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TBI VENIlf O WOULD, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1913.
fttardly bad asBarrt aar 1M tanU
int ala of f h tug dM down among
watcher at th Battery wen another
reaeu. Mtmmtm on th HMU of tb frM.
Th lit Ualden Ait, tesflac anlng
nCtmtam op through uttrml3 Oban
nU ni ima to b laboring and la 41
i tw 1 Bus wm burtad at aoh
rae of bar bow ad ah sMsrad mere
towiir wrair saauts
ONKW ABANOONB TUO AMD
LAMM ON ROCKS.
bto. Ma HIM g rb twg o L,
JIsJtasaek out ,ut from Hi VuXiHu
star aad (Mat kim th wind to tbm
aaatatoaaa of tka craw of to Odd an
Ad. KM tow and aswws war ab
foasd and all ailed aahar e tba iwaba
of ti Ooraraor latond bfaafewalar.
i mas ef lb (totdaa Ag. oraw had
leaped ovarbeerd tort vfrr th Hal-1-Bbaak
draw alaoaaMa If waa ras
cuad with ffloultr
Tka aid ataaatohtp Taaru at Ota ttwa
tliwU oonoan. Uad a at Mar No
l"BUrr. waa found to b Ifi danger
of alnblaw If rba awta bt bo: laaaaa.
Th poinding of to old oreft afulast
th pilw af Bar alto unl avataa about
f nh arith to watarlta aad tka saat
began ft tab In walar.
la to blght ot Ui Mow about 4
otook word waa tteahed to th Oavarn
mnt daroltct destroyer earn, tha raa-
u boat thai took off toa TvgTlalhe's
rtaaanfara on Christmas Oa . that
bhfa Had sohooosr bad gun aahor
on tb BrtgaDtlns rf outsld of IJt -tl
Kgg Harbor TU Beaane weighed
ajxdior awtnadwlalr and atartad an
through th Narrow ta tha raamia
OALC SENDS RAY TO TOP OP
Ths wmvaa. piled up aba ruiktni gals
out of th southeast, war tumbltna? ovr
tha Battary seawall and apllllng gal
lone of sua ovar th braad walk and
tha lawna behind, and (pray waa sip
ping claar to tha top of tha Aquarium
rn m. I tow,, whan th flret aroldant In
t in harbor nrcurred Two Wk luge,
towing a atrlng of twelve laden coal
lrgaa belonging to tha J. J. Mo
'iillom Company and bound far White
atone Landing, raine teetering down
North River end fought to meke the
turn of Manhattan' heel opposite the
ftaltery It wee like h.ittlng a atone
wall for the overladen tuga.
' AtMr standing aMM tor nearly ftttesn
.mmule end .nrt.nK away In toward I
, th fringe of t.uUdtncs about th ferry '
t. tiding one of the tug blew franti
cally the eut-loose lgnel The barge I
man promptly cut th rablee Unking up '
the laet four bargee and th remainder
mt the atrlng turned laborioualy ami ,
mad back up (North River. The four j
drifting bargee, taden with from 100 to
i.soi tone of coal each, swept ewiftly
.town an tha aea wall, with none to
BAUCIS HIT SKA WALL AND ONE
They hit the wall Just weat of tb
new immigration eliad wuh a bang
that ahook tha ferrvhoivee On barge
promptly split open and aank; tha otkar
three pounded and grated agetnet tha
wreak until they, too, egan to take in
water Then the two tuge, having
dropped the remainder of tbelr etrlag
aoraewhere up North River, came plow
Ing back and triad ta drag tb three
m .Ml uui,;,u mm .,,
ger. Altar a etern light with the wavae
they auecaoded In anatohlng tb barf a
out into deep water.
But not before the whole floating
menaoe bad cone within an ace of col.
Itdiaff with a pila-drtvlng derrtok tn
the ferry ellpa and given appalling. '
tt 'boat fr
ir.more to a rew rerrywoei oaptaina The aid frigate Janeetowa, for maay
The ateam lighter, which was db yaMa qaaraatla skip la stamptoa
masted ahortly Uiereafter. wae the Andy. Bo1t4jt tMtroyMl by are during the
llb of Ite wrecking were ewallowed -om Muy. gB, WM helag dle
.n th roar of lh gal. maatled aad tba wreckers were rescued
TUO IN DISTRESS WHISTLES E f, T1J The Jawoatow. had a
FOR HELP. varied oareer la tk Olvtl War aad
Tk third In the succesrtoi. of near aP- after,
proaekee to real shipwrecks waa a tug. BA'LTtHOM, Ian I With the BbTwj
nemo 'unknown to tka Uattery lookouts. I meter at :i.o. the loweat ever rgOertfsJ,
wnlak got Into great dtOlculUea about j tn thta nt end a 40-mllt- gale Uowtn.
mid wart between the Battery and Ud- ahlpidng took refuge in Cherapeake nay
loo's Island. Wksa tb tug's eUrlll harhora in-day and walled for th worst
whlstlss af distress sounded. Commodore I sturtn of tin- winter due to-night. The
Bill QvJgtey of Ihs mosgulto Meet look! roof uf Haltime's county Jail waa blown
a long glance seaward aad ahook
"dad help the poor ssllorsl" he ei
clalraad. Bui Just as the crew of the tug could
be aaaa cutung tii lashings oa th Uf
boat atop tba cabin a rescus tug put out
from th Brooklyn shore, passed her a
ima aad towed bar to South Brooklyn
Three storms of sstraordlnary vio
lences occurring In widely ssparateJ
aectloB of tka country, were reported
by tka tatograpit companies here almost
Tha first or the storm rsged south
of Washington For a tlms there was
oae wire working between Wseh
lasjtao and Atlanta hbortly hafors noon
tnsy was act a wire working south or
1 SB all all bad been proalratad by the
Xsst ta vlolsnos wee a wind storm In
taajBtldale Weet. which levelled scores
f irlrw fcotwn hard and Chicago. At
one Ueu during th forenoon thor were
trot Br wlroa working between the to
Tk third storm area wae In the
HLatas of Washington aad Oregon, li un
dress of erlros bad been prostrateJ by
tba haavy blow thsrs. ths teletrsph
Tk ffaio that swept elong the ttlantlr
seaboard had Bhis afternoon reached e
i slasllr of sixty-five miles sn hour. Ths
wlsia. acraamlng over New York house
top; and ruffUng the surfacs of tne
- " int.. . ft.. aw aaawav. at firs'.
bagjud up a hevyi fog which brought
local nsvlgatlon to a standstill and then
4laolptd tk mist in a twinkling.
' LlfE-SAVEfls, ALERT ALL ALONG
Blerm warnings were holeted from
HakJmote t Bast port at .' in th
morning, wbaa ths gals hd rac)isd i.
vaigakty ot (orty-fiv miles, a doin
blflil atsasnsrs wr tied up In the luu
facti wttlie other eteamei and ailllng
vcaasla. reallna up the ooat. were
tnsssd and bettereJ by the beevy a as
lifa-wavlng orw long tne ooaat held
t haaaastvee In readiness to launcn their
to.) through th pounding surf at any
mean sat. for Indications were ftom Oov.
s l lamsat Weather B ru reports that
(he gals had not uriy rciiru ine
llratt of It violence. A shift In the di
re-Mien ef tka smis Is espacted before tu
. UBtll noon ths fog hung heavy o' ei
Nw Turk aad tar many inll aro.tnu
Than tka wind suddenly whipped it
sgsjrt and carried It off In long, at. earn
las; ahead Vlfterri minutes Ister the
SSja mag gaining from s dear sky
Rt Crw CaeajJi !
THREE GREAT STORMS SWEEP
WIDE SECTION OF COUNTRY
aa aaa 4. a aa aWssss a
Atlantic Coast Lashed by Furious
Gale and Damage Done at Vari
ous Points Middle West and
Pacific States Are Hit.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3. Pierce stomr of t xlraordinar violence
swept three widely separated portions of the ommtry to-day, paralyzing;
wire oomrmmkatlon, doing property damage and menadn shipping on
the South Atlantic Coast
One Morm, central In Virginia, swept the Chesapeake flay and
tlarrrpton Roads and partially submerged the sliipping section of the
City of Newport News with water from the James River. Battleships
of the Atlantic fleet at arwtior theft kfpt their moorings with difficulty,
but rtiweir launches arid small boats attempting landings were swamped.
Large quantities of freight on the piers were swept into the sea. Win
dows in large hotels at Old Point Comfort were blown in and the
beaches about the Virginia Capes were strewn with wrecks of small
craft. Revenue cutters patrolling the capes expert l.s of life in the
storm. Norfolk has reported the loss of a number of small vessels with
the drowning of the crews in that vicinity.
or a Haae tk olHee ef aTawwort
ewe aaa aferfelfc we eat off froa
oeauaaalcatloa, aad all aleaar th
ooeet territory aa far eoatk aa aVtlaata
eoauBBBloaUon waa laterrapted. All
aefceaalea of eelllafe were aeaaaraUiea
at co eat aorta. A.U oiti u tk aeo
tloa report4 attraction of property
ky th rale, kat aa fetaUMee.
Th a-ale reached a eelooltp of!
elty-ae mllee aa hoar la aom eee
Moa aad raaay cltu eouth of kere
ware oat off for a time.
Xa the attadle Wt a aaree wlno
etorm leveUaa wlree ketweea Mew
York aad Oktoadro aad In the far
W eater Stat of Waaklafftaa aad
Oeewea ceauaaalcawoa waa partlaUy
paralyeed ky aa other aeroe gate.
In title city the gal whipped down
Ian n'l tree but did no trml liut
age. Telegraph ami telephone wlrra
were demorallted na far aouth on th
coael Una aa Atlanta.
RIVER WATCRB DRIVEN INTO
NORFOLK. Va Jan. I. A alaty-mlle
gale with heavy rata whipped the At
lantic ooaat here to-day with terrlfla
vlolnr. downing wlree and demoralli-
Beveral amall craft am reported aunk
with loa of Ufa and many are In dli-
The terrific gal ewept the watere of
the Jame River up Into the lower por
tion of th oily of Newport New. In
undating etreet. warehouse and driv
ing people to the elevattone. Kerry eer
Mag arrow the river to Newport Newe
waa impoeetble and the city wae cut off
from all rommurtlratlon.
this afternoon. Brvvral alight In
to prdetrlans from falling awn
ings w. re reported
Weather ufhYtuls report this city the
center of the d'eturbunce and heavy los.i
to snipping Is fee re I during to-nlglit.
ATLANTA. la . Jan. S A gals which
swept the South AtUtitlc Coast .Htites
aariv Iftiflsi resulted tn sBMMorabtg
damage, accnrdlns to topnrts rclt,d
here At Augusts, lie , the army avia
tion camp . iff, i,- i e on., damage, gov.
i rel hHiiti.il - being bluwu down. Tele
graph and telephone VI es generilly
At S.ivannah. t'herlrstun hU.I other
points along on Ihs coast Hie wln.l
averaged forty to forty-flic miles tin
hour, but only noinlnal loss lo shlpplnx
OOltMttblt reports th .1 th steel frime
work of a altyscruprr m blown out of
place avt w.nd.ms and small bUlldtltgl
a slgly-tntls-tn-hour e.iie is reported
lo have swep' the I'uriila Peninsula
UlfOUffhOUl the night, do'ng mu' h hi'n
Sge to wl.es, tfeei tnd small bulUIlnirs
No ion of life is reported.
THUNDER Ai I) LIGHTS ING
WITH SYRACUSE STORM.
lantlj Bftsi lh t
Ian S. Almost In
IHg neadlw or an
recor line BSVl
ran off the msrgln of h
nlted Itgts West
papet here at
th" liutvao a:
r.oon to lev. after hsv'ng aclieJ its
limit in refUtsrtag m iBchaa, tbunei
emt llghtalnj sioim set In. The tern
peraturr then re ordet wai 41 deg ee
On hour Ister It wae CI and he barum
eter recistered e pisaSUIB of 17.13
Inches This Is sn uupr.e,1e .led reroio
at the gvracue.. Hurrau The last pre
vious winter electrical storm is rt .
as hreaklnB 1 it lo 1' M on Jan s
:.: To-dsy s storm wss not Bgysri
nor last. us
N5v KAVsSNi Conn.i Jan. t Tht
barometer at the Weather bureau this
afternoon ieglt-rrd SI ST. the loWBBt II
us. beer in the i letory of the station
The wind w-ae Plowing forty miles an
hour and rising. It la feared much dam
age will be dune to shipping alot-g the
WIND WRECKS HOUSE:
DOZEN MEN INJURED.
fllll.ArKl.rHIA. .Isn 1 - A doin
n-en were Injured her this afien ..,-
wtien a high wm I amoat eojipleiely
wrecked a Ihree-atury building watch
a a mm a a BIS, sw d I fat, 1
IN M mm
about flft man and woman ware at
work. All Uio Injured were token ta a
hit Baai, where H waa found that none
waa eerlouely tun aevoraj of th
wumn employed In the place ware re
ported to have !en killed, but all em
ployeee wera later accounted for
fJf MILK WIND BLOWS
ROOF OFF; MAN BURIED.
t'lllJ.l.ll'SHl'nrl, N J, .lan
wind In gtiat. at tlma reaching
tority r lao mllee an liour, ewept thlt
town and rhe urroundlng .-ountry at
1 o'clock to-dau llng much damaga
'in.- particularly vtiloua guit unroofed e
nouee on Mlumnui vnu In th pro.
ere of nonetrurtion and Chtr Puraell
end llank Ilelleuo were blown clear
of fh wrerk, but Knight Firth waa
hurled tn the rtilna. Ttc reamed,
FLOODS FOLLOW STORM
IN WASHINGTON STATE.
SKATTLK, Wash., Jsn. I.-Ths first
dsath from the flood In Seattle occurred
to-day when a house eltueted on a
lope In West Heattle was carried away
by a landslld, killing John Larson, an
Inmata. Thr others were vrtly
Kaln la fa Ulna 10-day In the moun
tains, melting the treat mass of enow
that fell recently. I'nlees there Is a
elianga to cold weather toon there will
InevltaMy be elklee In the higher alti
tudes and floods and uaahouts In the
, .owlande. The Weather Bureau gives
I All Qroat Northern trains era marked
Indefinitely la' Northein Paclfio
train are an hour or two late. Ohl
' iwk.i. MllAiiukr and Pmtet Sound
; Lr.titis are on time.
It la only by the greatest elertlon that
; lh railroad keep their mountain track
dear U the siiinmlt of the 's sds
Mountains yestrrdav the water was ten
Inches deep nn the Milwaukee and
Puget Sound tracks.
Jton tlcelli. Hit by (Sal.
istqtsi t'lTtts Basajag w . n.i i
tsTOOUsTroWN, N. V , Jan 3 -ot
severe wind etiirin passed over Mon-I-cllo.
ffafHrVaa County, this afternoon,
doing much damage about the village.
Several small BUtMlnfft were wreck-. I,
many trees were uplootej and s'gna
GALE SMASHES SHOP
WINDOWS AND SENDS
A piping gale ws blowing from Ihs
southeast suing Madison svenue The
wind goi Intu the air funnel formed by
the esc. n ation of the New York Vn
tral from I'ort.v-sacond to Eorty-elsiith
streets and at noon It wa blowing great
guns. At the corner of Korty-elglitli
and Madison avenue U the llrlarcllff.
Novelty Store. In front le a plate gla -a
wlnd.w iilaiut twelve feet squars. At
the side are (no windows 7x!..
Thr wind Increased In velocity
There woji a puff and a crash of glass
The fiont window was bluwn In di
rectly uftcr the side windows wsre
blown out. Little cyclones circled
about the Interior un I flowera went
floating out on the breese. Pipe and
books iirnl stationery followed and 11
looked Ilk a cold and bitter day In
door and a .-now storm In motion.
ThS stock that didn't get out of the
Windows waa piled up at th hack of
Hie Store and Imalnea waa euapended
for thr day when Ihs wind subsided.
June, .utiles for to-morrow's rscss
ate as follows:
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tii r II- Wheels! Ill; hsM. tattks. lit!
tfliMi M.vi V ielllii f., it .Silt snd
... sails it (wash. mi Duk's Trip 104 L
M H ..' 101 haraet nllfis't 04; Molm
I'allersn tic. (Iuu-. . I'ldsf, lOT! Vsaef IN I
I dssu', I '" l,utii,Tii.s 110; flung, lib
7. i, .slid. Ho. nrbstl 11 II: ben t u-as. 11.1.
l lllllli It M r Beltliji u.aiss: llir-r isrol4
.1 up, u I ui, nst -It. art. HorialuU site.
ir !:,, t p.tnt ut frsrilf ma: ilrHnU'
nr. a-el Mi - i UK '.. l.l.i. linn lost Ml
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Slla us' Maine I i rl I (Ml Ms. Horn I "
i. ne Msretawsni ink a-iver Hrsln. Ill: Wsns
. -.I. ii nn riie, in Midrrsgis!, lift.
eiX'lltltArr -'i v, a mt m
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tre l.ul 1..-., . IV. . . Si. ij '
. bin Ii. HDI. (Xjouian IBS Puel.
1 1 1. Mtreb, Ha. -In Iteiiaf irrl'
. I a. kmse 111.
tpe-eSJ 1 s sll'ieanur
Trail. tleSV, faat
ils (ase 'BKinill til IMVr
i.. itii rhliiniii qi ;sit
-f ' i .1 a W 'igOVg I"
un-' B Tex, !.' c.
until Al IHt
, mi id iisimtiRY
Smith Threatens to oppose
f 15,000 Award if Counsel
Wastes More Time.
Letter to Mayor Stirs Inspector,
One to Waldo 'Has No
Te Alderrnarar Pwlir Inveotlwatreg
i-ommhte roevmod Ite oeeetone tbla
aftornaua. with Capl. Ormaby f tha
htadoaoa etreat eta'ton on the tnd.
Thla waa Capt Ormaby'a third appear
anoe lo Aeec.rtb the eyetem of Inreetl
gatiaaj aamplalata aent by oiMaana
ragardlndl dlaorderir bo nee
It la the o!iot of ChMf C'otinael Buck
ner ef the orum'ttee to ahow that the
folic comiulaaloner not adequately
Inkinne.t b Ml oaptaln" of what the
a ttial I'onckM'ina are In their precinct.
C.nl ri,mhi. mi m m ,,n Mt ttA nn Mt.eoltlt
oomul.int. of pl.-e. In hi. d!rulrt and !
ssnl to him through the inspector. The
oaptaln wee unable to ehow what j
reports he bad made on many of thsse ,
er had the Investigators been sble to
find in the files of the Police Depart
ment any reports of action taken.
The committee met lo a room draped
heavily tn black and purple, a mark of
mourning for AldsrmsB Wlllard, who
d'ed on Tuesday. Alderman Curran,
ilrmsn of ths commlttet was absent
snd Aldsrman Kstsrbrook presided
Mr. Purkner opened In bti utusl vtg-
oroiia fashion end soon aroused the rs
,A",n! niment or Aldrmn Jamee Smith, a
Tntnmsnv member. Mr Hmlth tiritested
against Mr. Ibicknsr'e BSOtlea and aatd
he would oppose any further appropria
tion utvlsss procredlngs are expedited
SMITH OBJECTS TO REITERA
TION OP QUESTIONS.
"On the last dsy here." protested Al
e.ran BssHk. "Mr. Buckner asked the
some qaiBtton twenty-seven tlmee."
Thr examination anon -esolved llsetr
Into s discussion of Torm t, or ths
"nuopeoted places" lists, which oaptaln
send to the Police Commleslonar. Mr.
Buoknsr was unable to sittsfy himself
aa to what a nolle captlln conaldsrs s
"soplcknr plsce." and he didn't get
mu -.h sselstance from Ormaby.
Mr. BiK-kner read two letters appar
ently allowing that more eflVracy appllee
to a letter of ronspiaini wniwn m saw
Mayor fill an one written to the Commls
aloner. Two letters written on the same
date by tha eome perann, on to the
Mayor, th other to th Police Commis
sioner, were traced through the flies.
Ths Mayors letter, II wss shown,
roused Inspector Cahalane to action, hut
there wae nothing to show In the rec
ords that any action wa taken on the
letter eent to th Oomsnlsoloner.
BUCKNER FINOS MUCH POLICE
Ormebv's esamlnatlon. from What Mr.
Itu kner brought out. and without ref
erence to what he may have hidden It
agipears thst th Police Department Is
consider, h'y hampered bv red tape.
Mr. Buckner allowed cases In which ac
cusation that precinct commandera and
tnspe tors were collecting graft from
gambling houses were referred from
Headquarters directly to the police of
Urmaby an Id he would throw anony
mous complaints charging policemen
ivttb t: aft ing In the waste baaket. In
his case and ths case of Inspector
t'shelane, hie superior, he a1il, anony
mnua chargee thnt they were grafters
were common, and he conaldered them
unworthy of notice.
t'apt. Ormaby wa excused at 4.10
o'clock, and the committee adjourned
until Tuesday afternoon at ? o'clock.
$50,000 BAIL IS ASKED
FOR "PETTICOAT KING."
Jackson Pleads Not Guilty to the
Charge of Defrauding Bunk
B. L Jackson, the "Petticoat King."
who waa Indicted early In Decemoer
charged with swindling banks out of
half a million dollsrs, appeared before
Judge Mulqueen In Oeneral Sessions
to-day and pleaded not guilty to the
charge agatnai him. Jackson disap
peared from his magnificent home at
Pelham Hay soon after tita concern,
th Jackson Mack Company, failed In
October. He waa traced to Kruntet.i.
Mexico Th listened with arrest there,
he sgreed to coma beck to New York
voluntarily. He presented himself ut
th Ulstrlcl Attorney's Basil New
Year's dsy snd waa at 0MB locked up
In tha Tombs.
According to tne charges against
1 Jackson he mad
out fgU In voices as
of good sol.l and uar.l ; hiu a ' lie co -
latere' for loans froiv many banks
When collection time i aw the concern
was found to tie Insolvent n thl ip
P'loatlon or Aalhiani I Hslrll-t-Attrtl ne:
Yl.r liaJI wa Riod at sM,aH
id. ! TAFT NOT TO SEND NAME
OF G0ETHALS TO SENATE.
Opposition oi Dtrntxritic Scnalon
1 1. lh.- Action on Appolnlmcnl
to Panami ttice.
WASHINOTiiN. Ja.. S lres lent
1'a't i3-diy definite! told Senator lit in-
degei oi i'ouneciicut. OBairniaa of the
tntar-UBiabli Caasla CowtBlltBo. thai hi
g'OUid BOl tgad to tile cn.ie th norii-
Ingtlpn of i'ii uorgr floothUi as
I'm devvrhu f 1 1 l anama CbobJ
aaaa BaTiaUa of lo. oDoost.ol
.a- gaaaiors to bis aaaoiaunaaL
PLANNED A SCARE
New l etter to Archbold Read
Before the Clapp Senatorial
HELPED PANIC ALONG.
Scheme Suggested b) a Mem
ber of "the Reigning Family."
So Sibley Wrote.
vVAriHIMVrON. Jan I. Intlmatlo ta "oreaetng no! -noe to-dey marked the
that lg buelnea." warned far In eJ- Pror the etrlke Inetltuted laat
vanoe to take action agatnxt Praeldant I Mndy by the ga-mnt worker, whloh
Hooeevelt In protaotlon of It own i now tn lnvlv opera
Intereeti throurh vleoroua D.ibitr awMi. I tlree. A email factory In Brooklyn wae
clama upon him, and hinting that aentl-
mant which might have eontrlbutad to "wd un or n" i""1 ctoiningman
th panld of HOT wae deliberately ",mf tor1 :n Manhattan waa nvade the
manufactured In Wall etreet, were c0n. 1 "bJct of araault by mob of about
tamed In an alleged letter from former , ww Prrrona.
'Repreaentatlvo Joeeph C. Sibley of' Eighteen rlotoue tailor on atrlke were
Pennsylvania to .Tnhn D. Archbold of ' rounded up by police reervea In Urook
the sttandar.l Ull '.mpan, read lo the hn 9 efter th !orm1ng or a email
"" ""'" this afternoon
I'he letter waa dated March 7, IffiS,
and purported to be a follows:
"My Daar Mr. A:
"The illness of Mrs Sibley has pre
vented my coming to New York.
Senstor Jl was to have gone over
with me. I think he will go anyway,
as he ha business there. 1 bad a
conversation with an Important of
ficial yesterday, and he told me there
was but one thing to do and that
a-" to .tart a bftck-flr.
"14k myself he Is muoh alarmed,
bat at an official member of the
'reigning family,' hie kaada aad
tonga are tied. Be thinks ths
work should be done la the educa
tion ef publlo sentiment ketweea
now s.nd tks meeting of Congreee
"II has, I Mink, bssn decided to
convene Congress in estra seeslon st
that tlmn, though the dpeaker BUI
try to have it go over until Novem
ber if he cannot do better. I will,
know In a day or two how he suc
ceeds. "No man valuea public opinion or
fear It so muoh a lloosevelt. No
man seeks popularity so much aa he.
Mild reproof or criticism of his
policies would nearly paralyse blm.
To-day he fears only ths chorus of
ths rabble Ite thinks It Is public
sentiment. I don't know whether
the Industrial corporations and
transportation companies have
enough at stake to Justify the fusion
of forces for concerted action, it
seems to me necessary.
The Plbley latter was one of a big
batch of correepondancs purporting to
hsvs passed between Archbold and eev-
eral other leglalstors. given to the Clapp
Committee by W. K. Hearst.
BAILEY RESIGNS HIS SEAT
IN UNITED STATES SENATE.
Keeps Promise Made Some Time
Afjo lo Leave Washington
WA,mtNyTON. .Inn. 3 Senator Jo
seph W. lUlley of Texas late this af'or
noon resigned a a member of the Up
per House of Congress In a letter sent
tO OOV, Colquitt Ot Texss and president
pro e.m. Oa'llnser of the Senate.
Senator Halle) announced some Kmc
ago he would resign, and yesterday de
livered hi farewell speech In the Sed
ate APPRAISALS OF ESTATES.
oniptroller Files rt Valaee t
Transfer Tas OMi-e.
Deputy Ststo i 'otrrpt roller Preset
lrnnsmltte.1 the following appraisals of
estates under the innerliaiice tax law
to-day to the transfer tax offi
illlberi K JOBOBi son of s (orator
owner of the New York Times, who
onmi'tied suicide 'Nov. lain, left an
estate of tolal value "f $.177 ,907 Net
Clara H. Knoedler. died Apill 11, MOl
spplemental renrt allows asssta were
IfT.BB; value. Ht.tm:
William Whltrldge. a non-teaident.
died February S. MOl BUBplomontal r0
port shows additional dOOUBtlonB, value
of the New York estate to ?9 41".'.
l-vl 1 Khoemaker. of Wilkes-llarre.
I'a . died September 27, in. Asset tax
able In the State, 4.1.'iK: net value, ts.lla.
Kin V. ColllngWOOd, of Kll.abeth.
N. J., died siarrtl Mi 11". assets taxable
In New Yolk State. 14. 117; net alue.
A HI P
4 111 4 411
4 7 n aV
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a m i-M
10 4il 1 1I 4'J
1 1 117 ITU
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it itsntars isisn.1
It. . litte
I'll II I OK MIW VOHK.
A It HIVED
Cllj ot Hsuniish Hslsnnah
Are iMPMfB inatler- Ntllloh Hi' sV.,11,
liVBf, ki.liK.N" nj OtllBf rag .-. n .snnni
I e V care i( stIIBOMI BBij,
I'liuples, boil. BCgBOlB anil ullier i
rfUpliOBti IBM Bppi'litB. llial ureJ
(gaUag, bUIoiu turn, fit ( latiiei.
i .on. .lull ggdschtt snd uthor troiiki '
are ilur tu llicui In their llestlnrii;
lie sure In t n We
I In tin uauai t
1 iasstaU kboaa a
iquiil i if .,
STRIKERS USE AXE
IN SIEGE OP SHOP;
WOMEN IN PANIC
400 Tailors Try to Chop Way
Into Factory and Battle
IS MEN ARE CAPTURED.
A Thousand Rioters Invade As-
tor Place Shop Hunt for
etormed and eighteen arreeta were
lothlng manufarturlng nhop nt No. HI
Evergrsen svenue by a mob of WO fn n
lISB foreigners. A fire sxe, stnnee snd
clubs were used by the besiegers before
they were dispersed, and twenty cower
ing women in I ha factory were terri
fied Into hyeterlcs.
Ths striking tailors held a meeting In
I the Labor Lyceum on Wt'.lotiRhby
I gVBIIUO Just around the corner from
Anlrw Unrnagalsk' doming manu
' factory, which is In n narrow yard In
I the rear of a home nn Evergreen
avenue, near Wllloughhy. After the
meeting .i crent
shop In the rear
tisrrrd by a lour,
crowd, the majority
around to the tall Of
yard as by predeter
A nirrow alleyway,
gives onto the tailor-
Ing establishment In the rear yard; thia
tees carried by storm as the door was
: hurled from Its hinges.
I START TO CHOP THEIR WAY IN
I Then the mob rushed In s hard
j psrked mo through the alley and Into
I the small yard before tha two-story
j frame building whtrn housed ths non
union workers. A locked storm door
, before the entrance was smashed and
I aoms of tha strikers seised ths fire ase
hanging within th door and began to
shop down tb second door, the last
barrier between the mob and the work
ers within. There were thlrty-slx of
these, twenty of them women. Their
shrieks Bounded nbovs ths babel of
cries of the attackers.
Sergt. Dwan of ths Hamburg avenue
atatlon. Detenu v I'eter Thornton end
1 Po'lcsman carbsrry had seen the orowd
I sdvsnclng on th tailor shop and now
I rushed in. trying to beat their way to
1 the door. By the time they got there
,hru.. .'nna. uaih... ha a h..n te.'' mil
and ourslng strlksrs were striving to
! climb through the win-lows against the
rain of blows showered on them from
I The three policemen drew their revolv
: era snd threstened tn shiait. At this the
I van of the crowd began tn fall back
: from the front of the building. Capt.
Becker and twelve reserves arrived In
a patrol wagon Juet before a second
rush threatened to overwhelm the po
licemen. Klghteen men who were
caught between the reserves from the
etreet and the revolvers of the police
men In the yard were bundled Into the
wagon and taken to the Catea Avenue
Court. Herman Kalb of No. 413 Flush
ing avenue, who was one of the rioters,
hud to tic taken to the German Hos
pitsl to have cuts from broken glass on
hi arm sewed up.
1,000 STRIKERS STORM ASTOR
A crowd of nesrly 1,000 striking tail
ors. Sicilians and Calabrlana all of
them, and many of the women, gath
ered at P'ourth street and Bowsry to
day and marched to th attack upon
the big manufactory of the Washington
Company at No. I Astor plsce, Just
around the corner from Lafayette street.
If it wasn't go food, critical Nett
York wouldn't use go much.
White Ram CoffB,OaJy35t.. Pona '
HELP WANTED MALE.
Mill 1 ,1 ' t K - floor ami Iwtt-h Ibtmb i
m i ii- AildrsMi 4f1o i !! . Ab) Wiud r
tl., 'iln" funV ruin..
I.tt RI.NCr. Co Jan. '1. 1111.1. UAR
iABICT laAtlBBBCB. n.e Osusn.l, be
..... .ill's SI Thoniss llarl.ill.l
Ktinersl from iter lets resMsnee, 11 1
Pest UOlh a: sg Isn. 1 si .10 a. at, I
ihen.e lo the I'hurch o' Our I.adv ot
Used OlAIBSSli Nasi umn st. Intsrmsnt
B III. WMITKI.AW RKIIi. na DBS. 11. I
i.vadoBi In ihs 7 i. in rest o nls as.
Koneral serines In ths Caltoi'dral ot St
.L ou i be Uivilie on tistutdai. Jan t. et
II a -K. KilenJs snd suclsiiss lasltso
lo ItteBdi Cards of sBnilsslan mar t
nau SB apptlvatioo to sn tiros.-sner st
ins Csthsdrsl. Asiti.1im aad lilts
St. Intermeir. ,oi',aw
MO BXTRA ClUg'IK FOB IT.
ai".ai. ui. bis lal la o J swi ss sf
I SB) BBsSVK B.'"1" "" B I
! The rlaiaai rtrfkari T.d to believe
I that ftrllie-jreaker had taken the
Dlacee of tne tirihlkg operative In the
Flret the ldern of the tr.oh tr'.d 111
'l-"it ,in l..i(H) e- treot SlflBI en
raitri 10 the elevator that -irrv 10
I I ltd event;i floor where MM f.iotory Id,
The doora were lovhaff, Dlraoverlng
thl, :!.e rr.in-d Nfffaa around t?ie cor
nei and up lh wlndlnv IlklrWdr PtfOfl
:l'gh;a t the Uoor of th,- l"f: ITllaTd
j the Waehlngton OOTIDdgf h ll fkD
tory. The excited wnmen and ten
I wedard themielvr In the naffOOJ epa.'
I of the circular rtairway mill llM hal-
imtratea thrrntencil to give r. and
I drop halt their nu:ntir Into Ihr well.
1 STRIKERS FORCE THEIR WAY
PAST THE MANAGER.
When the heed or th" throng renched
i the door of the loft on the n.tti
floor ftenjiirriln Murk, the mnnnKcr uf
the en lablldbnltnt, met t cm nioI a
eured them thnt not a ulngle ODOfatlV
waa working In the factory. HI a
aurance went for nothlKK. and he
nn"y Jl"" ,hr" "f ,h' 'urrf
to set for thfi.Ml I-
The three who ha.l proved lth their
Inspection the absence of strtke-bt tak
ers came cut and tried to aa-ure the
j rest. Their volrra were drowned In the
! bsbel of .race and. though those at UB I
top of the stairs tried SO turn about
BBS desornd, others further down kep'
pushing upward. Mark-. In terror, sent
a csll for help to Police 1 leadqtiartrts I
and lh reserve of the Mer-. er s!re,t
station, carrying night etlck. wete
hurried around to the scene of the dis
order. EMPLOYERS EXPECTED TO CALL
1 A few policemen had pun he I up the
stalrway with the van of the crowd
! and these bogan to shove the crowd
' back and not gently. The rsgSfYSg on
I the Strati helped to shred the out
' pouring mob Into segments, but It yvus
almost an hour brfotr the last clamor
Ing striker was cleared from the
building. No arrests were made
The. fourth conference wlt.i the Cham
ber of Commerce bosrd of arbitration,
which Is endeavoring to Induce tne man
ufacturers and strikers to consent to lis i
services as mediator, was held this
afternoon Befoi. entering the . onfer-
. ence. BuffSflS S. Hen lamln. preatdent of
i the Nsw York Clothing Trade Assocla
' Hon, declared that within three days
tho employers would stop temporizing
wl'.h th era and t.iae aggrtrStve
stepa toward ending t he str.Kr
It was Inferred from Mr. BSnJatran B
sttltude that etrtikebreakera would he
used If ne essary. He declared the em
ployers hsv no Intention of meeting
the demsnds o! their former workers,
an I that In Justice to those who have
, remalned at work tney must nuke BVBry
effort to resume full operations
last longest in laundering hold sliapr.
Try them it will pay you. '1 ho
newest shape is the l'embroke, with
UNOCORD "SNAP-ON" MUTTON
HOLE, a for 251 )i siiei.
Pembreb. 2111. K.n.stt. 2 1 It in.
Ckathaaa. 2 in.
CEO. P. IDE CO.
Ale AfaAers of Urn SAirfs
TROY. N. Y.
W. L. DOUGLAS
3 53?&$4 Shoes
W. L. Douglas shoes
hold their shape, fit
botlcr n nd wear longer
tkgn any other mako
for tlu- ptice.
Stnros Is Gieat.s- Nlv fork :
w Jtassaa street
7.V. ftnlivsr. eor. Slh HI.
' VI I'.i ,.l . ... . eor. 14th Nt.
cull Btrosdwsy, cor, fim St.
1J.i lllos.l ws V . I iiiisn i.
I ejs ilJ ail. assr i a-..
i ufty IS a . ,., h-j l St.
' USrt 9,1 Aa' m l-.eJ. Kt. 11 K. i , K 1. 1 .V .l t.
77H Thba Aisiiu. 2l euiioa etrert.
S4f. Klshth Atenne. Ttw to ;io u.osdear.
I ea . l.ishtli Af., m. 4M. lain llruatlssr.
I M0 West 1th sown. ITS B'h A "i- till St.
I SJewsrk Ml BkisiI at WW lll l.ei
IWaESaSrY AT SOUND PBOriTl
Special for Friday, January 3d. Special i'or Saturday, January 4th.
ASSORTED CRYSTALLIZED CREAM OiOCOLATE COVERLl) CREOLE PEPPER
Italnlr llltle disss f mirest ereaiu, m, n i ream i enlrrs. with atrtklugli
crystallised, snd made la a delicious ieiiierinlnl flaeur. eotereil
IIKI-.I unlalat.le uorl nirilt ot B Tb,A lllh l.l. with oor nitre rlliM-- SB gV
" - ,,.-y,r,-M. ....X IvC "' " "'iv;-,;i,r';;,,,s: 1UC
SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
CHOCOLATE COVERED PEANUT ClUS- (iLACE FRUITS AND NUTS
TERS . Kleh, laat luus trull anil meals nnt of
-"'''Jiir 19C ygya:.' 29c
OFFERINGS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY"
MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED MARA- VERY HIGH GRADE CHOCOIATES OR
SOllrWTcHERRlES BONBONS AND CHOCOLATES
.....I...,. ,l teinnllllSle drllrlsaM All I be desirable iillBlllies of rher.
laiM-bius anil .IBasgISS" lulca iiiid lion .on.-ilell. iouelleae. hule-
tberrle. laWbBO Inalde a linen aiirn oi ..e.s and mirlls are In-
aais fainnlls I'remllim Milk QQa ' iiirunral.il In these siiiidirs A g
i... BL senerolla meaanre. I 1 Saf
(hocotate rot 99Wt l-lll Ml Hl.X VV
Teli Has . ( orllsnill and IBSth "' stars linen eiery ereoins iiulil tl 'clocb.
ark ssarai. sweisi -(1r).. , -,.in, P,,,,. niU n 0viuck.
S4 BARCLAY STREET
Cot. We! Broadwsy
SB CORTLANDT ST.
Cor Church Street
Park How tt Nassau Strce
At C itv Hell l'ri
Tb ss stf id welgbt la eaeb
J&tt Sc Co.
fl While our new depart
ments devoted tc
Women's Apparel Ifi
most complete, we are
more than eve: prepared
with the apparel for Infants
and Children for which we
are to justly noted.
j We BSk yctir attention to
our regular advertisement
appearing Ml another pago
of thla paper.
NFTH AVE. AtThlrly.flflhS;
To Realize $10,000
Junior iiinibr of thtw Ilifi-
Going Out of Rusimv
Kntlrt. f-shlnnabii ninrk mun
turtles'! I'''1' --' TffR'it
it-bp uf Cutit r Vnhit.
YOUR OiNLY CHANCE
In secure fsshtnnable gs-loenl-
t.r Women. .Xrsses'.
une- of th "Weller sisn
,lsrd" whose qlislltr o
wn,..v Is Blwayl reliable.
Butts. 1. 0,1.
ffe p. o. n.'s.
No l. v, n.f
TliU BI.-..OH tost 8. Oil
.Vfar teslsgtoa A is
144 Bowery. tSOSKm
KOBTH 0V OBABO bT- "I" btatiok
llp.B liira.nia tOI 7. Bslnrdar oolf Ull 10.
$35 Per Karat
But 'rem the diamond Price Cullers
'i .inted in Hlnss. nraaebr. I Val
UarBBl Srrf Tin. t.ar-.resi In faV'l.
in e.erv I SSS f iTSBll stile af alewelrv
tier made, all nl "it". BBC rarat. aflord
ina bii.iein ttie greatssl iiiiiinrtunlty ever
utiereil to otiluiu diaiiii,nd at orlree
l.etund I'unipelllten. An m-csllon of
Ibese diamond s lit ainnly reiT ro.
tlgin or .VdUiiaru Walch
-;, car ctsf, open Ucr. Won
crftil value. None o dealers,
Print S2.60 to S2S. Utility uuinntud
y.i atrtvint, an I ilituruigv
r .f. ale lTVtil.
WOKIsD WWT. U'OIIK WOlVDEJRt.
Cor Fulton St.
147 NASSAU STr
Bet Beekman Spruct i ta
2aa uv n.k stsetT
-na. .. eisukSal
fJ Jutt Esst of Slh Ave.
bBisis lac lades rbe