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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1913.
coiiinuinicatcd with ilir last car t the tirM iiiiin. Inn erf chicked thfre.
Thi iti st carol tlie syukI train n-;i almost n inpletely detr.uel.
PASSENGER KILLED IN BVRNINU ( AH.
It was in this car that thi ri.cemaii ra MM. Okaion WIS in the
MtMM scat :i the rffhl uio (A Iht CM, When the Iremen ",t lo l'is
NkI), alter crtintruLshinK the (UlTMS, it had Iven Lmrned btyond rtv-'K-nitim.
Ttv ii-lerior at the CM Wt$ I m.i ot vueckae, and Depuh Hire
(.hiet Mart i -1 M he WtXlkJ not he ur prise J it IMOflltT body r more
KMic weTf found in the ruin.
The man whn lout hi ltfr e p. lined In MtfJtefl t.he sent when Hip
chock i in Hi wax liadly ffSSsM .r IM Hmr nnd ptoMeMj loat con
eriousneae, M ihe flr.-inpn are rrrialri Hint he turned lo death Hearm,
the motormin. aa painfully injured. HpcIiik thai t he tolilslon ee In.-vlt
able, ho Jumped from hi little Ml In the forward end of the tar a NWM
before the .rash He wan In the nlale Alien the tralna cam.' lRetlier, nn i
waa thrown through the shattered front door Into n maun of aiillntemd
PASSENGERS HELPED OUT BY FIREMEN.
AM the windows In the rear ram of the forward train and the forward
eara of the Brit train were hrnken by the force of the olliton Hut even
wttta thlf atrenne of earape open many pare-engr-re were o crowded hy
re kaae that tbay were unable to . limb out until aaalnted by firemen and
Hut for the prompt reapoiiHc of
baa larger. A fmricemati who aaw the colllalon turned in an alarm
within a minute The flrttmen, rpgarvllaaa of the current, lllnbnd ladder
to the "t." atritrture and pulled hSajftSal people through the broken wln
dowa. It la ! i mated that aa many aa twenty women fainted an they wore
eaalated from the cra. Tey were tarried along the ilea either to the
twenty-eighth atreet elation or the Thirty-fourth atreet elation
Vlra. Mary Lamer of No. IX.1t WaahlneUon avenue, tbo Bronx, waa
a panaenger In the flrat ear of the rear train, flhe aayn that the oolllalon
threw her from her aeat ami plied wreokime on top of hr. She waa unai le
to help heraelf and called to a man who waa running through the alale.
He atopped and pulled her out The forward part of the ear waa then Inj
Mra. Lauror'a reacuer lowered her to men elandlng on the roadway (
bealde the track and re-entered the ear Aa he disappeared there were
aeveral exploalone and tbla man, It la aald, wna not aeen again.
The nature of aeveral explosion which o-curred within five mlnutea
after the eolllalon la a myatcry. Three dltturbance practically tore the
Brat car apart.
The loaa of life would have been heavier but for the fact that there
were few paaaengera In the rear car of the flrat train, and all of theae wev
In the forward part of the oar. Thla car wa- teleacoped for a quarter of He
length. The tlrat ear of the rear train buckled up In the middle.
Frank llcdley. Ilenrral Manaaer of the Intarbiirouaii Itapld Tranalt Com
paay. arrived on th ecen with other oflVclala aonn after the aertdenl. They
jiag daahed up In an auto from down town. After viewing the arene and Inter
iewtog aeveral wltnaeeee Mr. Medley -ou1d not furntah any explanation of th
"It la the moat Inspl1r1il and extraordinary gfUfe that t have ever beard
of," ha aald to an Kvenlnar World reporter. "Apparently the train ahead waa pn
reertin- alowly when the rear one smashed Into It. At thla time I am absuluteny
unable to conceive how thla could have happened
"I have tried to talk with the rnuturman, but It la Wnpoeelble. aa he cannot
(elk coherently. He eeerna to he a raving maniac 1 cannot make any exptana
t.o now. but hope to shortly."
IMMIGRATION BILL WITH
"LITERACY TEST" PASSED.
House Adopts Conference Report
Requiring That Aliens know
How to Read.
WAaVIIMOTOX, Jan. 36 -Hy a vote of
M to Tt the Houae late to-day adopted
a conference report on tha lllllniham
Burnett Immigration bill rrtaliitna Q
the meaaiKe the "literacy teat" to whlub
vlgoroua objection waa made during the
heated debate that marked conalileratlon
of the bill. The conference repent, aa
adopted, doee not include the "character
rertUlcwtc" plan to which Senator l.a
Iyllette !at week waged etrenuou op
imeltlon In the Henate on the ground
that It waa a "Joker" which would pr
nit Ruaala to prevent entry here of
The "character taot" waa eliminated
by the oonfereee. According to the bill
aa owned by the Houae no alien who
cannot read at Icaat one language caa
be admitted to tha United Statee. The
rt will probably be approved by the
LAWYER PATRICK'S WIFE SICK
galee la at. lesaU Hooaltal mm
Mar Have 1 Healer Kalfe.
f0t. IX11TB. MO.. jn. M.-The pree
enee of Mre. Albert T. Patrick, wife of
the New York lawyer, wlio waa par
doaed fro glng 8lng prlaon. ahortly tie-
fore Chtialmaa. In hi Ixul, waa re- I Ped if bin late recta In the Johne
vetled thi. afternoon, when It ... j Manvllle Company for about 1100.000 ;
learned that she hai. been
at tha llaaeonnaa n,,.n't.i h mim tZ. 1
which may naceealtate an uperatlun waa
aald to be the cmee of her lllnrai.
Metnbera of the family admLied thla
afternoon they had tried to keep her
lllneaa a aecrei.
WHAT THEY THINK OF THEM.
WASHINOTOX. Jan ai.-A ripple of
aacltement waa creatcu at tha Cenareaa
tariff hearing to-dav when V H ui.i
1 " "" lea-
dee of Buffalo, N. Y. teatirylna on re
teinlng the duty M Max tow. aaja Ike
farmera In the nz aectlon or the Ia- ;
kutam Minn..,.,. i.. ...1 . K
hau told him thi
committee waa 'the 'tamned eg ael of
fellewa you ever aaw " He aald they
warned him that the committee "would
not llaten to you:" that "they gave you
Ave or ten mlnutea and ahtil you out:"
that "tbay want to ruin Ma whole
world," and that Mr. Payne, the It
publican ranking member, "la I
Repr.eentatlve Payne did net hear the
remark, but when It waa repeated tu
htm ha roared with laughter.
ine weat aioe naa planned to turn nut I
en maaae to the annua! entertainment
end reception of the John Y. Curry Aa-!
eochUlon, which will he held g n,ei
Opera Houae. No. m We J
Forty -fourth atreet. Motiday night The I
popular Docratlu leader and Deputy I
c wnmlni ner of Keoorda haa for yean i
peat been the boat of a great iw.ttrt of !
follower, end from Indication thla
rear th annual featlval f th. fu.
- : -
promiaea to o tne nig thing of :h
INCOM1NO I KAM-SHII-.-
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aVfeadUD. "atm- Caw. Kotteatea
fSawTanail Nlasait. Ham.
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the Areimeii the death Hat might have
STEAMER BOTTOM UP
IS OCEAN MYSTERY.
Name of the Wrecked Vessel and
Fate of Her Crew Not Known
Hull 2So in Length.
WAMHINOTON. Jen. .-A ateamer
SW feet In length waa found In mid
ocean ic-day. bottom up. according to
wlreleea meaeagea received at the Rev
enue Cutter Hervlce from the lirltlah
ateamer Tenneaon. The Tonneaon aald
the derelict waa at latitude S degreea
M mlnutea north and longitude (6 de
greea and U mlnutea weat. The late
Of the crew la unknown.
An effort will lie made hy the Revenue
Cutter Service to eataMlah the Identity
of the aunken ahlp and of the fate of
ALIMONY FOR MRS. JOHNS.
he Deelaree Heabaag Kaeakog Her
Domeafayire mm 4 aeeke geayaeatlaa.
An order of Juatlre Morachauaer waa
tiled to-day at Mount Vernon allowing
Mra. Catharine 8. Johna alimony of ,
I luu n month and oouneel feee of 1260
ponding the outcome of bar ault for ,
aeparatlon agalnet her huaband, Henry
Ward Jonea of Ardaley.
Mre. Johna made chargea of cruelty I
agalnet her huaband, aaylag that he
frequently attacked bar end knocked
her dnwnatalra. and that aha bag to!
leap through a window to eacape him. I
Hhe aekeil for large alimony, aaylna
her huaband waa wealthy, having die- !
' i ne '-nan nil nwn uri oown Tor trial
on Mun'liiy before Juatlce Keogh, but
"n "n'iny nrore Juatlce Keogh. but
aula lul. inc.. lo tllee Ball.
Tibe Malax CUib. Inc . well hoM He
urajiil anmial reo-ptl jn end ball" nt
Htuyvani iaelno. Seoond avenue ami
Ki.Thrh atreat. itoniorrow nlwht.
KIRin hack T eea tear oida and up n lu
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HHi ''ure. H2. "M Ti'k, loB Hua'in.'
ft(gjf& Vmr. .
tulle .mi one rkkUi 'Mlrietaaa UA- Oellea
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sMl Uin ai -t li.lf furluu. Iaiui. Ii 110
Mr. Mi. ftoi Hp III 110 loon IfOl
It P. i . r . i .. i u. f.. AJ.aai. Il.n.ou Valr
! a) 'rom- Harhar. laaa no no
I'aojiaehain. 110. Huparl, 110. llUn f uXr
Mn.it Mann, llo- J'lda llufiT till !
Y. anan ntn . r. I Wair eutn
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'HmiJH Jr". aar, u: liouola lot
lafr J&f",l.J,M,'f.- "!,: u' ar.-Uauol
IOJ: BekaUT. Ill; M.li.,1, atrett is
Iseaaatli. all. a.. ra . 11
SUED FOR $50,000
AS LOVE "LORELEI"
Rich M.iiuifactuivr's W ile Al
leges Wheat (Jake Server i
Lured Away Her Huhby.
HK (jAVK HKR JEWELS,
Mrs. Kalhhun. Seeking Dam- i
ages, (iives Details of Res
Juat hOW Mr, i r J Rathb in tg
p-rta Mra IgMM MgOtM to cile luil.'wO
locc'h. r In the event lha't the ftrmr
lady prevalla In the ault for the aliena
tion of th nffei-tlona of John K. Itath-
biin MM nut tie aacertalnetl thle morn- 1
tng, attltCf frirni the lady b.i eelf or from 1
her atlorney. rram I Colety of No. 110
Broadway. Retera, grateful for apeedy
eervlce of a "plate o' wheaaa." may
leav. gratultotia nli kel hehlnd them
with aurprlalng freiienc y, but It I nol ,
yet on reenrd that n waltreea In Child'
ever hail ITiU.ouu lying around loone to
pure Mr Mct'ue' aula oatenelble
tneana nf MptteM la bt whlte-aproned
Job In Mr. Child' food dlipenenry at
nfth avenue and Twenty-alath treet.
Mra. Kathbua makce her city borne
at the Hotel Boeeert In Brooklyn. She
la at preaent at Palm Beach, Kia . but
upon the completion of bar beautiful
new country place at Uaybcad, N. J ,
ahe will move there.
Mr. Itathbun la a member of th
Arm of Cornell a Ward, paper manu
facturera. at No. M0 rranklln atreet.
and expect in e abort time to recolve
a large fortune from tha eetate of hla
uncle, the late Aaa Packer, whoee finan
cial domlnatKa of tbe Lehigh Valley
Railroad enabled him to found l.ehlch
ASKS 100 WEEK ALIMONY, BUT
SHE GETS ONLY $25.
In her action agalnat Mr. McCue,
Mra. Hathbun aaaarta the waltreea ron
aplred through her youth and charm
to lure the heart of the elderly Hath
bun from hla rightful apouae. Th'.. ault
la th Immediate eequel to another, be
gun a few daya ago. In which Mra.
Itathbun eeeka a aeparatlon and alleges
Mr. Hathbun abandoned her and failed
to provide for the Juat needa of hereelf
and her three daugbtera. flhe aaked
alimony at the rate of 1100 a week
pending the trial of her action.
Mr. Itathbun oppoaed thla plan atrenu
oualy on the ground that Mra. Itathbun
baa a fortune of her own, and the
Court, taking cognisance of thla fact,
made the alimony tX a week, with a
oounael fee of M0. At about the eame
time Mr. Itathbun filed an anawer to
hla wlfe'a action, denying her charge,
and Mr. McCue, who la repreeented by
Ward V. Tolbert of No. 46 Cedar atreet.
likewise ewore ehr w- not a Waltreaa
Lorel.l. aa Mr. Hathbun had charged.
After reading the denlala of her hua
band and the waltreae, Mra. Itathbun
decided to make aaimrnnce douHly sure,
ao In a aerlea of affidavit Which ahe
filed ahe made her charge against the
two more epechle.
CAVE HER DIAMONDS AND RICH
RAIMENT, WICK CHAROES.
Mra. Itathbun, In her amplified state
menu, accused Mr. Hathbun of occu
pying a houae with Mr. McCue "a
married women, who I aeparated from
her huaband" end Mra. McCue'a little
daughter, flrat at No. M Eaet Twentj -flrat
atreet. Brooklyn, and later at No.
6M Park place, that borough. When
Mre. Rathhun'e alater called upon him
et tbe latter addrea. the wife atatea.
Rathpun look Mr. MoCue In hla arma,
kissing her ardently and murmuring
paealonately that nothing could ever
tear him from her aide. Hla devotion
to the waltreaa waa revealed, the affi
davit goea on. In the purchase of more
than 11.000 worth of diamond, aplendu
raiment an.t bird of paradlae plume
for her lit the later montha of ltll.
In September of loet year Mra. Itath
bun eaye, Mr. ItattUmn hut a change
of heart. He addreaed letter to her
begerlng te be relnatated In her affec
tum. Tor the cake of ihetr children,
he awore, ahe forgave und condoned
hi offenaea. But no comer did aho
weaoomt, him back, ahe declares, than
he Informed her he needed I10O to ap
peaae Mr. McCue. Ready to buy peace
at any cost. Mre. Rathbun aay. ehe
gave her buaband her own check drawn
to Mrs. McCue'a order, and th check
ultimately came back from the bank
with Mra. Mc-Cue'e Indoraement.
Aa coon a Hathbun learned of hla In
heritance, Mra. Hathbun allege, he
again deaerted her for Mre. Moi'ue. He
now refuaee to return home on any
term, she ay, and ahe I further
more Informed he hoc made a will In
which he mukea no mention of bla wife
or faanlly. hut leaves all hla propvrt
to Mra. MtfTgl
The ItiitMiune were married In IHi
Mrs. Itathbun'a family I an old estab
lished one In Albany, while Mr. Rfh
bun'e kin are among the "tlrat aettleoa"
of Myatlc, Conn. They hav thrae
SUM UP IN DAMRON TRIAL.
Brooklye Hank Prestdrat'a I aa
Heady for the Jarr.
Dtetrlel-Attorney Cropeey and Attor-
ney John J. Curtln began autnounK up
to-dy In the trial of Wlllltm A Uum-
ran, president nf the Home Hank, be-
fore Juatlce Crane In tlM fehipreliir
Court, Urooklyn. and II Is rsjxcte.l the
coe IH go to the jury thla afternoon.
The defenee of Uaturon. who la
i iiai.l or the larenv of t!,M), raaleil
largely on I lie lealliiiony of (tinier ill- ,
reriota ami ofnclal of the batik. Mi
OUT tig endeavored to show that the
defendant hail the onK Intereut In the
account of "Hamron I'realdent." and
that when he draw money from It for
hi peiaonal ue h waa nil defrauding
the bank. Hi Tag, it waa held, bad
kept In thla aocount the fee which he
received aa attorney for the bank, from
which he received no aalary a prel
deni th drat two year he waa In
Aik for Red Ire Cauh Drope.
eal enure!, a aael ea fea. edit.
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Something New Under the Sun! I
t Showgirl Frightened in Court!
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PINK TEA POKER
(Continued from Flrat Page.)
were laaac Davie, No. 11.1 East One,
Hundred and Fourteenth atreet; Mlaa
Mary Martin, No. 710 V est One Hun
dred and Twenty-alath atreet: Jaoob
s:: hi. No. 1st West One Hundred and
Tweniy-elxth atreet; loaeph lavia. No.
Ml Weat One Hundred and Third atreot;
Frank Menn, No. Tit West Knd avenue;
M. L, Thomas. No. M2 Weat l'lfty
elghth atreet; Victor Knden, No. ft
Weat Himy-fourrh atreet, and Robert 8.
"DISTINGUISHED LAWYER" IN
One man In the room, whoa name
was not given out hy the police, I suld
to be a dlatlneulshcd New York lawyer,
who generally la called " "olonel." He
la tall with white hair and apparently
was ths coolest one of Mies Merrill's
"It's a crying ahame," Mlsa Merrill '
aald, aa aba was being aaalated into the
patrol wagon. "I waa entertaining
gueat at curda and here I have been i
aubjecled tu this humiliation."
Ail the others were rekaeed, Including
Victor ICndon, who was mentioned hy
Mrs. Ilubner ut her preliminary hearing
a a gambler and a having through
aplte caused the raid on her home.
MRS. GVBNER HELD
AS COMMON GAMBLER.
There was a "kitty" In th hmia. h"
evidence lAOWOd, so Magistrate Corrlgnn
IB the Weat dido Court held Mr. Bell
Ouhner, who ens arrested mi a char-:-of
being a coinmo-i gambler when de- I
tecttvea posing as "rah. rnh' boya rel
beV apartment In Weat Ninety-second I
Mrs. tjubn. tail varlefaled fath.-a '
waved and her furs rlpple.l with IntlU-'
nation, hut ahe had tu furnish Sl.OOu ball '
for the tli-and Jury. Then oamg lleuryi
Brilliant, uccusatl of "raking tbe kitty"
In Mra. Oubnrr' ttamc.
Col Jacob L Mincer, aho deal In dla- '
moods and otber luxuries, u well gg IB
many popular nanailHtai at a dollar j
down and a dollar a week for life, was
wltne for Mr. BHltlMt Mr. MloOer I
had pluyed In Mrs. ilubtiur a game, yea 1
But "raking the kitty" wan iiothlnc :
Mr Mincer gladly would have acted gg
"kitty raker" If any one had ever askc-J
mm to, rur Mr. Mincer 1 an gOOORtmO'
da.Hn,: gcutlemun and has g long reach.
But nobody ever aaked him to.
"Did you win'.'" the lawyer aaked Mr.
"dometlmea I loet, ' he responded, con
OdeiKiy adding, "but I alwuya get ihe
Aa tu Mr. Brllilajila credit, 1'. waa
good, so others testltled. lie sells Jew
elry "everything" on instiilnients, and
said Mrs Uubncr und several of the
women who plaed at her Tuesday and
l-'riday pokei partiea were hla cua
lomers. Mra. iiuUner aald the "kitty" uf ten
cent from every put uaually ran to
i: or tla and wae uacd for food and
rufrealimenlj and lOniatlBiei tuxl u.b
ride f.n the piajci. Mrs. 1'llgabuth
BlMkBtBBi wtduw u No. M Weat
one llumlrcd und i:!htii street ahd
Hlackmvn. a w dow, uf No. West
One Hundred and iiurtb street told ul
the soon charat ter of Ihc games. Hut
in the end Mr. Brilliant alau was held
I hold both d alCDjd gg tg for the Orand
Jury'." said Mag'atrale Corilgan. "Aalde
from that I believe It la a very bad thing
for any one to run auoh a place aa tb'.s,
where a let of silly women can go waata
their time and loae their money "
lit fc TH OAV
kt l. ireot Bureaaus. Haiti. Alaraelll.
Me.ba. luil.iii Lit i.i. i. ii i.
THORPE IN PECK
OF TROUBLE OVER
If Proven Indian Athlete Will
Be Forced to Return
Juniea Thorpe, w-nrltl'a R-re.tteet ath
lete, failed to appear before tbe A mate 'r
Athletic I'm; ui to-day to anvwer chararca
that h hid played professional basoball
In the Caroline I.i a gun before entering
Carlisle. The ceklirated Indian was
scheduled to patllcipate In the Kordha.n
r.atne to-nlght. but at the iat minute
revoked his entry Instead, he will tak
purl in the I'nathne met next Wednes
day night In this city. Hi fore he Is I
Ittwed tu compi-V Ihg A. A. 1. oftlcldl
wtll subject the noted athlete to a rigid
examination as to hln niocrnetils in the
aeeson uf lle'J-10. If It Is proven that
the premier performer la the world had
besmirched hla amateur standing Ihe
trophla wun at tbe Olympic guinea In
Stui kholm last July will be Mtippcl
from him and returned to Sweden wlrh
a letter of apology.
The charge of C Bar! CI A. dency, man- ,
aRer of the WlBgtOB cMlaBl team in the
CarOllBB League, that Thorpe had
played ball tur a conaidcratloti !n hla '
league before entering Carllale resulted '
.n tbe Athletic I t. ion taking prompt ac-
Hon to examine the Indlan'a record. Al- :
ready th A. A. I', ofh lala brought to
:ISht t"-iiy tbe Kturtling discovery that
t Tboipe h-ad pHyed In the Caroline
I.i ague during th- summeri of 110 and
I9U9. The Identity of thi Thorpe la not
known to tbe A. A. V., but James K
Salllvah, Secretary of the union, de
clared that tb Inveatigutore had BjOQC
down tu CarollBB fur fur'.her data and
would nnno.itice their flndlns !n aev
"Of lourae." nld Mr. S tlllvan. who
grBg pcrffeptrbty depraaaad over the sud-
ii ii turn of affairs, "Thorpe before gain
ing his present high standing wae apt to
..iin-.it i- for B consideration. Many
youngsters, thinking thuy never will be
found uut, nui rept'.clouxly play summer
Dage hall. The mere fact that Thorpe 1
a record breaker won't save bint If
found guilty. Thorpe will be In the city
neM week and the Athletic Union will
milimlt him to a senrchlng Inquiry. W
hatfa BlWBJfi demanded oloBB sportaman
ahlp from our members nnd If Thorp
bag commit ted this folly, as charged,
i, will be summarily dismissed, aa well!
aa having all hi medals taken from him.
"Any OBa cnterint: oi.e of our son --
Honed gatTiei oerlines to hi amateur
slunding, u:id It Ik InpOgglBM for us to
italic B pi reonal InvettUatlon of eurh
entrant. Hut It Neutl ahsurtl tu me ,
that Throoa'a ixll " I profHoaallsm
eOUld have remained secret foe ao
long B time when tan Carol. ne League'
is a reOOgnllCd minor organisation, and
probably thouaanda ol apectatora could !
have icen the Indian pUy. HI I lUeh I
a striking personality that there i-oulcl
be no such mlstaki) as bis plBJflnl
anilcr an aas'imed name."
MRS. T. F. HASTINGS DIES.
Wife of Neevapaper lim Sueraailn
ui liir uf lriil)-rven.
The funeral of Mrs. Ante M Haat-i
In te will be neld to-morrow afternoon
al - o cioog iruin ner i.'e n iiaencei ru.
I tiTo Park avenue, 'he Bronx. Hn
lU.l;nga. "bo wua uic ..lie ol Thomas
v HaatUiga uf the Clt) Circulation Pa.
purtnieni Of The world, w twenty-1
gt in yaarg old, Hhe legvei two ohl. I
dren, Mliti, three year old, and Anna,
twcnl y .iiuntiis old.
I Interment will tie In Calvary Came-1
tery Mr Haattngs'a ussuclates In The I
'World llrcalatiun l'epartmeni met lust
night and passed appropriate resolutions '
i of s nipul by
I'll. I'M ii n r n N ,i Til 14 DAVB.
Tuur dtnajie anil rail, ki at aaw If rag( HINT
ELLIS ISLAND TO
STUDY IIS NEEDS
Pays Immigrants Unexpected
Visit With His Wife and
SCORNS AUTO, TAKES 'L'
Commissioner Williams. Host
at Luncheon, Asks for
Pracldent -elect Wilson, accompanied
by Mr. Wlleon. two of this daughters.
Kleanor and Jaaale, ami a company of
friends Interectcd In the Improvement
mi the arrangement for caring for Im
migrant arlving In Xaw York, paid
an unexpected visit to Kills Island to
day. ITnder the guidance of Commis
sioner of Immigration Williams and
Peputv Commissioner Byron II. t.'hl,
the visitors made a tour of the Island.
Mr. Wllllame not failing to point out
the need for additional buildings and
more facilities In general. After
luncheon In the Commlsetonei 'a private
office the party returned to Manhattan.
The tour of Kills Island waa arranged
by Mra. Archibald Alexander or the Ho
hoken Htevenses, who spends much of
her time and a great deal of her money
In looking after the Intereste of Immi
grants. It waa she who uggeated tu
the I'realdent -elect that it would be well
to visit the receiving atatlon for alien,
now, ao that be might be Informed a to
lis needs and working oefore being
called upon to oenArm or reject legis
lation. MIS ANNE MORGAN A MEMBER
OF VISITING PARTY.
Beeldee Mrs. Ktev-ne and OoV, Wilson
and his family there were ,n Ihe party
Senator Colby and Mra. Colby of New
Jersey, Otto Wltnpen, Mayor ot Jersey
City; Mrs. J. Borden Harriman. Mlaa
Anne Morgan, Mre. Wlllard Straight
and Mr. and Mrs. Doualaa Robinson.
Tha ladles rode to the Battery In auto
mobiles, but Gov. Wilson and the otber
men went down on the "L" and walked
a, rose from the terminal lo Hm landing
of the Immigration Department tug Im
migrant. Cotmnlaaloner WUHama met the party
at the Kills Island dock and eacorted
Ihcm to the administration building.
Then the island wee thoroughly In-
pe ted. There were L70O Immigrant
In the bulldlnge. all from Mediterranean
port. Gov. Wilson waa deeply inter
ested In the explanation of the vartau
tests, physical and menlul. to which
tbe newcomers were submitted.
The President-elect ctood on a balcony
overlooking the buay place below, where
the lmmlgranta were waiting lu he ex
amined. Three ships had arrived early
in ihe morning the Cincinnati of tne
Hamburg line, the St. Anna of the
Havre line, and the Ma Jest, c of the
White Star line.
kv. Wllaon took Hie keenest Inter
est In the various safeguards used by
the Government to prevent the admis
sion of physically or morally unfit Im
migrants. He spent some time listen
ing to tbe proceeding before the Board
of Appeals, to which body immigrants
are permitted to appeal from the rill
lnga of the Hoard o. Iuqulr.
CASTRO SENDS HIS VALET WITH
MESSAGE FOR WILSON.
seven cacao were decided while Gov.
Wllaon waa present lo the room of thr
Board. Among them waa the caaa of
pbalg Kadonsky, a former resident if
this city, who tried to 'aeck aa an
!tr migrant under an assumed name after
a Villi to Itussui. ft wa, declared that
KaduVisVy had breti engage I In th;
white j.ave. traffic while be lived here
and tbe Board decided to turn htm over
to the proper authorities for criminal
orusocutlon and order Ma deportation
at the expiration uf bis prison term or
ut the conclusion of his trial should he
he not convicted
As aoon aa Ci.stro. the deposed
President of Vi-nez .ela, who 1 on the
Island under sentence of depo-ruilc-i.
heard thai the Presldent-aWt was 1n
his vicinity, be )egan to plan a meet
ing. After waiting in vain far the
Itlng party to call at hla quarter, he
tent Ills vulet with a message to Gov.
Wilson asking for an audience.
CaeTtra did not Htu ceed In hi dealgn.
Apparently person roncctnd with the
imiulgiatlon Bureau prevented the
Venezuelan' valet from communicat
ing wliu Gov. Wllaon.
The I'r, sldcnl-eleot and hi party left
after luncheon on the Immigrant, which
BteejRjcd up tint laTt Ttlver to the N'avy
Yard, where brief atop wa made.
Then tbe Immigrant took Its paenfft-ra
to the rOOTeatlOn pier at Ihe foot of
lias' Twimty-fouinb street, ahe au
tomobiles werx In waiting tu Iran
them to Cattle Point. Iluiiuke
home of Mi." Alexander A he waa
leaving Lilts Island Gov Wilson was
Baited w.,at he thOUejhl Of the gate
way uf Ihe Immigrant, lie replied:
"I came her foi information, not for
"Have you decided trial any OBangCI
or enlargement ute retruirod?"
"I'm not th' tiutTk on the trigger
wna Ihe reply
WHITE HOUSE RECEPTION
NEW INAUGURAL PLAN
Washington Talks Now of WUion
Meeting, Public it Mammoth Af
fair on Night of March 4.
WASHINGTON, .fan. Si --Abandonment
of the inaugural ba l and the de
cision not to permit use of the Capitol
for a public reception has started talk
of a mammcth public reception at the
While Houae on tbe evening of Maeok a.
OR 60 TO JAIL
tContlnueil from Klrat i
of in bemg locked lip ovai Sunday
would b avoided. Mr. Knnedy will
turn over th order to Deputy Attorney
'lerieral Mcguald at No. 2 Broadway
and Mr. Mcguald will lmmeillatly
ttanfr It tu Sheriff Harburger for
The Atlorney-denei.il and other Mtete
iilflcera have decided that sympathy ha
. eased tu be a vliiu In len. Sickles'
case. It haa he. n shown that during
'he year he was Chairman of the State
Monument Cotumlaalon he helped him
self tu th ataada aa though they vara
Id own. The confidence of bl neao
clates In his Integrity waa so great
that he had BO dlftVuIfy In taking
what ha wanted. When ids shortage
waa discovered toward the end of last
year, as the General' nnanclal tniu
hlea were piling up, II amounted to ovoi
I J 11.000.
The Oene.ala wife, from whom ae
had ben enetranged rot hirty year,
and bia son Mtantun set about to mak"
good the shortage. : Stanton Sickle
went to Alhany, saw Mr. Cnrmody, and
paid about $8,000 on 'account of the
debt, ctatlng that the balance wutihl be
In tiie State Trenaury before Jan. 10.
Attorney-General Cnrmody was told
that Mrs. Sickles would raise the re
quired funda by selling properly the
owns In Madrid, Spain. When Jan. H
arrived the balance of the debt was-u!T
satisfied. On Jan. ii Mr. Carmody re
ceived a letter from Mrs. Uloklta cak
ing for mora time.
In tbe mean time he bad made In
quiries which established that Oen.
Blcklea'a affairs are In an extremely
Involved etate. that mortgages on his
home In lower Fifth avenue are about
lo ibe foreclosed and that whether the
resources of Mr, dickies are uMcl-nt
to make (ood ths deficit to the Ptru. .
not the prospect that she will du . a
problematical, lie decided to take ac
tion. The proceeding faxtUuttd to-day by
Attorney-Ueneral Carmody before Jua
tlce Kudd In Albany are of a stuaal
criminal character. For that reason an
order of arrnat Instead of a warrant was
procured. It la the . purpura of tbe
Attorney-General to glee the General's
friends and family every opportunity tu
cava him from the dlagrace of imprison
ment. Mrs. Sickles, only four months ago,
satisfied a Judgment of ts.066 which bad
been Obtained agdtaat her huaband by
the Lincoln Truet Company. She ul
ready holda a aecond mortgage of W0. coo
on his home. The Bowery Mayings Bank
holda a flrat mortgage of $lloou, on
which 12,656 lnterett ha been overdue
alnce Aug. 1- The Dark' tax en -Iti
property amount to UUMO. and teta dryu
ago a judgment wa nttrrd again'
Gen. Sl. kles for ti.taV) on notes given to
Augtiat Heckaber for money loaned.
OOME3TIG TROUBLES OF THF.
GENERAL WIDELY PUBL ISKED,
The domestic troubles ot Gen. Sickles
have been filling the newspapers for
months Stanton Sickles, his son, who
I now partially reconciled to his father,
made scandalous nccusatlou against the
aged veteran. He charged that h!
father for sixteen years supported a
woman who le now the Wife of a eery
prominent New Yorker. Thla artnuMi
tion was made eiibeo,uet!t tu a vhorgf
made by the General against hi wife.
The present M.rs. Sickles I the eevond
wife of the General. Hi first wife wis
Thereae Baglloll. daughter of an ftailun
music, maeter. They were married In
thin Jtv in IBM In i.V.i'. then a member
of CoiiRTeea, Geti Sickles discovered I
Uasou between hi wife end 1'hillp Bar
ton Key, Halted cHatee Uietrlot Attor
ney in tha DtaTtriot of Columbia and n
eon of Franote Hco'.t iKey, author of
"The Star Spangled Banner."
lie followed Key on the atreet in
Washington, and shot Mm dead, using
a derringer and a revolver. A Jury ac
quitted him and for a lime he wits
acclaimed a hero for lefrndlnr' his
honor. But he took hra wife hack to
his home, and society turned against
him . i ."-
Gen. Hi-ales I a nun of George K.
Sickles, who was a wealthy patent law
yer In thla city. When the elder Sicilies
died be left the bulk of an estate of
lii.uoo.oou to Gen. Sickles and hi grand
children. Oen Hloklea haa been the
executor of this estate und his eon arid
a daughter claim be has Hiiuaudered
WIFE OF THE GENERAL "AYS
SHE HAS DONE ENOUGH.
Mrs. Daniel K. H .-kle.-r said Jffiriti
afternoon that she waa not disturbed
because Juatlce Greenbaum had ap
pointed Klbridge I.. A lams to compute
the amount due oa the two mortgages
on her huaband'a home at No. M Fifth
avenue, wblca the Bowery Sav.ng
Bank 1 aulng to have foiocloaed. A
aoon a the referee hand in his report
the Court will issue an order have
the property sold to satisfy the i 'aim.
"I am very sorry that the General
going to loae hit home, out : -ally I
think I havd douu quite enough fur
biui," eaio Mra. Sickles In her apart
ment lu the Hotel Albert. "1 cannot
ueggar myaeLf entirely to aave liua.
Winn his personal properly wa at
stake and all the thing he so dearly
prlxed were to be sold under ths ham
mer my heart filled with sympathy for
my huabund, in spite of the great
wrong he had dona me, and I pawned
my Jewels to aave him fioin losing li s
treasures But th! !tuaton la entirely
different. Why hotild I deny myaeif
everything just so hs may have hit
home'.' 1 sliall always assist IU Gen
eral In any way I can, but he ha h's
pension to live on, and a man of hU
age does not need a great deal of
MEXICANS IN PEACE PARLEY.
Federals aad Rebel talk Tersaa
far Clai the Revolt.
WASHINGTON. Jan lit Consul
Teteher at Chihuahua. Mexico, reports
that peace negotiations htweii Fed
erals and rebela are progrcsalng farm
ably. Other report Indicate tha: sondl
Hues are mere tranquil In Northern and
try v 4fi
Seekinn; Divorce, She Forgot
Her "I ines"' and Upet All
A Broad wa y ahow gtfl (Just top m -tnetit
and ponder over those words) 0
unnerved (o-, shall we say Mage fright
ened?) that Justice Bl .anger had to a'is
p nd court until ahe legalned her cum
po.ure! Imagine I
Vloln Williauv, long a speclacultr
front-row heu'ity, wis aski.-ig the CoUfl
for a divorce from Cnarlaa Ut William,
a New l ingland the I re owner, whom
she had married In Denver four years
Ye, ahe wa wlnaom. petite lual as
show girls go bad furs, a picture hat,
eat I c gown and so on. She recojrnued a
photograph of her husband, alio, sh
sai.i, iud tranafar red hi lime nJ gf.
fecllons to Mlaa Mba Matthews She
remembered trhen Hhi was man led and
euld there waa no suit pending In any
Have five year lapsed since tbe of
feneea you complain of War comnilt
ted?" asked her lawyer, II. S. Bird.
Yea, oh. yeg, sir!" ahe anernl
figetly. Her Angcra w.. aid net be
lieve ami her Hps twitched nervously.
"You menn that five ycare have
elapsed?'' repeated the lawyer.
"Ye,- certainly." answered the huw
girl, her nervousness now usHuuilug thi
appearance of genuine Hinge fright.
"Walt Just a moment." mildly Inter
jected, tjie Courts- "Now. miss, you
doa't mean tbat il wae five year ago
einre you" -.
"Ye, Yosir Honor. M was"
"No, no: Just a moaient." aided ihe
Court pleasantly. "Lanik up u moment.
No one la an.- .r to harm you. Just
think. Have Hve years gone by
"Ob. no, Judge: bow couhl It. when 1
wa only .married four years ago?"
Th. rent, r Mre.' WHhatna did toler
aBly Wait, Bui -ehe fairly danced from
the wibneee aland when told she could
"The strangest feeilng came over me."
ehe ld afterward. "Now I know what
stage alarm Is But I'll bet I could go
hea.-K.and not flinch. Will you ak the
Judge if I oan testify again?"
But the lawyer did not accept the
challenge, one reason being that Mr.
Williams bad to eatob the U.08 train
back to Albany., to Join the "Hanky
1'anky" troupe. Hhe got permission to
ome down ami get. a divorce, provided
abe vai able tu ret back In time tar
Ibe night performance. Hhe aald ahe
would keep the name Williams any
how, "Just for ;.ltc." although he wa
ullowed to resume her maiden nam
when Juatlro ErUsnger granted her a
Leading French Restaurant
i'ii St., B' way & 7lh Av. IZ?.
i .uic , tin- ir i ii in' Mi-mi. Art. moo
Im, niniirr Hml Saiirr m im uri
iiranrr nmi nurirr m it I rl.
In tha Most Beautifully
Uecarated Roam In America.
Oix-n After MlUnlcbt.
There is no place like the
Second Avenue & Tenth Street
Go there to-night and
you will go again
"The Shew Place el New York"
l.srellenl eul.lae ami perfect are.
vice. ,t ( afiarel Ili a Irada all. "A
real enlertnlnment bv real enler
laluera." awelleuoua fr.nn II P. v.
Our faKUHiH dlnnti .ue. UI. tread.
In serve dlabe) frem n.Ho l
V- l".r1 ell da . Kver Thara.
day "Jidl tau.t" Xlaht.
L1TE TKOI.IC OAYBTT.
BROADWAY at 5thSt.
t'OI.I MBI H I im K.
n.i.. r.aau cot
uVf.?!l,A'ru'.' VM. lie, i'l. Ba j
BCPU 1., WtM m ut stun liaritn
Maice n i ih, lata laesasatk j Hr7
Kjii. .i.'e4 J f .n aui 4 muiiiiu
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it.i.iiir. an. I rneiiil, ..e lutiLei I
" I'Uenurut L.lt.ry Ceaiaiter.
. HHVrim bl tha itockla
Nngrul. C. I. lu.-or,K,iai.l. ,,. Q ,r
! 'r 't'ti-'iaueu' - UK., iu l-a-k Hm.. .daaaataBt
lt nf New ork, on Jan. H3, llllil. at it p il '
I r.-.ll.,l i.i ....... X ,y M.r.y.i-..
J.08T, FOUND AND REWARDS.'
I.OHi Bnalon hull, white levi nn.i I .faM?aaaJ
IH. MAMfduN. lilt B n;,i, ,,' 'nri-
reward for biacik Franoh
poodle, named Bci Peep, lost
OQmer 4i2cl st. and Bth av. Fri
day, Jan. 24, fj o'clock. Re
tuin Mi's. tieo. E. Got'don, 17
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orld If ants f ork flondert