GETS CHEAPER LOAF EDNA HALL, THRICE WED,
BY SECRET PROCESS, WAS ST. CLAIR'S VICTIM
MRS. WALTERS GETS I GARBAGE DISPOSAL
ORDER ON INQUEST! NUISANCE MAY END
.Mistier lirndy Decides Coronen Xew System Provided I'or in
!... i OI CI C II.... t ..... s- f.. tt .
VAN AUKBN HAS AN SHONTS GETS DELAY
UNEASY HALF HOUR- FROM GOLDWATER
Pretty Young Actress Wrote Love Note to Taxicab
Owner in Philadelphia Hotel Just Before Murder
and Suicide Wife Made Plea.
Goor-Tr S. Wnrrt Admits II is
Compiiny Has Worknl Out.
Vi(V on One Siclr of Him inn! Onler for Levi Crowded Cross
f is Yoiitifr Profpjro on town Cms Won't Hi I'.u-
tlie Other Side. , torwA I ntil .Man li 1".
hum rmnvt i hum1 wr ucr nill ,m III .Hll.vor s i
THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH
liKFK.N'DS KAISK IX IMMCE
Denote Altmnrv-Crper't' Vfr'rt I,,
flecker, vvhn l trying In Unci out !f the
raise In lirp.nl prices had it In. opt Ion
In any conspiracy in restraint of tinde,
developee. at )eMrnl:i.v'K hearing before
"""" .ii'MMum several inter-
estlng sidelights In the baking business. J Identity details were fathered from .Hf- ! 1,, ,e vltl, her Tlio'couplo wire mar
Chlef of these was the dlscovety nf the femut sources yesterday which, pieced tlpli n jionlr,,,i PUl w Itlittl a few
..... .. . ........ . . together, depleted the voting woman ua i ... ,,. . , ,i vu
fnisieinr III tl sccri'l luriUllia OWIieil IIV '
luimwi.t .....mi ,,j
the Ward Baking Company by which.
acordlng to Ccoice S. Waul, vice- I
president of the company, a "better bone I
. mj tissue bulNlljig bri'ad'' than
formerly made Is being baked at ;
cost than ever before.
The lnvestigat ir also made an Incur
sion Into the affairs, of Ciishman Suns.
Inc., long enough to bring out the fact
that after the concern was formed in
the early part of last December It took
over the firm of lllrsclunati Meier and
thus removed, according to the testi
mony, one of Its largest competitors. It
ts understood that the Attorney-tJen-ernl's
office Is considering vhether this
set In Itself deVs not form .1 basis for
an application to cancel the tit-w com
rnshliian Itnkrrlea Mcrm-il.
Krtmund St. John Taylor, a member of
the executive committee of Cushman
Pons. Inc.. who Is In charge of the rales
department, said the company was a
consolidation of all the Cushman
brothers' bakeries. They Included S. j
Cushman Sons, N. A. Cushman. the I. A. I
Cushman Making Company and the. 1
Cushman Olohe C omp.ui). S. Cuhniati
Pons was formed In U!2, .Mr. Taylor
aid, but was dissolved In 1 53. each
agreeing to do buslnes In separate ter
ritories and not to compete. In Decem
ber Cushman Sons. Inc.. was organized '
and the consolidation of the various 1
bikerles resulted In having on periling
npnses. Later lllrschmau Hle'er. J
uhlch. he said, was one of the company's 1
largest oompetltots, was taken In.
Mr Taylor said his concern raised I
the retail price of bread on Monday.
Fehruary S, and the wholesale price on
Wednesday, February 10.
Mr Meeker led up ti the nurst.op of
Ward's secret process by rending 1 des
patch from Busted to the effect that
Inspector J.imes 1" Jordan uf the Bo ml
of Health had reported that butteries In
Rostoti and Ni w York vxere making
bread nnh a piocen .-. ntaitilrg g)pum,
ud 10 m iking pi titer tf pnis ci.:s.
A s. mple of i poudctd ccmriuiind used,
he said, w made up of ileum Mil-
phale. -I V cent . sod'uiu chiorld
St pe" cent amjiiul'lliiu
11 11 pri cut. and plain Hour.
Trlla of eeret I'ritccss.
skcl allow t'.ie Waul , In .i!n' se-
ere, , rtnfsH. i!v rge S. Ward said that
about three and a half )ctr ago the
e nipany beg.n itu e-t g.iti, tm in thr ic-j
search labo'atoi oi tile l'n '..i: of I
Pitisaurg as to bett? " ni' thoils of bread- j
ni4k.li.' The uoik was dom li) l'mf. '
P., nr' Ken. ed. Muuc.tti and his .tssn- i
Otes fteie Ir H t', i.. th. prent dl- i
rn lor il the i esc i ch I tbi va'.or) . !-.
Koli'iii II. who peltected lie tiiod of I
nuk.ng salt rising bieari. and Dr. I
Houghtc'i. head of the Wards' Bronx I
plan la Intra tor)
"The) disiovercd that hy the use In
ninute iuantltles . f certain ,il!s, house
held salts, ' he said, "much yeast coal
S4ed in o-ead making. Hy its ne,
b'lleve we are able t , produce bread with
Iks ad l t, and shi.,ien up t ic time of
ferment ition. The process of fermeiita
ton me in the destruction of a certain
amount if f ml values n oilier Ingre
dients. The sooner the dough Is leav
ens,! the more loud values leniam. it
add to the value of bread as a tissue
and iHipe builder. We inlieve tile dis
covery -vlll arcompl h a great ileal for
humanity and the baking business."
Mr. W.t d said that the (i eminent
iiai. hem nske.l to lsue patents on the ,
'crinula and tne only ic.ison that lliev
' .ive not In en grantnl befo e is because
h cniipinv w.inteii t,, get patents In
all t ie pr'n ip.'i countries uf thr world.
Coniem.i's the eomp.iny s decl'i, n to'
rale the wholesale price of bnv.d from '
4 lo :. cer.'s per loaf, Mr. Ward said: I
"c believed tile attitude nf the C.ov-'
eriiniajit. l'cderal and S'ate, was to
th-itw ptoteiton irnund th MTia.l
detler We believed that we w-uld be
criticised by the public it we m nntalueil
prices thev we-e and driiv.- out of
hijHlres niapy small baktr "
"Some of vnui teisoi.K v.ere altiui-tic
nd some practltal"" aked Mr. Btcke:.
"Ves, repllwl Mr. Ward.
Theodore Weissenberg. a eiinll Biook
lyn baker, said he could Use about e
r M qutrt of watei In baking up a
hrrel of flour An espert tor ti,
emits Bread Conipan) recent Iv tetltleil
I'Mt lis company usttl forlv-nine quarts
The Inquiry n 11 continue tn..no-rotv.
WHEAT EXPORTS FALL OFF.
r. ....... ..i .. I..... . r. s-i.... t ......
sere .miller In Ills 1-isl loll ,l,n , f '
l'ebruai) than In ihe similar peilot! of '
uat v, ihe llgures be nr; ,IDi! i
n.hels ,t- against I, t,at,,;r.. Italv was 1
1 .. .
' ingest nuyer oi tne gnun, taking 1
'VZ'H bushels as agflisi slu.TSS i
ie: ., th Januare t.erlud. Th-
Ve'her.nnds look the next larsttt
amount 27,f 1 bushels, as ag,iint
"."v; the preceding month. Ihigland
l" llSS'.'l bushel. ;n again: ;o t,Zl
In .lanuari Norway w is Hie largest
h'iver of wheat flour, purchasing ,r.,XJ"
b-'ig' as against I H, 175 bags In the last
tn da's of janutr)'.
WHEAT TAKES ANOTHER DROP.
Cs.h Mnple Sell nn l.nvv tie Rl.lil
Clltcjtuo, March " -There was a fur
ther crash In whett values on the Board
ef Trade to-dav 111 view of the prospec
tive opening or the Dardanelles by the
a'hed f)ee and Hie iele,ts of Russian
Cash wheat sold as low as 11.13 a
v"J.ihel, 7 tents lowtr than vestenl ly's
h Kh pr.ee, and Ma sold at l II H,
which is si,, rentk lower than yesterday's,
There waH a flight rally for the May
oplloti and the close was Jl-P-'a. Tho
July option lost nearly T. rcr.U In the
extreme range, hut dosed at 1 Hi's, a
net loss of only 2'i cents,
The I'hllsdelplilti Still
1lNPON, March Th
1.1ns steamship Philadelphia Is still III
port and the day upon which ulie will
leave hne not b.,en settled. The ofllclal
of the line sal, I to-day that she would
not dt pun before next Thursday. Slu
HU teen delayrd by a. ah Ike of coal
Preneh CjenerHl nt PetroucHtl.
ftv t'tntrnt AVtri
rrTr.ofir.Ap, March " (Ten, Pau. Ihe
rrenrh cavalry commandei, tllned al
the Trench L'mbassy lo-nlglil The
VlfKn included M Saonoff, Iho Russian
Minister of l'oielgii Affairs, the BHtlsh
Ambassador and the Servla and Bol
The tircttv nuriK Human who was .
flulu In the li.ithtnh of n suite of rooms
I al the Hotel Windsor, l'hllailellihln. on
' Mon1ii. n'ght w.m Identltli'd yesterday
, .ik Mrs. 1-Mnii Toile r Hall, wife of Hurry
Hut!, it civil engineer of Wuterbury.
Conn., iind daughter of a civil war vet
with the discovery of the woman's
. . . ... . iiiniin mill inn t.iniinib .iivnv in-
,. , ... . .v,.,,. ...mime.. leuitlm- in. ... . .. .... . .. 1
... , n ,
i " "iiii.i'i""-. . i
Her fourth Ua affair ended In death ;
for hcn-elf and for Oharhi, ril. 'lal-.
lirr saer. wiu en in wue .1110 nonv ;
here to take Mrs. Hall away with him '
He diil mi with Ills wife knowing th.-
facts and pleading with him 10 race
about and lead a different life.
IMnjfill l.ovc l.fllrr.
When Mrs. Hall, who had lived In
hi. cltv for months, went to 1'hlladel-1
phla with St. Clair she had no Inkling 1
. .. . 1.U.....1. c I
.1.. ..... ...,A.it. ..Hhniiitii st.
c uir uniiounteiiiv 1001; ner away ivim 1
.1. int. . tin., of .hootlnir her and hlin-1
self. A note. Ich wl. In tar
room In the Windsor before St. rpttr
.... 1 I - l....f..l In l.u ..nr...
JUIIICI1 liri, ian n.ij mi m .n,-. ...j .....i ...v.. i.m ...j . ... ......
slon of love. The note had been torn me for what I am about to do. When
to rihrcds, but when patched together I you ge this I'll ! cK.ul mid she will
U read. j bo dead with me. S'exer mind. It Is
"DKAnEST: Yon know you aked mo better t.o. I cannot tit nit of an) othfr
to write you a letter, so here It Is. Now, way o.it of my troubles. She Is mar
when you come upstairs you arc going ned to another man ho hatn and we
to ask me who I am writing to. and can onlt die together. You will lw
when I don't tell you you are going to letter off without me. ile.tr Cod bbtss
get 'a mad on.'
This note Is Just to tell you I love
vou. You were very lovel) to me to-1
day. and, boy dear, that's the only way
to make me love you. Its' not tho things!
you glo me or do for me. hut the at
tention and the thousand and one
thoughtfulnesses that some men pay
women. That's all 1 ask.
"You kno-v I might Just as well tell
you till this, so I'm not going to write
any mote. I want to be near you. Yours,
That was the last of many love notes
that Mrs. Hall wrote In her varied
eateer. The story told about her by
Arthur B. Stein, a brothcr-lii-h'.w of
Harry Hull, and other facts gathered
In W.iterbury show ih.it the woman
was the daughter of Kranklln Potter of
ithe Connecticut town She was edu
cated In exclllsUc schools for girls, was
much admired and was Inclined lo b
She wtnt on the vaudeville -tape
CHORUS GIRL WIFE
Mrs. (ioldiiuin. Sued for
orce I iy HitnkerV Son,
Tolls, of Tris.
! IMIlh Ostein! Goldman, the chorus Itfr.UNiiToN, Vt.. .March I. I'rohlbl
1 eiri wbn married Robert Ooldman. son ! tlm. gained four cities in the city and
it' Henry Ooldnian. head of the bank-Mown
li'ig tlrm of ,-iohlman. I,m ;'o.. after
.voting Coldinitii had given up bis course
nt Wil'iams College in hi sophomore
year, look the witness stand yesterda)
i.erore Mipreme Court .luttice Creen
baiim. and ass. rted that the divorce
ull was brought by her husband s.
father after the voting huha.rd had
been sent to a Colorado ranch, and
that It war a "franieup. '
Mrs. lio'ditian said she had done noth
ing Improper, but was put In compro
mising positions, by the elder Oold
niati's private secretary iind tletectlv.-s
seeking i vldenie Concerning irMlmmi)
bv I'lie.i r Mann, the pilvate i-crlar.v
and a ibtrvtlve as to a rani on Mi
iloldnianV itsirnt In a Chlcagu hotel
while she wa pitying there Ir. "The
Belle of Bond Street." Mrs. Coldmin
"That night after the
my roommate and 1 went
to a popular
priced restaurant for ham nnn esgn.
vvi.i. i-.il li.tek to our IOHI11S I
started to write some litters, but found'
I hud no ink. I telephoned for sonic
and within four or live minutes then
was a knock, and supposing it was a ,
bellbov, I opened the door. Then In
burst two men and one of them seemed,
to In- Intoxicated. I asked them to leave,
but the Intoxicated one wouldn't go."
Mrs. Uohlman said that Mann and,
the ibtecllves then rushed in and told
her that tliey had ev'drnce for a dl-von-e
and that sh "didn't have a leg
lo stand on "
Mr... ilwhlnian asst-ted Cat the r.tl.l
on hei tipailnienl in W.st Mntli stpel
i. few weeks after her nurrlage was
in.iiie iifter ii voting man wlio Introduced .
himself a- Nathan Harris, a friend of ,
I hei husband, had accompanied her
1 home. She eald he aked permission to
i..l ..er nu
coat and before sue rearieo
1 1 at such all act llllgltl I"' UlSt OIst lUCil
the raiders fori eil their witv in narri
then aMked r to sum a coniess n in
save din "l she consented, thinking
i,,w I.... Siislitinrl . frlenrl
sin .- , ,' ..ji
f'oin exposure She said she e,irn rt
allenvaru mat im- .i.ne -
'f r.i leentt.
Mte. Oold'lian when cross-examined
ailm'tte.) that so many of her sworn
si.itenienl. were untrue lluil Justice
Oreenbauni warned Iter that fhe m gut
involve lierseir ncrioiiD
Ti. case will go to th'- Jur) this
BAY STATE EDUCATION PLAN.
(im'. Wiilsh I'lixtir Mill rr I nl
verill) l'. tenxloit.
Boston, March ". - Clov W also ap
pointed to-day a committee lo draft a
bill piovldlng for i iiulverslt) exten
sion svetun In tills State. The conim'l
tee will coutdst of Dr. David Snedden,
chairman of the State Board of lliluca
tinlit the Rev- 'hailes W. I.vons,
piesldivtJt of Boston College; II. C,
Rumpus, t.'rtidint of Tufta; Dean
Jaunt. Hard) Ropes of Harvard and
A. Lincoln I'Menu.
The fjuwrnur believes tli.it Massa
chusetts can establlHh this form of edu
cation at an Initial cot ot :,'
SUFFRAGE WINS IN PENNA.
ennlc ('nliilillttce MaUcs n
llAiiuisiiPiiu, March " By u vote of
H to 7 the Senate Judiciary fletier.il
Committee In-day reported mil the
House unman elinr.llte imistltutlnniil
aiiieiiilment resolution, Tho union ,
caiiie as a surprise. II Is not expect! il
there will be an) hearing on the bill
I1S passage h predicted by M Slllist'ill
To SpciiL fur ,Mr, llm rmryrr. j
Mrs, II, O, Huvcnieyer has nppolntod
IMna Aug of tho "Show Shop" company
to speak for her on the siirTrago pio
gramnio at the Klflh avenue "Votusj for
Women Hhoii" this afternoon,
when IS years old. She Is said to have
Iitirfl..! r ..I U'l..i.tu l..l -,.!
married a man named Staples first and
to have travelled with him. llliin a
short lime, however, file returned to her
home, saying tint she had lieeii divot ced,
WVtl (n n PleinlM. I
within n short t die went on the
stage iik.1 In at the Inat Ration of Harry
Hall." ,.i,t Mr. Mii.ln. ...n,i .l.o..,i im.
mediately a planl.it. Al Nlekeiaon, foltlli
ivrccnieu letters vvi men 10 inn iriri nyi
1 1 a I!. Theni wai a nuarrul nm
..',,i.. .,......, i' t,,n,. i... .iiinr... .1
..Hal, Wi, , llivt, wUh h,.ri l)1)t ,
ehortlv utli r l.avlinr .S"l.-ki'i-iin the L'lrl,
rt,L.V ' .!: it ,00 her to
Waterliiiry. and when Hall realized tin.
situation ho told the girl that mil.
Ishe married him he. Hall, would kill
votlon. marrleil him. St. Clair then'"'
Jrank laudanum In an attempt to com-
11011 fit. tjiair reacntyi t'miarieinni.'t .
i im' '"'i ' 010 mir, iio in
at 15S Kast Slxtv-llfth street, telling of
Wj "" The Icttor ,
lt.. .1 .rll-... t.-l.t.- ..U'a 1
I) on and keep you, ilea. heart. ou are.
UK very nesi ume in u.i:
world I hav ever known"
'III tin' nlelile."
Mrs. St. Clalr replied to the letter,
begging him to return. She did not
take his suicide threat seriously. In her
ltter she said :
"1 know ),.ii will not do what )ou
say 'n the letter, and you needn't bluiT
now about suicide. Vou had this planned
for some time I will help )ou If you
will come btck. 1 am not aiifry with
you. only vti ). very sorry for )ou. May
(iod bless )ou and keep you from at y
r.iMi act' This is all I can say M)
heart is loo full."
The letter wa slgnnl "Vour loving
wife. Kittens "
St Clalr had betn a pitze tlghie
and Intel' lie owned t.ixlcnb I" tills
illy lb n ar-inl ii 1l.tigkii.ii; when
nil a tour of the world, bis wife having
lwen a nurse In a li sp.tal there.
DRYS GAIN FOUR CITIES
IN VERMONT ELECTIONS
0lil Hi Out of l!l PIiicps Wet
Montpolier Swi telle
elections held In tills State to-day. '
f,.,p,e,e returns ,-,vc six,, en ' Ut-
town, out of lit. wet Last e.tr mere
were twentv pines vvft
Montpeiler, which was net l.il .ve.tr,
switched by a narrow margin Into the
dry column, and llciintnitton reversed
the pro-ess b) Joining the wets. In Bur
lington the license vote cairled the day
by the narrow margin of twenty. live
Rutland, thr teennd largest city In
III.- State, icliialned wrt bv three voles.
Other of the Important places which are
, wot arc St. Albans. Vcrgcunet. Colches
ter .shnn-hiijii, l-'.tlrliav en, Brighton and
Among the town winch went back
Into the drv coluum after being license
I a year were vvaieriiui) aim swiiiiu'ii.
In Iturllng on S. Dr. w.
was tiected Mayor ovet
i 'rain by a majorllv of slI
nrli ( urtillnii nnlc I'nsses Mte
RAt.r.n.it. N C Marcn Tin- North
Carolina Smate pissed to-dav the drier
antl Jug hill, alre.td). passed b the
House, but amended It to provide for
HiitimlMsliin to the voters at n special
election Vugusl I Tim measure pro
vldt d that no alcoholic liquor or any
Ingredient used III Its manufacture fchall
be ilellVt led 111 the Slate
I olorilllo l.rclsllllltre llllt "
l,an In Mntsf Mute lr?' .Xevl tear.
i rtttsviB, March " The Colorado
l-gslnture coniplet.sl the law tti en
foice th-. statewide tsmstlt1l1onal pro-
hlbltinn iiiiiendmenl rffecilve on Janil
t.rv I Itllti. when the Senate and
t0., HiloiSl'd the report of the ban-
rnmM1llte The irn nsurt now Roe
' In ,), governor
,,n nrnur signs
Hill. I'.rteetlv.- .Inn.
, lioisit, Idaho, March J
Hp,er lias sigind the prohibition bill
, rn,,Kiig the inatiufiicture or sale of n-
' tovlisttlng liquor in Idaho unlawful af
ter .lanuarv I
rnsnt'M Mnfovt lile
Vole of 10 to
Svi.t Lakt, Otv, Mandi ". The
Wootter statewide prohibition hill his
now passed the House by a vote of
10 to '. It passed (lie Semite about
two weeks a go.
I Coelltlcn Iteef (n fin,
i WvHMiMlTn.s', March 2. -Congress has
' mailt provision for the icmovnl of Coen
I lies Reef ill Hal River. The Senate
' adopted to-day Hie Joint resolution ap
proved by 111" House December 21 hist
Till icsolutlou now only rcqulrc Ihe
slitunliire of tlie I'tesldcnt. Thin reso
I Union unloi kf an unexpected balance of
J7,"iO,0OH for the lltipiovement of New
1 Vork harbor.
Mr- James B. Regan
presents his compliments to the newspapers and
the public and begs to thank them for their
courtesy and co-operation in his efforts to
feed and comfort the hungry ant! unemployed.
42nd St. at Broadway
XKIT1IEH VERY FRIENDLY'
IiKtre!4 w.i written large on the i
fine of Hurry A. Van Aulten. n stmt,
middle np-il Kalexman from Hoihe!iir,
.,,,, ,, rraKnci yesterday befei-o
,. , , . .... . ,u v.i,..m.. r,n.
MiiBiflriite .Nolan In the orkvllle po-
- e court, charged by hln wife, who lias
a millinery nhop In Hoehoster, with
bin Ins costly clothes for Mixs llttty
...... .. , .... ...
MiiVbi. it tifcitit. ncircss. also under nr-
rest, and charging thm to her ncemmt, !
! . - - .
which was in III. name of her former
blisUuid. Hlolmrdison. at Olmbels toi e.
l"' ",w ,1,nP " ,,r- ' "' 'M1" "
I'ls wife. tall, stately d K.av lialrnl.
other side w;as suss .MOiei.
."l" "" i"""1'
" n in. mu eacn was wnunt. u. wm
" 'T "-''
nuso.inn ana mis jouiik wumhiii.
',ec ar.n ...... .. ...
How did 1 know that It was a crlmo
.. ,-- , ... ,,,.
I" " nim ouy m- uuinrs.
Ves. ' was rig h ther- behind him
. .,. f .... .,i
" l"" wiu ..v .v r,
the charge account department that we
were Mr. and Mrs. Richardson. Of
course I couldn't say I wasn't"
"Had you been with him lo the store
"Yes, seveial times. H told me to
order J.it whit I wan'ed "
Mattl'trate Nolan held Van Auken and
the voung woman In t!.."0o ball each
for a further hearing to-morrow. As
he did so Isaac Haas of Haas Bios.,
a silk firm, stepped forward and .ild
i be nlshcd to malt a charve agjIn-tA'an
Mlkeii for fleecing him out cf 7fi hy
a boius check As the bank on whleh
the check Is drawn Is In llochcsler It
will be several days before a represen
tative can appear as a witness aaalnst
the stlesniaii If Haas makes a for.t.al
When Assistant District Attorney
Spies told Mrs. Van Auken that her
husband, whom she married about a
vet- ago. was an e-eonvlrt she was
"I am done with him forever," she
si.il to the rep. i ters as -.he left court
,wit.i her lfi-year-old daughter Lucille.
1 shall never have an) thin: more to
do with him after he has been pun
ished for this iiffer.ee."
As the clothes which Mr. Van Vuken
bought for Miss McN'eel on Mimda) are
value I at fTO tho charge against them
'. -.I'd larceny. T.ie) are liable to
Impi Ivonmeiit for nM more than ten
, yea is.
, MRS. ANGLE'S TRIAL TO-DAY.
Iittluc r.trltlils I'rlttllnix tf Worn,
tin's titri llefnre 0tfttlnt.
Tvvtfomi, Conn.. March 2. Wanting
porters bv .
t I'd.t) to new spapel re
uperlor Court Judge will-
J iam, before whom Mrc. Helt-n M. Angle
!i- to appear In Bridgeport to-morrow
for trial on a charge of manslaughter,
,iiat publication of any statement cred-
tte ,o .v.rs. ai g,e o, eviiiencc ny wn.c. b
she expected to clear heiself of the.
charge would hi In contempt of court
and would bo so pun'e'hrd.
Informa'lon gained from an author!-
tative source to-das was to the
Utrr Ute'riV.', "cse a
The State has subvnaed upward of
twentv -the wltntsfes It I understood
that much weight will be placed by the
State on testimony it expects from nhv
elcians who performed an atitopsv on
the body of Waldo Tt Ballon, whose
death Mrs. Angle is accused of having
,'iiued, after It was sent to Wlnchendon, ,
Mas . for burial.
BOMBS MENACE NOVELIST.
Mrs. Mnry nnlirrln ninrbnrl
tliinl.lrk rinrltia Mr Held.
Letters received In this city yesterdiv
to il of the experiences of Mrs. Maty
Roberts Rlnehart. the novelist, during a
r nt attack hy the Oermati airmen on
Dunkirk, where she had gone in search
ot war adventures. K'ghtv 'mink-, were
dropped and most of then landed In the
neighborhood of the hotel where Mrs.
Rmehart wa "topping
Wh 11 the a'tink began the novelist,
on advice of a Belgian ofllis'r. sought
sifety oq the second lloor of the hotel
She remained there for the two hour
the attack lasted and then giltng to )c-r
room saw from the window ambulances
picking up the dead and woiiniled tti the
public square. Most of the night was
spent anxlotislv walling for something
to happen, but the hotel esicapeil and
Mr. Rlnehart finally got to bed at
o'cloek In the nuirnlni,. thnmugilv eon
vlnced that she had gone lo the pght
spot for excitement
DUCHESS WINS POINT.
Motion to Dismiss niinltoenl Vc-I
(Ion ttf I'ormer Miss lllliinn tlenlell.
IIITf Pl.slNH. Marcl, V -Jst.-e
Keogh drilled lo.dav a nm!! in to i1Imii,,is
the iiilt brought by the Dnrhe.ss Do Majo
Diirazzo, forimrl) M'sf I'llrahnh l'rai -ces
II, in, in, srter of John llinr.v llanan.
th shoe manufacturer, for Hie annul
ment of her nixnlige to Duke Art tiro
D M ijo Dura.zo. It was contended m
ji-,,alf of the Diiko that tee court had
po Jura-diction over him because he 1 i
subject of Italy and because hi wife
hecime an Italian aubject b.v her mar
riage Tim plaintiff filed with her paperr an
antenuptial agreement In which tin
Duke renounces any claim to my portion
of tier estnte acquired by the laws of
Italy should any divorce, separation or
annulment action be brought.
The annulment suit will bo Irb-d in the
Mrs. Rml'y O,
Sue Accident I n.
K, Baiimaun, w Idow
of iluslavi! Hnuiuann, proprietor of the
Iloto'i Blltniorc, who was killed by fall
ing from Ihe roof of the hotel, filed suit
in Hie Supreme Couit yesterda) to ic
cover $3(1,001) accident Insurance from
the Preferred ccMent Insurance Com
pany of New York. The company con
tends that the hole) man's death wa
not an accident
IL IL T. CMAN(!K VVANTKD
Health rfimmlcsloner tJoMw.itHr will
not enf.n-ee bin order ietrlrilnc the load
on the Klghly-Hlxth Htnet trolley earn to
150 tier cent, of the Keating capacity
until March in. The iblny wiih granted
at the reqiiiHl of Theodore I'. Shonts,
president of the Intcrhorough, which
controls the roinp'iny which owiik the
i:if,lity-nlxth street Hue. Mr. ShontM
. ild that the Interboroiigh wauled time
, ,..1,1-1, . .... ,.,. ..n-er nrklng for 11
,. 1)f ,(,.,,!, r , r I il ther
, , , , ....
action . oiuml-sli,er Uohluatcr will
n, hearing to the cuiipany at .1 r. M.
on March in.
Ti( pub Pen.,r(l rmmlsslon
"ri,-rt" "-taheai.ngbeheb..,, regard
to service on the l'lfty-nuwn street nn
also Included In Commissioner Cold
water's order at 1" A. M. -n March S.
The commission's statement says that,
its transit bureau
has reported that
there was need of additional service on
this line during certain non-rush hours,
and that the commission will determine
whether such set vies nhall be ordered.
The statement says that tin- transit
bureau repot t was made on February
21, whldi wa before Commissioner
t.oldwater Issued his older.
Commissioner (Voldwater announced
"itit he would servv an nrd-r upon the
Blooklyn Rapid Transit simllai to tb(
one In reg-trd to the two Manhattan
lines The order will prob tbly be served
The (Vnitnlssioner also wrote a letter
to l-'rederlek W. Whltridge. prt-slilcnt of
the Third AveniK ltillio.ul, In response
to Mr. Whltrldge's letter of the day'
befoie. Pr. iJoldw.it. r said that th
only function of tho Board or Health 'n
the present clteuiiietanccs was to abate
nuisance which were pretudii lal (o
health, but that If Mr. Whltridge wanted
to know how in my cars were neetbd
to iccnmmodnte tralllc on l"lfty-nln,a
street lr a ieas.tn.tble manner he would
be glad u, apptil-it a llevth pcp.irtmei,:
represfi.t.ttii e t" study ri inurements 'n
coopetHtl-iii Willi a railroad comp.iny
It Mr. Whltridge would opera'e
enough cuts to handle tralllc In the rus t
hours, wiote lie, (ioldwaler, the He.Uih
Department would do evervti.lng pf
slide to induce patrol's of the line t i
Ulllls.e tile 'ai'llitlis oifered so .is to
etiriservr their own health and comfit: r
iml tip'ioM the law against overcrow d-
intt H intituled.
1 n with Irferesi iml satisfa.'.
Hon voiii declnred willingness to give
the publti the besr s, r ire tiossibie.
What n splendid thing It would b t"
give the .-li) a demonstration of the
eltlclent t.gulatinn ot p-issennep tratll'
on at ieaI ono clt) line. Cordltlnns
on the I'lftv-nlnth slrnt line luivo st
greatlv Improved under your adminis
tration tlm I am sine that 'vlth a slight
adibi tonal effort tho lire coutd be ,n tde
. model for all the lints n the city"
William I'roi lor of I'loctoi Nonl,
, wrol, lo ,,. Commissi M.er
, ,'.,, ,t ...
Iiik that altlioiigh he owned 2Sn,flmt
worth of tract lull securities he bad been
unable to h ive conditions on th Madlso i
avenue Ilr.e bettered
1 AIKEN SEES MINSTREL SHOW.
N niiii-rtin Dinner Parties Precede
V Islt to 1 bentre.
iKrv S ('. March 5 Manv dinner
parties , receded a pci fnriuaiice Inie
last night of Oiorgc I'vans's m nstrels
Among those at t- e Aiken theatre were
I Mr and Mrs. H M nthon. Mr and
Mrs. W i:. Clark. Mr and Mrs J II.
Pirdee. Mrs Joel Litis Klshcr. Miss
Vieva 1'isj' er. Dfvercux I.mrnet, Jr,
Mr and Mrs Lawrence Terln, Mrs
Paulding I'nsdlck, Mr and Mrs. Oliver
Peril, Mis Joseph II irrinian, Mr and
Mrs. Ilirbtrt Ilarrluian, Miss Rose
Dolan, Mr ,tcd Mr. Oouverieur Morris,
fleoige I Scott and Miss Ml ml Scott.
Mrs .loh n H. Ilammnril started for
New York to-da) after b'ltig w'tli Mr.
and Mrs. William D. Sloane for several
davs. ,1a tne H Talle? will return to
New York the litter pari of this week
Seott Cameron w'M flirt on T'urs-
i da) for N't w York Mi mid Mrs
Prank P. Bcl'.unv iiiottned lo-dt' lo
Savannah, where they will remain unfit
Saturday, when than will return to New
Arrivals al Ihe New Highland Park
'lintel todtv incliuleil Mr and Mrs N
II Leahry and Mrs. ileorge . War
j Iteport ttf merlcnn cities Co.
i The itierfaii Cities Companv for
the vear ended December rt 1 , trill re
portt total r.-efpi of 1 f. 2c,si7i. i
again! $ 1 .v.'iCi.'J 1 c the tear before Sur
plus nailibie for dividend on the coni
1 moil slori. was f 100. Miv. as ng-t'list ..',!,-
I'll, equivalent to fil of 1 pei cent.,
against !W of I per cent the previous
A Storv of snuiKss'liny
told in the author's
best mystery style.
V;ir AT All. BOOKSELLERS Ml
LITTLE, BROWN & CO.
IMT OFF FROM TO-DAY
Mrs. Ida Snlffen Walters, the formei
cDiupanion of I.orlys Klton llogers, will
not bf taken to the Coroner's court In
The Bronx this morning for the purpose
of atltlidlng the Inquest Into the death
of her two babies, to whom shn gave
poison on Iiecetibcr SS last. Alirahntn
Levy, her attorn), obtained an order
from Justice Brady yesterday afternoon
directing Coroner Hyim lo nhmv cause
w.i) tho court should not restrain the
Coroner from compelling Mr. Waltris
10 tiM..inl lit itiniikt hi vlnw of tlio fir.
lliat she has been Indicted for tnurd. r
and Is within the jurisdiction of the ,
,tustlco Brady alo signed an ord'r
which will serve, as a temporary stay
against the Coronr or any of the county
authorities who may seek to bring Mrs
Walters Into the Coroner's court to
day. By reason of the order Coroner Tlynn
announced last night that the Inquest
would be postponed until after brlday.' nlrilj;(r ', , 'rcklng and
when the order to show cause Is t" j ulmtiiliu; or scows In Manhattan Is
ttirnable before Justice Brady, and there . Jvuu a week.
will he a decision on the point at Issue. 1 The bill now befoie the Maor allows
... u.o i.i.,,i fr.-m. tin. time 1,1 f ,,,v finiilsh land and fixed
Mr. Lw has Insisted from the time ,,.,,,. ,f lho r, n,rll(.,ol. propose
Mrs. Walter was Indicted that there , ,,,, tIl(, ,npoaa pi,,,u n tfty
was no occasion for a Coroner's Inquest i land utli. rwis the contractor sup
lle admitted 'that the facts rhowed that j I" c t'.te tructuro and equipment At
the woman did give the poU-on to her
babies, lie maintained that the Coroner
had lost Jurisdiction over the case, when
Mrs Walters was Indicted
Mr. Levy sent a letter to the Coroner
on Saturday In which be protested
against Mr. Walters being compelled
to attend the Inquest. He did not re
celve a reply, and )csterda) he called
Up the Coroner mid advised him to get
In touch with the Corporation Counsel's
otllre and barn what his rights wetc.
.Nothing oeveioiwu .in,: me lawyer tu( me.tnieM n Used structure
d'l tated an allldavlt and made a motion I ,hoiild be ir turned In the city In no;
for an order to show cause lie ls- j more titan six or c,ght veirs. It wtl'.
patched Imth to The Bronx by his son. b- possible 10 spent enough money 'n
Newman Lcv. They were pnesented i 1 j.l.int a-i.l equ'pmeiit lo obviate prsen
Jiistbe Brady In the afternoon. Copies nuisances"
of .lustl e Bradv'r tinier were served on j iycscp lontra-ts fm r, fuse dlspoeil
the Sheriff, the c-oroner and the District I w 111 expire on .l itiuar) I. 1?17 It wil
Attoniev of Bronx county. , t ike more thin a vetr ,md i half to
Mr Levy explained .iftcr-vard Ihatlb'rld the prooed reduction work.
the a'tltudc of the Coroner made It j - -
nr.essarc for him to take such ft course, .v ....... .....r.
In behalf of h' cllenl. Coroner I'lynn. GR0EHL MAY BE PRISON IlLAD.
ho-wver, said that the Penal Code re- !
quired him to call wl'neses to Inquire i sslstrttil Itlslrlct Vllorne. In ,nc.
Into homicides and that ho was only j , , , it,.p..,.
obt1ng the law.
' icport from tni'vortliy sources in
COURT ROOM CONDEMNED.
trt Victim ttf
fllsensr Rrercllnic Conrt Itnttni
Judge Otto A. Rosalsky, who has been
presiding In Part VI. ot tleneral Se-
sIoiih, went home sick yesterday, and
Immediately that court room was con-
demned ns linhealthful Judge'-iiosaleky
has muscular rheumatism and th clerk
of the court. Richard T Pcttlt, l. at
home, suffering from the grip.
Judge Swann, who presided In Part
VI. receutl). carried awa) with him a
hard cold, and Judge Wadhame. who
piesided 'here last month, said that his
jurors frequentl) complained that the) established niinin uiti pi'.'es as follows
were forced to sit with overcoats on. 'to take effect tn.div Baldwin Lot otiio.
Tne court room wae made out of the ' I've C.nnpam o.ninnii. Jit. iire-f,-rred.
old Judges' chamber on the eerond floor ;i". and Ch -ago and Nor'hwi stern coin
of the Criminal Courts Building, 'mon, IIP
Convenience, Courtesy, Certainty
Hard Coal, No Smoke
Your Watch Is Your Time Table
plan w.noo.onn plant
Hopes of a garbage disposal system
which will not be a public ntilsatirn nro
hi Id out In the city by Strut Cleaning
Commissioner l' tin rslon as the result
of a bill passed by the Legislature last
week at the ic'iuest of the Mltchel ad
ministration. The mciutuic is now befoie the Ma., or.
It Is called "a bill In amend the (.letter
New Voik ('halter In relation to the
M 1 in I illshpiittlon of refuse." tt per
mits llir cite to make a tlftic.11 year
"r,,m ""'' "r "I'P"'
" "f - f
iK l'dlng ashes, garbage, rubbish and
street cleanings. llvt ntually th? plan
means municipal ownership of a $9,000,
At pnsent the city Is paying alxmt
J 1,400,000 a year on five separate
contracts, limited to five years, to got
rid of Its wajrte products, although tho
Now York Disposal Crmpaliy on Bar
ren Island pa.vs the cltv about 1100,
! nrin .. ...... .....I t, . , ...... .t..
' J ' "'"Vr.V ...Vu
I everything o'so reverts to th city with-
It Is estimated that plmt and equip
ment w.U c,et !, 000,00 and return
about 10 per cent, prollt L'ndei th..1
, proposed agrrcmi nt the city would In
vent i',;,nn,onn in buildings, and the con
tractor J'l.riOO.OOo in equipment.
"Prom this investment," Commissioner
JVtherston said, "there should result,
through sclentlil,- treatnent ot wastes
h) products worth mote than Sl.OOO.ono
The clt) should be able to save at least
the pteseni co.-t of refuse dieposal,
IOii.OOii, and under norml conditions the
1 Albntiv vesterdnv had it that Frederick
I J liroelil. Assistant District Attornev.
would probaltlv be the successor of Statt
Supcrlniendent of Prisons John B.
Bile. Mr tlrnehl s raine is, s,,d to
bead the list of persons being consld-
ered bv the ttovernor for 1he.pot
When tlnv. Whi.nian was asked con
1 certilng the report he enilb-il and said:
, ".Nothing I certain Just now.
When the rumor was called to Mr
tlroehl's attention he s.,id-
"1 know nothing whatever about It.
1 have nothing to say."
.New Mllilmntti MocU Prices.
The Sto.-k Itx-'hance committee hi
As Evrrv Hour on the Hour tts.: titun- Icavr I.,ihtri
Strret from 7 A. M. to 10 I'. M, weekdays; H 4. M.
to 11 V. M. Sundays. Midnijjit train daily! Slccp
rrs ready 10 P. (I.nivc West '2'd St. 10 ininiiic
of the hour for all train.)
HE nun tflilltil'te hottlt is a
ivonJtrjul llnnc in kttb Har
riotts Kytiift. lut, tiy Jttt,
I'm glad I Jn' t hti'ie ladiink
it out of a MififjillMt gl'iii-"
Be suta you get Catsuit Rvc in the nnn
lefillable bottle "a good bottle lo keep
good whiskey good." From 1788 to the
present day, there hat been no change in
the quality except to imfrvie it.
STUWART DISTILLING CO.
Philadelphia NcwYotk Baltimore
WAR RESCUE BRIDE
SEEKS HER FREEDOM
Trieked Into Mnrriniie After
Antwerp Kenpe. Snj Mi's.
A joung Herman woman of artlfl.e
and general etlucalion who was toned
to flee fiom Antwerp at the beginning of
the Invasion of Belgium by the t'erman
army made an appt t In (lie Supreme
Court )esertl,i.v lo be tellcved fiom her
marriage to the man who aided her ant
her mother I,, i-r.inr She alleged that
j she was Induced In give her unwilli.i;
consent to the niai-iagr through fiaudu
! lent reprefentatloiis ta.ii slu would he
I sent back to Antwerp or to an Kngllsh
j coiirenirntinn eanui
'Ihe plaintiff. Mis Mule Kempe, who
1 1 suing William Kempe of I Din ngdeu
jiiveniie. The Bionv, was Maria linden
I sladt. She ,t native of Oermati). and
j when the war started -lie wa living n
i.Mitweni fllli Iter niothf aid upporl
i Ing both by giwnc i .'i-i lessons p,.r
; .several years Kempe. .i well to do 'tn-
porler, hatl lieeii ia) lug court to her,
but she had no iitteiluni tor hlin. she
savs, and refuted 10. oifet- nf mar' .-e
The complaint say- that ..u iign.-i -.'u
la-1 an allegel m.irii.tgc ceinpon.v wis
perfiirtned at the Cltv I Mil b) an Mdei
in.ui. and Ibai the- pi tltitllV . onseut w.i
tthlalned thmugli the fraud of the de
fendant In knowing that -h t I .le
portation b) the inini,giaiiiin aiiilioi it'. .
bai k to Antwerp 1 1 1 : nf bet l.i. k
nf knowledge of the ininngi .'tion laws
Mrs. Kempe alleges that Kempe told
hei that only by marrving him wnull
she lie ptrmlttcl to bind h n . and in
! fear of her I'fe and bbiit) th. gave bet
ionnt Slit allege- that she hasn't
I lived with Kempe slice the leieiuony
j was prrfoi tin d
Wel-matl A- Ileitz, colltl-el loi Mi
Kempe, .hi tint the l.i nt nf I- .-v M.tl
1 old and Kc'llpi is In es. ipmg f m
Antwerp the) lit, I t i 'n. item : in i
jwitlioui I 'A I tin o t'n belongings
or ativ motiev K. "tie. hi i , icin-at.'. i
.ihem, hid ,fi p". eii-i.(v f,M, 1,,- i-i'd for
I r'ie f p iss ice
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