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191 COLUMNS OF
11 HURT IN
tVKATHFR Tleartn, tn-ntahti l.mrdio (air, colder.
1 EDITION. 1
PRICE ONE CENT,
ko nr nrnro
HO WL ULrlLO UUVLII,1JIU
WHO REPUDIATE H S TALK
"To Hell With the Constitu-;
tion!' Stands" Shouts South
"HISS ME, I DON'T CARE."
Snaps His Finders at Heads of
Other States, Who Storm at
His Speech in Conference.
WPHMOND. Vn., Dec. .-A sw.-epinir
raaoiution repudiating ih nmarka
Oav. Bieaae or nuta Carolina in sup
port of lynch law Waft adopted by too
OovernonV Conference to-du.y by a vote
Of 14 to 4. i
Qov. IHcur. deftnditiK hlm.il..
napped hi lingers in Uu faces of th'
ottiar Governors an. I declared that In
cared not one whit what the confers:. .
ld or left undone.
""Four times this mornlim has my II ?(
baen threatened for my utterances,'' de
clared Uov. HUaac.
"1 wus uuoted ye.uerday ia saying t)
hell with the Constitution.' I ray uon
to all the uovftrndrk of all thu Sut..
and to all the people of the Unite,
.-'tates what I said then."
The conference hall Wftft thrown Mttft
The Governors Of Al'ihnma, Wyoming,
Mlaaourl, New York, ...'ar; lur.d and V1
eoa)ln denounrej Uie South Carolinian
m strong terms for hla utterunce.
it.. Qovernoia of North Carolina,
'.riahaaft, Connecticut and Idaho voted
-:: the resolution.
The rasoittUon ndopisd was introduasd
byraovi 'Mann ai an a:nsidinsat iu
theone offered bv (lov. O'-.cal of Aia
baiia. It reads .i f ilows.
"Sesolvpai, Tlial It U the sentiment of
th j Governors' Conference In MMlon
R.I 'lllcimon.l, Va.i lo-da) thai thi
whole power of the .aeveral Btatea
. iiogld be used whenever ru-cessnry t
rutirct person accused of critneH on
k'ornnhOfda dltalnat the violence of
ntoba, and to provide for epeedy. order
ly Kind Impartial trlala by court of
romnetant jurisdiction, to the and thut
be laws for tk protection of life and
pro POT tT bt duly enforced and respected
. y all the people."
DEATH -IH'SAT LETTER REPU
DIATED BY GOV. MANN.
"I Ikold In my harm. sail Uov Mans
wiieit he row to data himself, "the
fourth letter threatening m Ufa I have
le.iru un mi niinn. It was h'tllilcd
me Jpst now by some one I did
i . and It was addressed to me In th
care bf the Ooiernor or Virginia "
"I ftnow nothing of the letter, air,"
-storied Oov. atann of Virginia. "I
never heard of It before; I did not re
ceive; It; I know uo thing of Its con
tsatej' "It j doesn't matter," continued OOV,
Ble;.s. "I wpeak nobody1! opinion but
my oirn. The aaWipaper headlines hav,
mlsrereeenlinl me, W'b.n 1 spoke yai
terliv about tlie rharriaxe of Jack
Johnson of t'hteiK i I did not say hi
would be lynched In South Carolina! tdld
aay tkat tiie lavra of tny Mate forbade
the misiiTtage, and I did .ay thut I did
not know, If the murriaKe had boen par
formed In South Carolina, whether tho
law protecting hltn would have been
possible of enforcement or not.
Wow, what I want to aay to yon la
tat SI X don't ear on whit whether yon
adopt this resolution or not. You may
expel ma for all X car. On th Slat
day of neat January X will begin my
aacond term as Oovcrnor. On th 4th
of XCaroh, 1916, If God spans m. X will
b sworn la as a muntaar of th United
States Banat. X snap my nugsrs at
your resolutions, for all th resolutions
and all the motion you may act upon
will not avail to keep me out.
"XjOBaT after many of you gentlemen
bar te-day are resting in the retired
shades of private Ufa, X will be reap
ing; th rewarde of publlo service. Long
after yon food (tovsrnora ar no longer
Ooveruors, th whit woman of South
Carolina will pray for m with their
arms around their girls, and will arise
from knees to kiss their husbands and
bag them to go to the ballot boa and
vote for Bleaae to protect them from
their dally terror."
A faint round of applause rippled over
(Onntlnuad on Second I'a.)
Ceorrlalit. Iwlil. br
'. Th New
governor who STANDS
Ul LYNCH LAW TALK.
Strict Disciplarian to Take Na
tional Guard Out of
WASm.VGTt Per. OOV.-W t
S ilr-r Of New York ftMIOUIlO! th ap
pointment . f Cod Henry DoWItt HatnU
ton an Adjutant QtntnU of th National
Uunnl thlH aftt-rnoon.
Colt Hamilton wan formerly a FMltfOftl
Oi Br klyn. btlt HOW 11vh In Manhat
tan. Ho hju ha-1 long tXpoHonOO In she
Natlonul OllOfd Ond ha a rtputation
for Otrlol diHftp'ini ami for kctpinx
POlitlol out of thi truard.
Convrooomnn Hulto'r haH told friondo
In Warilil riKton vi ithtn t'ie laul few iluyn
that hf whs not i,"lnsr to announce any
appointment In advaum IXOOpt thoiie,
of th- Adjutant Ueneral and th- mem
bon r the 0OVornOl military Htaff
thOM latter In time to let them Kt
their uulformH for the Inaugural cere
Kn j m Alhany to-day ciirue the an
noUAOOmont that an agreed ntatenient
of the controversy between Qof Uyan,
retired by OOV, and Adjt.-tien.
Verbeck to be Jointly HUbmltteil to
the Appellate IMvialon of the Supreme
CoOrl wan favored by Altornej '-OOftOPftl
CARMODY FAVORS O'RYAN
TESTING ACTION OF DIX?
Attorney-fjeneral Reported Willing
to Present Facts in ("ase to
AUHsVNYi H. V.. Dae. -Malor-Uen-.iiil
d'ltyan is llki 1) to .Tiir.- permis
sion (pom AttornayClanefal Camody to
test tha OonaUtutloMl right of Oov, ui
to depose nlm, It si said tiuro to-day.
Mr. c armody i it is Maartadi favori tun
tnlttiiiK iui iffrSad st.iti-innt of fai'Ls to
tli, Appallata Division for adjudication
un.i ha miii praaent tiiis viaw to a oon
(aranpa t ba nid lat. this nftarnoon
of o'liyan and 1,1.-4 aupportafi.
W'urld Uulldliw lurklsli llalhs.
Aleayt , Ilatli .ltli I'rirate - ft.
BtrUi'r and Itsulniri-. Cura odlat Id alt, i. (lanes.
U Park llu. aest Urwalie Brlf(t.-adft.
COL HAMILTON AS
ADVERTISING ( 4 cSMX5lAr )
" Circulation Books Open to All."
Th I'mi rastlshla
FALLS TO DEATH AT
Major J. C. Mallery Plunges
From Bathroom Window
on Tenth Floor.
AT A WOMAN'S FEET.
Police Report It as a Suicide,
but Friends Insist It Was
Major J. C. Mallery. United States En
gineers, retired, who made his home In
larls. New York. Newport and Aiken,
3. C, wa killed at 8.10 o'clock to-day
by falling from the window of the batn
100m of the apartmenta which he occu
pied with Mra. Mallery on the tenth
floor of the Hotel Manhattan at Madison
avenue and Forty-aecond a'.eet.
His head atruck the heavy brass tube
railing- which surrounds the hotel, pro
tecting people on the sldewalka from tha
narrow atinken areaway which admits
li,'ht to the basement grillroom and was
almost severed from the body. Hla
Identity was nxed only by the striped
alik pajamaa which he had been wearing
when ha fell.
Major -Mallery. who eras retired on
account of disabilities received In th
lln of duty In 1M, returned from Pari
two weeks ago accompanied by his
wife, who was Mlaa Jrann.e Turnur of
Alksn 8. C. Aooordlng to the rport of
hla Brrhr-ln-law, Dt. Psrcy R. Turn
ur, of No. 56 West Forty-ninth street,
to the police. Major Mallery was a suf
ferer from nervous melancholia of an
acute type and for some tlm his valet
had been Instructed to sleep on a cot
In th room with hla employer. Mra
Mallery occupied an adjoining apart
ment. BODY FALLS IN PATH OF MORN
Th shout of a man coming toward
Forty-second street, along Madison
avenue, followed by the sound of a
body falling heavily on the pavement
and the screaming of a young woman,
who stood with her hands over her
face, transfixed with horror beside a
broken white heap on the sidewalk,
firs, turned to the tragedy the attention
of the human tide of suburban dwelling
city workers which was flowing across
the avenue on Forty-second street
shoulder to shoulder from the Orand
Central 8tat1on. There was a rush Im
pelled by curiosity and then a recoiling
as th spectators realized the horror of
what they saw. Many women ran
blindly away, screaming and striking
out at people In their way.
Policeman MoConvllle, after one look,
ran Into the hotel and notified Manage.
IlrMlen, who at once sent his assistant.
Mr. Si'hencks, out to the street to Iden
tify the body. Mr. Sclie icks returned
to say that there wsji nothing recogniz
able to him, and Mr. Boston, who re
turned to the sp"' with him. was Just
WIDOW OP ARMY MAN IN SERl
Mr. Ilodin and his asslsliinta called
at all the rooma on upper floors on the
Madison avenue street side. At Mts.
Mallery'a nim In the suite occupied by
the retM'ed officer they found Dr. I)avls,
the hotel physician, and Dr. Turnuie,
her In-other, working over Mrs. Mallery.
Her condition was such that the pliy
slclans said she was In grave danger.
In a few minutes after the sedatives
administered by the physicians had
quieted her Ir. Turnure went down tu
the stiet with Manager DodaO and a',
once re.'ogiUzed ti.e pattarn of the ma
lerlal of the pajamas in IVatOH the body
Ur. Tumuro, In a statement made n
the hotel poople. and to the policeman,
said that his brother had not boon In
rotjUHt health for more than thirty
years Recently he had suffered frjiu
I acute meUtncliolla.
DIDN'T AROUSE SUSPICIONS OF
Policeman Mcf'unville Ufclerstood tin
brother-in-law to say he had been
place.) uncU-r the surveillance of hit
valet, who was as mu h a nurse as a
body-servant, and who adopt on a cot In
the room. Dr. Turnure said that Major
Mallery had gone Into the bathroom of
h.s apartment without arousing tho vus
ploloiM of the nurse.
On this report and a repetition of sub
stantially the same statement by Dr.
Turnure. to the lieutenant In charg.. of
the Kast Fifty-first street station after
the body had lieen removed there, tlij
death of Major Mallery was set down on
the records as due to suicide. Coroner
HOllhaUlsr gave a permit for the re
moval of the body and began an imme
diate Investigation at the hu'el.
Daughters of Two Presidents
Who Sold Benefit Programmes
LEADS TO ARRESTS
Evening World Expose Fol
lowed by Police Activity to
The Kvenlng World's expose of con
ditions existing in cheap moving picture
theatres throughout the greater city,
their flagrance In violating the law pro.
hlbltlng the admission of minora with
out guardians and the oonaequent In
flaming of children's nrlnds with the
sordid stories depleted on the acreena,
bore fruit to-day In the arreat of four
"movey" employees, two of thorn t,'lrl.
Only two theatres, and these In Will
iamsburg, were Involved In the raids,
but there were indications of activity
around Ilnsiklyn and New York Poll o
Headquarters that argued speedy and
thorough cleaning up of such of the
places as are run without regard to the
Metectlvp William Myers of the Cen
tral Office Squad was sent out this
morning tu look for violations and with
in an hour he nad seen four children
allowed to purchase tickets and enter
moving pictures houses.
For tifteen mlnutna tie stood outside
the miniature theatre at No. 412 Knick
erbocker avenue, Williamsburg. As the
detective watched, a small taiy who
looked to be no more than twelve years
old and a little girl of ten purchased
n.e-cent tickets from the cashier, Paul
ine UaJlOhi seventeen, of No, ll Hlee' k
er street, Willlamshurg. The tickets
were accepted without question by
Chgflag WUlner, the doorman, and he
opened the doo - for the children to enter.
DETECTIVE ARRESTS THE CASH
IER AND DOORKEEPER.
Myers bought a ticket a few minutes
lator and sat near the children Tin y
were absorbed in the vivid drama of
passion and natrel, fllokarlngly proJectud
on the screen before them. Myurs then
went outside and asked the girl cashier
to put on bar hat and DOM.
"What fort" she demanded.
Myers showed hla shield and told her
"For violating Subdivision 1 of (Section
ISI of the Penal law."
"And what's that?" she wanted to
"It la a law prohibiting the admission
of minora to a moving picture show
unaccompanied by ati older person un
less the show Is the concomitant of a
lecture, or given as a i m-fli, for in
stance, in a s.-Jiool building," said the
Myurs marched both Mi' Matsch und
Winner, who Uvea at No. lif, St. Nlch
ula avenue, Illdgewuod, to the (Jales
DECEMBER 6, 1912. 32 PACES
x. .--, p.lv I
Avenue Court, wher they wer ar
raigned before Magistrate Viaarhaa.
TWO MORE ARRESTS MADE
WHEN TICKETS ARE SOLD.
Sallying out again. Myers lounged
j near the moving picture the itrn at No
K37 Broadway, Williamsburg. He saw
fourteen-year-old lOmlla Mllllatta pa
I 10 cents for two tickets, one for Mm
j self and one for Christine Sclierer, also
j fourteen, who accompanied him. There
i waji no for nuillty or heeltatlon about
I admitting them on the part of Henry
Hunt, the doorman, nor had Ida Mhon
feld, tho twenty-year-old o.islder, raised
a quostlon abasjl the propriety of sell
ing tickets to the children. Myers did
raise a queslnti, though, and he took
both doorman and .aside: liefore Mag
Ths four employees were paroled
for examination a week from to-day.
That will he Friday, the 13th.
Myers obtained, too, lb uainea of the
oMVdrad he had seen enter the Knick
erbocker avenue place. They wore Ar
thur Keller, fourteen, ami Jessie Pfeffer
CLARKE GOES TO TOLEDO
TO SIGN UP BRESNAHAN.
Pittsburgh Manager Wants Deposed
St. Louis Manager to ( latch for
Pirates Next Seasui.
TOlsBDOi o., Ie. 1 Frsd narke
manager of the Pittsburgh "iub, ar
rived here t . .lav from his home In
Wlatleld, Kan., to sue RogSf Itresnahan,
recently rStsfsd from the management of
aba Ht. drtils cliilli. Clarke Is anxious lo
cure Un snahan for his Dgtl hlng staff
lie will leave to-night for Pittsburgh,
where ho will stay a few flays imforc
going to New York for the National
WIFE AND DAUGHTER SICK.
Taylor of Colorado Third of HLs
Family to Go Under Knife
niCNVlilt. Dec. 6. Hla wife lying dan
gerously ill at Kt. Joseph's Hospital, fol
lowing a recent operation; tils daughter
but Just recovered from an operation
fat appendicitis. Congressman Kdwu-d
T. Taylor of Colorado has hlRUMit been
stricken and to-day is In a serious con
dition at Ht. Joseph's Hospital. An op
eration for appandloltta win bo pay
SHOCK OF WINNING KILLS.
It-rU limps Head When Told Horse
Knee llrouwht Mini S.t.ooo.
VIKNNA. Dec. Informed that he
had won 3.'si en a horse ra IS, Hermann
Frlcdaberg, a clerk, dropped dead of
heart failure at a race couiae near here
$12Men'sO'coats& Suits, $5.95
THE "HUB" Clothing Cnrnsr. liroad
way. vor liar -lav Ht.. opp Wuolwortb
Kulldltig ihlKlo-et In the world), will sell
to-uay i. oho jihi, iivercoatM anii win
ter Suits, flue Id ick thlbct. fancv .'.,.
browns m dark mixed worsted, all sles
St to 44. single or double breasted;
worth il In any other store, their pries
va-day. 5Ji. opau to nlgut till lu. Adv.
"Circulation Books Open to
tniTH CT PIMP
WINS $22,500 IN
Takes .Jury Only Ten Mimiljs
tu Decide for Actress
SHE GETS FULL CLAIM.
Sued for Balance Due on a
Contract for $25,000
Made With Her.
The Jury Which heird the evidence
In the sMjIt of Bdlth It ''lair lit i Inst
Kliw Sr l-lrianger for the U,800 Las la DO
payable In ten unmnl instalments,
which ?-he said was owed her h Klaw
KrUnger on a contract, returueil a
virdlrl this afiei noon for MIks St Clair,
allowing her the tod amount for wl-lch
he osked. I'he Jury was out ten min
Though the Milt was brought ngilust
the theatrical tlrin. It win s town at thu
trial Mint tlie contract was hale Ut
i rder to preven. any aci c against
Abnebiuii Krl.inger which would aV
oarra-s his domestic affairs.
Justice Pendleton announced at 111
opening of court In-day that Kdmund
1.. Mooney. representing the plaintiff,
would hav th right to th closing
argument. William Traver Jerome,
'VJt's"' 'ho defendants, than an
nounced that he would not sum up at
Mr. Mooney wouldn't let It go that
way. He ii.i le an argument In which
he attacked A. I,. Frlanger. with whom
Miss rtt. 'i lair says she made a contract
in 1WW whereby she was to receive at
least Ilia wvok from Klaw A Hrlangei
for tha balance of her Hf. This wan
supplanted by the written contract In
llKsj colling for tift.OUO in ten annual In
stalments and on which th suit waa
"One thing I want to Impress upon
you," said Mr. Mooney. "Is thai, read
ing between the llnea, 1 believe the de
fendants deeire that you return a ver
dict In favor of this plsvlntlff. Re
pudiation diMsen't pay wltli nations or
States and It doesn't pay with Individual
"I believe that si-tice filing Iris answer
months Hgai Mr. Frtsnger has had a
great awakening. Isn't It poaalhl to
liii'iglne him going up and down
llroadway telling his huskneas associ
ates! and friers! 'I'm not aa Imd as
I'm painted. I'm not as terrible a
you think. I'm not a bilker nf women.
I didn't bilk my wife wi the separation
agreement, and I didn't bilk Mlaa Ht
'Hair on her ..intra, t '
"It lan't hard to hear Mr. Krlanger
saying, 'I want to pay this woman, for
1 gut evesi with Ma l Steuer, my
After Lawyer Mminey bad finished hla
argument Mr. Jerome asked that he In
allowed lo aum up. Juatlce Pendleton
denied the motion and counsel for the
defense took an exception Juatlce Pen
dleton began his oharge lo the Jury at
AND HELEN TAFT SELL
Many Society Buds Act as
Flower Girls at Titanic
Th t Yntury Theatr waj crvjwtliM
ttiU uflrrtiiHin with a tlUtlnjr ulhe.l audi
Ot ff pfttfOni Of th rn-nnflt Hrrrtrijr tl
i tho Woman! THmIo Howortal
nlttoo AmoM thOOf who ol pro
KniTiini'-H WOTO rlolon Tnft, tellChtoi bt
the rrsMihlrnt. an. I M'hh I'Jthtr 'lfv
lanrl, (iHUghtnr f fpfWOf PfMM4oAl
Olfvelatwi. Thv rnef wtth Krtal mic
D0t0 M.il"r,lu.(llH M ra St u y v t i ri ;
Ftatti ami Mri Otroric J, Ouuld Miipnr-
Lntoodod tii jrouni Molotjr vtrli it
A' a" uil!r. Il-wi-r nn projrramm
gtrli. Mrs John Hay llamrnoihl waa
tht onMl nontftr.
Tti proffrainmo InoJudod mIooHom
from hor lAtoil play, "Bel in ponna," by
Kailmova, tfu- t u. h t mut brid of a doy
W 1 1 L iu.ni Kit vr ml i a m an'l MU.t '- I ,t
(afoftui gavo tho baloony m on friwn
'Itomoo uni Julio.." Minn Edith Wynne
ICathoooni min.4 Olatfyi Hanson and
M!hh Kuth Ii PoiMi iavo tn OHontal
dan oOi inwNig tho othoni who aldod ,r
th oittortainmocil nroro Mino Blmono,
M1ii Hi I Hi Hitrkt-. Wtihu-ii Collier, John
llaavtii sTpanoli wuun unj many uthtri
Qi eutfj roiiOUtlluu.
tvi: Tlii:n i
WRECK ON ELEVATED
60 FEET ABOVE STREET
HURTS 11 AT 1 1 0TH ST.
High Above Ground on Curve, Ninth
Avenue Cars Crash Into Sixth
Avenue Train, When Brakes
Fail to Work on Wet Rails.
NONE BADLY INJURED;
JUMP SAVES ENGINEER
Policeman Below Tracks Escapes
Death by Inches as 1 00-Pound Piece
of Iron Plunges Downward.
With a crash that was heard for blocks, a four-car Ninth avenue
train, southbound, crashed into a sixar southbound Sixth avenue tnir
on the "I." structure at One Hundred and Ninth Street and Cobunbui
avenue, at the lower end of the great One Hundred and Tenth street
curve, it 10 o'clock to-day.
Eleven persons were injured, none serioiksly enough to require hos
pital treatment, and the west side "L" system was tied up for an hour.
following Is a list of ths Injured:
GRAND JURY VISITS
CELLS IN H
Spends Ten Minutes Inspecting
Quarters "De Luxe" of
Former City Chamberlain.
The John Doe Orarwl Jury, ordered by
Justice Oofr to Investigate charges of
favoritism In ti manaaettient of the
Tombs, to-1y maile a thorouah Inspec
tion of the I.I city prison, looklna long
and carefully at the "rhamtire da luw"
occupied hy (Tharli-s If. Hyde and the
uominon. steel-lisrred cell vcupled by
Jiueph 1 ROMs his chief accusr.
The vlalt to the Tonaba occupied sev
eral hours and there was not a nook or
..orner Into which tlie tlrand Juror did
not insist upon helng shown. They
would nieke no Loiiuneiit Wlien they
Aceoinpanled hy Assistant Dlstric
Attorney flark an.l three artai-hes from
fh DaMftgleAttOI nay'a staff, the ln
uulaltora crosaed the ltrl.1. of Hlgha sal
II :i o'clock and walked down the atalra
to the prlaon yard, where they found
three prliun keepers standtnc -uard
over the pathway that last to th 'war
den house" oocuplisl by Hyde.
Accompanied by Wardens Kullon and
Hanlay. the Urand Jurors cllmbe.1 the
steps Into Hyde's apartment. Hyde wa
sitting at a table with Commissioner
UrummoM of the Charities I loiurttnarit
hen they entered. Ha win working
on the li gal papers to be used In bis
JURORS RECEIVED BY HYDE IN
"CELL DE LUXE."
Aa they entered Hyde roe and iivsidnd
to several of the Jurors whom ha knew
"ilrntli-men," he aald, txiwlnf low,
"this is the 'cliambre de luxa.' "
The wulls were lre, a was the floor
There were two plain chairs, a tahls
an.l a bed couch. The Jurors paad
into llj'lc's iirlvnle hath. In all. they
were In ll.dss quartan ten minutes,
lurln which time Hyde resumed his
Kal mutters ftlth t'ommlsaloner Drum
'tioiid. From Hyde's .ipiirtment the Jurors
(Continued OK Hecond I'aga.)
wake tour feel rionfurtablr durl hl
Ids y shJtili,s bv ualn Jubnsu'a Foot Susp.
U1 drusslata. loe. aad tt. slaaa. aVgvti
OF HYDE AND ROBIN
PRICE ONE CENT.
. Mwaidi w.
sixty tar, at.
knUaaa ana eats.
OoastJx. rraak, grty-six, Ts
Waat TUlrtlstX street; head as
Bojl. Mary, Ho. tta Wsst Oaa
arg aaa riftsentk trti
(H4oa, Moiatg, Is
aaai Jxaag and ana an.
tasty. Mr, jgusabatb. sUtv-tksws
sTo. 404 Lafaystts avaaas, Uaoklya.
sto. 373 Waat Oaa
ty-third atnati lactwraUoaa fao aa
auuar, am. cxarua, a. i
vaai lasanUoas at i
laesratloas of fao. "'
TUasr, Ohaalaa, lo. lggg
avaaas j isft lg krataad.
Towan, Baaiai. To. son tg
aadmsl aad Thinuth atnati
to isf t lag.
ALL INJURED QO TO HOME
Although tha percent- of aklarty par
aon In th list of Injured la i.e.. ,
aa ccldnt In thl olty. It Is bnvd
no aerlous results will be sansrlaed
by (ha vtctlma of th crash. All want
to their homes after being treated by
Tlv ooltialon occurred on a atanr
track at a point on th road unusually
well protected by elgnala, because of
the danTr of the high curved viaduct
which carries th "L" track from
Columou avenue to Dlgbth avsaju
through on Hundred and Tenth stmt.
Officers of th "V system ny ths
Ninth avenue train probably slid aaang
th wt tfa-ks after the brakes had
Th two train war ctoa together
from One Hundred and Porty-Ofth
atret down. As th sum avenu train
lft tha One Hundred and Tenth atrset
station the Ninth avnu train, run oy
Motor Unglnaer Ferdinand LaJrd, ot
No. 114 Wast On Hundred and vrty
third strast, took tu place at th plat
form. The Sixth avenue train, after
ruundlna th rurv. was slowsd uown.
because anuthar train am at th sta
tion at One Hundred and fourth strt
and Columbus avaua.
Ilrd. on th -Moth avenue train,
apptu-erttly did not nudes that the train
ahead of him had slowed down in tlm
to allow stoppage or hla own train. Tha
collision oca?urrvd at a point directly
above tlie Juncture of one Hundred and
Mi. Hi atreet and Columbus aieuue,
where ratrolmau I'll' of the Waat
One Hundredth atraet station waa etxnd-
I Flick, alarmed at tha rraah, looked
up Just in time to see a Ms" section Of
I Up jut
la coupling diajcendtng toward him.
distged out of tha way u the m
grased lua ahouldr and landad la the