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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, OCTOBER If, 1911.
! tblbC. f ut err-en ' alher s'ir.ered
ni Ghat no: ona of Id ma: v Inter. i i.l
H court mentioned m in .... ' ':" '
1 ees tM 01 (i "
After lh :i ! '. ,:. - : i. n M
lilt il'l I I HH ( ' 'I 'XIH 'I " ',- i
Tii aa . . lull . ' liiinl
9 tO t T"l fimrl'l . : l I 111 Ml
lot. cll p'r ' lien I .. "I"-
Md fftund Hasentivi, ami Juro." No. 1
Ion Main', the
On thl levsntsS iiaiini Rosslthil wtnl
over, leaving Iftei i
half hour's mi . . .
won over and lla tig H ballot fettlM
WHY JUROR STI':?CR HELD OUT
fOR EIGHT BALLOTS
"I f'lt that the i i i 1 1 i.i-l
Orlawnld out of k 0 I tOti In 111
bank and pn.lr.l : ll I I I Iff III I
that aha ahmil.l i tnadi to pi fur It,
said merer "Bui ihaj Mull Ihoaratl
ma that "a-hpn lir laft th nnl In
not. Moordlm la hi liatlmonv,
there had been SO .rnmle Of marriage, I
and therefore ha left, nol t.. Improve
hit rondlllon. tut g h-rom- a haniter
on In Statu f0f4
Hia Juror who were against Itnxxla- :
Iamb from tha It rat h.iilot were also ftr:n
In their dcrinrmlnn that It aa not
because of the nature of th rasa, t,ul
tha wel,."M of avldanca.
Wo were tint preJJ ll-ad against Oft.
wold Tiecause ha t s rm'.ng a woman for
breach of nrnnle." said Juror John C
Gardiner "Wl all fall thai there wa
no dltTeren' hatwan a woman' pial
tlon att'l MM' I iindar ittdl drown.
atanee We would hnve given Oftt
wold vaiNltt; In a minute If e mm
1 ,r t). , roavl rerl tliat Ilia ITOCifUi
raally promised 10 marry him. But nn
where In all n.a latter wa thre n
alnK'.a Intimation 1 hat h meant ta
marry hi -i and wa f .1 tliat If than h l
baan a promts- ni marrlag aom ratar-
anra to it mum hiYi orafM Inta that
volurnin.' oorrsipo lanoa."
Attonit y BtHaund L, Mooney, a ho rep
raaantad Mtaa Smith, aald ha ws de
lighted with Ilia verdict.
"I faal that wa wara taking a long
chain ' in not putting Miss Xmlth on tha
tand. lia "but our fttdgHttM ha a
baan vlndl. atad."
Runla la ar In Philadelphia. It H
tiot known whether lie will 1 alile to
tall In t Hat nmnliar to.
tiiM or not
Mrs. Coates, In Court, Sees
Girls Set Free Man Is
lira Julia B. Coatea and liar daugti-
;ar. who live at No. Zt7 Wait Klrhty
ninth .-trie', wara In tha Harlem
.'our! thta morning to tenttfy In
he .-use of two young womon and
man who went toy riding In Mra.
Ooatraa automobile laat night with bar
chauffur, Harry Oerdlna, and emajhed
Up tho uiaohlnn and hurt tbemaelvea.
The ohaAiffaur, wJmi ran away When the
machine bumped into a plla of building
material at Broadway and One Hundred
and Forty-third etreet early tn-dy, ta
telng hunted by tha poltoe. Ha lived.
ilra Coatea aald. In Thlrty-aeventh
atreet, naar Eighth avenue.
Mra. Coatee and her .laughter wara
angry rlaar throuirli. They told Mag
lairate Houaa that It would coat at lea at
MM to put ttta machine In oommlaaton
Mr. CoaAea keepe bar automoblla at
tha Allanhurat garage. No. UT Wait
Tblriy- .anth atreaL tiardlna, tha
chautfaur, took It out laat nlg.u and,
with Blaaehe Belknap, twenty-one. who
aaya alia Uvea In Ketituoky and la v .alt .
lng at No. 2U Welt T:.lrty-lghl !, atreet;
Vara Farguaon, alghtaen, dreawmaker,
of No. etK Weat Twanry-nlnth atree.
and Hairy Clotwortby. t wenty-aeven, a
1'ackard dotnunatrator, atarted gut tor a
The party drove up t nrough the Hroni
aial duwn along UM Uoulcvard, finally
Mrnlng Into Uroadway aliortly ufttr
mldnlfht. After the craah tlio police
ware told that Chauffeur Uerdtne le
olared ha turned Into the building ma
terial t avoid a taxlrab boand uptown,
lut tlM police ouuid laat no ir. . or any
ia at having paaaad that way.
Mlaa Uelknap, who waa aitUng In the
front aeat, waa thrown aa-aluat the wind
hleld and her haivd cul. Mlaa Fergu-
eon waa thrown forward from tho ton
neau again et the front aeat and at
tained a apraiaed wrriat. Clotworthy
alao waa bumped Into Uie front aeat and
loat two front tealh and lili llpa ware
cut and brulaod.
Folloainen Cuugan and Gundert of tha
Weat One Hundred and Twenty-fifth
atreet atatlon readied th arena a few
mlnutee after the crah Whan they
learned that the automobile had been
taken out wllliout pennlawon of the
owner thoy arreated Clotwurthy and the
two . and began a aenrch fur the
mlialng chauffeur. An additional t harge
'of Intoxication wa made atialnat Clul
worthy. L4UREL WINNERS.
niU'T HACK- P.H-. '"' tuo-w-K!-elds:
five furlongs F.xcall',ai, 113 (Hop
iilnsV s to 1. 3 to 1 sr.d k to 5, first hv a
head: O'ft. Ill (Peak), II la 6. S to F. and
a ta (. second. Tl. k lack. Ill (Uolu
M"tn. II to . I to ' and 3 to b, third.
Time, 1.0I2-i. Orgc Mr., Doaald H.
Indwoud, HUck Hilk. BosUu. Hr.t Aid
BE !OND R V' It P iris It"", two-year,
old: five and a naif lurlongs. Effl-
'enry, M (HspSUna), to J. to I
4 to I. first by a length. Nello. M lAn
iirass, to 1. I to 1 mid I to 1, second:
CagaalUa. h 1 Hell i, 6 to l. 2 io l und
,en, third. Time, 1 W. Alio ran Motile
ICearney, Hat.ue, NgUgtrt Busr, Auto
Tlllitl) RACE--Pur 10". two.year-
HER AUTO DAMAGED
$500 IN JOY RIDE
OF HER CHAUFFEUR
oids. six fUrtaagS. Pliant, nl lObert),
I to 1 and rvrii. won uy u le:igth: Affii
hla. I'll I Forehand I. 9 lo 1, 7 to 10 und
I lo aecond. CI IU ' "hit f. 103 id.vrdon),
x to I. even snl 1 ta I, third Time
I II Duval, Octiri Court mil Mareh
aad Sinn t;an
PHH'KTII RACK Purel MM; handicap,
three-year-old and upward; out mile
and M-algteentlu Sticker, lit ll'sali),
13 to Z. even and 1 lu t, aron by lutif a
length: lohn Rwgrdi i. 10v (Qbert), 3 io I,
II to & and 3 to 3, ll on ll Bpellli iun 1. 107
rchandi. i to f. I lo B and 1 to 4.
triJjrO. Time 1 1-5. Mil Jonah and
Helena also an.
HANKOW CUT OFF
VICTORS IN BATTLE
Wires in Besieged City Cul
c lut, bul Peking i Icars of
(.( VERNM&NT IS SILENT.
Riilnro to Dcnv Defeat Taken
is Ominous Sign More
Tr-KiN. China. Ort. I.-An nftVlal
annoinraTtient early to-day that tele
graphic rnrninunleatlon with Hankow
had leen Intorrupted Mncw unaet laat
night, cauaed rnmrntiitlon I hrmnthout
the rapltal. It.iin.ira of leverae to tha
lmerll tronpa apraad rapidly. lthniiah
no daflnlla fa, ta to aupport tliem ware I
I available Mm h elgnlflcanra wag at
tached to tha fnrt that tha (lovarnmani
haa refrained from iaeiilng any official
announ'-emant of victory in yeaterday'a
encaaamant with the rvbela
(lovemmant official conilnti to pro
feae tha utmoat opilmlam. Thay dec lare
that tha acvemnre of telattraphlc com
rnunl. atl'on of alghtaen lionra over a line
tbf in' aa long. I no ground for ai'PTe
lienalim. Thay Inalat that tha 21.000
tronpa and aeventy guna wiilch have left
Fekln for Hank.'W, and moat of which
are now an route, ehould ha euflb lent
to ewamp any revolutionary atta-k
kom of tha namora current to-day, liow
aver, rttnt at 41aReetlon In iha army.
sua Mill A I. China, Oc. 1 "It
crowded ateamar artlved here from
Hankow to-day. carrying! refuitee. The
ateamar Ilelgravla wa orvupleil ea.'lu
alvclv hy foreigner iteaaengera, who
were given free accommodation at the
direction of the conaule In llankiw. Tha
refugee declare thud Ilia whole
Yanrt Valley, from Hankow to
Shanghai, la In tha handa of iha reb
el, with th poaalble exception of one
or two of tha larger rltlaa to which
Provincial official have retlrod with
their available troop. It Ma been In-
alatently atatad hare that Klu Klang.
10 mile below Hankow. I under revo
lutionary control. Thta ta denied, how
ever, by f deign onVnel and by the
representative of the Chtneee ouitom
Account of tha rarohitloraary aittack
on Wu Chang ara given by the rafugeea
to-da,y, who alao told of tin- maeearra
of tha Majjchue In that olty. In the
glaug-htar neither age nor acz waa re
garded, and R la doubtful, tha rafn aaaa
eay, whikher a alngle rapreeentativa of
tha Manohu raoa ya left aUva there.
MmMar (laughter of tha Manohu fol
lowed In Hankow and Han Yang when
thoae cltle fall.
Arrlvala from Hankow report that !nn
Manchua ware nrraaaacred. To malta
ure of the Identity of their victim the
rabele took advantage nf the alight dlf
faraaoa In tha Chlnene and Manchu pro
nunciation. Whan a auapeot waa taken
he wa ordered to count, and the cru
cial teat wa hi pronunciation of the
n imeiral t. whinh In Chlneia la lluahlllu.
The wharf here ara crowded with
persona awaiting dally the arrival of
learner and anxlou a to th fate of
frlen.li In th disturbed district. Th
Viceroy of Nanking telegraph to the I
Hhanghal Taotal that (ha former city la
as quiet as usual
AH telegrams from ths Interior are
cenanrsd and consequently there ar
conflicting reports aa to th result nf
the battle of Hankow yesterday Tele
gram to Pklng pa through tho
hand of the Imperlallati erhlie mea-
aage for Shanghai are nt by way of
Kluklang, which I In th hand of rebel
The Kl.aniinan anenal ricr here I
closely guarded by 1,000 troops, hut a
rising Id this city Is not expected.
TEACHERS TO GET
(Continued from Flrt Page )
addle of Dock Commiialonr Tom
kins at the Deeper Waterways Conven
tion at Hlrhmond yesterday. It waa a
great credit to this city.
'And all the heads of departments
are capable of tnklna the same osrt
In elmllar national gatherings, and d
ao habitually. They are lifting this
city up In the estimation of the na
tion, while others for personal, aelflsu
un.1 aolltleaj reasons are trying to pull
It down sn 1 degl'Ude It "
A MEETING OF THANKeGIVINO
ANO LATER A CELEBRATION.
Ml.. Hi a. M StriflHII. Dtltrlct Cupar
lntndaal of School and cl.let promoter
0 the imm inent which lias culminated
lu Ihe app.oval of Die i-u.iaj 1'ay bill
by ktayoi c.aynor, asilad at the Oil
Hail this afternoon to thank the MaMu
for (ignlng Ihe measui.-
"We knew he waa going to sigh II.''
hi said, "for ho Is that kind of u man
T! a SgMUtlVI committee of the Inter-"
borougtl Association of Women Tea. h
in vv.h visit th Hall on M mday to gg.
prSSI 1. Iha Mayor the upiTeclatlon of
Um RMnbsn of lint organlaaUon. Vf
want to he phOtoffraPhi I th hini and
to git the pen with which the bill wua
apruoved hi hlni
"U ne k.'Iiik to hold a meeting n.
t.ir sistropoUtag Ufi umi.iitu to mgc
Ihe (iovcruor to Un toe bill," ssbl Miss
tr nun, "lut now It will he s or: of
thank living. Luter w cupect to have
a celebiatlon In Caineg a Hall."
SAME PAY AS MEN
How The Evening World Fought
For Greater Coney Island Park
I TUB gVlWIWQ WOatLP, WIDWIgPAT, MAT J
Noted Advocates Urge the Evening World jK
Plan jot Seaside PJjgtkx
ADDED TO CITY'S
FREE jEAGH PARK
(Continued from First Paga)
nrd aandv beach, and experience 1n tha
"I.l park h.ie shown that tho people In
the summer! in i . the aeashora care
more for (h bMoh than for the shade
of tree n I greasy park.
Tha committee which completed tha
plans for the purchase of seven acres of
the Dreamland site, ronalailng of Comp
troller lrsndergaat, President Mltchel of
the Board of Aldermen and President
Stesra of Brooklyn, will continue to
work on the general Idea of the extended
park outlined above. To complete the
park addition from West Fifth street
to Weit Tenth street it will be nscea
arv to acquire 7.C additional acre.
ONLY TWO PLOT8 MORE RE
MAIN TO B.I ACQUIRED.
Of this land 6.11 acres are owned by
th Prospect Park al Coney Island Ball
road, and 1.11 acres I owned by Mr.
Catherine Ualmer. The Balmer bath
hou l located on thl alta. The two
plots mentioned can be acquired, It II
estimated, for about 1130,000. This would
make tha total cost of 11.13 acres about
Th plan Include xtnslve enlarge
menta of the municipal bath and the
construction, perhaps, of a municipal j
pier. The city 1 to take title only to
the water front property. A atrip 200
feet deep along the aouth aide of Surf
avenue la to be left for bualnasa pur
poa, but atrseta ara to be cut
througb, o that access to the beach
will lie easy anywhere on the lland
cast of Wt Tenth atreet.
Nor doe the plan atop with a park on
Cony Island's beach proper. The
urigmon n. n etesnng " , " "
offered the city for K.SBO.ooo ninety act e
of land at Brighton, Including tne race'g,.,,, of nand Mood aullenly with the
traok, the hotel, tne parkway hathi an.1 detective, In full view of the patient,
other bulldlnsa. For various reaons ; HI fac had no expression. He looked
thl offer waa not serlouily conildered,
but the committee I keen to get hold
of the Brighton beich front for the city.
Thl oould be done by the purchase
of the land lying between the ocean
front and the railroad track. Tho com
mittee will enter into negotiation with
Ihe race track people, looking to the ac
quirement of thl beach Should tho deal
go through, th city wtll control the
beax-h front all tha way from the Man
hattan Beach bulkhead west to West
The Dreamland and Ttockaway Kara
propositions were put through the Board
or Estimate In quick time to-day. Mayor
Oavnor did not attend the meeting. Mr.
Mltchel presided and Alderman Francis
P. Bent wua In attendance aa Acting
President of the Board of Aldermen.
PRESIDENT MILLER ONLY OP
PONENT OF PLAN.
The only official protest against the
acquirement of tha Dreamland
wa voiced by Cyru Millar. Borough
Prsldent of the Bronx. He aald tho
city own twenty cre or more under
wii'cr off the foot of the Boulevard,
which could be reclaimed for a fraction
of the coet Involved In the Dreajnliud
"Th taxpayer re growling." laid
1 President Miller.
1 Dr. Abraham Korn
United Hr rotate Dwners' Aaeoctatlon,
rnrrob.irato.1 Mr. Miller anj attacked
the protect vlgoroualy It said the tax
payer are beginning to deapalr aml the
dtv la an the nre nf bankruptcy.
' Your information on that point la
wrong." vmt lu Comptroller l'i ondergast.
" The City of New York hus very large
aset True, It I carrying tremendous
burdens and obligation, tout It I doing
All the member voted foi tha pur
chase of t a Dreamland tract except Mr
Miller. Than Ihe Kockaway I '.irk pur
cnaae ITU authorlred by the aatne
Maurice Connolly, tha recently elected
Borourh PrSSidatlt of tjueens. who hud
:.oen PI POrtSd as opposed to the Hocke
tvav park project, said that Ills espo-
Ulon had lieii based aoieiy upon the
present inaccessibility of the tract, lie
has found '.hat the B It. T Intends to
build nn extension of It lino to Uocku
wny Park and that a ferry service will
ii Mtdblljhsd batwsen bhiipihaad May
and 0Mt4Tgg and Itockawuy Point,
vvhlc i would open up the new Improve
ment to the pis. pie or Bpooklyii.
Tha Rocks Wgy I'aik tract will be Im
proved only ground Iha en i itartum. Th..
beach w"' be ,ert In it natural slate,
hut win be wall esred fir. Un.'otibtidly
th niunlolpatity win aiMlrtici an up-
to-date batlihouie a'ong th libs uf
th bjlldiiik a; Coney Island.
S -.si VXr HUW- . i
1 1 U.1 111V T
GIRL TELLS JUDGE
AT BEDSIDE COURT
fContlnuad from Flrat Paga)
proved from tha vary moment af tha
GIRL PROPPED UP CN PILLOWS
FACED THE PRISONER.
It was a It rage procession that
mar. had Into the little home. Magis
trate' Hylan. erltli Cant. Ooughlln and
Detective Oalaler, arrived by trollej
P.rurh, the prteoner. handcuffed to De
tective Dwyer. came In a patrol wagon.
Thomas lily th, th Maglatrata'a stenog
rapher, hurried along to take the testi
mony. As the prisoner waited In the patrol
wagon for tha rest of the court party
to arrive he smoked a cigarette. Ha i
bad changed hi blue shirt for a whit
una . nsugeo: ru oiue smri mr m. wim. .
one, and a necktie had been added a
an tinuaual attribute to Ma attire.
Martin Lynch, hi attorney, arrived
with the officials and the entire party
waa ushered Into a little hack room.
There, tn the plainly furnished apart
ment. Mlaa Waugh was propped up
among pillows. A window to the left
waa opened and the light streamed nvr
tin unusual picture. Dr. Livingstone
fM a Mrs. Maker ware In tho room.
The Magistrate atood by the bad and
Ilrach. tall, enormoua of breadth and
blankly at the girl and at the offlolnl.
"Do you remember tho night of Octo
ber 11?" aake.l the Magistrate.
Tha girl replied, In a olear tons:
"I came home 'hat night by theele
vated train. I left tha train at Third
avenue and sixtv-flfth atreet and
changed to a trolley car. I looked at
a clock In a aaloon a I pasaed the
corner wher I changed and saw that
It wa twenty minutes to 7 o'clock. I
allowed five minute more to get to
Elghty-thtrd trt and Fifth avenue" i
"Do you remember anything fur
ther? "I remember getting off of the car
an.) going toward home. I had only .
walked a few paces whan lorn on j
struck me. I remembered being dragged
Inta the lot and being choked.
LORD TOLD HER THAT PRIS
ONER WAS THE ASSAILANT.
"How dM you make thl identifies-
tlon 7 asaed tne Magietrai.
"The Lord haa told me that this Is tha
man." ah. renllad. "On the nlvht hst
i h -hnke,. n,, T srahh.vl hi. Ivan.l I
remember that It gave me a shiver."
"What else happened to you that
"I don't remember anything elie."
"Have you ever seen this delendsnt
fefjWCJtet kHltMsntWirtf XWMV
intuit a juucaiu a n jtn wMwmrm
A uvt woodtrfill tTBK Klin ItllEl'MATIHM
LIHR viio. iji atii uoirr,
Br.r.MA, hriiM. ana iiua
VCL uapuslt. aad
.11 t'RlC ACID uowiil.lnl..
Tin. renir.1. 1. a tnalr n ..i rliaoier. a rooit I
nesrrfiil tlrlr Ail aol'.nt aad aoidi' at.
Amsiuislr l.nlit In It. .rtlan. u.u.lb core, aiuauu
l.r cm lu two a. v.. and w.rer lorm. tu a ur-t-iK.rlloii.talj
rtort tin;.. I'swu as ell a.
etirr. Piuduce. no 111 affsrt.. Tlua not upatt '
th. .i.io. I. Kitraau dIHlos not ur.wa.nr.
KUt BHEV" ta pulrll K.t.bl.
fi. in e .ii t'lf I'lant found in Afn
ksown to tn ei.lllsad wnrld until
iS.i.tw. an .ftr.i-t
nra. ana us- ,
I It II 1- gl.Olt TKM IHSTTI K, PUgTCAlD. ,
THE FOE-RHEU COMPANY i
to Cortlandt St. New York City !
Fur a U.niu-.i Urn &r nn '"i: u( a n un
bcr of tear deilrable roll ontla ami "M iHr of
Makra rtUlurd Umm Out ot
Till! t (he Ml Wlv((jWlrin4B (Lit
ra-talua Its original Unitty for ftn.
Dura it ftfit nr paal The lrvda
marl. Ii onr prittM'tlt.u. Iut Ut
tl.tattrl wHli mi it r. My
sn f t IM r-L .wi' a) This Unk
gtafUtoltf -J- to fiOc i-tr rurd.
EAST a. TH STREET
nrar Mb JL W Al.. N. V. Cits
fax winuom riiAME iiwaE.
BRA H I
before he was brought bars for Identification?"
"No. air "
Hare Mr. Lynch took a hand In the
examination. He asked:
"Do you know that this I a vary
lertou crime you are charging thl de
fendant with, and I It Jut because the
IiOrd haa told you that you Identify him
a your assailant? I there no other
"Wham did th Lord flrat tell you that
ha was tha man?"
"He told ma when I first touched hi
hand. Whan I touched hla hand It made
me ahlver. Whan they brought other
men hare I touched their handa alao.
but It was tha same aa touching th
hand of my father or mother. But
whan I touched hla hand I was postlva.
Tha Lord told ma"
"Look at th defendant's handa now,"
aald tha Magiatrate. "Do you recognise
the defendant handa now?"
"About thl ring on his hand. Do
you remember his having a ring irhau
ne cnoaeu you r
"No, 1 do not remember any ring."
wnen you say tne uora told you
that thia wa the man. that 1 the
time vou recosnlzed Mm?'
"Ye, whan I touched hi hand, i
,nij .w- j-... u .. "
"'i .. . -eii.ii uwr came to
th house that he waa a man about d-i
teet tall a man answering the deacrlp
tlon of thle man. When I touched his
.hand It felt a though ha waa going to
nana It ten a tr
choke me again.'
Did yo'j see hi face?"
"I could not as hla facs baraui he
had my head down."
"Did he have on a cap?"
"Yea. ha had on a cap."
The examination ended and Dr. Llv
Ingitone testified aa to the extent and
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The si'eclfia.l igl)t In aaeh
Millionaire Liebmann Among
List Chosen in the Carnegie
Trust Company Case.
Shortly before 1 o'clock to-day tha
Jury which 1 to try William J. Cum
mlnga. recently Chairman of the Eaecu
tlva Committee of tha defunct Camagte
Truat Company, on an Indlctmaat
charging larceny of $110,000 waa com
pleted with the acceptance of Oeorga B.
Marl:, a wagon maker, of No. M0 ."at
Jurir Mark atlafled Dlatrlct-AttOT-ney
Whitman and Max D. Bteuar. aad
whan the latter turned to bis client for
Ihe ctitomr" nod, fSimmln. probably
etlried with the Hire days eriort 10
btln a J'lrv, moved Ms need wearily
to Indicate III ac, eptance.
Supreme Court Justice Davis warned
the Jurors not t discuss the case and
not 16 talk about It among themselves.
Ths other three Jurors lected during
th morning to fill th aeat of tlire
summarily excused for buslnas rea
sons by .lutllce luls were Henry le
L,lebman, a millionaire Brooklyn brewer,
who live at No. 170 West Elghty-.-ixth
etreet; Lawrence Ottlnger. a lumbar
dealer of No. il West Heventy-flf th
street, and Kloyd P. Neely, a diamond
dealer of No. 11 Livingstone place.
"Mgst crimes are simple" ssl.l Mr
Whitman, opening flea case. i nis one
(s not complicated. No element of
genius, btllUnnce or Aiian-inl ability ll
found hare. (I'd Just plain, .rude steal
ing. This man knew wiiere the money
w'e and Just tole It, that's all.
"Cummins'., operations were not dif
ferent from the work or the dayltght
pickpocket or the nildnlkht thief."
BradlSV Martin Jr.. president of f.ia
Nineteenth-Ward Bank anil vlce-iresi-dent
of the Van Nortlen Trust om-
pany In May. nu", w- "
nesK callM. Ha waa examu ll
aistant Dlslt let-Attorney MOSS,
wr f,,s nroducsd the four CBI
aggregating llio.uoo, the amount paid
by tha NlneteejiJhWjxl Bankto the
nature of the girl's Injuries During
rt I hearing Mr. W.i.kh. Mi lOtodri
Waush. the fourteen-year-old sister o.
the injured girl, sat In the dining-room.
When U was OTT Wttrl party re
turned to the Fifth avenue police court
for further teitlmony. ,,
.Mincnir.f AGAINST BRACH
GOES TO THE GRAND JU3Y.
iivi.n after the rctjrn
to the ritt'i
Avenue Police Court were very br er
Attorney Lynch had nine wl tne.
..cnt 'for th. defen.. but decided
Sot to Introduce any of them, lie
waived examination o a. tc let the
r.dence go directly to the Orand Jury,
ZTZm that he would a.k for ball
tor hi cuem "' rnmiet.
,tl! he able to prove a complete
i " " . .
alibi" he sia arter um ....
i...e.ieilon as made by the gin
rot hold ta any court and we are tl
tied with the rault of tha day's worn.
The O-and Jury Is expected tc return
two indictments against Brach to-morrow
charging him wlta attacks upon
Mlaa Waugh and Ml Alma Sopsno.
who waa roughly handled-on the night
of Vug. 2". Brach la already undo.- n
bond Of 1,WU to appeal ii tmm
Broad was and lOild It.
1'2s,i, hi. end Tib v.
4 IN Vullnn at., eer. lt.nl.
HrnMts.. 1 111 -1 XI . end llroa.l e.
OF BANKER BEGINS
, J lfltlth If, and BrnedwsT. 1 TIMIi M. and Bmnilwav
' ) 1018 Braadwar. near llHtb HI.
' I nil ua V-i..l.i. a . i I- i . . aa
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I Trade Mark. I
Special for Friday, Ihe 20ih
GIII.DK N MOLANHE8
VOl NI) BOX
si-.j iAi. AsauH rtn
f'HOt OI.AI r.H fin kind.
of IO BROADWAY
5 5Z.NAS?AU T.
instant lnclud tha container
Tarnekla Truat Company which Cum
mlna la acuaad of atcallng. Mr. Mar
tin aald tha checks had baan made at
Ml direction. The checks re algned
"Nlnatstnth Ward Mank. by Charlea
f-' Fa.lni.n eaaleten. ,. ftrd
'Herbert Hatfield, chief bookkeeper."
They wata endorsed by It. t Smith,
vlre-irasldent of tha Carnegie Truat
company, and marked 'For Dapoalt,
William J, Cummlna." Tha laat en
dorsement waa In Cummins' hand
writing, Tha Cierks wara placed In
AMBASSADOR BACON LOSES
SUMMER HOME BY FIRE.
His Beautiful Country Home at
Wtfstbury, L. I, Reduced to a
Mound of Embers.
Tit beautiful country homo of Rifasrt
Bacon, American Ambassador to Franca,
at Westbury. I I was destroyed y
fire early to-day. A few piece of fur
niture was all that was vad. Tha
building was reduoed ta a mound of
On of th aervants discovered tha
bias In the aouth front end of th
rllla about i o'clock. A heavy ram was
falling at .the time, but the downpour
failed to check the spread of flam. An
alarm waa telephoned to the W eat bury
and Mlneola fire dapartoiente, but by
the time the apparatua had arrived the
mtln building was enveloped 1n fire.
T)le flr,m,n wre helpless to check the
advance of the blaie.
All the valuable book, curios and
papers of Ambaeaador Kncon were lost.
Bo swift was tha rush of fire through
the house that the servants were unable
to save any of their personal belongings
and few had opportunity to dress. The
house waa built four year ago. and
wae regarded as one of tho finest eum
mer homes on LtiK Ialand. New of
the loas waa cabled to Ambassador
Bacon hy one of Lis aons.
The fire originate 1 In the room Of
one of tha ervan:s on the third Mo t.
It Is believed to have been started by
the croar'.ng of electric light wire toll
were not properly ins'tlnted.
The loss Is estimated as more thsn
IHOO.OOO. Tha villa stool 00 thl s . li
mit of one of the Whcatly illlls i n',
commanded a splendid vigw of both
ocean and tha Sound Mrs. Bacofl and
her children left the villa laat nlKht
for Manhattan, having planned to sal!
for France thl .. .ruing.
Im Only onm
ffbaaf fas srseM Oree
Oaaaa a gM ta On Day.
ay a maeasbar the fob aaaw txiek
ikla algnatare ea every boa He.
Cat at ciWlao ud nr.lir. Ther sbnal
hMh---inncaavr. I nr
Puidy swjelsbls. A.
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lick Bjajgasl aal lailaalin, a. BaEkau kaow.
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SKIN TROUBLE TOOK
HAIR OFF HER HEAD
Doctored and Used Sevtsl Reme
dies. Grew Worse Instead of Bet
ter. Husband Had Salt Rheum 23
Years. Both Happy Over Cures
through Cuticura Treatment.
"t have suffered from birth with ftj
Ireuble, and doctored with tour of Iha bstt
doctor that sould be found, without aay
lasting effect. Thai
I ud rral kind
of patent ran
only growing wsi
inattad oi bett
r ualna I
; them a
lout time I waa as
bad that It took th
hair off m head,
and even my era
brow too, aad
made my are e
bad that I was
kept rn a dark room for evarl week.
out ot my rieau ror
long time. yVhan
came to see me. she told me tn i
sum of the Cut inn a Keinedlea, and .he knew
(hay would cure the, an I got ome package
of Cuticura Ointment and Resolvent and used
them and waa cured. Thl wa about two
vaara ago. and I have never had a touch of
It .Inc. This la a miracle for my father'
family waa always addicted to this trouble, a
" Alao my huahand had hid aalt rhsnm far
twent .three years, and after I had inch a
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flaah waa covered with (tuff like hah irales,
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In his hilr so had he had to keep his hair
rut close to hii head. It grew down on
It Is (see, but we are now both cured of these
terrible diseases, and are both happy oV
our cures throuvh tha use of the Cuticura
treatment (,-ittied) Mrs Laurence Butler,
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