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THE EVENING WORLD WEDNESDAY JULY 8 19O6 j
1L HUNT BEAUTIFUL
WOMAN TO CLEAR
OIS0N MUSTER V
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Pollee Believe Kentucky Belle
Can Name the Slayer of
Dr Wilson
EARCH ATLANTIC CITY
1 Detectives Also in Jersey City
Trying to Locate the Sender
of Letters
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fsJceclsl to The Urenlwt World i
I OPHHiADELPHIA July BThe police
toU r that In Atlintlo City Uu their
I tap of running to earth the murderer
ef Dr William H Wilson who met hls
death t > r drinking poisoned ale Several
detectives are at the shore today mak
tng a canvass jf the report for a beau
tiful Kentucky woman who U said to bo
t lst rlnlaw of a Philadelphia printer
now mlesing from home and whose wife
I died some weeks ago following an Ille
gal operation which Dr Wilson 1 e
add to have performed
The detectives description of the
woman Is that she if ova foot eight
i aches In height 1M pounds In weight
p
m blonde about thirty year old aal
I livrtwlably attired In the height of
f I fashion She if said to have come
tore from Paducah Ky
Her ulster llko herself wag a beau
k tiful Southern girl who married the
I Phlladelphlan The man was much
I older than his wife and devoted to her
I U e retired from business fifteen years
t I ago rwdal and for a time lived near Tor
Hope to Get Picture
11 While In the South during the winter
V > f 1906 he met the young woman who
ttt months later became his wife Her
< alh as a result of the operation was
4 great blow to him and he Is said to
have threatened the life of the physl I
clan who attended her I
This fine Is regarded by the PhUdd
phla detective as the must promsinc
yet struck SiueefjfiiHy locating e
I southern woman who Is said to ba of
I nodal position they believe they can
oMiln from her the name and picture
I of her brotherinlaw With the pic
ture reproduced and scattered broad
I cast the doteMives believe the man
capture would he erfiin
The nee due bellis followed hy the
detectives VJS obtained through er
Cain letters found among Wilsons if
feats
Searcb Jersey City Too
p Otter detective are today in Jersey
I City tolnvdn a clue that IhPV liclcvc
will result in Undine heir mall altlniiicli
the cite Is ten lap old Thp llrM due
1 that iliteted tu itlcntlon of the de
1 teethes til way war a Itllr sujipowrt
I I to hart hn will hy the inunlri
r and sent to tin1 MIner imm IrlMui
ho mailed tic letter
i Pa TIe nun
IIi1nia nalllo1 tram
boarded i innyI
It TJrrslll on hint allehlul < a
lotttr
teller hr mnllr1 a
kin stnl IM
and then gm back un the train
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traced tii Trnfin where li wa Ifuul
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mil 10 New
lie ink fie twat
lllhln it Jeri y D 1111 a pc
7 trim Moston
ond Intler way irrprd
lpha eoroner the dr
tv fie phllndvlpliU
1 thai tne nan II hon
totNS deded
011 y hal IracII < ° Jrey t1t y sits ere
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His description
Dr Wilson
h repoiulnl uth lint of Hit nwi II hu
purchae1 tho type Itier S fo1 the
e1 T Foundry and wuca
Keyhtone Type
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MIS used to stamp o seal on tai <
of the battle of PK ale
A change of sentlnen with resird to
the aitiorhlp of tho letters ont to
I thll Cnroner from BrIstol 1a and Bets
ton appears tn have taken place In
police circles and tare are ono who
now express the be lef that they were
written by a crank One detective work
ing on the cafe male this slinlflcant
utRtcmfnl It look as though those
letters were written either t > throw
us oft the track ot tit wn sympathy
Jor the murderer Personally 1 think
they were written J a crank and a
fakir The man wit i cent the poison
to Dr Wilson never had the nerve to
write those letter Tile poisoner It
strikes me Is a rank coward If he
had an honest grudge agaln Wilson
he could have settled It In n More
manly wa > than to act the part of a
sneaky assassin
George E Hauler a picture end fllr
nlturo dealer of No O Frankford
avenue and Mrs Wlion were sum
moned to the City Hall today for
further examination This course of ac
tion was decided upon last night fol
lonlnc a conference between Assl < trait
DlftrlctAtliniev Gray Supt Taylor
Amldtnnt HiiperliiienJent OIx > sry and
nil the deteitlven HI work upon the
mytery The aulliorltli dexirnd ti
question Hattler and Mrs Wilson fur
ther about tlielr knowledge of im < Ira
I HI It Is srM Mint Sattlcr drove Mrs
Vllsnn to St Jocnphs Hospital to err
the dead man
Happy Party of 267 Children Guests at Sea Breeze I
Fifty Are the First of 500 to Be Sent by Evening World
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I They Will Have a Solid Week
of Rest and Play at the
I Summer Home of the Asso
i ciation at Coney Island
AN EXCITEDLY HAPPY
JOURNEY ON TROLLEY
One Crippled Woman Tells
of the First Pleasure Outing
She Has Had in Nineteen
Years
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Oool T lout my penny tlombedy
please find mr penny or I cant send a
poito rd home to maram to HI her T
am ftt Sea Bretie
A cramble among the little one
I
bound for the street care which carried
257 freshair children to Sea Breeze this
morning found the mlsMni penny and
contentment ruled supreme
The refreshing breeze and the pros
pect of a solid week of real and play at
the aeasMe hom of the AwoclBtlon for
Improving the Condition of the Poor
have already worked wonders for the
big party of east riders who left for
Welt Coney Island this morning
4mong them the most Jubilant were
the arty babies and mothers drat da
tnchment of flye hundred to be tent
by The Evening World
They were there bright and early At
the aasoclatlun Nome No 105 East
Twentysecond street passed the phy
sical examinations of Pri Irving and
VllIlaniB and were pn toft Jubilant to
I Grconpolnt ferry when rows of char
i tered earn were ea us
Wonder an1 < Xl c c etotv wit i
every ulhipsc t < the eiaii ocean
Hen fHui of the sirf on the sand
every wlilff uf ait breeze that CTwiej
the vine cam
The track had bran cleared and n I
a stun aa5 mad after the care It
Grpenr ont Tiled mothers face vtia
ti i iM1e1 try the fresh air and
and iven the wtarlart
l1i IL alnos
bIble h I1 to OOK up and Jon In
the cheers of tie bi And Rule ai
sew wrmrlcr broke upon their delight
el gasp
rirsi Trip In Nineteen Year
Wall I dont know when IT had
such a ciiange exclaimed one crippled I
rraulirtother Nineteen vfars rfncfl Ive
ticn n day away from Delancev street i
an 1 now a whole weed ath ni a
mrwl to set twit no eh1ran to look
after Sure I wsI t know myself
The weary round of day and night In I
the tenements has broken the spirits
and almost the hearts of many of the
motners to whom relief come through
The Evenlrs Worlds gift of W vaca
Ions at era Breeze
Descendlni ram the pars at the
home they reined to have gathered R
row least ofliro and hope through the I
pry pii pft of the change Every reo
nn tilin llps from their shoulders
is they enter Its portals I
Competent nurses and attendants take I
full charge of the hot tired babies and
li > quie happy routine of play sea
bntalni i i ping In the sand and eat I
ing tintso5ne regular meals begins
At llito i clock hell a tired happy
itiwip corked hoi fully to clean white
I hI fually lINe Ate > kl < Jk and
sfialls when these same youngsters are
sired to tenement feds at lu clock
1 lu tranormatlim Is complete
Makes Mothers Wonder
They wouldnt do It for me ex
ealmel one won loving mother as she
soar her suddenly tractable eon and
daughter submit to a scrubbing and
then go i ontentedly to sleep 111 a swing
ire clothe basket
I init eel diem to take afternoon
laps to save me
Tne cheerful obidence to the simple
house nues in n matter of course at
Sea Breeze and acts as an aducator
nhosp luence b felt the rest of thaI
I war hv those who come under Us
way
3nlIn post card home In one
of the favorite duties of the little vie
HUM KviijoudN must have one and
pretty setrs of the capacious houses
Krromds and the sea have been pro
lIed by the association
L tic r s lOiiio not wait for their
I > ery luncKOn of fresh milk bread
country es and vegetables hungry
lUll the trip had rough them
Papa or mamma or some one it
home mint be written to at once and
I the post card sent off as soon as poi
slble lima little hearts turned back
r I to the ones ilt home not nble to aharo
the JOY of a real vacation at the sea
t > nre
I Three hundred and flftysevsn are
I being accommodated at Sea breeze this
I week more than have ever been there
i at one time before
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Tie heal of fin bt week has created
I such urgent need that special efforts
have been made to meet It
Cots have hepn tucked In Very avail
able corner Many am sleeping out of
I 1 r hut every one is supremely con
tent
Mundfdi are sell waiting for their
t 1ItR for a breath of fa air
Two dollars and fifty cells will keep
I a baby nl Sen Breeze fir n week What
it do to help
y Y I STUMP SPEECHES
Ladies and Gentlemen
In these days of burglaries I
holdups and conflagrations I won
1 der not that you ask me to contribute I
a few words about Protection j
Ps If you would buy a slfe at a
c hYl low prici1 let a World Ad for
bargains inquire I
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DIGGING CRNDRTSERI3Rf1E
Lively Spots in Doings at Denver Convention I
Where Snowballs Are Fining as McCarren Can Tel
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Ev nlnc World
DENVER July 8When the friends
of William J Wright Tammany leader
of the Thlrtyflrrt district got to Den
ver any saw how easy It was to start
a VicePresidential Mom they got
busy Wright is now a candidate by
I virtue of 1CU placard which have been
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train upon hit bank roll with great
fortitude
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HAYES LOOKS OVER
THE DENVER FIREMEN
Fir Commissioner Nick Hayes o
I New York was the guest of the Denvr
Fire Department yesterday lie wa +
I taken bn an Inspection tour of the cty
Iln an automobile and dre lnr d at the
I conclusion of the trip tha Denver as
a fire department ranking with any
thing of the kind In the country
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JACK CHINN HAS A
LITTLE PLATFORM TOO
Col Jack Chnn of Kentucky has a
Vice Presidential boom which wa
I launched liy Hlg Tim Sullivan and
others of the Tammany racetrack con
tingent Cool thlnn my hu will ro
I fine to run union he ran writ his own
platform which IN direct and simple
He idvoiatPD snaking red liquor and
tobacco Ingal tonilnr and the luaohlnz
lit raee horse iioilliroa and pint per
formances in the iiublli nohooli
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EASTERNERS TO PROLONG
THEIR STAY IN WIT
Dcnvor has won the Kastrrn dele
gates When hey got hiro they were
ore ahnnt thu lone railway journey
Now tiny ire tarry the convention li
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I to close so soon Hundreds who came <
here with the Intention of taking the
train for home as soon as the adjourn
ment of the convention are planning
i to remain and take side trips Into the
mountains Tom Smith secretary of
Tammany and tnenlyfour men frosts
1 his district have arranged for a tour ot
Yellowstone Park and the mountain
country In the ear that orougit ttuin
from New York
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PLENTY OF FREE SHOWS
AND MUSIC FOR ALL
Denver belltves In entertaining the
stranger within her Ratej There were
all sorts of free shows on the streets
last nlfht and the music of bands was
continuous At one time there were
five bands and a fife drum and bugle
corp from St Louis playing In and
around the Brown Palac Hotel at the
I same time The combined result was
i not entirely harmonious but nobody
card Jlayur Speer sent a troupe of
i Indians through the streets on flat cars
I attached to trolleys and the Indians
gave war dances and snaky dances on
Uhe prominent corners
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VOTE DENVER THE BEST
AFTER LITTLE NEW YORK
There Is one thing about Denver that
I fascinates the Dislerners especially
i the New Yorkers and slat Is the West
I ern atmosphere Tho streets are
I crowded with Indians cowboys In plc i
I turesque costumes pretty rosycheeked
girls wearing becoming sombreros and
big bluff men of the mountains nnd
plains who want to be frlundly wltn
everybody and dont care what It costs
The general opln on in tie Tammany
delegation is that outside of New York
Denver Is the finest city In the United j
States
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LANTRY PUTS CRIMP IN
BOOKMAKERS SILVER PILE
Frank Lantry the ostracized Tam
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wltn a ctoxd uf hU conirUuenu yunter
liar and pi an nviful ilup In Iif
liioVnnkori Slme the irtlval of the
Tamiiiiiv Irtttd le inn i nmvnt bus
lire inude Sta rile n af will clone
down h turn Hie 1 > 0 makers sire going
broke IiuUry bet J v on i 10 in I shot
and the winnings were paid IK him In
liver dollars lie came down town
jingling like a wagon load of scrap
Iron
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TAMMANY HAS WON THE
HEARTS OF THE DENVERITES
Tammany Is the most popular delega
tion here 1ae men from Manhattan
have been all tnrnu b tile town and
they know everybody Today will
mark the parade of thA Tammany dele
gatlon and all Denver Is waiting for
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by an aggregation nf W Indians In WR
paint and Tom Smith and Ullly Wat
son are rouruiK tile mountain country
by wlro tonight iu an effort to gel a
live tiger The fact tnat Tammany hah
come out fur Bryan vas not served to
lessen the popularity of tho organiza
tion here
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BRAVES FAIRLY REVEL IN
CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE
A crowd of Tammanyltes were stand
Ing In the lobby of the Metropoie Hotel
last night discussing the location of the
placo that would get them for dinner
Billy HIanej secretary to Dock Com
missioner Hpooner happened to men
tion that ho had encounterd j res
taurant where the piece de reslsUne
wan corned beef und cabbage Wlhln
three minutes there wen more than ICO
Tammany Hall hungry xlsltors hound
for thn corned ieef and osbbago foun
dry They faced a fine restaurant
excellent corned beef and cabbage fine j
bolkd potatoes and an unllmlied supply
of cold Plinner ber In steins Tho
rorned beef and rnlibigp place will bn
played off Iar board by the Tammany I
untingeliL
BIO TIM LEADS ALL
IN NUMBER OF CALLERS
Hg Tim Sullivan has morn roller I
In an hour fun any other pollrlm
In the uly f IK In n diy Clutrl s I
Murphy unit mrles Krynti ens brother
of The ImIrse not uarrud Dulcuite
from stli < nr m country drift lu the
Metropl d fr lUg TIn Mof
of iliiin ink r snasitu before until > lmi
tet 13 iunirit irioij
al go neat his frudr Thu now has
gone nriuinil i HS Ittc Tim wi
secured tile nptHilnimeMt of Tlifinlnn
lull uf Callfirrnlu Hi iHiiiporiry elicit
nan of the convention and Sullivan Is I
i pretty nearly Um Idol of the Pacific
Slope people
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MGUIRE IS REALLY A
BIG MAN IN TAMMANY
Eugene MoGiiIre the Hrnnv Tim
I many leader views with apprehension
> and alarm the prospect of the lung
Tammany par < t today Since oom
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InK to Dem r ie has gained two
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ers in Ills deieguim nave a lot of fun
pointng him salt lo stringers as Will
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RIDDER FINDS DENVER
HOT GOES TO ALASKA
Herman Itiddei started from lien up r I
last night fur Alaska forsaking his
Presidential boom and leaving the
re wood pulp plir < of inn platform
o Us fate Mr Kldder is going up
among Ie leliergs u et sume rel
It was too bin for him In Denver
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HAFFEN MEETS FRIENDS
I OF PROSPECTING DAYS I
I Lade lliffen HoroiiK resident of i
tie Dronx seas discerned In the Brown
Palace liar list veiling in ousi runt
munon wlti half a dozen old bearded >
and diiwnandout ippfiilng men of the
Western miner type They proved to he
men he knew when he was a pros
pCtor and mining engineer out here In
tho IliiiKes None fll them had been
as prosperous as the Tammany boss of
the Drons Hut they sad nn hesitancy
In looking him up when they learned lid
was in Denver and tlie reunion wis
thins btless satlsfactnry to them In moro
ways than on
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JOHN BARRETT TAKEN SICK
ON VISIT TO DENVER I
UISViU MI July S John Murrett
set Hunting iri < tnr if th Hurenti
< Miwtn 1 n I lui Kipuolis H III it
a II am I 1 Iii Vl s nrr cI lls
> I a li n in
irMIM I W Dplllllil tilt I l4 WHS
iliiuril his aiiiniii hiing g vii an u
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Air llnrrtt mine to Uiivrr to attend
the Ufiiuoratlc National Convtntton
WOMAN BURNED
TO DEATH IN A
TENEMENT FIRE
l o Others in Serious Condi
tion Heroic Rescues
Mark Blaze
Heroic rescues by firemen and cttl
iiiis nmrksil a trtmrnt blaxe which
roit the life of a woman tlvli afternoon
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at No 119 Kant lEtglittth street Two
otner women were niKhtd to a hospital
In a > lmi ionllhui
The tire started n the blUHlnenl
where Mrs Mar Hinilh a paralytic
sixty yean old Wilt cooking a meal
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It u presumed that she ipllled some
hot great upon the tore for the
flame spread with astonishing rapidity
Probably with her clothing aflam the
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crippled woman tried to nee up the
narrow stairs to the first floor where I
the lived with the Janitress Mrs Mary I
Cnnnor At an angle in the steps her
listed limbs fnlwl her and she
dropped An hour later when the fire
hid been extinguished hor charred
body was found there wedged fast In
the turn
Illicit Instantly the names sprang up
through the stairways burning away
rn old Hoorf with great rapidity Uttle
Johnny doors eleven years old ran
out Into die street shouting the alarm
LOII the lieu arrived truck in c is
nml neighbor had got fifteen women
and chlltlien nut BDIIIU acrosn the roof
inl SOIIIM from till windows August
Krilte UiMirfre IliOThey illkn Nolan
anti tMwaiil Jnlm on voigon drivers
rarrlHi out Mrs Connors who win bed
ridden from fever and her sevenyear
old son Arthur who hiul become help
Kss from fright the men mufflM their
faces In thou coats and dived right Into
the lire
Ien tie same group of men ran up
throiit the house next door to the alt
and reached tile top of the burning
house I s Sadie McNamara who
llveil on the top Moor had fallen uncon
at uu from InrrriliiiK smoke Kreltu
fwung flown from the coping by a rope
anti tied 11 IIIIL < liou the oung woman
noilj no utneiH Itaiilwi her ip MINA
Natnira was Willy hurned about the
lliiKi Hn > wui lanen I Il Hnigu le
the IT lj > terms lluaplliil
Mtanv hllc hr aged mother Jirs
IzRxoth McNimaia was tng olled
In a seiiPtitlonal fashion tfie tlJoJ hart
dropped across a window piie ships
fled and helpless Ielll Kcal an 1
firemen McCreiMr Covle and OBrien
of Truct No 13 brought her down an
I extension nddor after risking lilr
I I lives on a narrow ledge rich In the
I midst of the name and smoke Rho Is
I at the hospital dangerously burned
DEAD IN UNOCCUPIED FLAT
Aaron Program thirty years old the
Janitor of the Hat house at No 602
East Sixteenth itreet wise found dead
In an unoccupied flat today There
was nothing suspicious In the manner
of his death
RERESFORD ROW
INPARUAMENT
LONDON July The dissension be +
tween a trio of nrltlili Admlral Lord
Charles ncresfoul Sir Percy Scott and
Sir John Fisher First lord of the Ad
miralty was the subject of a question
In the house of Commons thIs after
noon In reply Iremler Asquith de
clared that apart from certain unytri
fled rumors the Government had ne
knowledge of the existence ot any
trouble llfnMI
If he added the Government found
reasons in believe that a state of affair
existed In any way dotrlmental to thii
dlwlpllno and smooth working of the
fleet It would not hesitate to Uk
prompt and efficient action
The Premier repudiated the eugger
tlon that the antagonism between tha
three officers had originated from the
r at r inifi i n the methods ot naval
iiilininistiatlon out he lent lamp color
lu IS > stories afloat by adding a general
warning to nil naval officers In actlv
service to the effect Hint It was not cart
of their business to dlscuis or crltlcll
the naval policy of the government but
to carry It out with loyalty to their W
pel tors In harmony with one another
and with a single eye to the flcl nf
I of the service
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nllcess Lingerie Iesses
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elaborately lace trimmed Prices
Linen altOn d Suits 52500 to
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White Pink Helio and Light Blue
also Hair Line Stripes in smart
coat models
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Lnglisli Repp tllubr Skirts
in the very popular buttoned front or circular
pleated model at
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Taffeta Silk Shirt Waists
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