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NEW YORK WEDNESDAY MARCH r
MARCH311909
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1 SUBWAY HERE
GRANTS CARS
fOR WOMN
Jl1tl rJnrollh Willine to Give
Scheme t Trial Officials
Tell P S Board
AiADOO BLAZES WAY
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Puts Experiment Into Effect
In Hudson Tunnel and De
clares It a Success
Within n f iv hours after thf McAdno
tiirncl fvitiin put Into operation thH
phn or sr tr n1rt the ear car of I
rv > tri rr women todn the la i
t < liuroii Cnmfjam notified liio Public I
ii I J ii niiitloii o It illnne <
t < > ulijit Iho sjirc vjsin in lie sub I
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Tie prompt sebtie by the McAdoo
people of the scheme to plotj the
tumi forced tlio Inierbirjusli to niiki I I
r complete reversal of Its former itaiul
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on the question I
0 Employee of the Interborousrli were
in the McAluo tunnel ilatli < IIh
Ins tie operator o the pun upon IJ
ira Turatlon this numbs 1rosumnbly
the Inlerboroughj i otlfkatlon to the
Puoilc Service Commission ivas
prompted by their reports
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CARS FOR WOMEN
ARK A SUCCESS
I SA YS MADOO
Amid salvos of flashlight powder
and the soft ecstatic murmurs ot ad
miration of half a dozen lady reporters
b the first subriver train Indeed tho
r first trnln to be run In the United
States with a Jane Crow car trailing
behind pulled out ot the Hoboken ter
minal of tho Hudson and Manhattan
Tunnel Company at 7 A M today
William U cAdoo builder ot tun
nels and E T Munscr the Arthur
Hammorstcln looking general superin
tendent of the company stood on the
platform and watched tho process ot
iteerlng New Jersey ladles Into their
own special trailer with much satisfac
tion
Its a big succes said Mr McAdoo
nt Q nMntL tvMln tliA Mlnril nml nlnt
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form menthe latter In red caps for the
occasionhoarse from yelling This car
for ladles only swept the platform
tree oC hairpins and powder rags for
the competition to ride on the women
only cars was keen By the way
Frank Hedley of tho Interborough was
not among those present In fact the
McAdoo people had beaten him to It
Lonely Woman on First Car
At 7 oclock a tort of cold gray dawn
feeling was In the nlr of the subriver
tubes At that hour the main travel
nns confined to Imslfj looking chaps
with tin dinner palls nnd a few thin
tiredlooking girls with their lunches
vrnpptd in paper parcels
Aw Its all a kid Manic said one
n them as the head platform man
with a broad grin shouted
DIs yar car cs fer women only
Only one woman travelled In the Jane
Crow car on the llrst train over and she
Mas an Investigator Half an hour later
hn ieer as the trolleys and Lacka
anna trains began to bring In then
luudj tho redcapped platform men uul
the specially assigned Jane Crow steer
era fuund their hands full Before the
rush ft om both ends of 110 long plat
fit > Mr McAdoo and Mr Sluiifiar nerr
lep 1110 a Oft of otllcUl Island Hen
vii luc Indy leporturs they tool the
li 1ml iiuAdoos tall form towering
f fly > c the noutl like a watch tower wlta
Van ii h
I Muigcr thu Victim
k In the liciKlit of the excitement a
jitvvi eripher stepped UI to Mr cit
Ail and aehll If It couldnt bo ar
ranged that a man bo flashed I I ghted In
the ui ot trying to enter tho woman
it tar and eng evicted by the guards
ic aid Mr Me Woo Mr Mon
I pr 1 ill do It wont you Mr Mutt
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t i Krliiium said Mr tuner but
if jiMvtlielossi he dashed up to the Rtuird
rt the tilde door uf the womans car and
wn scUed and llaihllxhted as an In
vader of womans rights
huts the lust time I ever had a
j chance to chuck the bois off car
Continued on Second Pall
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I WILL KILL THE MAYOR
CRIES CRANK AFTER REYBURN
IN PHILADELPHIA CITY HALL
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Fights Guards as He Tries to Force His Way Into Office of the
ExecutiveHad Lurked About Building for
Hours Muttering Threats
IIIIIADEIllIIA March 31Whll
Mayor Heyburn was In conference here
I this afternoon with several citizens a
man said to be a foreigner attempted
to break Into the door leading Into the
Mayors private ofllce When detected
by a guard the man put up a tight and
exclaimed Ill kill the Mayor lie owes
me lots of money
Tho man whose Identllty Is not yet
known was overpowered and arrested
lie Is thought to be Insane
In the excitement It was at first re
ported that the man hail drawn a sti
letto but this proved to be untrue
When searched at police headquarters
I the man was found to be without a I
weapon The affair caused considerable
excitement In the City Hall It being I
rumored that the
Mayor had been as
sissltiatcd
The man gave his name as Wolf Wor
dell itKf < flrt > llo fnrs anti said his
home Is In the fnufliern section of thlc
u
city He win pronounced Insane by a
police surgeon and committed to the
Philadelphia Hnipltnl lie hud been
lounging In tho corridor lending to the
MnyoiH oflke since early thin morning
nail several lemons have been found
who overheard him making tinutn
against Munr Re > burn
Ma > oi Heyburn has been In the public
eye very much recently he having In
dorsed his wlres
itaml In her social as
liliallona nnd desire to be known as the
Lady Mayoress u title which some con
plderid an entering wedge to pocletv
The Mayors acceptance In his official
capacity of a permanent box at the
opera from Mr Hammereteln also
caused wide comment
Mrs Iteybiirns appearance on the
lecture platfoim some dayb ago when
she gave a description of her presenta
tion at court before King Dtnnnl and
Queen Alexandra with comments thereon
won her new attention
FIGHT WILL OF WOMAN WHO
I NAMED PET CAT SI JUDAS
Hundred Distant Relatives and Thirteen Lawyers In Contest
Over 330000 Estate Left by Miss Anna A Burnet
of Hilton N J
TU trial of the contest being made by
about one hundred relatives the near
est of which Is n cousin of the will of
Miss Anna A Gurnet of Hilton was I
begun before Judge Thomas a Davis In
the Orphans Court nt Newark X J
this afternoon She left an estate worth I
J > JIXIJ onethird of which she he
quiathed to charity and thc renitlnder
to relMhes and acquaintances Come of
whom she had lino n only a fen weeks
nn
I It If claimed by her lgal heirs none
of whom are of her Immediate family
i that she wai mentally unbalanced In
trying to prove this they presented evl
I donee showing that Mils Burnet had
maintained twelve cats In her household
whIch she had named after the Apostles
their nantftj being Inscribed on silver
colnrs which they wore One was St
Judas
Thirteen leading lawyers are engaged
In the litigation
MOTHERHOOD GREAT AID TO
ART MADAME GADSKI SAYS
Mine fiadskl flared up today with
domestic wrath when she read what
Olive Krcmstnd had to say about the I
Impossibility of combining married life
with an artistic career She said things i
It Is underMood that Mme IAuln
Homer who has twins who flourish In
health and celebrity will within a day
or two come to Mm1 Gndskls support
Mme Gndtkl has n daughter nearly
as tall and ns beautiful as herself She
believes she Is artistic and she has
proved like Ime Homer that the Is
domestic She says
Mme Frelll tad Is wrong She Is
wrong In saying that wIfehood and
motherhood are an obstacle to art I I
have found both of them essential to I
the development of my art and a great
nld to It I could not fully express my I
emotions until I knew the emotions ot
a trite and mother
Mme Fremslad says that children
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FIRE NEXT DOOR TO HER HOUSE
CAUSES LITTLE GIRLS DEATH
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The heath of a fnuryeaold chlKI n
VUlo tlalm todiv It bel > vrd to hae
been caused by a lire that occurred n v
door to her home yesterday She na
llndilelnf Campbell the daurhtT of M
aiiil Irs JJh Campbell tv tivs e him
i nil Ilnrrni avenue Karly yeMi ntv
hotff mtniirnt Iert dwr tv i S d
trid j a e ind the ran > bHI re
donip nns tllliil with sninlciv It ua
netssIrv to realm the little girl v IM
wni suffering from mea lev to the IM ic
of n friend
Hplnal meningitis set In and tlie clilM
dle1 today The attending physician
says the excitement of the rtreth d
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L ljb t
d
are a hindrance and not a comfort
My greatest comfort my rest from the
strain of acting and all the exactions
of my artistic life I find In my daugh
ter Before she was born I travelled
with a maid Now how much happier
I am with my own daughter for my
companion
Mme Gadskl said that she thought
Mme Frcmstads
propaganda might
do serious Injury
Supiosc she said all tho young
girls who are studying for the
opera
should gather the Impression that It
they would bo ginat artlati It would
be Impossible for them to marry Why i
we might lose omo of the talent that I
will prove the marvel of years to come
Vo 1 believe emphatically In the
home In children and In happiness and
In success I cannot see why children
and happy marrIages can In any way
place obstacles In the paths of happi
ness and success
fets of t hi sinri e and esnpm gas and
the reiinval of dir patient nil combined
i caiige Ie death
MARION C3AWFORD WORSE
SllMsrNTO Iily Mareli = I
Mm mil IliAfinl 11 Iiit wll
been il r 1 t ItO past hat i
< ii < l > ptin f tinijuhliil lIe i
I ami 11 a lesult the members uf lis
fatnlb who have gnihcreil here callnl
itt a Naples doctor In ruiiMillatlon Thii
physicLin declare the patient was IM
t no grave danger a hit he required
only lone mil abiolutt teat
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KAUfMANN
CHALLENGES
KETCHEL
Ready to Post SI0000 Side
Bet for a TwentyRound Go
Within Thirty Days
BOTH AFTER JOHNSON
Managers Ilave Covered
Champions Money for
Fight if Jeffries Declines
Billy Delaney manager for Al
Kaufmann the California heavy
weight authorizes The livening World
to announce this afteinoon a chal
lenge to Stanley Ketchel middleweight
champion of tho world to fight his
man for a J10000 side it within
thirty days before the club offering
the best Inducements
Kniifmnnn Is through with long
winded defiances he says and as
t sumes the attitude toward Kotchu of
put up or shut up Tim UOOOO side
bet money Is to be deposited when ar
ticles of agreement me signed It
I am sick and tired of this talk about
the heavyweight championship situa
tion said Delaney The best way to
settle the question Is to let Ketchel meet
Kaufmnnn In n twentyround go before I
any club In the United States nnd then
the winner of tho flglft will be the man
to meet Johnson
I am willing to lot Kaufmnnn meet
any of them Including Jeffries alit I
was asked by the Hayes Valley Club of
San Francisco to book a light with
them and I wired them back Imme
diately to go ahead and get Ketchel
There Is no question about Kaufmann
getting the llrst chance nt Johnson for
he was the first to cover John on <
posted J50t0
Both After Johnson
Wlllui Hrltt on behalf of Ketchel bus
covered the SOOO put up by Jack
Johnson to fight any man In the world
naming Johnson ns first choice De
laney also has posted live 1000 bills
to match Kaufman against the black
champion
The heavyweight pugilistic horizon
appears clearer today nnd challenges
are being hurled broadcast by the
champion and near champion big men
At any rate from the covering of
Johnsons nOOO bv both Ketchel antI
Kaufman the lItle fans are sure In
see results In the near future If
Champion Johnson wants a limited bout
It Is possible that Mannger Ullly flb nn
may get the match for his Kali mom
Athletic Club of the Bronx
Taking the dope the KetchelKauf
man go should be a whirlwind affair
Both men are young In the best of
fighting condition at present anti both
eager to rise to tho topnotch of the
pugilistic ladder
The Rival Fighters
Ketchel Is not quite twentytwo years
old Ills first battles were fought In
1503 His tltlo as middleweight cham
pion was seemed by knocking out Joe
Thomas In California Sam Iangfnrd
the black middleweight Is a contender
that Kelchel has not met i
The best fights In which Ketchel has
engaged were with Philadelphia Jack
OBrien Billy Papke Hugo Kelly Joe i
Thomas and both Twin Sulllvans all of I
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whom save ODrlen he finished with the
knockout punch The bell saved OBrien
last week Iapke scored a knockout
over Ketchel In inelve rounds last year
but Ketchel has since decisively beaten
him S
Kaufman or Big Al as he li called
on the Pacific Coast Is Just pai twcn
tytlnee years old and tips the scales
at 3Xi pound lie has knocked oit
Mike Schreck have Harry Sam Bersoi
Fred Bradley Jim Flynn and a dozen
others In quick time lie knneked out
Jim Harry of Chicago In thrtynnc
round lie ASS knocked oil fin i < I
a half jas aso by pUadclpila k
OHrln Int il t hi otpru t ill ii
laid fiat to hU 11k of ring exprr enec
T e bes ltittiia IoiiM do ttth Ja1
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AI XA 7TF AN 15C t ETs
GREAT VIADUCT BlOWN UP
SHOCK ROU f WHOlf CITY
In an attempt to destroy the new
J350000 viaduct between Hoboken and
Jersey City Heights now approaching
completion vandals exploded an Im
mense charge of giant powder at the
base of a pillar near the corner of
Fourteenth and Grand streets In Ho
token at 315 oclock this morning
The damage to the viaduct was com
paratively small but a frame dwelling
i house nt No 358 Fourteenth street
i some twentjflve feet away from the
scene of the explosion was prnctlcillj
blown to pieces fragments of Iron
were hurled halt a mile and the de
tonation was heard all over Hudson
Kssex Bergen and Passaic counties In
New Jersey and throughout Greater
New Vork
Thou nh of residents of Hoboken
anti West llnhoken ran from their
homes In their sleeping garments On
tile iower west side of Manhattan reel
ni > ni nwnkencd by the explosion opened
rlr ulndons and shouted Inquiries at
ach otlur across the streets Hun
iii o I teto ti for Information con
rtnrt the explosion were recetvfil lit
The Kvening oild office wIliiiit ten
hour tibet ttg lie shot k
fUrrn of I Ie JlclllntncKMnrshill
neon ltiii nato of Ilttsburg
ulcti has the contract for the Iron
lilac r > K > ii3liilllty lor tile out
tg A th i tot of tic > iiiKturjl Iron
workers unloa The i togicss of the
irk leas b Ii J > nn >
eiutg i ui ii t < lliu nnl It
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An Open Shop Concern
Tie Mi iMntnfuiiull liiuiin >
i iiiHMl < iM 1 > niHii > I > KtTn
01 t 11 ill tin plant at Ilfaburg and
utalile ol <
Nolhlni luit tue Interposition of mil
I t Ioui luck saved the explosion from
King Utcndcd by faulltlci Too live
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of n dozen persons were endangered
These occupied a frame ihvelintf the
front of which Is only 25 feet tool the
huso of the pillar ncnlnet vhid the ex
plosive was placed
They vere nil thrown from their beda
by the force of tho explosion but Mrs
his Young WAS the only one to suffer
iMiyslcnl Injury Her lift kg was cut
by a small piece of Iron which lieu
through her bedroom with the force uf
a bullet
The front of the house was pierced In
three places by fragments of iron A
piece of a girder weighing about forty
pounds was blown througn the front
wall of the building across the parlor
of the Hal of Mrs Fannie Pilgrim on
j the second floor through her pUno and
through the wall back of It Into her
I bedroom und against tho head of her
i brass bed which was twisted out of
I place by the Impact
The menace to the lives of the faml
Continued on Second Page
FLORIDA RESULTS
I IUKHONVIIIi FIn Mnrrli 31
The results todiv Ire
PirtST ItACKFlve furlong llawki
Klldit 107 Troxler 13 to r cfi nnd
11 hy iSv lenctli ay King
CO Urannan t to o I to I and out sc
i1 f ii i > I n I
5 to I and 2 to I third Tlincl 25 1
it i i < 11 Iearnrks
Choice C Clamp also ran
nt DM I IL ii > ml and n fur
u At V i i it > ln T to
I t i rh It niiliv
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n IIH > II III
to I I to I a III I I i Time i
t nk n1 K Flnght
I I rlilllr and Jalv
Kltlierbert a Is nn
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Monday Morning Wonders
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jHKlllfD TRIMBlf BOY
AUTOlST CONFESSED i jf
TO HIS AGfD MOTHfR t i I
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Dramatic Scene at the Home of Wi11
lam Darragh When Chauffeur and
His Mother Read the Accounts of f
Accident in Sunday Papers i
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GIVE YOURSELF UP TO
POLICE PARENT ADVISED
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Youth Left Home Sunday Night but the Detec
tives Believe He Will Soon Be Put
Under ArrestOwner of Auto
Aids Police
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Detectives Cousins and Brennick of the Central Office jwrcJent t
out in a hurry this afternoon to arrest William Darragh the chauffeur who 1
is accuse dof killing Ingvaarcl Trimble the tenyearold boy who was run
down by m automobile in front of his aunts home 1875 Amsterdam
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avenue at 10 oclock last Saturday night j
The detectives had received information as to the whereabouts of the
chauffeur who has been in hiding since Sunday night when he fled from
his mothers home at No 264 West One Hundred and Sixteenth street
us thE1F
IN FIRST REAL
BATTLE OF YeAR
co
McGraw Sends Ames Apinst
the Strong Memphis Team
of Soiihern League
i BATTING ORDER
Giants Memphis
Herzog If nienvilil cf
Doyle 2b Habb 3b
Murray rf Woodruff rf
Tennty tit Iranstnn 2b
OHara cf Ooulnon If I
Devlin 3b Care lb I
Hrldwell i > Untlsey e d
Schlel c IwdwU c
Ames p Kleber p
Umpire La n
BY nnziiMAX rjGjjv
MEMPHIS Tenn March SI A big
crowd of people were on hanil to srec
the Giants as lucy went on te Mom
phis field toiliv for It was nee that
they trains when the wnrl ham
plonslilp came to the Iolo Orouml
and they were itlll favorites All of the j
pitchers varnifil up during the prcllmi 1
narles hut JJcOraw saId that he would
In all probability pitch Matliewson and i
Wlltsf but lie laughingly told Charlie
Habb the local manager that he re
served the right to chanse his mind at
the last minute
Just before going to the grounds Me
draw telegraphed to Wllliert Uoblnnn i
who l < manager of the Colt to sord >
holmes the left hand pitcher to Join j
the SI 1nul dub of the Ainrricuti
Association Ho lies offered Denny
Meyer mIte outfielder to Ito er tree
nnhan for St Ioulf If tho former
Hunt decides tlal he wants him
Tie tntne stnrted off with n ruh
and for a few mlnites It looked as If
the Giants hail run slant bang Into a
t itl 1 > 1
1 No fodlshness tolav MrQriin c
fad i ks men > > V want fnl has
lall and piftity of t nil the IHMI I l
tote i bract is If In a flitlit for the
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S umplotishlp I
TIiy were yelllntf from all iirti of
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field vhtet the first bill
ihf 1I WH l
pltcheil and Charlie Habb who VHS A
former Olanl remarked tlmt he would
IUVK to hike off his hat to thai kind of t
pepptr and Inter
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The imllce learned that Darragh mad
a full confession of the killing of the I
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little boy to his aged mother after hi
ntum home latu Saturday night Hi
tout his mother that he had run down 1 l
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a little lioy and that he had escaped
without finding out who the boy was or <
how much he was hurt He itayeii
nrako most of the night his rtiotHer
pleaded with him to go to the pole
and rflve himself up at once Dafragh
rtfustd to do this <
Mrs IXirragh had been worriedbra
the jouthv actions for a week or mortjg
lit had been surly and had swdrrTat
her nml at his sisters She was almost
Inclined to believe that he was over
wrought and that the accident was less t
serious than he thought l
Hut In the morning when Darraglv i
got hold of the Hunday newspjperj
which told him what ho had done ha
was overcome with grief He still re
fused to do as his mother asked ahI
Klvo himself up lie cried with h iv
nor the newspapers and said he thousjit
Iho time had iome for mm to crfifgtt
Ins oftfnrtpoited threit lu ga toTsomo
Dth r ely lie WAS afrild to stir auifhf I
loors all day and after dark packed un l
s tow dot he and wont iwiy His fnm > j
I y do not know where he went t
It was only After throe days of the
harden kind of thorough routine wurkT
hit the pollen learned that the cart I
which killed the TrlmbU boy was own
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