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0P.P1AN T.TNF.R WITH
PRICE ONE CENT.
Men Who Died in Vera Cruz
Battle Coming Back on
BRYAN WARNS HUERTA.
Dictator Told Not to Permit
Execution of U. S. Agent
'' as a Spy.
WA8HIN'.TON. May 1. Admiral
Badger reported to the Navy Depart
ment to-day that within two or three
lays he would aend the butUeeblp
Montana to New York with bodlca of
(Mali in i .1,1,1 marine killed at Vera
i 'ma. The vessel would aall. he aald.
aa aeon aa it, became certain that hei
,u.rvi. ivara no lonrer needed for
refugee work. The bodies will be
shipped from New York to the homes
of relatives. I
Bom! ! the more seriously wounaeu
will be kept on the hospital ship Holace
at Vera I'rua. and some returned on j
the Montana for treatment at the!
naval hospitals in this i ountry. A
1111 y to meet the Montnna and es
cort her Into New York Hsrbor with
all ceremony will be ni rnntsed by Bee-
Secretary of State Bryan la
alarmed over the report that Dr.
sidward W. Ryan has been ordered
foot at Zacateeae for refusing to
translate confidential codes he used
as the representative of the t'nlted
mates. Hecretary llrynn haa asked
the Spanish Ambassador, Uen.
Huerta's representative here, to In
quire Into the matter at once. Ae
oordlng to the report received at
Vat. Crua. Dr. Byan waa ordered
shot aa a apy.
Word of the American physician a
plight and the fact that he waa fac
ta; death In Zacatecaa waa brought
to the State Department by The
World eorreepondent. No official In
timation haa come In over the de
partment's wires. Hoax Long, chief
f the latln-Amerloan Affaire Dl
vkfton of the department and a per
sonal friend of Dr. Ryan, waa shaken
out of fell diplomatic reserve when
ha heard the newa.
"I told Ryan he would net Into
trouble If he kept on," he eaclaimed.
Thou ha promptly dictated a tela-
... . 1 a I . L-l . . .
Oram of instruciions snoi
personally be apprised of the situa
te) and that Dr.- Ryan not only be
assured a fair and impartial trial,
but that he be released on his own
'It la Incomprehensible that Dr.
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jD. The World's circulation in New
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PACIFIC LINER BELIEVED TO BE LOST NEW YORK WOMAN ABOARD.
MAY LOSE LIFE
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Horse Dashes Into Crowd, and
Driver and Baby
Policeman Thomas Rurke of No. K
Diamond street, Williamsburg, waa
prohuhly fatally injured In a heroic
attempt to prevent loss of life In a
panic following a runaway In Will
lamsburg'a bum eat shopping district
this afternoon. Samuel Welaa, twenty-eight
years old of No. IS4 Flushing
avenue, waa badly hurt and Helen
McQoe, two years old of No. 2(3 Rut
ledge street, waa altghtly Injured,
having a narrow eac.ipe from death.
A horse driven by Welaa became
frightened at an elevated train at
Sumner avenue and Broadway and
daahod west. At the Intersection of
Broadway and Flushing and Graham
uvenuea the wagon swerved Into a
atreet car and the driver waa hurled
against a poat of the elevated atruc
tur. At the same moment the horse
dashed across the tracks, upsetting a
baby carriage being wheeled by the
mother of the McGoe child.
The child waa hurled to the puve
ment. Women screamed and there
was a rush for the sidewalks. Police
man Burke, who Is attached to
Traffic I) Squad, leaped for the
horse's bridle, but waa shaken loose
and kicked In the leg. As he fell the
maddened horse trampled on him and
the wheels of the wagon passed over
! his body.
I The horse waa making directly for
the crowded sidewalk In front of a
department store when Policeman
Carroll and two men seized the har
ness and brought the horse to a atop.
Burkn and Weiss were Insensible.
An ambulance came from St. Cath
erine's Hospital with Ir. Osher, who
found the policeman had a fractured
riRht ankle, a dislocated left thigh,
Internal Injuria and bruises about
the head and face Welaa bad a frac
tured left leg, scalp wounds and a
probable fracture of the skull Both
rre taken to the hospital. The baby
was found to be only altghtly rut
gbOUl th" head and face, and after
attention by Dr Osher was taken
THE "HUB" Clothing Corner, Broad
way, eor. Barclay Htr , Old Aster House,
will sell to-day Saturday 1.C0U men's
Spring Suits. Topcoats and fancy Hl
muraan with ke back effects, black
Thibet, blues, pencil stripes, browns,
I ray. A dsrk mined worsteds, all sitae,
I to 44: worth HI In Mir other store;
HUP, Broadway, oar. aratar atrsAahrt
6Trvi imp MBKma, aMpj!! I
FOR RUNAWAY AND nniuri rnnirn imirui nniunr imtrZ, fli
"Circulation Bonkn Often to AH." I
Tee rrrm rsbUaaJag
Motley Mob Marches Streets, Stoning Aged
Priest, Cursing Churches, Insulting Women
and Singing Obscene Songs.
The Berkman-Gantx. Joe O'Carroli,
I. W. W. and Anarchist agitators,
after a toodlura march from Mulberry
Bend to l.'nlon Square to-day, were
prevented by the police from forcibly
joining the annual May Hay labor
celebration of tho Socialists at the
conclusion of the great paraoe of tho
Socialists and their children.
Berkman and his motley crew took
possession of the stand at the north
end of t'nlon Square at noon. He mude
speeches, aa did Marin Gantx, HecUy
Kdelson and O'Carroli. The Ganta
woman did nut repeat her threats to
assassinate John D Rockefeller Jr.
She knew Inspector Sclrmlttherger
bald a warrant for her arrest, which
waa to be served when she ooulu oe
arrusted without causing public ex
citement. Harris Hpllxer of tho Socialist
Committee went to the Chief inspec
tor about 1! o'clock and asked that the
Bcrkman poople bo cleared from the
atahda before the arrival of the So
cialists. Bcrkman promised to go,
but dbl not. The police threatened
force. Berkman and his leaders
talked of starling a column of their
own noisy followers uptown to meet
the Socialists. QAp to, Sullivan-and
Sexton, with heavy dctachmenta of
police, took possession of Broadway
and Fourth avenue above the square
and Herkman was warned not lo alart
anything, for he would not be allowed
By way of showing he meant what
he said, Srhmlttbf rger took posses
alon of all the Insulting banners
which had been carried by the 1. W.
W.s und locked them up In the shut
ter house, to be returned to the own
POLICLMAN STRUCK ON HEAD
WITH LOADED CANE.
In the scufflo Policeman Petrle of
tho Fast Twenty-second atreet sta
tion was struck over the head with a
loaded cane. He grabbed the cane,
out could not catch the man who had
wielded It. The cane had a allver
plate, marked with the Initial "W."
Petrio went to BeJIcvue to. have his
head plastered and returned to duty.
Sptlaor and Mlaa Paulino Newman
of the Socialists' committee sent
word to Herkman through the police
that they wanted him to keep away
from their meeting If ho stayed,
they stipulated, It must bo as an In
dividual and under no circumstances
would he or any of bis followers be
allowed to apoak.
Berkman and hi followers gathered
NEW TORE, FRIDAY, MAT 1, 1914.
W. G. BESLER ELECTED
TO SUCCEED BAER AS
JERSEY CENTRAL HEAD
I le Worked His Way Up From
a Humble Job at $5
The directors of the Central Rati
road of New Jersey met to-day and
elected W. G. Bealer, formerly Vlce
Prealdent and General Manager of the
road, to the Proaldency made vacant
by the death last week of George V.
Baor. As lung ago as two years,
when It was reported that Mr. Baer
would realgn, Mr. Bealer was fre
quently spoken of aa hla aurcesanr.
Mr. Bealer haa bean In the railroad
buoineas alnce he waa seventeen years
old. He began us a general factotum
it !. a week In the office of the Obi
ago, Burlington and Qulncy Railroad
At the end of five years he was niuk
.ng Hi a week. It was then ho de
rded to leave railroading and go to
A few years later he was back at
railroading as night yardmaster.
This yielded him ll&U a mouth From
this time on his rise wus rapid. First
ho built a branch line for tho Bur
lington and then became superin
tendent of the St. Louis division of
When he was thirty-six years old
ho became aupetintepdent of the
Heading at tli',000 a year. Then other
roads began to bid for him. Two
veurs later he went to the Jersey
Central for $5,U00 a year more. Next
ho became vice-president at t2ii,UO0.
Now he goes to the presidency. Mr.
Hosier also will be general manager,
bis old office of vice-president having
ANOTHER SAILOR LOST.
ASmlrml Report Drswalsg of Ha
st Vera, Cm..
WASHINGTON. May 1 Frank John
N.j.dlsy, ordlnsry seaman on the Cas
stn at Vera Orui, was lost at sea April
tl, according to a Navy paoartmant
message resolved from Admiral Badger
2 O 1 O O 1 O
Batteries Marquard and Meyers: Crutcher. Tyler and Onwdy Um
pires Orth and Byron.
O 1 O O 2 Q
2 O O 0 O Q -
Batteries Mayer and Klltlfer; Altohlaon and Fischer. Umpires Rlglor
AT NEW YORK
0 0 0 1 3 0
O O O O O til si
Batteries Bedlant and Thomas; Caldwell and Sweeney I'mplroa
IMneen and Connolly.
FOR DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF
INCENDIARY FIRES STAIRS
AT ITALIAN CONSULATE.
Soaked Them With Oil Before
Starting Rhze While Twenty-Five
Immigrants Are on the Inside.
The police and the Fire Marshal's
office are trying to find nut the mean
ing of an attempt mads this after
noon to set fire to- the Italian Con
sul's office at Spring and Lafayette
streets. Some twenty-five Immi
grants and a few clerks were In the
Consulate which occupies the upper
floors nf the building. Count Fara
Fornl. the Conaul, was not there.
Horns one poured turpentine over
the stairs and aet fire to It There
a-as considerable exrltement among
the Immigrants, hut the clerks put
the blase out.
Consul Fsru-Fornl said ha had no
Idaa why any one should set Are tn
tha Consulate unless ome one with
a perverted sense of humor wanted
to terrify tha Immigrants,
I "Cirrtntinn Hnf1r flew
1 1 a tut a as saia, i a a s a, a aa
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QAM 18 SEE BASEBALL EDITION.
$50,000 DIAMONDS IN
Adolph Rarzelay, thirty-five, of
Hamburg, Germany, waa taken In
custody In Hoboken. N. J., to-day by
customs officers, charged with at
tempting to smuggle t.0,000 worth of
The jewels were aewed In Baraelay'a
shirt. Ha aald he obtained the dla
monda from a wealthy isutgarlan and
expected to resllao $100,000 front
them after they hud been out aad
sold to wealthy Naw York residents.
He was a first class cabin pasaen
rer on the Hamburg-American steam
ship President Grant, which docked
DOUBTS MRS. HARRISON
WAS ABOARD SIBERIA.
WASHINGTON, Mar 1. Mrs. Bur
ton Harrison, mnther-lu-law of Mrs.
Krsnrls Burton llari laoo, said In-day
she did not believe tha wife of the
Governor of hs Philippines was on
"Only a few days ago I received a
letter from my son." aha aald, "In
whloh he spoke of Mrs Harrison hav
ing planned a trip to Hong Kong In
a few weeks with her brnthor, mother
and sister, now sojourning in tho
W K THRU fnlr
tn All '
GOV. HARRISON'S WIFE
AND OTHER NOTABLES
British Warship Minotaur Got Wire
less Calls for Help and Rushed
to the Scene Off Island A
OTHER VESSELS OF WAR
RACING TO THE RESCUE
No Details of the Nature of the Ac
cident to the Siberia Her "
Wireless Is Silent
THE TRAGEDY OF THE SIBERIA.
Tha strassihlp Hlborta Is believed to tsavo foaaierod m f:
roast of the Island of Formosa. v
Her wlrr less rails for help rested early to-day.
Warship hate been rushed to reader assistance if possible.
There were DM salooa passenger aboard, aaaong the Era.
Francis Hurt on Harrison of New York, wife of the Governor of the
Philippine, aad many other person of more or less Importance.
There were 4M passengers In the steer age aad S0A In the
crew. Most of these were Chinese.
TOKIO, May 1. Wireless calls for assistance from the Pacific Miir
steamer Siberia, from San Francisco April 7 for Manila, heard on the.
Japanese coast to-day, intimated that she was in grave peril off the coast
of Formosa. The exact nature of the accident has not yet been determiner
nor have any details been received here up to a late hour to-night. Aq
early report said the liner was sinking, while a later message conveyed the
information that she was ashore six miles off the southeast mainland of
Formosa Island. The Japanese government despatched steamers Kanto
Maru and Tanto Maru from Formosa to the succor of the Siberia as the
news of her trouble was received.
The British cruiser Minotaur which early to-day picked ap tha wire
less call for help from the w reeked steamer and raced under all total to
the tnecor of the Siberia waa reported late to-night to hare reached the
scene of the accident. The liner Minnesota of the (Jreat Northern Htask
hlp ompany, which also picked np Hie J 0 s" call while oa her way to
Nagasaki, I believed to be aeariag the wrecked vessel A inker of
other tteasaer are on Uie way to ;le aid.
Among the passengers on the Siberia are Mrs. Francis Burton Harri
son, wife of the (iovcrnnr-Cieneral of the Philippine Islands; and Mrs.
John B. Rentiers, wife of the newly appointed British Consul at Manila.
Mrs. Harrison came to Japan from Manila for a short visit. She em
barked on the Siberia at Yokohama. Mrs. Harrison was prominent In
society, both in New York and Washington, before ing to Manila. Her
husband's mother, Mrs. Burton Harrison, who is well known as a novelist
and writer of children's stories, resides in Washington.
There were also a number of other notables aboard, several of
them officials In the Unite J States Government in the Philippines.
SIBERIA CARRIED 621 PASSENGERS.
The Silvria left Yokohama April 27 and Nagasaki April 29 direct
for Manila. This course would have taken her to the east of Formosa.
She had a passenger IW of sc vent) -one persons in the first cabin, about
fifty in the second and fow hundred in the steerage. She Is in com
mand of Capt, Zecder and carries a crew of about three hundred men.
At a Inte hour tssBllM report was current la Toblo that ( kinase
pirate may have been count i led with the necideut tn the liner. Tale fear
na held at Tai-I'e-Fu, llie capital of Formosa, when It was cornered ro a
The gnivest anxiety prevails owing to the lad thai the wireless
calls for help from th Sibeila have ceased, A. A. Williamson, the
American Consul at lam-.ul, Formosa, telegraphs lie tears this means
thai the vessel has joni down
W hen the flrsl wireless calls t r help were heard the nearest ship
was at u distance requiring six hours to covei. Ihe Japanese Navy.
Department was Inclined to-night to discredit the reports of piracy and
expressed the opinion that they may have been an outcome of the recent
looting of a British steamer by pirates.
The first wireless message was
t..-nlhl. frost I mar4lr
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