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HUNT FOR DOROTHY ARNOLD ON NEW CLUE
Morse, Suddenly Well, Is on His Way to New York
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NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1912.
18 PAGES
PRICE ONE CENT.
DICKINSON LEADS POLICE
ON A NEW TRAIL TO SOLVE
BANDITS HOLD IIP
ROCK ISLAND FIVER
1
"KID ELOPERS"
EIND PA READY
Long Missing Girl in Gown She
Wore When She Disappeared.
BOMB KILLING MYSTERY
PLUNDER $75,000?
WITH SHINGLE
: path of subway
DEAL IS CLEARED
Terrorize Crew, Plunder Mail, Thirteen- fear-Old Ella l:lel
Dynamite Express Safe and ' hot! Saves Boy Sweetheart
Liscape With Money. With Leap Year Excuse.
Coroner. Insists Second
Was in Taylor Flat
TELLS ABOUT A FIGHT.
BYINTER30R0UGH
li.XPLOSION STARTS HIRE. I MAMM A'S TEARS MELT IRE
Says Woman Who Was Slain
Told Mini They Would Directors Agree to Accept the
Run Off With Section of Train
Near Memphis Second Rob
bery at Same Spot.
'Twas Her Offer of Forgive
ness in Evening World That
Ended Week's Romance.
Have to Part.
Charles M T! -Vinson, the suspecl In
'ik mystsry of the assassination on
Saturday at No. it Wert Sevsntysev
.nth street of Grace Taylor, was flls-
i u iK-1 from custody for luok of evt
rtspea t"-.iii, .mil Immediate!) made '
ig itatcnent In whl-h he b -ought an- !
Ihor man Into th - mm This man.
I .c'ilnsoi' says, was also !n the flat the j
iiCttrnoon the bomb exploded ami kJUed i
Hit Taylor womsn, and had left not I
,0,-e than ten minutes before the t;ag- i
. dy oocurrsd.
Dickinson did tut sea the man and
UOOS nut know h!i name, out he hue I
Liven the police a lint on how to get
: iat information. Aocordtng to Dtokln
jp, the girl Bdna lm Mar re. who lives
v Itn lha Taylor Woman, dkl nut to 1 the
truth when the uid sou left the koutaj
ui one shortly before the explosion.
'1 ha-1 a tight Kith Mr a. Taylor Wed-
naatey night." said Dickinson, in the
"iTIce o;' Ms lawyer, Terence J. Mc
Manii. and ha icratohed my fire, i
left her house, and although I usllsd
Changes Officially Wade,
It Is Declared.
Mf.MTHlS. Tenn., Feib. 7 rive men John Pltzpatrlck, the jteventeen-year-
plundered the mall and express oar ; old lad of Orange, an, I Ella Bdsthoff,
LAST OBSTACLE GONE.
of Hock Island Train No. 43 near Hul-
burt. Ark., early to-tlay und mude away
with their plunder long before an alarm
as spread and posses could aeek theli
trail. The holdup wax ao cleverly
claimed and executed with such preOt.
his till! teen-year-olrt sweet iienrt. re
turned to-day to Klla's home, at No
L'l Sand ford street, Baal Orange, for
parental forglvene,. after their WSOk's
elopement.
It was a little persgranh In The
!on that no:io of the train employees Evening World yeeterday. headed "Oo
Announcement of Yielding to
City's Terms Expected
.." To-Morrow.
lJlr,.rt,jrs of the lOterborough-Metrn-polltaD
Company, tha (minims company
for the Int, .Thorough Hnipld Tranalt
Company, to-day are rnported, upon
high ut Matt If, to have nerved to the
changiuf madl by the Uoard of Kstlinate
ami PuWIt ttarvtce I'ummlselon In the
offer for the operation of Uia new sun
ways. It li also reported from the same
sources that the formal plan frill go
baON to the ofttoialg U-moffTOW
Thla Information la of highest Impor
tance bsvause It Indicates approval from
the latdltch aourog of thu Intsrbor-
up on t:ie telephone a oojpie of times oJKh side of the proposition made by
ould offer resistance and few of the
passengers knew anything had hap
pattt until they a,.ka to find their
train stalltd.
. . At noon It era reported that money
oomlgoed to a bank la Oklahoma, aa
ttmatad at betsren 60,000 aad STS.OOO,
had been taken from the oxpresa oar
by tha robbere.
The full value of the plunder the rob
t'era got has nut been determined. They
raniacked tha postal car, dynamited the
Wclls-Kargo Express safe, apparently
overlooking nothing that mlg.it add 10 I
their profit. The dynamite explosion set
tire to the combination baggage and ex-
press car and It was destroyed.
This was the SSQOPd holdup near Hul
hurt within the last four months.
ENGINEER BOUND AND KICKED whole two dollar and
Home, You Kid Klopers," that moved
the youngatsra to return to face Ihs
mUSlCi In It was the statement of
Mrs. Kdelhoff that she SfOttM forgive
them gladly, If only they would re
lleve her anxiety by letting her know i
they were olive and well.
Mrs BdsUtOfl knew that Blla had
only $10 and two aultcaaea of her own
and her sister Anna'a elnthea, and ahe
strongly suspected that John Pits.
Patrick had nothing at all except the
olotheji on Ills hack, Which, natty as
they were, would not go far aa I means
of atipport.
JOHN HAD ALL OF TWO DOL
LARS AND A HALF.
In this she was wrong. John had ft
GIRL IN SANITARIUM
IS DOROTHY ARNOLD,
POLICE HERE BELIEVE
DOROTHY ARNOLD.
in the nsxi t mi tay.. I did not see bar
until late Saturday afternoon.
PHONED MRS. TAYLOR HE WAS
GOING TO FLAT.
"1 telephoned her thai I tva coming
up to get a PMWl Pin 1 had left In her
possession. 1 raachsd Dm house about
tsranty.flvs mlnutas bafors the explosion
and Mrs. Taylor admitted ins to the
parlor
"Hhs told me. in effect, t.at had
tha Intar bo rough) amsndad by tiie otn
ciais, again accsptad iiy the Intorbor-
( Igh, only to be amendeu again, and
Which Is now gecsptsd III the form of
i;s last amsndmsnt.
NO DIFFERENCE YET BETWEEN
OFFICIALS.
It is aal.l that the action of to-dar
leaves no point i .' fjlffsronof bstwosn
ths officials wtio have bosn a on fairing
with the 1 poratlen's rsprsssn tattvaa
,ite.r pa i. I told iter I was w illing, T and We COJ ration, and consequently
mat that she as not t seating ma fairly, n reason whj he ultar shoo .1 not now
..s I hod don., nothing to Justify ths omo to lha from as th. puolk and
.iaj-.es sim had made against me. formal off p of the road.
"While we were talking I hsaMVOlCSs! " tn offl ' ' ln '"
in the rear of the flat a man's volco an 1 morrow, ii will h - toe first lime slnoa
a woma-rji votos. I rsoognlgod I :"ov- "hen tue negotiations started,
woman's voice a tbai of Ulsa i.. lht the public will hgvo mi opportunity
Marre. but did not recognise ths man'sl to know what th tlr.- geal Is about,
FROM TRAIN.
The train left Memphis about mid
i night. After It cleared the Western ter
; mln is of the Mississippi itivnr bridge
It was hoarded b two masked men.
.They climbed over lha tender, covered
I the engine crew Wll i guna, then th
j train was halted. The engineer was
i bound and gagged, then kicked off Into
I a dltc.i. The fireman ran tin. train
several miles until It was signalled to
halt at u campflre alongside tho track,
i where three other bandits waited.
I Here tile baggage and mail cats were
letac led from the passenger coaches
and before any ot the train crew knew
j what eras happening, the locomotive
I with Its light load g a hurrying further
I into the country,
'. To he
sure, he squandered It b lore they
were OUl Of Orange, buying ISIta new
pair of tan . es .is neat us hU own.
lint he was not altogether dependent
upon hlg affinity for flUPPOrt
with The KveniriK World clipping In
tnelr hand, the two, carrying t! !-
suits oaaog, walkit irp the st..ps of the
Bldelhofl h w to-d iy uttd timidly rum,
I .. bgll, Pg Kdelhoff ,i putting : I
bOlvei In the kitchen, his wife n . I out
marketing, He opened the door Iti Id"
siitrt sleeves.
"Humph
iu grunted,
aring
them, 'What It U tii.it brings ) IU
hero, yet?"
Mr, IMelhoff, It Should lie note I. had
not Kot over tha anger wit 1 W Ich 1
While one of the bandits held a gun took the news of the elopement. All
over tl.e firemen, the remaining four of I week his wlfjg had been drl ling him to
ins nana ownroareq into tne express and , keep t.ls temper shoul l Ijlla home
Hut of nights he has been ivhlttllng -i
v .lce.
Mrs Taylor left the room and w.nt
to the rest, i heard her talking to M ss
and the formal
a ttlVlty and Inti
The directors
iffer
rest,
of t
i pen unusual
int. rboroughs
ed the old
nfli-'crs for anothe 1 . ej r. and the ff g
hoards of the nth. p Interborough com.
ji.nie were giso in sasai on. T, il.
ghogti remains at the had of tue
oomblnatlon After the session s direr.
tot sail t o company was now in
lllSe tio
position to
four lion's.
All of the d!..
tton timt nothing
regard to the citi
t1 was only late
information some
I the offlclals' mod If 1 1 m
PSSn the subject of tip'
talk, but mat deflni
iai n.
ia Marie and the man and then I h( '"I Metropolitan :o-d.' ,
Iter bid Hie man good-h) I e-in"o u
derstan.l whv Miss I. a gfsrre Should sa
she was alone. I know there atgs a m in
in the flat.
His. Taylor had eallara four or Bve
it mee a eek, I should say l was
under the Impress. nn that tlds man ha
ejsUed on iier and went owav grlth Miss
I. a Marie because I was tiier
"About ten minutes after Ml-s J.i
7arre left. Ine tSlepnOBO hell ran'.
Mrs. Taylor went to the phone. H is
told me her sister Susie -Mr. RvgtM
would sorm be In and r had betl n .
told her l had no reason to avoid M
i'vans and WOUld stay. Then the PSI
ags came all! th" explosion occllrr. 1 '
FRANKLY TOLU OF RELATIONS
WITH WOMAN.
Dickinson, In his statssnent, wMsh was
very ion, tdi with appavreni frankness
sH shout in relations with Mm, Tsylor,
li, suggsstsd thst tne police might get
Bofisthlng at bilerssl If they could find
toe man who p celled ths ihitt In West
e event y-M vsnlll street fop Mrs. Taylor
and pgtd the- fl'- t mom ) s r- it. Mokln-
son said he had nothing ba " sdlli that
t -j asaetioo.
Th dlsohsrgs of Dleklnson followed s
hrief iissrlng before Doronsr Fslnbsssf,
Thl BoHcts Wore Ufafhls to produce any
., org evidence than thoy hud a few
hair after lha explosion Saturday
i right
Dtekinson wss brought '.r frvni the
Tombs at II o'clock to Cm ' I'ein-
bery's oAss. He wee nut by his fsthi .
snd ssvsngl fHsndg his fsimlij from
imsmplsln, n. v.. srtiere ih elder Dick,
ins in is poetmsstep, n ii, kinsou'a fa"
were two deep smtsbss, ileu, ie a l-
n;ta, wen. Inflactsd hv ; r. Taylor In
bs oowss of a hght insy had t her
uome last WMsty.
Acting Capt. tSloster of the Detective
flureau was the only witnea.- heard in
moll coaches and covered the n.esH.ei
Sere und clicks.
Ths engine with ths two '.urn inenn
IWhllS proceeded lo a point a mile sasl
of Uulburt, Ark. Thsn ti e roiilier ran
gaoksd Hi" postal a:, blew open the
lafs in ths v.,;; r.irgo egprsss car,
ggtlisred their plunder and made off In
""" a good lf,i thsm into the from pgrloi and
tare .oug noiiFie an ajiai in eouia ik;
given. The telegraph wites Into Mem- i
Bhlngls with a handle ill.,, a i idd
1 1. -ting lis balance a cl grip,
They showed him t clipping, II"
read it through deliberately sud then
stepped 'inek.
"I suppose you must eotne In." he
growled nnd s'od Mt of the d II.
.rs and t".d
i elty leal in twsnt)
.ps said fj' putlUos-
!i ui been done with
v SUbWsys, and
n the day that the
Wl li assurance that
iiad tun only
after-eie i,,n
a lion and i ti
JCoBtintid on av.-vud i'sfs
MAN'S RACE
FOR WEALTH,
New YorksTS (land will In fr nt
its in tiMyHBsksri.
How il" Uwy Und the ctp tai
ind tiie incoflin ibiy mW
234,649
'Real Estate "
'Huinos Opportunities''
"Financial and
'Suninicr Rtsor'
idvcrtiscments were printed lit!
year in
THE WORLD
05,324 More than in the
Herald.
It mu d pi conceded Hut thiM
ire "Oujilty" adv rtlitnisiits
tin use tbl! ,n produce RUSt'LTS
only from the Investor or lbs.
well-to-do -rrjin seKUij recrea
tion. Are those the kind of people
you want to reach:
POSSE SEARCHES COUNTRY FOR
THE BANDITS.
I The first Intimation of danger to the
I train came to Stnployees of ths Rosk
I land a' I he WSSl u u--:rrdi i .,f the
Mississippi Ilrelgic t: isy heard heavy
. iL ''" ssrigid girl
.in mo ouuiHry, I'ue raoasi WaS made'
I by explosions of ammunition that wu
Idestroysd when tue oomblngtlon bag
age ana egpress ir uurneu uft.-r tne
galu had besn blasted.
Use ailing last November's holdup, ths
Rock bland employees sent In a mtrry
"jil lo thg Memphis poiice. Qulokly ai
switch snglns was tuanitsd by a poses,
! long before the regehsd the holdup I
SCI lie the rObben had vunlshel Into the
i v woods
L'iOOAOO, Keb T. Advi, were ;.
r ..cl here to-ay OfDokUg o; tiie
ti Icggo, Rock Island and PgoUls itaii-
fosd Osmpany ...t tt t ilng whs taken
front th,- trgln hy tic robbgrs except
oiii poueh ui' i gif 'e-i i.mll.
BROOKLYN MAN SUICIDE.
Body Bellersd lo Bs
II, lull Pognd H
'li
lt. I
I bet of t
Pro l.leiic.
r -Ths
r
ng
linns, K Hi
venue, 111'
is-m ed pon
i.day, Hell
ltd Madl al
V V
! SVCd to tie
r. vVllloughhy
.ss found i'i a
i .- - a i. c. ho here
j t .... dnad - - r 1 hours,
lis i nin istuigfi :: w sgld
aat on th
story,
IT'S LEAP YEAR; HE COULDN'T
HELP HIMSELF.
"What for a little fool i:e you any
way.' a pg KdelhofTi first q isstlon,
KUu would not le: John answer. Blit
is iiigge: than J -an ..n i has the figure
and the i.tiiiage of au e.gu ear-
Mho Hung out In shapely arm
oomntsndlngty und her big blus eyei
tinsii' i gngrlly ss she threw bgok her
h. .i head of golden Ui
you mu tn't talk to Johnny thai a iy,
popper," she said. "T n.i-'i in fsull
I ihsde hln a hap vim' proposal, II
wanted to propose to me, Put tie thought
m sere too young. Hut when 1 pro
posed, ne couldn't help himself, s, we
arranged, after mat, fot I n to oome
around und g-t-. me (Vrdnesda nornlng
after mommer had gong to S'ss Cork,
That's what i meant when i told mom
iner -f wss -lug to pit one over,
w ill, we tin a irolli . t i Newark
and Johnny not a room for us No. m
Court ti'"et, rlgh- nag be sourt
House. We eVantsd 10 1 married, it
wo list our nerve bgcsuso thought
we would ih arresti i
".lohnny was tin ( ,,. I I isgs Ihs
iieda and did to- cleaning Bvery
night one of us would go out and g i
:; of bread and s, r.ir.tie I ll .
or Jolly, or something ( kpl In i a
house all day. day. tan'l is be m trrid
n iw?"
,-apa e:::s Hit BAOOLI iC-
rOi ANSVLHINC.
"Ash : " it ti ., ii ,-' - i.d i-1 '',i .-.
,lf "Hut iro liters i a wi lulna l
iiiai he i i i commit tsd suicide, gHOw aomethlng else thsl wii. i psn.'"
Two letieie, 11 i I SBW I I I ,n- falimr, j went out to look I '' Ihe Mltfd -
lol HsBUta, '"I to Miss Pauline Kslgsll Ths return ..f Mr Bdolhofl suasd
t Marry avenue. Brooklyn, tn which nsllilm " Bhangs hi purpose for Ihs Unas,
xinusMusi sorrow for Mwnething he in-j Mrs. Bdelhoft arlsd ovsr Bllgj Am. a.
was l
llniated m
hail done, SAd I I
USjv r J, tit .'o aad a kit hkbsi (CaAuaatd u scwud Jt'ag.
KAISER CALLS
!N THRONE SPEECH
FOR BIGWAR FORCE
Socialists Absent From Royal
Palace When Ruler ( )pens
.New Reichsi ig.
HKiii.iv, Feb. t. Bmpsror William,
In parson, opened at noon to-day tho
I thirteesitii Kslohstag wbloh has sssem
I bled sin e the foundation of the Qsr
man Empire. Ao in 0UI lomsry, instead
of (tiling to tiie imperial Psrll intent,
the Bmperor csllsd to. oismbera to tie
palses, whore he Raads bl i speech from
the throne in the historl Whits 11.11.
The dei itieH preetit vire tor tip
most i c r iii uniform or court dressi
hit no reprssentatlve ot the ociai-
DOmOOntlC party, COUlp: I ling 1 "ii
fourth of the membership of tip hou c,
put tn an gppearonss. Lsd by Hie old
'est msmber of the Rsiohstsg, Ihs
Rsdlogl Albsri Trgsgsr, sll the dsp
' titles Joined heartily In the OUStomSTy
three cheers us the HmperOT Stttorsd,
The Qsrmsn rules walked straight to
ths throne, mo intl the dais anil pig
Igg his lislmst on h's id rsssi his
speech, which bs took from lbs hands
of in-, von liethmannHollwsg, thi lm-
pertgl '.'Int. lor.
Tic- 111,111 note of the speech wag the
dsmaod foi addition to t .. .iiiury
and naval foreea, ire eonsldsrod
necessary In ihs prssent luiom-ttlongl
MisMlog,
1 ''het-rs a ere raised i m-' I3mp rs
referred to the Sgtigfgutor) ' it ,f tha
liniMTlal (Insncea and lo t i intliiu
' an os of the . ""ilffnal t irin policy of
'.elnialir, Willis thg Sppia i aas
I tloulsiiy marked whso .. proolaimd
; mu psosssllj i.-r airs ngt honing ths
army and i a navy.
i As so iii as tii Kmporor I 1 1 oonoludsd
ir. von Hi : nnann-llu-ilw tn, i n.
j iM'riai chanoellor, gnnounosd that tne
I Rsiohstsg os opsned, T.i hs a
for tiie Mm pei weri tbsa ..gain g vv.'i
1 an 1 the csi e nony cioa. i
' Before tue Uepuilei gsse ihlsd in tiie
Whit- Mall ihsy attspded a religious
service in tn1 caatls shape! si wj ; ,, ihs
Hmpcror wag pr nt, Ths lly, Jo
luaniii i K. II '"'it' . lbs court pi r.
. I . .
I',., i- npei i . .1- sole I'd versa :t of
chapter a of - . Slglinnwi ' i . u i n
salt "f the sgrlhi 'in tf the . hove
lost t.i i s i itir, wherewith ahsll ,i be
ssltsdl i' 1 n s on go id for n t .-
ling, hut l ISjSl OUl nil lu he Hod Jen
under foot of men."
! FOR flACING SLL PAGE 18.
FIRE? FORGET II,
Philadelphia Detectives Say Young
Woman Pointed Out by Nurse
Is Not Long Missing Heiress but
Another Rich New Yorker.
FATHER MEETS TRAIN,
GOES TO QUAKER CITY.
Inspector Hughes Says Information
Is Best Lead Since the Mysteri
ous Disappearance a Year Ago.
Tilt' ca Virk police projected themselves Into the Dorothy Arnold
mystery Rgain to-day on .1 new clue leading to Philadelphia and insists!
thai 1 1 1 loriK mlssini heire as the inni.no of .1 sonhartum in that city.
Deputy Commissioner Doughert) and Inspector Huthes, in charge ot
the Detective Bureau, declared heir clue as a one, in piu of a
'Ithrowdown by the Philadelphia police, woo alleged they had investigate.!
the lead and found it worthless.
SAY CHILDREN IN
MORSE STARTS
THIS BIG SCHOOL
,(io Calmly Recite Lessons
.is Blaze Drives Oui 24
Hamilies Next Dour.
FROM ATLANTA
FOR NEW YORK
So oivndent t
f Ihe VolUS of
1 ds diss Tali 01
Phil d-d,, .'a this
with John S. K
Arnold fiimlly.
'SS Inspector Hughes
his otUO that he sent
l is psrsonaj stuff t
1 fti no iti In eotnp.inv
11I1. counsel for the
It was reporle.t that
Pre ic . it. Arnold, tne vensrobee father
of the missing young womun, had gotoi
to I, e y Iker Mty on an earlier train.
I u M K.-ith ' id .". and that
isKevsd in Inspector Hughst
tpltS Ilk gdVSrgS teports
I'hllodslptils police is fact.
Three thousand live hundrsd ohU-
dun in Public School N'o lu' In one
Hundredth street ...,t of Third Mrsaus, I
t.i-.iHy ,iitni recited Ihelr lessons,
ihrew on t'.iii- mi, 1 - . 1 wisdom,
nol heeding the tin tha i next
dour und .it"' tw, :!.,-..! famUlss
to till '.tree! Tils) ' re horeil py
iii numt roue tiren in i is neighborhood
in 1 besides, sccordlng to the prlnelpal,
'lie While ii "."'I e.ltl leave III" ll'llldlllg
In regular mgrohlttg 01 d. r .11 SggOtly
two nlnulss und eleven SSC0U4S.
The tlr". w ileh drove the tenants to
the sirsst, occiirrsd in the air shaft
of .1 double ... -oti hi .1 rt m en t - house
at Nos. 191 "ioi iti Bsst One
Banker, Set Free in Taft,
Leaves With Mis. Wife and is
Due Here lo-M
TI
1 1, S.'
w r.v ( : ,
. ihs New
. Teh
ork
now.
T I'hu'let v.
ink, : re enlly
Tiilt. lefl
for New
travelled
'al ..f t hs sToulh-
11
led hy I', esl ho
' V o-i. lute this gftsrno
.,11 t o Birmingham sue
lorn it'iii any
I Moras va gcsonipail
Ills p ans fv dspsi ii"
lloly known until s Is
tl.lj. t-ln let:. ,vh ii ii
'at Hi" terminal station
I .-in his pgrots from ths atlguta
I Psnltsntlsry, signed on a iun of n,s
Hub I rsported fulling heslth, Morse 1. 11
..I by
Were
1. In 1 '
was t
s wife
nol p uh-.-e
isf ore
e ogidssd
dredlh street,
men ft 'tlOn
the janitor t
bags and ll'
occupy ll"' I'
ing- by Hit"
Ihs air shaft,
About II.H
ed in Ihe Slis
gp ice 1 'U n 1
building elti
House flsd '
np'tratui .
covered lhal
hsr ssi en wi
nine ',ai
Ihslr roon
Patrolmen
r lit" 1
n tut ' I With
Hi Then n
, 1 - onto days Ihsrs has
!. 1 areen ths tensnta ami
t ie rem , al of jjsr
le.visli film, lies, whleh
most "! Ihe time at ths military Hos
pital a- fori afophsrssn, but i is past
tsn dsya he spsnl in a looal hotsl
li s pluns ofler earliiii,: N'.-u Vorlt
nine, Skpr
.wing the
I tlielr feel-
It.l tin ife dow ti
' not Known Io i
will go abroad
i. in I IS I' M
'"it ll 1-
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1 . himni
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Id
ived,
Mr
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,11 to
.' Tel..
reel bSfOI
Then ;t
lisoky ei
1 1 son la
.ia area
teootld I
Ire Blgr
sn lossd
fining the
na in the
. the tire
wan dlS-
oner und
I ire and
. still In
oor
EX-JUSTICE WHITE.
WHO SENTt-NCED SLAYER
0r M'KIMLEY. !S DEAD.
.... ' ii. i,:e snd Msper
11 snd e i pollssniM
I, ' . t o . nonsr fnni
,1 ise 11 as ;iiit mu by
paiate
Notab
11 m.
nrjM
Trl 11
ii
ii. 11 nt
I 'eh
Preside I
Retire.
I'1!".
Man:
"in
Tr
t
hulf 11 iliifen streams
During the gsulu nsni Hie pupils III lha
.,', 00. 11, (t ti..".' remi ed inintsrsgtod,
Prtnolpsl I'l iuk J. 'o , 11,11 sftsrwgrd
ie ui. , 1 ihsrs srs ao many Ares In mat
neighborhood : is sound 0 hro gong
is al'm n a itlj ... 11 1 I'm- pupils
look after fin .gin.-s.
letnrut 1 ulncidSSI 11 Ith a
1 .,,,oj." said Pi in iya!
n irriiaf of ihe frantl
,'il t . :i. viol .'. t:;,; door
ui snn -y 1 ho , nut ir, To
in old (ti .
lange", i f ,-i ,-ien-
have ''mu d t
Tne null
111
V. Its, ...
Court, wi
ten.-., po
Prssl i ni
tTeSfiy ti
11,
Hon.
Justice Whits retired from t
in 1 I" I" " h. l e l. lie 1 1 e
, lasoit '',.'
Mi k nlsy,
able irlsls,
ht. folios I
supreme
mi son
'M..11 ot
ildsd at
1 logs 1 .1
.; an opsi 1-
snd pre
lie I 11
bench
iscribsd
linn
1 1" e as I..
mi", and
'lee In ISD-i
,,t I'.
ante
rrysvil e,
Supreme
TWO KIlLED in wreck.
ii 1 ie
thi p ip
"T o iri
ihe Ave
tW t '111.'
. little
11 or- of 1
s 'hool
en s" "'
KAI.UI . " '
0)rgnd Bsnlds
n "ies- frstghl trsln
eggetly , ;nn,.. north of r
i. h . I '. ib. T Tw o
in itanu i' ' i i
in collision, ' few
r atgtlon, ihortl)
Unrlil Hi. In Hue l.oUl.h flaths.
e'wsrs nn.n. Hath with pr,''. room,, gl
Barber si.l Tutt.n irm ,;niroi
II rsrs iiuw.
;'; liei.le st-
after 1 o'etoeg today, it i rsportsd
hal two re killed and revot il Injured,
P iyaletns r ruehisl to Ihe it. sue
of tne soeidsni In autemobtlei from
Ks.aa.aa-o.
'hie
linni th
I11.it wha'
in immediate members of ths Arnold
.0 i) n'sre d'.iu w.i. sajgstiarsi that
'. after the ilslt or Mr, Arnold to th
inSjS) ll iniu stal it Seventh an mas
nut Thirty-third street early in the day.
FIRST EXPECTED HER TO COME
BV TRAIN.
Tue new Dorothy Arnold olUS began
In di .e.o,, in nil km out oofnplealty shoes
o'clock to-day, sited Deputy t-'ommlB-loner
Dougherty saaouneed he hj re-
eclvsd void r-.ui PMktdolphlg that
D01 'I 1. Arnold eras sapsctsd to arrive
In 'hi- 1 on tie Sll trim from the
Ki 1 1 hlladelphls station of tiie rnn
sylvsnla iiuirouj
1 " " . i igherty said, . ame
iron u 11 rss employ! In a Phlladei
pl .1 lanltgriuati Hhs wrote thsrs was
.. ougg arggsali pattsal In mo aunlu-
I lm ii -he iad ldeiitlne.1 as Doro-
' iy Arnold "' 1 thai the oung woman
plSlined to "ne to New VorK tO-dgy to
gSI I SIM Jew eh.i elm haJ iHinned uefore
she left this elty.
Juet ' in . let'er had tsen re
eelvsd t . 1 i.uj fisniiilssliiner would
n il s.i . II.. .11,1 nay he had had oor
e itu the writor and woa
"i .1 -,i I, ad .. w.is sure
!' d Arnold on the
eleplione nn. I advMa him to meet Ihe
' Iphls ln at ttie Manhattan
MS Station In Harrison. N. J.
Ho "it Detective Talt to meet the
ll ." Mr A nstd did not get gggg
ei, e.o ,,, , Harrison,
srslted for the train at the
nth aveaiua stnion Tall went t
Hai - n o girl resembling I'oru.hy
A rnot I w is 011 ths train.
HOW THE PHILADELPHIA PO
LICE INVESTIGATED.
W a "I spu tst 0 want
1 in ti gnefer ststion with
!' live T.i ft 'onilnucd on to I'hlla
1 .' t.ng t'apt. 1 a tne, 011
! ' a Phltud iph 1 DslSStiSe Hjreuu.
lid I n 1 as-, night Inapevtor
.' III. New V oik 1'etectlvo H.I
onad t" v . .1 MauafleM, gas.
t o- superintendent of th
1 i' 1 i ' ill and tn totaled him of
t .0 ' f written by the sanitarium
.
IS ":' H 1 us s.li.I." rel.'ted
!'. ' I n i ihs 11 "iter of th1 lotter
I to lean. Xorth P itadMpMg
,1- - 11 train und go to Xen Vork to
... . ' she iia.l pawned there.
"I ss it lour Ustaotlvsa to the
aellerilUn au I saw the young
I woman uisntijnsd In the latter.
She did not look Ilka the picture,
of Dorothy Arnold aad aha was
gnr Indies saertsr

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