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(eorrurM. IwlS. tor The rm IN.Hialne
C. ITke New tk VYerlS).
MEW TORE, FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1913.
22 PAGES
8
PRICE ONE CENT.
STALLO COUNSEL
SCORES GEN. IVES
BEFORE SURROGATE
Metropolitan Trust and Presi
dent Accused of Fraud in
Handling Estate. .
ib
DEMA
NDS JURY TRIAL.
"JCourt Refuses to Let Trust
Company Sue Itself to
Test Own Honesty.
GIANTS WIN
AT HIW YORK
1 00200 0 0
BOSTON
0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Batterlee Teareau and Meyere; Jamee and Whaling.
- 3
0 - 1
FIVE DEAD
BROOKLYN WINS
AT PHILADELPHIA
3 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 - 6
PHILADELPHIA
0000 1 0000- 1
Batterlea-Stack and Fisehsr; Mayer and Kllllfar.
HIGHLANDERS LOSE
AT BOSTON
I IRtT GAME.
0 0 0 0 1
' Ren. Brayton Ives, formar president of
1 Be Metropolitan Truat Company, waa
orad by counsel for Laura McDonald
, BtaBo, granddaughter of tha lata Stand
' ard OH mMKonalra, Alexander McDon
ald, whom tha hatraaaTa application for
tha removal of the truat company aa ad-
mlnletrator of her grandfather's aatata
came up before Surrogate Cohalan to
day. Tha lawyer, Nash Rockwood, de
nounced tha haadllnf of tha McDonald
eta as a htotory of bad faith, fraud
and Indefensible dlletorlncss.
"Thla ia an action for conversion,
shouted jr. Rockwood, opposing a mo
tion of tha Metropolitan' attorney, John
O. Milburn, that would moan further
Malay, 'Involving an Illegal and fraudu
lent oonsplracy to deprive these young
women of tha securities. The action
ahuuld be trlrd before a Jury on a
charge of fraud, conaplracy and cob
varalon. g"It la not a question of an accounting.
We cannot agree to a alngla atatement
mad on o half of tha trust company;
we cannot agree that Ives ever acted
bona fide at that he waa avar anything
bat a grasping crook, participating In a
conaplracy xoA eeeklng to gat all he
could from these young girl. A apad
muet be called a spade." 1
Tha petition of Mies Stallo charge
that ah and her alitor, who was re
cently married to Prlnca Michel Cbarlea
Alma Joachim Napoleon Murat, have
Ion mora than U, 000, 000 through tha m la
management of the estate, to which
they were the aole heir, being tha only
next of kin of McDonald, who died In
testate. It charges particularly that
railroad securities given to the Metro
politan. Trust Company aa collateral for
a note for ?.70f,ot have been aold at
much laaa than their real value..
Attorney Milburn defended tha sale
of tha securities One blook consisted
f 1,00 shares of Standard Oil Com
pany and thla waa aold ahortly after
tha dissolution of tha monopoly was
ordered by the United States Supreme
Court, aa It waa deemed unwise to hold
It l on iter. Ha denied that it had been
aold at private sale and before tha
renewal time on the note arrived.
During Mr. MDburn's argument It
came out that Oen. Ivea now has a sec
tion of another blook of stock, part of
the McDonald note collateral. Ivea
claims that tha stock la his. said Mr.
Milburn, and that whether tras t ao can
only ba determined by a suit brought
by tb truat company.
Surrogate Cohalan declared that soma
disinterested body ehould bring the suit.
"I nnot conceive of the Metropolitan
Treat Company prosecuting tha action
honestly. " he said. "I can't conceive
how a Metropolitan Company can con
tinue as administrator under tha circum
stances, and I won't be a party to euch
a thing."
The Surrogate gave Mr. Milburn until
July I to file affidavits
BELMONTRESULTS.
nmST BAOB Bea OabeU, SO 1,
S to 1 and oat, Sretl Batlve Maid, S to
1 ass. oat, eeeoadi Windrow, oat foe
enow, third. Tims mot takes.
BOOSTS BAOB Deduetioa, S to 1
aaa I to a. Sreti nutoorat, S to 1 fea
plane, second! Blnar, third. Be Mas
taken.
TBXBB BA OB, Bock Abbey, S to B,
Orati O'Bear seooad. Only two start
ers. Be time taken.
BOVBTB BAOB Footlights, S to 1
and S to S, tret; Bespeak, oat for piece,
second; Captain Matlock third. Be
o
BOSTON
o -
ON BURNING
SHIP IN BAY
Seven Badly Injured When
Standard Oil Steamer
Mohawk Explodes.
AMERICAN ACTRESS
FOR WHOM RIVAL
LOVERS FOUGHT DUEL.
1 0 2 0 7 0 0 0
Batteries Keating and Hweeney; Leonard and Carrtgan.
HIGHLANDERS
SECOND OA MB.
0 0 0 2 0 0 0
BOSTON
1 o o l o n
o o
o o
.3
10
n
Battoiiae Flahar aad Sweeney; Bedtent and Nuunnmnker.
f!
ISHER ON RUBBER
FOR HIGHLANDERS
AGAINST
BOSTON
World's Champions Easily
Win First Gatie of
Double-Header.
FIRST GAME.
HIGHLANDERS.
K. H. PO. A
Daniels, rf 12)0.
Wolter, cf 0 0 2 0
Crew, If 0 12 0
Sweeney, c 0 0 I
Gossett, c 0 0 10
Hawaii, 3b 0 0 0 2
PeckJnpamh, M. 0 I I 1
Bo lion, lb 0 0 I 0
Mldkiff, 2b 0 0 12
Keating, p 0 0 0 I
Caldwell, p 0 0 0 0
Totals I 4 24 t
BOSTON.
R. H. PO. A.
GIANTS CAPTURE
ANOTHER GAME
FROM THE BRAVES
Combination of Hits and Mis
plays Give Home Team
Winning Runs.
CREW PENNED BY BLAZE.
Breeches Buoy Rigged From
Tugs for Rescue From
Burning Hulk.
Burnt, If
Sbsfer, 3b ...
Fletcher, aa. . .
Doyle, 2b
Morale, lb....
iV.WJI.t7, ......
Mayan,
Snodgraas, cf .
reareau, p...
Totals
GIANTS.
R. H. PO. A. E.
1
2
2
0
2
1
2
3
I
2
0
3
1
1
0
2
6
I
8
2
7
0
mm BAOB Bl Bart, 4 to t, artrtl
Bale, oat for pises, Seconal
third.
Shall, even and S
to s. Strati Calvert, t to S fat pines.
Hooper, rf.,.,,.,
Yerkaa, 2b
Speaker, cf
Lawtt, If
Gardner. 3k
Engle, lb
Ball, to
Carrlgan, a.
Leonard, p
Totals
Baaa Hit Off Keating, II In I In
nings; off Caldwell, 1 In I Innings.
First Bane on Balls Oft Keating I,
off Caldwell 1, off Leonard 1. Struck
Out -Br Keating I, by Caldwell 1, by
Leonard 7. Three-Base Hits Speaker.
Two-Bane Kite Carrlgan, Yerkea.
Daniels I, Cre. Stolon Bass Daniel.
Wild Pitch Leonard 1. Umpires
Messrs. Hart and Dlneen. Attend sue
10,000.
10 IS 27 10 4
1
0
0
I
I
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
2
I
0
I
0
0
1
I
I
Q
7 27
BOSTON.
R. H. PO. A. B
2 3
I 13
0
0
0
0
I
0
0
0
b
0
0
I
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
4
0
0
7
0
I
0
1
1
0
0
SECOND GAME.
THE BATTING ORDER.
New York.
Daniels, rf.
Woltsr, cf.
Crae, at.
Sweeney, r.
Hartaell, 3b.
Peeklnnaugh, aa.
Barton, lb.
Mldkiff. lb.
Fisher, p.
Umplrea Dlneen
Bo ton.
Hooper, rf.
York, lb.
Speaker, cf.
Lewis, If.
Osrdner, lb.
Engle. lb.
Ball. aa.
Nunnamaker, c.
Redlent, p.
and Hart.
(SpeeUl to The Crests- World.)
BOSTON. Jun Ray Flahar waa
seal against tha Boston In the second
a to-day. Opposed to Mm la Be-
Ms ran villa, aa...
Myers, lb
Connolly, If
Smith, 2b
Tints, rf
McDonald, 3b...
Mann, cf
Whaling, e
Raridcn, c
Jamas, p
Seymour
Collin
Totals
Seymour batted for Whaling In the
eighth.
Collin ran for Seymour In tha eighth.
SUMMARY.
First Rase on Halls ' iff Tesraau 1.
Struck Out By Teareau 7; by James
1. Two-Base Hit Titus. Sacrifice
Hit Myer. Sacrifice Fly- Whaling.
Stolen Banea Burns, McDonald.
Doubls I'lays Doyla and Shafsr, Mar-
anvllle and Myers, Fletcher and Merkle,
Doyle and Merkla. Umplrea Meaara.
Klem and Urth.
Fire men were killed and seven
wars Injured whan thouaanda of
gallons of oil exploded In the tank
steamer Mohawk, lying off Tompklna
vtila, Btaten Island, 1st this after
noon. The vessel Is under charter of
the Standard Oil Company and Is one
of tits greet fleet at ''tankers" that
carry the Trust's product to sll parts
Sf the ssyeUB enjeal mj-'
Observers on shore heard a rumbling
sound. The rear hatches of the tank
stssrnsr, whkm waa apparently fully
laden with oil, flew a hundred feet Into
the air, aa though from soma terrific
espies! on. and flames and dense smoke
Bourn ed up from th batches and com
panion ways
A city firs -inat. the Merrltt-Chapman
Wracking Company "a wracking tug,
'The Wrecker" and a small fleet of
tugs stood by, tha tuga abandoning
thalr tows to put out at full speed for
the biasing steamer.
Tha Mohawk apparently carried a
craw of eO to uO man, who seemed to be
making a 'laaperate, but Inoffectuald at
tempt to fight the rtsmea. Tha oil fad
Are, however, eoon raked lha ahlp from
stem to item, sending up Immense vol
umes of acrid smoke.
Within naif an hour after the ex
plosion first ahook the Mohawk, hr
craw had been driven forward until they
were huddled In the very bow of the
boat, unable to lower thalr oen boat.
To those on shore it teemed for a
time that all the men on tha Mohawk
ware dooms dto death, either from Are
or explosion, and hurry calla were sent
to all hospital on Btaten laland, many
ambulances and physlclana being eum
moned. They llnd up on shore and
rigged up an emergency hoapltaL
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JO Bk
Hkl
BBsaBsaV. 'ssaaaaaBsf
-h-: . MwnsuajeaM4ekvw
PASTOR ON STAND
ADMITS HE ASKED
GIRL FOR A KISS
i
"But It Was a Silly Thing to
Do," Says MacRorie
j.t Hearing.
NEVER WRONGED GIRL
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
AT ST. LOUIS.
PITTSBURGH
0 2 0 0 0
ST. LOUIS
0 0 0 0 0
Batteries Adams and Coleman;
Burke and Wlngo.
0 0 0 0 0
I 8 24 14
(Special to The Kraaln World.)
POUO GROUNDS, June I7.-Wltn only
one game to fight out thla afternoon,
the affair between the Brave, and tha
Giants seems like a half holiday. The
crowd also took It that way apparently,
and not mor than six thousand of tha
faithful came out to witness th festivi
ties Jamea Oaffney, to further convince u
that ba Is neither alck or dying, oc
cupied a boa next to the Boston bench.
The weather was Intensely hot and
coata were abad profusely.
Jeff Teareau took up the pitching
burden for the Otsnts and expressed
AT CINCINNATI. ILjl
CHICAGO
0 0 1 0 0
CINCINNATI
4 0 0 0 0 "
Dsttert Smith and Bremansn. Ban
ton and Clark.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
AT WASHINGTON.
riSST OaUB
PHILADELPHIA
0000000000
Washington
10010000 2
Batterle Bruwn and Lapp; Johnaon
and Atnsworth.
BKCUND QUMB.
PH1LADELPHIA-
2 S 0
WASHINGTON
4 0 0
Batterie lluuck and Mcliai.g, Hughe
and Henry. ,
The Cunard liner HaereUirla arrived
to-day frog) , BwthanDMv Bee mad
the long southerly ooure7 and despite
bead winds and fee floJihed at the
tight Ship as fqsir days, SI hours aad
minutes
Call Kane. an. actress. nd Mrs. P. L.
Harden, wife of a Naw York publlshsr.
were among 'the pangrs. In Psrls
th two women were lnparabl. Mrs
Harden told a story dn her friend. The
actress, It seemed, had a host of ad
mirers The two moat favored were a
ahort and fat Journalist, named Jaoquaa
Ledoux, and Henri Vareel. a neat and
proper gentleman of leisure and mesne.
One day the Journalist was leaving
after a call when he bumped Into ble
rival lust coming In. Blood could alone
atone tor the bump. Cards were ex-rhniia-ad.
Coffee, rapier, seconds and
doctors were arranged tor. Miss Kane
was excited.
"Aren't you going to try and prevent
the duelf" exclaimed her friend.
"No," responded the American girl
tot them fight.''
What was more, tha two women went
to sie the duel, which waa pulled off In
the grey uf tn dwn- From lha first
Aash of the rapier It looked to th girls
like a fake. The men were evidently
afraid of each other. The girls tee hee'd
in then hldlna place.
Then aulte by accident M. Vareel
jabbed the fat Journalist In the arm.
The blood aquirted and Varael picked
up hi coat, quite scared and prepared
for flight Mlee Kan, who waa really
fond of Ledoux, ruahed forward and
caugtot hold of th bleeding arm. The
wounded man looked Into her eyea
and began to ory.
Tboae teare ahattered all tha ro
mance In the heart of tba fair ac
tress. Bha dropped the wounded arm,
and aha and Mrs Harden Aed from
tha woods. Often the journalist called
after that, but never again did he aee
bta Inamorata. Bha waa alwaya "out.'
Jersey Clergyman Says He
Was Dazed When He
Signed Confession.
Bev. Willis S. MacRorie. pastor of the
Utile Mountain Methodist Bp 1 sco pal
Church at Martinsville. N. J., to-day
took the stand In bla own defenae In
the trial before Judge Connolly and
jury at Elisabeth, N. J, on the a barge
of misconduct with nineteen-rear-eld
Kdltb Nelson, formerly a member of Bla
choir. .
After a long debate counsel for the
defenae decided to take a chance and
send MacRorie to the etnas. There
was a quick atlr of interest la the
a the curly-hatred
WOMAN
NURSE SLAIN.
COUSIN KILLS
IN HOSPITAL
Secret Feud Between Pair Ends
Double Tragedy Near 200 Pa-
x a. TAsT t 0B
uc ins a i monicnorc nomc,
Bedford Hills.
''
as-
Sjji
AT DETROIT.
ST. LOUIS
0 0 0 3
DETROIT
0 0 0 1
AT CHlCACO.
CLEVELAND
I 0 0 0 K
CHICAGO
STOCKHOLDERS BEGIN
FIGHT AGAINST MELLEN.
The fata of President C. 8. Mellen and
the tangled affaire of the New Haven
Railroad ware ths subject of a conference
this afternoon between a special com
mittee of New Haven directors and the
committee of New Kngland etockholdsra
handed by Qeorge von Longarke Meyer,
former Hecretary of the Navy. They
mrt In the Orand Central Button office
of the company.
As the faction now atand the moat
Important banking Interest of Boln.
hesded by Kidder. Feahody A Co.. are
hacking tha Meyer committee, while
the Morgan bamklnx Intercut of New
York are supporting the Mellen party.
There is a third group, which has not
taken aldee with rlthsr faction.
Theodore N Vail, prealdeni of the
American Telephone and Telegraph
Company, anl one of the New Haven
directors, wux exited to-day what the
dlrectora Intended doing. He replied:
"Nothing has yet bean determined. No
nne oan lesl what will ba tha outcome.
Affairs aspese 1 I" state of
chaos. But 1 am confident that a sat
isfactory solution will be worked out
and that some beneActal plan will be
evolved. What that plaa will be ao
hrtefxlr
Attorney Oebberdt Brat
minister hta age. thirty-seven years.
and occupation and than drew an env
paatle denial of the oliarge. The de
fense proceeded to try to build up a
complete alibi for every hour of Nov.
II. the last data specified In the Indict
ment a th day en whteh MaoJtorts
mlobehaved with the girl. I
PA0TOR RIMlMBtRtD CVIRV
MINUTI Of THI DAY.
MacRorl. with a glib memory for
every detail of that day'e happening!,
described his complete routln from th
Urn he arose early In the morning un
til he retired with hie wife that night
Ae related by him, there was no moment
left und escribed during which he and the
girl could have met unobserved. Attor
ney Oebberdt then read th conreealon
of mlabahavlor with th girl. MacRorl
Identified the signature, but declared he
had no recollection of slgnlns a docu
ment containing euch aeaertlons.
"How did you corns to sign this docu
ment?" asked OebbardL
"My only explanation la thla.'
MarHorla. "It msy sound silly to
others, but It Is not silly to me- t was
confronted with the statement that the
girl had signed a eworn accueatloa
against me. My wholo career, my
life's work, my wife and family were
at stake. 1 was overwhelmed and
crushed by the accusation. I did not
know whleh way to turn.
"Boms one laid a paper In front of
me aad urged me to sign It. I was tn a
dsse. My mind would not work. I was
paralysed with the horror of It all. I
had given my life to my profession, and
here I eleod, an Innocent man, appar
aatly branded by tha falee etatements
of a girl I had been so kind to. In my
despair I did not know wbat 1 was
doing or what I waa algnlng my name
to."
PROMdCUTOR BEGINS A MERCI
LESS GRILLING.
MacRorl was then turned over to
Prosecutor Stein, who prepsred almoal
joyfully for a long, grilling cro-xam-Inntlon.
Tha young mlnleter stood his'
ground well, but the ordeal brought new
life Into MS thin, sharp fee and kept
htm incessantly mopping hla brow.
MacRorie was quaatlonad about hie
latter to the girl, th one particularly
In which ha aaked her to "Meet m at
iieekman' Wood and we will bsvs a
big Urn "
Thl he explained by esylng Book
man'a Wo t waa at tha top of a hill
leading from Martlnavllle to the Nel
son girl's borne. He wanted to give
her a lift 1 hla rainahackly old auto
mobile, which hardly could ollmb the
hill, eo he asked her to meet him at
the top of It The "big time" part of
the letter, be said, referred to a church
festival ihst waa set for the night the
Nslson girl would get home on this
visit.
"How atout tha letter In which you
(Continued on Socond Page.)
$1 2 Men's Blue Serge Sui t s,$5.95
The "BTVB" Clothing Corner. Broad
way, ear. l.arrlny Hi . npp. new Wool
worth Bids'., will ll to-day and Satur
day i. ooo Men's Blue serge Suits, ail ooi.
fast color eunrnnteed; mho Worsted
and heviou. in pencil stripes, grsys,
browns, black and mixtures, all slaae It
to 14; worth tiz In any other store, our
epeclal price to-day and Saturday
VICTIM WAKES TO FLEE,
IS SHOT THROUGH HEARJJ
Rosalie Roque Turns Automatic Rf
volver on Herself and Palls Dead;
Over Miss Lacey's Body.
i . . i
Thd non-swarincs for duty todav of Rosalie Roaue sod
Lacey, nurses In the Monteflore rfcme for Chronic Irwaflds it
Hills, Westcheslor County, led to an Investigation which dMasjd
both women were dead in Miss Lacey's room, over the laundry in a mm
of the main, hospital building. An inquest held by Coroner Masoa ejf ;
Peekskill established that Miss Roque went from her own room to Mt S
Lacey's room, across the hall, early last night, shot art killed Miss Lett
and then shot herself. The women were French Cartfediaiu fiats
Oswego, N. Y., and are said to have been cousins.
tJddtwTl
B. ep . BBS
HEAVY BATTING
WINS FOR DODGERS
AGAINSTJILLIES
Brooklyn Get Four Two-Baggers
in First Inning Stack
Very Effective.
Moran, rf .
Curthsw, 2b.
Stengel, cf . .
Wheat. If. . .
Deubert, lb.
Smith. Jb. ..
Hummel, as .
Fischer, e...
Stack, p
BROOKLYN.
ft H. PO.
.... I
Totals.
0 IS 27
Psskert, cf....
Miller, If
Luderus, lb...
Lobort, 3b
Magse. If
Becker, rf.,cf.
Knsbs, 2b
Doolsn, as
Killifsr, c
Mayer, p
Brennan, p
Totals
PHILADELPHIA.
ft. H. PO.
0 0 2
0 0 I
0 1 10
0 I 4
0 0 0
0 0 2
0 0 0
0 0 2
1 i e
0 0 0
0 0 0
A.
0
I
I
A.
E.
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
sj I
-rr
I 1 27 IS I
SUMMARY.
Rasa Hlta Off Mayer 7 In I lnnlnga;
off Urennan 11 In lnnlnga. Klrat I lass
on Balls -Off Htack 4. Struck Out By
btack 6; by Maysr 1. by llrennaa 1.
Two-Hase Hlta Moran. Wheat, Dau
bert () Smith (1) Flx-her. Stengel.
KUlifer, Robert. Hscrlflce lilt Uren
nan. Hai-rlfli-e Fly l'akrt. 8toln
Rases Hmlth, Backer, Cutshaw. I'm
plrss Mssars. Rlgler and Byron.
mpaUl to Tbl BreElnj World.)
PIIIlJtDIOLI'HIA, June 37 Enthused
over their double victory here yester-
kkeUsMrvlT
wk
Th motive that InaptreS the
waa aot dtncleeeS at the I
yeotenlay evening Mia
regiatered letter to her mother.
wiuiam Laeey, Mo. H Weet
treat. Oswego. The young i
contemplates gwtag to Oewege
vacation next month aad II Is
that tha latter bears Information
win reveal the eauss of
aad suicide.
MURDER APSSRARB TO M
IBM ORLIRRRATR.
from th testimony taken at
queet and the circumstance a
the tragedy It appears that tba
waa deliberately planned. The Pg
volver eaed by Mies Boqae was mm
and of the deadly automatfe paisSStn
A boa of cartridges was foe M la Bet
trunk. The position of MJaA L
body Indicates that ehe waa Shot
trying to eseape from the room.
Mlas Laser was employed, la tha
ford Mills M on taOor Heme, whleh
for tuberculoma patients, on
last- 8he waa eeat to the hospital
tha employment bureau of
OTonnor Irwin at Bkrvesth street
Hlxth avenue, this elty. Her
tncy waa eoon eetabllehed and aba
made head day nuree on the male
IHMltlon sh bald until bar death.
When ah bsd been at work I
weeks aha asked that her cousin.
II Roque. be employed. Dr. L.
berg, the eupertntaoAent, agreed to
a position to Mlas Roaue. who had. a
nurse' certificate, and she hsiaiajj B
night nuree In the hospital.
Hospital amployee told the CoaegeBf
to-day that Mis Roque appeared toeaV
en le a dominating Influence over Basil
i.acey. t n tatter would not do
thing without the approval of bar
in. Th two young women karat IB
thmlv and were known as Bjfs
"mytry nursea." They had adJoia4BB)
rooms In a section of the laundry wis
davutca to th os of the nurasA ,
About three weeks ago there aross
bitter disagreement between Mlas
and Mlas Lacy. On on occasion
Roqu (lapped Mlas Lacey's face,
young women quarrelled whenever
met awl thought themselves alone.
other nurses and the members at she
medloal ataft did not Interfere beoeuee
the ooualne had not Invited eoaMeaasB
and their work as aureee was not liters
fared with by their personal dlsaaOsVT
raents '
KILLED AB BHI THIIO TO RtfM
PROM ROOM.
Both young woman went to their roneaS
after dinner last night. Ml. Ucy WA
uff for tht day and Ml Roqu was net
to go' on duty until midnight.
they reached their room they
alone on the second flour. Ever
alee In the hospital as on the
from tba
a,
B
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