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GREAT STRIKE IS THREATENED ON OCEAN STEAMSHIPS
MOTHER INDUQES CHILDREN TO DIE WITH HER YKATII..R-t neeitledi fnB .....Iht anil In-lnorron ts i i in n i i tnm m-dar - win? EDITION EDITION f " Circulation Books Open to All." I " Circulation Books Open to AllF PRICE ONE CENT. BRITISH SEAMEN THREATEN TO STRIKE WEDNESDAY AND TIE-UP MAURETANIA Local Representative of Union r . j , j i nxnecieu vjuien rrom i.on- ' i don Calling ( Hit Employee! i AMERICANS TO FOLLOW. Coast Sailors Make Demands and If Refused They W ill Ouit Their Posts. No rshlrgrnm waa received here to- j day ordering a -t'Ike of the maWSIIM of the National Seamen's and Plretnen'el t'nlons of lir.it Britain In an attempt o tie up transatlantic traffic htv! force a compliance with the men's demands, 1 but Matthew Tarle. secretary of the! American Brunch with hraquarters at No. 3 State atraat, Inatatad t:iat it would ba received in time to prevent the sail ing of tha Mauratanla on Wr.ines-iay if the demands .if the man are not Imme diately a anted. On the heels of the Impending possl bllliy of a atrial comaa the news of the filing of gr I e v a n es by the American Coast Seamen's Union Which c imprlsea in Its member-ii;. lha crews of the eoast steamers dying the American flag sa well as the crews of the American Una If theOa damanda are not granted nr referrc.1 to an irbltrntlon hoard a strike of Amerl an seamen will he call ed, a cording to Secretary ii. H Brown of No. .".1 South street, alio adds that this movement his nothing In common with the dlap.ite bftwaon the British aaamen And thalr nployoM. Will Hold Up Maurctanla. The , aolcgrum oidcrlnc a Mnke which Mr Tiirle ll expecting will, he Bays, he sent by lha National com mittee which has km conducting the negotiations In Iondon ar.d which hue alreadv decided upon a s'r.ke. "When It Is received,' he added, "every man on the MaureUMa, from the tewa.rde to the stoker', will walk nut. Other ships now In part which might ha affected hy such a strike If their crews dec d ad to Obey the order are tha OCOMle, due to sail on edricd.iy. and the rcdrl. , (heCaledonla ami tha Mlnneiaha. dm- to sal: on Saturday, Tha nsmandi or tha British sailor cover a nURlbsr of points. Tha) want a Minimum wage acala aatabllahcd, tha eaatlon of a conciliation hoard to seltln spntes. the ah illtlon "f medical exam- : itions hy company phyelclnna, tha !.ht to sign over a ponton or tneir wages In a foreign port, a leadlintment of hours Bnd the improvement of fore caalle conditions AM have been re fused hy tha International Shipping Fed eration, whl. h comprises all of the com panies engaged in transatlantic traffic under the British flag. Nc'. a Sympathy Strike. Peeretary Brown of 'lie American Coast Seamen's Union, 1r1 discussing the Impending Itrlke, said: 'We have askc 1 for a readjustment of wages, for a readjustment of hom end for t II ah solute abolition of the padrone, or crimp, system, Which Is still In vogue In this port. Of these three things we consider the wage question the leas; Important, We lay epecia' amphasli on toe question of hours, t'ndi r the uld system on deep water ships the men had four hours on end four hours off dutv. filler the present system the men are ..(.l fed t I work all day long and than to divide up the nigh watches Crimp iygtcm in O,: ration. "This la absolutely unfair and un aafe. No men who Is worked nil day la in the proper condition to stand watc.i at night, ir only for a few hours, "A great mans peraona believe that the crimp system Is not In operation n this port urn mora, hut the;.- are aadh mlnaken. h Is still a terrible ev .1 ail' one which we insist must go, it is now the Invariable rule thai f amen will not he shipped on Ann', al, '. , s4B Jn- less they permit ibeniaelvei to be shipped from aome hoarding houae, A man who goes alone to tin, shipping of fice has hi hin'. hatevor a! gettlni 4 berth. The hour ilng-lu at- e keepers still he some s.o 14 n. an arrangement with the s.i I r oue- s. "Borne of the si ailed Christian mis atone have boardlna house, attathcl, where there U a rake-off (from the 4MaV( . right, mil, b. Co. The Mew rn ir nrn nrni flV ty JK a inr LAI r" 3 IN POKER GAME t MJi Beaten On Discovery of Fraud. J 7 Cheating Player Shoots Four From Ambush. kit TTtNNV. pa. May 8. Wacov ery of five a s In a poker deck at Kaylor, a mining town. l"d to the kill ing of tbre men and the wounding of another In a battle by the assassin with 1 a moh that sought to kill him. One of the men slain was a brother of the murderer, Dick Bondrlc, who escaped and is now being hunted among the hills. Those killed are Chgflag Bendrlc, Andrew Bealtla and hli brother K 1 Untitle. The Indu ed man la I Walter Bpiflah, who was shot through I Din )oilv 11 cannot 'i-ecovet. Tile ahoottnej foiio,d a banting ad ministered to Dick Scndrle after the alleged die tovery of ttve aces in the cards with which toe men had been Playing. Braltla dealt the cards and to his brother dealt an ace. Roceo Hraltls. on t:ie draw, drew one card and filled a royal fluah of spndea Pick Sendrb drew tvo cards, and when the ahow down came, he spread out four area. Hraltls, with ids royal flush, claimed the pot, and as he reached for the money Dick Bendrla ahouted "Not ao fasti" and al -o reached for the money. The cards were ranilned and one of the n n found in Bendjrlo'a hand did not match the deck. The bick of the card was of a different design. A tight started and the four men atta ki-i Dick Bendrlc, throwing him from the house finally Standing aoroai the creek from the I bouse where the gantO had been In progress. It Is alleged, he walled until I the men came Within range, una of the nun walked near the open dOOf fM a drink and while be was drawing baar from tha keg, Bendrlo, it is claimed, took blm from hla ooncaal" ment and Brad. The man shot was his ' brother. Tha others ruehod to his side, and Hick tired repeatedly, killing the I Ihrci men and wounding the fourth. The fout m n dropped in a heap, one on another, a posse ,,f miners wa hastily organ laed, and at 111 early hour I0dgy rten drlo 'ad been trailed to ihe entrance of an abandoned mine near here It is he llt.ved tail le ia taken refuge lnlde. and a guard is mail.t tluod over tile shaft. Electric park results. 1 piusr i:.'K 'i iree.yegr-oidi ami up; seillngi about six anal one-half fu'' I longs. .Films, lis iliauown, to a, out and out, drat; Laughing Eyes, ''' (Po hanka), 6 to 1. evn and 1 to 3, second. Fair A,tlanta, Vt (Batopll, I to 1, 7 to 6 un.1 1 to 3. third. Time, 1.27. Aphrodite, and fion Shingle e.lku frtu) uid nnlshed FR(1F bbI Mew 1 -vj rh. Pre., rtihlishlns Vorh World). 'RICH FRENCHMAN FLEES TO CANADA Tried to Leave Impression of Suicide in Seine Detained on Landing in (Quebec. , ...... TRIUMPH FOR WTRLLLSS. the Manner f 1 r c n Famous Crippen Case. QUCBDC, May 52 -The mystery of ihe dlsappearan e of M d'Ahhadle of Kvroua, PrattOa, whose overcoat and soma other personal effects were found on a bridge over the River Seine In I'ana two weeks ago, was solved here to-day when M. d'Ahhadle, a tall, handsome man of fifty, and pe tite Helen llenolt, formerly a governess In h'a family, stepped ashore from the Canadian Pacific steamship Manitoba They admitted their Identity and were held by t.ie authorities to await ietlnlte instructions from France. All France has been agitated about the disappearance of M d'Ahhadle. a man of affairs In his community. The best de tective talent In Tails went to work on the case when outward signs Indicated that .M d'Ahhadle had thrown himself Into the Haiiie. Tha detectives aban doned the suicide theory when they learned something about Helen Itenolt. Wireless Made Them Known. For the last live days the eyes of France hsve been on the steamship Manitoba, Which sailed from Liverpool May 12, USl aa the eyes of the Hngtlsh speaking world were on the ship bear ing Ir. Crippen and Fdhel I.eneva to this port last summer. a in the Crippen ce. the Angara of the wireless a-i t. 1 1 1... 1 .ml m ar t h out over the 1 1 i)( 1 it pn nmfk itt'-1 sea to a ves-el in mill ocean aim un.n- Ingly pointed to a man and a woman who were unconaclOUS of t ie fact that their real identity was known. M. d'Aobadic was probably the lead ing citizen of F.vrcux, a pillar of Ihe church, a man ot gtcat wealth, a , wealth goes In Fran CS, un apparently kind husband and an indulgent father. His business required h'.m to make fre- 1 uuent trips t" r"ar where he stopped at the home of a relative. Helen Benolt was a governess In M d'Abhadle's family two years. She was treated as one of the family. About a month ago ahe announced her Interi tion or going to Canada and living With her brother In the Province of Quebec she onflded to some Intimate friends In F.vrcux that she waa to sail Iro n Belfast, Ireland, en the Manitoba on Ma 1,1. Mile reus. Itcnoit went to Paris from Kv- m. d'Abbadle had bualnaas in I'arls He left his cousins acne one afternoon and the next morning tils overcoat, neatly folded, hla hat and bll cane were found on a bridge over I Seine. Bus.ness cards and other evi dences of Identification were found in :he pockets of the coat. "Cherchez li Femme." "Why," asked Ihe detectives, "should ahe rich, handsome, nappy M. d'Abbadla commit suicide? " T .e natural answer waa, "Cherchei la femme." They searched for ttie woman and found thai Helen Benolt had mel M d'Ahhadle In Parti, They wired 1 1 Liverpool and Belfast and found that the name of Helen Henoit was not on j the passenger Hat of Ihe Manitoba, Hut the found from the Canadian Pacific agency In Parti taut 1W0 ticket! Had been sold for passage to Quebec on the Manitoba In tiie name of a man and I woman who had registered a- man and ! wife in certain Parte hotels where M.I d'Ahhadle ami Mile Benoli ware known to have stayed, They called themselves Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wye The Manitoba asaa oat in mld-Atlantlc when this Information had been as sembled and arranged. The wireless telegraph was Invoked. Megaajfsi were sent to the .Manitoba, and replies came to the effect that a tall, handsome man, answering in eveiy detail to the descrip tion of M d'Abbadla, and a petite young woman, gnawertng to the description ol Helen Benolt, wen- peeeongora on bogrdt iravslllag undar the ngma uf the ..iio'.e who nid bOUgh I steamship lick- gta in Paris, Cuc;ts of Q.chcc Now. Ai thars is no criiiiin.il charge ggalnai the pair, deteOtlVee were not ean I ahnatd the Manitoba v'th Ihe p. lot a was done In the Crippen I ase. Tne officers of lha Manitoba anil some of the passengers were aware of tin. -acts about M. ri'Ahhadie and his companion, but the fugitives were Ignorant tnat they were even under ausplclon. It wvss early to-dty when tha Man WITH GOVERNESS L tled up at tha Canadian Paelfln Among be Xlfft ashgr son -Al NEW YORK, MONDAY, MAY 22, 1911 Mother and One ot Who Died ON NEW CHARGES BEFORE SENATE Regular Republicans Supported by Democrats in Moving to Take Up Inquiry. WABHINQTON, May II. - resolution calling for a prompt and sweeping In quiry Into new charges agaln-t Sena'o. Lortmar of Illinois, based upon the di man. 1 ,,f 1 ha Illinois state Bonnie tha' the case i.e rgopenad, wis introdttcrd in the Senate 10-day b) Bona loi PUHna ham, chairman of the Committee on Privileges ami (elections, I'n.iei the rules the resolution lies over for on. d i .v. Tiie )ii:inghan Illtlon, whloh Is in rue nature of u substitute for the I. a Po lette resolution natiioig a spe-ual com mittee of new BsnatoTS to take up the inuu.rv. unojueatlonably m be adptei by the Benate. The Pamooratlc senators win support this resolution The Democratg, at caucus, decl,le4l in favor of a resolution directing the lnijuiiy by Ihe regular Senate colllmlttie. Sena. 01 l.a KoUatta had given nothu las: week t n t he would call up hla 1 fOOlUtion lo-dn.v . MISSING BOSTON GIRL FOUND ON BROADWAY. Tells I )ctev.Mivc-s She Left Hdrne 1 11 - Account of Stepfather's Cruel Treat merit. Qsrtrude Ma la Qulmby, the mlaslng Huston g.ii. was picked Ul ' Hioad way and h'oi t v-se v e nt it slieet this afternoon by POtectlvee Curry and Corbel of lha Central Ogles and igken to Police Headquarters. Tha gin i exceptionally attractive, and. though she says she was sixteen yeats old on Sept. I last, lha police think she is under thai agl ami had her sent to the Children's Society. T e girl Whs verv poorly dretsed in ; 001 hi - . did not appee. a.i dlicon si t d a he 1 r. . 1 w ion nueeiloni ti c-t and po s te aald s lefi lier home at So, tu Atidobon t'oaOa Koatun, becnuae - ad Iteen cruellv (rented by iier stepf,,) ,-, v. ion Harr) Wl ner, and that sa h,, bean living at the King Ijd ward Hotel end with a married friend. d'Ajlmadie and Mile Benolt gentl.'- ingnly, apologstlo Oovernmeni official met them and 'or the time being taey are guests of the Province of tjuehc, The authorities here do not know what to do with the pair In the ahaei, of a!niv luuuollVi li out aVljlK td mv 1 nninirn r u Wk iu mi Lumivo i it the Children in a Suicide Pact 8 ' is w H 'I laW - Jlt j II I E Indorsements W ould Compel Even If I li" I )idnM Know the Man, Says ( iovernor. M.H.wv. May It. 'The ahgrantet I anil tha fervor 'if Mr. Cohalan's ln- doraentenl wei f auoh a nmtura I mt, without regard to party atniiat.ons and I r I hit) neve, known li man, I should nave foil Co list c, It), , I to act Ml Iheoi " I Qov, lux made (hli ataaemenil to-da) wMien he wa aske-t as to report! thai 'there WOUld be a hltoh In the istntlr- natlon ot imnlel K, ' onaian to be Jua Ilea of the Supreme Court In place of .lames a O'ciormnn siii wei 1 looted I tilled Slates Senator. It is now l-e- Iteved t at Cohalan'a nomination will ba conltrmed io-nlgni with ptsjetloaUy ppoali nc QOI I'll Will send to Ihe Benate to- I nliht the nomination of Col, Joaeph P, S ott of K 1. a as Slate Sup'l ntend etit of 1'rlso Tnrsntsned ( blld Mmni twni, Joaepli Meaning of Mo m Cherry treat, reported at Police Headtiuartari 1 to. dav that his thlrteen- v eai -old step daughter, Mario Mlcelil, has been mlsf- Mug since vestetdav evening He had Ihrantanad to whip her for playing on 'the street late lit the evening instead of studying her lessons, and she ran avva. World Uulldlng I urkl.h Haltn always orwo. Iw . with iwosts n . $1. Bsrnri sii't M.thidir.. ( u.rvsvsUU I H ra w. GOHALAN UR F JUSTICESHIP ON DIX'S PROMISE 16 PAGES THIEF WITH PISTOL READY TO SHOOT O'REILLY IN CAB Accused Lawyer Takes Wit ness Stand and Tells of Re turn of Bancroft Securitle. MAKES A LULL DENIAL Never Had Bonds in His Pos session and Did Not Share in the Reward Lawyer Daniel (Vllelllv took the wit ness stand to-day before JugtlOf Ver 11011 M. bnvtg In the Criminal Htnnrh of Ihe Supreme Court where he Is on trig! ..n ail Indictment .barging him with receiving stolen goods. MM goods" he lug Ihe 1X7. "i securities stolen from Broker Aaron Bancroft Before the lawyer took the stand sev eral more witnesses had testified to his good character. When o'llellly took the stand he said he,was born In this city forty-one years ago and had i.e. ti admitted to the bar In Hf and had been a Deputy Assistant Dlatrlat. Attorney, He was married eighteen years ago and liven with h! wife and ohllriten. Coming down to the nharge sgslnat him, he said thai on March M a man to whom be had been Introduced as Francis, but Who Is leallv Plage, ind a man named Hrown came to as office and said they could lei hold of the mlaslng securities He called up Dough erty, the Ptnkorton superintendent, and spoke to blm about It. Talk With Dougherty. "Now go on and tell about your talk With Dougherty," Mr Levy prompted Wen," said CBollly, "Dougherty (Old me he bad been working on the nee. He sail (be Bancroft! warned Ihe bond", hot didn't rare about getting the thieves 1 said Well, Dougherty. If they don'l waul to arrest the tblOVeS I waah mv bands ,.f the whole affair.' "The next , Dougherty cants to my office and I told blm I would bave nothing 10 do with the matter unless I was retained bv Sullivan to ai t In the Interest of himself and the Han'-rott". In half an hour he came and told me that Hulllvan had agreed to retain me at fs'il to semre the return of the stock to the Bancrofts, O'Reilly told of getting Ills retainer and ending I'laes to his offlea to aee gurlllva n "Did von Introduce Pla as Smith?" Lev .v asked. "I did not, I Introduced Mm as Fran Ms. the only name I knew at tne time " Q, Did vou ever tell Plaaa vnu could dispose of the stock through Banker Clark? A. I did not y Did you ever help or offer to help secrete tha stork" A I did not I never knew where tha alock was (j Did you ever tell I'laes you would negotiate for a reward for a return of the stock? A. I did nothing of the sort Mr Levy then had O'Reilly tell ibout tha taxlcab ride y Did you say to Buillvan on enter ing the cab. Vou know I -otKj he disbarred for this?' A I never said anything of the kind I have never done anything for which I could be dlsharted. In tne cab dull. van asked Class how Die lob was done, and I urged Piass to tell Sullivan all he knew. Hare O'Relll) repeated Ihe story of neoige Bancroft's "ahl kens. ' aa told by Plaaa, Return of Certlficatee. At Thirteenth street ami University place, iiltellly said, Plggg took His rertlhVatei from an Inside pocket. Sul- (Continued oti Second Cage) RESUME Last Wosk Ths World Prlntsd -loat&Moai: "usvr wanted" ads. 3,661 nOM "TO MtWt" AOg 34J MOaB "FO 1AM" AJg U2J MORE "BUaiKEgg OFPOBTO NITY" AM -4) MOBE "WANTED TO PUBCRA8E " AD8. 887 MODS SUMMER BESOBT" ADS. 30 MOBE "AMUHEMENT" ADg 101 MOBE rlMAWCXAL" ADg 14 J MOBE ' PIAHO A OBOAII" ADS 07 MOBE "IHSTBUOTIOM" ADg 73 MOBE MOB.BE II CABBIAOE " ADg Thau were pnbllsbed In the Herald, tha nexl hlgheit New Vork newspaper KVKRY WKdiK, MONTH AND VI.AU Till: W'DltLD 1.1. ADS ALL, OTHER rfiaWHPAPURH OF TUB BARTH IN i 1 1 1. NUMBim op INDIVIDHALLV AJ1VKHTI8BD OrronTlIN'ITIBS. 1 8.514 Siindg, World Ada. Ytrterdw PRICE TWO CHILDREN DIE HUH THEIR MOTHER IN GRIEF FOR PAPA Bodies of Mrs. Gesene Schroeder, Her Ten-Year-Old Daughter and Twelve-Year-Old Son Found Asphyxiated. CLOTHES FOR BURIAL PLACED NEAR THE BED. Woman Leaves Letter Explaining the Agreement to Die Together and Giving Directions for Funeral. Mrs Ooiene Schrm-dcr, a widow, her sun, Henry, aged twelve, and har Daughter, May. agod ten, were found dead to-day lying aide by aide on a bed in tho apartment where they haul lived at No. KM Coffey street, Brook lvn They had been killed by Illuminating giia Judging by the phyetrnl evidences In the room and hy the contents of a farewell message which tho mother left, the trady nna the result of a deliberate compact Into which the despondent, ha'( crazed woman had Induced her children to Join her. Eighteen months ago the husband and father, whose name was Henry, died Of consumption. He left bis wife life Insurance to the amount of K,ii, and the Intet est from thll together With what money ahe derived from house work ami from teniiiig two of ;,et roomi AEROPLANE BEATS FRENCH E) Vedrine Flies 27 Miles vros Country in s l lours and 3' Minutes. PARIS. May 72 --Pierre Ved 'tne, un dlsmsyed by his own aOCtdoat ye'ter diy wlien, l ist prior to las disaster In which Henry M Berleaui. the French Minister of War, was killed and Pie mler Monls badly Injuied, his n an n-. Mo,t,l,n!v cans i."d and was wrecked. again started In the Pat la to .Mad 1 1 raol early this moi n ng and nuila a record Hlght. Vedrine at 4 11 o'elo -g this morning arose high In the air and dlsappe ire I ewiftiy in ihe fog toward Angoulami, the Hi st stage of tha I are There wei a no geeUMnatloni whan tha aviator start-; ed on his Might, tne DSopIl seemlMglv being stunned by the accident an..,,.i- ng tne opening "f the event Vedrine arrived at Ana"uieme at 7 50 o'clock, havlna covered tne ITI ...it.. In 3 boura and 311 minutes. The running time of Ihe (Southern Kxprese between I'arls and Ang"Uletiie la i hours and 11 BlinUtea. The judges an noun, ed thll Vi-drlne had broken t ie record for t.ie long-dlMance cros rountry flight. Ills time was all the more extraordinary when It was con sidered that the air man bad made a gtop at Ktampea, thirty Ivi milea from Pails, to adjust hla motor. Tiie avi , arrived at An goal erne in go id con dition, though :ie suffered considerably ftom cold. A v pill .KM K, France, Mm M i ii -i i ai rued iierv ai I" ,1 ,. o . : , Horning fi oin Hontlat i I ut tij u to lesume bis lllglit m t.o I', rll I Ml dud aviation race. After leaving Pont' levoy, m tiibsn loel hli way and laud' ,d at MTtagyi net) tha (glniit) of (iou haul, whars is reascendsu and contin ued nis num. HILLTOP GAME OFF. CHTCAOO. May 2! -Owing to run the a o .1 - tat.Wpfn the New York Americans ead, WSlte Sua was dcaied, oft, (PRESS N RECORD FLIGHT ONE CENT. ' UlU enabled Mrs Hcroeder to et c for her little household. But Ihe naver rallied from her grief at losing ihe l,re,,, winner. Ihe little girl suf- fered fun, i a chronic heart troublj wnicn made an Invalid of her. Wasn't strong either. Thi boy Wouldn't Go to Picnic. T are was a picnic of tha neighbor! yesterday, ine of her fellow tenanta irgeU Mn s -or,, eder and har children to go The mother de.-llnl, eayln none r them felt equal to the trip. A.nong those who went on the p. onto "as Mrs. Anna Maaa of No. 3 Van csnini aireei. a cousin of Mchroeder'a deal huahand. Mrs. in this morning's mail Mrs. Mass re celved a letter WMeh Mr.. Schroeder had evidently posted late yesterday af ternoon. Transl rrom t! ti,rmiin this letter read In part as follows; l am almost out r My mind. M "ttll Klii I- not feeilng good altbar. hi,.. , irlli M tlj4 t(ni and slie would rather die with her ma tuna than ,tay bare. Henry feels I ho same. "1 have written to my mother In Qirmany that I am not feeling good and have made my will Mr. Maas and Mi pope (another cousin hy marring,., will take .(targe of my money .,,,.1 send It to my mother, llury us very plainly, j have aj. ways lived light, but nobody know, what It N to be alone. I gty. my children In Ood'a care. We have all been in agony aa long a. we can atand it. It n terrible to be torn from lha husband you love." Directioni for Funeral. ' " (olios minute dlreoMone for ths i,i Lb. dlipml or the mi - ni s belongings. .Vsklng the forglvs neei of hat klnapeopM for tiie trouble aha would came I hern, .Mn. Schroeder Wound lip by laying that the key to her ipat noon would he found under a door mat in the ball. .Mrs Maas re. the letter and hur rled "IT lo c,,it,- htreet. un the wav H le met Poll n in H MlOS of the llamil- I0H avanua :a!ln and he a- -ompanied hi i Thl key wasn't whore Mrs lar had aald it would be, out . it irr tenant ..,d key which nttmi a and Haniey opened the door. The whole pla-e agl full of She fumes tnat had escaped from a dosen open gaa Jet. Haniey munMi.,1 hla face n flla coal ll e he was emitting off " 11 "v I opening .n low s. Then when tne ,;r . I I h-ared he started t irouga ,h lint. I' " rlotlma were found on a bed in I hi kiti 'on. ni,. children, lying aids oy n i.e i ,-riii attitudes, were in their night garments Tha mother, fully dreasi i. was an etched beside thein. I.aol haiis was the clothing for .'. 'f the three. Dr. Schneyer i ni, aha . i in from (ne Long Island c. sgi Hospital with an ambulance, laid Ibey had all been dead a some time last even'ug. Aa the undertaker's men were hearing the bodies away, Mrs Maas recalled that thla was the Utile girl's tenth btnU4ay. 1 so Iran r 1 .