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- TUB ITElfllfG WORLD, MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1918. IS 5150-A-WEEKWIFE News Oddities ASKS ALIMONY 0 $1 2 A WEEK HUBBY HI 'ISIKK on Hi. Ki r la ..giialed, Mil It la SfMSd ihe men will go alow. A T VI K A I. and rle will be' IwiatftUtad for pie end clinilnlte HM by the Ha -inl M.nitiK Aaeo -latlon an being Letter brain food. .M.I. W.VI'KIMURV m.i.i a feai.ni) fit.- there jeateiilay. 1 DEATH MAY FINISH MYSTERY IN DEATH DRAMATIST SAYRE'S OF NIECE OF 1ATE Hsrlem Auto Trucking Company and waa driven by John I. O'Hanlon of .No. 432 t Forty-second street. EX-JUSTICE E. E. M'CALL GETS GOLD LOVING CUP. i liONtOTM at m in I... slatted In In try to 1 i k ths eiiff rsgette In a II .!. Park Suing Richards Declares Spouse Hams Twelve l imes as Much as Me Does. VII,l DIM Jumped ihitiuth ili piste gl.ia mailing IMH In TfcaexgaSMM lll, OMM ehnw window jf a men'a fur- TATMTIOI iiiua Kingdom. tiiat Ireland la tha mot aoliar member of tha t'nllad I MrKflAI. WKATIIKR WARNINO has been eent to tha amateur farmers SHE ,SAYS SHK DOliSNT.i0' "t v"'k " w,'rh " "r rro ti-mnrrow night It's Her Daughter and No She Who's in Vaudeville. Wife's Lawyer Declares. IX A IHSIM'TK WW who should tak up the collection In t'rrlontown (Pa rhnri h twenty fne persona aere rut and bnileed WoMEN'H ami palRmaa lube In Kanaaa have aUrtad a .-ruaadc to make tha farmer MlaM ATION of Hartford Legislator goea to Albany 1.. day to eeek Idaaa In HUt (lnvernmiit Thay ran gat aoma queer one JrtraVICrneetlne Itlrharda la suing Harry K rtiH of a Umn h In Mlddlatown. CdB, wan. fUMtig b.for, gtaw h tlm. ChinlH rWcksrd.. prapert) man a- I I . '""l "" ' mr,"n" "TV" an abeo- "" awwaww awrgaaaj ma rou ana rei witn him I'age In HJMnttOM of an ON Maid Ctuk of twantv yesra ago In Mamnat.-d. Ala. rupled t tha advent f OttpM, waa held there Moat of tha for mar msmuers brought than huabanda and children along LAST MANUSCRIPT Playwright Lies Dying From Overwork on Drama He May Never Complete DIPLOMAT CONGER Pretty Girl Arrived Alone at Hotel in Colorado Springs and Posed as Widow. Ik Fifth Avenue Theatre, fi late dltorc before Jagllct Ik flupreme Co in Tg lay alia ram before italic I'age aki tha reqtieat I ha: aha ha awarded temporary alimony steading tha trial of bar suit ,"Ve oppoa thla motion," tinonnced Rlensrds's attorney, ' Becauee Hlrhard la aiming only I2 a weak, whlla hla wife rec-eWo a .alary or 1M a weak a an actreaa on the audevllle atage. " Vhs-st's that?" cried Mr. Rich arda'a counsel "Why. Mr. Richards nexer waa n actrea-. la not m, and never latenda to kg." W all. man certainly ought to know wfcat hla wlfa !a doing." replied the fcua kanil a attorney tgrtly. "And a woman ought to know what k doing hrelf." replied the wlfe'a lawyer with equal arsrblty. "' can submit afldevlta to prove that afra. Richard la earning H0 a weak playing on th Leew vaudeville IrcuU." can back tha huiband' rep raaentailva "How, what do you think of thai. Yaur Honor"" aakd Mr. Rlehardf ounael. Here a a man who haa hi Wlfa ratxed up with bla daughter II I qs..' daughter who I playing on tha Qsew circuit and earning tha galaxy he wxauonad." Junllc Pag put hi hand to hi hd "I thlak I'll give yeu gantiaman until gjr t t t thla matter akralgtitened rou." a dciard anally. FOR CANCER CURE SEARCH LEFT BY WILL Little Known Millionaire Ruther ford Applies Legacy to Special Fund of Rockefeller Institute. A fund of MfcM, tie Income to be devoted ta an Investigation of th hum, prevention aad cur of cancer, Wga left ta the Rockefeller Inatltuta for Mdlcl ngaearch In the will of Henry lt hrford, flled for probate In the hurrogat' ohHo to-day. Mr. Ruther ferd died at th Hotel Aetor Fab. laat. Ha wa a raaldent of Qrsnd 11. VI. gwyond that the uatalor waa g mill toaalre. Chart K. Fog. or No. 4 Uroad way, attorney (or Raecutor Chart K. t'hlpard. of No. 7S Brooklyn avanue, mr)kiyn. aid he knew little about Niitkertord. "Mr. Rutherford wa th eon of Jam atherford of Kingston, N. f who died hejut forty yaara tgo, leaving a vaat fortune. Th younger Rutheford lived mg ii In thla city at verloua hot!, waa all tha lawyer ld. TMe will gave teO.Mo each to Mr. Lydla I'earaall Ktael. wife of Dr. Ueorge K. Mtael. and har eltr, Kllsegteth Clark Pearsall. both of No. aM Weet Sevmly- Hlnth atreei. Th reeldue la willed to tha, children, if living, pr to the grand rtiTMrn of the teaUtor'a father. oi , sag? . i SUFFERED AWFUL PJUNS Per Slxtwcn Ymfs. Rgtord To Hwalth by Lydi. E Plnk ham'g Vgf gtabl Compound. CORPORATIONS HIT BY RULING NOR THERN PACIFIC Debts of Creditors Cannot Be Wiped Out by Reorganiza tion of Concerns. WASHINGTON. April .-tn a dcl- lon of momentoua Import an c. eapa- claUy aa to railroad, tha Sucre m Court to-day laid down the general prlactgl that a eredMer of corpora tion not a party to ita organ laatloa may oM Ha uooaaaor tor hla debt. In thla apecWe ogee Mm ooart free to Tour. In a deelatoa wtajeh Jgetlee IeSr who dlaaewtod, declared "wa. alarming, "held th Northern PwoMe Railway Company raggnnalbl (or ta,- Judgment agelnat th Northern Pa cific Railroad Company, which It ra ided, deaptta the faet that the court eipreaely elated that no moral wrong doing wa to ho found la the reorgaat- GRAND JURY TO GET' REPORT HITTING AUBURNPRISON Sulzer Says Findings of In- vesfigatQr Blake Will Be Sent to Cayuga County. Corporation lawyer who heard the declaton declared It waa a direct blow at th practice of reorganlalng oorwora Hon to gel rid of oneroua eontraolg or eeoap payment of unaacurad cradltora. It effect, they thought, would be far-reaching. Th derialon waa In the ault of Joseph II. Boyd, who hd a judgment for HM, otx) agalnet th Coqur d' Alene Railway and Navigation Company and brought a ult agalnet th Northern Pacllle Rail road Company after It bought the Coeur d Alana Company. Ha Bought to have hi Judgment agalnet th railroad company declared a Hen upon the prop erty of lla lucceeaor. th Northern Pa cMo Railway Company. "When Boyd found th property In th aama hands after the1 reorganisa tion mm before he had a right to get th property for the payment of th debt, even though there had been a Judicial gala." declared Juetlce Lamar II held that although there had been no moral fraud, yet the decree ofaal of tha properly tram th railroad company to tha railway company waa void a to a non-consenting; creditor. ALBANY, April M The report of Oeorge W. Blake of Now Tor, which severely erltteieed condition at Auburn tat Prison, is to be turned over to the Cayuga County authorial ee by Oov. a leer for presentation to th Oread Jury, according to a tatmnt made at the Caacuttve Chamber to-day. Mr. isha i making an mvttgatton of tau prisons Std reformatories tor the Governor. AUBURN, N. T April II. Wardan Ben ham of Auburn Prlaon, aa a par tial defenee against tha atataenenta of InVMtlgator Blake, aald thla afternoon: "I had oupposod that during my In cumbency of over aeven year I dona at least things for which I entitled to commendation, even from a partisan commission. The report soeme to carry out tha Idea of the conception of the Investigation, and I think that moat people understand the anlmue of the report. "Aa for recommending my dismissal. this must appear humoroua. aa it is well known that my reelgnatlon has been tendered to varloua persona In authority during tha laat two and half yeara, and only within the paat two weeka I have offered to waive the legal question aa to whether or not anybody waa In authority to receive the reelgnatlon by agreeing to turn the prison ovsr to Judge Potter, n charge of the Prison Department, upon con dition that he would furnieh a re ceipt for th money, Inventor!, ate. but thla haa not been accepted. "The glittering statement of wast In ths commkaaary cannot carry great slE- nlflcanc whan u I known that tin average per capita coat for feeding the Inmate during the past eight yeara waa about nine rente and six mill per day He added this waa true, although th , This Includes breakfast, dinner and sup Theodore Burt Sayre. tha prolMIc play wright and reader for Charles Frohmsn, msy nsver flnlah the Isst set of his Isat plsy, "Ransomed." For death atand very near hi bed In the Fair Oak Sani tarium at flummlt, N. J , to cratch with unrelenting Anger th aingle word "Cur tain" In th inflnlahed mantiacrlpt. Bayre, broken down from ahaar over work at th age of thlrty-aovan, Buf fered a alroke of tMrtlal uralvsls. n- gravated by hernorrhaae. a few daya ago, while he waa aerrellv disobeying he order of the en. I ... ium phyelriatia f molding him rurther work. Now, It la nought to be only a question or hour before death ntrvna; the gaal a, right lee helple and unable to apeak, but with mind clear to the appreclstlon of tha Impending end. Hayr' many friend, in the theatrical world will accept a rharacterlatlc of man tnc atory gf how h aotkd in flnre of doctor' order almoat until hour when paralysis sttlliled him. nhn Cort. the produrer, hid tilrrady ontracted for the play "Ranaomed;" Mayre had It all written except the alter part of the laat set, and the cast which wss to produce the play tied al ready been picked. WROTE ON PLAY IN SECRET DE FIANCE OP DOCTORS. Then, a few weeks ago, came the final breakdown of hla strength. He waa ordsred to the sanitarium In Sum mit and the Oat of the physlclana waa that he waa not to think of hla work, nor engage In any, until he had re gained hie strsngth. Bayre knew, so hla frieade believe, that hi condition waa serious aad that th ohaneae were against hla aver leaving the sanitarium. Whan ha want to elummtt he took th manuscript of th unfinished play with him. The sheaf of manuscript, mads pre cious by realisation of tha ahort work ing time laft to him, Bayre concealed ths springs of hla bad. Whan the doctors and nurses wars nit in his room ths playwright would reach under his mattress, draw the manurctipt rom lla hiding plaoe and, propping! It on his knss, writs furiously until he heard tha approaching footsteps of on of th house physicians. Than ha would whisk ths sheaf of papers book to the hiding place beneath him. a Hla stratagem wss djsoavered by ths doctors only a few dsys before the stroke of paralysis waa visited upon htm and hla precious play was locked up despite hie protests. SAYRE START10 CAPEEP At A DRUG 8 TOPE CLERK. Bayre waa a dank In hla nattier' drug stors on Sixth avenue, when hla first play waa produced successfully In New York, not mors than fifteen yeara ago. Since that night, when he heard auccess In tha applause of the audience, he had worked with unrelenting energy and had amasssd fsms and a fortune, when hla final Illness overtook him. -Many of his plays had Irish theme, lor Chauncey Olcott, Sayre wrote 'O'Neill of Derry," "Eileen Aathore" and "Edmund Bunks." Andrew alack starred tn hla 'Tom Moore." a auccess here and In London. Flake O'Hara played In hla "Wearing of the Ore en." Other of his play war " If anon Lea- caul," In which Wilton Lackaye starred ; "The Commanding OfSosr' and Ths Wife of Wllloughby," which he wrote tn ooi la. bora don with Helen Bogart. Lyre married Miss Laura Helen de Oumeona In UM. . Morel own. Vermont."1 1 WM troa- hled with psias and irregularities for I sixteen year, and was this, weak aad nervous. When 1 I would Us down it I would seem as if I wa going right down out of sight into some dark hols, aad tha window cur tains had facss that I would peek out at Iste, aad when I waa out of door it would arc an as if something going to hap pen, liy Wood was poor, ray circuls tiuu was ao bad I would be like a dead parana si times. I had female weak-ueaa-hfl'y, inv atijuineo wa sore and I ii.nl awf.il i in 1 too' Lydia K. Pinkbam'a Vegeta ble Compound and used the Sanative Wash and Ihry certainly did wonders far me. My trouble disappeared and I am able to work hard every day." Mrs. W. P. 8AWYBR. River View Farm. Maretows, Verraeat. Gtfford. lows. "I ag troubled with re knew, ajga frith dispisc I had Varr dawssa aad steady alsg pafa J BMk and was dIMwW- Icons. LysJIa B. Piakhai aad aad 1 am eared of 1 oaaasi praise your too highly. MRS. INA reorganisation ocourred years ago. Justlos lAirton, la dlsssntlng. held that the reorganisation was not a mere transfer of ths property of the Northern Pacific Railroad stockholders to them lv as stockhoMsrs of ths Northern Pacific Railway, but waa an effort of the stockholders to save tha property In a situation whsrs the property had gone Into ths hands of a rsoslver, and where conditions were steadily growing worse. Therefore, he added .the sale ahould stand aa valid against any one who. years after the sals, eome forward to attack the act to have the property. per. But it Is not strange that th in vestigators would attempt to obtain tha largest fig-urea, when It Is known that to produce them It waa necessary for them to weigh the soup laft In bowl at meal time, th refuse left on the piste of Inmates, bona taken from meat, potato peelings, watsr, Ac." FLY FOR POMMERY PRIZE. J-pytken gtsaeed MILITANT A DISTURBER AT KING GEORGE'S REVIEW. Bif Crowd Hoots Woman Who In sists on Talking in Hyde Park Police Jail Her. LONDON, April 21. A militant suf- fragetle to-day attempted to address a crowd In Hyd Park wall Xing George waa reviewing th Brigade of Ouarda. The hoota and jeer of th mob almoat broke up the military af fair, and when the woman refueed to be quiet she wa locked up. The egplratton of the limited llcen under which Mrs. fehnmellns Pankhurst, t'.ie militant suffragette leader, wa re leased on April 1) from Holioway Jail, where she whs serving three yeara' Im prisonment, csusvd a great crowd to assemble to-dsy aic-out the house where she has been staying to rscovsr front the offsets of har "hunger strike " The expectation of (alng Mrs Pankhurat fore Paly removed to Holioway Jail, how aver, waa not realised, as tha authorl tlss had meantime deckled to extend her license owing to the unsatiafaotory tau of hsr health. At the weekly oonctavs of the militant anion this afternoon It waa announoed that Mrs. Patdrhurst had no intention of recognising the banned license any way. Hugh Franklin, a aaphaw of Postmas-tar-Oenral Herbert la Bamusl. was re leased from Jail to-day. and tha ehalr msn of ths meeting exhibited tug li cense tor to bits to tha exultant suf fragettes. Mr. Franklin, she said, bad Freaeh aad Swiss Alrsaon Start Prom Prase far Bass tan Poland. VlUaACOITBIaAT. France, April . Two flying men started from ths aero drome here early to-day for Warsaw Russian Poland, ta ths compstltlon for ths Pommsry Oup, valued at U.M0. The competition la open every six month and the prise goo to th airman mak lag ths longsst flight In a straight line between sua lis and sunsst of ths same day. Cdmond Audemara, th Swiss aviator, ascended at t-B A. M., and waa followed one minute later by Lawn Letort, th French airman, both of whom Intended to fly by way of Berlin to their destination. Pierre Dauoourt. a Frenchman, was awarded ths prtss on ths last occasion for hla Sight on Oct. , U1I. from Valenciennes to Blarrlts, a distance of U0 miles. "A HEALTHY MOUTH" bashaspsf 'QVALXTir aad "GOOD WUUDWV COLORADO SPRINGS, Col., April .-Dlatriet-Attornsy Pur1l and the Coro ner here have derided to make a most rigorous Invootlgsdlon Into ths suddsa dsath here at Hie fashlonaMs Alamo Hotel of Miss Lena Conger, th youthful and pretty niece of tat late Edwin H. Conger, who waa United States Minister to China during ths Boxer troubles. Ths authorlu at present hold ths case In oloeest sscrecy and tha drain stsncs are not known (hat have so sroused the suspicion of the District Attorney aa to causa him to declare that the matter should be Immediately placed before th Urand Jury unless ths most full snd thorough explanations era fsrthcomlng from certain quarters. It Is said that tha t'oronsr heard of ths raae only by accident. He ordered an autopsy snd when County Physician J. H. Brown attar much work had not been able to determine the cause or ths pretty, twenty-two-yesr-old girl's death, as sgsin.t ths statement of ' Otto E. Xlllman. who attsnded her la har last hours ana reported that it waa due to a disturbed condition of the luns which resulted In violent hemorrhages, a furthir and deeper examination har been ordered. Dr. Zlllmen showed grsst Indignation whan he waa t. eatloned by the Coroner. Miss Conger, a charming brunette, ar rived at the Alamo Hotel three days ago. She regletered as Mrs. C. B. Hutofflna of Lamar, Col., though dsspalchea from that city declare that her sister's nsma la Mr. Charlea Hutchlns and that Miss Conger was not known to have been married. Her slater said that according to hsr Information Miss COngsr nad died of heart dlseass. and added that the young woman had long sunrsrsd rrom that complaint She arrived at th Alamo carrying only a mn travailing bag and a cam era and. It would appear, not much money, for ywstsrday ah had asksd th hotel for an advance of fdO pending the arrival of funds from har family. This request waa not then aotaded ta. e that when th young woman dlsd ah had aaly St la her pur. On none of har possessions was there poaaroVa marks of Identification aave In the finding Of a postal card which waa addrwsssd to Miss Lens Conger and mailed at Dea Molnea, Iowa, on April a. It waa sent to har at Lamar la ear of Mrs. Charles Hutchlns. In talking with some of the chamber maids and ens or two womsn gussts of ths hotel, shs Is asld to have d dared that she had been married to physician namsd C. B. Hutchrms three months ago. but that he had dial thre weeks ago. She apologised for not wear ing mourning, saying that It was hsr husband's dying wish. The hotel clerks aasrt that all day she gave every appearance of being In good health, but that at o'clock at night ahe auddenly sent a summons for Dr. Otto K. Zlllman, telephoning per sonally from her room. On arriving at the hotel he found her lying on the bed, attired only In a loose wrapper, and It was evident that shs had bathed only shortly before. He said ha Imme diately recognised thst hsr condition wss serious and sent for Dr. W. T. Qull llon for purpose of consultation. Before the other physician arrived Mia Conger died, he aald. Than the i officiate declare than an undertaker wa sumomnsd and no proper notifies- 1 tlon given to the authorities of the peculiar circumstances of her audden death. Attaches of the Supreme Court Present a Testimonial to Head of Service Board Administration of fustics In the o .1 Court House halted to-day while Pre aiding Justice ingraham of ths Appel late Division presented to Chairman of the Public Service Commission Edward FJ. MdCall a gold loving cup on behalf of the attaches of the Supreme Court. The ceremony took place In the robing room of the Juetlcee and was witnessed by three hundred lawyers. Several hundred court attendants, clerks and secretaries were present. The twenty-eight Justices of the Su preme Court, among them the two new justices Weeks and Phllbwi were seat ed In two circles about Chairman Mr- tall and Justice Ingraham. Ths cup waa placed on the library table be tween Justice Ingraham and Mr. Mc CaJI. Near them were Capt. Edward Hlnch of tha Appellate Division. Capt. William Lynch. John J. Mackln. Ed ward Cole amt Charlea Benael. ths com mittee that purchased the loving cup Justice Ingraham paid a high tribute tn the energy, ability and klndneaa of ex-Juatlce MoCall. Mr. McCall In accepting the gift said hla relations with his aesocistss and the attache of the court were euch that no one could appreciate ths ordeal through which he passed when he con aente.l to go to ths Public Servlo Commission. James McCreery & Co. 34th Street 23rd Street On Sale Tuesday, .April 29th ALMANAC POP TO DAY. Sua rises., s.waaa aate.. .UIMsaa rasa.. Let the Ttoaa. Oewjrsor Mssd ... 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