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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1912.
JUSTICE FREES WHISTLE OF TRAIN
SAVES MANY LIVES
AT BROOKLYN FIRE
Rosa Zindil Promise! t d
All in Her Power to Help,
Ask Court to Inflict Severe
Punishment on Prisoner
Because She Lied.
Motorman's Alarm Houses
Who Find" One
Family Penned In.
MAN JUMPS; IS DYING.
lo iparn arharc
1 a :.irs
in court lus slie '"
vnur Honor: iit'si: nine
f course 1 1
if thl perso
thai she tola i
Wife Tries to Frtllow, but Boy
Holds Her Till Rescue
tAlthouh ho nlm!tt''l Hint Roll Bin
del. the gmgglng young I uilndii Horn
an who Iron from iwmi shop drod
sary to the lirail of a Ml man 11' li tnv-
ing Mtioafti, may hftv "Had mill Had
and Had" in glvng testlmonyi Supreme
f'ourt Justire itimiiiinrii today iui
pandi lantanci on her plea of gulll
to an Indletmani charging forgerlei of
fH.onn by wlilcta sin- defrauded erd.
Tii- Mntenea of thi young woman
nam before Juitlca Rlancbard ind
uwyrs repreaontlni creditor! who
claim they were ruined hy Mln Zln
dei'a yanlery of ehtotti urged tor
Court to Impost a heavy prlion ien
lagan on 1 1. prlioner. Attorne; Bp
itein declared that iii had mad
lv tmnnssitilH stllt'-meMl 10 1""
mppolnrct by the C
Min Elndel had
amount of lewelrj
T haven't a doubt," broke In
Oiirt m hli mlldeii terms, "thai
hu llr.l mid lied ami lied."
But rlK'lit hei
you the truth
"I helle slie has, bUl
know en ouch an,. in aomi
ehe mrntlnns to know
PRISONER WEPT AND WAS
FORCED TO SIT DOWN.
There was a panic The aged Just In
filed Mi eyes on the lawyers.. Juitlci
MalMlllglfl known m the mlldeal man
nered Julne on thl criminal bench,
turned toward the prisoner. She was
weeping quietly, her face concealed In
"So bete la before me a woman who
tiegan life's Struggles at the age or eiunt
years." he beKan. "She lias worked m l
worked and worked for forty years. Not
a word has been brfiimh: ggglnst her
character until this matter iron. I'm
the lait four monthe ehe has been In
prlaon. I not only have the testimony
of the doctor In the report of the Ref"
eree concerning her health, bill ona of
the phy-jlcjana 1e my famllv die-tor, and
I hid htm hi my house yesterday going
overall this ground wltli me."
IDIss .In del broke Into loud crying.
She was assisted 10 'hair. The CoUrl
kept hli face fastened on the Mwyorg
wJw stood beftn-e the bar, mill demand
Mi prison teran for the woman.
"And I nave reached the oonol ision."
oontlnued the Court, "that there is but
one duty before mi In re and that !a to
put this woman In the bandl of a pro
uatlon officer In the hope t int aha in i
be able to do somsthlng toward helping
thoie whom has defrauded and )
lobbed li get their money book, i am
going to impend ientenoo! 1 am going
to req u 1 re her at ail time to be ready,
willing and able to . Ij, tbeae poor pen- I
pie to get their money,"
SHE MUST DO ALL TO MAKE
Turning to the ITSgplng woman, who
had crumpled up in a cha r, the Justice ,
"Now. kUai Zlndel, I require you to do
ill In your power- lo answer any inten
tions. I don't want you to make any ml l-s.
take as to what is meant by a suspended ,
sentence, because just so sure as you i
fall to make all the amends in your I
teiwer to help these people, Jual -o lure
I shall call joii before ma and sentence
Mils Sin del rose laboriously to her
feet and In a low yoirs broken with
givbs she said:
"1 shall do 11 in my power, Judge"'
"Thirty you. you may go " bowed the
'ourt gallantly. The lawyers led silent
ly from tJie tribunal. .Miss Zlndel left
n Itli (her lawyer.
"Kelt case"' eummoned the Court.
Abraham Ooldberg, forty-fiM years
old. icorched by fletnes ind choking
f-om imokl, lEnorcil warning shouts
from the itreet and the pleadlngi of
his wife, and Jumped from a thlrd-itory
window during a fire In the three-itory
tinement at No. 4H08 New Ctrecht ive
nue, Borough Park, early to-day.
lie struck the asphalt and was taken
to the Norwegian llo.-pltal eitfTerlni
from Internal Injuries that probably "gill
prove f.itsfl, and a broken leg Ills
hysterical wife, seeing his crippled form
-.-I the sidewalk below, tried to follow
him. but their s-v cntecn-yrai-old son,
Louts, kept her from Jumping until
Kinlcl Nomberg ami David Ahramson,
two neighbors, could raise a ladder.
By this time the lire was roaring be
hTnd mother and son an! sweeping up
Into their faces from the window below.
Young Goldberg saw he could not re
ma. n utitil tile two men had got hU
mother down the ladder, so as loon as
she was safe out he crawled along the
ledge, with arms oer hli fane to pro
lecl him from the Ilatnei, to No. 1510,
The fire started In the confectionery
store of Herman IfSfl on the ground
floor. The motorm.tii on a train from
Coney Island saw the blase darting
thOUgh the fanlight when he was four
blooka away and blew Ilia whistle until
iie reached the station opposite th
Nomberg, who lives at No. 491S, heard
the whistle, and ran three blocki to
snd In an ill I'll, He hurried ba-k then
to arouse tit,, occupants of the building.
GOLDBERGS HEMMED IN BY
FIRE FRONT AND BACK.
M.'.vn and his family live above the
"tore, on the second Moor, and were
aroused In. time to get out. Hesldes
Qotdborgi his wife and son, his brother-in-law,
-Max Sachs and the tatter's
wife and two children, and a boarder,
Arthur t-Iarroll, live on the third floor.
Carroll was awakened by the WhllQl
and tried to grroUSS the others on that
floor. He had no trouble In getting the
Sachs family up, but could get no reply
from the Qo 16 barge, so he grabbed Vetta
Rich, two years old, and Sachs took
little Ruth, three weeks old, to the
street, Mrs. Sachs following.
When tiie Goldberga were aroused a
few minutes later by the smoke rhey
couldn't net down the stairs. The door
of the Meyn apartment on the floor
had been left open, creating a draft,
and when Goldberg tied back Into his
rooms frntn rbe hall he left his own
This let the fire Into -he apartment
immediately, while the sweep of lilt
flames thnuigh the Itgsg flat carried
the hlaxc out the front windjws snd up
against tloldberg's windows.
Thl firemen hadn't arr v d, snd It was
while the floldhergs were standing Just
out of reach of the flames that hemmed
I tem In. shouting for heip, that Nom-
j hers and Ahramson, the latter of No.
J IW7 TWtlftb. a cone, found s ladder and
I saved Mrs lloldherg tfttf her htle'JitiJ
I Mrs. (ioldherg was sll-nded by tit,
I Phi lips of the Norwcslan Hosp". .1.
I Carroll was so badly blistered about the
I hands and face he had to be treated
SIX ADJACENT HOUSES EMP
TIED BY THE POLICE.
The fire ate its way through the wall
to No. 4iMi, where Morris Bercow has a
stationery store, ind lives on the floor
above. Hesldes his wife, Elisabeth,
there were six children: Jennie, thir
teen: Bttlla, twelve; Julls, ten; Cecilia.
n.ne; lloie. seven, and ICather Ave. Mr.
Uercoiv carried the youngest down
through the fire and smoke, and the
father carried the others, making thtee
trips up and down the burning stilra.
The family had not hid time to dress,
and were taken Into the H. R. T. wait
ing room across the street until clothing
could be obtained.
TEACHERS' PAY HELD UP
IN BOARDS' WRANGLE.
SAVES HER LIFE BY
Deserted by Guide when At
tacked by Animals, She Faces
Pack and Uses Gun.
DIVES INTO ICY WATER
AND RESCUES WORKMAN.
Hruit Inspector Sav8 l ife Hid Then
Goes Back to His Work
John Smith, a banana handler, fell be
tween the side of the I'nlted FYult
steamer 'Marowl.lne and the deck at
Pier 1fi, Kast River, to-day. Ills fel
low workmen sttempted to throw him
ropes and things to clutch, but the
numbing effeot of the cold water ren
dered him nearly unconscious. Several
laborers took off their coats as If lo
plunge In after him hut changed their
Smith had gone down twice and
sinking for the third time when "Hlg
Al" Kvetson. a twenty-five- ear-old I
fruit inspector, shouldered through to j
the edge of the dock. One hand "f
Smith still waved above water when
Kverson arrived. There was no time
to strip off a heavy overcoat, so Kver
son stepped off the dock and shot
down Into the narrow spare btlOW and
the water closed over both BMP,
Presently he came to the surface
holding Smith by the wrist, which grip
he changed to one jnder the grmpita,
treading water In the three-foot space
between the side of the steamer and
the wall of the dock.
Thi, formerly useless ropes served
to haul Smith and his rescuer from
the water. Smith was revived and sent
to his home In a lodging house at No.
Howery, and Kverson returned to
work In a borrowed suit.
The big blond youth was extremely
modest while the men were crowding
about him Offering congratulations. 1 I
can swim, so I pulled him out," was
his explantalon. And he went ha li
to work. Kverson lives at No. Plfty
MWenth street, lUrooklyn.
RtNGgVttiLK, Tel. Pee. 4 -Ml
Bessie Voautn. daughter of H. ''
Yoakum, president of thl St. LoOtl an I
San Kraticisco Railroad. eterday shot
five wild Mexican hog
By so doing Abe saved her life as w, I,
a'; Proved her courage While hunting i
I deer she and i guide w ere attacked by
seven of the ferocious bogs.
The guide fled. Miss Yoaklltll leaped 1
from her horse, but not lo flee. She
dropped to her knee, aimed a fraction
of a moment and fired while the first ,
wild hog wsi score of yards away
M1ss Ynskum killed two more with is I
Then 'her title failed her, She ran for;
the gun tiie guide had dropped
this she killed two more of the hogs
end then sent random shots Into t ie
underbrush Into whl a the remslnlng
an'.mali h id fled.
Cltv Counsel to Dccldi
Scg relation Dispute.
Comptroller Prendtrga.it win hold up
a 1 pgj rolls of the Hoard of Kducailou
until toe legal requlramanta in the dis
puted segregation of the school budge:
are complied wHh, He asked the Cor
CoUttOPl to-day for a definition
I of the rights of the Board of Ultimate
to Inilll on continued segregation of
(hi . boot fund
i I'or years there has been a ronlr.v
versy between the Board of BptlPMle
i and the Hoard of Kducatlon, the latter
asserting a right to absolute control and
dictation over the school fund.
"This Is one of the llftVrrrn-e he
IWeofl the two boards," aatd the Comp
troller to-day. ' which Auditor Cook of
the educational hoard savs he told Pro'
Moon to include In his rerort under
the direction of the Scho d Inquiry 'om
mlttee, Auditor COOV his admitted lhat
be iismI Prof. Moore an I tils teport is
tehl 1, I for irttlclaWg ehl Hoard of Kst
The t'omptroller has asked the Cor
Pt ration .'ounsel to act oulikly. so the
JgnUary payrolls rosy he prepared If the
opinion favors the contention of the
Hoard of Kdihstlon. (itbetwlse the
Comptroller will refuse to certify the
aken to Same Hospital,
He Passes Away as
Bone Is Set.
' Hire. He was work'iig as rap dlv a
I PU III hie, so Mis Herbert OPUld ' t'1
I the rOOfP h re her HMBMI waa.
The MJurtd woman silltei-,! gren! pain,
but did not r.mu'l.ln. Her whole mind
was on the thought of r.ai hlng her htis
gfaPd'l kitlalda PIPPN It was loo late to
tell Mm gppdspp,
There, tse run take ppg to him now."
Id Dr, KaMen as ae finished bsndsg-
ng the In-okcn limb.
Just at that niiirnr it a nurse steppe.1
aftly Into the opi rating rnini and whis
pered to the doctor. "Mr. Herbert gal
Mis. H,i iert a. told It was Ullei.
for her to try t" her hulbagkg
alnletl 'i' .. InJuregdJWomgi, who '
suffering from nervoui collapse as well
a. tie fractured leg. pUcod hi
hospital cot, wltero she is to-tlay. Her
oudltlon is serious.
Mr. HeiOert was a bookkeeper fOT
Bronx business klUPti A w,-ck ago his
right foot bees mi hifogtod from a
ecrat u and blood poisoning ri iltPg. it
was that which cause I death.
( on . leteil of While "laving.
Paul I'enls. a young vaudeville actor,
was convicted in the Brooklyn County
Court to-day of having engaged In the
white slave traffic. He was Indicted for
TIM 1X1 MIBtKNT POM Itol ti ll
iBaa t-.na., ISSMjaals 1
With I .r, nuke nr Connaught s experiences
in Canada Include nothing unite so thrill
ing as an Incident Which In fi I King Bjd
ward on bis Canadian tour half a cen
tury ago. Hi was nut on the wind-swept
nraltie with a few companions, when,
wishing to smoke, the eompany found1
that they had Just one match hetween
them. They grow loll Who should under
take the onerous task of striking and j
maintaining a light until the pipes Were
A message from T.ehsnon Hospital to
Mrs, Hilda Hi rbeii st her home, No
I gM Melrose sv en le, Bronx, told her Isst
night her husband, Ernest, was dying
snd she would have to hurrv If she
wished to sprak with him sgaln. A
woman friend was called by Mrs. Her
bert, and the two start,.! in great haste
for the honpllsl
As Mrs. Herbert stepped from a curb
ing on the viaduct at One Hundred and
Sixty-third street and Melrose avenue
she stumbled and fell, breaking her right
leg, Her companion summoned help, an I
an ambulance was called. It came from
The wife was taken ei Quickly as pos
sible to the operating room, where !
Kahlen, the bouse slltgeon, set th- f r . -
Come on in -the
abduction, charged with luring three going, and WO lot ten upon the rnnrr
seventeen-year-old girls from Albany He accomplished his task successful)!
to Brooklyn and turning them upon thai by t ie aid of the coats and caps Which
streets after lie had kepi them for sev- his friends hung ro in. I to guard the prc
eral days In a Raines law hotel. HejolOUl tlanie. BUI said afterward that It
was reminded Ut sentence until w as thl most nerve-trv Ing moment In
Friday. his life.
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