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THE SUN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1911.
GIRL WORKS UP TAXI MURDER fM.Wf.Vfl pirtxer roi.n MRU RE KXRW the CRIMINAL, nine" MflWI from .leurlli-r Trsrrrt to ii HOMt III narrow Ntrrrl smlTrs) I nunil More vrn .ts t urning l.srvry Hfld rot Murrlr-r, l,r-msrrst as M II in -s. I te talk of a young nun of irevo Btraet , n tipster's ktOnnOM for ;i story to 'nil ,, : !. .lotpntivo iibilily of h mv.-iit eon- jreur- 'i ir brought nt nit tho arrasl o Martin survey, who eras hold without l,-. I ! v MKintrat" Compart yesterday chi I with tho murder of AHolph Siern. of the. jeweller Jacob .lirohy. i"i Webberatan o( Jatnaloa, L I . . raalonnlly setin "tlpe" to nowa j ,ii pre, odds ntifl ppdB of mows thut rouh y . :- in UWIotial ways, has a stater ir i Beatrice Wolfe, who i it and pretty and iheewd He took hor now . then to rilonloa Imi.i war Jamaica, l Wo'fe lives at IM Cannon Itrool and irlng herself to teach On the Aral v ,.f August Web Herman took her hIm ... ft !,,,l. lalt m II . ilea an oner, air frolic where f... it mild dance until tin-utm-n orchestra quit William Demareet, a youth who in k and bud a room nt iti (.rove treet was Introduced to Mi Wolfe mid rinnced her aovoral titties toward even ne there waa a tiptsy flat light, -j. - got out oi tin, mid Demareet oat ng Niaa oifea arm and beckon ,: iVebberman. "That's a I, ad crowd. I Enon lhal bunch." Wha are jrou afraid of?" laid W I .bar man I'm not ared, s.mi Domareat, ' I've Dtl ad off a few thlnga myself. Hut i c ' aomethlng on three r thop fdlowa i v mid aend them to the chair.' v - 1 erman atnelled a :-t u--. Ha sn.l i more to Pemarost tint afternoon, I at 'i next day lie gut the preltv sister- 1 t. . t., write a note to Demareet asking 1 ' iin he at another picnic. If,, M Hied to the girl that if she could I .... , i Domareat and gel him to tell rl it lie meant by earing he cv.'ild s.-md (hr.'M Mien to the chair there imgir. be con- stdet tl le cash in it. Mis Wolfe aw no ham a:1'! she asked Demareet io meet the ne' ruesday in Cannon street i.eai her-home. Demareet appeared and . itted with her for an hour or two He her to attend picnic at Jamalci with htm the next Hunday. They me: gain at the es' l.nd ''Kim in Harlem. a Miss Wolfe preaoed bemareat n eii tier about ihe men he had referred t Finally Uemearat aaid that one of men n toe crowd wua Martin Oarvey. had ihol Adolpit Stern in front of tfacc an I i.y . jewelry s ore at Sixth avenue I hirte !!) s'r.'et . W newt ipberman lr d 10 a" '1 lie tip to pipci hip ,t do , ke t iUcn i r. - c. , vit'i rn d i. ' i he iieciffri to .ut whi i Informatiott lv hrd in the handa of the iviIks. The Central iifflee m"ti .uiiiptd .i ii liii. t'he.rka McKinney ot frotu Weblterman that Demareet lived in t.n vo street ' to, i nd McKinney f.iT. r eonetilti tlon nub Initpectqr Huglfa hlCCfsed to DttCCtiVe JftnOa Kill Ml. e ond Deputy Con It lioner Doueherty'a ehauiTeur, thai H might b" r. iood job for him to tr.lte p room , in (Irove .. reel rrd ml with the crowd Ihl t huni rSou. the neighborhood. Km, n paasing hlm (elf r.lf na u chauff i"ur. go r e;i nd : Demarem Tne oh uCeur d'tective old he track d f cr how ernv wra to got i.n sutomoWlo tor Joy riding H- BUgp 'd o. vtis t"! Dcr.V ' v. a it".- mentvly pci a d l.rr.. R.sturdxv h tool, Domrrcni, i n known i Connie nd iwo ri ' " for a jo rlrte tjp in The Hroni t h- v t "-d w ntXT r t ro.-d I" . s ncl ibelir.fted their thlrtt Thj,truoi' drivers on(,ueloa n d eonr, A r bly He Id tin 1 ucdu 'he rjct. ( iv , pff -. r, lv t . ii I qu. i loninc tni he knew who killed Ad l?h S;ern: th" ' flart in Or -v v. who liv. .1 r ; 00 Lcrov gtreet snd had ? job . portes for Wood w rt;, Baldwin .1 Co 4Worih . waahe.r"on Dectectrvoa watohel Oervey 'er.l days end broughl witneaaea to loo birr, over eurreptitloualy. The wltneaeee at . ng range teemed positive that Uarvev w it the rn in they s iw s'io . stern H on lueeday night McKinney,' Kinan and s evin urresiej a irvey in tlreeuwich vil lage and took him to Headquarters. (Jarvey denied bis guilt. Then they bad ii the three wi'!i-sss who aew the st.v.' robbed and stern murdered, 0no is John O'Flaherty, a civil War veteran vv'.to has a job in the Department of Water Huppfy. H" la ' vears old aid lives at Its'. W pit lions -tot. street. O'Flahorty positively idutiii "ai Uarvey, knowing him. he said, by ihe clot hej h w .re at d by h la prot ruduiK . VP - s'oocl i I In six feci i f hint wh n lie i : Stem," sii.i i) Kliher'v. "I would now '.im anx-wh-re Aliei- i.c t rcri 1,1 ; stern he turned toward tne anil I tu he was ifniiift? lo le; ma liave a 1 i , ... i .Rll H it he ran across tho elde walk and Into the tav lo.ab." umpe I Michael MoKeoam of r:: Edgeoimbi i a watchmen in a depart nent lid there was no MOIlbl in his min t 1 . 1 1 i larvey waa ihe murderer. "! was In Thirteenth street, eeventy-flve or hundred feet from sixth avenue,.when the young man was shot." said McKeown. i. oby's -lore was on the other side of the avenue from me I ran a toss and lo the store just in time to see (iarv. y face 'i face as he ran toward tne taxi rob." I :i- third witness waa Henry Peterson ' I ii '1, i in Hay avenue, a chauffeur. Hi' Mood in sixth avenue about seventy e fe.-t f i om the door of Jecoby'a store. 1 ran un after I heard th" crash of . itj." s.d-i Potereon. "and was close iy S'hen Stern came out of the store an I I ..t a man I saw the man shoot him it i then lump into a taxioab that ; near ihe -tore front. I'm sure Qar - ihe man I saw that niirhi " eniureat waa arrested near hla hon e - y after Harvey wa- taken pria ' He made a statement whli h Impli ated Oarvey. Conunlaaloner Dougherty u i not give out all of Demareet s lenient, hut he said i' waa satisfactory the polios. mportant statement tha we have .""i tiom Demareet," aaid Deputy issioner Dougherty, "wa- .hat (lar .- ine man who did the shooting. Ih lii ; -,iv merely thai (larvey wa. tin mil . robbed the -tore, hut that (iur " ihe actual murderer. As to the Inga, I don't van' r iav yet er we have found them." ' i- learned from oth.u sourcoa that 'Is , .r.. traced to :i house in bar i""' eei Mni that ihe detectives found '1. held them. D was said at I. .. Iquartors ih.;' the riniis haven i d yet but thai they will he ill il,ITrton MarUel the priaoner, in the blue serge suit recalled, I.- bv ih' wltiiHsaoa to the murder n. di lt t iippoir Hurried Hla fane iir.il i in an I extremely sallow lira very darlt and appear curj. - imiuonl becaiiao lite eyebalta . .:. isuiilarea f ehile. especially ,' inces from side to side. He , lawyers, who advlsod him to koap utli aliut. i'.e" Pa(fcii and hla mother wore I ne r (iitrvcy said thai he I 1 e'leve tns se'i h id killed Stern, i Martin was steady Kii:us boy id w.irkod oonetantly and did not ii i with bid o impanlons. Har i n r. ..no of young Oarvev'a em it IS Worth alroef. said lhal the i ii a steady worker and had al von 1 i i on Mr. Parr said he did not r co tree, how Qerx'oy simui t,i s nade I tint a'dlty and . sked urnmont until ni t Mond v nil 1 1 ,n was put i iff till lhen a nd wa remanded without bail I he lie r nentod that Domareat lie v lortv-eight houra on the ground i he h a malarial wltneaa ' " i' i' lliighes sdd ssi evening ire certain now that (larvey is the 1 It W" are p ,t it liberty to aive nut " information we have concerning , indhlaaosn lates and concerning ii. ..rest, iuu we thu.k we have the case t.LlieJ. Ttioro will be inoro arroats." 'MNt'M RFC ALLS PORRAS. Cahlnrt IIKmlsses Mlnl.trr to ttsshtng. ton Politic In It. .Kp'ci ii Cable nripatrh ta Tea Sck. Panama. Oet. 4. Kumors which have lieen circulating for the pant week that! aerioiiH charges had been preferred n gainst I )r Bellaaiio Porrns. the Minister of) Panama to Washington, were conflrmei i j ypKtenlay by President Aronernena call I log a Cabinet meeting where the matter win dlaCUaaod PKtpnulvely. The reault WO! that the Preaident iaaued a decree j recalling Dt. Porras. Four meniliera of the Cabinet favor renin II. while one ia against it. A calile despatch waa aent ! to Porras arivimng him of the recall and ordering that the secretary of the K.na ! baggy lx put in charge. Wakhinoton, Oct. t. Bcliaario Porraa. 1 Minister of Panama ... IKIa ., ,...! rn.. j ceived notice to-day of hia recall He I will remain here about a month before 1 returning to Panama. He aaid he had j not decided whether he would be a Presidential candidi.e o,, the ''j I ticket in the elerlinns next JtllV Srilnr Porraa received a cable message from ! I prominent citizen of Panama to night lllglng their support The cablegram w,ls "' ,,v f'rmor Pre dent Mendosa former Secret ines of Stale Valdey. and Acevedoand by SeAof Andreve. a Liberal leader it was as follows "Majority Of Liberal party, the aecre- j wnwui in.- ..hM'inniy jimi many ir.enon unite wi'li us in confirming our adhesion to you. TOUT recall increases the en- t huelaem for you Minister Porraa declares that ins recall is due lo th" intrigues of President Aroaemena. The Mlnlater accused the Prealdent "f sending attaches to the legation here for the purpose of spying ' upon him Sertor Porraa alao aaid thit his enemies in Panama had endeavored to stir up trouble for him became of the fact that he married recently a Costa Rloan Woman I hia atory. he said, waa circulated With Hie idea of showing that he would be likely to betrav the intareata ..I his (lovetnment to Costa Rica in the boundary dlaOUte between Panama and Costa Hica. which is now pending before Chief .lustli lute of ihe Hirpreme Court if the United States The Minister, who I has been in Washington for about nine months, was appointed becauae of his familiarity with this ipiestion Sefior Porras said that he had largely aided in the election of President Aro aemena. Ijisi May. he aaid. two Pana- iii im it.. Sim t .1 e Ti . I li i:t r.l 1 1. urwl Pi. r,l.. Arias, who were friends of President ' IftMMMI ... (kid .......Or,. ...i Interview Piesident Tall to ascertain I i ti e attitude of the I'nited States toward i Aroaemena In his efforts to obtain re . election. The President informed them. , Porras said, that he wished a fair election I and hid no favori e ivndidate The Minis! t saul that he would probably lie -'i I -ii ,,y either Senor (iuardi.a or honor r.as He Mad howovor, no omctat I advice on ii,. subject I.ost MtAXIIJAX. ilmlral ilvertlsea for Comnisiiiler I. unit i Leva or War. as rial Cahlt Deteafrll la Tits gttv. Paata, Oct 4 The papen his morning under the legal announeoroenta print the following: tdmiral tmr.rte de Baoellar chief of the Brazilian Kaval Commlaaion in Europe, i hereby notlflea Naval Commander Mel- I ciadee de Vase, inellss-Almeida to rejoin his station immcdir.tely under the penalty t of being poatod ts a deeerter." The pies' ion here in regard to 'he ad- vertleement is whether the absentee officer I h.:- joined 'he m tnarehiets in Portugal or ' ,1 Mont mart re dancer PORTVOI ESE COXTK.UttCTWXS. Royalist! Ttip) Hold thp Northern Towns lpiiilil1esns llrn It. tv ,',.- iti p irrh to 1 nr. Srv I.OKDOK, Oct. 1 A news agency here s xs i Icarno-that Portuguese royalist iti!i. in I ondon have reoelved the fob !' v. ing: ' Nor'h Portugal, with the exo-ption of 0 orto. is practically in the hands of the royalists, v.-ho haxe occupied Chaves, (luimrrcs. Parr.-; und P.arrrnca " i in ihe other hand, dirvn t telegrams from I iebon which tell the republican Side of h" slorx- si y that at Chavos anil elsewhere on the northern frontier nverything is q ulel Mrs. I'snkliurst at lea, Special Cablt Dttpatth fa TBI Sck. I us pox. Oct. i. Mrs. Kmmeline Pank- hurst. the leader of the militant suffra t gettes. sailed from Liverpool for New York to-day on th steamship Oceanic. l OC'.Vfl RVXAWAY8 COMB RACK. Il and Olrl t.ho Went Awa Will Have a H rdtllna If They Hsvrn't Had One. Sot'TH flBANOf.. N. J Oct. 4. Arthur .lames and liuth Day. the hoy and girl, eo'h 14 years old, who ran away together several days ago, came liae' to-night and went to ihe home of the girl in Valley .ireet Charles Day, father of the girl, refused to let his daughter be seen and young .lurries denied himself to inquirers. Mr-. Henry .lames, mother of Arthur, said that the youngster reached here about H o'clock. Her son appeared for a moment at hi- own home to get a hand kerchief and. promising to return In ten minutes, win! hack to the Day home, she had no' seen him since. She did not know whether they had heen married or not, hut .-he siipssod they had. "If they haven't." Mrs. lames said, "they oertalnly will he without any delav. The wedding will probably take place in ihe Church of the Holy Communion in South Orange and the Rev. Oisarge A. II, miia the rector, will probably perform the ceremony " The Heather. in fi Itic Moral from North Dakota was saatral ni.nh at i.ake Kuparlor yeatsraey me ha ares Lafiiteeii nil iretlQa asal "f ihe upper Mlsstiuiippi diir;. tt.-iin arai ftneral ever sill i i he borthaastern quai tsr at lha ostiBtrVi van 'nn ' . trnat ihoiveri 'a heavy rainfall ' The Kinds srra laostl) hluli In the lake rrjions ' . tiitfh i n'-s irr rovsrsd lha Routhsra anil I I veMarn Mnirx. saccpt ihr satraaia somhwrsi 1 it usa warmer ni nil rnim in itir oildals ; Mlantle aod Nea Kaaland stsir., iss lower j nnii middle iske resloai sua tea iihlo Vail ;ii was eootei front ine iiuaiMtppt ai, . watt . prd linn ni' Hoeky I temperature occurred I Mnuntslaa I resting 1 Montana. Wyoming ' 1 and Nevada, 1 in uu i-ti,' it. ere was light rein in lbs early nioralnf! cloudy all day; awrmer wlodbrlali Mtuthwast; averaie humidity rer ecnt liaromeler. correeled to read ta sea level, ai t A It i .; H.M . n.U The temteraiure reatarday, an raeerdea by Ihe on,' i .i ihcrmomaicr, i taowa in the annetsd l"b. Bit :nio ; mil ir.io II A. i: m M. na a.v Tl 7 a p u V lot (in a ! U 7l II Mid , Hlabeat lemperalure, tl. t I P. M VASaiKQTOM rosscAiT ron to lav aki to uoaaow, '.( uttltfn X'e.c I'srS. I'ttr. rooter to day. )PilH ! tllmtllltktHtt irri'rrtj ic.nii fair to marrow. I or New fngland, fall lo day. preceded hv lulu In saatern Maine, goelari fair tomorrow: brisk la tilith westerly winds diminishing by te nluln Paaaeylvsala. N'ew Jersey and : in la ware aeslerl) roos a .o.n....sn,u, n..r.n Kor n r iH'-trin of Columbift. M.rvland md i VlrclnU. fair, rooier i-dy; fir to mornm . ! mndrai i n rihurM to uonh winds bfrom'tie arlakla lea mm ion i r or urrstPm Kmm trA nti ua'rn Pannavl mm x ori .mi ,,.,r pm..i vsals, fair, rnnirr to day, wtih dlmlnlahlng westerly winds, fair io mnnos' I NOTHING PROMOTES HEALTH LIKE PURE WATER POLAND WATER Purest in thp World. America's I riding W atrr for Over Half a Century. Bottled only at thr Spring I'niier Prrfect Sanitary Condition. HIRAM RICHER & SONS, Props. South Poland, Maine. N. Y. Office, Poland Splint Building, i iRo Brr adwav (nrar jmh St ) j TAFT SEES BRONCOS BUSTED WYOMINtl EM'ERTS ALSO HIST .soiff-; tOWH ASK in rros. RretMeM Hai a RteMMg Degirtire fnm Rrcrptton l ommittpp Hontine at Uleyenne ami geeM to Rnjoi it IMverMf Promises tte to mm. wai, yo . ttct. rreaiaeni iaii .ace,, n.s see. .mi nyoming ironupr day ahow at Cheyenne to-day and heard the crowd shout out "Kan 'Im! Kan im" to ihe bronco bustera as they eWODt (iieir tutmoreros neiore iih eyes in inetr animals Mr. Iaft s stay in Wyoming was too WHS Too limited to permit of a very prttenUoua Wild West show, but what the cowboys lacacd pi time uiey mad up In variety. rirst thev gave the President a wild They started three ex-cham- horaa rate. piona of the world in the nronoo busting line in the race. There were nine horses entered in the event and one hors tin iahed By and bv another bucked in! aecond. but the lack of time forced them to scratch the rest of the entries find I leave them kicking up the alkali at various ! places around the track The starter ennouuood with pride that one of the horses bad been ridden the whole wav around the track. While he was talking the second hors came Ultdor the wire still bucking. He ac corded him second place, and looking j at his watch shouted to the crowd that I the time "was verv fast " The first lad horse they brought out for th" buatera was named Dillv Taft " j"Bl hundred feet of going to i send his rider into the dust. The next one brought out was an nounced as that celebrated outlaw Archie Hint " The gold lace of the President's A I C crowded lo the front ol Ilie grand atano to see the per ... 1.. -ru . I "'' " - " - proved to be the . most aptly named brute I in .n worm nan it came io King ne was as polite as a irginia gcnlleman, and the crowd hooted him down the iraca. aa ne qui! oucHing hi ine nrst IhlIa ..T flu. ki hi r . . . . . dear life. Then Clayton Iianks, who or.ee carried off the (tain, ii the best hroi.eo buster in ihe woiM attempted the feat of riding Schedule h. That waa a mean horse I that bunched at every buck, but lianl.'j stuck to him un'ii he nearly rolled him. , I'eddv Roosevelt was the trickiest horse in the outfit. He wouldn't buck: he I "sun'ished;'' ths t is. he whirled round I 'and round until his rider fell from his j ! neck half blinded with dizziness I Prairie Hose, a cowgirl buster, rode f S in Kirr. and she gave n wonderful I I exhibition before some of the cowboys I got to her bora- ami r.ied him. Next to Archie Butt the easiest bronco ! was Reciprocity. Thev had a couple of cowgirl races and then they brought on a herd of bucking OOWa The cowboys that had j stuck to The broncos couldn't sit some j of the cows There was one heifer that I threw a man four times. The last time ie go on another coWooy climbed on Ihe cows nark nenind bun I n. amm-ii wouldn't budge Thev teased her in 1 everv iosaihe way. but she didn't move ! ;f , I... ...J f lt I 1 - .. ...r .' I Hill. I uu' nn nun irnini i ft; on. nc(i she 'rew her lone rider in a minute. j They brought out some bucking burros i ami put t he kids on them. Only one boT I could stick to his animal It was all ureal fun for the President. It was ti e ttrst real letup from a round of routine that be has had in many a lay and his laugh raric out over the crowd. The weather was ideal The wind kept ihe Mags stiffened on' and carried away a few hate fter the l.ronco show they took the President f r a ride around the town and country. Mr Iaft made a speech at the opera house at Cheyenne on the tariff. He was introduced by Gov. Carrey, who aaid aome very complimentary things about him At theOovernora' meuting at Spring 1 ,.i ke, N. .)., recently those who pulled the Gov ernors included Carrey among the I.a Follette adherents The Governor stamped this aa a mistake to-day. He told the President that Wyoming Would he for him at the convention ar.rl in the election. At Laramie Mr Taft spoke on the re lations of the Interior Department to the sician hurried to the house aa faat as his people of the West He told them that ' horses could carry him The door hap ne hoped now to see far greater despatch ' pened to he ajar and he went inside o in Ihe business of that Department in 1 one ( ame to meet him and when he called settling land claims than in the past. there was no response Thinking that At I.arumie Mr. Taft Catechised a crowd perhaps there had been a death and thu' of aome 400 school children. .the other members of the family had "How hieh ia it here?" he asked them. ! gone fur help the physician explored "Seven thousand one hundredand forty - five feet!" they shouted "You don't feel above other boys in other cities because you are higher up. do you?" he continued. "'o. sir." thev answered. "What State do you live in?" he queried "Wyoming'" thev cried. "Is it a State or a Territorv'" "It's a State." "Have you a Oovernor'" " i ee, sir." ' " Have you Senators?" "Yes. sir." "What do your Senutors do'" Hut that question stumped the children ' and broke up the class. I To-morrow the President spends in : Silt Lake. m." VP ALL HKITAIX AQAIX, It iilre.ui t nlou Threat Over Irish Strike, Which Is II -In; settled. itpttM Cuttl DrfsateVa ta ths sun. CsnuetiB, England) Oct. t. A con- I gross of the Amalgamated .Society of ! Hallway Servants met here to-day to Oiaouaa the question of ordering a national I strike within twenty-four hours unleaal I the Qetvernmenl withdraws the royal1 engineers working on the Irish railwaya or takes active measures to terminate the qlaputo between the employers and the men resolution to that effect waa carried , iinanimoiislv ut'iiUN. Uet 4 A se'tlemen in the sirme uu mo insu ri'.iirna'is ih Doing arrived at. INDIAN TROOPS TO PERSIA. Knelsnd lo Increaie I .insular iuards tlwlns lo lllsi.rdi rs. &P$til i'.Uilr nrn:i1cri to THS SlIN. Sixii.a. India, Oot. 4 Owing to the : disturbed conditions in southern Persia only thesanetionof tie Karl of Crewe. Sec- of State for India, is awaited for the ' " ' 1 " ' ""X nd i mriy- ninth Indian Horpo to tht Persian Oulf j to tntrwRthmi the RUHrdn about the Hritifth .,. i,lsi. . m . U sftaatM !. ;. Ltt th. P.r.i.n fit. If i. , i, ,--,. i I.L . i. i fli.i Peraian (iulf ie theealenftsrl asitV. a .1. I Ing of tribesmen. The consulate '.here has 1 asked protection. i WANTED TO BOTHER DOCTORS Ql EER BET OF MISS IBABRL ii ii.liavs-s onmri . f'ollrRp llrcd Npinitrr Kent Montrlslr llnclnrs on io Many Knot I rrmnK TIHI iiinirthlng Mail to lip llnne I nrtrr Hands to ( cam- niio inner. Monti f.AlK. N. J., Oct. I, Three phyai Olana Of thin town have licen annoyed i from time to lime in the past aiT or seven I I years bv telephone calls sending them j upon ItnneoeeearjF errands. Often the I aummona would come ai night, and fre- niieiiilv it involved a irio t.i Mittn rnmntfl ' i part of MontOlair. The calls Were always urKent enough to make the physicialia j drop whatever tin y Were doing and hurry 1 away. The i l.i part of it was thai the doctors Were never nskeil In cross the b.umdaries r their wn nraBtieOa Ti... immimh Invariably appeared to oome from eome nouae wnion eavn one nan aireaay v isited perhapa many times. i In Rooorder Henry i. Voat'a eouri yea- terday morning Mlaa laabel Willlama waa arraigned on H hargeofdla ",1,,lv oonduot for having been reaponalble for I hae calls. One of tho phyalolana In Lhn 11 ..iie who want ... .i,..i i..... when he was a boy and came bark live yearsatto after Ilia linl years n . aft veraity training to s the com- . practise medloim appealed i J ,, I,. It .rt .,,) ... . , .... I .,, ... Run- rfer thai Dt Voting had known Miss Will : wh(w, family lives here. fr manv years and that out of consideration for i her friends and her relatives he had been unwilling to catlsa her arrest until Ihe waa convinced thai the matter was i too serious to be ignored longc I Dr toting told the Recorder frankly 'that lie thought Mis i Williams's reason wasoffe ttod and thai atepeahouldbeta ken to keep Her from being a menace to the Community Not the least serious phase of the matter, as it Beamed to the doctors, I was that ihey never knew when they etarted on a call whether it was genuine or not iney mig.it l' awnv from their offices following up one of thes- falae summonses when they were really nep led elsewhere. Ir C W Butler, who died five years ano. and Dr Philip R, Rriohbaum, who took over hi- house and hi- practice, were the other two physicians whose telephone bells were frequently sending them upon needless trips, lit Krichbaum h.is not (IgUred ifi the caae, because he (fid not obtain the proof thai came to Dr. Young. Hut neither of the physicians doubted that the sender of their messages was ihe I k . . . 1 1 . . . f I i Hi wlio 'i.i ( niiniiv.' l ir Kiillf I i '"J ..... ' before he du d A, ,h(1 n,nce ( .MibH Williams fftmllv p.Pc,,,,er V,t Recorder refused io take any st.'ps furl tier tSOO bonds to ke t ian lo put h'T under I 'P the fieace. l! was , ,., f.,,,,,l that 1... , i - - --j .. ... .. to some town in tne "est. nut I'r. toting i pointed out that such action would only 'transfer the Wanger to another com- I munity l.nter in the day. In ti out of town. wever, she w as ta There waa no annoyance in Dr. Young's j a' ; it in e toward the matter to-day Helfsallor Who Took French l.rae Kotiml felt very sorry for Miss Williams and fori tefe In Marseilles. hpr family, and he would not talk about Special CaM DasealM to Taa Scv. the case. I M AKSF.ILLE8. ( let . -Kiv sailors who It appears that Miss Williams, who is Ss were behexed to have been killed in the years old and Is a college graduate, has fire on the battleship Liberie at Toulon been regarded as ccccjitric for many j years. Not long ago she had a place as 1 cashier in a drug store here, but for the 1 last few months she has made her home with Mrs. K. G. Hone, who has an em ployment agency in her home in a flat building on the principal street. Miss I Williams s family split up several years ago. and her mother end father, r'raiik T Williams i wen! to I schoolma! terred the phvsician from taking action . . t. i ' ... :.. .ft I'M!! ttllf' 111 W IftS cei i.ftltl HIHIIH llisauiioy- er's Identity. Miss Williams's hallucinations, i' was learned yea to Kiev, were Intermittent Considerable intervals often elapeod 1 twis'ii a series of calls She even wen; for treatment to the doctors' offices .fter a great manv complaints had i?ono in to the telephone ofTioea the centrals there were 111 the habit of I racing most of the phone calls thai went to Dr ounsa office It Waa In this wav that lie first learn.si who it was that was acudinc him off on wild giws... chases lhen Miss Williams kinw that she had DOOO found out and apparently she tried to keep from further annoyances It seems that in her double personality, in Which periods of lucidity were followed bv the desire for mischief making, she was imuble to control her actions Some one iold yesterday of an ex perience which one of the physicians had He was called from ihe hinohoon table to go to an out of the wav part of town where one of Ins patients lived It appeared thai an elderly woman in the lamilv had suttered a stroke Ihe pliv- ', 'be sleeping rooms He found both mother and daughter taking a nap and nothing was wrong in the house There were also rides on cold winter nights and "ii several occasions important engagements were put off to permit one of ( these calls to be answered. Heoently the i calls to Dr. Ywung had been coming more . t frequently, Yesterday he went to the ' chief of police, and a plain clothes mini i was sent to look for Miss W illiams. She was no! to be found. When a detective , can't find any one in this town he makes : up hia mind thai thai some one doesn't want lo be found the detective in tins I caae waa euro of it when another one of the j phone calls went to Dr. Young'a office at ' tt in last night. I hi.'. tinin it cime from Iho Lackawanna station. Iho doctor a eked I Ihe pel s in a I the other end to hold the v. ire 1 and then he not In another plume, called ' the detective and Went back to prolong I ihe conversation, lie didn't prolong it enough, though, for Miss Williams was seen leaving the .-tation just as thedc teclve von! up, little while later she was arrested in Mrs Hone's rooms. Nho had made every preparation to leave, even lo having Iho key on the outside of Ihe door. It was necessary to keep Miss Williams nt the station house all niglii to insure, her appearance bet ore the Recorder, This I was done a':uior the wishes of Dr Young, but th" Recorder could not be found to accept bud A partial explanation of UlaiWilllama'i selection of Dr Young and Dr Krich- j helm seems to be t heir former COnnOOtlon with Dr Butler After the latter s death ir Krichbaum took his houaa and Dr. Young, who waa one of his sud"its, has his desk She may hav seen it when nhe called for treatment, Perhaps an asso ciation of ideas was respoii.ibe. OI.VMPU HOI ,Vi FOR BELFAST I niter Her Own Steam to Nhlp)srd for Ili-palrs l-'.scorl of Tims. Npttttti t'nhle Despatch to Ttir. Sck. Soi TiiAMprox, Oct 4 The disabled White Star liner Olympic left hare for Helfasl to-day She was attended out of Southampton water by five tuga, but ' when she got outside she proceeded under j her own I team making nine knots an "our. ins vossei win ue ropureu a- mo XlOUr. yara" OI ariand, olff. where ahe wae built. whose business ,s m New York. ' V?' tT "SSSi ...aiding Ib r brother was a W NSl If Qj f) t l f Dr. Vouna. and this de- V Qj t t . .r-st'- 71 v J J Dr. Lyon's PIRFICT Tooth Powdor Used by people of refine ment in every part of the world where the use of the tooth-brush is known, for Almost Half a Century. EEh lo 11 im. ASM AY, tthrtlipr or ot It Will IIp Pe rm n t id to Include Randal Plights, Argument ires heard yes erday by Justice (larretaon In the supreme Court,' Brooklyn, on the motion to make per-' mnnent the temporary Injunction re straining Hheriff De Motl of Nua..ti county from Interfering w ith the Hunday avla-1 t illll IllretS ftt the V.'M.S.MI Polll. - V ,'.l .Urn. i 'drome. Deolalon was reeorved. Timothy I, Woottrud s id y. aierd iv thai there would be living on Si.turd.iy at the Maaaau Boulevard Aerodromo end' on Hunday unless .bulge (larretaon re fuses to continue 'he knjunotlon. The' lis of probable aviators Includea nopwlth, Orahame-Vi hlte, Dyoit, Nilsnyulmby and Miss Molaant, the American alatorawho were th"rc I s week, with Ihe exception of Ely. and p.rmy and navy airmen If the sat. c'loii of the Aero 1 u) of , I America is la I. Kg t he nice' Will be hehl aa vs l i W'kxIi iif.. bul on JUBt the , ami Nelurday it will be called uu exhibition IneteaU of a oomiartltli n and will be run on a cooperative basis with the lilerai Mr. Woodruff app. ..rs to-day before I Justice of t tic Peine (ittlcn.1 ui Hemp- stead to answer the charge of violating I the Hundav law by running the meet Hunday before last. He was arrested on , September "s and was released on Ins I ..wn recognlcanoe. ! When asked yesterday if he had not. promleed al the time the Nassau Boule vard lerodrome was built adjacent to : the Jamaica retatea that flying would be : prohibited thei eon Mundays Mr. Vi'oordulf replied lhal a i the t Ime when t he residents I HI the Katntee had voted by ! to 13 in1 favor of erecting tho lerodrome he an- 1 nounced that he aga Inet Hunday flying ami would prevent It aa far as he was able. j "But." explained Mr. Woodruff, "Sun-1 day Hying gel beyond my control." ! Ab Woodruff said 'hal one of Ihe best j things thev were getting up for the meet- I ling rteturday was a cross-country ruce I between Ihe three Englishmen Hopwllh Orohame-W lute mid llyott each with I Ilia different make of monoplane, the I Bier lot, the Nleuporl and tne I'epre Idusein 'I here would probably lie a simi lar race between the American avlatore i with biplanes Mi Uuimby and Miss ' Moisant have their MoUUUll nioi.opl me- i i and .ire expected lo take t he air on Sntur- .l.i i Ihe same Saturday aviators are ex pected to By in tie- Sunday exhibition, T h i' : n"ie will Is- altitude, duration. alighting and (inick starting events. No i prizes will Ihi offered for these flights I '"" !h partll ipants will share in the gate 1 receipts i Ffl F.OFF LIBERIE OF. 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