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> tJ THE WORLD SATURDAY EVENING JULY 25 1903 k f
Feiflc the pool ncqulred 400000 shores Tho buying began around 67 and
th Block was forced up to 80 It sold yesterday nt 41 34
VAILED IN BIG POOL
Kecne failed utterly to forca tho hand of E H Harriman nnd the
Southern Pacific directorate Mr harriman gave out a statement that Tal
bot J Taylor Co had threatened to mnlto trouble for tho Union Pacific
Interests In Southern Pacific unless Mr Kccnca holding were taken ol <
their hands at 78 and the pools holdings at 70 Tho retort to this was
the suit Instituted by tho brokerage firm to enjoin the Union Pacclflc from
I voting Its Southern Pacific tock The firm loat In the prcllmlnniy miga
tlon but the final cult Is still pcmllng
Of the 400000 shares of stock hold by the pool 200000 were Mr Keonni
personal holding Ho bought It at between 07 and 80 making un avcragn
fSOtl for tho block of 7350 a share or JHVOOOOO Tho lowest mark
r ouohed by tho stock In yesterdays market was 39 12 which would make
If his paper loas 6800000 HIt actual low by tho transaction before hft
r closes Out his deal Is figured In tho ntrcct ns likely to bo tD000000 As tho
situation now stands E H Hnrrlmnn and his nssuclntos will be able to
f get the holdings of the forrau pool at practically their own price It Is
oven claimed that Mr Keeno partcil with an Immense block of his stock
J at private sale yesterday to Kiihn Loci Co
y UNLOADING OF STOCKS
Mr Keenea losses In oihrr securities will net be Inconsiderable It Is
said The market movement yesterday Indicated heavy liquidation In secu
rities In which Mi Keene and Talbot J Taylor Co havo been trading
Tho flnn had been dealing extensively In Chicago Milwaukee St Paul
Which has declined steadily from 201 to 137 14 the low point touched yes
terday Of other spocliUios of till firm In which they wera gcnprnllj
credited with being long went Reading of which 107000 shares were dumped
in tho market St Paul 73900 shares Amalgamated Copper 08400 aharos
B itr 34100 shares nnd Southern Pacific Mi135 shares
> i HOW about the report that you very recently settled 5000000 on
K your wife 5000000 on your son and 5000000 on jour daughter Mr
N Keene was asked
t I wont say anything about the amounts replied Mr Kcono
= I guess Ill lose about Jl500000 through this failure he continued
r 11 had no connection with tho firm except that I did business there I
1 had my olflec these It Is true but was not connected In any way further
than that Talbot Is my soninlaw and did business for me
MARKET MOST DISCOURAGING
I would havo seen him through this thing but the market was so
gloomy and discouraging with not a bright outlook anywhere that I began
to think about myself and decided It would bo bent not to put up any more
i money for the firm
f Ill thought I was In for quite enough In view of the slate of the market
f What arc the liabilities of jour ponlnlaws firm 1 was asked
i
I dont know Mr Keene answered I hntent learned any of the
details yet AliI know Is that I nm the largest creditor Outside of my
h self the principal creditors arc banks and they will lose nothing because
there was no Jonu with any bank without a 20 per cent margin of
Mcurltles
1 Some of the banks wanted fresh margins but I wont say anything
1 about thatI wont put up any more money The loss Is not great outside
of my own The crisis came when the firm couldnt got rid of Its heavy
r
holdings
r
THINKS THEM IMPROVIDENT
s Lam annoyed at this thing because I think they have been improvi
dent and have allowed themselves to bo stuck by several people
t Who stuck them
1 I dont care to say except that they were stuck by certain parties I
Will you help them to resume business
This question was not answered directly but tho Indirect answer was
f Tory positive Mr Keono said
III never saw such a hopeless market as wo have When you can get
inch stocks as United States Steel preferred for 68 Is there any wonder
that I refuse to help my soninlaw out any longer
They had a large amount of Investment securities which they couldnt
get rid of and that was the direct cause of the failure It shows what a
market thero Is when you hold Investment securities and cannot even Bell
themWhat
What class of securities were they overloaded In1
j I dont care to say further than that they have acted Imprudently
t and got themselyes In a hole they ought not to have got In
I am embarrasred I am only annoyed
J
Is
j STREET EXPECTS STOW GO
TO REGAIN THEIR FOOTING
LltU excitement tiaa been caused in
t WaIL Street by the suspenilon of Stow
Co of No 44 Exchange Place which
WAS announced a few minutes before
the Talbot J Taylor Co suspension
The Arm Is expected to get on Its feet
shortly Ihe only Interest Involved was
that of Mexican Central which was
practically controlled by the firm They
bad Inherited the control of the etock
from Addtson Cammack who dealt
through them in his lifetime After his
death H Clay Pierce the Standard 011
i millionaire of St Louis James Camp
r MH a millionaire St Louis broker and
I
t George Crocker of California assisted
the firm In obtaining a controlling In
teret of the roads stock
The RockcfellerOouldHarrlman com
> tlnUon tried to wrest control of the
1
ir STANDARD OIL BETTER
IN CURB TRADING
E Stock Regained Part of Its Lois In
fr Irregular Dealings In
Outside Market
Transactions on the curb were Irreg
l nUr but inactive today Standard Oil
retklnlnr part of Its loss of yesterday
The bW and asked prices of the principal
ouisjda securities were
Did Ail
merftn Can 3 > i 3 > i
> marlcan Can pf 36 37
ren Copper 19 1JI1i
10 Kortatrn stauttles MM
Standard Oil C30 rJJJ
Otis runtor s zali
Msrlnt t 60
r Msrlns ft 16 20
latttbonuih SB 101
i 41
JULY COTTON UP
ON SHORT COVERING
i
t General Buying Fairly Good with
t Sully Figuring In the Liver
pool Market
July Motion jumped 21 points on covcr
rJ u t > y shorts In the early trading on
fJ the Exchange today while the other
etJar shared in gains ranging from S
W W points
JThb general dfcmand was better than
tIaestcd September being the i fttia
t4v i feature it goIng up 19 points
csizIng set in an trudlng advanced
MbsIf the gain was lost the figures
nooa being July 1540 August
eptember > 10 October 0 Z De
i71 < and January 108
iBuiIy was again reported a
In Uv rpool i i
repqra ware fairly favor
tV t
edj fUoft until the
t
road from them but were outgeneraled
Then began a bear raid on the stock
with which the firm was loaded They
might havo pulled through but Mr
Pierce Is away with the New York
Yacht Club fleet and could not be
reached rho stock fell yesterday from
27 to 11 and necessitated tho brokerage
firms suspension I
Wall street hears that Bpcjor Co
who control the Mexican National Rail
road a rIval of the Mexican Central I
took a large block of Mexican Central
stock oft Stow O8 hands yesterday
A recent concession from the Mexican
Goxcrnmeiit to the National Railroad
forMddng the building of any road
across the Mexican border for twenty
years Interferes seriously with the
Mexican Centrals development of
tnfllc with the United States and Is
nlil to halo been the cause which led
to the decline of the roads stock
cloce the final quotations being July
1330 to 1333 August 1232 to 1233 Sep
tember 1082 to 1083 October 991 to 992
November 974 to 95 December 972 to
973 January 969 to 970 February 96S
to 970 March 9C8 to 970
The market closed steady
THE CLOSING QUOTATIONS
To Ujs hlfheit lowest ial closing prices snj
net chines from yuterJsri closing prices or
tram list rtwnlel rals Irs u allows >
Net
With Low Clos Ohis
Amslssmuej Copper 40S Mt 39 < i
1m SaIIU nt HI 300 fO Iii
Un Smelt i Ue pt 91 KH HI + 2
Amertrsn Sunr 115 JUi 111
oUch Top S P pt SSS 84 US + U
D < lt 8 Ohio SJ4 SHi 8l i tt
nslt a Ohio pt M 8J 4 85 4
Urooklyn It T 41 MU 41 < i 1t
Can PactAo 131 120 t 121 i IV
Ches A Ollo 32H 31V 3lI i
CUr O wIt lVt 14S 14S S
Ctlc O West U S2H 3J 32 IU
oillti lr In =
CMC Mil Bt P 140H 13Si 133 U
Col Fuel A inn 4H 41 41U H
Crls MH 57H Z8S4 H
tt1 1st ft 67 H 06 MH 14
Jrt 2d ft 454 U H 44H U
Illinois Contra SOk 13 129 V
Louis A Nash 01V 103V 1CSK H
Met EcurlUes 73H 72H 7SU + 1
Manhattan 132V 132 13JS H
Mo Kan A Te < 19 Ui 181
Mo Kan rex pf 38 37H 3V + V
Mo Pacflo 97U 87 87H H
Norfolk Wenera 62H 60V WV li
N Y Central 119 117H 117V
Ontario A Western 22H 22 22H + H
reowylTanla la 1J014 121 Jj
lcopla OM 93K 2V 92 4 H
nudln 4814 n 48 + 4
IltA < 10K 24 pf > 06 66 M
nock Wind 52H 21 21H tt
Rock isiu4 pf aS am 62 + H
sJSthern Pstlfli U li 40 41 K
Southern Ballwtr 21 0ll 204
South 51lwsr pI 344 8t 8t
St U A 8 r M pf 49 48 3W + Ii
St U ss fl F ell 53 M 66 7
Tsnn coil 8 Iron 30K 374 7H 1H
T us PMIflo 2i1 2S JSU + U
Union PactS 75H 7iH 74H H
Union FiolBc pt 8I > 1 Sill 64H lu
U 9 Ixttber 1 < H 7 H
U S Lither pi 79H 79 79 H
U S Steel 2314 22S i2H 4
U S Steel pf 70t C9H 70 + u
Wsbsib 20i 20 20 i S
W t > tth pt 37 MH 3e > i U
West Union Tel Mi 8U STt
nil Centrtl 1H 14 16H U
VU Csatrsl pf MVi 6tk 361 n
+ X4rinc Cecllos
f r i Jiil rf i 4
t 1
1
CROWD OUTSIDE THE OFFICES OF TALBOT J TAYLOR CO
SOON AFTER MARKET OPENED FOR SHORT SATURDAY SESSION
I V fIig 1 N
n t 1 i U
KINGS GOOD WISHfS
GO OUT TO IRISH
Leaving Dublin Edward Hopes
They May Enjoy Blessings
Commensurate with Warmth
of Their Hearts
DUItUN July 5A mossigc from
King Edward to the Irish people Issued
today exorcises deep appreciation of
he loyalty and affection with which the
iCIng and Queen were surrounded during
heir stay In Dublin and nays the King
trusts that In Gods provldrnco the Irish
may enjoy blessings commensurate with
the warmths of their heart
King Edward and Queen Alexandra
left Dublin by traIn shortly before noon
today accompanied by 1ilnceM Vlc
orla and their suites on their nay to
SVswtownards County Down where
they will visit the Marquis of London
dorry at his Mount Stewart residence
Notwithstanding the rain the royal
party drove from the viceregal lodge
In open carrlagro and halted at 1honnlx
Park to review thousands of school
children whose volume of shrill cheer I
Ing while ono of tho number presumed a I
bouquet to tho Queen was one of the
most touching fixuurra of the Dublin I
reception of the King and Queen which i
throughout was remarkable for Ha < > n
yfsu and the WIa absence of iri I
jloasiintncss
Tho route to the railroad station WAS
packed with continuous cheering poi
sons who gave tho royal vIsitors u
magninient farewell
r
PLOT AGAINST THE
EMPRESS OF COREA
Ministers and Other High Officials
8u pectd and Arrests Are
Likely
ST RBTEnSDUno July aThe
Novoe Vremya today publishes a de
spatch from Vladivostok which says
several Corixiii Ministers and high dig I
nitaries are suspected of being con
cerned In a plot oiralnst the Empress of
Cored and It Is expcoted that they will
be dismissed and arrested
FIRE CAPTAIN MADE
BATTALION CHIEF
I
Michael E C Graham of Engine
Company No 12 Promoted by
the Commissioner
IFire Commissioner fiturgls promoted
Cnpt Michael E C OnUiam of Engine I
Company No 11 today to the rank of
Chief of Battalion
I
Graham was appointed a fireman m
April 10 16S2 promoted to nsslntnnt fnrc
man on Jan 1 1S05 Kid became a cap
tain on April 13 IStr His name was
placed on the roll of merit for saving
lives on April 10 1S4 and again on May
5 18S3
Rabies Spread Amoiitr Cattle
MIDDLETOWN N Y July 5The
State Board of Health has taken strin
gent meuures to suppress the alarming
spread of rabies among hones and
cattle In the town of Montgomery Many
ckttii arc dyln there
ie
i J < r JU
BOOKBINDERS WILL I
NOT OUIT WORK I
Government Force Decides to
Avoid Clash with Authorities
Over Foreman and Will Be 1 i
Guided by Public Printer
WASHINGTON July 27The Hook
hInders Union which hns boon fightIng
tile reinstatement of W A Mlllor the
aislstant torcinin In tim Corrnuieit I
Printing Olllcc who wu dismissed bn
cause of his expulsion from tho unon
and later ordered reinstated under an
Executive order hall nbandonrd any In
tention of walking out In case Miller
resumes work
This is tho situation today Presi
dent Tatuni of tho International
Brotherhood of Hookblmlws Is now en
route hero from Chicago to advise with
tho local leaders The latter have de
cided to abldo by the decision of the
Public Printer and avoW any clash with
the Government
Miller reported for duty today but
remained only a short tun < saying ho
would be on hand Monday
SAYS ilL CONDUCTOR
ROBBED HIM
Luke McDonald Tells a Peculiar
Story and a John Doe Sum
mons Is Issued
Lukn McDonald who let on Ono
Hundred and T cnty < lrHt street se
cured a summons In the centre Street
Court today for a conductor on the
Sixth avenue L who he says has ISO
of his money The story McDonald told I
Magistrate Ommen Is as follows
1 got on the train nt One Hundred
and Twentyfifth street last Tuesday
morning nnd fell asleep I had SVi In
my pocket at the time When the train
reached Frnnklln street a man got
aboard and cat down Reside mo null
saId Hello Bill 1 Mid 1 dont know
you go away from mo
Tho fellow persisted In staying and
I as I was afraid I would fall asleep and
be robbed I gao tin SO to the conduc
I tor At South Kerry on wakening the
stcuud limo I asked tho conductor for
tho money Mid he nld that tho other
I fellow had receIved tim money and
laughed at me When I Insisted that
my money be returned to mo ho kicked
me off the train Although I have
since asked him for the money several
times ho laughs at me
McDonald does not know the name of
the conductor A John Doe summons
will to served Magistrate Ommcn said
he would hear the conductors story if
he had to Issue a warrant
A Guaranteed Care for Pile
ItchlDf flIts Dladlm or rrotruilni Plus
Tear dniKut sill refund our money It PAZO
OIxrarXT tit tj eara ro M etats 00
iJ AA illifc 9 i
v > li ii llsMsMsTlnilii ffil V J
SUES HOSPITAL
fOR WIFES DEATH
Calder Begins Action Against
the General Memorial for
100000 She Having Been
Burned to Death
I i I
suit has been commenced In the Su
I premo Court by John II CaMcr through
Lirtjcr William T McGrath against
thn General Memorial Hospital to re
cover 100000 dam iges for the death of
his wife Mrs Madeline Calder who
died In tho hospital ns a result of
burns received while a patIent there
Mr Calder was being prepare for
nil operation by Helen Smith one of the
hospital nurses onj ails beIng rubbed
with a mixture of alcohol and ether
Tho nurse It Is nlUKed dlsolHsyed ono
of the rule of tho hotptnl In uslnc n
lighted uuullc Instead of performing
hor duties In tho lilt of tilio electric
lltfnt Ihe candle was placed in n in nil
glIss which sliu put don n on ho hIII
It uisct nod Sit lire to tho bcilclodips
Mrs Calder emlenvnrej to tihrov lioi
self out of thu blazing nol but It woe
too Into mid wtoe tIled a short time af
terwards iftor suffering cccruautlng
troll
An Inqurat was hold before n coroners
jui which returned ntPiillct frit Mrs
alder died from the effect oC burns ic
Unl while a imtlunt In tie hospital
Mr Calder was nppjlntiil ailmlnlstrn
lor of lib wifes estate by SurrosiUo
Iltscrald on Marc 19 anil sues on be
molt of his lIelcntrolll son WUHau
11 Calder as well ius for himself
Thomas I AVIckof who has been re
taltxol as counsel In tho raee Is out ot
town and could not tin seen
Tlio General Memorial Hospital was
incorporated in 1831 cur the treatment
of cancer and nlllcil disease rho
building itt One Hundred and Sixth
Street und Central Iar kVf t Is rlchl
iulowoU Mis John Jacob Astor and
Jen nnd Mrs Cullum having boon I
among those who contributed JSOOiW
each Lawyer John E Parcons la the
pre hlon lot tho hospital and George
Irark treasurer George C Haven
Cornelius VanderbIlt and Charles Steels
a partner of J Plerpont Morgan au
among IU manager
II
The Wheat Market
Unexpected weakness In the St Ionic
market caused depression In tho local
wheat market today There was fair
ellliiB for long account and u dla
posItion to regard the crop now from
the Southwest as a little bettor Tho
markets In tho Northwest opened steady
because rains In that section failed to
materIalize as expected
There was no feature to cable except
the break of 10 to W points In wheat
antI Hour at Paris Corn started steady
to firm with prices In Chicago stronger
New Yorks opening prices were
Wheat Scptombcr 81 December 8111 I
ChlctiKos opening prices weN WTioit
July 733f September 1St December I
76 11 to 76 l8 and 7614 May 7814
CornSeptember M J4 to DO 78 DC I
cembor 3014 to 50 12 May BO 38 to
6 fS ant W 34
Now Yorks closing prices were
WheatMay S3 12 bid July 81 12 Sop
inbor SI 12 bid December 8178 Corn
July M 12 September 67 12 December
57 12
Laundry WantsFemale
EXPERIENCED WASIIGH winUJj ill vhttll
ateim MutidrT 205 Dtlt 991 at
WANTED At oeee BrttcU ne i and wrIst
txnl ironer Mndr pot 11 Ion cool ptri no
Siturdar work UXropollUn Ltundrr 167
PhIn are lUooklrn
FOLT1ERS WJJTRD it Mtltnil StMtn Laundry
Companr 6rSKU Wool 24th d
Laundry Wants Male
Roy WANTED to run mndi Arllnttoa lAu
trr 170 8th are
DIED
DALTon FrIday July 24 1503 MABT widow
I
lit John J D4lr
Funeral oa Umdir Julr 27 at 130 r M
fro > tr late titldtnct 117 W it 90m a t
il ml 11 dsse e027 I
WOMAN HELD UP AND
ROBBED SHE SAYS
Accuses Young Men of Taking Her
Money and Watch and
Chain
Frank jr Davis of No 100 West
Klshtyelffhth street was arraigned In
the West Side Curt today on a charge
i of highway robbery
It was alleged by dire Ida M Jackson
that while on her way to her horn In
the Greylock apartmenthousc Seventy
fourth street anti Columbus avenue
early today she was held up by the
prisoner who robbed her of hor pocket
book and watch and chain Mrs Jack
son screamed for help and Patrolman
Gray of the West Sixtyeighth Street
Station caught the prisoner
Magistrate Began hold him In 11500
ball for trial
SHIPPING NEWS
ALMANAC FOR TODAT
Bun rim 4509un nil 23Mmn eta 803
THE TIDES
Illfh WtKr Low Wattr
A M PM AM PM
Sandy Kook HOI 821 165 209
Governors Island 823 8 45 2 24 238
Hfll Gate Ferry 1016 1033 3 68 4 10
PORT OP KEW VOHIC
ARRIVED
Titrlt era Cnn
Oorton Cattle Capetown
11111 PrOflro
York Cull Cplen
ohlan = CIalulIII
INCOMING STnAMSHIPS
DUB TODAY
Umtrla Liverpool Cymric Liverpool
OUTGOING STEAMSHIPS
SAILDD TODAY
Miracn Caracas Curacoa
Cludad lv > llT > r Morra Cuilr tSarina
Otrnpanla Urerpool Athoi llaytl
Columbian Gliniraw Ullndi llivana
atlerUnil Antwerp Algonquin Charleston
Mlnnetonka Landon El file lreiton
Toronto Hull Lampatu Oalreiton
Sjiramie lra < IK loniv Norfolk
Ca IMa Armntlna 1 Noril I Now Orleans
Blurts Nentoundtaiid
THIRD RAIL CAUSES
MAD PANIC ON L
Two Men Severely Injured in the
Wild Rush of Passengers to
Escape from the Cars and
Many Others Cut by Glass
A
A FUSE BLOWS OUT
Police Go to the Rescue Drag Out
Two Men Who Are Being Tram
pled tot Death and lice Thongs
on Club to Stop Bleeding
1 There was a panic on a Third avenue
elevated train which passed the Nine
tyninth street syltch early today when
the thirdrail shoe broke and n fuse
blew out with a noise like the discharge
of a cannon In the rush which fol
lowed down tho stairs of the station
Michael Feeolla of No 572 Hast One
I Hundred and Fiftieth street and Lorenz
Plano of No 339 East One Hundred
and Seventieth street were knocked
down and trampled upon
Both men had been severely cut about
the head and on the wrists by flying
class When Policemen Shaw and He
brank of the East One Hundred and
fourth street station nho had been at
tracted by the noise of the explosion
arrived at the scene they saw a crowd
of struggling men piled on top of the
Italians Tho staIrway was blocked and
those on the stops nero making frantic
effort to reach the street over the
bodies of the prostrate men
It took the pollceihen two minutes to
reach Fcgolla and Plsano who wero at
the bottom of the heap
Police n 5irgcns
On being dragged out on the sidewalk I
both men were covered with blood flow
tog from numerous cuts The policemen
took tho leathern throngs from their
billies and used them on the wrists of
the men to atop the flow of blood
With the aid of some of the passengers
of the stalled train the Italians were
carried to tho Hast One Hundred and
Fourth street pollco station and a call
sent In for an ambulance
Dr Krauspokls of the Harlem Hos
pital reeponded and dressed tho wounds
of Fegolla and Plsano who refused to
go to the hospital and were sent homo
Tho south bound train was made up of
five cars which were tilled with labor
Ing men bound for wok When the
iron shoe on the first car broke which
conveys tbe current from the third rail
It shortcircuited the car The blow
Ing out of the ruse accompanied by a
blinding flash and a deafening report
the concussIon of which broke every
window In the car stampeded the men
In tho train I
Mad Ilusjh for Safety
They swarmed out of the cars and
dashed down the structure seeking safe
ty on the south and north station plat
forms All thought of the deadly third i
rail was lost In the mad rush Fegolla
and PIsano were the first men to reach
the platform of the southbound station F
In their haste to reach the sidewalk
they fell part way down tho stairs land
Ing at the bottom In a heap So closely
were they followed by the terrorized
passengers they had no chance to regain
their feet the others piling on top of
feetl
them until the narrow staircase waS
jammed with struggling cursing
frIghtened men
The damaged car was taken off the
train and switched into the Ninetyninth
street yards After another motor car
was placed at the head of the train It
went downtown twenty minutes late
WOMAN AMBULANCE
DOCTOR KEPT ON GO
It Was a Busy Day for Emily
Dunning Who Had to Answer
Many Calls to Aid the In J
jured
SAVED MAN FROM SUICIDE
I
Was Taking a Girl to a Hospital
When She Ran Into an AetldeAt
and Bandaged Wounds of Women
Trampled by a Horse
It was Dr Emily Dunning busy day
I She had the early trick on the Oouver 1
neur Hospital ambulance today and
when the time came for her to rest Dr
Dunning was a tired woman 0h had
done holr shire So had the ambulance t
horse
There were a couple of transfer eUM j
when she took held today and these 1
kept her busy until Ithe gong sounded at I
S oclock It was for Samuel Frleber a
tar roofer of No 111 Essex street who
tired of lookliiff for work had decided
I to die He lay himself down In the
above address and
the
i rear yard at
I drank muriatic acid He did not drink
enough and his grbanu and cries called
the neighbors Dr Dunning came Shs
administered
stomach pump
Used a
intldotoi and when she had him In
I shape bundled him into the ambuUnco
the hospital
with him to
and was away
I breathing spell and Dr r
There MIS a f
again a surgfn on
Dunning was noon
ounea
mewing
ot uamu J
glllni One iiU advIce and IIrst aid to the In
jui eu
Hun Into nn Accident
Eva Traegel II girl In her teens uy
claImed
lug 11 No SS IJelanee street
attentIon having been act
the doctors decided
runo ur lJuntllllg < J
1111 for the
11IIlIltlll 118 the place
Ihal the
through
chUrt and was on her way there
UiLIIiAe stree wnen Still ran into an
accident had been leading a horse
A boy tbo street when the animal
through teok HIght and ilsoited into a hallway
We
atNom The cries of the persons
heard by
had trampled upon wore
horse the ambulance came IntOl
the doctor as
slreot SeeIng the crowd Dr DIm
tho halted the ambulance and left the
driver nlng to eeo that the child did not gee
out or the vehicle A Iore was turned
Into a hospital and there the IltUa
woman ripped bandages rrom rolLs an
went to work She gave orders to thM
big policeman who came later as though
she was the commander of the force
It was You keep tmt crowd baota
there and give that woman alrl GoU
a stretcher and an air pillow and hurry
upi
Ilellef for the Injured
With sleeves rolled up and her eye
aglow the little woman > went at the In
Jured one after the other She cut th
hair from the head of a woman wnov
had suffered a scalp wound took fouxf
stItches plastered It over sprinkled Itjj
with an antiseptic powder and turned
to wind yards of2 bandages about tha
hruts a limbs of another woman Wfcor F
had been trampled upon
When she had time to make her notau
she had dressed the injuries of UraJ
Catherine Hcssler Mrs Rose Goldma
Mrs Sofia Wagner and her daughterJ j
nose Wagner all of No 166 EUdrtfleff
street Mrs Wagner who been cutf
about the head was placed In the am
bulance alongside the girl patient an 5
driven to the hospital J
othez4
Good toy doctor said the other
ambulance surgeons when she had flleor F
her report and left to get another jacket
to replace the one that had been aoii cT
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