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NEW-YORK. MONDAY, JUNE 26, 19U.-TEN PAGES.
^aa^^^T- nvr i-TVT Ba cakr af Maw Yi*,i'*?S*rjS&.**+m
PRICK ONE L?JCaW* Kt.ar.wHERF twa ff.>Tg.
Conservative Leader Told Mani
toba and Saskatchewan
MIGHT SECEDE OTHERWISE
farmers Prrpared to Take West
ern Provinces Out of Confed
eration?Bergeron, of Sam
son-Dclilah Fame, Retired.
fPbMilpee;, Manttoba, June '_.".- R. l.
p,. ider of the Conaenratlve party
in canada, with his lleutenanta, is In
c, W rta this waek, t<> contlnue
gcampaign agarnal reclprocity with the
natted Btatea. In Manttoba and Caa
katchewaa he found the farmera moatly
> ? ? atlon of tha aareement
Bordei haa retired hla lleutenant, tha
Hon J. G. Bergaron, who uaed tha Ulua>
tration of Baxnaon and Delllah In con
r ? ? with PreaWent Taft and Mr.
al ? r of Plnani a, dur
_xiaz the courae of his argununt Bar
marka arouaed an ontburai of
indicr.ii.'t.. and trouble at future meet
;, | ?? ,;?? d it" he appeared.
At Wi burn, Baekatchewan, one
bm ki ' ? farmera, whoae oplnlon
I... red, eald:
"The farmera are prerxared to taae the
v. ? ? ' ; ? nfaderatlon of prov
:? ? ? : ? ? ? la dented ua."
Boi flrai api aklng plai e In Al
:. ? - ?>' : . .;. wbere hi rei?Ivad ?
? ? ? ? unlted fai m< ra of Al
? -? ?????-??????'..? of fortj
t -. rai The; deoln d the obatrui -
? ? ? pacl on the part of Borden'a
n the Canadian Parliament
t m Thi y di aln d r cipitx Ity aa a
it<p toward free trade In agricull i
and machlnery with the*
'? ?? itatea. Blmllar memoiiala were
i led farmera In other n
i ? Mr Borden
Mr Bordi n p pHed to all thaae me>
l ? aol ? r aeoond thought of
Cai aald, bad dlaapproved of the
? ; ? There wen ; ? , ? In
N .... - ? . -.d he bellevi d <
who would cut off th. ir handa rather
than vote for the pa I Ri Iproi Ity, he
t- ??.. would relntroduce m Canada
ta f thi \- ti ? ti it
Mi ? ? ? ? . ,,i Parliament, l
Mr B ??! n that, although i. . ??
-??'-? th th.ir .
I ? Baakat ? td Alberta
c- ? wi re in 1 r of i
whb the 1'iiit. d B1 iti i Thal waa al
'. . ? ? i and A
? - - ? aai oarda
af trad< Imoua In th'-ir ap
; ..( the pii.iM.,-. ,| recij I ? i
ROOT AMENDMENT TO-DAY
Iti Defeat Believed To Be Cer
tain?Wide Taritf Debate.
\*. -????:. .i I Thi Ri ? imend
B to the a i .
? . rocil
* * ? ? ati i before 11 ? Bertate ad
? the 1
re iw'oi Ity
R'lth I i a
; . ? : r ? e haa cen
1 of 1 a the 1 ? debate wlll
I ? woo
I thi do nol wi I ?
.... . . , pproa tl Di
'. ? t of I R
..? nt.-. tait they foi " iala
: ? | . gnadian
:? od the whole I rlfl quaation
en for a protra
rgi 1 Repub
..... wlll 1 I to
;? ? ?? made cleai the 1
< a/eel Be far only ?> di B
i. ? hat they favor al th valuable
tartfl i tio. u ..??/??'
?-???. ... .- r tbem havi a
... ? . ? ? recl
aniendi ta thi thlnk
?. ? neli
I tack "t Dem? ratl
. ..... foi ? ? propoaali
rgenl I ?? ? ? blnted at Bei toi
.: ? . ? for an aroendlng ? ' ?
.......... t . ? ? i from free
ta of the farm, but, while
> . .1. ratlc and
? ? . - plan, It la nol
? . prevalL
? , . tion of Benatoi
. irly in the waek. Thi
.. . , i . toa
. . ri the Senate. ai
n. - ? ? ? re. The
- ? ee of tha ta
ataarti a narned a Rhln ? day oi two
Awaitlng a cteating up of the r ?
Benate ami more d
whether tarlfl k gialation
.. ? | raneb may origmati a l
. . of paaaage bj I
week wlll praetlca
- .. " ..?????
rontinue, With Pn
? of the Mormoa Chun k a
?? ? ? ? orroa
..., t.. ?? .<?'??
..,..,.. toi Lorlmer
bable ( it t irence 8 ^,:'1h.
... of tl ? laternational Har
,. ... Called to morrow
? ? ? ? "' mi ' ?
. ... eUward Hlnea Lumber
. .n aaked hhn to cowtrlbuti
. | ,nM alleaed to hai
.? j..? ,i,i-i a< raaa .?< H
. and Hlnea have baen la tha Bemte
dUI Bl ' ' '??? Miiy" "' '' "
? ill ng to be
. laaaj, i
* arlB have an I.""' i":,;"- ' !'
*> IU ? "... of t( ? , n n. *-.-1 !?-'.?*?' -11
EXPLOSION DAMAGES HOTEL
llgkl Nraoaa Hurt in Partial Wreck of
$000,000 Colorado Structure
l- . . Th,
I erk, < -.1 . ?1^"" -" ' ,,
' ??? bulli al a ooet oi i"?"?'
wreeki I i . . hj ai exploaion oi i
?ajhi aeraong wen Injured one aen
'? .., ,,,,. ? The n. '
_ ,. ,. I ??? aanc
'> ;-n almoai unanlrnoua voi<
'""??'i the engagemanl of AJnarlca i ??'??' ?
*? : aa |., ta.
Francis Scott Key's immor
tal song wniten almost a
century ago - wili be illus
trated by a drawing by
George Gibbs in the next
Enjoyment of the Rich Cur
tailed by Wave of
BUT MORE WORKS OF ART
Statistics of Exports Show In
for 11 Months $145,000,
000 Over Last Year.
Waahlngton, Jun<- 25.- -A wave "f econ?
omy la aweeplng the country, aceordlng
to flgurea of tha l'.'ir.-au <>f Btatlatica of
tiir Depnrtment of Commaree and La>
bor, whlch dlacloae \)w fn< t that Amfri
(an? cul thi ir Imported champagne blll
In t'v.i and adorned themaelvea wlth $7,
000,000 worth <-f dlamonda lesa In tho
last eleven months than in tho samp
peiiod laat year. w tha aame Ume 11. - -
United Btatea managed to Incraaaa its
exporta over the correapondlng peiiod of
1!'1<> by m..ro than |145,fk10.000.
D monda valuad al 187,250,000 were
ght Into the country durlng the
? . montha ended with May, lr?l".
? the t.'t;ii for th.- elmllar perlod Juat
ended waa only 130,500,000. Champagne
dropped from $C,(.,000 tn $.V.,000; silk
lacea from $6,000,000 to $8,600,000, and
? :'? -.--.I fura fr.'m $10,000,000 t.. $7,000,000.
of art were the only artlclea im
']< r thla claaa ahowlng an Increaae, tha
total advanclng from $80,888,88$ to $21,
Witli $573,.10O.O00 in pnods exported
ig tha eleven montha ?-ndpd wlth
May. an Increaae of $145,800,000 over
tha t.'tai for th" aame montha ended
wlth May. 1910, cotton aa uaual headad
Tl ere ? ta a declded falllng off in the
quantlty of lllumlnatlng oil aent nbroad
durlng the eleven montha, the total be
Ing $351,900,000, aa compared wlth $57,
44k?.tmni for the aama perlod last yaar.
There waa an Increaae In exporte <<f
meat and dalry producta of from $120,
100,000 to $185,400,000, and coppar
jumped from $76,400,000 to $80,700,000
J. D. ROCKEFELLER RETURNS
Bnrpriaea Tairytowa Church Folk
by Appcaring at the Service.
john D Rockefeller aurprlaed membera
,.: i e Baptial Church In Tarrytown by
driving down to aervlce wlth two frlenda
yeaterda morning. Every ona auppoaed
. waa In Cleveland. it waa only two
weeka ago thnl he bld tha eongregatlon
goodby aaylng he waa gotns to Cleve?
land for tha aummar He ca i a bn< k to
Tan ? town quli tly al 7 o'clot b yeaterday
morning. and no ona knen he waa hara
untn i. appt ared al church.
When aaked why ha had returned he
.,.,,,i that ha 1 ad wme bualneaa to at
;. ? ,i to wh.it it waa ha wouM nol aajr.
,i. ? timatt .1 that ha arould retum to
. md agaln thla week, bul gava no
? -.. date it waa ballavad Mr.
(:,? ||i ? une Eaal alont. He looked
well and aeamed In good aplrita. After
. , tervlce ha drova bat k to Pocantlco
BOLD ROBBERY IN CHURCH
Masked Man Takes Collection as
Whecling Paitor Is Preaching.
\>. ,.,.:., | w v.i . June '_'?"> Brooka B
treaaurer of tha Plral Chrlatlan |
Church, waa held up by a maaked bandit
and ,1,1,1.. .i of the churt h collection to
daj In the paator'a atudy, whlle a large
ngregatlon waa liatening to the morn?
ing aermon, nol twi nty foel away
Hli faci maaked wlth a handkarchlef,
tha man mada hla appaaxanca through a.
,,-,, door He levellad a revolver al
V: uns, who waa t ountlng the collection,
took the amall baakel and dlaappeared.
Adama In madlatt ly notined the congre?
gatlon, bul no traca of tha robbe? waa
i. und. _ _
ATTACKED BY MUSKRATS
Pittsburg Oirli Thrown Into River
Whilo Fighting Rodents.
,. ? . ? ? n "? ?
PHteburg June ? Baven well known
Ptttaburg glrla had a aarve racklng expert
,n,,. , ararm of n lakral whlla
n, ,,? the Allegheny Blver thla after
. , The young women, chaperoned by
M M. . ..,. Maltland. of Verona wera
?? al Oakmonl Whlk on tht wa lo
Hultori , awarmofaboul twenty ur.ni iaU]
,?d vlcloui m i krata atta ked I em
-ii . ? : ighl deaparatelj wlth their
, I. < t., ? i /,? tht aniinala bll tht
' - \l.. iland Tht Klrh '?' "'" *? >
?"-? ?1'%?2 'ManhTHecr ffi
...,, . . Men who ,wen
r by reacued tht
-MUOGING-' WLL PROTE8TS
Philadelpbia and Washington Police
Heads to See Oovernor Dix.
PBIiadelphla, Jona II *?l.adenl
Tayior of tha Pt lloa Departmenl of thla
,.,ry and Major Bylvaater. Chlaf ol Pt
of Waahlngton, lafl kara <? nlghl foi
nanj whara they wlll arotaat l? Oo arnm
rMX aaninal tht blll recentlj paaaad bj tht
v - v.ai i eel latun forblddlng the pho
roaTaphlng ofprUorSra nntfl aftei tht i a
^'The'poltce offlriala wlll urgt that . W
.,,.,, i.me a laa Ihe aopreheni
"" ' . ... ..ii K<vtloni of iii- <? unti
;',. ^fteffiSdTwlth. -? Photo,
., , rl.ta ronrernlna uaj -?-??' "i
?, p,ngei be exchanged wlth tha pnlke or|
\. m V"i k.
Officials Disallow Jockey's Com
plaint That He Had Been
Crowded at the Ropes.
RACE WON BY FRENCH COLT
No Novelties in Feminine Toi
lets ? Hobble and Harem
Skirts Not in Evidence
Paris. June 23.?The Orand I'rix do
F'arip, th" bltM rlbhOB OVent of the
Fr<^nrh tnrf. waa WOH to day hy Mar
ajula de Oanay'a black three-yaar-okl As
d'Atout by MacdonaJd II. Pranh J
Gould'a bay Combourg waa nerond. eloai
up, nnri Mlchel Ephruaai'a Rngllah hred
Matchlaaa a had thlrd. Tvette, ownad
i>> Maaon Carnee, a New Torfcer who re
si<i. > in Parla, ran unplai ed.
Bvery year the Preaidenl of th<- re
publlc, accompanied by the membera of
the Cabtnat attendi the Orand I'tix de
Parla, which la the cloelng even! of th<
Parta aeaaon. Notwlthatandlng the k>w
ering clouda and t\\o iharp ahowera of
raln, Prealdent Falllerea waa i'i attend
ance to-day, Many dlplornata and a
larfe gatherlng of ao< lety people, as well
as a hoal of Ameiicana who had come
to Lonachampa from the coronatlon,
wltneaaed the race, which proved ? spir
Ited ttrucBie between As d'Atout and
the < touM crack
Both horaaa were al long odda, the
former at 16 to 1 and t > latter at 13
to 1. bul in the stret h they had the race
to themaelvea Coming home to tha wlra
tl - two raced hoad and head, bu! Com
bourK waa in g had poaltlon acainst the
ropaa, and .1. Beiff, who had the mount,
w;u compelled to glve way, and waa
forced to co to the outalde, loaing the
race by ? bare length., Threa lengtha aepa
rated th<. aecond and thlrd horaea Beiff
promptly Bled a proteal aaalnal the arln
ner on the ground thal the rlder of As
d'Atout had forced hlm t<> tha ropea, but
the atawarda refuaed to guataln the ob
The Grand Prlx de Parle la a three
year-old evenl al one mlle and aeven
furlonga The value of the atake thla
year waa $7<X200. AJcantara II, ownad
Baron de Bothachlld, which early In
June won the Rrench Derby, ?<^ ? hot
public favorlte in the bettlng, al '.? t., 10
Alcantara, which had captured the
Derby from Prank .J Gould'a Combourg
by s!x lengtha, eaaed up, lookad t.. have
. aplendid chance for another grea! vlc
At the start Alcani i ame out of the
fli id \Mth a awlnging atrtde, oloae i re ad
by Ak d'Atout and Combourg. Thua thay
ran into tha tinai atralghUway, when
the favorlte weakened, falling bach Into
tha tn. k. Aa d'Atout ami Combourg
roughl it ou! almoal t.. the wlra
Combourg wag heavlly backed for a
place by vlrtually every Amerlcan al the
track, the horae provlng to be worth ?"?
to 1 in the in.y at tha Pui-mutuel
Thua all the Amerlcana wenf, bai k to
In i happy frame "f mlnd. in nota
ble contraal t,. th.- majotity of Pn
? ai-.., had backed Al? antara n to wln
;,, ,i for a plai -. and who aaw the favor?
lte drop out ot the runnlng well befon
The vlctory ol As d'Atout may be con
? ?] ;,s half an Ami rli an vlctory, as
the Marojulee de Oanay, wlfe of the win
nlng owner, is an Amertcan hy blrth.
Hraa formarly Mlaa Ridgeway, of
Tha dtaplay of feminine tolleta to-day '
in the paddoek waa brllllant, bul wag
hardly i onalderad up t- th- atandard ? ?:
prevkraa yeara on a. e< mi of the lai k ol
noveltlea. a remarkable feature ? .
the total dlaappaaram e of the hobble
and harem eklrta._
GIRL FIGHTS STREET THIEF
Assailant Captured After Chase
Confesses in Court.
<,r;,Tu>- H Brawer, twenty yaara old, of
X,,. ISfl North Railroad avenue, Mounl
Vernon, who is locked up In th.- Mount
Vernon poll< - atatlon on th- charge ? ?!
highway robbery, admtttad his guilt
Ve?terday and recalled aeveral lafl
, .,,?],.,i blowa M gg Lllllan Anderaon
Cave him befora he atole har purae, con
Mlaa Andaraon, whoae home la in At
lantlc Clty, waa walking through Val
entlne atreel on Baturdaj nlght, when
Prewer Jumpad oui from bahlnd ? tr-<
and aeiged her rlght band, arlth which
?h< '.'.as rlaaplng her purae atrlng. Bhe
. | ,-. ,| two hi nvy blowa on his noae ind
law with her lafl flat Th. n siw clutched
hig throat, bul he freed himaalf, and bj
plvinc her hand a violent t\\!st, which
nearl) broke her wrlet, he managed t->
?. | poaaeaalon of her purae.
He ruahed down the afreet with Mlaa
Anderaon followlag and calling for help.
pollceman Jamea Relll; appeared on the
m , ,,,.. bul Brawi r i ul acrneg I ita and
eacapad for the tlme belng After a
... , h Bellly found hlm hlding In a
gtabU a! Beventh avenue and lai atreel
The purae waa found In hla i ??? !.? I
i,, the ro!i''- i ourl yeati rd i) the prla
oner pb adi d guilty, He told Judge M<
k M.. ii thal the reaeon he commltted
i!,,. robbery waa becauae b< "waa broke
and needk d thi roonej."
Iljr, bul that glrl dld put up a raal
flght!" ba aald to tha pollceman as be
waa leavlng court.
BOTH LOVED MISS KISSAM
Two Brothers, One 78, Other IS, Rivals
for Her Hind Sea Captain Wins.
i aptaln Charlee K Bemmla, aeventj eighi
.. ,i nld, ? retired eeeman, who nna
in Huntlngton I ong I land la to bi ? .
,;, ,i arithln a fea da i - to Mis ?
aam, tkdrtp nlne yaara old, ?,f Halealti. Long
liland Captaln Bammla haa aeveral
dren, an<i haa baen .. aidowei onlj fou,
n a >.,m the raptabV brotl ? i Rina do,
, elght) threi peara old alan fell in
love with Mlaa Kiaaam, bul hla luil -.v , .
,. 1-, ted Th i.gl I iho il ti ilm i n
l?i|ona !?? Iween thi I an 1 >.. hrkie tn be
, . da ?- '?!? i ol 11 im, knowi
ihroOi houl I -?>i?*r laland i ? namli
, ? . ' berauae I - ha 11 eai .,..;., uki n
the moal haxariBUi blaatlng job
GET Fffae MR
HARD RGHT IN ATT1C
New Rochelle Police Say He Is
One of Piratical Black Motor
CAPTURE DUE TO WOMAN
Mrs. 0. W. Lippinoott Gives the
Alarm as Daughter Gets Gun,
but He "Jimmies" Neigh
After a daanarata strusrsrle !n the atMe
of Vanghan J. Weatherley*a houaa, No.
7-*> Maln street. New Rochella, at B
o'riock yeaterday morning, Bargeanl va
ward DaveaUX and Patrolman JotM M'
' Oowan .ar.tured a man they ballava to
n*> one nf th" craw of a uia'-k motor boat
that robbad aaveraJ wealthy famflleaand
?t<<\o at bast on- valuable motor launrh
wlthln tha laat munth.
Thf pri^'in'-r, who aald ba waa PYanh
t'oltnn and gave a BctltaOVa address In
Mount Vernon. WBg M oadly heaten that
h" COVld make BO statem>-nf to tha polloa
yeatarday. Tha unlfonna <if th" pollca
m"n wrrt- alnvst t..rn fron them in the
it waa throwch Mrs. Oaorga W. Lip
plncott, har daughter Halen, and her aon
Wallace, of No. 1<> Oarden Walk, Home
Park, thal th.- bureiar was capturad. I
Mra. Upplncott waa arouaed by tha
in jae ha mada in hrenkine; th" lo.'k ->t' a
kit.-hf-n wlndow at l ::?' o'cloch paatar
day morning Whlla aha tele|*ciied t
th- poUce, Mlaa Upplncott, who gavaral
yeara aco iwam a quartar of a mlla and ;
teprued a drownin* rhiM in Echo Bay. [
Wenl into tha kltrhen wlth her father's
,-ovolv^r. fnundinj; to l.-t the burglar
? nter tha houae and <~apture hlm. Har
i.roth^r mounted cuard wlth a rlfla at
th*- front of th" house.
Th" burglar changad hla mtnd aboul
cnt'-rinR tha Llpplncott houae, howaver,
and P"inR t? tha h-use of Charlea I'.
Pearaon, n.-xt door, ?^Immled" th.'
kltchen wlndow and want in. Mra. Llp
plncott called np the penrson houaa -.n
tha telephone, and a momanl later tha
burglar waa aeen to leap through tha
Wlndow and run toward Main Btreal
Peveaux and McOowan found prlnta
.,f har.- feet "ti th" la'ppin.otl and Pear
?r.n porchea, and than walted untll day
light to contlnve tha sear< h. They
found that at th" Weatherley house.
two Mocka from that "f th.- Llpplncotta.
a rear wlndow had i.n "Jlmmled." Tha
Weatherleya had gona away for the
pummer. leavlng the houae fully fur
nlahad, puttin* only their allver in aafe
depoatt Th.- poltcemen aearchad the
houpo and f? .nn.i "Colton," barefooted
and hidiniT in a cloaet in th- BttlO.
When th<*y opened th.- Hoset door be
attackad them "CoHan" is a pou-erful
man. and the fipht lasted twenty min
ni.s. When he waa at length overpow
ered and handcnffed tha floor waa cov
ered wlth the 1>1.>'"1 of three man. All
were exhauated, and were taken t.. Po?
ii. a Haadojuartera in the patroi.
The police found aboul $2,000 worth "f
rare brtc-n-brac oll palntlnga and Turk
lah and Peralan ru^s packed in a tar
paulln. Thay bellave "Colton" and hla
confederatea Intended ??> return last
nlght and earry thelr plunder away In
th*- motor boat, whlch haa been aaan
alonK Long laland Bound frequently of
SIX SAVED FROM LAUNCH
Patrolman Swims Back and
Forth in Raging Sea.
Two women and a man balled for thelr
llvaa and for tha llvea of three amall
chlldren yeatarday aftarnoon whlla a rain
aqualL whlch thrasheri up th" watera ??!
Jamalca Bay arlth tt-rrifiv foree. awept
tea after s"a over and into thi ir launt h
and threatened t.. sen.i all t.> watery
in th- launch wera Mr. and Mra. John
Hammond. of N'o 342 Gates avenue,
I-trooklvn. th"lr two Httle grirls, and a
woman friend and her small chlld. Only
f.,r ih" her.iic actlon of poltcemen of
Harbor Bquad <'. who want to the reseim
..f th?- party In the police launch, all
mtiPt hava been l"P'
The ensine had broken and the little
crafl waa aboul to he gwepi onto Ruttb
Bar. a small island. when th" poltca
lannrh hove In sight. The p||ot drove
th- pollca boal cloea to the i.ar. when
Patrolman Tank. arlth an end of a rope
around hla waist. leapad into the surf
and swam to the imperilled launch.
Tank recetved Mrs. Hatnmond into hla
arms and WBg haulrd bark to the pollca
hoat. Again and asrain h" went hack,
takin* off all except Hammond, Who
Wlth the launch in tow the pollca hoat
waa battllng wlth the M<>rm on her wap
hack tn Canarale, when aha came upoo
another.launch whlch alao naaded as
atatance. Bha contalned th" owner,
Benjamln Tlniinone, of Olendale, Long
laland, and three other men. The en
pitie had brokan dOWB. A Une was
pgaafd t.. her and aha was alao lowed
YELLOW MEN JUDGE WHITE
Tokio Court Sentences U. S. Sea
man to Five Years in Prisnn.
T.klo, June ?_'?; John K Atkin<. a
?eaman of th-- Unlted BUtea crulaer
Baratoga, hns been aantenced t.> tive
yeara* Impruwmienl for kiiiinc John i.
Baundera a bluejankel "f tha. Neu Or
laana, In ? Blhl a/hlch act urrad .m June
4 laat at th" Amerl. an Naval HoBpltal
Atkins was tiied bafora three Jap
.,n,.Sl. )iidK"s mi luna 28 Ha araa de?
f, nd. .1 b) Attornej Hatovarna, aon of
th. preeedenl of th<- Dlei it waa simwn
that th.- kininK occuired durlng a i"?
whlla Atkins was intoxhated. II" de?
rlared OB tha stand that h" COUld n..t
reeall the stabMnK of siaund.-ts
The f|u<stlon of the Jnrlsdlitli.n ?-f tha
t,i in"?e courl was regarded In Toklo
ai .-I bnportani "n--. as conetltutlng i
preeedenl in Internatlonai caajaa After
conaultlng wlth Waaltlngton, Rear a -1
mlral Murdoch on June '.? ytelded At
klna to the JapBAeaa authoriace.
BV BLACK HAND'S WORK
Mother of Seven Children Fears
for Dead Husband, Thinking
Him Still Alive.
ANOTHER SWEARS REVENGE
Rushcs Into Tenement Houae
with Hair Flying, Brandishes
Knife and Drives the
Tenants to Shelter.
Thought to he haaana as the result of
the operatkmf oi Btach Hand axents.
two women are In the observatlon ward
at the Kincs Coonty Hoapttal r.peisa
Kray ha:r-.l womnn of BbOOt sixty-twn
yeara ami th- otber is a young arhTe and
th- mother of *?'ven. Th- former Is
thought to ba hapeleaaly maana Thara
is .1 possihi- ebanca for tha young
Laat nlght Bva of the seven ohi!dr<m
,.f Mra, Angallna Mlnerva, of No. 171
i:,? kaway avenue, elapt in Itttla whlta
f-ots in the roon-s of th- Brooklyn <"hii
dren'a Bodaty, in S. hermerhom street.
Of the othera, Jamaa, two montha oM,
waa in the eara ol the Brooklyn clty
nurae, whlle tha oldeat Ntcholaa, who
wlll aoon be aeventaen years old. waa
alone In tha aqualld Itttla rootna thal tha
woman and children knaw as their home
atnce the husband ar,d fath'-r. Vin-enzo.
dtod last Decembar from imannaonha,
Beveral Italtana had waybtld him nne
night aeveral weeka pruFtoual! b"'1 at
tempted to beal out hla llfa with eJuba
becauae he falled to meet their demandg
for monej He waa ? ccnahructlon boss
f.,r the Long laland Railroad, and nsdde
from thla alao contractad for excavat
ing. He waa thought to he ri-h. and one
day a letter marked with tha Fiens of
the Black Hand came to him. Onuthoo
aand dollara waa wanted.
it was whiapered laat niejht by a iare
fui [talian of th- ciony that Mlnerva
ctmpromtaed by pnyir? n amall eum.
The demand was later repeated, ami
when he refuaed to pmy tha agents lay
in wait for him. Friends found hlm
when dayllght came and took him home.
The beatlng broughl on pneumonla and
he dled, leavlna Itttla monay.
Two montha ago the aeventh < hlld was
born. There was hiat anough for a dor
t, ;? and medlclne for the mother. The
? hildren began to suff-r from huncr
v. ighbora htlp^d them a llttle. Thay
?., leave thetar comfortable home and
move Into the pooraat llttle tenement
moms. <'ften the bahies oried for tOOd
when there was not evan a rrust f..r
the mother to glve them. At tlmag when
there waa f od ahe would not <at, in or
dar tliat th-re would be more nourish
ni-nt foi them.
BatUI la] the mothrr's mind gave way
<ntir-iy. Bhe acreamed about tha
"Black Hand'e" trylng to klll Bar bue
band and In her mleerable mind ahe
aeemed to think him still allve.
?Th-y will klll him, kill hlm, my Vtn
,-, ? i ??" ahe ahrieked,
\. ':..>'b'T^ and pollcemen found moth?
er and children raffertng from atarva
"Her mind is gone," said I >r. MrfVr
iiT'tt. who waa called t.> attend the
woman. Bhe was taken away and the
. hildren were aent elaawhara.
A wonian nam-d Saladino, the pollce
belleve, is the other auffarar
"The eonaptratora kllled my loved one
and non th-y would rob m-i" crled the
old woman, her hair Rytng behlnd har
as ghe tush-d into a tenement house at
No 10 New Jeraey avenue, branriinhins
I large knife "I'll kill them all"" gha
rrted Pollce and tir-men raptured n^r
on the roof of th- hon.op flhf was bound
with ropeg and takefl to the hospltal
"Th- Blach Hand rnined me. bul 1*11
cet revenge!" she repeate as she ||ee in
th- oheervatlon arard. The vnman's full
Idi ntitv and hlatory are a mystery to the
BOMB WRECKS AWNING STORE
Black Hand Activity Blamed?Win
dows of Car Shattered.
A bomb. which la auppoaed tr' have been
plared in the doorway by Black Hand
membera, arracked tha awntoa atora of
Vlncenao Dalllo, on the ground floor of
N'o ith l^xinKton avenue, late la?t ninht.
Thr axploeion a's.> shatt^reri the wlndowa
of a Lexlngton avenue aurface <ar tvhi.h
waa paaaing, Beveral peraona who were a
shnrt dlatance away arere knork-d down.
Mallio rlenled that he had reeelved any
demanda for monay from Rla.-k Hand or
ganixatlona in the exeltement aotne on*
turned In a fire alarm, but the apparatua
was not needed. Dr McDonald, of Harlem
HoapitaJ, attandad thOM who arere kno. k*d
. 1..... n
?BOUTWELL" BELIEVED INSANE
Man Who Beat Girl He Was About to
Wcd Ca'ises Pandemonium in Jail.
I iu xi I arai n - The Trll a
Peneacota, Pla., luna 2T> "Leonard J.
Boutwell," who beal nnmerclfulti the ?iri
he waa aho.it tn marry yeaterday, la in
.;(,,, ,, ,s belleved Laat Blgbt hin bowl
Ing, laughlng and waaplna aapt the jail
, are In ? pandemonium. h eomtnfjxdon
arlll he nppolnted to-morroa to examlne
Into hla sanity.
The poung woman *aid siu- lafl Nafi Or
.. tna about thrae montha ago te K*t away
from him and that ?he dtd not know u*
w?s in the .ll\ BUtll < all-d lo the BOnM of
I,,. aard .' BoutweUH waa relaaeed from
.. aboul ten dir ? BK... iftcr | perlod
,,' oheervatlon aa to hla aardl followlng
,?,,,,,,.! to kni himaalf bi re. He w.m
KANSAS SIZZLING IN HEAT
MaiCBTJ, ClimbB to 114 Mark. Breaking
Records for Twenty =ix Years.
Kanaaa Clty, Juaa ?> A aeorehtat wmd
from the aautli bk*w to-day nter eaatera
,,,,.| ,-ntr.i! K.ir,>as and we.afarn Mia*ouri,
a^ndlng 'ti lemperaturee o> new blgb ree
oftjg in iCenaaa ,-it\ the temperature
,, j... .ipki. i Al Balta i and M<
, , Kan . the tempei iture re.i. bed
IM degrfee breaking racorda t.-r the laat
twenty-ata yaara At Oklahama Clty taa
maximum umparature waa Ba, whlle m
degreea waa rafordad at Btai IrwaU, oku.
THE MAINE HIDES SECRET
Cause of Destruction Will Never
Be Known, Says General Bixby.
TampB, Fla . June -J.V-'The serret of
the deetruction of the battieship Maina
wlll never be known." aaid (Jeneral W.
H. Bixby. r-hlef of enaineers In dBUga
Of the WOTk of raistng the Malne. BBOfl
i,is arrlval here to-day from Havana
The destru.tlon of the vesael was BUCh,
savs tSeneial Bixby. and the deteriora
tlon haa been so great. that It wlll be
Impoaatbte to tall wnathar the ship was
blown UP from a force wlthin or wtth
The graataat for.-e, bpwavar. was from
the inslde. mdSCBtlBg that the forward
rnagaxlne had exploded. Wlbtthar this
was from a sympathettc aSfdOBaOfl CBUaad
by a torpedo from the outslde may fOt?
ever remaln a agaatary.
Oeneral Bixby says that linless the
frajrment of a torpedo ta found ther" is
no way of r.mneeting some outslde
agency wlth the btowlag up of the vaa>
? We do not expeot to flnd any human
ramalna," Oeneral Blxny said. 'The
creWa compartBaenta have dkaaxapaaiaal
Wornon and Children Killed by
Turks and 25,000 Starving.
Vienna. June 25.- Reliable advlees
hava been rOCClved h"re from Albania to
the effeet that the altUBtlOB there is ex
tremely erltlcal Turkap haa maaaad
fifty thouaand troops aithlfl a day's
march "f tha atontenegrin frontier.
Ci artaa R. Crana, of CbJeago, who has
.iust arrlved al Vienna from Cettinje,
after traveraing Albnnia. deserlbes eon
dltlona there as absolutely IntOlerebU
Tha Turks. h" pavs. are devastating
wh..le dlatrlctB, kllling prisoners. women
refugeea and children, hurnlnf? houses
?and cropa and blowtng up churcbee. A
laige body Of Albanian women and ehil- ?
dren it now caught between two wings |
,,f th" Turkish army and es? ape is im
Mr. Crana adds that fwenty-flve thoti
laand women and ehildren have fled to
! Monteneuro and are starving there. thelr
only nvans of gubeletence l^inK hoiled
araaa and varioua roota they are able to
| gather. _
' M0 WATER FOR FIREMEN
jHouse Destroyed as They Seek
i Vainly to Get Stream Started.
The aummer home of aflchaal a. C,
j Levy, at Rlver Road and Dyekman
atreet, Inw.1. waa t< -1auy destroyed by
iei nlght becauaa flremen -^ouid not
get water and the nr"b?.at Willett was
I,,-, ,??:.. ti, land ? Mna of boaa Th" blasa
started in the rellar and was dtecovered
hy Mr. Levy and geveral gueata as they
,,:.. at dlnner ahortly after $ o'ctoek.
Mr. Levy and some of his friends ran
irto the rHIar and formed a bucket bri
gade. Another guest *ot into an BaraB
moblla ind drove a mile to Academy
atreet and Broadway, the nearest flre
alarm b"X. The ttames pained rapid
headway, meantlme, and drove the flre
Hghtera from the cellar. They then car
rted out palntlnga and othar things untti
the flamea broke through the floor of th.
When the engine < ompanies arrlved it
was found there were no water r-onnee
tiona near th" houaa, and tha tirenun
had ti. Ilnk thr.-e englnaa at totervaJa
before they eould get a atream from a
For a time the hOBiaa Of Tommodor.
Treat. of tha iBWOOd Ufe Savlng Corps,
and thoee Of William Burns and Cac
nellua Kahlen were threatanad.
Ptreman Predertck Tarby. of Hook
and Laddar Companp 96, was hurt by a
aactlon of falllng roof The loss was es
tlmated at gjMjOft _
CATCHES FALLING CHILD
Hold Slips, and She Fractures
Skull_First Thought for Doll.
An unidenttfted man tried to save the
llfe of two year-old Hannah Koppelman.
Of No 1686 First evenue, by c-atrhing
her as she fell from a front wlndow of
her grandmother's hoBM, on the thlrd
floor at NO 79 Rivigston atreet. yesterday
afternoon. His hold sllpped and she fell
to the p.vement. fraeturing her skull.
Patrolman Walsh .-arried the rhild to
her grandmothar and called an ambu
lanee from rjnuverneiir Hospital.
She regatoad ronsriouaness for a few
mlnutea and asked for her doll. It waa
brought to her, and shortly afterward
ahe "as agatn unconeelousness, holdlng
the doll tlghtly in her arms. The par
entg Of the llttle Rirl were away at the
tlme of the acetdent and Mrs. Koppel?
man would not ronsent to have her re
moved to the instltution. although Dr.
Bbetiae, who had ? ome wlth an ambu
lanre. told h.r lt would probably aave
I.lttle Hannah was watehlng her nine
year-nld brother Renjamln flylng a klte
on th" thlrd flooff platform of the flre
aacape, and leaned out of the wmalow to
catch a ball of cord that was rolling off
the platform when she fell.
RUNAWAY AIRSHIP HURTS 4
Drags Aviator 200 Feet and
Bowls Mechanics Over.
Mlneoua, Lcng Island. June 2.V?A run
gway airship on the (JhaPOBB Clty avla
ili.n betd to-day injured fmir men and
flnally amnnd up by wiauklng Kaetf.
None of tha Injured. however, was aerl
oualy hurt. The monoplane whlch
cauaed tha trouMa is a new Bbtchlna
th.it Andre Haupert, Inetrnctor .-f th.
Molaanl avtatlon achool, tooh on tiu
II. I.l u-v a trj -out to-iU> .
II, n w tn tht ,nd nf the fleld and
than altghted ta adjual tha raar "levHt
ing pfaanea Tha aagjlna was lefl al half
apeed. After mak*ng tha adjuatment,
and Jual aa Haupeii was gettlng Into
tht machlne, it itartad "ff, and ha area
thrown to the ground. He pluckll) held
,, ,md waa dragged aboul two bua
dred f'-et Wlu-n he releast-d hla h?dd
th?- machlne started gcroaa the araatarn
. ml of tha Bald. Three merhanlea tried
to head off the airship, but It lowlaal
them over, ona after the ..ther. ai
though repeatedly kno,-k?-d down, the
mechanlca kepl after the machlne, untn
i it flnally ran iBtO BB embankment.
j A COLORADO VACATION?LOW FARES.
IK.uk laland'a ona Dlght traina. mnrnlnK
and e\.-ninK. from ChlCBgO and St I,oiil*
comblna apeed and comfort Bookleta and
ti.^k-ts, 4"i Broadway -Advt.
His Dying Regrct Was That He
Could Not Save Miss Wilson
and Miss De Haven.
KERR'S CONDITION CRITICAL
Thurlow Weed Barnes, 2d, the
Host of the Party, Probably
Will Recover from
'Hy r*>a;rnph f? Th* T-lbun?. 1
Nantu. krt. Maaa . June 2.".? Three
liv.s were arfpad r<nt BlfBflBt In a twlnk
llng, and tWO ofher persons are. on the
lisf of ilantrerouslv injured. one of whom
is not expected to raoovar, as the resuit
of th- t^rrlhle flre of yesterday whieh
destroyed the handsome hoathouse of
Willlam Barn-s, jr.. of Albany, on Com
Miss Hnlen Wilson, twenty-one years
old, the dausrhter of Mr. and Mrs Henry
R. Wilson. of New York I'ity. and Miss
Mlldred Da Haven, elght-vm years old.
dautfhter of Hugh I>e Haven. of Brook?
lyn. were both burned to a rrl?p, nnd
(Jlyaaa Pahud, twanty elght yeais oid,
butler and valet for the Harn^s family.
dled about mtdnight as the resuit of hia
injuries, larg<My re.elved in unsm'i eSs
ful efforts to save the young weaaaaa,
Thomaa Kerr, of Hew York Clty, a
friend of Thurlow Wee.l Barnes. 2d, llea
to-nlght ln a pre.-arious rondition. and
small hope is en ertained for his reeov
-ry. Thurlow H aad Barnes, 2d, Is nnw
at the family home henv. and. whtie suf
ferlng terrihy, U expected to reeover.
The flre has plunged the whole islami
into gloom. It was undoubtedly the
worat ever knowa in the hiaiory of tha
The flre broke out at 5:.V? p. m. Thur?
low Weed Barnes, -M. who had beea
graduated from Harvard laat week. had
arrived here oniy a few days ago for tha
summer. Yesterday he lnvited a party
of friends for a sailing trip in the har
bor, and .m their r^turn to the boathouse
arrr.r.gements were being made for a
dinner party. During the day the boat?
house had been -leared and the fioora
had been rubbed with gasolene in pr<-pa
ration for damMng.
It was a merry partv of young people
ripht in the flush of young manhoo.l and
womanh.iod whieh enter-d 'he boat*
Bouaa to prepare for the festlvitica, and
their merry !aught-r sound'd OVUf the.
pla. id waters T'uring the merrytnaking
one of the young m-n. Whlcfa one no one
se-ms to know, linht-d a , lgarotte and
threw the hlazing mat.h to tha tlo?,r. ln
an instant the floor seemed to bu^st Into
a ?hp?>t of flame.
Miss Oe Haven Tries to Subdue Flames.
Miss Pe Haven had lefxed a plai e ?,f
rloth lying on the fjoor and attempted to
stop the rtam-s, but l.-r ftimay dreea
enu^ht flre and she wus enVBtoped in
tiames in a Beoond. Meanwhlle th
Othera in th- party had started for
the doors, and som<' of th-m smv.-ed. d
ln es<~aping from the room. Thurlow
Barnes, as h- raacked th.t< r door,
?eemed to r*alfz- what had happened,
and. turninn to the paofHa on th. wharf,
ahoutad, "My Ood! I have 1-ft th- ?irls
lnsld-"' and turn-d to thHr r-s. ua
Ulyaae Pahud, th.-. valet was rieh; be.
fore hlm and att-mpf.-d t?> reacue th*
blazing sirl Miss H'l.n Wilson. who
had eseaped from th" room. turn-d ba. k
to the resruo of h-r frbmd and hr-r dr-ss
alsoranght flre. The flames were by this
time eatlng their way up the walls, and
the young men ahoajtod to th- cirls to
run for the doors. Mr Barnes, Mr Kerr
and Mr. Pahud miceeeded in aacaptnga
but as they did BO the draft cloaad the
door to the room and the spring loefeg
loeked the two gtrls ln a CBUldroa of
Miss Phoehe Judkins. of Maw York;
Miss Tanner, of Buffalo; Henry Wilson.
jr., nnd Ruth Wilson, brother and sistep
of one of the victims, aurveeded in mak
ing their esoape from the south eaaaj of
An alarm had been sounded and the
flre department responded. The hoat
riouae was one. mwii of flames on Its ar
rival ajid in snite of every effort the
building was burned flat In less than
half an hour. The scenes about tha Sr<?
aa the two vletims were burnerl was
heartr*>nding. Mr. Barnes. Mr. Kerr and
Mr. Pahud wer^ taken at o-co to the
home of T)r. Urouard, where. their in?
juries were attend-d.
Brother and Sister Restrained.
Henry L, Wilson, jr., and his sfster
were with diffiVuIty restrained frem
rushlng to the asslstanre ?,f their sistep
in the blazing huildlng. They were
flnally indueed to retnrn to the hoteU
where their mother was staying. Hish
ing into the hotel. he eried: "Hel-m !s
burned to a erisp ln the flre. mother; Wg
did all we could to save her, but it was
no use!" Both mother and son .-ollapsed
in eaah othet'g arms.
Pahud was terribly burned about the
body and Itihaleil a gr? at deal of tho
iiiiiii'. Hla aaua was one maaa of bn?
ters. but be abowed r. inarkahlo couraga\
He was practically puUad away from thi
burnlng building. after he had fo^.-ei hU
way into it agam and again, md fought
to go ba.k to the res.-u- of the iin'ortu
aate gtrtg He dled about mtdnight.
Jrst b^f'ore his d-ath h- arouaad him
tetf and said hr?\'-l\ : "I knOU I agg m>t
golng to Uva, but i Riii onli aorrv tiiat
I couMn't aava the gtrla, i did the beet
I i-ouid.'" with thla he lapaed Into un
,vns. tou.sne.~s, from Which be never to
To-day Mr. Barnes and Mr. Kerr were
r*inov-.l to th- BarPQB summer hoin-.
where they are under the . onsfant eare
of j.hysblans Miss Tanner and Miaa
Judkins aro ? ompletely nvfivomc hy th*
fatalities Neither was able to-day to
glve a ver>' eoherent story of th* <\r*.
The,y say thal eveFFthlng bappened ao
Huddenlv that they can hardly real
"It seenis like a terrible niahtmare.''
s.iid Miss Tanner to-day "I remember
s?-elng the flre fash and of rushing for
th* door. but I don't know how I ever gaa|
out of that terribl.- place."
Neither Mr Barnes nor Mr. Kerr could