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THI 1VIHIN0 WOBLD, WEDKlitJAY, JUKI II, ltll.
UP EXPRESS CAR SAFE
DEFEAT POLICE IN BATHE
RoWvrs Shoot at Crew
jffld Passengers on Illinois
i Central Train.
$500; MISS 25,000.
to Springfield on the
jSNbka Locomotive and
Cannot Be Found.
nUNOriELD. 111.. .Jon. 18-
Mhsd who early to-dty
19 express W M Uu Dla
MHJ. tho lUtaoto Otntrali
train Mn St Loult and Chi-
to bs la this city.
sot yet boon located,
bolng laurroMod la thslr
by polio, tho bandits forced
to run Mat tho blue-
la tor trial with dyaa
tao aafo thoy raa tho
srtacftoM and dlanp-
to the local
to got thla sum til
tao aanrtos erow with
the rBB an
ouely at psasorsrers.
detective and exchanged
With aaotaor. It le roowrtod (hat
sontotolng HI, NO waa not dis
hy tM baadlto.
"heldusr- look ptoop toa atuse
WiBoTdfH A Stutter signal
tao tratatoa atop aad the an-
Mia tao oMss of tho ooaohoo to
OF OYNAMITEJ a
I attempt to gat at tha
safe to too
Mr dad watch tha tttaam of
haajdtt to force tho strong boa.
of tha asproaa ear waa
by tho eartat of anabatoaa
as tho tram waa eteppod Co.
toWtUlaaaa of Chicago raa
a dittos nt af a ado to a
earned park officer
B aeore store hurried
Tho ant do-
ad Bella arrived walla raa
vara atfa tHsBtpttag ta Maw
OXeayy waa aaa
PRE tho railroad track,
ad eararod aim with thatr re-
TBoy tsoa Vimn revolver
a aaa aaa to la aa oaebaaga
with Dauativo Ada, who
p la time to aatoh a flung
af th two moo.
ia armed with a riot ahot
wajh bash to it and hi of
A PINAL ATTEMPT TO
LOW UP IAPI,
two bmb than hoarded tho en
md ardor ad tho engineer to ran
tha track. Tbay at op pad
Cotton HUI, three rail away.
atampt waa made to fore
tf" back to whore the
hoardad tho eagtoe and
, M Twaatleth aad Laurel a treat
. thoy loft rap htoomotiv oa.
-up, ib maajr war waa
to tho atloanpled robbery ot aha
thrja Bailee eouth of
by the looal offtoero m tho tool
of the engine of the
pedal of tha Ullnato Ccatrel
hold a a
i AM) WOMAN DEAD:
i WITH BULLET WOUND.
b Believed to Have Shot
Companion and Com
Fa.. June lf.-JTha
of Mra, toiua c. R aaltlea. a
aad WUHam Moagb w.r found
M .the woaaaa'a home. Bach
wound la th head.
body, waa on a eauoh aaa the
aa tho Boor with a
body. Tho poUeb
i ahot the man.
auoy being tho motlv.
raro and aamarrUd.
tossr stored oar five ohoraos
Ma. Whtoh oould bo ptotely
Mm poaooadara, wore fired hi
I Mr gpstorag m tao land of
haadlto tho saginesr. areraan
mi . r
T. I AND ABBOTTS
Vice-President of Company
and Two Sons Wjthdraw
YOUNG ABBOTT TALKS.
Retiring Official Was Prom
inent Partisan in Colonel's
Tho Rowland element In tho man fl
uent of tho Outlook to out William
B. Howl and, Vioe-Prssldsnt and pub
Itaher; Karl C. a Howland. Troaaaror.
and Harold J. Kowland, a department
hoad. movsd tbolr dssks and poraonai
belongings from tho publication offlew
oa tho avnth floor of tho Charltis
Birtktlng. at No. M? Fourth avsnus,
Tho roaooa for tholr departure haa
not rot boon toM. Tho Howlaada waro
Ma atoeaholdoro la tho Outlook Com
pany. It haa boon report od that tho
Mr How land, at I Mat. will become aa-
wllh tha U dependent la aa
Uva capacity. There
traa no one at tho office of tho Inds-
psadsat Mo. tm Fulton street, to day
who would affirm or deny thla report
to tod w. & Howland or
- s - imAvtllln. Tn.id.. Aau.
lashed tf tholr haataooo with Mr. How.
land waa pereeaai or relating to mega-
fitee matter, and war than told tho
preeeot offiooa of Mr. Howland oould
not bo re real ad.
Uoiu to gala a sspUnattoa from
tho OuUooh aloo waro unavailing.
Noao of tho bbotta la tho Outlook
management oould bo seen. It waa aald
Lpaaa Abbott editor, would not be In
during tho day. and that Lawrence P.
Abbott proettent of the company, and
H. Abbott, aaerotary. would not
return until late thlo afternoon. Col.
Theodora Raoeevelt oontrlbutlng editor,
waa not aapeatad In during tho day, it
Hamilton Holt, president aaa editor of
Tho Independent, waa reported to bo la
Fonaaylvaala. aad Frodorio B. Dickin-
bualaaaa manager, rafuaad to die
tho report that Mt. Howlaad waa
eon to join Tho Independent ataff.
Mr. Howiand waa here thla morning.
but ho haa no office bore." he aald.
Anything further oa tho aubjact mutt
oobm from Mr. Howlaad.'
SICK, FAINTS IN CANOE;
KOERNER AND FIANCEE SAFE.
Ill With Pneumonia, Young Man
Goes Paddling Two Nearly
Aa aaybutaaoo waa called from Ford-
ham Hospital at tm o'clock thla morn.
Ing to take Paul Koemer, an engraver,
from the home of hi parent at No.
Boot One Hundred aad Blghty-iec-
oad treat Through tho hoopltal re
port th polio leer aad for tha ftrat
tlm of th opoetUng af a raaoo off
Chaaoa Point, nearly BBBalBg th drown
lag of Koornor aad pi flaaea. Mlaa
artha Hettmaa of Ma. Mt Beat Ninety
Koornor, a coord Ing to th phyotclan
at th hospital, la la an advanced stag
of pnaumoala and muat hav boaa 111
for aeveral days without realising th
gravity or hi condition. H (aid that
bo became daaed wbll pan dl Ing tha
oaaoe and woao to Bad himaelf otra
gUag In th water and Hlaa Heltman
llnglng to th canoe. He managed to
reach her and support her until per
sons In other boats near by cam to
their rescue and took them ashore.
Miss Heltman wrat homo after acelng
Koemtr taktn to th hou of th Flo
Boy Club, of which ha la a member.
Koornor ms later taken to his horns
and hit fvar Incraaaad there until his
parents aad brotbar flt compelled to
ask help from the hospital.
PRUSSIA STOPS WAR PLAY.
Veteran said It Save Too Maoh
Hoop ta Mapeleea.
BUBS LA IT, Prussia. Jun tT.-Furthor
productions of Qerbart Hauptmann's
"Centonary Ftal Play." wttloh haa
been running In connection with tho
Cbatenarr BgpoalUoa here, have boea
faphiddsa by ths thsatro committee, of
Whidh the Burgomaster and Councilman
pro aaa) sera
Thla action follow numeroua protest
against tha play from war vtran and
othara, who bv asser tod that it unduly
florUtoa Napolaaa and failed to
proper trlbuto to Prussia's liberator.
i It ag reported soa tint age that
Crown Prises Frederick William, who la
fatroa at phs ogpeattlea aad ettead-l
BR sanaMatassmoo -ad.. .tha olaBLl
aar dfatod, aal Jobv
ALONE IN OUTLOOK;
DR. PEASE FOR HIS
BAN ON TROLLEYS
Trying to Make Business for
Physicians, One Angry
NICOTINE'S FOES BUSY.
Public Service Commission
Hears Both Sides on Use of
Tobacco on Cars.
Dr. Charlao O. Pria. who dooan'l
amok himaelf and dwen't bollov In
anybody rooking, had (no hearing
before the Publlo Service Commlaalon
thla morning to determine whether the
present regulation agalnit amoklng In
th subway and on all trams, trolleys
snd "L's" ars sufficient
Ths doctor haa been working to de
stroy th "nosious wrist" these many
one Ho Is Presldsnt of the Non-
Bmohsrs' Protective Leanue of America,
and hss been In th publlo print often
and often. He I a demist, a doctor, a
urgeon and Chrlitlan Science healer.
CommlMionr HUo R. Maltbls hsld th
hearing. Every railroad In ths city
and several running out of the city were
represented by counsel. There waa a
crowd In attendance, a number of ladlee
being visible. Ths doctor was In his
element. There was no amok In tha
commute room. Tha hot
Whsn Commissioner Maltbls
who wlshsd to speak agtnt amoklng
an the cars tho doctor arose and said
that ho did snd read a !' ! of othsrs
Who did. T'v Isdte- we-- '-ldsd In
ths Hat who wlshsd to voice tholr pro
tests against amoklng on open care.
They were Hlaa Florsncs Smith, Mrs.
B. A. Kllbhrn, Mrs. C. Ordsng. Miss
Agnes Stewart and Mrs. Willis.
Inspectors Edward D. Htitcnineon. c.
atawOreiea and C J. Pommerer of
tho Commission waro put on tho staid
to tsstlf y to tho rsgulatlons for smoking
on ths various car Una.
Dr. Peaae waa than sworn at his own
requeet Baying that ha desired to )v
avidenc. Ho said that h wanted to
apeak of tho prevalence of tobacco
amok In care, platform and atatloae.
I have often stopped smoking In
front ssato," aald tha doctor.
"How did you do thatr' Inquired tha
HOW THI DOCTOR 8TOPPKD
MOKINO ON FRONT SEATS.
"I told thorn to atop, aad If thoy dldnt
I called the conductor and told him to
maks a charge of disorderly conduct
against ths offsndero."
Chairman MeCall and CommlaBloner
Williams Joined their colleague.
"On many occasions," aald tha doctor.
I have Bean 'No Smoking' signs on
stations, and tha station agent smok
ing a cigar whlla sailing ticket
through tha window."
'Where waa thatr ashed tho Com
missioner, sitting up.
Well, I gusto that waa outside of
your Jurledlctlon. It wasa't in Now
What would be the use of our mak
ing new regulations If ths present or
dinance la not observed" asked the
Our assooiaMon would oaana by you
and make your fight"
'Why don't you make a flght tor ths
present ordinance T"
'I have mads several arress In tha
subway myself, ana I have found the
guards vary reluctant to testify. They
are not compelled to observe tha ordi
Mrs. F. Milton WlUls of No. M Weed
Slxty-tvnth atraat lt d that there waa
danger In amoklng. Once a cigarette
toll from th "L" and landed right on
her hat It waa a good thing It waa a
winter hat. If It had boon straw or
had feathers on It It would hav been
all burned up."
Mra Carl Or ding told hnw thay smoke
In the Erie ferry house. Shs was In
there one day and ,a man came in to
the ticket seller with a cigarette In
hla mouth. .
"Whan I remonstrated," aha said, "tha
agent aald the man waa a frland of hla.
Than ha want out and another man
came In smoking a cigar. Ha waa an
other friend of his."
Dr. Peas got an awful Jolt from
one of hi best wltnrs.es. Edward P.
Thompson, of tha Hotal Dresden. Mr.
Thompson was exceedingly nervous. He
aald that ha had coma from Washing
ton to New Tork to gst some fresh air.
He didn't get It He triad to gat It by
taking trolley rides. There was nico
tine mixed with hla osoas. If ho
walked la tha streets he got hla ayea
filled with amoks. And It waa the sams
In tho parka.
"But" Intsrrupted Dr. Pease, auave-
ly. "you can dodge the amoke In ths
street cen t pouT"
No, I cannot!" roared the witness.
and a roar of laughter shook the room.
James O'Neill proved a great card.
"Tou've heard a lot of people talking
against smoking on tha last four seats
on ths cars, and denouncing amoklng
In gansrti, If the smokors war to be
atsomblact. thay would nil Central Park
eeven time over.
"But we can't lav our business every
time aoms crank becomss dlssatlansd
with ths universe. Wa hav to atap
lively In the days, or wa will be run
over by a funeral. We've get ao many
illy laws that If everybody would be
puatshtd undsr oa of thm thr
wouldn't bo sno.ush of u outotd to do
th business of the olty.
Jamat MoCutoheoa mads an ajwumeat
la favor af tha sanitary affocta of to-
"I am alBty-three year old,
he said, "and I pars been smoking for
"II will gat you yet," said Do,
'Dan' I yoa knew' aa Miss
Dr. Pease, Arch-Enemy of Smokers,
Frnmininn n Frionrlh, Witttv
Orant a cancer, and that he died from
"He would have died anyhow," re
torted Hr. McCutcheon.
Commissioner Maltbls heard from a
few others In favor of smoking and re
garding the abridged llhrtles of
smokers on cars and then ffeclared the
CRIED WOMAN AS SHE
SCRATCHED GIRL'S FACE
Mysterious Woman Makes
Sudden Attack in Street
and Is Arrested.
Miss Annls Noonan. sixteen years of
aga. of No. 174 F.ast Eighty-fifth street
la a pretty girl, with an equally pretty
frtsnd, Miss Julia Loo, seventeen, of
No. ia Third avenue, waa walking on
Third avenue near Blxty-slith atreet to
day whan they ware approached by Mlaa
cane Peter of No. MO Third avenue.
Miss Noonan told the police that the
woman stepped In front of her, blockinii
her path, gated at her a second, and
than aald: "You are too pretty."
With that, Mlaa Noonan says. Miss
Paters took both hands and scratched
her face. Miss Noonan screamed and
aeveral pedestrians, among them Patrol
man Mustunaher of the Eaat Sixty-seventh
street station, ran to the rescue
and Mlaa Patera ran south on Third ave
nue. The policeman pursued. Miss
Peters turned weat In Sixty-fifth street
and then north In Lexington avenue, antf
was overtaken before shs had reached
Blrty-slxth street. Two men aided the
policeman in getting her to the station
house, where ah refused to dlscugo a
charge of assault against her.
Mlaa Petera. aside from giving her
namp and address, refused to answer
any Questions. In hae hand Kaa the mi.
ho, found MS and a llckst to Englanl
on tha Adriatic of tha White Star Una
which sails to-morrow.
TAFT TO BE THE ORATOR
AT GETTYSBURG REUNION.
" 1 1
Former President to Preside on July
4 in the Absence of
OBTTYSBTJRO. Pa., Jun ll.-Po:'ow-
Ing th new that President Wilson
would not bs present at ths celebration
of the battle anniversary hsre In July.
eml-officlal announcement was mad to
day that former Prmldint Taft would
be hr to prld over the great gath
ering and to deliver the principal ora
tion on July 4, th cloolng day of th
Though mere bad bsen doubt for
soms wesks that Mr. Wilson would ha
hare, the definite announoement caused
disappointment among all tho locally
connected with arrangements for th
Blips bsvs been taken to gather to
gether many a poulbl of th Qt
tyaburg women who years go stood on
ths strt ot thl town and sang patri
otic aong so Buford cavalry gal
lopeo inrougn in preparation for the
fight of the first dx.
QUOTE PATRICK HENRY.
Call for a Mass Meeting Bears
Headline, "Give Me Liberty or
Give Me Death."
TQJRO, Jun 1 Postsr calling
mas meeting for io-morro and btar-
lng th headline, "Olv Ms Liberty or
Otv M Dsath Patrle Hsnry," war
pasted to-day by agitators on some
wall la th vicinity of th Unltod Stat
Bmbseey and at othsr points In th
The organisers nf th aeet'ng 4 solars
that thslr objoto I to soeuro a more
detaralaw diplomatic attitude against
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HOPS, SKIPS; JUMPS
ACROSS THE OCEAN
TO KEEP IN TRIM
Champion Gustav Lindblom,
the "Human Flea," Comes
Here for Athletic Games.
Six feat and two Inohsa of hop, ship
aad jump arrived in port thlo morning
aboard the C. F. Tletgen of tho Scandinavian-American
line. Ouetav Lind
blom the human flea, thay called htm
aboard the steamship has Journeyed
from his horns In Stockholm to show
American how to hop, skip and Jump.
And Lindblom knows bow, for last year
he waa champfAn. In thla particular
form of aport In the Olympic games.
The twenty-year-old ochoolboy kept
In training all the way over from Swe
den. He hopped, skipped and Jumped
about the ship from morning until
light Hla fallow pa seen iters caught
the fever and were bopping and skip
ping on the way up the bay thla morn
ing. It waa Ilka a ahlp with St Vltua'
dance Lindblom never walked up or
down the companlonwaya. Instead h
caught hold of th handrails and slid
from ons dsch to th other.
'I limply can't help hopping aad
kipping and Jumping," said tho athlete.
Ever alnce I could walk I have been
Jumping about Whan I was a little
chap I uaed to practice running up and
down stairs. I Anally got so that I
could clear five atepa at a time. Tha
bop, skip and Jump Is wonderful exer
cise. It brings every muscle ,ln ths
body Into play. If stout people would
only take up the exerdae thay wouM
find themselves In condition In a short
Llndtolom'e hop, skip and Jump record
Is forty-tight fet flv Inches. He will
go to Chicago to compete In athletic
game next week and than hope to
tour th country.
WANTS INGALLS'S STATUE.
Kansas Doooa't Ltk .Way Capitol
TOPEKA. Has.. June lt-Lleut-Oov.
Sheffield Ingalls of Atchison said last
night that ho will ask tha nszt Legis
lature to require Congass to return to
Kansas tha status of his father. Senator
John J. Ingalla, whleb now to In th
Hall of Fame at Washington, and that
It be placed In Phs rotunda Of ths Stats
House at Topska.
Mr. Ingalla aaya that Statuary Hall
at Washington Is ths target for many
humorous newapsper comments that
guided (n the Capitol ars quoted a re
ferring to the statues as "tho guys,"
and that reverence for th national
sanctuary seems to have diminished.
MAY OWN LAND IN JAPAN.
Rlgrkt Granted to Babjecte of Arts
tria and Italy.
TOKIO. Jun ll-Japan haa ratified
ths new commercial trestles with Aus
tria and Italy providing for the right of
subjects of thoss countrlee to own real
property In Japan. This right la oon
dltlonal upon Austria and Italy grant
ing Japanoss a similar right Ao thi
law pasewd in th Dlt authorising for-
slgnsrs to own real estata In Japan 1
not yet In fore thl clauss for too
present to without sffoot
V. a. Ooaanl Oaves r renehaaa's Lit.
I-AHls. June 1A-The life of a French
man taken prisoner by the Fodiral
troop In Mexioo wa saved by th In
tsrvsntlon of Js H. Johnson. Amsrl
nan Consul at Matamoroa, In tha Stats
of Tamaullpas, according to Information
whlah reached the Freneh Foreign
Ofll to-day. Pierre Bametabo, who
waa auapeoted of favoring th rove hi
ttonlsts, had bssn arrested and was
abaut to be eseeuted summarily by tho
Federal military authorities whoa M,
s'joMsBaBB PIOwaaBBBow o4
UITU DAf) DDAIfrC
"II H DMU DIMlL0
nod fro at IVt Pag,)
feet between tho dtttanc
UnataT" demanded Belnap.
Joy could only anowsr: '1 sal
Prior to tho opening of tho
here had bora aaotbor toot of tho sec
ond section of train No. H, which waa
the one behind englae No. UM last
Thursday, by a rua at fast speed from
Now Havpa to this city with frequent
stops upon a alngl application of th
Tho object of thae stops waa to toot
tho Brakes aa 'tha ear under servtos
from a different mgtn than tha on
which srasaod ths parlor aar Skylark.
Tho train wa sent book to Now Haven
with Instructions to those in charge not
to Interfere with tho apparatus aa It aa
ths commit. of stpsrts wish to aa it
la further torts.
""Mr. MoChord began proceedings by
"In conducting this Investigation tho
Interstate Commtrce Commission has
Invited tho Publlo Utilities Commission
to tak. part I believe wo are all here
and may proceed."
MAM OF MINI OF WRECK ARB
Philip J. Dohsrty, counsel to tho In
torotato Commerce Commission, sug
gested that th physical aspect ot ths
scans of tho wreak bo taken uo. He
described tBls first by means of maps
aad plana prsparod by tho New Haven
road, and Jamas Booth, an engineer of
th railroad, explained the detailed maps
to the Commlslaon.
John J.. Dodan, train dispatcher at
Now Haven. toatkBod to th operation
Of tho two section of train Jfo. ML tho
wrecked -train, bat as hla Jurisdiction
extended from Now Havra only to
South Norwalk. ho was excused quickly.
and Thomas A. Reading, who boldfi ths
is post at South Norwalk. was
called. Ho road from his time sheet
the running time of both sections of tho
train from Sooth Norwalk to Stam
Th first section ran from south
Norwalk to Dartsn In flv minutes,
from Da lien to Olon Brook four min
ut. and iron Olon Brook to Stamford
two mlnltes. Tho second section.
Dougherty's train, aada the same
tretchee la seven, thrss and one min
ute, respectively. It I a fraction over'
mile and a half from panan to aism-
ford. eo Doughsrty waa ooing Better
than ninety miles an hour oa tha last
atratah before tho crash.
The regular schedalo calks for eleven
minutes, aa both Dougherty and th
first Motion made It but Dougherty
mad hla run by a final spurt, aftor
having mad th first two stretch
somewhat more slowly than tho first
Commissioner MoChord brought oat
too fact that fractional ml as Is are
never noted, go that Dougharty time
for tho mil and a half ran might havs
mors than a minute, though Read
ing thought not mjch more, aa It then
would have boon reported aa two
RULt It NOT INPORCCO, HK
Benjamin I. Bpoek, lawyer for the
railroad, took Reading In hand aad mads
If a train passes a tower after oao
minute, but prior to th half mlnut fol
lowing, wo gsneraUy call It a minute.
If It passes ths minute and a half w
call It tha following minute. Thus
4.01.11 v would ho recorder aa Ml whit
4.91.I7 would bo rioted sd as to to use
these as sxamplea.
But thsro Isn't any sal about It.
Ton Just put down any old tlm you
lihr suggsatsd Mr. McChord.
"No, air; not any old time, x believe
tho rule I hav motlond la generally
There is a rale la regard to thla mat-
tar, thenf racial mod Mr. McChord.
1 believe tho rule haa been raforeod
st Stamford. Otherwise, I think It Is
Imply th custom among dsBpatehsra."
Th lime-sheet showsd that Doughsrty
had driven 1.11 mile la on minute.
about ninety alios an hour.
CLOCK HAS NO SECOND HAND
More rorelatlona aa to the New Ha
ver.' method of docking Its trains -ams
from William Mason, tho towsrman at
nien Brook, who tostlflsd: "My clock
has no second hand on it"
Q- Tet yoa Hock treinsT A. Tra, I
plaoo th time at tho nsaroirt minute.
Q. Bat yoa hav no second hand to
help juii A. No, air.
Q. Is yo.tr dock acoaratof A. I don't
think It was very accurate I had had
It repaired ssvsral limss and Jsst before
the accident I had corrected th tlm
on my slock after call log up tho train
Q. How did bs gtv you the
whsn yoa had ao second handT
you hav to guess at itT a. No, air, h
gave a ths waot mlnut and I no
ticed bow much my clock was off.
Mr. Bpoek took some of tho sting out
of ths testimony by developing the fact
that both train wsra oiockod by tn
sams Urns, so that If tbsrs wr any
rror In oao brain" tlm It appeared
equally la too rafierd of another's.
WAS COINS TOO 'AST TO STOF
Ooorg B. Wood, towsrman at Stem'
ford, testified: "I was sitting at my
desk whoa I taw Dougherty's trato
coming, aad I romombor
some oao, 'I wonder if ho knows where
ha a solaar and than ha etruik.
Q. Old you aotioo anything spoelallyt
A. Why, I noticed ho was coming ia
too faat to step.
Q. wlL attar you saw tho
what dM you dor a, I made a
oa ar shoot aad told the treat
patehar at Now Maria what bad hap-
It developed that thr I a
hand on Wood's slock.
Q. oaa you give aa Mtiaato af ths
speed of ths second ssetlo
should gap about lights) sr twenty
alios oa hoar whoa I first aaw hla,
Q. Waa Store say dkauauttoa of
gpoodf A. I dtoa't aotlss aay.
? Daj sbj
NINETY MILES AN HOUR
I should think about two ear 1 angina
Than Mr. Dohsrty reverted to Read
mg1 (tatemeat that thsr was air
order oa to tlm at th Stamford tower.
"Wa thoro My such ralo at Stam
ford T" lb lawyer asked.
"I nsvsr heard of any such rule. It
was my custom to split on the half
minute, aad It li the custom of all op
era tor I hav com Into contact with "
It developed that an railroad clocks
are sot officially at noon aad midnight
and Wood's train sheot showsd his
clock had boon tsn second alow at noon.
"Will you teH me," demanded Mr
Dohsrty, "how you could toll the clock
waa tan seconds Mow when your dock
had no gaooad handT"
Wood said hs had not set the dock
himself aad dM not know how thla
computation wad reached.
DOUGHERTY IS ALSO CALLED
Theh Charles J. Dougherty wa
called. Tho engineer of the wrecked
train looked much batter toon ho bad
on last Friday, when he brofc down
at Coroner John J. Pbelan's w quest in
Doughsrty said hs hsd boon an en
gineer a little over a year, and Mr.
Donerty ashed: How many examina
tions did you taker'
"I took thrso."
Q. And did yon fall In anyt A. Too,
Q. Whoa did you run your drat train
aa enxtnesr? A. It waa on Boater Bun-J
Mr. Dohsrty aakad whether any trav
elling engineer had ever ridden frith
"No, elr; none ever rod wito. mo."
Q Did yon over got any Instructions
whsn yoa wars not on tho engine? A.
Only on tho morning of tho wreck.
Thon John Franc 1 Carroll mat m at
tha turntable and 'asked where I waa
going. I told him I waa to take out
No. SI, and he oald: "For Ood's aaa
lookout! Th brakea are not holding.
Harmon got Into It yesterday, and
Bar do (Ooneral Manager Bardo) 1 rais
DOUGHERTY ALMOST TOO NER
VOUS TO TALK.
Ths reference to Bardo waa aa addltha
to Doughertys testimony ot Mat Fri
otherwise his testimony was a duplica
tion of his former story. As Dougherty
talked ha began to tremble with nsrvous-
ns until a presently was shaking ilk
a man witk the ague. Hla whole body
rocked to and fro. his Umbo shook and
onoe mors tsars foil from his eyoa
Chairman MoChord Immsdiatsly ex
cused Dougherty, to bo recalled later.
aad tho sngtossr, accompanied by hla
brother-in-law. John J. Dillon, hurried
from the room. He waa completely up
oet by the recollection of the wreck.
homes H. Dunn, conductor of tho
wrecked train, gav strong support to
Doughsrty a atatsmsat that tha sir
brakss had worked poorly st South
Norwalk whoa bo triad to atop sud
denly to avoid a little boy walking too
doss to ths track.
DIONT FEEL EMERGENCY
DRAKES FUT ON.
'Did yoa notice when the emergency
brakss wsre put on?" aakad Mr.
Dohsrty. "No, sir, I can't say that I
fslt the emergency; I thought It waa s
regular service application. Usually an
smergoney will throw you forward If
yam aren't looking for it"
William A. Wilson, baggagsroaoter on
ths sseond section of No. fit, repeated
kJ testimony ot how ho wa thrown
half the length of the baggag oar by
tho application of the emergency
brakes. Ho tsatlflsd, though, that the
emergency atop at Sooth Norwalk had
oardly boea noticeable.
DOUGHERTY IS RECALLED TO
Doughsrty had returned and
ssatsd by a window la ths roar of tho
room Whoa Mr. MoChord recalled him
aad tha anamination ran:
Q. How fast were you running at
Olon Brook? A. ABgut sixty miles aa
Q. When did you begin to Blow down?
A. At tha first eurvo before tho straight'
away Into Stamford. I had tha air oa
then, but X saw It wasa't going to stop.
so I grabbed the whistle and leaned out
of tho window and waved my arms to
them to got out of tho way. It was sll
I could do.
Mr. MoChord was trying to bo as
gentle aa possfbl with tho young en
gineer, and after ha bad Identified tho
complaint book In Which ho had written
complaint "no good" bo was excused
He was vsry nr another breakdown.
The hearing waa resumed at 1.41
o'clock and Dougherty was recalled.
His brother-tn-lsw. John J. Dillon. In
terrupted to oak;
"Mr. Commissioner, will anything this
boy may say bs used against him later?
I havs been tdd by various persons
that hs should hare the advice of
counsel. I wouM Hk the opportunity
of providing It for hint"
It was arranged that Dougherty
ial lor We4Mtty
BTfi A waOjr
I BOX WC
SRiHttrSi tor WeJraiiT
. . . . (Trad. Mark.1
GodkdMCaVtnily ftctod and Skipped by Parcel foat r
should have until I o'clock to got
Barry E. Smith. Dougherty's fireman,
was called. Dohcrty aaxed him mon
he heard the brake put on.
"It waa when I heard Dougherty oall
yellrrw y.' "
g. Th engineer called 'yellow eye.'
did h? A. Yes "
Q. Wa any application of the air
brakea mada before thlo? A. That I
Q. How mony applications of air did
he make before you struck? A. One or
two I am not certain. I didn't hea' the
emergency go on at all, but I looked
over and saw that It was on.
Q. After the emergency application
did yon sss sny effort to rsvorss tho
engine? A. No.
Q. What was ths sffset of tho first
service application? A. Well, I didn't
exactly notice. I didn't notice these
things. I saw the rear of the train ws
Q. Waa there anything you could do
and did to avoid the accident? A. No,
air, I didn't do anything.
BRAKES ON FOR ONLY ONE
Harry L. Palmar, a brakaman on ths
wrecked train, told of the application
of the brakss approaching Stamford.
"Did yon foci any application of tho
emergency trha?" asked Dohsrty.
"Ts; Just before we a truck. It
couldn't have been more than a ato
John Harmon, ths saapondod engineer
who ran by Bridgeport la No. UM en
gine, said la anwer to Mr. Dohsrty:
"I found no difficulty with th engine
1b any way."
q. Bat you ran by tha station? A.
q. wsr the brakes stiff? A. Mo, Mr.
q. Didn't you report earns thing tha
matter with thorn? A. Toa; at Stam
ford I reported tho airpamp waa a tuck.
That waa on Monday.
Harmon waa tn intent that ha had
never encountered any trouble with tho
water glass of ths now engines, though
he had operated several of thorn.
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