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PICTURES IN TH E DAY'S NEWS Fighting a Train Fire That Cost 26 Lives Just From Paris MANY K I 1 LED IN TRAIMi CRA6H I SI PsRIt) TUNNtL TWENTY SIX DEA.D AND JUED INTHE CEARPOL f?All.- KOO.D ACCIDENT THAT OCWRED IN THE 8ATI6UOLLE TUNNEL. IN FRIS, ALUOF THE KILLED AND INJURED WERE- PER SONS ON THEIR WA-V TO SPEND A. JOYFUL SI I CjHT. Wl DC WORUO PHOTO IE IN A STRING AT THE Pilots Home Purler After skil ful Tussle tor Old Orch ard Stake. By Vincent Trcanor. lu.UPimC CITY P.ACK TJtACK. N. Oct IP. Jocki-y Clarence Turnup - I ii riding iccoril foi the s&ion hero ih afternoon whnn lie rode four win .irti m u row Mary I'atriciu In tho irst. Whisk ,n the second, Tufter In ie thud and Awnlns in the fourth. fter each raco the crowd iiave him i fittliiK ovation, but when he came back, with Awning: tho ciowd fairly threw Itself away in Its roars of ap proval of the jockey'H Rreat saddle work. A $10 parlay on Tumor's four win ners would have netted $2,S0rt Turner was in front all the way with AwnlnR, but in the stretch it seemed as If both l'rctty l-a&y and Miracle Man would run over the top of him. . H-at as in his previous finishes ' larence had somcthlnK up his eeves. At the end ho drew nw.iy to mi handily. l'rctty Lady stopped In the drive ,)Ut Miracle Man fought It out to be second, rorfre Ahead Kol the third money. Ti,pn,, rnrlo his third straltrht Will . , . , ,1 ner when through sheer tkill he got ; Tufter homo In front in the Old Or- chard Purse. , Siren Maid made a valiant attem-pt to get tho winner in the stretch but I'urncr and his mount wasn t to be I oeaten after such a worthy effort In setting past Arapahoe and Sea Mint at the far turn. Stron Maid moved up from fourth place to set sail for Turner and Tufter, but when her jockey went in tho whip 'the crowd had no trou ble looting Tufter home, s.-a Mint finished third after setting ii' itir'.v tmee with Ancpahoe. C, ronec Turner had to bow to more ,iuse from the crowd because of ,- . lever handling of Whisk in tho iul. Turner took .Joe .Mnrronc's , i out In front nt the break, rated ,in along there and rode a hustling Pnish to get home a head In front of I'finco James. The latter, under the whip all through the stretch, wns catching Whisk, but he was a stride or two late. Oray Oablcs, the only other starler, ran In third place all tho way. Jim MoManus and his Irish follow ers cleaned up on Mary Patricia in iho opening event. Hidden hy Turner, ilio filly followed the favorite, Hee's Wax, to tho stretch nnd then ran past her to a handy victory. Prelude shuf fled back on the lail at tho break and pocketed In the run to tho homo turn, but ran last when clear, getting up io catch the tiring lleo's Wax and beating her out of the place monny. Story Teller, well played, was oft with the leaders, but tired after run ning about three-eighths of a mile. A . C. Hlxitnit Heads t'lrrulntlon MnniiKc-r. W. C. Hlxson, circulation manager of the Syracuso I'oat-Standard, was elected nf the New York State Cir-) culatlon Managers Association at Its annual meeting at the Hotel MeAlpin to-day. V. R. Levy. New York Kvenlng Mall, and C 11. Congdon, Watertown Times, were elected vice-presidents, .lames McKernnn. Now York World, u elected a director, TURNER WINS FOUR EMPIRE CITY TRACK . 51GNIM& THE mRyn'MORALITY MOYIt COMTS?ACf TO GUARD A.OMW5T KKCURRC NCC Of THE HUOE LOS4H5 W MICH PILM PBOOUCERS HAV r SUPPtRED BECAUIKO" AuLfCCD SU,NOM.S AMOK THEIR 5TAB5, TME.Ma&NATC5 HftVB ADOPTED A MOnAUTV'CONTR4t.T WHIC.HREADM VMl PAXTy OF THt SECONOWRT JHA,LL MAl.l.TlMEiCWfW1 HCRiCLP IN PUBUt, IN 5UI.H AMANNER MOT TE SUBJECT HERS CUT TOANYOREATWOUkn OK PUB ulcnYOK CRITICISM BECAUSE OP fiIO CONDUCT" THt IWT 5TARTO ilCN WA.1 MliS MARYON Ave Evening World KMPini; CITY, N Y., OCT. 19. V.'KATHHU CLEAR 847 KIIWT HACK- Tho Itwhni.t 1'nrce, (or UJree ?I.Wr' Ofl. At tx i f:t t Tuni 1 (ft Winner, ui. r. v 11 McMhiuh. St. y.w lin I'dt'K-iV. . 7"lii oil IT. liul 1 1!0 -.t lUe'a Wit . 4 H1I 1'hntiTO Mm . Kl TSC lrloh I'.uifelti . .1 lul y.H storv Trilfr ... (I tl'.l 3' I 4' Mjtt l'ltrn-la. to ihf pt all thi wa;, ...de linlbnl ol.t ttrotiff. tt-' U'al npar.'i M:tT).i) lUl'Kfhp Oikl-nf l'.in-.; tor 848 Alxl9: mipe I.U-.IM). At po?T J ,n m.ne Time. 1.43. Wlnnir. i). t. by Utlt'li I l1. Maxrn. St. Ii t v.",i vwi 112 it t 1 Til' llray r,alhl, k.'.i ;i 3 :i Whink hail all thf Hwt (mV,'Ui-,I i:i Ust ttoentll Midjiwt Ui.tl. fa-l and -ould hate won In anothtr tr.,l. llrij liiibla quit on far turn THIRD 1UCK Selling; soeiity yards No. Horse 1 Siren Maid 2 Tufter 3 Sea Mnit 4 Arapahoo RESULT for three Wt 105 115 112 FOUTtTH -RAOB Selling furlongs. No. Horse 1 Pretty Ladj 2 'Miracle Man 3 Awnlns 4 Forse Ahead for two Wt. , 101 110 , 115 . 115 5 Kato nrummel 108 6 I'red Kinney H5 RESULT FfFTH RA.CU Selling; for maido furlongs, No. Horso i. 1 Spinning il 2 Welcom Stranger 3W11 Uuoc 4 Maggie Murphy .. uu 110 112 110 107 5 iljot Spur 6 iDrlfting p- - EMPIRE CITY ENTRIES. nMPinr, city iiAcn track, n. v., Oct. 19. The following aro the entries for to-morrow'a races: KIlt-HT It ACE The llafiitirldat Prinf; aeUlnJ: I r,iei Hiirw WUilruln .Howe Wt. Krtl ,H42 Vu.ta 101 107lMr7K. Kocnv...l(5 Hr7! Mil A Hamilton. 1 10 1U5 xl.S ThlniWo . i"'.'4l Sivatitv . S.",0 ilonatlerj snrost) IIACB Tl, Ormonde l'ure: th!ce.),-ar-oUi aoj uiiud; one mile and aeientj IimIx Horn Wt.llnrtrt HorM! Wt W Tiunhun .. ..tiO'Hia 'IloclTrt ...107 sir, lendr.e ...1, S4J vt fhlf...HH KT.Oi lliitlee 104. b4.' SiturtT UT '.'-IMMnnwviaine ..lw TIIIIlIl UlAOl; lUllibow Selllni StaliM: It.'.mM .iddul; twi-jear-(llrt: about six Jurlonjff. t...i linn Wt In,lex Honie Wt. IMi ltMrkitm . 107' W, Timhrel ... .10J 'TT'.'l Mannonai ...1041 1 1 Holly Vaitlen. IH M.V Kntit llww ..I'S lW) HmfwIntcM ..lea Willi Uif'Mirn .. IM h3o Atta Oal ....100 I57IO lludana ira FOl'HTll IIACT- T. Wlnaome Hnartlcap; 111 lUi and inaxttt: all a.ea; one mile and all, teontb, i.i.r ir,,r Wt Index Horee Wt. kVU Todv IH NJT I.f (Intrude. .113 137 FKarpolette . ll PIPrll MtA4l- The Hatttorne lu-e: elaim. In.- three )earul0 and uiaru: auoui an jur. lorgit. TikIt lion, Wt. Index Hone Wt. rrr l.llnv r.lrl. 1101 (-421 ratiir ...111 117 Kriiah 1S 7I4 Tlne-A-Inj .121 1-42 At-rw 121 7TT Teiuih'a l-et. 110 Sill MamVOaj . . . ,HM' HI7" lWo " 40 l'rot 1111 - Erneat A 11 ttj N'olatni l"Hl MoKonna ....111 Sin War lV-inaut ip W. V llnoi. 11.1 40 Viu 3lan.... liu m Ace o: A.-yi..iia 110 -'H Ace a! .Wt. SIXTH ItAOE The l.lte Wire dirMj maldtiM: tMo-ter-ouu; lite ant a .tair lurlonva. , I - IT J If, T . . . I ,. - 1 1 TV Coitlinn 114 SUtrrton ...114 HO Hralami 114 t-lii 1'ionlf . S40 FltrslKon ...114 TAD Dan Jlolllru. I'onwirt 114 4'AXUOn .V!4 Draft 114 7l2t Mn Main. . Ill lo hiul 114 Duturhnut ,,.114 Print. rtctU.,.lU 3f lot, (Kaater.. .114 Apnreouce alloaance claim. Wctttor cln.-; traA tiit. ' fHE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER WITH Racing Chart two je.tr nltli, nilier.; five atnl one-half tnrlotu IV.U. "tart imiil. Wnri lmiNlih: place ilriV't'rf '"on Anna J'atriria. ()nr anu trainer, janir lr. 4 1ib TitnwT K', iLMn I'.ltKV MkiinFlll Mi'llw .-lrlil i :i'3 4": Hi. , 7 ilre (,ut tn 1h.- ulrctrli ai,l won vll in luiul. in ldnt fiuti.itz tlir,,f-jearnl,U anil upward; tn mile ami enu III! ai s :t. MRU irooi. on nnun: I iu UnHrinleaJ. twnr. Marrnne Maol lr n" Jo'l"1)'. "P, III l" 1" Tnrnrr i l -i h - year - olds and upward No. Horse 5 Crystal Void 6 Hombii.st .... 7 Wvnncwood First 2 - yccr - olds maidens: five and one half No. Horse. 7 Promenade ft Fayelle 9 San Stcfano 10 Bullet 11 Royal Primroso Wt 1 in; 112 no in 10: t 12 Plnrlbcllo 107 ' First Second Third 3 2 4 n two-year-olds; five and one halfl Second Third' lBBsS?0 "" - ' fSSSlSJk No. Horse Wt. 7 Crock of Gold 112 8 Mlss Finn 112 9 Split Grass 102 10 Straight Shot 10 11 Lady Zeus 10" 12 Vineyard m First Second Third El RACING RESULTS AT LAUREL. FIRST RACE Six furlongs. -Ornco Mayors. $15.40 and $0.20, first; Miles S $4.40, second; Troubler, third. Time 1.14 3-5. Non-stnrtcrs Heamer. Mocco ran first but was disqualified SECOND RACD-Two mile. Musty. $3.10, and $2.40, first; Sobrlgade, jj.uo, second; lirlganna, third. Time 3 59. All started. THIRD RACK Six mental, $4.30 and $2.80 $4.40, second; Sedge. 1.14 1-5. All ran. furlongs, P.ln. first; Fancier, third. Time, FOURTH RACK One mile and a six teenth. Top S?rgennt, $16.40 nnd $5.90. first; Hlazca, $5, second; Lunctta, thiol. Time, 1.46. All ran. AT LOUISVILLE. FIRST ItACE Six furlongs; Abudano, $3.70 and $2.83, first; Last One, $4.50, second; Rapid Day, third. Time 1.12 2-6. All started. SECOND RACE Five ami n half fur lonxs. Llout. Colonal, J4.1J and $2 30, first; Urltlsh Mnld, $3. second; Ilrnther John, third. Time. 1 07 4-5. Non-st. it ers Wake Up, Tin Franciscan, Who Can Tell, Evening Ktorl-s, Ambush, Col. Winn and Ilrennan. LOTS OF TK4.;ill3ll, (Prom the notion Tran'f lpt. Hearing her little boy using profane language, his mother severly reproved him and Inquired. "Where did you leain to swear like that?" "From pa's shaving, uncle's golf, brother's flivver and sister's parrot," answered the youngster promptly. TW4j loisC -.K1R.T- PARlDECRER-MAKCS ITS RRST ApPEANCE 'NNCW YORK, Mlib JEAN COUTCR OP N.Y,AMDPW?l!i ARIVCDCN THE Qr.REN GAW.IA WEAR' IN&At PARIilAH fROCK WITH THR UOtsio CmelmI LUV Stars on Whom Harvard Bases I I 7ll ' r r 1 niAi'K fast em& ?u mm IIM i EDDIE TEUL.IN Cd GELOFc&E HOWTODOIT '5 ."Jri iaH KICKERS GEQR&E. OWEJM MVRsyA.Ta.o BACKFICLD CANDIDATE HA5 8EEN SELECTED AS THE MOST PROMISING KICKER QF THE CRIMSON SO.OAD, E.OOIH. N1AHAN WATCHINGHIM. PHOTOS CD KKYSTONE-VIEW CO, MISS CECILIE LEE Beats .Miss Elkins 8 Up, 7 to Go Sanderson Leads Tit New Rochelle. Miss Cocilln Leo of England had a walkover this 'afternoon in the tlrst round of the women's golf tourna ment, Ilellecl.-ilie Country flub, Hay side, L. I., dctcating Miss lJUlse Klklns, Pittsburgh, S up, 7 to go. Miss Glenna Collett, Providence, defeated -Mrs. H. A. Nowak. Now York, 3 up, '.' to go. . Mrs. W. A. Gavin, tho inctiopohtun champion, beat Mrs. C I,. Voorhees of Now York, 5 and 3. Mrs. Alexander Smith, Now Imiloii, beat MIhs M. A. Wood, New Yoik, 2 up. Mrs. F. 1C, Du Hois, New York, was defeated by Mrs. Morris Hlickshei, New York, 3 and 2. Mrs. A. Hossin, Now York, 1a at Mrs. C. M. I'ulr, New York, 1 and 3. .Mrs. Tloinas Huckinll. Newark, beat Miss Kato llonian, Plalnflold, 7 and 6. Miss Harriet Shephard, Hart ford, bent Miss F. Kennedy, .Montreal, 1 up in 10 holes. Archlo J. Sanderson of Sleepy Hoi low ltd tlio field to-day by one stroke at seventy-eight In tho first half of the Westchester County open cham pionship nt the Pelliam Country Club, New Rochelle. Torn Kerrigan, Slwanoy, was second at seventy-nine. Jnmcs M. Harncs, national open HAS WALKOVER IN WOMEN'S TOURNEY A Stirring Battle Under the Sea and Picture Stories of Animals PHOTOGRAPHED FEATURPS on ANNRTpa KKWLBRMANS .NEW CONIBPV DWAfVA . champion, could do no better over his homo course than eighty-three. Forty .started In tho tournament to du j . Mr, limit Sucrmsfully ltrfrmU llrr liolf Title. ATLANTA, Oct. 19 .Mrs. David Cant, I Memphis, defending champion, defeated Mrs. Georgo C Harrhigton, Atlanta, 8 i 0 in tho feature mutch of tho second day of mt6b play in the Southern woman's golf championship tournament at tho EastlaWe Country Club hciu to duy. Mis. Harrington, who iliud been le garded a strong contender for Mrs Uaut's crown, wis badly off her play, despite terrific hitting from tho tees. Mrs L 11. Heck. Atlanta, ileleated Mrs. II. II. l'otts, Memplds, 75 Mrs. AVyatt Hedrlck, Fort Worth, de feated .Mrs lltm G.itlns, Atlanta. 2 and 1. HYLAN MAKES SPEECH AT THE KIWANIS CLUB Ih Curat nt Luncheon Attrnilrd lit :iihi. Major llylan was .guest of I tie Klwnius Club at the Hotel MeAlpin to-day and about 300 persons, many omlng from all pails of the I'nlted States, listened to his addrosn cm the conduct of his admlnlMratlon during the last thrco years and a half. Major Hylan wo Introduced by !i' President of tho local club, Jame3 I: Hietdman. Ho took up many cam. piign lssu(, talked on the business j ulministration of tho cltv, on the I dock situation and told of Improve ments nincie uurlng his admlnlstra lon. lie srioke without manuscript Tho Muyor diflcussed tho school ciiKhtion; accused .Senator Klon It. liiown, of tlio Mover Committee of WKr WaK MtalH Ai yi-ad MivtAtj loco- lssssss Y"NNI AT-n-itroo alBVIKJaB I K , New YORK IM 3B HT V IMBNT, HAYEBUN ONTtftMS Sr I L!HH 1 1 , FRICMDSmp ATTHB CHIOAOO Z5c .BrlH V I ON HKR BACK ANP'CHCb 'IL-H rHOTO V CENTRAL KKWSi JsVMbHHHbUIl. r , Kfc. V JPkSaaaaHP IrZ'lT f - f VilflHiar trying to decelvo tho public us to tho city's debt limit; spoko of the school training of children for various trades; told of tho hard Umo ho hnd to win an education; spoko of tho Pollen Department's flno work nnd told how ho "fired Commissioner Itugher" because "he was a man who would not do anything." ' V V 19, 1921. m 'fi..'' Ear Her Gridiron Hopes for 1921 . KANE.. fi&t.- WARNING TO THIEF: Ii PIGS ARE FULL OF DEADLY GERMS Loihi Call Out For Person who I Stole Guineas Inoculated Willi Rabies and Tuberculosis. PROVIDENCE, It. I.. Oct. 11 Homo ono stole twelve guinea pigs from a barn near tho State House where the animals, owned by tlio Stato Hoard of Health, wcrn being kept for experimental purposes. Two of tho pigs were Inoculated with tubercular germs, two other.! with tho germs ,of rubles. Tho State Hacterlologist says ho Is anxious to locate tho pigs or tho man who stole them, not so much to recover the aninial.s ns to let It bo known what a dangerous lot they arc. BURGLARS LOCK DOG IN CELLAR, GET $3,500. Ilurglars ent'red tho home of Simuel Heynuin, No 4JI Fiftieth Street, llrouk lyn. laal Saturday night while the fnm lly was out and stole Jewelry, silver ware und clothing vuluud nt $3,500, t t'ecamo known to-day. The pollen of tho Fourth Avenue Station withheld tho news. Mr Ileyrann, who Is owner of n haln of meat stores In Ilrooklyn, reported the burglars plur-d his little dog. numed Fluffy, in a trunk In thu cellar, so thiit they could work undetectod. Whon the family returned the houso was ran snoknd and Fluffy gonn. Aftei nn hour's searrh Mrs. Heyman heard the dog barking. im a t I - t r-rx ii i nr I ire I IslKL., t, Liun 1 LU IVIV I tnco AND WILL LIKELY DIE I'nllermsin filTri First Atil llllalir llrr tn llnspltnl. Playing with matchen In her home may result fatally for Diana Lornh, 3AMOEL JUMNJON THE HUMAN LOCO- j MOTIVE. HAVIM& RON New vork im aa HOURi, 5AK THE NEWI.OOV WHO HAS HIS STAND ONHGQAlP RUKOOCi ANDTJOT. 230 MIIE4 PROM ,, BOITOS, COIMNlMo THANKS&NINO, t THE BENEP IT OP UH CMP1.0VED ?owoiEni thiee, daughter of Mis Loish of No 207 Ralph Avenue, Ilrooklyn, who is in the Hirahwlck Hospital to-day. Mis. I.oisIi was picparlng luncheon when she heard screams and found the child's clothing anlaze. Patrolman Hanneniaii, of the Ralph Avenue station, tried with ibuttur to iilicve the joungster's pain, wrapped Hie gill in Ills unl for in blouse, corn mandcered nn automobile and took her to the hospital, where physicians say the child has little dinner for te eovery. ENRIGHT PROMOTES j TWO LIEUTENANTS j AND 8 SERGEANTS j 1'oln.c Commissioner lhirlght 1 ns alternoon announce"' tho promotion of two Lieutenants 10 btoomo Captains, 'ght Sergeants t.i bo Lleutcnnnts und fourteen patrolmen lo bo Sergeants. The Lieutenants mado Captains are Thomas Ilrennan nrd .lame-, E Tin The Sergeants pmmoted aie Will' am I'. Rodlhan. Chniles .erck, Ezekd Kel ler. Frank C Mejstrlk. Putin k Col leary, Thom.is Mnit.n. Julni Grifllth and Bern.ml I (I'Ciiiin .r GRAND JURY SCORES NEW YORK HERALD Mi l'iinleil Murder l.lnt Wn Motl- l'nle mill t'nlrur, T'l" Iti' lmiMul i'ounty (Jinnd Jury i e turned a presentment to Judge Tieinan In County Court at St. George. Stutmi Island, to-dsv iiltieizlng The Sun Herald Corisiratlon publishers of New rork Herald. Tlie presentment pro nounced 'sevei est censure" ' upon the publishers, editors, und employee" of that newspaper beiuuse of the pul'llrn tlnn on Sept. 23 last of a list of ullt-gcd unsolved murders In New York City. The presentment charged that tho Information contained In the list whi "in great part false nnd untrut." and that "the truth or falsity of the sainw could have been determined by the said Sun-Herald Corporation and Its em ployees If reusnnoblo enre and diligence had been exuebej U vwllyliig the saru" 17 PAYMASTER HIEOi PW UVNOVIIN INN.T. IEVEV W EEK TMi 1 MftN.PAVMA4THR MARIaE PIRM CUHIfU lt-tti KWKOUU It CAW VlOtv1 THE. BAMK AMD MIT NEVER CARRIES own, nc r WEO IT WITH THE UITTI.E' PET''OF lAOA THQ.OAMCER GIRL CAPTURES YOUTH SHE SAYS TORE $200 LAVALLIERE FROM NECK: Anthony (lauKllno, eighteen, of No. 4SX KuMt 13th Street, was held In $5,000 ball liy MaRlstrnto Simms Jfn Kssex Market Court to-day for cxi' ntnlnatlon to-morrow on a chartfc of Brand luiceny made by Sarah Schrugv of No. H'J lluffalo Avenue, Hrooklyiii Miss SrhrtiRC, who liail been vlsff' Iiir friends on the east side, wan re, turulnjr lu lier home when, at Klrwti Avenue, near 13th Street, she was aN tacked and a $200 lavalllrro was torji from mound het neck. She pursued tile man Into the houso at No. HS v Katt 13th Sttcet, acconipunled by De' tectives Muiruy and Kee. The hotlrn was ceaivheil and In Ills sister's apart-' inenl UiuiKlno was found and Identi fied by Miss SchraKe, according 'to llif police U. S, AUCTIONS OFF 2,074 BOTTLES OF SEIZED LIQUORS H I Vileiul Court order United Slates Marshal Power or Brooklyn to day sold at auction to hllders of wine und liquor permits 2,071 bottles of telzed w lilskey, gin, rum and wine. The llrst lot of 1.500 bottles was sold ; I for $S50 to the Pomeroy Company, No. 3 East 32d Street, Manhattan. Tile second lot of 323 bottles, sold for $110, also was puichased by this firm. Tho third lot of 251 bottled and two -demijohns of wine, whiskey und gin was sold for 1530 to Woessner & b'c- iiinii of Huntington, L. I., making Uie total lecelpts fiom the sail! $1,810. y i Tho sale was conducted at the Post Olllcu llulldlng In Brooklyn. A quan". tlty of tested whiskey was sold to the Department of Public oclfaro for city j hospitals. jGIRL HIT BY AUTO DIES IN HOSPITAL; DRIVER HELD IN $2,500 Mrs. Caroline Levy Toub. twenty jears old, of No. 108 Elizabeth Street, died In the I'eekskill Hospital to-day I from Injuries she received lust nlht when stiuck by au automobile on Division Stieet. Peeksklll. Miss Car rie Blakely was Instructing FranV Strang how to drlo tho machine, when the accident occurred. Miss Blakely placed tho injured woman tu her cur and look her to the hospital, Sho had suffered a fractured skull 'and internal Injuries. Strang wan arrested and hold In 52,500 ball on tin- charge of hoincllde. Miss Illukoly wus paroled in tho cub tody of Chlet of Police Burke, pend ing further InMstlgiit'.on. LIKE THE BIBLE, SAYS COURT OF COMPLAINT It.- -en u II, bul 'i'urns Uorru tll.l'itKi .Ut'iimrnniltiDi, After refusing to lead a nineteen page memorandum submitted by Wul tir Faliehird. reprc.ieiitlng Airs. Au gustu E. Steison. who has obtained A tcmtorar ' nOuuctlon against the Hoard of Trustees of the First Church of Christ .Scientist. Central Parle West, and 96th Street, Supremo Court Justice Mullaii to-duy reserved decision on u motion to strike out the greater part of tlio original comprint mado by Mrs, Stetson. Tho Injunction restrains the trustees pending trial. Irom removing an orna mental Iron fence separating the chitreh lot from the lot on which Is the homo of the founder of thr First Church, a Justice Mull.in was handed a copy of the original complaint and after tilitic iiii over it remarked that reading some of th4 page.i In the complaint was stm Hi. i- in ri'mllnir a Daza from the lilM.' ,1 4 ftat,.'wa..t.