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PRICE ONE CENT. 'lMiZm! NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1911. 14 PAGES PRICE ONE CENT. GOV. DDC AND MAYOREAYNOR figgiF fmmm DOROTHY ARNOLD SENDS WOf SESHB SSS E ; KBo 10 GRISCOM IN A "PERSONAL" rm nrii iTAnniiin mm r much m.med I iu un wuni 111 11 uivvniik ii i m . n l a un omHiunonir wmii Governor and Mayor Moot the Waldorf-Astoria by Appointment. at MAY END THE DEADLOC !K State Executive Later Goes on Tour of Inspection Guest at Dinner To-Night. A conference which may have an Im portant hearing OH (be Senatorial dead lock wis held to-day At the Waldorf Astoria Hotel between i"v. Iiix and Mayor Qayner, The talk between the two Executives laited more than an hour, and that t related to the routes: In Albany Is Maeed nn the authority of he Mayor himself. Aj Tlio Kvt r.lng World annOUfced a week. Mayor Cl.iynor ha been Der ia tiy J. Sergeant Oam and others P tin to tlie candidacy of William K. .- ehBM to tike a hand In t'ae lUtr. fot t l Penatorthip. Ills pirt, as outlined by thos who hnvc planneil to have, him Interfere, will to to ask the Governor to CO0M out in the open against Hheehan. Refute to Tal About It. Naturally both the GOV am Of and the Mayor refoaed to ay ani thing about whatever may have he n brought up in the conference relative to the Sen atorial deadlock The Hovern.r has nsistentiy rofueed to g.ve uttaranot to any op nlon that mlslit denote his preference aa to a undulate for I'nl'ed bin tea Sena lor. Ganor RefUggg to Taik Mayor Claynor refused to talk at al' lie said that not. iinn (,f any Import ance hud transpired In hi talk with the Governor. "T.a Mayor an 1 I." said Oiv. Dig. "distuned the propoted charter re- viaion, the Public service Commlealon and the propoted channel in the Pub- I. Service Commission law. We al-i lis-uased tao aestlon of a VU06MW r to Puhllr Sim v ice t'oniinlssloto-r lias aett. Ti:e Mayor hl no namr- to atig geit In t lis OOnntCtlOII, altboug : at a pravloui mealing he luggMtad aa a auiressnr to Mr. Hassett IlriJge c'oni miwloner Klngeley Martin, "I find that the Public Service Com- mt avion law is vary cotnpllontad. it v lit require a grt r.t ileal of study be fore Intelligent notion may be tukr i In the way of r. vlslag It for the ai c a i I lahmcnt n; t!, most good for the pnl lie, Nothing Will ! done In the way of Milvancina legislation with the OBjOOl ! hunting the law until I have aent my ipacial mwiact to Uia Uoclilature on the lubjMt." Owes Much to Gaynor. Politi'lans say that the CrOvernOf owes a lot to Major Uaynor. At tbc.e when things Here pretty well up in the air during tiie siate Convention t lOOhaataf lat Seploober IBa Ma r la eald to huve connnttd the nomina tion of John A. Dig by ! tiding Ilia in dorsement of the then State Chairman To-day a meeting between the (Joy. e nor and the Muyor was arranged yes. terdnv by telephone. Ottv. Dig culled up tho Mayor, wno waa at his country pMOf In St James, and asae.) him If it would he DOnvanlent for him to come to town The Mayor promised to ll at the Waldorf-. -toi in al noon. Hyde Accompan es Him. It Us a few minute! after the ap pointed time when tha Mayor reached tile hotel in an automj.'dle In which lie had ridden from his home in Itrook yn. lie was accompanied by city Chanilierluln Charles H. Jlydc. The Mayor was MCOrtOd to un alevaJOf and shown to Itooni where the Uov- ernor waa in waiting. Mr. Hyde re mained at the foot of the elevator H.iaft in the main lohbby. Alter the confereme the Mayor de- pa-tnl la lits aut..:n.l)lle. Qov. LUx vent to the foot of West Thirty-fourth tired where he boarded a Quarantine U and ataitod for Die guarautine ... eiailon on ftaten Island on a I0UI in leepeetion. He will attend a dinner to be given bv Mrs. Cornelius VattOerbUt to-night and will return to Albany tomorrow. World Building I urkltli Baltat aJssjs ' Bsta s.ii, prints rooa eaee. at fa Mee. r.s !.. or SOTBD ARCHITECT w ho was si: ybrbi.y iNJVRRD is CRASH. OF TAXI BY CAR N rchitec iilOt. Sutlers Con cussion Brain When ossed Ten Feet. Snn:A hope wai heh! out to-day thai John Carrara, noted arohltaali would sur vive the injuries he reoeived last nlgat when a southbound Madison avenue I tr.diey car cul.ided a: Seventy-fourth I s:r ei and Mad. son avanue with a ta.i- cah in which Mr. Carrere waa rtdina. and burled him out of the w reck. 1 vehicle a ill:. .nee of ten feet. Mr Carrare undid on nil bead and wai uncoaatiloue whan PoUuetuan Monahan I of tne K.iH' S.x: Je at'i street ila llon ran to bin aide. Ilia scalp was .ut. and, although ,e wal ruihed to the oparating i.bic in the Praaay tartan Hoapltai. Ave phyalolanB. Ineitid in Dra John A. ilartwrti, BUaWOTth Kldoit jr. and Jutm s. Thatcher of tne buspual tun, wete ii'iiii to revive him. Dr. Hart well, who la a close friend of Mr. Carre re aa wall us his pbyalclan, gave out a descriptive bulletin al i.Jti o'ulock to-ilay. He declined to MttBtaiC publicly the chanot of the archilect's recovery. The bulletin teaJ: "Mr, 'an ere lius a scalp wound and coiP'uHs.on of lhi- brain. His condition I is Uahtly better than II u last nifthi. He bah not et rocoveran eon aolouinaaa." iir. Carrere. who is ftliy eaia old and a l'ellow or tlie America" Institute of Architects, bad planned lour wnks ugsi 0 aa:l for Ku.ope. His paittier, Thomaa liaatlnsi. al n... n East . Ural street, wa atrl kon with typhoid fever, uad Air. Oaireie decld- d to deter hl trip until hit aaaooiate had recov ered. Mr. CuiTere't aoeldMl oci-urred Juat after he had left the house of Donn Barheri a brother architect, with whom be had dined) ut No. ii.'. l.ast seventy fourth street. Before vi iiing Mr. Baroer't home. ir. Carrere had been to Qreonwloh. Conn, to wsii ins pariseri wno , now convaleecent. Mr. Carrara meant t eall to-day f i Parle to Join his wife and daughters, w.io have been abroad ti e M.ouths. lie was to inuko an autonioo.;,. trip throug . Sojtuern 1'iun e and Italy with them. The Arm of Carrere it Hatting, are the nn hiticLa of many Important build- i Intel of this oualry. Amonii the.r later I works ure the new Now Vork Pubtlo ! library. It'. N rhaatre. the i.nnn I Bmbaety at WathlnatOB tby ipe ai 1 " ,,on 1 l:"'l' "1 William), the i " ' 1 : ',' . Ih" g 'il' hall reoently erected on I he rorlyAfth . , , , i ,,,. ,.i,. reel tide, and many ther I JOHN CAR.ERL. I i A. JOHN CARRERE INJURED IN WRECK Mr. Can re s ionic la ut No. la Wen Thirty-lli ' tre, Pr, T'la-o-r, attendlnaj Mr. Cairere at the Preabyttrlan Hospital, lesued a hul lei in at . o' i ii in which he announced tha: i.'e Injured arcbltect'i conditio.. was nun I .i i. than at noon. The genera) --. n t .. icmanej the e ..i,..-. v : ' x ... '...ea-t., V' . Not in a Hundred Years, Thi inch to N mie Next Bride Might Me Premature. HIS BOOK ON WEDLOCK. It Advances a Philosophy and Also Covers JS Years of His Many Marital Ventures. T: n no nw rlf fur Nat C to utanil forth Ml ftPMtl mony. both honeopathlcftlljr pftth loftily, io tf ipf'u. iiut Ooodwln of pi airl and alto when he takei a Arm gr;p on his trusty fountain pen and nails to write an exhaustive work on tne tuhject. culled from his own experiences of nearly t tilrty -five yaari WOM, It's time for the other niem oers of the Alimony ClUb to liegin sav in? their pennlaa to buy a copy of the volume, whleh will aurely ro-ne to tie the standard lex, book on the subject. "I Wonder" It to tie the name of tiie i ink Mr. Ooodw ln already lias pi oof . heels of some o the clmpters--and Its author received hit Inspiration s lortiy nftei Pate deolt him lit latett wallop In the form or a ault for divorce by I Bdna Ooodrlcbi the moM re ent Mrs I Qoodarln and on of the prettleot of the eolle Hon. Toe leferee, J. Campbell Thompson, announced to-day that he would 100010" mond that to Mrs. il.eslwln lie grunt's! mi unjcondttlonal divorce and the imuicr of the matrimonial Marathon record ro- eervad the news as he sat nt table in the Hotel MetropOle along with Arnold Daly. Riddle Poy. Qeorge ConeMlne. c.irse Pay ton and Bdjdle Murke. some of whom are neit entirely without ex partanca I temaah es. He Haan'l Sworn Off. "Have l s vur i ofrv" he repeated n.'te,- tiie reporter, "(ram I! I tna'rimonln tut .It? Nat In a hundred year, my boy not on your younif life. Why awoar off? Why not be deoeni an.! bonore , id i le? Jdatrlm illl never ny la the only ttnt swear off, as you call It." "Have you th- particular younp woman in mind aa tha next Mrs Qood in?" ha W'Jt asked, "Weil, no, hardly tint." ha reidlef "Huoh an announoecnent would be, i -a to. least, prematura 1 was ipeak lug of matrimony as n yenernl propoei tion. People talk about Ooodwln is mueh-n.ai rled and dlvone l and nil tint Well, my "newer Is, 'Why not?' An' nobody'i ever catted ma. In nil nn yenrs of extietlenee I've always tried i do the right and honoraole thing, and nithough I've made -ome mletakea, i think I've Rucoeeded raaaonably well, "The very fact that l have regarded the marriage c eremony as Inaiopenei i thows that I have alWayl tried lo do toe right thing. In every ease It was nit I who went to the divorce r I remember that, my bov. Advancre New Philoiopoy. "But It la this ery tubjecl that 1 am treating in a most eghatietive man ttgg I" my bOO Hi he contlnui I. w. lin ing uo. "and I think I will advance a pblloaophy that win have many fol lowers, ut least amonfc the 'uen and women of tie e'nec. No, I will not go Into details OjbOUl lje book lust now, but In spite of Its rather frlvOlOUl title, Wonder,' It Is to be a terloui work, and I treat my lUbJecl In a dignlAed manner. 'Tha oanflllielani 1 have reached are taken from my thlrly.Av eears of ex porlcnee, and I br e recounted many of ti.e Incident ami edvei iret that have .ii ut.. mi- no a.ithoii: i -'neak as 1 ,lo 1 Matrimony with me, i boy, is tot a hfjrblt. as some p.' le team ( I think it's an inapt ration. feelini or r..rvor that '.cads me to do the thing that I be lieve is right ni Mi" raaull in the moat panMUtant happlneaai "No, I will not ud-nlt that the lack Of. iQf'Parmanency In toy exierl.ui',e It un arg luu-nt against my theory. in the surface It may teem Mi - II deep In my inner conocloutncet 1 know that isn't true. CASH AND BOARDER GONE. Mi.s Annie grhaeffer af No, DM s -fi,i i gvenua reported to ue poll e of the Kut Klfty-ftr-t 1 1 reel stanon io. la tiie lOPJ or tie", ahtch was taken riin tier diesser on Kr.oa ufiernoon I get, Incidentally1 the reported that a board. er In her In ute gild disappeared at the tame time. Khe tt known the boarder tor levernl raare, she gave ids name and deCQTlptl in and dOteCIIVM arc IjjK- JO ioi bim.. 4 Have I aworn off from the nint rlmonial tUtbltf Matrlinotiv i the only ntat anil 1 111 MVef awar off. POOplt 'alk about C.oodwin ai BttOb Bttrrtt I and ItWNtd Why not? I'vp made sonic mimakra. al though 1 think I've iuccojMM iBMonkbly well Matrimony with dm not a bablt, nn some people think lis nn inspiration, a feeling of fervor that lea Is me to do tha tiling I ballava in right. I Will not admit that the lack nf partnananejp in my npartanea 's an argument against my theory. In ovcry it wag not I who wen: to the divorce courta ic- ni"m er that. I FOR WIFE-BEATERS Brutes Can Only Be Reached Through Physical Hear, Says Magistrate. Mo I 's' rate Appleton, stirred to wnc.o by two cases of wife beating bffOUght to hit attenti m n Harlnm Court to day, announced that he waa In favor of a revival of the ngltntlon for the adoption of ice whipping pott for wife beat era "The brute who heatt hit wife," ty said, '.s rot amenable to reason or to tppeali to humanity, He eaa and muel be reaoiied b) physical fear. If he itnowe that psin inflicted on hit own wo-C.iiss carcaa le going to be th" Inevitable r.-anit of a blow againat hit wife he will not etrlke. We nraat come to it." Mrs l.ooise Tjeonerdo appear.-1 be rore Masletrate Applets, n to day with a Mack eye. which marred her pretty rjee. Sin- Is eighteen years old end her llg ire Is childish. Though eh had sworn out tiie warrant on Which her bueband was arretted, she pleaded vol- ubiy for mercy for him, eaylng tiiat he had "only lost hit temper." Both Wive Merciful. "You arc a very foolish yeutlg wom i i laid the Magistrate. "VOU have Hen married only three months, if h .Oil do tills to you now, and fin. Is he ran bo free, he will force you to cpend h re.. I of your married lire running (0 police court to try frighten him Into treating you deoently. You had better let him go to tile workhouse t r while." Finding her still Insistent on gettlni her bueband Offi Magistrate gppleto bald Mm In tse bail until to-morrow, with the purpose of giving Leonardo a tceie or on day In Jail nt least. The next complainant waa Mrs. n- netu Adams of No. iloi Ntghtb avenu in r buaband John was brouani In with .Is load wrapped In i.andeg' s. III! up per up was ewollea o that it p ted be) ond his nose. ' Wheicd l.e get tlial lip." arkel Maic- lirat Appleton. I'm sorry. Judge," said Mrs. XI mi, "but 1 hit him with the stove 11 1. He had I truck me several time end w'as running after nie to bit no- Main and I Just grubbed up tie ItOVl lid and when he drove me into a corner 1 let him have It I'm aw till sorry." The Magistrate leaned back In hit chair and smiled bt iiulli 'Don't epol utlxe, ' said. ' T the most rafreahlng iigl i have ll en In many a long da? I am BOrTy I con not have this man 'aken ou irol in. turns ied ton. idly. T at ought to lie lua iea! punlohmont, as in me eas.. befori this. But '.hat !p la battel than UOlh hn;." Workhoute Hangt Over Him. Mrs Adams pleaded that If bar hus band were sent to the workho.iae she would oe lift without support Tie Magi.', rate talked to bar at he had to Mra. l.eoiianlo. hut she waa sure ner hufv and would never bit her again." ' Adonis." said l. e Mag:'' it.-, "you must either sw.ar to me ibtl you wnt al."' i i i from all drinking ami from sulking yoiii wiie for tu month, or you go to the grorkhougg." Vd i ns was sulky about or. king a oholce an I l ie Mauist '.'e lmeie. ., I worbbou tentanee and then tupended 1 1 , -i t tai i ie nasi blow at Mrs Adam would automatically put It Into effect. WHIPPING POS COURT DEMANDS i in t'liiii: i-oi( lot : T ie Ureal London Detective begins un ravelling the Mystery of the Hed Til ankle In neat Sonelav'i World. A com plete detective story In book fo-m free Ordci from newadaaiaf i advance, onat atory l v i m mtk mr been a Mrs. Mary E. Chapin, Gub Woman Prom Boston, iix plains Latest Religion. CLAIMS GREAT POWER. Says She Has Restored Sight and Overcome Pneumonia by "Practical Thought." Not on tttraetlv woman, but she Is Mra. Mary K. chnpln. the Am; i.m Host. m luh 1 town with a new rellfion. lalmt for her "lust dll -ov- ered" creed the following "currt": Youth afflicted with blndnee two years gett tight back by Mrs. Chapln'e "thinking treatment." Prominent New York clubman (name withheld becauOO of hit fum- Ha, a confirmed drunkard, reformed by 'rs. Chapm'fl "personal pecula tion." Sime altenman (name atain eup praaaadl with ttpmachi liver ami kldue.vt cr Ipplefl wltn dyspepsia and gedLhretl ill", obtained r bust Interior by Mrs. Cmapln' "practical thought" tpplh atlon. IHstlngiiished law. i t a red ec, nomltl na.tne llkew!s wlthhel) rascued from ei'iis of toolellom and anarchy by Mra. Chapin's "philosophy of galfc" Mother of young phytic Ian In Bo ton, dying of pneumonia a thousand miles nwuy. restored to hen ' i In nil" day by Mrs. Chapin' 1 'affirmative on ketone" mend it. Young woman, the lupporl of mother an.l brother, obtains job as ttenogrepher bj ir.. ciiapin a "phll i nnthropL e islr," Ac. Tell of Her Nsw Thought. In her new (tUdlOt where the III of mankind are. removed from the human frame by one or more of Mrt. Chapin' I thought ci mpounda, ah ki.pt a group of ; fashionably dr. sed young Woman and! matron waiting to-day in her elabo rately furnished reception hail while she disclosed the Wonder she has gCCOm pitched since oomtng to New York lust July. Mrs. chip n s i reed go. s lometblag ilk ihlai "Nothing i impoailM. Tiber are no Incurable dlaeaaee, Man' litest fur.e are Illimitable. M od (Way matter. I iie,p people to help themnetvon, i aiiow laeiii lio.v po.v. ful t icy tre themselves. I'm h great ttudont of the teaching of Jesu. alii t oe teuoliltigo of every piiilot- aphar. 1 devoutly love jrtcttua lie was BUch a dear old mm la everything he gnldj. Sayt 3hr; Hi Power. "My rutes are ffe. t.sl, nt h'y Im position of .'.amis or by mltiiatratlou of medicine I'm not phytbiau, but a metap' ytlclan, which It hlgiier but by applying th pi noipl of conitruutlv living to health, iladnee ami ebund an e I line wonderful power I know that, f o- all m friend! are to tore of it and I'm going to Kiye it to dooervlng eases, as t'o'.v riiient theniselvi-s I'lere " Story of Curing a Clubman How the "eurd" a clubman to at- torbed tiie attention of one of Mis ciapin's auditor that he ooneentod to tell the atory. "Now, my dear," she began g?ably, "I'd love, to give you bis name, bul I can't, tor his i f il wile's ak ii..'m tha mm o' r.-at explorer, thou vvhether It's 'o ik Un failed to . rip h ;1 No. 1 won't i ' Pear) Hi- 1 ' I ii ime to m " 'l ye ot i bev ame iiipior, quick " tn eaolatmed, a be entered my itud a My dill's, in miii i Wine trembling, h i fa e allien Oh ' and he was lie p., i ire of dee pair. " 'Sit down aald. Again one mouth f . " 'ful'iuor i tniuided In a .-aimed. Th. end will help you,' I demanded IMluoi j is: nihil vanlaht' f com ml, poaltlV v.,,,e H . i said in m ni e torn - 1";: lo he yr.ui lever tt lUhl 'P to your fl d- r. Ida 'Now I'm i will lift vol r plane 00 al remedy arlthl Hi' d. .a . he left, He be s.ii.1 be t ink tha I you" i hurriedly em ba w would, yi u I. a . e 1 1 i iml Week as a- nil iil.:lljel. Ilia lllllloer W.ll I a: i ,g I H.t v ilce waa delightful, j 'oh, Mri. Uhanln, what a ohanga he come over me,' he tald. I we to a saloon from here and Balled for a giait of beer, i took one mouthful ani I thought what you tild. and l ie -in taken one tlrice. Trnl) ou are wondei fUl, frff'"g Ws bV .v.w.i.-u mei D1SCOVRHBR OF m; W CttRBD TH A t CURBS BY THOUGHT. M-tv-i mshV r cMs;ijiri ty NEW FINDING iN ELOSSER-TWIGG POISON MYSTERY Two ( ".hemists Now gree That Carbon Monoxide Killed the Sweethearts. gpgrii i to The keenta Woe! i CtTMnRftUAMD. Md Mi U. The re port or i'r. churiet Qieaer of Baitl more, and Hi . it. I., i.ynoh, o lei i ham Id of the Heelth Depatt ot of tiy iMstrit of ColumWa. eg peril employed bj gti Attorney Rotb to toil the blood of Qharla It Twin; and ilra-e .;i , f. and dead i i the parlor of the Kloss r hone He-, ill, an th Otfi at their waddtitg. in the hope of locertaln ing Co- rauee of death, were mad pin lie t.y Mi itoi.b luis afternoon, an i tiiee nates t nil death In eich Instaneo Wl due to carbon monoxide poisoning. Tha tests were male by the two 'hetnl ' Independently ami eholr reports egr.e Mr R 1 1 said to-day The fact lb (be ,li as I see them at tnls time Without having any "v dene to jutttfy the belief that any pain ulai j, . ton ' anted t ie ,li ath of these parti" That two persons were found daed i a i o cu In vi itch W a etOVO With ,i,.'. iv 'in" thai itfbaaojuently two ,,u rial ai . . pi. i i d in the ime i oem. tiie iovt i.g ite i. tie doori clotad and the tn al .lied thai euob tminni si i- , Or.' 01 Ml and Mr. Icti a snv thai carbon monoxide gas egletl I in the bi .o I of the two parties Who dld In Co- room io luoh no gtnt m to pau death " Prior to the time o' 'he carbon mon :, ie ti ry, the Coroner verdlei in i been that Uiese two partial came to 1 theli death bj meane of cyan i t'are ful Investigation was made aiots lb ryanlde ehgary, the suite bavin rm ployed Die Plnkerton leie t v.- tgenc) Ii asJlst. Hie" rumor and every pha-e of ih.- n-,. was inveetignied and on im ryanlde thoort ll became evident that ..io- third party either admanleterad the poison or kftaW Oi 'hi manm-i m .vni- ii was administered, bul aba lutely nothing "f a delinlt nal ire was tminii la oonneot ant par ton with ib ie--pelrallon i.r tli. i or i The pokwn myitwy oas undoubtedly ended lo lar a Mr liObb ron erned. TAFT IN HAPPY MOOD ON RETURi'i FROM -A EST. Preiidenl Hack in Washing! m Alter lii Reclpi dt) Speaking Trip. WAalllNHTON, Feb, 1.1 Pre. ident Tart arrive i at IM A, M. toaa) from I bus blgl in. i -i Inanrld, III. He wa- n son,'- Willi t'apt. Archibald Hi t ie driven immealatel) to ibt tvnt Uv.aa Not Only Has Suitor CommunicafciT With Missing Girl, but She Has Re plied, One Message Being Printed Day He Landed From Europe. DETECTIVES NOW AIDING BOTH OF THE FAMILIES Sleuths Follow Would-Be Bridegroom Who Employs Roger O'Mara, Harry Thaw's Trustee, and Others to Locate Heiress. (gjgaetal Iron Staff Coriespondent of The Evening World.) ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Feb. H. The search for Dorothy ArtwUi, the rtiissing daughter nf Franci R. Arnold, the millionair?. perfume im rtorter of New York City, In-day has resolved itself into a battle of wits between detectives employed by Ccopge S. Griscom sr., the PHtaburf millionaire father ol (ic'crni' S. Griscom jr., and Miss Arnold's father, The object of both Is to iocate tne young woman. The Arnold sleuths' purpose is to find Dorothy, through the medium of Griscom jr., and prevent the Litter from marrying her, while the Griscom detectives are expected to devise means whereby Griscom r. may meet the young woman who because she could not marry the man she loved disappeared from home on Dec. 12, and make good his declaration that he will marry h-.r when she is found. I One reaton why Orltcom Jr. It Wire BLACK FOOTPADS HOLD OP CHINAMAN N HOLIDAY CROWD Beat Him, Take WaShee Mone) Away Sin 'if I and c -t real clash of 1.1 "es came Ihlt after noon hi 3 o'clock when Yong See. n Ce i ii who it engeged in keeping Modi eon gveue tblrte Imtitaaulat condl tloHi was iilin 'ked and roi.'oel .it l.enoa avenue and On Hundred and T i '. - i. i".i street hv four negroee. To., .-reel ware Ihrutiged at the hour Before Yung knee Whal bad hit him ,. waa pro mat in tiie holiday crowd i .d a dusky hand bad taken from Ml I iiet .Vii in real money. LlkCWlte el .t dusky hands had formed a trust to die flume hit fao The Chinaman set up in awful roar. Ills crlei attrarled the ;.i-s..i-s. but the four negroes eacap.sl betfore the) cool i be id en tided. The police of (ho Baal Twenty-sixth street stitlon were notlrled and dele. - I live we s.-nt lo se. k the noejroee. Tong a!.i he knee ..f no roaea for tl attack esceot thai in- had ngaaed re. ' cently in a controveryey wtrh two nr. g; ma lespe thtg th dallvarj f sane w ., ee, The Boss S .ys: "I've never been licked yet. I 111 too old to btgln now." "Tbey yell To with Ragaui all tb. louder after lapping up hi eham- J"' Kei I mat In a parlor. But yoi ought to nt ii 1 in in a hir ' "I'll give no rility a fair ihow . Timet er ehengiog and It .nay pay now titttr'u It "I'll learn yo hit I'm IT end ycu ie riTi" "Ke'e coining In hi ante. wai mi beeroo." I v. lsb It Wheee ate a tew of Michael norm He ii hero ot v.ir. ' on-: now playing In Itevr York. A novilli. tlou of tbl ariat olay Will bgln ui I WdneadaaT'n Evening World, voult can't adord not to rad it. I Dorothy Arnold I not died and that th eiii .... produced when wanted bcam i ki own to-day. He has heard from her H i nigh the medium of "pertonaje" la a New York paper, one hetna printed th I da; On. Merlin, on which Orltoom oame I from abroad, docked. tliiaxra ha t also used the personal columns to eom- . muni' ate with her tefore he reaobad tbie country. Orltcom hsi concealed from everybody how Miss Arnold sign her ; ereonals. To day Roger O'Mnra. ex-Chief of th Pittsburg Detectlvit, whose tpeclal mte- Hon of Ute e.irs bat been to watch tiie sons of I'll is burg millionaire!. ! entered the case to aitltt the QrieoaOBIs O'Mara, who wai employed In the da , 1 1 me of Harry Thaw, and who ha bean j Thaw's 'trustee ttneo he hat been tn Uatti twan, will endeaver to lee that mi meeti the young woman to rn trow as per tho pergonal inierted by Orltcom in a New York paper Satur day and Sunday. . The Poronal. This personal: I er; bin KOlnc a!i rtgb:. To) ma ipect to hear from me Tuee d)i JC.VIOR." . . final!) determined to-day to have ieen alerted at the Instance of Qeorg B - un Jr. It was tent to the nw r In ii -h it was rubllelied by tl.p Ho el Itaym md, it No. ii Katt Twenty -New York City, where Ortwom once stopped and when he is well known. The Arnold!, alarmed by the UV di ti of in fort) -two-year-old ult9r that : ung woman will be produced ,r ihi return of the mother from ' ami i marriage arranged, have brou delect:'. fr-.m New Vo-g ard tin elging the Hotel Chalfonte so tint not a movement of the Ciriicon CM ' " ape tin Ii notice, i i tltude of John W. Arnold and) . .. . I., llrlsenm ir n,,u. Is ralhur In view of e atatement ' ' elder Arnold lait w4k an. I Ids son were going down he ii lb rlln i" ,spdogUe to Otiecoa ',.,.. io, tu.mA . eh. aaaa. N. . , , ,n he teen Certo- .ml It la rumored that Orleoom 1 '' '" s"" ,onn Arnold, im will not deny that he Wjaa i . Arnold In Florence, end ga t .ry iiai com out ai W aa a thraahlne. Prior to ' Is tald John Arte. Id . i a ti: itl ig a duel wit i Urlteom, Ir ii- i t.o desire for sucji ',4 i.ter. an! John settled wltn Hm m. i " iitt t i i in ii 1 ind where; iluellltig Is net frowned upon. 1 pe.l tbut the ,i ..tt . . , ,. . ,.,,. . v. j Yoi k. live trunki were received itei 'iv f i .un New York. Kvery. ICTe ; nil ats mat tu dh t eee Ibya youii j.iin who ba been myeiwbyOge ljpetf"aa i a ..swl. at. 'ss rS