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HIGHER PAY FOR 14,000 WOMEN
JURY
gPITION,
PRICE ONE CENT.
DREAMLAND PARK ADDED
TD CITY'S BIG FREE BEACH
WON BY EVENING WORLD
Board of Estimate Votes to Ac
quire 7-Acre Tract at Upset
Price of $1,000,000.
VOTE NEARLY A UNIT.
Plan for Tuberculosis Sani
tarium at Rock away l ark
Is Also Sanctioned.
The Board of Eatlmnte nnrt Appor
tionment to-day adopted Tho Even
Ing World's plan for a park on the
Dreemlanu Bite at Coney Island
by rotlng to purchase a plot of
area acres. Including all the Dream
land shore front, at an upset price
of 11,000,000. Condemnation pro
cgadlrtgg will be lasUtuted at once,
and If the award Is less than 11,000,
000 the Dreamland Company will ac
cept ft, but, at any rate, the city will
not have to pay more than 11,000,000.
At the same time the Board au
thorized tile purchase of 250 acres of
land with a mile of shore front at
Bookaway Park. A sanitarium for
eolldren suffering from bone tuber
miosis, for which 1350,000 has al
ready been guaranteed by charitable
Cltlsena, will be erected on the land
and the beach will be thrown open
to the people.
It has been a little 1cm than Ave
months alnoe The Evening World, while
the ruins of Dreamland Were yet ablaze,
started it campaign for an intension ol
the park anil beach front already owned
by the city at Coney Island. Tho Dream
land Arc occurred Mny 3.
The Bvsnlng WOTed's Idea met with
the Instant approval of the people and
of the city olILials. It was plain that
the city mu-l have seaside, parka, play
grounds and fre, access to the boaohog.
and that the land can never be bought
cheaply as now.
PROBLEM OF INCREASED SEA
SIDE CROWD8 18 SOLVED.
Borough President M Anony was par
ticularly enthusiastic for the 'plan. lis
Is an observer of conditions at Coney
bland and figured that when the flve
osnt fare to Coney Island Is a mailer
Of fact which The livening World be
lltves It will be ere long there will be
an Immense InOTSSSS In (he summer
crowds. Until the plan of taking k.s
session of the Dreamland tract was
thought of the city was crnfrontcd with
the problem of handling additional hun
dreds of pleasure-seekers at u place
where the open space are being rap
idly covered with buildings, and access
to the beach has been made more dif
ficult year after year.
To-day's authorisation opens the way
for a seaside park or ornamental beach
4t Coney Island extending along the
hore front all the way from the foot
of the Boulevard wsstward to West
Tenth street, where the Slant Coaster
stands. There Is no intention of lm
proving the land with shrubbery, grass
or flowers. It will be made Into a dean,
(Continued on Second Pnge)
MINISTER NOT SLAYER
AS DISPATCH STATED.
Name of Hev. James A. Burns of
Kentucky Confused With Thai
of Boy Accused of Shooting
(By 1'iiilt-rl Pre. I
afANSl'lKl.l), Ky., Oct. 111. A. J.
Bums, a boy believed to be demented,
is held hero oharged with the murder
of Perry Hums, who was assassinated
from ambush Tuesday night, The
prisoner's name was confused In dis
patches sent from here to the United
Press yesterday with that ol Rev,
jamas a. Burns, President or oneida
Papllat Collect who Is now la New
York on business.
Rev. James A- Burns baft bo oonnse.
tion whatever aHli the tnss, end the
use of his name In this connect! -n Ml
an error, entirely Inadvertent and due
to the mlttaht -f lbs . n ponfJigjt a be
wrote ths its. o.
TRAMPLES
CesvrigM, jail, by
Co. (Tha N(w
HOW EVENING WORLD
WON GREATER SEASIDE
PARKJNJ MONTHS.
May 2K Dreamland destroyed by
flro and The Kvenlng World be
gan Its fight for a (ireater Sea
side Park at Coney Island
through the city's acquisition of
the burned area.
.lutiu 2 norotigh Presidents Mc
Aneny of Manhattan, Steers or
llrooklyu, Grosser of Queens and
Cromwell of Richmond declare
for The Evening World's plan.
June 5 Pastors all over the city,
regardlera f denomination, tele
graph Tho Evening World their
approval of tho purchase of more
beach for the people at Coney
Inland.
June fi -The Aldermanlc Commit
tee on Parks, of which Alexander
9. Drencher Is chairman, reports
In favor of the purchase of the
Dreamland site, whleh.xeuort iB
adopted by the Hoard of Alder
men. July 13 Comptroller Prendergast,
President Mllcnel of the Board
of Aldermen and Borough Presi
dent Steers of Brooklyn vested
with power by the Board of Es
timate to negotiate for the pur
chase. Oct. 10 -The Board of Estimate
finally adopts the report of the
Special t ommlttee on Dream
land sltn and formally authorizes
Its jrchnse at $1,000,000 or less,
thus crowning with victory the
fight made by The Evening
World.
Mrs. Donovan's Suit for $100,
ooo Was Result, and Settle
ment Was Made To-Day.
With the simple announcement In the
Supreme Court to-day' that a suit for
$100,000 for the alienation of a husband's
affections had been settled was revealed
the Story of i tasloab romance tint led
to a night of Joy at Coney island, and
other gayottei (or several weeks afur-
ward.
The aumli v.d wife wan Mr Ml hue.
Joseph Donovan, of No, v& Wast one
Hundred and Third street, who alleged
that sirs, Agnes Miller Crawford, a
well-to-do property owner of Floral
Park, I, I , had stolen her husband's
love. She de dared the first InUuiatl. n
she hid of lionovcn's alleeid friendship
for .Mrs. Crawford cine over the tele
phone A woman called her up and
said:
'your husband IS with nie. lie loves
me mors than he loia you. That Is all
th re is about it "
Mrs. Donovan Investigated imme
diately. Answering the telephone an
other day, she asked the woman If she
was really In love with Don , van.
No," she said the woman replied.
But I pit y him."
The Donovans were married thirteen
years ago and, at rdlng to Mrs. Dono
van, lived happily until I'onovan mo:
Mrs, Crawford.
Then," said Mrs i'onovan, "my hus
band seemed like .1 I banged man."
on What basis ths settlement of the
suit was made was not dlSOlOSed, Irving
jSU glef of No, H William street was
Mrs. Donovan's lawyer, but neither he
nor counsel for Mrs. Crswford would
ge loto dstalla.
YOUR HUSBAND
LOVES ME MOR
CAME OVER PHONE
1 "Circulation Books Open to All"
Tb. Press rubUshlag
ferk World).
NEW
TEACHERS 10 GET
SAME PAY AS MEN
i
Mayor Approves Bill Putting
Both Sexes on Equality
in All Grades.
SAYS PEOPLE FAVOR IT.
Tax Rate Wil Be Increased
Only Four Mills to Raise
the $3,500,000.
Ky puttlnir his approval on the new
law giving women teachers In the pub
lic schools the same pay as men
teachers doing the same work. Mayor
'Vaynor to-day authorised an Increase
In the salaries of nearly 14,000 women
at a cost to the city of approximately
3,W0,0o0 a year. In a memorandum ac
companying his approval tha Mayor
says:
"After careful consideration I see that
I should an-ept this bill for the city.
It gives the women teachers In our com
mon schools equal pay with the men
I lee OOrS IS all the grades. They now
'. have equal pay In some of the grtides.
. The Legislature has passed this bill
several times In recnt years. Its will
should not be vetoed again. The rule
of equal pay to men and women teach
ers a nothing new. It already prevails
I In over one-half of the large cities of
' this country. Instead of lessening the
numher of men teachors It will Increase
I It. The economical reason for appolnt
log women teachers because they arc
pall lest Is removed by It.
TAXPAYER8 FAVOR THE MEAS
URE, MAYOR DECLARES
The prlnclp.il objection Is that the an
nual budget will be Increased about
H.Mo.OUU. It Is said that the taxpayers
object. On the contrary, I find they
generally favor this bill as a measure
of Justice and good policy. Moreover.
the will of the whole community must
be consulted In mat;ers of government,
and not merely that of the corporations
and pertOM who pay the taxes. The
Interests and wishes of the rent payers
are no less Important than those of
the taxpayers, as every wise land owner
knows We should do better to alwavs
say rentpayers and taxpayers, Instead
of suylng taxpayers only.
"And when we consider this addition
of M0O,0M to the next tax budget, It
la not so great after all. It la an In
crease of four mills In the rale. That
means that one who now pays $loo in
taxes will have to pay 40 cents more,
namely. JI00.40, by reaaon of this In
crease, that one who now pays $-.ro will
have to pvv ggU that one who now puys
ri.ooO will have to pay 11.004. and so on.
I am perfectly content as a taxpayer
to pay this small Increase, and I be
lieve the vast majority of taxpayers
feel the same way. They are not so
!; is by sa some would have us be
lieve.
HOW TO 8AVE $4,250,000 AN
NUALLY BY ONE MOVE.
"We can save IH.oiJO.ono in other ways.
An offer at an operating company to
put lQO,0OC,0Oi Into subway construction
was recently rejected Dy the oSli lals
of the city, It Is Intended Instead that
the olt; i ill put in all ihe money, not
withstanding thut under the Jaw the
it,' his the very same ownership and
oontrol, ,md the operating company
cannot gel a longer lease, even though
the operating company put up part of
the construction mor.Dy, or all of It.
The Interest on the bonds to raise
U00,000,000 at ' per cent, which Is the
rate we now have to pa), will amount
to 4JM,0M annually. Why not save
that for beaches and schools?
on the heating before me on this
bill one speaker plot ired the property
of tills city as overwhelmed with tax.i
tl.in. I h ul to Inform htm that taxation
In this city Is relatively far lower than
In the other cities of the State, and I
might have added of Uie nation. Those
who assert otherwise do ho Ignorant
ly. or else (which Is the case of a few)
from a settled purpose to decry and de
fame this ctty in every possible way.
OFFICIALS HERE ARE HONEST
AND CAPABLE, MAYOR SAYS.
"And we have good government here.
I bog the people Of tl Is city to call off
the list of bands of departments in our
present city government, and say If
they And one among them who Is
otherwise than absolutely honest and
competent to 1111 Ills plaCe, 1 felt pi O ld
as .Mayor of tills ctty to listen to the
iCoatlnuea on Second Page).
1410 WOMEN
ON RUZZE'S BROKEN HEART
YORK, THURSDAY, OCTOBER
Ruzzielamb and Woman He Sued
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' ' HaP- Ihelen WTaSMITH.(
' f W ' PASTOR RESIGNS
k 1 AFTER TALK WITH
1 " RIM IN A PARK
AVIATOR ELY
KILLED BY FALL
AT GEORGIA FAIR
Aeroplane Crashes to Ground
as He Makes First Circle
In Ascent at Macon.
MACYN, OA., Oct. 11 -r.mtene Ely,
tho aviator, was killed by a fall while
making a flight at the State Hair
Grounds to-d.iy.
Kly had Just risen from the ground
and was muklns; his llrst torn In a dip
over the crowd when his machine
plunged to the ground.
llunilri-1 watei.ed In horror as at
tendants ruaned to tbe aerephuie and
lifted the aviator from the wreckage,
Illy wns badly m.inK'esl. but artllj living,
lie was ruabod to a hospital where he
died 111 a short time.
WOMAN'S FIGURE MUST
MEASURE EVEN INCHES.
Cloak and Suit Designers Declare
OJJ Sizes Won't Be Ma.te
at All in Coats.
Oh, girls, listen!
Iio you know how lonu your coat Is
(tolnn to be next spring? Of course
you don't. So the United Cloak and
Hult Designers' Association of Amer
ica, now In session In New fork, bai
arranged It for you.
If you are quite lull, your OOgl will
be M Inches long. If you are not quite
tall, yo.ir cut will b4; 1M laches Ions.
Tnat Is th" rule. If you don't like It
you will baVe to go without a coat.
Tt.eie will be no gMgoh ooata or
kVlnob ooats , or Blnoh couts. only
M ami M la in lengths win be tolerated,
Really there was QUlts u dlSi ussion
over It at Masonic Hall, where the de
signers are framing up iu . i. ies for
osat season.
19,
S . ' ajlllL. Ill II I I Mill
Rev. E. n. Shaw of Brooklyn
Said He Was Giving
Her Advice.
Oh Ing orsinpel and advlcw to a yoisnsT
WOmatl in lroepvt 1'nrk at 8 o'clock In
the morning Is no part of a pastor's
I duty In the judgment f the office of
1 the Memorial Baptist f'hurilli. Slith
I Street and Btghth aVO., Brooklyn That
Is why the Hev g), H, Khaw Is no longer
paetor of the Memorial Church, his
resignation having been aooepted a week
ago.
It appear that sumo member of .Tu
tor Hhaw's dooli happened to be In
Pro! Pool Park Very, very late at night
a few weeks ago and came suddenly
upon It. Shaw and a young woman of
his Mock. The paator evidently did not
see his purls! loner, who proceeded to
; 'llffuse the news of hl'i adventure all
through the iiarlsh.
Male members of tbe church voiun-
tssred to aol SI detectives and they say
they trailed their pastor to prospect
Park The pastor was summoned to a
meeting of fie church (, (fleers and con
fronted wltn charges.
lie Is paid to nave admitted that he
was In PrOS peOt Pari: with the young
w.inan In the ease, hut Insisted that hll
SM eject was to give her counsel and
idvlee. He took her to the park, he
said, hecause his wife was not home,
and he could not take her to his own
house hecaure of fear of peandali
Pastor Shaw hand In his reslgns
tlon. There was a meeting of pariah-
loners un l rns resignation was retimed
by a vote nf fifty to thirty. However,
i r siotw uvtlstad on resigning and the
;,or tl offteeri gave htm a letter of
exiiier.it i in He Is how looking for
snothOf peatorute.
two zeppeliTballoons
start on long trips.
i . t , i . i ori. is. i wo fcypiim air
ships, the most reoently construotedi ar
looking long trips. The Hebwaben I,
as-ended at 1'usseldorf at 4 46 A M
to day en route for Merlin by way of
li . men and Hamburg.
1 The military dirigible Zeppelin IX.
lofi Baden-Baden it evening for
t.,.,tj hour. IrlSl 'rip through the
It dns valley and thence southward to
the frontier reislon. A military com.
mission was aboard.
For Racing Mesults and Entr ee
tee Paoe 4V.
" Circulation Books Open to
1911.
20 PAGES
ni ULUUIUL UUUI1I
Magistrate and Attendants,
With Prisoner, Hold Hearing
in Home of Miss Waugh.
PRISONER IS DEFIANT.
Girl Says the Lord Told Her
That Prisoner Is Her
Assailant.
MlM Agnes VVangb aat propped he.
tween ptllaeja In her bed to-day as a
strikingly Interested witness In one of
ths strangest court scenes ever rec
orded In thla section, and testified
that the Lord loi.l told her that Prank
Hrach was the man who attacked bar
on Ihe evening of Ort. 11 aa aha was
returning to her boms St No. 4)11
Eighty-third street, Hay nidge.
'The moment I touched his hand
whea the detectives brought him here
for' ma to see blip, ths Lord told me
that he was ths tight man." she swore.
And upon this Dlvtne Inspiration she
admitted that she hung her entire Iden
tlflcatton. 8 he swore that tha hands nt
other suspects brmtght to her no feel
lug, hut that tha moment she touched
the hand of Hrach, she felt es though
It was about, again, to choke her
Magistrate llylan had taken hie court
nttendmts snd ordered the prisoner
Conveyed to the Waugh home after It
had been shown that It would he Im
possible for the young woman to attend
the hearing In the Fifth Avenue folic
Court.
HAD TO HOLD HEARING OR LET
PRISONER GO.
The extraordinary procedure was ma le
necessary In order to hold Frank
Hrach, the young giant of nineteen
years who Is goon sad of making a
brutal attack upon Miss Waugh near
her home on the evening of Oct. 11.
After Hrach was arrested by Detec
tives (lelsler and Ilenne and Identified
by the young woman, Mnglntrate llylan
told the detectives that he had the
power only to hold the prisoner with,
out ball for forty-sight hours In ad
vance of a healing. Tbsy thought
that Miss Waugh might to-day be able
to appear as a witness against her al
leged assailant
When It became apparerrt that the
glrl'a physical condition would not per
mit her to be br.. light to tha nuurt
r -.tu, and the time limit during wtilch
tha prisoner might be held without
I nil waa about to expire, the Magis
trate ordered bis clerk and the police
man to transfer the aeat or justice
from ths Fifth avenue court to ths
home of the victim of th attack.
When th case against Hra.-h was
called to-day the prisoner waa again
In court with his attorney, Martin
Lynch. The same stolid conduct char
acterised the cout attitude of the
youth that waa eo marked upon tho
occasion of his former appearance
After tha detectives had stated to the
Magistrate that the girl would not be
abls to leave her home for ten days
the Magistrate aald:
MAGISTRATE DECIDED TO TAKE
PRISONER TO BEDSIDE.
"The DnotOf, Mr. Lynch, addressing
counsel for the defendant! says that
this girl will not he able to gel out for
ten days. Inasmuch as this Is a serious
case, and the prisoner, If Innocent,
should be t leased promptly, and If
guilty should tx punished speedily, 1
,iin perfectly wiiktig to hold oourt at
her home to-day."
The defense hsd no objection and the
detectives were ordered to take the
Ir1oner in a petrol wagon and convey
him to tha Waugh home.
Tbe news that the Court bad decided
to go to the Waugh home waa com
municated to the family by telephone.
Preparation! were made at once to re
ceive the Judicial p.irtv Miss Waugh,
decidedly letter than she had been on
snv day since her sttack, wsi the moat
Interested person in t ie mtie home.
8h expressed pleasur that ths offi
cials had shown a deslr to make rapid
work of punishing the man. For th
first time sin e her confinement IT
I 'avid IJvtngston permitted his patient
to alt up In bed. itoth bandages eerg
taken from her eves, also for the first
time, and the doctor told her that
within ten days she might leave the
house snd In a month she might return
to her work. Her physician said that
her nervous condition had rapidly g4
(Coniiauad oa SeooMj Pegej.
BRACH IS THE MAN
TEACHERS
V I. trill
All7
I EDITION. -r
ITS BAD FOR RUZZIE;
CANT GET
Jury Throws Out
(HE'S CASH
Against the Woman Who Cast
Him Off After Nine Years
of Love Making.
FIVE FOR HIM
OF THE EIGHT BALLOTS
Jurymen Declare
of Letters Put in Evidence There
Was No Promise of Marriage.
Poor old Ruzzielamb.
Dad enough to have one's tender heart strings fiddled upon for nine
long years by a well preserved Brunnhilde only to be cast aside at the
end like an old necktie, and to have to appeal to the pubik pacts aod the
courts of justice for sympathy.
But to have a jury of twelve men wrangle over Ms case afatnst
Helen Woodruff Smith for hours, only to come Into court and refuse
to give him one cent of the H5o,000 damages he had asked for to salve
the wounJs made by her alleged broken promise to marry that's
enough to make any chorus man get out of step in the sextette number
and forget his line: "Oh, girls, here comes a Prince."
WILSON LEAVES
Secretary of Agriculture Said to
Have Sent His Resig
nation to Tift
WAMHI NtSTOK, Dot. 19. Humors
wars In circulation here to-lay that
Hecratary of Agriculture Wilson had re
signed, to take effect Nov. lb or aa soon
aa the President may elect, but It was
Impossible to verify the story. Hecre
tary Wilson is enroute here from
t'hlcagn Former Itepresenratlve Scry'
of Kansas, for some years I'halp -n
nf the J.urte i 'ommlttee on AKrhf ,lun.
and AseUlant gscTStary ,.f Airrlculture
Hays were mentioned us among those
likely to succeed Mr. Wilson.
Prof 1. 11 Bailey, dean -f the nw
York Agricultural 1 '..liege and head of
as-FVoetdent Roosevelt's Country Life
1 'nm mission, wu. i.- ently reported as
under consideration for Ilia ..trice upon
the retirement of the present Sccre.
tary It tins been generally under
sto.sl In official circles that Secretsry
Wilton desired o etav In the I'ahlnet
until spring, bill 'hat lie would resign
before the next presiden t In 1 oatDftalgn,
In avoid the severe strain rhe cam
paign w.oil I Impose upon a I'ahlnet
member of his advanced vicr.
Mis friends have n.' sspsoted him
to retire before the regular session of
Congress ha tiud u 1 hence 10 dispose
of the Investigation .f his department
and settle the eOBtroverO) into which
he hui been plunged In .billing with
I r Wiley ari l the Pure Food lesWi
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Mlslrrmnii reservations sad tlcksts vis
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naecU ot'n Jt si. I night, i . o.. T , .1-4
avoDtr cf'ltrt sod nullei' rriekt. Th World
fri..! H Amis I'n'ltier W.rM) B. 11, dins,
sit I'ss has. tslsssuSI Itesusas 4000. ,
CABINET, REPORT
IN WASHINGTON
PRICE ONE CENT.
A CENT OF
His $50,000 Suit
ON FIRST
That in Hundreds
it didn't look eo ban as that far teas
sle's hopes whan Justice Hrown aV
hiurnsd Part XII. of the Supreme COtsrt
yesterday aftaxnoon, with the jury sttll
our, leaving orders for the jurors to
bring In a aealej vsrdtot whan court re
opened (Odajr, It began to look aa
though numher of the Jurymen had
really fuiiud sume Justice In HusslS'S
plea, and there were nouiy persons la
tha courtroom to-day who wera reastjr
to make small wagers-at good odds
that the verdict would favor HusxSe's
suit.
RUZZIELAMB AND BRUNNHILDB
BOTH ABSENT FROM COURT.
Neither Miss Smith nor ltuxgle seemed
tc care enough about the finding of
the Jury to 00 roe to court to-day. Ttsegr
were represent, d by the attorneys who
hsd tried tbe case and the curious OBO0
who picked the court room and Jammed
the corridor were plainly disappointed.
Whan the clerk of the court asked
that time honored Qlisetloaj "UenUe
men of the Jury have you reached a
vtrdlctry L'oreman Joseph w. Waleser
stood snd iiassci .1! .rig a folded
plec foolscap and one could hear the
r 4 crack as they strained to etatoa
.0 reading of that fateful uilseivo,
"We rind a reed! at hi fa r of uie
defendant,'' read the clerk, and bang
went Itusste's Immediate hopes of fc
creasing his Income beyond that gll
per week lie Is getti'ig with tha chorus
of a musical Mated now playing la
Philadelphia,
Aflat it was all over a number of
the Jurors told wlui hsd happened la
the Jury room.
it took eight ballots to gat a unani
mous verdict srtithil ooor "Russia-
I lamb." The tlrst ballot showed seven
I votes against him and five In hla favor.
( The Ate who s. cined to IhlliK ltuaaa
louxlit to get some monetary satlsfaotlea
for his lacerated oul and worn out
'heart Strings uie No 3 .Maurice
Uereri No, William Wilkinson; No.
s, s..i Rosenthal; s... I, Kdward J.
Broderlck, and Ha Id, Joan a. Pogei
strom. Tim general oontonUoa raised
by these gentlemen was that ' Kuisla '
had beetl led along by a woman much
older than hllnself for nine yea-s aad
tnat she had mads him a broken man
and should he made to pay for It.
JURORS HAD NO SYMPATHY FOR
EITHER PARTY TO SUIT.
According to "Si,r' Kos. nt h i none of
the Jurors hud any sympathy for either
of th principals. They i"oked at the
cusu merely from the points of law.
"I felt hat this boy, like any boy hla
age. had hern taken In tow by a mature
women, wealthy and fascinating, and
that ha could not be blum-d for It,"
said Mr. Rosenthal "It also seemed to
ms that their relatlonal.tp waa such
that a marriage promise was a vary Ilka.

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