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20TH CENTURY FLYER JUMPS INTO HUDSON
My Owners Surrender to the Lawrence Strikers
fsnther Clearing to-nlgtii Thursday fnlri colder.
VVreterr c leerlen to-night, Tk.ntar talri nlttr,
I " Circulation Book Open to Alt." I
" Circulation Books Open to All.
1 EDITION. ?T
PRICE ONE CENT.
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WOMAN GETS $25,000
A YEAR AND HAWLEVS
Margaret Cameron, Whose Real
Name Is Emma Sturges, Provided
For by Heirs as Railroad Finan
cier Requested in Letter.
A aettlemerrt has been made by the heirs of the late Edwin R. Haw
lay upon Miss Margaret Cameron, whose real name Is Dmma Sturges, by
whkh the railroad man's "ward" wil! receive an annual Income of
125,000 from the Hawley estate for the rest of her life, whether she
marries or not. Effingham lowers, the financier's magnificent country
estate at Babylon, L. I., and his city residence at No. 19 East Sixtieth
street, together valued conservatively at l ,000,000, have already been
deeded by the heirs to her, with the contents of both houses.
This statement was made to-day by John B, Stanchfield, attorney for
the heirs, exclusively to the Evening World. A letter written by Hawley
Juet before his death played an Important part In this settlement, which
was finally arranged yesterday. In this letter, witnessed by John Williams
and Henry Peterson, the financier! head gardener mid rlittu.'Teur, and ad
dressed to his heirs, Hawley requested that Miss Sturgei bo provided for
in the event of his death, and luggwtcd the settlement aa told, The he!r,
acting under the advice of Mr. SUnwWJeld, have carri.-d out the rail.-: nd
Mian -' inn, tinea '' 'til ol "' I
Hawl. y. beu'i a'.vIimI ty U'f
prtcr. )Ii'h K;-tli TttWKrt
th aiplmiil.lo iol!; j- ill Jlr, ltMMld
who vn ri4ti.l br f ilter H, Omtdtll
nd KMUrlek OtifUUU, npliw ot
wlr, nU W..l.ui(i fi Hauluy,
brothar. h..r.-it-i in thu
itaiM ot WM, rrfitl)' "
lib Mi mum H""
to n-(tr m ft t4 t
Komm an WnUtti
ownteht. inn. br
Co. (Ths Nsw
In Ire ent affairs ' KW.i M-.Uy
Mr Viti:ur f, OntRdfl und lira. Sy-
- 1.!. 1 of KMrtoy'a atairn, h4v
1 tier dnr:ii lir PlMW, and
' ia i.'iu m.wi ffieftdly
r4 i4 ! i olwaya nilud
kaiWMn KJi IfMnraa Hid lh mamuar
af idu r$Mt v fnltp
" RWfM,n mid Ma. ltnnfinlJ
Ifl-fllty, ') tt) f!iunnaF af ia'Aitoa,
vtc, livatj h) Ml! .rtd, h fn w'tiwt
lw t,,)rR, r, H.nma, tTMFa i,.
mnltiaa, h , vtrp (d OIM) t H4ta
MMWiay, r,.wi,i)i )fl.' fem ;., hi,
twylwnd til ew,im,
n rrcM miumm
Century Limited in the Hudson River
(Specially Photographed by an
Samuel Haslett Said He Could
Pull Striiig and Cut Burg
lar in Two.
That a Japanaa man - of - armor
ffuardad tho atalrway of the Hemaon
treat "houee nf myatary" with a rasor
edged anord during tho paat yeara of
tha hnr.-nlt-lllce aaclualon of Samuel- K.
llaalett waa tha feature of the testi
mony to-day at tha continuation of tha
Investigation Into tha old racluaa'a
anlty bafor a lunany oommlaalon and
Hharlff a jury In UroolUya.
At tha oloao of tha hearing th Jury
reoorted t'.e avd man Incompetent.
Within Are day th omirt will ap
point rommlttM of hla aetata and
SAward J, Qaynor, a Brooklyn real
eatat man, told of the armed Jap and
how he gimrded thn main atalrraaa
with a long, alender sword, ground to
tha n.'nat dg.
Mr, IfadMt," a!d the real aetata
man, 1 wa in mortal terror of bur
glar, Ha hlnuabt aet up hie Jfana
man-of-arnwir and equ:npd it with
Lprlnjfi and dovku m-a-a to lowar the
word If any Intruder attempted to
mount thu lira. He iHtd a siring at
tached 11 something Inelds tha armor
which, when pulled, would drop the
oword. This string h Ird up two
fllfftita of iialr to his bsdroom,
"lie enhthltsd th! automatou to me
ona day anil said, 'If I hear I burglar,
nil 1 tin" lo do is o pull ilia string.
Thau i'.- , n4 tho sword and rut
h.m In Iff),1 'i
The wltgsil aK roM of tl.s Sal)Ortr
sodi nr '..r:".'4 lie hgd I" un In 14-der
in obtain gn Iniorvigfj with. Mr, Has
ini ii, . i bMM IpoUm aftsy ih old
nun s haM mUttM durlsra' wortlp of
iu4 i .) . . tm ii- .i , rirs, tiut thai
iiiuiIh on i..;'tereni
",n oi.im o attisct Ins stiantion,"
so4d Mi .u..oss, "I had to fUf boih
the li.ib. ::. .ii 41.4 ?! KOO Iil ,a)o.
TiiMsi ( ni'iifiad vm atreeu i4 waited
hir Mr liisieu fit )h:4. a', a wiifu
l( ns appuf-i 1 knew lis Wwqi4 let insj
Hi, i ( tt iiiqif, aisjNHu i knew ?) awii f i
.n.. i.t ass ena,"
Am-- tiHtiston, wis liag tap an-
94 aa a hut, for Mr. Hagtsit gtoc
SS, Li, U(a. kt pggtwiUv M flU
GUARDED STA RS IN
HOUSE OF MYSTERY
YORK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3,
Evening World Photographer.)
AIN'T IT A SHAME?
Weary Willies Lap Up Some
of 6,750 Gallons Poured
Out by Excisers.
Rsavldstrta and pedestrian along Flrat
street, near the Bowery, were at a loss
to ssplaln rlie quoer action of varlou
eedy Individual on hand and kneea
drinking eagerly from the gutters, while
ot'iere also seedy furttvrly wiped tears
from therlr eyes with ragged eoat
"It's a sluwna, dat's wot It Is," was
the genera) ramark among ths seedy
"What' a shame?" asked a pasnerby.
"Wy pourtn all dat good boose into
da gut tar," waa the answer,
Than It developed that the murky
etrsam whloh was flowing merrily to
the sswsrs rsprssented U0 barrels a!
choice wines, whiskey and cordials
9,70 gallons of the real gtuff, think or
tl-snd that this 17.000 worUi of "joy
water" waa being turned loos In froi,;
of the Kflloksrbooker titorage anil
Warehouse Oompany, fo, t Flra:
strsst, under the direction of Deputy
bltate Riolas Oommlsajoner V oinun P.
MoAvoy and hla crew at 111 order of
EUclae Commissioner ITarluy,
Ths llquoy rsprsssnted saliure made
durlnf the last month In places below
Twenty-flrei atrsst wtllcli were ron
vjcted of tlllolt selling
Deputy i'omnlsioney McAvoy tiroke
open ths (InK barrel and allowed lit
content In gurgle Into (he fUtttg, snd
h.S men finished t tie 01U, ..a i rets
rapid sta:ueslon, w title a gt4l t rouii
of BeWSry Ii3bituea gathrrttd and rUS
hilly sairhcil t.'ie prweMling Tg lq
uor war conngcatad undgy warrant
lisitol y JiiHil.'e Dalle o Ins 0uprni
I'ourt, a'l ware dgtravag UKdgy HI -
dr of ludgrnonl and teirutioa MWd
by the eauie , mii.ii
quoted Mr iiu ci a .i .i,; "nd she
C4IHR to m .t i A. M. S ,t, ie Aflf illgg.
Hh ask4 me M nwrry :.. 44 tald
we it. .iq ;.. wtM Mti IfMdrwtbaf, 1
ani gotiis- m HDtM s Pui 4j...it thi sod
ua 1 It Hi A M Off!
I Tin 4 "' one "I in.;., slrania
I wtU(ien (us inrvi mill nixwi.
lh HW jf th" MHM It ann
Ur 'N H-L-"
IW WW gM
BOOZE INTO GUTTER!
AT LAWRENCE IS
Owners Practically Give in
to All the Terms Demanded,
LAWRENCE, Mm., March U-Tht
nrtat fertile strike practically came to
an end at 11.30 to-day when th sub
committee of the strikers accepted a
schedule of Increased wages offered by
William M, Wood, President of the
American Woolen Company,
The striken announced that they had
gained virtually every concession asked
when the strike was declared, nine weeks
Immediately after indorsing the
echsdule the sub-rnmmlttee submitted
It to ths gtrlks commutes Of the wmcle,
whlah sTithuslastlnally adopted It after
I less than a half hour's consideration,
This praotloally ended the strlks in the
: mills at the Woolen Trust,
The detailed figures nontalned In the
offer made by the Amerloan Woollen
Company to Its employees through ths
eutt-ooeimiltee ot the Industrial Work
r of the World, which conferred wlCh
1'residsnt Wood have been made public,
In sotns Instances ths mill owner
have offered Increase of 10 per cent, In
actual salary th Increases offered run
from 11,01 pgf week down to M rente pay
wesk for highest paid skilled operatives,
Til putt. ,i PC li.-rea-; whirl) Wl1 h
pnated Kriiiay in the inl.ls her a
"All employee formerly rng U
enla and eaa per hour SfUl It given
an increase nf S cnts prr nii;;r
"Bsaplspteg furinerly rclk:n b'4 g te
rente pr iionr sill receive lnfreaas of
I4 cents per ho it .
"atsgnigygeg formerly rtcniung ! i u
uanu . taBUf lli receive rages of
13 L'unts per Imui.
' Iiiinplni e formerly Mg(Bj j t
la im (. punr win rai'slvti
t-iL4va ol I I-l cvitls per iiout;.
' i!lipl's flllll.rly I'i...MIV(H5 I tw
In i e.it P n.xir wi rw;vs ni4t:4
i vUU pel lioui. Thu a44i( In
RftMl fl bf given 4lf lnii B)l!ky
JLMItll'll. IIKllVCl 1
he H i
All Job workers
u NRM an
U it an
era as of "
per i.eat. Afl itr;linu
WHtrk will be paid for at
l. in. and 4
Th agtsemeo: wartt It lbs cohidbi.ii
atisn rad ta l.OPO sliilisrs in biancu.
BIG MILL STRIK
WON BY WORKERS
Union Men Will Hold Further
Conferences and Meet Op
cralors Again on Friday.
9h B tthriiclte nonl operetur met
In Joint coiifercrirn wlrli rapr'-nenir!ve
of the galnaVsf union at Mo, H.I l,lliKy
ltre.'t lo-d.iy Htly turn I down fie
tnlnn .-it iu in I o tlMal hail 1 1 i t fcggg ml
nlttn,! by rreidnnt Whlto of tne union.
Ths operators deoltvred Industrial con
dition mad it Iniposslhlo for thtmi to
meet any of tlie V'mnr V
Hpeaklng nf th,. prfipnes: wage snsle
an Inereaae of Be per cent. -he op
nralora said they could not meat any
nudh r ' inleen the price of coal waa
Increased 40 rent a Ion. "And," it waa
added, "tl e puhllo would no. atand for
In th iKIgsmm Issued from ths
erutors' heai'-iuarter taou aaparat
demand of tbf mtnera waa discussed
and the reason glvan for turning It
down. In oonrhia'.nn It till elated that
tha preseiU ni ; .-merit of t'liya year'
landing had win i tiara cgory and that
io far M the oprti-r ware oonoemed
it would have to be continued,
trldsnl While of (!., ,.,- ,,,
that It wiin. i its lmpoask!e for th
union i eon nn;:. to a awnUniMns ret
preiil ron4lllofti 1'tis mlna.g' ry-
i.n.vwi Will UHin nirjusr cnn'ee
ii 4 ' iiyi vtaltfta tiitei uniu if
das;, w ish Ikas will l anuiliei jttli
.... : ..HI'..
. me n4irmne n , t w . .
AFTER HOT ARGUMENT.
WAUlllMlTiti-, MftMll S igf
....a-iu " I sllttlftn IN aeewul ;k
' 4liiH IP HIA in; fin),,iin ,.,,1,.
; ii,-.tert in .1 i.ui,4i!un PhRa)a
i UaiilAf, nine; or nw ,irsi-i- j u
' kaSlw(l ItWwW liu..-me Pgliy)
I nl Us I 'Hit" t lilats. Til v'lu wa
AiAMVi mm Hi T!i KMH v
da. pa ; dsn a:.iwi; bj, s , , ,,.
itkiuutii hI r4w!r-t fly") m 'i"ni)(h ft
ill PfH: 0Wwte 'rV.fi'f i..ud
,,Mi Ilia at Vuidji lisiii'tcrut.i: prgaaj):
XAllep, ad avsr ttiuda ny t-uMefUd
TURN DOWN ALL
CRASHES THROUGH ICE
OF HUDSON; 30 HURT
Twentieth Century Limited Hits
Broken Rail Near Poughkeepsieand
Five Sleepers Plunge Through
20-Inch Ice Into Water.
STEEL CONSTRUCTED CARS
Relatives and Friends Greet the In
jured at Grand
The passengers on the Twentieth Century Limited train which
wrecked at Hyde Park, north of Poughkeepsie, this morning,
brought to the Grand Central station on the second section of thi same
train, arriving at 1.15 o'clock this afternoon. There were about thirty
Injured passengers and some of them were taken to hospitals In ambu
lances which had been summoned by the New York Central.
Mrs. A. B. White of this city was taken from the train Io a dying
condition. Her husband was waiting for her In the station, but she was
removed by way of an elevator through the Lexington avenue entrance
white Mr. White was hunting for her among the passengers who ware
leaving through the main gate. Mr. White finally learned that ahe bad
been sent to New York Hospital.
List of Injured
Following 1 a Uot of pass Mirers re
ported serloiiely hurt:
a. m. ayajTwmsiomFy. o. laa
iioyd street, aniwaakss, rise and
right hip hroasa.
km. a. a. warn, to, right
arm fiwotarsd, ent and hrnlgsd.
r, ta. Bwaswrsnr, no. sht ns
dnt gtPeet, wroohlyn. badlj ent
aboot head and hands.
pg. r. O. WAJMIsTITJU. Orand
Baplda, out by gUss.
STILMAU flow, eat Slgnty
first strsst. Sfw Torh rlhs brohen,
Internal In art.
OAM sttBOXsTOTOsI, Ms, segh
North Mnooln street, Ohleagei
both hands cat,
AhalPA UrATHON, N,
B fog North Ashland avian, OhU
oagoi left arm trnotased.
snus. O, t. fOWISS, Waldorf
Aetorta Motel, Now oh ent by
Use, (WW of n-Oengisssmon.
Maa. . jsauoon, No. ess .
fotm's plaos, Nsoohlyai sight area
hsoktni eat by glasa,
-Jill J 111 MAGNTCN.
Olnstnaatt. 0.. states of th wile of
Out, S. K. Ford of One Naadrsd and
rifty-ta.b sUtet and Bsondwag,
Now Tprh, laurnal Is J oris s.
sjov, ' M. . aootM, Mo. ma
Pialn avna. Calsag. Badly sal
and wrnlssd and poaallla Intssnal
ISJUa) AltH WCI, Ns, 41 Q
ibssn . Aatrasn, ehe stes
Md peel bis iteenat tajsslss,
Aansnff (tes lnjrs wit . B,
NNvcaab, r, r, ribtig, r, p,
wi mwmwi , vt
WUltasd, A, r. OPPr,
j, n, msbbkt r. r, nnrrtino
uti.'.l- t. T, COafOBXiii m
UUUil Pnltwio wese
IEK11Y W0MBN TO VOTE.
Jii CnmjtlMill Agp3 to Ho
ltir! i.jjiii'.sra; AridiitlinJii
ajsjj law;- ...k.i is. r-.s fBfMaPf
lie ui-tlfax If Ilia (a 4 : Un iiti !t4ijr
iffiH ntaj 1 r. i-i. i
,1m .... . . N.dt
SJHI VtiM " d-vp wHm tilt
The rsuHoo retbirls wjlftr
PRICE ONE CENT.
A gentleman who looked after Mrs.
Whits eald she had been to a deeperet
condlUon from ths tine aba was lake
from wiwsk. Her InJnrleg era ad a
nature whloh, in Use Judgement ef tee
doetesg a h train, wUl have a fa sal
Ire, A. H. Oastavwen of Chic, an
Wsrly woman, rery badly Injured, was
aleo taken t New Verb If o pit el, Oae
ef the negro perier a a reed Hilts was
taken io the easne Institution, others
of the Injured were taken ta tea bosses
r lo hotels In laaloatM,
Th seeond section ,f lhe TwanUeth
fentury Umlled was transformed In Is
li iepital train after II lf the seen
of ins wreeh. h comnsetmeal sse
waa turnsd ever entirely to the tojared,
the dootora and the nuns. Tahl
cloths snd napkins served for Iwndggf,
PAaWNMRt ARRIVI NBI Pi
kfany of the ps swsj I i In the wreeh
loot nearly all their slothing, un atan
appeared W the Oraad Central tUslsn
aiUred only in n suit of raajassaa, gn
ovareoat and a pair ef shoes, Wegtea
arrived with only their suter wraps gvey
their nlghl dresses. Nearly all the we
mn on the train were suit n laatr
bertha when the wreeh susurred, a
they had been told by the pener thai
th train waa over an hoar late,
Thomas O. Wllliaeo, an attsmey gf
illavsland, O,, who waa Ubsh front the
train lo a taalsab In an Invalid' shnlr
and swot to tha Waldorf Aster ia, w
the only paasengi r who tesaplaihas pf
bad treatesanl, H dUrd ihhl ks had
waned iwe heuie (or mtdteej attenlles
Mr Wllliard WM hi oreahtast In (hs
din.ng ar when tho train 11 the tyaru
and sufsred not only from ut Mid
iinu.e bui front auiinrtm In th ly
wtii..n cf tU Mud,
W A. r.erHn nf Oslansw ea asW
In hi berth whan toe .is, ;! sr a
whieii -im was ri,i;.i,i C4iapu.isd into ihs
Mpdaon, Ha seeapd in n;a .u-aau.
r. m ii a eroniaii in her mglilgowa
H.ium he feuml halt unaunsaiotia an site
,.f th p, iiu ,:r.4v"-,i tne tgm,
an ihSwUCt) H wiaunw .md lii ig( r..
IS III tier git -A r;r,-,.;ij ,,v.r h
- ' -m thu Ik gf In tier ka-e fl,
)im IMdMidsVi af I'inewmd sygt
gigng .n Ilia ...aw.i: i (.. mi wf .Soy ear
ill Ihs tiunicilt f ill wrai, n,g m.
,i, wIlW i-. HI f.nieii tkj (s
iii sVrl 4Hd . found ktmU
imi'A-i I": 141 i atrwoisij ma
trnUn l Wf" OH ikd "HMldg s)f Sjl
tif tM ne.'1,"'-l ;o tS wiBdaa ajjd
jliilia., lirr tfi.li ri HNJNM. WW
piH(iilr' mMf4 i4 iJi IP aH hf
Wf, y -fiv- tl tir4 Hiawts M
t'..f!.i ikJuM lilPsM..', us the smm n
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