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ESCAPED PRISONER IS BACK IN SING SING
Warring on All Chauffeurs to Avenge Death of Boy
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RECKLESS KILLING OF BOY
AROUSES NEIGHBORHOOD 10
WAGE WAR ON CHAUFFEURS
.'olice Fear Outbreak Among
the Residents of Lower
West End Avenue.
HUNTING FOR SLAYER.
Companions of "Buster" Fay.
Killed Last Night, Furnish
Clues to Detectives
a to trlng ear killed little "Bui-
er" Fay on the strset In front of hi
'.ome. No. 12 West End avenue, j ester
iy evening anil the chauffeur put on
A and got away. Automobiles and
lauffeun are about aa popular In that
I art of town a a case of e msJl-po
Fag nsldsnt of lower Wet Bnd ave
nue have fworn to take revenge on any
-d all automobiles and chauffeura
asslng through the etreet until the
man and the car that killed "Ouater"
i ajr are found.
he resident of lower Weat Bnd
avenue are not given to making vatn I
threate. They are not In love with auto- I
met Ilea and ohauffeura anyhow, uneur- ,
genre botmd for uptown on the far weet I
aide nave bean aoouatomed to ruitnlng
dawn fifty-ninth etreet to Wset Bnd
u venue, turning north and bitting up
i heir epied to tf or M mllee an hour to
negotiate the Mil that lead up from the
Weat Snd avenue tenements to the West
Knd manalona and apartment house
Aroused by the brutality of the kitting
or fee Fay boy. aod knowing the tem
per of the blooka In Weat Bnd avenue,
between Wtg-nJoth and tHHy-fkrst
the dateotlvea assigned to the
are working like bloodhounds to
run down the baufeur of the oar.
MT Of NUMBERS PROVIDRD BY
They tarve a aet of numbers given by
spectators wvho got a fleeting gtlmpM
at the plate hanging from the rear of
the tonne They have a description
of ttfie oar and another Clue In the shape
of a rubber storm blanket which was
jarred from around the knees of the
..auffeur when the oar atruok "Bue
John Dowrie, twelve year ld, a play
mgtg of "Buster" Fay and a bright.
.-serving little New Yorker, got the
Mimbar of the car as O.MO. The car
bearing this number has been traced to
a garage at Little Neok, L. I , where It
has been stored all winter. But young
Lowrle insists that the figures he fur
nished are In the number of the oar In
some combination or other, and "Tom "
and DavlU Lawrence, boys on the block
tnd witnesses of til fatality, ante with
him. The dateotlvea hope to get their
ear ami their man ly following all the
combinations thai on be formed out
of the llguros glVSfl.
The nam-.- given Busier" Fay In
baptism was Patrloki afier the name, of
In father. He ni oalled Buater" be
MUll he wut fat imd good natured. He
Las ten years old and one of two little
I... x of the family.
" i urough che chamiela of oommunloa
tlon peculiar to chauffeurs the word
nag apparently been paaied that lower
est Kn.l avenue Is a part of town
Khar automobiles ars not welcome at
this time. Ken -ar p.tite-1 through thai
street to-f'uj. and these passed slowly,
to:' a pH emgti ! ' ' n'nir of Fifty- (
ninth street manifested . tre:ne vigil-.
snce at the approach of an automobile. t
The policeman t.i thsra with orders
from superiors who hv loma respect
for the temp Wt II End ave
q So many application! (or copies of
twa famous portrait came from people
who failed to secure the FREE coupon
printed m last Sunday! World (and
pictures could not be obtained other
wise) that it MM been decided to put
the picture within reach of Sunday
World readers again. I For further
particulars see io-nwrrowV Sunday
World. Firit page' !Itin Sheet.
All vttio it a
lilt vtcts'i fr
iei m reeniefl t l,-
t nansr.l Th itrit
plsturs art nqiiftttd
. , t up I t , not I resdfr
will t In tee I'
ID r M : , it Us
BOY WHOSE DEATH
CAUSES A NEW WAR
ON AVTO DRIVERS.
PMRICK FAy J ft
ABOUT GOV. FORT'S
Refuses to Discuss It, but Ex
plodes ;i Humor of a
Trip to iiurope.
From the demeanor and lsngaage of
Col. RooBSVeit to-day he was not
f-l.-an.si at the action of former Oov.
Fort of New Jersey who. after a visit
and conference at the Outlook offlceo
yesterday. !oclared his solemn bell.'f
that the Colonel would be wllllnK to
accept the Republican nomln;i:lo:i anl
WOUld soon mtike his postthei clear. The
k'olotifl was asked this af'ernoo'i about
rh'i New Jersey gtetogmen'a remarks.
"I have nothing to say aoout what
Ko:t says." snaipped the Colons,
"Hut Uov. Fort Is quoted as Haying "
' .etrn n a reporter
"I haven't read the Fort interview, I
don't Intend to lead It and I will not
discuts it. replied the Colonel, and that
was rlna I,
Col, Roosevelt definitely exploded the
rumor iliat hi Is to sail fur Kirope In
tne earh sprint; for 1 lorg visit. This
report eiiiiteated fr-jm lo; sources and
was given publicity by a antt-ltoosu-velt
neu-ipa; this morning
"J haven't thought of going to BtlfOPt
this summer or any other time," satd
Col. RooseVelt "In fact, this Is the first
time the suggestion hae been made In
the remotest way 1n two years. Who Is
!: who so 0 iei wishes to Sails me
.Jtevfal hastened to tell him tne name
of a person liigy thought WOtlld like to
exile him, but hs rei is'-i to ::ten. He
said he Intended In , 1 to Oyster Ha
on a late afternoon 'tu'n unii had no
appointments to meet anybody in the
nean time Th Colonel's only visitors
it his sanctum .-' ' irmer State Hena
Mr Colby of New Jeise, a RoOtOVSlI
boomer ud a leader ot the Progrsittve
movement In Ills Mats and former
Oov, Horace White of New York The
h Jersey g.genator is i pretty
busy paity ground the Outlook ofllcei
these days h having BOD one of tne
visitors to the Oolonsl.
Bg-OoV, Wh'ite was loseted with the
colonel for about twn IOUIH When be
w-:s leaving lie Raid he had been -.iilKin
about a prospective -rip to Mould Af
rpg to -hoot big gam--.
How is the tentlinent toward T.tfi
up Onondagg way'.'" asked a reporter.
'President Taft is very itrong up
there," ilr- White, "but, of court,
tltere ds somn sentiment among ttie far
mer against reciprocity "
i'ol. RoogeveU'e ichsdul of move-
n.ents for thl gfteri I I tiled for his
departure for Oyster Ha- some time In
advent I the time of the arrival of
President Taft from New Iljven to at
tend three dinner t'i-nlghi
J .-...-.- :a toe sUuns sad tltattt ri all Cossl
sisr, titutril, I'll' Americaa sod Ib-rmmU
itssmfts. Check tOOSJ for bsztstii tad psr-'sls
dsn ssit trtitltpi rtt u T't,V.r'-'' Vi)
Mk lee TslteeMS letsatt 1000.
in raw m
Big Pieces of Asphalt Hurled
Through Windows and on
Roofs of Private Residences
FLAME MANY FEET HIGH.
Police Guarding It Until
Workmen C m Repair the
There was a voloOBAlO-UlN eruption of
fliy ,uid tock In the middle of Elglitv
dnt'i street, between 'ioluTibvs avenue
and entral l ark We-t to-dy when a
. meln exploded, it n.k the neigh-1
' orhocd, breo'titig wlnOu vs and oroatln ( I
i panto :r leongi of the tine dwelling
nnuses on both sites of the etreet,
Piece of asp.iait were hurled through
parlor end second story windows Itlg
blocks of .t went ..tv feet In the air
and fell upon W roofs.
.Men. women and Children, ecrcamlng
with fear, ran out into the street nni!
then rushed hock for shelter again as a
geond tgploeton the block. AH
, eeaped unhurt.
After the first Shock a tra flame thirty
feet high gej ered from ths cavern n
the middle of the etreet, it turned with
u roar thai could be heard a block
away, snd !t Will continue 10 burn un
til tasty mom which burst con be
A pre alarm wag turned in, and Dep
uty chief King came with apparatus.
Me remained In i barge, setabllehlngj tire
i:ne elboui ' it fountain of fire, a doz
en pollcemc'i were detailed to maintain
the lire lines.
When the emergency crew from the
ga ompany arrived they immediately
turned oir the gas in every bunding on
both sides of the street. Then laborer!
were put to work mining for the broke!
main on tioth sides, They Worked anil-l
puffy explosions of gas, which had
worked its way through t it ground to
fifty feet on both tides of the hole. No
one could explain what caused the
break In the main,
HITCHCOCK HERE TO-DAY.
BUT REFUSES TO TALK.
Stays in His R'kim ;it
PottinasterUentral Prank 11 Hitch
cock, who Is In the city to. day, made
his visit a matter o( much m.vslery
Mr Hltchcoolt arrived at the Motel
-Manhattan shortly after 1 o clock tills
morning a ?t, I from that time until late
in the afternoon was in tecluetoji In bis
suite on tiie twelfth floor. Bfforie to
oht lin on Intend' W with him wc-re un-
The telephone iti Mi llltcheooli g room
was butj iost if the da; lth long-distance
telephoni celle, Hhorttjuafter 3
o'clock in!- afternoon Ml ztltchcoeii
satnt down to the street by way of the
rear eleviltoi As :ie I, irileo to a tuxl-
.-ah a few queftlong were I urled at him.
but Mr. Hltcheoch refuted to talk.
TRAIN CAR TURNS TURTLE.
trwrsl I'rnnsylvsnls Hullnai' l'a
.enuers Hurt In Jersey Crash.
I.. Jan. 31. A
laevmge ' train
about a mile I "it i
t the Penneylvanlg
uudwburg, 'a., to
ler illed on a switch
if here, at .sti o'clock
cine it- well hod With passengers
turned I irtle, end taveraj i-rons were
hurt, tiie most atrlouely Injured being
Saratcl.- l.eonl. a section hand, who
was working at the time on a faulty
switch ib- wag ' uvtd to a boepltt!
w t-.ere his onditlon It crltlcet,
Those on the overt timed cgr received
op' minor - its gnd 1 I 1 est
SIX KILLED BY TORNADO.
Hne-i.ii to Tt..- Efenlai Werig.)
WINONA, Miss. Jin, iz lives
wert lott, I ores u' nei'Soni were In
jured a'ld dozens of houstg dl -troyed by
a tornado whbii swept thg dlntrlel ex-
tendlng from here to Newton early to.
day. AH the deed are negroes, ggoept a
little deughter ot Albert Wales, u
a wlree are down and detail meggrt
It Is feared the death Us' may grow.
Wilson on S -liriisl.il llnlloi
LINCOLN, N'e.i Jan g), ldt unine
of )n- Woodrnw Wlleon of K'ew Jere'.
w,-i preeented et i ogndldgte foe Pre -dent
at the Democratic primary by I
petition nie! with th ge retgry of gtatt
Igre o-dt Tiie pttitten signed -!
Man Falsely Imprisoned, Freed
After Year, His
e m V 1
IN MILL STRIKE;
Two Women Among Prisoners
Taken From House Where
Lxplosive Was Hidden.
IxA WTtKNCK, Mall., Im W
tlrst trrests growing oul nf tie In
ceatlgation "i posglble use of dynamite
in connection w-itii the mill itrlkt in
tht I r w i made thl- afternoon when
tit gyrltm end .1 negro weir taken
into cuetody I" house When several
nicks of dynamite with caps fusee and
wire Were found Tie- arrests were
made by four ingmhort of the gtatt
police who have bean aaarfhlng for
inch explosives fat several days How
they happened to find 'be dynamite
Wgg a matter which they ke.pt fovre
Those mder trretl are; larrlt Marad,
a tailor in who,, rootn the dynamite
was found, and who Is one of the
strike leaders, Joseph AaWsf, Tlintdgd
Boerion, colored; David it-niied. David
Blthtra "f Pli Mil, n. v . miss gelda
Rathell end Mite M iry gwltj
The a ithorltl'-s leaned 'ha dynamite
had been brought into ti,. city iaS(
night 'run PenAeylvani 1 and 'o-day
two forces of off! ers tarted oui to
find It One party wen' t.. the Italian
quart at while the other tearohed
lioueee occupied by gyrigns.
1'pou reachlni m hi bouts the
officers tnot tin reeletancti mi n'at any
thing .-aid when t lit dyn 1 i .ti w ic 'on id
In u closet behind a ouftlln Tht In
pttteg were Immediately taken Police
Headojunrtert and errang ntt made
or an early hearing In 1 1 irl
Prevlouo to the grreatg i'ol gwsttter,
in command ot the militia, rounded up
all the dynamite ti nt the police and
oldlere eould bnd In Idiwrenoi and
bad it conveyed la the .irui .tj
Fewer employeee returned in wmi;
tO'dey and the outlook be ani leti n-
courtvglng when it was announced that
lb mills would probgbl) n M tlug I
Mondg) morning, There era no n -
tpongt to-day I" the Bppag ul Prsal.
dent Wield of tie Auieicir. IVoollsn
' 'ompany to his 0,00u etriltlng tm
ployeee to return to work, ii .s p,,s-
Kibie. however, that at the 1 ting of
the ti liters to-morrow - inn . nerted
n' lion may he tuknn r ggrding thl
Pour additional com patties t ttoopi
were td Ua a.ij I '.. th ito.i -.
fere guarding let c.ti
Wife and Si8terlwuuu w """"
TAFT RUNS 10 FIRE
i 'resident Cuts Chapel to See
Firemen Fight Blaise That
v,.- '.H,'T!".-v ' "i PMl
,N,:V .', ' f 7
dent raft -ot chapel at ale this
niornltiK to run to n fire In old rto ith
Middle hail on the college . ampus. The
Presldont, l io I here to attend a meet-
Ing of fale CorporaIon, rose .eirh and
dress oil an- I left nls hotel to go to cod -
lege chapel, only ,, block awav. That
Wgg at hot I 0'clOOlt. Hei win passing
tiy Ptierpa gateway, which 1e iialf way
along College street, to linttell Chap) I.
when lie saw the heavy smoke beating
down 1nU the college campug
With all the ardor of hie i-illeete dnv
he Joined trw rush of u I l-rgr aduat.-e
Who were trea.ni1ng pell-meal toward the
Jormltory WhlOh was on lire He mlu
(led with the crowd of student stand
Ing In a back row, and for twenty mln-
utet watched the ftremen at work until
he ajtw the red helmet of the fire
fighters poking mit or Dm lipper win
dow. I ! then knew the danger was over
and turning shout walked lo ohape'l. h r-ilv-lng
tliKie as Prntsdgrrl Iladl4.y had
ooneluded hi prayer. While the Preg
Ident ttood among the LMidergraduatea
. w it not genera! I recognised Every
1 ice was turned t 'Ward old Month Mld
,11,'. .viler lie went toward chil, how
ever, ,1 number of the st idongg gave him
a warm greeting'
The life broke out Jus' aa nhapel bell
rang this morning. ClOUdt or tnlok blaik
smoke suddenly rolled out nf tua upper
windows and poured down Into the
campus, giving a genre to Vale men. whu
cherish the old building for Its historic
past and the memories of fatnous alomril
who had roomed there.
I'lio fire started In the room of
Carlton m. Reynolds of Danbury probH-
bly ; a curtain blowing i-altiet a gis
Jet, and imoke agon filled the fourth
and top floor of tht old "I'Mt.ig On
the ground floor Is the office of Dean
Frederick H. Jones, and tt was mem
bers of the ofttel for it ilu.- dis- ovtred
trie f.ro The three upper stories of the
building are oocupti 1 b) ttudente, all
or whom wore as:.: itij mgnj of ihent
on tht wa to chap-!
There war, nrent tseltemtgit at the
unhicsity, tim etudente and faoulty
pouring out of t.ie various buildings and
Crowding the campus. A'.l were eager
to assist In fighting Did flames, but
1 their aid wis tin Jl' tw, the firemen
... .1. In. ., CL uf.rl, nt In. If,h
Ul .1. ' . .,.,,.' ' W M ' . , - - - ,
ItiHiins on the top floor aii . tl.a' below
It and sign tht dean'1 lll weft dam
aged by ainoku. The total Loot la estl
nt it'sl a- 1, do
WITH TWO PASSENGERS
FLIES 3,526 FEET HIGH;
BREAKS W0RLD"S RECORD.
viifnr Verrepl in Darin); Rlgtltj
., i t i
: ' l" 1 '' U', r0r
Hull I .it I'.iris.
pAflti -ln J0. Aviator Vorept,
itlng . nonopiane, carrieu two pisitn-
j, i , I . ' . I )T " - . osi
t'.a ".i.'.ag a Ki.tl record.
IN YALE'S HISTORIC
OLD SOUTH MIDDLE
DflRRFn (IF YPAP
OF HIS LIBERTY,
wants to forget
Oscar Krufjjer, Vindicated and
Freed from Prison, Kefurns
to Loval Wife.
BI.AMKS MR. COMsSTOCK.
Was Unjustly Convicted of
Sending Improper Mail
Now Seeks Only Peace.
Oarer Kmeger 1 the heppleet man In '
I "uZ Yr IflJTZ: r r I
who. with Mrs 1. 1st, Iteynuld. Knie
; ger sieter. waited up In tbetr cozy
Utile bom all night tor Kruegcz-'e re
turn from the Kederal prlsm In Atlanta
where he hat been wrongly Imprisoned
ffff a year.
Krin K : wiu, released from prison on
I rite order of I'restdent 'raft when an .
! Inveettlgatlon of the ,-aee by Aestatant
i ruetrlet-Atfsrney lajtnlei Walton Jr. i
I acting ussier Inetrurtlon froni the D0
, partmenr of Juttloe. dllclosed Krueger I
bad been unjustly i:nnv1ttel of sending !
a young woman an improper letter
I throikgh (lie mgll.
The evidence in the ease was secured
by AiiLhooy Oosagtoch and. after Krue
ger hssi Dtttn t-onrloted and neoteav od
to eighteen monttat Imprisonment, it
was discovered he was not the man Who
had mailed the letter. A Itrong oheln
at circumstantial evidence secured hie
crmvlotlon. In a remarkable case, by a
Jury which scarcely left the lurv boa.
, to sure were they Kmeger wi s the
When an Kventng World reverter
gelled at the Krueger home. No Ut Baal
0n flunArid Twenty-fifth etreet.
1 t(,.,,ay hl. foyktS the 4iaPV hutbattd had
arPvwj oft, his lang nlgfit ride from
Atlanta. The reunited family were Jistt
: floleiilng the haatpteet brakfest they
I ever bud esten.
! "I WANT TO POHOST, BVOT I
CAN'T," NK tAVel.
; Krueger sat at one end 'f ehe table
' With Ms son Harold on his knee, and on
I the Other lde. kneeling beside mm and
ch)tohlng hie hand aa though afraW gome
mtorlou fare wimld again tevae ham
over from her. was Jile falthfug wtfe.
Mrs Hevnnhls, hte sdtwir. was hovering
ovi-i hlru like iin aiiaious sitd fond
tgrd prolei'tlng it young
The cozy little flat was epotleaaly
clean and neat. There were fresh
flower on the breakfast table, and
about tiie little home wag a woradarfel
atmosphere of herpplnes
Whan th reporter first mi tlosied
Mr. Krueger about hks eaperlere and
sutsseiiuent happy home-coming the
freed man conld not speak. His syae
I gJiod with tean and hie whole body
tremtiled. Finally Ida wtfe put her
arm almut nun me irsgmgly and
prnesi d her "h-ek cluee to hie.
"Don't worry! Try to r or get nas
pant," she said.
"Tltat is Just It," alrueger finally
manugsd to artloulata "I want eo to
rorget what 1 have, endured for a year,
but Just now H doesn't seem aa though
"1 want la pat the past behind me
and think of nothing bat my heme and
wife and cbtld. What I have fought
for, and what my dear wife has fought
for ohlefly. is my vindication I was
never guilty In the slightest degree of
the charge brougrht against m by An
"All I want now Is peace I want
in sil' 1 up my IMtls home again and
tut anew, wltti IUs raorrlble memory
All during those Wank montha In that
Atlanta OOUi I thought and wondered It
the day would ever come when I woukf
sit again In my IKtle hum i thougnt
of the days when 1 started from tht
hOUgS with my kit of toots on tny shoul
der, ready fur the day's work, nappy
and contented 1 Just want a cnance to
w irk for my family and my home, i
ANONYMOUS LCTTCR WAS gJA6IS
OF THE CHARQE.
He choked up and was unable to say
more. He Ixeit il iwn over hit iltUs a-,n
and guntly tried on th,- lltUe chaps'
shoulder Mrs ICr leejer, I mi ling through
het 'ear, kin- i oeeUlr her hutbenu, and
I. at' i Mt hand l etyjgvl riligly.
"We are all rtaJiy too nappy to tell
whet our uuhn ppin-s anil suffering has
been, gbien my brother tee b.n awy,
sal 1 Mrs itevnolds. We list wir. -0
he left 'o oar haaplueas. We rn all
glad, though, nf the opportunity to let
tne world utMiw ni Drothar la ttwnucent
and has been vindicated "
my. .i-coraing to the
AFTER CUTTING HIS
WAY FROM SING SING
Short Termer Chips Hole in Thick
Roof, Wriggles Through Open
ing and Lowers Self to Free
dom by Blanket Rope.
MOST REMARKABLE ESCAPE
Caught Few Hours Later Waiting
for Train at Briarcliffe and
Returned to "Solitary."
Francesco Dot hi no, a short-term convict at Sinn Sing, enjoyed a few
hours' liberty to-day after the molt remarkable escape in tiie history of
the piisoii In some manner the prisoner had chipped and vraped an
opening in the fooMhk'k stone rorf larc enough to haul himself throurh.
A rope of twisted blankets let him to the ground.
DoliaflO's escape was discovered when keepers went through the
main prist in early to-da . An al.inn was immediately sent out to the whole
cvii:; tryside and a few hours later the man was captured at Uriarcliff.
t'blef of Poltoo Oator tan a msn
hanKlng shout the railroad trucks of
the t'mrtem Division irei beoauee of
bis suspicion eorloni took him Into
DUgtodj fie i irneri out to be Dorlano,
lt. ivas retUmed to Sing Ming and Is
now in toll tar y eonflnt ment,
Mow long rhtllann had latmred le make
rhe hole tn 'be prison rood large enough
to ecrummixlute lite xhouldera can only
Bloodstains ShiiV Two Persons
Had Been at Place Where
Body Was Found.
William and Henry O'Neill, walking
thle afternoon throng. i tb wood at
the Maplewooii etid of Ui South or
ange N J,) trolley Une, came upon
the body of a meat lying In die enow.
Then wae a bullet wound in rata head
Mo revolver was .near
Th police on invnatlgatton found
rtr had been two men at the spot,
and that one of them had gone away,
leaving a trail of blood on th snow
Mekghoora Hid they bad ear.) several
Shots tn the woods early tn the glternooD
whldh they tuougha er fired by hunt
era One or two tff thorn rminijeril
rtartrgr. seen a :nnn corn Owl or tne
wooiVs s-nd limp I 'srd th- end Ot the
The dead man wag apparent. thirty.
five trail old. WOTl a gr Storm i;
jOaek ovetc iut. b a :s i uat and llgu
ttoiiaers. There WSta no indtoSliOOl re
gaaUtg his Idnnttty.
The police ca;ne to the con lutlon tnal
two men oetnr nerc from Vew Vortt i"
lr a du:. Ooi :..- Phyetelnn m Iter
bert Wm mains said u at the oi.m left
dead In rhe wo ids null not ..
'tavr oommftted iii Idt
THIRD BOSTOTFIRE VICTIM.
itrjsrroN. .fan -a v .u
thai of i woman, wns found la lay
In the rjlrwi of the Itevere I loos.',
which was partial dgajtroyed b tin
on Tu'1.l, Tiie body of tnothoi
wi,rnati was raoovered yeetrrt i Both
! the Morgue for I I, utm it ""
A a fhcinali died ai- tt.-- .-suit of
Inlutie.a sustained .1' 'he Ilr-'. -iie fa
talities to-ila n' iusi three end the
police and tlreiiren wore not sure this
afternoon the all tin bodtti have been
DEAD MAN IN SNOW
MAY BE VICTIM 0
OF THE PRISON.
!. surmised It li beitev.-d be must halve
ien scraping away at the hard iton
fo ra week at l-a.t or posithly a month
H could work only In the dead el
night, when Ida feliow prisoners wer
tound asleap. and even then his gOJg
cutting must hsve proceeded alowty In
the fesr that keeper might be at
treated b ythe scraping steel
LITTLE VENTILATORS IN ItOO
Each cell In ths top gallery has a vtn
i. tor, ait by eight Inches, get gg th
uiaeonry roof that alants down osstsay
over the head! of prison By elaad
Ing on his stool or cot Dollano, a Mttla
man, was within rssoh uf the vantll
With hie home-nuuV atone -ousting lea
ploment the determined prisoner mutt
have begun hii task by ousting away
the stone around the metal ventilator
It is believed the Brat par of ate lab
was accompUihid by freeing entirely
the ventilator, eo he could take It eMtva
at night when bs resumed opsraaksae
and replace It during the day In SWStl
a manner that the ateady enlargement
of ths hoi in the roof was not tktOJoe
abl during th hasty Inspections meats
A small lie of atone uukpa was fount
In a corner undei the got WggtJee
ivennedy and his men believe tale gli--the
result of Duiiann'i last night e
labor. He mast nay secreted the stoi
cutting! of ulh' iilglai about hi.
clothing and thrown thaui away
meal during tne cay.
The story of Dollano'a last
the cell was plainly told by ths evi
dence he loft behind. With Uis baa:
tune chip snicked from the thick reef.
tim prteontf ton hla blankete into strip
twisted them Into a lope about 10 fee!
long and wiggled up through th aet
Than lie tllppod silently to tui edge
if th. prison root overlooking the rail
road tradis XI in was a drop ef
about M fee' lie uttached the rope to
the cop. ng and lowered hlmtelf.
CLIMPEJ DOWN WALL BV CgfLL
Dandling t t ie end of his Improvteed
, rui"', t.i- ntrv) convict taught bold oi
, I th' bare of a ell window and lowered
bimeelf until hi- ftyt teted on th
window sill. Clinging by .hi Anger
to the rough si ui" wall, h must havi
regoned one hand down and caugnl the
bar below mm Again he n id to re-,,,-at
the trick, win... brought him
t landing on tne prison wall.
Prom t urt .t was . dangerong but
poaalble drop ..r fifteen ftel to the
it w gg the m irbt lie exploit
i 'i. ic- tn inisi i ny tgptrltnea,"
paid Warden ' the i. Kennedi over ths
phone to Tne iii' nn,; World to-day.
Dollano w is at nenoed in Nov., uno.
to not leas than two md a half nor
more than tlvo years for felOalOUg as-
sauit. lie had been I model prisoner
and In all likelihood VOUld have been
par I'd a year from ticv MaJ.
11,- wis tm Ployed in the cart and
wagon ahop in tbu prison, and It le
ihuught hv may hava imuggled
Uupiemeat into bhncsli.