Tut h b!leVd the - U In UC4' ' " ir.icrwfi uim la a uucu. - i ilUa llmjima and Borland laft IQMU,, f amllr aboat Mr. Oottju-HaJk'a surtfM a boot 1 ar"eJOCBV Vhn thr rnch4 the tihAiiU Mlaa 1 fa.na crrdd him acreae tlva . aik. Thre ah waa confront br Mrs. ' Urt. Uti waa plainly ttdUd, Dor-Un4 ai4. She spoke to Mlaa lUnan. Th ah draw ptatel frona hr bandar tn4 tare or threa ahota. Mlaa llann starre4 and iU od b Jumpad toward Mra. Lawaa ! wraat tha ptatol froU bar. But before ha could reach bar. Mra. Laarae raia4 the platot I.r face a Ad aaat a biUt throuJ bar pp titht Jaw. Mba fell at bi i-rt. A fw aaeaad Utr a pollcaman la plain clotbaa apiarad and ptcn4 op tbe piatoL Then tba policeman fired thrac ahota In tba air ta call aaairtanc. Borland aald tbat before tba polloe-nu arrirrd Mia a liana n cot t bar faet and walked to a atooa two doore waat of li Kcherrcvrhom street. There aba cellapaed on tba atoop. ; Whn Mlaa Hanan wa taaen to the Ijont island ColHe- Hoapital aha waa fr.yp-1 to b In a critical V.lt throuen bar right arm. and arhad Mruek bar on tha left ada of tr bor. aan a downward warn ' hrouh J llvar and kidney and lodd behind the akin ae tha Uft (Id of her back, i; rtUad Traaaiaalaa) Deldad Caa-i!h nobcrt Harbor waa lummonM from W horn. 1.3M Dean Street, but rm hla arrival at the ho.pltal It waa found that Mix a Hanan bad loat ao much blood that an operation would be dan-ftaroue. lmnWiaU Wood trenafusloa deH.ld upon to aaa 'T.U''-.-Ilarrry rlat. an Interne, volunteered, and TwTthln an hour after the trurfjj. T)tr hr utomoblJ Vriu Tw fol- I totl br molMr and o b-- Itvmbn of aftlona. . r-t that mttn ha no alarm. and thaf ber tamlty decided there waa no reason to believe mat Mra. uvm would resort to violence. Otbev tera Faaad ta steosa. Petsctivsa eearched Mra. Lsiwaa's room la tbe VanderbUt Hotl la tbe afternoon. They " reported later that they found several " interesting- letters addreaaed to Mrs. Lstwes by a woman. One, cf a very personal naturav they reported, was aent from Shoranaun. L I. The detectlvaa aisj aald tbey found box containing forty-three cartridges tor a calibre magaxlna pistol, such as waa used by Mrs. Uwes. When the pistol waa a aa mined by Captain Sullivan. It waa discovered that four cartridges remained In tha magazine. Four empty shells were found on the eldewalk. The' letters and the cartridges were aent to Inspector Coughlin. Tbe police were told Mra. La we a was born la San Franclaco. When a girl she was married to Edgar C Schmitt. from whom ahe obtained a divorce several years later. It also was reported that Mlaa Hanan. when IT reara old. was msrrted to Dr. Jerome Wagner of this city, and that ahe obtained a divorce In Reno. Nev.. about a year age. Her father. Alfred H. Hanan. was the younger of two sons of the founder of the Hanan shoe business. Jatnee Hanan. who died many years ago. At Dr. Warner's rome. 182 West Fifty-fourth Rtret. a young woman aald that Dr. Wagner was out of the city but ahe understood the report of hla former marriage to Mlaa Hanan was true. "She added that aha understood they were divorced, however, about J915. ASCRIBES ACT TO INSANITY.