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tI I Wife Unable to Say That Thaw Was Irrational
Women Cant Smoke in Restaurants Is New Citv Law
1 g Home of T P Shonts Is Searched for Smuggled Goods
I I rion < Iv mill ill 111 fnnlTlit nnil Viiliipiiln y
GREEK eOKTlOJff i f ifJ t 11 = p II i T A n i
i r II Circulation Books Open to A1L 1 rv Circulation Books Open to AIL J RESULTS EO i J D N
Try to Destroy Buildings 01
East Side in Hariem and
in the Bronx
Front of the Home Gardei
Settlement School Is
Blown Out
Kmholdened by the I irvltv of th <
police blackmailer norknc indor thi
rulse of the Illark Hand nrc lilnwln
up building with dynamite In Xew I
York with piinotomiis rrsaMiy
Ttre wore three such epl siois bo
lwen 1 oclock ami p oclock this nont
Ing OIIP on the lower east > il1 niioth
In Harlems Little Itili nnl another In i
anItalian settInKi > t In ee Dronx
Three tlmei Knrn Ian I homln linvj
wrecre1 lunldln s In SIM 11
Thirteenth rre t 10 oi vrtrie A
1 and n nil because Silviiore clilllla
owner ot the bj tenmeiit IIOUSHS U
Noa tiOS and 510 ulll nit niei tm de
mands of the Illack Hand cam
More thftn a year 10 etter hccir
coming to SchMlizn but hn tiirnel their
over to the police He hl wlf uml
On wero threatened with loith nl
property wes to be blown up nnJ
burned and hs reaives were 10 be lor
tured and killed
BchllKza had been llvlnc In Amnrlc1
a quarter of i century 3111 refused in
be trliiunel > i be letter
On the nleht otJin I II Hr < t homh
uploded on the iilok It did n lot ol
damnKo and at tjn > Line it was ihiniTit
to be only a wanlm to ouin man who
bad Jelled the Illack Hand
About this tlniB 011 alf i Irone
who llvs on he second Moor of tho
tenement at No il and vio uns a
saloon on the firm Moor of S iIlllxiH
house ot No MS bewail rocolvms letter
MoneT Ssj jlcmamlid from him ulso
Caldrones llfffe liiisbtir Hosle tlren
ho turned the
years old was dylns anl
letter over to the police
Tha child died last nlht nn nolsh
bors w fJre gathered ubout tfh whit
coflln when thu xplislon occurred
about I clok this aionilnir
The explosion wns tremendous The
first floors if bot iitenenienis Nos Vit
nnd 610 eni wrikil On the ground
door of No iln is I jiorsn Slanlks Jnw
clry shop mid UK iintents vre scat
tered about tho place Tho linnili lm1
been placed In the hallway hilweim the
two tenements
Rushed Out With Dead
The front door wns hurled to the
roof of No 5W across tho sireat tear
Ing1 through the con Ico and breaklm
tliroush the nmiil eiiurlm Tlurc was
not a wholo window IAft In eliher MK
or MO and icrss tlo ire > i windows
and ceilings were shaken out
ThlnklnR th hou v 1 umbllni
down tin iimurneis m iju > lron > ilit
clzeil till bodv of th child nnl rushed
to tho Rtreei where bey woo mei by
screaming tenant from ovurv < on
the block
Hardly had the report of th oxnlo
alon In lIttlo llaiv dnvntniui tickd
over the wires U lid hbiuaters IJIfrll
the explosion In Mule Italy uton
wan ryportud
The Homu Garden Kllemenl IH re
garded As one of Die most vffncllv
charities of Its knd In New York At
the head of U i Mr Ida Oivciriort
of No il Hast Tliliivnlntli street who
la by many tiiT rich wnni > n
> In < I I iirae of Mr
Wio with aer talrieevear dj
to iauie name uiul a r
Vo Cavr ivos m tile hII
I for meiy residence lJawnslon
The bomb which partially wrecked ilia
ecliool In believed to Imvo been lntenld
J for John Poladlno a contractor of No
M t Ono Hundred and 8atooath
Express Train Stalled for
I Fortyfive Minutes by
I Minor Mishap
Automatic Signal Works Wei
and Collisions Are
Throiish the hreakln of n small erew
I on a flsral nation near Time Squan
i at 7 A M today wmthbounJ trnflli I
n the Miliwiy wa delayed on the ev 1
press track for fortyfive ninutes and
caused a poneftlon on the local scr
tee that lasted for two hours Be
t 703 air 73i not a sliisle down
town train passed the Gram Central
Inttrrmrousli efilflnls explained liter
that the tietip proved taeir signal sys I
torn worked exaetly as Intended ami
that when the light Ret out of order i
the danger color red Immediately
chow In use of any mlscarrlncc Ir
the meihanl of the blok system It I
I wa stifil at Gen < ril Manager Itd
leys otllco the safety device on each
block lUht rt otie fixes the danger I
> dinnl iiml tills cannot ho changed un
til the defect Is remodlcJ
All through the morning rush hour
tio congestion was felt It caused not
s than 100100 persons to bo late for
iiiMiu and the Jam and scramble at
the Ilrookiyn Urlrtge station from S to
< > K was ten Hi1 A special forcu
if KryKUs wore on the Job
Express Trains All Stalled
ipress trains were stalled from
Times Square to Kightyslxth street
and at 7 0 express trains were sent over I
tiie Ixnl tracks
At Niety lxth Seventysecond For
tysccoml end Fourteenth streets the
platforms nrre crovded to the edges
Hiil that nohnly was phovcil oft or In
I jured In the crush surprised the police I
One nnsry pixscnser tried to get sat
l5fntlnn nut of a Rinrd at the Grand
rent ml Station anil the use of struip
lanpUiRc cause 1 relmonts employe mid
the cltlren w clinch Blows were aimed
but went wide of their mark
The lilteltnle eime from one of the
many pveiuilloiis tUen by the Subway
I iiiaiivrement nsainst accidents said a
Subway ulllelul Ve are sailjlled to
I flop trains for an lour at any time of
tn > day rather than sive the sllnliteft
chance tor a collision
The 1 rnada wore taxed to heir
capalty The Sixth aveniii line han
dled tln > hlRRCHt crowd since tho Sub
way strike The surface lines alo cot
their share of the hurryliiK crowd I
At 1ft ocloc kthe Subway service was
I 1 KI In normal
i = c = oc =
fired or elsa Intended to warn him that
through failure In pay the Hlack Hand
a hilge Mini of 1ioney ileinaniled hu had i
I Incuncd Ihe wraili of the society Iala
dlnuti homo was attacked by dynamiter
I n year nio and Mneo then he has ro
celvud nimicious thriMtenlng letlcrs
I When tho boiuU In front of the ichool
wis exploded MIM Guyon her nlcco
I nnil the servant were hulled from their
i bfils and then ulmosl covered by falling
plastering and btoken sjlasi They
rushed to the street and sumo ono
mined In an alarm o lire
I The bnmt worked havoc across tho
biruet At Nos ItS 410 and Jli aro
1rN residences ai o 4ft a sixstory
tenement and at Nos 411 41fi and 41S
tlxatory tenemonts Tim damiiRu to
I IMese hoiiHes was heavy Not only were
windows and ceilings broken but It Is
fiMvil tin concur jlon has cracked some
101 the walls i 1
The Hronx bomb was imd > > iibledlv In
tended to destroy the srocery store of
Jut Ill PlLLlano at No ilLi Kast One
i Hundred and FOIl nlnth Htivet h
I luus Ivcn receiving Hluk Hand letters
It did not uo off where It was originally
set and rolled or waj kinked lu uu
I Klreet A llurdcn milk waKou driven
bv William Hamilton ran over thu
buinb and exploded It Thu ftoutly
built utim nclil together but every
butllo in u uas smittered HuuiKoii
was bo i clear iuro > s the Mtreet
A birnit cIHr Antonio Cittn tll
ulanuiiu uait a bloiK uwuy AU
knocUei ditvii Tho hur u ran away
but wiih uusHl ul Olio Uunlrcl inl
Iortynlntli htrool and Third avttnuu
bv PoUriniaii Ciipfrlan and Kally
Thren wenkn ago < k tnontory boiiKe
cross tho street from No U9 tvtn
blown to Dlccoi hy k dynamite bomb
Assistant District Attorney
I Smyth Insisted that Statement
ment Should Be Made
City Maptfstrate Droese admitted thl
afternoon In lIB tement IfsuM thrum
his conns Mo M Grossmin Hint I
was ho wlio ynvf Mfirtt Allor tho law
5or J100 whitf wnf paid TJie World r1
porters wlti tho object of secmlnj ti
supprasslon of tiie new that there wi
crook < < tneHO In connection WXUi tiir
I working of the probation system In tli
I Nlplt Hole < Cuuri The Ilmllon fo
l wcil a conference at the liar Assn
I cintlon In whlc JIaKltrito DrofRe Jlr
Urcsvmnn nml Howard Cans former
Assistant DlstrlcAttorney ilKiired
In a way the ndmlsslin was forceiT
Mr nroece wns summonod to the Crim
inal Courts liulldlng as noon and wna
closeteil with Assistant DIstrltAttor
IIPV Smyth for threequnrsors of 1111
At the eoneluslon of the conforenre
Mr Smyth ralil
If MaBlstrale DroeRo and Mr 0118
man do not Irstiu n Ktatement to fie
iniblle by aolock this nfiernoon 1 shaM
certainly Issue one Klvlng the context
of what ProcKC told mo
At 3 nclork Mr Smyth said he had
been Informed that Howard Unu < tiul
been called Imi tiie mitler and onld
IEUO a Ftatemont At twt time the
conference nt the IVir A CCliUon was
on Then Mr myth was Informixl that
Mr Gall Wjiild not make any state
ment and llnally Mr Grossman issud
the tlitemiit at hU olllce No n
Uiiil > iy ut 411 ovKik
In a I nit iircuinlile MiBistrate
says ho teuins that tin iublic is unti
lliM tci me iict ami a < uuts tnut 1 I
was KiilHy ot an net of folly Hu aaya
that uii Jan Jo hu Itunieu tpat 1 ire >
lanvi ieiHntr iit uinnMU il iif I
Hii CUIIIl had Kahereil manrial for
inn iiniuifil a boo wlilili wl1l1e it
was inlM was ImllJiil upon SUIIIL m
LomjiMe iHonuU of the court and if i
puliliMiuit mint tfiiu1 tii rillit upon him
Hi1 foolishly he says conceived Hie
Ideii < i trjniB to fippii < 8 the tcamlul
Instead of standing up to II and sinriv
IIIK thai his part was noi of a crliilnal
nritur With that cd In view ho con
Miltcd with Mark Alnr and askcd nun
In sottle the mattfi Mr Alter said
Ihat tho reporter ould suppress the
siory for II am lie handed over that I
nun Mr Alter as latrr developments I
ill we 1 ivivo cmly JW to the reporter
ind witnesses aw tbe trunsiutl in
lnn tin1 IMttrlitAttoriuv K II III1r
Mislstnite Ilrooe says lie welcomiS
in Investigation
II H AVInsatt of NI M West On
liuidred and KlRhtii Ktret suppnnd t
be a confederate of O Krank Tapl >
chief 11 thc eiiKiMvliiR drpartment o
Ihe Hamilton Hank Note Company ot
No SS Onll street who was arrested
In U i > alnsftim and har el w
Kinnil larceny wos turmd over to
Inltc 1 KtatiM Jommlfsioner fallIds tn
I iliy bv tho Inal police
i In the arrest of Tnpler the poee < P
Ileve they have nipped In the mil a
I cniipiracy of Rriat propollons lo de
fraud Uie Sa llhinli > ii Hailroail all J
Klictrlc Ioiiipaiiy mid Will treit con
cerns by the iir tilaiiins of Mlurllli
nines nn I Itiiuls iiii arristc Tup
ler lad 1 < 1 tliite IHIC anniK In i
Haimltiii Noli Ioii 1 t > pru
valuable pnjiii o U i em
voif arets are expeatcd tomorronr
Ilio p Hi Jrk4 ii 1 ni a
1 n i rival del ctho wio nostiiiil the
cvldencj against Taplcr Ills confcder
atea ore > > TI d to bo a band of ex
pert counterfeiter and forgers wio
uayr Ii MIW yil > helrjtcaJqu rt
erf la Ui t loUt LhrWteJa
Berlew ONeils Filly Deal
I Out The Thorn in
< p < Mit to TV iiMilrs WorMj
NKU 0l jNS Ia Jan 21 Thi
1 nk folnwrs were luiv toiliv dis
isslnR th little oncontiT ilownt
m niLlit litwen Bokmikers Kic
ik nd lack Snrils The mell ap
red In police court tonv and nili
nill llni fo their usly experlem
Aliat koU the rhiT hniiitncs busy v
IV wis tio firt that Cn ami Httircl
Irew tnnds drecIv tot ill on tl
iT side if tle rim KeirlnK anothei
bivak ihe rlnc iiannKir stitinnil
polce ollleer In uniform on a sl o
Kiwetii le stands of the two tn111
in order to prevent a recurrence of jf
troiiMc at ti triek loh ot the bel
Il5 < rents shorted the effects of tho en I
nimei vlicn they turncxl no with blacli I
i > s and jvjisei faces I
The w < tucr turnd showerv today I
and as a result tle true that was
hard and fast yesterday was rendered
oft on top Tle iroinK was not deep
or holdlntr and Tew soratchc were
made The features of the card were I
a stepechae over the short courso
and another rjce for twoyearolds i
that had not previously started This
one w < i3 for colts and Boldings the I
I llllles of this class huvlns had then
I chance yesterday I
FI1UST HACKriirfe llfO two > e3r
olils irej lurk nss Injury 10
Kven 1 to 1 C to 1 and 1 to 1 wnr
liy halt le th LruftHmui 107 iNosteri
i to 5 4 i > < and 1 to Mcovl Wii
den 10T rShreve W to 1 1J to 1 ami S
to l tiuril Time 03 3i GroKo
1iilis Silver C Taxis las K Wilson
air Mail Parton Kdwln I IrrUator
uy Fisher Svinir ami Gnlia alo iin
SICCOND HACK JK I purse seple
haM fur touryear Uis II tILl upward
snort course rioillabli 141 McKin
neyi 1 to 1 5 to 1 and o to Z won by
head Allies ISO Sohell 10 to 1 < to 1
Hiid 2 to 1 second Illp 157 Archlhnldi
7 to Z S to r and S to t third Time
SIK Flylnu Plover fell Creolln Hmk
Ilidlday John Dillon litickinan Pete
Vinegar Killdoi uiul Full of Fun also
TIHKH liAlRPurse 1 ml tlireevear
nlds selllnu five urlulIsI lOstella C
Itfi I MelMinll v to n I to r ami i to n I
rton by Iwo Ingth The Thorn KC U
niitnri S IT 1 0 to I anil S to 5 second
Maiiretror 102 11 Mackey 40 to 1 Ln to
1 and in in i third TlmeloUri
Masli and Facrs Tackle V T lem
IIT Miss Vieilnnt Acme Te i I eat
Sljht Mist lira SiiIdMtli Don l Anso
nla and Inn also ran
pot llTII JUll Purse Vi 1 fnir
earsold 4 and up six furloiirs HlajTK
11 iS tVirlsty n to 1 r 11 1 nnl rt
to 1 wxi bv i liwul First Premium HJ
V I i to R 4 to 1 and 1 to
second Gold Pnwif HH Nhxili i1 to I
I to i and 1 to L1 third Time I IS 1
UMiIowliiiezn Momentum Lotus lJitr
nly Anne Avaunteur anil Wes also
> I
Sir William Van Home Chairman of
Iho boaid of dlreiturs of the Can idliit I
Iaill Itnllwav arrived from llavmal
t o day on i oanV the stejuner Sanitotja I
n C = = 1
If You Have Letters I
of Recommendation I
You will need hem to show to i
prospective employers the I
diy after uJng a
In The World I
Board Unanimously Adopts Resolu
tion Offered by Little Tim I Sul
livan Restricting Tobacco to
I Use of Male Sex
ny a unanimous vot Alderman Tim
otliv P Sullivans resoltit n prnhibitin
A > men frcm smcklns In public wni
ndor > t < M by tho Hoard of Aldermen lit
I tho regular weekly meotlns today Tin
vote 73 was tie lircest rf one l I
many yrars In iiftlnnntlvo ntlon on
I any rrolutlon
I President McCJiwan resigned theiihni
to CXialMan < 1n Sullivan while th
vote wus belnij tciJieni
Followlns tiie announcfnient of the
vote Aldernvni iitilllvjn rccclvwl In
concmtulatloiis of his feilow mcuvoc >
wh also applautled when the iv uli
was poIalmed
LIttle Tim Sullivans hnlo pol
ished over nlcht was on straight tao >
when the Hoard of Aldermen took jp
for consideration the odlnarce I
It came up on the report oJ the I
Committee on Iavs and Ixvlfl itiun
following the public hwriiiR yoilerlay
The committee unanimously approved
the ordinance I
Alderman lJuntI leader of Uti lie I
publicans quettionc1 the corntltutin I
allty of the proposed measure
One Feeble Objection i
I dont knnv of lnr restaurant
winre nm klng hy women U I ilratej J
said Alderman Down but imjlie
sentiment is analnst such practise any
IHTTW No decent woman would smol
in pulillo
Aldermnn lirown criticised Alderman
Rullhans ohamplonshlii of the ordl I
nnnr I
There is more Immorality In one
short block of the Tenderloin whli 1
AIIrmall 11 row n so ably leprescnN In
this board Sullhnn retorted Uian
ill mv district It U too bad that Al II
derman who H a Flmon pure repre
sentative of nil that Is moral should
be sufferlnK from thu awful lump on
ills chest Mr Hector of Hectors res i
taurant which I s In Brown dlstrVt
kd me to urge the passage of the j
Hector said Women come Into iry
ilace and start finokliiR Wlien I ask
hem to quit they say they imvo a
iKht to smoke anil defy me Hither
han have a Fcene I allow them to
If tho women of New York were not
III favor of this ordinance why < 111 they
lot protest yesterday 7 The women of
his city will applaud the board If It
ulopts this ordinance j
Unconttitutlonal Says Doull i
Any man who liif the nerve to try
10 rejrulate tln actions of i woman
liallnneiM m admiration nld Alder
< nan Doull lint vou cant eoiitllu
l > irillv make one law fur tnei and an
ther for women You are milnir to try
ind restrict a womans privileges
vhotlier It be < iu < kln ilsiretlii or
hcwhic fnnn j
Kven thoncli this orlnatire Is uncon
itllutlmial mid It will ro N ilfHlded
10 m111 effct of the present I 1Ilus
lm 11I wi rk for > oid i
Alderman Frank U DiwlliiR asked
Dnesnt the In > v pr tliiblt women
Aearlni mens clutlies on tho slrects
If tnere U a law nealnst maiuerailiiu
hy emi we pass a law Htopplns
> moklii by women 7 And Alderman
lironn would ask you to allow women
lo alt In cafe window with their feet >
On n table smoking
Alderman Downluc aU Woman
nre all richt In their pnce and If the >
will not ro trnln thomsejves then III
uIhl member of tills Hoard rejtrnl
them by IrKlslatlon
The reJolntlon will now KO to tho
Mayor for MKtiatuie
Ollicial Pledge on Hmitfralior
Given by Minister of
For ign A flairs
TOKIO Jan 21Viscount lliynnhl
Japanese Minister of Foreign Affairs
m an Interview today iniiilo a state
rent concern the emlgr > tlc > n nue
tlon which innv be considerd as an
oltlrinl declaration of tho attitude of
it hnvlnr been
> e Uovernniem pre
pared for publication In Japan antic
IpitltiS a similar natrmvnt In the l > let
Minister Ilaynshl said
The Ciivcrnmeiu of Japan Is deter
mined to Investigate the pcrsuii
standliiK of tho who go to Amoria
is student requiring two sureties be
ore they eae The Jovernment rel
Izes that Ine emigration of laborers
pdetendlng to be students Is liable to
DI > embariasslng to America and
Ihcrefore we aiv delennlned to pre
vent the emigration of laborers
AIlhouKh the UPgCtJatloiiH wltli
mTlei 1nve ran yet bini conoluded
I may make the dellnlle siatiMiiont ao
Uiilter of loplan Affairs that the
uniors Oiich have been circulated to
till fftvt that any Imponnm iiuestlon
Is pending between Annrlca and Jrupan
Is a fabrlition orljanting In a ceraln
iivilon of the Inlted States
Shoud emigration to Hawaii not be
T viiitol entirely the Minister of
orelRii VtTalrs will not liefllatn to en
Irely uohlilt Japaness emlgrallon to
ho o sections Tlio Foreign O ce In
Irnls to ptohlblt emigration to Mex
110 Tho e who dpIra to fend ciil
ran < to Mexico wllu regarded as
i lKttw omlsranln to inrr iho Inlted
itaies Lliroi h tiie frontier and there
ore tluiy will be triated ai lawbrenk
Itesolutliin eonilemnliiK the Oovorn
iifiifs attitude as unfair beeauso e
iivo adopted a definite policy and any
iKltntlon on our pirt will Inienrlfy su
rclon In tho Inlted States nnd refill
0 our illsudvantoin Tho ionsldoratlon
of our commercial Intcnsts vould lu >
v ir p dlcy hi ivginl fur Un ran
tn It mistn piiii u n 1 i a v
1 d FidintIKIUII I oir tit i
il fun
t 1 111 n
ur niornaii il ilat ons
Mubttiitl ilomj ilnllLil a rlev
Doit in lllIhunt Camilta Ciluiiilv
l10rldlll hutuil ruul Ofdcn 1183 Uwar
Wrote His OneTime Lawyers Details
of Her Revelations of Alleged
Wrongs at Hands of
I Slain Architect
Evelyn Thaw Admits Husband Did Not Seem
Agitated on Night of Tragedy Unable
to Testify as to Rationality
of His Actions
Martin Littleton counsel for Harry Thaw this afternoon introduced
a letter written to Frederick W Lonjrfellow his former lawyer in which
1 the defendant in the trial for the murder of Stanford White told the
story of Evelyn Ncsbits rtifn at the hands of the architect
It gave the details drugged wine and all as they had been told by
Mrs Thaw on the stand
The letter was written in October 1903 and was the first and only
corroboration of the fact that Mrs Thaw had told her husband the story
she recited while in the witness chair
For more than six hours Evelyn Thaw more than held her own un
der Jeromes pitiless crossqiiestioning Then just before she was ex
cused the DistrictAttorney in reply to a question drew from her that
Thaw did not seem agitated on the night of the shooting
Her gruelling ordeal ended with her admission that she could not
tell if Thaws actions were rational or irrational after she told him the
harrowing tale of her wrongs
i With Evelyn Thaws crossexamination concluded the trial tost most
lof its thrill Mr Jerome finished with Mrs Thaw at 215 When the
i defendants wife departed most of the spectators followed after her
Thaw Not Agitated fust
j Belore Shooting Wife Says
I Aff soon as ihe nternoi > n session bt
Kan Je0if acal hindvd to Mrs Thaw
the Hummel allilivit lor the first
Nathaniel Kdwornlh HlRby formerly
t a private detective for n railroad com
i panv and till husband of Mary Calder
a vnudeville artist shot himself behind
the rlelit ear after a dlsaKrement with
his wife In the couples rooms at No
3 > West Twentyeighth street thls
afieriiooii anil died Instantly He was
twentyelKlit years old
HlKby ami Ills wlf nimrrcllod last
I night tile wlfo < liilnilm that ho Ktive
nn money and ho pleading that lie < vas
unable to Ret work Miss Caldor an
nounccd that she would return to thu
Btnse next week In a vaudeville turn
Tho couple liecami so noisy that Mr
I Miller IJio owmr of the Iraardlni house
ordered him out 11 > inlnrneil today
Ills wife was In Mrs Miller Moms
with u i > nrty of friend Oolnir to thi
door hn said
I Honey will you say Koodbye to
iior l by Csal s > he salil eahnlv nnd
I with ro show of fc llnsr
I A fow seconds after n report and tho
I sound of a falllntr bodv were enrd
Hluiy was found In his room a a
I nlstiii In his rlwlit hand lie was Uh
1 It In Itiht Pllelnlv was rumimd to
mi West 1lrIYRl > nth strnt nt ition
1 1 it < nv oviv hi 11 re ti Mcuro
pi ind me Met tal U IIIIr who
LI ft oranto N J a mat too u
r an openitlon wii H di n
10 t iiat bin if hil I
r irn i the stv < e is bieve to ua
uMod his net
Wliy do 1 Iactorli linllatc STJIAN
SKY waroT The ctaune hu iiTItAMMKV
on la1te1
time since the trial OlIn sau rend U
throiiBh RinlllnK us she did so Whon
she was throuuh he nsked her
Abe Hummel the
Pld you tell to
facts therein narrated
I told him some of them but not all
of tKm the witness rplled
Q Did you slsn 117 A I signed It at
White but I
the request of Stanford
never read It
Q Who elso was present 7 A Sev
eral oilier parties were there but I
do not remember who they were or
else 1 did not know tliem
I Q Prior to your betrayal did you
I know Stanford White was married
A I had heard It at the theatre
II Q AVhen White entered Martins on
t nlKht of the shootlnn were two
youmr women with him 7 A I think so
Q What did Thaw say after you wrote
i him tho note at Martins A lie said
Are you all rlifht dearie I an
swered Yes
lJ Did your party meet Copt Whar
ton on the roof of the Harden beforo
tin shootlm A Yes he took a sent
with our party Uitor Capt Wharton
I went away and Mr Thaw sat dowu
with us far a fow minutes
Q Did vou talk with your husband
durliiK till half hour before the shoot
Inc A I chatted with him
Q Did you talk win him constantly
I A t cant ray I know 1 talked with
Goes Back to Tragedy
Q What did your party drink at
Martins that nlcht A Cbimpanae
Q Didnt the men start In with a
I cocktall apiece A t doiit Know
Q Then didnt they drink twi uar
I of uliampuvno A I dont kiw
I y Was your hiisbtinds action and
manner natural Just Iwforo the shoot
Inir A Yes he didnt sefai u tatnl
Q What did you mainly talk with
your husband IIh > lIt before lio shoot
liiK A Mainly aunt the play Wo
dsensed various trivial topics
y When ui llrst saw Wait mi any
your itand rt s Nfiid r in front ot
nim wit MS inn > I and a re
> TllOtt
VII II i 1 < IIIId
I s i i i I Jty God
I bo has ho aim Tm Harry walked
toward ine and I ald ily God Harry
what have ou donuT Ho leaned over

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