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AND THREE MEN
Husband Drives Cycle Into
Crowded Surface Car
in Sixth Avenue.
DEAD UNDKR AUTO
Stamford Victim Hit by Two
Machines Hospitals Cart*
persona ? motor
D| from Coi
Martin Gadln? aka and
?. o? 461 W? ?. Porty
,' ai ? ! into a ?
Sixth At? et nr at
? husband waa taken
? Y? I lh a
\ . \ t '. i ? r A j ; Bronxville,
? : terday morning
: ndcr Detective w
iam J. Burns'? automobile in Palmer
H? was tho chnuf
I 1 died in Roosevelt
frei injurioa re
whon he was struck by nn auto
I welftk Avenue an II
: Street. The machine waa i
and operated by J. W. McOrath, of lili ,
t] -second Street.
: o Roberts died in the Stamford ;
after b? i ? ?truck by a car
rown in front of a machino
by a demonstrator for u New
nda f 1H River
. adly injured yecter
orr.oon when two autos were in
Pelham I Great
. New K< In tho
Ne\?- !. ! ipital with a frac?
whs ?i yonng man who ?aid
Ye w?j William H. Mendie, Jr., of 117
i??ii Hurt as (ar Turns Over.
tin, of 46 Warburton
, Yonkers, and ? phine
?' 162 We?,*. :
ton 11? ight? Ho |
? . ?
? on which
Richly Drcaaod Men Help.
? i head. In
? ? help, men and women
I ?ne of
i had uif
? lyond help.
? they found
.v! ai Mr-.
: ol good, he do?
il"- fresh air.
. whin he
*<?s di After the accident
:iia!l watch at
? ?? motor?
Mysterj in "i 'inkers Killing.
: J. Burns. When tl
not eoi liting
tad ?? ? II, :
, and .
? under tho car, i
i i.i the f?
embankment. U ?nul let*. :
1er an eioctnc light, while !
?fideni al full ?peed and
Noo-hed through ?, strong fence. The
Nlct;hi broken and hia hea<l
' urtm waa ?lrivintr tho Haven car
"'?? injured. IflM Wilson, a
.in wound?? and eon*
?uaions of tho left aide. Edward War- ?
"f. of 220 w. at Eighteenth Street, th.-!
tnird occupant, wa*. uninjured.
, '??"?. ,. machine in Yon- '
**?% an?! Invited M ta Wilaon t?, ride
0 ?ow York with him. The?*eeident
ffsulted from an effort to avoid a col
'P? fWlaerayk to Th? r
Stamford, Conn., April 25. While
!JV" '''> Bl
? ?utouaob;!* owned ly Thtouvre ?8. i
Kishol, of 14 Mnnhnttrsn Avenue, Nesv
Kochi'llc. Roberta fell in the pnth of
anotaher ?*?r driven by John Honanin, of
2mS Wist Thirty-ninth street. New;
Yi'rk. demonstrator for a motor ?nie?
company. Hi? skull was ?racked and
? ?? died m, hour later m Stamford
.inn and Charle? P, Krope. of
New Roehslla, chauffeur for Mr. riahel,
ware both bald without hail pending
the coroner*! Inquest. In tlie enr driven
'?s Bonanin wars Walter II. Red?
man, of 164 Wsat r.'.'tl Street, ?au
York, and Misa Margaret I.avio, hi?
iiater-in law Mr an?; Mr?. Fishel and
Mr?. IHshel'a mothei \s.i > m tic othei
\. svp.srt. K. I. April 25 Bertis A
ll.iyt, of this city, died 1? day from In?
juries received last "fight when an unto
mobile m which hsfwas riding tipped
Hs skull was fractura?!
SUSTAINS DR. DAVIS
Declares Conditions Good,
Both in Tombs and
"It would he well for those who nre
a to criticise to bear in
initary condltlona of
correctional Institutions of the Depart
ment of Correction to-day ar?? fnr su?
perior to 1" Iging houses in many sec?
tions of the city, and even to some
schools which mi-v-ht be named."
v-' tl these words Commissioner
K.-itliiirmo 1?. Davis i i lonsr
rt of the Department
of Health's investigation of conditions
in the Tombs and. the penitentiary in
Blackwell'a Island. "It sorr.is that the
.'?trs which hnve
been nired in the pub ?C press have
fount! a lodging place in tho minds of
certain of our citizens," she says. To
"he truth from n competent and
unprejudiced source, the Commissioner
asked Dr. S. S. (ioldwater, Commis?
sioner of Health, to arrange for an
inspection of the buildinjrs. He re
f? rred the matter to I*r. Haven Krner- ,
s??n, deputy commissioner.
On the di.y Hr. Richard P. Walsh In-!
spected tha Tombs there were 780 men i
and sixty women confined there. Al?
though he found there were only '??
892 calls and tsvo dormitories, ench
containing fifty-five cots, the report
thHt "there is no evidence of j
overcrowding from tho sanitary point i
w, The cells un- ventilated ado-1
All plumbing is in -rood con?
dition and alt fixtures aro properly
I and water supplied." The tank
on the roof from which th?? water sup
ply comes is reported to be clean. It
is state! tl ir facilities nre
. te. .Ail prisoners hsving tuber
on the eighth tier of the main build?
ing. Habitual drug users rue kept In
the main annex. All blankets and bed,
I before using-.
Dr. Cl ? ? ? Ver Nooy found 1,120
penitentiary on Blackwell'a
Island, with onera at the time
These et Ils. he re
are too small to contain two
prisoners. "Were these cells on pri- ',
propei "i ... ni would be
the lack i nt ail
? ?? case of ?the Tombs,
of the in
11 the peniten- !
tiary * lucki were cov?
ered and disinfected, and that the
? r supply i
? River ???'
' . made
i tl ? rk, ?
f.-.ct that il
t Corred ?n, un
? commitments to
? tionsv ommitmenta
nee with law. For
THRILLS AT VITAGRAPH
Detective Drama Is Feature
?Other Films Interest.
? Girl Vs ho M ighl Have Been," a
tective drama, is
makes a robber
band a leai ire and provides
thrills Bettj Gray takes the
*-'l he Awaken? ? ch a doctor
is forced to choose between a woman
and a beautiful -l-irl
well told, and holds
in B series of inter'
? mis include "The
Arcadia," "When n Feller's
Nose Is ? >ut of Joint," *'? utey's E
To Aid Negroes in Schools.
Ways and i P the negro
public schools will be discussed
on Tho ' rence to be held
by the Public Education Association, at
enty-aecond Street. Pronu?
on "Colored School
? n in New York" will be con
According to Misa Blaseoer's report
of the ? ??
, i res.
Will Be Celebrated
STUDENTS TO TAKE
Well Known Women t<> M.?K
Addresses (in*i*k (?;iim*s on
Undergraduatea of Barnard i
? ill \ .,? with one another In ?? ng, dan?
and athletic gamoa, ?according t?> th
? Greek c latom, on Friday nf;ei
noon, In th?' Columbia Gymnasium
eral handred i*iils of tho lophomoi
and freshman classes will lAa pan I
tl., se eh? - iic contest -?, whI
ur? ihn week's commemoration of th
twenty fifth anniversary of the found
ing of thu College, hat in 1889 1*0 nun
bored only thirt] its.
A dinner will bo ?givi n on Tl
* \, ntng it the Astor H alumni
and un,;, t Mme. Marc?
Bembricti will speak on tho musics
profession i R< ppHer on lit
erature and Mrs. August Belmonl o
In the afternoon, at 1:30 o'clock, |?
bildb servie? be held
Dean V. < . Gildei
sleeve will greet1 the guests. A,i .
by Mary Emma Wooley, presi
Mount Holyoke College, and ?
McAneny, rr? idenl of the H<*:ir<l o
Aldermen, ?'1! follow. All tho sto
di nta ?'i' Barnard, ?lad ?n like eo |
will i present, and will sink* severa
college songs, after which Presiden
Brown of Union Theologien] Seminar;
will close the exercises with a benedic
tion. Immediately afterward an infer
mul reception will be held in the col
Representatives of Flryn Wawr, Va?
par, Wellesley, RadclMTe an?! other eo]
leges will attend the ceremonies. Pron
April '-".' through September "?> s puhli?
exhibition of manuscripts from th*
collection of George A. Plimpton, illus?
trating tho history of the higher edu
cation of women, will he held in th?
New York Public Library.
liar '?? was begun, undei
manv difficulties, in a private home a
343 Madison Avenue, in tho autumn ?
ls**0. The young women who were
graduated from this place formed ?
club, but larger i|unrte>
led by those interested in th?
undertaking when Columbia moved to
the Heights in i - i* T. Degrees to 1,37?
-, have been awarded,
TROUT FISHING AT TUXEDC
Warm Day Attracts Hundreds
to Clubhouse and Villas.
Bj T.. (?ra| l ]
Tux- ... Park, X. Y., At?
tracted by the summerlike weather, so?
the country mot? n : ben
Sunday. It was the first warm d
the season and outdoor lif<> was ideal.
The _olf links wen- open, the lawn
went trout fishing.
I. inchi in ; art > - a ere y
riuh and newly oj i ned villa
? nd pari ie i, Mr, and Mrs. Fr? i
I nderwood, of New *i ?>i k. cntei
s pai . ? the clubl
Mr, and Mrs, E, F. Darrell, Miss
: R, Darre '?
Am ', ho had part iea ??? era
Mr. ?nd Mrs. William Lawrence ?
Mr. and Mrs, Richard Del
Jeffei Gallatin Pell,
Mr. and Mrs. Jos? ph l Sti ?ens, Will?
iam P. Lyman, Mrs. Kniest l; Adee,
Edward Robinson, Robert D. Wrenn,
Mr. and Mrs, 0. J. Wells and R. B.
Mr. and Mr?. . Hare will
spend the season at tho Carey e?
Ir. and Mi . !'? p Rhinelandi r
will be at the Din?more cottage. Mr.
and Mrs. Janus P, lie open
lia week and Mr. and
Mrs. 11. M. Alexander have taken the
Among other? who ?pent E
:?! : - . M, M. Hare, ? ?. ">'?
th, P. ?!. Dieter, Mia? Harriet
? der, Mr. and Mr?. C. C.
Mil? J. E. Emmet, Miss M. L. Emmet,
Frederick Juilliard, Forayth v.
Prewst?r Jennings, Thomas 11. llo*?i
ard, D. M. liare. William Hare, Koti?
ert D. Wrenn, Alfrt d l i dman, II.
Auchincloss and Mr, and Mrs. L. S.
.,'. orr, .
NEW HIPPODROME FILMS
"Costume Musicale" Also on
Eill at Big Resort.
"A I ale," introducing
of i he in" t fan.on?, 0] ?
waltzes, a new group of living p
and the chorua of tifty voices, heads
.1 at the Hippodrome this
"When II Striker, Home,'' featuring
Washburn, and the lates! Chai
haplin picture set off the motion
picture pari of the programme.
The l: - ?drome ta
play a big part in the ir por
set off with a bewildering color
fill out the rest of the bill.
Kleuer Kiddies' Play Will Aid
Battle Against While Plague
Bright Brooklyn Children,
Trained by Lillian Metz
Conover, in Entertainment
for Benefit of German
town Clinic, \\ hich 1.4
Lillian Metz Conover will prc?ent her
"Klever Kiddies" to-morrow night st
?:,isonic Temple, Lafayette and
Clermont Avenues, Brooklyn, in a pro
-..? of chai The
j roceed" will be turned over ;
? mergency fund of the Cormantown
Clinic, an organisation of doctoi
fighting tuberculosis in Brook
Amoni; the "Kiddie?" who will take
pnrt are the Mi???? Hazel Dudley, Do
ronda C, Rajrtsolds, Minim Snyder,
Beatriee Underbill, Kathryn Walton,
Dorothy Spedick, Nettie Butler, Caro
lins Hutirr, Helen A. Trotter, Hortense
Mi.her. Evelyn H irothy Por
? Dillon, Am
Edward Stiles aii-4 Uaiui ?ishcroiti 1
ti g '?i,*y* t^. ???'i'?a?V''': ?'*%?* ' A
?4 HM'* 1 4?a?sV ,V"^S" 'Hr -
DLU?.NDA C. REYNOLDS,
BARNARD DK.W. WHO WILL (?1,KF?T
.GUESTS AT ANNIVERSARY FETE
Misa Virginia Gildfsrsleeve.
Rockefeller Says Walsh ?
Falsified the Records
4 ??ntlniieil front pace I
al! thi tenee,' i
" 'The rii?'!-? il ion m- for a
i ewspapers acroaa i
"Mr. I ". in h referred
roval of the si
, i '
" 'I do that 1 will e?
"f ?I,mkini: that y
i? and becon a r?" pon
? ( daily pa;
"I may add '
pars have 1
? my fatl
"Mr ' es thai I had
ferred to is ' I '.? ?usinei
! without ,
membi : er of 1 ommei
of tha United
-???i with mo
I plan f
. ...I place befo
rd to bu:
n ate, t was i
\?. Information Withheld.
the De| ' Labor at Wsshin
ton, and Mr. Murphy, of our office, M
fies til?- record. In h
'. Btatement he i
" 'The ' ? rview M
Murphy -? i ??-? a fu. "'"it
.Mr. m r, .'nid Mr. Bout
?.-. in* ng Mr. Murpl
for tiol giving ti
? i.t m.y informal
ment age n t mm! ?
nd that Mr. B
no re : ',?> 'lie witl
"Mr. Walsh attempts tu create tl
impression by ?. I ami l
ciatei and 1 wei
Indiff? mm - t.. ? - cond
? ' ing upon
m one ??;' Mi. Bowei
i which M
Hu'.?. eral of ?Mir mint
vorking from one-half t <> tw<
? ' .III I'Mllt Ulli
undi ' can kci p our
worki . ? our railroa
ape until the itrike is over
?" 'This was at a time when tl
i di ...!?> wei e - tiff? ring for con
"Hire again Mr. Walsh's failure t
B I'll ! s
is that when tl,
? m'1 run
effect i vi re taken by 1
company to insure that the supply o
coal for i.
Not Directing Mind.
"In .. Mr. We!
h?,! n, | , ? ? dorado Fue
.??v. foi '?? ai ib d to mi
men concei ning that point :
"'When the t'.rik?? was called a
I . Q
: the ' "I?!.. !" S
her large i
- fuel to the
available lo, We con?
price - r seht dule.
l-iir our Denver retail department wa
than our normal
suppl? f"r the D( nver market 1
U , I id ? *??'? of our
until . r 15, and ? a
ai the price prevailing befort the atrille
U alah further that the
fell? i. jr., who ?? lifted before
the ? ? M N'ew York and all o
bi fore th? I
com m ttee 1 ?'? kepi hia hand?
off tht - *.iiii mu? and had no
I.M'isvli .lire of C(
?. ; mini
..... i. ons thing mors than an
other la shown by the letters ex
.-' d ?t is thai I ?lid not in any ,
direct tho 'strike or dictate the.
policies of the company, but that, on |
the contrary, several of the sugges
which I made in the hope of con- ',
ng to the settlement O? the
"The officers und directors of the
ado Fuel and Iron Company are .
earnestly striving to improve eondi-1
in Colorado ?o as to muke for
ble li.?' recurrence of such
as that of 1913 and lUU. We
th? i iblic in achieving this result. A?
a means of ending the industrial con
President of the
United States appointed a commission,
of which Mr. Sfth J.ow is chairman and
of which Mr, Patrick Gilbav, an orti
? i tiie United Mine Workers of '
organiza ion which con?
duct-.,I ths ' ? ? S member.
?Conditions Are Inipro\in|*.
' "The poli? co ion has
?n allay the bitterness which was
by the struggle, and to
urge that as rapidly as possible nil
' ' > i m -
; conditions of tho present and
U'c arc receiving cordial help
.rum this commission in our efforts,
and the labor leadei -, too, have shown
??? an it be that the only factor of
impoi tending to retard the
compl? ration of industrial
io is the chairman of
the United States ?Commission on In
With hi? statement Mr. Rockefeller
gave out the "memorandum not used"
inclosed in a letter of June 10, IHM, to
I-..? l.. I so, in part as follows:
"Much has been said and much con?
tinues to in said about the I.udlow
large number of
women end cn??dren who were wan
hol down t?y th? militia and
i bei ?? was no Ludiow
,' re. The engagement started as
? ?or life by two small
la of militia, numbering twelve
and twenty-two men, respectively,
attack? d with over three hundred armed
re were no women and chil
dren shot .'.horities of the
? r repr? k ? ? of the op
? ' on wil ii the Ludlow
For this state
de to h report to
the ? "f the Col
? a, under ?late of May 2,
191 l, signed by Major Edward J. Hough
ton, judge adv?cate of the military dis
William C. Hanks, 1st
. '.?I Captain Philip S. Van
i il Infantry, (See especially
.,i'li- 10, 12 and IS. i
? bild shot in this
enu'a:' Dg, contl ary to
? ?ions of hia parent?, gone
th" tent?, was shot by a
bullet of t' '? ttrik? r?. The two
womei . ' ftildren who met
their 'ii:,th m a pil underneath tho
floor ? ? the tents, where they
had h . apparently
' , ty, Wei '? Sl::,'l here,I.
"Tint ,;i,ii un outcome was inevit
of placing this number
of hiiniin: I .ihm in a pit Bg<5x4 H f?et,
th" aperture of which was concealed,
? .it any possible ventilation, is
' i videi i of the above re?
port I. Wh i of life is pro
foui dly t,. ? I, it la unjust in
tiie , it at 1 he door of the
of law and property, who
were m no slightest way responsible
Mne l.uard? Not Militia.
"In I | one who has
1 orado, the state
? god io have been
orts of Ad*
? ? ? ".-.i Cbase, to tho slfeet that
I i f tiie state
? -'s and other em
?. les, who bad
been enlisted wholesale, armed and
rmed i.. tho stats and sent out to
war upon tho striken.' Tho
fue?.i me th.it mine ?mardi were en
. in only one ?,f tiie companies of
militia Mat t?> the striks tope. While
it i true that in this company ^uno
i,- enlisted a? militiamen,
their number, in proportion to the total
number of militia in the field at any
one tune leant. The pur
poae for winch thia statement was so
? rtod ?a obvious.
"It I . charged that the ?m
- in the mines of "'olorado are
no hotter than slavea, oppressed by
? and ground down to
? ?reme in order that larger
-.,!? a?t.,1 more pro its may be
reaped by the companies, The utter
fainily ?,' 'I : this charge are
?elf-evident in so far as the Colorado
Fuel ?' I ?mpany is concerned.
with whleh company alone I am in any
?nneeted, in view of the stH?.'
i.;, - 1.: v, idely publ
;. that dm ' "welve
t, t'n at
: i:d a single cent
on un coiiimun stock and has paid only
DUNCAN TROUPE TAKES VISION
OF GREECE TO ARVERNE SHORE
Dozen Youngster.-?, Ousted from Century Theatre, Stop
to Dance on Sands on Way to Summer
Quarters, at Seaside Hotel.
Twelve Greek-clad yoiinp?ters danced
on the ?anil? at Arverne, Long Island,
>esterday afternoon while half a doren
of their oidor and more r?date com?
panion:!, b1?o garbed in ?he mod.i of nn
cicnt Athen?, watched from the board
The children were th-s p".pil? of Isa?
dora Duncan, the. dancer, recently
forced to leave their c.sy sleeping
euarters In the ?lentury Opera II<-u??>
end ?pend two duys in the, unar?istic
atmosphere of a Broadwsv hotel. They
arrived at Arverne in SQtomobilss early
yesterday afternoon seventeen girls
and one little boy. They probably svill
remain there throutrhoiit the summer.
Miss Duncan was con'med to her
couch, in her apartment at the Hotel
Majestic, suffering from an nffection of
tile throat and a mrvotis collapse fol?
lowing the P'ire Departments action In
forcing her kiddies from the theatre.:
Her engagement ut 'he < ei.tury this
week is cuncelled. When shs Is well
enough she, too, will go to Arverne to
rest until her strength is -??covered.
Stroller? slim'* ?he ?icecn front, nt
?ractod by the bslmlnsISS of the
sveather, were traatod to a performance
that could not bo dupHeatea, for scenic
?ffect?, on the stnsre of the best thea?
tre. Piling out of the .ouring cars
that conveyed them from Manhattan,
the youthful pupil? of Miss Duncan
swarmed down upon the sands and
danced along the etl^e of the breaker?. '
one dividend on preferred stock, which '
was a portion of the larrre accumulation
of dividends which had accrued ami a
portion of the dividend due for the
current veer, the total amount thus
paid amounted to bun $78(1.00?). At the
same time, the company voluntarily in?
creased the w a ire s of its miners and
?ted cmploycn by a total sum of $?*>20,
000 a year. Her?; again the effort to
discredit this compuny and those con?
nected with It for ulterior and selfish
purpose? is obvious.
"The same writer above referred to
has stated in a published article that
it is undisputed that 14,000 men left
their jobs and only 200 or 300 remained
at work, and the 14,000 promptly joined
the union. This is entirely and ab?
ROOT, HEAD LEGION
Plan to Aid National Defence
Brings Their Names Together
Ex-Prraident William Howard Taft's
name will nestle close to that of for?
mer President Theodore Roosevelt on
tho front pago of the American Le
fton'a new prospectus, to bo issued this
weik. Next to the two ex-Presidents
will come the name of Elihu Root. In?
terest in national defence, though di?
vorced from polities, makes strange
Wh?n tho plan of organizing a vol?
unteer emergency reserve for the Unit?
ed States Army was first made public,
Mr. Roosevelt not only accepted the,
chairmanship of the governing council,'
but also offereil hi? four sons a? pro?
spective members of the organization.
Dr. John E. Hausmann, secretary of
the Legion, announced yesterday that
the council Is now complete, with three
ex-Secretaries of War and three ex
Secretarie3 of the Navy added to the
Roosevett-Taft-Root combination. Jacob
M. Dickinson, Henry I.. Stimson und
Luke E. Wright bring experience of
was folios, and George von L. Meyer,
Truman II. Newberry and Charles J.
Bonaparte have representad the navy
in former cabinets.
Management and control of the
American Legion is vested in an ad?
visory membership of three hundred,
representative citizen?, chosen from
all sections of tho country, over which
is the council of nine headed by Mr.
Kach mail, according to tho secre?
tary, brings additional names for the
rapidly growing list of the advisory ,
membership. Among the New York ac?
ceptances recently received are tho??
of Joseph II. Choate, George W. Wick
ershans, -Morgan J. O'Brien, Frederic
R. ?Mildert, John l,. Milburn, Robert P.
Perkins, William T. Hornaday, Alexan
?ler S. Cochrane, W. Barclay Pa
J, Mayhew Wamwright, Ernest I ein,
David M. (iootlnch and Henry Collins
"I see by your letter that the object
of the American Legion is definite,"
writes Mr. Choate, "and is one which I
have very much at heart. I therefore
gladly accept the invitation to become
an advisory member."
Howard Elliott, president of tho N'ew '
York, New Haven & Hartford Rail?
road, writes: "I shall be glad to serve
and do what I can to help along tho
idea of having the United States pre?
pared in a better way than ut present
in case of a*hy disturbance requiring
Headquarters for tho Iacgion is at
10 Bridge Street.
GIRLS ARREST THREE
GAY YOUNG MEN
One Alleged Masher Gets Beat?
ing After His Airy
Strenuous rebukes to young men af?
flicted with flirting fever were adminis?
tered by two girls yesterday.
Whilo on Fourteenth Street Andrew
Chrissen, of 5 St. Mark's Place, who
?ays he is "heud man" at tho Hotel
.Marie Antoinette, met Catherine and
Annie Smith, sisters, of 2(5?5 Avenue B.
"My, but you look awfully nice to?
night!" said Chrissen by -.say of open?
ing the conversation. ?fias Catherine
responded with a blow. In the tussle
which ensued Catherine not only held
on to Chrissen, but dragged him sev?
eral block? to Patrolman I,ane, a*. [?. : it
Avenue. He was locked up, el
With a crowd of tsvo hundred cheer?
ing her, Anna Goldsmith, aged twenty
two years, of IM1 Prospect Plaee,
Brooklyn, escorted Loui? Markowits,
aged twenty-live, of 15-49 Pr
Place, and Murray Eeipkia, aged
twenty, of 185H Prospect Place, to the
Brownsville station yestarday after?
She told Lieutenant King that while
she was m a dispute with her brother
In front of their home yesterday af?
ternoon, these two young men tried to
enter the argument. They were ar- <
Fire Threatens Fish Estate.
A forest tire on adjoining land yes?
terday, for the third time i-i a week.
threatened the farm of Stuyvesant
Pish, near Continentslville. Putnam
County. Neighbors put out the flames.
Careless hunters are blamed for set- I
ting the Are?, which '? ! over
ubou? 100 acre? ol
Mr. Fish. Supei
'loyes and osighbora saved the build-1
The swishing of the surf end th? |eall
of merry laughter that arose from the
voungsters wer? tho only music that
ecrompanied th?. graceful movements
of their lithe little b'.die?
After they had registered at HiboV
Hotel, Oeeaaerest, which Is r ght on
tho boardwalk with ? verr,ri,ln that
overhangs the ocean, tho eighteen pu?
pils, who are part of tho half a hun
?*r?"d M?as Duncan Intends to train and
present to the world as perfect humun
beings, went for I walk. They stroll???!
in pairs, the smallest in front and the
next tallest behind them.
Ocean air, after weeks of the dusty
atmosphere of New York, had its ef?
fect upon the youthful dancers. By
6 they were very, very hungry and
ready to take ? few glides and a
pirouette or two into the dining
Then the twelve younger ones ?>>?'
bed. w:th th,.* breakers I? reath their
window* to loll them to sleep.
"We tie quite happy to be here," ono
of tho older pupils declared. "We wer*
very comfortable a? the Century Th?-.-?
tre, but our having to leave then' was
not really s?, b;?i as p*">P'H vver6 ??"?
to believe. That horrid fireman who
poked his head in the room that night
did i "t tat s.ven curly head.? on seven
whito pillows, or anything like that.
Why, each girl hn?i a separate room.
Ycp, we nil hope Miss Duncan will be
well enough to join us here in a few
GLOBE ON BE?
( out In,it-,1 from pane I
when in desperation I wrote some arti?
cles and feiit a sample to the 'Pall
Mall.' And, would you believo me, they
wero accepted I They told me they
would give me three guineas a thou?
sand words. Then came a sad blow.
They told me they paid only on publi?
cation, and that it might to six months
before they began to publish them.
And there I wns, almost about to
starve! I saw the man an?l ga.e him
tho talk of my life. 'But it's never
done, you know,' he said. That is
usually the lust word for the English.
Hut I kept on talking, and finally he
gave me a check for $200 and told me
not to tell any one.
"Then I went to the Continent as
companion for a woman. I left her in
Paris, and when my money ran low
again I played my mandolin, still very
badly, in the caf?s at night.
"1 always wont masked? wore my hair
very brainstorm and never appeared
until midnight. They called me 'La
Flame.' I lied a boy with me who
looked like an East Indian. After I
played he would take up a collection
and then we would make a quick get
away in a taxicab. I went to Vienna
Was Mystery of ('aft'*?.
"I became the mystery of the caf?s.
People began to wonder who was th l
woman in the mask v. ho played he
mandolin so badly, "ne night an
American got impel ious and tried to
.. ma-k off, A Frenchman later
: m my defence. His nuni? was
Pierre Sylvaine. 1 married the French?
"lie was a perfectly good little baron,
but I left him because he would '
let mo continue my trip around the
world. After wo were marri? ,1 :
his foot down on it. Hut I cons;
it was a matter of honor with m<
London hud bet |S,000 that I could
make the trip. I had to finish i'.
"So I left the baron and. r
to London. The buron follow, d r-.e and
agreed that I could fii ''ip if
I would come buck to hi : sftorward.
I went on in cabaret, billed .- ''?? ?
Flame,1 the mystery of the 1'uris ?
From that I got a booking for South
Africa. I didn't want to act, but it.
meant money and progress on my way
around tho world, so 1 took it.
"In Africa I met the Zulu chief La
duna, in his native kraal It was a two
day trip by ox team aero?? tie veld:
and then a trip through the woods in
a litter. He was charming. He -
Kaffir ami English. H- was :? mag?
nificent creature physically ?i f?
inches. His proudest possession win
a plain kitchen chair. He kept it in
the middle of his house and
,t as though .' were a throne. I I
a picture of him on it.
V? as duest of Rajah.
in I went to Bombay. ? ? ? i the
train I met a young naval lieutenant
m d hia sister, who had hen brought
up in India and bad known the Rajah
of Kuilam from ehildhood. They in?
troduced me to him.
"The rajah was very highly edu?
cated and a graduate of Oxford. He
? 1 richly In brocaded coats, rich
silk turbans and many jewels he was
fully aware he was a king and the sou
of kings. He was the best polo player
in all India. I stayed two weeks at his
guest house and rode with him to the
polo field ?'very morning. He liked me
because I ci.!,! il de, and I also pleased
him by praising his polo play.
"From there 1 went to Agra, I came
down with typhoid fever and was in tho
hospital six weeks. I finally got out
and went to China. In Hong Kong I
got :? commission from u pain r there to
go to Canton and write my
of it. There waa a 'revolutionette,' as
I called it, going on. My chief im?
- one were that .t 11 were not f,,r
??? and tho f?*et that most of the
men are students the Chinese would
rule the world.
"I happened to no'iee Via?!..
on tho map, and decid'',! to run over
there. A man 1 met heard 1 we ,
1 and askeil me to undertake a m
fur him to deliver aome imp
private papers to hia wife in Vladi?
vostok We agreed <>n ? eable code. '
U ., to ?end h i m the word 'seventy' if
I succeeded in finding his wife, and
'fifty' if not.
"I found her, delivered tl ?? papers
and then tried to seid ths
'-event;.'.' Hut war had been dec!
was marti i
pected I was s ipy. They took me be?
fore the command ir.' <>f eoUl
could not tell him 'seven''.' meant 'the
papers have been delivered,' ;,
would be sure 1 was a spy then, lie
could not talk Engliah and I could not
talk Russian, so for three hours we
were et a deadlock. 1 inally i i
him understand that 1 meant 'seventy
lubles,' and I was allowed to go.
"That .a. my loot adventure. I
came on to San Francisco, called on
Mr. London, so .he could set? I hud won
his bet, and then came on her.-, ?
I got a cable message telling of my
War Death Causes Suicide.
Brooding over the death of his
W, killed in the Herman army in
im, Louis Hoelsel, of Dutchess
? n, shot and killed himself in
the home of his sister in Kempton, N.
He was :,f*y-onr years eld. Before
the war he lent $1,000 of his sai
to h.s nephew to go into I
? V? of hi? death. ?? |
t., visit I
Mr*. Minnie Weiss, Uv?M la Mill i
LAWYER SAYS NUNS
GAVE WATER CURE
Charges Girls in House of
Mercy Were III Fed and
SENT TO BEDFORD
Withdrawal of Charge Prevent?
ed Her Lawyer from Exposing
Treatment, He Asserts.
Asserting that the girls in the House
of Merry, who revolted Saturday night,
were ill-treated, poorly fed and clothed,
and tortured by the "water cure,"
Tlioma? F Turley, of 4<5 Cedar Street,
attorney fur Dorothy Ellmore, leader
: he would demand to
d-ty th?;t the District Attorney Inves
ti.-a'c the in?tirution.
The lawyer further announced that
two of the girls accused of running
had been working and had only
fainted from luck of food. To dis?
tills fact, ho ?aid, the nuns in
B of the home had said they had
tried to es?
Two of the nuns, officials in the
House of Mere?/, Sister Gertrude and
Bister Marguerite, appeared in the
women's night court last evening and
? I in the case of the Ellmore
ru' They swi'l ?he hit.', lxren ineor
linco her commitment to the
i i-utii' on April 13. At their request
the charge of disorderly conduct
against the girl was withdrawn, and
Magistrate Herbert tranfferred her to
In commenting upon the case after
ward the magistiatu said: "Nothing has
come before me in any way to th% dis?
paragement of the House of Mercy?
The management is perfect in my opin?
Mr. Turley ?aid he regretted that
the ehargo of disorderly conduct
against his cllgjit had been dropped.
"If it had been pressed," he assert?
ed, "I would have had a chance to cross
examine Sister Gertrude and ask her
questions. If she had been ?worn as
a witness the door would have been,
opened to criticise condition? in the
Four other girls, ringleaders In
Saturday's riot, when much furniture
and erockery were smashed as a pro?
test againat conditions which, the girls
said, prevailed in the House of Mercy.
had their cases postponed to Thursday
The Ellmore girl's term in the house
would have been up in six months. It
i? iinderstnoil she will be released from
th?' reformatory at the expiration of
that time. As a reason for her trana
:'??'. Sister Gertrude said that her
ehargo had boon unruly, had sworn fre
" s aid had "threatened to punch
'.or girls in the eye" if they re?
lier misbehavior. Before she
was sent to the House of Mercy Dor
othy Fllinore had been a singer in a
cabaret. Her lawyer said she had been
"railroaded" to the institution on the I
? any of two policemen. |
Missionary Tells of Dodging
German Undersea Devil in
Prei gospel among treach
. ?'airly secure experi
ance compared with that of travelling
on a steamship that is being pursued
by a German submarino. The Rev. W.
E. Boggfl, i.ii American missionary, of
Boston, who has been through both
afers lighting for the Lord to
Dr. Boggs and his wife, who have
been engaged in missionary work for
the American Baptist Foreign Misslon
elety, In India, for twenty years,
returned yesterday or. tho American
liner New York, via Liverpool, ?hank
ful that they were not killed in the
ii ( hannel when a Gersnaa sub?
marine pursued tho steamship City of
I m don it fOW weeks ago.
-on the afternoon of April .1," the
c'eig-.-M in laid, "as we approached
Beachy Head a British submarine ap
I and the commander, hailing our
'?riilv:?:, announced that a (?crmin sub?
marine was In tho Channel and had
funk two iteamahipa that day. Our
m at once swung out all the life
ti d us what to do in
. ir being torpedoed.
?rant to bod. We all ?at on
deck in our -steamer rugs and awaited
?-.' i ut what. A close watch was
fa speed maintained. About
?? heard an
i u? to slow
do mi ?,?..! awail orden.
"Almost simultaneously the captain
saw a submarina off the port bow
which he knew to be that of a Ger?
man, of stopping, as com?
ordered full speed ahead
in 1? ft the enemy behind.
"For some hours the City of London
followed a sigzag course and at dawn
there vsm no sign of a periscope on tho
OFFICIALS GAS VICTIMS
Councilraen Burned, One May
Die, by Explosion in Sewer.
Asbory Park. N. J., April 25.?Coun?
cilman k.-irlsnn Larue, of South Bound
Brook, N. J.. wai burned, probably
fatally, this afternoon, and ?'ouncil
rnan Raymond Stryker and Sanitary
Engineer Walter ?'. Bowen, of New
Brunswick, N. J., were badly injured
by th?' explosion of illuminating gas In
a valve chamber in a sewer tank at
The victims, '.vith Councilman August
????urge If. Bald
it tour of inspee
ince of Sanitary
Its, of New York
They had \. ,.r plant, and
I into the valve cham?
ber when th? accident <i?-curre?l.
? exploaion was caused
B s match to light a
I Bowen were taken
Spring Lake Hospital and More
the Long Branch Hospital.
Dynamite Causes His Arrest.
rgod \sr.h having two sticks of
dynamite in his possession, James
Courtney, of 314 East Fortieth Street
was hold yesterday for examination be
fore Magistrate Murphy in the York
He was arrested after Jo?
seph Griffin had reported finding the
dynamita in an apartment recently va
y Courtney. The prisoner de?
nied any knowledge of the explosive.
Game Pictures at Strand.
Dr. Edward A. Salisbury'? W,ld Ufa
Pictures continue to head the hill 1?
<??"?? This week lie tak.a
migratory bird, and duck hunting ?ris?
?resting talk of hi, expeH
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