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palpable ittempt to hinder the New
lake Thaw back to MattM. in.
1 knew th.it m,in would MYfl COflM to Ifljf frond end," slid Triaw
when told of Jtrnnw'j .irrost.
While Mr. Jerome Wut rtStin with .vli.it lompnsure hi coM mat
ter In the town j.iil, the fxamiti:itin of Harry Thaw by (hp immigration
authorities proceeded lMOI in the rooms Of the Immigration Bureau, on
an upper flooi l I hi Onfld Trunk station. TM examination closfd at
1 O'clock and it :i announced tliat a decision would he rendered at 4
o'clock. Thi de. Mnn would determine, it was said, whether or not Thaw
should be deported a- an insane person and, therefore, undesirable.
INTERIOR DEPARTMENT TRIES TO FREE JEROME. I
In the meantime U T MarThal, n t'ansdlan lawyer or consequence
ad the representative of Mm Interior Department in tho Thaw Batter,
had Interested himself In Mr. Jerome's behalf Hy the term or Mr.
Jgreae's ball bond he wag ordered to appear for trial before Justice or
the Peace James MrKee to-morrow morning. Mr. Jerome I very anitoua
to be footloose when Thaw i released by the Canadian authorities Mr.
Marechal. In order to eld Mr. Jerome, set In motion a plan to get District
Judge Mulvena here from Slirrhrooke and hear the case and thus take
It out or the handi of the local J'istir or the Peace
In the event that Judge Mulvena could not br eecured In time, Mr
Marechal aald he would aak fba Immigration official to withhold tbttr
doclglon until the Jerome matter waf aetUed.
I addition to hie other s-tlvltle Mr. i
Jerome aet on foot aa Inveetlgetlon to
determine how far the Thaw lawyera
figured In having him arreated on a
trivia) obarge. lie aald hie belter le that
the whole affair waa framed up hv the
Thaw Iswvsrs. with tha connivence of
al authorities In order that he
he eut of the way when Thaw la
However. Irepity Attorney
Oeoevml Kennedy and several others are 1
hero to look Bfter Thaw, avea though
Jerome should be held In the meshes
of tha Canadian law.
THAW EXAMINED RIGIDLY WITH
Thaw's examination at the hands of
tha Immigration authorities to-day waa
lengthy and severe. He waa not repre
sented by counsel, the only outeldera
present being two ellenlat In the em
ploy of the Immigration Bureau, who
took turns et questioning him Thaw
eras aaked about everything that rap
p ed to him In hia entire rarrer. The
oaly question he rafuaed to answer
Are you the Harry endall Thaw
who killed 8tenford Vhte?"
Deputy Attorney-' leneral Kennedy
wee elao examined by Ihe Imtngrctlon
authorities, lie recited the rircujii- i
atances under which Thaw waa com
mitted to Metteewan and the history
of his various unaucraeeful attempts j
to gain hie freedom by court action In
New York Stele.
The arreet of Jerome made a t'ostl-1
ceok holiday. All the Idle Inhabliante,
knew about II before it happened. Mr
Jerome waa thoroughly surprised, but
kapt hie temper until ha waa locked In
the aama cell that Harry Thaw oceu
aled an hla flrat visit to (oatlcook laat
August. Al) alone In hie cull Mr. Je
rome ueed many heated words, but
when he reappeared in public viow h
waa eaJrn and smiling.
There le no doubt that Justl Mr
Kee and thoae behind Jnrome's arreet
fally Intended to keep him In Jail for
twenty-four houre or longer. Tbe local
procedure provldee that In a caae like
i that of Jerome the only authority that
aa accept ball le tha Magistrate who
laauea tbe warrant.
As soon ae Justice McCree Issued ti e
rrani be tuoked hs wliiakere inalda
his waistcoat and discreetly feded fro ra
viae. The town folk openly announced
that the Justice wouldn't come back
Mr. Marechal did not learn of Mr
, Jerome' a arreet until ebout half an
' hoar after the New Yorker had been
;leoked up. Then he hurried to the Jail
and aeked te see Ihe prleoner.
"You caa't came In here." eatd the
I grim Jailer. "Nobody can see him."
PUBLIC OFFICIAL BARRED FROM
"I want to remind you," eald Mr.
aha retinal sharply, "that I era an of-
Boer of the Dominion. I do not reoog
nlae the authority of you provincial of-
Conduct me to Mr. Jerome's cell
The Jailer became Immersed In deep
thought, atfor which he conducted Mr.
Marechal to Mr. Jerome i ell. Mr.
Mas-easel In the name of the Dominion
Ooverornent apologised to the New
' York lawyer for the parity pereecuUon
to which ha had been subjected. Then
ha aet about getting Mr Jerome out.
"Wtroro Is Judge MiKe"' he aeked
f tha town's day police forte.
"I don't know where he le.' replied
"Wall, you go tell bint that I want
him to be at his offlve in a very f .
aalnotae prepared to a opt ball for Mr.
Jareme." aald the lawyer.
McKee came to life in a sur
short trine. The policemen
I shads the arreet waa eummotied
'and accompanied Mr. Jerome. Mr.
Marechal and Hector Verret, r'anadlan
i counsel to one lawyera representing the
tats of New York, to Ihe ofhVe of the
Juattaa of the feare. McKee ae there,
pensively pulling hie whlekera.
Mr Verrei. In the meantime had
drawn up a bail bond. Tae Justice
didn't want to sign It He as pgr
JEROME EXPLAINS POKER TO
"It la very plain to mi." aald Jemms
ts Justice McKee.
that you don't know
anythlni about pueei Vou eay thst i
poker le a game f rlianrr It la not. j
It le teklng adtantaKe of the la of
differential ralrulue an I I rtrtu lo prob
sbllltlss" "I'll hevs lo look up my i" books,
said the Justice.
Mr. Marechel and Mr Vgrrgl Insisted
that ball be accepted at once .Mr
Jerome addreseed Joklns . narks in
th Court At laat Justke McKee
signed Ihe ball bond
Mr, Jerome hurried from the court
room to his automobile, which was
standing uuutdc. In his sbsencs some
Coatloook Juker had lung a big "For
gals" Sign on the car Mr Jerome
went lo theUrand Trunk station, whirr
hs conferred for s short time Willi j
the immigration men.
It wsa generally understood thst :
Thaw would be deporteo on the mound i
that ha entered Canada by stealth
sad not on the ground that he le
I nsg as and therefore an undesirable
atlas. Although the immigration m-
gamlned nlm in a teat of hla
.they are sou to haw divided
to drop thst question III order tu avoid
Vsejg drawn ou: session with alienists.
rraetioatly the outiro pgrultkn ol
York authorities In their efforts to!
rvistlcnok was asasrnbled thl morning
around the Town Building In which
tha jail le located, hooting and Jeering
at Jerome and ell the other New Tork
I visitor, tind giving, at frequent Inter
rale. "Three rheere for Harry Thaw"
Capt. John t.anyan. a private detective
who haa ivi aa Jerome aide, waa
thrown out of the Town Hall bodily
on two occasion! when he tried to
,"re hi way to Jerome's call
Thaw and his legal adherents wsrs
In grsat glee over the latest develop
ment. Jerome, who looked on the af
fair ae e Joke at flrat. became hopping
mad after be was looked up, but no
body cm get neer enough to him to ah
eorb hie languaga
PENNY ANTE IN AUTO WHILE
WAITING AT HEARING.
During Ihe Thaw hearing on tbe sec
ond floor of the Grand Trunk Rail
road atatlon yealarday afternoon a
group of repor ters, awaiting the out
coma, lounged In a big touring car In
tho .plasa In readlnese to chaee Thaw
to whatever deaUnatlon he might be
bound for after the hearing. Una of
the reporters euggealed a little penny
ante A tie of cards wss produced
end the genie wear soon In progreee on
a suitcase. Tha automobile waa ris
ible from the wlndowe of Ihe room
In whloh Thaw was being examined
Jerome sauntered to Ihe cor and
leaned against the door. One of the
reporter dealt him a hend. He picked
It up and proceeded to take pert In the
game, which waa more of a Joshing
contest Ihsn s game of cards. several
hands ware deelt to the former lto-tr-et-Attorney
of New York County and
he took part In the pastime for about
half an hour. Then he strolled bach to
the railroad elation.
I Among Ihoee who witnessed this out
rage agalnet the laws of the Dominion
! or Canada waa Wllford Aldrlioh. a
I staid and eteady nlllsea uf Coetlcook.
He a a shocked to Uie Innermost
I depths of his Coatlcooksen conscience.
I end. bright and early to-dav. he haa
I tansd to the ..VI a of C Hanson,
tfis publlr prosecutor,
j At the direction of Aldrltch. the t'oatl
COOk limb of the law draw up Ihe moat
formidable accueatlon witli'n his capa
bilities In Ihe meantime the people of
wiau . .it hid heron o wise to the situa
tion snd guile a crowd trailed rlons
a hen Aldrltoh ami the lewyer hastened
to the urn, e of James McKee, J. I'., who
had been notified in advance tli.it hie
profeeelonal aervlree would lie reiiird.
Judge MrKee promptly affixed hie sig
nature to a warrant aworn oul by Aid
rlWh and handed eame 1.1 John An
drews, the town's day police force.
Andrews, ettended by a constantly
enlarging retinue of good rltlaena of
foallcook, made his way to ths ''osti
um Hotel, where Mi. Jerome e as
striving to get over Ihe effeoto of hu
breakfast. Jsroine and Deputy Ait . -ney-Ueneral
Kranklln Kennedy of Al
bany were seated In the office of the
hotel when Andrews entered at the
head of the admiring parade. All hsnda
ware giggling and nudging and ahnfftlng
In evident Immensity of enloyment
"I want you " sold Andrewe, walking
up to Jero.ne and laying a large heavy
hend upon tile ehoulder.
"What fort" aaked Jerome with a
grin, looking out over the crowd that
lammed every foot of apace In the office.
"I've got a warrant for your arrest for
gambling." said Andrsws.
"Tiiai'e a little foolieh. Isn't It ' aeked
"11 mgy bs ssrloua for you." replied
"Do uu mean it? queried Jerome,
who was beginning to eee, from the eeri
ous dsmsanor of the policeman and the
attitude of the crowd, that there waa
something of moment In the air.
"I do mean It," declared Andrews.
I "and I'd advlee you to coma along with
; me without any fuss or disorder."
White-fared and Indignant, Jerome
1 followed the policeman through the
j crowd and out Into the atret. t'oatl
! rook had heard the newa end waa sue
j pending business. Htores and ehops
were rloeins and men, women and clill-
dren were hurrying in from ell dl- j
It la three blocks from ths Coatl-I
m.ta I J . . t I ... . k -r.,.. .. a.iltil-. ,., 1
v ... . . . . "" 1
. ..... . .. j 1 1 is bbiib si " -..,
wiia s. long as three mllee lo Jerome
...... .... ,.u.,.,,. ., , mm
nanowly. I.toh, s.aurped ,,ion, the
atre-t fiana-d hv I he New rork new.-
p,p.r repoi.er. and Mr Kennedy kJM)
i.i wnin in n eieie lawjera. in 1
the rear came the populace ol (.'oetlrook
hoH-lins In unholy glee. The din was
"Pill him Irr Jell Down with
Jerome' " "llirrah for Harry Thswl''
'DrlVO the New Yorkers out of tuwnl"
gSre so ne vf the cries that aross from
FOUR BANDITS ROB
PAYMASTER OF $16,000
COLUMBIA, H Oh Pept (.Four
hgjldltl are reported lo have held up,
sh t snd rolihed a psymaster of III. 000
gl the power plant being conetrucled
at Pary Knoal, twenty-two in, Us north
uf kgre llluodliuunde heve been cent
to the scene from the State penitenti
THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1913.
COME BACK, BUT
Mandsoine Alleged Highway
men. Accused of Robbing
Dancer, Under $5,000 Bail.
BOMBSHELL IN COURT
Miss Raymond Says
Promised Restitution if She
COURT HOLDS MEN
I In any way incapacitated from duty.
He admitted that he we auepandad In
Hetirv Wllllame twentv-egven yeare'i.n, for disregarding signals, also In
old, and Hugh Oaten, twsnty-nlirs, the Itll in connection with a freight train
handsome alleged highwayman, oharged collision. 'The hrakss wars no good
with having aaekulted end robbed Mies '" ,n"' case.'' he said.
Rsymond a dancer of gl too worth 'of '"hafes II Morrison, signal snglnser
jewelry on July 10. were to-day held In 2 ,nVr,md' 'h,t blonk ,y,,,m
kept the trains about km mils spart.
tho lorkvlU. court for Hpj.l Passion. T,y.flv, of th, 1M UBal, b.twt-n
In ball of M.0OD ssoh. Ns Haven and riprlngllefd have eatttlon
Tha Story told by Miss JUjrmond waa algnale. Me eald the semaphore systsm
that ths men. under pretenee of finding j waa better than the eyatsm used by ths
a tasloab for her, got hsr In a hallway, I road, hut hs admlttsd that hs had
wasting for the rain to eaaas. than never recommended a change for the
knocked bar down and look her Jewelry, i batter.
ftha becarn her own poboamaa and after
the polios had failed to find the men. of
whom shs bad given a good deaorlptlon, i
grabbed them booh on Broadway and
rnrtr-eeventh etreet on the lurnlna nt
Aug. sV A watoh and otialn found on
Oatena was Identified by Andrew Carney
han. of Chicago, ae having been abslan
mreuj-o. ae naving oeen asoion i
whsn hs was held up by the '
r men the night before. !
AYS MAN SLIPPED LOST JEW-
Silky into her hand.
The oaae haa corns up for arraignment
eeverel llmee but haa heeti continually
puetponed. The men weia In court yee
terday afternoon, and anotiisr postpone
ment until to-day waa nad. Mlae Ray
mond to-dav exploded a bombshell in
Ihe oamp of her alleged aasallints and
robbers of hsr Jewelry, flhe told the
court that yesterday aRornoon. wh.le
eltting In tile courtroom a man sidled
up to her and before ehe was awars
of It slipped her loel Jewelry into her
hand. She did not know who the man
waa. but had told Policeman Rose and
Wejmen of the occurrence, who took
the Jewelry from her to bold aa evidence
In Special Mess lone
Mies Raymond also told Magistrate
McQuede that Oatena. who had been
out on ball had made ssvsral vlalte to
her houee et No. 107 Weat Sixty-third
Street, and tied offered to eee that the
Jewelry waa returned. If aba would
temper her evldenoa so that ths caae
would not go against htm an dhls pal.
Hhe eald that ehe hed consented to do
this, wlahltrg shove all things Is gal
her Jewelry baok, and not intending to
keep her agreement.
Whether the return of the Jewwlry waa
ihe reauli of Oatena' promises, h did
not know, she said, hut that waa what
had happened Magistrate McQuade
promptly he.d ihe men end put the bell
IN RED LI6HT DISTRICT
Kansas City to Have a Mother to
MothtrtM Who Will Try to
Save UnJerworlJ (iirls.
K ANSAS PITT, Mo.. rt.(it. .'
w.mian who Mill "Walk n heat
largajy of disorderly re.orts
A nil io.- I
and cafes ,
friiiieiitet by all-ni!il merry -suakera is
ew aevesaiesj according to a derision
rag oka il by the Kanaaa flty Hoard of
Police Oomtmssfcaneri to-d;iy. The com
mlasioiiera announretl the poiirewoman
is to lie "the city's mother to the motiher.
Iee. rather than a ranting moralist,"
and that her prairlpaJ duty will be to
help thoae n ho vtlah to he helped, but
because of imIsI ooadlilgris, vs no
friend to uhom to apply.
"We nrHI OOSeldor the PoU e eparlmeiit
sgstpJi repaid if we eavc rni wrong
living a half dosen girls." suld Commis
sioner IteynoUls. "nut ae expect ths
Bollcswoinan lo do far more than that."
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS
TRIES TO KILL HIMSELF.
i Mm r-ouml
oi-in In the Park Row
wae ldentmed ae WilHam
No M4 I'ac.inr atreel.
H Item, of
Hrookln, attempted aulcide In e waah-
,, ,h. ...K,h sk.
ow Building this aftern.ron.
,. fon w ,,,
, ,ummimag ,,,.
Ills tin- I
The man (
Ills cnndltton ts aerloua.
Among the I'fTecta In the man's cloth-
Ing waa a card wheh led to Identifies-;
lion and alen showed "hat the would-be
aul Ids le e conimlaetoner of deede.
There was nothing to Indh ate why Rem
oought o kill hlmeelf
CAMINETTI WHITE SLAVE
CASE 60EST0 THE JURY
I HAN KHANi'mco, Sept. tV Ths rase
'of K Drew v'amlnettl. charged with vlo-
latlug the Mann white slave eel, waa
j given to the Jury ehortly efler noon
Ralph Nt. louts Poatsaasler.
WAflHINOTON, sept. 6. Cajak aipii
waa to day sel'led by President Wilson,
upon the recommendations of Senators
Heed end Stone, for poetmaotar at Ht.
I .mils. Mo Ills nomination was later
sent to the eaata.
VICTIMS TO STEAL THEIR JEWELRY
(Continued from First P)
he New Haven fined between Spring
field and New Haven The root, a mile
apart, are of the banjo' tvpe."
Millar described hie runs, and said
that hs hsd opportunity for twelvs
houre sleep before beginning duty Mon
dsy night. He left Spring-field at 1.9
the morning of the wreck with the
I brakes of ons of ihs cars of hat train
I "out off."
Miller denied emphatically that ha
had been flogged at Wller.tr a station
Q, How far w-aa ths flsgmsn ahead
of jrntif A. About ninety feel.
Q. How fur were the torpedoes
ahead of the flagmen? A. About
Q Where waa the flagman? A. In
the dltoh beside ths tracks.
Miliar denied thet ha waa alsepy or
Droge, superintendent of Ihe
"nore i.me Division, anmitteo that mors
trainmasters wsrs needed.
Th hearing began with Engineer A.
"sWIgf and Flagman C. H Murray,
under arreet, aocuaed by Coroner Mix
of criminal rtapnnetblllty for tho wreck.
John C. Kelly, deepolchar who haa
' ----- r
cnp of trLn h,u' w"
"How mn' did you ha'
tween houre of 4.M and tjg on the
mnrnlng of tho wreck?" "Five," he an
awered. Q. Do tralra run by train orders snd
time card? A. Tee.
Q. Have you a bloak aystem, A. Yea
Q. What were the weather conditions?
A. Very foggy.
Q. Did sny trains malts schedule
Mme? A. No.
Q Whs tt reported any signals were
eut of order. A. No.
Q Ild you have Instruatlons to order
caution on the part of the trainmen un
der such conditions? A No.
tlX TRAINS PASSED WITHIN
Q Then six tralaa paeeed there la tt
mtnutea? A. Tea.
Tha witness rsad a road rule govern
ing the engineers' operation ef trains,
whsn hs waa ssked: "Does any rule
demand that the engineer ehall stop two
minutes at a block when the train In
front baa left an automatic caution sig
nal?" Q. Tou had live passenger trains in the
ten miles between Airline Junction and
Walllngford? A. Yee; we hsd seven sig
nals. Q. And on a foggy morning? A. Yes.
I thought the automatic elgnal would
protect the train.
Engineer Rufus W. Won is of second
Dl wits railed.
y Were you untitled your train was
In order when you went on dirty? A.
All was as Usual
Q. Could you see slgnsts? A. Tee
Q Your brakee were not working
well? A. No.
Q. You etopped at warning signal, but
your engine drafted a little'.' A. Yes.
Q. It went by tha elgnal? A. Tee, a
Q. Now, when you approached banjo
a. did you heve to stop? A. Yea.
Q. How far could you eee it? a. About
W How far did you overrun the signal
by drifting? A. About seven cars. 1
Q- Did you whistle back a flag?
g Did ou call him bark? A. Yes,
the conductor ordered m to.
Q How long after you whistled did
ths wreck occur? A. About twa mln
utea Q. You don't know whether or not the
rear of your train cleared tbe signals
when you stopped" A. No.
Baa aa? aaa waned tha read
about the banjo signals A Yes,
ths eagiaeere' committee gold thorn
a yea age the etgwals vara aa
y How frequently do engine drift
by signals in foggy weather? A At
least ones a trip.
(J. Did you report this to ths com
pany, and were any teats made by ths
company to sse if engineers did drift
by? A. No.
Q. How fast could you run snd observe
the rule again at pasalng a algnalT
A Not over ten or fifteen miles an
Q How long haa 1 been since you
were examined in book of rules?
A Not since I was made engineer.
Q And a new rule book haa since
been adopted? A. Yea
Q. You've never been examined on the
new riles at air A. No, I resd the
new book some, though
On rroes-eamlnatlon Wunds testified
he had bags) cautioned to sacrifice speed
for safety by one road foreman Vari
ous roadmen had ridden with him. he
aald. but none had been with him when
he drifted past stgnsla
NO FLAGMEN ORDERED BACK,
Fireman D. J. liar nf at hsr of tha
wrecked train was called. He teeU
Ited his train had e lopped at two
elgnala before the wreck, but -ghad
drifted past. No flagmen weri or
dered back, though one stpp waa four
minutes, lis thought Ihe train had
aloppad al Banjo II about three
mlnulee before they had pulled up
some distance and stoppsd again. Tha
conductor gave Hie elgnal to atop
when they did pull up. and tbe flag
man waa called In. The wreck oc
curred two mlnutaa later.
He teetlfled he had been a firemen
seven years and had never been ex
amined on the book of rules until
tbraa month age.
Conductor Bruce C Adams of the Bar
Harbor train was called. He testified
that tb flagman bad stopped Klrst No.
BODIES OF TRAIN
M at Wilson, several mllee from Spring
Held. They left 5 a' Wilson. They
next etopped at a tunnel near Hartford,
but did not eee No. M. -. hey next
etopped at rtanjo No 1.1 and ht saw a
person the though to be e flagman get
off and go back. T.ie engineer was
having trouble with hla brakee and one
Pullman was sticking and throwing on
Its smergeney hrake.
Q. How long did Ihs trsln stop? A.
Three or four minutes
Q. Tho rear end went by the elgnal
A. I think so.
Q. Then you gave a eigne i to move
up. did you? A. Tee.
Q. Then vou etopped and called th
flagman? A. Yes, I was going to wsll
a minute fnr him end If he d d not come
I waa going on.
Q You wou'd have left him? A.
tea, but I needed him.
Q. You knew the other train waa Just
bshlnd you, ysi you stopped and waited
for the flagmen? How long after the
torpedoes exploded did the wreck occur?
A. About 10 or 10 aeconde. Almost Im
mediately. Q. How many torpedoes did you hear?
A. Two. about a rail length apart
Q. How much longer ens It between
the epacs between the two torpedoe ex
plosions snd the specs between the laat
explosion end the crash? A. Not very
Q. How far past th signal .was tha;
rear snd of your train. A I didn't .
Tha condnetor alao teetlfled that
hla train hag fregweadj ran bp
Btgaala, hat ha bad sever kaowa
way owe to be disciplined far tha I
mls's violation. Be had kaowa
sgrxaen not to go baok far enough.
Be told of aa lastaaoo whoa ha
reprimanded riegrman gfarray far
gotag back oaly two oar leagthe be
hind a train to guard Its rear. Be
declared that never bat oaee hag
he ever had any official to laapeet
his xsege ef operatJag a trade.
On croae-axamlnation be etatad be
waa fsmiiisj with the rule governing
uioi, ooi run not reported en
gineers for over running elgnala he
ceuee the engineer pumped up hi air
as soon se possible and went on sbout
Q. Did you tall your flagman to go
baok at Signal No. 23? Mr. MoChord
aeked. A. No; I hadn't seen hlin since
1 left Springfield
Q You didn't think it your duty? A
I thought I gaw him going beck through
Q. Tou were seven car-lengths from
ths eesr of your trsln. or s d stance of
UO fsst from the rear of the elgnal 7
asked Mr. Hainan A Yea
Q. And you could see your flagman
go hack? A. I could see something.
Q. Would the engineer heve gone right
along If you had not etopped him?
Berry. A Vee he would
havs gons right along.
Q. Thsn you waited four minutes, two
mlnulee. for your flagman? A. I wasn't
over a minute, eltenng his testimony
of a few minutes before We wouldn't
have been a minute ahead of that other
train If we'd gone right on without
Flas'nan Murray, twen'y-tw, vars
old. said tie patmed th rules exanilnn
tlon whan he entered the ssrvlog Inst
He a eel a red he had never quali
fied aa a flagman, aad that hs had
aevsr reoelred any last ructions as
to tho duties of a flagman aad
really knew nothing but the rules
for a brakeman.
He denied that he had stopped No. 93
a Conductor Adams swore that he had
and eald that he had not seen or heard
any train behind No. 1 after leaving
Springfield. He eald he had received
no Instructions from Conductor Adams.
Q. Where was hanjo S3 when you
started hack from i-nup l.ilni 1
lnnkcd ahead. I don't Ihlnlf It Bea In
front of the rear end of the train.
U Did you hear other trains Burning?
A. Not until I had r btrtgd to light
my fuse. I di ppexl my whits light
and started tn wave my red light when
th ' train was on me. I lumped J .at In
time to get awav
y. When No. stopped after the ac
cident w'.iere were you etundtng in re
gerd to Ihe cars on No, set .'.. I wis
at Ihe bagkSge car. but the whole
train didn't paes me I wasn't back
Ha swore that Conductor Adama had
never instructed or reprimanded him
I about (lagging too closs behind a train,
refuting ths conductor's statement Ha
declared he had no watch, as Ig re
quired of regular flagmen, and had
never Keen ln,l.,,i,IMl .a ,
said hs had nsver had one except for
ons or two weeks. He added:
I wee a spare gagman oa passea
gwx tralaa. I haven't worked aa
"1 told st the Coroner's hearing I
was six or seven telegraph poles back,
he aald In answer to a question, "but I front of her home at No. M Morrell
know now that was a mlstaks. 1 wasn't street, Wlllldnurftmrg. Mamie Relies,
near that far hack." four years old, naa knocked down and
Mr. narry croas-examlned Murray, i Instantly killed this afternoon. Th
M Vou were examined as a aggaenfgr I driver. Hamuel Frledland. twenty-eight,
train man laet year? A. No, but 1 1 of No. Wn 0tocklon street, said that ha
knee the issenger rules. 1 did not see the child plunge under the
y How far would you have gone back' wagon until too late and before he
If you he i not been called in? A. I could pull up his horae the rear wheel
would have gone hack and placed the paeeed over the dilld'e chest. llod
rlist torpedo at the eighteenth pole and1 ltt"u '" r rooted and later releaaed
the second st the thirty-sixth. to be arraigned in tha Manhattan Ave-
lie declared that us put. only two tor
podues on the rails, on rail length
apart, and that he did not place any
until he w.is called in by the whistle.
"I was still walking up the track when
I waa called In," he said "Whsn th
whistle blew I lui the torpodoee down
and started ba k. I didn't have bin
about three minutes to go hack."
Harry Hndges. negro porter on the
third Pullman of No. Hi, said he aggro
no torpedoes snd did not hear any
whistle except when the crash came
f, l Bundy, baggagamaater on No
Rs appeared with one arm bandage!
as a result of the accident. He declared
he had noticed twice on the night of
the wreck that hie irain had overrun
elgnala. He declared that the conduc
tor had aignalled to move up and the
train had pulled up half a car length,
where It etopped for th flagman. The
torpodoee. he said, saplodod Just a few
seconds before the crash cam. Ha
ald he did not know whether ths flag-
eiueye co at
'COLLEGE OF GODOT;'
LONDON SCHOOL, SET
AFIRE BY MILITANTS
Structure That Cost 5500,000
to Build Saved by Vigilance
liVDOV, Hop. 8 Dutwtoh College.
the famous school In th southern sub
urb of tondon. which in 170 cost
ItVMrVjo ts build, waa sat on flre In two
rlarea early to-day. and tuffragetts
literature pinned tn Ireee in tha viem
1 1 with women's hatplna la aorepted
ss proof thet a militant suffragette
"arson squad" wea rearponstbls for the
A policeman on patio! duty In the
neighborhood discovered the outbreaks
in t'me to get three flre brigade on
the erene before serloue damage to
rhe hendaome building hed been dona
A quantity tit emptv petroleum cans
snd traree fn Illuminating oil ecattered
on ilia floors of aume of the rooms In
dicate that the tire was an Incendiary
Duiwlnh College, known ae the "Col
lege of flod'e Olft." bas bssn In exist
ence sines 1119. whsn It was founded
by Hhakeapeara'e friend. Edward Al
leyn It provldee higher echoal edu
cation for over too hoys and also haa
a lower grads school attached to It.
MANCHESTER. England. 8ept. S.-A
mail sorter In the (leneral Post-Office
here waa dangerouely woundad this af
ternoon by the explneloa In hie hands of
a bomb. Investigation showed that the
package had contained gunpowder, and
the police l.lumed euffragsttas.
BI6 AUTO TRUCK RUNS
DOWN TWO CHILDREN
Driver Flees When He
Victims Lying in the
t'Moniena Ivisenta, fifteen years old.
and her aiater Um five, of No. JUr
Weet One Hundred and Klihteen'r,
street, were to-day knocked Jmn by
an auto truck of the Long Island Soap
Works, ae they attempted tu cross La
fayette etreet. nenr Walker. Pllomene
received a fracture of the left thigh
and her right knee waa badly bruised.
Lena sustained contusions of ths soalp.
Ths children were on the!- wey to
th Board of Health where Lena wes
to be vaccinated, so that she could
to school on Monday. The truck was
being driven by John Brown, while th
regular chauffeur, Matthew O'Natl!. aa:
beside him. as did alao Jack Harr, owner
of the machine. A hora truck shut
out fie view of the girls from the ep
proaohlng auto, which ewerved In
toward the sidewalk as It pasted the
truck. The children were taken to the
Hudson Hospital, llrown Jumped from
Dig auto when he saw the children lying
prone In the muddy street, llarr and
i Nelll wear taken to the Tombs Police
Court. O'Neill was dismlassd and hla
Mary PitzpatriCk Will Receive S30,
Tm k From Railway Mag
alary a. fttavatrlok, aviio for mam
years was confidential secriary and
Anallolal adviser to the late Marv Ade
laide Verier, widow of the late Charles
T. Verkes, railway magnate, and who
married Wilson Wlxnr, will receive
tan.isio from the Yerxes estate, according
to a compromise effected to-day ami
wha'li whs ratified by Surrogate Kow
ler. Kar'.y this year M.t IMaiair,vk filed
suit against Mrs. Yerkes'a estate and
executore of her will for toO.ODO. claim
ing that her services In advising lira
Yerke in business ventures and In so-
ostl matters wss worth that much and
that Airs Yerkee had never paid the
Child Raw Over and Killed.
Running between th front and rear
wheels of s wagon while at play In
nue roll c Court to-morro
HAVE YOU TRIED ITT
lakes Cold Hot Maats Tasty
A Dellrisw Bole Dreeevag
I ijr HKAUY TO
DEFER OF TAMMANY
IN THE BRONX SUFFERS
Tax Appraiser Is Ordered Sup
planted After Declaring for
for defiance of Tammany Hall-offlclal
beheading within 11 daya
Tola hag been the crime and punish
ment of Frederick C. Humphreys of the
Bronx, until yes.erdtty tag appraiser at
R000 a year.
One wash ago to-night Mr Hum-
phrsys. who used to bs a Tammanv
district leader, declared at a meeting
of tha Wanpanoag Club that the club
membership should go over bodiiv i.,
the Jafferaonlan Union, an organisation
controlled by friends of Euaene Me.
Outre, Independent Democrat and bitter
roe of Tammany, althoush once a rnm.
Inenl Tamilian) :te
Reports of the Humphreys speech
wars at once taken to Kourtaamh
"OR wlih his bead " was tha order.
And eo It haDDenad. Vaail a i as
Humphreye'e official head was neatly
guiuoiineo oy ntata Comptroller
Mr. Bohmer appointed Thome ?...
ley to Humphreye'e place Mr. Turley
naa neen loyal to Tammany during the
tight against Murphy by McOulrs.
rtlchard H. Mitchell Assistant Cor
poration Counacl. was nominated for
tie borough Presidency of the Imsi
thle morning by the Committee on V.v
canclee of the lJemo u-etlc orgar.lxntlon
of the H um
Mr. Mlfhell was formerly A Slate
.Senelor and ha been a lifelong Dmg
oral. He has a wld. scqualntance In
the Bronx, where he has Jived for many
years. He is about forty -flirt yeas
old and married
Three week ago the Bronx Demo
crat named Judge John M. Tlerncy
for the noroi'gh Presidency. n (ie-
i lined because by serving our eara
irur on tha bench tie will he eligible
lor an annual pension of 15. mm.
The Committee on Vacancies, com
posed of the six Democratic leaders of
tho Bronx, haa since been IoowIuk fol
an available candidate.
In addition to the norn.ee. others
Famous as the
I ITr.de Marfe. .
SptcM ht Friday, Stpt. 5th
HABVKHT HOME CANDY -An efluel.
Ir dl elded bos ef Crystal I lied
Creme do Meathe (turns snd As.
eerie Cher elates in tsiaar V gfham
PO, Nn BOX IUC
Special for Friday & Saturday
CHfX OI.ATK COVKHKU AaaBrtll
dKI.l.IW -A splendid rolleetlua of
eilStglled sems In various fruit
flavors, covered wllh our
fameus Chocolate. f Aga.
Hit Ml BOX. J.gPC
MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED AS-
SOKTE.U rrtlian rnuil The most
luarloua Concord I Irenes. BlBrkber
riee and Baepberrlcs. also purtloaa of
bidden Ripe Hearhe. splr v Bahanr
Plneapnl. Juliv Itartlett fear and
red -cheeked Haldwln Aplea first
dipped 1 rreaia. then rover I
with eur famous I'remluau MA
k ways S9C
rata Bew. CoMlaadl. llsSih street aad BmoklTn rtlores open evert eveola
II a'elaek. All ear sleree ssaa reti,rdar evenlsss until II JSZSC
M BARCLAY STREET
Carnar Waal bVoedwev
t CORTLANDT ST.
471 FULTON ST.
Cor as r Elm flaoe. Brook I j
considered were John Qutnn. John 3
Fox. John T. Rhlnahardt aad Von,,
DAZED BY BLOWS, MAI
DRIVES OFF TWO THUGS.
Police Search Unsuccessfully fo:
Parties Who Attempted
Two tough looking young men will,
soft caps pulled over their eyes walker)
Into the little Jewelry etore of Henry
Hehald at No. 217 Itowery They aakeu
to look at some rings. Hehald was alons
In the etore and went back and seleetvii
a tray of rings.
The young men unlatched a wire dooi
at the head of the counter end stepped
down efter him As he looked up st
baseball hat. wrapped In a single fold
struck him heavily on top nf the hat
A erond blow fell and Hob Id
dropped to the floor He rolled over
aa a third attempt eras made to ortJah
hie akull and gnt within reach ot fat
resh drawer, rrom which he took a
volver, which he flred at the robbers
rtoth rsn sway, turning aaat from
the Bnwery toward Rtsnton street
They disappeared Into No. to Stanton
street. Ml Policeman Oris and other
who helped him eearch the halla and
roofs of the tenement coull find noth
ing of them. Hehald wis sttsndsd by
Burgeon Patchln or ilouverneur Hospi
tal and left for ills home.
at a Bargain
On T'u-addT. Hit. H, w are oprnlrtf p
our nw mill r m'JlT,tl u iMuAtajtl t
' -V.-i It. t, ,; i but n ttii n rruo. Stm
Tori ri! !timt. m tit Npw York Lamm
Mfj M tS .irrtrj abort, '1irirtl op-
latAltt C .TU T ttlitMt. T'.W d'lh ll.lHOt. If
Ugh, dry go.) frrfn- ml rrn ate
iiV'i A ilk ff ft I i l ' i I ,rf tutMnsi 1
nht a h- trtiliy m.-l wulilu 5 nM
Mrs!a of jttiiin etri'l nng hour froji tb
.nit tffaltfa -J Nt" Warn.
In trtttltron to til tb' it dill
NniM 1mm t'tt RiifUrt t leoHIIirrl
ftnitpripj at K i j a- ' Kr-riwirt,
' i 'I Itft ll "Tia trVfthltrit H rU.
ur ib inratef r"i .i!th'n ni 1 7,000 pv
hk. antl t'iprj l-.'.e m , j rijr g tnm
v.ri-i t t,00Q nmt T tht fimt 60 who
IHffrl t 'tt a.rrt'.-inrit w WU twll djioh
Url Ijr twt. hwh nrr tt fm
iiMt uf tM idti1 K it omt If 'n iota aoM
'Uttt-naT Irrtm . don ui J $&
iii"Tjtl' U ursn'tHtl titl.
H: tr.teft llMsta It a art on Iht tmllttA
i: ! in i 'it i,n Bin
i'tf ' t ai T 1 i le ar. opieirtunitt
n( a nfadaaM ffc pfOftiriag aidb'vrn riagftf a
,t ,. than itf (juarttr nf tu u pM trut t
or la a
p. u ii WW ' ii ma i i ot tu
fgt i.tit . r ''ii iit-irr it r an mim
profit! on vovf Itfaannfiit, rt. bot ir-ia,
t: if frt rrT fi tl'r' T-'t tin r
..fi'1r ill ftf hef ift Tiei)aT mini, 7$.
B, BRI te, .it; lh iifarr, mmmwBm i
Mild enough to
be smoked before
and after breakfast,
before and after bed-time.
The Lirio size, 3 for
25 cts. Box of 25, $2.00,
Spuial lot Saturday, Sept tth
CIIOtOLATfc HI TV KM
W AI-Klia -IHaea nt l,,la
avoteh Caadr with an Irreelai
,-n.N-uiai. riHviir. inese
ere Itltle nialernlerea In
Mil Ml MIX
fn AN KiN.M.a
.elected re.ee Kata, fur.
nslaud Maple MUg, aad
feriloni-r'a Hnsar are The
feSranTfe Tl" 5"' '"!. '" n ''
-en leri la
"ur rt-aj. iiiti', Yttllir.
Vou know whiif tn fpM't.
Friday tft Saturday
VERY HIGH CRAUE BONBONS
inenl nt axnsrlsjs rsafMeTss mads
.-I...... ..i..- ,."... , ur ,M ais.
rrliuliiailng ,and Iniiers , in, eee.
oeni'e and annricliiie blah uuallir,
dellshtful tutor and larlet.. la.
nerlirr In eierv war I" nv NIK
am mn: .
lien elennerr. Iralntlli put
lanes or nrclloilliceil
llhllc r t . rll ran .
I-iii vi mix
Corner Fulton re
147 NASSAU ST REST
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