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MRS. MURDOCK TELLS OF EDEY "WIFE SWAP"
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29 PERISH WHEN RAMMED STEAMER SINKS
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Hair and colder to-niKhti ftondar anaetlled.
Weather fair ,
Mil,
EDITION-
EDITION.
PRICE tNE CENT.
NINETEEN SWEPT 10 DEATH
BY HIGH WIND AS STEAMER
JULIA LUCKENBACH IKS
Capt. Gilbert, His Wife and Seven
teen of the Crew Drown in Chesa
peake Bay After Collision
With the Indrakuala.
The Luckeiihacri Steamship, Company, No, 8 Bridfi street, has
received news of the los in QttttpMke Uay during yesterday's storm
of the stean.cr Julia Luckeulxidi. dpt. Gilbert t tiiis city, his wife
and seventeen nembers of the crew are believed to have been drowned.
First Officer Hunt, Second Otficer Brunn, fiiineen. Little of New
York and Doyle of Philadelphia, and tour member! oi the crew were i
taken from the spars ol the Julia Luckenbtch six hours after she
toundereJ, a- the result of a collision with the British :ramp Indrakuala.
All the others of the ship's company of the Julia Luckenbtch were
wept from the rigging in the bowling Kale that swept up the coast
yesterday and last night,
Thru' ai n mpO I II Hiltlmira l.i,
no; nlng ih. 'i aavan of ina Luosenbai'h'a
ne.'pl imr rterjed hy the Indraluula
rt., i!io . n i) :oi. Tn" rarvlvora in
Xenrporl NaWa aaj turn the Indrahrhttl
MlCkcd .iiia rl.-hl aflat Ilia coll! on,
ligdly datnagdd, and ni.uU- HO effort it
:' .. Tin- runorte PCH by the In
drakuala it not credited by t:ie Luoken
ngeh llcamehlp Compai
Report! Mum s!Hp In Iho bay tuta
thtl the Indrakuala i aground on bore
aoo.it thrtt Blltt from ht KCga of the
alllsloi It would appaar that alio
aiMi iii badl) lii thr n..ident. aril bar I
raptaln deriding her In danger oi Iuk-
lag, hMded nor for abora and poached
it no H delay.
CLOTHING TORN OFF, BY THE
FORCE OF THE GALE.
Whan lha turvtVOrt Weft taken off tht
A rack of tin- Utcktnbach thoir olothlng
a I ntarly all been i"rn from their
Ilea by Hi" foree ot Ihr gale. The
Hut rtOi neil nere ihe atroniieat of tht
$99)
r. .nil na1 nean enabled to lianu on
tna oMroftt of kimoti raptihufntn
Irenatli and endurance, miring intir
lt of alx hours fur re cue they saw
a doicn oi their shipmates IWtPt from
their stations on the maxta by the pow. -Jul
Wind and nu'rled into ifce wave.
Officer arid crew of the Julia U MnV
bgon numtoort i twnt-MX man. Tht
iptnin't flf w,l Bakklna the trip With
i,. ti, and ntl the on' wo man aboard.
The aleamer wan bound fur Haiti
mora front 1'ort Tampa with a OtT (a
1. 1 4, uimi lona of ph.w.h.ile rOCk
; o'clock yesterday morning aba
A I
IV H -
.iff Tangier gM buoy. thlOb ll n. ..
mini Lookout and the 1 o 1 1 1 1 a
;ia Potmiia.' Klvar oniplle Into
iietapvake tiay.
There grgJ a denae fog OVtr lha
nuil :hr barometer iaa fai ling a'
, .ilar-min rate. rapt. Qtlbort ''
.1 to anchor near the buoy and
II 1 fog warning! rather than nt
,.t to run Into the bay and fil
ter lta tangle of ahlpplug. Ha
i list making ready to drop anchor
.. -ha Indrakuala, bound out from
H.
Ul"
UN
e en rouia lor maw lorn aim
from Yokohama, bore down
Julia Luokenbach.
E TO GET FROM PATH OF
ONCOMING 8HIP.
Tba Julia I.iH'kenbach'a engines had
been atopped and aha am powerle to
ga out of the path uf the ontomitu;
ht.amer. The aharp prow of tha In
diakuala tora Into tha aide of tin Julia
Luckanbach forward and almoat cut liar
(Contlnuad on Fourth !)
Wherein Lies a Moral
1,560,557
SEPARATE WORLD ADVERTISEMENTS LAST YEAR
720,171
More Than The Herald, The 1 N
IS 199,362
More Than ALL THE 5 OTHKR New York Morning and
Sunday Newspapers ADDED TOOETIILK
34,373 More Than The World rintud La 111
WORLD ADS. FOR READERS, RELIABILITY AND RCSULTSI
Ceoirtaht. mm. kr
to. (The Mew
FRICK WILL SPEND
$3,000,000 ON NEW
FIFTH AVE. MANSION
, latii
Dig All UHllCry Will He rea-
lure nf Palatial Residence
at Seventieth Street.
Plana for tin- now
to lie bull! by 11. nn
millionaire .1:1.1 .1 1
given out by the
ifl 'i a . iMur hoaia
'. Krl. k. the uteiil
lilei'tor. have heel
iltecta, Carrara
ll.ijitllii.f Tn.. in, ure w'll oc.'llp Mie
ta or 1: ,. 1.1 nog Library, fifth av.--nua,
bavantleth to Havanty-flrti atretn.
The Kihk house will be built of atone
and will i 0 low-lying, honta-llka atrnc
tura, ui hih r m 4reat roti and the
area whlen.lt will .over. Tha realdenre
proper will ba ack tavanly-flva feet
?rom Wflli venue, itn wlni on iht
north 1 -i,i unnlng Pkrward to the Kin:,
grtnut line, in iiiig wing, niii pa an
nn ga'ieiy for the Prleh rollggtlon
A furm.il gunktn garden and a pool
,-lxty feel long will ha In.-ide thin quad
tangle. To,- pool Itgalf alii cover au
area worth Ml M0
There will he nn enirin.ee on Ihe Ptfth
gvairut and of the gallery, where there
will be nn office A eplonnada will look
down on tha aunkan gnllary from ita
lOUth lldi T'n-re "III h a earriitgr
tntrtnet on the gavant'.ath at rot aide of
the hoiie. A great ttiilraaw will lead
down an eutranoe in the roar garden
The aatlmttad aoa 01 the houta, whlok
g to b three itorlaa and 1 half high,
y jr:,non.i"'.
thaawan lilatata ria gfl.niwi
ai.hanv. Jan k Mala Oomptrotlai
Sohmer ta-dty i ittlVOd i ,-lnek for
th. '.jd 40, which rrpraaenU the sun,. m.
herltanra lax on the opiate of the late
Vlce-Prcst'li nl. Jame, g, Sherman.
" Circulation Books Open to AH"
The rree. Piibllehlae
Ink w .rid i.
NEW
Stones Fly and the Reserves
Use Nightsticks on Gar
ment Workers.
3,000 THREATEN A SHOP, i
Police Captain Hit on Head
With an Apple, Then Re
serves Scatter Mob.
RfOtt fomented hy th- alrlktng tailom
of tho United flarineut VVorkei-a oc
curred at the noon hour to-day In the
nildat ,.J the crowded manufacturing
d'atrlct about flroadway and Ninth
atreet. In one Instance atonea flew and
the reacrves who were aummoned to
the ac ne of diaorder need their atlcka,
and In the xecond i-aae prdratrlana
ihoklng Hroadnay at Ita buateat hour
were DOAlght In the awirl of battle.
Early In the morning tht Up went out
that the atriklng outlaw would make a
deai-ent upon th, hg garment manu
factory of the A if re Benjamin Com
pany on I.if.ia-iti xlreet, near Aator
piaca, which haa employed about one
hundred operatives gUpN the walkout of
ihe atrlkeia laat Monday. Ma polieeinou
..on d around the alx-Btnry building
wiiere thr apleen of the atrlkera waa
xpected to be manlfeated.
About noon early th ee thoua m I
gtrlklag uttera maichrd up In amall
delai hmeuta from Heethoven Mall, where
a meeting had been ield. and began to
hoot and ahake the'r flata at the non-
nlon WOrtttfg who came to the
v. Indowg.
The pollctmail and -evrral plain
. lothea men ivhn were atntluutd nboot
t ie buildln i with them tried to keep
the cromd moving, hut the ileinnnatra
tion Increaaed and then -unue one thre1
a brick throuish a window on the
ground floor. Timt atnrted a general
I riot, th police Utlng their night atli-ks
lgornualv and Ihe atrlkera irpllnc
with atnnte and (lata. Harry Itenja
min of No. 9.M; Sinipaon street waa ar
retted at tht brick thrower who had
Marled the trouble.
('apt. goo at II, newly aijiolnted In
ronunand of the Mercer atreet a tat Ion,
waa on the ground In cltl.en'a BlOttMO,
Someone hit him on the head with an
apple and Mounted Polletman Kup
f 1 tail of Traf&O S,iiad B, who aim
near and saw the assault on the (4ai
taln's dignity, tried to ride hla horae
through the crowd and grab the tosser
of the frtllt. It" uaed his club aa a
nerauader, but fallad to raaoh lha mail
Capt gOO ball sent in a call for the
rraarvag from his atatlon and when
ihe- came the mob was dispersed.
Tht othai riot oooarrod ihortly oaf or u
noon '.n front of tho manufactory of
he Marx Ain.oim Co., at Klnth glroat
ami llroadwa. w hi -h waa the tctna
,.ittrday of tha aaaaull of atrlkara
Private Doteettva Joseph Berkeley, an,,
ti l l taken a ; and In ycatrrdn 's gt I
tratlOlt and thUI Invited the enml-v
,f the atrlkera. wua the onjeot of In
till and JoatllhE when three hundri
,o- more atr k - s aather.-d there
When Rarktlay loal iiia tinper and
tiled to mike an arreat the fight lie im
1: wns not Hopped until ei,rni traff.,
nnlletmen iwooped down an I diapers,,. I
Ihe road
Jennie PfcnalU aaventaert yatra 0,1,
of No rvt Kagt Twonti -eig iih iiraet,
aad Tony laiehonol.. twenty nara old.
of No. IV! Prln-e sir, -at. attttafg, were
arraigned hofore Magistrate HerboPI ifl
the Kaam Market UallH lo-da eh, I
ith d!aorderl. aoaagat by Policeman
OTonnor He agld he waa on atrlka
duty laat aVOging III f'"n' ' " 1
faa-torv building ll So dO Kaal Thirty.
second gtrttt and thai " 'hi- irkmen
came out of the building tha youth ant
tha girl yelled "aoab" at I cm. II,- or
dered the two to gtova on and sai l iron
rtfuaad Thay wart n i ' each.
MIKADO GOING TO EUROPE.
TOKIO. Japan. lar. I. Tl,a Mm
paror of J ipan Intandl aftar hi i oron
allon next Niivfin H i' lo niaK, .1 tilt, q
Huron "n i"ar,i a laiiiin aarahlp
aocardlna lo ll'a JIJI Itupo, Kll
Itojoaty nan for nian yaan uhvrii i-i
tha daalra to umlertaku auoh a voyun.
Halt ii'r' t'aasraaa J an),
t AMIINUTOM 'a i ' l)i i I
i.ip 11 in-.- D, ii, nil "f Virginia m
l'Tiial aa ( liuirinan -if I in- 1 1 ... -
III 1 1 . i .1 rOri w:
n.iir t j .. . .'
QfV, o ut k'Waa ...
BROADWAY CROWD
CAUGHT IN RI01 OF
STRIKING TAILORS
YORK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1913. 12 PAGES
IE
Captain Reassures 1,000 Pas
sengers and Calls tor Tugs
to Free the Ship.
VESSEL LISTS TO PORT.
Unusually Low Tide Resulting
From Gale Caused
Mishap.
The hig Hamburg-American llntr
Anierika. with a thouaand paaaengtra on
board, went aground In th channel off
Tompklnavllle, Mtatan Lai and at U
o'clock this morning and lay with a
alight Utt to port whlla tha atorro driven
whlteoapa of the harbor epat tared
agaltiat her lofty aldet.
Almoat at tha greyhound atruok a ro
aaaurlng nietaagt went flaahlng from the
wtrrleas houa to the ofnetrt of Iht line
In Hoboktn, and offlcort tproad lha word
among pasoengert on tha promenade
dci.iv and In the ttetragt that thtw wore
tt aafe at If ona of tha tower of tha
lower Manhattan akyllne thtltarod them
('apt. H Knuth. commander of tltO
Amerlka. al first dea-ldtd to wait for
lush title, at 6.22 o'clock, to float nla
vessel, and driilnnd offara of aaalatanee
from tuga. Hut lata this afternoon,
when the till, had fallen to a remark
ably low level, and It appeartd likely
tlie Ann rlka would settle inoonvenlent
ly far In the mud, tba captain atnt a
wireless plea for tuga.
GALE RESPONSIBLE FOR LINER'S
MISHAP.
The Amerlka left her Hrtboken plar
tt i n'clo' k. an unusually early hour
ifor a liner nf the flrat lass. Sha had
ilti her cablna four hundred paaatngei a.
ilncludlng the Count and Counttat Can
dido It and at d'Almelda and their
retinue, -tupylng seven aultea: Ray
linond i-'oadlck. former Comtmaaloner of
.Accounts and Mis. Kowdlck.
A full gale waa blowing enty-two
jnulea an hour and tha Amerlka poktd
her way cautiously down the river tnd
Into the channel. In ordinary rlrcum
atances the ' ner. with her il::,'..'2 tona
burden, n-ould haVt cleared tna bottom
even at low tide hy aiout two fttL
Uot owing to the violence of tiia wind
all last night and in. continuation to-
Ida the tide was extremely low almoat
jiihicc feet below normal.
Jiini a eat of Hell Huoy No. 12 tht paa-
aengera. most of whom were kept below
by the driving rale, frit a alight ahoek.
The Ann ilka oosed forward her full
length Into th, mudbtnk and than came
to a auddrn atop.
PASSENGERS, RUSHING TO DECK,
SOON REASSURED.
Thg llrst paiiangtrt to ruah on deck
w ' re met by oflloart wtm rmlllngly e-
ptalttad the situation and aesured them
thut avarythlng wai all right A few
pcondl la'er the wlrel as litatrument
began to htgl out ('apt. Knuth a mea
sage to i n marina auptrlntangaal of
ins line at Hoboknm
"We are from one-half to Uiree-guar-tera
of a foot aground, owing to the ga
cuptluliatl) low tele. It ia not lie, asaary
I i aand lUga 10 our aaalatanee fur we
. tafet hi the shelter of Mtaten laland
and the Brooklyn ahore. Tba hull la not
damaggd and we ahali be able to float
ourltlval with tile high tide at l.ci I. M
"KNUTH."
Sever m tht mauiory "f 'Honagt Rill"
(julglay, IM ion. ii. in b) whom the
Hatter reckon time, ba lha water of
to ar ftllei so Ion l' ie lockt at
the fo t of t n atawail Were in svnred
for 'en or twelve feet, Ihe basin" waa
,ir and the ferryboat Winona, running
tkttween louth ferry and Atlantic ava
il, I,. Brooklyn, wai high tnd dr in her
al p At oilier re os ilie rilgtggag ht-
t a i tin de ! and th" wharfs wan go
g-eat that an e'ra team of horaea was
hiciiel to tin- tails of lOaVltf trucka
o prgvanl them from daw ding too pre-
ipii itoly,
SNOWDRIFT DERAILS TRAIN.
PASSENGErS ARE INJURED
Hui'llliSTCtt. .'.I' I A n.'nibar nf
pai -'iiia aara Injiirad In - train a H'k
H e Uoltlvfi ii-. ruilruad, g no hall
I ul Ifuoaoyu Kalti, t!.u afti-i
T ie train ran Int
rt. railed im nlm
.1 oasifaaTa rafi lh
fix am' atll
., -n , i-.tt itact)
.i to i I'uach and
ii" rnllinK .Inan ..
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ktta i ..: lui .. ' ! '.' i i uallaa 1 1.
'IV.,.. ' v;' "l T'o; v(ini;. I'm,.,
' tt i iti fur r V fii u lniaii mm, aaSai
LINER AHA
FAST ON MUD BANK
IN THE HARBOR
I Mrs. Murdoch, Who Tells Story I
iofEdey ' Wife Swapping ' 7 ragedy !
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TAFT, ROOSEVELT, NOTABLES
DO REID HONOR AT FUNERAL
Brilliant Assemblage Hills the
Great Cathedral During
Stately Ceremonies.
KING IS REPRIiSENTliD.
Impressive Funeral Procession,
With Military Escort, Hol
lows Church Services.
Tha fnnaral aarvlraa ovr rha Rody
of Wh.talaw Held, lata Amlmaainlor U
Otaat Urltaln and pmprli'tor of Hi"
haw York Trlbnna, ara haM Ui-ilay
at M Cathedral of It, John MM Ulvina,
on Mortdnnlda Hcigliia Thfea waa
preaant a iirllHant tiaSlailH of high
officlala ot the Unltad rttatna, hlil
by tha ITaatdant, diplotnatlo offlcara
of naarly evary nation In th world,
haa'leii by Aniliaaau'l ir Hryou of Uri iit
Britain, and Cot. l'Wthar, the ajjaoial
etnoy nf th- King to tlm f linofaj. Tba
OhOtr and nave Wafa brUllMl l""
unlfurtna nf tha dlplowall ami of ofU
eara of the army and navy, aa Wall an
of Urn offloaia of tba Urinh orulnw
Naial. nn which till body 01 tin- A in
naaaad n waa brought tn Una oountri
I A faw of the other prominent DOraoni
at lha aarvt'ia ware Mr ami Mra- W
K. Vanderhlll. Mr. and Mra. J I' Mur-
aan Ji . Itobi-il Haoun, Alton rai'ker.
Jacob II- SOhlff, John llava fctemmonili
Major and Mra KlOCUm, former llOV
and Mra. lux. Krank V MunMlfi Un
Thaodort A. H nghain. Qaorit I' Banal
m, nil, i Mta And rat Carnagtai )oh
k faraonn and ioorai more.
in. . danl Tafl ron Tn i. am
1 Tti'-ainre Ronwvali oc on pi ad atala dl
re.tl'. OPPOOlla ah "thrr. bul if ow
! aaa the nii'i . or 4- In any wa .mare
of ni" proannoOi Miata waa no a.i m an
Ipaaarvai finding l "" Al no ilnta did
I Ihey a.int' u ail b oilier and M b
jaaatnad Inlool oal) nn fdHowInn
' i lean,
; The laa' 'line Hfaaldonl I if ''"'I
i Mi. u ' iva i w lutotbor uii 1
I li. INI, a: lha vnlf Oration of IUi Jubllae
jot I'ardlnnt.Olbbona, Haltli i
I I hough during i,i' part i" in the
I v. era OAl. lift f''t i.'a't. i i. I I i.m
' i: ,e ' ' llooa' . -I'. i I- a Iran i la.
teati nhait tlni l'ratlaiii aa aacoi i
Ul ill' uUl'l ie'iV''l ful iiim Mi I ti
iCuu.,m,aU uu ii-jud l'mht
' Circulation Books Often to
.... ... i
MRS. CLEVELAND TO BE
GUEST AT WHITE HOUSE.
With Prof. F'reston, Her Intended
Hushand, She Will Be hnter
tainoil hy the Tafts.
W AMIIINtiTON. Jan. 4. Mra. Orover
CaOValand, fo? four yrara rtrat lady of
tha linn I, ami her Bgnog. I'rof. T. J.
Proatan, m ba Uii guetM of rraaident
and Mra Taft nt ii Whlla liouaa din
nar In lh air honor on tha nlaht of
Jan. 11.
Tii la Mill ba lha Aral vlalt Mra. Cleva
land has inn. Ie tn tha Unite, iluuaa in
many year.
STREET CAR HORSES "
ORDERED OUT OF USE
Electric Power DeiMirxted in rr-
iinhlv's I'Jict, Which Cancels
PranchiSM on Some Streets.
A l. HAW. lag I Attnrnay-aanaral
Lamiody haa aacurad a OOUrl order re
iinlrnig tin. Drydoeb, Baal llroadinay
and Rat tar ) Railroad fJompanj of New
..ii. tn abandon all horaa ear opgrg
t' in-, on Um line, in New Vnrk City
ami Bunatltute alaotrla oara
Ii iddllion I 10 frati btaai of the
rolllliail) "ii avotal lreeta bavg been
nrdara I i irfalti i Ua auaa nf tba fallura
.f ii imp ."' i" opargtg ara.
CASTRO TO ENTER CITY
MONDAY UNDER A WRIT.
Immigration Officials, Rirained
i ram i leporiing, Musi Produce
Dictator in Court,
mini i intrn, uirauarh iiia aitomav
latro, Lb rough bat it'
I.", Hattlo, nMalnad i
aonca On
a li'
pieiiientai) am from lua I mini Mgtoa
Court ttda nadoi ayblVh Uia Imuilgra
Hun uhViuia atra raftrulnad from ia
porllnu tie former Sfenesualan dlotator
ujitli baa l. . n bruugbl bafort th
n i fui i heai lug Mond
'iiatn main on Klila Itland
nitii oiiti I- ura ' plaud i uaga
agalnal bi lug b ; lad,
'i . . in ., .i . i .... ...i iuai ii ig i
t .... .. i k ii 1 1" i iar man Una.
i i M ,i , l ' aroa aalliu ; lu-duVi jsj t
latin had Im m
,i, i :ii, . ! pariutlon lu ( In tlntl
i,. 1 1. ii,. iii itlao . ,..i ii n ,i aru al
uu ti'VW Uw "' IrAVb lu Sllit
All."
WOMAN REVEALS PLOT
TO TRADE HER THAT
LED TO EDEY TRAGEDY
Mrs. Murdock Swears She and Hus
band Were to Share Proceeds of
$100,000 Suit When "Wife
Swap" Fell Through.
RECONCILIATION "SPOILED"
BARGAIN BANKER MADE
Papers Served Just Before Bell port
Murder and Suicide, but Action
Was "to Be Settled."
i
The whole sordid story of the experiment in mjital r.scliangei
which underlay the murder of Mrs. Henry C bdey by her hiMbtigJ and
his suicide in their home at Heliport, L I., on Thursday, was 10IJ today
by Mrs. Nellie Murdock in the inquest held by Coroner Muure 111 ii
little village hall at Bellport
belt consciously almost jauntily this petite and pretty youn
woman of at Hit twenty-four, toki how Henry C. Bdey had, in cool dv
liberation, arranged that he and Gardner Murdock. her husband
exchange wives. Because bdey "did
-.it .1 L. i-l, . i, .
icii rnpriafni i wai w.i in imxjh
ing to assist her nustvina in onnging a 9100,000 suit for alienation off
affections against the wealthy retired broker. The services of the papers
in that suit had preceded by only a
Ivome of the Edeys.
WIFE HEARD HIM TALK
IN SLEEP OF 'ANGELINA';
HE'S HELD FDR BIGAMY
Hubby Pleads Guilty After
Wife No. 2, on Nocturnal
Clue, Finds No. 1 Deserted.
rran'taro Abarno. a atatlonary anal-
rver. lalka In hla aleap. That aomnam-
hullatlo oonvaraatlonal faculty will prob-
ably put Aoarno behind bara for a term,
for a few nixnte no, whlla ha waa
aleeplna hy hla wife a aide In their home
at Nn. M Tlrnok avenue, the lltonx.
Atiarno nwrmnred "Altellna eeveru!
tlmea ana that aet Mta Abarno on an
Investigation arMak endeii with th bua
band a pleadlnu ttullty to lha eharua of
blcamy In the Jrti riaanla 'ourt t'.-day.
Abarno married lleaale Mart'Ui on Nov.
it. telllna lier hla name wua Honda Af
ter the aleep talking iMkfaM 'he wife
found a letter whleh her hnahand had
written an. i jdilrean'd to Mra. Angelina
Abarno, No. 119' Thlrty-.iuhth atreet,
lirookiyn, and htrh i, , i Inadvertent
ly left in tin liouae. She opened tha let
ter and read It, then ahe went over to
the Brooklyn irtdraM
There I hi fOIUMl a daaar'.d wife, the
I mothar of anven . hUilren. Thai had a
Utt !o heart to b ' 1 'alk and Mra, Boada,
1 or Albarno No :, learnexl that tha ajagj
. e . ille.l li iaband hail mat iVd Anga
llna awltlducaU nn lag . UHi thai the
1 .. i ..i ..i, ,l.l hmii tu. lvi, uaaa. .,n,l ih.
i'OUngOPI e, than i year ohl.
wife No. ; proevrad 'tie flrai mar
riaaa erilfluaie, plnnad thai toharowa,
.,i i:ne.i aftar lha and "Honda" gad
in in ul" on.- in aglatngta HatOjat,
1. 1 i November, ,'n, I went out for a wilk
with hot ii" hand laat matit. Al the. bo.
... .in. Hundred gad alftjrnlnth
itroi i mi Third avanua h.- an v. Dajtao.
in Huddotneyar nrliom aha knew, and
s.i nk. I lha dalactlVI to arreat her
i i-i. m i lha aMMata had In .ourt
iii ,. - ii .ii played tba taru rnarriaga
. eilifl. .ilea
A, .in in. w.i- bold for 'triii ,n Oamral
otJ.wm ui ):,uuu uaU.
PRICE ONE CENT.
not fulfill hb promises" the scheme
u 11 J i
wuy rfn. muiuoca was perfectly will
brief time the double tragedy ta the
Th inqiMat waa aaM an aka aaaaa a.
laaa oflea, arhara Aaala
Attorney Roy Touac tana a a
of cord wood raaa bahlnd tba
tba Oorottor aat;
Tiundrad vfllaaro
that ttey
otbafa foot.
to got a atoraal to
alp for tba raat of tba
warn not dlaappamtad,
Mra. afandoek anpaaiad.
ally rn fura and --t w- a
youai aon and bar par.rrta Ma.
ana mra. Haory Oanrta.
Mundook bad baon axruarbt by
' rvera, but had not bona found.
TOLD HER STORY WITHOUT
FALTERING BEFORE CROWD.
When tha woman who odarad a
In lha atranga quadimngla of matri.
ninniai experimentation took tba atand
oha waa unroovad hy tba ayaa of tba
igoaalpa Sba la trim and HtUa and
wmie i area, m ort of oountrv Wut.
of tha port, a.adacloua typa la bora
away mom BeBport la Octo.
her of laat year." ana anawamd tha drat
qiieatlou of tha Coroner. "I hava aaao
amy tiueband only twloa ainoa than
oiu-e 1 wont to vlalt him when ba wua
with hla brottiera In New Haven; oaoa
to the Terra Murine Inn. wheru ha la
now employed. oa Stateji laland. Our
ralltlaaa on thai ooeaaion were merely
tiniaa of frnoadaV'
Pa you mean toay that now yj,ir
relatlona with your huabaird are friend.
Ijft" waa ajrke.l.
'Well, 1 don't love my hueoan I iny
mor not as 1 uiod to. Wa are Jiut
frionda "
"Do you know that Qanlner .Mur
o.'k alarted a ault for damacea af.ilnrt
Henry C. Kdey noma time recently?"
"Yea, the papora In the auli ware
aarvad on Mr. Hay two waeka ao.''
ttie wltn-aa ana v.. red. When aakod
who repnaented her husband, she aavit
fiat tint rtrtii or I'anfleld, gtonn and
Krederlrka, In Wall atreet. had baa
. n. n. .1 to preaa Ihe ault for htm.
' The ault waa for $tt,000?" Moore
aakadi
"Oh, tin muoh more. It wai for
liag.eog, and alien, it inn of affaotlagji
wua the liuala nf the ault." Mr.. Mur.
doi'k gagatofad demurely.
SAVS EDEY WRECKED HOME
AND SHOULD HAVE PAID.
Were sou living with your tmahanil
wnen ha at nuihi 'he ault"
Vi-i. 1 an with hliu a weak gA
-ttalen Island whan the auit agga
brought.' Mra Mnrdook readied. "Mm
aod 1 ou good
war acaafllaa m
AJJ bad oacaa --
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