THOUSANDS IN PANIC OVER SUBWAY FIRE
INDIANS SPRING SURPRISE, BEAT HARVARD 18 TO 15
WBAniK.H-l.lKhl ruin to-nlul.t r lunilny.
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PRICE ONE CENT.
TIGERS BEAT DARTMOUTH
SEEN ON ANY GRIDIRCN;
But for De Witt's Accidental Field Goal in Final
Quarter Great Game Would Have Ended
Without Scoring on Either Side.
Mi FINAL SCORE. PRINCETON. 3; DARTMOUTH. 0. J $
by num. ht BDOMi s.
Special to Tlie Evening World.)
PRINCETON N. J., Nov. 1 1. Princeton beat Dartmouth on
Princeton Held to-day by the most astonishing (hike ever seen on any
griUron. Bvm the Princeton rooters were full of sympathy for the
game team that had lost without being beaten. The sc re came in the
last quarter, when Ue Witt's try for a field goal sent the ball so low
that it rolleJ along the ground toward the goal posts. At the 5-yard
line it suddenly hounded straight into the air and went over the bar.
Enrcpt for this accidental SCOT
final result would have been nothing
to nothing liartmouth played , mag
nificent, snappy game all the way with
out slackening speed for an Instant. In
everything hat punting she had the tiest
of it, and In handling punt she entirely 1
nutcl&seed the Princeton harks, whose
fumbling and alow starting after catch
ing punt vu a feature of the play In
Except when, driven Into danger the
Tlfcm seemed willing to play on the
defensive, and even at lhat they often
failed to stop Llewellyn. Moray, htogsatl
and Harends. who could dhc through
the eye of a needle and keep on runnitm.
Princeton didn't how bar real strength
ua aha did against Harv ard. There wara
no Injuries Korth man tlonlng, Mid
throughout tha game the plaj wai tut
Way down in old New Jersey, In thai
far off Jungle land.
There liven a Pt Incel on Tiger who will
eat ilirht off your hand,
But Whan he Kail '" haul.- with tha
other beasts of prey
Ma frtghteni th tn almoal : daath in
this pr, MMOI wa)
Www, wow, wow-owwow, hear the
Wow, wow. wow -wow-wow! roll tig up
Wow, wow, wow-wow-wow! batter move
Winn you near tin- Tiger Sing hil jungle
Thai wa tha greeting Princeton root
era Have Dartmouth to-day, and the
Dgrtmouth rooian came back with a
Heforn tiie customary battle .Tie.
wer over Prtnceton and Dartmouth
came trotting out Ptinceton waa
Home of Prln aton'a rosulafn. Duiv
an.l Wttaantf wore oat of the linen. i,
and Pendleton i . m 'e triad out
Stain at quarter.
Vaughn hi chad off fo PrbMOtOA,
After a few punta exchanged n'tth mueh
advanlaif on eliln-r aide tdewallyn
djSappad hack and on a fake k! k aklrtad
dean around Prince on'i rltht tend and
laare.l a fiii twenty'flve wtrda before
ha aa driven out or t iuo'.i by Maker.
Dart moat h wlldlv rxclted tiled for
a eteamhoat yell. "Ah I an J WhlJtte),
loonitio mi. I HON I n K. '
tncouraied by tlil weird com-
of noiiiid . 1 1 irtniouMi began
tin' Tlirer e I ill. ttllta and
punta Prln lon'i bacha were
Ihey cuul I k'aln an Inch
end were lightning faat,
r llii" was ao lenky th it
and th- Tlgi
Kent through PhllllpO, evaded
(AKei Woil'-'ie t l-Klers In II
crowded field, ami
ilodiad tlong twenty
i.efore Pendleton got him, Ac, in,
an exohama t punta, Mora)
through i hit how nnd tuoi.
variU viiy ncitlv The end of
quarter found the iaii in mil-
Held, wltli no score.
chad. More punta, ami
for seven yards
iv nt ground i hin!an
1 1 1 i t inoiit b was pla v-
lUg I lie sulfte!
,l vnai ii eal glnd of
a gam r'ie
rii-uen euink' uie ueeue i
three yaroa I'lioui; i inr line coo oaieiv
failed, lie Witt kicked, and now hap
pened a surprising thing, Tin- light
looking, green Jerse.ve.1 boys began
punching Hie Tiger line fall of hole,
Hefore Ihey held I he 'rik-ers had been
driven back I" I"-! aid line.
Here I a it in ' i 1 1 Ii lined up In try for
I field goal 'I'll" ball roaa beautifully,
nnd while every PrlncOtOH lie.iM sloppe.l
I.eatliMC. aailisl -low v along toward tha
goal posts, ii ,t It mlaaed by a fool. A
moment Ut-r Princeton was aafe out
In mid tt I'l- Here Pendleton had his
.'ttance, and it looked like another long
in with a Mine it the end of It, but
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IN A BOX LEFT BY
; Police Find Recluse's Papers
Allotting Property Which
; Ex-Governor May Share.
UOfl ANOBUW, No,, ii a email
1 ImuiiiI tix found at Hie head of the
be I n w iden . . Udell, g i ,
aced eighty, and a relative of former
i!"v Odell ,.r New York. WJ fo,tnd
dead. g In I I today by the polio... The
hn. ii i- btllevad, contain papers Jla.
poiing or 1500,001 won i of pro party.
li win he opened by the public- ad
mlnlatrator, whan relative, f Qdoii iM
tha Kant, who w. re notified last ajg ;
or id death, n toh Log Anaalaa.
ieii i aurvlvad by two brothan
Itenjamln Odell of Paakahlll, . v ,,n,i
Ifier Odell , M'alervllle, Kan.
FOR OTHER FOOTBALL GAMES
SLE PAGE 6.
RESULTS OF FOOTBALL GAMES
Brown - -Yale
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SOUGHT ON STORY
TOLD BY WOMAN
David Rothschild Put Federal
Bank Funds in Vaults Here,
Former Wife Declares.
ONE BOX FOUND FMPTY
Prosecutor of Bank Wrecker
Says No Such Sum Was
When DtatrlOt - Attorney Whitman '0
taff hegan an Investigation to-day of
the aiory of Mrs MugOWg Hatten, that
her former hualnnd, David liotbachlld,
had "planted" In two metropolitan dis
trict banks M22,nnn of the money looted
from the Federal Hank and Uloho rJe
rurllles Company, they ran Bqtirtfoty
axalnst a snag. Isldor Kresel of Jerome,
It rid & K ies,.. who was fhe Assltant
Pltrlct-Atlorney aroaecutlng Kothschlld,
t ao, not inciineu vo iinitii voa
storv I went through the papera In
that ease from A to 'A, and aa far aa I 1
went In the investigation of that caae
there was no ouch aniount of money
A second stumbling block cam when
ft was' found" th.ifTtoflis'c'fnlil had only
left his loot In the Corn Kxchunge
aafety vaults it Soveuty-second atreet
and Columbus uvenue tor one day. Mr..
Hatten In her story aald her hunband
placed tBT.OOO in theae vaulla. Stanley
K. Walker, superintendent of the vaults,
On April II, 1U04, two men, Riving
their names as D. and L, Levy, came
here and rented a box. They said they
had an account In our Astor place
branch and did business on the Howery.
We rented them a box and they placed
tWO packages In It. They came back
next day and took the packages. They
al.so took the keys. The receiver tor the
failed Rothschild Institutions opened the
box In January, UNO, and found nothing
The assets of the ltnlhschlld companies
have been shrouded In more or less mys
tery for seven years. Rothschild died In
Sing Stng while aervlng a sentence for1
breaking the Federal Uank and the i
tllobe Securities Company. Ills wide-,
who had sold many of her rich Jewels
to pay for the last prison attentlona to
the man. married Kug.me Hatten two
years ago and went to St. Loul.s to re
side. They have been living for two '
months at the Hucklngham Annex, West
PiSO lluulcvard and Kings Highway. SI. '
TCID HER OF TWO PACKAGES
iJe.larlnj that a mental haae had de
layed her disclosure, Mis. Hatten yes
terday, In" St. Louis, (Old that her hus
band haul taken tier Into his OOnfldonOO
while dying In the prison hospital and
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Mrs. Batten, Who Says HerFonmr
Husband Hid $422,000 of Stolen Funds
WHITE VTlNGS STRIKERS
APPEAL TO MAYOR SAYNOR
Riots Renewed All Over the City
When New Drivers Start Out
to Clean Streets Under
Escort of Police.
With mobs imulting and stoning
city and w ith mili; ol ,lreets piled
t irganizer William n, rumon prutiacq .in driniMict; n .Mayor uaynor
thic iffrriiwin nniilim- ilit Mavnr
IIU auwi H'V'ii, ifivi ,V"',S v.i. i i n v 'iiiiiiuifcv
of citizens to heai Hie grievances of the striking Street Cleaning I
Athlon can! hla nrnnnanl I., Mavnr Havrinr at SI hmM I I hu
a special messenger. It ran as follows:
"Our most brilliant legal, financial
an.) legislative minds differ on Import'
ant gubjeote, UnroaoonablOni haa
been daolarad by the United States Hu-
promo Court to be an error.
"Commissioner KdvvanN saj s be AM
three gtrlko braofcara to aaoh carl ,f
73 each which is 111,35 pit day, and
thev work days, or .it leaal ma i
attempt to, wiliie nil r voteri and
sens wtio have wurhnl luitnii i: l"i j
our city for many years ara denied tha
light of day and the MIMhlna to iel
make their pal i- a little brig. iter d.ir- i
Ing the long w i"ti r.
"You say there Is no strike ami I
heartily agree aTtth vn i. but aa mual
agree that thero UJ a oegtatlon of nrork i
nolely due to an unmaaonabli ardei ol
tiie Street Cleaning Commhwlonor. 'in
behalf of the gmntoyati I ronpoctfully I
request Vmir Honor is our chief
cutive to have day co lectlono 'i i ' ad 1
by our citizens and not by Imp irted
strike breakers at enormous cost to ur
WILL DECLARE ARMISTICE IF
HE WILL AGREE.
"An armistice will lie at on e declared
and men ordered to report for work If i
auch a ooininitteg as luaaoatad
pointed, and we will clean the itreeta Inlellglbls
a f hours for 4v per carl, inste.i l of
111 36, which Is being paid lo In 1
ported eti-lkr breakers and non.Gttlgeni
Aa an adviser t,. theoa poor men
with families to support I want to ap
peal to the humane aide of Vour Konof
and ask if veil reallae that your action
haa placed many families In want
whose providers have tolled many years
(Cenuuued on gecund J'age.)
driver, and policemen all over the J
high with decomposing refuse, Strike
,i , ii
will innin1 lii nnnlnl -i I'mimitl m
ivllion I )Iosed, Jurors With
drawn and Exhibitors tt
l )enied I'rics.
IKiMl;. S i. II Hlff ience among the
managers and palroni oi tho Intama
tloiiul trl BKnoOlllon have resulted In
the el.. slug "f tie- Imerloan pavilion,
the Withdrawal of lha Aoierl.au Jurors
of a.v.ii.l-, and tie , x. lu-ion of Ameri
can aghlbltu front tun list of moss
'. clve prues.
I.ate to-day, daaptta the troubles In
volving the Ataorleon pavlllonfl Joigph
Pangell, ihe American ortlot, as
; tlaotod mboi " the J.lnal Jury of
en who will IWOrd mo prlza.
isseristluns and ticket vn
-.eon Amrrl'su sitd asi
iiljr. s .ui ir
lav SJld QlStlt. I'-V.'.t., 1 1
art sn l trsiitll-rs' I... i. Thi World
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I aaas c,. Taltiikoa Quasi S00. .
ROME SHUTS OUT
wnwicMwiAVQMnKf nAMin im ounuiAW rinr
numL.,.i,n.umunLKnm m x KUUMV rlKr
INPIIRIIP.PIACS ,MM,U ,M wuihii ......
Ill VWLIV Ul IVkVI
Declares Ordinance to Pro
hibit It Would Probably Be
Turned Down in Courts.
ONLY ONE STRING TO IT
If the Woman Disturbs Public
Peace by Smoking She
May Be Arrested.
Women may smoke In public, provid
ing their performance In rhat respe'-t
does not bring about a dlsturtmnoe of
the peace. They may smoke, even a
clay pipe a dtideen In public If they
wish, but If public peace la rufflad by
that act then the woman amoker may
he stopped by a policeman, and If aha
persists, she may be arrested.
An i .11 1 ml opinion along these lines
was rendered to-day by Corporation
Counsel Watson, who himself uaen to
bacco aparingly. Recently the Alder
men asked the Corporation Counsel to
advl.se them If women could legally
smoke tn public. Alderman Howling In
troduced the resolution seeking to pre
vent women from smoking 111 public
places. "Tf We' don't atop It now," he
said, "some of these fine days we will
he seeing women going down Hroadway
or Fifth avenue hitting up a big clay
pipe. How would that lookT"
In hla opinion the Corporation Counael
l nuer ine noimoii.i-p, to o ,,ri o
sustain an ordinance aa a proper axer-J
else of the police power, the papera. tol
be effective, must bear a real or aub
stantlal relation to the public health,
morals or Hiifety.
"The validity of an ordinance auch aa
you propose, depends upon whether tha
Court would consider gUOh a prohibition
to bear a ro.il and substantial relation to
the objects of the police power, and
whether such a provision would con
stitute an iinreasonabln discrimination
on the ground of sex. The question can
not be answered with absolute assur
ance at this time, because It Is one, per
i haps, aa to which reasonable minds
i might differ. But I may1 call your at-
ten tton to the fact that the prohibition
would attempt to control peraonal con
i duct, which Is no way encroaches upon
tho rights of others, and which many
might conalder to be not subversive of
i public order, health or morality. Par
' sonal conduct ur hahila which might ue
merely vulgar or Indelicate. In the opln
: ,l,BlaJ" ,I,B Hlty . r a prohibitive ordi-
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oaaoioa mai mm nara woum
kn.i.i.. ....km.. um..bi.. .., ...
i MlUlllllgJ pHVMV IfWfl i MJJ iJ irillCII IU
, he vlJ than vnlto.
"It is possible al.io, that auch an
ordinance might conflict with Hectlin
1 to of the Civil Itlgbta law, providing
thai all pel HinH slmll be t-ntltlfil to
ttiual Mcummudatluna, aiivatituicni,
f m ill t Icif ami pi Svilegea tn inn, raa
titurantet, hotslti &c. In caae of aiirti
oonllloi i hi ordluDM voul4 kiv way
to (tit- atutntu."
Killed in :i.iMio-r,,t r'ull.
rBRKINa, Okl.i , Nov. 11 Samuel
ttallnr, tblrtyfOUf years old, eM
killed here lust night while making
h balloon aaoenolon. Whan his bal
loon was 3,000 fet high Heller cut
loone ine pgrnchute. Tho auddan Jerk
broke the brass bur to which he was
holding Heller clung to the broken
bur until ne was one nui.ute.i feet
f i 'he ground. tie tuen lost ids
Affidavits of election expens
es were filed to-day in the
County Clerk's office by Jus
tice Francu M. Scott and Justice-elect
Henry D. Hotchkiss.
There wasn't much to the
sworn document, as both Jus
tices took solemn oath that
their election had been ob
tained without the expendi
ture of a cent.
The affidavits state that they
spent nothing directly or in
directly, "by myself or through
any other person."
WHEN LIGHTS GO OUT
AND SMOKE FILLS TUBE
Short Circuit in Express About Forty
fifth Street Stalls Crowded
Trains Along Whole Line
for Twenty Minutes.
FIREMEN AND POLICE
ADD TO EXCITEMENT.
Passengers Leave Trains and Walk
t6 Nearby Stations When
Power Is Turned Off.
Alt the trains in the subway were halted for twenty minutes at noon
to-day when the burning of the insulation on the light wires of the ninth
car in a ten-car Uronx express just us the train passed Horty-rifth street
tilled the tube with dense smoke and started a panic. The train had just
left Gfind (Jentral Station, going north, when the short-circuiting of
wires under the ninth car put out every light in the train.
LOST HIS BRIDE
AT CHURCH DOOR
Gickrell I.esster, Son of Lum
ber King, Stopped to Light
Cigarette, She Vanished.
Has any one seen a lost nlueteen-year-gtd
This Inquiry la Instituted In behalf
'of William Cockrell 1csstei , :'nd, who
'soys he lost a bride In the most care-
toog sort or way Imi Monday night.
I.esster. who Is a wealthy lumber
gjgaiar ami only
twenty-two yeara old.
I ItVM st
the Ansonla, from which resi
dence Ids plaintive pica for the return
of his bride Is sent out.
I) seems that I.esster and MPs Rettv
Kougary appeared before the i lty Clerk
Monday gftefflQon and got the last mar
ring., license Issued thai day. le bride
elect, naughty child, gave her address
as No Wil West i in,. Hundred and
SOVonty-nlnth street, which was a story,
because nob.aly by her nal r den, rip
tton Is known In that neighborhood,
Hut anyway, Later .-.vs. th) went
lii th I. .to.. Church Around the Cor
ner and were ipllrod hard an 1 f ist
into a combination Than, While a liking
w.iv from I in- church, Laaater stoppad
to light a cigarette, WSien he turned
around his oriue wa not in signt. Its j
thought for .i minute lie h.ut merely 1
( ,.rt ,.r behind at liie c:nirch, ' cughl
luggl t Ik., bill Ihej loll iii when
lessly Ike. on in) toll aim when to
Weill bu k that tile bride Had
v a n -
lahOd from their ken banging 01
ii. arm in regular bridal fashion,
I gUjsl she was spirited t.v.tv i
ruse.' -id Ueaatei to-day.
the uei thing
y b .iiinulmcil pro
l.es.t. lef i-.d to (lis ' ' MS the tangle
further. T is deserted bridegroom is
Hi., aoo at ICd ward Ueaatar, g Western
lumber king r ' betSe'g fathei la
William fougary, i notlva of Frsgoe,
and ir nother was Mlsi Qlgdyi How
ley, n Mullah woman.
w lllln a ae Dead.
. hi In Tiir Wuejl i
CHATTANCMJtlA, Tann.i Kov. it.-
WltOon Van 'e. ,f Ifgg York, died at fr
inge' Hospital lit -1 uiflii Mr. Vance,
who was s't - 'Vcu years od. wis a
writer if gOma note and had bean con
ne tl wtth various neWSpoM)ra in an
editor! capacity. He had all ai led as
New York papers, A onit Joseph
Sew York aulhjr. Is Ms .
be takan to New Y.ok for
PRICE ONE CENT
Some excited person cried "Klre!" arg
the smoke, percolating Into th care,
with Its greasy odnr, thoroughly fright
ened the paaaengera. The atatlon at
Orand Central and nearby stations wara
filled with early matinee crowda, to
whom tha panic was conveyed by
When the cry of "Fire" went ringing
through the . cars the guarda hurried
through the aisles assuring the p.itaaa
gera that n .thing more aerloua than a
short circuit had occurred and that
every nna would get out tn safety.
The guarda closed the doors of th
train and refused Ho allow any one to
leave, a woman with a baby brok
the chain of guards end Insisted upon
being allowed to leave the car Tha
baby cried end th woman demanded
her rights The current had by thto
time been ahut off In all Una of tha
subway and It was perreotly safe for
Passengers to go Into the tube.
FIREMEN STRETCH HOSE INTO
TWO SUBWAY STATIONS.
An alarm of fire waa turned In under
the Idea that a train waa burning, and
two engine companies came and
I stretched hose Into the tunnel at fit-
I tleth atret and Tlmee Hquare.
i the nremen came police reaervee
the Weat Fgrty-aeventh street elation.
Tin arrival of the flremen end police
men Increased the panic among tha
matlneegoers, who thronged th a to
il m:i platforms.
With the an.val or policemen and ahra-
men the subway employee agreed te
permit the passengera to leave th
They opened the rear doors of the
and the tlremen and policemen formed a
long line from Forty-Afth street i
Times Square and escorted the terrfflad
passengers down Ihe tracka to the Tim
Kouare station. There thev cllmbnd u
th, platforms and went Into tha ootar
I j,, ihe meantime all th other train)
on the line bad come to a dead atop b.
cause the power waa off. With the out
lung off of the power came the loa of
gers on all local and expreaa train
were left stranded In tha dark wheravar
their trains happened to get caught. In
th" n i in nearer the scene of the treu
blo passengers could smell the aawoha
of the burning Inaulatlon and many
slarmlng report became currant.
AMBULANCES CALLED BY PAN-
i 1 i T hick EN CROWDS IN STREET
Tho g tarda had Uttla trouble In gats
ting tha passengera to maintain order,
m i i ,re were no Injurle. Th pacta
in t'ie Immediate neighborhood of the
j accident, however, waa great. It ei
i. nde I to tne streets, where amllad pr
1 a us called not only tha ogssa aad,
emeu but sent ambulance oalia to
. in .s pita Is for ambulancM to i
aw. iv i 1000 overcome by amok.
Cue tliemen turned a line of
i i- nrulng Insulation when the
seiigera iiad been takan front gho egga,'
T i .. was iittl us for ok ggaggsyj
i isc the Are waa out when tha
power was taken oil, and the wnaaa
had onl, tho work of putting out the)
suio nderiug insulation.
'V luring th half hour of Immediate
ur ox ini
led up In aatonlshl
crowd of holiday
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