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IN WEST SIDE LABORATORY;
LOVED DENTIST IN VA N
'Martha Miller" Sent to Flower
Hospital With Bullet Wound
CONSCIOUS, BUT SILENT
Found in Dental Parlor of
Man Who Lived in Same
House as She. Jjjt,
There wu taken to Flower Hoepttal
this afternoon a good-looking young
woman. On the books of the lmtltutlon
aha waa reglatered aa "Martha Miller,
aged thirty, a maid, living at No, SM
Wait Ftftyflfth itreet." The police sl
ohmrcea her with attempting aulclde.
"Mlaa Miller" waa removed to Flower
Hoapltal from a dental office and labor,
torjr. jointly occupied by Dr. Henry W.
Qlllette and Dr. IieiUe M. Palmer on
the twelfth floor of an ultra-faahlonable
atudlo apartment home at No. 110 West
Flfty-ieventh atreet. She waa Buffering
.from a gunshot wound in tne aoaomen,
which Dr. Taylor of Flower Hospital
bellavea will prove fatal.
Dr. OUlett e ocguslaa a aparmunt
on anomer noor ox ine aiwnu raw'
tag. Dr.'Parmer formerly Rved at No.
81 Watt Fifty-eighth streat,' which-ad
dress "Wia Miner- gave aa nar own v
Dr. Taylor wa summoned by tele
phone to tbo atudlo apartment nouse
this afternoon. He found ''Miss Mil
ler," fully dressed, sitting In a chair
In the toilet or tno aeniai iibohw,
iiihnnrh ih was n.rfectly consolous
v - ..(...a n aiw i TV. T avl nr or to
saw uuu.uiuu ij .u... - -
tea him anything except her name and
home address, ur, Tayior saw no p
tol In the toilet room.
The only report the police received was
one made by Dr. Taylor to uoonnan
ifuiiiirin -who. however, did not enter
the apartment house to ascertain any
of the facts. Heponers were a.nieu aa
mission to the building and the tele
phone operative refusod to put up a tele
phone connection with either Dr. Olilette
j, hnth ,. nut
?r ur, r-mtiior,
. vt wii v.t iMftv.flfth street
which "Mies Miller" gave as her home
address, Mrs. E. IlaMock has an apart
ment on the second floor. Residents ot
other apartments in me oiuming as
clared that both a "Miss Miller" and Dr.
Palmer roomed with her, but they knew
nothing about them. KfTorts to gain ac
cess to the Hallock apartment proved
unavailing. Neither the doorbell nor
the telephone waa answered.
There were so many mysterious In
cidents connected with the shooting
that Detective Durgesa was detailed to
Miss Miller, or Mueller, for some time
had been a governess and tea'jhur In
private families. She was said to have
been a woman of considerable beauty,
education and refinement. It waa re
ported that she was preparing to return
to hor home In Germany some tlmo dur
ing the coming week, nnd that she had
packe'd her trunks for thr trip.
The mystery surrnutidlng the shoot
Ing was not clearertup until Detective
Burgess demanded admlsdon Into the
dentist i apartment.
Me.Vwas told that Mine .Mllleh had
knn.,n Dr. Palmer for noma tlmn an,1
t )mcl ht.n wllrllv lit !nvn with him hn
inai ine utnici never nau reciprocatea
ner affections. Her altcntkms to him,
It was ttald, lii'canin mi ubnoxluiis when
they lived In tlm Ilatloclt apartment
that he tlnaly had to Klve up his room
and move tn unut.ier part of the city.
This morning JIlss .Miller went to the
dental udl -e ainl -asked to. tee Dr.
Palmer. Hu refused to nee her and she
went away. In the ufternn.n, however,
she returned. Xo one knew sh was In
the bulldlns until a ulitit was heard In
the toilet and Mlta .Miller war found
there, n plftol lylnK at her ride.
In the honpltil thle qflernoan, after a
deal of (iutl nlifi by the physlelani,
Misn Miller adnilitid that she was In
love with Ur Palmer, but that he never
had reclpio .itrd her affections, and that
when ho tc.'iifiU ;ii!e afternoon to sre
her she idiot he. s. I' When asked If
she had rjnti .ipl.u-il lint fhootlne the
lentist tne i.cn i tan.
FEAR OF THE SEA
DRIVES GIRL MAD
ON BOARD LINER
Brooding Over the Fate of
the Titanic, She Becomes
Crazed 'Ere Trip Starts.
FIGHTS TO ESCAPE SHIP.
Second Woman Also Loses
Her Mind on Pier and
Senorlta Fernande Puertolo. a dainty
formed Spanish girl of high birth, and
possessed of bewildering besutr of the
true CastliUan type, waa driven auddenry
1i..tu--.rer- Bt.the set atjaassl th
American tlaer 8t .Paul at her doe,
to-day, and she fought like a tigress to
evoape from her stateroom before she
should be carried out to sea on the re
turn voyage to her homo In Spain. It
waa only after she had torn and ripped
the facos and clothing of several stew,
srdessos and some of the huskv atir.
of the 8t. Paul that she was carried
down the gangplank and put In an am
bulance to bo taken to the psychopathic
warn in ueuevue.
"Silling madness" ! h. ..
- tie UI4W(
cal ed the strange attack of hysteria
Which seized tha ralin- irlrl
he looked for the ship's rail and saw
the Water DAlnw hm k... i ...
... ..... UUi nvv moaner,
Senora Marfe Puertolo, who was aim
ihuwiw in me struggle with
the orated girl, said the cause of her
daughter's outbreak lay deeper than
that. Bho had been rAiitl ... .u. -
, . . "CI jruilllH
w . , 1 ,no alM"- that over-
""'""" " nianic, and she cried out
in ner sieen tnit the doa.i - ..
Titanlo's victims were waiting in the
.n painway lo seise her and pull
GIRL QOEfi INTn eftjw
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SHE AWAITS 8AILINQ.
Sonorlta Puertolo ( ih ..i.. .
wealthy win grower In t,
Spain, and la twentv.Av u
her mother aald after the girl had been
lanen o a coi in Uellevue. Upon the
death of her father, three years asro.
the widow and dauirhtr tr.vn,i .
Ctltfornla. where distant relitlvos lived
In Los Angeles. There thev atiuH nn .n
extended visit until both decided, recently
u imuni m uinir nome in opaln.
They arrived here a few duvs him n,i
purchased first cabin passage on the
French line steamship, 1 Franco. Dur.
Ing all the trip across the mmin.nt
Senorlta Fernando had suffered fsum In
creasing nervousness nnd the dread of
tne sea weighed upon her heavily. Yei-
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1912.
" Circulation Books Open to AU.n
FALLS INTO SEA;
After Dive Into Inlet, Monster
Dirigible, With Propeller
Smashed, Ascends 500 Feet.
HIS BROTHER IS A HERO.
Balloon Wonderfully Success
ful in Trip Until Accident
Placed All in Peril.
(Continued on Second Page.)
AT NEW YORK.
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ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Juno 1.
A thousand people, standing breath
less on the sands of Absocom Inlet
and watching Mclvln Vanlman's
great dirigible balloon, Tho Akron,
In which he proposes to cross the
Atlantic, wabbling like uomo mon
strous wounded sea fowl. 600 feet
above the waves, witnessed a re
markable demonstration of courage
They saw a tiny figure detach Itself
from the long body of the boat-car
swung below the wallowing gas bag.
hitch Itself Inch by Inch out alonr tho
apMery structure that holds one of the
propellers out rrom the side or the car
and finally ulnn t I ha vrv tin nf tha
propeler shaft and Its supporting frame.
While the crowd on the beach gated
aloft, unable even to cry In alarm at the
peril qn he midget figure" far "above Its
head, the little blot that swunir between
sea and sky In the shadow of the gas
bag fumbled and at last a rope, which
had clogged the propeller blade and
threatened to wreck tha areat alrshlo.
was seen to part and fall.
The watching hundreds on the beach
did not know until after Melvln Van)
man had brousht Tha Akrnn anfelv
down to Its hangar that It had been the
aviators young brother, Calvin, who
had crawled alone thenroDeller struts
ana wiin nis anue cui away ine rope
entangled about the thrusting machine
ine AKron naa 'ueen cutting para
bolas and nlaeon win us in tho blun
heavens above tho hoot! roofs for an
hour before a succession of nrcMnnia
gave rise to the swift Dulse of breath.
less Incident. Tho great, egg shaped
bag Willi its tiny. Dendant cur hml u.
hwered tho hand of Melvln V.mlm.n
the aelral helmsman, as perfectly as
would a dainty launch on a still lagoon.
Oheer after cheer rose from the crowds
that had rushed out of the hotels and
beach resorts at tho Hrat word that
Vanlman was slicing tha sunlight high
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THH. MANOAR A?. ' -vT W 'eS?lsB
AND FORTY OTHERS
CUBANS IN BATTLE
127 REBELS KILLED,
ADDING EIGHT PLACES
TO UNION STRIKE LIS!
At Five Hotels and Three Restaiin
rants Servitors Quit on Signal,
but Some Stick Steadfastly ' t
to Their Jobs.
2 0 2
1 Inn alt and I mil.
rhuu I'Uu -i-lj . 4itri on bind rfartg
arcM4 ti- s? eti.mia aT
MJd WAV ht V.'Pn npltralffln. n.t A
., - BHiitiua nun fm
lantlC Cln'. OUt OWr thn Inlrt. Vnnlmnn
decided to clve his -ruMn
The wind was freshening and he believed
tnai the long rope, with tho 100-pound
weight, would act as a stablllmr. u
gave orders to his brother Calvin to
toss over the weight and play out the
In some way the rone which th
younger man cast out became entunglej
with the Planes of one of the thro
propellers In tho outhunglng' bamboi
rigging of tho car through Calvin's mis
handling of the propeller. Instantly
those on aartll cauld sen thn rirnnellpr
smash to splinters and tho great Hjohe
rold sway crailly and begin a Tapld de
scent to tho wator.
cruising In the Inlet under the airship,
waiting for Just such a Dosalbln ran.
tlngcncy, put at atl speed for tho spot
wnere tne crippled monster would strike
tho water. In the boat worn Harrv
Cook, proprietor of tho Seasldo Ilouso;
Leonard D. Alger, Charles Tomllnton,
A. T. Hell of tho Hotel Chalfonte, and
two others who tended tha engine and
The after tip of the big gas bag hit
tho wuter with a smash, sending up a
cloud of spray and part of tho structure
Or tne tioat Donv hpnnnth u-na Mill..
merged, slightly damaging one of the
guiding planes. The little power boat
ducked In under the shadow of the
wallowing balloon and Its crew risked
their lives to catch lines thrown to
them by the men In the airship.
As the men In tho motbrboat were
holding on to the Hues which kept the
balloon close to the water, those in the
airship tried desperately to effect re
pairs by cutting away the splintered
blade of the damaged propcllor. All the
time the black shadow above kept sway
ing and straining In the freshened
Suddenly, when the men wero In the j
midst of making repilrs, a gust of
wind shot tho gje-nlled envelope up- I
ward, Tomlloaon. who was nn, nr
motor boat crew holding to the lines
aid not let go In time, and he was be.
Government Troops Use Ar
tillery With Telling Effect in
Fight Near Santiago.
SANTIAGO, Cuba, June l.-It l re
ported to-day that a battle at Mnvala
near Talma Soriano yesterday resulted
in a complete victory for the (Jovtm-
ment troops under Qen. Memllcin. Th
mountain artillery wat used with telling
One hundred nnd twenty
and eighteen women who had encamped
writ tnem wero killed.
Palma Sorluna Is on the river Cant.).
near the centre of Orient,.
about twenty miles northwest of 'b.in-tlngo.
of tho Government forces, this morning
ordered two hundred men to Slguu nnd
uacana, small towns on tho suutheMi
coast Just eust of Dalmilrl.
twenty miles east of .Santluiru. t .n.
perso rebels who are reported as threat
ening tno miners In that vicinity.
Aocordlnr to a resort raeaivi hi,.
to-day, CollKter Wheeler, an American,
who owns a ranch near Baloniri i...
been captured by the rebels and held
The U.S. gunboat 1'ad'ucali remained off
Daiquiri to-day, but did not land mar
ines. Tiring continued all night around
the. Ualiiulrl mines, where thu tluvnrn.
mem nns a strong detuuhmwit. a
sergeant of rurales was killed In the
tlghtlnw. Thw iiiltivra aio aljailmiliig
their work and the mines probably will
bo closed to-morrow. Tim Aim.i-lr.in
Consul, Mr. Uollldny. left this morning
for uanjulrl to Investigate thu situation
there, which Is consldeied eriiimi. n
Is expected that ho will return here
with a report this afternoon.
The United States Kunho.it Vmhuin.
Ht Nine Hay hue not laml.ri m,, !....
The Hpunlsli-Amerluan Iron Cuniiianv
lian asked for tho Drutrntinn .
property, valued at J0.00tl.0uu, at Kcltun,
near iipe iiuy.
I.uls Gomez, who Is charged with be-
ins en important conspirator In tho
revolt, was arrested while attempting
10 tinuarK on ine steamer Julia for
ctiuu uuiimixii, umer Important nr
lests, Including thusu of two high olll
clals, ure e.tpeMed, it Is said.
HAVANA. June l.-Tho Government
received iT despatch frm ximi.... ...
day stating that It hml Just been re!
ported thsio that the columns under Col.
vaiiemu unu i.oi, vnuiant struck the
lebols yi-ilerday morning, the, flht con
tlnullli; Into thn evening Th ,,,
wruunht havoc among tli Insurgents
Thu losses and scene of the battle ure
GO TO THE WIDOW,'.'
THOU BETTIES! STUDY
HER WAY AND BE WISE
Seeress Tells Girls How to
Catch Hubbies, Then Lady
- Sleuth Pinches Her.
IN BRIBERY TRAP
Detective Burns Declares Con
fessions Will Indict Officials
of Atlantic City.
(Continued on fourth Pag.)
Kraej ordiri. lliai. ' al ptrcfl cluck r"a
eixm.Otr ml "l:h . Tin World fintl IIuimu
AK.J. l'lll'", m'etll' Hnlltb "Wet (rift
, M, T. Tslspaoss Bstkaua 4000.
Here Is a recipe of Mme. Adeline
Herman, seeress and card reudcr, on
how a girl of uncertain years may win
a coy man:
"He a little forward.
"Do aa widows do.
"When a man gently liug-j, hug him
back with vigor and determination.
"Widows are more forward than old
maids and young girls, ami thut's the
reason thoy cop tho mo.i flrxt."
It was Jirs. Inbella Goodwin, the
lady sleuth of Headquarters und her
self a widow who waa the ouu to re
ceive this sterling n.clpu from .Mme.
Adeline, Thursday, when she went to
Mme. Adeline's parlors of the future nt
no. icy-j i,exltiKton nvenue Theio Mme.
Adeline and her hmiband, l'rof. Harry
Herman, havu conducted a fortuna
foundry and general occult sturo for
twenty. four years undisturbed, Mrs.
Goodwin got a card and palm reading
both from l'rof. Harry and Slnie, Adel
ine. Then to-day nhe went around with
warrants for both and plnchml thern.
llrforo Magistrate Hermann, In the
Harlem Court. .Mr. Gjodwln testltled
to-day as to Mme. Adeline' recin. r.
landing the bashful.
Magistrate Hermann, nho I. i...
pregnable bachelor, chuckled .-.i
lady sleuth's testlinunv and Ihni tie
"Mrs. (rix)dwln," he said, "ivhat do
widows really do?"
"Judge, 1 guess they all hug back."
raid .Mrs. Goodwin.
Hoth the professor nnd his wife were
held In bull and for violation of the
law prohibiting fortuno telling,
$15,000,000 TO CHARITY
LEFT BY DIAMOND PRINCE.
London Hears Report of Big Be
quest by Sir Julius C. Wernlier,
Head of De Beers Syndicate.
LONDON, .liin.e I. Hlr Julius Charles
Wernher, head nf IIih He llenr nu.
tnoinl riymllraiH und of the firm of
Wernher, Halt A- who died In I. on-
don .May :l, Is reported to have left
15,000,000 lo charity.
IMprcUl to Th K,pnlD WnrMl
ATINTI'J CITV. N. J.. June l.-W
J. Palmer, real estate agent, la the
latest man to confess his complicity
in tho "concrete boardwalk" Br aft case.
which has Involved members of the
City Council. Detoctlve William J
llurns has also given out thu names
of Alderman George v. Carmanv.
president of council, and Harry Mulock
and John Donnelly. In addition to the
nvu Implicated yesterday,
I'ulmcr. It unueurs. art I a. .
between between menvbers of tho rnun.
ell nnd the llurns operatives posing
ns funiracmra, nnd it Is said his eonfes
Blou throws further llelii nn h.h...
of tho grafters.
llurns promises lo rev.nl ih nrni..
uii fci.rn Hitmuiors in every section of
mo cuy ny ine c ty aovernnieni
poHi, Just how much money was weekly
....lev, iu inniiicians ror protection.
Graft In tho award of licenses to saloon
men is also to he brouaht nut. T ...
this latter evidence the operatives wire
lorceo io uuy a part Interest In a cafe.
Klectlou debauchery at tho last general
elwtlon Is ulio on the progrumme to
come unuer I lie searchlight. The deteo
lives declare they have evidence of re
peutlng, voto buying and nenerul thjg
gery on tho part of members of ths
COUNCILMAN TO TELL HOW HE
"FIXED" 1 HINGS.
Councilman Phoebus win ih. .
witness when the cases come up. He
will tell Just how he "Hxed" things with
money given him by the llurns men.
Just how much each man got out of the
award of the two.inllllon-dollar drain
age canal contract and the annual "dis
tribution" for awarding "right" other
small contracts will feature his testi
mony. ilurns's statement Implicating Car
many, .Mulock and Donnelly follows:
The clean citizens here have made
up their minds to rid Atlantlo City of
all grafters, whether officeholders,
bunco steerers, gamblers or their like
that Infest the city every season
u mutter of fact the city Itself ha.
Imposed upon. Men who are supposed
to protect the city have In reality pro
tcctcd the crooked gamblers. There Is
10 be no mure of th.it,
"This Investigation Ins extended t.i
MANAGERS CONSENT TO
CONFERENCE WITH MEN
To Hold Arbitration Meeting Only
on uondition That Hotel Men
Do Not Recognize Union.
A eosamlttee reireaeaUaa; tas atrlklag walrten wsat to the Waldorf.
Agtarla laU UH aftersoea whsre Xium Beldt acted aa '
re the heui saaaar.
"W wWta - "o dlM l,,lri..at frier- V
wl rm taam. bat uaet a ooiuo. Wlh we ..te im m,
m4o Urelrt roottU. . o. xm to . M MwL , .
arkt tka fimlak." iw
The Intcrnitlorial Hotel. Workers' Union renewed its attack oa
the hotel and restaurant DroDrletors at ih i.mh
out about three hundred additional waite-rc ,nH rni,
strike zone to Include live abditlonal hotels and three restaurants In onlv
nn lnl"inra uic 4ei cUIL 1 .1 . tl. .. . .
wv "" " i-viiijjicic. me enure staif of the Athen
Restaurant In Forty-second street walked out before noon
The Manhattan Hotel, which lost a
strike yesterday, was a seething centre of excitement from noon until
2 o'clock to-day. The union officers had nnnniinrrvl thai r--it vsi
nt ..... M,WM"VVU tuwii IlllCIIllUIltVf
calling out every waiter in the house at US o'clock. The sitmal tfS
given at the appointed time, but only forty waiters responded to the
call and the cafes and dining rooms were tenl rm,n ,in.
....... - nu ny uuparcm
At the moment of the signal at the
Manhattan a similar signal waa given
at the Grand Union. About thirty
waitrrH and ten cook are aald to have.
s(ruck In this hotel, but no Information
OUT AT RATE OF ONE
AND HAIFA MINUTE!
License Bureau Breaks Every
Record With 1 80 Couples
in Two Hours.
(Continued on Fourth I'ags.)
At noon to-day Stuart Harris, the
Saturday Cupid of Clerk Bcully's liar
rlaae License Ilureau, mopped Ills Pers
plrlng brow, g.ized fondly at the last
of a huge flock of June brides, threw
open the nlre door of his little sanctum
"The best day's work of my life!
Hnrn'a . record. On Hundred und
eighty licenses In twu hours one und
one-half minute. The best previous rec
ord was IU In two hours. Did you sea
thorn'.' Hi, ho, hum but there wero
some peaches among them. Now for
the basuball game. Yep, the best day
ever 'Ut, my friends, It was a labor of
Cupid Harris warded off two books
and a bundle of licenses and made his
escape. The documents hv left behind
showed tliut out of the ISO licenses
granted only two of thn contracting
Dsrtles hud previous divorce oannrs.
Three of the applicants wero above sixty
years, but by far the greater portion
were stripling youths and girls In short
'Qreat day Htuart put In all rleht."
stated Edwurd W. Hart, who before iru.
t into the matrimonial business was
u Coroner and known something about
vital statistics. "June brides! I wonde
how many of them of the broiler or
tender variety swore they were twenty.
on years old and how many of the old
hen or aged variety swore they were
it..l their twentlMT"
o?nd . ? frm ,,, Miwfc
and the union report were confualg
At the Hotel Woleott In West Thlrt
Irs street thirty waiters and eight
cooks walked out at a signal glren'h'y
a m.in who walked Into the restaurant
hortly aftcr , O.clocki Tnef8 waf K
a itafr adequate td serve tho dlnara t
malnlng and the management aisurej,
. ....... ,., u,, servion would
close to the usual' standard by the 4a
ner hour to-night. '
At (he Fifth Avenna lt..',.t' i.
the Fifth Avenuo llulldlng forty unlen
Walters who were shavln .1. ...
waiting for a signal wero discharged
and walked out. At the Victoria Hotel,
Twenty.seventh street and Hroadway,
twenty-nve waiters and four .ook's wa.it
on strike tit 1,30 q'clock. .
f l-ATI RON BUILDING QIRL8
About nfty waitresses' employed
Louis llusfuho&y's rcitaurant In
Hatlron llulldlng struck at 1.30 n
mey marche.l out to the muslo &C th
Marsellalse. .Many of the irimts tun.!
In iiiul waltet nn thomselves and
tidephnne operator and u dbxen glrlioi-'
the olllce force were preised In as Wait
resses. They gave surii good satisfaction
that .Manager Mtira nnuounced )ie woujo;
replace the strikers with waitresses wife
have been premised by un employment
.Manager llrennau of the San Heme,
a famllv hiii) in r.nt,.i
noticed thnt his waiters were acting'.
liiougn they were expecting a sign!
of snme sort during the service of
luncheon. When most of the guests
were out of the dining room .Mr. Brn
nin asiembled Ills stuff uf waiters and
Hsked all who were union men to step
out and. show themselves, fifteen of
the twenty waiters stepped out and thev
kept on stepping. .Mr. Urennan ordered
them to turn In their books and a.t
out of the hotel. A-few minutes later
an agent of the inlon arrived to order
Steps looklne to thn siibmlsslnn ta
nifdltat'.on of the dispute between tha
International Hotel Workers' Union and
tho hotel nu.l restuurunt proprietor
were taken to-dny bv John J. n.alln
of' tho State Hoard of Arbitration and
Timothy llealy. President of the Inter.
niuloinl llrotherhood of Stationary Fir,-..
men and a nuiiiter of tho Clvle
erntlon. After several hours of hari
work Mr. ruulln and Mr. Healy Jia
iciiiaitvrijr iTsimeu a conicretira bet
ween a committee of the Hotel Uanl 4
f'li tu . .,' Al: 1.- .si. ,
iiriTtMPwii'iiiiii i ifn m in r i