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fol. LXX?\\.,.No. 24,708.
Bv The "Crlbuno A ?sorl at I on. 1
NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY
Temporal lire Ye?ter?l?j:
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:>. 1DH. SEVEN PAKTS <;s PAGES.
PRICK FIVE CENTS.
PUT GUARD ON
HUNT 3 WOMEN
I Frceport Police Seek Pa
ticnts Seen Fleeing
After Fatal Shot.
IOLD FUNERAL IN
MRS. BAILEY'S HOME
f Husband Declares He Will
Press investigation to
RS. CONKLIN WILL
J?otlier of Mrs. Carman to Go on
Stand?Detectives Brought to
Make Search for Gun.
i I'm.Ti a ?ta*? i'n- -<? ondrnt.l
Freeport, I^ong bland, Jvly 4. Dis- ?
*a?kt Attorney Lewis J. Smith of
na county said late to-night that he 11
g?w centring his investigation of the
?arder n( Mr-?. loui?e Bailey on four
parsons a man snd three women, the
latter pa-.ients of Dr. Kd-vm Carman. '
All li**e near Freeport, one of th<
aroraer being a raaidtnt of Hemp-^tcad.
Mr. Srrith said thet detectives arc
tracing the movements of the four on
the night of the murder and th?.-ir as
aocimtion with Dr. i arman.
"May it be assumed?'' he waa asked,
l*"tbat these women call-ii Dr. ?arman to
attend them professionally when they
really did not m-eo him bocauae they
?aere fond of him ?"
"That is a natural inference," he
At midnight Mr. Smith suddenly scut
*Oord to have n guard of county de?
tectives placed around the Carman
residence. The house was guarded
until this morning b\ Frceport police,
who were then withdrawn, and no sur?
veillance was kip: ur.til the count,
police were sent there to-ll
Smitb refused to explain h,; action.
A squad of Freeport police was sent
to guard the house until the arrival
t>' the county detectives.
Among those whose relations with
the doctor are bei'ig <1 are ,
t?o women, described as "pre'ty. ex?
pensively dressed and under tv
ire year? of age."
Archie Fost. fieorge Golder,
Edwin Orman. lira. Id? Powell and
others have testified thst the-o ? ro
women, whom no one ever seems to
rave Keen before, were in the anU
Naai of Dr. Carman's office the night
of the shooting, and hurried out of the
house immediately after the fatal shot
Expect Important Testimonx.
Their testimony in the case
pected to be of great importance. They
are wanted eithei ate or
deny Golder's positive statement thai
^Mrs. Carman paaaed through the lower
part of the house five aainntea before
Mr?. tfailey's murder, a Btati
which Dr. ?arman for th?
yesterday took occasion to char;, I
as a "lie.''
Although the authfl r 'he
Biutdcr investigation have known of
th? presence of the two young wom?n
in the an te-room up to yesterday they
had entirely BOglected to take any **c
tio:. ta bring thai oquest or
find out who they were and what their
atory would be, sn oversight which to
tnany appears as inexplie?,;
' re to make an imrne
for the revolver ?? 'h which th?.
ing was done.
? understood that
? "ntinii.il on pace
This Morning s News.
" Bomb..... 1
Ki'led by A',*'- S . 1
Primary Law Worriei Leaden. I
Mel'ombs A on. ?"
Count Karolji Returns. 9
Mrs. Angle Fear? fol i ....10
k Rogers Wins Soi 10
'.art? in T? 10
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Ciffor? ' .* Dieagre? . 1
1 ? Ready to ?' ' 'irrftn/a.. 3
?'m A.K?-d te R? ;.4
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t I ? Officials in England ? 6
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Seal btato ?'?ri 1 . |, 2, 3, and 4 ?
aloer.'ul part 4
! WOMEN HELD UNDER AUT
New Yorkers in Skidding A
cident Near Hartford.
' ? Trlbvae *
. July I Mrs. Fra
Collins and Miss Isabella McCai
ney, both ? [ ? v irk City, had a n?
row- escape from serious injury late t
when their automobile skidd
and overturned on the Berlin Turnpil
men were caught under the m
bul ver;- ? non extrieated a;
brought to this city, where they we
d m a ho- pita).
a broken collarbo
njnrioa and Miss McCartn*
' ing from shock and bruises.
, bursting tire caused the car to ski
en were returning home fro
a trip to the White Mountains.
BELMONT CAR HITS B0?
' So Youngster Guesses Final
1 cicr May Buy Him New Bicyc'
taguif Belmont was on his way
his aummer home in Hempstead, Loi
I. yesterday, when his automobi
struck a small boy on a bicycle in tl
main street of th.- village of Qucena.
ad was William Lannigan, ii
teen, i f 107 Fourth av., Manhattan. 1
waa : lowly behind the proee
' icyele was unsteady. .'
Mr, Hein,. ?.?ne, travelling
?une direction, started to pass tl
lad ;i swerved a little and the mu.
guard of the car struck him, knockir
Mr. fii-lmont at once leaped out of h
car and took the hoy's name and ?n
Coroner Voegel took Lanniga
to St. Mary's Hospital, .lamaica, thr?
miles away. There it was found the bo
was only Blightly injured.
"1 guess, maybe, Mr. Relmont'll bu
me a new bu-;,'-le now; perhaps that
why he took my name." said Willian
as he left the hospital.
FIRES AT PARTY
Hartford Has Imitator of Free
port Slayer Letters in
Pocket Stop Bullet.
.??rai'ii la Th? Trillin? |
Hartford, tonn., July 4. While :
party including General Rudolpl
ng ami Jamea L Uanniford, o
ind Advertising Agency, o
Y..rk, and Louis Darling nn.l I,
M l> in, ol tl ?? E. .1. Martin Mills
ni' Rockvillc,. Coi n., were at luneheot
in th- "-I ilberry i-t. ca-"c of the Heub
Hotel to-day, a .^'-calibre bullet
: i by I crai-k ivbii hat
been reading of the Freeport murder
came crashing through the haif openei
... and i.'ilgeil in the coat pocke
,.' Louis Mi isner, the waiter, whr
was placing a course on llanniford'*
The bullet war- fired deliberately ji<
the diners, who ? th? only ones ii
lhat particular I of the ciiU
after the ;*!8-<s was shut
? he waiter dropped
dishes and fell to ihe
floor ;n a '..
ition -bowed that th?
bulle* i pac? ige of ?otter.?
and dropped into the pocket of his
Mr. uanniford rushed into '.he
an alarm, but the only
clew the t is the story ol
iks, who said he
' ,n the
low ly raiee a re
? ?.-?hieb he daahed
aroun?; the corner and disappeared.
NO LIFE MASK OF BRYAN
He Balked at Sitting Still and
Breathing Through Quills.
Washington, July 4. No life m?vsk
rotary Bryan ia likely to be made.
. ng to a story toi.i in artistic
? gton in the iast week.
?. who made
Pope Leo XIII and
bed dead of Am?'rica
red to obtain *?uch a
repre I cretar* fir-, an.
? tary of Stute and enlist
fri? nd who ?lid know
him. Mr. Bryan's secretary wa
that the subject was placed in a chair
u t., a barbei ' i tlu ir and I
covered with a soapy plaster, which
.-.i r-1j_'ht or ten ninut l
.- which time, 'o permit breathing,
(|uill- in the subject's
? ? .. erlj awaited the return
; r.cr.d. "1 an I tret it ?" he
"You cannot," was the answer, "Vl hen
. ryan' ecretary found that it
tting for ten
athing through quills 1
had a chance to make a
... ? Thai ettled it."
HEART BALM MAIL
A SOURCE OF CHEER
(rant-. Who Lost f iancee to
F'rince. Reconciled to fate?
Received Touching Letters.
Jeffei '.'i Patterson Crane, of Daytan,
Ohio, Laura Me
Donald Stallo, cf Cincinnati, broke the
engagement that aha might marry
?? rday on the Ham?
burg-Am? i can imer Vaterland In ea>
He had become reconc led to his fate
and v.a cheered, ha **sid, by sympa
ceived from ?bout a
He knew a few of the
greater part of h:s
aalnri mail "?? 1|'""1 ?trang
iwever, did not hive one
perfumed ? ,fi ?iiana i?-r
to biti and eeat
the Atlantic He let
rough his fingers ?s if
..? a d? ?d loi
? , engaged lo Miss
Idaughter of the late
McDonald, the Standard Oil
... October, ?018.
IN? Iforl in May to marry li?-r
? ;,m hip ?1 -
rived ?.it the 1 reneh r? i ? ? ? '
g? t. Hing h im a letti r
? .? im "explaining all
President Enjoys Fireworks.
: - Pr? lent >*? il
? -.i, i. from
? ;il mil ? oi
. nd from Amei lean ? ociel le i
.,..-? i i!,,i my, bun
eople on I he 1381 h
. Up li
met or ? fourth ol Jnly
Great Throng Hears
dent Talk on Patrie
CALLS U. S. WORLI
LEADER FOR R
Deprecates "Dollar Dipln
and Defends Free Tolls
I (?* Tele?en?h le TTae Tribun
Philadelphia, July 4. Presid?
?on was the central figure in a i
celebration of the ISSttl hirth.U
versary of American independ?
day. In this environment, liarki
to the birth of the nation'?
surrounded by historic relics (
with the table on which the I
tion of Independence wa? sigr
fore him. and a pitcher one |
George Washington at hi<i hai
Pr?sident arose from a chair u
John Hancock amid tremendo
plause. He touched in a gener
unon the foreign policy of the
State?, including the Mexican ?it
the Panama tolls question? and
Independence Squa-e ???? j,
with people. On the platform ?a i
President were representatives
original thirteen state? and
e.\?ry patriotic organization i
country. The applause was fr?
and enthusiastic, and the street?
the railroad station to the ?cene
celebration were lined with v
?Ahile the buildings were dec?
with American flairs.
The President's trip to Philadi
was uneventful, hut his train WI
laved forty-five minutes on the r
trip as a result of a freight car
ing the rails, which hlockcl the s
bound track. The President's trail
backed up nearly two miles to H
Md., in order that it might be swi
to another track. Only his seer?
Joseph P. Tumulty, and Dr. Cai
(irayson accompanied President
i.reets Slain Sailor'? Mother
Refore the President pot his sr
well under way the croud ?urged
ward in such confusion that a j,
was threatened. Two companiei
marines and sailor? itood before
speakers' stand, and Mr. Wilson
forced to stop several times, but fir
got the crowd under control.
"Liberty doe? not consist in tr
to get a front seat," he said, wi'
smile, at one point.
While the President was wait ?Hi
?peak Mr?. Smith, mother of on?
the first sailors killed at Vera C
greeted him Mr. Wilson told her
should be proud of her son, and sli
her warmly by the hand.
"It must be a (treat comfort to
to have been the mother of sue]
hero," he said.
Pounding his fist on the table
which the Declaration of Independe
was signed, he asserted that Americ
to-day must manage their affairs i
way to do honor to the founders of
nation. There are men in Washing
to-day, he said, whose patriotism
not showy but who accomplish gr
patriotic things. They aie staying
hot Washington, doing their du
keeping a quorum in each house
Congress to do busi ??s. "And I
mighty glad to stay mere and stick
them," he added.
"We are assembled to-day to ee
brate the 13?th anniversary of t
birth of ?he United States," said >
Wilson, "1 suppo?e we can more viv
ly realize the circumstances of tti
birth, standing on this historic spi
than it would be possible to realize
"Rut have you ever read the Decl
ration of Independence.' When yi
have heard it read, have you attend'
to i, sentences? The Iteclarntion
Indepen?!ence is not a Fourth of .lu
oration. The Declaration of Indepen
enee WUS a document preliminary
war. It involved a vital piece of hu?
re??, no* a piece of rhetoric. And
you will get further down in the lea?
ing than its preliminary passage
where it quotes about the rights (
men, you will ?ce that it is a rery bw
citic body of declarations concern!?
the business of the day not the bus
he's of our day, for the matter v. it
v. lnrh it deals it past the business o
revolution, the bu?iness of 177(i. Th
Declaration Of Independence does no
mean anything to us merely in its gen
eral statements unies? we can appen
to it a similarly specific body <>f par
ticulars as to what we consider ou
liberty to ronsi?t of.
Liberty and Patriotism.
"I.ii,?-! ;. does not consist in mer
general declarations a? to the rights o
man. It consist-, in th? translation 8
those declarations into definite action
Therefore, standing here, where th?
Declaration wa? adopted, reading it'
businesslike sentences, w? ought to s?l
, . U hat is there in it tor BS
There's nothing in it for us unless w<
can ttan-lat?' it into term? of our cu
ronditien and of our own live?. W?
reduce it te "-'hat the lawyer? call
n bill ?if particulars. It contains a bill
of particular the bill of particulars
?f 177?, and if we are to revitalise it
?se are to All it with a bill of particu
lai of ItH.
"The '.a*-k to which we have to a'l
tjr? ourselves la ?? proof that we are
worthy of the men who drew this gnat
declaration by showing u*e know what
thej would have done m our circum
i m, n-1.
"Patriotism consists of some very
practical 'lung?, practical In 'bat the?.
belong to everyday life, in that they
belong to n<> axtrnord m; distinction
but t? 'hose things vhicb are BBSOCl
?t,.,i v-itli ear s?*ery?Jaj enmmoupleee
duty There ?te twine gentlemen In
*,*, ;, hington, for ??ample, who are
Showing thernscl>i:< to be patriotic in
I ,.nii,il in iiaee < "l'?mn ?
HARLEM TENEMENT DYNAMITE EXPLOSION.
The double-deck tenement house at
1626 Lexington av. after the explosion
in the I'aron apartment, on the top
floor, which is indicated by a cross. Ar?
row shows where the body of Mit? Mary
i (have/, was -'ound in the adjoining flat.
Potted line shows how the force of the
j explosion hurled the body of Carl
Hansen, an annrchist, over the roof
of the neighboring church, landing it
in Fast lO.'id s ., crushed beyond recog?
MEXICO ELECTS ~~
Lascurain Expected To Be
Chosen?Then a Foreign
Post for Huerta.
W'ashing'nn. ,lu!v -1. Unoficial nd
\ires reachi-d Washington to-night that
Pedro Laseorain, former Secretary of
Foreign Affairs in Preaidenl Madero'i
Cabinet, would be chosen to-morrow to
sucei-pil Ceneral Huerta as Presi'i.
Mexico, and that Muerta, resuming hil
former post, as chief of staff of the
army, would be diapatched to a foreign
po?'. probably to France.
It wa. ailmitted that the voters in
to-morrow's election would be few, only
those who residr- in the district of Me\
I ico City participating. Candidates for
the Presidency besides Mr. Lascurain
were said to he General Refugio Veins
quel and ("eneral Garcia Pena. Who
ever might be elected was r.-ported to
be ready to turn over the Presidency
to a provisional government, and (ien
ernl Muerta is willing to leave the
country on 'he order of his successor,
thereby saving his face.
According to the information rerch
ing Washington. General Muerta was >
prepared to leave Mexico, and arrange?
ments had practically been finished
whereby Mr. Lascurain would be
elected to the Presidency, thereby
establishint: the Constitutional succ?s
When President Madero and Vice?
President Snare?, were nssassinated in
Mexico City Mr. Lascurain was the log.
ical successor to the Presid?-noy of the
republic. Me presented his resigna?
tion, but it aras not accepted, because
there was no quorum of the Mexican
Congress present. That left Lascurain,
under the terms of the Mexican con?
stitution, as the logical President.
Muerta, however, assumed the dictator?
Muerta, it is reported, is now ready
to depart, bus principal reason for flicht
being to mi\ e his family. A vessei to
take the Muerta family is said *o be
waiting at Puerto Mexico. What ef?
fect to morrow's election will have on
the mediation plan to induce Consti?
tutionalist leaders to meet Muerta dele?
gates m conference over a provisional
government i| unknown. The ?n
forei ee is givi n hi re that Lascurain. if
eloetod, would agree to a provisional
government provided Constitutionalist
Itaders predominated la Its personnel.
Th?) v.o'iM end the v*r in Mexico.
The id i i of this plan, it was i
stilted, depended much Upon the out?
come of Un- Conference at Torre?n be
I twern the representatives of (??nersl
Harrsnca snd ('nierai Villa over ?he |
Ai: MU R CAR?N.
Who was Will* ?I.
internal ?lifferences in the Constitu?
tionalist ranks. Agent? of General
< arranta in Washington were confident
i that tins conference would result in an
amicable adjastment and that the rev?
olutionary forces would present a
united front against the common en?
emy from now on.
Nairn Hack in Washington.
Dr. Komulo S. Naon, Minister from
Argentina and one of the A H I' media?
tors, reached Washington from Niag
ara Fall*, Ontario, ?luring the day. He
conferred with Frederick W, Lehmann,
one of the American delegates to the
Conference. He sai?! he expected to
talk to-morrow with Washingtor
agenta of General Carranza relativa to
the proposed confererce between Con?
stitutionalist agents and representa?
tives of General Huerta over plans, for
a provisional government of Mexico.
Rafael Zubaran, Luis Cabrera and
other agents of the Constitutionalist
cause in Washington asserted to-night
that the-' were resting, and expected no
definite word from General Carranza
about the propo?ed conference until
ANOTHER PLAGUE DEATH
New Orleans Situation Serious
and Prompt Action Is Taken.
Washington, July 1. Word from
Surgeon ?ieneral Blue, of the Public
Health Service? to Acting Surgeon lien
era! Qlennun was reeei\ed to-night that
another ,'eath from plague in New Or
leans had been reported, making three
cases and two deaths since the out?
break. A?lditional measures were taken
by the Public Health Service to cope
with the situation, which ?eems to
have as timed a more serious aspect.
Assistant Surgeon General Pucker,
who has had considerable experience
in tightinc plague, having been execu?
tive ohVer in the San Francisco earn
paign from IW1 to 1'Mi?, is preparing
to leav?1 here to-morrow morning for
Nan Orleans to take eharg? of the
work. Assistant Surgeon Chart?-*
William? is an route t,, :li?. Louisiana
metropolis, iiavn.g left here last night
Paaaed Assistant Surgeon French
Simpson left New Vork this morning
for Ne a Orleans. An assistant In
specter and rune rat catchers le?1 Sun
Francisco to day, and a foreman and
tw? more rat catcher? will go to New |
Orleans to morrow.
MISS LOUISA BF.Rl?KR.
Efouai keeper for I aron.
GIFFORD JURY, OUT
FULL DAY, DISAGREE
Boy Prisoner Loses Hope
for First Time Since
Mit of The Tribun?! I
Albany, July 4, The jury in the case
of Malcolm Gilford, jr., the young
Hudson schoolboy charged erith the
murder of Frank J, ?lute, chauffeur.
disagreed after deliberating for twen?
ty-four hours. County Judge Adding
ton discharged the jury at 6 o'clock
to-night, after M became apparent there
was no possibility of their renching
a verdict. Young Gilford was taken
back to the penitentiary, where he is
likely to remain until tried again.
Por the tlrst time during the trial,
which began last Monday, the boy pris
oner appeared cast down and melon*
choly. Mi had confidently expected an
acquit! igh the r. suit was in?
dicated when Judge Addington called
the jury in at |0 a. Ht., after they had
been locked up all night, and Charles
Schade, the foreman, said they could
not agree. Gilford and the members of
his family waited and hoped through
the long hours for the verdict that
would free I
(lifford's father and mother and sev?
eral friends of the family stood about
the saddened boy in a circle to ob?
scure him from the curious gaze of
the crowd that packed the courtroom
and pnshed forward at the adjourn?
ment of court to look at him from
close range. There was not a time
during the long watt all day when the?
courtroom was not well tilled with spec?
tat or?. Many per.pie evidently gave
up the pleasurea of the holiday to sit
in the ho? courtroom for hours.
It is expected that the boy will be
tried again at the fall term of the
eourt District Attorney Alexander
said he could no; t? 11 at this time
when he would move for another trial.
In the mean time counsel for the ?Jo*
fenee may move for bail, but it is not
thought likely that the District At?
torney will consent to (?ifford being re?
Carson Foe to Coercion.
London, July t. Sir Edward Carson.
the Ulster Union! il leader, sddr?
a gathering of Unionists In South
London to-right, declared 'hat !
would rej? el ... pi.si - made b
the government placing ?? time limit
of any sort on her each* ion from
Home P.ule "If c\er we ge into tin
Irish Parliament,' he aaidj "wc shall
fa in not nt the point of the bayonet,
nt of our ? wn froe will "
'REDS' SLAIN BY BOMB
THEY WERE MAKING;
WOMAN ALSO KILLED
I. W. W. Leaders Caron and Hansen Die
When Big Tenement Is Wrecked Fol?
lowing All Night Conference.
GUARD DOUBLED AT ROCKEFELLERS
Tarry town Reprisal Plan Feared?Berkman Cool rt
Police Inquiry?Firemen Search Ruins
for Missing Anarchist.
Three persons are known to be dead, a fourth is missing, probab?y
blown into bits, and more than twenty were injured, when an anarchist
bomb, carelessly handled, blew up yesterday morning on the top floor of a
six story tenement house at 1626 Lexington av.. between 102d and 103d sts.
The police believe that the I. W W. leaders, two of whom were killed,
were preparing explosives to be used in the war they have been waging
against the Rockefellers in Tarrytown during the last two months, and in
revenge for tue rough treatment Alexander Bcrknian, Becky Kdclson and
others of the organization had received when they last appeared near the
country home of John ?. Rockefeller. The angry townspeople dragged
them in the mud and bombarded them with rotten eggs, stones and dirt,
and the I. W. W.'s threatened reprisals.
32 HURT AT FETE
BY "FOURTH" BOMI
Falls Into Crowd and F>
plodes in Lap of
INJURED; 1 MAYDI1
Accident Occurs at Caldwcl
N. J., While 10.000 Watch
Twelve persons were seriously i
i jured and twenty others hurt at tl
| "sane and safe" Fourth of July tir
i work* celebration at Caldwell, N. .
i arranged by the Borough ?'ouncil. Tl
'? celebration came to a disastrous er
just after it started and was the
The fesinity was held on the basi
ball grounds, and more than ten thoi
sand people ?rere present, includiti
Mayor .lohn K:-p? .'?ml .?11 the Caldwe
The fifth bomb to be sent up, a "sur
flower," failed to explode in the ai
It descended and burst m the lap c
I Robert Standall.
Standall was taken to Mountainsid
i Hospital.Montclair. His light leg, bod
and face were terribly torn. He pro!,
ably will die. His wife and six-yeat
old daughter, sitting beside him. wer
also severely cut about the face an
Mahle (?ore. twelve years old, lik
! Standall, a resident of Caldwell, re
reived injuries to the face and eye
? The doctors feared :-he will lose th
! sight of both eyes.
Marion Stryker, ten. sn?i her brothe
Robert, of Tulleytown, Penn., Brit]
their grandparent.. Mr. and Mrs. K. M
Jackson, of Caldwell, were injured
The boy may lose his right arm.
Mr?. Frank Gregory, of Vc-otta, ha.
her clothing set atire. The blaze wa
put out by bystanders, but she wa:
Mrs. Abraham Cameron, of ( 'niai
Grove, and her son William, eighteen
were cut about the face and body. Lil?
lian Siekierskie, of Pairfield, also hai;
her face and eyes injured.
In the excitement which followed the
accident many of the slightly hurt
were carried awa> to their homes and
the police did not get their names
The contractor in charge of the tire
works display was .lohn Stressa, of
Hloomlield. He could not account for
the bomb failing to explode properly.
The fuse was seen to be burning as it
went up. When the fuse flickered out
nothing could be seen in the darkness
and no one suspected there was the
least danger of the bomb descending
among the crowd. It came back, how?
ever, so quickly that there had not
been time to send up the next bomb.
PUSHED BY DOG,
FALLS TO DEATH
Woman Killed in Nutley Quarry.
Losing Balance on Edge When
Pet Leaps at Her.
Her pet dog leaping against her in
piny caused Mrs. ( bariei H. Tastener,
of Nutley. N. ?!.. 1o lose her baVnc,?
and fall to her death m the old Belle?
ville qttarry yesterday. The do- '.r:-,'
to folien her over the brink, and his
cri? s brought help.
Mrs. Tastener, who wsi (i'ty thr-e
years old, was out to pive h?r pet ,\n
airing. She was walking aloag th? top
< Ig? of the quarry and the force ,if th?
? he bounded a?:a:.n?t her pushed
i? i over. Bh? fell eight} fee?. Her
skull was crushed ;"??! she wa slant?
Though her body fell :,hor* of th-?
water in the pit, the re cue 081**/ ? .?
forced to lower a rowbenl ? th
i ' i n mea, i?'t down bj the rap . rowed
the body acr?'i: to u point o:il/ sixty
feet from the top. From then the,
ln,|>- .. j . ?mil,.,| i,,. ,vllh ret"
If it was the intention of the mak?
ers of the bomb to use it to intimi?
date the Tarrytown ofhcials. the plot
went askew, for among the victims of
the explosion were Arthur Caron and
Carl Hausen, two of the anarchists
themselves, while a third man,
Charier, Berg, known to have been
involved in the scheme, is missing
and his body is probably buried in
the mass of debris and wreckage
caused by the exnlosion.
The known de id arc:
Arthur < aron. ; n I. \\ . V. aailator
and a member of the Francisco Ferrer
School al ft Fast 107th st., an ass?>riate
of Alexander Heikman. Ihe anarchist,
and a leading spirit in the Anti-Mili?
Carl Han-en. a disciple of Kcrknun
and Pinina tiiildinan, and a member ?if
the Hl.-ft of "Mother Barth." Ihe anar?
chist ma inn nc.
Mar] Chavez, l*enl> -two ?cars old,
a < igarmaker, wfce? had no connection
with the I. \\. \\'.. ?lu? ?as instant!-,
killed in her apartment, adjoining that
in which Ihe bomb ?as exploded.
ftflaolagl (bar?es lleig. an associate
of Herkman and other anar.bi-.ls Mis
body Is believed In be in the ? rrrkagc.
The house where the i epic en ex
curred is one of the human ro.o
characteristic of the upper East Side.
It contained th.:' I a apartment ,
OBly two of which were untenanieil.
I he forre of the explosion ripped th*
' roof from the str icturs an.! demolished
the outer walls on the Lexington a
tide in a diagonal direction a? far a?
the second floor.
The explosive which cau?ed the datn
age vas undoubtedly dynamite, h- ihr
force of the concussion was downward,
and every fluor in the forward portion
of the honaa was shattered into a mas?
of splintered timber and wreckage
which tilled the basement.
(Jnly the fact tha* yesterday wa? a
holiday and most (,f ?He occupants of thi
house had left the place early to spend
the day at neighboring pleasure resor's
prevented a disaster, Recording to in?
spector (?wen Fgan, of th<- bureau of
combustibles of the Flra Department.
"The bomb ami of the meat powerful
1 iction ever employed in the
I'Ctration of an outrage of this kind in
tins eity," said Lean. "I eaaaot aadei
'.,? d why th.-te was rot , v. ti a greater
lofs of life."
The exploaion, srhich shook th?
neighborhood for block; arourd at J
shattered the windows of building? fe
a radius of two hundred yard?.occurred
h* '.': Id yesterday morning. I ' '
thought to I ??? i '?? en eau ??
the d< ' ?f dynamite stored ?n
the Lexington av. subway, but thi
theory was quick. . n the nat?
ure of the explosion was studied.
The aratehman in charge at the sjj
way excavation also proved Ihe fs
of the supposition whin he < vplamrd
to the police that there was nn ,
tored in the big ditch within half
? "in- of ' he - i-' ne of the ac.
When the body of a man fe
ling from the twi -?? i and crumpled
nf the tire rscape nos idei
? of Caron, the anarchist, the
inkling as to the real cauM* of tl l
plosion wa-, gleaned. Then D
Folie?- Commissioner Rubin dispatched
di tec) ii es i..
Earth" and to t ? : , an?l
gradually the tangled skein of the M
arch.st plot wa unravelled.
Tacan Found on Ifoof.
The fearful force of th- rxple
ran be ! be illu tratad by I
whose mangl? d torso ? *'?
roof of the Deul cher Evangelical
< i'.irch. which adjoin
house m which the infernal mac
lying in the mi.bile . : a\.,
The apartment in which the e^p
happened ?ras rented b) M I
Berger, half sister of Han I
the victims. Hiss Berger, who
iia j ears old, i ? al <> a mr-.'
School, s- d B number o
i am rades" shared tin- apsi t
' ' ? r ha'f brothei.
11m-i group included Berg, the m
Caroa aid Mike Aaspentl, other?
pent i or Muri hy, a- he w i
knon n had been in this clt]
weeks, having com,, here from Chicago
bellest of Emma Goldman, the
high pi ..f the local "red
Frida) night at tin heiter School
Man .en. Berg, Caron and Murnhy at?
tended a meeting called by Alexander
Berkman to devise m i* and means for
!?:,? defence of the elevi a I. ff. VI ,-i
arreeted in Tarr> too n, bul
-.-I...I ed on bail, ?
h. Id U BSOITO? IB
ing ?as attended by all tiie agi!
involved, as well as by a number of
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