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NEW-YOBK. TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1907.-FOURTEEX PAGES.-*tJ$S?JS,
PKICE THREE CENTSL
STfiIKE ACROSS BRIDGE.
JJlfOOKLVS ICEMEN JOIX.
Each Side Confidcnt of Victory in
A r::--f-:!:?.?; of the strikin^ ice wnpnn drivers
arec beld lart nlght In Brooklyn. at whtch it was
snnounced that the foteraen of a!I the oompanys
EitmMefl and stations in that borough had struck,
PnA ]at.-r that these foremen were taken Into the
mncement that it would be
? aend nut Ita full force of wagons
thla mornlng ?a? received aritb ridicule, but
lade to me< t the emer
Agent Ferrettl retuined to hls
headquartera ta East flth Btreet and Avenue I>
Brooklyn meeting. and waa in confer
ence ?i |th ! Ia aid* all nlght
.. ,,-. |?x k yesterday mornlng pickets, or
"stewards," as they are called, were placed at all
>mpany*a ??bridges,*" atationa and stables.
were on duty all day yesterday,
? .. appeared for work that thrro
ttle to do
st nlght 'hat not a man hal
? tbe organlsatkm and that they
I s< joined by ttie bargemen who handle th?i
: ? at th? bridges, thls mornlng.
Thoucfa tbere were aald to i? two hundred
strike breakera put to work yesterday by th?j
..;: [oe Company In tho place of th-?
rs, all tho loe deliverod seemed to h*> a
drnp ia the bucket, compared I i what wa*
needod The mea wbo aoplted for work ut
Wadd< II <fc Mahon'a agency, \"o. IT.'i West
Broadway. were carefully sifted to get good
: to the loe company. !>ut the
otBcers of tbe loe Wagon Drivers' Union aay
that avei two thouaand men who could go over
Mea more quickly than far more than the
aaunber of new men are on atrike against
tbe company in Ifanhattan below 34th Btreet
a Brooklyn and the suburbs.
It waa aaid at the depot of the company, in
West JOtb stret, near Eleventh avenue, that
doaea wagon? had hr-en sent out. Thls
waa arell protected by uniformed pollce.
eight wagons were Bent out from tha
at Bast 0th atreet, wirich ia called pta
tlon A. and whicb EupplJes the East Side and
Broadway. It i^ responslble for Ice de
'ivn in the largest loe distrtbutlng territory In
Manhattan. Tho strtkera have their headquar
a rafe near thistpiace, but kept away
The atrike breakera were afraid, it was said,
rge blocks of loe. aa the Btrlkers had
that it was dangerous to handle
buge blocka About thirty of tbe .-trikers were
Induced to qult at No. 141 West 22d Btreet and
Sc 124 West l*th Btreet, where Btrlke breakera
are lodged and boarded by the company, th?j
? unlon having In some unknown
? tnaged to p*>t inf. tho houses.
??? , representatJves of the compan: aald that
they boped *" break the strike bawto-day or t -
morrow. Pi v.-.-u-y M CHei sald: "We
pu1 two bundred more to work to
I keep adding to that number ur.ti!
are have enough. Every Cacility Ia glven at the
flepota :' t i ? wbo oome to cart their own Ice.
ttera BrtH adjust themselvea in tbe
r.ext two daya We are keeping the various
nd rharitabie institutions BU]
of 'hc-rs. have thoir own ice p'antf,
but whatever tbey need in ezcess of tbetr o?rn
?upply. ara are keeping them supp'.ted artth. We
er^ not aatdng tbe P<-.;tce Department to supply
emen to guard the wagons, but aimply :j
g'jari the bridgea and depot*. We are having
our own aperlal poUcemen sworn in at Pollce
Headquartera Every wagnn we send out has
& sr.^ria! pottceman, a drlver and a helper.**
asked If efforta were being mado to supply
- and otbera artth whose buslnesa i^e
is a priroe m r?aaiHji. be aald:
'"^>*A are servlng ftrst those wbo need ire- most.
As to tbe undertakers, through tho prartice of
anbalnung - ice Ia required by them
(han In fon Tbe botela are getti.ng
Tbere anu oothing. be aald, in ?he roport of
the [ee Waaron Drlvers" CTnlon that the atrike
had estended to Coney I?land Tho bkrgomon
wbfl Btruck at tho Frankiin street bridge hnd
- to work and no more bargemen were
iikoly to ajult. be pald
Plfty patr In en were stationed af and n^ar
the East 9th atreet bridge. knoam as Btation A.
arbicto F;r.r!i?-s tho dtstrict from 14th streot to
Hh B ttery east of Broadway, taklng in Broad?
way below Housti n street. About seven or
are pont out from his bridge in
atead of Tho Hjsn ? - of forty-five
The Brooklynitea were aupplled very sparingly
pally by the Independent deal
?*?? " t enough to | around
Tho atrlkera or their sympathizera in Brook?
lyn watt bed for tho men, but their vlgllance did
r.ot bear much rrult. One loe wagon whl<
a driver. belper and apecial offlcet v.
Plrtton street and Bedford avenue A Bhower of
Ftone? were thrown and the drivera wbipped up
the borsea and aooa dbrtanced the ? row I
Tho worst Bufferera from tho atrike In B
? yn bo tar have been tbe butcbera of Wallabout
Mark^t George Dressler, presidei i of tbe Ifar
?stmea'a Aaaociatlon. said yesterday that no Ice
had reached the markot atooe the beginning of
the s-trike. and that 'he losa InfUcted on tl.
?ealera m oonsequence was about $5,000.
GEKERAL BELL EXPLAIXS.
Did Xot Menn Anything Seriously
"Wrong in the Army."
tBy Telc'n-af.h to Tba TribaiM |
Laasaarsrorth, :<an.. July l.- atajor General J
vtaaaadta Bell thls evecing telegrapbol to See
retary Tart espteuuhg publisbed dlspatehes
atjotirg Mm as aaying to student offlcera at thojr
graduatloa but Baturday that "ther. i
:hln< rron, ? ,;... ^-tr> - }i] .
"I rerr.arked that the War Department was
=?????:-'-* mat tbere was * tr ? dlacontenl In tbe
amyvand u fiaettng that Boinetblng was wrong.
"'-it taought it kaeti the causea and would s.<-k
to rr.n,... fvfpi ?.} . ,-;ills^, , ,];., ,..? lni.uUnu
nut bad in mind Inadeqnate pay and InsulBclent
r.:r;:,Kr of offlcen A brnopsi^ ,,f my remarka
???> purpcrtteg to '??" verbatlm was v^rv w-u
Prepsro.] fr.)Tri jor^har.d not.;- by a reporter
? to the locaj paper. which de
?>-??'? ^eiitcnce. but alightly varying from
*nat r ?ud. flb.(.. , tbe mtddto of the reporter'a
'???. Rnd quoted and printed It as the open
mg shi ?. . of my remarka and preflxed !t
??'?" heedllnes whlch completed the tkaae Im
l<r< r?io? that l anu darkly hlnUng at somc mys
wri< w trouMej w the army."
JAKES STILLMAN DUE HERE TO-DAY.
.r:.ieili,) May Succeed Him as President of
the National City Bank.
-^??"r' "/ !';:'' ^Mterday that Jamea Btlllman.
ur^.^ -": ? '-"k. who. " Ia
*i ,V? Z '; 1K '" t,;" ,"r'fln- '"'"'"i for Sew V..rk
^an'ssrs sr^t,h" *'.r <L<^
,. , ,1" "" "lf! arsy liomi- waa u-lili.-r A<-- J
Mi. Stilluiftn !iaa li#>on in u-.?i- *
??r^ where S wS? SJ^taa^^gjE
?-. !n the Kalaam broatr. of the White
FEAR APACHE OLTBREAK.
KiUing of Indian h,, Sub-Agent
likely to Cause Trouble.
El Paso. Tex.. July 1.?Troops at Fnrt Apache,
Arizona, it is announced. have beon ordered to
bo in readlneaa to proceed to Fort McDowcll.
Arizona. where it is said an outbreak of Indiana
is feared as a result of the killing of Austin
Navajo. an Apache, last Saturday by W. H.
Gill. eub-agent at McDowell, who aaya he shot
tbo Indian in aelf-defence. Gill has been warned
by Indian friends that it is not safe ior hlm to
reraain on the reseryation. He called upon
Bheriff Hayden at Phor-nix for protection, and
Hayden. with flve deputie.s, has gono to the ns
Washington, July 1. a telegram waa rooeived
to-day from Superhitendent Goodman of Mc?
Dowell agency, Arizona. by the Indian bureau
conflrmlng tho report of trouble at that agency.
He saya the killing of an Apache by \V H. GUlj
the sub-agent, grew out "f an eff..rt to remove
aome troublesome [ndiana from the agency,
which w;is underiaken on ordera from Washing
ton, and was in aelf-defence
Mr. Goodman saya the livea of whites, friendly
Indians and of the Indian police are in danger.
but that the Sheriff of Maricopa County, witli
seven others, la <.n the way t.? the scene of the
trouble, aml that the territorial militia will be
a\-ailable If needed.
The ald of the national troope will not b?
nsked unless tho sttuation assumea a more seri
oua aspect tlian at preaent. <;ni la a prea< her.
WORK OX CANAL SLOW.
Xot Likely To Be Finished for
[By TclcKrai.h to The Trit.une ]
Albany. july 1.?Despite tho belief prevalent
fn New V?,rk City that the i.000-ton barge canal
will be oomplotod by 1811. !t is th, opinion of
the offlcials in the Department of Public \v(.rks
that aeveral yeara beyond that date will glve a
nauch safer time llmit. Difflcultiea of various
sorts ar.' attendlng the practical work on thls
I glgantic project, qulte aaide from the difflculty
i which the atate lias exporlenee.i in floating tho
? bonds to flnnnco the canal w..rk. Bince 1'.*".''.,
\ when tho leglslation was adopted, only about
onc-quarter ><f the work has been placed under
contract. Advertisoment = f..r bida f>>r three
oontracts amountlne to between $8,000,000 and
S9.000.000 will be placed within a f.-w daya.
Thcso are for rnntrar-s \".>. 11'. , xtendlng f'-rty
thr*e mllea westerly from tho weatern end of
; Onelda Lake; \n. 14, on the Mohawk River,
west of Cohops to the inwpr Mohawk aqueducf,
near Bchenectady, and No. 35, tho < tswo^o canal,
at the entrnnoo t<> Lake Ontario.
Thopi contracta will, when placed, make i
total of work under contract amountinc roughly
to 116.000.000. l*p tn jnne 1 a t >tal of $2,950.
B045] had been actaally spent for con8truetlon
vork. althougb the original acheme waa to
?I end Bome JIO.000.000 on canal work.
Deputy Buperintendenl Mead of the l <?
ment of Publir Worka declared t..-nipb? that
instead of 1911. which many ..f the New TrWk
; City men interestod In the canal project believed
! would be the year for completion of the work,
i in hla opinion a date nuioh later ?h;in that
I would witness the ending of tho big task Many
1 difficuHic-s entlrely unforeaeen at the beginnirg
of the entprprise had been encountered. be said.
which delayed work on many seotions of tho
canal. The contract for Bectlon 12, ho went on,
called for its completion '.n 1911.
BIG FORECLOSURE SALE.
Proceeding* by Huntington Estate
Property Valued at a MUUon.
one of the lareost forecloaure ealea of vacant
lots in aome time wUl take place in the corridor
of the rounty courthouae at White Plaina on
July 9, when Bryan I>. Kennelly, auctioneer.
will sell forty-four acrea of real eatate in Yo1:k
ors as a result of foroclosure rro'-ecdinKs
againat Bylvester H. Kneeland and certain other
defendanta brought by Mra Arabella D Hunt?
ington and rharles H. Tweed, executrix and
? r respectlvely of tho eatate of the late
Collia P. Huntington. On the following day
Mr Kennelly will sell at auction aeventj
at AQuednet avenue and Eaat 179th atreel i
longlng to the aame estate. In the Real Eatate
Ezchange Baleamoma, Noa. 14-10 Vesey atreet
According to John F. Coffin, the referee In tho
forecloaure proceedlnga. the property to be Bold
u-,rtiu, ?: ? ? ??.n $700,000 and ??00.000. The
tracta in Foi tcra are deacribed aa rronting in
? Spra^r Road, with an abutment of about
ner of a mlle on Ing tract owned
by the late Leonard W. Jerome. father of the
Diatrict Attorney. According to the terma of
the aale both the tracta In WoatcheBter and those
In ITi"'1 Rtreet will firat be offered foi sale by the
auctioneer in their entirety and then In plota ac?
cording to the pricea of the bidders.
Forecloaure proceedinga were brought against
Mr Kneeland In April. V.MM. an<l agaln In July,
1905 a"?l an appeal was taken at tiiat tlme to
the Court of AppealB. Mr Coffin aaid that the
?'certain other defendant " were noi aasociateaof
Mr Kneeland, but were persona who had Judg
menta againat hira, and were consequently made
defendanta in tho preaenl BUlt. The properts la
talued by real eatate men at about a million
SOUXDS WARNING XOTE.
Secretary Metcalf Says ImmigranU
Xot Xeeded?Xegroe8 Enough.
[By Telearap! ? i Th.- Tribunc I
nt.viha. July 1.?"America mus1 soonet or lator
make more stringent lawa with regard to all for
<ls?:;'-vs," aaid Victor Metcalf, Secretary of tho
Navy. who waa In Omaha tn-da? <>:i hia way to
Oakland, Cal- for b \'acatlon.
"Some of theae people have only 125 <-r |S0?
,....;,. enougl to eacape the excluslon laws.
They do not aaalmilate with Americatp! There
is no developmen< In the man who. drawn here
by the hopo >>f higher wages, senda iii^ money
l-.r,rn'- and, after he haa accumulated a few hun
<!r?-d dollara, g'"-^ back to liV" \v Idleneaa on
what is a fortune In his own country.
"We have negroea enough In the Bouth to do
tho work for which we are Importing fon Igners."
W. E. COEEY MAY EESIGN.
Expected to Attend U. S. Steel Meeting?
Majority of BoarJ Would Retain Him.
it :s nnderatood that W i-;. Corey, the preaident
of the rnitni st.it. s Bteel Corporatlon, will return
from Prance thia nionth, ?'""' thai be will be prea
'?nt :<t Ute m<-<-ii!i? "f directora which will t<e held
on Tueaday, July 10.
it la aaid t;;:it Mr. Corey'a ros:-nn;i..!i j.:i not
been iiskod for. n<.r iia.^ It been preaented. ^i-.i-.
over, !i ta now underatood th;it a majority of tii.'
board baa informed Mr Corey that it will lnsist
on lil* remalning with the ooaapany. Ii is satd,
bowerer, that Mr. Car*i ariabea to retirc :in.i will
ofr.-r hia reaignatton at tl e next meeting of the
Bpe< i.il excuraiona up the Hud* n to Pough
; ? . . under new Day I-iue srhedule. Ko--- 'Htcr j
start. ?ec Sl?amboat. ad.?Advt i
THE FIRST MEETING OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION.
Seated from loft to rigat are Wiliam McCnrroll. John E. Eustis, Chatrman Wllliam R. Willcox, Edward M Bassett. BtUo R. MaltM*.
(For arrount of the mrrtlng see page 2.)
NO HOUSE FOR NEGIIO.
That's Why B. T. Washington Un't
at Mamaroneck Thi? Summer.
Maybe next year Booker T. Washington will
be able to lease a house for the Bummer In the
i . d .-. ? tlon of Mamaroneck Instead of at Oyster
Bay. But thls year. though the summer waa
somewhat backward and there are yet mai
Colonial houses at Mamaroneck to r.-nt. i
waa apparently wllllng to lease to Mr. Washing?
ton his house In that town for thls summer. So
Mr. Washington sought a summer house at
Oyster Bay, and Juat the kind of hou
wanted waa quickly found for hlm tl
' " - of the ;. raona who polltely refust d to
a Mamaroneck house to Mr p
was W E O. Gaillard. president of one
larg< -' realty companiea ??( thia city, Mr. Gail?
lard la an ardeni idmlrer of tl
t. acher. He hoj* a he haa i ; Mr
Washington 01 any i t hia many .,
'"'' k:-' n who
Blgned for Mr. Washl - . ? Mama
rone< .* hou -.<
"! '?' .
| I ubllc." Baid Mr. Gaillard y< I
day. ' The publii Ity nurta m? feelinga probably
more tban l e h< ld
of Tuakegee h atttut< i ny valuable
propert; lnt? r< >ta In Mai
*nd In r Mr. Wai un :>? knows
I iiad to acJ Juat aa a traatci of aa
would. He evldently aaw it in thal light
for his repi
frlendly fjilrlt "
A pe< uliar coli t Mi ird ia
rer of Mr "
is at preaei * ? hamplonli g ih4 ? ause f H<
?w ho hav.
the b< t
ho entered Into thls flght tl it the I
vertlsement of his realty
? ? terday In one "f th<
"Thia firm numb< ? itrona many
of the moat promlnent .'.
Y^rk. and eptl n tho'flrm has valued
no claea of patronage In hlgher esteem. '
IIUXTEl) BY AUMEti POSSE.
Essex County Man Slwots Thrce
Persons Capture Likely.
[Bj T-i-ernph to Th* TrlMi^o ]
Ne ? man, N V . July 1. Hlding in tho densn
foreata n< tr the village of Bloomingdale
? ?.'. about flfteen mllea from tl ? place,
George Delcour, who early Ihla evenlng >i,"'
thr< ;??? >ns( Is Burrounded by an armed posse
"f angry wooda ? n ai ? illagera, who are only
waitlng for dayllghl to close in on bim
T.fflceri attempted to arrest Delcour for
reckleBa drivlng "ii the village atreeta about
B o*( lock They found hlm in one of the village
barber ahopa. but he refused to . ?>in<- out when
ordered, and, drawlng a revolver. opencd fire on
them, one Bhot strlklng Frederlek Cutler. In the
: ,- .. ? |U8t below the heart, and infiictlng a
wound from which the physli lana fear h<- will
not recover. John Arnold waa hit m the left
arm and a bystander in the hand.
Delcour managed ? to force hia way to hia
buggy. Btandlng outslde, and, lashlng his horse
Into a t-in. madr his ea ape In the dlrection "f
paranac LaV.e Later he abandoned his horse
and carriage. and took ,r> the wooda
MORSE GETS IXJUXCTIOX
Restrahs Merger <>f Equitable and
Mercantile Trust Companies.
Loula Marshall. <>n behalf of Charlea H. Morsa,
as -i shaVeholder In th* Equitable Ldfe, obtained
atemporary order yesterday restralnlng the pro
posed merger of the Lfercantlle Trust Company
and tho EquiUble Tn I Company. The order Is
returnable In Part i ' the Bupreme Court at 2
o'clock thi* aftern' ? Thls meana that even
ahould a declslon b ? hmided down thls morning
dismlssing the tem; irary Injunctton obtained by ;
Wllllam M Ivlni oehalf nf Balnbrldge Colby,
there can be no i ' : ?iavra' merger ratiflcatton j
meeting to-day Bj coincldence thia meeting \
had been aet for ; ? i a." ?? hour 2 p m.
Wheroas Mr. ' olby br ugl nnit aa a stock- |
holder in the Equitafc* Trust, Mr. Morse In- j
Jecta a new feavure Into i! case, Inasmuch a* ,
he brings sult ^??\'^y M i dockholder in the
Equitable Life Mr. Mr ? eki an Injunctton
n alnly " n1 wo ? ' ''' Equi
table i-if'??> >' ?" ,:! tV""' n r*Ter '' 'i,! would i>o a
u;ist.' of the Equitable Llfe'a assets, and sec
ond, that in violation of the new Armstrong law
ordering tho dispoaal of certain securitiea withln
Bve years, the Equitable Life'a i oposed share In
the deal would Involve an accumulatli n rather
than liquldation of theee assc ta,
MAYOR HEAPPOINTS J1J ilCE MAYO.
Gets Full x'erm of Ten Ye ir: n Special Ses
, siens?Not a Tuan*ay Man.
Mayor McCl< N.i yeaterday.reappointed John n.
Mayo juaiice li tl ? Court of S|.lal Beaslona The
appolntmcnt Is r a full torm of ton years. Tliu
sal iry la $9M? a year.
juatlce Mayo waa appointed laal year to tm the
,.,',.,,,,, ceused when Prancla B. McAvoy left the
?'ourt of Bpo lal Seestons on li-ine; elected recorder.
Mr. Blayo '? >s ?> city magistrate aeveral >-.-.ir:: ii.'
fore ho wa* [>rtm?oted to the,CourJ of Special s.-s
..j,.,, ii- Is an Independent Dernocral and la n'>t
?illteil with Tammapy HalL Jle waa Brai appofnt
ed by Mayor Low.
AFTEK ALL, USHER'S THE SCOTCH
voat uuiu'j ite htjnhall ituuuua.- A4vL
CITY S1IARES PliOFITS.
Philadelphia Atmmea Interest in
Rnpid Tranrit Company.
Philadelphia, July l,?Mayor Reyburn to-day
Blgned an ordlnance paased by founeiis whlch
vlrtually makea the city of Philadelphia a nart
ner in tho Philadelphia Rapid Trunslt Company,
a corporatlon whicb rontrois nll the atreetcar
llnea in the city. Tho ordlnance wns suggested
by the Retail Merchants' Associatlon to ineroase
the efflrh ncy of the wen.tral streetcar senrlce.
Ai cordlng to tho ordlnance, tho street railway
corporatlon geta Ilmited francbJses for all the
llnea in the city f<>r flfty yars. and during thla
perlod tlu> company ls to share equally witb the
city all profits in ezcesa "f 8 per <?? nt on the
actual paid In capital. At the end of flfty yeara
the city reservea the ri^ht to purchase the prop
erty. The city will be represented in the board
of directora by the Mayor and two other persona
a< ??!?:. ,1 by < 'ounclls.
l', ordlnance aieo provldea for the repeaJ "f
an ordlnance paared in 1857, under whlch tbe
city had the right to take over street railwaya
f tlme, and for compelllng the removal
of overhead wlres. The compauiy cannot make
new routea Increase i's capital st"ek. assume
r pari with Ita stock without the consent
. ? . . paid t'< the
? ity every ysar to cover lleenses, street paving,
val of anow and other items.
STEAMERS IX COLLISIOX
Accidents Off Nova Scotia?Miss
Clemens Among Passengers.
Halifax, July 1 The Red Crosa Line steamer
Roaallnd, from New Y-rk. was in colUslon to
nlght with ' r Sei off Halifax
T 'he latter vessel was badly damaged. No ltves
.? ? ? ? lost.
The Biark Dtamond Line steamer Carthagenia
m Half Moon Ledgea, ten mile
of Cape Bable. The accldenta were due to a
']'?.? colliaton between the Roealind and the
Benlac occurred In the lower harbor bet
George'a Island and McNab'a Island. Tho Roaa?
llnd Btruck the Senlai amidahlps, near the en
gine rnom, whlch soon fllled with wai
- i out Th< Benl ic began ? ? ra pidly,
and, aa it was feared ahe was about to founder,
those on board, livdudtne nineteen passengera
and thirty-one of the crew, rushed to the de< ks.
While the bow of tho Roaallnd was In the side
of the Senlac a line waa thrown from tbe Red
Croaa boal aboard the other vessel and made
fast, while the passengera and crew acrambled
aboard the Roaallnd. The line w;i_s then cut
and the Senlac, with her decka awash, drlfted
At the time of the colllaion both steamers were
aounding their whlatles, and the repeated toot
Ing brougbt several motor boata from McNab'a
Island to the scene. The boata had conslderable
difficulty in locatlng the Bteamera, but mio
Bighted the Senlac still afloat, and steamed up
t<. the Roaallnd. The x. w- Tork steamer w is
Btopped, and the captaln, mate and pllot <>f the
Senlae were taken on the motor boal bach to
the dlaabled craft. They boarded her. and re
i tained on the deck until tho arrtval of tugs,
whicb toob the Benlac in tow and beached her
a< Mlll Covo, Dartmouth. The Roaallnd was
not damaged, and steamed up to her pler.
The steamer was crowded with passon;:.rB.
but tbere was no panlc.
Many Amerlcan travellera were on the Rosa
ltnd. among them belng Mlsa Clara Clemens,
daughter of Mnrk Twatn: Miss Lyons, Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Summer, Mr. and Mrs. W. Douglaa
Mr. and Mrs Ls Campe. of New York: VY B.
Bray of "The Philadelphia Inqulrer." who ls on
a vacatlon trin: E. a. Forhea ol 'The Worlda
Work"; Mr and Mrs H W. Upplncot, Mlw
Elisabath Upplnoot, Mr. and Mrs. A Robinaon
Mcllvane, Donald and Mlsa M. Mcllvane and
Mrs P. F. Esilerman. of Philadelphia. and WaT
ter Coyle, of RMgewood, N. J
The Senlac waa leavlng tbe" harbor for Sf.
John. N. B., by way of shore porta at the time
of the accldent. Shc registera 881 tons. and
haiia from St. John. Bhe can probably be re
NEW IIARRIMAX ORDER.
Dctails of Accidents on His Roads
To Be Ghen to Preu.
A policy of informtng tha publlc of the detaua of
all aceidenta on the rallroada compoatng tha Harri
man system was put Into effect yesterday by ordev
of E. H. iinrriman. accordtng t<> an otBcial an
nouncement raade bj tha rnion PaciAc Rallroad
Company It Ia atated that Mr. Harriman ha.s
ordered that full reporta ahall be made and prompt
lj tlv.ii to tha preaa concernlng all accldenta on
the Union pactfte and Bouthern Pactflc aystema and
>ii tbe i Mregon llnes.
rt ls alin announcad that tt haa been dscided,
ns an experlment, t" tavite outsidera of local repu
tation and atanding to be preaent and to pnrtlcl
pate In tbe hearlnga of tha company'a board of in
qulry Into accldenta, maktng formal reporta ettber
agreeteg ot dlaaiiwilng with the iindings of the
The atatemsnt quetas tha reporta of tho inter
atate Commerce Coamtsstoa to tbe effect that
more than 70 per cent of tha aerioua colllskma oa
Amerlcan railwaya In the laat nve yeara wera due
te negllgeaea of tralnmen and engine mea. <>n
lines protectod by block aigwala M per et-nt of the
colllalona are attrlbuted by the commtsslon to n~K
llgence <>f tratemen and atajaal operatora
Tbe pt-ii! to make publl. full dotalls concernlng
ar, i.leni.. follows a SUggestioa made by J. Krutt
achnitt, dlrector of malntsnanoa and operation of
the Oregon llnea
CHICAGO STR1KE XEAfi,
Xegotiatiofu Off Between Tricgraph
Opcrators and Companies.
[ F'y Telcfrraph t<-> The Tr^une. 1
I'hleago, July 1.?The most mena<Mr.(? st-i^>> y- t
reached In the telegraph situatloa developed to
day in ChJcago. Western Union offtdaJs fiatly
rofused t<> consider the retnatatoment of WUItara
Main. tho operator vvh? waa disohar^ed last FW
day aa an alleged "wire spy" of tho onion.
Preparatiotis have acttrely begun f.>r a walkout
"f 1.600 union men in th" Chtcago <>ffi'-os
l ;? neral Secretary Wealey RusseU. of tho Com
merclal T.-OeKraphers' T'nion. to-nlght would not
say when a strike order may ho expeeted. He
pald. bowever, that ho practtcally has abandoaed
hopo of provonting trouble in Chicago,
"The situation is extremely ?^ri'>u:-." said Sec?
retary RusseU. "I fal! ta see h>->w a strike in
t'htoago and probably other litios can now be
averted Negotlationa are otr."
For several houra ho waa in comraurucatlon by
wiro with Frosldent Srnail in Sa:> Fraaciaco and
with tho oxecutive b<>ard of the union in New
Vork Th* subj^ct dtocuased by the national
? ? i. rs wgJ the Chlcngo situation and the
t be taken.
Ban Frandaco, July 1.?The flr.n lasfhnenT
of atrfke breakera to take tho placea of the
tolegrai^h oparaton now on -strike in this city
reai hed San Franolsco yesterday and arere put
to work in tho main oAce of the Postal and
Western T'nion to-day. They are regular env
ployaa of tbc company in other citiea The
Banta Tfi and Bouthern Pactfk overlanri :r?.ns
alao brought a numhor of non-unioa ?<]
Chicago^ Cinctnnatl, Omaha, Dea v
- City and other places, and m >re ure
expeeted to anrive within two or three
Flve regular ??; ? ratora of I
who arrived yesterday stated thal they had
been sont bere for temporary work. and
r.-";rn ta th^-ir regular poafl
tors eould be eugaged for the local ofllcea
The non-unlon operaton i iarge
bonusea for thelr work mers dia
played an anxiety to avoid . tl
? f the telegrapheraf onion, saying that they did
not wlsh to ho r^cognized. Amoi -,
men were several chief .>perafors from *
citiea At tho temporary main ofBci i>f the
F'.sta! :?. the Ferry Bulldlng seventeeri mei
,it work yeaterday, aa againat the regular force
of forty men. Qeneral Superrnt W I*
Storer, of tho Postal, and Supo.irt.-nd.rif Mlller,
of the Western Union, expressed th
satisfied with tho situation. Sut
Miller stated that so fnr aa the W? 9tern Union
ned tho strike was ended. At the
headquarters of the telegraphers ? was
expressed that the men would arin eventually.
Reno, Xov . July l ?As tho reeult of tho action
of Superintendent A H May in dtomlsslng two
opcrators ta the Reno Western T'nion ofHce last
Frlday. four other operat trs have qult w >rk, and
Manager Brown states th it ho would not be sur
prtsed if a general walkout reaulta from the dis
aatl ifaction felt among the employes ta regard
t.> rh.-. atrike In San Pranciacoand the troul
Ren" Owing to the abortage of mon husin.^ss
with the Salt Lake ofllce was six hours bebind
LOST HEAV1LY AT FARO.
Ohio Bankrr Says IIc Was Fleeccd
by Trio in Xew York.
1 By Tel?*raph tr> Th- Trlbtinf 1
I'ittsburg. July 1.?J>. C. Davis, otl ..perator
and director ln the derman National Baak at
Mariotta. Ohlo, to-day told of losin~ 978,000 to
W. J ("Jake") Adams and Frank IV Rantrer. of
Pittsburft. and Frank TbOropaon, of Now York.
throush an alleged crooked faaro gaine played in
a house Juat off Columbua avenue, in New York.
He chargea the trio with consplracy t.> defraud.
Davis snld that after ho had toat 181.000 in
two stttinss ho chartored a spo.-lal train. and
going to Marletta. aeraied 925,000 more. whl.h
he also lost. He sai I ho was taduced to pi> into
the game by Rangor. who promised that Th..mp
?son. the doalor. would lot him Wln ^l??.<Xx> to
get revengo on a syndioate whli h owuad tho
Kame. Davis now says the scheme was ajbunra.
Alderman Toole. to whom Davis appealed. re
served his dooision. stating that he would prob?
ably have to dlsmlss tho coanpteint becauae of
lack Of jurisdiotion. Davis says that woalthy
rittsb'irgers have been Beaced t.> tho .-xtent of
$1.000l000 in the ia^t two yeara by the three
ASKS ORDER 10 PRODUCE BALIOTS.
Mr. Saearn Begins Move for Otlcial Recount
Clarenca J. Bheara yesterisay afternooa appli.'d
to Justlce Plataek, in the Sujir.-me Comt, for aa
order dlrecttaa the i'."ard of ElectloBa <>f New
Y.Tk City and the rtera of tho Caunty of New
Tork to pr.i.iuc.. all the baOota caal in tha at-d
mayoralty electlon nt the couaty . uurth^use at
sucb a tlme aa ahouM ba ftssd by th.- court. Tho
baUota are then to ho neouatad and r^oanvass.vl
it: t'...- praacnea of tha .iifforcnt caUMUdataa fo>
Mayor or thau rcpn-Rontattvos. and ?.f an attorney
wbo shall be appotnted by the c<>urt as a coanaaJs
sionor and ttn othM lawyers to act as commis
JusrJce Plarzek referred the petitlon to Justlce
Dayton. who lilod the papers, but did not sign the
SPECiAL TRA1N RETURN1NG FROM
ATLANTIC CITY FOURTH OF JULY
To Now York. vla Pennsylvania Rallroid [.. i..>s
A'lantlc City 5:30 p. in.. July 4. stopptng at Tren
ton. Klirabeth and Newark. Parlor cars, dssasal '
car and coaches.?Advt.
BACK TO THE GARBAGE.
CLEAXERS' STRIKE EXDS.
East Side Sympathij Wanes?Baby
The drivers of the garhage and ash carts wlll
report for work this aacvalnaLat their oM stables
convinced of the determbaatioa ?>f Mayor McCaal
lan and the city government. They wlll gQ back
as rebastated membera ai l cieaning
Department They have a pronuse from the
Mayor that thefa
cnseed onee they wttbdraw from what he calls
their positlon of in<
One ii OBsaierabas ?a>
citement. Lieutenanl Duggan, of the West I3M
atreet station, doeaal kaow whether he ia ihe
v'.i :::>] <,t" a bomb o> whether > tin caa that had
lain too i<?n? ia heap espkadanl At
nny rate. while he wns liai lilllsaj a cart in 118th,
street, near sotne Itsdiaun ti boaaaaat the
last ,,f a series of small exs4ostons lifted hir.i
off his feet, tora his rlothea and injured Mm
painfuUy. Aato, it scared away all the strike
f.ng. and it was hard to
tdB them to return.
Wbethai the atrike ????? r no <->ne can
aa: f"r a few days. If the demands of the men
are aot aatt anorher strlke tnay result, but at
least tbe city is warnerl. the departmems can be
in readtnesa and a repetition of present condi
tlons may be anraflded.
Just before the strike was raftaad off the tlred
W'.rkors of tho ajsntth and S^reot Oleaninj? de
partments loarned that stables I and J. tn Tha
Bronx. nnd B and H. in Brooklyn. had deelared
foi a strike too. The aauas caaaa too late to
help the strikera, though lt ls possible that had
tbe news coaae bof..re the settlement lt mlght
harve beea more dirhVult to arrange.
The strlkers have promJsed to do as much
overtlme w.irk as aeeeaaawy to get the streets
bnek to their normal oondifion. and every one
at hoadauarb rs feeb that thtaaja wlll soon be
al! rtsht. The strlke breakers wfl] probably be
kept at work fee snra? days to double up crews
on rh- rarrs. s<> that tho work ef loading them
may be doae m.>re QjQtckly.
si:tti,emext was timel,y.
Xover waa atrike sottled at a more tlmely mo
mor.t. Tbe temiiers of tho strikers were growtng
utr!y. n'l over the East Side a suller* air of men
ace bnpressed the onlookers. and the police.
worn out by more than twentv-four hours of
eontinu^us work. with no prospert of adequate
?r days t.. onrne had tho strike contlnued,
wer? near tho er.d of their powers of endurance.
"The men enn*t stand amarh more." said In
apector Burna at tho 17th street stables yester?
day afternoon, hefr>r? he kaew the strike waa
off. "We are n'ino of aa srerring ar.y sleep; wa>
are few of -:s Ketring- any fooal There may be
. and sert idttions remain
Mayor McOaltaa has refusoi. slnee the strlke
beKan last Ttiosday. to speak of lt as such.
He has held that the diltwa araajaj memherr of n
unhformed r".ree aaaaart without loave from their
pests and aabjeet to ankwtpttn*, Therefore, tho flrst
conforen-e yesterday wns as frulrlesa as were ita
pradocoasuia A commtttee of the drivers met
the Mayor after a 'onferonee with Herman Rob
inson. genoral organizer of the Ameriean F?der
atloa of Unbor, and with COnHBUaaaoas* Relan
and Deputy Commtasloner WUsnrd ef 'he state
Department of Lihor. The Mayor had prevteaaa
lv refnsed I artth the aa <
?;ing was to be
Tbh -? | enrhu.-ias-.i fo> the
n the East ? - u.-u
i Tn fact.
wnrda along Fhrst a. ? aoch a*iflte*a aa
before rher-^ n vd hoon a>
^.l ?!- ' of sympathy for the drtvera and the
vith their strike broakir.g
en ? s ? the signal for
Vesterd i all was changsd. A way aa tha
bratn of the E i aa have beea
few! through Ita nosrri's. and. as th-? smell
? :n power. th? ivntn?
en and the men weicoaasal
I ^,i been denouw Inaj is ataba as de
, rv. _?_ tbe asjsfia were lika
I frofa a sioije by a friend
? t^c Phrst aitawa women and!
voune gir's ? irrled great adtcbsva of asasa and>
| -ih with bread ar.dl
the psUca were pop
T.TTTT.E KfOTING TM8TMKDAT.
There was tmuble yesterday, but moat of ta
was uptown At Stabas F. in Eas- Siith street.
a hundred carts were ready te ba acni out. andl
? tho erowded sectlor.s of
v er part of tbe uptown "IJItas Italy" waasMj
i Vi!y before r.!?hr. Two hun?
dred men were to repeai for work at 6 o'clock.
but the strikers knew of these plars. and. as noi
pollce protertlon powerful enough to be of any?
real help "?t-C! avaJlabla -iT\ti\ afvr relief nt ft
o'clock, 'he ofariaJa were BMsaafjrlaaa In East
rtreet tbe same sceaw was ropeated.
In East lldth street. at Stablo T?. there ia?
plenty for the | wa There is a row?
o? italian tenen* - efapasIN the stable,
and in them and about rhoir entrances rongre*
gated a crwwd of unruly cltizens. Captala
Walsb. of tho East 12t'.th street station. made
short work of tbta. embrvonlc disturbance. Tha
captain has been having an ut'.happy time of
late and Pr. Bensel's sharp saltklsaa of hl?
work ta aJTordtag protectaoa to the Healtla
Department forees on Sunday apparcntlw
led hlm to estra aetlalay yesterday. At any
^ate. tbe tenement houses were quickly clearedl
ar l a snllen crowd poored lnto the street.
Ita m. mbers *ot orders to move along In
haste and one yonth who refused to do so waa
arrested After that there was little to do.
There wns more troohla ta IMth street when a
atrike breaker dropped bekdnd a ?ar.g that wa?
walktng along ander pollce anaaai and was badly
benten up bv strikers and thetr friends.
Twelve poUcemen atarted kua last nUht to>
?ake ns many strlke breakers to the subway
from Stable C. ha Weat ISmh street. The littla
proresslon had aot geaM far before lt was at
tacked by a boottna and Jiuilag uvard. Tha
pollce held a tirm front. and it was not untll
aome one threw a brach that there was any
real trouble. Then there was a sharp. quiclc
Sgbl the rcaarvea cama <>n the double qulck.
,nd when tbe returns weae al! In r.lne men had
been arreated. two of tbe assailants were in the
1 \VriKht Bospltal as prisoners and Fa
trotmaa DoaOta sraa nursing a badly hurt knee.
HEAT ADD8 TO ANN'-TANfJE.
The day br.-ke yesterday after a nlght of mnefc
raffering in the tenement house distncts. Cloud?
of tetid steam arose as the raln of Saturday waa
drled out and wbers Brea were iis:bte<i todestroy
Bon.f tho earbase a thick acrld smoke aroaa
that was If ar.vthing. worse than the odor of tha
garbaga As morntnaj drew on the thermometar
The efforta al caeoning n* the etty were coa
flaed almosl enttrely to the lower East Sadav
There were other sectior.s where the actua
ditions seeraed to be almost as bad. notably ln
tbe Uttle Italy- that fllls the crowded Wfcafl
Side streets LllBTT Washington Square. wbatw
conditlona wara -rtainly as bad as in any part
of the East Side. _
The avenue car line? and the great croastowa
llnes carrled the people yesterday who felt the
effects of the strike aajoat unexpectedly. Th >se
who Uve ln West 72d 3treet. or one of tha stda
DEAEYS OLD PORT WINE FOR 1NVAUD3
Wlll strenctheti the Weak and Convaleacenta
H. T Dewey &. Sone Co.. 138 Fulton 3t. N ? I <