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TH1 W011D, IATV1DAT, JAUVABT 14, ltl4. J OVERTURNED AUTO TRAPS WOMEN IN MUD FILLED DITCH 'Five Persons Injured When Machine Skids on Ice and Goes Into Hole. CAR IS TOTAL WRECK. Four Taken to Hospital After Midnight Accident on Pelham Parkway. Automobile parti who had gone for lata auppra to SormanU'a road house. Whit Plains Road and Hal ham Parkway, ruahad from the plaea early tbla morning wban a tarrlflo craah on tba road outald waa fol lowed by aorta in of woman. Chauf 'ura watting In thalr cars outald he Inn Jolnad th rescuers, and nil ' uahad on bundrd yards down th oed to an overturned automobile renting In th water of a ditch tan feet below tb road'a level. Ffbm th wrack a man waa crawl ing, and on tb around nearby lay a girl, seoseleaa. From under th car cam smothered calls for help and th sbrtsks of women. Tb man, who waa daad, ataggared to bis feet and "Help me! There are two women aad a man under that car." soor of man and women tot their bands on tb ear and by con- effort raised It, while other ethabed beneath It and drew oat man. ail MUUMO MOTOmtT CAWED FOR BY OmtRw. Injured motorists war taken to Fordham Hospital for Tba man who had told hi raseuara Xa was Paul J. Morant.-., oon- wtth aa OSAO at No. Wall taw owaer of th mschlno a waa alagandar Dun chempton bowler and ' at alloys In th Bronx at On Hundred and street and Boston read. at th women was bis wife, , twenty -six years old. An other waa Mrs. norone Tappln. wife f Polio Capt John F. Tappln of Mo. 41 at. Nicholas Terrace and tba third. Miss Emma Lowe, daughtsr of W. R. Lowe, proprietor of the Bronx Park Casino Mr. Morants said he, th Dunbars and Miss Lows dined at Hunter Island Inn, and there had met Mrs. Tappln, who was vtsltlna; her slater, Mrs. Arthur McLean, wife of the proprietor of the Inn. It was nearly midnight when they started back and Murnuts Invited Mre. Tapplu to accompany them. Tha three women rode In the to.i- i nsau whlls Dunbar rode In fr"t with i Morante. They were utmost at White Plains avenue, proceeding at ordinary speed, when a big llmoustne appeared In front Morsute was forced over to ward the ditch. When lie essayed to set back to the mlddlu of tho road. hla rear wheels were running user a shssl of Ice ami the w. skfcldsd Before he could right l(. it slid 01T the road, fell Into the Uluii tti.d toppled over. When Dr. Muth nnd Dr. Blskttul arrived frvm Fordham Hospital they fauad that Mia. Tappln wua badly hurt. Besides a broken rib and muuy cuts and oruisss aha had internal in juries. Mrs. Dunbar sustained a bro ken nose, was cut and uruised all over the body and suffered greatly from shock. She had been almost drowned while she east plnnsd under ths car. Miss Iajwh had her collar bono broken, lut her condition waa not asrtoua. Mor.inte and Dunbar had escaped with bud shaking up. had escaped with bud shaking ups. the hospital, where It sas said Mrs. Dunbar and Mrs. Tuppln were In critical condition, thoWKh the physi cians were hopeful they would re cover. PI6 TISSUE IS USED TO MEND A GIRL'S JAW Child Undergoes an Operation anJ Faces a Second to Overcame Malformation. BALT1MORK. Jan. 74 With a hinge made from tissue takSSj frorr a pig already on one aid' Of her Jaw, Delia Shoemaker of Washington. D. C eighteen month old, i Ldnir pre pared st the Union Protestant Infir mary for a similar opennion. which Is enpected to make her deformed Jaw as good ss new. The child's Jaw was of solid bone from birth, making It Impossible for her to move It. In the first operation the surgsons made sn Incision nnd cut ths bone of the Jaw where the new 'Joint" waa to he made. Then they rounded out one end of ths bone and made a socket In the other. A pises of pig tissus was then Inserted between ths bone to prevent their growing together and ths wound sassed nr. The sam process will be waa sent hsjvtt had Dancing WWWH L-Li--rvtnj- u inr-jj"L---L-----Tj-r--- And the Woman Assumes a Touch rijvJTJTj-tj-ruXfLnj.J i ' OOTTgO IHDICATS. TftE OLD POStTlOM Pen. onFSTSP THE NEW position. asm -SawawawaW SBBaV bTaI 1 I aassT """ Neither Partner Touches the Other in the "Innova tion" Tango, the Man's Hands Being Safely Stowed Awau in Hie Pockets All the Time and the Woman's Resting on Her Hips. "That Dance Is for Soul Mates," Comments a Spec tator of an Exhibition by the Castles, "for No Mere Ordinary Husband and Wife Can Keep Step by the Power of Auto Suggestion.' Bg Marguerite Mooert Marthall. It's so purer than the purest, this Innovation Tamo that the Vernon Castles danced at Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish's waits or the two-step, or eren the dear dsnce one ever heard of, before the Innovation, the dancing partners at least i touched each other's hands. But a goodly two feet of floor space separates the trip, pen of the touchless tango. It Is the ideal dance for Icebergs, surgeons In antiseptic raiment and militant moralists If they can do it. For as I looked on at Castle House yesterday after noon, it seemed to me that one salient characteristic of the Innovation, as compared with the old-stylo tango. Is the greater difficulty of the former. A woman must have excellent poise, and a eonetderebte experience to be her male partner white entirely ungutded by him. Stage dancers hare j often varied their steps In this fashion, hut I doubt f it comes easily to j the social dancer. WOMEN WILL OO IN FOR IT ALL THE MORE. On this very account the Innova tion, If it Is generally adopted, will doubtless Increase th dance mania. In an effort to master th solo steps i women will take more twenty-flve-dollar leasons, will devote more hours to torpslchorean practice, will talk, ,t Vion inil breathe tanso mora ,-iolpntly than ever. Reforms often have curloim and unanticipated by- product you never can tell how a , m jump. But whatever the ef- foct on health and purse of tho In novation Tango, Theology Is sure to bestow uon It a blaad and beaming smite. Now. Just what are the polnta of difference between the tango of yea- terduy and the tango of to-day T To the cursory observer the main i;rference Is that of position. This Is now Vernon Castle describe the proper position for ths dancers of ths old.stvle tango: "Ths gentleman should rest his hand lightly sgsinst ths Isdy's back, touching her with ths fin- rjsr tips snd wrist only, or. If prefer red. with ths inside of the wrist snd ths back sf ths thumb. Ths gsntlsmsn's left hsnd snd forssrm should bs hsld up In th sir parallel with his body, with ths hsnd sxtsndsd, holding tho Isdy's hsnd lightly on his palm snd between th thumb snd fore- "H. must know how to guide, snd JttM graxed big chest during those hi. hold must be firm and yet loos, instant, when it waa Impossible for enough SO that the lady can move'"" to see ths motion of any part of .ja.lly to the aide positions. The two his body. As sh turned, however. Hanld stand far enough away from she veered quickly away again, each other to sllow free movement of DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE the body. In irder to dance gracefully OLD ANO THE NEW. A nAmlAr(.hlv " . i,n th' iMiw. in toy ,...- ' tango In aaeptlc snd antiseptic enough . .. ., ..,.,.,1 ,- i .aw th,. faallea dance It several week ago, also many other voung person who had taken lessons X. .h i ,m'i imartna from them, and 1 couldn t imagins anything more chemically -pure. It certainly I. no. the dan. c wVich has ' .. . maqueraoru ... . Broadway restaurants, and during Which the dancers are poulticed to gether from collarbones to shins. THE NEWEST DANCE IS PRUD- ISH ENOUGH. But the Innovation Is a real snow bird of a dsnce. In ths newest tango ths msn dess net put his arm arsund his partner' waist, hs dess not rest his hand upon her baek or eh.ul dsr, he doea net cradle hsr slbow In hie palm, ha doea nei touch even the tip of her fingers. He stsnds shout tws fsst swsy from hsr with his hsnds in his poeksts, aa svsry small bey has bsen tsught he. should never stand in the Denatured Tango the Couple Keep Two Feet Apart i i IM" " mmmi 1' " "" " " - - - .saxsssssasssr(M innovation TeTP dinner party. It's purer than the old Virginia reel. In every other a strong sense of musical rhythm able to dance In perfect accord with her hips with the Angers wide spsrt and hsr elbows akimbo. Incidentally, If tbla dance really catches on, I prophesy the appear ance of aids pockets In the tango frocks. Yesterday lira Castle wore a whits costums with a loose, full over skirt hanging from her waist nsarly down to hsr knees. Presumably there were silts In ths voluminous folds, for her handa auddenly disappeared from view when she began the Inno vation. A aide pocket la a perfectly logical development. The two dancers gane solemnly into each otber'a eyes and, as If connected by Invisible wires, thslr rest gild and turn In the parallel movements of the dance. Together they go for ward, rstreat or turn to tho aids. There's something almost uncanny about it to the onlooker, who Is al ways conscious of the twenty-four Inches of slippery floor between the dancers much more conscious, ap parently, than are the dancers them selves. That danee Is fsr seulmstss," I hoard a man comment laugh ingly. "No mere, ordinary hue bsnd and wifs esn ksep in step by the pswsr sf suts-sugges-tlon." The only time when I detected the slightest contact between Vernon Castle and his wifs was in one move ment when ah was dancing almost back to blin. I think her shoulder 1" ihe earlier tongo done nt Castle Mouse there waa nothing which could be described aa contortion. Ths -houlders were held squarely without ..... w v w remained firm, and practically all . . . ,. . , . movement cam. from below the hips, There were SO hopp ngs; only a nninitnc with the heel and an oc- 1 . , ... mmallv confined to the maxlxe. Dan- Dan- cers wers specially cautioned to avoid the low, exaggerated dips. In ths Innovstion Tsnge ths Stsps sssm littls changed from tho used in ths tirst version. As bsfers, ths dsncsrs maks uss sf a slow glide and their knees sre kspt bent. The body is hsld s bit mors stiffly in ths sol. st.ps than whsn ths partner are lightly em bracing en. an.th.r. There ia neessaarily a specie) effort to keen the stsps of ths ssms tsngth nnd te turn, the knee st the ssme time, and with tha aame amount af ferae. The head is hsld high, almeat at an angle of dsfisnss. g W rosiTioM ajo itis.Tiif distance At natjr-ERJ- iM wtv S IV .- Sal SW pi l savaam AW S 'jn X. Xsewsw earn. I Pos,T'0 ' LjWa VaeeeeW w.1 ml Hy I m i I mm mm wa, r wy Mm DANcrov ' I ) m 1HS HEEL, (V I I ! Z L ALSO ON SIDE OF ft BUI LET LOOSE ARMY OF CATS IN SHOP Battle of Felines Over Feast Disturbed Peace of Neighborhood. J. Wynberger, proprietor of ths Brighton Bench butcher shop nt No 72 James street, left the place In ap ple pis order when hs went home at 7 o'clock last night. The front win dowa were filled with hanging chick ens, Inviting cuts of steak, pork chops, sausages, lamb and mutton, all In readiness for Saturday morning's bualnsss. And then Shortly before 11 o'clock last night wild crlse rang out from behind the closed doors of the butcher shop. The cop on peg post, th roundsman on his beat, 100 people In tb cafes and coffee bouses In tb neighborhood ware on th run In a minute. And they gathered In front of the Brighton market. They couldn't be lieve thslr sysa Every cat which, at that time of night, ahould bs mak ing ths rounds of ths garbage cans In James street waa In the ahop. They ware feasting on choice blta of chick en. Thsy were scrapping with pork chops. Thsy were playing ninepins with sausagss. And In the middle of the floor a real scrsp was In progress. THREW CAT THROUOH THE OPEN TRANSOM. When Mr. Wynberger left for home he left the fanlight over the door ajar ao that ths aweet air of James street might blow In and keep his pork chops and chickens and lamblea don't-toueh-me offset. Ths regu lar tango music, with its slow bsst, is ussd. Ons reason for ths difficulty In de scribing ths tango Is that tango sx perts rsrsly dance twlco alike. There are no aet steps, two-tep. "You la In the polka or must follow the rhythm of the music," iaya Mr. Castle, "and to do that you must really feel the music get Into the aaatwai of li ... II r It .11 4mi4. 'on the music how and when you take ' on the music how and when you take the various steps." Miss Elisabeth Msrhury dropped ' Into werse" the other day and lyrlo I iced ths Innovstion, as follows: I "Ths Ne Tango with courtly grace j Determlnee aniemnly the pace, With glide and slide and stately time THIS tsngo seem a thing divine. No rough, uncouth, nor ugly dipping: j No bungllrg, awkward, clumay tripping. ' liefoi e a stern and moral forum ! Th '.i stir danee with all decorum. . The modern dance ln work, not play, , It can't be picked up In a day. . To learn to rtanre la really serloua And far removed from aughl dallrloua " I The Innovation Is assursdly manv j removes from the Turkey Trot aad CHER'S ENEMY - Me - If - You Jw ' fresh for the Saturday trade. Soma anemy of the butcher be Is sure that It waa no friend- gathered up ths feline visitors of the garbage eans snd sbovsd tbem Into the shop through the open transom. Mr. Wyn berger has two cats of hla own. trained to eat no meat, which h. alwaya leave In the shop over night The first peripatetic pussy that was pushed through the fanlight pounced upon by the faithful feline guards of th pork chops. They grabbed him and sought to shove him Into tha sausage chopper. But other felines came through the fan light. It began to rain cata. The guardlana of tha garbage cans made short ahrlft of the tame tabblee of th butcher ahop. Than they got busy with the best there was In tho houne. The policemen couldn't open the door. They shoved Tommy I .aura, a young man of James street, through the fanlight. A doaan cata scrambled over Tommy when he fell to th floor. He turned up th lights and got a pair of pliers with which ha opened th door. The two police men and eight strong citlsena of James street rushed Into the breech. Tho policemen wouldn't let any mora In. POLICE WITH CLUES CHARGED THE CATS. Cata were swinging themselves on the acalea, maybe weighing the bit of'0 MajWSi to a denunciation of tho meat they were going to take home. Cats were negotiating with chickens, and others were trying to wreck the sausage machine, their common ene my. Cats were scrapping with the two faithful felines in the middle of the floor. "Beat!" cried Ihe coppers. Scat! Oh, yes, and leave that good stuff. What do you mean the restau rant' cloaed? The kittles kited up to the meat hooks. They Jumped on top of the Icebox. They ran away InUi corners with bit of chicken and choice lamb chops. But leave th ahop? .Not yet. The copper want after them with their night sticks. Two brooms In the shop were pressed Into service. Ons hardy citlxen of James atreet grabbed ths tsll of a est perched up on a meat ho.,k. They took the man to tha hna pltnl with hi fare nil bleeding and cut. The feline fought with ths ferocity of the Jnrksls of the Jungle It wan t every night that a feaat i "K" ,n' wu" upeneu up to mem, and ,h'y T"re ln M nurry lo g 'ck to the gnrhagH ran. Hut human intelligence end physi cal endeavor conquered In the end and every nOWIing, meowing, sr.lttlnif. ! scratching, fighting feline was flnnll. uriven inio inn irru ana .1 urn 1 street wa restored tn It iiatumi quiet, aim tno nun pari or It wan that Mr. Wynheriier's two tame tab lues were swept out with the rent. "I don't know who did It," suld Wynberger, the butcher, this morn ing. "Yei, It might have been a rival. I don't know." 11...1.1L. Me., to Olv. . a.n (.me of the Isrgest bslls of the season 1 Ooelet. from whom she la aeaklng a According to the story, young Mans glven In Wrhater Mall, ln Baal Eleventh I divorce. 'field had set out with only 50 cent atreet. will b. that to-morrow evening! When asked how long she Intended In his pocket to visit bla mother, who of the I'.vaumg Telegram Clreulatlea t nirf. .h.. ...i.i .k. was reported to be In I'arla, and had Knul" ee A,o..iiion. ill aaac ia tlon numbe - aeveral hundred employees nt the Kvenlng Telegram sad N'sw new nirs T...U . ... Harnll Mverr riemeer or 1 ttvrrua mVFW y " . . i.i a 1 1 a week ten wnrk'" hard te - Dare Look Tango Teachers Unite in Suits Against Prelate Under French Law Arch bishop of Paris Erred in Denouncing Dance and May Have to Pay Dam agesBishop of Orleans Once Paid for Like Of fense. PARI8. Jan. St. Prof. Btlllson'a suit for 10,000 against the Archbishop of Paris, fur denouncing the tango aad forbidding the communicants of Ms diocese from dancing It. promises to lead to suit at wbolesals by dancing masters against eccleatastlca Estimates of tha sums thsy will ds - mend already reach 1100,000. They are doing all thsy can to create the Impression that tha churchmen are In a conspiracy against them. If they can win there will bs more monsy fori h.m In collections from ths church than In Uachlng ths tango. It Is the general oplnlou that suit for damages may be successfully prosecuted. The Archbishop of Or leans ones lasusd an order warning the faithful to abun tha dancing masters, and when ha was auad bs paid damage rather than go late who hare been consulted say tbat the French statutes do not Justify aa eccleslastlo In an utter ance of publlu disapproval In mat ters affecting the livelihood of any claaa of persona. If such a law can tango tha chance of a defendant In a court would be allm. The attitude of the Archbishop of Parla la combative, fie has shown no disposition to retract anything. His accusers hoped he would settle with tbem out of court. The dancing mastsrs are making common cause, and will employ the best lawyara to conduct tba tight for tbsm. Meanwhile, no action will be taken against Protestant clergymen and Jewish rabbis who bavs sx pressed opinions publicly concerning th tango identical with the Archbishop's Hhould the Arebblshop be fined, ths Judgment In his case will bs used to pummsl the others Into cash settle ment. Protestant churchmen end tb Jews sr throwing all tbalr Influ ence on th slds of th Archbishop. Lay observers think the dancing master are playing the court gams for profit only. All outward signs show that tba tango la on tba decline in Parla. NO RECONCILIATION, SAYS MRS. 60ELET "Had There Been a Chance I Would Not Have Come Here," She Asserts in Daytona. PAYTONA. Flo.. Jan !4. "No, In deed. Never. If there had been I would not have come here." declared Mrs. Kltae Whalen Ooeltt when asked If thsrs wss any possibility of s I reconciliation between her and Ilobert - - I "really did not know. Mrs. Qoelet 1 . , 1 , , ...,...... 1 .. .. l . . 1 I ... Wlv - w K.,l a MS'fJIIltr)! hrniu v um u airu 1 11 niiui 1 of Defiance THE Olp 7AN60 U TAD ! -ev(, Lwr the innovation" VISION OF GODIVA DRIVES HUSBAND. TO GET DIVi E Louis Ottman Got a Glimpse t When Wife Appeared on Porch Top. About tha only difference between the famous attire, or lack thereof. of Lady (lodlva and Mrs. Kvtlyn Ottman on a cold January night that witnesses described In th Supra Court before Justice Blaacbard, waa that the modern Oof Ira did not have a horse. Mre. Ottmaa'a nocturnal appearance on Union street, Brook lyn, however, created quite aa much a stir. Louis Ottman. a wealthy yet New Yorker, returned te town rather unexpectedly to hear that Ms pretty young wife whom he had married only three years before, had bean la ! tn company of Daniel J. Junk, Jr. Hs learned that Junk had aa apart mant at No. sot t'nlon street, Brook lyn. . That nleht It waa Jan SI 1SSS h, aaumhled two athtstlo frtehds. MmH Kiernan and William 1 Poth. ,na w,nt wUn t,m t m atreet house. It was after 1 o'clock whsn Kiernan and Poth got Mr. Junk to open hla door by a subter fuge. As tbey did so Kiernan aaya hs saw September Morn flitting late tha parlor. Then Ottman entered the house. The scene shifted rapidly to the front porch. Through an open win dow Mr, ottman in- or well, as des habille as It Is possible to be des habille, had climbed to the veranda. Mhe was scrseming "Police!" "Help!" and Indicating that aha wanted aid generally. Tbla continued until Msrgt. usviu j. Harry, among othsr was attracted by bsr cries. gesnt Inducsd tb hysterical to re-enter th domicile. Sh bad danced and paced over tb ooid boards of tbs porch iu a paroxysm of rage and grief until the good ssr gsant roared for hsr future health. "Can you d esc ribs hsr clothing?" aaknd tb attorney. "That la not possible, sir?" rspUod the officer. When Mrs. Ottman waa qulatad and raiment apraad over her shoulders ths Bsrgsant tesUflsd that Mre. Ott man begged her husband's forgive ness snd promised "never to do It eguln." Ths Sergeant said ha waa compelled 10 mane arrssia wnen ins husband Insisted on It Mre Ottman was not In court when ths testimony wss offsrsd. Hhs did not defend hsr husband's suit for a divorce. In court Ottman and a fashionably gownsd young woman smiled quits broadly at tbs dssrrlptloa wMcb lik ened the distressed Mrs. Ottman to ths captivating Oodlva. MANSFIELD'S SON IS NOT MISSING Was Sent Back to School a Week Ago After Runaway Visit to His Mother. A long dlstanrs tslsphons message to-duv to The Kvenlng World from Ichwate'i Hchooi, in waiiingford. conn.. said that Uiubs Mansfield, fourteen years old, son of the let Richard ' Munsfleld, was not missing, as report e.t by way of Halcigh, N. C. More than a week ago, according to the school authorities, he took a no tion to visit his mothsr tn New Lon don. Conn., and flrat came to New York. Aa soon aa he reached New London hla mother aunt him back to j c.h.o1 Hs returned a week ago to- - been mieeing for two weeka. lis aui noeed to be wandering about . . ' - tin '"J" er . r .-w.ei .),., V l a ulne tn lease use as sanma -14- Un. IK. .trv .r.rlaa.l nn ana ORG SUFFRAGETTE JkfBfcA - DM SPREADS RUIN fi BOTANIC GARDEN Kibble Crystal Palace i atory in Glasgow Smuted jj Watchman in Peril. " OLAHOOW, aeotlaaw, Jan. bomb outrage, be tie red by th to have bean carried out by suffragettes, to-day vtrteaUT extenarve In tb Olssgnw known aa the KIMM Besides the great aldee of the blown Into atom plants were ruined. A caretaker the fuse of a i of testes Ms Itf sr bwhaf of the Eying i In tha sua Oonxerratory tratora of the outrage I time awaiting an set the fuse of th Near the foot pr arts. was picked up, white aa empty Ymm box was found sear the wall f ah Botanle Oardeae. Among tha reauehhw of the repeat war aa empty sAesfSa pagan bottle aad eoeae piece of eSRS. BLOODHOUNDS IN HUNh OF BANDITS WHO SEND TRAIN ON WHO HUH FACKLERS, Ala., Jan. road detectives and early to-day, with gan search for three of I em Railway aero and after etartlag the I appeared ee without a i throttle to Larhlasrrtlsn, Asa., teen mikes away, where ft when the train ware picked np by a train frees which brought tha i Th robber mated at MM by press oar safe. the mall car failed to thing, aa only waa la the pouch. No i made to molest who vsntursd out waa bolted showsr of bullets. ' The bandits did their work lonsly spot The locomotive , and express t ached front the ana ran down the track a yard. One of th I abbey the engine craw and press clerks while tt rnhhart tha ears. A Message All Builders j Should Rend Ths letter, ml If h hu Just World office, Mill its story i uraou v.. Turk Wasali W . a.T na aattl paini oMfuauy ho i t a4 U other a lU'Uw t bum m aulas. ah 5 an. aaw ueew Mtii . i css WarM .111 Mi, U MA tutor. new""' MlB . heiuiii a i uhmm. en SJ.0; i is row escape tome of the tying si Bawl of saetal and gtaaa. Itotprtat aad resnatas sc fwai snwaw bs tn th vtctaaty sf ssjk mr whan the SVk saVaE cars were area aaax I Br ii - - - a aw. A 'Baw-waEfs-F , wt wan If you have Real Eitsts of aav Mai for ule be wr and adverltM E to . The Bis Sunday Wort! which will hive a drculaltcw In York City greai. ireattr taw the u... , T t sexae ua a nfl 1 nnsaUaMB . .. s, Sun 1 .., LiaiV stool ksa taW- the arlanty dl' seamed to know. a i' asaar.