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1' TRAINS ON FIRE AFTER CRASH;
PASSENGER BURN D TO DEATH
Pair lo-utHht mul Sumles.
EDITION.
PRICE ONE CENT.
HOTELS BARRICADED
AGAINST STRIKE MOB
ON RIOTOUS PARADE
Waiters Attack Hoffman House and
Sweep Pedestrians from Side
walks During March to Union
Square Mass Meeting.
Hotel manager nn the line of the striking wallers' advance, toward
t'nlon Square and the mua Htittl tbey held there thla afternoon barred
their doom aa the crowds were passing
in front o' the ban-lea Jed ptiuaiu'c.
Thai' hud already caught the nnno"
preliminary rifting trhtOU mar : d
the advance or the u .titers 'ro.n th?1.'
meeting at ltr:im Hall, on Sixth a.c
n.ie, near Fortieth atreet. ;o the Kuiic-e
downtown. An advanoe sua id of boia- .
MUH an. I rlettBtf gVttdrB'Bad ewu'iir'
downtown i o n -the ie on Sixth gaH
fins, hnm.r.R tor IrovMO and creatl.,
It whan thu dirt not find II iend M I
hand.
This. iln;r:f Um fa.:t Ibui Inepecto-i
t.ahay ai d .'flu police ft.ied uadar Cum- '
mlgeloner Waldo's strict orders that i
there eho'.i! i under no olrcutnstaBsoi ha
a repe-tlt on of last nlth''s roil til! USUI
i ound of r'-.tlnp. .
The Inspector was bicl.ed by Com-
aatsBioaar Waldo in gMn strict order.;
to th 500 poll cam sn detailed to tiro
for strllJs duty that no I apatltlOQ of I
laat n. slit's ac ikk ahotild or. nr. f
Nor waa InawMtor l.uh- . resssured aa
In ihf eftocta of tie mciitiK when ..a
lachten rio; itllrk l the progress cf
t tie tirst hand of OCOUtg toward I'nlon
(Jouaie early In the OftOrnoOa. i'he
' "' '' "'"' I
n Mlxth HVir.n". n.' tn at r-Hst,
alio 1 1 after noon, a no. tasking a par-..
n it to march to tii" gQuare, they had
er;u out a 0 !ng squadron u trouale-ms'-trs
In advance Of . te main move
mailt, d in n 10 the Sniiarc.
The tklwnl thing party, compoood of
bstr.een Hfly And BSVSBt) -it c lorelfn
era wild wore red ribbona in tiicir but
t mOOlOg, tr.at'i'hed down tilth avenuu
In "comimny frost" formation, arms
l.nl .ed. Thay attempted to eaetp pe
Cestliani off the sidewslks In front of
the hotels that were passed, and It
f.ont of nearly eery hostelry paused
10 about euraea In half the lunguea of
K jrope.
At Twenty-tlfiii at.-cet and Broadway
they put t le swinging doors of the lioff-
n an Ho ise out of Commission A block
b',ow Ibey wrecked a peddler a p.iu- i
cart and plundered It of Ita fruit, ejti I
Then gaVOfgJ POiiOSntStl of the trnltli' '
squad attempted to hreak -if.
too fast
g.-owing crowd, oranges and apples
I lumped their aldea and they were
unable to atem the torrent of lawle i-
I I ess.
Back to TWSnt) -aiitb atreet and Sixth
a nine the band paraded, and at the
sight of a cook turning "dap-jacks" In
the window of a restaurant, boots an 1
catcalls preceded a show or of oranges
aialnat the window. The glasa with
stood ti.e bombardment, but the coik
lied like King Arthur, leavluk his cakes
to uurn.
Then the scouts of trouble merged
with the crowds of i e main body of
atrikCTe, walking down from Bryant
liall to I'nlun Square.
At the mass mooting In I'nion 8. mare
about a thnuaand striking waiters
closed at) QUI the stand and Hatened Mrs:
i.i Patrick (Jiilnlan in an Intemperate
harangue, wherein he excoriated James
B. Regan, proprietor of the Knick
erbocker, and Police Commisaluner
Waldo. Kliiabeth G. Flynn waa the
speaker who caused the moat enthual
ssm. The most Important gain cialnied by
the Itrlgtri before Che meeting waa
held waa the walk-out of some of the
waiters at the Hotel Vanderb'l'.t. The
union claimed ISO; the management
said il aa "a mere handful."
Hits FlyUU. at union hOOlQIUeftOfgi
decUu-ed Ihtyi during the ttornoou the
iin'.on ciiiployecs in the Hotel HgVOy,
the llllfTllUll I louse and In I ie Klft i
Avanuc rastgura ni bad wn.keii out,
eoanpittaly crippling the dlnlngroom
service of each. bitobOII and pantry
men ha-lng jnlned the wallers.
Sne also Igld tiial only six xailers
Continued on ruth Fog.
i.pirlthl. litis. h
Ce. lThe.ew
an J placed, guarda with nlglibstkke
IS SArTtY MAILED
BYPARCELS POST
en-Pounder in 7 1 -Inch Bundle
Cost 15 Cents to Carry to
Giiuidmother.
BAT A VI A, O. .Ian. Vernon O.
.tie. mall .airier on mrsl route N'o.
..lit of thla i la. e. it. t ie flret man to
CSpl and deliver under par. el post
i.
conditions
live bain. The baby, a
boy welshing; ten and threc-nur.rt.rs
I pounds, lust within the eleven-nound
weipht limit, la the child of Mr. and
Mr. Jesse Hcaulr or nenr (ilen Kate.
The "pHckuire" waa well wrapped and
fSSdy for "mulling" when the carrier
got it to-day. Its meaaurementa
reach ad seventy -one Inrhea, also Just
Within the law. which makes seventy
two inches the limit.
Mr. l.ytle delivered the "parcel"
safely to the addresw on the card at
tached, that of Ita grandmother, Mrs
l.onle Hengle. who lives about a" mile
from lta home.
The postage win fifteen cents and
tiie "parcel" waa Insured for 150.
r1" 1
DOG GUARDS DEAD BOY
FOUND IN WOOD POND.
MISStnc I liroe-i ear-OKI i am
Thorne Hound by Searcher, Face
Down, in Three-Inch Puddle.
OXFOItlJ. K. J . Jan. 2S.-Wlth th.
faithful faniil don standing guard ov i
ids dead body, throe-yaar-old '.vniiam
Thorns, son .of Mr. and Mia lev
Thorne was found early to-day face
down In a pool of rain water Uj th
nouda a mill troni nla home.
A search party, organized t lugtlcc
of the F'euce B, V. Sharps, while aeour
Ing the woods, heard the dog barl.li g
and fuund the animal guarding the
bode of iila little innate'
The chll wua lying on the edge of a
puddle, thre.. Inches deep, with ItU
face prease.1 down In the mud Tnet,
were no marks on the body. He h:d
strai'ed from home Thuraday after
noon w.iile his mother was on an uppvi
floor.
NEW LINER BROKE RECORD.
I I d e l ine Kramer l.rsspt Made i
Past Time VI. ma the Toast.
Arthur W. I've, pat-aenger traffic
manager of the Clyde Line, who sue
with tiie new steamship I.cnape on ner
first trip to Charleston anl Jackson
ville, announced to-day that the vi ssel
had broken the Atlantic coastwise rec
ord and made a difference between
Now York and Charleston of rive and
one-half rtOUIW, BotWOtn New- York
and Savannah the saving or time bv
tin LonaPO It four hours.
Tht ac'ual nine ami thit WAI ma-i
after a fog delny of flvr houi'.- friu
New Vork to Charleston was thin; -.line
hours and 1 lity-elgl,; minutes
from .lock to dock. Ca;it. tCdmunJ.
Kemi.le. cimmodoi ' of tht ('lde l.iua
fleet, is m voaaoaand at tha btnaeo.
" Circulation Books Open to AIL"
The frees rahll.tiies
Verb World!.
NEW
SUBWAY CONFABS !
END; NOW THEY'LL j
Announcement Made That
Agreements Have Been
Reached on All Points.
ARRANGED LAST NIGHT.
Only Thing Now Necessary Is
to Formally Execute Con
tracts With Monopolists.
Tine gulf WO? coirferencea are over. A I
complete agreement between the tract
Uoti cimpnntea and the offlclala repre
a mtng the cuy has been reached. The'e
does not remain a single diaputed polni.
This definite declaration was made to
day by one who has taken part In the
confabs. If true It means that every
thing to cut and dried to lam the sub
way grab through by Fsb. 1.
There la no tiirtbei necessity for
more .inferences, and there will he
none," said the official mention).
"Thore does not now raiMlB a aingle
point that haa not been settled. All
that remains to be done Is the pbyal al
act of counsel of redrafting the con
nects In accordance with the amend
ments agreed upon, and the further
phyalcal act of printing the revlied
documents Just how long that will
take I cannot predict."
'Hie conference at which the final
agreement was reached took place at
the home of Chairman willcos last
nisbt and continued until early to-day,
but a few minor details In regard to
ihe B. H. T were dlspuaed of fin. illy
this afternoon at a luncheon attended
by Chairman Wfllcox, rtoroutfh Presi
dent McAneny and President Williams
of the Brooklyn company.
"There will be no undue haste In ths
matter," asld the Chairman to-day.
"Of that you may be certain. We are
not sttvmptlng to 'jam' anything
through. Certain changes are being
made, and these are important, but are
not Important euuugh to reach down to
the root of the matter. We ars work
ing as rapidly as we can. without undue
delay, because we have worked without
undue delay right along."
LEVEE, 75 CONVICTS
FIGHT TO ESCAPE
Gang Uses Guns gainst
f iuards at Beulah. Miss.
Many Families in Peril.
MKMTMI IS. Tnn . Ian
.. i Beulah, Mlas,, broke
Water poured throuku I
.. Tha eves
early to-.lav.
gaa of '.iii
feet wide. Families In till district il hI
for their Uvea,
When the levae 'nuke aaVOa)t'ftvg
riisle convicts wo.'kinu on it made a
dash for linerty. Several seemed guns
and returned the ttfg of tht gUOfda
who pursue.) them. AfttC a ami rl Rghti
In whi'h (our convict" and tWO gUtrdl
we-Le wounotdi tno priaonert aus n
The flnod situation Is hourly grow
, (rg ,,raa a bo it Heulah. All traffic c.n
' t ne lasoo ami sfiBswppi nirsr is
about to he ahniidnned. I ila will lens
many to t eir fate Jf res. tie bog I a do
not rOAOh tiiem.
Tiie bfOWN In thg IdVOO is at tha s a me
point where the dlgMtfOUl flood of laal
yenr atal'tlni its .imst dtjgtructlt work.
It U fcurel that several hUndlsJ
souaie niilea would he InUlldgttd
cive hundrod dtato convluta ami una
l . unhand nt ner men will be rushed lo
u.e Mood scene, and an gupoal t. r holp
n ill ha made dire t In Proaldtnt Taft.
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I.'.M., ff. j.iii .in I 11,1'i.bi lufjtsu . i
A I.I. 1,1 S s nil. woi'.n TKtVKi,
JAM DEAL THROUGH
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YORK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25,
PINK TEA POKER
PARTY HOSTESS
HELDFOR TRIAL
Miss Alice Merrill, Arrested
After Detectives Had Played,
Gives $500 Bail.
ONE REPORTS WINNING.
Woman Caught in Raid at Ivy
Court at No. 210 West
107th Street.
Maglatrste Corrlgan was an aurprlacd
to-day by the testimony of Detective
Sutter at the hearing of Mlaa Alice
Merrill of No 10 Weat One Hundred
and Seventh atreet on charges of keep
ing a gambling house, that he nearly )
fell from hla chair. Detective Butt i
aald that, after anting In the game for
half an hour, he had quit a winner.
Never having beard a policeman make
aueh an admission, the Magistrate
gasped.
"How much?" he asked
Thirty-five centa, your Honor." aald
Sutter. "Hut," he added hastily, my 1
partner. Detective Armatrong, loat f 10."
Miss Merrill and the man who waa.
described ns her msnnger, Robert s '
Roberta, were held In 1500 ball for an
examination next week. Cash bail waa1
fumlahsd by E. M. Kngleman of No. 1
Madia. in avenue
SEQUEL OF RAID MADE EARLIER
IN WEEK.
The raid of the detectives nn
aaisa ;
Merrill s place waa the sequel of their
raid on the home of Mrs. Uubner In
Weat Ninety-second street earlier In the
week. Mrs. Vaeuei and Mrs. llyer, the
woman whom t iey met In Rector's res .
tail rant at Columbus avenue and Sixty- 1
alxth atreet, had Introduced them by
telephone to Miss Merrill before taking '
them to Mra. tiuhner'a.
The detectives vlaited Mies Merrill and
reported to Inapeotor Dwyer. They asld
It was no place for "pikers," the play
being high at times. They aald two
games went In full blast, one for men
bj the dining room and another for
women In the front parlor. Roberta, the
detectives aald, seemed to be In charge
of ths games. By order of the Inapsctor
they awore out warrant a and, led by
Inspector Dwyer himself, tne detectlvea
and eight men went around to Ivy Court
laat night.
ALL THE PLAYERS IN EVENING
DREES.
The dsteotlves had been poatng as
men from the War., and the negro
butler admitted them. Inside wsrs eight
or nine men and an equal number of
women, all In evening dress.
As soon as ths detectlvea had snte-ed
lbs policemen behind them pushed their
way in. The negro turned a slokly gray
and waa apeechleea. Aibovo the rsttle
of chips a woman's voice Inquired:
"What's the trouble out there, butler?"
"Cl-g-go-good I.swd, Miss Alice," he
finally gaaped, "ae'ae done been
pinched!" ,
When Mlsa Merrill aaw the detectlvea
In the van of the Invaders her Indig
nation and acorn bu st gbmnds.
"i4o thla la the return fur my hoapl
tality," she sneered "lirateful crea
tures, dotooUvoal"
Then tpoke up M.ss Dorothy Jane,
she called herself, of No. at Kaat One
I Hundred and Fifty-thud street. Cud
dling a Fren"h pood!, she aald: "Any-w-ay,
yog can't arres; this little de.i. .
lie hasn't done anything."
Another who called herself Miss Mary
Martin was htaytbrokan. "Why .ltd
' you have to do It Just at this tlmsT"
I she walled "I had hi.d a losing streak
for a month, and nr. luok had jost
turned."
"Vou can't pOstibl) arrest me,"
aled uiie uf tiie mOAi "bocaus- I
have to lake Ultg Jane home, y nj
know.'
The greatest tUrprlgOi however, came
wliei. the dle -t.ves iieian to gather n
I ha e,,.l gambling paraphernal i
Out 0' the e.Mj dtckl of ra.da se aed
agVortl lltChl were -aid to n ".oil "
Out' dock I. a six a.cs and five kl.i.M
'I'nete was a II.OOU maliugany table thai
had to ue bfOktn up to get i into -be
alovator ani down to ihi tut o vaguo
'i'ha ogoltomohl in ttie bouat toon
rr.ii tlti i tt ie'.ered Oil ll. The ,
giswnrd was luij Miss altfrlll to ge.
tome Lag, iddlntf:
tigl it tor my guaatg and Ihflg ii
t dctt"
tonie of UtOSg ill the ti.c'ii ssbl tut
tCouuuueU siu aacuus
IGen. Sickles, Whose Arrest
I Is Ordered, as He Looks To-Dayi
(!'! right by Tower
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DAN SICKLES GOES TO AIL
IF HE DOESN'T PAY $23,476
TO THE STATE BY MONDAY
Order of Arrest Issued by
Court in Albany But Ser
vice Is Delayed.
IT'S HIS LAST CHANCE.
Deposed From Monument
Commission Because He
Helped Himself to Funds.
I'nlPiK (Jen Daniel K. Itokldd or
Ins friend or lii . family rati raise
$113,470 by Monday morning Mid BSVd
thg money In faatltlloM to bo tuitiod
over lo rep iHiuitatlveH of the State
of Ntw York bd will be placcij iimlcr
arregt.
(Jon. Sickles Is charged with mis
appropriating J3.47ti of funda col
le'ted by the Slate Monument Com
mission, of wMoh ba wsi otuUrauui
up to last moiilh. and Atioriiey-titin-e-nil
I'grmody, after waltlnK In vain
lor I lie money, KMUTdd to-day an or
der for tbd arxpst of tin OdSSrsli
Tue ardor wH iMUOd by tht Supreme
Courl in Albany on tha psrsonal appii-
cgtlon of t ie A I lOI ney-iieneral. l'Vank
lin IConUtd) o( IhO Attorney-ilenerars
off.ee tgt glv n tiie order w.tn Inatruc
'I'.ne to '.a!:! elepa looking to Hen
HK'klta'l arr Ml
ARREST DELAYED UNTIL MON
DAY TO GIVE HIM A CHANCE.
Inaemueh a tin. Otnoral la eighty-
t'lhl vur- obi and In poor liealth. It
. I ue. '.la I to lio'd t ie order 'e Hiret
Until Monday m Innt evry possibility
tConuautd nu aotaaA
I
mow.
Circulation Bookn Open to
1913.
12 PAGES
I'inxnivlna Company.)
"SILENT FIFTEEN"
SAIL AWAY, PLEDGED
NOT TO TALK TO MEN
Parly of Girls Off for Tour of
West Indies Have Unique
Ideas of Propriety.
The "fltUnt WftOOn" sailed tor Kings
ton. Jamaica, to-duy on the new sieam
ship I'a.t-.tes of the United Fruit com
pany. Tha "SUent Fifteen'' are headed
bv s BOgtmittSe of four, the Misses Hulti
and Marian BlvtR of Nn. 3"3h fOddWajr,
and the Miases Knima and Marian We!
ler of Brooklyn. They aro taking alonn
their own automobile ami Intend to got
all tif tiie iieare: West Indies
Il waa explained by fi lehda who wen'
to sea them off tha' (ha "Silent Fifteen'
:ake their mine from their com option
Iwhnt the Ml girl OUfM tn he. Drees
I prettily, smile ehtOffulty and never say
it word to a man unless abaolUtOli
I nivuaaarv. Il thtlr motto
Tin y tUtVe agree I. said Miss BtVlO.
I "that a woman tnO does )ot talk t"
mult puts libit at a disadvantage.
ho has dine auMhlug nnpeasa:.
llent'S la more Irritating to him than
s oi img if lie it trying to uo mea
I ant BsOn e h iwt mm out tu tin. ut
most tgigni or hla uligrmi u
liar It Mil. Biaka him talk b igjgvlf UIP
i a cM'oaalun, if a man is balgp nolh
tog nlil show it quicker tha i a rafuaa
to h.cp o it Ills 1.1 irr D) talking.
Tne yo
other ie
nf tkolr
(Alt trip.
;ii a. Mil
hat p: "mi .
i aa. a
lltslde
to talk to a
iwn parly nil
ne
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EXTRA
All."
WILD PANIC IN CRASH
ON THIRD AVENUE T"
AT THIRTY-THIRD ST.
Cars Catch Fire and Add to the Peril
After Crowded Train Bound for
South Ferry Smashes Into
One Bound for City Hall.
SCORE OF WOMEN FAINT
AS THEY ARE RESCUED.
Trucks of Two of the Cars Overhang
the "L" Structure and Police
Stop Traffic on Surface Line.
THE
Qleesoa, of Wo.
Pollcemos J.
street.
THE
IILLOWI,
Wo. 441
East One Kaadrsd
and Thirty-fourth
street, ths gioas.
nuDi, Minn moan. w.
1604
Waabiagtoa avsnns, ths Bros a.
utaou. gutaivax., wo. 1004 w.so-
lagtoB aveaae, ths Broaa.
MUTTX.BWOWTM, UIIIT, Wo. 33
Ocean plaee, Brooklyn.
gTBOaf, rwAMK a Bo. oo ruth
etrset. Brookdyn.
XZKJgBlBBAU, ITA, Bo. 43d East
One Wusdred and Thirty-eighth street,
the Broaa.
TOBOBT, arjgg. .. Bo. uo Weat
First atreet, It Teraoa.
The most disastrous wrt'ck. on ihe "L" system since a train ran off
the structure at Fitty-mird street anJ Ninth avenue nearly ten years ago
occurred on the Third Avenue line, between Thirty-third and Thirty-second
Greets, at i.1S o'clock this afternoon, when a heavil laden south-bound
South ferry train crashed into a crowded City Hall train.
A passenger is known to have been killed, scores were injured anJ
two cars caught fire. ,
At live o'clock thU afternoon he was Identified as Policeman J. M.
dleason of No. Ml But One Hundred and 'lliirty-thiid street. He was
identilied by the number on hK revolver which was found underneath hi
boldy. Motorman Hearms was placed under arrest on his cot in Bellevue
I lotpitlL He is charged with criminal negligence.
No exi'l.inatlon of fne accident has been obtained. In the bright
aftenifxin unlufht Motorman Michael Hearms of the colliding train
crowded on .".is power after leaving the Thirty-fourth street station, gath
ered momentum for his train on a down grade and went smash Into a
train iii plain llfhl ahead of him. It Is believed he applied the brakes
bul they reiu .ed to work. The forward train in the collision had come
to ,i sadden stop.
THIRD A VENVE "L" TIED VP FOR BOURS.
In preparation tor the early afternoon rush from uptown, trains were
running ClOM together southbound at the time of the collision. The wreck
necessitated the shutting off of power so the firemen could work and the
I entire ThW avenue line was tied up
y, iiiw .il rtto truck! of the c.irs
a' '
- railed, the rear end of the last air of
i i the second train were overhanging
allow Third avenue car to pass under the cene of the wreck.
ihe :r..-d ol the collision was heard two blocks away. Almost Im-
meJuiCl) ihe forward end ol the
whiJi the insulation iud been torn
PRICE ONE CENT.
DEAD
341 Bast One Kandrod and Thirty -
INJURED.
KVWX.BB, BJBOXWA,
Bo. 004 Voir.
moat aveaae. Brows,
UUT, BAWXBX., Bo. 100
aveaue, Broaa. oats oa kaad and logo
bAWWBWBBB, TMOXAg, Bo. tilt
Arthur aveaae, Bronx.
BJOAWB. BnOKASXi, Bo. OtW Boot
Oma aadrod and fortieth street, aw
toraaaa of aeooad grata, oats SB hssyd
and lags , coaautloa oortoaa.
UTXBS, AMVBI., Ofteea years old.
Bo. 000 Boat Blaty -sloth street, prsb
abla tateraal lajurlea.
X.TWOB, MMB. HAST, Bo. Beg WBsVh-
iBgtoa aveaae, soaTerlag fr
for the rest of the afternoon.
of the trnins in lru rollicinn ure .i.
wwss
rhe first train and the forward car of
the structure and the police refused to
first car caught tire, the wires from
igniting the woodwork. The

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