News 17 August 1898 Daily Star He Was Badly Sold. Ill Luck of Man Who Went Burgling on Tuesday Night. Edward KEDELL, who refused to give his residence, was arrested at 2 o¹clock this Wednesday morning on a charge of breaking into the liquor store of Theodore STEIN, 672 Manhattan avenue. He was arrested by Officer CARTER. The front show window was smashed with a stone and three bottles were taken from the window where they were placed on display. The bottles were labeled thus: "Blue Ribbon Rye Whiskey.First Prize.Par Excellence." The bottles were found to contain nothing but water. I am not related & have no other info.