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r Jibe Daughter Who Has Twice
Seen Turned from Her Door
f Asks Magistrate Ommen for
I h a Summons
Court Refuses to Act Until Proof
that the Girl Is Mrs Eliass
i I Daughter Is Furnished to im
F She Wants 5000
Hannah Ella the negre < < who o
J 4 Dame was ibroutrht Into publicity by the
ti murderer of Andrew II Green Is pay
1 to g the penalty of exposed qalth Per
I > sons anxious to ahae her fortune are
besieging her on every hand
5 Her daughter whom sho placed In
charge of Travers Hudson a Philadel
I phia negro elevator man sixteen years
agog has Invoked tho aid of the Ian In
n effort to get 5000 ot the Ella wealth
a recompense to Hudson and her
Brothers and slsteri hive sljmlfled a
desire to be declared eligible to thosdls
From lUxurious contentment In a
Central Park West mansion secure
from prying eyes and Inquisitive In
I quiries the ncgrew with tho remark
able history has been shifted Into the
limelight Her servants report that she
9 S la too HI to see callers a statement that
i can bo readily credited She might
Jt leave town but her history is now to
well knjrta that It Is doubtful If she
rp oould find a hiding place In which she
could keep her Identity a secret
I AiLcil Court ti > Aid Her
After two Ineffectual attempts to gain
ntrance to the homo of her mother
Clara Elias Hudson went to the West
I Side Police Court today with a lawyer
i I named Allaire to seek advice Shoo told
the Magistrate that she was anxious to
lee her mother that admission had been
5 J denied her jestcrday afternoon and last
night and that she desired some sort
of legal license to force her nay Into
the bouse at No 236 Central Park West
Magistrate Ommen listened to the
S tory or the girl who Is quite Intelli I
gent It appears that her neighbors In
Philadelphia knew of her antecedents
S I t according to her own story She says
I that she hos suffered the taunts of her
playmates since she was old enough to
I Undarstand
tL Lawyer Allaire said that the girl and
34r fosterfather believed that It was
tim for Hannah Elias to do something I
for the daughter Who was born to her
S In the Philadelphia almshouse He In
S slnuattd that the Court might take
S 1 Ionic5 step to fotce the Ellas woman
to tab care of the girl even though
she would not open the house to her
MjLC lBtrate Ommen said that first of
all ha woull have to be shown proof
S that Hannah Ellas Is the mother ot
i Clara Hudson With such proof lie
S cold It would be necessary for the girl
to how that she was In danger of be
S I coming a public charge before ho could
taka any steps to force her mother to
S take care of her Ho expressed a will I
I S ingness to Issue a summons for hannah
it Elias It the daughter can produce the
requisite evidence
I Wants Her to laT 9BOOO
II I It Is understood that Hudson will be
I content with I1dO of the money or
Hannah Elias tor the care and expense
S ho has been subjected to According to
hIs statement tno woman has seldom
S contributed anything to the support or
IiI S the child and has kept him In Ignorance
i I S of the fact that she Is a heavy owner ot
i Now York real estate und ha > been
living at the rate of WOOOO a year
I Dave Ellas a brother of Hannah has
concluded that he has boon working too
hard He was a porter at tha Victoria
Hotel up to jesterdaj when he resigned
by telephone To tho person nho took
S L his message he said that lie did not
expect to toll for quite tome time
I S He too made on effort to roach Hun
flab Elias last night but wall no more
aucccarful than the daughter had been
1 S Nevertheless he his expressed it determination
S termination to persevere lie hid trou
ble with his sister when she lived in
I West Fiftjthird street and was its
much astounded ns anybody to learn I
that she Is living In one of the llncst
mansions In Central Park West wit a
houseful of servants and a string ot
S borsea and carrIages
I f
x Society Hears that the Final
I Divorce Decree Is to Be Entered
r I tered This Week and the Mar
I i riage to Follow Immediately
Tc I
S Society II much interested In the re
port that Mrs Belle Kemp Is to marry
S MHollls < II Hunnewell at Newport next
I Saturday immediately after securing
I her decree of divorce
A special session of the Appellate
I 4 4 tUvijtlon in to be held by a Judge of tho
S xfLj Court to grant final decrees In
number of petitions of divorce whlcn
tvero heard sIx months ago Mrs Kemps
petitionis one of them
1 Mrs Kemp Is a Catholic and Mr
Hunnow on episcopalian As tho
JerKymon of neither of these churches
will marry divorced persons much specu
lationl being indulged Inns to who
Will I flerforra the ceremony Under the
TAW ofttbe State only ministers or elders
I off established churches Justices ot the
J Buprema curt or In the case of New
I S fihoroliarrt Wardens of that town can
perform marriage ceremonies
l It Ie believed that the Supremo Court
S 5 1 Justice who grants tho decree will marry
S the couple
tI The weddIng is to bo very quiet no
cards being Issued for it
Sunday World Wants Work
M nday Morning Wonders
l l p i t j S
f r rj
Horace Ashby of Mt Vernon
Waylaid and Beaten by High
waymen Who Laid in Wait
for Him
Horace Ashby one of the best known
young men In Mount Vernon Is be
lieved to bo dying In the Mount Vernon
Hospital from n fractured skull which
he says was Inflicted by two highway
men early today while he was on his
way home Coroner Welsendancer of
Yonkers has been called upon to take
the dying mans antomortom statement
Ashb whoTV a first sergeant In the I
EIghth Regiment during the Bpanlah
American war was found unconscious
In the real of Moils Stables on itt
teenth avenue near Second street He
was token to the hospital where he
rallied suflicleutlv to tell detectives
Lynch and Atwcll that as ho was pass
ing through West ThltU street at about
3 oclock this moraine two 3ilghiaymen
sprang out from behind trees near tho
corner of Fourteenth av iue and struck I
him on the head with some heavy
waupon The wounded man believes
that tho footpads used a cUJ Ashby
fell to the sidewalk and coat Is the
lust ho remembered until he awoke In I
tho hospital
Detectives Lynch and Atweil are of
opinion that tno highwaymen after asI
snultlng Ashby carircd him to the rear
of Mott stables to mike It appear as I
though ho might have been kicked by a
The detectives Jiavo learned that Ash
hy had been drinking In several tilotinx
In the city during the night and that he
exhibited a large sum of money They
believe that the highwaymen met Ash
lS v during the evening and followed him
Within the list two weeks there lowe
been In the neighborhood of a dozen
daring robberies committed within the
vicinity of Mount Vernon Among the
most notable holdups of lato were those
of Mrs Daniel Scott of South Sixth
avenue who wits held up Saturday even
Ing on South Fourth avenue and ro
teved ot her purse and Miss Lillian
mrlc private secretary to former Stato
Senator isaac X Mills who was at
tacked while on her way home and
nearly choked to death
1ellnm Now Rochelle Scarslade
Bronxvllle nnd Whlto 1lalni have suf
feted from holdups of late nnd DIs
trlctAttornev Young may employ de
tpctlvc to try and run down the ma
Albert Stahl Who Was to Have
Been Married on Christmas
Inhales Gas Because of III
Health and Poverty
Out of work suffering from blood
poison and knowing that ho could not
keep his troth with the woman ho had
pledged to marry on Christmas Diy Al
bert SUhl fortynlno years old com
milled suicide In Providence by Inhaling
gas Ho went to Providence to better
his fortunes Ho formerly lived wlh
his foster parents at No ZOS I aat Eighty
fourth Erect
Stahl was engaged to marry Mary L
Zrlhier of No 3S2 Elst Eightyfourth
street Ot lato Stahl has had a hard
fight to get along His hcilth has not
been of the best anti employment did
not como easy to him His one hope
was tho Impending marriage with Miss
Helhner to whom he had been engaged
for several years
Among the effects of the man were
found cheering Idiom from the young
woman She wrote to him to keep up
the battle and all would be well In tho
end A letter not yet sent to her was
also found
Htnhl was adopted by the family
whose name ho bore when n baby lie
was lalscd by them ilK If he was their
own son During all tho years of his
life ho was nev er dissociated from them
His body will bo burled In Providence
S S y I4d N
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Physician Accused by County
Medical Society Fails to Ap
pear in Police Court and
S Grand Jury Indicts Him
Dr Francis Oray Bllnn who WAS ar
rested at his sxnltarlum at No 163
West Fortyseventh street last Sunday
when the District Attorney alleges
he wa about to perform a criminal op
eration upon a woman patient was In
dicted today tor the Grand Jury The
doctor failed to appear in the Tombs
Court at 10 oclock the hour eet for his
examination and Magistrate Flammer
declared his ball bond of aOOO forfeited
It was furnished by James Hand a Junk
man of No KB West Flftyftfth street
Mrs Mary Miller a nurs at the san
itarium was Indicted with Dr Bllnn
She appeared In court but had no exam
ination as the case was taken beforo
Judge Cowing for pleading
When Dr Dunn was Indicted for a
similar offense some years ago he fled
from the city forfeiting his ball and
did not return tornye years
Assistant DistrictAttorney Lord who
is prosecuting the case against Bllnn
said after It was een that Bllnn was
not on hand that the Reason he had
asked for no higher ball wits because
it was anticipated that the physician
would bo Indicted by the Grand Jury
ycsterUny afternoon Owing to Judge
Cowings absence the Jury did not hand
up the papers S
There was a lot of stuff moved out of
Bllnna sanitarium yesterday said Mr
Lord and perhaps he wont how up
here at all
ExJudge Wauhopa Lynn Bllnn
counsel was In court JJe said that the
adjournment was taken at the Instance
of the prosecution yesterday and that If
his client did not show up the blame
must rest on the MetAttorneys
Dllnns arrest was at the Instance of
the County MeJIcal Society which had
been after him for months
At 11 oclock Mf Lord after a con
terence with Maffkrate Hammer sent
County Detective Reardon out In a
hurry Mr Lord said
I think I know where DUnn Is and I
i1to have him In court In an hour
When Mrs Btlller was arraigned be
toro Justice Cowing her counsel ex
Judgo Lynn pleaded not jrulltv for her
lie said that It a crime had been com
mitted she was not a nrinclpal but aim
ply an accessory 1111 she was onb n
nurse employed by DIn He asked to
sco the minutes of life Grand Jury to
learn with what crime she wlUJ charged
and also asked that ball bo fixed for
herMr Lord wanted the ball set at JSOOO
After argument it was put at 12600 by
Justice Coning
When the amount was named the
woman burnt Into tears and as the
court officers lead her acrora the Brldtre
of Sighs Into the Tombs she grew hys
terical It was said that she would not
be able to get a bondsman
James Hand bondman for Dr Bllnn
v3 rAt at his home this afternoon A
number of his facrlly said that he went
on bTids frequently for persona arrested
1It the West Thirtyseventh street sta
tion and tent he did not know Dr DUn
Contenders OfTrr to Flnlih the
Great Work
The bids for the completion of the
last two sections of Hlvcr9lde Drive
from Ono Hundred and iFortyftfth street
to Ono Hundred nnd ttelghth street
were opened today by Borough Presi
dent Cantor Offers were received from
John C Hedgers John Shields Thomas
P V Smith Construction Company anti
John J IlonrxT a brother of Tammany
Lcider Isaac A Hopper
Pirsldent Cantor said after an exam
ination of tho bids that In his opinion
cither nod ersor the Smith Construe
tlon Company will be awarded the con
tract The estimated t of completing
the two sections Is tlTuOoOO
CLEVELAND Nov IA northwest
storm of great violence swept over Lake
EErIe cody today The wind reached
a velocity of nearly fifty miles an hour
causing r tremendous sea At daylight
thu steamer Portage of the Union Trun
BIt line was sighted off Iliirport thirty
miles cmii of here flying signals of dis
tress SUe was subsequently towed Into
tho Cleveland harbor with her ma
cMncry disabled
Trial Begun of Anna Cornells
Action Against Newberry D
Lawton Who She Alleges
Threw Her Out of His Villa
The trial of the stilt oC Anna Cornell
a servant girl nglanst Newberry 1 >
Lawton millionaire yachtsman and n
member of tho Regatta Committee of
the New York Yacht Club for 1500
damages for alleged assault when he
evicted her from his villa on Davenport
Neck at New Rochelle on Oct 7 was
begun today before Judge Platt and a
Jirry In the Westohester County Court
at White Plains
Miss Cornell was represented by for
mer Corporation Counsel Michael J
Tlerney of New Rochelle who In his
opening adrcss said she had been em
ployed as cook by Mr Lawton and that
she was discharged before sho had
worked month He said she was paid
only J2 Oand that sho called to collect
the balance of 15
Miss Cornell testified that she was
employed by Mr Lawton on Sept 10
03 a cook at I2S a month and she
worked until Oct 6 when Mrs Lawton
went into the kitchen said that she had
hired a new cook She said she told
Mrs Lawton the had four days of a
month due tout Sirs Law Ion gave her
only 20
S I come back the next evening she
said and told Mrs Lawton I had come
for my JJ I went Jn the laundry Mr
Ljwton came In like a wild bull Ho
pulled me off the chair and he threw
ene on the wtones by the back door I
hit my side and It was nil blade and
blue Mr lawton told me to got out
of there The fall broke ono of my
Did you go to a doctor 1
Yes I went to Dr Lyon I
Yon moan to say your rib 1M broken 1
Yea one of my rllt rtbV
You dldn t use bad language I
o aIr 1 didnt Sr anything of any
Did Mrs Lawton tell you to leave1
the premises I
Yea but I didnt The kitchen dor
was open and I walked In and sat
Mr Lawton oays the servant told a
tissue of lies and that he can prove by
his other rcivnntu that he dL1 not as
sault her Mrs Lawton also will testify
1iinnmn CommissIoner Unrrr Doc
ument to Steamship or Colon
Frederick Dad and Dr M Atiador
the Panama Commissioners who came
to this country to frame the now anal
treaty wont to the Panama Railroad
Steamahlp Companys pier nt the foot
of West Ttventysevcnti street today
and delivered the new treaty to the pur
ser of the City of Washington The
treaty will be In the charge of that of
ficial and nlll be by him delivered to
the authorities In Colon They will send
It to Panama The Commissioners
brought tho treaty down In a entaIl senl
od iron box They took the greatest care
ol It anti did not allow it to get out of
their light until It had been turned over
In the purser and they had his acknowl
Hud Been Falsely Accuurd of Steal
hue a Wutcli
Charles Tl Hodge twentythree years
aid and Clarence E Carpenter nine
teen year old bf tii of wealthy families
In Amsterdam N Y where they ort
omployed In a bank were arraigned In
the Tombs Court today chanced with
stealing a watch valued at sixty cents
from Henry Sohrelncr ssvcrrteen years
oki In the raJIcry of the Stock Ex
Bchrlner did not Rte any one toke
h1 watch but concluded that Hodse
end Carpenter had stolen It because
Uev were tandlnc near him and caused
their arrest Hodge and Carpenter wen
able to show valuaalo coM untohes of
tuelr own Ixshleanlcntv of money anil
their famllnr connections were assured
i > telecraahla advice from Amsterdam
They were dlscbar cit
They Threaten if Possible to
Prevent Jamaica Coroner
from Holding Autopsy on
Their Brothers Body
There was a lively scene In the Coro
ners courtroom at Jamaica todny
when Deislc CCark and hrr sister Julia
Clark were asked to testify ns to the
cause of their brother Thomas Clark
of Xo CT JJorden avenue Long Island
On Sunday night last Coroner Iluoff
went to tlhe house on Bord n avenue
to view tho body and while there asked
several questions of the two sisters
who the Coroner eoja had been drInk
Ing and refused to give him ant In
formation ralllnp to get any state
ment from them he decided to sub
poena them before him Thcv were
notified to appear here today and tell
what they knew Both tho women are
about tnentyflvo years old
Bessie Clark when placed on the
stand refused to tell the Coroner any
thing about her brothers death She
caused a commotion by declaring You
have caused all this trouble and you
will have to answer to your God lot
this too
Tin Coroner then told the woman
that unless she answered his questions
ho would hold an autopsy on the body
and then shcjold him that ho could not
and that It he trial abe would get tho
priest to Interfere The Coroner finding
just he could not Ret anything from the
woman ordered Ur Strong his plijsl
clan to co to jho house on Borden ae I
nuo and hold tho autopsy I
Thero was a protest from the woman
nlip left the courtvowlntr that the body
ould not be taken from nIl house
The Coroner says ho will Invoke the
aid of the police
Washington Height Thoroughfares
fare to Have Illntorlcal One
Historical and appropriate names ore
wonted for the ugly and Inadequate ones
of the streets and avenues of tile Wash
ington HcJphts district The Local
Board of Improvements for that dis
trict met today U the City Hall
Borough President Oxntor presiding
Reginald Pclhajn Ballon Chairman of
the society urged tho renaming of the
UioroufrhfoTos suggesting those of
American Generals and patriots in
Provident Cantor announced he will
appoint a committee to determine the
historical names Tor Washington
Heights thoroughfares
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Disappearance of Alice Wife of
Prince Frederick of Schoen
bergWaldenburg Once More
Involves Don Carloss Family
One Eloped with an Artist Who
Painted Her Portrait and the
Other Leaped Into the River
BERLIN Nov 24 Princess Alice wife
of Prince Frederick of SchoenbergWal
denber la the third daughter of Don
Carlos the Bourbon pretender to the
Spanish throne to become Involved In a
great scandal
At the palace of the Priricew court
officials declare she Is travelling that
her present whereabouts are unknown
It Is mid here however that she Is
In Italy here ahe went three months
ago taking her baby boy eighteen
months old with her
Princess Alice Is a Catholic and Prince
Frederick adopted her faith on marry
ing her Title caused his father to cut
off his allowance Don Carlos who
also objected to the marriage refused
lo assist the young couple And they led
a wretched existence for three years
Prince Frederick then left his wife
and returned to his fathers home The
PrIncess entered a convent and remained
there until 1901 when she went to China
as a nuns In the Russian Red Cross
Elvira Marie Tberesa Henrlette the
second cnlld of Don Carlos eloped with
an artist by the name of FolcM on
July 23 U57 He was an Italian paint r
ot some note and after painting the por
tnltof the Infanta Elvira as she WM
won the two disappeared together
Beatrice Duchess dAntlcollConado
also Princess iMositlmo was a figure In
the aristocratic circles of Rome One
night while returning from a ball at
nbjch all European courts were repre
sented she Jumped Into the Tiber She
was clad In her ball costume and fairly
blazed with jewels
She was rescued by soma of her ar
dent admirers with the aid of Italian
fishermen who happened to be on the
QunThe fourth daughter la Blanche de
Casting who huled a life ot compara
tive repose In the various gossipy and
scandalous manifestations of conduct
she has not so far figured
Her Dress won limited bjr a Stoic
Five Day Ago
Anna Donohue thirtyrwe year oM
of No G09 West IFortytJxth street died
In the Roosevelt Hospital today from
The womans dress accidentally
caught fire from a stove she was I t
Ing on Nov 19
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