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THE SUN, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1913.
Ht.itnfinl trr ii-pn tnn iu r.imi" r.n
Iritr, bill tlit ii '-rr 1 .nl mil raiiKht
Ttvo nf tlv !.t-- .l I in th" imrlur
uir were IMvwi ' I l''l"' .mil III vvlf"
nf WinthP M--- 'I' Im'II'W in n
I.. ml HKi'in fni ' I'.uii'li.in Ontrul
IVu'lIU' IUilrn.nl Tn.-v t!u
train nt ll.il Ifurii Ml Ki Di.i vviih point.
InK nut ii lmii in Mil" v. !in wn.. HirttUK
with ii iiiiiik Him vvli.n ilir I'Dilmlnn
Mr. Krlli-v mi ' nut f(ilii"tlilni: "tellli'il
1li lilt tin' lili' li 'if tiN i hull- wmii'thlnc
t hot thrrvv him fnrvwinl 'in lii fin" unil
Hint Urpt iTiiiMlitnf ti t in to tin' trout of
tlii ruv. II" 1'i.ilfil fur Ml-. Ki'llry. lull
I'ontiln't rff hir.
lVn Ii.iihIk ifii'h"il .ii tlirniip.li thr
wrcckasi .mil inll"il li'.m nin ill" wtin
llght. H" lirnl.n nvv., mnl '.iri-lnil for
lily wlfr Mi i ilmlnil ii liniurr to the top
nt th" SK I.irk and h.ivv tin- font of u
vvniiiAtt protrmllni: fri'in whit hint Wen
.Ium thru Mini" oil''' ilrucn"! tin woman
out anil Mr. KfV ivcokiiUi il Ills wlf".
Sho hrt bcon muu'it htwcin th
Kinc tiollor anrl tlio ro.i! nf tho cur. Sim
wa brr.ittilnn, tmt illori in tlio .iccllon
KMeupr liinl lrok"n throimli h fence
It. hundrcl fet from tin' vvm'lu'il train
and thr rrevvt. nf two nnilitilnnrPH at
tended tli" liijurfil ii. t!..t us they were
One of tli" Injured w a llomati
Catholic iirlc.it, tli" 1t"V. Antonio
Werlnlcy of St. John r Church In Now
YorU. Hr forgot Ills hurts, and his
lU'lpfulnff ! h went uPout minister
Int: to th" dvMnis Ik mi" of tli" memo
ries of tli" ill.i.li r. Ho wax :ilil"d by
the Km Or. SiillH.tll or Slumlord.
The on.v Mllrn.nl o! lal who was to
1w !ccn tift-r tli" wrrt'U n. Division
"ntil 1 Inducer Poherty run by his
signal." sotim on" u.-ki il Mr. Drnece.
"1 don't know," whs his trply.
"Is b" supposed to 'liter a block with
his train brfnfi' the prernllni; train
has l"ft It?"
"You're allnR mi' tn nppop some
thing I c.in't do," h" snul.
TrnnMe With Mitiinl
Othnr mon In tli Stamford yards .ill
thoy hart hern havlnp troiiblo with the
fdsrnnli all day. but tll"y w. re not com
niunlc.itlw a" m what iht'v thought had
lii"ii th" mutter. t
Th" fiit siTtlon of tin- "xpros, mak"S
up nt Sprlncllolil. Ala-. It loft there
at "'?. I' M. bauaso oar and live
rnac1io. th" Pullman oar Skylark on
the r".nr ond. onmpo-i'd tho train. The
train stnpid at Hartford
T!m M'.'ond hM'tlun. loavlns lloston
nt noon, mud" tho same station Mop
and was dur In Now Vork at .".:42. It
was following th" tlrst s"otlon olosoly.
Thoro w-as a mail oar. a liamrauc
!"ow Vlnornt of Stamford was 0011- !
dtirtur of -tho tlrst srrtlon and f'lmrl" I
I.11M1 of Now Vork was hl nxvlxtunt.
N"llh"r of i hem waf hurt. Condiiotor !
Tlioma Dunn wa. in oliarB" of tho I
weennd sortton and Knclnoir .1. 1.
rnlirrtv tvr, ponnlfii- tl,. nni.lno ITIw I
flrtnutnV mini" Is Smith. It wax said '
to b" running at twonty-th'" miles an
hour or mon- whon tho orash onm"
o altftnpi was mad" to iirro't Do.
ii"rrv iinn h" iifi'iinod to maU" nnv
?tHt"m"nl aftor th" ucoidont. I.at.'r h"
could not b" found and ll was said ho
had ponr to 1,1s homo In New Haven.
Knulnr n llnnilmi.
Tt l f.aid ihat th" "ntrln" of tb" second
section Is onr which wm In tho West
port nck on Octobor 3, 1!U2, and that
last week It was In an accident at South
Norwalk ll l.s called a "hoodoo" cn
;ln" in railroad circles.
The heat from th" cnnine wan in
tens". Th" Stamford tlremen turned
their attention to roscuinc the Injured.
With .nws and axes they out away the
windows und sliW of th" car and re
moved obstruction. that Imprisoned
ptoiil" whet" they had been thrown In
tho collision. They tool: out ten or
more prop!" who were h"lpl"-s or dead.
Mr.- V II. .-Yeley, til" wife Vlce
rrf.'Ident V II. Seeley ,f the Maine
Central Kallroad. was rldlnii on n pns.
She had on n dlamonil watc'.i mono
Rramoil "I" M." two dlamoiid rlniis. a
veclr)lnc rln and a strlnu- of sold
tier body was cnuclit on the end of
tho inline boiler and cmilied acaln't
the roof of th" car Skylark and the
woman wa. crushed to death, It was
Tt'rr.s.-ary to cut a window and part of
the Pr nf the cir to take her out.
the drad an-1 Injur, d were . arrl-d ou' ' . "r' ' n ', Ti ',
bv llrrm.-n. police and trainmen uto-' 11 ,tf r 1 l,osl,it!l1 was clialrninn
n.obll. . "Mire w.monq and the -iin-1 of ,n,'"ri11 aml s'TKicul staff. Within
bul.-mc" were und to carrv the Injured I'1 f, w v''1:'' h" l,ul1 removed from the
nwny. l-trv doctor In Stamford wa--1 ol11 "ow, Imm'-steatl on HIkIi street
.uminon"d and calls for imstanre were 1 10 !,n ''l, '-':inl bome at Collins and Hunt
ben' to nearby town Inuton streets. H" is survived bv Ids
oe l .'r ,;.,.,. ! l;'l'ter. who Is the wife of Alfred
, .Mucklow of Hartford, and by a son,
tJn" ' ',k,PM. -llrm,,n,,"f thn '" wm Horace s. jiow,-. an Insurance acent
Impossible to set th" nnni"s of manv i t Hartford
Vovlrl'.'S ",';r" n"1, "'""' (Jf Mrs. Kelley was tho wlf of Ildward
twcnty-llvo in the parlor car Skylark . t k-,u.... ... i, ,,. ' ... .1'
not on" I'xc.-ipcd Injury of some sort
.None, of lh" passencers In the cars
nhear of th" Skylark was seriously In
jured, nor was any passenger in the
'(cond Rectlon Injured to any extent.
Hack of the engine In the second sen
tlon was a railroad mail car. with I. YV.
Martin of WllllamMirnlKP, N", Y.. in
i h.arpe, and J-'. K, Hrown of Hockdiile,
Jlaw.: R. I'. P.oss of New Haven. J. n.
Ivearn of Norwich, C. P Neubury of
New London, William J. Doran of
Waterbtiry and A. M, Cole of Ktirlnsr.
field, Mass.. assisting. They were thrown
upon the floor, th" lights rre oxtln
Kmshed and the mall skittered nil over
the car. hut none of tt was lost rnfi
und Doran were, cut about the eyes and
arms by flyine class.
G. R. Garland, porter In charge of
the Pullman car Skylark, stood on the
ground alomrslde tho car when the ncci
"When tho engine of the necond sec
tion was perhapr two car b-ncthK away
from us," he sild. "I saw the rnftlneer
lean far out of the cab and wave his
arms wildly at me. He appeared to
have loft control of th" endue, for th"
train did not slacken Its fpn-d, and then
came the crash. 1 ;ot out tools from
fie far ahead and helped net out the
li ud and Injured.
Mrs. T. .!, liurKcss and daughter of
.linnulield, Hist reported dead, ro
m.ilned hero over nluht at tho Statu,
lord Houm-, Until were innllned to
Ihelr rooms, the daughter badly Khaken
up and Mrs. Ilurness niffennK from
bliriiH Mnd culH about the face and head,
ticoii,'!' Walton of ir, Ilroiiilway, New
Vork Konrral papseuuer aueni of iho
iin.iiii.in I'nclllc Itallroad, was travel.
lint; with Mr Killey lie w'us only
Tin- poliie recovered a liavelhns mist
titch held cverythlni! a traveller needs
Therr was no means of lelllliK lo whom
11 belonged, bill on II laid case weri'
th" Initials "T. M. s ,li '
Thr poller hi heve he i T Scolt
,lr, or the Scott DredsiiiK foinpan
'I'fiere was no knowledge to-nbthi of his
Margaret iiroderiek of Parmlnnton,
SoBn., one ot the. injured, is mid to b a
WHERE THE PASSENGERS
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I'ho'ti.'rarh tiv ii Mn tihoioKrjri"r
The Locomotive Crashed
Under the Car Are the Pony Trucks and Driving Wheels of the Locomotive.
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nli'i" of HNhop Nlolan of Hartford
dlooi -r Slu. w. sitting roadlnc in thr
riillmaii and was thrown to the tloor,
cottlni; a nit on th- faro and u shak-
l)r. II. i. Howo d!d about I.40 I'. M.
I Is til .Stamford Ilo-pllal. Ho lingered.
tlahiiti l'i-avi'l tcr llf" ith a oomp.iund
iracttiH' of the Ii.im.' of tho skull. His
,"on ln II"nf"r,i wn" notllloil a half hour ,
' ""'"" ' 1
from tho Injuted man.
W hen he arrhed hi.- father was dead.
The daughter of I Jr. Howo, who di"d
to-niKht Pi the hosittal. Is on her way
troru llartlord. She doesn't know that
ho Is dead,
A brother and sister-in-law of Aim.
Kelly, who was killed, arc travelling
from Davenport, la., oxpeotltiK to join
Mrs. Kelly here and t-'u with her to
Wlnthrop, Mass. Mr. Kelly tried to
reach them by telegraph to-nlpht,
l'ro-ecutor (Slcnn A. t'arter, who Is
alr-o Assistant District Attorney of l-.iir-tleld
county, say.s that he will start no
Investigation until Coroner .1. .1. Phelun
of P.r!dK"port has completed lit In
qnevt. which will li"Bin to-monow
Chief Knclneor t" C. KItvell of the
Connieticut Piibllo Ptllttlrs Cornml.s
slou. who Inveslluated the Wrstpon
wreck on octob-r Is expected to-morrow
WHO THE VICTIMS ARE.
Ilr. IIotii- Our of I.fiiilliiK IMixltlnna
Dr. Harmon 5. Howe was one of the
I leaillnu physicians and suraeons of
Canadian Paclllc Itallroad, They went
to Ilostnn from ChlcnKo about a year aKo
and last month took a house at Wln
throp Hearh for tho summer. Mr. Ke
ley was starting away on a business trip
and Mrs. Kelley was going as far as
New Vork with him.
Hverett Woodruff, one of the dead,
lived at Hroadway and Percy street
PlushlnB, I,. I. He is a builder and con
tractor and had Rone to Connecticut to
attend to some construction tvork there.
His wife's father. David I,. Van Not
land, a former County Clerk of Queens,
died last Meek.
Mrs, W. II. Seeley of Ttoston is the
wife of th" manager of th" Industrial
bureau of the Maine Central line.
Alfred 'lodlcl; of 1 3s S Prospect ave.
nue, The Bronx, who Is believed to b
No flaring announcements
have ever been employed by this establishment; value
is the keynote of offerings here, which have won, and re
tained, the recognition of men to whom good dress at
economical cost appeals.
is the price here of a Serge Suit, which
cannot be bettered anywhere at the price.
The hrxt office coats
Through Half the Length of
ilyinu of a fractured .kull. was "iikratod
to Miss Kloanoro Plum of 1 1 Jotfoi on
iivptiuo. Tho Hron, who was sltllni:
wltli him In Skylaik Sh- was hurl,
but will rocovor. Thoir iiKu:'m"iit
was to have I'o.-n aiinoiinrcil tn a t-w
7rank K. t'ontlokl w:i uno of tho prom-
lnnt youiiir buslnos mi n of Sprlnntiold,
as proprietor of th" linen Moro nt Av:
Main street Ills home was in i:al Al
His wife Is ln n n lions condition from
shock, as her tlrst knowledi;c of the ac
cident came while -..'h. was .trivia:.- pat
the Spnni:l1eld t iiion etll"c when- sb"
read a bulletin tolllnc "f ihe wreck and
the death of her husband. There arc
Mrs. HurKCs-s, who was at tlrst re
ported dead, but later found to he alive,
is the wife of Thornton W. MurKics
writer of short stories, formerly em
ployed by Unnd Unit i'J,cr;nioi until that
mairazlne went from Springfield to New
OTHER NEW HAVEN WRECKS
Flral Ilia Crnnh In I'mintr In isr,;i
The worst wreck In the recent his
tory of the New Vork, New Haven and
Hartford Itallroad (.'currcd early in the
mornltiK of July 11, it'll, when the c'td
eral i:piess, the New Haven's crack
flyer between Washington and P.o.-.ton,
KuillK t IllKh speed to make uji lost
time, left the rails at a crossover switch
in West HridKeport. A moment later
live cars were lyinit smashed and
twisted in the Palrlleld avenue cut. utter
lmviiiK been iluim from a tvtcnt foot
The etiKineer und III emeu and twelve
passcnuers weie killed and at least llf ty
passemters were hurt, several so se
riously that they died later. Ainiini;
those killed was Mrs. Ilcluna D. Wol
cott, the wife of the secretary of the
Less then fifteen months later came
another wreck caused, like the Fed
oral smash, by trouble at a crossover.
This time ll was the Hi.stnil expn sri
that left the track and while the death
list did not run as IiIkIi as in the other
wreck '.nerc were many features which
made the second the more horrible.
The Itoston express went off tli" rails
Just west of Westport station. The par
lor carti took lire nnd moat of tho vic
tims were burned to death. Nino per
rons lost their liven in th" burning cam
und forty were injured, many of them
Anions those who lost their lives ln
this wreck were Mrs. Horn Oavtt,
daughter of Anthony N. Hrady: Mrs.
James Cox Hrady, his daiiRhter-lu-law
and dauuhter of the late .ludite Andrew
Hamilton, Mrs, C S. Hansom, another
dnushler of Judi;e Hamilton nnd Miss
Mary Hamilton, an unmarried 'ister of
Mrs, Hrady and Mrs. Hansom.
The Itoston express was wrecked on
ever offered 'it $1.
WERE KILLED IN THE PARLOR CAR
the Wooden Coach and
the nlKlu of October 1J12. On No
vember li". the Merchants Limited, mil
ium. Iwiwcen Itoston and New Voik,
tripped on u split rail at a crossover at
lireeii Partus, Conn., about Ilv- miles
east of wilcrc the lio-ton exjiress had
been wricked a httl,. uvcr u month be
fore. The all steel itits of the Mer
chants Limited prevented a repetition of
tin- I'.oston I'Npiess horror. No one was
Klllid, but nineteen person were hurt,
manv f th"m severely
m that sunn day, but eativ m th"
morn uu. the I . r : Li ti I eir"?j', runnlntr
1m tween Portland and New Vork via
Won ester, was derailed at Mllford, I
Clin No one was seriously hurt.
This series of wrecks led to an In
vestigation by the Kaxtern carriers Into
the cause of the freiiuent wrecks on
Kasteru roads and several roads cut !
down the simsw! ,,f their fast trains.
p- w reels, while the moSt s.-rlous
de New Have,, in recent years, do '
m.I vnilip.ui- ,11 point in lai.umes nun ,
,ri .. ....In. ..t r.tnll,t..u ...l.l. 1
" "' l'"'"l "' ."."lies mm,
one which took place at the Norwalk '
Uiver in Ks.'iS i'n Mil) f of that yc.r '
a train on the New Vork and New,
Haven mail Ian Into an open draw- .
Kn.U.. ... .1.,. ..n.t ..... .1..
Fifty pH'tnii ucn UilN'tl Thi wu thn
first big disaster In the history of tall-
roading In this countrv.
nothfr wr'ck In which v. won
on r.h ' 1'h" wh n Si
on .o.uiii .. i.-i'i, win u a spec mi ir.ain
with the then Coventor of Connecticut.
Kollln S WoodrutT. several memliers of
his tnllltaiy stall' and Company !' of
the Second llcgluient. C. N. ti.. on board , "" '"d Ihal It was and that b" had p.isei
una In fv.l I Ivl. ,,i ,..t I, ,1,.. V,,.. J I belli lillllself He -aid ll" lllld lllllliy tunes
was In collision with the regular Natl-1 ,. hiiKineer s,.ir0eder repairing and tn
gautuck division train, lour men. all "iMM'ttnc lit. enL-me before uouu out.
belonglnir to the train crews, wei-,. kl1l,.,l
, .. , . ., i , .
mil several In the (.overnors puity
In a wreck mar Middletown, Conn.,
which occurred on August I'.Ml.llfty
persons were hurt, and It was reported
that several might die. This vvrecit
whs caused by the spreading of the rails
while the train was taking a curve
other wrecks on the New Haven
lines In the last two jears weio:
At Palrlleld. Conn.. June P.', 101 1. in '
which four were killed. The report
said that signals were disregarded.
At Herlln Junction, Conn., October la, t
li'li. ln which two wire killed and live'
In lured when a runaway freight crashed.
into a passenger train.
At Clinton. Mass., on June 11. 1512.
when a passenger train ran Into an open
switch and eight persons were Injured.
At Stonlngton Junction, Conn., on
June l.l, 1012. when three were killed
and four Injured In an accident due to
At South Itoston, Mass., on August 9,
1012, when a passenger train left the',.!,,.
truck, killing seven and Injuring forty.
At Wnterbury, Conn., on February
22. 1!13, when twenty-one persons were
Injured in a wreck caused by a rear
end collision in a fog.
In a statement Issued by the officer!
of the railroad shortly after the Federal ,
Kxpross wreck It vvns said that the llf ('
of only ono passenger had been lost I
In wrecks on the roan from 1901 to lflfi I
and that during that period ro8,0uo,00ft
passengers had travelled over the New
Vork. New Haven and Hartford lines
DEA TH L URKS IN WOODEN CARS
nt Wr.tpnrt. I'naavnuero Wm
( rtiaheil nnd Unmet.
In yesterday's wreck as In the catas
trophe at Westport. Conn., when nine
persons were killed, most of tho dead
met their death In tho flumes that swept
the cars. The car in which tho fatali
ties occurred was an old fashioned par
lor and sleeping car.
Just as the comparatively flimsy
structure of tho wooden car In the
Stamford wreck offered no protection,
so the wooden parlor car In which so
mari.v of the victims of the Westpoii
wreck lost their lives was unable to
withstand th" crushing impact when tho
train was ditched. The materials nf
which It was constructed offered ready
luel for the (lames that followed tho
oploslon of the gas tanks for lighting
The use of wooden sleepeis and parlor
cars was mail" llie.rubject nf otllclnl in
quiry after the Wcyfctport wreck, hut tho
luestlon was lost sight of temporarily
whsn Interest centred In the matter of
the Arrow Indicates the Position of the Boiler Head.
Its Cab Is Where the Car's
track construction and speed of trains,
on which the 1011-11.' New Haven
wrecks were blamed.
It was considered sIcTlllic.int that
when the Merchants Limited bumped
off a crossover switch tin- steel cars
which made up the train prevented loss
of life either through the crushliiK of
the cars or by tire.
SAYS ENGINEERS MISS SIGNALS.
It Rllriiadcr nt ""chroeiler Trlnl A
irm Thr- Can't lli-ln It.
Hol'.Ntl.!., June t: llnifliicr William
Still of lliiffnlo, who was rutininc on .Inh
i last l.ickavMintui tniin No u, which was
crashed into hy No ll. the fast eipre..
diiven by hnelueer nillium SohroediT,
0,1 trial here on a cliume of niaiilaiii:hter
was tin-principal witness In tlie case in-uiiv
, ,., j,i,,g T
,.l, , ,..r.. Sir I.r.,...l..r r..llf..t
l,.l, ... ,.,,r.. Sirl.r.,.., ..r runllo.t -n
i1Im.j ,rt. talkhur with iny llremau ju-t
before the uccidHtii hippened '
Lnuuieer still ulil there u such a
hi uv y tot tiatmuu; over the l urve near the
seen.' ot Illl. wrecK ttlllt lie COUlll ee only
l,,.,.-a. ,,ul.rU.l ll... v r.a.. ..t,.l ll,...
h i ould not tliitinu'tn-ii liitjili.ir luml-
"'',r ' ,'I,V xdim.-der had
ZlC? Cnti W-
ni.'iit of t!i ui'niMd ihut hi- Injrrtur
ill" witness tes.ine,! .,1s,, ,1,,.. an endneer
runnliig at a hlib lule of speed could not
all the signals m tli" io.nl. espei iall.v
J,r, t"r"rwil nU'-Ucf''liVUt."'CjiVtr.'-r ' 't'wi-
nrobable tht n im.ui inikrhl run In- a slirnnl
iirobiible iliHi a man muiit run by a signal
"car 11. Seluek, niiotli"! l.iicU.mHiiu.i
..v.. .. .: i i .1....
'-ll.! neei ,in. ,,.is on in.' s..i-,.iiu ,'iikiii''
of V,( i. saia he had seen the siunats si mil -
llU at cuiition
HEIRESS GETS GUARDIAN
INSTEAD OF A HUSBANDHSE'-
. iderniiH conditions of theViiel. Warren,
I who u:is n...ne ulfl.i.i.l ..In...-. ... .1..
Miss IsiiIipIIii Titrni'i
Invitations for llor Wi'tltlinir
to Hiirtt'onl .Man.
i ,. , ,
I HAjvrror.P, June 1.. The I loiiati
' Court appointed to-day the Connecticut
Trust and Safe Ocposlt Company con
servator over Mis Isabella Turner, an
heiress of C.Iastonbury, who was to
have been married yesterday to A.
I.eo Wood, an Insurance ugent of this
1 n-ie Invitations for the Wood-Turner
, ,..n,Mlnir were recallrd a week aco after
a dispute over the prenuptlal contract,
which wooil nau a lawyer urait tor
him and which Mls. Turner am her
mothfr. Mrs. Harriet Turner, admit
Mining, .Mrs. Turner Is the wife nf
St urges Turner, a retired manufacturer,
Expert testimony was given In the I
Probate Court that Mrs, Turner has!
"softening of the brain" and the trust
i company alt-o was appointed to act as
conservator over hrr.
Uvidenco was presented In court lo
show that Wood has a strong Influ
ence over Mrs. Turner and her daugh
ter, who, according to friends, talks to
nobody as a ruin except her mother.
Wood decilnul to-night to comment
on the report that he Intends to sun
the conservator for breach of the pre
nuptlal contract or on the statement,
made In court, that he attempted to get
somo of the Turner wealth.
Tho terms of thu prenuptlal contract
provided for tho payment of U'.'U a
month for life to Wood nfter his mar
riage, Mrs. Turner nnd her daughter
do not recall exactly what else was In
the agreement which Wood now holds
and on which, It Is said, he will base
a damage suit.
The Man Who Put Ike
E EnlnFEE T
Look for Till Tr.i.lcMaik l'ictufaj
hh inr i.aupi wnen niivint
The Anttatntlc row.lrr r,.pT. ..,!.
Ita.ia vtatk. Achiat 1'ctt Sold tvery whrrr, :4c.
""i'y -iw-.r.. Amur.
ALLEN S. OLMSTEB, Lc Roy, N. V. ,
Rear Platform Should Be
WEALTHY COUPLE FOUND DEAD.
IliiKi'iip MmkicI and Wife Klllrd by
special Cable lniatrl. to Tun Si
.i llicit, June UV-KuKcne MhskI and
his wife, who were very Wealthy and
well known people, were found dead In
their room to-d.iy fiom pis asphyxia
tion. It was at first reported that
their dt.iths were the result of suicide
, . .
......use ! o.sponiienc.v over iinanci.ii p.uikhurst. who Is out of Il..!l..w,.v
lossr.s and also because of the fact Jail on license until sh" iceovcis lier
that they were childless. It was learned i health, declares that she Intends ti
afterward that the deaths were caused nrni1 " (-'roup of liunuer strikers In Mi"
by tho accidental escape of Kas. funeral parade of .Miss Umlly Wllchn:
The report of the alleged suicide Davison next Saturday. It is n I
caused a Kroat sensation throuKhotit linown whether tlie police will allow lv.
Swltzetiand. The couplu met their '. to ,la t,,l!. 1)111 It Is presumed th.it sh
h M , v
Tuesday. The servants
Ilia here on
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'"'" 1" men OCUIIIOIU Willi Illffl JTHl
, turned on and the windows shut.
The MaRls. who were married for
some years, were supposed tube worth
about f .i.OOrt.fiOll. Mrs. Maccl. whose
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'".,, I 11.1 L 11 1 HIT nilMMI.tl. IIWIlSl1
.' , - .m.fc ... iitiruiitii, .iisiin
larK1 tnamifuctorlos, Inhcritnl $,00i),-
uoo. and her husband when they were'
i """"' .s worth Jl.oOO.OOO.
, REFUSES TO INDICT FERRARA.
' ,,J l Drmis i llon .snliil
1 I'lirmei' VneoUei-.
.-leant 1'ahlr Uttnatrh to Till'
II.wa.vv, .lune P.'.- The .ludge of In
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ortier oi coo c iscai in iiiiiici e-s.oeaKer
. peirara of the House of Uonresentu.
.lives ami other prominent men who
jwere seconds in the duel In vvliich a
, I young American named Warren was
killed by the wealthy Hannibal .Mesa.
Tho latter was Indicted for the killing.
point of blindness, and who was tall
and heavily built, stood up twentv-tlve
' yards from Mesa, who s the amateur
1 pistol champion of Cuba.
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Garcia Osos, director of the sancJl
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I Avhnv T . . n in t .. . .
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