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PRICE ONE CENT.
Son of Broomstick Runs Mile
and Quarter in 2.00
LAHORE GETS THE PLACE
Ten Thousand Turf Patrons!
See Running of the Classic
Trad Malholland. a
1 to ft, Brail Kokle, a to 1 for
I HMMMfi third. Time,
BELMONT PARK. June II. In
winning the Suburban Handicap horo
thla afternoon, Harry Payna Whitney's
wnlaw. Broom II amaahod avory raoord
from a tlma atandpolnt arar mada on
tha racetrack by covering the dlatance
In two mlnutaa flat.
no world'i record up to to-day. bold
jointly by Broomitlck, tire of to-day's
wlnnor, and Olambala, waa 1.02 44. But
neither ot these old raoord holders car
ried IM pounds the heaviest ever as
signed to a horse In a race Ilka tha
Suburban Olambala carried 123 pounds
and Broomstick 1M pounds.
The flnlab of the Buburban la thirty
Tarda beyond the regular fln:sh Una,
and some thought Timer Barrett mada
a mistake In limine Whlak Broom at
tha regular flnlah. In fact, several
timers caught Whlak Broom at tha real
finish in 2.08 j-j.
Th performance of Whlak Broom
was tha moat remarkable aver seen on
a raoa track. Tha crowd readily ap
preciated, for when Joe .-otter guided
tha winner book to tha Judges stand,
all handa rose and applauded loud and
Ion. The band tot on the Job In a
jiffy and played "Hall to the Chief."
ft haa been many a da since such
scenes and anthualaom have been un
acted on a race couraa in this country.
The revoe wis ihre long In he memory
of am who n-hrre lucky enough to see M.
Whisk Broom, even with his heary ta
pes, followed Ms stable mate, the lightly
niss.li I ill Nightstick's, faat pace to tha
stretch, loading the second division about
foar lengtha took. Whan Nottar da
ctded to move up aa the etretoh turn waa
netted Nlghutiok retired and put the
solely up to tha big favorite.
Whlak Broom proved himself more
than equal to the taak. Ha jumped
riskt to the front and waa never
oausrht. In tha general cloalng up In
the stretch Lahore moved up to "the
bit boras' s" aaddle girths and for the
flggllnn of a eeeond looked to be catch
laa him. Tha cry went up "Whisk
aaouro la hasten." but he wasn't.
Hotter hit him one crack with the
wtosp and away came the big chestnut.
Mooter then hand rode to the flnlah and,
af. ths end waa a length In front of
Leanore and going away. Ths latter
had Mttla or no contention. Meridian
betn beaten off.
Timer Barrett inaurta ha made no mla
LaJs In Che timing. He a old Whisk
Broom did the last half in o.at.
liar throe-year-olda and upward:
ajMafl; oue mile and a sixteenth. Pred
mUOMimnd. 107 (Butwall), I to I, 1 to 2
asm eut, first Hlokle, 1U (Davlea). I to
1, t Is 1 nd cut, second. Monocaoy, II
ft. Campbell). I to a, 1 to I and out.
third. Time. l.eVJ-t. Judge Walssr, Ul,
Tactile. 101, also ran.
ltulhollanti won ths first race
Butwall rode him patiently la
third place until tha atratch
iSHllrT" Meanwhile Sickle had Bona
out after the first sixteenth and set a
killing pa finning to ths etretoh, bs
IN THE SUBURBAN
own mAom atJjfcwtj
1 as area, ami Mia Majsety, to
far pleas, swswsml Tutn Mottoes,
HUt. TIM Ml .
to 1. first i Asrlagtoa, Ml fot pleoe,
NmMi rtptag Hot, third, rm, um.
VOVBTK MACS likirtu oTtMlta
-WIK Broom, a to MM eat, ami
tabtta. to fot uee, aaaaiti ani.
dtaa, tunrd. Tlao.am.tot. Breaks ell
nm baob tveift, miaii
to a. HM Mill oooa for ptaes,
mmU: too writ teat, third. Ttau,
toMi Daagare, a to 1 ttkm, BsWsaml
totea third. Time, LOT,
bmUi 1MI. to The
Ce. (The Mew Teem
IT row TOM
O 1 o
00 1 300
Betterlee-Demaree and Meyers; Dickson
PIABT 0AM B.
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
-Rhfon and flockor; Moor and Kllllfec
Second cam called on account of rain.
FIH IT OA Ml.
11 0 0
2 0 0 0
0 0 0
-McConnell and Swoon ar; Colllna and Carrlgan.
ICOND OA Ml.
0 4 1 0 g
0 0 0
s o o
Batteries: Botrulti ana Ooaaott
McGraw's Men Slug Ball for
Eight Runs in Lucky
R H.PO. A. e.
Burns, If 2 10 10
Sharer, 3b 2 3 2 0 0
Fletcher, ss I 0 0 4 0
Doyle. 2b 1 2 4 2 0
Merkle, lb 1 1 7 0 0
Murray, rf 2 4 5 0 0
Meyers, c I 2 0 I I
Snodgrass. cf 0 0 0 0 1
Demsree, p 0 0 0 0 0
Marquard, p. . . . 0 0 0 0 0
McLormick 0 0 0 0 0
rrimfne, p 0 0 0 0 0
Crsndal.p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 10 13 27 8 2
MoCormlck batted for Marquard In
K. H.PO. A. E
Msrtnvllls, it... 12 3 10
Connolly, U 1 2 1 0 I
McDonald. 3b... 1 2 2 4 1
Smith, 2b 1112 0
Tirua. rf 1110 0
Myers, lb 1 3 1 1
Mann, cl 2 2 2 0 0
Ksriden. c. 1 2 4 2 0
Dickson, p 0 0 12 0
Noyes, p 0 0 0 0 0
Seymour 0 0 0 0 0
Sweeney 0 10 0 0
Colllna 0 0 0 0 0
Totala 0 10 24 12 3
Seymour batted for Noyes In the Ith.
Swecnsy baited for Smith In the ninth.
Collins ran for Sweeney in Ith.
lias Hits Oft Demaree, I In 2 Innings:
oft Marquard, 2 In 6 Innings off Fromme,
1 1 off Dickson, 12 in 7 Innings: off
Noyes In 1 Inning. First Base on Balls
- (iff Demaree, 0: off Marquard. " ff
Kiumi efl 0 ; off Dickson, 1. Struck Oat
By Demaree, 1 ; by Marquard, 4 . uy
Kiununu, 1 : 'by Dickson, I ; by Noyee, 1.
Three-Base Hits Merkle. Shafer. Mc
Donald. Two-Bass Hits Connolly, Mur
ray, Bums (2). Sharer. Doyle. Maran-
vllle. Sacrifice Fly McDonald. Stolen
Baaee Myera, Karldan. Doyle. Double
playe Karldan to McDonald to Smith to
(ftperiel to The Etenbis World.)
PODO (NtOUuMDtl. NEW YORK. June
21 A halt holiday and fins baseball
weather brought out a crowd of 20.000
to witness tha last gams of ths series
between the Boston Braves and the
Ol ants. Ths CM ants wars anxious to
win this gams, aa thsy go to Philadel
phia Monday, and If Brooklyn should
win their doable header to-day la Phil-
" CiremUUtm Book Open to AD."
'0 23- 9
2 - 9
RED SOX DEFEAT
Sxhulz Goes in Box to Stop
the Bostons in the
R. H.PO. A. E.
Daniels, rf 2 2 2 0 1
Woltar.cf 12 2 10
Cree, If 2 2 3 0 0
Sweeney, e 0 2 3 1 0
Hartrsll, 2b 0 1 3 I ' 1
Peckinptugh, aa. 0 I 3 4 0
Borton, lb 0 I 2 0
Midkiff.3b 0 I 0 I 0
McConnell, p.... 0 0 0 0 0
warhop, p 0 0 0 0 I
Gotten 110 0 0
Totals 13 24 10 3
Oosaett batted for Warhop in Ith.
0 13 17
Baaa Hits Off McConnell, I In one
Inning; off Warhop, I In three Innings.
First Base on Balls Oft McConnell. 1.
off Warhop. 1; off Collins. I. Struck Out
-By Warhop, 2: by Collins, 1 Three-
Base Hits Carrlgan. Daniels. Two-Base
Hlts-SpeaJcer. Sweeney. Walter. Sacri
fice Hit Yerkee. Sacrifice Fly Terkea.
Stolen Bases dweeney, Speaker, Cree
(2). Double Play-Ball and Engl a. Hit
by Pitcher Ball. Umpires Messrs. Hart
and Dlaeen. Attendance 20,000.
THE BATTING ORDER.
N 11 my maker, q.
Umpires Dsn. n and Hart.
BOSTON, June 17 The Highlanders
tha Bed Box In m
TORI, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1918.
IN STORE JAMMED BY FIREMEN AT BLAZE
CANT GET BODIES
OUT OF WRECKAGE
IN BLOWN UP SHIP
Must Pump Out Hold Before
They Can Be Reached,
THINK HULL IS PIERCED.
Water in Mohawk's Hold
Keeps Its Level Despite
that it would
be impossible for there to recover the
bowl so of the men killed In the explo
sion aboard the Standard Oil tank
steamer Mohawk off Tomllnavllle,
ataten Island, rsstsrdey. The remalna
f the victims are so tangled up with
the wreckage in the engine room that
the divers could not reach them, al
though three eorpses vera visible.
Tha report of the dlvera brought
orders that the Mohawk, which had
been tying partially submerged about
MOO feet off shore, should be pumped
eat Coroner William Jackson waa
notified and made preparations to bs
aboard the Mohawk when the bodies
are taken eut
Falling to make headway with the
pumps. It was decided this afternoon
that noma of tha veeeel'a plates had
been blown outward by the explosion.
It was arranged to send a diver down
at slack tide to And the opening In the
hull and report on Its poaslbta repair.
It la believed that the bodies of flvs
man will be found In the wreckage. One
of the Injured In Smith Infirmary has
only a alight chance of recovery- The
condition of the others is favorable.
When tha bodies have been removed
the Mohawk will be towed to Atlantic
Basin for repairs.
Ths oauae of ths explosion baa not
bean determined. The tanks for trans
porting oil were empty, and It was
only ths fuel supply trial blew up. A
report that a meohenic's olgaretts ig
nited ths gases in ths hold and caused
tha tragedy will be Investigated.
The explosion occurred amidships and
waa Immediately followed by nre.
whlea shot In a long stream through a
gaping hole la the aids of the Mo
hawk, Aboard nor at the time of the
catastrophe were the crew of twenty
Ave and a squad of mechanics and their
helpers about fifty men all told.
Those known to be missing are:
DONOHUK. EDWARD. pips fitter.
Ho. eM Henry street. Brooklyn.
DONOVAN. JOHN, helper. No. 171 Van
Brunt street Brooklyn.
KBAMJCB. 1 . machlnlat address un
LA Ft KIN, , holler maker, address
FOURTH BNOrNBBB of steamship.
BDMORE7N. UU8TAV. pips fitter, No
B Dejblgren place. Brooklyn, fraotursd
skull, taken to Smith Infirmary
OANTE. JOHN, machinist, of No. II
Bast Second street, Manhattan, burns
treated by surgeons on pier and sent
LBPBIC, PHILIP, member of crew
bums; Smith Infirmary.
PAYNE, PERCY, machinist of No. Mb
Woodland avenue. Woodhsven, U L
burns, treated by surgeons of St.
Vincent's Hospital and ssnt home
VANDEUiUKF, third engineer, burned
about faoe and body; remained at Ms
post on board, lefualng to be taken
WE1SSMANN. HERMAN, member of
crew, fractured skull; St. Vincents
The Mohawk Is one of the stest bum
tanks which ths Standard Oil sands to
all quarters of ths globe with its prod
ucts La don with crude oil from Texas
walls, tse vassal to
dan ago and bad
had come In here a few
Sister-in-Law Named in $50,
000 Alienation Action Says
Foes Strike Through Her.
FORCES ALLIES' HAND.
Mrs. Halleran Sayf Her Di
vorce Move Spoiled Cam
paign Plin of Dei
M6fs--detefle af what
dent Maurice Cesnolly of Queens baa
termed a political plot designed by the
adherents of his opponent Joseph Cas-
eldy, to ruin him wore revealed to-day
by Mrs. A. O. Halleran, sleter-ln-law
of Connolly, wfeose husband has
brought a suit for BCOOO for aliena
tion of his wife's affections against
Connolly. Mrs. Halleran deolared ghat
har brothsr-in-iaiw and herself had pr
cbDlteted ths publicity of ths Ha
Israns' private affairs and not Hal
leran and tha Oasaldy allies, ss had
"They .nsant to keep this thing dark
until the primaries," said Mrs. Halleran.
"We forestalled them and forced them
out into the open when I started a dl
vorcb action against my husband. Ths
papers are drawn now and we are wait'
ing to serve them, because we csa't
And Mr. Halleran The whole move le
political plot la which my husband
Intend sd to use me aa a tool to ruin my
brother-in-law. but be mada threats so
long ago that wa were forewarned and
DECLARE LIFE WITH HALLE".
AN IB IMPOSSIBLE.
Mrs. Halleran is with her sister sad
her brother-in-law at the Connolly aum
rrver home in Babylon, L I. SUe talked
freely there to-day of her difficulties
wtlh her husband, though she regretted
that her affairs hud t ;en :orced Into
pi bite notice.
Life with Mr. Halleran was tmpoasl
ble," eald she. "Ha used to go to Col
lege Point and return to our home with
undesirable companions, put tham into
Ay clean bods and sxpsct ms to 000k
for them. If I objected, hie usual re
ply was to throw glassss at ma Ws
kept our differences to ourselves,
though ones or twice I tried to notify
ray fathsr. Then I found that Mr.
Halleran had cut the telephone wires
"The end came when even the public
began to sense something of the un
pleasantness in our homo,
reached the ears of my father. Early
in March my father took me away,
bavs never returned and 1 never snail.
Mra. Halleran aald that Halleran had
accused her of tmproprlstles with
Connolly, and whan she demanded tbut
ha retract, he refused and threatened:
Connolly had better look out I'll show
him what lean do."
After aha left him, Mrs. Halleran
said, her husband demanded that Con
nolly reinstate htm in a political posi
tion. He had been "corporation in
spector." which is about ths same aa an
Inspector of road a, and, according to
Mrs Halleran, Connolly had reinovrd
him for Incompetence and became uf
"Why, Mr. Connolly gave htm ths
Job originally because he waa a useless
sort ot person and waa hard up, and
Mr. Halleran took It despite ths fact
that he was an adherent of Mr Cessldy,
Mr. Connolly's bltterset opponent," de
clared Mra. Halleran
Mrs. Connolly listened while her slstor
(Confirmed on gernnd Page.)
THE H'OBLU Ik.tltl. BtnP.At.
rmiuer twocku Buiidiag. nik
.lit? TKSeu) u-J leentuoiii tit u
I " otwitiiiioD Boot ojm 51
FROM FIFTH AVENUE SAFE
MRS. A. O. HALLE RAN
WHO SAYS CONNOLLY'S
SUIT IS FOBS' PLOT.
SMITH BATS WELL
Second Game Is Called
Account of Rain in
K. H.PO. A. E.
Morsn, rf 0 0 I 0 0
Curshaw, 2b 1 2 0 2 0
Stengel, cf 1 0 2 0 0
Wheat. If 0 I I 0 0
Dsuben, lb 2 I 13 0
Smith, 3b 0 2 2 0 0
Hummel, ss 0 0 S 3 I
Hacker, e 0. 0 3 0 0
Mon, p 0 0 0 0
Totsls 4 27 10 0
R. H.PO. A. E.
Becker, cf 0 0 10 0
Luderus, lb 0 0 10 0 0
Lobert, Jb 1 3 0 0 0
Msgee, If I 2 0 0
Cravstb, rf 0 I I 0 0
Knsbe,2b 0 0 18 0
Doolan, ss 0 0 2 1 0
K.llifcr, c 0 I S I 0
Moore, p 0 0 0 0 0
RUy. P 0 0 0 0 0
MUlsr 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 2 7 27 IS 0
Miller hatted for Moore 'In the eighth
Uui lliis OR Muure. t in 7 timings
"0 Itisay, 1 In I Innings. Uase on Balls
'IT rlagOB. li off Moore. 6 struck uut
By lUgun, by Moore, l; by Itlxey, 1
Two-liai tills- lyuocrt. Si.. in (2)
Magee HaiT.llce Hits M.iKf Usubert
Wheut. HtraVn llasea Rgeker, Ou'.shnw
roulla Flay -lUfoii tu Hummel tu
hiut.rt Wild ritih Moore, unvolree
Mrssrs. Kleni and Orth. Attendance
tsper-lal te The Oenliuj WrM
pit 1 1,. OKI .Till a, Pa. June n.
Dooln's Delates wsre on the field early
to prepare for a double-header wlta the
Jeweller's Establishment Mysterious
ly Looted After Alarm Brings!
Police, Special Watchmen
and Private Detectives
to Guard Treasure.
DOORS ARE FOUND AJAR;
ENTIRE STOCK MISSING.
Member- of Udall C& Ballou Firm4
Had Inspected Place Shortly i
.After Suspicious Blaze.
ftirtrrf or subsequent to a snail but smoky tVe in the taMpt
the buildinf it No. 574 Fifth avenue yesterday evenhif, a safe In
factorable jewelry store of Udall
pi dukes', was rotrbed far inuuirtBd
Deputy Commissioner Dougherty
Bureau, are in charge of a big detachment of Central Office and 1
detectives, who are at work on the
have been called in by the Lloyd's
r i met live ngciny,
AT ST. LOUI.
4 0 0 0
0 S 0 I
Bsttsrtee OTools ami Cole'nen:
Orlner and Wlnga,
0 0 0 2 1 0
0 0 0 0 0 1
Hatterles: Humphries and Bresnahan;
Hugga and Clark.
Batteries Hoik snd Bchang; Bosh
II. ig and Henry.
12 12 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 1
Batteries: Hamilton and Agnew;
lett and Htanage
AT CHIC ACQ.
0 0 12
Itatteriea: Mitchell end O'Neill;
WANTS TO RAFFLE HER BABY.
Cktrage Woman Belllag ( kssesi at
Tea Cent. Baea.
CHTCAOO. June 17. A hunt was
slsrt.l today Tor a young oman
ths south side who offers her baby
..,..,.,. ... il,. mini h.ili1lnv
u ...imi.-r tu a nroooaad aVcant
i. i. manned to award the child
a picnic In one ot the parka. Secretary
Hugo Krause of ths Society for Us Pre-
ventlon of Cruelty to children detailed
an officer on the case.
Aocordlng to the Information received
by Secretary Krauaa, ths young woman
has sold many tloksls In tha vicinity
of Korty-thlrd street and Or and Boule
vard. The pasteboarda read:
"Or and raffle.
N Ins-months old baby girl
Tscksts ten csnta"
Whan ths Identity of tne woman Is
learned slope will be taken to prevent
PRICE ONE CENT.
& Ballou. on the
perns valued if
and Inspector Paurot of the
case, and private detective
Insurance people and the Hotaw
7.ata thla af tsrnooa las
aent detsotlvee to qnesltoa
members of Ongtae Company
In Korty-thlrd street, feet'
and Blsth avenue; Engine
i, in Bast nrt -first etreet.
avenue; Bvjglns Comaasry Mo. M. at
Kirith avenue sad ffsill gglgs)
street; Truek No. f at nfUetk sMwM
an i.inion avenue; wJeam asm
dar No. I, at forty -eighth street
Eighth avenue, end Ire Patrol CSb
pa ay No. I, at Thlrtletk
eth street hmf
seventh avsnua. All Use
were eummoned to the Are
evening aad many of tha
were in the store
IVIRVRODV WHO WAS AT RNW
Tha Inspector also quaattoaed aJB tkn
pnllramen who were at lb are, all ah
privets watchmen, several gsrvags
teottves and hair a doaeei eleeas i
firm of Udsll A Halloa.
had been questioned up to a lata tJsVs)
this afternoon said that to the Stat af
their knowledge nobody was aagr sW
sefe and the doors of the safd 4m
P. Oliver Udall. after talUssy wtwg
ths police this afternoon. saat)t afsf
following statement: .
"I wss notified at sty bemka, Ma'tB
wast One Handled and
street, between 7. It aad I
night that there was a Bra In Urn I
ment of our store. The Inf.
came by telephone from a wateb
ths Holmes Protective System. Tajg)
eervlee haa a key to ear a tore kt Ms at
nee, a short distance away.
"I hurried downtown. Waem' J
reaonea lie store tne front
open and ths plsrs a as tail of I
Ths smoke was vary thick and
i salssroom was in s fog.
i rernaineo aoout an boar aM t
hair or until the chief In snmsssM
lh "' " '. m... e-.
out t nm i ifn i piacao a naaawsga
! Oeteollve. whom I hart summeatO V
. teirpnona a member or the Fire PsArO
, , of my own rlr( m
Thsy stood guard all .. -ht.
on pip(MCN qqj tttjQ p.ACB
of aawaaai nnnaa
tha! SSISHHl UUUHa
' The firemen not only got In I
I tha front door, but through a
at rar leading from the cellar.
was quits a crowd around dnrttal I
Ore and tbe amoke waa very lb
ooea not seem possible tnal
could have got to tha safe.
and taken out eighteen tray
and Jewelry while ths area
watchman were In the store.
"I'erhape anme thief clipped to
lug the excitement, hid aad
with tbe wot In the early owtMMa.1,
hours when she man oa wasaa bBd
somewhat relaxed their vtgllanss Is
sra Insursd against
. bavs no
All af tat
(Ostvtlnood on atath reaps.)
(Continued on Sixth Pace.)
at was mssjanirs pisat at