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gj lTltlfg WOILD, HOHDAT, MAT If, Iflt.
NEW AD AW
UIITv DlIuAI TILv IiM
lwiSB?M Dress for Hot Season Must Be Cool,
ML rHul UK OLUff
Spj Limit 15 Miles in City,
but Four-Mile Rate in Turn
TO STOP AS CARS STOP.
Eight Feet Clearance Must Be
Given to'Passengers Alight
ing From Trolleys.
rt It dm to l tau et it
eStaettlar statue, ae may be mm Tty
Ths day t secte arorrrlag I Jans t
MW speed ordinance pwH
of Alnnra goea Into
MM PNMt Mtjr ertse-
aaws -anttQueted. IseffeoUve. lnadsquata
nftosilfatoiiliij." a nrw ordinance)
wea pintdid by ths Board of Aldermen
HI UnOriir the vuida.no of arrears
ndles m how to
city, and up to that
satotnoblltot dm a obanoe to.
wan not driving mitjlaaalj
whlla he Is Ming
M tO ft OOB-
of ft otroot aad hla inasttilt
But if ho Is sola beyond
Sttd anything hlMMNC
Tho bordsn of evtdsaos to
U Ml Lit AN HOUR IN OVTLYINO
fwtnty-ava mflee as hour to tho Unit
ft antlylng sections. Bo tho rood aa
mmoUi m gUoa and m froo from ob
struction m a bull frog to from f oath art.
It makes no difference, tho ohouftour
will be arretted If ho goo tartar.
Much worry to In atora for drivers
oror tho part of tho now ordlnanos
hlch forbids, undor pain of arrest,
turning a corner faster than four miles
an hour (walking spsed for aa ordinary
man). The Idea, according to tho tabu
lation of s.ieeda per second of autos
IM potion trlsns, la to glvs pedeetrlane
am! autoa an equal chance on street
trotting a. At that rate both are going
a: out all feet a second and both can
Ipp within a few feet
pndsr the old law a limit of eight miles
an bJUf In tht built-up sections was pro
vide.!, wlih an allowed apeod of fifteen
glltM When buildings were 100 feet
apart. The eight-mile llnrtt mads ths
Chances of ptdcatrtans one to two In
getting away. But tho speed limit of ,
tight miles was violated more than
gfceyod. The Cullen law loft It to tho
discretion of the driver to maintain a
AUTOS MUST STOP EIGHT NET
Iks present ftfteen-irtUea-an-nour limit
I safety In tho city gives tho autolst a
ft una advantage la trying to hit
a pedestrian as ths auto to going about
twenty-two tost a second to tho prole
ftlftsrg aft. But If tho autolst wins
aM g making fifteen miles an hour at
ft Mass he to guilty and wMl be flood
la the now law to the
: it criminal to pass or
within eight foot of a street
r or taking on pssasngsia
to a dead stop sight
a stopped ear. or be abU to
against She now tow
by a Has between US
CUs. or not more than fifteen days
toft or by both. Second offenders
. a year) will meet a ana of from.
ft tut, or not more than thirty
la toft or both. Third offenders
a raar) oan ba flood HOD and
days In JalL
FOUND DEAD FROM GAS
BY NINE-YEAR-OLD NIECE.
Morris Mayer, Who Had Made and
Lost a Fortune, Gives Up
Morris Mayor, who has suffered busl
beae ravereee and domeatlo troubles for
Mveral years, killed blmeelf with gas
to-day at the home of his stotsr-ln-law
at No. 7 la Jaokaon avenue, the Bronx.
Mayer orrantsed an ezpreee and ttur
age buelnees twenty yeara ago. which
brought him comfortable Income and
aifhbled blm to buy tenement-houses In
which he had an ejulty of MMOO.
Hit fortune was dissipated by his
m '.nei. wim .11 win. ne warn
to- live with hit alatsr-ln-law end
worked at a driver until he t.ad aavad
JZ.OOJ with which to etart over again.
Hla new enterprlte did not proeper.
yeaterdny he received an Invitation to
the engagement party of hto oldeat
daughter, wno vomilncd with hit wife
after the. separation. He appeared to
his friends to bo moody ovar the invi
tation, lie stayej away from home un-
til long after midnight. Martha Wsts- '
Learner, lilt nine-: ear-old niece,
him deid in bed thla morning,
tube wat In hit mouth.
Cardinal Farley la Hlngrlea.
B3N9ST0M, N. T.i May 3.-Cardlnal
Barley has recoverod from the slight
indisposition of yesterday which pre
vented h! apeak I ne at the Jubilee meet
lag sfttr the dtdleaUen of 8t. Joseph's
Paroi'liial BehouL He spent the forenoon
to-dr.y vliltlng the various parishes In
lSnjwr.. He crpels W return to New
Tork to-morrow night Tbs fatlgus
trom which the Cardinal suffered raster-
Ansae moot eoeae
wta be p. atoned
day reus ted from an automobile ride, gown. Why shouldn't oas look at her
ft Kingston from Cold Spring, lead admirs her and stag right there?!
THE PERFECT SUMMER COSTUME I 2!
Charming and Comfortable, "According to Art
'Many of the Present Styles Are Cool Because They
Don t Require Much Under the Outer Garment,
Charming Because They Follow the Curves
of the Body, Comfortable Because They
Have No Superfluous Display,
Says H. Richard Boehm,
By Marguerite Mooer Marshall.
"fTAdf it the pereel tummvr cottumc for tcomenf
So far, the dressmakers have said one thing, ths artists quits another.
A group of French palnicrs started the rsvolt against ths authority of ths
oostumsn. an authority Which the extravagant mode of ths part tow years
awatM BSSftft ni snarkiea Is not at all Impossible. There are
undoubtedly In New York many to whom Mrs. MusMlman-Carf a declara
tion of Independence will sound as a welcome challenge.
But there are mors who do not want to look quits unlike their neigh.
Son, srsn though they long fb? clothes at ones beautiful and comfortable
Theee women will ba Interested In the views of H. Richard Boehm, ths well
toowai Illustrator and dsplctor of charming young women. Mr. Boehm laa't
as hard on Parts finery as somo of bis brother artists. And h. a.
w ss-m mua9. -kmmmksm mm ,w mmmr ans.Hafc , ome pun-m otnr than tho ot hor
casLT'T' hlPKP,':y T; :
calved skstohee to help prove hla point
mai an aomiraoie aummer contumo ran
be ebosen from among the current atylet
If the cbooaer has a pretty Uata or her
should be oool, oharmlng and com
forsabla. Bow many of the pre teat
styles art oool because they do not
tee. aire awoh aadsrasath the outer
garment. They are oharmlng be
smss they follow elossly the
emrvee and Unas of the body. And
they are comfortable because they
have not a lot of snperfluous
drapery to get la the way of move
meat. What more oaa a woman
That'l how Mr. Boehm summed It UP
when we talked In hla p'.easant atudlo
at No. M Weat Thirty-ninth atreet
1 srant you that there's little super- i
fluout drapery about the present etylee,"
. . I
X tald. ' Hut. honestly, aw you ever seel
worse ingnit tnan aoae i" ..-
of the aklmpy slit skirt?"
FASHION IS PERSONALITY, SAYS
"But hsrs's the point," Mr. Boehm re
plied, oarntttly. "If any styls makes s
woman loo ne a in.ni. " i" nwi
I atvle for her. In the laat analytlt lflgs I
'Ion Is psraonallty. The most ridiculous
I mode you ever taw wat originally a,
i beautiful oreitlon on some woman, tuui throat and arme; nothing Is cooler
Otherwise It would never hevs been or more suitable for everyday ute Jur
copied and recopied, aa often by thoae'lng the hot weather. It's a wonder the
whom It didn't become aa by thoeel women didn't all ruin their necks with
whom It did. oollnra of i:nen, or thoae dreadful frame
"Frankly, I think there are many 'affairs ccmlng up under ihelr eara."
beautiful features In the fashlont of tho! "Hut haven't you any criticism to
momeni when a iroca givea an aa- j
verss lmprettlon to beholders It to be-1
oause the beautiful designs and ma-1
tsrlsls whloh went to Its construction ,
hsv.s bean put together wrongly. But In
most cases ot this sort ths fashion It
not so much to blame as Is ths wearer
"And you don't find the new gowns
"I certainly do not"' declared Mr.
Boehm, with the quite nstural Indigna
tion of ths believer In srt for art's sake.
"I think tint talk about indtcent dress
U perfectly sBly. There are some pjo-jt"
pie who see evil In everything, even in
a beautiful girl wearing a beautiful
nnve been slowly straining to ths breaking point Now,
In this city an illustrator, a portrait painter end a
woman sculptor bar in succession decried tho modes
tihat corns out of Constantinople by way of Parts, and
pleaded for a return to something simpler and mors
distinctively national. One of these critics, Mrs. Myrs ;
Musssiman-uarr, described In detail for too women
readers of The Evening World ths ono-plecs frock
which she hM found a perfect answer to all ths chang
ing problems of feminine drew.
For the woman of pronounced Independence and
ttrength of character, such a complete breaking of sax-
tJU btl reform wserles
me. If any reforming 1. to b. d.,,.
the mlnda of prudee srs the first ma-
terlal on which the upllfters should be
allowed to set In tome work.
"The prettiest summer drees I
sen Imagine, for a woman with a
pretty flrure, to a one-piece affair
which follows every long, beautt
fal Uaa of her body. Booh a gown
naturally narrows m toward the
ankles, htesost the human, body
narrows at that point, to fast,
the Ideal skirt Is oas whloh to aal
wide enough not to Impede the
The full skirt Is not beautiful and I
should not Chink It would be comfort
able, particularly In hot weather. And
how much more admirable le the eoi.i-
WORMS, than tbe Ions abomination :
w anori awn. now worn
trailing in the duat at every steo If the
. . ... r' " w
trer wantsd her hands free. Even
..en. nooois was no worse en
cumbrance than the street suit with a
train, worn not so long ago.
"Another delightful feature of modern
faahiona peculiarly adaut.hu i
mer wear It the collarleixi or low-n.rk
oooice. with elbow tleevet. Nothing ls!,n1 SM bluee won. Mlta 11a SshnaH,
so ISMmlng to the woman with a beau-i"0 "rwanlied the Kemalo tllnnta soma
mane oi current raemont?" I aaked.
"''Every woman can find some one of
the Innumerable modes which will be-
come her." rsplled Mr. Iloenm.
say, It all dspends on the w
should bs hsr own artist, study hsr fscs
and figure as carefully at I would ttudy
tnsm If I aere going to paint them.
There are so many mod flcatlons and
varlatione of Paria dttUim It aevma to
me that f hm.i lacka that rigid In
flexibility wh.ch character! r.wl it, tay,
In the hiT-ti.rt era. Ita pretent mal-
: lsabillty it a apltndld future. It offers
Titirh that the clever woman can aU
ways find whst she wants.
"I believe la a woman's Using
ay to siTUisavoa ana
asset ef ft I
, - ivu i tSmWmsmSmWSSSSSSm . OlaTamaWHnitamTV 1 a-.-. SB. a I I
GIRL BALL PLAYER
STRIKES OUT SLEUTH;
Arrested for Accepting Tips for
Programmes at Sun
Helen Zenker, third baseball girl of
ths Nsw Tork Female (Hants, scored a I
tiome run n-A ,
Home run to-day In tho Harlem Police
Court atadlum. with afagtetrate Marsh !
ae umpire. Helen Is ssvtntsen. pretty,
active, Intelligent and hae the eaay salt
and aprlngy step of the sthlete. When
, she Isn't plsylng baxeliall ehe etuitlee
art. Bbs lives st No. 836 Kelly atreet.
, the Bronx.
! The Female nun. mm
- th. way' ,r Vn and pretty glrla.
L soing to give an exhibition gar. o at
ths I annv i i ,, ,. 1 a- a .
me i.e-iox uval. One Humlri.il
Forty-fifth atreet and Lenox avenue, on
Decoration Day. Yesterday they had a
practice gume between the Had Stock
ings snd Illue Stocking, and It waa
The bassball glrla wore becomlnir uni
forms, snd the red atocklngt were eaally
dlttlngulahsble from the bluea. 1l
Henker played third baae for the redn.
years ago. pitched for the Victorious
team, end made It evident Dial ehe lim
should adopt every little new prst
tlaess, svsry frill and raffle snd
ribbon that will help set off her
natural advantages. It's part of a
woman's business to bs charming,
and shs should be as ready to
avail hesaelf of all ths modsrn de
vices la hsr bnstaess, as s man Is
to fit hto shop with ths latest
"Aside from the styles, Ihero sre ex
qulslts msterlsls among whlcli womn
may choose for their new summer
clothes," concluded Mr. Boehm, "ex
quisite matertali and exqultlte colon
Of course, too, there are eo.iie not to '
lovely. Hut the resu.. scir.eved depetide
on the women."
To-morrow another artist of dl.tlnc-1
M , ... ... ,r, 7. :
tlon will add hU word on the topic Of
tho American woman's summer war J-
There ware eonte great plays, but
there was one grandstand play not
oown on the snore osrd. alias Hsle
Zenker, in all the glory of her baseball
attire, and her pretty cheeks flushed
from the exercise of tho game, wsnt
Into ttij rrandttsnd and dlatrtbuted tho
score Sards. Ahout 2,000 spectators wit
neaaed the same. They took the score
cards and came bax-k with tlpe. Mlet
'Zenker handed a score card to Defective
Mahoney, who hnnded her In return Ave
cents. Ttjm he handed her a summons
to appear In the Harlem polk-e court
Detective Ma honey was first to the
bat wittiest .-.tand. H said that Mist
Helen had sold hum a score eard for a
nickel, and that he had bended her a
eummons for vlolaUns geotloi, H40 of
the ivnal law, which make It
dnmoenor to charge admission for
Miss Zenlier, In a shimmering gown
of brown satin, and a cuts straw hat.
went Into the box, and made good with
'er delivery. She said that she had
niven away the ecore cards, not asking
for any return. U the spectitort ohoose
to' tip hsr, that was ths spectators' bual
neaa. And she received anything from a
qitarter to a nUkel. oDtectlve Mahoney,
she said, hod made the smaller contribu
tion, and atie let her soft eyee e moulder
a little as she rooted them on the de-
"Hut! Judge. I didn't ask him foe
Ws nickel." sbs declared. "He just
uaiiucu nio live cenia nae the othera
did their Quarters, and nlck.i. .T
And then ho handed me the
aummona I didn't know what to make
of It I waa Just too scare for any
thing." And Mias Ida Bchnall, orgsnlssr of
tho club and holder .if many medals for
nthlt'tlc cvente, nodiled her ahspely
heu.l with vigor, to einphaa.se ths truth
of her third baaoglrra statements.
"Vou needn't be soared." aald the
Maittrate u nplre. "You score."
The oaae wag dismissed and ths ds
tectlvo was lattsd out.
WHOOPLA! CHARIOT RACE
ALL OVER WEST SIDE.
Biirrrs Wanted to Give Friend a
Hide, Stole Hansom, and Owner
Started Stern Chase.
James E. Hums of No. 11.". West One
Hundred and Fort) -eighth street, who
tlnlthed a tsrm on liluckwell't Island
SatUISjajfi wan the leudlng figure In a
lianaom race '.n the l side early to
day whlrh entli-d with hi arreet und
that of Harry WlHlmii of "o SH Weat
fclxty second trcet, alao a dr.ver. They
were held In Jll.OOu hall eaili on tbe
charge of ttssUni a hurts and a cab.
Krednrlck l.awrencs of No. tU" Clinton
avenue, Bronx, left tho ra.b 1n front of a
taloon at rllxth avenue and Twenty
eighth etree:. When he came out the
. '' was dUsppenring uptown, nlth
' Hums on the uox snd William waving
Ills Slips and shouting to cear trafflc.
Lawrence borrowed a ab and It quickly
tilled with volunteers as he climbed Is
the 'seat The chase led through sixth
Thirty-sixth atreet, to Tenth
Thlrty-aeventh street, to
SitSVtBtl avenue to Thirtieth street, to
Tenth r.vsnu to Tnlrty-nlntb street, to
H"". Zf ijJ'S",1'
nek Keenan caught the bridle of the
hor.. Burne .ae drlvine Hum. ..14
b had got drunk and wantsd to give
- s imams a nee.
STICKS TO WORK
IN SOCIAL UPLIFT,
LETS HUSBAND GO
Mrs. Sheridan Permitted Di
vorce Because She Couldn't
Give Up Great Purpose.
FRIEND OF PRESIDENT.
Founder of "New National
Fireside," in Which Margaret
Wilson Is Interested.
Mrs. Sarah McDonald Snendaa. wrM-
mass friend of President Wilson and his
family musician, sociologist and founder
of the "Maw National fireside" move
ment for the openag of public school
buildings after hours ss neighborhood
social sen tree tosl loved her work tof
greater Sri port then ths maintenance of
purely domestic relations. Rather than
glvs It all up to join Charles Oscar Btier-
rdaa la ths unrefined wsstea of Nevada,
where ho had gone four years ago be
cause of ill health, shs pssir.ltted her
husband without protest lo obtain a di
vorce la Reno.
My life has been devoted to two
great Impulses." shs said to-day In hsr
beautiful apartment at No. H Oram-
ercy Park. "Through my voice I have
given my elf for thirty years to socio
logical work, retaining for my services
only snough to support life and to give
my two children sll that It was possible
for a mother to glvs. I ha e Mvsd t
sss my son, Mark Sheridan, establish, d
ths old family home, Atlanta, a., es
ons of ths most promising young mural
palntors of the dsy. My dsughtsr I
lived to see happily marr ed to ths
younger son of one ef England's noblest
families, Mr. Dsvld Crompton.
This Mcoompllahed, I feel that my
family ITfe has been full My remaining
lHe holds ths great purposs of Inrseeant
work for the betterment of social con
ditions. Mr. Hhoridan prefers ths West.
I do not feel that I should leave the
work to which I have given so much of
my very heart and eoul to Join htm.
That Is sll there Is to bs said. I hoped
It would bs unnecessary to say any
thing." Mrs. Sheridan has Just returned from
a visit to Hie White House. It was
through her that Miss Margaret Wilson
became Interested in the "Nstlonsl W re
dd" idea, aad ths two are worklrag
hand In hand toward mo accomplish
ment of their purpose.
"Our Idea In a nutshell." said Mrs
... . . -I., ih. iViri immnA at
, snfriusn, i. w
young men ana women in ia "t
ciuee an opportunity to moet at whole
soms entertainments and In true social
Intercourse by opening the public school
buildings In ths svsnlnga At present
the girls and young men of any neigh
borhood have no place to so except the
moving picture theairae and worse
Why should the school bulMlngs prop
erty of the people stand like purpose
less tombs from sftsrnoon to mornlns?
Ths greatest social workers throughout
ths nation have been aroused by 'his
tuggtstlon snd I am confident that an
other year will And the legislature In
every proerettvle. State psstlng sde
quate laws turning ths school buildings
Into social csntroa."
As a professional wom.'n Mrs. Shail
dan numbers among her singing pupils
the daughters of New Tsrlt'l most dlt
llngulsbed families. Carrying out her
life work of dsvotion to sjclololcal work,
shs puts sll Income over that covsrlng
her actual living expentee to good use.
She has many pupils who cannot afford
to pay for Instruction and hsr voice, re
markable In view of the feet that shs to
no longer young, Is still constantly In
demand for recitals, the proceeds f
which go toward some social movement.
Mrs. Sheridan hss had a remarkable
career. Her father, Jamas MseDonald.
was ons of ths lending men in Georgia
at the time of the civil war. Too old
to ssrvs In tbe field, he gave all his
property to the Confederscy and died
as poor st the poorest "Cracker" In the
Sta'ta From girlhood Mrs. Sheridan
devoted herself to the Improvement of
aoclal eondltlont among the people of
her own Stats. Instead of seeking
persons! fame and fortuno on ths con
cert or operatic stags, she travelled from
one Georgian village and town to an
other, often using freight trains or rid
ing mule-baok, giving recitals and turn
ing almost every dollar over to one to
clological cause or another. It wat
through htr voles and untiring drvvllon
that the "'rst funds for tbe establish
ment of Ui i now famous Martha Horry
Industrial School In Oeorala were raised.
. llu;!luilJ, ber work abroad, Mrs.
liheild'iu studied under Jea Ie KVKe,
wno ured bSf to go intii operu Mho rS
fusnd to consider It, preferring to give
hsr wlos for the raising of funds for
different social movements. She be
oame the c.oe.- friend of til lavUrsi mu
sical, i Use i and arliili people of tbe
wdrld, and her apartment Is tilled with
mementoes of theca friendships.
Mr. and Mrs. SherM i.'i were married
:. Atlanta In 1! He It an arohlteat
md ill core tor. In recent yeans, owing
to the net ire of hie vailing and hera
thsf WsTs inimh apart.
iiig u elicio-'. LtgatlffS CtMcetate
i -UX REtneVCS CO.VSTIPATIC ..
regulates ths stomach and bowela
stimulates the liver and promotes
djgsetlsa. Oecaf far paaag asm aid.
tarn, aas ass saa as aU as ass lets.
IS AGAIN JAILED;
Leader Recovered From llhvss,
Declares Militancy Will Go
On Until Vote Is Won.
MKDON. May to -Mrs Bmsllns
Psnkhurst. ths militant suffragette lead
er, who waa released from Ho 11 away
Jail on license on April IS owing to ths
serious condition of hor health arising
from her "hunger strike," wss rearrest
ed to-day when shs was leaving the
house where shs hss been slaying at
Mrs. Pankhurst's ability to leave the
aouss where er-e had been convalescing
was aparently accepted by ths auths.l
ties as evidence of her complete rector
atlon to health. She was formally ar
raigned at Bow Sfeet police court tblt
afternoon and ordesed by the) Magis
trals to bs taken to Helloway Jail to
complete her Interrupted sentence
When she was arrested Mrs Psnk
hurst waa Just about lo enter, in com
pany with her hottest. Dr. Ethel Smyth,
and a nurse, a motor car belonging to.
ths Womsn's Sootal and Political Union,
In which shs was going to drivs to tbe
weekly meeting of the militant organi
sation. During ths sollcs court hear
ing shs mads a long statement ta ths
Maglttrata to Ihs sffset that her health
was not yet restored, but the Magis
trate declined to take It lata sea
sldsrstJon. Ths House ef Commons passed a new
tow thla year known ae the "Chit aad
Mouse bill," permitting ths prison ae
inoriiies to release suffragettes suffer,
lag from the effects of "hunger strike
and at ths end of a short period to re
ar reet thmn without warrant and make
thsm serve the remainder ot their origi
nal sentence. Mrs. Pankhurst's lloenss
relessed htr for fourteen days, but It
was thsn extended In consequence ef
her feeble condition
Informed of tbs London newspaper re
ports that ths Woman's Social snd Po
litical Union Is about to abandon mili
tancy, Mrs. PanKhurst said:
'Ths resort to absolutely untrue.
Militancy will continue until the vale to
won. (Signed) RAN sCHV RST. "
ST. ANDREW'S, Soot lend. May IS.
Two militant suffragettes tried during
ths night to damage the golf links hare
and so Intsrfsre with tbs TtnlnnYPlsy
to-day for the amateur golf oharpplon
ehlp of the world. The womep ap
prosehsd tbs seventeenth green, where
they were Intercepted by fte olgbt
guards who have been oa doty la opn
sldsrabls fonts for ever a .wk owing
ts tbs threats uttered by some ef the
militant lead era.
Ons of ths women eaessed, but tbs
othsr wss oaugbt Sbt was liberated,
howsvsr, after being searched and was
not handsd over to the police.
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I To-morrow you
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comprised in this enormous outlet of our remaining coats.
Positively -the handsomest coat
models we have shown in many yean
l Think of actually
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BACK TO BED W
OTHERS FLEE FIRE
"What In Blazes Are You 'Both
ering: Me For?" He Asks of
His Would-Be Rescuer.
A small blase la an eM osal
order ths sidewalk SI Oen. Denial ft
Blrklss's home, at Ninth street aad
Fifth avenue, asrly to-day caused svsry.
body In ths four-story houss te be .,
routed out except Oen. Sickles. Ms eta
ths pollrs bs would ttay In bed. and
the firs reached tbe boose they
Ths old vsult had been ueed far i
age purposes and was filled Witt
excelsior, straw la which bottles
pecked and such rubbish It Is i
ths fire started from an else trie
Ltsut Finn and Policeman Kaha at
ths Mercer street station saw sassfen
cnrntuT from ibo bassntsbt and, beBft
unable to reach It bscauee of ths Mga
picket fencs around ths house, weat ft
tho front door and added raps fresh
their alghtstlcks to ths ringing ef the
FraslsT Morsly and Ma wife, the ent
ered caretakers who Mrs la the snag
bassmsnt came running oat shesstag
with smoka Ths policemen want,
through ths houss arousing the aaatv
pants. All but tbs first Seer, Wwlsm
Is retained by Oen. Stoklea, baa Tssaa
Riohsrd Cbllds and wife lire aa ft
second ttoor; Kdward Dodge and Ski
wits en the third, and Charles Itpaft
aad wife on ths fourth. Oen. Stoktoafs
housekeeper stoepe la ths front at ftp
ground floor and Oen. Sickles kg the
The smoke from the are had til lad tbs
hallways and soms of ths rooms ot tts
bouse before fte policemen btgaa to
warn ths ten an la None of them attdsd.
a second invitation to get out, aad they
all wsnt to ths sidewalk, including the
General a housekeeper, with blankets
and quills thrown around them.
When Oen. Sickles failed to tap sir
Llsut Finn went to tbe back parlor and
pounded on tbe door until there waa a
"Lieut Finn, ef the Bailee Depart
ment'' replied Finn as hs opened the
door, walked in. formally snjatsd aag
continued: "I have las hoaor te rtport.
Oeneral. that the houss la on ftrel"
"In the cellar. Oansral "
"What ths bleats ars jtta bothsrtng
me for, thsn?"
"Bui ths house to full ef smoka
"I don't glvs a (It sounded like daret-'
I taws smoka t sat It I don't wdat le
be disturbed at this hour at ths morn
He stopped to the floor, care fully fell
erund sad. detecting no algae ef sent
rolled back under the covers.
"Oh, h II" shouted the General. "Plbk
stay hera If the flams come up laity
the bouse you can notify ma Now fat
oat and don't botbsr ma"
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nf xt Friday, you know. Hera
tn wnn ki m1m.
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