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ecentuslly nbtslnlng vindication and re
.mi.:.' to Hit MkO Department
tiki their pensions. In ceding !
gin their prlfon semen."1, gtllrll prob
M) will have expired by t Ji time the
Srpeals are decided, they rs.-spr prose
cution for the prssent on the btlbe-y
charges, us there Is no precedent for
taking a aim fron the penltenilary
title he It eervlng on lru. to try blm
O'i another charge.
The tour tie snlval ' l hr.l
UM gulping down their flrst supper
1st night. At Ih rougli men Uble
w If, men anxious to mk thm feel t
bom. On. bagrlmod convict trim to
Mcom friendly with Sweeney, but ho
Ullor did not reply to hi questions, and
kept feeling for the mustache thst had
boon ehaved off ghort tlm before.
A dark skinned pickpocket was -lenced
witk a enarl when h triad M
gl "i huinmy" with Thompaon, and i
Hueesy showed pmMMMa iBsfmror I fYT UCtJ f iai t ti tn
hn a "stlck-iip" man undfirto.ik tpJI nUK WrrillAI ALrOVi
quaint him with the prison routlna '
Mii'tha bsesm snfrv n the attempted !
mStfb1" Tnffic Regulators
well Island do not haa number, tna
four do not laa tbaJr idaatltr
Th four former poll. oMelsl wr
landed la th pnllntlsr, handotiffad
in I re, within alg hours after being
entnced by Juatlc Heabuiy la the gu
KHM Caurt yesterdey
TEACHER FAILS TO
(ConUauad frogo rtret Pg )
ln-e I0l. Hr flrat arhoo: wa No. 9
at Pir ftookawgy.
She left the Scttart home early IkM
evening aaylng ah waa going; to th
:n of a friend In Newark who la a
dreeemaker. Mrs- Kckert knew th
Newark friend, who naaaa aba never
nad board, waa making Mlaa Mill aom
prlng rlothea and did not feel worried
when the young woman failed to return
FREQUENTLY SPENT WEEK-END
WITH FRIEND IN NEWARK.
"Mies Mil I a frequently want over to
. N'wark and atayed with her friend
there until Monday," Mrs. Mart aald
How the young aehoal teacher gat
Into the Baal River la a mystery.
James Evans, float mailer aaaaloyad by
bis .New Torn bosk Comaaay, aael Ma
4atstanla, Thome. Tnomosaa and
lfflim Murphy, wer oa duty on
float at the foot of Montagu street
The e!t of the abandoned Brooklya
eraMae of the old Wall at root ferry
la at that point. The upretructure af
tbs ferry house haa boon removed, but
the dJaor, or portion of It allll romaln.
Many of the board have been removed
ana) Wast 1 left la fait decaying. There
a 10 frequent open apacea la th floor
nr.. okpoalng Ave fast af water under
ntatk. MAN NEAR FIRRY WALKS OFF
WHIN RESCUERS' COME.
Thompson was the flrat to boar the
cry. Mo aaw a mem ending near the
olft tarry house floor and called to him
tosak what the matter waa. The man,
whs was rather abort itookly bulM and
had a dark complexion, did not anawer.
but turned and walked slowly ap the
hill into Mealaane street.
'Whan Thompson, who waa followed
ur Bvaas and Murphy, wont to aid the
nereea whoie voice they heard, the
paused at tbs top ot the elope
whirrl rises from the river.
The throe dock company employee
ahbr a dark object la the water under
neatb tbs floorlar and Thompson
jumped l and dragged what ha thought
waa a man to aa open apace In tbs
floor.. There Evana aad Murphy lifted
the drownlaa poraon onto the board
and saw for the Oral Urns It was a
Two ot the men rolled th unoonactoua
woman over a barrel while the tlmJ
summoned a police nan. Dr. OUdergloav
cause In the lions' Island College Mo
.uttojl ambulance, which the pollcam.-n
The physician continued th barrel
.oiling and also endeavored to lad u jo
artificial roeptratlon by moving tha won
aa'a arms. She finally began to breathe
'faintly and tha dootor placed her In toe
a:nouiance ana rueaeu uvr iu me .iuv
VEDRAQQLED FLOWERS STICK
TO DROWNING 01 RL.
Th police were told that bruiaea were
found an the woman' head and body
indicating that ana had been '.itaten, hjt
'."cmf the need nuree .1 ,ieie were
n 1 mark of vlolanc to fJHbd,
After the woman wa taken out of th
water the ahort, dark man, who liai
walked awn) when Thompaon (houted
at him, returned and mingled with the
little crowd that collected while
temple were being mgde to revive Ml
"1 pointed th man out to on of the
policemen there," Thompaon aald, "an
he took the man aaldo and talked with
him In a low tone for a few minutes.
The the man walked away. 1 don't
. know what tha policeman aaked him or
Al the Amity street police autlon. In
which dlatrtet the peculiar affair oc
curred. It waa aald 110 report had been
mad of a atrange man being ques
tioned be a policemen or of ueh a
parson being suspected or reaponelbtltty
far Mlaa Mill's being In the water.
TWO FATALLY HURT IN AUTO.
AUBANT, May l.-Vlirlo Rlaalratil.
who waa amiatan: aurgeun uf the
xeamahlp ('arpathla at Ih time of th
Tllanlo disaster, lie at th point of
death Is a local hoapltal. An automo
bile In which he waa riding laat ngkt
turned turtle, he being caught beneath
1 lie hood, aad injured lutarnally.
Wis companion. Toblo Mariajo. s
mad has I gtudeax o Now fork, aus-
lalaad fracUatd skull aad bis death
itHawHtlv Mr. JUaai
POLICE GOT THEIR
TAXI RIDES FREE
n nnrtnr Siv T ml lin
lC HlSpeClO., SIX t.tpUllli
and Several Patrolmen Car
ried "Charge Accounts."
Run Up Unpaid Bills ot
Sloo a Month.
A new ramification af th taaicab eesn
, dsl waa unearthed today In th Invsatl-
gallon of f lie) "rharge sreeimt" yaem
of li Yellow Tsxlrab Company, by
which city oltl. lala war aula to rid at
j willarid free In yallow motor cara.
For sons time complaints have bean re- j 4.
I (lvl In h DUtrlot-A'torney- office
that lndapendni taxicab iirlvgra. whnss
rat are lower than those of th trusts,
have bean the virtima of persecution by
the police. It I disclosed that nearly all
th taalcab drlvara arreated for violating
trsRlo ragulatlon and for th blanket
harge sf "dleerderly conduct" were In
dependent, rew of the drivers of th
Tellow Taxicab . 'nmnanv ear tialaii int..
wmvj " mm w pneiiow inai in cna I
aa thrown out by tha kf agist rat
Aaratant Dlatrlct-Attorney Joseph Dn i
Vlvler. wbo la in charge of the lnvetl- '
gatlon for the I"strlct-Attorney's office, f
found that one police Inspector, eix rsp
talas and several policeman of the traffic
equad who were favored with "charge
accounts" were assigned to duty In th
uptown district- around the hotel and
,'eji'bs. from which 7B per cent, of th
, Mfifr frustneee amanates.
None of these accounts wer ever paid.
Bllle wore sent perfunctorily at the Aral
of arh monlh-and that ended th mat.
ter. In the mean tlms the alleged per
secution of independent drivers want on,
while Yellow TasJoAb drlvara are aald -to
have been almost immune from Inter,
ACCOUNT! SAID TO HAVE
RCA CHID S100 A MONTH.
Mr. DoVTvler preliminary aamlna-
tloat af ties book d hot reveal the
eaeot amount of the monthly use of the
various polio o Risers, bat It Is aald
that soma rsaobed raoro thaa Mt a
raantti a material incentive tor police
fHaajdaaVlp for rhauflsura of th yellow
Tbs "eharg account" aystam of the
Tellow Taxloaii Company will he th
flrst matter under Investigation by the
Supreme Court Orand Jury, before
which Mr. DuVlvlcr will lay the caa on
Monday. Treasurer, billing clerks and
bookkeepere. together with complete
records, are under subpoena, and Mr.
DuVlrler will try to get before the
(trend Juror tbs name of every city
employee who haa used a "charge ac
count" and who has never 'pa Id for tho
expensive privilege of riding la a taal-
The boobs show that Jamee Wallace
Jr.. chief of the Mayor's Bureau of Li-
cities, and Hamuel Martin, chief la-
apector of complaints In Ihe asms bu
reau, held "charre checke" In the Tel
low Taklcab Company, and that they
have not paid tor their rides. These
men are a power la the handling of Ihe
licensing of taxlcabe and In dealing; with
complaints by passengers. .They may
be aaked to appear before th Grand
Jury If they will waive Immunity.
Neit Mr. DuVlvter will take up the
more important phase of tha cms that
of tha meaaa employed to hold up for
a year and a half Aldermanlo action on
Ihe widely demanded and publicly ad
mitted necessity for passing an ordl
nance reducing tsxloab fares.
Proprietor of some of the lergeat of
the uptown hoteia will be Questioned.
Mors than etOi.OO a year I paid by the
various taxicab companlea for tha prl
vale hack stand privileges, and this
aum would be lust to the hotel men 11
the nefarious private hack stand prlvl
lego wore abolished, for that reason It
Is reported the hotel men have thrown
their Influence to retard tha reporting
of a uiraeure that would make taklcab
It Is pointed out that If ih taklcab
companies were not compelled to carry
on their bunks this h Uf million dollars
a year foi private hack standi, and
were not currying the dead lose attend
ant upon "flag rid" by elty oalolala,
It would li an eisy matter for theni to
make money even with a much lower
lam. .1 1 fare rate.
TRYING TO CONVERT ALDERMAN
The minority mem'.iera of the Alder
tiianti' Hiivclul Taxlcuh Committee had
a meeting to-duy and decided to en
dravor to rally to their aupport Aldei
man Coleman, who heretofore hue pro
no in- .-I his ullrglence lu the inujority
member. The minority ooiilts of
Mark. Holies and Brush. These liiani
her ute determined In their flg.it to
reform in taxlcuh ratea and legulatlon
aa demanded by The Evening World
and ale for the aooiuhment of th ao
calld private- or holl etande. If Al
derinan Coleman Is won over, tha re
form in. -inhere will be In a position to
file a report with the Board at Tut
day' meeting, when action will he
I naliiniin 1 1 it in in was at tnv Ct
Hall to dux hut did iwt confe.- with
Ihe BtihOeetV member. Aldermen II ill
Koike end H. H Currati, who also want
taxless leform, elated tbet Ihe.' would
aeeiel the mlnorlt, Qiem iters to bring
Coleman over ami urge thet a report
be read Immediately to the full board.
Clialman Corran went further He
added that if one Urwnm mslorlty mem
era al tempted ' SJiock prompi action
tm Ua bxkwd M asM oaaM
JPHl EVIlfINO WORLD, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1913.
POLICE INSPECTORS AT WORK ON BLACKWELL'S ISLAND
we- .-.v--4--a a a a
JXNNtS SWEENEY d15. F THOMPSON
"" " .44ia-Ad
mm' mr urnnro piwr
POLICE HEROES SAVE
MOTHER AND BABY I
FROM DEATH BY FIRE
Three Others Carried From
I rt -tr f
Peril in Blazing Harlem
A h!ae full of thrill was that in the
ve-tory apartment house at No. 2M
Writ On Hundred and Fourteenth
afreet at norm to-day. , Tho lira started
In Hie apartment of Mrs. Otal on the
aacond floor In her ahern'-e and had
gained oowetderable headway when dis
covered My way of the dumbwaiter
shaft the flames spread op to th third
riKi . ine nonae niieu witn emoxe audi
when to flromen arrived, appaaraaces
from K nntaiae ImV.-.ll tha. tv-
wrhole Interior was ablaae.
Tenanta on the upper flooia fled by
means of roar Are escapee. Policemen
Mrljowghlin and Dates, the flrst officers
on the scene, ran Into the building and
helped out those on the lower floors.
They found Banolt Nauro. hla wif and
four-enorrt he-old baby strangling and
oonfuaed In tha hallway on ihe third
floor aod carried the family to tho
One of tha tenanta, after getting out-
Bid, remembered that Mr. Jean Kron-
ensker and bar elght-days'-old baby
war In a flat on tha second floor. ad-
Joining that In which the Are atarted.
The two policemen, unable to gat oa
anewer to rape on the door of Mrs.
Kronsaakor'a apartment, forced their
way and found her aad the aby al
most overcome. Mother and child were
carried to the home of a neighbor ind
Angel Emanuel, fifty-four years old. a
broker, and Bernard Loawy, sixty years
old, of No. ! Uast Uaa Hundred and
Seventeenth atreet, were arrested for
persistently trying to rush through tha
fire line. Both were to excited to be
Intelligible until after they reached the
station house. Then It developed that
Kmanuel lived In tha house that waa
on Are, and that Looweya daughter,
Mrs. Kronlsch, akto lived there.
SUBMARINE FLOTILLA OFF.
Haary Orders Start roar Frees
tewtport t Norfolk.
NEWPORT, R, L, May 10. The flrst
group of submarines, w hose officer a and
men were quickly mobilised upon receipt
of order from Washington laat night
galled this forenoon for the Norfolk Navy
Yard. Th flotilla, romprialng C-2, c-it
C-4, C-i. waa accompanied by the ten
ders Castln and Meveren. The second
flotilla wee ready to proceed.
When the orders reached here meseen
grrs summoned the crews from thr thea
tres, dance halia and atresia, but the offi
cers were permitted to remain until mi. I
night at u bull which they were giving
AIAANV. May W -The WaJker bill
restricting the aale of roeatnr, has hvtn
signed by Jov. Hulaer. The (lowrnor
eaya a strict enlorcement at Ui lAW
"wll! prevent an ahiiac of this terrlbli
drug and have u tendency greatly t
decrease the ravagea of the cocaine evl
In this atalr."
tton calling for the dlecharge of the
committee without thanks
O.RI MM NOT WORRYING ABOUT
AGITATION, HI SAYS.
Alderman Grimm In a statement to
"l am not worrying about
ute .iii.ii" iw maw. os ms n. i.a.o
done Hi best I could. My committee
would not agree on an orllnanee ruing
taalcsh ratea and when men will
agree what a e )uu going to d
"I'M disagreed ami that 1 t ie unly
sxplnnallon i .an otter now. Within a
few days prolw'ily by Monday I will
make a statement explaining the ds-
TJls aflsiuuoii I am trying to r-
range for a meeting of the committee,
M ajfclgg, abatAtM mjH '' .
!nnuii ujitu nrtviTOi" 1
DOWN WITH RENTS!"
SLOGAN OE MEETING
Congestion Organization Files
Protest Against Legislature
for Failing to Pass Bill.
About ISO peranna left warm spots on
the benches In the sunshlnn In Union
Square at noon to-day and stood in the
shadow of the bandstand to regltr a
protest against 'the action of the late
legislature In falling to pass s bill pro
viding a referendum on the Question ot
gradually reducing the tax rata on
buildings In New York city to half the
tax rate on land.
Tk. . . ' .
nir'niif was axrangeii ny
,n. N. Yrv r.... - 'T....
. " ,,u
ana a Hoy Mrouta Drum and Bugle
Corps, little Miss Rnnlno Kalin and
her cornet and a pair of big signs pro
claiming "Down With Rents!" wars the
lures which drsw the crowd out of the
warming auashlne Into the shadow.
where they ware made to feel the
dulling biases from tha west.
Benjamin C. Marsh, ggeciitlva secre
tary of tho committee, presided and In
troduced the speakers In presenting
the Rev. John Hay nee Holmes, rector ot
the Church of the Meaalah, lie said he
waa a clergyman different from the kind
represented by Trinity Church Corpora
tion, which in the name of religion by
lu high rents is robbing you and ma."
ut. Haynes, John Hperaian Croabv.
John J. Hopper, Cornelius N. Sheehan
of Brooklyn, Frederick c. Mows, J. p.
couguan and eeveral others spoke. A
letter waa read from Or. Percy Stick-
The Rev. Walter Irvine, Introduced as
Socialist minister who had ben
fired" from his pulpit :.wame ha
dard tall tlie truth, and who de !.-d
himself "a reformed minister," made a
plea for the etoelallst party as a) so
lution of the difficulties.
BUILDER IS BANKRUPT.
Henry A. Wleo Appelated Hrrelver
for Ambrose B. Miaaaard
Ambross R. Stan nerd, a contractor
and building constructor, In business at
No. tits Broadway, In a voluntary bank
ruptcy petition died to-day In the United
States District Court, give liabilities of
MaettU, with assets of 1171.61. g. Of
the liabilities, claims of the United
States Government on uncompleted con
tracts for the erection of poat-ofljeaa
and Federal buildings In varloua parts
of ths country, aggregating S421.OU0, are
secured by surety bond-.
Judge Mayer appointed Henry A
Wise, former United fUatrs Dlstrict-A
torney, aa receiver. Hie bond is 910,-jo,
He la authorised to cunllnue the Dual
ON BOSTON'S WATER FRONT.
IPeVroX, liny H'. Dr.a of he worst
tires here In yeare to-day destroyed all
the buildings on Mvat Wharf, Charles
town, together with nun adjulnlng
structures, causing a pjg which will
pruhkhly exceed IJni.iUi. l our slat ma
were sounded. Five hundred murines
and sailors from Ihe Nsvy Yard nearby
joined the nrenten In their battle with
Starling in the quarters of the Kxnort
i Lumber Company, the flames, fanned
I by a high wind, swept every building
.... 1 1 .. wharf rnarad thrmish ii'Ims et
liumhr and Jumped to adjoining build.
WAGON HELPER KILLED
. .. .
.I..- Ma: sen. eighteen urs
employed a a n spin .li Use's helper.
was run mer and allied this attduoou
In Iront of his home, No. JAM Second
avenue, by delivery wagxm of the
llolmstesd Truck Company of No. 11
Harlem Markal s
w4M,)n WB, ur,vtn UJ. g TuBl,
ut No. 1M East On Hundred and Thli-
tswaJ mmt. . .
HELD IN UNION SQUAR
SACRIFICES HIS SKIN
A SECOND TIME TO SAVE
LIFE OF A BURNED BOY
Charles Kaplow Denies That
He Married Nurse After the
For the second time this yeir Charles
Ksplow, swi'ii.nl ig Instructor A Ihe
Twenty-third Btrret Branch of the V.
M. C. A. stretched himself voluntarily
on the operating table to-dey to give up
a large portion ot skin to save ths lift
ot a child.
Three months sgo he submitted to t Ml
most panful operation to save a little
Harlem girl, and to-day he gave him
self over tar Dr. Edward Whalen, In
Nutley, N. J.. to have a big piece of
cuticle taken from his left leg and ap-
plled to the left aide and arm of ten-
year-old Willie Colwcll
Tho boy waa terribly burned laat
work whlls trying to light ths gas
stove In tils home. He has been
wrapped In oil bandages ever alnce.
Tha surgeons despaired of hla Ufa un
less some volunteer for the skin graft-
ng operation could be found. Kapl.,w
read the advertisement Inserted by the
Nutley eurgeons, ami. although atlll
suffering from tha flrat akin removing
operation on hla right leg, he volun
teered. Kaplow was reported to have mar
ried Miss Edjth I.e. the )uung nurse
Who attended him at HI. M irk s Hos
pital after the first operation. To-day
ha denied the report and aid there
waa nothing at all lu the romantic
atory circulated about the brave patient
and Ills pretty nurse. Mrs. Mary T.
bee ot Congors, N. Y.. the girls mother,
also denied to The livening World to
day that bar daughter was married or
ENMITY AFTER HER DEATH.
Mrs. Potter Leaves Bequests to
Granddaughters if None Weds
Son of Woman She Disliked.
Before ehe died nt AItSI -Ba'.ns.
Franca, Msy A lt, Mrs. Harriet Duet
Potter devlaed a way to make an enmity
which ahe had borne during ;if live
after ahe wua gone. Mrs. Potter left an
estate valued at MOu.OOO.
After specifying In her will, filed pot
terday, that her three granddaughters
shall each receive an annuity of tl,j(lu
for life, ahe wroto this olaus. into her
"I now hori'oy direct that n my one
Of my suld grundduughters Viva .Mar
gHret Bagne.l, Heps Dorothy Bagnel
or Iran Helen Kagnell -shall marry I
son of Mrs. Ail 'e Craves now residing
with them, thai Ihe one so doing eiial
forfeit an)' share lu my estate, and the
principal eum held in mist by tha ex
UlOrg for that Kiutiddaughtei shall
become a pa: I uf my residuary estate
Oilier toaqUeglS am: Mrs Kllaihetlt 3
lluguell nf Norfolk, Kngland, a ilaunh
let, lla.usi ooinxnt unit a-.twu a yea'
the Misses Henrietta Neilson Potter
Margaret llenaliaw 1'olter and Katliet
IPS Alexander Duer PoUtr of Pan
Frame, daughteu, a'l the reSMuury
FALLS OFF YACHT, DROWNS.
bailor llnee Down In Hell date
While ihe yacht Viklnx-,
owner, Ueorge r. nunc., a DagRor I powsV to name Inspectors having au
abObrd, M egmlng IhrOAsfh lleill I thorlty o enter suspected place and
Qgjta 'his afternoon. Hern.ird Mrav, a ' ma!ke arrests,
ild, sailor, fell overboard til: I wa drowned. ! Tho Mayor's bill, giving hi n power l)
The swirt ana treaciieruiia cinretita
swept the floundering sailor kieyonu
reach of the Hues thrown to hint b
those on board the yacht, and before
boat could bu lowered he had been
drswn beneath th surface. Bray Was
t cut) -rive years old and a native of
IT COSTS $18,000 YEAR
TO EP THESE LITTLE
GIRLS. ONE 8 AND ONE 3
So Swears Their Father, Henry
Carroll Brown, in Suit for
To enable Marga.rt Daly Rrown. eight
years old, and Franco Carroll Brown,
three, to live "according to their station
In life," a sum not lcs than flS.tOO a
yar must u expended for them. Much
IB the m n t. it. -.rent of their fa'her,
Hehry Carroll lion vlvant and
member of the New York ggjtock Ux
elianire. The mother of the two little chilJran
wsa Mrs. Margaist Daly Brown, daugh-
tef r Mglwdg Daly, the Mon-
"" ' oi'l""r King, They live with
their kiaudinother, Mrs. Mar. us Daly,
at har splendid home. No. T35 Fifth ave
nue. Mr. Brown's statement of the cost of
supporting two little girls is contained
in a ault begun by him in tha Supreme
Court to-day to rooowr tX'.iil from
thn ..stute .if hi wife. This sum, he
deelarbg, he exptnded for his little
daughters from July 5, 1I11. to April 1 of
this year. He explains fie must hsvc
this money from bis wife's estate, in
asmuch as ills only Income la ilia salary
aa receiver of the stock I rokerage Arm
of II. C. Brown Co., whl.h is barely
sufficient tu support him. He directs hla
suit against Marcus Dsly, bis wife's
brother, and the Hankers' Trust Com
pany, aa executors of Mrs. Brown's es
Mrs Brown died on April M, Wll, after
a race across the continent by special
train so that she could spend her last
hOUM with her fsmlly. She left a will,
made three wrecks before her death. In
which she le't her whole estate In trust
to her two baby daughters. When her
sstStg was appraised It was found It
consisted of only 190,000, chief!-- In Balti
more property. It was also discovered
her husband owed her ll.DOO.OQO. By an
BKi-pement with Mr. Daly, Mr. Brown
allowed tho will to stand.
On April 1 last the Surrogate allowed
but $10,000 a year for tho two little girls
and refused entirely to reimburse Mr
Brown for the money spent for them
from July 6, 1911. Accordingly Mr. Brown
Is bringing his suit to recover this
HEARING SET FOR TUESDAY
ON PUBLIC WELFARE BILL
Ciaynor Will Also Hear Arguments
on Measure Authorizing More Dep
uty Police Commissioners.
Msyor Gnyoor will g've a public hear
ing noxt Tuesday on the propoied Pub
llee Welfare hill which creates a com
mission whose duties shell be confined
'o the detection and elimination of
gambling . nd the social evil. An un
paid commission of seven will, If the
bill incomes law, take the place ol the
police In attending to suoh vices
The members would be named from
a list eubmltted by seven social wel
A So-lal Welfare Commissioner, act
ing as the head. Is to be named, and he
la to receive a salary to be fixed by th
Mn.it ! of Aldermen. Ills term I to bo
ten yaars. The commission will have
appotnt additional Deputy Folic Com
tulsslouers, to perform the duties now
I reposed In inspectors, will lo be heard
a it I claimed for thla meaeure that the
appointing of civilians Bk command ths
uniformed fore and Perforin work of
I inspectors will tsod to dsstroy tbs
ANGRY DAD'S WIRE
DADTC DDtnAI DAID.
1 hiv 1 0 unium rum;
HUBBY SAILS ALONE
Teodora Gonzales Fears for
New Wife to Brave Iratj
KXPEC TliD A BLESSING.
Instead. Costa Kican Planter
Sends Caustic Wire Contain- !
log Veiled Threats.
! Half an hour before ailing lmt for
i the '"lilted IV ill I.ln tcj:ner Carrlllo
for Centre: Amerlran and Writ Indian
j porta a hgndaome couple went ,iail.
(Tint tliey wer" brld aud bridegroom waa
evident. Th man wa Tandora Un-
T..iiv. riic bilde wa former!) Ml
Maxlne Seagrav of No. 10 Crawford
alreet. Toronto, Ontario.
I. net January. Ulaa Sag: .... at com
pafiled by her mother, made a winter
critlse to the West Indies on the steam- ;
ei Tivlvea. tin :, ,.i mm, iu-. I
am voyage Oon- 1
sales iioarded the steamer at Post
LfkMfl, He fell In love with tha baul!i
fur Canadian at alght. He proposed and
He told Che girl hi father had s great
plantation outside of San Jose, 'osta
Rlrs. snd thst he was on his way here
to spend two weeks purchasing ma
chinery for ids father, uut be cast b.isl
nee to the winds and followed Miss
Msagrave to her home In Toronto, ills
ault progressed, and llnally Cupid tri
umphed and they were secretly marr.cd.
aonxalcs attended to the neglcxted
business on bis arrlvsl several days
ago In New York He ha.l been re
ceiving tempestuous letters from his
father calilng far an explanation nf his
long absence, and demanding to know
why the rrachineij had not been
ahlpped. But he was gay and happy
with his bildc. He knew that as soon
as his father beheld her he would take
her to his srms and would forgive, his
Some davs ago he broke the news of
his marriage to ids father. He caul 1
him he had man led the sa c-test gitl :n
tiie world and that he would sail -::ii
her on th Carrlllo. But g f,.w nn
ments befire the vessel aslled a stew
ard handed (lonsalrs a cablegram.
A message from my father." sa d
Uonsalcs. He tore open the eatolaoa.
hurriedly read the message and then
cried: "My Oodi"
"What Is it. Teddy?" oiled his bride,
ths smile gone from her face, nnd her
blue eyeo troubled. "Oh, what's the
"ncad for yourself," he said sadly,
handing her the rBsage.
"I Can't read It," he exclaimed petu
lantly, "it s In Spanish."
Translated, the message resd : "One
w I tit nut shame. Will nct you In Tort
"It's terrible." said Uoiixsles, and
tears filled the blue eyes of his bride.
"His anger is awful. He has been
known to kill servants wh-n aroused.
There will be an awful s.ene at Port
They talked it over by themselves.
Then It was decided tie must face his
father s awful anger alone, ttiat she
must retur- to Canada. But lie de
clared he would send for her In two
And ao her little steamer trunk, her
suitcase and baga were taken ashore.
Hs accompanied her to pier and
there was one more wild, tearful em
brace. Then tlie steamer slowly pulled
sway from the wnarr. wun u-juaaies
weeping ut the rail and the brave little
bride trying to smile confidence and
courage to him.
AUTO WITH GAYN0R IN IT
KNOCKS OVER PEDESTRIAN.
Mayor's Car Huns Into Negro,
Whom He Has Sent to
Peter Williams, a negro, atepped Into
ths limelight and the way of Mayor
Uaynor'a automobile to-day and was
bowled over Into the gutter of .lay
street, near Myrtle avenue, Brooklyn.
Mayor Ckaynor, who was on tils way
mm from Manhattan, leaped from 'he
car and helped pick up the atunneU pe
destrian. Waving to a corner policeman, the
Mayor ordered him to send In an ambu
lance call, and atood by the Injure 1
negro until Dr. Coakley arrived from
the Holy Family Hoapltal. He found
Williams had suffered only a few minor
scratches and bruises, and after patch
ing him up, took him to his hom at
No. 74 Prince street.
Williams had stepped from u street
tar directly into the path of the May
or's machine and the collision was un
avoidable. NEW HOUSEKEEPER SUICIDE.
Heramaa Finds Old Woman He Had
Hired Dead by Use.
Michael Herman, a carpenter, went for
lunch to-ilsy to his flat at No. 1070 Sec
ond avenue. This morning he engaged
us housekeeper an elderly wom-in, Mrs.
I net, who had advertiaed for a place.
Herman .melled gas and hurried
...i in kitchen. T.is duer tin
... . . mm K..r.l It In n ,h- n,
I... t.U. WUW . - -. .... w -
gy ths woman, dead, with a tube from
the gag stovs bound to hsr mouth by a
towsl. No oa knows who th woman
eras or where sb came from. Mrs.
Diets had told hsr employer shs would
JUROR HELD OUT
All MIPUT. PfUIDT
nu. ivm 1 1 , uuun i
'Colleagues Tell Judge Carroll
Was for Acquittal and
Ignored Evidence. .
Judge Roaglakv In the Court of Oen
erl BtMlCflt to-ila upon romplalnt of
eleven mrmier of a Jur.v that era
waa obatlnatg ami gtUbbom oidrred
to Inveatlgate. Tne Juror. .Tama K. Car-
rull, s i eel estate ant at No. N Third
avenue, was ordered by Judge Rosalsky
to he In court Monday.
It was charged t.nut Carroll refused "to
dlsauss Ihs evidence In the case. Judge
ItosBlsky Interrogated him and the other
members of the Jur. Th foratnan gave
th Assistant District-Attorney tha bal
lot taken during ths night, si! showlne
with the exception of the flrst that th
fkrt stood eleven to one for conviction.
Carroll alone voted not guilty.
Tho Jury was impanelled Wednesday
I In the case of Jacob M. Blermnn of .Vo
' 114 Flfty-elghth rtreet. Brooklyn, in-
" " "a,rn W
'" "vpicaenieu ny isawyor A V
ham IssVy and was prosectitcl by Mr
Judge Rosalsky concluded h'.s charg-t
, to the Jury st l o'clock yesterday after-
noon. The IstsSfg retired and Imme
diately . cgan balloting. The Jwrofl dls
cussed after the ballot, but Carroll, ac
cording to several of them. llfllMil M
Join the dlsrussitc.i. persisting that hs
! did nut believe Biertnsn was guilty, snd
that when the others OS 01 to his wav
of thinking he was willing to go tnt.i
court. BsrsrsJ time during the night
the Jurors sent word to Judge Itosslsk
that the) were unable to agrss snd
asked for their discharge. The Judge
ordered llisffl looked up until noon kg.
When the Jurors rxmo lnU court
bleary eyed and eary, eleven or them
Ignored the other. Judge nosaJsky
asked whit was the trouble.
"Owing to the stubbornness of Juror
No. H we were iifiabie to arrive at a
verdict." said a Juror. "He refused to
argus or i onr'.der the evidence."
After a short taU with some ot th
Jurors, Including Carroll. Judge Rosal
"Tho Qourt iustruited you that it was
the duty of each Juror to discuss the
evidence with his fellow Jurors and that
a Juror thOtiid listen to the views, argu
ments and reasons o. his fellow Jurors.
Of course every man Is entitled to his
own opinion, if that opinion be a con
sclen'lo is one, but the Court will have
to cjnsldcr whether or not that opinion
wea conscientiously expressed by the
Juror. 1 direct that the Dlatrict-Attor-
ney Immediately begin uu investigation
into the circumstances and at ita con
clusion report to the Court."
Mr. Carroll refused to discuss the mat
ter with reporters.
THREE KILLED, FIFTY HURT
BY DYNAMITE EXPLOSION.
Force of Clash at Masontown, Pa.,
Lifts Car. From Tracks and
Drives Them Through Store.
INID.VTOWX. Pa., May 10.-Thre
Juied. ..oine of them perhsps fatally,
the result nf an explosion tills after
noon of several tons of dynamite .ha
was stored near the Sunshine Sllne No.
3 at Masontown, Pa. The force of the
crash lltfed three ear of mercnandisc
from a track and drove them throuxh
tho company store. It was there thst
many were Injured.
Tne residence of Trends Rocks, osvn-
I er or the mine, was demolished and his
wife with three children seriously In
jured. The cause of the explosion Is
TO-MORROW IS MOTHER'SDAY
Tkesssslk of ( amadous Ready far
WA&HINOTOX, May 10. Great prepa
rations have been made for Ihe observa
tion here to-moirow ot "Mother's Day"
and thousands of wlilto dowers have
been cut and prepared for wearers. One
florist alone announced to-day that ha
would hav. more than 1U.00U whit gggs
nations on hand and other florists and
street venders also will be prepared tor
a big business. Ths white blossom Is
the symbol that marks the celt-bran:
"Mother's day" Intended to do hOdor
to living mothers und to pay homage to
th" memories of those who have gone,
before, waa originated ki, Phi.aje'lpiin
In Murcli. IW, and now has becotr sn
Tisfellsrs should slews csor; a bottlt uf kaU
Hit s HUlliy UKUgP with them, a lew
iirops in wsisr wiu svsni
i Basal nr Mi,.
from ehsngs uf wster, etc. Ko oft ssss) t
lutmnally- A lislf to tei.noueiul is a bsM
tnsnble- uf sster will Is a tsw suainis cum
Inirriioea. I srtn, Colic, Clidem iloibss
Criai.. imsuis, kour Htonscli. Nsihhis, Veaol'
tiiM'U'i flKVPY II i: 1.1 FF st .it
tlluttiiim. mimissi eiernlissMu Slrk
' BABWAT 4 CO.. Nrs Tor
' gTBAFFOBO. -Sudg.niy, JOHN, seloaad
I husband of Kate Btrafferd (nee l'olsy)
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