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3 BOMB OUTRAGES
Responsible for Death of Mrs.
Herrera and Taylor Woman,
and Sent "Box" to
Rosalsky, He Says.
HIS STORY INVESTIGATED
Police Find He Had Prison Rec?
ord in Jersey?Dougherty
Believes Confession, but
District Attorney's Of?
fice Is Skeptical.
? " of
a Paul Par ? m that he
B the perpetra!
trocioiis bon ? lu.'ii
police have had to < ig the
lam y.-ri?. the ? ' and
r Ihe ?. ir] i obo
? '.?? m No,
l !'.'". : ? Bronx,
' ??' . the
id tl n.
? ? ? He? ; ??
omi ? gherty he had
-. ? ?! .i? the same .irn.- that he ;
th? Infei nal ma. hine i?. Judge
? A. Rosalsl ; - tal ins,
Ms ch, which ex\ loded In the i
partmenta tperti ir.?m '
the ? mbuatlbles a ? re at?
... op? n ?!. and the bomb ;
Walk? r, u h? n she ? ; ?
? in her : Mo 109 W? M
77?' -ti ?
Farrell Explains His Acts.
that he n ..: the bo
? .iudge Roaalahj the latter
a "pal" of ins i?, u long
n. He O?" lal?d be j
been enamoured of the Taylor
woman and that J? - prompted
". aend hi r an Instrument of death.
In the ease of the Herrera bomb lie
? ? nge |< .1 bun to place Uh ma?
? hine where he knew Herrera would j
?. The superintendent had given :
bun notice thai h:s pla-se would be:
iy by a a . tant.
'ihe abnllarit) of I he i ? nanism, and
ihe d uns i xploaive ?nltro
- ? ?i??? la nil throe bomba together
with <.?he? impressive details of the I
man's story, cenvtnctBd Deputy com
gherty thai be had the
he three 1 omb outra**?
: : ? ? ??? ittle doubl that
? Ibl? for the ||?-r
rera b-omb, but Aesj tanl District At
rvogel and D?put?
ants Murphy and Br-eckinrldge, who
? ttemenl from the prisoner
had ? "Tii". -. i to the poll? o,
?? t\ w"??? ? ? . ? t? tnents
? mini particulars, there
? mts BSld would reed
- ? 11E h " InVMtigation, us well as a
.'.rut).-n of the Whole
?a v. i1ber?'d little mnn about
d, v ith gray hair and a
fa. ?? He i .t*i '? the appear?
ance of il intelll
... || ate
i nd In the
? ..f high exploetrea
tarsi i ? in I ? s i" make Infei
chin?? . k,-?irail, w.t |ai ktor at
? . ' ? ..* No 111 EJaet l4ti?
' . and
... in th? ' f that
"?? ????.? Diagrams of Bombs.
He Art* fairly accurate diagrama of
*ee bomba lor the authoi?ties, to
? ? -n..' atrate ?but he knee hoe th? v
? ?-? h# diagram of the Rosal?
Bkj bomb oorreaponded eloseljr t.. ?.ne
I .i .du*. Roealaky dree himself of
? . ? . ? ? Judge Roealaky
. -?-robot ited i ? n In as f??r as
.led to hli etna* a burglar
if leaeph i?? Roaa to
lh)rty?nlne years In state prison.
Tlie polies f'iiind l'.rrell bad a police
id in \?'\v Jeraey and that he hn?l
? ?rved term- In Btate prison there ha
i^regatint? tea "rears. Parrel! admitted
bin prison onpertenee t?i Dt**p*o*.y <'om
miBSlonor Do?Ugherty,the ?'ommisH.itwr
h-ald. H? la In the .l?i*'.' ?Cltj RofltMO1
Gallery *| V.. 687, Slid '00 lo
prison u er the name of
John pen ott, allai "T^arpool
Jack." and had ?.n known t.. the j??r
f?Of tbe las? rhlrty-!'*.?' y?;.i -.
Ml TViuphert v *-al?i
Assistant Dtatrtel Attorney Waaear?
?le? luied Farrell t?.|d blm be bad
In ?he i?m?irie asylum al Mearla
i \* .| . fur several months about
re ago. Jio ??? ttanafarp d
a h u?- ssretng ? tertai In
it Trenton, he said.
Ferret] waa not arrsetod nntll brought
toetn to Poli es Hearttqtrawtara yester
'*??>? M'.rnlriK |r?>nri tha Tremont avenue;
I'li-e rotation m Th" Mronx. He had |
'??en h?l?i there as a ruat?'rial witnesn
?'"J iiKHiione?! u ?ood part ??? the night
-7 Captain Price sad DetiactlTaa ate
Kaana and Cesaras Deputy Commis
?"on? r Dougahertjr wa? convince?! that
th* assistant supsflnlsndsat knew a]
Rood ?Jaal abOUl Illa Herrera bomb, but
B-ag unnhie to get any adminulons from
mm after s long examin?t nur on Alorr
reii .-?ui irord to the Deputj Cq*bb?
?i ? rtj :?'aterelay laianlna;that
ha wanted t.? talk lo him. ami In- was
Bast?s?! ?down to Hradqnarterai where
"?* ''?.citaf-assion fottowsd." Uougherty
THF SELF-CONFESSED ?MAKER OF BOMBS; ONE OF I!IS VICTIMS AND AN
JOHN PAUL FARRELL,
said afterward he was convinced th
prisoner was a disgenerate, If not In
sane, bul that he wat strongly Incline
to believe his story, .?ai way sure i
' oi Id i??- sufficient!) i orro ?ora ? ;
Made Bomb Last We-k.
Refe ring lo I ? ..,.],. Deput;
? 'ommiaaionei l tough? 1t> sai?i
"in the 'ust pise? when i w?snl to th.
Pulton avenu? fiai Sunday muht Karrel
Waa there and I inten "*?ate.? him. I'm
ally, i gol him t.. admit thai he ha?
served eighteen months In the Trentoi
i riaon Ha was i?. ,.,i sa .1 mstei
nees sad > eeteida) ws gi*ad is :? go
more and mora out of him until In rnad?
breast of the whole thing to-day
"Last Tburaday, be aald, lira, Herren
m r?ia! thaj were going lo mak?
?1 change and .' ? a ould nol
ill month ran <.,|; on P<
T'iai Incensed !. and he siaited h
making th? bomb on that 1 1
a\t thii polnl Parrel! det bed how hi
asad? the 1 lerr? : a bomb, n< piac?
vial of nitroglycerine :ns .)?? .?t a five?
Inch gas pipe capp? d at both < eitl
.1 1 ..i?- burnt through ti.1 h nt ? ? ?.
bo tha? the fluid would alowlj floe oui
Into the w.I? m i'?.*, s hich Incsi I thr
1. sin ? lost te : I th?
cork waa a p?*rcusslon cap and a aplral
Bpring atta*shed to a ateel ? ai
anged thai when the ? .".x was
releed the burton would explode tha ? ap.
Parrel) Mu?i be purchased ihe nitro
glycerine in ;. dniK atora on Third ave?
nue moi Htb atroet, and had had M la
his piseaeaalon for aovara! montl
had used p..me of it m tha Roealsk and
Taylor bomba when he lived on Hth
? ?? be aaserted. Doughertj exhibited
the fragmenta of all three bom 1 I
??ailed attention t" the aimtlarlty of the
pieces. <.f Iron pipe uaed In ?a? i? caae,
and .if t In WOOllen Liares In tbe bOXCI
rand ether parta of th?- apparatus,
Parral! rtalehed tha bomb Praia) night,
neMidiriii to hla atatemenl to D?-?tigberty,
snd Bunday night, when he was in ?tie
c?'llar with Herrera and tValtei He
Croray, a iift?,"ii-y? ar-?.l?i boy, flA.mr th*
turna?. . he Slipped BWSy and gol \t>c
bomb and placed it In th? entry of the
bouse, where he knee Herrera would
Did Not Notice His Absenre.
Herrera and th? boy did ikK notice his
i,., sa... I .. 11.1 rers bomb ?teg
plsosd In an emptj shoe bog and wrapp?9d
in ordinary wrapping paper, with no a?i
dresa en It. In 1 is case of t,,( RoMlsky
and Taylor bomba, they w.re nsetly
arrapped end addressed irtth a typoa'riter
and sent through Ihe malls
Parrell aald hi had used a typswrltei
m addieaelm the other la ? bomba whl?Bb
a boy tenant of th? hOUSe Bl NO. HI Baal
util street ?m<i left behlad when he mov?Ml
..it Kai'cll was mads to write on a
typewriter In Dougherty's e-fnce, an?l did
fatrrty well In : *ni i?.?; ?.rr the address? e,
the Disput] 1 '.iinini n.in.-r '?,..1
i? . . tiie grilling ol Farrell the f>ep
nty Commissioner hiked hbn if he knew
"??rfl?'" VValkei ' Parrel! paled and ax?
eitedi? replied al Aral that '? waa his
own daughtei and ihsl i.?* had ?? m hei
the bomb becseus? eh* had fallen Into s
?Ussolute ii'?. Doughertj aald. Afterward
be dated thll Btory and said he bad
known th? Walkei woman ?. long time
and was jialous
Psrroll toi.i the Deput? Commlaatonsr
Ttarry i>> Mransja had *-ie>t and killed
"K'd' WaJk.-r OB the Ho.?..rv la IBM be
? the Ihm? 1 had iiiineil ?hi Waller
girl. Farreir? refrreiu? t?, 11 ? Walker
murd?r was rCCUrate, ???'.irdlni- I?, the
polte? rot erdi except that no motive for
the eriine was Bhown nt the run.
Carrell .ould not ?e.-all th? addreas of
the Teyloi aroman, t?> wham he senl the
bomb, bur tfw-jghl it was either N>> it* or
a\'o. 81 Went ?SOth sirtet. It WSS f? in<l
that she had lived at No II West ?Vith
Street B short time prior to moving to the
\\, st 77th street nri.li?
Farrell told i.raetie.iiiv the seme story
at th? Dint riet Attorney's oflle,. mat he
?lid at Police Heariij'iartei ? in uptalnlng
his motive for s? ndm*- the bomb to Judge
Roaalsky. Ha said be had been on a
burglary with Joseph Harvey, ?illas Jo
s? ph !>?? Kosa. and Harry Hartman ?n
November. IW?. when they enier.vl ?he
I..not- of Peter A. Johnson, at No. 2li Bast
IBM ??greet, and ??tole a qui-ntlty <.f Jew?
Farrell Got Away.
He grants a "getaway." he .said, hut De
Ili.ha and Hartman were BTrasted and
pitadtd guilty and were "-?entenee?] to
thirty-nine, years and nine years and ten
months, respectively, In state prison, by
Judge llOSalakT The faet that I >e Rosa
did not "squeal" on him. and bad been
sentenced to so I011K a term prompted
him to seek venrjeance on the judg?., he
I ^?'?' I ? m t. corda i ibetanl
Fan-ell's Bton about the two burg
1 " !:??? i was Bent? ru ? d t.. thirty?
yeat on l> ? emb? i .?. !????. and Hetl
'<? '?? i ' sra and t' n tnonths In l'?
of 11? i" ral ?-'? nions by J idgi Rom
J**dge Rosal . | Bald ''? I ?.-..inl 1.*
' all? d K R. vet well
'??"?lit;-. ? had rec? Iti d i letter I
De Rom, he Bald, from I >ai nemora pi
Baking him :f he ?.?'?' ?!?! < -on ??? it r ?..
commutation ?>. his Benten<-s t.. u
J un?* Roaali . ? ; d he *
:? : ti..:: a !i?
. ? ? cfor?
Ds U?..?;. had s bad t ? ? ? ?r?i a?* i bur*
.i i'it. Ron ,i?hI had I ? ? ?
If? <? an hal .mai ? ritnlns ?he he?
f' ? sent? n? ? \ foi ty?f<
calibre i. -?.*%\ a : %?.,-.? found on Us i
It! th? ??? ! T a ? I lit?. ,1,
?I'll I :?....'
\? ?? i pon up In court wh< : ? entet
ths prisoner, he said, snd Baked hin
!.' taaOUShl . ? ? ? ? ? 1.1. !.? J
i '? Roas i ' i e i i rts ? ? ?.?.it ? ? \.
an) mere) from : ? dgi ?
A pies ? ? ?? burglai
In ' I ? ;? ? ?? liai tin in. .In
' : WS
? v Idenci thai h? ??as In tbe prei
tiie' Ums of th? rsjlary. llartn
I in court at th? ht sent
v...- gettlns i h< i ida? ? erted Jm
i Roaalskj wa ? ned to pie? ?
credence li i ? ? tor) thai pai i
. Uni! ;" ths bonib whleh srai ?
in him be su ? 11 had alwa) ? been
?he e.i ?. thai i ii? i ??n. arai ?? ol by
: ol rr on whom he I
imp..?ed pi i sntem ??,
Tattooed with Girls' Name?.
When Parrell aai ? lamined snd mei
?ire .j at Poll?*? lle-adquartora his ar
we te found t.. bt tattoo d with mai i i
The names "i Harriet, Hel
Lett le, Nora aad Nellls sppeer?*d
He ? ..i"i" -.M ins left ana. Th?
were d< of sei "ills and an? hora, tl.,
shield?, Urda and varioui lidtlah* on t
rlghl ?n m in at' Ins hla i" dlffree "n t
\. a J? rs??? oui i .?ii ii? Bald be h
b ? ?i .. Bal?n il ?i and had It-saa la t
t. ? i on< lime
Kam II was lak< n back t?> the Trense
IVei li Btat '"n la t night an.i ? 111 ??? "
? i on .i ? hai |< "i homli Idi I ? fo
Coroner Heal? this mornlna i-man
Brecht m |i Ig? snd I "*'?' '"i Murpli
Depntj t>?-ststan1 Wetricl Attorneys, wl
hav? '?? i. assign? ?i t" Un i a??'? triV I
present at th? hearing,
At t'"" apertrnenl house, Sot III ai
,: t 14th : tl' "I le'K'll???! to !ll I!
. onfi ""i "f i'.n' il n * ss learned i
had worked lh**re as an elevatoi rann*
about two years ago. Hs reeeiead u?
month and board Baeaues "f a**na*ai
duct ha waa dlaeharaed by th?- ?uperir
te-n'leiit. Kail s.iilai s? i
'Hi- unar.ts said PatrOll told l onfiU't
IliK stun"?) about l?el?iK married und ha\
In? a lar,??? family. II? was <-itnald?-rod t
?v weak meiitsill'. and little attentio
wa? paid to bin. n?- was frequently see:
With a Klrl known In Ihe neUhborhoo'
as Irish Roae, a'"l SISBISd much aatatt,
atfd with her.
He alSO spoke "I .? man i? 'i sister, whu
lie* t-atei. In?'! at No. IN Beat lit h str?*?*t
sin uhs referrad to ;'s ths wife of "Jim.'
No "ii" living at that address admitted ai
acqtielntanos arltb PaitalL
\S rule- employed In the house it wan re
?sailed by the aifa "f Brhlaeser tiiat mud
of his time was spent in th?- rallar ??i tin
houes working with t???.is ..r nil daaerlp
tiims. Thess srere lebt lo him hy tin
snporint'indent No on* ???uid reaastBtaef
however, Just what alad of work bs de
V"|..ll In? tun" '"
a year ano last Jaauarj he was **aaaa>
Bleed b) one of tbs teaaarta of the nth
Htreet Iiouh? wurkinir as a porter In th?
Bydenham Hoapit**- It w,ts learned there
iii.it in- bad w?r***aed for tin laatttallea
for less than two BMNitba Hs v?as dis,
ebaraad before his second rooath wai up
Th<- ri*as??ns for his dismissal OOttM uot be
r. celled by Ihe run? "intendant.
'SAFETY FIRST,1 THE KEYNOTE
Meeting in Penn. R. R. Station To
Make Employes More Careful.
Safit.? Brat" wa- tbs k?>ni,tei of a
rally of Pt*nnsrieania Railroad ?'mpioyea
lau niiiiit in th? rouug Mens Christian
AsHoiiitio" auditorium >>t the ruv.- Penn
aylvaiiia BtatlOB. More tlian tiye? hundred
att?iui?d th? nrteetlng, v?. iii? ii was on?' of a
herlrs. tli" "l')?it Of Which is to rodil. >i
th?' number of socidants to employes,
l.ast niRiit's meetlas was anaraassd by
('. I*. Kels*-r, muKti?r m?dium?-: T. J. Skill
man, supervisor of signals; I. \V. Walker,
marin?' master m.ehariie ; .1 V, B. Duor.
foremen of motoritaen, and ii. Mand? vim -,
.-,11 of Hi" Manl.tlliin di\i?i"n St.-re-etptl ?
ron riews llluatrated tbe needless da.ntfi.-i I
employes run every da>.
? . Ii ii 'I as loi. a i?. '.'? ai kille?
b) .? bomb
R? I? .. i idg< ' )??? Ro .?' ?'??.>.
BUSINESS M IN
10 HONOR G. A. HEARK
More than 100 Attend Testi?
monial Dinner for Drynoocis
r Mor? ' ban one hundr? -i i
bunin.'.?."? and ? h k afta ? i. ?
monts I dim ? ? toi
??a-ori-,- \ Mean the merrhsni and art
. ?.M.. t..r Ma i/oi ' ??*'? u"1 * '.t ?? letter ?il
regn i ind aM tl U Mi H? irn
Ht! -t le ail tha henoi n. a fork eouk
do i m Bimilar letti ra t? tlfj Ing lo llu
worth ?.t Mi 11 ? .' i - . i i ? f i a ??; ?
r? ml fn.in Cardinal IHarley, Benatoi Root
,\ Bei ton i lepbum, >.f the ? 'hamko ? ?.i
Commerce; Bl ''lair McKelway, Prank k
Lawn n ?. ? ;? ..t?;. A Taylor, Howard H
Butler, Timm;.*. M Muir, ami John W
Alexander, ti??- artist Beiwdld .1 Oreen?
hut, "f ti.?' Biegel?Cooper?Graenhut Coto
psny, waa I neat master
Borough PrasMent McAnens headed ths
hut ?>f speekers He sai?l New i ?.rk in.1.1?
Mi Heers h highest aal. foi arhsi
*? ms a- a man ham and f?
valuable rontrlbutloni t.. tn? Metr?poli
tan Museum "f Alt. After ,a\lnia; 'un ?
* i?? * '?? ta ti. psraooallty ?f the dry?
geodi man, \ir McAnen) assured the
?im? ra that ths dtj purpoi a .?. do ? Ii
??an tu improve the section between 14th
and Bd trw ta which .Mr Hsai n lid id
much to build up In pant yoa 11
After outlining the plana t<> ??he nth
rtreel mid Btxth avenue better lights, he
.1. silb.tl the proposed subway from Sixth
avenue, under 14th atnset, to the Eastern
l?isiil.t ?.?.tion of lirookh,, l|, mid it
would cost jir;.A....?.', ;,|,i would bring an
infusion of floral.I. i.,??l. Into M.mhut
tan. ii?- d?*chired that the dty would meet
?in BBcrchaats in ev?-ry other reapi-el for
the ke.'piii?.' up and brightening "f tin*
oida-r buatoaea sertMui Hla rafsrancea i??
th? subway tontrnets ns. th?' "lust |.o
nihla. hnri/aln t?. ba had" w.re enthusi?
astically applaud? d
Th?- other aoeakera wen? William T
Rvaoa oi Mills ft ?;ibh: the merchant
and art collector, Pstholins I..mi., it ,,i
Brooklyn; Charlee a Meek, vice preai?
geni O? the I...nth NaN'.ti.l Maul,. Ki.mk
Mn W Hooper, pretddent of the Brooklyn
Institut?. John B, ClaJltn, of the n i;
Claflln Cempeay. and Bernard Bidder, arm
?>r Hermen Bidder The) spoke of Mr.
Hears as a "men) sided man" whooc i..-,.
shte pereoraallij ?as aquel te i.is un.i;
rit. as i merchsnt and his shOlty as a
oonnotaeeor of art Mr, tteera brifly
thank??] his filends f?ji the honor rliev ?ui,|
oonf? raed or. him
The ?jaatlng .list Included Benjamin
Airman, ft lloss A|?l?l"?t?>n. Samuel j.
Rlonniln-aVlale, James <? ?aiiiion. Will?
iam M Cheee the at list. John .'laflln.
is.t.i?, Bernard nn.i i.??uis Olmbal, Cap
taha JoBi'iib n Oreeahut ami Benedlet J.
?'reenhut. Kir?* CommtrBSloner Johnson.
Mi'hael Kesner. .la? nl. I. KSSnOT, Adolph
i.ewisohn. W. MeeMsetsr Mill*-, Jobs ir
M?jii'ra?U?'ii. ?'Iiamelh.i Henry M Mac
Craeken, Herman iti?id?*i. Bernard Rie>
rier. Henry Hegel, Nathan Btraua jr.,
Ooorga Taylor, lr., water ConunlastoiMr
H. S. Thompson. Police ? '??mmis.slotier
Wablo, William It. Uill.ov. O? the T'uh
lie Bervice Commission; the Bev Oeorge
Alexander, of Ihe ITnlversttl l'?a< ?? Pres
byterian <'hur?h; ?'halles I', Hansel t. of
tbe Public ?Service Commlaslon; Bishop
Courtney, Kin?? Deingerneld, Joseph I..
Helatlebi, the Bev Percy Btlokney ?JrRnt.
Bodman Wans maker, i.ouih Stewart,
li?*riry la. Storidanl. William I '.. Rstck and
The committee in ?harRe ineluded lohn
?'laflin. HenJamln Altman. Joseph B.
?reenhut. Nathan Ptrau.s, I.ouis .1. Stew
ait, It. kau Appleton. Henry Bieget,
Herir?an UliMer. (.??.rite Taylor. W I?.
Kiuiih. Benedict J. Gre?nhut and H. A
MEN LESS HOPEFUL
OF BEACH'S ACiTTAL
! Prosecution's Case Circumstan
1 tial, and Details of Assault on
Wife Are Yet Unrevealed.
BLOOD OM DEFENDANT
Members of Family Who Lived
! Across the Street Tell of Cry,
'This Is Beach; Let Me In!"
After Hearing Scream.
Te ? r it,? to Tlie TritMttM I
1 i ? '? ??*. < .. !??? i. 1 v. in, the tseti*
1 ?" ' ??i the ?: ti.- i ira i -ti' -ally compl?te,
'?"? belief tl st i'i ?ttariek 0. Beach, of
Men Vork a-ould be qusckly s*****ultted of
at 8i of seeeull sud batter] t Itk
? to II ? rife, hes undergone de?
cided mcdltfication. Ths pi ??????.ni,.n ballt
up i" ?'.t anal ??*ard<**d sb i itrong
eile uni.: Mill;,I e;,?.-, end Wft\ CO?T ..!? re It.
[?videnci to-morrow, ?Alien, it la expected
b bol ii Bides, th? |i .? will b? ? slled on
t" find ;i ?. rdl? t.
Despite ii,- pre tous statement tl a- Air
i u ?i' ii would pi ois. i'" ted Ute
pro ecutlhs ittoi : ? :?? i 11 L ? ?unie'.
! relentleesl .nvlnce th? |ury
th? ? '? . ?-, ? Ral i ?? ' b}' Ihe
.:?.?>? i\. u. 8. Baughn thai it
'. .. end nol a i ? nknown
..i t - Rea? h and
: ibroBi si Beach winter
. hei i !"?.??... . The* inore
v nt,---.? ?>? :ii i... examined b) Mr. Gun
1er to-morrow morning, snd then Mrs,
Beach Will take the star! ?.'? ?.'ar that
bei 'i isband was nol her assailant.
The Mi?.-; dramatic moment of the day
\? , |ust tx fors sdjournntent al Us p. m..
irhen Bherlfl 'l H. Howard, chief of the
Aik'ii police last year, was ask???) by tlie
itor n alien lie examined Mr. and
.. . i, Bftsi the attaeb Coloael Mea*
iras rioi "always there aad took
charge of thlnaa. '
. .. ?! ; plied v?-s. aftei Colonel
Hi derson was employed In ths case bj
Mi Beach he completel) ruined srery*
and I simply K*?v-' up trying to
. ?, sues i saa it aas
.ti? Hendei n apiang i" bis feet
. ?? turnlni i" Mi Gunter, he- crt? d sn?
Thai'i n. rtlnenl and Improper, sir.''
H i- nol imp' i tlnent," replied the
loi ;i ... the u nth. '
? Vou ?-., thundered ?nionei iien
lial I e .indu? t?'tl the iBTBStiga*
t.'.i. to a U m ?.? ?If,
i did not . t a, flashed back Mi
Gunter, b il ii I had -?-aid n i ?i stl?**k
Courtroom Is Crowded
? ? I I?) ?? I ?? v. iiu. moraine, s Imn Mr,
aiiei Mrs lt??a? li ?tit. red the courtroom, tbs
roi 'i thai "' ' ii|.i?'?i every i??ot ?if space
: I wav fol them, and all <??? es ?"!?
irned upon Mrs Beach, who led th?? way,
followed !??. her sister, Mis Jaaata* D.
Taller, Miss Marlon Hollina, Mr. Beach
un! ins Nee \n\V, lawyer, Tbeasas 8
t niiei The crowd bad bean gatberiag
o'cIcm k. i.ui th? only m?'mbei? pf
th? cottag? colon) Been In the ceartroom
??.??? !? ? ...t..] directly behind th*
each? ,.i?* tbs railing They Were
frl? 'i - ui.. Intimatea of th? Bea? hes sad
Included M:s C ?'luer Is'lin. Mr. an?!
Mi Jo eph Harriman and Mr. sad Mm.
Ilarrj B Holline, j: . of Neu York, and
.i it Lyons, of Alliigbtsij. Ptan. Frank
lilt' hC(X ? Bit? lid? 'I th?- lift*?J'Uileetl
Mra Beach ?ame m smiling and Mi
1 .,?. a eordl ? ? Uni foi tttoas h?
Mra Beach ?as dressed in a
I brown '? ?' buH ..f rough cloth and wort
a 11 *?v? i, toque. Bbe took hei seal beatda
Mr it? . Misa Hollina o***ct*p*rlBSj ?
chah nexl to bei During th. day sh<?
took not? i ..t. the evtd
Mr tii i? i upp .u? >l :?. t?. in Rood
From time to time he spoke
tl) t" his wife .,r Mies Holline, or
t.tn? ons behind him All sralted pa
tlentl) until Hugh laong, charged with
murder, ?as arraigned and his rase con?
\t in o'etoek the Beach ease was called
Exactly twenty-two minute wer*- re*
?iiiii"! to ?i ?> Jury, which eoaetated of
seven fermera, three **octon mill opera*
uves aad .? country marchent, with a ii
McCarroll, designated by Judg* J II
?Spain, of l)arlli*igton, us foreman Not ,t
?i of \ Ik? n s sa accepted
Gel Saw Man Run.
Ths dem su ion or Mini Lallah \v>m?n.
taken yesterday, was ren.i with her
faasily ?he Hv?*d laal ytot din ctly ueroto
.? narros n,i..t from ti"? Beach prent
late On t?>? ? night of February ja. test
yea?-, Hl.e v.as in ht room on the BOOOUd
!lo"t Of tii' bouse, Rli.'i, aliout !? .??
0 i ini k. .?tie' heaiel a fere,un in the yard
.ums?" Iti? stre-et. Tills was followed I'?
ll BSaPoad Bcream, which aeemed t<? be
further bark In tlie yard. Bbe ?ot up and
went to Ihe window, and saw. standing
in Hie g.il. .if th. latin.ii?. lot, a man, who
tii. n started to i un.
She? e .mill i,, I iBj .? etll**f i ?? w.. - I
ehlts mas m .t negro, but as snothei
le.im uni tbe night she er|pd out to
him and then called b? r father The
third scream ?ame. Bbe said, from ?ti"
?.am of ti"- Beach house, about potto
mlnUtCS after t!i. ?It ?I OOtO, and after
the man had run avia?.. Looking toward
i h.? Beech house, ?in s,n? ,t woman
standing In the licht ,,t ^n upstairs door
lending oui utmn ? piaaaa st tlie head
I of .m outside staircase; then .?-he beard
In .u,oi slam, after which the aoreamlns
in a few st-aonda wMIs she* st?n Btood
at the window. she- heanl BOOM ?'tie rap?
ping vlolentlv upon the l',;nhes' front
deor aad ? bmIs vetos arlad exritedl
This is Beach; let me in." The? rotee,
?lie ?aid. BOUUdSd like th?- eme sue had
beard la the yard of ti?? laundry.
Misa Wvmaii m tsattmOB) was i .irrohor
ated by her father, I >r. Hasting Wyma'i.
ar.; her brother, Dr. Marlon Wyinea,
and lier ?ister-m-law. Mrs. Marion Wv
m.in. l>r. Hastings ?Vynmn, ar.. testified
that after hearing the m reama he lan out
of his house, follow..) hy hin sop. toward
ti a Dearh lu?ase. Just In front of the*
house, be seid, he heard Baaci aaaind
them te? ionic In, sa> Ing that his w if"
Bad bsan stabbed.
Biood on His Chin and Face.
Dr. Wvman dtSCrlbsd tlie wound as a
legged < at la tli.? right side of Mrs.
iSeaCb'a BOCU. n?arlv ihre. Inctbaa long.
and near the angle of the Jaw. The point
of entra?e.?, he mild, was evidently from
the back. Tlie wound, tie said, was mad?
with a charp instrument?"an ordlnarv
1 e? Ket knife could have made it." Mrs.
Bsaeb'a ?lothing. he said, was "wry
bloody." ?Mr Bsach was In a r??d smok?
ing "eCBBt, and he BOtlcad that there
was MOOd OB his chin and on the ri-rht
side of his face.
Dr. Marlon Wyman was asked by the
Prosecutor: "Would a man have time in
the length of time between the time you
heard the ?creaming ami the time you
? heard the voice demanding admlaston to
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ALBXA.NDBB H. STEVENS.
1 HOMAS COCHRAN. JR..
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BLAUT H. GARY.
ROBERT WALTON GOEI.ET.
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mOMAS W. I.AMONT.
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CHARLES A. PEABODY.
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CHARLES I.. TIFFANY.
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THEODORE N. VAIL.
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ALBERT H. WIGG1N.
Sresideat Ckase Nsiiesal Baak
Trustee for Personal Trusts
FIFTH AVENUE t% 36TH STREET, NEW YORK
Historic old missions in
Deli^hf ihe traveler ofio-?ty.
Located up-coast, San Diego to San
Francisco. Several are near Santa
Fe rails. California still has the
romance of old Spanish days_yet
is truly modern. Here are great
resort hotels, royal auto highways,
Yosemite and a summer ocean.
A Santa Fe train will take you there.
The California Limited ? king of the limiteds ?
exclusively for first-das'*, travel ? runs every day
? .sleeper for Grand Canyon.
Santa Fe de-Luxe ? the only extra-fare flyer, Chi?
cago and Kansas City to !..>> Angeles? once a
week this winter ? America's finest train.
California Fast Mail?also the Los Angeles Express
ami San Francisco Express ? three other daily
trains ? they carry standard Pullmans tourist
sleepers and chair cars ? all classes of tickets
Fred Harvey meals.
Visit Grand Canyon of Arizona rn route.
Say which train you prefer. Will mail hooklets.
O?. C. rvilirrj. Gen. Fantern P??e. A?**.,
877 ?n?t 1?34 Rroadwiv. \.?t York I'itr.
Phoue, r'MDil i? 3:*. 10 and 3801. .'
? rilB upstairs for his pistol, run ilo'.vn
nitaln ?.nt of the house ami Into UM StTSSt
in search of thr assailant"''
Th?? defence objected aii.I was sustained.
"Dl?i ymi ask Mr. Bra?'h why ba was
outside knocMng on Um dOorf"
"1 didn't ask lilm until the next ?lay.
11?* said Ii? j.lt k?*.| up hla wife an?l carried
i her Indoors an.) then ran upstairs, got
Ina pistol, coma down again and went out
to chase th?? negro.''
Dr. Wymnn ?-Rid that the wound could
not have turn nu.d?? bf a razor, flint It
\?as prsbsMjr ma.I?? t>y a knife.
"Was Mrs. Beach anxlou* t?1 know if
slu? was KolnK t<. ?Ii?''"'
In r.-liiiti.ii Mr. ?'unter asked Dr XVv
man if li>? saw an> Mood on Mr. U. SI h I
He answered hi' ?II?! not, bul tbst there
wa? Msod <'ii Ins ??**'
TM Prosecutor rrstsMlshSd through Dr
?\V\tnan thai Hi?? I!? ach house is not locnt
cl In a .secluded spot. Lilt that at lh?'
hour Mrs. Dca.h prat att.i.k'ii tlu?r.' ai?'
usually pfUMeraby on that mi?'?-i. as p
hotel Is Just across th.* bridge at the. rear
?if the Beach premiss.
Mrs. Marlon Wvinan. tli<? first witness
to go on the star?! at tin? afternoon ses?
sion, ii.iil.l no? he Hhak.ii in her testi?
mony, which not onlv forrolnwtwi but
strengthened tltat ?>f rhe sCbsr mSOlbsn
of bST fa mil.*,. IbS emphasized ths point
rhat as the sen an.Ing coming from the
Hi ach >ar<l became MMtMd and niui
fled, and as the person in distnj-s wrnr In?
M?le the house, some one |. II ??gainst the
? lose?! door and hanged loildl) ut'oti it.
calling: "This i.s BsBSts! left DM in'!"
Th?- prosecution gain? ?I little or nothing
from the testimony of I'.ail Hampton,
lh? negress, who was on the stand for
nearly an hour.
Anna Bowman, a while servant em?
ployed by .1. B. Lvons. ?.-stilled that sh.?
heard screams, and a few niinut'-s later
Pearl CSSM back crying and told of the
artack. Kate O'Neal, white cook at th?i
LpOBM home, corroborate?! this testimony.
Wouldn't Lst ths Sheriff In.
The stae's strongest witness was Sheriff
Howard. Al Chief of Tollo? he went t?>
the Beach house the night Mrs. Beach
*'I started to go into the house."' he said,
"hut some one headed me off. Of course,
as an officer, I could have gone In, but I
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Saturday Afternoon Next,
Heb. 8th, at 2:.,,) o'Clock.
? ? ? !
eii.tn't .????? lira Baa? h that night. although
l m.iiic .m ? rtoit. i dlda'l sea Mr. Beach,
either. I g"t s laatern and made aa in*
-, iettgatJon "f ths pteailass, but I found no
l-looil st.tins at tin- front (ate, where I
naa lold late? tii.it ?tu- attack had ? ????"?n
made SB Mis. I:. a- h forty or tift> foal
to th*' Bids of th?- hoii?1?? 1 found a t'ool of
Mood and tin- niouitd torn ui?. Th?*i> it
was 1 fourni the- can lugs and th.? f?-nca
pit i?, t "
The picket, with the? ??tains of Mood -?til?
upon It. BBS" -\ltilnie tl lei (fas Jury.
H"Ward found th" print ol a hlOOiy
liaixl on ?M post at th<? corner of the
front piazza ano saw distinctly th?? foot?
prints of bath a man and a w^iai) ui
th<? ground where th?* scuttle had taken
He said Mr. Beach had told him that
he; ran out of the house when Mrs. Beach
-.creamed that plght. and wan Just in time
to see the negro atrlke hie? wife down.