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GRAND JURY TO PROBE BATHTUB MYSTERY
LAWYER O'REILLY GETS 5-MONTH SENTENCE
WuTHMalkllKn to-iilulit l Inrailnr ninflllf.
i i H iii.nfn to-niahii raeedsy .nn.
PRICE ONE CENT.
NEW YORK PASTORS A UNIT I
FCR CONEY ISLAND PARK
PLAN OF EVENING WORLD
Proposed Seaside PlayRroun I
ruiua 1 1 c i muting
the City's Clergy.
AID IN FIGHT ON DIVES
Resolution Urging Board of
Estimate to Act W ill Be
Xrettere are being reoelved by The
venlng World from clergyman all over
tka greater city unitedly In favor of
mora beach for the paopla at Coney
Island. They agree that a Greater Bea
Me Jfark would Improve the morale of
tka people'e playrronnd. They aapport
lb project of the extension of a clean,
healthful are owned and controlled by
tbe city aa the beet means of kg kttng
tka awoUielsaad the dive. Ti le advan
tage, hay contend, would of iteelf com-
penaata for the taking of the teach
property and Improving It aa 4 public
Suggretlaai for Park Una Ilia full
To the Editor of The vMlnj World:
A Coney Island pork for the poor of
New York would have my full Indotsc
ment. RBV. I1KI.M (UCXHUTrl,
8t. Paul's German Uvange.lcal churcn,
leteal HUve for a City I'ark, ll
To the Kdlter of Th i Breaiai World:
By all mkim urge a QreedST BeMlde
Park for the people a: Coney Is'and. In
our niallgsslsil ity the) breathing ipeVOtl
for the peopai are eltoojagbor loo few.
The more p.uks w ha v u for Ihe poople
the iee demand there a-lll be for the
loons. The b ira Ml out Ooaoy Island ee.
Hon would be ..ii Ideal place for u public
REV. 1VILUAM MILTON HKHi
Trinity Congregational Church, Man
If 1'rlrr la MlMMetfi it Ihwatd
To the eMIewef the Rmuai World:
If a f ill fie park on the alte of the
recent Are can be MOUred at e reason
able expenditure by the oltjr, I favoi it.
RJBV. HaSNRT m. BROWN,
Christ (fengregationai Churoh, the
Ilearlllr Imloraen Plan na llene
III In I lit Poor.
To the MMei el Tee Ri w irldt
1 heartily Indorse the movement or
The Kvrni'ig World to acquire a sea
side park at Cone) island for Now fork
poor. MOV, m. KRAUHKOPH,
Alereth Israel, Manhattan
'Hbouiii Bare lapporl or All ; !
fa the Kilter of The Kteeiaj World:
Penult me to commend In slowing
terms the excellent plan of The Evening
World to extend leaahla Park a: Coney
Island, for the benefit of the masses of
q enter Now fork, thereby giving the
poor a comfortable breaming space dur
ing the heated term. You ihOUlf) have
Ihe assistance nf all Just citizens Ol
the city. RBV. COWARD i.lssm AN.
Minister Hebrew Tabortuscii Man hat.
Noooserlly fr Oroklor Pnrli 'Too
ObvlfiM ,,r Dlaokaalon."
To the gdlMf "t 1 - fealai W. fid:
The necessity for Ihe urea I est poastbl
park area ui Coney island would seem
(Continued on geoond Page.)
A Bear Market
Saturday's pkfil M ,0,rl how prices
were going lip -Ike balloOM on i i
Fourth of July.
Bui don't forgot the old and true
saying that -What BOSS up must 00 me
Well, that is just what happened
when B,eoa want-filling idvertl i ni
wore primed yeiterda) In the Bunds)
This great diversity of offers to hire,
work, buy, sell, rent, he., Ida ted 1 I
poolUona, Inline.:, bui neog enterprises,
miscellaneous articles for the home
and oftice, within the reach of scantily
But Few Sunday World
Ads. Remain Unanswered
it Sunset Monday Nights
"purlghl. I'M I. by
Co. 4 The KM
q1. Garrard, Who Opposed
Promotion of Jewish Soldier,
Is Ordered Reprimanded.
Declares Statement of Fort
I Commander in Case as Un
founded and Narrow.
WASHrvr.TOV, June R Col. loeepd
QOrmrd, 17, g A, commanding the
oavaiiy p.ist nt Port Myor, Vn.. to-day
' reprimanded by the Secretary of
War, under orders from President Taft.
for roporllnn adversely an application
of a soldier for the right to take ev-
smtnatlone for promotion to commis
sioned grade or the ground of Jewish
The President laid it was hard 10
doal With the matter "with patience anil
without condemnatory words that had
bettor not be Written,"
The Pr OS I dsn I s action has created
something of a sensation, not only in
army circles, out throughout Washing
ton. The young soldier Involved In the
OOntrOVersy Is Frank bloom, a private I
In Mattery "F" of the Third Field Ar- I
tlllery, and Is now on duty on the Mexl-I
an border, several years ago Bloom !
was utge, fin aPpOlfltmoiH to West I
Point. President lloosevelt, not being
In a kk ti.m at the time to make the
appointment, suggeeiea to Bloom mat
he fnllst and, "like a true American, "
tight hi way up from ihe ranks
TOOK ROOSEVELT'S ADVICE
AND ENTERED ARMY.
The young mnn .ok the advb-e. en
tered the army, where ho B Raid to have
made a good re ,,r.i and recently took
his fl-5t examination for prom tion It
Is said that Hlootn failed In tills exvn
rnaMkNIi but In view of the preju 11 '
brought at;stit by Ool, OaTragd'S In
dorsement IBooiw am bo ordorod up for
final examination again In September,
(in t!i!s piim President Taft, in a lei I r
to Simon Wolf of this city, said.
"1 shall take .-;-;is l i -ee that the ey
S ml nation to Wbiotl Private Itloom ts
siibledid .s one in wbl-h tie will b
given a fair chain e and n it exposed
any unjust prejudice.' Coi, liarrard's
Ikdorsomonl on kioom's pipers, to
wiitoii ProsWoni Taft so strongly objoct-
e. when lo-ouht to his at:tii on, was
"The applicant Is a snn of Mr Joseph
A. llloom, of Jewish iersuas,on. who Is
now, and has l-ecn for u nunrbsr of
ysarg, a tailor at this post. His asso
elates, as f as I know, and that of
bis family have been with enlisted men
and their fgmlllee and hsVS been re-
psotable. The young man is undoubt
edly honest gnd upright, arrdajtrous and
probkhl) d serving, tiw lor the reasons
tktod I would not desire him in m
common i ai an offlcsr and " sooial ami
I personal as-'o -late.
"The preset'.!',: of the applicant's fam
ily at a military post wou'd subver
sive of discipline and their probsbli
Ireatmenl source ol nortlAoatlon to
them and frsquoni cause or trouble ,o
eommnudlng rsffl wt, prom an tspsri
in f mine yogri I hkvo found, ex
ec, it in few ratal, fea communltlsa
wlisrs Jews pro rocolvod .: doalrgbls
TAFT DISPUTES STATEMENT OF
In dit ct.ng the Secretary nf War
to Imiulre into tin matter i'res. I, nt
My hear Mr. Secretary: I inclose
herowlth a letter from Simon Wolf, a
lUSyer and I very prominent and ro
up , I eitlsrn of w.ik. niirton. This
tC'unt. lined on Second i'age.)
ARMY OFFICER FOR
" Circulation Books Open to All.
ITls frm r.ihh.hlnf
DROWNED BY MATE
HE TRIES TO SAVE
Sing Sing Prisoners and Keep
ers See Doubly Fatal Fight ,
in the River.
THREE LEAP IN VAINLY.
Pair Sink as Last of YVonld-Be
Rescuers Reaches Them, Af
ter Two Are Exhausted.
OMTNfNO, June 4. -A crowd of con
victs and keepers saw a convict hero
carried to death to-day by another
convict tntent upon suicide. An
tonio Ouano, fifty-three years old, and
Krnest Sinclair, twenty-five years old,
were the men drowned. Their bodies
have been recovered and will lie In the
prison graveyard Sinclair was seem
ingly deliberately drowned by the man
hx Irlrnl to save
Ouano, always surly and 111-mnnnet e,l,
marched In his siiuad toward the river
and leaped OVOrboard, Sinclair was i
fen paces back In the line. Ha dropped
over the wall Into the water and swam
uulekly alongside of tltiano. Two other
convicts Jumped overboard, but they
were not ubie to breast the strung cur
rent and had to be hauled out.
Sinclair roachod for the drowntne
nan's iair and OuMO gripped him bv
the neck With his hands fas: about
till would-be rescuer he ducked his own
head undor. Sinclair struck at Ouano
In an effort to knock him out and ge:
(root Almost choked, Sinclair then
trbsl to tear away the other's grip on
his ncotf, bv be was almost holplseg
Another onvlct leaped Into the wate:
and Itkrtod with strong strokes toward
t ie pair, Ho was too late. Before he
eouid roach thorn the two went down.
Ouano was rocolvod at the prison 'n
February, liu had ossn there several
limes boforo, usually for having con
eealesl weapons upon his p--rss,n, was
the :ise In Ilia last tr.p from New Vo:k
to Slug Sing
Si:i' lair, a mixlel prlsonor, was nerving
the last of a three-year term from New
York City, also. He had been convicted
CRIME WAVE A MYTH.
GRAND JURY IS TOLD.
Judge Mftlone Instructs New Panel's
Scare Is Caused by Poorly in
Judge Molone, charging the two June
Qrand Juries in the I'oirt of Osnsral
Sessions to-day took oooastort to belittle
the talk about the prevalence of erlino
"A great deal has been said nf late
kbOUl a crime wave' In tills eountri.
much of n by the parsons who are im
perfectly Informed about criminal con
dition, and the comptos problems sur
roundlng the admin 1st ratlovi of justtoo,
A V'kgUS impression has been created
t at the polios, whan not ex. sting as an
Instrument of tyranny and oppression,
are demoralised: that high municipal of
ficers connive a its demoralisation, and
t iat the courts and the government are
n l as sOalOUl us they should be In pro
tectmg ami punishing criminals.'
GOV. WILSON BACK.
Jerr.es I tSt'kllVO BogflklS lleurlii'ss
on IIIIU t llllkg telloll.
TRRNTON, June I.-QOV. Windrow
W ilson is back a'ter his long Westetti
trip. He at on',- bogsn hoarlnga on the
twsnty-odd bilB passed by thO Legisla
ture atel not acted upon by hint up to
ihe time of his departure.
Among the bills heard this morning
,ee those compelling rallroadi to pay
twice a month; abolishing 1 ontrgoi tabor
at the Mats prison! oontpoliing pawn
brokers and " otid-hand dealers to reg
ister dallv Ihslr purchssss and I Iges
with chiefs of police and allow ing North
Plalnhold to conatruct u sSWagi dis
Rain forced the New york amortcam
to call ff lo-day the gkrna chrdulH
here wuh St. LoUls,
llorlil DUIIdlBg lurklall Oaths.
aJwaya . Mall) ...111 uri.bii 1 lyiua, ,
Hai bgi and maslcura I'liitouuvlist ,u at-
NEW YORK, MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1911.
DAN O'REILLY BEGS
COURT TO HOLD UP
Motion for Stay of Execution
and New Trial Keeps Law
yer Out of Prison.
HIS PLEA TO COH I.N.
New Justice Has to Hear Case
First Day on Supreme
ianiei o-rtetiiy. ono p aumorous
Thaw counsel and at one time a Deputy
Assistant District-Attorney ,, the staff
of Asa Bird Oardlnrr. was aonten e.1
to-day to serve rtve months' Imprison
ment in the Penitentiary on Biackwell'a
Island by Justice Vernon M. Davis In
the Criminal Branch i,r the Buprsma
Following his sentence upon the con
viction of having received stolen goods
from the thieves who rot) bed old aron
Bancroft, the hanker, of v.iioti worth
of securities, O'Reilly appealed to Jus
tice Daniel Cohslan for a stay of
CTSiitBIn of Jmlginetit and a new trial
The convicted law yer took I his step
c.mt'ary to the advice of ids lawyer,
Abraham Levy. Arguments on this mo
tion will be heaid later by Justice
To-day marked JUItlCe Cohklan'O first
aptieirance on the bench and It -so
happened that lie was assigned to Part
1. Spe lal Term, where auch motions
District-Attorney Whitman Insist,. I
on a pi, son sentence upon O'Reilly, and
arraigned tlio prlsomr bitterly when he
was conducted to the bar through the
Jammed court room.
Abiatiam I'vy, O'Reilly's counsel,
made a tuief plea for 1 1 emency. calling
the Court's attention to the punishment
that the lawyei must suffer smpi fro ,11
the Conviction and from dlsnarmcii
from the practice of i.iw that must au
CONVICTED LAWYER MUTE UN
it was :i ij o'olook when O'Reilly was
called from the detention pen nnr b
to the riii before Justloe Davis. IS very
seat In the courtroom was ooouple 1
Three special Juries we 'e present an I
a host of O'Reilly's friends had orowded
Into th room. Fully one hundred nor
sons were standing. When O'Reltl)
came out of the little do n In the real
of the room Urn fce was flushed an,:
his heal bowed, lie did not utter h
woid throughout the proceedings, nm
did he look toward Dlstriot-Attorney
Whitman wi.llu he ipoks, denoundna
Mr. Levy opened the proceedings b)
making 1 ie 1: 11a! niotlon f.ir an arres'
of Judgment and new tiial. Then hi
iald to the Court that he thought hi
had said and done nil 1 ikl could tie aa I
and do.ie In behalf of the prisoner ai
the trial. As soon a- Mr. teivy la I
down Dial 1 1 't -Attorney Whitman was or
his feet, speaking In a voice thai reached
every corner Of Ihe tribunal.
"No one has mofk pity for this man
and his famll) than I have," declared
Whitman, "bui ha has eon convicted
"f a most serious crime, As a lawyer
ho know ths consequences of thai iiu..-
I believe he Is a i OdUOSbbd man, whi
makes ins 1 rime a greater offense
lawyer he soquifed skill and rgperl
enoe at the esnenks of the people
tills county, when he was employed as
1 Deputy Asy'siant District-Attorney
KNEW ENORMITY OF CtliVIE,
SAYS DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
"Notwithstanding the skill and "i
pofienot he gained In this manner be
has been Willing to sir Ike at lie la,,
to protect and Bhlsld robbera and to
shure Ihelt plunder,
"This Is not the case, Your Honor, if
a penitent malefactor. The defendant
with lioldms- ami gudfcottyi acnl upon
Ihe stund and dellberat dj committed
perjury. He lied, and he Ileal, and he
lud. Perjury In itseir, your Honor, when
committed in court, is a crime punish
Me by twenty years Imprisonment,
This Is one of ihe saddest la kg witii
which I lime ever been I online 1, bui I
must face my reaponsihliiiy.
"1 believe It Is my duty I 1 Insist ip ,:i
a pillion sentence, in my opinion there
are no exteuii ulng circumstances. In
this ease. From this building, avert
day. men are sent to prison foi rim -h
of far less magnitude, and I 1
I'ourt to sentence this mat. to prison "
Mr. Whitman sal down, Hushed on I
ireattllng hard Mr Levy jumped up
,iod asked permission to say a few
I (Continued, uu IfOOOd Page.)
Mrs. Ava W. Astor, "Sick of Society"
in England, Longs lor American Home.
RAIN STOPS POLO
TO-DAY; GAME TO BE
Odds Have Now Dropped to
to - on Americans
I'l'iiios in ( jot id Shape.
rhe ta 'i win. ii j srslsted to-day re
nulled in a poaip in. -.t -,f t, second
game In the International polo series
lid 1 w as to have bi en plai 1 mis
af no m. The garni will be played to
morrow, if w itbi 1 ondll lona m e r,,.
vorablo, Th Ida on the game lo-day
made the Americans :i to 1 1. , i,H
o'ef Ihe rJngllsh ir,
Capli vVhltney ny thai ha n
iei tomorrow on ihe aggrssslvi work
tiial he called int,, pgy last Tburadk)
In lbs laed three peria Is, it w.,- i., ,,,,'i
that tin. Englishmen could noi .-taiet
this and were completely ridden mi
then feet. The thrill of tfct twenty
two and .inu-b.iif minutes of p.., naa
thu nenes of in.: thuusandi of specta
tuts ami tingling, and lha announce.
mint thut u ti a game la lo be pi aye ,
from the out - t promises much mole eg'
Tne Amerlaani are relying, us usual,
on tii oondltton oi Iheir ponies, :,j to
make sure that they are In the best
I ls Mr. WhltnO has nail tlio csls-
brated horse trainer, U. J. Howe, who
has cue 1 for many prlse-winnlti
atring tboi lughbreds, make an eg.
amlnsttafl ol ai. ilia mounts, His report
was one of euthuslBfrn,
Prom the Kngllsh camp comes word
that ttie ponies aie be omlng moce s,'-
i mated and will oe found even better
thu l ist week, when they showed sur
prisingly good fo ai. The Englishmen
nave eavorgl Cklifornli bred horses In
their siting and the) stood out prfttnl
nenlly aa lUPeflM lu al. till vigors.
"Circulation Books Open to AIL"
MRS. A. V. ASTOR,
SNUBBED BY QUEEN,
TO QUIT ENGLAND
"Sick i English Society, l
Long for Philadelphia,"
She Write- Home.
PHIL.ADRLPHIA, J 11 1 1 ;"'
my old Phlladslphla hi me Pleass open
the Old place and kri me hkvg a Utile of
tne old life."
Those wordi ra ui iled from a letter
Mrs. Ava Willing Astor, former wife Ol
Col. John J 1 ob A t , i said to have
written I . re
They are regardsd us ilgnlficant, com
ink In a-in inosmsnl Ol u,-r r.-tun.
diortly fi im London soon aft' r
anub Queen Mary i alleged io have
kivon her a few day i ago According to
J es patches, Mi - Astor wna In an auto.
mobile aa the Queen p..' d m the royal
Mrs. Astor hi. we I her prettiest The
Queen ggaed haughtily over tier beau
1, ol did noi In " i" slightest sign f
Ho Mrs. A st ,1 is 1 .tnlti back to
Aluerica to live, foi a time al least, In
1 mis city,
"4 am sick 10 I tiie i Ungllsh sool
sty,' ail--. A.st, 1- 1. , 1 tner uuoted as
writing. "T rumen uf tlm present
Lugiroi euun so dislike tmeriuan wo.n
sn ami evsrytiilnj Amsritgn that there
I. abSOl HO!) 10 enjo . Ill, 111 there
uf course, 1 a Mary li ihe ghln-
log llghi i. which all KnaiiBh women
mm tnoir units. ! -i.e looks with
non-seeing s or with Hp upourledi
evert olhei Bngllsh wuiugn Aill do tip
1 1 nfon unstkli many of us hsvo tiad
:,i..:ii. 1 troubles wi while through
11,, a t "f am own, immediately are
igraepsd upon wiiti wnloh to nigkt -sp -tai
and SfttU lo BUmlllgM us.''
NEW GIRL WITNESS
IN BATHTUB MYSTERY
SLAIN WOMAN'S RIVAL
Employee of a Harlem Shop Among
the Twenty-five Persons Who
Were Called Before Prose
cutor This Afternoon.
SLAYER USED BOILING
WATER, THE POLICE SAY.
Flat Where Couple Lived Searched
by Police Again To-Day in Hunt
for New Evidence.
TWMty-flvi perma, nil ltncineiof killing hl.s sickly voung wife, Lll-
to soilli' ihir or anolher of Ill lialh
nib tnvstery In which Htnr A,
gobelb, u obgunwitr, Hiaiult
TRIAL OF OTHER
kurl Refuses to Set His Case
Ahead of Rdchniann and
, i'ourt Justice Vernon M.
,! i'. d. lined t" et the trial
if former 'lly 1 ' .a nberlaln t'liarlea II.
Hi 1.- ahead of ,: trills of I'leahl'-fr
lOSSUh li llci hum. 11 ami IMre'tor Will-
,,in J. riimmlns ol me defunct l'ar-1
negte Ti udt Oanip iny.
a motion Intended IB upset the pro-
grantmi bi arranged by Dlstrlet-Atitor-1
Whitman .s mad.- to the Court
former As-t-unt Dlstriot-Attorns!
James W, Osborne, lust rstatavad as
iral law '-r by Hyde, Who accompanied
.Mr. 1 isb 1 lie to court.
"As tlr Is the last day given the de
frndaOt to make WhSI motions are nec
Hssary In his can. I now make u motion
t,,r Ids Immediate trial," said Mr. Os
borne in the COurl HgegWBI of his lu-
dlctmonl upon tin ahargs ef bribery Mr
Hyde has been compelled to retire from
public ugyOS. I havo gone over the 111
.11 tmenti and 1 want to g) to Your
Honoi that th.. (trend Jury went to u
trema isngthi in ni nn this Indictment,
and tin- defendgnt wants a trial thle
-it is otH f ibee cases wMch re
iiuire ImmeAksti gction, as t o, cods
provides that alt pigalle on ,.iis a- -
Bused of bribery must he tried at ones.'
Here m vvi.iiuim apoke up "'With
all due dii.ge'Kn. that Is what tht
. ode says
Mr. Osborne Igglstod 'hat the trial
of 11. ie be given nrrcedencB, Ho ex-J
plained to the Court that lie had sop,-:
seled Samuel Tnt'-l ln or as counsel to'
Hyde because Mr Uniertnyei had ar-1
rgggsd to sail for ii. 1 ine to be gbrossll
an Indednits period.
Tin I'ouit will not luleifere ,n th. 1
Dlstriut-Attomey'i prugramms,'1 as Id
JOItlCS Iiavls. "Tile Instil t-AttOI My
HYDE 1ST WAIT
may have reasons which lis uourl
cannot auow 1 think your motion I, a
1' tlli' prenMttUrt and I won't set a day
foi the Hyde trial this term. 1 don't
Intend lo sit in this . iurt Jul v, August
mi l September u i dm help It,"
Justice l'a.'ls, ai the request of Mr
Oi . me, gave the defendgnt until
vYednosdk! to miike au h motions as he
1 desire before otll.'l' JUBtlOSg of
it,, guprssng i'ourt. The motiog Brill
be mads In ail probability -10 Jus-
Hpb Mv.'gjj, t
1 . , . . A - ' 01
PRICE ONE CENT.
nan, wont 0 the Criminal Court
BulMlnJJ thta nfifrnoon to repeat
ati" a their strle to AsBlstant Dis
trict Am, uney itui, in, who Is in charge
of I!. Is pUgallD caso.
li was Hlutc.l timt If he rogarried
the ovl.len.e on hun, I as bi'lng auffl
1 lenl 10 Buatgln thr cngrge, Mr. Ru
.in would go BBfora tnd rand Jurv
in 1 Inter than to-raorrow tad uk for
a'i Indlctmgal 'or ldunlor In the firat
Tlio 1., nt.i-tlve Witnesses In-luled In
eperlor ttusll of Ihe DotecUve Hur-au
and eeveral of his men. It it I kj , afc-
ComUe, lis alg-year-old ilium f the
dead o nan. aoj ).ei mother, Mrs.
J till M .. 0 i.e : ,. Ill ke. a oiirst
woman 1.1 win, a, Kvhstb, posing sa a
Widower, paid atiintUm. . and one new
as n tne person of a waitress) In
a Marl.m restaurant
NEW WITF8S M4.Y 8E RIVAL
TO MRS. SCHEIB.
v irdlng to on rape .-. git. was
tti' 'Anna" of the letters found la
M ..eio's rooms nfter hi. irr.-st on rhe
nighl ashen his wife's : was Uesnv.
er.,1 la ins sbandont.l flat al Ho. W
Kasl teventyi Ighth sirn--. Hdietb de
riarsd that h himself arj'e the love
letlrr elgnod "Anns," but it was said
th it 1.1. ! 't .. h id found a genuins
Anna lni aJmilled knowtnl the s-
The newest theory In the mystery
hit Mis gchelb was either killed ky
drowning ... that ', ... ,( water eras used
after he." death In an effoit u destroy
Km bod) reeelvod more mention to
day from lbs detectives
When the body or what remained of
It waa round a week ago lo-day In Ihe
! ' 1 ., . 1 deserted bat it toy 'ice up-
wsrd in the dingy white too srrth the
load Itu 011 the bottom and one ,f the
legs stl iilng up from the u lor end.
The bod) was naif covered In a noisome
liquid, w 'lien 1 ,. investigator at first
took to be .in a. id Holutlun of sotue sort.
Latet ' o 1 ui reasons to a mend this
t..eny, .,,:' .u sc. 1 .1 seir.'h has re
1 .1 1 table t eaof that after the
w. .mm - hod) sank 'nto the tuk a
cunsiderahlo qusniily of at iter must
..... .. n pn red In rhli Is es'ab-
llshed b if ring of dried
- II 1 ni o, n I a -oi loth Inner walls.
MARKS OF WATER SHOW ON
SIDE OF CATHTUB.
The ti' of (bus Lows plain against
Ihe while porcelain surface. It oaeir.
' 1 tub .' 1 eighth of about ten
Inches, The next li, psrMpg, gve'
- . .v. 1 .1 -a n, 11: I 1 'ifn too e fol
luwa 1 - i' psslon .f t. .- ,ck water
marks showing bow ihe natural pro-
tsei - ip l 1 1 n lually reduced
Ihe volume until Ihere remained only
i'ii Uuld mas which would resist all
.. Infiuen f ..-at and cold More
over ibese traces l' :i to t. ' ster up the
dalm if ihe authorities that the re
1 1 ir- ,f tne w :i ui tn 1st have lain lo
the tub for W..O.S and perhaps months.
To an Evening World reporter a nigh
.. : !ty of toe Police Department
tuts afternoon male this statement:
"My belief It thi' , .. .1 a an while
In bed was flint choked until she died
or lost consciousness and then tiiat Ihe
murderer tamed her body Into
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