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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, JANUARY 30, 1911.
start fr ti lan.i at Key West (ml alight
on olliI ground In Cuba, ninety mil"
way, M. Curdy nns:r; : j the fea.-
ii::ity f tiM nitht. H. iimmi mora
itilirloani than leg had I. ..I on. A
li.ttc tiroTa "I! nnd he would hive come
railing MfM Havana Harbor snd
"re hod Ills ... !,n itl.l.'l. I.. tin inc. 11
J ttilini.ivt of tha cheer or tens nf thon
l ! 'ho lud been awaiting hi ar
rival ulii.'n danh'cak.
. Teat In Pa, .'act Conditioni.
McCunly etaited from Trtmrbcj P eM
May West, at 7.S1 nr-to k ihla mornliMi
"Hlr.dehlng serosa (h open irmtar be
tan Kay Weat and this oily at stated
ntervala war fmir nrpadn boats, a
Micnne cutlet and a tonal .4 'Ihe..
:aft served the doable puftOtt af gmil
ing Mccurdy in hie night bj UM atowN
f smoke from their funnels and of
'ending by for rescue :t: -ai' bg I
nave to deereJed
The weather oo.Ktlrions ware PefTS '
Vlrrle- meaeeae". and alrnsla kept the
Immena.. crowd here posted a t Hie
- .grass Bf the aviator fr.m the time
"fa left Rev West Whesit'o' wwi oam
that l,e had feToppeid Into the a'ater
here was a avmpsithetlr outourt from )
nia emotions: throng of Cubans thai j
arnotrrrta-i aknoat to a panic. Then
..ante the n.'ws nha-t M-'nrdv wns aafe.
ud tine demonstration following Mil'
1 Information could not liave been more
.ST'4e had !ila HIMN taa i n ana
. -alUi sis eee.
The night was the longeat aver tried
r tvatei The moat preteiitbma at
. and a--o:nplUihed h-retnfore
waa a lumtd (.tip without ailgtst.rwr,
orar the Kngllah t'hatmal, a Mini da
ises .if about '.rt -eight miles
M.-i'urly establleheel In Mi flight to-
'ay that aeroplane fl'ghta of ti'W than
aw miles ever wa tar, In conJoii-Mo'i
srlrh nsval mantiei vraa. are destined 10
become tnt ootiitnonplate In Ihe hl-vor-
of na1jrnton. M..irdy a a .on
liellad lo wait fur hi uttainot fot f.i-
iimbln weather, owing lo the ila.ue
U a tlnlriff n a heavy aea, hut the
njierinieni of to-day ahoar thnt only
eaaoti ' le mechanical development will
DO raqulred to parfart an aaiMPlana
,.nnch will not only flout, iut be navl
. KUa In rough water.
Olttancod Fleet Warghlp.
The I'anldlng boal the moat eoutherly
afatlon in t'.ie lino of rraft glrotflllod
along: tha "on of Mot'urdy. It waa
atie.it twenty Mlgg "ff tha entrance of
the hjrhor. MH'itrdy paaied ovar the
I'aiMdlng, (ravelling at the rate of !H:y
aillaa an hour
Ha ajon loft tha apeedyi lioat fir
utero. etH tfie 1'uiUdlng aught up MM)
liim wltnln a foe- rulnatoa aflor hi
Iroiaioil u the aurfue of the aea.
-Va the aerupl.ine paaae over earh
of the guiding Matt) that loat heiult.i
t for Havana at full apaed. In .onae
ijuen.'e the Ojll bfOttitM up. lycniually,
I aoout fie rauldltig after M , Curdy had
been picked up.
Nawa thjt MoC irdy wae finally to at
tempt tha over water flight waa 'ablad
from Kay Weat early In the day. and
the reetflrM of the city at once pre
pared for n holiday. IliiBlnean eatahlleli
tnanta ahut down to give their cmployeee
an opKrt unity to greet the air vovhkim.
The a. m ehone biiguily. :iK the
early morning hate, nn-l liouetona antl
I other potnta of aittuge were Jaurnod
with atioaualaal lo men, women and rhil
tren. all tnxloua to wlimaaa the flntah
(if f .. moan antbitlouo "point-to-point"
feat over attempted tiy an aeroplanlnt.
liven tha (lovamtnent oftVeg ware cloaetl
and the accupanta hurried ot Jforro Cae-
tie awl took poaltlnna that would g-lva
1 thea a food view of atoCiardy aa ha en
tered the bay and flew over the city
toward Camp Columbia, where a lauding
i4aoe had bean arranged.
Drggppolnted Ner Fin'ett.
1 Thaw ware aevarnl fa lea alarma be
' fore Ohe elgnal waa given by thha ob-
eervar ataUonad on tha lookout wall of
I tha catle tha he had "plckad up" the
. emofca of one ot he ant ending flotilla of
torpedo doom and dewtroyara aoting aa
attend ante to tha aircraft. The boat
waa headed direct for the Iwrbor ga
traxtoe and anfary one tried hard to ca.tcii
Uhe flrat gilniglae of una approaching
A few minutes after tha torpedoboat
waa elghted It wao aeon to atop and
lara back on lta original tree Thla
waa the Brat word that the aviator
! trouble, and tha dleappolntment of
tha opeotatort waa acute.
Shortly afterward a wlreleea dea
natch waa racelved explaining the rea
aoa for the mlahap. It waa very brief,
elraply abating the the aupply nf lubrl
oaata had run out, and that In order
to aecapo dlaaater McCurdy had been
forced to deanend.
10,000 SAW START
OF LOSG FLIGHT
FROM KliY WEST
I XBY T"BW, Jsn. 30.- Atroospherlc
conaitlona last night praeaged good
' weather for a flight to-day Kxperiencwl
.ubsjarvara of the weather In these parti
"adaured KoCurdy and hie msnassrt that
tha ssa would he calm and the wind mod
erate for twanty-fmir hours.
sVaparataana wore accordingly begun
last night The aviator waa confidant
. that he would win the fs.000 pfias, f MOO
1 of a .dch waa oontrlhutad hy the Havana
.'oat aaiU 9,M by ths Havana City
1 1 our. I'
McCirafly had orlglnslly plsnned to
' start on lan J4 on the flight to Havana
I lis arrived at Kay Weat several days
heiore that dute gpd rartiilly ptepsrad
; for tha fllfbl. Uat Tuevay morning,
)iowevsjr, strhdsphrrie. nondltlnna war
auch that ha decided It would he unaafe
b) make the attempt. Day after day he
waited for raporta that tha wind waa
luodorstr and the sea ainooth But, like
vexst.oua imps, the elrrnenta rafuead to
e docile and poor MoCurdy waited Im
patiently, rearty at uny hour to risk bin
life In the attempt 10 fly over about
I dnety miles of open water.
Navy Fleet ss Convoys.
Ths Navy Department took active In.
Ia-st In the proposed flight and every
t facility at tie command was given 1.1
ie)p. Tugiioats and torpedo Imisi u .
letroyeri were ordereil to act aa nation
! loatH ten mllea apart to mark the comae
of the flUcht. Haaiy thhl nmralng thej
dok their stations Kirat , sme tha Cist
r Kerward ten utiles from abore, and
la.-, at Intervula of tell mllea .-a. :. the
fwg Masiiaaolt and the torpedo bog) da
wjoyera Kerry, Clayton, Koe und
At 0 A M forrt. WJItSS of tha MaHne
'MTI p- -eeded to the lallroad tnr
...: 1 from wiilch the atari naa to be
.sale. .'.11 uidVi w laista I to raise the
niiirt .i' flag to the top of the wl'elusk
mn over '-to feet I1UI1, rs a sir,,',.
ITkft ihe weather noDdllloiis were such
aa to tjgffall tt lae flldvil. At . A.
Beautiful Actress and Singer
Who Died To-Day of Appendicitis
anarVraaTawlalawawlll IIIBI e-
KM oftfll oat v fl H
B HHD H 'H Bv
1 h- -
M. I hSTS waa not enough wind lo move
Mcfurdv sto.l snout calmly smoblnat
a pirH- At tM o'cio.k ihe maafhttM
waa nillol Into place, and five inluntca
aflai- the hlg StOSjtn Whistle a: i'ic ice
factory woke up the town with a tre
mendoiin blaai and aliiioa; tin entire
population ruehrd Ihrousjh the atrasts
for tiu- Marting point. It l osi riatsd
that U,Ma poopls aaw Iha siaM, Mayor
ogarti, with Ho. entire paHod force.
?ZJrLjr? 2" I
ASKED TO AID IN
(Contlmiad from First Page)
iectlng aweeta in the atore lietween HI
1 ml l 1 i look.
Aositmlng that the girl una then on I
the way to thi Arnold oome at No. 10S 1
Eaat Seventy-ninth atreet and that ahe
choae t walk through tho Park--a fre
quent i nl.lt with her It would have
been dark under the trcce and the walks
Would have beau well nigh deserind of
pedaatrlana long before aha reachod the
point where ahe would emerge upon Ih
However, the backifxine of ihla line
of suggeatlon Man smashed when tha
Investigators exanilmsl tha aaio allps
tinned in on Dec. II by the clerk In
Cnarge of l'ark Tllford'e candy de
partment. In consecutive number ths
(lips ran from No. 60 to No. 12. The
number of Mlaa Arnold'a purchase was
either No. n 01 No. 90, which would In.
dlcate with reojonahls certainty that
slio visited the atore aoou after 12
A more likely hypotlieela than tho
one entertained by tha father would lie
that after leaving her home Just before
the noon hour ...las Arnold went afoot
to the store and bought candy; then
continued on her wuy down Fifth ave
nue to Drentano'a and bought Inht
novel, then rode lo the Poat-OSoe at
Hroadway snd Mstl street, whore there
ensued the little scene which lias nl.
rssdy bean dea-rlbed In thla paper,
Therefoie It can ie stated as fact
that tiM Poet-filce Department la con.
duotlnK an Inquiry of lta own Into the
atatetnent that Mlaa Arnold was at the
geneial delivery winnow of the main
Past-office around 2 In tho afternxin
a fact which was printed exclualvely
In The Fvenlng World on Saturday
The paaaln, or the houri aaras to
amphaaiso in the mlnda of the tiovern
ment people the belief that Ulna Arnold
ivae the Wail dreaaen young woman, ac.
companlad poaalbly by a toala compan
ion, wno received a letter bearing a
foreign postmark and Immediately
thereafter hurried aa-ay.
May Be Mlllhand.
Paapttchea from Detroit, Mich, to
day say that a girl believed to be I or-
FIRST FED. THEN ARRESTED.
Policeman Hrllrvn Ueggar la John
Whlln Policeman Slew art Do Witt cf
ths I'aat 1 'no Hundred and Twenty,
atxth airaat atntlun, huh at dinner to.
day In Ills home it t No M Has: Forty
third airaat, ( tramp Knvkeil at the
hack door and aaKad for fend,
Do Witt lot the man In nnd fid lilm.
Wlilli. h wiag gglhllM) I ' U)g tramp lie
thought he rscoatnlssd hkm aa John bCIl
lei-. No. t,M1B In tin. Ro, :ea' ilallory,
rlio was wunied for grand Itirciih), Do
Win pig Pad tlie man under rrat and
hilar arraigned 11I111 In tho Mori lean la
poMoa Court Thar, tha itiin uii he
una Andrnw Xllllrr and denied thul he
1. ad ever oominlnod .1 . tlinu. He wna
1 em:, -id. d for xsiulnatloa ai Police
aV a. - irrv v id v
mm mm waasBS vw iiivi
oil, Arnold. It now In one of tha llk
ni lla at llcl.ilng. Mich. The authorities
dr clare that a young woman, oloaely
tniWW llMJ Ihe de, rlpilon nf the mltoi
tng hell evi, rcgllert at a iwitel at
C AlWOn Villa, Ml h., taut week, leaving
the same nlxht after asking the way
to Melding. Ths girl naa atyllshly
drew. I uiid l'i".'laterel at tile MOMSfc
Hotel, Caraonvllle. nmter the name of
Jennie Wllllinna, New York City." Hhe
Wdtwd the deception of the ml-.,,.
helreas to a dot.
Tha gill In. ii, red where ahe could
purchso a copy of n New York morn
ing tuijMar. When told that It was no.
to ha obtained In town slie ncemal
very much disappointed. When aho
returned to tho hotel aho Inquired of
the proprietor concerning the silk
mills at Melding of which ahe aald
she had rend and heard.
Hho purchased a ticket nnd left Car-
I aont.,e 011 the A. 30 o'clock train. The
viiunit womsn waa Weil educated, wore
a dark bluu akirt, a white wulat and
a pony akin coat.
In a cablegram received from Flor
ence. Italy, to-dsy It woj atated Ihst
Uoorgs rf. Urlscotn, Mrs. Oriscom and
Ueorge 14. Uiiaoom Jr. sallad from Genoa
on 6aturuay for .Sew York on tne Noit.i
OanMUl Lloyd ateamslilp llerlln. They
nad hecu In Klurencs sloes Dec. li.
"WO ,laya beiore the Urufoms nrrlve.1
1' iurem e a cabltgiam una receiveu
vvhlcii wan 11.. 1 .1 ' iuiKrta,il a-nd cun-
mangf I." The cablegiain was algncu
onmiiicnli." Tula la Ihe cable addie.s
for the law firm of tlsrvau t Aim
strong, iiieii followe.1 anoiuer cauie
gran,, sum tiaa.nl 10 Gcoigo d. Hiisooiu
jr. It ale 1 wad aigneu "Uai varuioon.
After youu Urlacou, uaU rcaa tne uiaa.
eiae lie is eaiu to navu rcuiai aad to a
"Arnoid Is msklng .erloua trouble."
Seized Grucom Let. era.
Just urnliu 111a MUltUJI last 1 or. n a
lasi Mun.iay a young man and a veiled
woman caned on luein at tuelr lio.el
and a long conleiou u reeulied. Beuue
the vim 01 a left the h u-i tney aalied
two packages of luttere in the room 01
tjeorge d. tirlscom Jr. Wlwu the con
te.ua of these letters were or why they
were eelied la not known. Neither ouuld
the iduutity of the 1111111 and woman bo
When Die abve caldogram waa shown
to Mr. Keith he a, id the c.irraapondeni
must have got hla dutee inlxod. Then
"I believe thut the cable refers to
a vlall paid by young John W. Arnold
brother of tho miaalug glii, to the (Jrla
com family on Jan. in laal. Young Ar
nold did see the tirioroma ami waa
accompanied by an aged lady, a frlund
of the Arnold family, who knew Doro
thy and happened to be staying at Flor
ence. 80 far aa I kniw there was no
aelsure of any packer of lottera. and
I inn t imagine what nuggeetod aucb an
"Aa to the rest of ths cnblsgram, It
appears to bs aubatanttally corrset so
far ks I know."
"Whst was the meaning, than, of tha
expreaelon ised by young Oriscom
whan he read the cablegram ho re
ceived?" Mr Ki Ith was naked.
"I'm sure 1 don'l know." said Keith.
"I should have atated that I have no
knowledge of whether th;a Is true or
not. I can'l Imagine why Oriscom
should have made such s remark."
IN BOST N TALLIES
WJ TH MISS A I. SOI, 1)
BOSTxiN, Mnaa.. Jan (l rnyilclana
and police, waiting at the City Hotpltal
for some s'kh of eona'lntiineas from a
young woman found ahit or demented
In a doorway In Iluiitlnaton asaaual
early to-duy . anxloualv dlaruaaad
DOaalblllty Ot her being Mias Dorothy1
Aeimil of Nw York iha a..i,..
Anion, .ew ioik. tne missing ,
Dr, White examined her and said ahs
wits suffering from nothing but loss uf
Aa dea -rthed si the hospital, aim Is
twenty-eight yiars ol.l, I, fen inch
In height, medium cimplcxliin, brown
i..ilf und . M , black fur hut, gray rain
mat. gray sweater, black skirt, fancy
wsisl, black button shoes with Cuban
heels ut. 1 sllp-on rubber. t si ruch
tiaiid waa a larue Hid valuahlo diamond
ring. In tier purse was J Hi.
10 ' I A COIJJ Lai UMK uxt
rat i.axiiivi uuiiatu guimas r.u.
tyraaslMii lefunil aiuuss U 11 tails lu uars. al.
alOVd i ssgaMss la as alj ava. aea, a,i
FOUND GAS LEAK
AT GRAND CENTRAL
Engineer Testifies Many Pipes
Passed Through Battery
House at Spot.
STORY OF MOTOKIVUN.
Discharged lirnployee Tells of
Crash Made Unavoidable by
Failure of Brakes.
A fifteen-font Iron tank Ailed with
Plniarh ga and a formidable appearing
apparatue from the chemical laboratory
of Columbia Uniterelty were exhib
ited In rha coronere' courtroom to-day
when the Inquaat to learn the rauee of
th expiotton that apread death and
dtaaet-r In the Now Tork Central Hall
icad yarda at Fiftieth atraet and Laa
IngtM avenue on the morning of Dm,
Hi waa negun before Coroner flolta
liauaar and a Jury.
The origin of the explosion, which
resulted In thirteen deatha and In
Juries to mora than one hundred, has
oeen grnerallv ascribed to a leak in
lag I'lntach gaa apiairatua, and, acting
on thla .lasumptlon, Aaaiatant District
Attorney Ueorge A. Lavella haa for
aeveral weeks been conducting expert
I menta to determine the exploelve power
I of ', uas 11,. announced to-day that
these experiments would lie repeated in
the courtroom In the course of the In
quest. Theory of Broken Pipe.
Tha New York Central la represented
hy Alexander P I.ynuin, general at
tOrney, and Martin OtlHfgM, hla as-
alttant. and tha New York, New Haven
A Hartford by Charles M. Hheafe Jr.
The lintach Gaa Company's Inwyera
, . , ,
are Thomaa W. Churchill and George .T.
1 1 e.vpie. ,
Tha axploalon occurred at 122 o'clock
In ths morning. A six ear train In
charge of Motorman Albert Seairoatt
-am unmanageable shortly after 7
o'clock and backed loi a buffer,
knocked it over and demolished a
cohimn which supported tha structure
In ths suu-atatlon.
This Is auppoaed to have caused a
leak In a 1 1-4-lnoh pipe and released
J0.000 cubic feat of Plntach pa Tha
gin Ion ot tills gaa. rt la claimed,
oauaed she explosion that waa like an
earthquake, that broke windows within
a mile radius and caused a rain of
glass that Injured a cores.
Walter U Morse, orvll snarlneer, who
draw the plane for the tracks and the
oonstrucilon tor tna Now Tork Central
terminal. Identified a lot of blue prlnta
and plana, whlah were pi seed In evi
dence. Mr. Moras lectured on tho physical
condition of the terminal at tha time
of tha accldant. There wore six hays,
or calls, ha aald, under the battery
house, near Fiftieth street, tha building
which waa blown up. These cells ware
rparsted by partitions of corrugated
llron, none of them gas-turn t, and ona
of i hem open. Runnln, through these
cells, said Morse, there ware pipes for
steam, water, comprsaaad air and
Plntach caa. Tha last mentioned con
nected with a large tank and there was
more than 150 pounds of pressure In It.
"How were the plpea protected In bay
No. 2, which waa open?" asked Mr Da
vrlle. "Tl,ey had piers to prolaot them from
collision, " said tha witness. 'The pipes
were about two and one-half feet 'rum
the base of the pier, and there ware
bumping posta on eaoh track. Aside
from thla, the pipes ware all In the
open air, so that If they were broken
It could be soon by men In tho yard."
Pound Laak After Craah.
Morse after the explosion found that
all of t'.ieee ptpee were broken hy the
crashing f the train Into the bumping
post. There waa n V-shaped opening
of about one-half bach in tha Plreibch
"Were all of those pipes In operation
at the time?" aaked Mr. 1. avails
"I couldn't aay," said the engineer.
"It wasn't nscesaary to have them all
In operation It was nereaaary to have
the steam and the watar, but not the
gaa. We are running now without
Albert A. Ueagrnatt of No. East
Fifty-eighth etrset, motorman of the
train thut la ealu to have bumped Into
the buffer und cnuaed tha axploalon,
followed Morae. He said he reealved
notice of dlamlssal Jan. 17, 1111. Ha
was sua;iended, however, the day after
"On the morning of Dec. U, MO." he
said, "at 7.20 o'clock. I was ordered by
the ywrdniaater to pick up four oara.
.Some of my contact ahoee were broken
and the yardmastar said he would give
me a start with an elsotrlr motor. 1
didn't turn on my current till tna
at her motor stopped puehlng me. Then.
at- aoout worty-etxth street, I atsrted
si snout etgtit mllea an hour."
"Did you lest lha airbrake before you
"Yes, hut I couldn't tall about It
while I was standing still. I put on
the brske at full service at Forty
elghth street, and It slacked the tram
s litre I felt the wheals aklddlns s
!) aeconds after
"What did you dof
' ' reieaee tne nraxe no, me
V' dldnt Inorassa-ths current hsd
br,n ,urnt(1 off b.lwn Forty-seventh
and KOrtv.elrhth ateaala Th. nluu
jf the brske didn't have any effect. I
tried It again at full aervlce, but It
didn't do any good."
No and en Train.
"What did you do then?'
I rnveiaed the mot,.,- to the iPH
nolcii, but It didn't ,uiti any effect.
Thla waa at Korty-nlnth street "
' i"l you havs any sand or any ap
pliance for HCtlng a netter ho'd on the
rlnagiostt aald he hnd an emergency
hand brake, hut didn't have MM to
' from your eauvrienre lu ruuiiliig
Rich Doctor Who
that rlaaa of car. tell the Jury whether
that airbrake, will you had npplted
.wlce, v.... 10 irood worklnir or.ler on
, the lltth of Decembar. min." aald Mr.
1 "' 1"n't think It waa." said Hengrontt
ImoufV h"n1 y" " Wt the DlimP"
"aauMii t ... ,ti
About four or five milea an hour,
The tram hit fhe protection n;er We
: ari run along on the gtoun.1 for about
twenty-eight feeat. 1 k" off tho car
then on the weat side of the train he-
twaen hays 2 snd . and went down the
track and reported t lie accident to the
yardmastar, Oscar Kruger." 1
"Dld you not. co sny timber or oh-
etruotion on the tracks frcm the time
your wheals began to akrld?" asked the
"No," aald HeargroatU
The terminal engineer had testified
that ills Investigation showed lumber
and tlinbera smashed against the gaa
Heard Hissing After Bump.
"What happcred when you lilt the
"The train stopped and I heard a
hlsalng sound like steam. I didn't . n
"Did you tall Tarrtmaster Kruger of
the hissing soundi"
"No, sir, I told him I had hit the
bumper and he told me to go to track
13 and get a car and pull The train
back into position on track 1."
"Did you do 117"
"No. Tha explosion occurred fn the
Lawyer Lyman, for tha New York
Central, asked If It wasn't a rule that
ensjlneera must not start a train wlr.i-
out trying to see If'the brakes are in
"Not srhen w ere awltchlnar.'' eatd
rteaarroatt. "We hv to bp,ng t!-e
trains In ouraaelvae, e have no ccewa."
"You hetve testified taat there was no
sand In your oir," aald Mr. lyiveile
"la fand ever csrrled on theau mul
tiple unit cJira?"
Oscar Kruger, ya-nlmatar for the
New l'ork Centtal, leatllled that he
had given Srngroatt lile ordara tltat
ia.ual the collision Into the bumping
block, and aa there 'were foUT oontact
wh'iee broken from Haagmatt's car gave
him n rmeh of aloul six.y feet with
another motor car.
Kruger' a testimony was wholly cor
roborative oil iSeHgroatl'a. I.Ike the mo
torman, lie dWn't ae any timbers on
or between the tracks hi.foru tlie acci
dent. He had walked around the hump
ing block at 1.10 o'clock.
ACT ON REPORT OF
A.tiTl.VNY, Jnn. 30. AsemMyman Sic
cus Introduced n reaolutlon providing
that the DtHtrlct-tAinrney of New York
lie aakid to transmit to the l.egtalattir
teotlm.iny and papers showing what ac
tion has been taken in rrirard to the gas
explosion In tho ya.r1i of the New York
Central which lesultod In losa of life nd
extenalve damage to property, and fixing
the blanie for tho occurrence wblch the
rscohitlon says "was dus to the neglect
of soma official or officials."
POLICEMAN IS INDICTED
FOR SHOOTING A GIRL.
Policemen James J. Walsh of tihe
V, at Thirtieth street station was this
artom.wn Indlnted hy the (Irand Jury on
a charge of manslaughter m the Drat
degree. He Is aocusod of shooting and
li.ng Mlaa Iucls I'ati. in.it Nov. H in
front ot No. iw West Twenty-elgrHh
On tlhe aien.tng of that day the young
woman was standing on the stoop of tne
rwemy-cdglith street houss nhen she
suddenly atagerd and fall.
Dateotlvas 'brought several wltuessee
liefore Chief Inspector Max B.'hmltt-
Derger eni aien was arresieo. Acoro-
I Ing to the witnesses, Weiah was wlUi a
oung nman who was maltcl y an
1 Wa eh. who wae off tutm In nlvlltaai-a
n'.othea, after a fight with the Utallan
pulled hla revolver and fired a ant.
which missed ths trtuu and struck Miss
Calcanat. sccfv.lljvg to the wltneaeca
MewPJ Jrt Jg0
Judge Swinn agsd plcailad not guilty to
tho Icdb i uint He was r. .iw I on
ALMANAC Pull Tfl-DAt,
Bkm rtsea. 7 111, em :... fi lo:M'iiin sets....
1 Mil Tllil.v
asiub tii.os ....
QatenMM 'a l.iaud
I HwrV sH
mm jmmi M
my ,tM,. ' m m
Hi 1., asssssswawaia M
mm. ' Wm - : Mm
' 1 Kh - , II
BMswSilfwal sCMtl I
1 ' '
Room With a Girl
ram liAOB dJalMlsIl tvo-: ear-oldr:
tlirea ifurlona. -Slater Kl.ir.ne, 112
(OoMatatn). 4 to 1, 2 to 1 an.i avail) flrat i
Amerlcsn Otrt lT (ButWell), N to 1, 4
lo 1 and 2 to I. secoad; Nello. 0T ilmvlat,
1" t 1, 4 to 1 and 2 to 1. third. Time,
n.;W. Nannie M. Dee. Nadtv NOrie. Ma
aardi Til'.inl Thorn i. Kriigli-n, Sll.ia
QruntPi luiatman. Rmlly, Morris, RtUan
fit and HyntioJc also tan finlaied as
BsVOOMD UACfl-Selling: three-) ear
olds and upward six furlongs. O-
wahwa, H'7 iM' Cahey), 7 to 1, ." to 2 and
even, won; J. b. ltuoinson, loil itlordoni,
i to I, to I and even, aaeondi Kern, 107
(Hutwelli, 4 to !i, 2 to 5 und 1 to 3. third.
Time, Mil. Fa bare ham, .Mi-Deed, leen-
dune, Anna. Mllpbalh O. and Hyin Wolf
a'8" ran uu I linrjhed as named.
ratarT ItAOKsxjiJM; for foui-yenr-
J olds and upward; five nnd one-half fur-
loug.i. Nr.intg. i ncie jim. i, 1 1-. ,,aes-
soni .". lo 1. even. 1 lo J, w m. T. II.
Spent i, l; (Irvln) 10 -to 1. 4 to 1, 2 t !,
second; KarhiSUi Doyle, 11,", (MoCloabsyj
;7 to I. lo 1. eien, thlad, Tlnvo,
t1l l-o- Colmo, Polly Dye, Shepherds
Song. ClAlborae, D.mnti.ni, otto Stcfall,
.lohuny W. n . . i Little Lighter also
i ran and finished hi nam i.
SKCUND hack i font -vaar-
"o"1 P 1 Bva anil u ilf furlonfft!
selling -Sand- Hill. I" , ,, ..,.;rie.D, 3
' 8 to an I .1 to ton Lucky
state, lit) (Dnnovam. I i 11 to 1,
and I to ;., second fJhtpHj, lit
(TTOKlai I. 5 to. 1, S 1-. nd to 5,
third. Tim.. 1.12 4 -." . ,. ri or llva
dlOth, Dandy Dancer Black Domino.
Ameron, BasTarda. Melaar, Charlotte
Hamlliou and t'hle:' Itayaa al" ran.
kikkt Hki'li Pursai aujd'asi io-oe-oldsi
ttin full. Hig.; rtsnc. I CO Oolilmlaa, 1 t ; Col-l-iter.
ni.lN,.. US Wslttr Heott, Hi.': Ohi.f
Jaeksm. (Ill Ari... II.'. PilnM i'l,. tUi
M..sot. Ill: l.-k I, Hiitunk. ItJi W, H,
l-'iiel. lir,; .,i Eaton. 111!, i.l Editur. li.V lb)
ll tlil Hill, ilf llil Allan. Ill imi WllUaau
riitrr. It.l Hhiflita eiifTv.
laCOND h(jE -ilelllna; Ibiee-lrSaf-eMsj fe
furl. .n. -Ynra, t, l.lllj Paiton. toJ: BUM
K m. Ilr.; I1I. MR. Ti:,i. lo", Ann-n.-arr r
11,7; Wort Worth 101. I.lanu. loa. Mania rex.
11" Ited Hob. 110
THI BP RAPB-rPgrssi three -seir-nlJn and sVI
fiiiles mid sssissaui; firr sm oaadisn liirSonsa
r;n Bo m Crafc at. ftffaeIt, tai. Hcnni.
10.1; V-uu W.lie., HSt Wins Thu. HT
I'lll ltTII IHI r: Man UCSp; tl.ree i,r ulde. Slid
u.'l out mile. White WihiI, t7. lteihuurn, llj,
AldiisB, list; t in.. Fisher, 1H. Cmsnla. 112.
M.rv !.,. 112; lie. rimneu. lta: iaell I'sfker,
114. Mn.t.r n.lien 121
niTII RATE Sailing : three vear-elds and n",
soa Bails. 'AUtyis, 7. Ttie whbi ib; Judae
Monk. Mi iii".iintut. Mi pet rat. ;,; B
ler.an, 112; Alirs.lon. ll4; Camel. Ill: Joe
SIXTH llCli Srlliiig. four vtar old aud
t'f mllr- tnA sbmmitv nU. 'Isoniji Kfil,
rwi lji"m. .. H(s Mm,''.,n. ID . Auut
KBM. HpU. UUbpM leOt'l IM: V'-nrm lUv
JJemi Hrunuiit-I. IW, Uohfl A., M, MuEh Wli
jut li TQurpar. n. .ui.i;,iji. 111.
I svnofw tlir pOUaMf apjirwuli-f s1!oyq(h
1 oaolt'Lt five i-ffiaw aprrrntlp nVi-.Ttirf
riltHT llkCK -Hlltae; tsneHr .ilrW ahnat
llaas firrlousa.- -llulli Jarksnn. loe, I 'uiatiiuin
litan. 107. Dull) Hnniett, Intl. I'ldura. llo.
Klexntliie. 110; Leidlimli. 110: Aiuiie Lotvelae,
110. Utile lhlteb. 1111. Hattaiu. 11a. AnnU
Lirr&nai and Utile DntsSl, ,i . 1 . . eritri.
Mil Kl' '. -!.... .:. r . , aiMt
tiuwaj'l; mis mil.- Irtis.i, IMI; A Utr-iT, loa;
kaavleae, lira. "Kim J tlie Mist, nl; Uamly
iNincar, 10d; l.c line 107. Iiialir,, 107;
larea. 107; Wools:. ine. 07 Hsetiiif. 1(17; Cau
da,. 107, Johnny Wise. 107; Plrst ' 110.
1'IIIUi HACK .HsUliia, lliree-.Mirol.la ... 1
iinvoMil; ins pafls. 4Atols W., . llblliaiS.
HI. Hlaie ie 1'raiaia. Ul, Hat.-. 01. bis Lsrk
f I Id Vugaiia Uiiilxy. 10.1 . It .: 1.4. h
bC. larlv lUtU'le. Ksl, I'mah I'atsen. 107. It -'mil
Kit; Claiborne, lo; Jolui (anoll, lu7
Juose Saufflsi, Iter, rials Jim, 107.
Knt'ltTH RACK -Hdhns; Ihiea vsr-alds and
iiliwarrl. aU fudonaa. "rhia, M; Inaiactor
ilsntral. S, EnJlV Lae, 74; "Brlfhl Meldm.
M Uw Hill, ati, ,. 11 II.. IB. Autumn lilrl,
DO, Maoi.ock. iv, Kaillatloii, 101. Aruatla a.
hi T.iai Rhaiv. II'.'. Hinaer. 118.
I'lFTH R ACE H, Ulna: four-year olds eorl no
wsrd, flee furluiiae. clisaatc. u(, Mi I . 102:
lyiul., K ItC. Cortoia
iont. K . . liRi. .ord. us. ion. i.HHisn. ion.
11..1 lis. Ta.kh. I OH Jobs "I
Hartnaail. lie, .... 11m i.ii.u .larra, 10
b Vndrrws, 1US. Tamar, 10H- Ylr. Ilollla. 110
I laaann 1,0, llsaaina llo Htrouaian.l. til.
SIXTH BCS atlWg; ll.r 1 .ai 1.1- sod un
said mlh aail a slits, nth I.oul. Kats. 10;
I,r, Bl: Profile. 101; Ka-ilisn, IOS ; B..1.
iulma'. IM. Heart I'sag. 106. Utls Caianagh,
UFlrs rmuliels ant e, nrfrs allovaaea elalmed.
"thiee lieiuvlii aciittutbe alluKancs claimsd.
Wealtlir .le; tri.es. taat.
Aes tmpuss matters wldsh ths akla. llvtr.
aklneis anel other organs ranaot tsts oaie ol
IMmils. hivlls, . sesems snd uUts arutilljaa,
loss uf ai.petiie. that tired tetltag. bllluis tnma,
fits of ludlasstl u. dull htadaaaai and many
oihir tmuuloa sn dus to laeaa. Ilisy ars is
lo uiual liuuld t nil 01 III ,t,. .UtseJ labiate
known aa SsrsaUbe. , uu aMM tu
(Continufd from Klrat Pogv.i
Hut to a I queatloni regarding tile kill
ing of ihe physician ahe would oarf
anwer: "Don'l a.k me' DOD'l u'k HMl"
From the station bOUSg aha waa re
moved :.i !"ii O.scv Market Court to
ho arraigned on I tOOflfllOaJ eln-ge and
iialil wltboat Ixinda for further ex itn
lnation. Miaa Bui oagalitpo live WlUi liar
motiier at No. WMIiarn atrcel. A
reporter for The Btnsaiac World uwi
the neK of Dt OMslld'g dentti to t!te
"The doctor wa oil- family phyai
clati anl .had rcrontl" bwMI trea'ing my
daughter for a aevare could." she aald.
"If hc waa In hl office w!en he waa
hot I am tire tiiat ahe 'had only gone
t.'iTe na a patieim. Madellna left home
this morning aa uaual to go to tha r'np
(n Twenty-thlnd. streai, wlia.-a e'id
works upon children' dreaees "
An agent of the Metropolitan Life lu
eiirsnce Company who wan rnlllng ut
the BatiSKalupo home tokl the repprtal
that Madellna licfore going out tnle
morning left the Inauranco paymentl
for two weeks, Inatesd of .'or one, (Thick
liad hitherto bean her custom. The In
surance Is on her own life.
JEFF DAVIS TAKES A SWAT
AT ROOSEVELT AND DEPEW.
WASHINilTON, .Ian. 20. Senst irlal
aauftaay received a ahoek to-day at tho
hands of .Senator Jeff Davis In the
course of his spec, i n IvocallnK the
electiou of .Senators by direct vote nf
the people. Making direct allusion to
Senator lei''', who is opposed to that
method of choosing members of the
upper Houe of Congress, he aald:
"Tin senior Senator rrom New Vork
need not frcl himself alut the negroes
of the South or tho'r possible disfran
chisement, but rather may iie, when hla
term sua'; have expired, betake him
self to tiie courts ot the Old World,
there to bask In the ednshlne and
smiles of the crowned heads atvl bow
down In BUrrtbj un a at the shrine
of royalty. Tills will bo a titling close
to the career of the senior Senator
from New fork."
Mr. imvIs Incidentally anaHnad f ir
mer Fraasdatll Rooaavall as one having
"sn undying thlral f r dlotatorahlp and
an unpftsslad amhltioti to rule." lie
added that the popular will may be
trusted and said thla fact was demon
strati d at the last cleMlon, In which,
ie oontendedi the former ITcsldent was
m varety rabuked.
Mr. IHivis also Incidentally dlscjd
the cose of Senntor I.oiimer. urging
that "the Senate should purge Itself of
his mime." 4
POLICEMAN RESCUES GIRL
FROM MEN SHE ACCUSED.
Jennli Iti undy of No. 3n Kn Wvti -third
atraet, walking be: warn, two mn,
apnosMal -lo l'oiiienian lliim.ncU ot tlie
Kllsabetn wtrert -itatlon .i-ilay to rescue
her. Hhe aald tiley hail sprn-oachwl liei
on the strswt anl told her tlva'l M aha
did not gi with them to a houac at No.
M Water street they wouW tMfa bar,
HummaU erraatad the two, Amltlo
Coputo and Joseph Tnlsclino. CoputO
said that lie lived at tlie Wntet atraet
aeSdreaa. The Dtatrlet Attorney sent
I Datactlve Bttwln Lesigh to hnd out whui
sort of a plaea it was.
It ivaa i. in. manage 1 by Ueg.na
Stella, .' . i -aged woma.i. Thara
ware three glla there all undeit els;!,
taan viars old. one ol tlicm. Bmcna
Novetua. aald that a'i helungid in
i Mariner's Sn ig Harbor, on S:ater,
'island, and bead bain appr I by
i Coputo on the atraet. He gold bai . .
slavery lo Mrs, rttelia abotsl uiree
weeku ag '. She ha. I ti le! to gi : awaj
avaml llmaa, but hnd been locked In.
They had agreed t.i let rer go in- I i'.
if they found a BtfbStlttlea for hag, T.ic
Qarry Botlat nuk chwxa of the o::ter
two girls. Mrs. Stella was arrested.
Tslachno waa turned over to tie Kills
Island authorities lo be departed.
GIRL FINDS AUNT DYING.
PERHAPS SUICIDE BY GAS.
Mrs. Emma Riddle, n widow, forty
two yeairo old, who lived 'With her
sister, Mrs. Henry MrCauley. in an
apartment at No. 37S West Knd avenue,
As Arctic explorers forti
fy themselves with a
supply of good tea, why
not contend with Arctic
conditions here by takinj
opportune cups of deli
Pound. Hnl f round A. 10c I'ackagvR.
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('!!. willc nr lillitllH an 1 man
will nsll lih full II
fur 11,. , I ili ll-ieeS loe ill. In mil
uri r 1 1 unr nr miihi ua i - - l - laJh-il
Vf-I I ITH HP-I I'llOI.HI KltlMl to ,
mW id-Ms ess Jiui ,..i aih .11, .
" U1 'I'tWBS Jtlii CLslSSS
RICH DOCTOR SHO
WHILE ALONE IN
ROOM WITH GIRL
f gaa poiaorlng this afternoon
rlrciimetsns tltat Indicate sul-
The woman na a line In the hao-e
w-hen her Ittlle niece, Kay fcCnttIe .
i-ame home from echo L . The aunt
tiatially got Die c'.'ll.la l-.mch, aa '.irr
mother, Mia. McCaulO)', works Mi 1
drassniaktnd asurtH I sh menf . Wuen thl
h'ld failed to get Into the Hat MM
went and got her mot tier. They
knocked In vain, and the HUM hi n'
Ian cllmhc.i on 1 rear ArS-SdCapg und
got In t!ie hltchdn window.
. no lor SUM mOOMClotll on
'!ic klgotMB Door, lne of the i-ocke of
t'ie kh" UbS nut open and the flit wa'
fi led wltli gaa. Mrs. McCMMjy called
Dr. ilah, t!i fiunlly pnjwlclan, rrom
No. Jon la-nox iivcfif.. lot tjv lira
he got to the oparttnrnt htf aialer was
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LOT, FOUNO AND HtWMHJa.
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