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baakcd In a rolln line of i in Hist I hr1 from the Oraml Central Station : to Orend street Many of the passengers Insisted upon sTttln- out of the trains and proceeding to the centre of the lty by trolley and elevated lines, others decided to wait tltWJl the mix-tip wa untancled. In tho tram the order waa Keneially An etpericnced flroman wlm went to too at the altuatlnn auld he never hi woman and children behave with better tense or more rant I on ll0n did th Imprisoned paaaenifrra In th long i:e of ear. "v"hn the ! finally started the train ware all off their schedules, tt took two hour to net thant back to fltiadule tint. I'assengcrs in the train tliat ranaed the troubla said the Uahts scant out some momenta be fori the train sets (topped slid llesy could smell the hrn narnlrej Insulation uhlle 11 train was oee.lln alone In the .in.. STOLEN $422,000 TOLD BY WOMAN (Continued Krom First rues toef her how he had deposited a j a k- containing I2J7.0UO in the Corn Kx diange lately deposit vaulta at Haven-ty-serond street and Coliimhua avenue and one containing tlaS.OOu in a safety deposit vault In Jersey City, the exact location of hi h she annot recall, (lbs aaya he used th name of Iiavld Lgvy In one Instance and of Louis i..-v y in the other. It fcecame known after Ilotshrh'.ld arrest that a sum In excess of 1270,000 bad dtsapepared from the Federal Hank, than at No. WO ltroadway. Uui not a word did he ever say about evha' be came of It. from the time of his on v lo tion. May M, IMt. until his death In 81ns Sing. Nov. Ill, 1M, although State officials repeatedly tried to induce him to five up the ae. ret. Mrs. Rotthohlld-Unttsn, before the crajfe, had been Interested In the affairs of the Globe Securities Company at No iso Nassau street a aubaldary concern at her husband. She aaJd In her etate meat In St. Louis that aha was making "a clean breast" of everything, not for any personal gain that might coma to bar but for "rest after the awful years pf suffering I havs been through." According to her story, Just bsfora ths federal Bank was cloaed by the Hank Commissioner, on April 11, IBM. her hus band took 100,000 from th vaulta, wrapped It up and brought It to tbelr apartments In the Ansonta Hotel ONE OFFICII. OF BANK KNEW HIDING PLACES. Subsequently, sh said, he wrapped the money Into two bundles, took It away and. aa h later told her, deposited It In the placea already stated. At least one of ths than officers tn the bank, she KM. waa aware of the transaction, and aba aaya ah has reason to bellev that th money deposited In the Columbua avenue vaulta may have been removed to the vault In Jrraey City. The records of th ssfsty deposit company must show the transaction), ah declares, and f th money has not mean while been removed It will be found a Indicated by her. disclosed what his first alsps will he to llf h locate the plunder, but he said hs would Instltuis a searching Investigation In bop th money may be found and turned over to th depositors of the racked bank or their hairs wOOTINQ ESTATES PART OF HIS OPERATIONS. Bathechlld's gtt-rtch-qulck operations included th looting of stats and tba wholesale robbery of depositors. In dicted with Mm on a charge of con p. racy to loot the Walssll eatate war Armliage Matthews, one time secretary f th Republican County Committee: John W. Woolen, a lawyer, and rtamual I. Ferguson. Woolen waa pardoned from Sing tMng by Uov. Hughe 1n INT. Matthews committed suicide on th day be was to have been tried. Rothschild, on conviction, was sen tenced to serve nlno yeare. POLICEMAN KILLS HIMSELF IN CLEANING A REVOLVER. Policeman Thomas V. Rommervllle 3f th Rut Twenty-second slrort station, accidentally shot mid killed himself this afternoon In his home at No. 617 Slxly- rlxth street. Day itldge. Soiumervllle hsd Just finished dinner with 111 nieces. Urn aliases I loo and Marie Karrell.- who keep house fur him. While the two young women were In an adjoining room he got out his revolver and atarlrd to clean it. 8iBV danly there waa n report and Miss Roe Karrell found her uncle unconscious on th floor Ho died before the arrival of an ambulance He was fifty-three years Ud and bad been nineteen years on the force. Ha had iteeu ordered on reatrva for atrlk duty thla afternoon. GUARD CINCINNATI MAN AS DYNAMITING WITNESS. CINCINNATI. Nov. 11. -According to a elory published bar to-day (lcorge ticknoH of this city has Inf irmatlon that will b of Igaportanoa In helping ths prusscutlon lu the cases of rhe Mc famara bmthera, and la telug guarded by detectives In order to keep hint from Vbalng killed or klduapued by mys tfrkwa pei a .n a ' bkkhoff, 1t Is aald, knona where nliro glyeiina Is burled and that, with two rtpreeent.it. ve of a private detective agency he went to a point near Heaver. .. and will try to find th hidden sg ptoalv. j-: khufl la an entirely Innocent SsTurs In the esse, who, ll la claimed, by fylandshlp and accident, lew nud the Iti, formatlon that was not considered valu able at the time, hut which has since proved important. KANSAS DEMOCRATS NAME CLARK FOR PRESIDENCY. i I,, DODOE CITY, Kan.. Nov. U .Champ (Jsark. Speaker of tbe National House of Raprasentsii'.es, was Indorsed fur the nomination for President In lilt by the Democratic Convention cf th Seventh Wafts Congressional lust net here this afternoon Mr. Clark, who was the UrleMlpaJ weaker at th conntlun, N1J of Hutchinson ted Mr jaiigres to succeed Mill afidlsun. Republican. SOUGHT ON STORY PRETTY SHOW GIRL NOW FIGURES IN MAGAZINE PROBE Authorities Say Marguerite Carlin Disappeared About Time Hayne Left City. ABROAD, SAYS SISTER But Mrs. Kreitf Denies That I "Promoter" md Actress Are Together. I'oatofTVe Inspector Hugh McQuillan, who has been I n vMtlgatlng the affairs of the Colnmbla-Hterllng Magitln Com pany, .lamed to-day that about th tlm J. llrlnton Hayne, president of th Columbia Msgntlne Company, dis appeared. .Miss Marguerite Carlin. a Hroadway show girl, also left the city. MtQtllllan let ated Mis. Carllne alsler, Mrs. John Krelg, at No EW Wt l-'lft)-first street, to-dy. To an Evening VVn: Id reporter Mrs. Krelg ssld hsr slater was In 1ondon. but denlsd she wss with Hayne. "Th went abro ad 'ast April." she ad mlttiil. "and they remained In Kiirnpc, having toured the Continent, until the last of July, when ll.nne returned to this city. My later am- back the last of August." TI.e Inspector believes, though, that In order to find Hayne he will fire; have to locate Ml Car, In Ha Is devoting his energies lu that snd. Th Urarul Jury Is atlll probing Into the affaire of the I'olumlilan-rtterllng Company, nd msny witnesses are being examined by Asslstsnt United Stat - District-Attorney Hrown. The postal Inspectors wer Informed to-clay that a nw mgxln Is blng eaplolted by some of the people who I eold stock In the Columbian Company, and they arc asserting I hat a largn Philadelphia magaglne company la ba- I hind It. This company Is advertising extensively throughout the Wrt that It hsa no connection with th nw publi cation. Second Driver He Has Let Out Recently Bumped Him Into a Trolley Mayor Qaynor' chauffeur, John Mas ters, is out or a )ob. In a manner similar to that Is which ha dismissed! his former chauffeur, th Mayor tig. 1 charged Must''. Lennlng out , of th trtninnblln window he said angrily. "You are discharged and may leave the car Just where It Is, If you wlah." i Mr.atera, Instead, took the Mayor to hi Brooklyn residence, then drove the car to the garage, where he announced that h had bn "f)rd" by the Mayor. Thla waa on Thursday nlfht. It fol lowed a slight collision with a trolley car caused by the skidding of th rear wheels of the auto The Mayor was angry over the collision, which shook him up somewhat. Masters has the reputation of being a careful chauffeur. He drove the Mayor throughout tha etty and made week'y trips with him to St. Jamas, lie waa very familiar with the country roads. A short tltns agu while riding uptuwn thu Mayor dismissed ano.'her chauffeur J on the apnt. The chauffeur left the machine In a garage and hla Honor hired another car to convey him home. WURRA WURRA, AN EAGLE. CAUGHT BY A DUTCHMAN. Bird Descends QQ !of of Ann Street Restaurant anJ Owner Captures It I.Ike victory ilea, ending upon the liauner of n vonuueror a young Amer limti eagle descended ujKin the roof of the llusy lice reatHurunl, No. 7 Ann street at noon to-day while u score of hungry workers weir buey etngoltliiK coffee snd Home one told the pro prietor, Max darfunklc, that the king of the air had ciilli.l. mid to t ie roof Med Ourfuuklr The eaglet was alttlng be hind a tMatJttl and Oarfunkle crept slculthlly upon Mm and with a sudden reuch the restaur. int' uv had him. fighting uui hrak and talons, th eagle was broufhl e nnd rudely In setted into vacant pgrrol oa. fre- Oin uli-r of I lit- pla p.il his f'.iirf. i In the is. nlyilsst! "N'ce hlrile'" He la nura Ing a hadly bitten finger now. Then It canif- to the matter of a name. Heveral were auggested. hut 'earfunkle. a the captor, claimed the risiit to name the bird. Hays Ostfunkle This here bird Is si nie s'TrtPpci , lie uiai lis an Ameri can lulls, hut hea got some Irleli In him. Cook tn the way he fight! I'll name hltu Wmia Wurra." And Worra Wurr i It la storf.n.A . after naming the eagle, called up In Hronx Zoo and offered them Wurra Wurri The gift waa In stantly accepted, and on Monlsv VVurr Wurra will It taken llronaward. I'oslal Hank la Mores WASHINGTON, Nov. U.-I'oswiaster-Oenaral lilt, hue k atated to-daj that he wished to see the postal savings bank ystem extended to It fullest uful n ess In aa abort A tlm posalbl, nd heartily favorVj opening postal banks In stores snd business places In vry csntr of human habitation. GAYNOR BOUNCES x HIS CHAUFFEUR m,s8 margueh,te crln RIGHT ON THE SPOT i STRiiiERS ASK MAYOR FOR AN ARMISTICE THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1011 Actress Who Left Time J. B. (Continued Krom Klrst Iag.) In the city employ, .lust a telephone message or a scratch of your pen can settle all and a happy municipal fam- SBBBBsl U SBBBsl Bsf ' 81 sSsW SBBSBBsf SBBsi BH '' SL v saw lm lly be once more established. In the each group of five carts In the big ills name of Justice, rliiht and equality, I trlct coveted from Stable (J, revealed appeal to you." the desperate plight of th Htrett The (laborgt strikebreaking plans of j ''leaning Department In the most con-Street-Cleajilng Commissioner Kdwards I Rested, are of Manhattan Burough. were prm ucally barren of results tn- Th terror Inspired by the strikers and day, the Imob violence of yesterday I their friends also proved Its potency having cauasd wholesale deaertloni I when twenty of the thlrty-rlve strike from Hie lttikbrkln ranks. The po- j breaking drivers who reported for roll lice wi re ordered to meet violence with r" took the first opportunity that of. violence, and during one riot on Tenth i fered to neak out the back door and avenue a pitrol or twenty DOUOtmta I VAHlgl Of the fifteen carts that went were forced to draw their revolvers i and shoot Into the air to drive bHck ths Infuriated mnht Mounted men rode down and clubbed a mob on Water street ftnd every, where the police details were doubled Whlla yreat progress was made In Brooklyn by the new force, enlisted by Commissioner lMwards the violence of the .Manhattan und Kronx mobt served lu almost completely Mrlppll bis de partment on this side of the river. Fifty Harlem atjlkehreakers from Philadelphia deserted the Harlem ata- ,urn'l Into Market street. Then sudr bles this morning mid demanded of dnly from the roof of No. M Market Conimlsaloner Kdwards that they be sent I 'loet there rslned down a shower of home. They admitted frankly that they j eh'mny cornice and brick. Half a feared meeting the fate of one of their j do,en driver were pioked off their BUmbr Who was alalr on One Hundred I rar,. and as soon as they could and Twenty-nrth street yesterday f- j ' rnbl t their feet they fled. Hev ternoon. ,ni' l,riv,''' were forced to seek shelter That the district auperlnlendenla and foreman haw hen aldlnu the atrlkcrs and urging the sweepers to Join III the walkout was definitely learned by Com missioner l-Mwarda to-day and he peremptorily dismissed District Huper InUlldtBt T. c. A.lumaon. who hadirkt. breaking crews .ult right there charge of Stable II ut No 614 West Fit- dj t,e nvr tlla, lont,mej on to j.ai.k ty- cond street. Not a cart has gOM I Rots and Worth tret passed UtlVUgh out of Stable H since Wednesilay and ll la doten more showers of stune, jvood is alleged that Adiimson waa caught In .mil frugments of con rt. the act of urging sweepere to quit A sympathetic strike Is still bslng MAVOP IS DETERMINED NOT T0 I talked of by the organised teamsters ar nnaiu n,ay be o'u on Monday unless BALK uown. I ths altuatlon Improves. The' parade of Hoth the Mayor and Commissioner i strikers to ths City Hall to demand M WMds urn tttWmlgsd not to yield a their bark nay will take place on that point to the strikers, and permission j was obtained to-day 10 turn llie rwen D -sco nd ntglfHOOt Armory at Hroad way and Hlxt v-elghth street Into a tiar ra'ka for t ll nkebreakere. AH the strike bieaklng iigenclea tn town are rushing men from a iloxen cities In the li.ist, but the te roltlng has fallen far be low expectations. ' The rloi 'i. assaults were not con fined to any one district, the appear in of nn ashcart being sufflrtlent to draw a mob armed with Ltlcka and t itlles out ut the ground The dou bling of the police escort and the In structions of Inspector Cahalane to his Plea to beat down tha first person wno attacked a strike-breaker, failed utter ly to awe thu strikers and their sym pathisers. In lining up Ids detail of fifty men tn Maul O, at No. 44 Hamilton street, to ll i Inspector Cahalane addressed this ..and to them: "J want you men to have only one Idea In your heads, und that Is that you are employed by the city of New York to protect life and property. I will hold every one of you responsible for th driver who It In your charge. I am going 1 1 assign on man to earh driver City About Hayne Disappeared and I want that man to atlck to that driver through everything. Don't los sight of him ;i minute. You've got your nljrhlstlcks. jnock down thj first man Uist offers to Interfere with your driver." The assigning of one patrolman to each cart and two mounted men to out Immediately afterward the crews "' ten duscrted after passing through a long nombardVnent of missiles. Uefor the fifteen wagons were eent out of the Hamilton strset stable In apector Cahalann sent twenty-five men up on the nearby roof, where they found hundreds of men and boy, and not a few women, hiding behind cor nlces with their arms filled with bot tle and brlckhata Thev .r. ..-. ..n Into the tenements and the procession , of carts went unscathed until thv "'"'er thalr carts NEW CREWS AND GUARDS IN RAIN OF i.IISSILES. Hoth the mounted and loot policemen were struck by the missiles and ea J in lied to send for relniorcements. Ten dav, according to preaant plans of ths union leaders. .stable i: ecnt out sixteen wagon from Wet Seventeenth street with a guard of ten patrolmen and four mounted men Thla llftte qudron had hardly left the stable before mla- silea began to hall down from the roofs. A crowd of fifteen hundred booting men, women and children fol lowed th carts on their way to the West Eighteenth street dumps. In front of No. 4 40 West KlghtMnth street a liower of brick came cas cading down, knocking thr drivers off their carts and injuring one man ao seriously that he was taken to Bt. Vincent's Hospital. Several of the policemen were hit. whereupon they charged the mob with their night slicks. When the procession of wagona ar rived at Tenth avenue and Nineteenth street another ahower of brick and hottlea cam down from th roof. The mob wa-s gutting nolalar every minute, and the sergeant In charge of th polio guard gave tht order to hi men to draw their rvolvMU Than, waving hi own weapon at th roof, th sergeant ahauled; "If another brick ocmee down off THICK FOG CAUSES CRASH OF TRAINS AND WBOATS Fourteen Ocean Steamships Held Up Until Sun Pene trates the Mist. COMMUTHRS DELAYED. No One Injured by the Collis ions, but Thousands Are 'ut to Inconvenience. A good Imitation of a London fog paralysed water traffic In the harbor of New York to-day and grievously de layed the Immense army of commuter that deacends upon Manhattan every morning. Fourteen ocean liners wer fog bound In th lower bay and out round Ambrose Light. 11 th ferry boat lines with long routes suspended operation except the municipal fen lea between th Mattery and Staten Island, and heavy towing was abandoned on both river and In th- bay. There wer veral ferryboat col lision two of them narrowly escaping tarlous results to patscnger. Two Long Island Railroad auburban train col lided nd halt a score persons wer hurt In a collision on th Fifth Avenue "L" In Brooklyn. Not a suburban train got In on time Jersey train were from fifteen minute to an hour late. The fog waa purely local to New York City, the Hudson Valley and the Hackinaack Meadow. Th weather wat clear tan miles back In New Jersey. SERIOUS DELAYS FOR COMMUT ERS FROM NEW JERSEY. The most serious delay wer exper ienced by commuter on th Central Railroad of New Jersey. Th fog was to thick In Nwark Bay, over which the Jersey Centr! right of way proceeds on a long bridge, that engineer could not ae th signal until their oabt were right opposite the pottt. At ont time teven passenger trains wers apparently hopelessly stalled In tht yards outslds Communlpaw. One of thest tralnt land ed Ita passenger In New York an hour and twenty-tKe minute lit. Th South Brooklyn ferry line was abandoned during the thickest of the fog and tbe aervlce was cut down on 11 other Unaa. Commuters on the Lackawanna and Erie who usually take the ferryboat flocked to the McAdoo dba and caused great congettlon In that tytttm of transportation. "L" express train mad the speed of local because motor engineer had to alow down to observe signals. Evan the subway waa affected because of de lay on the open line In th Bronx where the fog rolled off the Sound In thick wave It was 10:10 o'clock be fore th aun penetrated the mist. During the thickest period of th fog at 1.10 o'clock th Pennsylvania Railroad ferryboats Washington and Chicago col lided at the entrance to th Cortlandt street slip. Th Chicago "was so badly damaged that she proceeded to Hoboken for repairs after landing passengers and teams at Jersey City, but no on was Injured on either boat. Because of repair under way only one slip 1 In use at th Cortlandt street ter mined. Two of th big double-deck fer ryboat! art sufflc lent to handle th rush hour traffic on a foggy morning since th tube were completed and tha ter minal was shifted to Manhattan. The Chicago wae moving slowly out of the slip. She had few pe.engrt but was heavily laden with truck and wat low In the water forward. Th Waah- lngton wa lying outside, to enter th Hp as soon as th Chicago should va oata It. FCG MADE IT IMPOSSIBLE TO SEE OTHER BOAT. Neither of th ferry boat pilot could ee beyond the forward and or his boat. The Washington pilot, hearing th whletle of the Chicago, figured that the latter boat was well out of the ailp and headed In. The Washington waa light. Her for ward bow slid right over the lower for ward deck of the Chicago, tearing off the forward port rail and about fifteen feet of the men' cabin. Fortunately no on waa on the forward lower deck of either boat. The Chicago dipped alarm ingly forward until th Waahlngton backed off, when h reautned an even keel. After a lot of manoeuvring In the fog the Chicago got by the Waehlng- that roof we'll begin snooting" The mob kept on hooting, but the thowtr. Ing of mleotlee promptly etopped. STRIKEBREAKERS IDWARPI PROMISED NOT AT WORK. The mobilisation of an army of 6.000 strikebreakers that Commissioner Kd wards promised, has failed to mate rlallae. Not a cart went out from the following etable tht morning: B at No. M Watt Fifty-second street. A t No. 601 Rest On Hundred and Six teenth street. F at No. M Eat Eight ieth street, S at On Hundred and Eighty-fourth street and Amsterdam avanu. and R at No. 349 Rlvtngton street Fifteen carts that left Stable 1 at No. t Hamilton atreet were driven back by mob. Only 1a cart left Htabl H at No. 4M East Forty-eight street, and they ran the gauntlet of a continuous bombardment from the roof. Htabl A at Avenue C and Sev enteenth street eent out ten cart, flv of which war mobbed until their trlk-brklng crtw deserted. Twin-ty-eeven department divers took as many cart out of stable M at No. M Sullivan street, but the majority of them were driven book. In all Harlem and the Bronx only thirty carta went out. Brooklyn wat tha aaly borough that could report any progrr against tha atrlk. Oonvmla alonar Bd wards rroaaed tht bridge tt take personal charg of tht altuatton over there, and reported at noon that he had Ml oarta out- ton, headed across the river and mads tht trip to Jertey City without ccl dnl. All her dagpage wa above the dark Una. Th Waahlngton auttalned no dtmag at all. Th Long Island railroad ferryboat Garden City. Just out of the slip at Thirty-fourth street Msnhaltan, bound at, and the rrrryboat Manhattan Beach, bound Into the slip from Long Island City, bumped Into each other at 10 o'clock. Window wer broken and timber were smashed on the port ld of the Garden City and the starboard side of tha Manhattan Reach. Both loat war moving slow 1 at the time of the collision Th Manhattan Meai h made th Thirty-fourth street slip without diffi culty after the collision and lsnded her passengers, non of whom was Injured. The Grdn City got etry In th fog and gropd her way toward Long Island City. Ill heading for th slip the pilot got off hla coin ie and sleartd directly Into the outer bulkhead, on which wa lo cated th fog hell and the light. Both bell and light were jarred f-nm their support and fell into the river. Then the boat became Jammed In the ltp and It became, necessary to back out Into the stream nnd make another try. The few oaaaengers wre glad enough to get ashore when a landing waa finally made. The fog wa particularly thick on the F.att Rlvtr. Car-float traffic bttween Mott Haven and the Ray was entirely suspended snd the sound steamers that cam down during the morning moved only feat enough tovtllow steerage way. TWO CROWDED TRAINS IN COL LISION AT DUNTON, L. I. Two crowded suburban trains were In collision at Dunton, the first atatlon west of Jamaica on tha Long Island, Railroad at 7.40 o'clock. An electrlo train jtt steel coaches bound for At lantic svrnue station. Brooklyn, waa Just moving out of the station when a tleam train, bound for Brooklyn, rrtshed Inlo the rear car. The pilot and headlight of the loco motive wer demolished. Many pas tsngert In the electric train who had boarded the cart at Dunton and had, not yet found seats were thrown down In the allies by the shock L. Guagllo of No. 170 Forest avenue, Mortis Park, was on the rear platform of the electric train. He Jumped In time to avoid being crushed, but was pain fully hurt by flying wreckage. Train hands csrrled him to the tteam train, which conveyed him to Long Island City, where he wat placed In at. John't Hos pital. Tht rear car of the electric train was derailed. Two hours were consumed In getting It back on the track, and this disarranged sll traffic on the line be tween Jsmalra and Atlantic avenue nation. Commuters on this division reached Manhattan from an hour to an hour and a half late. TWO BIG SHIPS GOT IN AHEAD OF THE FOG. Hlxteen ships were due In port to-day, but only two succeeded la getting In ahead of the fog, a Hed Cross and a Red D liner. The largest of the fleet due la the White Star liner Baltic. The ferry to Ellis Island could not start on Its early trip and mxny em ployees were left on the Battery to wait for the fog to lift. The Governor' Island boat ran at Irregular Intervals. The first accident reported wat to the ferryboat Montauk of the Hamil ton avenue line, which left at 6.30 on her first trip. It required half an hour for her to rsach her allp at the foot of Hamilton avenue. TWO WIVES DEAD, HELD FOR TRYING TO MOTHER Daughter Gives Clue That Causes Carpenter's Arrest is Would-Be Poisoner. On th Information of hi own thir teen-year-old daughter. Sarin, Churlea j Rngler, a carpenter, waa arriuncd be fore Magistrate Herbert In Htrl-in Court to-d5 charged with attempting j to polaon hi wife. Bertha, who lives I apart from him at No, 352 Kast Ninety- ! first street. Engler has heen married four time In fourteen years; I WO of I his wive, are dead and one divorced him. Utile Sarah Is the dsughter of his first wife. Three weeks ago Kngler visited the house when his wife was out. Sarah de clares that she saw htm open a bottle of rhubarb and sodA. which her mother usi-.l for Indigestion And pour something Into It from another bottle. Iter father, the tald. did not see her watching aim. Sarah told Mrs. Kngler about It when she came In. The stepmother took the medicine bottle to a chemist and had the contents analysed. He reported that 'enough phosphorus had heen put Into the medicine to ciuse death from i single dote, but 'he strong odor of th" mixture would probably have given plenty of wnrnlng to Mrs. Er.xlor Mrs. Engler reported the case to the police of the Kast One Hundred and Fourth street station, and Detective Buddemeyer waa sent out with n war rant to find Kngler. In hunting for the carpenter the policeman said he learned that Mrs. Kngler's life was In sured. By his advice, lie told Magis trate Herbert, she went to the insur ance company and found that a policy had heen issued on her life for 1.100 In her husband's favor, and that he had been paying the premiums regularly. Sh ald nnothr woman must have Imperaonated her In the phyalcal ex amination, aa ahe had never heard of the policy. Kngler was held In 12.000 ball for ex amination Oh Monday. "Just 3y" HORLICK'S H Mitns OrrjlMl and Gtnulns MALTED MILK The Food-drink for AH Agts. Mora heaJthful than Tea or Cotfea. Afjree with tKo weakest fglm Deuciout, uvispratinf and ntariboua. Rich milk, malted gain, powdoi tonav k frick lock fnvuti it's wkuh tar otwmMMfahV WAR GUNS SCAHER REBELS AT NANKING AFTER MASSACRE Manchll Troops Who Killed Hundreds in Streets Now Con trol the City , NANKINO, NOV. 11. -The Imperialists I have regained tht upper hand In N'ank I Ing and the Dragon fl.ig again floats over Klangyln fort. During the night I th Imperial gunboats shelled the revo- i lutlonary camp and this morning troops making a sortlo found thai the rebel position, three miles outld the South Uale. had been evacuated, t Th success of the loyal forces I Itilbuted In part to the discouragement of the rebel over their lallure to re el v,. new supplies of ammunition and partly to the fear Inspired ly the whole sale slaughter of Chinese by tho Mati , chus yesterday. Koo-CHOW, Nov. 11. -The Menchus who w-ere defcatiil yesterday have con- j cenlrated at the tlovci tior's palace. ' Hot. h.-rs are burning and looting. The whole city la In disorder. AMOY, China, Nov. 11. Attacks by robber band In different quartets threw th city Into a panic early to-day. The authorltiea self-constituted, dealt with the situation as best they could. The water patrol captured a plrutl'-al Junk, and It crew of alxtc-.-i men uwalt de- capitation. The Inland Junk traffic pro--i ded more freely to-dy. hut coast nav.vatlnn hJS been wholly suspended, j Toital ChanK usstituea office to-d.i . A I conferc nee of officials with repi-senta-, tlvcs of the conservative and the rd I leal tlemtntS was iield to determine a course of action. ; PaUCINO, Nov. II. 4.40 I". M.-The Throne and fjovernment alternated be-' tween hope and despair to-diy. This morning a t"legr.mi was received from Yuan Shi Kal, In which he atated that he was unable to come to 1'eklng and expressed s pessimistic view of the sit uation. A second message coming sev- eral hours later struck a more cheerfui note. GETS $100,000 BY WILL SHE SAID Mrs. RcbiKCa Gold of Brook lyn Let it Stay in a Drawer for Ten Years. Although Mrs. Itehecca fluid, of No mo Liberty avanue, Brooklyn, knew th-it she was the sole heir to the Hi ot her old friend Relnhold Keiger, who died In 1901, she thought the old m in. who was eighty-three when he passed away, had died penniless, an she Kl'pl his will In her desk and didn't file It. A motlth ftgo aha happened to read about Long Island City real estate, and remembering that Keagar had an equity In some building lots there, she took the will nut of the drawer, dusted It off and submitted It to Men III St John, a lawyer of No. 1.1 William street. He looked the matter UP and to-day Mrs f.otd Is one of the happiest women In Brooklyn, for she Is worth, under the conditions of the will, llon.00". Mr St. John found that Meager had bought !! euulty In 323 lota In the neart of '.oiig Island City In m7v The district then hM.ln't been developed and the property whs not consilium! very valuable. PV raclotur prooaad. Ing a were brought aanlnet It an 1 Mr Keuger felt sure hi property was practically worthless. He made hi will in lR'.ts oid died three years later, leaving Mrs. told ale sole legatee, be cause she had Leon kind to Mm nnd tuketi care of him "unto the end." WliMi he died he didn't realize that the property he owned would BVOf be worth anything. Mr. St. John dis covered thut t o re was a serious defect In the foreclosure proccidlncs and tht under the law his client a eijulty In the real estate will amount to 1100,. 000. aa ll It situated In what has be come the most valuable part of Long Island City. Piatt's Chlorides The Odorless Disinfectant Prevents Disease Bold Everywhere. Writs Henry U. Plait, 48 Cliff SI.. N'.Y.. for free hook und sample. Make the Liver Do its Duty Nine times in ten when the liver ii rijht tte tornsch ud bowels are rikL CARTER'S LITTLE UVER PILLS gently tut 6rily coi pal a tar y linr to do as duty. Cuns Coa- ttipatiou. Indigea Hon, Sick Headache, and Distr.es after Eatlo. Basal) PU, Saaail Desss, SsmU Prise Gm1m amsstkaaa Signature WAS WORTHLESS 4T:.rrDr CHKaW aU WED I DOCTOR HHtt CUTICURAREMEDIES Says: 'I Have Great Faith In theCutl cura Remedies Now that I am Con vinced of their Wonderful MorfW "I wlah to let you know of a osupl gf recent cures which I have mad by tt tttf nf the Cuttrur Ivcmedlet. Last August, Mr. . of thli city csmt to my office, troubled, with a severe akin eruption. At Ont I cowM got understand the nature of tha eat untO 1 nature oi in case uniu a I elimination. I Onally ccupalion, as be Vst I. or. It wa dermatitis In rid made a careful traced It to his occupation, nnlntrr and decorator. It wa Its Worst form. It started with a alu lion nnd i ii. Id affect most parts of 1 tlilsh'. elbows, diet, hack and ae nnd would terminate In little pustules. in Hi nt aru nurnine was nreadtui would 1 1 most tear his skin apart, trying tt get relief. I recommended til th various. Irer.tmenlt I could think of and he tpanr about fifteen dollnrs on preecrlptloBI but nothing seemed to help him. "In the meantime my wife who was eat), tlnuullr suffering with a slight skin troubkt O ld ivno hs.d heen trvlns different Tirssrrtn tlona snd methods with my assistance, laid me she was (rolns to yet tome of tn Cutk-ur Remedies and tlva them a trial. Iter akin v. o ild thicken, firrak and bleed, evneclatlv en the fingers, wrists and srrat. I could do nothing to relieve her permanently. When she mat spplled the wstm baths of Cutleur. t-oap and applications of Cutlcura Ointment she siw a decided Improvement and In a few days she wae completely cured. "I lent no ttmo h recommending the Cutl cura Iteniedks to Mr. , and this wat two months nrm. 1 told him to wtsh with warm batl.i of the Cutlcura Roup and to apply tho i mil u..i Ointment gtneroualy. Hclleveme from the very first day s use of tht Cutlcurs Remedies he was greatly relieved snd to-day he Is completely cured through their ti'e. I hnve great faith In the Cutlcurt Item lu s and shill always hare a rood ward lot Item ; ow t lie t I am convinced of theta Timdc.-ful merits." (Signed) B. L. Whit., head, M D., ins Dartmouth St., Boston. Mil . July 12, 1910. t UUI ill) rtit' aim j . 1 1 s gagapajj air rsoiil t - .. , f Ihn oi . 1 1 In it ft literal aamnla mi (..;...... U...... fllni sbs..v li fotter Drue & Che in. Corp., Dent . 7 b. Bo it on. ROBINSON'S PATENT BARLEY The Only Infant Food All ()rrrs and Ilreawtala. ij j FTB pArfkEfe'g Hffftggn HAIR BALSAM fSatMCIpn-tsrw And Kaiunt th hair. IQBk' ajHNf-vrr Fails to Baetora Ora HKPie, Hftir to m Youthful Color. ESiVtil g Cuf" r p ll a hair fft .ie. KaJBaml .iiaJII'lHI Drufj-Jli NEW PUBLICATIONS. BKU AUWeiY BUGLE Best Yet Will he nn mi. at jour sevtdasler't ktoeb'. IS. Pon't mlSS It. lMitMS RELIUK US NOTICES. THE. SALVATION ARMY AN.NOt'NCEg t TH It I l.l.l V ; klXI'USlHON OP ITS WOBal IN 1AHLEACX AND LIVING rlCTCKtt st Carnegie Hall, Tues.. Not. U. 1911. St 7.80 l M COMMANDhR MISS BOOTtf will p rfii.ls and drtlrtr aa eddies. Hiinrlis.il nf offlceri lurta all parts Of ths Bast sri'l lie present. Music to tun i is NATIiiMsr. STIFF BAND MALI OHOBtnt For ttetetl .-d irforiestloa sped? rvit. m isttw r. ta w lTW at. MEMORIAL NOTICES. ADAM in lavlna memory or hopkia e AI'AMs, beloved wits and metber. wae died Nov. II. 1ft 10. Wit, I). A PA MS UKNEV1EVK , JgWKLL. LOST, r-OUND AND REWARDS. Nor. 10. IsJj green hand 1ml 1 .cilslnlns is.iial w.'.i i, ... please return ume o S Cllftua plscc, Beooklya curt snd receti. rrssnll All lost or found articles ad- erllsetl In I he tVurld will be listed al The World's Informa tion Bureau. I'ullUer Hulldlaa Arinde. Pari, Rots: World 1 ptoHii tilth e. norlhweet cor ner llstb .1. and Hroadeaji World'. Harlem Office, V!lU ..'st Itir.lli .1.. an. I Vt'orLl. liiiioktin i, no e. an; vvasnin Jon si.. iirimsoD, nir ,iii nil olioulaa i lie vrlallaa of ta ton st,. llriinliljn. for ito dare roiinuiH 1 ne orioiiat et la advertisement. "Fox" Is His Middle Name This man is off on an important mission. You see, his brother Bill is due (a New York to-morrow so a real swell Furnished Room and an elite Board ing House must be located without a moment's delay. Our friend will have some trou ble in finding the desired place, think' you Not a bit of it! Looks are sometimes deceiving. !n his overcoat pocket he has tucked away for ready-reference a copy nf the Sunday World Want Directory. Oh, his middle name is "Fox "' ilrlfhi He will go STRAIGHT to the Furnished Room and Boarding House he seeks. 30,739 WORLD "TO LET" AND "BOARDERS WANTFrr inc i J aiiVssWi. . " j- " inunin f,470 MOKE THAN HERALD.