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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER t6, 1919.
HUNT MAN WHOSE 'FIRE' CRY CAUSED L0SS0F75 LIVES Cahtmet. Seen of Ptmc Disas ter, Mounting Victims while Police Search. ON12 FUNERAL FOR ALL. Fifty Children AmtoiiR Those Killed Wilson Not to Order Federal Inquiry Asked. CAM-MET. Hie.. Br- .actives end loom esltee n rrutklng h Mf aearcn te-dv far the men who cried "Are ' at the Ces-tmnxaa fnvtlvnl at Italian 1 1 All on Ctirerlmne Bee. starting psnic thst eued the toH of ecventy flv. llvss. dfty "f th. victim. blm children. The men Is described M of heawy brtltal UK) wearing batrd ft) a MJMMM Issued thin forenoon ProeMleng, Moyrr of the Western redeem Hon of Miner denied that he had stated that ls man nM a mam bar el tlM CUlleo' alliance, a antl-strlka organlaatlun In tMe city. "1 du not blame any member at th men nation named (or what Bite liap peneS. ' Moyer Mid. "If suah "Ui ircuhe had occurred among the wive. and oh I Id re n of member, of tbs Cltlaan.' Aillsi.re, there would have beati mot. iu:e and poaaibly lyachlose la the atneaU of CaJaaiat." Woyer aald be wou d fcrtna; tlva wit netaea be lore ihe Coraaar'a Jary who woaiil ewear that rhe man wbe akoutnl "Are' wora dttsraa' AtMaaoa lde. hat that he would make no dtraot aoou Mnn. The rMaai f tae paat win burled lifittat, era roaeeaaian beareee. Th f aaaaal will ha haM CALUMET hVANTS NO AID tmOM OUTSIDE SOURCES. "With tha kind eat feallnaa for thOM wba offer H. w aak aa allna hala. Hieae are oar aara eole and thia la oar pr.vilasa to ear far oar dead aad to comfort aha mease " Tbl waa th maeeag that taaa ant oat to the world from fmlaaiat ta-da aa th final praaaraliooa war balnw mad tor th burial of tha victim But oeaaile thto ralMial of oieaaOe M oaaxnbuUoaa aaaaiaeaad tm aaar la. freatdent Mayor to-day baa) at hla dla aaaal mora dbaa faajaw for tha miof of tha famlua of tha vlotiaa To-day tha IdantlHoatlou of ail ex eptn.a throo of the hndlea that thrnuun out Chrletmaa Day lay In lona rows of th linprovkied tmuaue In th Town Hull i,l Ked iaeka vao complete.. The supply of taokola la Ckduaaat wae hauatod oarly lat nutht and more w, re .rdarad from BfUwawkaa. Twwnty-nve of i bom arrived early La-day aad th bodie at tbe morgua were taken to th hoinea of relaUe. A doapatoh araaa Waablnanaa ear -that tha reuueat to 1'roaldant Wllaoa by IrVee ijm Meyer far a r-wheraJ limatlcatloa Ireiinistanroi urrfaindluaj the horror waa forwarded to-day to th Pre Went M Pakj '-hriatian. JtlkM.. hy Hortary Tumi Jlty. Bocratarf of Labor WUaon al Watih- Mfjtoa u-day orAere.1 John H. Uena morc. Mulltltor of lb Uaaartatent, to i alutnet. to render aay aaalalaaon poa llhle In eettllnc th copper atrlke eltua tloa. The Chrialmaa Ewe tragedy, .he Herretary aald. h thought wae a matter far state m realisation. HOPE DISASTER MAV END THE COPPER MINE STRIKE. While four eeparate Invaatlvatbrna of the dlaaeter wrre being made to-day aad a d Innate wae being waged aa to who ehould bury the dead, peacemaker were at work la a aupram effort to bring about aa and to th oupper mln etrlke In tM rwglan.. i of the pp dtstvMt for United In their grief over the snuffing out of so many young Uvea the warring faction -mine operator, guasda aad strikebreaker aad the Bhrtrken union miners and thxdr friend gave no thought o the big labor battle that Indirectly . blamed for the most gruesome horror the history of Calumet There was attll a dispute over wheta ef the offer of th CMl sens' Alliance, aa oraanizatkia that has been considered hostile to the etrtkor to oaf nay all the i atrial expenses would tie permitted of - of the Western Federation of Sec lares that th offer would e "We win ears oar our own dead." wss the rsapoaae ts aha Alliance. UNLIMITED PUNOS PLEDGED FOR STRICKEN FAMILIES. Tbs feellag af hostility wua not eu marked to-day, whan It waa eeen thai the citlasne of Calumet and other o i ties la the axln dlatrtot war la earnest In their efforts to ralae funds for th strtesoa families. AJanoet un limited amounts of money were pledged by Balsa o wears aad mr o rants who have been opposing tbe sinkers. The liltai let. representing tbe operatoas went from house to houae to-day, eoaa for ting the surviving mmbr of families whose dear uaes were taken from them la the unnec essary panto. Following these committees wen others, and suggestions that peace be declared between the force reprst ing capital and labor war diplomau rslly expressed. After the funeral of tbe victim, it was canceled hy assay that the spirit o( right sill have bean burl freer the basse of the Stale oaee, she aaa as end 'a the Inks strife whteh has rld with Hi ajstslrgo and f too SfittZttAjm MEN FELL SmmmW II' 1 9 I i jr.- Hi I INEZ RORRE.RO lve Of the trikiT, will prevail CALUMET DISASTER SOT A MATTER FOR FEDERAL ISQI IRY. ' WASHINGTON, le-. Id. No Ke,le ral Invratlgiitlon Into ttie Chlumal (afloS.1 panic horror of Wclneeday ' night will he Inetltutrv!. aoeardlng to a telegram eent hy Secretary of LhhOf I Wlleon to Preelilrnt I'hatlea II. Moyer of tbe Weetern Kederallon Of Minora to-day. In which the t'aninet official : expreaaed the opinion tti.it the glMataf waa not In any way connected with Ihe I atrlke situation. I Hccretary Wllaon'a talagram to Mover I waa aa followa- l wi, ahookod by PSVf telegram I and the accounta In the preaa of the lerrtble dlauatrr which occurred In Cal umet. My avmnatlilea out to the ! famlllea of lha men, wonien and cMl drn who were aacrin-el In the crush. I It la almost lnoononvg,bl0 that any fine could be eo Inhuman am to plan ailcb a cataatruphr, toi waet'irr it a,ik planned or the result or tna1l ioua inla chldf, I hope tbe facte will he promptly brought In lltfht. Trmn Ihe meagre Information as yet In my possession, It would appear to he purely a alalutory crime, solely within the Jurisdiction of the pollen powers of the State and not In any wuy connected with tbe strike allaatlon. I cannot con ceive of such a connection existing. I am, however, sending the Soil . llor of this Depuxunenl, Mi. John II. Iiens mi.re, to ChlUflset for the purpose of rendering any assistance iusslble In clearing up the situation." SAYS CHRISTMAS TREE FIRE CAUSED PANIC. I OmCAOO, !ec at.- Mia, Hrace M - j Arron of CaJumi t, Mich , arrived In I'lilcago from her h one to-day ami I .all alio knew poaltlvely that the i..r of the man coming to the head uf the stair, and shouting "Klre!" in IsalbM Hall, whore V0Bty-tWa persons wore trampled to denth, waa not true. "The alarm uua given right In Ihe hail." end Miaa MeArroa. a uui hla tarted on tn, Ohrl. uia tree and some una lit the hall tried 'Klre!' Then there waa a Bed rush for the doors." Miss M' -Anon Was a former pruof reader In the MtmlCan Senate, und la now etenogtapnei uir tue moukiiiou County Oread Jury 1ST eetlgjg ting tin copper inluera' atrlke She Is on ln-r way to iMiiislug to eee the Mu-iiik.u Attoiney-eilneral In connection with the Otfnnd Jury work. CHUM OEAdTeSIDE HER WHEN SHE AWAKES School dir! Visiting for Christina Makes UiiCiivery When Isht Calls Her Priend. Whin Jennie Oordohi n elghieon- yeur-old high a Boot girl or rmtcnogus. I,, awakened this morning; arel turned to awaken her chum, or lit O. linker, with whom she ha1' kMD gtMPUIfi she found th other girl dead. The two girls, who were of the some axe. were Stayln. Ir. th Baker home with little Maurice Mak er, thirteen year old. The falher of the dead girl. Maurlre Baker had returned to Wie Hluo I'olnt Life. Having Station of which he I aeccmd officer, the pre ceding afternoon Mrs tinker la Vlalllng In Ireland. On Chrltma night the two girls and Miss Baker's little toother atlendtd a moving picture ahow. Later they had a party in the Baker home Then, al 11 o'clock they went to hed. Ihe two girl. In one hed and the little boy In another room When Mlae Hordon awakened this morning she shook hnr friend, an.!, getting no response, ran for the neigh bor Death l supposed, to hv been du to in ait rit erase Bled la III aleep. .peels! U l li 1. .i .i.l UwrlU nk.w HAVBN, Conn,, Doc. tr ibal l Treat, the hulldrr of New Ha ven's J. nan i en .ourt house and W ho bad Just started wnrk on the tl,'.ntU00 poet-ofttcs here. dld In hts sleep tarly to. day He spent Christmas with hi. grandchildren and n.ul apparently never no n.yl uppaienlly isaila. bu in hlli hai i 'n niirn nuiArn imiia . blVtb UANbLK KINli ON SHIP, BUT LETS HER PAY THE DUTY Rich Brazilian Gets Short Fare well After Inez Borrero Faces Customs Charges. Whether the rude custom men blasted a romanr on th arrival of Ihe Majestic waa still In doubt to-dar, but tbl much le known. Mis Ines Borrero of Barcelona, who before she daaaled London with her tango, was a tip-top tiptoe art lot la Lew Klelds'a company, was the otar la the cesium aanemg en the ahtp after the Christmas Ere dinner. I'ampllio Xavler. a wealth? young tlraailUn and a student at Oeurgetesm University at Washington, fell aa Im mediate victim to the dancer' charms. (In one of her shapely fingers he placed a diamond and ruby ring worth tSut, a family heirloom. 1-ater In th evening "Pampy". as he called htm, gave her a W bill and a chock for an unrevealed amount, taxi by tht lime everybody n ard waa talking about the Christmas romance It s'aa understood that the twenty-year- old millionaire had fallen on hla knee Im truly ,vn n style and poured th ,,rr"t ' Mm tov ln, " wW,n ear. When asked If he had been ac- rcpled h aaM. noa-com..ilttally : I'erhap." Borrero was mora positive. jcl.lly when Ihe customs men stopped , her aflsr Ihe ship's arrival yesterday and asked to aee the ring, which they allied at !. They made her take it off. too. Klrat, she protested, then ah argued, toll ed. smiled and finally rs- eorird to woman', mast powerful weapon, tems Th customa men war unrelenting, however, even after being assured It wss an engagement ring. So then she went to where "Pampy" stood hid hi baggage and aald something lo him In Bpanl.h. Next .he pinched his cheek, but he still .hook 111. head. 1'inallv he aald something like t's your ring now; the duty Is up to you " So she paw it nerseir. rtefnre leaving for th Prince Oeorg Hotel Mr. Xavler wa asked again If he wore engaged. "Perhaps," he replied with leee assur ance than before Miss Borrero was Mill certain, hut Hit male, I she wa. having too good a time Just now tn listen to wedding bells When shs left th pier .he waved I gosSby to "Pampy." and. departing PH the arm, of two young men who hadn't even heen Introduced to him. shs promised to telephone huu aa soon aa she got to hi i loonier a noine. ,. alls USUI "" ,!" address to Ui re porters. TAXI KNOCKS POLICEMAN OFF HIS FIXED POST Tnoinpsnn Tries to Escape, Is Captured After a Chase. but James Thonuon, Iwsnty-slx year, old. a chauffeur of No. auT Wsst Oa Hundred and Fortieth street, was ar it sled early to-day after bl t.xlcah hud knocked 1'ulkeman Abraham Cuheu from In. "fixed" pa.t at Tb.rty- p. i, Mi .tree! and Broadway. He I. i longed with ruckle, driving and with bav dig A man on the seat with him. A. . jidinx to I'oik email Coheu th taxi cam sviulh at a good rat of apced and on of ihe mud guard knocked blm to the street. When the chauffeur aaw tin. policeman bowled ever he tried lo get away, according to Cohen. Police whistle, war aoundad and nightsticks beat a tattoo on the asphalt and at Thirty-eighth street and eleventh avenue Thompson was captured. Ttie polli'o'tvan suffered front -ut and uruiaos, but remained on duty. AND BIND THEATRE GUARD; GET $2,000 hour Armed Bandits Strike Down Orpheum Watcivman , and Tie and Gag Him. Vour masked men rose from ths ehadops of th balooov seat as John Hind, night watchman In the Orphean Theatre. No ! Keel Ktrhty-aHth treat, made hit rounds about 2 jn o'clock this motnlrig. The light of Kind lan tern eicem revolver In their hands. A gruff vo oxammanded: If you make a aound I'll shoot " Rm.l halted, wnlls one of the men stepped behind him. Then there ram i resiling blow nn hi head and he dropped eenseksa to th ftoot A terrific pain in hli hes.l, sn trh In hhi wiisrs and ankle and a sensation of l latens ooM seek him up. Hind waa lying la a little store room an tha lag. floor of tha theatre about im feet from the ground. Through an open window, a euld wind was whipping drop of tsln Into hla far. HI bends were bound lightly behind hi back, aaothsr rope held hla anklea tightly and hi mouth we Muffed with handkerchief. The watokanan waa almost belpleo. but ha found be could wiggle hie leg. II lay a steam pip which rose I through the floor By rubbing hla legs agalnot It be finally frayed the card that held hla aak lee until he woe able to break It by a euddaa kick. Hla hand 1 were still held tight, but hla I worked loose ha hi mouth aad by work- ' ' la hla tongue and contorting hi fees ' ; ha finally spat It out. He crawled toward tha open window and cried for help. I Again and again he yelled, hla vole' growing weaker with each effort. He, did not know whether he wae heard for he wss toe eahaueled to rale hlmaetf aad peer out ihe window. Finally ha fainted. tn lha etreet below Policeman Co, of a,, area wt,tv-elaiith etreet etarinn. heard Oka Srst err but could not tell whence It came, lie rapped far help and l Policemen Whlttell, H hater and O'Con nor Joined Mm. They finally located tha ciiee in tbe upper window of the theatre ootid Ing. They tried tha Eighty-sixth etreet entrance and found It locked. There la another entrance tn Third avenue and they wont there. The door was open. With matches they searched Sat S way upatalra and entered the little room where Rind toy aeneojeea. They un bound hi band and chafed aad rubbed them, glassed him an tha cheat and worked ever aim till hla aenaea i turned. Then they heard tha story of lb four masked bandits. Hind led the way osok downstair aad switched nn th light. In tha prom enade behind the oroheotra chair, lay th safe of Aaron Bernstein, the houao manager. It waa on Ha sWs and It had heen rlpisrd open with a "oan opener." Its content lay scattered about th floor, but a hag In which Mr. Bernstein had put about li.OOU before he left th theatre, wa gone. 1.1 eut. Ttobo, In charge of the detec tives of the Base. Eighty-eighth street station, examined the aafe without finding a elngle finger prist. He de cided the burglar, must have uood glovea. COUNTESS NURSES DOGS. Had Brief Paeseee aa 'Cabby' Then nn Barber Ibep. PAHIH. Dec. M. The Count da la Querlvlvre, wb In 1M7 asse.red as th first woman cab driver In lbs afreets of Pari, has since then twice changed her profession " After a brief success aa a "cabby," the count, who at one time was very wealthy, but I. now forced to earn a living, became a barber, assistant She then opened a barber's aha on tier own account, but this venture did not is st long. A few neon the ago a third thange took place and the C'ounte.a be came a nuree in a Part, hospital for dog, cabs and bird. AGED 109, ATTENDS FEAST. Eastland' oldest Wasann Frealdee at Pan' Wedding Bresfcfsat. LrONUON. Dec. M--r.ngl.nd'. oldest woman, Mrs. Hebe, cs Clarke, aged ltd. of Woodgraen. near Lemdon, pr.d.d yasterdsy at th wadding breakfast of her bob) eon Harry, aged sixty-seven Cold weather prevented her from at tending the wedding. At the hreakfnst she prop sed th health of thr newly married maple, at the tint slice of wedding cake and re cited a few vet.es of bcr own compos'- ion about her p.t dug, that .he held n her arms. Hh concluded rh eventful ley wltb a Chrletioaa dlnaer party In tbe ei coins- EXHIBIT FANCY FOWL cats t tome to the Pnaltry Show West Week. The Iwenly-Afth annual Poultry dhow began to-day at Madison Square Garden with phenomenal attendance. hi. hi thousand chlck.ti. plgeone. waterfowl and cage bird, oecuui d all the exhibi tion space in Ihe cordon. O. U. Tllley, the Connecticut naturalist, wanted te und two oet riches but the offer was declined because when it was received gygry lneh of apace bad already heen assigned, Tlio ';,( Show will be made a part Ol th- Poultry Show nsxt week on Tues day and v euneeaa. wun mo largest sssoi-ureut ui felines win, li has ever been gathered under one roof in Hue country. .... "liautwtl ai'lsIIMS-.' nnlv lli.t i, LA XATIVriimiM,lTlXlNlt. o-1 U s-iis'trvi SCHMIDT IS A SANE, CLEVER CRIMINAL, SAYS DR. M'DONALO Alienist Declares unwdtefl Slayer Is Putting Up Bluff al Being Mentally Unsound. ' Pr CSthM P ItSSDoWdldi T lalltl ., mental atel nervous disrates, roflllnhl hy the Slst to prove thd inn!:i Of Hans 5chmldt. T'ie , onfessed murderer of Am. a Aumueliei, folav gave II a h'. nainlon that iclimlrtt war saie. na shoniminat lajant&y ami waa in cJov- . eret ami most cunning . rimlnar' thj I aSyaaakan had lllll Hi The nwr;Jonn n. . otr r.n. painters, o. -a. not In response to tha ueual hypo-, wmimi aaiaaaiaa ho, oineoi rir sir- I'nnald's d'rert examination hy Assist-1 ar.t DtaVUt Attorney Dalehan . I found lilrn itnueually Intelllgen:. " I arid In Ma. lMinald. well edu.-at.-d and well read At flrtet he bungled, in my opinion, hi effort te prove himself in- eerie hut lie rapidly learned the eaaen tlal. of to nd .darted MMStU to ZT . m j, . rA, rA Thedefene had prepaid s H,IN word, hvoothetical uuestjon which waa to t , ZIZi .. . .. ssa cotf'luelon of Dr. Macllunald's cose-i examlnatinn. POLICE HUNT JOY RIDERS WHO KILLED WOMAN Continued from Ftrat Page.) when they reached Slrty-olrth street and started across to the eubway kiosk on the went aide of Broadway. CoL Harvey, being unBnksded. hur ried into th kloak ahead of th others He thought thy wore close behind, and a train being ready lo pull out ha jumped In. thinking they were follow. Ing. H returned to the boo apartment Ignorant of tha tragedy that bad oc curred only a few feet over hla head. Tbs maroon Umouetn was oonttng Sown Broadway at good speed, eorao nay thirty mile, an hour. That part ef lbs street bos boon known for some tira aa a oort of "reoe course" for autcmotrirurts. especially on a rainy hbjTbt when motorcycle aoUcemea ar not .uppo.sd le be aa huay a at other time. Harry Oohen of No sTf Wait Seven tlath street and Joseph Jacob of No. Bl West Sixty-a lath street wore "tend ing a tew feet away and saw tha Mg ear bit the couple behind the umbrella and knock thorn many feat. They alee aaw th women la the Hmouln rise up, but tbs oar was goes In a flask and they could not aay wsethar any thing was said to th chauffeur or not. At any rata be earned to speed up and aaa soon lost In the darkness. Coming at a good clip behind w. a t.xlsab owned hy Maurice Warahewasy of No. IB West One Hundred and Twelfth street and driven by Harry Da Forrest of No. SB Bast One Hun dred and Thlrty-elffhta street Ha had a man and a woman a passenger. Cohen and Jocose shouted to him, but he eu faUowlnn the Bmouln .0 cloaely b could not atop aad tha taxi ran over both Loo and bl. wife Do Forrest stopped and aided Police man Cringle, who was on axed poa block away, to carry th man ana woman Into tha .belter of the subway kloak, where Dr. Do Pass of Poly clinic Hoapttal mads a hasty examina tion, then burrted them to that Insti tution. Mrs. Loo's two rrnaeelete were found tn the street, but her pearls ware etlll around her neck. A gold meah bag ah carried waa seen In tha street aner me accident, but when th policeman want lo look for It It had dlaapponrsd. Both Mr. Le end hi. wife were un wneoloue and h died before ah could be placed on the operating taUn He became conscious long enough to tell hi. name and address and ask If his wife waa hurt. Col. Harvey wa. notified and almost rollapasd. H. .aid he aaw aa aoon as th train he had taken started that his daughter and her husband had mieeed j It. but thought th best way to rejoin I them waa to go to their apartment tn I Ihe Fanwood tn Bast Seventeenth street i and wait for them. Mr. Lee's fir! husband wa Conv'.ll Arnold, who died In tStf, Ther ar td children. Convlll Arnold Jr. thirteen yoar old. and Frances, seven. Three years after Arnold', denth hi widow married Mr. Lee. They war devoted to each other, and the children nive their etopfsther almost a much aa I they did their own father. OTHERS KILLED AT THE SAME CROSSING. After the Occident De Forrest went to the West sixty-eighth street station i ml toid hi tory to Ueut. Qulnn. H said he tried to get the number of the llmaustn. but could not make It out because of the way ths tall light wa arranged. II. wa. not arrested. On Th.nkaglving Day Jo McKlttrlch. a blind nwadealr. wag .truck at Slaty- ixth street and Broadway by an auto mobile and died from hie Injuries A good Samaritan who was leading him serosa lb suset at the time waa eo In jured he else died. Pblllp Clark, a res taurant keeper et Slxty-eixttt street and Columbus avenue, aaw th ac.ident and It mad. him nervous Two night later an automobile mlseed him st the same soot hy only a few Inohss, and lbs next a- was found dead In bed. rite ,juctor aald th aback had probably I killed blm. The subway kiosk la so situated on I th a. (Id. of the a-reet al that cor I nt. thai msnv TM,ranr, sten from bs (ess: n.l I. .llrecltv tn from f eapdlv mov i tomobii unpor nUI0L E TRICKS Titini r an : h inilULL Knocks QUI Two Poiicenien, RUIW Over Driver, an J Dodges Automobiles, Twd new trorld! rhumn nn. sere di rovsred to-day is result Of a runawav !r Lafayette street. Conrad Uieeiei. Ma ."-To Palisade ave nae V.o llotirtken. N .1.. I asarded lb t.tl. of fleet "rul.bwrnei k ' of all th known aid HhSflOWn earth. llkwnr. Hos, o, the .loll eery horse Of "IM rnrawt, waninrei s rne pnw inc. rnnawav. llos -o (or rvhstevet- Ills nsme 1st took It Into his liammer-lo-sd ro run nwav st IJaV o'clock this afte-noon when Mresler removed the feed tav from tlio eiiif mussle. Themeforward noaco s prodigies :: He ran three-quarter of mile dire., vlolailur, of al, taw. of physic, particularly the one relating T spot a the same time. II kno- ked Mil one noHcem.n with a deft kick on the ankle. Ho knocked Brealer down and ran two wheels of th wagon over Brealer'. 'neck, thereby efff i-ttiallv silencing a string of insistent "Who!" He tOMOd off a mounted ", op' with a I frisk of hi. head. He loped thrnugh the tanx'.e of rat tra'ks, street curs, subway 'tations, automobiles, delivery vans .rid shop pers wherewith Astor place 1 tortured and finally brought UP .gainst a Jam of wagons at Tenth street. Winded but .till In th rars INJURED TWO MEN AT THE SAME TIME. Th discomfiture of Bree'.er a:il th. flr.t policeman. Georg. U O'Connor, oc curred at practically the same moment . . te. .no. I nr.. .troof ttnth RUNAWAY DOES SOM IN TRAFFI 'ro,""'v:. r .:i n-h.'ro.i.nt. m b. ' A -I mZi Tina rt-nT hors howled Breeler over .ml th r.ght side wneele tracked directly over the hapleaa man', throat. At the ram. moment the policeman received a kick on tne ansae tn.i , km , Hancock County. and left film there, writhing In pain. j Breeler osrea hi. life to the fact that i he has a flexible nook and that be wa. j DROP IN MARRIAGE RATES, wearing three coats, each with tbe col- i lar turned up. champaign. Ill . Dec M. Christmas A horse attached to an empty dirt c.rt marrksgea ar cheap In Champaign to which Thorn. Maber was driving day. Juat.ce Smith posted a notice in down Third avenue Jhla morning tn hi stable at No. SW East rortteth etreet took fright and bolted at Klghtleth .treat. The cart humped against an elevated railroad pillar and Manor was thrown out. Hie head was cut and he got Internal Injuries. t The hores kept on, and at Seventy ninth street struck another pillar eo hard that he threw- hlma.lf off hla " and the cart wa. overturned. It frill end the cart wa. ov.rt on Mrs. Mary Chandler of No. 2SI Kaat Seventy-alnth etreet, who had alighted from a car and could not get out of tbe Dr. Moorhou cam from th Re- cantlon Hospital and dressed . cut on Mrs Chandler'e head. She wae oth.r- lea unhurt. He took Mwnei to tne"' mnvu icam yr-o.-ruaj, siii.na tmr hospltsl. NEW GRAFT WITNESSES UNDER EXAMINATION Later They Arc to Be Called to Tes tify on Campaign Con tributions. District-Attorney Whitman said to day he was examining a number of wit. neseea on campaign contributions who are to appear later In the John Do proceeding. He wa. asked whether he would have before him Charles F. Dillon, formor Secr.Ury of the Stat Highway Communion. "No." h. replied, "beeau.e as I un derstand It Mr. Dillon ts not In a con dition to talk to-day " Dillon collapsed on Tuesday last after testifying lief ore the Orand Jury. He had been giving testimony In reference to the H.bM contribution to tli Iienio cratlo State campaign fund In 1912 by Madison Aldrich, a Poughkeepsl. con tractor. Aldrlch's contribution followed a talk outside of the door of State En gineer Beneel . omce. 0ovEr$ LUNCHEON INNER UFFER HAVE YOU TRIED IT? Makes Hot end Cold Meets Testy A Fine Naiad Drrsnwg and Fish Aauce bp adding vinegar. SSId by Itellenteeeen A (ireeerv Mieree IS CUNTS, SUCA1IV TO t'SK. DIED. HOWASTH.-Oa Dec. (I. 113. t Wl residence, tail C'lsremont sv . In his fifty-fifth ysar. JOHN' HENItV MOW AIITH. bslsvsd husband et M.ud K. Howsrtb. lntsrmeat Oreenwood. lll'tLSUt. Suddenly, oa Ore IS, A B 11 A HAM I,, nrvi.mi st Harlem llnapltjl. register clsrk ot Hsrlsnt Hnspltal and r'oun.n CemfssndM o' llsllywdod camp. Ms. il. W. o w. Kemalna st Thomas O'MIIIFl 'ansra' parlors. U-'ul 7 1 Is av. None of funeral hereafter. Tlr.KN lit Ob He. . 3a. llgTBR WARf KATIVITV TIKKNKT runeral Saturday. Her. '.-;. fulemn requiem maes .Jn la ths rhapel of Ihe New Trk roiindllug Hospital. - 1 - LOST, FOUND - REWARDS. - I Utllf Uandbsa touuinlua luseln, end tata-ea til'i u l Slid isk '-aid. sla a, SaS Si. six hurt by crash 0F TRAINS IN STORM ''4SSC"l'r in C.lrjllision ;it Syrai-t hili' 1 li'.tvv S.fli rw . . nr"' - i .r .oi svi-.Acrsi:. X, v. Dee, ai.-Durin a heavy MoWMonn whlcti ia. d kei Mil" to-day litem i renr-end eo' IbBkn in tne Xe-v lforh frn-rnl rrd :hal r "tilted in hi' in mr- of six pi-r. "-ie Md a Big I is. ,n t'crcnnti.lls., BIHl I lumber, Throe frotghl nan "hpti from the iMiii iraln when :.t Mtifar train Ho, 3, batltld east, came Alnntc and crashed into taem. The frr.rn; ftfl .r,. b.-idlv dariiagerl and their contents war. itrown along tn irtu kg, Ofgai Wiles, mglfitrf o? ths passenger train, was th. most seriously Injured ul the six. He COUld sec but a HUM WSJ ahead because si I .mi snow. TtlS snowstorm ws. or.. of the most severe tb.t has struck Syracuse In many years. Nine mrlies SSVSPtd the group 1 at dayJlffht ami the feather were Mill fal lag Train on Ul XSW Turk Central and, Uelawate. laickaw 'anna .nil Wt stern were behind time and tnere was SOU sld-Val.le troUbfs to tinf'lc on the local troltey .md inter. irbin lines. Tlio Nl-iijure power sytrtn al-o suffered t-i a certain extent. 10,336 TAILS TURNED IN AFTER BI6 RAT HUNT One Terrier Kills Over 2,000 Pimm1 Five Weeks' War on Pests. ill FXWOtaAT, O. Deo. 3S.A Ave wes,V rat hunt In I'nlo.-i Township ended la-: night, when tlie SIS men and boy. en gaged in '.h SOBtSSt producrd 10.;: td rat tails, which wer counted hy tli Judge. The loser. In the contest gave I transfer of Joe Tinker from th Cln a Jtlnner for the wlnnei. .cinnatl Baseball Cluh lo the Dodger. One of the moat remarkable ngurisi' ln Imminent danger of going up In in the slaughter was a .mail rat te.-rlci owned by J. M. llartman. More than two thousand tails were taken from th. terrier, Which rsosrd of thirty rati In one Another township hunt I. on, and it Is believed that when th aeries of ro:. tests ha ended SO.nofJ rate will have his window offering to unit, loving I couple, for thlry-.ghi cent. Jisstloe Ooffman glimpsed at the notice and posted another, offering lo effiriat. for nothing. Not to be outdone, Justice Armstrong announced that he would perform the ceremony free and give a present to each bride. REBELS DYNAMITE TRAIN: ...... ZZ . T . A ILL 34 r EulSKALfi. Washington. Dec. M. Word ... . . thnl x Urge forco of revolutionist, on 1 the National Hallway, sixty mile, north : of S.n Lui. Potosl, dynamited a K,-d ty-iour renerais. i ram Luis Potoel is suspended north of San It Is report- ed that the situation at T.impico i unrnangea. I hlllp M -Iji ixhlin and his mold for whom Inquiry was made by the State 1 epnrtmerit, are reported to h. safe at Chihuahua. eupsyort month. r 1 : r A our efforts in giving you FUBE. WHOUU WWnwu wjww. SOME CANDY at a fractional Specials to Welcome in the New Yoar Special for Friday, Dmc. H rilOCOL tTSI COTstBBll B-1-PMISre A eellerllon at rheeelate eeeered .west, the! letredeeee aer number el eleeetas oeatres i mVBMM MM ) i " f Spaciali for Friday and Saturday rHoc.iATg rx.vr.fJtl fi I VJJLV-SEIH. ll&iLJPtSS rr-r-rrnMiNT. Th ets iece ierj1. VlTT t jojt rtek. ...M, I hoe.ls4aw -US aas.Uc JJJ" HjTf user ereaa. eealree. Aa eld feverlU isxp hi aCss Vl tUlW TiT that always bH.se '- aklll Is ceaSr erxoTle reeaefVle far oleeeures. Oar eessUu- SSe Q. 5. imtmliiSi ffssee ef shot gn S Sufgattion for Friday and Saturday I i Hi, i III ATK rOVSBBU MA- I I Mil H ranrni I Aa laeane. isft world of leiu.e r. vjfffJIsa H MD BOX 07 rrk Mew, f erllsaSt, lilSth Mraat. UUS flreet aad Brooklyn Uteres Open Tree BWenteg I mil IP .'Hack, ill Oer Slav. Open Sstsrder Bveelags t'Btll It e'l leeli S AJtCI.AV HTKF.ST -J"L WstBrsws SB est delayed mail drove SUITOR TO SUICIOE J 'yi M.irJIy Col J When i'xxv.it I il.r l-'r. .til ?! .VlK'.irt r . . Arrive. Tlio f.i I that Albert Ighwlnsdf, n Co. mo laflt 'holl tlttTej : -a;!, at-. ,,n, allien hlSMSlf l4y In : 'l -:,g hsus al X . 41 W litehitt ' ( , id .1 ..mi ilur nn- Invrest. to- . it IMH RlTfl in X,-w Rut the lllll d gains nw Irttefisl ream Ihe fa t ." !i Would not have hnrprnctl had n letter which waa recrlvrd lb lodging rtousj o-,i-i rearmed there rrstefOtay Schwinxer -arne here front It. no.er i Hill iw .i-s ago. a'.tor t q inrje' -la hi ewe-'tli, a-t. M.na ller . mm rrlaUvei m rtomr be lagrnod snofi tin,,. .i, t it ho Im' not mat ned, and be de'r:.i I to ante ami . -k bei lo Uirt-' the Pgtl ami a'l'W ni t rel-.ir!: Id ItSnOVet and rld'ttl her hsntj, "I mad. up nr. mlfd.'' he told John Dclventnjl, the proSHotOf. who knew about the girl In Hirnrany, "that I would wall until itirlgtma, Then if i dot boar i would know ohe imd for gotten mo. The letetr didn't conn ," rielventsjl uio.1 to enliven Rebwinssr and inany drlfibk wrr oofi Mimed ra th pi'.iii-s. When BrhWlaaer retired h,- appeared t , be almost cheerful, Bui he w.i, lottnd dead In t.-.i at noun tg-day With a pistol. In li s band and a . bullet In his head. Two hoUrs later letter arrived from Mina rHfSrl asking blm 10 conic hum ami man y her. FEDERAL LEAGUE OFFERS TINKER $12,000 SALARY ReporiSd in Chicago llr.it Kx-Matj,-.iRtfr of KeJs Will Sign Willi Uutlaw.s. ' j OHICAOO Dec. It.Tb l'j;.0l smoke. The famous short, top, .ftei he had threatened to back out of the ileal ' . sasaeal ases n.t h,mIi.m, Inilmnea .- iha SaSaeal 1 ...... sau. ., .... .ei.. ,. unofficially announced that Ttnbe. would sign with tint outlaw organise tlon. President Ollmore, .fter an In terview with the former Cub. .aid that he ha,l met Tinker, demands If Tinker signs with the Federal, .t I. understood her that he will re ceive IK.O0O a year to manage oa ef the clubs in the new circuit as wss as getting a big piece of .tack In th organisation. noonoyc Bins it unnv UOOUnilC DA UP Ml IfUllR i , , asiirpei-e-i aiaaa j Ijk AN I If EST 8 AT OR intbsilgnisil James K. McGuire Put on Stand lrefue; to Waive Im inurtitv. M.HA.NV. IK-.-. : - Jame, K. MoOalre Sew Hrocbrli took tne witness otsi i I. 1st to-day the csrusia nignwa: ar Tig before Colon IsiSUSr James t o irne. McOulre refused to aigu tt) Isimuglt) waiver, no .; waa decided to qucstiei hjnl 0ny resa,rJing his ..plia'.t Je:,l with Carlisle. STEAMSHIPS DUE TO-DAY. Cnrttyha sTa1taa Moro Caetl Bavaaa ti i .u i Tree Mark 1 (An cAppreciation TANDINC at tits throehold af Has dawn ing Now Yoar, we deei In thanSt YOU and sash as aesr aMmwa far lias Mrsppal given us during th paat twelve Ws ar Indeed glad t Brass that saris af tknt charged by other, have mot with yosar es precietion. W sr. Witt these glorious Snav. dale so s fitting tribute tn ths parting year, which wo truot ha boon ens si jjnsnsHly and happinass far you all. Spatial fotSaturda Dec. 27 wna i sesxeie weeps sweet SoSTSJi NIT CLUST vattets ef Useerted aa neaseslle ase mest. buweh fsetb'. soil Lienx rrem- Se .m.I. I- . vee aeteJn. eja " rot tn mox Jf ajrv SOU MHOtDtTAV csnajssi . ee aW' uwaswai n - is