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THE 1V1NIWQ WOBLD, FBIDAY, AUGUST . 4, 1911.
FINOS TOGO'S PURSE
Battalion Chief, With Record
as Life Saver, Retires on
of Railroad Tmlnnien. will lake
on Auk at Donnelly's Drove, Coal ate
Point. Valuable p rises srlll no awarded
to srlnneri of nam. a. Ti" re win be nine
ill Bada rcpr. sen I rrl un.1 the Commit-
t r Arrangements, si arhl hat. a. Mc
Kaan is chairman, art doing ail in their
power to make the dav a vt ry enjoy
WITH $3,500 ON
BY THE BRADLEYS
Bunker Hill's Passengers, Bos
ton Boun3, in Panic When
She Floats, Leaking Badly.
Father, Mother ind Three
Srn.ill Children Found in
Suits Begin in Ohio Against
Six Railways and Three
Was Too Careful About His
Getaway and Police Officer
WITHOUT A HOI, GOVERNMENT WARS PRISONER CAUGHT
FAMILY STARVES ON COAL COMBINE AFTER ESCAPING
OUTDOORS A WEEK WITH RAILROADS FROM POLICE COURT
WORK ON SUBWAY
FROM SOUND LINER
Admiral Didn't Know He'd
Paradoxically, Shaft Starts
With Erection of Platform
on Lexington Avenue.
Lost It Till Cutler Kastor
Restored It to Him.
POLICEMAN FEEDS THEM.
Then Starts Out With Walter
and Finds Him a
Truffle Polt'-mnn Frank M Tlnt-h was
On pOtH rarlv tO4ly hear BBtl F I'ark,
when n palp-f.i.'iil 111 1 1 atotllBn, with
dark Bliaotea nrvlT her eypt. '.leg At
"Pl.aw. sir." e'i aaM timidly, "we've
tried to ajegtj In the park nil nlirht. hut
ws rnn't. There'll too Tn.'iny RMMQUllOtft
And we hnven't hd n thing t.i eat for
twenty-four hours. I don't like to auk
you. hut pleue, sir. I i-in't help It."
"Who's lieen ileal Inir In the park si.
night?" ..... ..i the Mg ijnllnaaUB
"Myself and my huahand and our
three ohlldren," aalil the woman.
The polh-eman went nvar an.l Investl
Itated. Ha found a ureal looking little
man holding ui hla anna a year-old In
A little girl of four eat by hla
vlth her tMMlkaa head rutting on
mi anoulder, and another little girl of
seven waa near by.
The man aal.i he waa Charles Miller,
a waiter, lornierly etnployad In one of
the leading- Brooklyn restaurants, but
dlemlaaed eight weeka sgo because of
dull bualneaa. Htnre then he ha a had
nothing to do and eight days ago the
little family was dleposaeeard from the
little apartment It had occupied at No.
Bergen atreet. Hrooklyn.
LOST job AND WA8 DIS
POSSESSED. "Thla a tba aeventh night we have
slept outdoors." said Miller. "The other
six we slept at Coney Island, but It got
too cold and damp down there and we
were afraid for the chlldrsnn."
Policeman Roth skirmished around
for a big pall and had It filled with
coffee at a nearby restaurant. Then hs
got a big bagful of rolls and within tsn
minutes the Miller family waa enjoying
breakfaat with the policeman acting as
Koth dsclded to look after this oase
himself, having had prsvloua eipeiienceg
with oharlty organisations which didn't
altogether plsasa him. Whsn his lour
of duty wns over at 8 30 he bought soma
randy for ths children, gave Mrs. Miller
an enoouraglng pat on the back and
atarted out to get the little waiter a job.
SOMETHING'S QOT TO BE DONE,
When an livening World reporter saw
him first he hn1n t heen very successful,
but he had high hopes.
"Something has got to be done for this
family," he said, "and I'm going to try
und get It done. That woman, when ahs
cam up to me thla morning, ahe Just,
And big I'ollreman Koth couldn't con
tinue because of the choke that came
Into hla voice.
Ha will probably take Mrs. Miller and
the children to the Municipal Lodging
Houss for the night.
loiter In the duy Hoth reported thst
he had found Miller a place In a popular
"It's a blessing," he said, "a real
blessing and I'm mighty glad. The poor
fellow will have to have some clothes,
hut I gusas we can attend to that too."
And still there be those unfeeling
enough to say that policemen are "cal
WARRANTS FOR BOOKMAKERS
AT GRAND CIRCUIT TROTS.
DOTttMT, Aug i During tns run-
nlng of the second heat of the 1' 04 pa. e
at the ilranii ClMUil trotting meet hi re
to-day, wananta were nerved on all the
1 kmaken doing I.iulniut under the
stand ami betting was Suspended,
The bet ling w.ia Stopped. It la aald,
hy order of inv Kalmrn Ijiter it waa
alsted that no warrunts were actually
e. rved. ths bookmakera quitting when
ordered to do SO hy a constable. Wheth
er MM action will seriously affect the
tirand Circuit meeting here Is not yet
M a M. S10,noo atake for !M rlaas
trotters, 3 In First heat Anvil, b. c.
(dears), first, Lewis Forest, blk. g.
(Mcr)onaldi, second. Hannah Louise,
b m. iMhanksi, third; .Mary Q., b. m.
(On), fourth Ia,ly Willow, br. m.
iJfcHenry), iifth; The Huenjeaot, h. g.
ij. Benyon), ilstanred; Ltad) Qreen
...o.t gBd Itarllni Ma.i ihi not start.
Time. Ml 1-4
OOd Sat; M and M -Anvil won;
Lrwla I'ornat, second Hannah laouise,
third. Lady Willow, fourth; Mary ..
fifth. Time. I n :t-4
Third and final heat M A M -Anvil
first: I.eW Fovea,, second Harms'
laoulse. third. I.ady Willow, fourth
Mary ) distanced Tims Lot M Money
divided aa the) linlahed on the laat heat
RawtlH 111 paot, U.uoo, 3 In f.-Iora J
( A t wind 1, won In straight heata; OaSSrU
' ae. oti.i. A I.- it. ,n,,n,
thtrd; Atnhsrsl It
Tlme-MI M, m sa;.
YOGI SAMRI TRIAL FAILS.
One .luror Pa. Us in Corn let Krrr of
Raajgdj s n I mile.
After a trial lasting two weeka Wore
Justice Craln In the Court of Cine ml
session. Chartei f Balwana, who .aii-
hlmaelf Ssjmrl Bills, and run a "yogi"
ratal.. lahment at No. 24 West Fort
fifth atree, will have to be tried asnln
on the charge of grand Iai I eiiy made
atfalnst him and Bdmund It Cool; by
Chsrles Coppty, a Jersey City butcher
Copty Ualnu he e M.iudJ t. ,ii-
rsat in "phony miniiiii itook sold
nas i'V ' ook i ti jury after six hours
stood 11 to 1 for conviction, und Justice
Craln d'scharsed them this afternoon.
OOLVMBtTR, o., Aug 4 -fntt in
aquity dlrecte! agalnat an alleged coal
OOfilMna and various railroads was
filed In the t'nlted States court here
to-day The defendants named In the
Mil WnKfh nas fl.-l hy :rla Har
rtson, ape. la; Assiatant Atturney-(rn
era!, arc SI followa:
I. nke Shoje and Michigan Southern
Hallway, Channel III and Ohio itall
road. Mocking Valley Hallway, Toledo
gOd OMd ''antral Hullroad, Kanawha
Sjtjd Michigan llallroiul. .anesvlile and
Western llallrnsd, Sunday Creek Coal
Company, Continental 1 oal Company
and Kanawha anil Hocking Coal and
The coal companlea Involved are all In
the hltiimlno.is field.
The liovernment charges that the de
fendant companies tvave formed and en
tered Into such combinations and con
spiracle aa to restrain trade and com- 1
merer, especially In the bituminous coal J
Industry 111 several Siatea The (lovern-
ment aska Iha4 they tie enjoined from
continuing in hualneas along ttiese lines
DUFFERIN PARK FINISHES.
FIltUT BAOfl FOW and a half fur
longa. two-year-olds, selling - Duke
Daffy, 113 (K. Uriffln). to 1. to I and
: (a :. Brat; ralrafcUd, its CsWrTttU, tf
to '., I to 1 and 1 to 1. second; Charlie
Hrown. ioa (Ciilleni. 1 to L even and
out, third. Time, O.M 3-fi Char lid
O'llrlen, Kiprotrltate. HU1 Lwmti, Cali
fornia gueen alao ran.
flWCONll HA"K Iurse, 1360: three
year-olds and upward; five furlonga.
The Squire, lot iBergsn), 2 to 1, even
an.1 1 to2, first; John A., ltt tnrlffm), 7
to 1, 3 to 2 and 1 to 2, second; King l'tn,
102 tDreyer). to 1, 2 1-2 to 1 and even,
third. Time. 1 OR 3 r. Oakley. Lawyer
Miller. Milliard Ball. Anne Cases. Oar
lisle M.. Mlaa Detroit also rsn.
THIRD HACK -r;ve furlongs. -Isabella
Casae, 106 Bergen), 6 to 1, 2 to 1 and 1
10 I, first. Servlcem-e. 112 iForehand),
1 1-2 to 1, even and 2 to f, second; Herpes,
107 (Carroll i, 8 to S, 2 to S and out, third.
FOi !vril RACE One and one-els-teenth
mUea Ftarney, 100 (Rergen). I to
1. even, and out, won; Phoronla, H
(Turner), a to 6, I to 6, and out, second ,
Obernn, H CHoffmanl, S to 1, even, and
1 to 2. third Tame 162. Good Acre,
Grecian Bend, Radiation, Rampant.
CM go and P. T. Claris alao ran and fin
ished aa named.
FORT ERIE WINNERS.
FIRST RA B-Puree 4O0. far two-yaar-olds;
five and one-half furlong
Radle Shapiro. 100 (Gordon i, I to 1 4 tol,
and 2 to 1, won hy half a length; Tanthle
Hoy, 107 (Steelei. 16 to I. 6 to 1. and I to
1, second; Monsieur X. KM (Bums), t to
1, 7 to 6, and 7 to 10, third. Time l.ll 1-1.
Ontico. Heine, M argot. Day May, Hon
kk, CameHa, Rey, Tankee Lotus alao
ran and flnlshsd aa named.
SFJCVUNIi iiAOE Purse I4O0. thraa-year-old
and up; all furloruja. Wln
nln Whlow. 1T6. (Wlnsrfteld )6 to 1. and
even, won hy font lengths: Plaunteas.
107. 1 Wilson 1 ill to 1, 4 to 1 and 2 to 1,
eeeond; Amount. 102. (Byrne) 16 to 1, A
to 1 and I to 1. third. Time. LU. To.
wotim Field, Smirk. Chopbmnjt, Mattle
Kernan, Missive snd Cherlah alao ran
and nntahed as nameil.
THIRD HACK-Purse MOO; four-year-olds
and upward, six furlongs Anna
1.. Haley, 106 iSrhuttlnger), 10 to 1,
to 1, and a to 6, won hy half length: Sir
Cloges. 102 (Wlngtleldi, 7 to 1, 2 to 1
and even, second: June W. 110 (IjOftua),
12 to 1, 6 to 1 and 2 to 1. third. Time.
1.21 1-6. Duquesne, Collls, Ortnahy, Hon,
Cortey, Joe Gartens also ran and fin
ished aa named.
FORT ERIE ENTRIES.
-a era art
BltlK BACK TRACK. Ont..
-The cntrlea for to-morrow's
mt'K Ta.i vrrnM. arlllng; H
and out lull furliuiiii SatsdenS (Junti, U;
Aula Mild. Ion, rloftda'a lir.mt). lor,. Flam
BW, 111. Iltrt, (' 'JiniM Itti-kerv. HIS. Kl
BM too 'feoa am! Oaa, 100. 'Mad Rlrar, KM,
IBCdND RACE. MasplMaassj handle.
three-yMF-oldi .nit up .Sort soansi about t.i
mil, .1 li I.. Trunin, lfai, lunn. Km. lepi tluitii
Wynne IM -it. Alw. lOOi 1UUs4aTt, l. Me
tie UiM lfta
TlllhH IIA E. -Tlm .year-oldi and up. I
ln ill - f n ai to: 'Ncrniaa. HM.
'! M Miller flt 'Minnli HrUht. 81. Mcnrrlaf.
tog II. n I. . mi Ihniun.nt, KIT.
1'illK'lll Hti'K r.ii.ill.n Sinrtiiuii 111..
dlca, Tluiw vt.i i and iai islua 1,600, BBS
.n l .mi .iitoutb rnlln K,lhie. tnV al h !
It . loft Si.rr IOT. Plats (1W. () Aur Ch.r
Ur. ion 'UIiut. 10M, eu. . Ilfi, (al Hue
U7, ilninlwrr 107. Marlllin, 11T.
(a) Hi.rwt' 'UN. entrj.
KIHTII HACK Three irw-oldiand up. .Ulna
all furl. . -ic .' i tie. 'Vrealiiid, Ion, PnllTa
Urj. Ill Cailte Hint. OS IJttle Father, loft.
!..(!.. KM, J II. HousMnn. 100 i
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.1.1 tlitc.utniti ml lea Volthuf,
Ir 107 Tha Uoldan Buttern. KM
SEVENTH It ACE Tlirea raar-olda and up.'
arl.iiik. ons auid oneiitean(li mile Siicnw.
in. uisfTiana: ios, j..im BisraoB. llBi wmi.
!!. I n. i-. imi. I. in - Wilouin, lo4:
t Kas Da us.
AppreBtlai lllowsaai of five unun.U) laliiM-d.
W.aMivr clear, trark heavy.
DUFFERN PARK ENTRIES.
HI PTERIN PARI RACE TRICK. Ti I
ROHM lint, its), 4 Ths entile, for tUi
Sjeei 1 1 - rare are a, Mlnwai
ril(-T II M K Kom ami a half furlmip. aril
ha hi air all I Ml NnrSJS Ulrl. IPS Hill
Lsatb, liO; "Rattsos loo Luck) iu. in;,
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1H, .-.(.! Shoot, In?
114. Kn.it in.. IVT
l'la, ill' Tciuineertiiii,,
leler Ploder, 114. llr
AS .lit. 114
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Ikmoftn, Ifal Danlsl inira-h, list, tlern
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1it Mil. r Km In... :..i iliii.ual. lull. l.a.
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llasn, mi Mtriat, ll Tl.. Brar T()9
Ui ... 1 1 a . Yita tol li. ... nil loua'i
lit., I'.iuiii'i, lui Iran.!, liaiuer, lor, hu-ikt
A BsfeatiaA ahotraaoa. TTtek fasti.
Est renin caution prevented Hammy
BIOOIB, a pickpocket, from escaping
from the Coney Island Police Court and
police station to-day. Sammy was Just
aa good aa gone when his evident fear
thst some one would see him attracted
the attention of a police officer and led
to hla recapture.
Detective George Reynolds arrested
Sammy at I liner Park a few daya ago
while Sammy was busily engaged In
Jostling people In a crowd. A charge of
dlso. leily rnndu' t waa made agalnat the
prisoner ami It wan apeedlly learned that
he waa wanted in Boston, where he
Jumped a hall homl a few weeks ago af
ter having heen arreated and held for
picking po kefs
The Boston police were notified and
two detectives from that centra of cul
ture and codfish came down to New
York this morning after the prisoner.
They found their way to 1 'onay Island
and after Sammy had been formally
held by Magistrate Ifylan as a fugitive
from Justice they accompanied him
back Into the police court corridor to
talk to him.
The detectlvea forgot to call fh
court attendant to lock the door when
they went out. Hammy Bloom waa
right after thsm, but. Instead of en
twing Die tout t luuni, lie ekliped ui
a utalrraee leading to the police sta
tion and soon gained the station house
From the roof of the station housa ho
Jumped fifteen feat to the cell house.
From there he Jumped to the roof of
the boiler room. A ladder, providentially
for Sammy, led from the hollar room
roof to the ground. Hammy shinned
down this ladder and crossed the yard
to a door In the wall. The door opens
Into West Eighth street. Lieut. Conboy,
on ths desk In the station house, had
seen him descend the ladder, but thought
ha was a workman.
Had Sammy gone right to the door,
opened It and atapped out Ilka an hon
est workJngman, Conboy would have
paid no further attention to him. But
Sammy la constitutionally unable to
act like an honest working-man. Ha
opened the door slowly and carefully,
looked all around the yard and then
stuck hla haad out and looked carefully
up and down West Eighth street. Ap
parently tha coast waa clear, and ha
atapped forth and started In the direc
tion of Burt araenue and Its erowda.
But Conboy, suspicious at Sammy's
caution, had left tha desk and the sta
tion houss and startsd after tha fugi
tive. Sammy, aeelng the officer coming,
ran toward Surf avenue, but waa
nabbed before he oould reach tha oor-
tonboy led him back and ha waa
locked up In a cell In the station houae
until the prison van arrived to take
htm to Raymond street Jail.
DETECTIVE, CALLED TO BANK,
RECOGNIZES OLD FRIEND.
Remembers Arresting, as a Boy, a
Man Who Tried to Cash a
Bad Check. v
A slightly built young man want Into
the Commercial Trust Company's office
at Broadway and Korty-Hrst street to
day and shovsd a check for U70 across
the paying teller's countsr. It was
marked "pay to bearer" and was signed
"la Jultuh." The latter, who has a place
of business at No. 187 Third avanus, haa
an account in thu bank, but the taller
didn't like the looks of the slgnatura.
Holding the man on the pretext of
looking up Jullch's balance, the bank
officials telephoned Police Headquarters,
and Detective Landers took the subway
on the Jump. When he arrived at the
hank ho recognized thu man as a pick
pocket whom he had arrested years ago.
"I caught you when you were a kid,"
he said. "Thsy used to call you 'LJttle
Rod.' Tou wouldn't come with ms and
I plckad you up and threw you over my
shoulder. Don't you reinemberf"
The young man didn't remember. He
ssld he was Frank Helns, sged twenty
two, a salesman, of Chicago, and that
he had obtained the check In a gam
bling house In payment for winnings,
lenders put him under arrest and took
him to Headquarters, whsre he waa
locked up on a charge of attempting
to cash a forged check.
AVIATOR DROPS FORTY
FEET WITH MACHINE.
Escapes With Slight Injuries, but
One of the Aeroplane's Wings
W. P. Bates, a pupil of ths TTolsant
Aero School at Hempstead Plains. L I.,
cams to grlsf to-day whlls attempting
a sharp turn at an altitude of about
forty feet. Ha had been making good
progress on the straightaway and
remind lo have perfect control of the
On swinging around for the turn he
"mangled hla wings," as the blrdmen
say, and the machine came down on
the run. lietes came down hard, but
he escaped aith s spralusd ankls and
lacerations of the hands snd face that
will kep him out of 'he air for a fort
night or ao A piutie of hlB machine
was badly smashed, hut the damage
can he readily repaired.
At the Nassau Houlevard aviation
field Henry liters of Now Haven and
William I. Heatty of. Brooklyn got alr
pllofs licenses to-day after performing
all the ri'Miilrod teats.
To Honor Hlahop aJtalirlel.
MDBNUURQi N. Y., Aug. a. In
the oatramonlea celebrating the golden
lubllee of lilahop Henry Oabrlel's
U4 Iwathood, (00 uhuroh dignlUuies wlii
take part. Among them will be
Cardinal Ulbbons, Mgr. Faloonl, Papal
delegate, and Arohblshops Farlsy of
New York and UauUuer of Ottawa.
LINER CARRIED 1,553.
In Record List Were Titled and
Society Folk and Many
There were 1.5RJ passengers aboard tha
Cunlrdar Lualtanla which docked this
morning- after :j-ln at Quarantlna since
midnight, when she arrived from Liver
pool This is the largest number of pas
sengers brought In this season and Indi
cates that the Americans are coming
back from the diversion of spending
their money abroad.
Thsre waa not much of moment to re
cord of the voyage because Admiral
Togo, the Japanese hero, waa In tha
limelight all the time, although there
were plenty of actors and actraaaaa
aboard, at that, a Kaator. a cutlery
merchant of this city, earned distinction
by finding Admiral Tos-o'a nockethnnk
and returning It. The pocketbook con
tained more than IJ.GOo In Rngllah bank
notes and the Japanese hero did not
"" he hid lost !t BOtfl Mr. Kaater
placed It In his hands.
"MIDDY" WEDDED IN ENGLAND
GIRL HE MET ON CRUISE.
A bridal couple that attracted con
sldersMe attsntlon on ths Lusttania
waa composed of Ductus Clauds Dunn
of Mississippi, midshipman In the
United States Navy, attached to ths
battleship Minnesota, and Mrs. Dorothy
Buckley Dunn, a typical English
beauty. Thiy were married July 17
at the home of the bride's parents at
Midshipman Dunn mat his bride a
faw months ago when the United
Btataa fleet waa In Rngllah watera and
proposed merrlajre. Aa soon aa pos
alble after his ratum home with hla
ahlp he obtained leave of absence and
hastened abroad to be married.
In tha big delegation of theatrical
folk aboard tha Lualtanla wars Charles
B. Dillingham, for years tha confiden
tial man of Charles Frohman and one
of tha mainstaya of tha theatrical syn
dicate, and Lea Shubert, tha syndlcats's
active foa. However. Mr. Dillingham
and Mr. Shubert played cards together
on tha trip.
LEW FIELDS "IN DUTCH" WHILE
Another manager waa Harrison Orey
Flake, who haa baan abroad getting a
play for hla wife and star, Minnie Mad
darn Flake. Law Fields waa aboard,
too, with bis wife and five children!
whom ha took through England, Franca,
Germany and Holland.
"We got along- fine In FOngland," aald
Fields, "becauae wa can all make a
stagger at English. In France and Ger
many my daughters handled the lan
guage and tranalatad the money. But In
Holland we were In Dutch, so to apaak,
becauae nona of us oould talk the lan
guage of tha country. 1 tried some of
my beat dialect on them, too."
Fields and Lee Shubert, In partnership,
won the pool on the run of the ship for
the twenty-four hours ending at noon
yesterday. They netted tl.250, which they
divided evenly, although Mr. Shubert. It
Is reported, dealred to split sixty and
Elsie Janla and her mother came home
rrnm an automoDiie tour in France. Said
"Klsle had twelve men on her atari all
the way over."
KAISER ACCEPTS LEISHMAN
AS AMERICAN AMBASSADOR.
Breaks a Record With Quick Re
sponse to Washington Inquiry
BERLIN, Aug. 4. Germany haa ac
cepted John O. A. Lelahman as Am
haaaador from the T'nlted States at
Berlin. Emperor William taktgraphed
his reply to the Foreign Office Imme
diately upon receiving the proposal of
Washington, from the Orand Duchy of
Me klenberg, where he Is touring. Tha
action taken la aimoat unprecedented In
promptness, showing that tha Emperor
did not hesitate a moment.
It can be stated that Major von Ktder
Un Waechtar, the German Secretary of
Foreign Aalrs, who haa a personal ac
quaintance with Mr. Lelahman, la much
pleased with hla appointment.
Mr. Lets nan's long service as a
diplomat qualifies him particularly In
the eyes of the Emperor, who sevsral
times lias spoken of the need of an
experienced Ambaeeador for the Berlin
poat and of his desire that no novice
be rent here. The selection Is also very
acceptable to (Jerman society, In which
the American diplomat and his family
have many friends. The press when
dlacusslng possibilities at the time of
Or, HiU'a resignation commented favor
ably upon the auiigestlun of Mr.
l'OHT UK SKW YORK
city of l'..liiratiua .
St. Laiirtul .
Brlati.1 nt, Harry.
Talih.ra. St l.ucla.
M tc, Caatlt, Hstena.
Trias Wiham IV..
ir.mii of Urtnads,
An.. mi, 1'rtatebal.
'i .... litmiiula.
Stiitlaso, 1 Ituliusua.
Ctltk' Kins. Cardiff,
l-i rrotaoca, Havre.
Luiaaos, N aulas.
Otty of etteaush. Ai-acha. jeekeaatuis.
estsausa. I'ltacsss Anna,
Battalion Chief John O. Oonlon re
tired e-iar frvri the Flrr Department
on hla own application, It being the
twenty-slsth anniversary of hla en
trance Into the ranks. Far the past few
years he has been In charge of the
He holda several medals for life sav
ing, most of them earned while In com
mand of the flrehoat George B. Mc
Clellaa. While In that command he also
won the Slsvenson medal for having
the best disciplined company in tha de
partment. One of Chief Conlon's remarkable i
feats brought to him the commendation J
of the department and won considerable
praise from outside sources. He was
on his way to a Are one night while (
oaptnjn of Hook snd ladder Company
no. 7, in East Twenty-eighth striet,
when the fire truck .truck sn obstruc
tion and the driver waa hurled forward,
breaking the strap which waa aupposed
to hold him In his seat. Conlon was
standing Immediately behind the driv
er's seat. He reached forward as the
driver toppled, grabbed the reins wlHi
one hand and the ankle of the driver
with the other, and with the driver's
head hanging between the whlffletree
and tne norsaa' legs drove four aiojas
to the scene of the fire.
IS CONDEMNED IN
"Third Degree" Committee on
Record Against Police Meth
ods in the McNamara Case.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 4.- The process
of "legal kidnapping," as In the labor
cases of Moyer. Haywood and McNa
mara, was condemned by the Senate se
lect committee appointed to investigate
tha third decree methods of the police
authorities In the United States. Which
was presented to the Senate to-day by
.Senator Borah on behalf of the commit
tee. The committee said that the practice
of hurrying accused men from one State
to another without giving thorn an op.
portunlty to be heard should be pre
vented by prohibiting extradition until
after the lapse of a certain number of
daya or by some other effecttv plan.
The only other recommen.latlon was
the cessation of "jury shadowing" by
the secret eertvec men. The Inquiry did
not extend to the police methods of the
Statea or cities, the committee believ
ing that Us Jurisdiction did not Include
THET LONG ISLAND ROAD
GITS THAR WITH AXES.
Nothin' Like a Moving Freight
Station on the Track Kin Stop
Expresses, 13 'Gosh.
Western railroads occasionally rush
Into print with Incredible storlea of
bulls, cows and locusts holding up and
sometimes wrecking trains. The Iconic
Island Railroad yesterday made a lorg
reach for the record.
The 6.04 train from Ionr Island City
la a Port Washington express. Its
first stop Is at Great Neck. All the
solid business men who buzx real estate
all the way out, talk about Immense
Increases 1 it values, borrow your paper
and matches and calculate each other's
wealth ride on this train. George
Bowles, Doc. Smith of Manhaaset, and
Bart Parsons, the Boy Brokst of Plan
dome, were aboard.
At ths Great Necic station workmen
had Jacked and rolled the old freight
station up tha line for several rods,
but had left the northwest corner of
thj roof projecting over the tracks for
two feet or more. Of course, the train
couldn't pass without ripping things
and It stopped. Passsngers began to
make suggestions. Tha big conductor
laughed under his green visor and the
workmen glared. Finally two workmen
were boosted to the roof u.,,i .....
about ten minutes of hustling with saws
and aias. enough of the roof waa elim
inated to allow tne express to pase.
Now the passengers know what the
saws and azss In the red cases In each
car are for.
BRITISH HOLD U. S. CUTTER
IN GIBRALTAR QUARANTINE.
No Sickness Among Cadets on
Board Itasca, Which Hailed From
Marseilles Under Cholera Ban.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 4. The United
His tea revenue cutter practice ahlp
ltasc Is reported being held In quaran
tine by the British authorities at Gib
raltar. The Itaaca haa on board thirty
cadets from the revenue cutter achool
at Fort Trumbtll, Conn. No Illness Is
reported aboard the ship but she ts
held because Gibraltar haa eatuhllshed
a cholera quarantine against Mursetllee,
France, the port from which the itaeoa
cleared for Gibraltar.
Revenue outter ofllclaJe expect the
ahlp will be released , from the Gibral
tar quarantine aa aoon as the formali
ties axe compiled with. She will eall
for home immediately.
Actual work on the lyexlncton svw
r.uc subway began thla afternoon, when
th" Bradley Contracting Company com
menced the erection nt Hlxty-ae.ond
street of a brlilKe fifteen feed above the
street level, extending from sloop line
to stoop line. On this the derricks and
other machinery will be Installed to
dig the shift through which the avenue
will he tunnelled.
It may lake aev-ernl days before this
bridge snd Its ponderous machinery la
ready, hut Frank llradley tolal an Even
ing World reporter to-day that he hopes
the dlirglnv mlirht begin to-morrow af
ternoon. The official openlna. at Sixty-seventh
street, will remain untouched for some
time, and the first shaft will be sunk
directly In front of No. 137 East Sixty
second street, the corner houae, which
Is the residence of Ch.irles C Mnrahall,
"It would have been futile for me to
have sent a gang of laborers to start
digging until -.we were ready to handle
the tons of earth which will be re
moved," said Mr. Bradley. "Without
this bridge we could make no progress,
snd the street cars and vehicular Ir idic
would have been blocked. In thla way
we can go right ahead without Inter
fering with traffic."
'1 ne penult for electing llta oiiJse
and sinking tie shaft was Isaued hy
the Public Service Commission yes
terday. END OF MOROCCAN SNARL
FOR GERMANY AND FRANCE.
BERLIN', Aug. 4. -The end of the Mo
roccan trouble bc'.ween Ucrmsny and
France Is In sight. Jules Camlion, the
French Ambassador at Berlin, anal Ma
jor von Kiderlen-Wnechter, the (Jerman
Foreign Secretary, to-day found a com
mon ground of settlement or. g-neral
lines, althottght the details remain to
be worked out.
Some time will be consumed dispos
ing of theae d tails. The nature of ths
settlement could not he learned except
that It lnvolvs a considerable trading
of colonial possei-al ins and so tranafera
the centre of Interest from tha Foreign
to the Colonial Office. It l understood
that Rueila played the part of u mutual
friend and interposed al taOndOf and
Paris to take the rough edges off the
Dngllsh att'tude, the challenging tone
of which for a time was more threaten
ing to peace than the actual subject of
Children Cry For
UuK ALCOHOL 3 PtK CENT
Eif'tf! AYegelat)!,' Predion forAs
MSlQl slrailai Log iht? Foodand Rpquia
MEH. iingllti' SioniiiciTs aiulBowdsol
5gg Opium.Morplunc nor Mineral.
CJ1 Not Narc otic, j
Br lreala I
Aperferi Renvrly rorroTtsna
18-5 Hon . Sour Stomach.Dlarrtu i
URj1 FacSinuk? Siijnr.rjri' of
ilaog NEW YORK.
ataact Copy of Wrapper.
The big steamer Bunker Hill of ths
Maine Sleamahlp Company's 11 oaton
line, which left thla city fat lafday af,-
ernoon with 4 i p iss, .'.iters, ran on .
rock . off Nobaka I'olnt in Vineyard
Hound at l td o'clock thla morning while
trying to avoid a tow of barges. There
was tic fo;r
There waa t long rnplng Jolt ss tha
steamer grounded on the rock that
nwnhrned all of the passengers and
hrought them In a frightened s.wirm to
the decks, dpt. Louis and his offi
cers naturcd them there was n.f danger
snd when the vessel backed safely off
the rock the panic subsided.
According to wireless despatches to the
offices of the Maine Steamship Com
pany here, the Hunker Hill was In a
dangerous pllitht and leukln badly
when she trot off the rock. ('apt. Lewis
ttiw It would he dangerous tc utietnpt
to romplrte the Journey to Huston
around Cjpe Cod and lie put Into Vine
yard Haven harbor. Just iiisldo Nob
The pumps were put In operation be
fore the stfnrrer not off the ro k. hut
the water kept (tattling rapidly until
there wns Bra feat of arater In tha for
Shortly after the Hunker Hill got In
s.iit. .on lavanua mullet Acaishaati
which had irot the wlreiess calls,
steamed In and stool alonvalde. Then
the T'nctena of the New Banff Of J
Martha'! Vineyard anil Nantucket line
came along and volunteered to transfer
the pasaenatera to shore.
They were landed at Wood's Hole, on
the mainland, and completed thai Jjar
ney to Boston by train.
Shortly after the pa senders were
transferred ('apt. laOWla got Instructions
front the main oflice of the line to
come buck tw New York If In his
Judgment the Journey could be mails tn
ssfety. The Bunker Hill was still leak
ing badly, but the pumps were takln.
care of the inruahlnK water. When the
anchor was raleed and the atcami II
started back to this city there wa
five feet of water In the hold.
The Hunker Hill left New York at 1
o'clock yesterday afternoon. The
steamer carries a crew of thirty-five
men. Fntll a year ago she was a freight
cairler. She was entirely remodelled
to carry passenxers.
Trainmen to Ifnve Ontlngt.
The annuul shore dinner and games
of the Federated Lodges of the New
York Switching Dlatrlct. Hrotherhood
Letters from Prominent Druggists
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Man but Drug Co., of Ft, I'aul, Minn., ,;ijb: "We are not In the habit
of recommending proprietary medlclnca, but wo never hesitate to aay
good word (or Castoria. It la & medical sucress."
Hegeman & Co., of New York City, N. Y. say: "Wo can aay for your
Castoria that It la one of tho best selling prc-paratlona lit our stores
That la conclusive evidence that It is satisfactory tn tho usrr3."
Myera-Dlllon Drug Co.. of Omaha, Nebr., Bays: "Your Castoria la ona
of tha beat aellera we have. Wo cheerfully reoomrni tid It to our trade
voluntarily at all times, and will testify to lta merits at any and all
Weber Drug Co., of Indianapolis, Ind., Bays: "Fletoher'g Castoria is
an article for which there Is no substitute. It Is undoubtedly one of the
moat popular articles on the market to-day aud our cttulomers for It
are numbered by the hundreds."
Parrlsh Bailey Tharmacy, of Lob Angeles, Cal., says: "During aa
experience of over 30 years In tho retail drug business we have never
found a proprietary remedy that has had auch a large sale or given such
universal satisfaction aa your Castoria."
Theo. Metcalf Co., of Boston, Mass., says: "Wo have handled Fletcher'i
Castoria for years and consider It one of the best preparations made.
Our sales are continually lncpiaslng and everyone of our customers have
nothing but pralee for Fletcher's Caetorla."
W. II. Chapman, of Montreal, Que., Bays: "I have sold Fletcher's Cas
toria for many years and have yet to h' tir of one word other than pralae of
Its virtues. I look upon your preparation as one of the few so called
patent medicines having merit and unhesitatingly n commend H aa a safe
GENUINE CASTOR5A ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tea esavaua eesasasnr, Tf tsuasav erassT. him voaa m
IF you could spate the
time to rlrop around
ctrj lust lock in our
. v a yen II "et a ne-v idea
of what a Molt Price Stlo
mcann. cs serially if j'ou're ac
nitramgej to n-adv-marJo
c'ritJ-.cs. We hnve no te.uly
p.o'! tt line. It'a merchant
tr.il' V f.'.'T' to $7.. tincntled-for
"om enta nnti Cooriea model
olothagi cuuto ti built to equal
130 tn $'ii merchnn tailors'
e.!urtn tliat you chcoBe from
. I tiicc marv clliuis savings.
$15 to $45
NOW up NOW
fivervthing is included
Coats and Trousers, three
piece bacu suite. Walking.
Prince Albert. Dress nnd Tus
rdo Suits, lieht-weicht Over
toots, Cravenettes, odd Trou
rors. Flannel Trousers, Waist
coats, etc.. etc.
910 and 12
The now Summer attire for
trond dreasers. Many smart
as well as conservative pat
terns. Sizes to fit men of all
proportions from 33 lo 52 cheat
I or Your
4 West 34th St.
etv een Broadway & 8th At.
in ipkij-mia. Bosmnr.
' thatt hestnat. 1 etttfl Hammer at.
Htm iVt.tmlro.tar HS.
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