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Brooklyn Daily Standard Union
1 February 1916
WOMAN FORTUNE TELLER FINED $10 BY MAGISTRATE
Mrs Carrie LORIOT, of 253 Prospect street, was fined $10 by Magistrate FITCH
yesterday. Maud LESTER, a detective attached to Lieutenant "Dan" COSTIGAN's
squad charged Mrs. LORIOT with telling fortunes for money at her home.
LUCIUS MONTANYA LEFT $20,000 ESTATE TO WIFE
The will of Lucius MONTANYA, of 71 Columbia Heights, who died Jan. 6, was
filed yesterday. It leaves an estate of more than $20,000 to his wife Elia.
After her death $10,000 is to be expended for a mausoleum in a cemetery near
Chicago, and $5,000 is to go to Mrs. Montanya's mother, Mary Ann STIMSON, of
Chicago. There are about fifteen other specific bequests to Western persons
and $300 to the Eighth Presbyterian Church of Chicago.
3 February 1916
Jim DONER Honored by Public Officials
Veteran Custodian of County Court House Given Testimonial Dinner.
Gets Diamond Watch Fob.
Presented by POUNDS for Corridor Club.
"Jim" DONER, who for nearly thirty years has been custodian of the County
Courthouse, was given a testimonial dinner last night by the members of the
Corridor Club, after a theatre party. Among those at the guest table were
Borough President Louis H. POUNDS, Register E. T. O¹LOUGHLIN, County Judge
Robert H. ROY, A.E. VASS, J.A. LIVINGSTON, County Clerk William E. KELLY,
Commissioner of Public Works Edmund W. VOORHIES.
After an address, in which he praised the fidelity of DONER to his position
and to his friends, Borough President POUNDS on behalf of the club,
presented DONER with a diamond studded watch fob. Other speakers were
George N. BUCHANAN, T.J. DADY and Register O¹LOUGHLIN.
Among those present were:
CONBOY, Capt. F.
MAC CAULEY, Lieut.
WINGATE, William W.
MC GUIRE, William
DIXON, John F.
MC ARDLE, James
MC MAHON, Michael
MC CARTY, William
SILKWORTH, William S.
ASHMEAD, Warren B.
VAN HORNE, John
MC DONALD, W.A.
SCULLY, John J.
MULLIGAN, Charles A.
BRANIFF, Thomas A.
MC MANUS, Philip
SIMMONS, Bert D.
MC FADDEN, C.J.
MC AVOY, James
DADY, Chester A.
MC MANUS, Philip
MC LINDEN, J.
GROUSHOW, C. Sr.
GROUSHOW, C. Jr.
BOGAN, J. Jr.
MC PARTLAND, M.
MC KENNA, J.
DADY, Charles W.
KUNKEL, Charles T.
HALL, Charles M.
SENNET, John F.
CAHILL, William Jr.
MC NEIL, H.
MC NEIL, M.
MC KINNEY, Matthew
PETERSON, Dr. E.E.
RUDD, William W.
25 February 1916
SPECIAL SESSIONS CASES
The following cases were disposed of yesterday in the Court of Special
Antonio MARESCO, 24, 11 Main st, assault third degree, $25 fine.
Benjamin GOLDBERG, 28, 1427 Fifty-second st, trolley transfer law, acquitted.
Mary DEVITT, 26, 422 Clinton st, disorderly house, acquitted.
Gustave SCHMIDT, 20, 249 Johnson av, possessing heroin, indeterminate sentence, penitentiary.
William ALES, 19, 140 Stagg st, carrying pistol, indeterminate sentence, penitentiary.
John FORD, no address, possessing heroin, indeterminate sentence, penitentiary.
Albert FILES, 29, 262 Eighty-sixth st, gambling, $25 fine.
Herman HOROWITZ, 10 Delmonico pl, sanitary code, sentence suspended.
Martin ROGERS, 247 Navy st, sanitary code, sentence suspended.
William J. HERTLING, 296 Stanhope st, larceny, sentence suspended.
John NESBITT, no address, assault, sentence suspended.
Palma TOUZZO, 127 Kingsland av, labor law, acquitted.
Donato CAPETTA, 360 Rockaway av, possessing heroin, indeterminate sentence, penitentiary.
Morris KUSHNER, 626 Watkins st, gambling, acquitted.
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