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vol tyy.i No .?, ,.>?> ro^aBdt..mn^T^a^rT^piv-VOHK MONDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1912.-FOURTEEN PAGES. * ? PRJCE ONE (C^CT^^^a^ggg
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ARMISTICE 10 BE !
DELAYED 2 DAYS
Greek Delegate at Last Minute
Refers Question to Athens
for Decision ? Two
Beleaguered Towns To Be Re
tions Belligerents at
Present Hold To Be
Con?tantinople. DOC 1 (Mldnlghtl
The signing of tlie /rotocol of lha
armipti " has booa pootponod tin.il
Tuesday. in order to give BB oppor
..inity to tho ropreaentatlToa of II tho
..llies to Bipn.
The Ureok delegate roqulred forty
Blghl liours in whi. h to ro< Blva th. m- -
MBary authonty front his gov.iiiment.
It is said that tho duration of tlie
*rmlstice has br-c-n tixo.l nt oiffhl days
hut that it wi" ba PTOlonfOd am.th.-r
BgtOB days if DBCOOOOry.
Although thi' terms of the ari.nsti |
will not bo known until aftor tho sic
natures are aftixoci. nevortheless it is
understood that thoy have been con*
siderably roduoed as compared with the
<?rigin.il demand* of the Balkan
I-rapue. Thoy pnu ide praotioally for
the maintenanoe of the positions whi.-n |
the belligerents at-prosent oocupy and |
for the renctualling of the bclcagni-r. d
It is boHOVOd that ?the lattor point ;?
rr'p^nsiblo for tho hositation on th1
nart of tho Hollonic- dolcgatc '"' *
it Impllos raisitiK the hlr.okado with re- ,
card to foodstuffs. Tho mattor. thr-r.-- i
fr.ro. has boon roferrod to Athena
Those who will attaol, their signa
tures are Nazim Parha, Wa? Minist?r
,md eoonmandar-ln-chlef of tbo Turk
sh fort-cs, Rcchad Pacba and Rlaa
Tha annlatlca provMaa t'?;" fortlllod
ni;.y ba pro* I '""'ll aad that tbe
ot ,,f Torkish porta and islatiils i"
antemporurlly conoldored aa
in the ovent of ;i braakdown of t!??*?
gotiattons, ihe i ontractlng
part loa moal _t*re forHa-al?ht h<.urs"
notlce i.ofort- reaumlnff bootBlttaa,
i...n,i,,r. Dec '_' li i- atatad thal
ddltloa '" ihe Buigarii.r. troopfl
,,,].,; ,.i i >. doagatch, aaotbor
t. ,r..- of Oraak troopa from
Balonlca i* at son, aad it is suggesH-'i
lhal Greoce may !*? delaylng sigi.inc:
iho arrii*ti.o in OTdOT 10 onable those
troops to aiTlve Bl thalr deattoatlon,
whi.h i- f-u(.posc-.l t<. ba ll" <-ulf of i
Saroa In GallipoU.
A llapatcb to "Tho MornniK Poat"
irom UM Dardunellcs, datod last 1'u
dav and BOBl way of Constanza. ;?<
pBTta that the eon.cntration of Turkish
troops has been carried out with groat.
-, and that thoro are now two
divisions of Asiati." f<>r.*s on the Oalii
poli Penlnstila, with a large for. e of
artlllory. Tho dlapat**- adds that the
lines of BulalT, a snort dloUBCO north
<>t th. t..w n of aallipoll, and the heights
eaaamandlng the weatern coaat ime. are
Naongly hold. and that tlie troops th.-re
should bo a\,\o to provent any Btbampt
at lnnding on the part of the allies.
Sultan tasuea Irade.
Whai ma.. ba hopod wlll prova tha
first BtOP toward tho oonclusion of a
dctiniti.e treaty of BOBOa between Tur
k?\ and tho Balkan allie?i was affOCtod
yestenlay, wlv-n the Sultan tsstied an
irade autlioriring the Ottoman d.b
satos at _\ bataMJa to sign an ai-mlsti. ?
Ihe doourneri.t was to have boon sub
??nbed at '. <> c lock yesterday after?
noon, and though a.-tual news of th<*
signing of tho armistice haa not y.-t
loBtinne-d on Ihlrd pa*', neooad caliimn.
This Morning's News
,~.ii.i i 'rooly on Bti oot. i
Mrs. VanderhUI to Give $"n'...iou. l
Bridcif" Webor i'lees Doath. 1
Ollve Frematad in Auto Craab. ?
Jerom* Aaka Pardon for l-'orger. *
Helm..! r and ^.>.'i Heported ftOOOOCllod 2
Itcrao Thlel Chaaa on Broadway. 3
?aln in Italian Feud. *
Mu?t Move <">u ln Tunn<M Statioiia- 4
Baacgkiaa to Quit Leadarahlp. *
*nlai_i Teet Bavaa Maa'a Life. ?
Maay Hear Kttor Pledge Life. 8
'.obin to Attack Van Tuyl. 6
Sr-ort Would Aid Patrlc-k. *
Hurgiars Try to Cliloroform Woman.. 8
Dl Led?rlo Aska Aid for Chlldren.... 7
!m?. Bomhardt Arrivca. 1
^'orking lor Better Btrlke !__?. ?*
wanta Proaecutor Strengthened. ?
Ask Mayor to Veto Budget Cuts.14
?v*rro s;_\ed from Mob.14
''onerf.-.^ Meeta To-day. 4
''hurchrs to Have New 8oc iai CTOOd.. 4
van Tuyl for Branch Banks. 7
Preacher I-'acev Trlal for Murder.14
MBiBUoB Delayed Two Daya. 1
Turke Hope to Retaln Adrlanople. 3
''Ondon Ktock Market Outlook. ?
Wants Mexican Bebela Pardoned. B
leather . ?
Afmy and Navj. ?
Ihippinat Nawa .y ?
^?w? fur Wonx-n. ?*
Boclety . ?
"'ituary . ?
fctafltfl . ?
'"'iHirtu .g and 10
'"'?nafoi-j and Markata.?? ??"<* 13
???i?l Lt ute .*..13
OLIVE FREMSTAD MISSES
INJURY IN AUTO CRASH
Changes Her Seat from Front of Machine
Just Before Collision with Taxicab?
Hurled Against Trolley.
Olive Fremstad. the Metropolltan Op?
era House prima donna had a narro.v
escape from injury last evening, when
tlie automoblle ln which she was rldlng
struck a hixicab an.l was thrown
ag-ainst a BUrfBCe ear at Mst sti.-.t and
Oentral Park West.
Mine. Fremstad was accompanied by
her secretary, M ss Mary Watkms ami
.Miss Watkins's mother, Mrs. HolStead
Watkins. The maohine was optraU-J
by John W. F-Jlitsch. of No. 1077 Third
Hteniie. The party had been touring j
Long Island, and on tlie return Mm-.
Fremstad suggestcd drivinp through j
Central Park. On aatartng Uta park al i
99th street and Flfth avet-Be, Mir.
Fremstad. who had been lidlBg ln '''
front of the machine. with .Miss *?/__?
kins, changed her ?eat and ?iat in the
totmeau. s'.e earrled her prt porxaftr*
nian dog Danger on her lap.
As the ear reached tha Mst street
exit an Fighth avenue ear Stoppad and
the motorman motioned tO Feili sch to
< roaa tha avenue. j
llltecfa was croaalng the tracka
BIG SISTERS10 CET
Mrs. Vanderbllt Wil. Give This
Sum, Itls Said, Also $150,
000 for a home.
WORK T0 BE ENLARGEO,
Under New Plans Girls Will Be!
Sought All Over City and
Cared For by the
Mrs. Willinm K. Yaii'krt.ilt. ftt . B*hO
founded the Big Blatera movement for
th/' .are of bOBBOleBB arul wayward girls
,,.? the I'rot.-stant rcli_i>.ii, will an
noance thla week, it ls uBokB_.UH>d, al
the annual meetinK. her iBtentloa d
gtVhlg B sum ln the neighl..>i -hood Bf
sr^afa?aHi to endow the orgnnlgatSon an 1
nnake ll pe___aaent and keep ll wwayj
UBder ihe auspt.es ..f the Hla. Sisters
raovemeBt Al tha aanie tlme Mrs.
Vanderbllt arlll BBBOUBce Uia facl th.it
she haa given llQOlOOO for tlac erection
Of .i nuigniflcent new h<>tne for tbe M'K
ileters. The huiidiriR is to ba ei--te
etther aa \Jtmt laland or In w. ^t.-hes
ter County. Wort la ta ba ataftad M
aoon hs thr alta la agreed Bpon. Tha
detalta <-f the trual -nnd endowme.it
will be setii.ii before the _bIM_b| is
The fa.'t that Mrs. Vatrderblll hssd ?
, ided to inak<: theaa large gifts has
been known only to a few <.f her .<>
workera in upliftlng ami taklng .are .f
girls who are arraigned in the t'hil
dren'a Court, either for ia. k of proper
guardianship or b-CBUSa their parent*
were unaMe t?. control them. When
Mr.-. Vanderhilt makes known the-?
gifts Bl a meeting this week of tlv
niovonent she will annoim. e th<- futura
pnlicy pf the organization. which will
pg along much l.roader lines than be?
Agents To Be Employed.
These new ldans call for the emplo\
,,,-nt of a number of agents, wboae
work will consist ln going around the
city in\estignting case.s of young girls
who are wayward or who ere not n
celvlng propar treatment at home.
HeretOfore the work has been . ..niine 1
enttrely to caaaa that ccbbm before tbe
Childreii'K<*f'urt. Under the BOW policv
girls all over the city will be taken
care of. The new home is gxpactad lo
accommodate ICO girls.
The Big Sistcrs movement was m
'ganlaed after Mrs. Vanderhilt had
Vidted tlM I'hildrens Court almost
dally for a year and had apent much
time and money ln private cases. The
great BaJlilBBB of the. Big Brothcr
niovement, which looks after l.oys of
the Protestant falth, appealed to Mrs.
Vanderbllt and she de< ided lo organize
tlu- Big Sisters.
The original organizei s, wiih .Mrs.
j Vanderbllt at the head, were Miss
| Dorothv Whltney. now Mrs. Willard IX
I Straight; Mrs. Lewis Morris, Mrs. Will
lam May Wl-fht, Mrs. Sainuel S.
Sands. Jr., Mrs. Vandcrbllt's daughter
hy ? former marriage, and Mrs. W. BS
Fvans, long ldentifled with children'a
work. . . _
Mrs Vanderbllt. at the tlme of the
organization, objected to publtcity, and
the work has been conductcd almost
?ecratly. J?at after tbe movement
Wgg 1,,-gun Willian K. Vanderbllt, jr..
I turned over to the Baf Sisters a large
farm houae on his estate. Meepdale, on
! Long laland. Thl? was fltted up and
the glrla taken from the childrens
Court were aeut there.
Much Suceeaa Achieved.
\U laat summer InBtructors ..nd at
tendants took charge of the girls, and
I memhera of the Big Sisters vlsited the
' .-harges and alded in the reforniatlon.
! MlKh suecees has already been
| _, hleved nnd many girls have been
s.nt home reformed and others without
; par.nts sent to schools.
I? September flre dcatroyed the
hulldlng. A house some distancc from
Deepdale was rented by Mra. Vander?
hilt and new hendrjuartera eatabliahed.
The work on the new home will oe
whon a taaieab came along at a ?"?"'?'
rate oi apaed. Both ebauffoun saw a
colllalon was InevKable and Jamnvad or.
their brakee, at tha same liroe Bwanr
ing their cars. lVilitsch turm-.i his car
north. while Wiiiiam W. Idon, chauffeur
..(' the taxicab. tn<-d to tui n WOBt
The taxicab struck the front ai Mmo.
Freenotad'a machtne. The aummoblle
was hurlotl against the sur'a.a CBT,
which BCted as a buff.-r and threw it
back to the ground. lt lanJed on all
WhOOlfl and did not overtur.i
The chauffeur of tho tozicab was
thiown out in front of Mmo. Frotn
siad's oar. Tlie atoffOT and her COO-*
paniona were all jolted from their seats
..n.l DaUBgCf was thrown out. A man
and woman paaaangar ln tha taxkab
were shaken np.
Patrolmaa Ifi Qrath, of tha IVaat lltta
Btreet station, found DO DOBd tfl call an
ambulanca Tbo ...sscngors |n tho
taxicab walk-d aw.iy without leavlng
tbolr namea The taxicab araa put ouc
of commission. but Mme IT'-mst.-id's
car waa aot badly damagod.
started in a short time. A large sito n
west.heater County and ona <>n ix>ng
Island an- tiiulcr i ..nsideration. Tho
*ite on Long Isiand is regardod moal
Mrs. Vaaderbill refuaad reatorda* lo
Bay any thing OOncornlag tho p'ans.
She la ln the ChUdron'fl Court almost
.laily Wlth .Mrs. W. M. Kvaiif. nvu?? la
in charge of tho invostigators. Tne
fact of her decislon to endow tbo Big
Sistors and establish a new h-mio be*
ramo known through a woman pfom*
itie-nt in BOClOty wh>> v, i.shod h. r ii.ni..
arlthbeld, When th.- mombors of tho
Qrganikationfl whO COUld l*1 reached
restarday wara aakod ooaceratai tha
plana they refuaed t>. talk. Thoy aii
admltted, howevor, that "certaln
i>ians" would i.e announced al tho an
nual meeting to bo iioid this w<
BLACK CATS' EARS
FAIL TO WORK CHARM
Buyers Reraain Visible?Bar
tender Pummels One and Auto
Runs Over Another.
<'llloa.ro. pe, |, 1;. ,,rpe A PupBU*
sky. tho f'olish bnnl.er-coiijuror re
ceatly rcieaaod (rum the Koaan of for*
rertion. BrhOTfl hO WBfl ,;ent hv Judge j
1 ??ndi?= to aorve six montha f?.r aettlng
InvlalhiHty olntmenta an.i love charma,'
was aireatod agaln to-nlght Pupauaky
soid Anton Leokotlta, ;? folloa oountry*
man. B bia, k CBt'fl <;,r t.. ni.iko hirn lr
rlalble. Uokorita giadly pald 135 foi
tho .h.iriii aml put Ihe rar, aeeordlng
to dlroctiona, In hla lefi watatcoai
Confidenl .n hbi InvlalhiHty, bohorita
thon e-ntore<l a BBloon with tho pr..prio
tor of whi.h ha waa nol on frtaidlj
terms. MakiiiK aura tha ihariu was in
place, ho atepped behlnd tha bar and
bogan to help hfalBOif to b.,ttlo<l coods
Tbe bgrtender Immediatet* fell on
i>okorit/. and huotled hhn lato tho
i...k..rit/. a .nt to Pupausky*a houae,
thlnking tha! aomething must ba amli
h<- did not aea the coajuror, bnl ^as
mct by a aroman, who told him ho h.id
to have a flMfk benn t?. go wlth thfl
oat's oar. LeOkorttfl l?>ught a baaa and
returncd to ih*? BBlOOn and WBOt be
hind tho bar agaln. The bart. nler
ejoctod him more energethallv than be?
fore. lle had BOVOral bruiscs t,. flhuW
tho poii.-o when he made his omplalnt.
Another purchaaof ot a black cat'a
,;,r is BOOghl bj the police t-. te-tlfv
against th<- COBjurOT. This man poughl
;i l.la. k cat'a ear and was run ,. ? r
BOOn after by an BUtOflBObtlO, Th<- man
<lid not make a .omplalnt. his fri.-n'ls
BBid, beeanaa ho was invisii.ie and
could not blame the chauffeur for not
SHE LIVES5 DAY^S ON DIME
Runaway Returna to Home She
Mabel Patemeyer, ninoteon years old,
Of No. B013 Third avenue, Brooklyn, fOT
\vhom B general pi.llce alarni was sent
|,,ut last Tuaaday night, rotarnod to her
home last night, tir.-.l and bungry.
The giii diaappearad aftor attondlng
Night School 118, at ii9th street and
Fourth avMiuc, where she bad bOBO
taklng a COorSO in cooking. Tho fol?
low iiiK dav two lottors, apparently
anittOB by iho giri. told of her being
tired of life and obJOCtlag to the stri.t
I ilisc-iplino that sh.- had bOOO BUbJOCtOd
[to by her brother Harry.
Aeeordlng to tiio gtrl'a atory, aha has
trampad lha stroots sin.e Bha dlaap*
I pgarada BttA has livod on 10 eaota, her
only money pOBBoaslon whon she kft
MASHER GOT GIRL'S TEETH
She Bit Annoyer. Leaving
Molars Embedded in Flesh.
I By Teleprapl. tei Tha TrtbBBB 1
< iiic-ago. Dae. I. ?Thga a pgratataat
? masher tried IO fotoa his attentiona on
I Miss Thorega Ksycki in front of her
i home at No. 9M6 North H.imlin ave?
nue to-day the young woman sank her
1 teeth in his hand. Tbe man wrench.-.l
'his hand awa> and the giri flad.
When Mim Kayckl racovarad from
, t^je en.onnlci" she dis*??* <"?? <l |WO teeth
were mlsslng. MmJmhavOB thi- m.-lars
I romaincd IflBboddei ta thfl ma*hc-r's
DEATH BY FLIGHT
Weber Warned That Gangsters
Had Decreed His Death by
Knife for "Squealing"
on Four Gunmcn.
PLANNED TRIP TO EUROPE
Underworld Told He Would Try
to Escape to China?Other
"Informers" to Meet Same
Fate as Rosenthal,
Binlater warnings from the under?
world of ihi.s ,-it> were responsil.le for
the stidd. n departurc of 'Bridgie"
Weber, the Roaentnal .a.-e "infonner."
and his wlfe, who left for CUBB on
Prlday. Although Dlstrkt Attorney
\\ hii man did not seem to place much
reliance in the r.ports as to the reasons
far Webcr's hasly trip to t.'uba. lt was
op.nly stated among the haunts of the
gBJlgmen that Weber oniy lefl this
eountry when he received Ilrst hand
tnformation that to remain It re a da
longer would mean his B-dden and vlo
When KridKie' was appmache.l bv
newapaper men just before the W'arl
liner Barataxfa left her siip oa afrtday
he v. as palpahly nervous. II" k< K
gltajactBg ai-iiit the ship every rno- j
ni.nl. as thmigh fearing a btdden en
cmv araa abOUl to atlaik him He Im- |
plored the newspaper men t>. let him j
alone. evldently fearing k-st the BVen
who have BWOCn to "i-p.ak" him shoiil-J j
ba glven the sccnt and do BWBJ wi'lij
him before the boat sallcd.
Gangmen Not Beckar'a Frianda.
InveattgatJoa last nisht broughl to(
llght that Weber has been iraiied by
gvanaea . ortataatly rtiaca ha was;
llberated trom ihe Tonba, He at-1
tenapted !?? kerp his arharaakjiutg arhlle
i? thi:. clty a Bacret, bul lYtenda .-f,
Lefty t.oui.''' i'..s.-iit).Tg. ' aarn",
St heppe, 'Whit-.v LewlB nnd MDag?
PYank" Clrotlcl, who arer.Btar-ced t" ,
i| re enll; foi their part in the ,
Roeerrtrual murder aa * dlred reBuit of
irstimoiiv hy Weber and tis frlends. |
i.arn.d of ins eddraaa suad keaf a aaaaal
?yaxti || oll hllli.
ln an Raal Maa bbJooo, lha pra- ,
pi-p-ior of which haa a- aleved ajotot-rat!
becaose of hl -acapadaa, II was'
learned lhal Ihe men who ..re gfti r
Weber bave arwora to Mgel hlan," tven
if duing ao ne.essitates b world-arlda
:,1 011 their part They ha\- K I
n i?. boowB lhal lha gun arlU nol bi
I ,n his taklBg oiT. Among ex?
perlent ed gangatt i lha uai of the ro?
oi , r in "bumptng off' an anemy h u
fallen Into dtaarepBte aloce lha Boaau
thai ...-<. it atttacta t>^ ?au< n ?''
lentlon. The knife wiii ba made itea i
of when the Ubh .b - to pnl Weber
a.ijt .,f the way.
tfh* i?t'.priet.>r ol thi Mloofl ln quee.
tion declared Ihart the men who ara at
, ntnltj a Kh ' itri.ici.'." ao ordlng t>.,
ti, naan are nol thoae a/ho hava ahy
aympathy with UeutenaBl Backer, Ihe
erch-coBaplrator Ib th? lUaawtlnvl mor
,i..i , bm it |g baea mn ef tha raaaner
|rj Whkrli Weber ??-i|ii. aled" ..n the four j
gunmen that they hava taken oath to
fl, qnare on tha dapfaef Uttk ganabter.
lt is graown that the pistri. t MtOT
ney has been Itif.-rined af th- fact that
Woaer*a llfa haa been tbroatamd. H"
has had detectivea guaHlag "Bridgie."
rinco the latter gOl OBl Of the Tomh.-.
Alld every dax Weber'a Metada
among the gangim n m.n aVBO have
reroa-ned lo: al t?> haa la spite of his
-equeaHng*' bave been tlPfdng him off
as to the tiiovenienti- <-f U.B avr-nglng
guBB-en. Tha kBaajaa-dga thal he waa
? marked man dld'iiot BppeaJ pleasant
iv to "Bridgie " "p "''"f0 ?*? ,ook of a
bunted man. and nmmi nrnay auaep
leaa nlghta. "n wM*. ,""- Mt ?*?
ilraln, and bogged berhuaband t.. keep
,? sed-ision. Then Weber de. ided that
Borop- was the beat place for him. He
eagagod paeaage tor Mra. Weber and
hlmaaHf. ThdUr saiiing was g-taad-led
for thr.?-? araeka trom mat tPriday.
BavlBg made preparations for his
departurc frota this dty, "Hridgie** feit
relleved. tt- >'.gan to go about more.
although alaraya.lar lha iuard ofda
tectlvea. Then. on.- nlght l.ist weeat, B
ine-.iage came to him from his Iii. n.ls
,,? c,,r- Baat aaaa, Jus' wltat that mes
nage waii ia not kno,vn. Its ImjH.rt to
?Bridgie," however. was plain. He lost
his alr Of jauntlness and went around
with fcar showlng plainly in hla cyes.
rjloaely following the reccipt of thl8
warniiig from the underworld came a
t, lophone uiuaaaga to Waaaar*g basaa.
ri,,. p.-uiiblcr blnaaeU anawered the
i wlre, and what he heard made him
! tn mi.le. The man's voice on tho othet
Ott_ Bl the wire reruicHtcd tlmt
j "Bridgie" go to a certain place on a
[certain nlght laat week to "meet a
Weber left the telephone treiubling
' IN. ...nsult.d bai w-ife. and the two
evotved a schen.e to cliido the fat.
' Weber plainly feured. un the appohued
I nlght "Bridgie" kept close within thej
i i.iin prot.. tlng valls of bai home. Hia
Kaml.l.rs catitioii did not desei t blm|
[ooa Be craftily. If ungallantly, pcr
; BUaded hia wlfe to keep the appoint- j
I nient aith th.- unUnown ? fi I- nd." Mrs. j
I Weber went to the place d.-signated. |
! N'otblBg liappen- d
Will Go to China.
ll was then that Weber change.l htla
plana and dcclded to slip out of tlv j
lontmufil aa ?ec?ad psse, aeiffll- column.
CROWN PRINCE DANILO OF
CROWN PRINCE WOUNDED
Danilo of Montenegro Hurt in
Fighting Near Scutari.
Paris, De.-. -j ? Crour. Prince Danil<>
of Montenofro has boon aartoualy
WOUnded, ac ording to a Rieka report
to "1^ Malin." He raOOlVOd his
wounds in an assault on the Turkish
poaltlona domlnatiag BcotarL
Tbe Prlnce? was brought to Rioka in
an aiub'ilanci-. BOCOrdinf to the reports.
whora ar oparatton upon tho intestine,
which had bCOB parforated, was per
FIRST KISS ALMOST FATAL
Woman Who Sought It Breaks
Rit)s and Arm.
Hackanaack, N. .T.. Doc. I.?A baahful
tKiy, arbo rafuaed t.. ba blaaed at a Kew
Bridge barn danCO, near here, was ln
diractly raaponalbla f.-r i Barlonfl aecl
dont to Mr.-i. Wintield A.-kcrmnn. who -s
a patlent in ihe Hackanaack Hospital.
siitfering fr.un B broken arm. tw >
brok.-n ribs and Belnful bruisos on th.
Maaba and body.
Tho f.iurtoen-yoar old boj, who >h Iy
declarad ha ha nevor baaa ktaaad, was
ehaaad by Mrs. eVcbBiaaaii Ha dartod
upatalra to tho ii-w- barn loft, whora
ba was flt.allv COrnOTOd. As ho strug
xie.i io ba frea Mrs. /lekanaaa backed
up ag.ilnst tha dOUMo door. Tho tom
poraiv catcb gavo way, and sho an.i
tha boy foil a dbrtanca of twaaty-Hvg
The i,<>\ acas fortunate la landlng oa
the w.imnn. thus os< aping InJury. Dr.
Charlea F. Adams is aitcnding Mrs.
MISS TAFT'S DOG WELL
Rccovery of Caro, Royal Poodle,
Gladdens White House.
. r.-nm r - 1 |bUR? ll'irr.vi. 1
IVaahlagton, i>ec l.?Joy reigns ln
tba wi.it.. Houaa oaea more, bacauaa
.;.!,.. tho royal Moodod Italtaa poodle
belonging to Miss fteien Taft, has ro
turned from tho boapital ln Haa fottla
and wlll be thora to greei. bar on hor
,,in al to morrow afternoon
,-..ir.,w provallod f?>i" so\oral daya
after ihe dopartnra <>f Miss Taft for
Panama whon a atubhorn cold which
Caro loob just bofora bar daparturo,
?nd Whlch Piwaantod his accorupanying
her, refuaad to raspond to old croams,
lace handkerchlaffl an.i hot wator bot
Peariug that Mlaa Tafl would return
.md flnd bar pai atlll ta tha throes of
dlatemper, he was wrapped in warm
robBB and BOflt t" 8 vetorinary sur
geon'fl hospital ln Mth Btroot, whora
f,.r somo daya ho rofused to roopond t >
ordlnary d-.g ramedloa Tho day t.-r
Mi?s Taffa reluin dr.-w nearrr, and tho
attondanta m tbo boapital rho know
Mlaa Taft's affc-tion for tho beatltiful
animal. bocnnie anxious. <'ar... woll,
was ratinmod to tho Whlta House
yaaterday, lo tba deiicht of "Bflly"aad
'?Toin'' I.aughlln, .Miss Taft'fl llttle
CROSSES CHANNEL IN GALE
Airman Carried Out of Oourse,
Despite 50 H. P. Motor.
1 H> .-ilM..' lo Tle Trihun* |
I..,nd.'ii, DOC - J- B. Manio, of
Hempatoad, fUlng a BMrtOt monoplano
lilted with B .">0-hor.sepower Gnome en
Kino, lofi Boulogne at 1 o'clock >estcr
day afternoon, with the intontion of
flying to Folkestone. A Btrong south
westorly wlnd, bowever. oarrled him
over the North KbB, and after an
advonnirous joiirney he eventualiy
alightod in safoty at Margatc
Thh is tho flrst time a winter CTOBB*
ing tt ll1"" <'hannel has heen aecom
pllabad by an airman. Mist and ex
treme oold added to the perlls of the
TOBACCO BESTS MAD BEAR
Ohewer Saves Life by Squirting
Juice in Bruin's Eyes.
I Bv Telegraph to Tli" Tribune )
Montgomery, Ohlo, Dec. l.-James
Wllllamson, a camp cook, encountered
a hugo bear that had escaped from '.'.*
owne.- here to-day, and by rare ;ires
<,me of mind and a mouthful of to
baeco Ju'oe escaped being hugged to
doatb b>' squirting tb* juice square invo
Wllllamson was taking a near Cttt
back to his camp after havlng missed
his < ar, and comlng on the bear unex
pe-i ledly wan unable to escape. He
was uiiarm?d and started to run, but
Bruin was too quic k for him. The bear
put his feet about Willlarason's body
and gavo hlni one good embrace. He
waite.l his ciiance, and when the bear
tried to "kiss" him spat the mouthful
,,f lohacio into its eyes. Instantly the
bear lot loose of Williamson and beat a
POLICE BLIND TO
With Drug Store as Headquarters Sidewalk
Dealers in "Dope Belt" of Tenderloin
Reap Rich Harvest fromVictims.
GUNMEN GANGS PROTECT THEM
Investigator Finds No Trouble in Buying Deadly Stuff in
Three Stores and from Six Outside Sellers?Pays
for Drug Under Glare of Light
*with Police Looking On.
Through an investigation of condi
tions in the Tenderloin, toverlng the
last two days of last week, The
Tribune gives horewith a statement
dlsclosing tha'. opium and cocaine may
be and are being purchased with the
utmost freedom from police interfer
enoa throughout the section bounded
by 26tb street on the south and 41st
street on the north and runnin? from
Stvenfh to fcighth avenues.
Purchascs of these drugs, the solling
or posKession of which without a pre
scriptlon from a physician is against
the law, and. in the case of cocaine, a
felony, can be made at any number of
different points ln tho section bounded
ab.,\e. [a Bti of the nine instances
BttOd bj an inv.stigator for The
Tribune the .sales of cocaine were
made on the open street, scveral of
them pia.tically under tho eyes of
poHcemon on po?t or "dotoetlvaa"
Thrcc cocaine sales were made in
shops Which were ostensibly cngaged
in legitimate business, and one sale of
heroin was made in a drug store
whloh ia spoken of among the habitues
..f the distriot as the Tenderloin head
ganrtora lor "dope."
BacttOB ITlti of the Penal _*W, en
titlod "Sale of cocaine or cucaine,"
prohlbits the sale of co'-ine except
under a regiatered phystoian's pre
scrlption, declares t at the doaler BBOSt
label lt, even when sold under rre
scrlption, and provldes that a record
of purehaser'B names an.i addresses
must l.o kept.
Law Mekes It Felony.
That section reads, in part, as fol
lt shall be unlawful foi any; P*r?-n to
Mll, furnish or dlapoOO of alkaloid CO*
Srie or Ite oolta or alpba or beta ca*
pilne or thalr aalta, or any admlxturr of
reralna or cucatne. eaeept ui.on the
writtS- preecrlpUon of a duiy roglotored
physlcUn, which preoertptioa Bhall oa
retained by the peraon who dlepenoeo tbe
same except that such alkalo \n
cocaine or its aaMa may u*fuiivi,e oold
_t wholcoale opor. Ibe ^"?"???'5?.?
llceooed pharnuclot or llceneed*?lg?t*
duiv regiatered practielng p"^*!?"'
llceneed veterlnarlan or llceneeddeotlat
nrovlded lhat the wholesale dealer shall
.Aa or eanaa to be afflxed to the bottlo.
boV esse ? package conta niiig tl.s
-. -u'cle m 1,1 and upon the outslde wraP
Srr of the packaue -s or.Klnally put up.
', iab.1 dlatlnctly disp.ayir.B- tha aame
? ??i ouantitv of cocaine or its saits
-nd BSIft word "p..is..n.' ?ith the
naini ?nd place of business of the aollor.
.11 nrlnted in red lnk. ...
Any P-rson who eloUteo BW of:the
n-ovlsions of this aoctlon shall be auiltv
Sfa felony puntahable by Impri-onment
of not more than one year or a flne of
,,ot more than 11,000. or both.
Ordlnary observation in the BOCtiOO
of the Tenderloin in the nelghborhood
of :.4th tO -lat streets, between Scventh
and Kighth avenuos, disoloscd a total
of not less than two hundred and flfty
vloiationa of that section of the law Jti
each of the two last nighta of last
The street sales of cocaine were made
not only to ahabblly dressed and evi
dently conflrmed "dopo nends," but also
to numbers of well dressed men and
women. who plalnly came to that nelgh?
borhood for the sole purpose of buylng
the. drug in a section where the police
aaaaaad to be "shuttlng one eye" to the
law-breaking trade carrled on right
under their noses.
Drug Store a Headquertera.
So far as the Tenderloin is concerned,
the cocaine trade eeems to radiate from
n drug store ln tiie heart of the "dope
distrlct." Over the counter In that
drug store many of the street mer
chants of the drug get their supply.
When they aell out because of a rush
of trade early ln the evening they rc
plenlsh their Btock at the same place,
or, aa in one Inatance noted on Frlday
night. act as go-between for the would
bfl purchaser and the drug store aource
In two tours of the district an ln
vestlgator had the following experl
ences on Frlday and Saturday nights of
He Btarted from 42d street and
Eighth avenue, and after a walk of one
block approached a young fellow whose
friends called him "Sklp."
"Sklp" was standlng on the sidewaik
in 41st street, south side, about twenty
yards east of the corner of Eighth ave?
nue. The purchaser said he wanted a
"deck," and "Sklp" said, "Where'a your
When a quarter was proffered "Sklp"
paased over a "deck," which contalned
about as mueh coculne in crystal form
as would half fl.Il an ordlnary thimble.
The sale waa made on the sidewaik,
and "t?kip" produced the "deck" from a
Continuing south on Kighth avenue,
the in\cstlgator next stepped Into a
rostaiirant aouth of 41st street. where
bo aatMoWi la B > halr boside a man
who, though occupying a seat there,
waa neither eatmg nor waiting for food
or . hange.
Thia salesman was ealled "White.
cap." and as soon aa he araa asked for
a "deck" produced B small envelope of
cocaine and took *_"} cents ln return.
"Whltecap" did not go out of th? reat
taurant to make tho sale; in fact, h??
didn't even get up from his comfortable
Peragrinating "Coko" Sallar.
'Vnsslng OVer 36th street then and goir.g
pprhaps twenty feet beyOBd the comer of
aeveatb avoBBa an.l toaani Baoadaray,
the would-be pun-hascr made the prop. r
kind of approach to a street mer
chant known as "Dr. Shuttle." Tli^
"doctor" had the cocaine in his BOCket,
but he wanted to s.-n the inoii.-y aetora
he produced it. Reassured on that pohit
by the sight nf a quarter of a dollar. "Pr.
BhOttle" exchanged the small packag.- af
"coke" for the money atid "shuUi"!"
away toward Kroadway. In the "BBBBJ
dlatrtet" the "doctor" is kaewB as eae ad
tlie hardest salesmen to flnd, beeause he
is Ble/aya moving. He saaulaea his tra\. la
taurgery to 36th atreet, but runa f:om
Hroadway to Klghth avenue, and invarla
bly "shuttles" off in one directton or an?
other after each sal<\
On tho east side of Beveatta
north of 36th Btreet are BBVeral laach
rooms where OOOalOB may be bought ftaM ?
ly, either inside or out. Tba uninistaka
hle type of coealne "street siller" mav
be aeen lounging around th, sidewalks Im
front of some ef these. Iiinahfoeawa BV
occupylng a BtoaslBOBt front BBBt wlthin.
Turnlng north after buying a "deck"
from "Dr. Shuttle," the investigator was
able to make another purchase from ;?
atreet menhant who gOBB ->y thr name of
'One Teeth Mae" aaaaag his Botaaaguaa
This sale was made on tlv sidewalk in
front ef one of the lunchroom*. where tha
brlftiit BBTBta from the windoW ef that
aatabllahiiiBiil made it appear a Borraearhat
reekless atmospherc in which to court a
"one Teota .Ma.-," however, .-. nm.d tha
idea that "de buiis," ottaat-riee tha pettcv,
would have any obJeCttOB f.> make.
"Vou tnus' be a BOW snii'fer,'' hc <l,
elaier). with conternpt. "Why, aVB '.li
sellin' dis way right along."
The Ohio Kid" Crafty.
In a hlBChrOOBI BOUth of Tth street on.
purchase of cocaine was made lnsid<- :,n>l
BBOthar in the doorway ef the ha'l au
Jolning the door of the lunchrootn. Tba
doorway salesman, known gg "Tlv Oiuo
Kld." had an unsavory reputation, BfOB
among the "dopc fiends" and strr.t BM I -
"Th?j Kid's'* method was to have hla
supply of "decks" BO-f-tBd iii the half*
Way, the d"or of which was UBloefc-d,
though caOaaed, and on being appi'-xi'h>-I
by a proepeeUva i ustonv r, whom he
BrOUld size up as a "rn w snifftr." he
would wait aSagerty fur the patMlta-tlea ef
tha aaeaey. If tha groeiihorB or "aew
BBlffer" foolishly produced a BfeOS af
money of grt.ater valu.- than the standard
rpiarW f"i" whleh. "de.-ks" s. 11 in th.
Tenderlolii, "The Ohio Kid" kept the
He worked his game, r\ea it the amount
of money proffcrrd happeaed t>> bl
naaeb aa a 16 bill, and It is for the
smoother working of his BCb-BM that he
keeps tlie supply Ill the hallway rath. r
than In his pockets, aa most af tha street
tn. rchanta do. If tho "dop.- ti. nd ' B-BI-i
to make any fuss over the asea of his
ehange 'The Kld" would threatui to call
the police, and he would make good tbe
bluff lf the victlm remaliicj ohstlnat
Then with the arrlval of the poHraBBQII
"The Kid" would virtuously assert that
"this coke nut is tryin* to pi, k a setap
with me. proUably crazy with the whlt>
atuff. Brt h-'a got SOBBB af II on him
lf the vi. tim was stubborn enough to
brazeti lt out that long, a poilcemau'n
aaareh would naturally dlsclose that thrr
purchaaer had on hla person then th, <-,,
eaine that "The Kld" had Juat soid him,
an.l the vlctim of the gmiic wou.l him?
self he Itaublo for a felony for unlawful
posaesston of the drtig, while "The Ktu"
would BBBBak away durlng the excltement.
Near thla same comer the Investlgatvic
attempted to buy from a "atreet seiur" a.
"deck" of cocaine, but was luformed that
there waa "nuttin" doln'."
"I can get you some heroin, though, if
you wgnta try that- It'a twlce aa good
as coke. anyway." he aald.
Haroin Easy to Gat.
" How' 11 you get lt, or have you got t
"G'over to th' drug atore for you?yo_
couldn't get it."
"Biley" waa the name thia would-b
heroin mcaaenger went under, but it waa
evident from hla faclal contour that ln
did not belong to tbe race that the Rlleys
come from. However, "Rlley" made ar
rangetnenta to meet the tnveatlgator ln
37th atreet, weat of Seventh avenue, and
etarted for the drug atore to buy the
When he came out after tnaklng the
purchase he walked ao awlftly that lt w?s
almoat a run until he got well into the
darknees of $7th street. weat of Seventh
avenue, and then turned around aharply
to watch for the man who had aent him
ln to get tbe drug. Aa the uitlmate pur
chaaer appeared. walklng alowly weat in
37th street, "Rilcy** began to walk east a*
awlftly aa he had a moment before been
going weat, and aa he paaaed the lnve<ii
gator he puahed the littie package Into
hla hand ana continued his runnlng walk
without a word.
Two'patroltnen stood on the aouth side
of 37th street, dlrcctly opposlte thta littie
acene on Fridav nl.ht, and though only