JAMAICA BAY YACHT QLUB
WKATIIKH Cloudy lo-iilcht
PRICE ONE CENT.
IS WRECKED BY FLAMES
Guests of Club and Hotels at
Holland's Attack Blaze
HOSE FAILS IN CRISIS.
Bursts on 5oo Foot Gangway,
While Flames Devastate
The main building or the Jamaica
Yacht -lnb at Holland a station. Ilo, k-
awav Baaoh, wa almost deatroyed by
fire Which started at SJQ n:ivk ihl
afternoon in the upper portion of the
alt '. Queuta at the Bay View Ho
tel discovered the Arc an.l gave an
alarm. Firemen eamo from the roni
ranles ut Beaeldo and EfamrneU.
The appwaah to the ehtMMUM It
formed by a hoirdwaii; 1.' feet wide nnd
?a.. fee' l-.ii ac Over tin" the flreiven ran
too iinet of hose. Mil -i laamedlately
after tba watar was turned on one of
be tines srirst.
lf btftldred Vacation reel-tents and
hotel g tests aided in siretehtuar the
hose linen and In repairing 'h.. broken
hose. Tha lire epread rapid U fr..m thl
apper putt of the clubhouse ,n l I ie
ntlre main nulld ng war aaON In
The volunteer '.wrker an ra gate o
eeve a Large iart of the furniture Ol
tha .-lull. Tha lxng laland llallrosl
trains and those of the Brooklyn Tran
sit Company, aa wall u. the elaetrlC
Une from Rookaway Park to K.n
I'.okaway, were held up (or an hour
ami h half hy the linos of hoaa thai
OM run over the tra ike
The clubhouse la one .f lie hand--torn
est structure In tlie taction, It aat
nsndeomely lifted and gber.. rmd baan
regatta yesterday at wMcb, the dub-
louaat wen. tilled with memb e and
miaafi. The event .vse . lad'e' (Jay
of tin m
OARSMAN HAULS BODY
OF BO- FROM HARLEM.
Jumps Overboard, Thinking Lad
L Drowidnf, and T:ikes
John Ton nA nam bar of tha Harlem
M'tet 'lut, aaa row'.ny up thfl M.ir uni
itiv-r n u single ihall thla afternoon
when paraoM on i lie bank callad m
htm ascltadly. Ho undaratood ihem 10
a that a boy drowning and,
jumpHMl from !u shri:. he etruck out
n tlie dlractloi iolntud by I hoar on
Y i i j nr oajna npuii kM kody of a hoy
nnd dragaed it nahors atth the naalsf.
anoa of PoHoaman Avoaw of the
'ire Hundred ami I'.rr -. nd etrut
taUOP. Not until ha reached lb Of a
Id tie OarotoM learn hit he had raa
cued the body of a b 'yho had
The lai nil i!i-'.jmm Raymond
Warner, Hon of Will'ani VTnmar of No.
IIS Haet one Hundred an.l khtty-ninth
strnrt. He fcl oft uu ice hatge In tlie
Harlam ii t naturday,
The ah: nd.in.'d alndl of the oararnan
drifted nlon; for hal.' .1 nillo before :i
aaa cajg-ht by a nan In u re- o t
Vfdingi raaiimed his Inlarpuptad row
i.fter nt had made a ttatamanl to Ihl
NEW AVIATION RECORD
F0? SUSTAINED FLIGHT.
PUH auk. 7. It. Rnnaui mada a
in reoord for guatalnad Highi ,n id-
plnfea t"-da; when he QOVarad IW mil".
. -: . i j r daaoandlng. Ranauj laft St. Cyi
i,: i . ! to-day, nlynU4 fnpnntndjy
and then g tart ad toward Cbgrtfai and
landed at I.U ud .. r m He i" fry
ln for the IfJalmUl 'up.
GATES SHOWS NO CHANGE.
Klnntanlnv iia ;od NtaTbl i Doa
tora Are Bnootianffadi
pa: us, Auk. 7.- Th attending
John W. Oatc rapufttd to-day that
t ;e Hnnnotay had n.-i a sood nlghi mi J
kl.ai Itlg tfernral . uuditlun Waa u t
i hanged. Vea.ti.i. ihg phygloiaAg
war. nure fur.eial ..f : .. ,r. as Mi,
Uale? cuntlmitd .Me to tuka noariah
.1 . a., although hu waa a aak and nl
iioart gution gtlll Mliaa auxlet.
rlfht, 1111 I, b
Co. (The Nm
BIS POWER HOUSE
OF LUL T. ROAD
Blaze Across Street From the
Structure Causes wide
A h. pmokv nr in Wtlltemavburv
t i.U a ' v - en arivt- rin to a wbto-
;.iinl "U nor I ill 0M Of pOWOf
hOUMfl Of tlli 1! R T was hnrnlntf
ami t'rt Th t!am hnl I'ommunlnitwl
to fie miir.Tr rrflrwrlrt" ulmix tho
Tho flr WM In th 0nUM lleOllifl
hoUM Of ItWJ V1I,U:n E Whitney Chnlr
t'ompnny. nt Knr aiirl IMvIbkiu nive-U'-tH.
wj'v'h ! riR'i t rto thl m':
from the iu',-wft powm Aohm Oaf tho
1 1 11. T , ar.l If olo i-l-a to tho --
Vh-n t rt- llromMi rr1vv1 thi utor
lioiiB e,n1 it? lnflammabl- ronton. n weir
iiJl aMazf. Dopttty oiilf M'nr fiit In
I I : 1 .ilnrm whtn!i Urouit'ht thO flr
bOOta rnvi A. BHty and William I,.
Sit Jim. Tht uiff Htifarnr of IO.lt uator
OUlUpOd by tho flrebOMti- foOM thr foot
of Dlvtolon ovoi oo ooon ptt thn Are out
of tha datifforouo olooo.
Tho blaoo was r-Miflnfi to the bulldtnt
!n whlt'h it ojrtnatil. Kor a tlmt a lot
if TrT.v.: )UIOfl Rnd f.trtor!fi In tl)
null, hborrii tori wai t !irt,ipn 1.
0 0 0 1
i nmt taring iMati ewaun ind Uynra;
Broa ii and Arow r,
AT ST COUI8
0 0 -
Bnttartea Idhncdi nnd Bergan i Steele
0 0 1 0 0
0 0 10
ROattorloo - ehoklincri onoj ICowii
A lain-" anrt i . ' -tv.
AT NEW VORK.
0 0 0
I tat -Siitniners and stanatre
Caldwell and rtw. tii:e,
rtMT OA Ml
0 0 !) 0 0 0 0 0 0 (J
0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Hattcii..- 1'clty and H;
OUOOOOOOOOOUl 0 1
l 0 i 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 1 2
Dgtlgilaa aVioll nnd Payne: Bandar
an.i 'I h JUM.
I 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 1
BAttarlai uHaga and .'. bi , Wo u
Circulation Books Open to AH."
The rtm Publishing
Vork World .
Injured by Hxpluion of Safe
and Was Found by
Breaks Down Uiuier Police
Gruelling and Clears Up
Thro.igh the ronfea1nn 'if Samuel
Broun, caehler of the Long Hok Mill-
ina Company in Jaraey city, it deral"
oped to-day Mutt Frank Wala'i. w io
d1e thla morning In St. FYaoi Is'a Hos
pital, gg fatally Injured while trylni;
IO blow tlie aafe of the aong I"ck con
rn nnd eet tha offloa on tire lust niuht.
Wniah anajawiad in the at tarn pt for iiire,
ale ohject hnvInK baan to eteal and dee
troy two ledtrera e'howing gvldanoag of
peculations on the part of ltrown, an 1
then to wipe OU1 tVldeflCM ol ttta crime,
by eetttng tire to the hull.llng-.
Walah'g idea WE,e to nave It appear
that the . ra Wag th result of an ax
tdoslon. II." first made hi propamtloni
for the fire ind then got ready to blow
The charge of nltro-glveerlne was too
heavy It ..dew the door off the tfe,
hut also blew Walsh's eyes out, hurled
him auainM a will and dropfbd him
senseless, the prey f rlgmei he had
started lllmaalf, Hie olothlng whs aii
burned urt and hla ludy wae a black
ened hulk i. i the firemen found him,
hut he lived until this, morning, re
y -Ined eon usneae lung anotlgh to tell
ale name and, game to tho last, de-
lared he had wandered Into the Long
Dock QfTi -e t' leen en had set tire to
himself elth a II ,ntd garettc.
BOOKS CASHIER WANTED ARE
The books for whlcn Walsh sac: Soad
his llfj wein found unlnlured In tne aat'e
to-da-. llr'iwn Is nndOT arreatt. Tne
Jersey City police are looking for a air.
named Tlminlna of Hawark, Who Is Im
plicated by Brown In the hitter's eon-
The nftlce of tho Long no,-k Milling
Company la In a two-atory frame build
ing at No. (18 Pavontn avenue, near the
rla Railroad station and next door to
the Krle, Hotel. Qaorga Wormnn. the
proprleiur of the hotel, miw tWO men
acting auspiciously about' the milling
ftonOOI'H "Mice about W o'OlOflk last nleht.
but the Inoldani gllppad his mind when
Aboui lhraa)Uart an of an hour after
there aas an explosion n the ong DOOM
OfBtM mat rocked the whole noli lOOf.
hood. The WlDdOWg of the building were
blown nut. Wurman nnd ottiers who
rushed to the Itraet saw that the in
terior of the odlca was on lire an J
turned in an alarm.
The firemen had little tlfllOUlty In ex
tlngulahlng he blaaa. When t ley en
tered tne ortlee to Inventiguiii i.'ioy found
Walan on the floor near I ha safe, lie
was hurried to St. ifranoU'a Horpital,
where he surprised the attendants oy
rega.nlng consaiminfass und talking.
Walh gavi I'll r.gal niuno and Hd
drusa, N .. 313 intra! avunue, ISxst
Newark. N. J. lie said Ma tnpmothvr
w,a a s; tar of BdwarJ ICanay, anaak
ay of tha Now Jacaay Anaeinoly. The
police nnva laamad that njTalah ns b- en
eatrandad from hla ramlly tor many
years. His g later in Newark did nut
know wlietnei h nna al.vu or dead.
Walah'g gta mei i that ha wandared
Into tho . .a, Uook Mi'img Company
oflu-u and :t:i ailaap wltk a llghtad
cigaietle in hie Land fid Hot u ind
reaeou.' t. tas poitoa, aapaoiaiiy
the toot af tho safe hadi baan Mown .n
and th" lUHdlng had been wrecked by
ait aspioalon. After ocaeuftatloa ti,
lha oflltierg of tha uonipany. iirown, tnu
oaahlg laaa bo ma is at N . ill A iai
one Hundred ami TbtrtaanM moot.
Manhattan, waa sen: fur.
BROKE DOWN WHEN HE HEARD
OF WALSH'S DEATH
Bfown. alia ta thlrtyAvg yar old,
waa put ah tile defensive as Man -
the Jayaay City nnttoa got ..old ,; n
lie ktfu big nere until told thai B '.
waa de' and taen h-t bl ika dua-n.
"I gili r:i.fA slur, m ny looounta."
sa d BrOWn, The linn was ae't.ng s is-
pleloui an Mparti wan to havi b
put on my kaoki to-dav. i had cm ri d
up my gigglings in antf in two led
acrjN oui MtparU srould Ui ni out.
I'eaterdai i cgmi over to j rsty Clt'.
Hapgratl Tbay had one. tne on -
b...at.oi. jt tha aafv and I Buuldn'i gat
tnu bojks. lit CkVanaugh'l saluan
. .i Provnai atraal i nal a daaa nanid
(Cuntinuel go . . and I age
KILLED TRYING TO
NEW YORK, MONDAY, AUGUST 7, 1911.
Cars Stalled While Crowds Menace
Strikebreakers in Brooklyn Tieup
Doctors Hurriedly Summoned
After Painting Spell, Forbid
Pontiff to Leave Room.
ItOMKi Aug T. Popa Phis experienced
A relapse to-day The attack erne
sudd, nly, aggravating tho cold with
which he has Miff., awl and being
accompanied with trouty pntris. Iir.
ni uappl Pataooi, private phyalolan to
His htollnaes, and Dr Bttora Mar
ch tufa va. consulting physhlan at the
Vatican being notified of the unex
peetod change In tba I'ontlff'H cnndl
tion, rtiltad him Immadlntaly and di
re ted that he remain In his room.
One report Is that the I'npu had a
falntlni; s;.eii which alarmed hie at
tendants oonaidi amy. Baaratnyy of
lata Merry d. 1 V.i! was hurrled,ly inttl
nioned iu th.. i'onillT's be.lslde. Al
though Ills Holiness gttlafcly revived.
It Is said tout not a little aunlaty Is foil
regarding, iba Popa'i aanflJUon.
His Ho lineal bad appeared to ha re
covering normally fronT h.s recont in-
I dtgpoaltlon, although 1 1 1 aatreme baal
had weakened him and prevented hla I
tally oalehratian or maag. in the meier j
' hours of the day hu lias visited the
I gardana Laal evening ha remained .n;
j th gardens until in hour after hjnaet I
I Up o last night hu i determined
to najptlolpate in the oelebmtlon of tha
j eighth anntvatraary al his ooronatlen. it
Iliad been planned that the I'untihT
should wear only the ordinary mitre!
and a light vestment instead of thai
triple crow i ana papal mamie m eruer
then he might be lews oppreag i.
This morning the gootora deeded tit
in view or the in ore eat n a blgh temper.
lure they WOUld Opgoaa the particl
patlnn of tho l'ope In the function.
Accordingly it was arranged that tho
' aarvloe should be rondnbtad by Cafe
dinal Merry de Val, the R.nal Maflfgi
tary of state.
Il wa- gome hours later that the
i Pontiff's condition ghowed an ua-x-
j panted Cham for the worse
Onctors li tu ci and Mar Ifaia, alter
visiting the Pope tO-glghti stated that.
Ihey had found an Improvement in tba
gouty i oii'i lion of the Pontiffs' lower
Umbo, whl h was tlie primary agnea of
1 to-d a geiaure,
robbf:hs grab si ooo
from woman on street.
'I.IA'I I. 1 Mi. il. Aix. :. -Two dnr
.n f r, held .iu an.: rubbed M'sa
Inna inland. eaiMer of the star Mak-'
inK Company, oi i tatohal ontalning
$."k a' noon . lay on ona of thr
principal ittaeu of tha Ity, The1
woman .m -n route to th, unk
The uaai di in up alongside bar in a
ituri, 1 11. ni. 1,1 rurbleh Hfftki.
S l " ' " ' III ,' ! " MIIS. 1 1.
Us 'i 11 a ie.
I loule.s. II i'ark Rew.
CARNEGIE'S NEPHEW DIES "
IN MOUNTAIN GUIDE'S HOME
"Colcy" Carnegie, Stricken With Pneumonia
in Adirondacks, Dies Before Doctor Ar
rives Rich, He Had Gay Career.
"ll.fTVS fl,t,S, N. V, Aug. 7.
Coleiiien ('arneigie of I'litsburg and
l-'er- indhia. l-'la., a naajlsgw 'f Andrew
Cernegnet died early to-day at he
iioiise ot Hainael Jeukllu. an Adiron
daok guide, at Pattern mils Ha was
I flirty. one yeure old.
Oamegte, with aU mothetfi Mrs
Thomgg ' 'artiestlo, arid his alsler, Mrs.
N'ato'v Haver, had heeii on an outing
at Bgaquetta l.akn, und the young m.Mi
iiad left us relative! ' go on fish
ing nil aim tn. guide tie oontrnalgd
pneumonia uni iial before hep eould
Y'. ing Coloman Carnegie, or 'Onlay."
iiu lie wag known In New York and
Pttteburgj was uhe favoaila nephew -f
Aniir .w 1 'arnagla Home Qva veaie ago.
at a time alien f 'idellli W I'arutig'o was
listing a wale awnth in egejrtlng olralaa
In Now Vork an intimation was carried
In him that h'.a uncle luteibbsl to make
him the medium shrougfh najinli gba
name of 'amegle shoald t,e pereat uateal.
It was reported at the time that t'ole
man ''arne. .. waa aa lak.n La rtcoi-
lan.i and trained ' ' be note the laihd '
DROPPED UT OF WHITE LIGHT
At aan rtatci young Carnegie aimer -
ently re. irniesl He iia.il heen gtral llnii
Ilia in. " i e ol 1116,604 a year mwt in i-
tartally After a few BeonAhe in New
fork e dropped 01 1 of sight ol ha
friend in t ... nyhlta Light tMatrtot and
hoe rrappenred only at Intervale since
ie a o t wag 1 .at 111 liealtn nim-
palled Carnegie to Hva in a
: care oi'
iii October of Pi'i .loan Utonnrtk a
arneasinakeri and ., nlfOi Mar' i.eon
ardi oi, 1. iiaed idgni n of l,ll and
l,dd0 reapeatively a gal net Colaman
I erea. 11.11 in j..: ire sue-
1 1 ue. I
.VIII 11 big UU'iOlllol i).. i it. the.u
.1 .i.tiriiu. liOf, T.c c.'J.--
I "Circulation Books Open toAIl."
C rk'N 0IH1 .- i few m on the age tmeeile
lb d ICfforts to be-ate 1 'aruegle or III
proawrt) i been unavailing.
Cotemaa Cnrnagjla was one of the five
children of T inmna Cai .ogle, a brat hot
of Andrew aruegle There wore four
in th.' Ely an I U.a Mnac threu
were right along with Coleman when It
Oajng to a.atttalng their patrimony.
ine of the boye, ieorg.- Lander Car.
negle, married a later nt Harry k.
T1 aw and Bg i ixt Prominently at the
times when Thaw was on trial lor tile
WAS A GOOD SPORTSMAN AND
The sleter. Mis. N'ancv Hover, men
tioned in the dee patch from Qlegn Kail
an baring teen in tae Adti'undecge wkan
I'oleiiiifi i 'arnegie .hod, was one of the
most popular aids in ihttehurg In her
v mill bae rtat eg a ennegtlun by elop
ing wnb her fatkeri coachman. James
llever. The membere of bat Immediate
famiis were norrlAadi Put Uncle Andrew
I'allleK-i- gave the iouple his blues. ng
and st;1 'led Ihi-ni on tie niad to an ex
ist.. a I ontort without egrrtlou.
' piemen Carnegie also stood ty hie sis
ter al thai time
Tim He vera eepara ted some timo ago.
!( nil, it wan reported that ibev had
Imw one ijiie.'rtji. Coieinan t'oriieglej
w-aa ver) inecaptlklg to tba brfluenoa
f hu gietef Nana) and Iba nnrtlj kkad
to h ive the Paif tog"' her as mu -b as 1
The young man whl glad In the Adl-
rontaoka i itaadj md . nti.....i-
tic iportenian. He waa a crack anoti a
good fiscal mm and readv to go through
any hutdililp Whan aftei bl game.
I agger Monro ttiii gefari Tntl.
WaBHK(TO.V, Aug. ;. Tho Brup.
portionn ': naesed ly both Hu... .
prgvtdlnk for .n loeragsii fro . .an to itg
.in iba igemberahip of , i .. u;
Hepraaastattvi . .. teal . . iv lasdant
left ix Osv lui- pel appi. Lea
W I'. rilCH
N BROOKLYN AS PLANS
FOR ARBITRATION FAIL
Pugilist Conductor Lays Out Five
Men Who Attack Car on Wav
to Coney Five Others Sent
DOGS WITH PATROLMEN
IN GUARDING STREETS.
Bad Disposition Is Growing and
Police Look for Trouble To
Night After Quiet Day.
Kintinjt hr ke out anew on the lines ot the Coney Island & Brooklyn
Railroad this alHnTnOoa Attempt made earlier in the Jay to bring about
a settlement of the strike in which inotormen and conductors have since
Saturday crippled three lines had rroueht no result. At 2 o'cl'Kk five
men attacked a car at Vanderbilt street and Coney Island avenue.
They cut the trolley rope and attacked the condi ;tor. The con
ductor happened to be "Young Griffo," a prize fighter. He turned upon
the live men and 'aid all of them out. Then mounted prTcemen pl
Inped to the rescue of the ar which was already beinR pretty well de
fended. ' The five nen eirtpe'V Fo'.loertnn th"
BIG SOUND LINER
WITH 500 ABOARD
HELD UP BY FOG
Massachusetts, Which Lefl
Here Last Night, Blocked
All Day OuStlde Boston
HOMTON, aeTU with a paeaenger
let aged to be nearly I0d p. rsoiss wan
weir ejbeaard bar laet night In New
Vork. toe Boat Ofl end Maine HtnaanMhlp
Muii ruiHeii at I a Clock IhlH Ofter
tln'Si weja ellll iim-'i'irisl H. verl inline
oglnlda of liM.'oti hnroor proper, un
able lo noee her way IkMUggJ die
Lj lag! dg and dangerous send lung he-
rause or n e bevy fog whhh natal ed
k ii In to daw alxuit II e'elock wit In a
few momantg after u had aagntad ha
Tba oaptam of the llaaaachuaetta sent
several a ireloss niussagee In IgagJ "f-
M.ilals of the uonipany, saying all wen
safe and that he wnuM bod his ship
at Its preeent uinhorage until llf'lnf
of the fog makes it absolutely safe for
t; e trip lo lil dock at Cm India Whr f
Another bin ehtT held al anehotago
lust outalde Boa ton Harbor is me White
filer liner 'anou fr.ua Naplee, wllb
l,.i si.-erigu iiarsongers nnd at.out
two hundred or mole nihet pasengei s
aboard The .tiptain of the OejtCgjeg re
ported al 'S o'CeOOk "all well."
TRUCK KILLsTlAYING BOY.
S u'bi at play In fund of hie lio.nu
tine afternoon, Charter Kohout, six
gggri old, of No. ItVf avenue A, waa
kllb l by " trink driven by Obgrtag
W I ker n hi of No 3 Cast Kifty
o fhth street.
The chikl, with several others, was
pls1ig lope" wnen tne truck iVUUg
from a de street Tiie driver did not
aaa Bta boi until the tru-.-k waa almoal
gnon hi. n
dm a "tot.
When Hie horses Were
whi.l- ,.f the wagon lied
the Hoy's body.
. an led : he ... Id tu a
e Hi udhoo I, from the
hi Hospital, Ml I he had di.-d
i iill I'll p.kV
it T in M i
, Ilk TII'HS
in. lal... 1
i n. Wit,.-
I I la .' dd
U xj 12 H
i l P u
. .. Lag M
... i S '.'6
. .. .a .
i. .. Islsud
lonilr lo-n'ghl nnd
altai k, and the tat ent that the com
pany would attempt to put back It
night service, the police pranawad f
night attacks In the outlying district
fr a Park C o Avenue N in Cone
1. 1 und a veil ue.
EFFORTS TO 8F.TTLE STRIKE
Repented . fforts by William C. Rog
ers. Deputy Commtaaloner or the stars
I trpHinient of I. aho,, and the represeu-
lattvee 'f the woi'cinen to settle tlie
e wn; .men to aett.e the
t no reeult.V There wri
the hnd dlrpt 'on of the
d tin. otncll ' the line
v I d i it en that ttte
strike's toward trrn oMIelaH the line
nnd t ;e etrlkehrrnkera who ad taken
their phi. waa i. gain tiecol tig dan-
mroug and the poll, e pit p.-r for the
poaalbiltty of a nlht attaek ion the
lews at Wol'tl.
I'lv more men were arraign hefore
f aglstrllte rteynolds 111 the Clfth Av"
una Police Court for taking part la
treat disorders and alt of them g.'
Workhouse sentences. John S. Johnson
and Walter MofTett, who were tsken
I'ark Circle, were gl . en ten days aggk
llicliard Staples. Janus MO lire an.
I'eter litllen, wan nere erre. ted dttr'.u
the rifle of je.terday, were given dvi
The atref railway people denied a
i rumor that 3upt. itomnlo riulllvan had
j thrown up hla Job In sympathy eUth the
j strikers. They announced that nlg'i.
I runs would he glial tpted 'o-night.
After a lull In the et.lt.-metit of th"
strike there eeine an Inddenl thle ef-
i teninoti that may nieun the eomtng of
mora iresjktn on the two euci'a.'e tine-
t to Coney letendi Joan J Page, motor
ii. i i. an 1 Kdw rd Lynn, conductor, hi
cur No. Ill under their charge when II
laarhad lurk Olrola at Coney is. an.,
CONDUCTOT, WAS AFRAID OF
On the rear eeals wo'H. w.'Verat euns
i men Lynn jumped from his car, gal
to aii inrpoator, who wasi at the Otrafa
aajg demanded that the pajaaangarg be
' taken from the ear. He seal Ihey win
strikers and Intended attacking the
The eon lie tr started fee run frait.
los . ar. Tae n.otoi tnan caught hin
"You a. n't going to deaant,'1 aaal t':
Itrlka break tug inolurman I'll pun i.
your head oft if you don't get back on
InepeotOf Oooley saw the Incident. II"
rappad for half a dueen mounted gm
lleaman. Thy surruundesl inu car and
allopad along beside It to insure its
safe passage The men in t is back
seats fuel smoked.
NVii'l; ni' toiee hoars after striking
n.. it,, linen and conductors tied up thrs
. i ulliciali ot ihe road to-day starisl
g.eai, ...... ia oi -ak ttie strike. Car Ma
Hi.:, ,n 1'iuijii .1 l.dward U.a. a. nioiiw
man, and James Hodman, .onduuiags
left us gatllb u. . . bvn w iii
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