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I EDITION. .
PRICE ONE CENT.
WALDO ORDERS INSPECTOR
10 W NEW INQUIRY
k INTO GAMBLERS' HOLDUP
Were Shots Fired in Inside or
Outside of Forty-first Street
POLICE MAKE ARREST.
Just a Fight, Say Some, and
Others Tell of Bold Rob
ftj bery of Players.
A lot of things OMM light to-day
that Impelled Police Commissioner
Waldo to order an Immediate and
thorough investigation Into the as-
.fault on tlie (ambling Mouse No 118
Waal Forty-Aral street on Tuesday
night by a cats of guerilla who went
there to put the place out of business
lid Incidentally to gather In some
bgjded ehajlgt bv holdup methods.
Tba pi:.h- went on the ,. all lay.
and lata at night they due up a man
njuned Harry Hayes of aomewiiere on
-West Forty-third etreet. lo blocks
of which an solidly Jammed with
cheap gambling ami other rrnoris.
Ufya told how he had been puraued
iy"ji gang into tha Fort) -first street
viae and that thay hud I ted two
shot it hi. n. on thin 8ny-s the po
lice ar'eated r:in MoDormott of No.
it! Tenth .11 "line and Fro.l shxw of
No. KW Wes nil" llundre-1 and Ninth
edreet. Hayes told the poll c, thay
fay, that he would l in Jefferaon
Market Court tO-day when the case
mi called. Hut .laves didn't show up
apparently to the ureal surprise of
the police. Hut 1h l.'Ourl bald t la
two defendants on general principle!
t i give the polio another chance to get
uay and atcure the elusive Hayaa.
NEW INVESTIGATION ORDERED
IN THE AFFAIR.
As anon as Mr. Wuldo heard of the
Hayes Baaed ha gave hit orders to ln
pactur Lahey In barge Ot tha district
enibraclnx the Tonderloln, and Inspec
tor Hughes : hie Deteetlvi Uuraau to
malts a brand new investigation into
the holdup ot t lie place and the ehont
In that ooourrtd there oil Tuesday
night, tlie fact! of which some, one la
Hying hard to conceal
Vou have gut to understand the mean
ing of the alang terms "squealer," "gual"
and "bull con" tJ reach tho faintest con
ception of police and gambling astuis
In Now York a they arc suggested
in this Ogg lit fraternity of the
peep hols' and tho chain doors couldn't
exist with publicity. PollOf. protection
I'OulaVt continue without the "gOt" and
Police Commissioners coul.ln t be hood
winked without the "hull con." "Hull
con." translated, means poneeotlng a
All of which partly SOlVSI the mystery
about the shooting up of the game
on West Kortt-liist slree:, a half block
NO RECORD OF THE CASE ON
There were no police records of the
shooting up to the time Hie evening
papers told the itory. Nol a word on
(Continued on Second Page.)
GEORGE GRAHAM RICE
IS AGAIN ARRESTED.
Was on Bail Pending Outcome of
Scheftels's Trial in Which He
Is a Co-Defendant.
George Graham Rice, known also as
Simon Jacob Herz'.g, the hea l and brains
of the firm of It. H. Hcheftels & Co .
which wag raided lasl September by the
Government, the mem sen, Including
Itlce, now being on trial for misuse or
she malls to defraud, me rearrested
late this afternoon us be t.' as leaving
the office of one of hi attorneys .it If.
He was taken before Judge Hay. who
laaued the warrant and who had bent:
hearing evlden n in the case against
him. Bice wiin committed to the Tombs
lrion wtthout hall to await Dm out
come of the trial.
HI oounsel, including Louis J. Vor
tixvus, Krnest llaldwtn and leorge
Meyers, made a useless effort to have
I Mm released on ball, but this Judge
'ay refueed to do. The attorney for
Oovernment would not ay wtby
4 W had been rearrested, giving no
underlying cause leapt to say that It
wag tor the west Inter eels of luetic
CRAZY? NO, SIREE!
Judge Holds Woman's Shop
pine; Propensities No Proof
While mneji men agrar tha, wn
who rush wildly about, bargain oonntane
overhauling and sorting goods are vic
tim of a sort of Insanity, euuh an
affliction as the "brsraJn counter erase"
him n weight In law. according to an
opinion by Justice Goff In the County
Clerk office to-duy in (he usjhi of Mra.
.Mrs. fkvidnr.ut hrough sutt lasrt
Juno to have) lir marrtag) to Tops rue
Good TrsgJI annulled on the ground tha
at the time of the ceremony ahe was
Insane, suffering from a mental die
ease known to turologists ae depres
sive Insanity ahe pleaded she waa
Incapable of contracting marriage and
asserted she bed regained her sanity
and Is now of sound mind.
The case Waa tried liefnrc Justice Goff
Mrs. Goodman'i mother. Mr- Herein
Bollnlcki swore her daughter had been
an Inmate of t ie Manhattan state Asy
lum on thr Ilfferenl occasions. In
May. IU '. when she was released In
Mrs. IV nick's custody, the daughter
was "wild and used to go around lO
atores btl) ;,iu unnecessary things to the
amount ol OO or ; and having them
enl CO, i to the family botne." Km,
Hel.nl k tfst'tled The mother flgrthat
as-c ir i ;r-r diua.uec remained out ln:e
at nlgbl and wag constantly ittlklnif. All
of Nh! h '-uisftl tho :uither to balieve
her dauglvtef Insane. ,
In November, HI, six months after
the daughter'! release, she married
Qoodman. The couple l.ved together a
short time and paitod- They had one
child, but It died Mrs. Goodman then
bl lUghl her suit to annul the marriage.
Dr. Morris J. Karpur. one of the hos
pital physicians, was questioned by the
Court. He thought what the mother
said Indicated the daughter was Insane.
"Have you ever been on Hlxth avenue
on a bargain day?" asked tha Court.
' Yes," answered tho phyelclan.
"Do you wish us to believe that the
thousands of women "ne, seea rushing
madly around I lie atreets when there Is
a bargain sale, on are of unsound
"If they buy unnecisary articles I
would call them Irrational." said the
Take the case of the lady who hae
twenty dfeeeei and then buys the twcri-ty-tlrst,
la to be In style; would iou
say that she Is Irrational?"
I would consider her means and her
mental slate. I: the woods were unnec-
eaearyi I would s.i . she was Irrational."
"Doctoft" preaaed the court, "do iuu
ever buy unneceaaary thlnggf"
"Did you ever 'onetder yourjelf Irra
The physician did not think so and
the examination en led. After review
ing the examination and the circum
stances attending the wife's strange
plea for a decree. Justice Goff stated:
"The only t antimony Introduced liav.
Ing a bearing on the qUMtlon of In
sanity was that of t ie mother, whu
said the plaintiff persisted in staying
out late of nights and in buying things
that were unnecessary. These acts she
characterized as Irrational- Assuming
the mother's Mory to he tr le, a phy
si. -hi:! agreed the plaintiff wag Irra
"T.'ere Is more pli i ,osojih In. in s
en e in this opinion and With it most
men will agree, but it if frivolous to
contend It hae any vulue aa legal proof
; of the plaintiff's Insanity at the tlm.
of her marriage."
Justice (Joff then directed the com
plaint be dlsnilsaed on Its merits, which
does not disturb ttie present marital re
lations of t tie Goodmans.
PORT OP MKW YORK.
t'nai August WiiiMiB...
SAID TO BE BEGGARED
BY AVIATION SWINDLER.
Bessie Child Get Decree After
Telling of Surprise Party
niMbath T ("Beeele") Clilld. who has
played leading roles In Broadway plays,
was granted an InVrlooutory decree of
divorce from Ha-ry Child, manager of
the "Mttle Hoy Hlue" company, by
Justice Da Via In the Supreme Court to
day on recommendation of Alfred j.
Talley, who, as referee, heard the tes
timony In Mrs. Chttd'a suit against her
husband Mrs. Child is also awarded
custody of sjtg.yagr.old Harry Child Jr.
The couple were married In June, i;on.
at the Little Chur.'h Around the Corner.
In recent years Child's business has
taken him on long tours fr;m home.
Mrs Child, as n leading actress, lia
also been avy on extended trips.
It w-aa leaUflad that Child was fob
lowed from tho Onlety Theatre to a
house on West Korty-slxth streot June
10, this year. He accompanied a apleu-
didic gown.,1 young Msotngn, Detectives
employed by Mrs. Child notified her.
aj with her cousin. Minnie Fielding
wiio Is also an actress, she went to the
huusc- The two women, with tw-o wit
nesses, went to the apartment occupied
liy Child and the woman.
"Open up. It's Baaale, your wife"'
cried Mrs. Child, pounding on the door
Child refiud, and Mis. ChHd crlod
that ahe would break m the door unless
It wore opened at once.
The door was opened In time fur
the raiders to see a nymph-like tlgure
dance into an adjoining room Mrs.
Child demanded to know the identity
of her husband's guest. lie refused
to tell ami a w l athy argument fol
lowed. It was interrupted by a voice
from the adjoining room asking
"Why don't you give me a kimono
and avoid a scandal ?"
What touk place following this de
mand Is not disclosed The referee
recommended a doeree for Mrs Child,
snd also gave her an allowance of f.
a eek for t ie support of their child
It ia understood an allowance for the
maintenance f Mr-. ChHd wa made
outside of court, although It was
Stated that Mr. Child was a "compe
tent and W'll-known actress" and well
abb t" pro Ide for herself
Halley A Hulllvgn, lawyer, who rep.
resented Mri Phtldi declined to reveal
the stai;c name of their client.
STEEL CORPORATION GIVES
ITS EMPLOYEES $1,450,000.
Fortune in Christmus Gifts and
Privilege of Buying Stock
I- Their Reward.
i Blberl H' Gary, rhalrnian of the
United sir.es steel Corporation. toda)
gx'-m ogt 'be following statement re
Igardlng 'he annual distribution of
I bonuees to imployaei
. "The United states steel Corporation
has made Its usual disirlbut Ion 10 the
j employees of the i orporatlon mil s;n
I aldgry oomnanlea under its bonus p. en,
which ha been .11 force nln years. The
amount glgtrttrUl d for IMI Is ,4M,0(I0,
"The corporation will also offer to Its
; employees the right to subscribe for
' about 25,000 share of stock, as usual, on
the baela of the plan Which lias been
In force for the period above mentioned.
The price has not been fixed but It will
probably be a little lower than the mar
ket." FOR RACING SEC PA0I 2.
A DIVORCE FROM
york, Wednesday, December
WOMAN BEGGARED SOLDIER RESCUES
AIDING "AIRMAN" IN DROWNING MAN BY
FLIGHTS OF FANCY
Countess Ribn. His Fiancee,
Gave Him Cash and Fur-
niture, It's Said.
NOW HPS ARRESTED.
Never Flew, but H. Graham
Carter, Wanted iu England,
Promoted Aerial Company,
Harry Crraham r'arter. sjane4t.
lcdtsh a ml monocleil youiuc KnglShmiri,
who siuc-eeded in RettlnK hlin.-!f gar
aided onthls side of the Atlantic as a lar
ing aviator Who contemplate'! a moti"
plsne fllK t over aagg, was arrested 0
,lay an 1 taken lo Toiler Headquarters
Ml a oharKe of misappropriating the
funds of the Hleriot Monoplane Com
pany of No. 1'iM Jerome avenue, the
The arrewt of young Mr. Carter, the
police any. will come as a ureal shock
to dlvera and sundry vomit women
who surrendered thejr hearta ant
thousands In caeh to him, among them
tbe Countnee Tolanda Kde Vllllneuv
Illicit, a young Austrian noblewoman
who la now llvlns; at Vo. iti ntt
It waa said when the nnn-avlatlng
aviator arrive! at Polhh) HoadquartOM
that he had heftirsred the Countess
nibot, not onlv depVlvlna hr of all
her money, but takluir her furniture
a well to furnish his flat.
Two Miesee llardw Iclcj., living In the
Hronx. are aald to have euffered In
ti e aame way throuirh the blandish
ments of 11. Oraham r""arter, and all
the while he had a wife an t family In
ne. n3 atnvtu HMt IN ENO-
LAND AND IS WANTED NOW.
When it. Oraham Carter came to this
country a year ago he wai able to rut
considerable of a social da ah anl ex-
hlbll splendid letters of introducUon
lie had, neverthol.ss. served two prison
terms at Nottlnaham, Buglgnd, and was
' anted In Hrlstol. England, to angWM
a oharga of ombaaglemont None of tho
facts came to Ilsrrit until two weeks utio
The spei-HIc complaint . pon which he
was arrested to-day was made hv Pal
mer A. Hart. Ul-t Prsilgogi of tha
Hleriot Monoplane Company. Royal K.
Hthbin, Treasurer of the company, and
William H. Carter of No. 368 Kast (Hie
Hundred and Ulghty-thlrd street, an
unole of the younar man's and a director
In the compaaiy.
The three complainants , :,. that
'srter misappropriated a check for ttTi
received through thg mall In pavment
for a monoplane delivored to M. I.lght
enlierg of lohnstowg) Pa., and that he
mortgaged tba company for $1,100 to
Martin L, Kerry of No 191S Bailutate
avenue, bt Hronx. without adwslug
wlth or obla.ninj tho . onient of the
Lieutenant-Detectives ttoConvlllt und,w-atrrs edge whllu others
BUsfbr. w ho vorked up the gggg ggginal
the insnipulator of r.lonoplaneg, say he
neer got off Ui5 ground In any kind
of an air machine. iu, that nil avla -
tlo.i achievements liave all been .u the
: i 'ir, or ijirM . , r ri ir i
USED NAME OF HLERIOT WITH.
out n umt.
iney s aiso inai ',. n.,i I ,',. na'ne
of Hleriot in connection With nls com
pany without any authority to io so,
having no Connection whatever with the
French coniany of that name.
II. ilraham c'srtci, elad In immacu- Street Hospital. Hy the time It arrived
lato tweeds and bgfgnclng his monoclt the man who had fallen off the Wash
with, magnlflcain'. aplomo, heaan to lngtun h id revived eufth lenUy to give
build up his reputation as an aviator I his name He said he was Owen fjoj
as he roie up New York Hay on the :auher. twenty-six rogri oil. a boiler
deck of the Ancior liner California a gyaltar, of No !S Avenue 0, Jlayunne
year ago He had invented a wonderful Hp had na recollection of falling Into
env.:ne for iiioni.pline eervi-e and liarl
made .". i rv t r.-;i ir.it
he All "iti" 'i II Mar
As in, ingdo no mention of bis Rngllsh
record or ' i is fact that he had been
.. band ' in to lbs notorious. KrtK-
, gigdts . B. V. ii" day, he nsgotl.
gtcd iarge bunki ef publicity, pown a'
Atlantic "it, i.e permitted himaeif to pa
Interviawod eg hla a.iatmg expimu
aoout " ova minutes, ami m oa , ..u rei iv.t Agalatanl Htatiuii-tn-sn
ii" courted the lair anl ,.n the Master MoCormleh telephoned to the
cash to help htm organise, his aeroplane ffkei commanding tha station of mii
company. lora pUglit ani tha sergeant of ma-
William ii. . -srter. tr" ncie, w.is ne
of many win fe:i under the spell of H
itiraham'a glf I S' nueii'e, and gas
j convinced that his nephe v gg . . . .
vrni'T ui nwiF .ir. . si i.r nan run
heard of the voung msn's esrly Igrogr
(Continued on Second Page.)
JUMP FROM FERRY
I Boilermaker Lurches' From
Doal Into North Ri er and
Is Hidden i Fog.
H ARD FIGHT P TR MARINE.
ICaHajhtfr Doesn't Kemembei
Accident, Miller Worncs Be
j cause He's Late . n 1 )uty.
I As the ferryboat Waehlnrton of the
; Pennsylvania RgllMgg crvc was
gnogplag her way through the foB out
of the Cortlan.lt lre.-t slip at noon to
dajr, bounil for Jersey City, paewntters
on the after lower dectr saw a big
man, who walked uni.teii.lily, climb
over the Chain In the gnng-w-av. Iiiroli
out to the i Ukm of the ggfog and die
appear. Initarit y the cry "Man over
briard!" was raised and m. IV.ihln.
M w ,,tnpp,d.
The mist w.i- thick on the river,
and neither pashenwers nor mambere
of the crew of ha Washington could
aee anything of the man who had die
appealed so suddenly, The tide was
running In. but eluwiy, Oalug close lo
Just north of the Washington and'
about one hundred ynrd distant was the'
Pennsylvania ferryboat Newsrk, with'
her engines, stopped. Waiting for clear- 1
anco way to enter the flip the Washing- 1
ton had Just vacated Ha.rry MUler of j
No. Is ganfOrg etreet, Jersey City, a '
eenxeant In the I'nlteiJ States Marine
Corps, and a clean-cut, wiry young sol
daOTi Wag on the lower J k. well for
wnrtj. He neard 'Irs from tho Wash-
! HiKtoti and kngn joint one iiad been lost
i from her.
j Miller peered st the misty, -rea.y ,r
! faVOg of the water Some distanci off he
aaw a man MrmciM and gurallns.
movliiK up.-tream with the tide Hernov
injf his h,n- service JVernogl and throw-
l'" M ,at' "" ,,'K- ssttllor dived over
an" PWTICg out to tne rescue.
DROWNING MAN DESPERATE
AND HARD TO HANDLE.
lie soon reached the fOUgtfgflng man
but by that time (,Sil been iwapi
away from t ho vte of Hose on the
Newark. The man he was tryinn to res
cue grga drownlmc, desperate and hard
Miller heard whistles tooting all
around him. Through thg '" he could
see the faint outlines of the Newark
lloldlna; the drowning man as beat he
could, he struck out for the ferrybo.it.
shouting at tin- top of ids vol 00,
He was abl" to hold Ml own attains!
the diminishing power of the Ude while
the Newark drifted glowly toward him.
Then dOOlthgndl on the ferryboat saw
him and directed the pilot, who came ai
close as ne dared to the man in the
water A ladder was lowered from the
after deck and Andrew P. iiiaaan and
Til ones Allen climbed down tu the
Millei's burden Has Ul nseloua b
'that time A big man and full of
1 water, it as quite " Ob to K' t him
up tie laOdsl to thg fori
m . aboard
ne oi.ir n ', "ir i ..oi, dinr.i
1 " ' c ,,,le l
tlsTOOgb as soon as be ai :, and
Was huatlod to the boiler room,
ncucuocu c. . .ais
DIDN'T REMEMBER FALLING
INTO THE WATER.
j When the Newark sot to her slip,
I an a,mlei.aiwe was I ailed from Hudson
tu cu'i, e- d' 'tied
He xr as tak-n ,
tu the Hospital.
Mil, I Went to thg
the ferry-house, strlpp
dried Ida clothes. II.
Worse for his advent i
d mi . exercised i m
to '. e late in reporting
recruit!!, r station. No.
e was bound
il d itv at the
lis Third ave.
n,le whr, i t, data) lad for
rines was adWxe.t by hla superior to I
idke Ills tuna about rncn.rlins. eier-.
the!... Miller hurrbd t a 'tgtiOg
as eion as Mg clones ware dry.
" "tw -
.V!S?. m8lt?m! ,:uiX&Jr!l. ..
rb.r tiJ mtiDltura T'bironomUl U !
V sTggt BfWi .
BLANCH AND HARRIS.
THE TWO OWNERS OF
TRIANGLE CO Ml' ANY.
TOTALLY SHUT OUT
m ,. ..... ... ... i.
new rccscHuuon in aw uuma
Forbids Any From Entering
Territory of the Czar,
ST. PaTSMBURO. lec. 27. -A sup
plementary lagtslatlva proposal of a
frankly prohibitive character was In
truduced, by the Nationalists Into tliu
1'uma to-dij. It ll a.und dlTOOtly at
the United mates.
According to lb" taring of the proposed
enactment AjnejiosO oltlgona of the Jew
Ish religion are to be totally exclude !
from Hussia, and In the Second plgoe
customs duties are to be r. tad by WS
per cont. Uglogl tho ftUOglan norm il
schedule la lower "ban the American, In
toat case a duty .-uu.uar liia Antorloan
duty will be colic 1 1 t
T o author of tha bill states tliat th.
last provision Is noocssiry In order t
deal :tli thu Impnit uf Amerluan
111.. I elllHiri.ni-' O.ilOtM ,.f III.. r
I . ... ....
""'"l"1"" virtually eiery ,
v. , i,,.. I , , .
j by a rTOgldeill auobgoff, providing
for tar I A schoduies gpplloaMa to the
United Stales at IN" ..i.,i.,ll f ,..
Ruaeo-American oomnieroe. and net 'i
Hun treaty of IStt
WABHlKOTOtf. Doa IT.-ilflclal
oogBringtlon of the movement in Use
ltusaian Uumg lo ggyootl iii American
products wsh received at tb( list S De
partment to-day from Ambassador
Guild at m Pstergburg The di pal
stated t xbt tin. Uooi iw reprei ntatlves
were takln.- the Initiative The boycott
will b directed especially at Asgerl aa
mgchlnery, It , said, but ..ii elTori w in
JHL ACQUITTED ON CHARGE
mm j .
BY RUSSIAN BILL
i lie mad" b tlie xlofl ug representu
lOllor room OfltlVM to huie nil .ci ii. r e with tba
I himaeir and I United dtgtea out -n aa a roan it or
is nr. lbs I the alsrogatlon by 'he L'olted Btatss ..r
e, but tremen-1 the treaty of 1st I
'BACKSCRATCHERS' TO TAFT.
I'reai.i. in nets Belated Christmas
i. in unit ., Mgppi Tbagght.
WAstlilNOTON, Dec. a belated
Ohrtotrnga present to President Tafl i
the shape of two "haeggcrgtohofg" from
WbltO House t0.dy, "BhOUld fOU have
oocxslon to use them before 113," said
I trie manufacturer In a letter aoi "o-
Panjlag tin git please sntertah the
Vpv thongtit in' Ml n 4n at vour
TRIANGLE CO. HEADS
Jury Declares That Harris
Blanck Were Not Guilty
Criminal Negligence .at
Asch Building Fire.
KEPT OUT OF
Judge Crain in His Charge Discussed
at Great Length the Question
of Reasonable Doubt
lss.1t Hnrrl! nn1 Max IHanck were cq-u''ed tlii .iftenio. n htfor.
Judjje ( ni l in Part V . Ceneral fssitins, mi lib- diarize uf inaiblaugtifer
Tliev had been ai'cusfd ii ciusfnif, In criniiwl neje;IljjeiKf. the Jeath dl
Marirnret SchwarU i! Ihc .sch HniMing lire on M.ir.h 25, when 147
persons lost their lives,
Judge '"rain discharged the defendants, thanked the jury and direct
ed tli.it Harris and Blanck lie shown out through a series t rooms, al
lowing them I" reach the corridor at some distance trom tlie c nirtruuin
There the v were met hy a squad uf police, who formed a square
about them and marched with them to the Canal street subway station.
The hostile crowd melted when it was learned thai they had eone. .
'I lie jur retired at 2.48 o'clock after Judge Crain had delivered
a charge in which he discussed the evidence at great length,
r " Instructions came ufter two maf.
QUIT THEIR JOBS
Fifty-three Resign Rather Than
stand ( "iiarcrc t Absence
I The resignations ..f Bfty.three married
SfOrnen s-'inMil ten hers became effective
this afternoon at the mogttgg of the
Board of BducaUon as the result of
i the poller .f ih" h I authgrluag to
dtacourago tbacn from rsnrsalnlgg In tba
aorvleo. i'or s-rtue ttglc I ue bond has
'nui'lq it 4 punt not i.i a.pnlnt mgrrlod
I women to peiUauKle p axllloog
Many Mgrtlod ten. her. alio applied
'for ggvog of gbasgoa bavo contended
that they had as m ueh rlahi to .lo th:s
ihk siiialc Luchers I ... r'.nt is of
Mrs. Clara g. rteaa. of Mo IM Bryan I
avenue a IggOfcaf In Puhtla . bed No
gl, Is B pre idenl Ibgl l"'d to H e lender
of many roslgngtlom b roar rlad legah
.Mrs lies was a-nen- rrnn. Mm j
to July 1, folloerlag a visa of tbg stork
to her home Bbg atked f tr a ears
bxava of gggggca In Igptombor, hut t
was denied On Mov a ohgrgg of
nexti t of dut) wg preferred agalnat I
h. r ti.v Hi" Btomentnrt gchoo Commits I
resigning ir ng
Man : i school
fmt Hv ' presenc
the a lion tax. n
rather than fa
dui.v. sulci may
(I own tlut their
Intarferaa wP'i t h.
. ii ra appri ate
i i it Aantedi ami
in Mrs. lies' ise
of them to resign
.l UXi'S of gegle of
: referred if ii s
xtxtsnog from sohgol
e . ucili nial r .uiiiic.
it w.i.i said at t is Board of Bduogttog
.o-day that Wig gum "r uf SObool Iggohi
Sri who are aTHtimg a. air. id is larger
man SVar. Mum gggg promptly re
signed upon fOtttgf married.
Sunday World Wants Work
Monday Morning Wontlu
PRICE ONE CENT.
. ..il.-.,, by the lawyers. Mag
11 Sl '. opening for the defnee. madg
a coldly analytical talk, both cffectlvi
arid adroit. t.-wlMant I list rlct-A t tornjl
Hoitwlck, closing lor the people, made
a brilliant and dramatic argument In
which he pictured the fire and lto re-
ulii witii torrlfl - force and arralgaed
Harris anl Blench as persona whoa
criminal negligence has caused "one of
ihi most awful , rimes in history."
THE COURT OFFICERS BAR OUT
I ha row. oi de me . uor was ne
allowed to enter tbe court room. Cg
i c,,. .-.eamaii, Vetera' ( court L
tendants, who has handlnl the crowsjs
with rre ludgmrtit, bad his forte
t'xed tu Its utmost to prevent poosib
trouble on the crowd.
Why caul I net in?" demanded
1 lust a buy In that
'"iien with shawls drawn over
'hel n , h iddled together In tlie
corndor. Among them were persogs)
"In "ii i prior "caaion had caused a
ids ne nation against tue de
''apt. -' . i... i . men watched tuv
lojsp a i luuldors clxmorod for
at id' ii decreed should bo
dan c. the. n.
Mrs Blanck and hoi Utile girl w
the .i- lo llnd pla.es anion? the ape--
JUROPS WHO WERE CHOSEN TO
I . ii k'jvb Hie cloie.'t Mention In
ti c pro i dings of the Dual duy. In l'
I"., .'.". t.ieso men. I'hueMi to ertlde
I I;.. ABRAHAM real estate, of N
lol Weal Onu Hundred and Fur y-
seven'.h atreet. -
. AN TUN S.-lll-.l HUMAN, olgarg, .ul
v.. West una Hundred and H
LI All . ItV VN. s ilcaman.
i' ic ii tt.lt -d mil I'urty-JS
I IIAHItV i: ROBDBIt, uxlnter,
No. s. tvesi Mnetiorb itreet.
:. H . ill. - I. I' I'lilt. buyer, of No.
'. i i'ic llundredJtnd Bgtygagi
t Villi Ml V.M W KSOIILKH, secretary.
I'll I.. JAl'OBSON, salesman, gj
No. i.i) n'eol Fifteenth street.
WILLIAM O. AKHILSTIIOM. clei k.
of N i Ulf Nelson avenue.
V ARLINGTON rt. BOVCB. euperln.
leodent, No. Ii: tUst Tweuty-tuurth
IV VICTOR STK1NMAN, ehlrts. of No.
i;7 Exet One Hundred aad irOrt
ii . ' ...'Ss.riv ii. a ,. mi . mn n.