923 10 I 13 19 I I 11 V I St 1111 l K V IJ!J I M H I III I lI El IfH l I II I I HE INSISTS SHE KNOWS NOTHING ABOUT SLAYING The identity of the slim, blonde woman. Questioned by state troop ers and police in connection with the mysterious murder of State Trooper Carl T. Wilder of Tuxedo The late Carl T. Wilder last Friday, was revealed yesterday. With the revelation came the calm and smiling assurance of her husband. Dr. John F. Daly, Astoria physician, that he was perfectly satisfied with his wife's statements to the authorities. "Mrs. Daiy was on a two weeks' vacation at Greenwood lake with our two children, Raymond, 12, and Frances, 0," he said. "I took her up there, and while I did not meet Wilder, I know that Cream jour coffee , . Sugar your coffee . . TIIIS NEW WAY Magnolia SWEETENED CONDENSED takes the place of separate cream and sugar at half their cost Makes coffee richer, smoother, more delicious. Magnolia keeps without ice for days. Creams-and-sugars tea, too, and makes delicious cocoa. Sate the Labels Milk r she was not out motoring with him. She was back here in Astoria several days before he was shot." Further than that Dr. Daly would not go. He insisted his wife knew nothing1 about the case and that both had been bound to secrecy on the information they had given the troopers. Mrs. Marion Daly, who resides at the Astoria sanitarium at 30-15 Crescent st., Astoria, which her husband owns, was not at home, and her husband acted as her spokesman. Tuxedo troopers were in New York yesterday, but so far, the threatened arrest of a Greenwood lake roadhouse proprietor has not been made. Wilder's body was found on a road north of Tuxedo's millionaire colony last Friday. One hand clutched a man's tie, ripped off in a death struggle. None of the occupants in the automobiles near the trooper when authorities arrived could shed any light on the killing. ("Other picture on page 23) WOOER OF GIRL, 15, HELD WITHOUT BAIL His unlawful romance with 15-year-old Mary Gallagher of 227 8th ave., yesterday resulted in Petro Sauceda, 22, of 2734 8th ave., being held without bail by Judge William Allen in General Sessions to await trial. Sauceda has been indicted on charges of kidnaping and abduction. Sauceda, a Mexican, and married, is accused of taking the girl to Chicago and living with her here at 1235 South Peoria st. Police say the pair became acquainted two years ago when tha girl was a passenger on a ship on which Sauceda was employed. WAREHOUSE SALE NEW AND I SKI) PIANOS), GRANDS PLAYER UPRIGHTS AND A FEW REPRODUCING GRAN DS mj 8TEINWAT; CHICKEBJNO. fcUllMER. KRAKAUEB. MATHUSHEK Prices start at $160. No reasonable otter refused. Ask lor Mr. It. Haraoett. IW5J5 V. Stith St. tth floor) fttf At Spear' si A Phenomenal Sale of D 4 No. 1 "Florinda" No. 2 'Chelsea 5 No. 3 "Stratford" No. 4 "Blackstone" NEW YORK 22-26 W. 34th St. and 6th Ave. at 16th St. 17 lLjL Deposit q$1 Weekly q 100 PIECE SETS In Your Choice of Four Beautiful Designs $28 $ Value JO. 95 A special purchase. . .just 500 sets, from a factory famous for the quality and beauty of its products! Values that cannot possibly be equalled when this sale is over... we earnestly urge that you make your selection immediately, either in person or by mail. No. 1 "Florinda" Gleaming white porcelain with design in coral, blue and black. Cold edges and handles. No. 2 "Chelsea" Dresden roses on a blue lattice ground border this clear white porcelain set. Cold handles and edges. No. 3 "Stratford" Mellow reds and yellows accented by black achieve modern richness of design. Gold edges and handles. No. 4 "Blackstone" Gold bands, rich blue border and a striking design of rose and blue against black medallions. Complete Service for Tivelve People! COMPLETE sets, remember ... dinnerware to use proudly, every day and to set the table smartly and correctly for your most important guests! Each set contains the following: 12 dinner plates 1 12 medium plates 1 12 bread and butters 1 12 cups and saucers 1 12 dessert dishes 1 12 soup plates 1 1 fruit dish 1 1 fruit dish 1 1 butter dish (2 piece) 1 1 covered dish (2 piece) 1 large platter medium platter round vegetable dish oval vegetable dish sugar bowl (2 piece) cream pitcher gravy bowl pickle dish cake plate sauce, boat Mail This Coupon Today! Spear & Co., 22 W. 34th St, N.T.C. Enclosed find $1 first payment for the 100-pieee dinner-set described above. I atrree to pay $1 weekly. Price $18.85. I have indicated my first and second choice of designs in the squares below. Hajr.e ........ ....... ...... ...... .... Street and No .. City State Please indicate in the first box the NUMBER of the design you prefer; in the second box. the NUMBER of your second choice, in case your first selection should be sold out because of limited quantities. I 1 choice raoics 1 1 3 llI'' k5 BROOKLYN 265 Livingston St. At Hanover Place

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