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THE EVENING WORLD, THUE1PAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912.
LEAVES ONE GIRL
JO KISS ANOTHER
WHO TAKES POISON
Nat Goodwin's Leading Woman
And Nurse, for Whom He's Sued
MAC FARLAND HAS
Pltr Superintendent Rushes to
Young Woman as She
BUT SHE SPURNS HIM.
Adna Rutter Swallows Liquid
' When She Sees Couple
in Ferry House.
Jloapltal, surnrWInc the
toy fear recuperative powers.
I Aana Rutter of No. a) Uonvd
Jaraar Cttjr Helchta. who triad
I herself by ewwllowlnc lodtna
ha mim faoa to faoe wllti a
IMHM another woman.
Ratter waa colas on board tha
bound (or Hobokan. from
asranoa farrybouaa at tba foot
mt Waat Varentjr-tbJrd etreet, early last
Sy bar gas fall upon th
ana I ftft, evidently una spent oil
lara with bar. Tba mm
tba womaa'a arm aa ba
bar toward tba women a oaa
Star laat motaaot aba watched tba
hJHftia. o make certain apparently
bar vara together. Then aba abrtakad
ajajatftjr esjsued bar band beg. anntobad
ftaa) m tottls at Iodine, drank tba
IfH saw, with tha bottla 1b bar
kaoa waa fsillnc to tha walk whan
w maat abandoned his compan
am eats dashed to tha tottering
pulled tha taottto from bar
It Into tha wmtar. whila
and woman proceeding to the
and crowded around. The
woman stood t tha edg of tha
1 nervous from but
kwsws aatd ami
POUR tO MILK DOWN
Louts Le Furge, forty-fire,
at hs Anohor Lino pier
the toot of Waat Tweoty -fourth
tba woman Into bla arm
bar Into tha waiting; room.
bar on a beooh and ahoutad
far one one to cat a bottle of
tntk. Whan It waa brought In ba poured
at down tba wwoan'a throat. Than Dr.
MHi came from at. Vknoeot a Hoa-
nttol, and about the aame time PoUoe-
IsC Puree waa very tender In his at
tentions to the woman on tha ben oh and
bla ctaaoea at tha nettroman and aur-
ean Implied objection to their pre
anna. They bald baok for a abort time
until somebody told them that tha
woman had taken poison. Dr. Mohan
aid than that tha woman waa his pa
tient and must ba hurried at onoa to
"And aa a prteoaer, oh arced with at
tempted suicide,'' added inissunmona.
"No, not that," Lie Furce exclaimed.
"be dkln'l know what aha waa doing,
1 know ahe didn't."
Meanwhile tha other woman had come
baok Into the waltiuc room, but aha
stood at a dlsraooe, watohlnc with In
tareat, but remaining a. lent. To her La
Purge paid no attention.
U Puree said he would help the
sure ean carry tba yuunc woman
tha embu.anc. Fltaslmmona asked
her name, aha waa at rone enoucb than
to tau who aba was. Her left hand
fall 'back limply aa aha was belnc
lines, into tna amouianca and La Furc
leaned forward, squeeaed bar hand
and klseed bar on tha Una.
"YOU'LL HEAR MORE OF THIS.
The klaa aaamad to awaken her from
Jharglo state. Trylnc to alt up In the
bulance ana lookea at lm source and
out! boar more of thla. You
arhet you've dona. It will all coma out
now. I hava bean carrytnc that bottle
far three weeae.
When tba amouianca bad cone
Lie Farce turned bars Into the waiting
room and walked to tba other woman.
Ha took her arm and led her onto
waiting ferryboat Then he went to
hla noma at No. 199 Fellaade avenue,
-Waat HoboKen. When seen later
woman dressed In black waa beside blm
Ha began to aay aomethinf. but the
woman angrily pressed him back and'
tba door was closed.
Thomas Rutter, sixty-three, tba girl
rather, lives at me Leonard atreut
house. Ha said that hla daughter wai
married when fifteen to a man named
KttUnc whom ahe left after two years.
For tba three years since then ahe had
bean worklnc as a dnmeatlc. Frequent
ly, said the father, she had coma to his
home with L Furce.
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Bunny of the MacFarland Case j
tVhose Letters Were Read in Court
TRYING MOMENT IN
HIS MURDER TRIAL
Bought Cyanide to Clean Sil
verware, but Admits He
Had No Silver.
CASE GOES TO JURY.
Defendant Regains Iron Nerve
After Losing It Under
NAT GOODWIN SUED
FOR ALIENATION OF
Husband of Margaret More-
land, to Save Whom Actor
Was Hurt, Asks $20,000.
BAN DIEX30, Cat, Oct. 17. Nat Good
win, the actor, who Is now an Invalid,
unable to walk, has been sued for
(2U.0W by C. N. Doughty, a real estate
broker, who chirces the alienation of
his wife's affections.
Sirs. Doughty is Miss Margaret More-
land, the actress who was with Good
win on his motor boat when Ixj received
his usuries, li was tM her lliat ha
tried to Jump ashore and was beaten
acalnet the rooks. She has slfue re
mained constantly at Ooodwln'a bedside,
nursing him, and it Is said their devo
tion will give material lor the suit.
She was Nat Goodwin's latest leadlni;
woman, and rumors said that he hoped I
to add bar to his list of wives.
Goodwin's father arrived to-day from
Boston lo visit his son. Neither of the
Goodwins Is taking muoh stock In the
new lawsuit. Mrs. Goodwin, mother of
the actor. Is expected to follow her hus
band In about two weeks. The former
wives of Goodwin have so far kept out
of the suit and don't seem to be Inter
ested In any way with Nat Goodwin's
Goodwin Is slowly recovering from
the Injuries he received a few weeks
ago when he attempted to land on a
rocky point In a snnll boat whloh cap
sized and nearly drowned him. He now
alts up in a rolling chair and Is able to
take a fow steps with crutches.
MISS WALKER IDENTIFIES
HER BURGLAR IN COURT
WIFE ON STAND UPHOLDS
TIELENIUS IN $200,000 SUIT
Tells of Assertions Regarding Hus
band Alleged to Have Been
Made by Wealthy Brewer.
Mrs. Carl Tlelenlus. wife of the for
nier president of Frederick llnllender &
Company, who Is now suing his former
partmer, Frederick Uollendpr. the brew
ct, for taiu.OOO damages for allogrd Blan
der, took the stand In tne Supreme
Oourt, Brooklyn, to-ilay to tell the Jury
how Hollander hud tried to poison her
mind against her husband. She foi
lowed her daughter. Kiss, who yeater
day tftstllled to Innuendoes and In.-flnu.i
Hons made by Hollander to h.T mother
upon whloh Tteienlus bases his suit
Mrs. Tlelenlus snld It was during the
course of a railroad Journey to Mount
Pocono In March. HU, that she asked
Hollander why It was the business In
which he and her husband were part
ncrs was not yielding as large returns
as formerly. I he la;er answered, ar.
cording to Mrs. Tlelenlus's testimony:
"Of course, Tlelenlus cannot run three
establishments on tha money It costs
to keep one: he Is maintaining two
other establishments besides the home
you live In."
Mrs. Tlelenlus continued to say that
Hollander had paolfloalry manttoni
: the name of one woman who. he said
! was Intimate with Tlelenlus, and had
. told her of another woman who was
, provided for In Jersey. Tlelenlus al
'leges, In his complaint asa'nst Hollander.
i that as a result of this slander h
wife became estranged from htm for a
STRIKES A POSER.
Sir William Ramsay's Views on
Germ Sterilization in T. R.
BALTIMORE, Oct. 17 Sir William
Ramsay, the eminent British chsmlat
and at counted the greatest living scien
tist, who Is lecturlnc at the Johns
Hopkins University, was asked yester
day whether the heat of the bullet
which struck former President Roose
velt would act us a sterilizer.
Sir William smiled. "Well, I can
newer that, perhaps, by telling voj
tbht nwfOTC going Into action the Japan
ese soldiers were ordered to chanje
FIVE "POPULARITY GIRLS"
ARE BACK, TWO ENGAGED.
One of Prize Pittsburgh Tourists
,A4ad Five Proposals in the
'' Panama Canal Zone.
sass don't anybody say anything
Are to those Ave Pittsburgh girls
about popularity. It's a drug on th
markat atn stuff warmed over hash
with them, they suld so themselves
whan they came In to-day on the Hani-buTC-Amarfran
line steamship Prlnss
Joachim, from the Canal and Caribbean
Hare are tliIr n.iniea. tha popular
names of these five popularity tourists
from Plttahuigt. Bessl- CurrCIt, Kdna
Wlldebrand, Gertrude Denton. Louise
Miller and Nellie Miller. The ur all
misses, for a little while; hot the Moral
on Ohe ship was that tlnot Ihslr vinlt to
tha Zone, down where tht big dlteh
being -lug. two of them lmve pledged
themaclves ant :" I"' Wleeei much
longer, and all I've hid ih- same chance
to change. .. ..
It was n "p' ilerltv contest, enirl
neered bv the P ebiirch Post, that eeni
the five young UtUlei reoefvlni he blch
set votes on the tour or the weet in
dies and the Can"1 '"IP- 1',""n Klnce-
ton to e:in Jose 'la ""oati Rlct thev
heealdcd and Ii.'inted out by every
one as the "Popularity inns"
the five ooyly aJinltl
as leu than five prm
she ha l received
ils on tha Canal.
Aek for Red Cro f Cough Dropi.
Cy aaUj tKlMr. a ceati iss aaa, 'a
Paul ReiUUd Is Hound Guilty After th'Tpnctane of the group about
Actress Declare:". He's Mali Who the ohemlet, "if Roosevelt'a apeech was
. , ,. I clean when the bullet passed through
Was in Her Room. lt ..
, Paul Ranaud, the UnderalSSd French-1 The rest of the query waa drowned
man, unable to apeak Bntllah ami in ! In u roar of laughter, led by Sir Wlll
arrtva! in New York from Meevelllei ism.
only eeVSnteen dayi air , fotin l "Don't quote ma ns saving that," he
guilty In tha Court of Special leealone I Mild a iien he could find his breath, and
to-day of unlawful entry mid remanded tben was led away fro-n the lecture
lo the Tom us for tentonoe, ll. ,v , . ' room by his host. Dr. Romeen,
den::tlid us the man who was stundlnU
at the foot of the bed of Oharlotte
Walker, the gotraea, when she awak
ened In her room In the Algonquin Ho
tel at o clock on the morning of
Miss Walker ah! her husband, RufJ .i
Waiter, were the only witnesses heard
cgalnet Rencud. The actreg
tcraamad a ben 1 1 m Hi
and he ran t the lire escape and nimbly
ellnbed up two QJvhti to tin top Boor,
v here he entered c window opsnliuj into
the hallway. There be wue captuiod
by the hotel menac r.
W. W. KITCHEN. U. S. CONSUL
AT TENER1FFE, A SUICIDE.
V.e you sore this Is the man who
was In yot.r rOOttlT" .M:ss M'alkei" n
"It is unpleaeant to s tid anvbodi i
Mil" she replied, "and 1 would not ac
cuse hi. II Unkteg I were qolti rtalii."
Ketiuud, tliroob an lnterpreterc denied
in had been i" Mis- w.-iik. rs room,
lie was passing through the hall, he
sii.i. ahen be beard a commotion m bar
gpgrtmeni and went out on the S' e
cape lo gee ehal ect bappeolng.
r.EOisvflBt vo aotcow.
To-nioiiow and Sitorday are the
laat days of roglstt atloa. If yon do
not rsglsttr you cannot vote. aUg.e
tratlon booths will open at 7 A. M. and
oloee at 10 S. K.
TBNBRIrTH, Ccnary Uland. Oct. 17.
Willlain Whitney K.t.hen, ITnlted Slates
Consul at La Lagu.ia, committed sul lie
aid laellael night by shaoiin hlmeolf with a
Intruder revolver lie was i uuffe-er from
Pbronle heart d.te tse.
He was Qabgdlsn by birth, hiving
buen born In Toronto on April i, WTi,
but he was naturalised In Buffalo in
I'.kis. I In was appointed to lila post In j
Tenerlffe on March i last year
The remarkable nerve displayed by
Allison M. MacFarland In the County
Oourt In Newark, N. J.. where ha la on
trial for the aecond time for the mur
der of hla wife, passed for Just a fleet
ing moment to-dav ae he fared Prose
cutor Mott, the man who had already
oauaed hla aentenca to death, and Mac
Farland had to moisten his lip aeveral
times before he replied to the first
question hurled at him.
The case went to the Jury late this
The question that caused Mac-
farland to lose his Iron nerve for
moment related to the silver
ware to clean which MacFarland said
he had brought home cyanide of potas
sium. Beversl sharp questions cor
nered the defendant, until he sudden y
regained composure with s smile, and,
as If It were of no consequence, ad
mitted there waa no silverware to
clean. Ha admitted mixing the a. .lo
tion of polaon Into the bromide bot
tle and declared he had labelled It
polaon." It was from this bottle his
wife took the dose that killed her.
Prosecutor iMott began a fierce cross-
examination, under which MacFarland
answered evenly and distinctly, gestur
ing and even smiling over some love
passages of the "Bunny wife" letters
of which the Prosecutor demanded ex-
He remarked on Florence Bromley
saying that ahe had "alternated betwe-m
hope and despair for two years' In the
matter of their ever marrvlng, but
dented ahe had ever asked him to do
anything more than try to cat a dlvoics.
"Attar your wife died did you write
to Mlaa Bromley: asked rroeecuior
MacFarland referred to the collection
of letters and records of the previous
trial lying on his kneea. Ha said he
"Road R." ordered Mott.
Very calmly the prisoner resd tha
letter, part of which contained tha
phraae "at least we can die. Let us stick
together and you keep close on my
wires." i -
"What did that mean?" thundered
"Oh, It waa a very amusing affair be
tween us, aort of telepathy," smiled
"Huh!" anorted the Prose.-utor. "And
with your wife still UO hurled you asked
thle woman tc keep close to you?"
MOURNED FOR WIFE, YET
WROTE TO "BUNNY."
"Yes," said the prisoner taking a
drink of wster and drummln with his
"Were you grieving over your wife's
"Yes, I was much grieved."
Mott leaned close to the prisoner.
"And yet you wrote to tall Florence
Brownley you ware free?"
MacFarland nodded slowly, realising
the Importance of the admission. Then
Prosecutor Mott waived a letter at the
prisoner. He slapped It with his hand
remarking: "Did you have nn all-consuming
pnarlon for the lady aa you
"Well, I wrote that."
"What did 'all-TOhsumlng passion'
"Oh, I have no dictionary definition
handy," replied MacFarland. smiling.
"It meant I loved her."
Prosecutor Mott then reel a letter
from "Bunny" wife which contained
the passage. 'On my bended knees, take
lck those words. 1 will not kill my
self. The only way I will die Is In your
"Now. why should he want to die at
all?" exclaimed Mott.
MacFarland was unmoved. He did no'
know, qe said, unless ht wanted to die
baogttgs there Beamed no chance of mar
rying hlrn. Then there was a tilt be-1
tween Mott and the prisoner. In Whloh
tha cleverness and eoolnen of MacFir
land was rellectc I in the admiring fu'-es
a the Juror.
If MacFarland hsd arranged to ;iut I
Mott In the light of a persecutor rather J
than a pnueeutor, lie COltld not hve j
done hi tter. Th lilt developed from n- J
gwert of MacFarluiel to question relat
ing to hla bringing bis wife down to
Newark from Maine. MacFarland ha.:
said ha did not have the price of his fare
"Didn't have the fare, eh?" eabl Mott.
"Vou could buy other things. wh as
F1 - - I
MEANS OF MAKING
LIVING, SAYS YOUTH
But Judffe Expects to Put Him
Out of Business for Long
TAFT BACK AT BEVERLY.
PreeMowt Plane Two Weeks' Car-
rtipaatfara Awaltlagj Mian-
BEVHBU.T, Meet., Oct. 17 -Praetiaat
Teft arrived her from Worcester at
noon to-day. The President drove to
the eummer White House, where he
went over a maai of correspondence)
which has accumulated during hie ah
eenca of nearly two weekji.
"What did you want of a blackjack?"
Jurtre Fawcett of the County Court,
Brooklyn, to-day aaked John O'Brlan
end Ororge Franklin, two evil-faced
young men from Boaton. who hsd lost
pleaded guilty lo carrying concealed
Well, you aea. Judge." aald O'Brien.
"It waa like thla. We wea lost alartlnc
In to make a living by 'em. We was
going to be holdup men. I never don
It before, but It'e eo eaey you don't
need any practice. You Just walk up
to the man you want to rob and look
him friendly right In the eye asd awing
th blackjack eo that your hand la
over tha top of hla head and the loidd
end of It hlte him right over the baok
of his neck. Than all you've got in do
I to go through hla clothe for what
h haa on him."
"When war you going to begin?"
asked th Court.
' Last night." ald O'Brien. "We had
It nil laid out to get mn nsmPa John
MeQtllrOi who h a sal. ..ii In I'earl
street and who coes home about 2 In
the mornlnc- We wsltad for him sn
h.ur and he didn't rum. Toat waa our
flrt hard lock. The next wae that a
fresh 'cop' didn't Ilk our look and
frisked u and found the blarkJacK.
That put u out of iiulnea"
Th Judge rnrnrked that on Monday,
the day act for their antenre, he wouid
make their disability for "h.islnc" us
long as poselble.
hotel luxuries for Miss Bromley and take
her lo auto faees, .-ouldn't you?"
Ma. Far land was silent ur.l thinking.
''Why didn't you want your wife to
come from Maine-.'" continued the Pros
"Our relations .vcre too strained." said
the n-lmiicr. "When she did .-unit, the
reunion was not csllvc the object wu
for me to gel a d'voree."
CAN'T TRAP HIM, MACFARLAND
"And dhl you full In t'ne court of law
and appeal to the court of cyunlde of
"You want me to say I got her there
to muTxicr her," suggested M.-tcPurlund.
"I didn't full In the divorce i-ourt. There
was no trial."
"I didn't sugget yu Wanted to mur
der her the guilty mind need no ac
cuser," replied Mott. "Why hould 1
"You're trying to prove me u mur
derer. That 1 your Job," wua the re
ply. Earlier In the day MacFarland. with
tli.. utmost coolness, laid a teacher's
pointer on a four-foot chart and, fac
ing the Jury, showed how tha
light In hla Hut were nuch that his
wife, who was a short womun, could
reach only one drop light In her bed
room, and that one, ha said, win not
turned on In the morning.
MimFarland sat In the witness chair,
a!m rind firm-Jawed, and took from his
knees a book of the letter of Florence
Bromley the famous "Bunny" letters
that helped to convict him In the llr-t
trial. He read about twenty of them,
accounting for all double Hiiugesttons
they contained. The prosecution had
Contended there was a "on. .piracy be
tween MacFarland and thu girl to Uli!
Tho "Bunny Wife" letters ware read
to-day to show that tht- auppoacd double
meaning! were really In relation to
gelling the dlVoroe. In one letter Flor
ence Bromley urged him on to the
"great act'' nnrl commanded him as hi
valued her love to '"'lo the deist."
Ms 1'arlan.l smiled as Prosacutor
Mott asked him to explain what the
"great act" was.
"Certainly1 he said, and n ftd s mas
sage referring to tne divorce as th
thing most desired by Florence Bromley.
IT requires rood to
bacco to make good
cigarettes, and 'good
tobacco comes nigh.
Only the inexpen
sive, practical wrap
ping enables us to
offer 20 Fatima Cig
arettes for 15 cents.
"Is that in the same latter?" was
MacFarlaad haM up the book and
ahowed It ik. All through the lettara
Florence Bromley, whose testimony will
be of giant value to MacFarland, the
defence betlevee, referred lo the wife as
"your lu" and paaslnngtsly implored
him no! to live w-ltli her.
"I'd tlll be leaking if I knew you only
tared with her to beat her," ran one
letter, written a ear before the dea'.li
.if Mrs. Ma.-I'arland. "1 grudge you her
a letter written Oct 19. ItU, I he iv
after Mrs. MsoFcrlgnd 'lied, read : "Thla
has reached the limit. 1 mUsH find you.
I don't know where you are. Vou muat
let me know." MacFarland read an
other latter In which th passage, "You
must think of a plan to let us be to
"What did that mem" he was asked.
"Oh. that Is all right." said MacKnr-
lnd: "that refers to my stop-over In
Philadelphia. She ami 1 wanted to be
ti gather a while," and he continued to
sift over letters.
BEOIBTE TO MOMOW.
To-merrow and Saturday ara tha
laet daya of ngletratloa. If yoa
not roglatsr yon cannot eote. BeglB-
tratlon booth will open at T a. at
oloae at 10 J. at.
I i AAI I ItU
i 'av ' mm
MiiiuUctured only by
JAMES HYLh fit SONS, New York.
Women In Mil Pol vcllulc.
For lbs purpose of endnwlnii a bed
for free pat lent ct the New Yorkj
Polyclinic Hospital, lbs Women'i Aug- j
liter) Hoard of the Institution will give
a theatre party at thu Lyceum Theatr
in West i'orty-Wth itrcet on Dec 2.
The alt. ICllon will be ' Mind tin
Paint airl," with Ml Blllle "..i e as )
tie star. The prei'.denl of the board Is i
Mr.. Charles Ollmore Kerby and th'
ohclrman or the Rntortnlnmont com
mittee Is Or. Lalsy M. 0, Itolj.uaon of
No. US Weat Fort -ninth street, of .
whom tl keta and boxea may be pro
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Th Original and fitnuina
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