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IIDROWN WEN TUG
Five Others Scramble for Lives
as Stout Craft Capsizes at
Jersey City Pier.
BUNKERS BEING FILLED
Load Snpposed to Have Shifted
_Divers Recover Bodies
After Searchlight Res
,. me_ were drowned and flvp
,i narrow esrapes from a rtm
? i, e*irly yeaterday nwenlng.
. blg Lehlgh Valley Railroad
ieing loaded wtth coal al
her pier, at Johnson avenue, Jersey
?udSenly turned turtle and sank
Im bottom of the rtver. The capela
Ing is believed to have been dus to the
ih.tt the coal wltb whlcb ih* was
I lHden waa lo.nli'd tOO much on
ona side. Tho bodles of the drowned
nvn were reeovered bv divers.
The OoneOOO, a V?'.-foot bOOt, of all
. oooatructlon, had bee? taking on
tor several bOUTS, and her bunker*
were almost full at the time of the ae
cMant Charles Moore. her captain.
went on shore about 3 O'clock, leaving
a cr?W of seven men on board. Four
of these men were helping tM\ the
bankera, passing the coal from a
lighter alongside into the hold.
Fred Wolf, of Tlighland Park. N. J..
the cnglneer, and George Fonlck, of
Morris street, Jersey City. his flreman,
wera down in the englne 'oom. A man
nnnied Tusieano. the steward, was also
below docks when the boat capslzed.
Just after one of the blg Bteel buc kets
had dumped Its cargo of coal Into one
of the bunkers on l? e port side of the
tug thero was a auddon lurch. causing
ihe bulk of the coal on deck and in the
bankera to shift euddenly. This threw
almost the entire welght of the many
10414 of coal to the left side of the Oen
and the boat turned complctely
m up, as a tin can might were a
heavy stone to be placed on one side of
il. The thing happened so quickiy and
: olaeleMly that the men on the deck
ime only to make a wild scramble
for the pier flooring. yelling for their
, oniradfs in the hold to ruu for their
Woif and Fonlck. bowever, were
i their bunki and were caught
?r>ts in a trap.
The steward. who had been ln th.'
hen the shlftitig coal nnd in
? g water warned him by their
H i .,r, ran tip on deck, but WOM
\ |n tiie whbrlpool of watei i ? ua i
?taklng boal and sucked be?
i ? .t'i tim ?urface. Wheat he iTtme uy
ln, tho fiiur members of tlie craw
Ktlttf 041 the pier threw him a rope
im | uDed him to safety.
rh?j i r sanh la leos than two
minutes, onlv her funnel showing
- the water. The survivors
procured imvboats and plicd
t- the subnierged tug for more
tiinn an hour, hoping to save Wolf and
k BearchUghts were also called
nnd the otarch for Ihe bodies
contlaued nntll daytlgbt when it was
bul certain that the two men had
. i sught ln the hold of the Of_S> 0,
divers were summoned, and after an
hour's hard work they succeeded in
flndlag trrfbodifs of the drowned men.
WOrs in their bunks, the positlon
: ths bodlea Indlcatmg that they had
mads frnntic efforts to escape.
<'apta:n Moore. who was at tlie dock
? after the sinking of his boat. said
i ho avcident was undoubtedly due to
Iaa4_4f the Oenesee lmproperly. BS
said the tOg had a stout steei hull, and
?he was WMterliKht. BMfortS to
tha boat will be made to-day.
"OILER" TO BE BUILT HERE
N. Y. Navy Yard, Though Out
bid, Will Divide Contract.
Wa?hington, Nov. ..?Indications nr*
that the New York and the Mare leland
navy vards will dlvid* two bip contractj.
that will ?ive emplovmeiit to several
hundred men for a year or more. The
?itutfon of cmd* petroleum ln largi
iart for coal as the fuel for the new bat
Ipg has made neres.sary the construc
I new tvpe of naval auxiliary lo
? ment the present colller.
SSS authorlzed the construction of
ullprs" at a cost not to exceivi
< <vrt each. to be built at ravy yards.
irhlle the prellmlnary Hds rhow that
U\nre ISlaad yard ls prepared to do
i . erorh at a lower flgure, than th* New
Yorh yard, W i* prebaMs that the work
Wlll be divlded between them.
f <.,o ot tho "oilera" is needed on the
Ntlantle coast. and the Mare Island jrard
w about to und'-itake th* OOOStru?
of th<? two s;uiilio;itH Monoc?<y and
wblcb wiu probaMy tax us re
GRAMERCY DAY PLANNED
>Tei?hborhood Association Asks
Churches to Observe Next Sunday.
Ihc hurnbss Rretesiant, CatboU
lewlsfe in ths dlstrld he
. M-t 7lh snd KaM -" ' '""
nfth svsaus t" the :?:? sl Rlv< i
n reqoeeted bjf tb< Or*
i;ui(.i, 10 Ol
- . ? ' 1 ' ;
-.iiorl.ooil Day, A ' "
, ut t-. i ii ti.e ehurehes In lh<
wl i ! ti ?? are forty-a ?
in,ii. stlng the non-sei l
.,. u-r uf u ? i ssoctatlon's sctl\1tb -
Tin letter la '' ?'
;.,, <?:" i.: hurch
ftf),; .. _pf < 'atholle ?'' ??! llli o'. Ihe
ner. tii"/'I<t. Isdgwlck, rectev of Cal?
I Bplseopal Churcli; the
i it c r. Wenner, pastor ol Uhrl i
Luthersa Chureh, *<!"' RaW^I J. '?
Magnes. ehairman i I l '"'?' ' om
,,,im. <? i,t the ??
i, t-. r sayi thal wtali ih<
. mi iiapri.vi m -t of condltlona HI
ol i-' | obli
?I ji ? "i.. bi
??. .. igtaborbood.
11 JERSEY PAIffilN
HT; BOTH MAY DI.
One ReGeives Four Bullets, but
Breaks Foeman's Skull with
Blow from Blackjack.
West Hoboken Scene of Early
Morning Duel, but One "Cop"
Hails from Jersey City
Twa patrolmcn met in West Hoboken
and fought early yeaterday mornlnc,
jiikI as a result one of thfl men lfl in the
North Hudaon Hoapltal arlth two bui
letfl in his abdomen, one bullet in thfl
baek BBd a f.mrth lfl the should.t.
The other man lfl iu thfl satnt. hospltal
wlth a fructured Pkull.
Stephen Costello, taroBty-aeven years
old, of No. 788 Ocean avenue, Jaraay
Clty, lfl attai hed lo the Communipaw
BVaaUfl fllation there. and Johfl Diet
riih, also twenty-aavaB yeara old, of
Kim atreet, Weat Hoboken, is a mem?
ber of the force of that place. Coatallo
ls the man shot four tinies. and Diet
rn h was his antagontst. The surgeons
toid COatallO last Blght ha would die,
bUt he declined to make a statement
regarding the aflair. Dletrich, they
Kuid. had a sllRht chance b> recover.
Captain Walter I'sher, of the West
Hobokan POlleO, who has been maklng
bb Inraatisatlon Blnce the t'ight, has
lieen unahle to flnd out what sinrted
Aa near an Captain Tsher could gather
they met nt Pallaadfl avenue and Cort
landt atreet, West Hoboken, flhortly
bafora r> o'clock yeaterday mornlng.
Neither nian was In unifonn.
.Dietrich trled lo arrest COfltellO, but
Costello reslsied. nnd thaa Dletrich
pulled out a blackjack and was aboul
to use it, when Costello grappit I Wltb
him, and in the Bciiflle which eaflUfld
Coste.i-i got the weapon.
Dletrich then pulled out blfl rerolrer,
and Costello. hoping to flaVfl bla llfe,
struck him ovr the head witli the
blackjack Juai as Dletricta flrr-d the re?
rolrer. A second, third and fourth
Bhot rang out ln quick succession, and
Costello dropped to the ground. Dlet?
ri. h was able to get a few fret away,
and then ho, too, dropped, BCCOrding to
this version of the flfiht.
special offb-er Lehrklnger, who was
Bttracted by the abota, ran up. and
found the patrolmeB aaconaoloua a few
!. "t upart on the sidewalk. Ile called
an an.bulance from the North Hudaon
Hoapltal, and the two wounded men
were mahed to t'iat Inatltutlon.
They were tevived at Ihe hoapltal
.ifter (otiBiderable rfforl, and Captain
ent tb.-re to l.-arn what caused
the trouble, He ?aid Coatello refufled
to say anythlng about the flffair. bum
that Dletrich, who aeemod wiiiing to
talk, could DOt, as tlie blow he re
? eiveti on the head Reemed to have
paralj led his tongufl"
The Jeney Clty poiic* can ihrow no j
V\,ii t on the affair, eltlier. Costello waa I
not on duty at that hour, and lt wafl
| not known what he was doing ln West j
Hoboken, <>r how long he had been I
thero before the shooting occurred.
Sergeant Copeland, of Weat Hoboken, i
said laal niKht that Dietrich. before j
he loat consctousness, toid l.im thfl
atory of the flhootlag.
According to Copeland, Dletrich naw
a man trylng to *cpt into the Mountaln
Houae Cbfe. on PaMflade avenue. Dict
rl< h wenl up to him. thlnklng he was a
burglar, and demanded to know whal
he was doing there.
Costello toid him it WBfl none of liia
buahieaa, and was placed under arrest.
Ostello put up h fiKht, and Dietri< h
pulled out his blackjack to use it.
<'ostello took lt away from him, and
beat Dletrich over Ihe head. Then
Dletrich aald. tn cordinu to Copeland,
he pulled his revolver nnd fiied the
Ai far a* could be leafned from thelr
friends the two patrolmr-n were siran
gera. Coatello- friends in Jeraey Clty
<lid not believe the story that Cnstello
tvus trylng to get Into the cafi nt that
hour of the. mornlng, and they Insisted
that a thorough inve.stlgatioti of the
shooting be made and that nothlng is
i orered up."
BLOWN FROM UNDER AUTO
Machine Explodes When Driver
Is Tinkering with It.
I-'rank Flegel, of No. 23 Leroy stre.-t
in thls clty. was aeverely injured
? nlght, whlle at work under his
automoblle at Hafltlnae-on-Hudaon. Ho
j was blown frora under the machine
. ti.o gaaolene tank exploded and
I hurled over a fehce. After having hla
j.ut? treated he lefl on u car for New
', The automobile, which is oWBed hv
J. M. Weich. proprletor of the Grand
Opera House, In AIanh.ilt.ni. was
Plegal had heen to the Rt. Clair A< fld?
. ui^- w Ith George Welch, the twelve
nid son of blfl employer. and wafl
i ii blfl way baek to Manhattan. when
ere waa a backflre from his mufll.-r.
ile atopped the (ar and c.avlcd under
r. with ihe Intentlon of releasinK the
?;? ne and eavirig the mr from beinjf
[hurned. it was arhlle be was lyinp
UDder tbe car that Ihfl gasolene ex
TO ASCEND FOR ALTITUDE
Aviator Will Take Woman for Her
First Ride, Perhaps a Mile in Air.
?\i'i Mra laabella Patteraoa, of Van?|
i couver, k. C, as hla baaaflagar, Harry
i.m; Brown wlll attempl to breeB
\ . B_B>epfar altltude recoM j
to-nacrrew. Ta <i< this he wiii hava
tn mi i I Bllle ln tlie ;i|i.
Mra Patti reon navei bt fora ha* had
'. i,.,. in .-.ii aeropla ? ??
*l'ii.ni v III ba attempted ,-t the j
,,.,i,ii. al - ? - r.i" ;"~" '" ? '? '
j. tlon mi 11 '.'t Oakwood H" s'"'- -I i*?o|
$1 TO JOHNSON FORAUTOGRAPH
Progressive Admirer Slipped Bill in Govemor's Hand
and Darted Away?Another Gave Him
Set of Roosevelfs Works.
When Governor Johnson sturts back
to CsllfornlS Iie will carry with him a
number of presents received from PTO
gre?sives dming his ten weiks' c.'iin
paign tour. Au.ong them srs tho fol?
a fountain pen fiom a ByracuM ad?
mlrer. with the lajunctloa th.it he sign
his flrst otlkial doi ument with lt "upon
A hand-palnted vase, decorated wltb
? mooaa head. The ffrer praaanted lt
to him up iti Maine, the home Of Ihe
A set of the work" of Theodors
Roooerelt, oontalnlng sll of hls mea
sages und state papers.
i An original cnrtoon show ing Father
Penn welcoming the Governor into
, Scrnnton, Penn.
Innumerahle cigars. among which
! was one "Bull Mooaa" aud one "Presl
j dont Taft" brand.
A dollar bill which tlie Governor put
into the Progressive oontributinn bas?
ket. A man who had obtained the
Governor's autogrnph slipped the dol?
lar into tlie nanrtklatsfl hand and then
darted away before the rcclplent could
hand it back.
The Governor spent yesterday auletly
here. He will speak at noon to-day in
Provldence, R I, and to-night ln
Immigration Officials to Hear
Interesting Case To-day.
THOUGH HOME AWAITS HIM
But Father Cannot Afford to
Educate Child to Prevent His
Being Public Charge.
Ths board of Hp.>.-ial Inquiry ?t I
KumJ Wlll peifS loil.iy upon ons of ti.e
must Interesting cases thal has coms W
this country. II has ta dedds whether or
not tV'ii Morrls, bllnd and seven rears
old. wiu bave to en baeh to Dublln, afr
a trl|> thi- Chlld made to thi* COUtttry to
Uvs srlth his parents ln Akron, Ohlo.
ThS llttln fillow Is tho son nf R
William Morr.s. who sams to this country
two years aso, and is ihiiv employed
rubber dlpper ol Lawadals ? iburb ol
Akron. . he I i bad poor , Islon sl ?
sad ?n o|n ratloa waa pstformed "ii hls
c i s when two ? ears old. bul he i?- i
totally bllnd. Tlie < lo. r IfOfl
rsmd ;r. t . Iry In tbe
of establisblng _ hoiw here, but, fsaiing
that the Immlgratlon oflV " i I nol
edmlt tbeli Mlnd i b Id, lel i im ???? Itii rela?
Uvea in DubU i.
Mr. Morrls, H ls said, communicatsd
aith KIlls Island ankitik foi II foi
__* in how bs could brlng bb bllnd son t-i
thln country snd bavs blm admitted.
Boon after thm Mra Chrlstopber M ?
Bweeney, a relatlve In Oreenburg, Penn.,
wis aboul tn sall for Ireland wltb bei
two children, and M< i - * aed ber i"
brlng Ihs boy to Amei lea.
Bhs nrrtved ben ? lb i
chlld on tl Bla i nd would
been pei mitted to land n ith in i ?
young chlldi - n had shi nol ? ?
poisry gua ''?'
huHband Is not \ . . .
though ba h_.> applled for hla flrnl i i
ami bhe could not avol- de enl
v. we of _u Aijki lean ? ?
As soon as tbs Ifmrlns Hosi H i
examlned Cedl Morrls ??? terdi
was ordered lo ECllit Isl ind Hl? I itbi l
and Ifra. MacBwei at y'e hu
the pii r tu greel ths homecomera, but!
were unaMs tn do aaytblng io pn tnt
The bllnd boy, recognlsli i
voli e rusbed Into ths arms of tb.
? ulii nol _i?. He sat \iy?n bl fath- |
? ib knfs and eisa d I ?, snd ln t irtbei
reoognltlon of tbs meetlng fell
llght ths face, shoulders, collar snd hal
if tho elder Morrls.
Tbs man from Akron wai loath l
compaay wltb bls boy nnd was allowed
to aceompany hnn to KUts tsland. A i
i Hhe had broughl blm to this country snd
would bavs lo ai ? ? oueei ?ns l efon
tbs board ol Inquiry, Mrs, Ma Bweew
alao bad to t" to ths Island, when
may be detalned ??? ?t >b! daya
Ths law does not permll tb.porta
tion of tm elieu under slateen, excepl bs
bs nocompaalsd bj a pareal oi soms rela?
tlve, nnd mdess tbs bllnd chlld's mother
or fatber agraea ts go bach to Dublln U
likely that Mrs Mai BWSCney Wlll bS ?
.,? ompany ths i hlld If ths board c
ir tbs elder Morrls can prove lo tha
board tbat tbs chlld wlll bi sdocated and
trlll not bscoms n publlc charse, bls so i
may bs admitted to tbs oeuotrj on thej
Bllng of s bond.
it hu/- been tbs slm of tbs Immigration
law/to keep oui of tbs country aii allena j
likely to snter public Instltutlona As thi
educatlon of young Morrls In s prlvats in
I stllulion for the bllnd would !><? more than
I tin. parents oonld afford, u is likely thai
' bii Inflrmlt) wlll causs hls depoi
NO WESTOHESTER STRIKE.
Strcetcar Employes Reach Agreenient
Ths thrsatened strike of streel ai em?
ployes In foaksrnj New Rochells an.i
Mount Vernoa wlll not taks place. As ???,
resull of a conference held on Bai
night and far into Hunday mornlni
twssn reprsasntatlvsa or ths ronkera
Btreel Ballwny Compaay snd the v
ehester Blectrle Railroad Company on tbe
4ns side and the Amalgamated 1 socts
llon of atreet and l.leetrlo. fUllWa) Em
ptoyss of Amerlea on ths other, ths
cultles ever agreement on salarles -pf em-'
ployes snd othsr worklni eoodltlons bava
Tbs ronferancs wss n flnsl effort to
... h an agreement on ? contre< l affect
,. |h< n attera ln dlsputi. whli h h >?
e for the last fl e
i,:it ha- ren lined wll oul atgnatures ow
ins 'to tbs railroad eompanns
Ing in ths hands of reeelTers V h
ths dlschargs of th" recehrers ths union
.n asked ror ? slgnaturs to I ? i
msat, wbi >> was refuaed by Ihs new pres
i-.ient of the two roada, Fraderlch W
Wbltrtdge. Ths oonferancs resulted In
tne raeognUhm or tbs agreament, wblch
wiu remaln ln fores a* in tbs paat it
eontlnnss the ogiatlng wags soale, boura
and OtbSC MSldltlona and (ttrtber prnin
\mee no iisi rin inaiiou agalnal tbe imlon
LEGAL AID SOCIETY DINNER.
Tba Lagal aJd Boch t> wlll boM ? din?
ner ?t thS Waldorf-Astorla on Sati.nl.i .
Sovember M. Dctsgatsa of ths legal ?">
..,,. ieilea of ol Iv i ? Itlss, ? bo ;i atts '1
ii.oad oonvsntlon to be in Id on thi
,,,,, oa- i\:ii bs Ihs gnssts ..f tbe ? ?
. . i.i- epl H .? a ? \i 1: ?
? _...i ilei \ i-1??! ilonllng, Rudolp i
.i.i'. . d M Rfc bard Aldrti b ars sa
yv-,-U lo speak |
BIG THEIR HEATHER
Twas a Task Gettincj Mother
to Leave Killwinning.
TRIUMPH FOR ELDEST SON
Conceived Idea of Replica of
Old Home and Family Will Be
United in Oklahoma.
Two years nrsin, when TI'illlmn K"rr.
. ' Killw ir.riliur. S. otl.ind, ?ns about to sail
for America t<> stait a miniiut buelna? tn
Heniletta, Okla., t,? asked his wlfe, Mary.
Wbea flhfl would J..ln blm wlth the b.tlin".
For anflwer ahe qimted from "Maebeth":
"I'.-ar not tin Blrnatn ?on.i romos tow*
mr.i Dunatnane." With ? laugh the Boat
' Weel. von 11 r.-. a-i'nrlin' when th?
?oo.i o' Killwlnnlag mcvea t<>wa:.l Henri
. tt.i "
Hia prophecy w.i.a ft.iniu.l reeterday,
0 ? n Mrs korr. with John, Daniel, Wlllle.
Andrew, R'i.ld and Marv and a hale
?if small trcra. BVaAower allps Md stenis
..f beather arrlved here from Olaagow on
the Anchor Uner Cameronla. Tbey atart*
ed ?t once for Oklahoma, and wtthln a
r. ?? daya the wood ?' Klllwlnnlag wlll ba
... , ? n Kei
?h, oleVal "f Ihe i hihiren ar
t waa a taak ta
Kerr i" thia ? runtrj ? ,|!" head "'
famlly and Joha and Siatllda ha<!
r ? two long ???? ira io
!.? J.Cn th. 'ii ln thls COUntO
?-.- enty-Biz, ga*. - u> tha K?b
bi . imu B"f marrled, bul oven Ihe
rct of ? weddlnf cooM n>>t Induca
I imuaea Iffl le deai rl bei beartb
I ? . huaband called
. || r "Lad 1 a it ye to
? r oolrna tuth "? lf i
? ii aod den't ? ?? (aM "
... i.. gcoti?ad thla Biunmer an.i
um i ln the Kerr houaehold
|l terafll 'n (iklahoma Daniel nnd
aty | w -,riter\ to rl lo a ' : Bl ? 0
;>.i, Id longed to ox\r
.' i ? own, Hii'l Andrew wanted to
? ,**?"*x- ,-,,"... Colonel Rooee
?t | :..! Ioim Mi* Kerr wafl unmovl
TVhaC ' ?? fram<- house. Wlthout
. . ? replai ? ' i: ? awa
from t e ie !?>? bfl and th? green hl(
. the be ither, te look for days
????I plalna atid saKohrush? Not for
". III ,- K.i i WlltUUl waa a goo.l
mon and (atber, t" ho mire. hut the rlne
rreah ali "f Killwinning waa not to be
thi coal ladon xuests of llrn
John K.-rr. thnuKh nlneteen. had the
patlence anl dtocemment of a man of
hfty. Ile was not dlooouraged. i'lansi
?;:..-.' b hihi photographa taken of
the home In Bcotland ano wlthln si?
| .1 iplll tilo , o ild ,.o ' tt .'t. .1 .11
tba beal p<?rt of Hanrletta. Haather end
aagebruBb would be agreeable oelghbora,
and altbaagh th?> ha.i never mh. the
... oklahoma would be aa klndly to
I tO the olher.
"lilrHS your luait, mother." aaid John.
?A.- ..ni tranaplaat Killwinning to Hen
lietta, anil you'll be haprter there wlth
iill nt ua than ln Boetland Wlth only -
parl of us."
John'a i era lasion triumphed, The
balrna were made i?a.iv. Haather and
alirubfl were garaarad, tha laren and j.?-n
at.s packed, aad aithla a w.-.-k avery-*
tiiini; belonglng to tba Kerra la Kiiiwin
nlng escepi Iba bouaa whs put aboard ihe
When ti i happy famlly marebed aahore
eatel lay ?.th tlicir slips of heather aml
ihe aapUnaa from Killwinning the beat'
ewatn ol tbe liner aaag .i"fti>: "i looked
toward Blrnam. and anen BBethougbt iiie
Nood began to niovo."
MEXICAN REVOLT GROWS
Natives Flocking to Rebel
Forces Near Oaxaca.
\ i i a i'iuz. Nov. J.?The i evolnl lotiai V
aplril ln the northern part of the Htale
of Vera Crm is on tho Inereaea. Many
-muii bandfl ara caualng much miacblef
ni thfl 'Ich oil district.
The Unlted States ciuisor !??M MolBflfl
and tha Oannaa preteoted crulaar Vlo
loria i. ?"' :|"' flttU la port. Major
Htuardo Cueeta, wltk IM of hla feUowera,
v.;,,, eacap d frem Vera Crua <ni the
entry of thi federelei luis heen geen near
Oaxaca, wh4?ra tbe nattvea >ra Jolnlnf the'
revolutlonan movem nl In greal num-1
? ., ,,!,, | Diai < u.laz. chW llfl itenaal of
Ceneral Fella lua*. win be 111?-?i by court
martlal la ? da) or two. n la generallyI
. ii iii.it ba a in be ? ondemned te
HELD FOR KILLING GIRL
Boy of 18 ConfesBes, As3istant Dis?
trict Attorney Saya.
w.iii.i. ? iVbarmby, alghteea years oM,
..I \?. ?t." Herrlng Atreet, gbeepehead
Bay, v.1" remorei to thfl Temaa by Oor
,,i,, i II. ilonstfin yesterday, i haiged wlth
having murderfld Itose Stelnor, nlneteen
reara aid, of Ka TM Hewitt Place, Tha
Bronx, ?.n Baturdaj fll 14th atreet and
?i ? ? tn avenue
, \ MiatoB, el Um Dtotrtet .m
. i..)i '.I tha voutli had mn
ed to tha crli i? ? "II wafl tbe most .-oi.i
btooded uoofeeelpn of a crime thal | haTra
, i \i Mlnton, who re*
in ? .1 tu gi\o oui tba Jetallfl of tba oaB*
O'RYAN WILL SUE10
HAVE ?S DEFINED
Justice Gildersleeve to Direct
Legal Battle for Major Gen?
eral Retired by Dix.
USURPATION. HE CONTENDS
Relief in Civil Code, Jurist Al
leges-Review of Governor's
Action of Vital Impor
tance to Guard.
Ona jf th" inosi Interesting legnl bat
i>.-. ln thi* history of the national guard
ami one of great lmportance to the eti
tlrs mllltla of the United States. is foW
east ln the determinatlon of Major
Oeneral John F. O'Ryan to fight in the
courts bls remOVSj hy Governor DlX an
I'ommandlnK oflh er of the New York Xa
The fact that Oeneral O'Kyan would
InstltUtS SUlt and that the well known
Jurist, JuHtice Henry A. Olldersleove.
waa to act u_ hia counsel became known
Gennal O'Ryan was not to he found
at hls home, but Judge Olldcrxleeve
conaented to malce a Htatement ln re?
gard to the nature of the actlon whteb lt
\\_s purpoHCd to brlng and the ground"
upon which it was contendod that the
actlon placlng the general on the sup**r
numerary list was- lllegal. Judgo Oll
derslsevs contends that Oeneral O'Ryan
as a matter of law 1. etill in acthe ser
JudgS C,Udorn]ee:e aald U ?as a mls
taked irlear to hold that the clvil law
sffordsd no relief to a mllltary offlcor
a^ilnst any pernon who usurped his of'
Boa H' cuntinued:
Ths cods of clvil procsdurs sxprsssly
providea that ths Attorney Oene a'. msy
msintain nn actlon upon bls own Inror
matlOU <n UDOn the .i.mplaint ol a prl?
i ? io peraon agalnal a pereon n hn usui na,
!ntrudea Into oi unlawfully hohn 01 **
01. Iso* within the Htate a public otlh e,
. :v 11 or ntllltar>". Tbs eaietence 01 the
,,i!l.? ut ih- chief of stafT. which seeros
. .? *? .; t, d thls . ..:.tl Ct, and the
rlght of the Incumbenl ?f that offlee to
Intrude Into nr usurp th.- functioi
duti-s of thi- major gsnsral under .1^
?un ? d authorlty of \h? ofhYo of < hief of
hihir wlll in- ti-." Issnes pressnted lu an
actlon to ds brought undsr ths abovs
. m of t!." 1 ods.
Not Disciplinary, He Sayi.
k ,. -o ths means by srhtch it waa
s..u?cht to relieve Ms
hix i ommand to plai a blm u
ths supernumerery liet, l aay without
. ,? ion thal ths ? Ithdraa mc of an
offlcer from ths sctlve aervlca and plac?
lng him upon the supernumerai I
?? ?r, nol Intsnded by tl law to
? 1 aa a dlaclpllnary measure.
have "???ii it stated ln the nea ?
II . actlon ln Oeneral O'Ryan a ? .i-"
a 1 aought t<> ho juHtifici on the ground
thal II ??i Intondod a- a dlscipllnar)
measure The Injustlce of sui h s course
... nt. aa ths ofllcsi bai 1
tunltv to be heard.
lf thla rirrc. imi?>:i of ile mllltary law
permltted to be used aa a d
pllnary n ?> ? '?- nre ln ol hei e II
?., 1. uaed legi tlma tel) II would
? hii n a atlgma which 1
.i vi hot Intend shouid attach, sn: 1 ore
? , . . ... ;,,, offlcer leaves tho aervics
a ;_ning hia commlsslon or an fn
llated man ?pplie?i 'or H? dlacharge.
sdequate provlalon Im made In the mlll
? ? the dlsmlss il nnd remnval
of ,,i, iinVer wlthuut l.ls conaant. lt SX
preaaly provldss thal ho shall not he ro-1
moved except by tho Senate, upon tho |
1 ecommandatlon of the Oovernor nr the
?1 ? .-.,,. of s gsneral court martlal. and!
ln ehhor cass the nffWr has h 1 hunco 10
ho |io?id Thla \r. an anpll.-atlon nf the j
fundamental nrlnclple of lustlcs thsl "" I
i.m nhall be found xuiltv uf any of-|
? rirat hoini. confronted by
iaora and having an opportunlty
i.. p...ik in hia own defsnes
I regret to aay. howaver, that the pro
rfslon Of 'ho mllltary law for ronderlng
nftii on atipoi nuinr-.t! \ haa beoii fre>|urnt
ly employed aa an Indlrect method of rO"
rnov t us offlrers from actlvs psrvlcs
Brlgadea hava been dlshandod to *.t rid
of brlgadler generala; to>rhiiontn im\e
hoon v Ipad out or reducod to a battalion
ln order to oust colonsla But it la
however, an Indlroct method whhh
ahould never he employed in the mllltaiv
ilch is foundsd upon tho hiarh
0.-.1 prim Iple of honor and uisti. ?? nnd in
eape la Ity prot Ided b; 1 ci^u
thal punishments shall con form
Bnngt Up "Surplua" Issue.
IrreHpective of ths moral sida of tne
Qusation ind what ma. b>> ha appll. atlon
lo other ofllcera, this mcthud nt removal
iinimt ho icgally smploysd aa h msanS
of retlrltig a miijo- general. 'ihe lan
gtiagS Ol Iho sectlon Im as follOWBl
mipemumerary ?nd Ratlred Ofllcera
?'iiinmU.slonod oith ers wli.i h'h.I '? ?<
rendered tiirpliis by roduotlon <>.- rli?
I anument of iprganlctlioiii. or Ul any
n.anner provlded hy thm chapier,
now or hereafter, siniii i?. wlthdrawn
from sctlvi aervics and placid upon
tha tupei numerary Hat.
a surplua means more than la nssdsd.
Tbat la an oflleer ih rendered surplua
when there ln ro moro nocassltjr or re
qulrement tor hi* servlces. For instance.
when two companlea aio consolldatea
Into one, lt reqinrss only ono ?ot yf com
pany ofllcsre, snd provlalon tuus to bs
mads for wlthdrawlng surplus ofBcers
from ihe sctlve liit. also, when a rsgi
tnsnt Ih reduced t.i a battalion, thor.- ia
ih> further duty for rrniiin.nt.il Ofllcera,
and they becoms surplua
These surpluH NUpernumerary Ofllrer.
nevsrthsless contlnus to he ofBesra ln the
; ational guard. and may bs detallsd for
actlvs duty und rellevcd from SCtlVe duty
l y the Oovernor, upon the recommendu
th>n of ths major general.
Tha sltuatloii ln regard to the major
general ls sntlrsly dlRerent, ln ths Bral
placo. hla StatUS Ih not ths same as Stbor
ofllcera of tbe guard. Hs l? ths only olll
eei whoss nomination h-.m 10 bs con
fhmid by ths Bsnate, sad hs rscelves hla
sppolntmenl by ths Oovernor with ths
eonsenl of the Benate, and hls duties is
mujor xenoral aio manlfold. Under cer
tain condltlona deflned by the mllltary
law, he nhall command the mlllila of ih ?
p-tato. Thnt romprlses aii the land and
naval and actlve nn.i reaerve furccH of
ths state. lt Im only ths sctlve mllltla,
which consfata of tho organlsed and nni
fnr mod mllltary forces of the state, thai
ronstltutss tho national guard.
Tn major gsneral is slso, b\- vlrtue of
hia offlee, oommandlni offlcer ol ths
brigade and other mllitar) unlta of the
nal guai .1 ol the itate Tbla la only
? mod< il psn of ihe stati mllltla, the
whole of which, ai haa been polnted oul,
1.1 i.i. r . ??! taiu cir lumstancea, ln li I
.inand. The major general Is slao
chief of tbs Hilltls Councll, which la nd
in iii tunotlona and recommends
ii. ihs Oovsrnoi from tlms to time sucli
action as U may deera advlsable relatlng
tn tha iuiiiiHi> law, ragulstlona. organlait
tion, equlpment, duty aud dlaclpllne of tbe
miliiia. ii-. |a also chief ol tne armory
commlsslon, which has chargs of ths ar
aenaia sraiorlea and other quarters of
tin mllltla, camp froundi and rifle rangsa
owned h\ the atate and devoted to tbe
us.- ,,i the n itlonal guard.
II hi abundantl; plain, under ths law,
ihat the iinj.ir general la charged wltb
and haa dutie. t.i perform whoilj aepa
1 .1. md apait fnun the OOmmatld Of
troopa so that iho dlabandmsnl of ths
dlvlalon, assumlng ?ti.?t that could he
lawfuUy aceompllshsd, would nol rendor
ths major gsneral surplus or unnscessary
AaMe from thal tho dlvlalon la nol an
organtzatlon of th ? national guard thai
could, In any svent, bt dlabanded, "Th"
dlvlsioi 1 a part of the organlsstlon of
the 1 illltls, ereatsd by thi tagiidature
Tho mllltary law provldes: "The brlgadea
?1 ,<i other mllltary unlta ol ths national
su.ni vhaii constltute ? dlvlalon, which
shall i.mmanded by n msjor general."
lt 11 .1 Iv? - ui. iilfforoi'co hoa tho brigade
ni other mllltary unlta ?>( iho national
guaid ?hall be (disbandcd, r.organUed, i
alteted or eoneoHdated. or of what thej
conalat or how aorerally t-oneUtotea. anj
ef ihe mlUtary unlta wlthln 'he divisoi
mav he altered, consolidated, dlsbanrttd
and reorganizr-d. but that does not atte'-i
Ihe dlvtolon, which ls a creature of ine
LetfaUture, and continues to exist, n?
matter how Ita InfegrBl pdrti nie dim
inished or broken up.
Unique in Exemption.
Whea it is noticed that lhe_law _???
presaly provldea that tbls indiHSoluble
unlt shall ho commanded by a major gen
eral it beoomea still more apparent tna.
the major generai Is th" one mllltary nm
cor in the Btate wbo can never be ren?
dered Burplufl >nd legally piacd upon the
? rnumerary list. . ? .
Now. it may bo ask".l how the leMi
questlon flffecta the aituation, since tne
,n. lor (teneral la already removed frotn
actlve eertrh i rhe anawer is that be ?
not, aa ? matter <>f law, ott ef the ?ar>
The majei geaeraTe attltude is ene?*
dlgnttt compoeure and dua reepect ror
all concerned in the contrpveray raiaeji
>y recenl headquartera ordera. ne *i-i ?
ni a proper wa) and a proper tlme manc
known his poritton, aaaerl hla legal rttThta
nnd ask thal they be lut-daily deter
mlned. lt la belleved that thi courae .har .
ie haa declded ij on a1ll be fullj ap
nroved bv ill lnter< sted In tb< ?'ej?-_rc
o( the national guard. reault ln a thor?
ough understandlnn of the rnllltery ?aw
?nd deflne tl powi - and dutlea M all
who come under its provtstona
PAN6LED FROM "L" TRAIN
Woman, Arm Pinioned to Door,
Dragged Fifty Feet.
. }>, f ; ./, io The Trlbune '
Boaton, Nov. 3 Dragged fifty r*?-t
by the risht anu and hangtng from an
elevated car forty feet above the Atreet,
.Miss Mary Learoud, daughter of the
Rev, i>. ?'.. Learoud, of No. 34<M North
sth stieet. Tacoma, Waab., had a inat
velloufl eaeape from death to-day.
She had Jual arrlved In Boaton and
was about to take an elevated train
at UM South Station as a nide door of
one car was closlng by pnenmatic prei
Btire. Bbe burried to enter and arafl
pinioned by ihe, right arm. Tiie traln
started, and had coik aboul Bfty feel
before the motorman could be toid to
Miss I.e?roud"s feet dangled over the j
-treet, and several other women i?as
mngera, fearing that she would droi? to
he ground, f.iinted. The fact that tho
thlrd rall was on the oppoette fltde Of
he train prevented Miss l.esrond from
H-ing killed bv electriclty.
When the train was fltopped she was .
round tO have a broken COllflfboBe and
mvere brulaes. Bbe iraa taken to the
Relief Hoapltal, and ber brother, Pro- ,
'.-s>or OUbert Q. Learoud, of the Drew
rheologlcal Bemlnary, Madlaon, S r.,
~aa Informed of her piiRhr
3REPARE FOR OLD GUARD BALL.
v. 'Ith all Ita oldi me bi II
?? .1. .11. i ae Bbearmea sa-.. "wlth |
. aiM-d attraetlona," tha "i?i Ouard
,.iii of IM wiii he hoi.i in Madlaon Bqti
larden on Thuraday, .Januaiy B. MB
4 Bllia Brlgge, tbe commandai i -
\ (??! ? ol ? ?? from tha eommand
ng . :i. ei i of tha follow Ing t'etei an or
;.n ixatloiifl thal ? ? wlll aend large iele
: ,? oi i to the ball: The Andent aml Hi -
irable Artillei nj "f Boaton; the
o i Quarde, of New Haven and iiai.
[>>rd; iho riitnam Phalaax, of Hartford;
. Amo ?a i ? '"i ana, of Man. he ??
;. ?... ?,', oi ci itei i ontlnentalH, l
r. . - of Phll tdeli Iflfl i ???
i ..i Rh hmond, va.
- ??; ri oda laland,
md man: othei -
UNDER MANY FLAfJS
( ,>ui|>l.tc New Sp-. i
WINTER GARDEN' <:;;:^:;'
?iiik p%asi>'u aiio? ni tfifl.?
? ?? Ilordunl I ral Affair
BrvaidwajrTb.,eoi llat E' s 15 M*. r'm'w.
/ Th? Dove of Peace
l YDir -1*'1 w n( H ?' i'o-nighi ai I,
l_ I I\l\_ Mati Tomorro-v. t\><f k Sat.
BXTRA MATJNBR TO-MORBOTV.
WILLIAM FAVERSHAM p.
MR. KAU:H?II\M IYROM-: l'OWKR
I'RtNK BBR-NA3 IIIIKIt MKI.I.1MH
_ Mlaa niir orr _
DAMTV, K'.- ? ? - ' Mati retn'w,
THI; POINT OF VIEW \
mnii si. in. in it M-- rom'w.wd.Bat
jftft" The Blindnett of Virtue &J
Maahattaa Op. Me.. S4 A Btfi l . Eva.at fl lfl
;;:.:/ ... bought and paid for
\tio\SS: LITTLE WOMEN j
M?ilneFlllott'?Th..;'l):l im By * * \ .# I
Wwiiiw READY MONEY |
48TH1 ST. \WaaWfT aV;.1/
\c:, LITTLE MISS BROWN ?ya%t
I nalno. IV 3?. Kv * 10 M'a Toni'w.W>d Sat.
THE MERRY COUNTESSJ
Wllllam Colllar'a COMEDY.Ilai K of B - a:
go^V.Th-rV.aat FANNY'S FIRST PUY
WRMT T.XD. 12?th B ifflth w. Bveafl l_,
f MADISON SQ. GARDEN
OPENS TO-DAY AT 2 P. M.
r. ADMISSION 25c
I Ir. ii.oi Krtnrna Ti>-ni"ro?r Mghl.
iminM ^o "ni ,r'-is * %i|krt !>o
UNIUH oy. Wilh.irMa<-k*NetUWelk(
n?..i ,\ iitiiei Hoey a Laa.TomTarrlaotha |
rninflllAI illanehaWalah.Theo H'n.iix
bULUIllAL pisyera Leddle Cllff. Av?n
n in .'. >? .-? k'emadjr 4. i..-o Cairllte,etha, '
AIUAMBDA I "Tralned Mvreeak" wltb
ALnnmnna oiark | Beraman, Ray i ?-. ,
;t!i w .' IM -. i:ri !? Reynard nt]
IIADIFM" "IIIK t.HKAl IMVllii;
nAnLCm no r-? I.V2.-i pallj Mai 1m-'.'.-?- I
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Tlilt Afternooa at
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IROUAX HA1.I, Thit Afternooa at x
i;.-. ital by tbe
Famoua i"r--r-.. M
tv imi 1 Ii.m111.
int. 111 \m 111;
Manafeme - l^ndea <'in: Iten
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M.iih ". A fiflr imi 15 otlirr bitr ?.:a
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jinait ,i iiaarn, Qeaara ?? Ruil^y,
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For Silit ami Overcmt?
the handsomest and niost
serviceable fabrics, cut in tlie
most approved styles, and
made in the most careful \v_v.
Same with Shoes and Hats.
and everything else men and
l.aeked by our guarantee_.
your money back il' anyt___?
Fur coats fur lined and
Fur eaps. fur gauntletd, faj
? i h- I o loolc Election Day. ' H_ ;
Rogebs Pebt Compaxv, \
Three Broadw.y Stores
at at lt
Warren St. 13th St. 34tl 3u
M W YORKS I.EADINC. TIII.ATa.r_
FIIDIDC B"ward 40th .hi E _*. at 4-14."
kmrirtL u?taT?-n ?? 0 I SatJltl
N_44aass Mn* Woek Teea.. Wet.. ut.
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-THI PERPLEXED lll -<BAM).?
Nh\r MONDAY. MOV. II 4es4t Ni*
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Tom ? i .t- BaL.2:l
I Muinio. | hi. Uook?luos. Thtir... flat.
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crite?io? v,.Vto^4.:\&'___ :
II Matinoo. This llnk?Tiie... Mo?t.. Ist
BACHELORS & BENEDICTS
GARRICK . w>* * sa?..4_s
.; Mnllaaei TMa Uoek.?hi??. WoH.. *.i.
JOHN MASON ._.
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HELEN WARE ,,:,.?
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Exlra Matinoo lo-uiorrow iTnotdeji.
milestones ;: - .r;:;
Knl. korhockor. B "?' Mth Sl Bv5"IM,
||ata T.i-Morron- tf*d. trl *tt . ,:15.
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EXTRA MATINEE TO-MORROW
fiiCTV Rwai ani 14th Evti at f-JJ a
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LAtff ? NIl.MTS.
I \lra Matinoo To-morrow.
? i t.oorgo Nath and Edward Ahalaa.
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. > -.,,-Ttiur. ti rarct_"t%zm:
G L O B E Montgomery A Slsne
I M M Eltie Jsnia
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, v.-., iii i To nerr*a . . ..
v N,.,-. .......iv of so, v- Heery K?Vr'
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THE DAU8HTER OF HEAVEN
PRICES 25c TO $1.60
:" ' S:" ' - " THI BH
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\ liiirs-rnlo I'lar for I hlldroa. .
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WITHIN THE LAW
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'ui ilBl't Manon l.oaoaul. I.u.rorlt ""',?',
.. ,??|, .,,. Caruao Sootn. ?*?_<'?!*?
3nda Relat I'ond.. r.loralo I'olacro (???_'';
?nl. at ; :???4.o?t?erdaommonina lr
naJ. Homar, Pornls. Alton. t**ra*a. P'r
lan Qrlawald, u>ii. (iorii.. Came.. ll'TlL,
Tlmra. al s t.loronda. D?ttlnn. H_????r' *
hone. i'ar_so..sr__to.S.?-i.irola. r<,nA-rJ'i7J
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dartlR. Hcotti. Htdn. i'ond. a,ur*nl__.,,..
Amt. Mat. at 2 Taanheauaac. OmtM.
?i.r?'4.l. siornk. Well. Wltharapean. Raw*
llnahaw. I'onduetar, Hortt. ? . %i
>. la ol s.-ats Ho^-tnt Thurtdtv at 0 A. ?
MARDMAN" PTANO DtfP._
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6E0. M. COHAN _r<~^?~
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nratain lll'. HeT. iSd Nt. Ith Av. MSt.+'?"'*?
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