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Ire, eral h la aim\f thestn l |
.ind fully twelve foot in width.
.Mtigrii with struggling,
m? n. women and children, in that
ihr U-... er ornan who lost their
were lllefafljr crushed to death.
Ne aocuratfl eetisnate of the nui
..f persons in the theatre at the tin
?in panic could hf obtained last n
Estimates ran all tin. way from
.. by Com ' ? Johi ion
n?.if- than 1,000. math bj
were on the street when th? onto
I ai bumanlt) started.
v ptetui ? ? ntltl? d l'a fJWi
Hama, Daredevil," was being dlspli
n thi >..: u Owing to
ii - tiiiit m ?.. .1 s il da: night,
nmed both on the n
? tii" b tl<
of the theatre waa
denly lighted ui> bj ? ri ! ^lare or,
effected from the operator's
, ? , ."?.., , \- :..si"n and
.. the balcony,
Reallsti ? riangei th< ?
a stamp? ? In thi darkened ba
tr\iTi>< gtelner, the o;>? rator, th
? ? lighted th< III
At the a
(Art ? i '.- ? r. who
? ; ? ? linina thi til?n, fl
tho rrowd and Implored them no1 t..
ti.. but to kei ? ? eati until t
? '???ir r-xits.
. ?;? thh advice and aflea
- e theatn unhurt. Titeas in
^ . ? ? wept wttl
?.-. stt rted a mad rush
to The f
Men Foupht Like Brutes.
: to gala '
en n'1.1 children to on?, i
v stumbled i
.. ??? ? ? ti to be fal
? the rear, a lie shov
im nt the st,
? .? ; ? ? ? sitting, tear
men an<? won? ?
>? sing t),.- majoritj n th'* r
making f?.r the main entrance,
? f?i for thr ?
The) rli.i nol wait for I ?
in i efflci ra
I butted th'-lr way toward tht
II ping th?
htnges. When 1
? ? ' ell to ;h< Ir k
\?..-r? caught in the crush behind them
?t I ? Houston street entrance s
s? ant McNamars and Patrolman Ct
? ? tion. a
.. ging the exit s
to rest ? ? ? -? | this -a
to pull th?
'.. i.>w from the nm.es of rtruggUng l
manit] \ fas' II thll vas donc t
di :?i snd Injured were laid on the al?
walk, where the ambulance surgeons ml
i to them.
The report tha I t? had he
killed caused Inspector Meyers, ?apu
? d i a- i im Rohrig, with ti
hu'idri"! policemen, to rush to the theati
After a furious battu they succeeded
pushing ba I thi th ;? of aightsot
? ?? ? -? P .'ii? ? line? wo
?-i from -Mien street on the cast
Boa a > on the s ? at and fir thr
la ? way north snd south.
Chief Kenloo, after ordering the aire
of s t.- ' ? erator, I ad the part
burned flit ? I toreau of pi
Prevention, where it will i?e aaalyanfl
Stelaer, who had extinguished the ?.nit
i la/'- with tii?. aid of n bucket of sand at
? ? grenade, waa 1 rti r n the st
non house and had to be treati
Segal, the tl ? who
? ? ? if the main ei tram
lined m her office ill through t)
t aad wa*. uninjured
\ i-r of flrf by a ;
f. Ilowhuj th<- hurniiiK of tl .
Me f"i Um taatt Two sp
? er :,i,,| Bevei
l ti ' rled oi
Half a do?
In safer. ,ir th? As the
rMckfl l ^nn t
? to thi
? ? - ided to tin ? nfiiston ai thi ei
KS Oi ? ??
? ! lldren burled underneath In the ma?
? ?t bun ? could be heard foi bio i.
II ".as f'.it.?i that most oi l
? ? ? almost :'.
sap 1 I ? '
i- lr< ml) ? - ' ?? ? the *,?? Ul
Tru . impan
arrived. Kell en to pus!
crowd ha< '. Thla hew? v.r. was lrn
'. i. ? - men ti
?: ? ? rowd ai ?i throa then
In ten mln
Kelly mi ri t most of thi
back int.. tl?
it Then thi
, and Injun d began
Scene Shocks Fireman.
Chief Kenlon and Deput) Chlel Lang
: soon arr.' ? I.. ? ? ?
<. tor Myers, Capt Ins Pi< i
I ., red u
it ?...- -,:,? woi i re svei
.? d at, ' said Kell) 'Mi n, aronv i . I
? ? ? O tO ,f ..i.. a:,
? other nt least fiftOMi f.-t high, and theli
..s and . r- S ? Itiful.."
l>urinp all the ex< it. nu nt Re
of No Hfl B isl i .??i. ? ticket
-?lie:- ,'. thfl theati., trie i tO till the
panicstricken crowd that then was no
danger, but the) paid no attention to ?
She had locked herself In 1
waa <? er tool tl
^? i wem boast
Samuel I I
ton street, and Joseph Russe- of '
East Houston atreet, ta police.
men attached to the mortal picturi
place, reSCUad a number of younK < htldri n
in thfl ?alaos at ti,?- tune \ft?: opening
up the fear exits in the pla< ?
? aingsters and Hterall) threw th. m
Ifl r? Kular polh ? ?
"it wa like a m id i ? d< ? Ian d
afanan. "In lesa thai fli ? w ? ??
the Him took ? ,: ?'?
. und In the place. I tried e\ er\ thin,
In my power ? the p opli that
ii sjer. ai would
k*??p their seats everything would
? ?une out all right, but this only -?
t?. >:rge the persona to posh forward t'a
s theatre, i l
bam Mlnaky and Charli i Bteln? - In
the middle ?>f the hi??? k ?.: th skle
. ? |;:j?i Hfl IStOn str<ei |hboi -
hood !?? a congested tsnemsnl
i -i. and thi i "lie. fiorn i!,r.? station
bad ?ill the) could do In seeplai
ds from hampering " ? >f res?
Chief htenloa -.. - ..? opinion thai th ?
?i. ? eeueed by one tu mere
,,. i .?jtis falling in rushing down th?.
?-.irs Before tbey bed s chance to get
up the others m theli "ii'i rost? fell on
lop of them
AffiMant ?District Attoin';. MintOfl and
?"oror. i , erg went to thi si I
bouse Hi.., sxamined Btetnsr, who *
.. t< r... - ?
s. i ???!.. timi efoi thi succee?
In getting him t?. 'ii.ik>- .i sta?temi
After h? i. .1 :? lated la fi ? it u.tHii
events !??. ?lins up to the s<
down ;::<: v ept
Qod," be falrlj ibouted. "1 i
not to blame for those peoph ?-\nz kil
and Injured' l tried everything in
powei t.. prevent It Th? people seen
t.. have i t tbeii heads What will l
Tl ? ' ?? nds, .
walk up ami down tin- - .?ptain'.s roo
where be bad bi en ? sam ed, like
mania-. Tb? .1 stain tried l 1 quiel hi
ill in vain. "I know they will blai
me for this, an.i they will pi ??
me *up the river' f"r five 0 ean
Neither Mr. alinton noi 'oroner P?
berg would s..r- anything regarding l
Adolph Witter, ol No ??' Norfolk itre
?who was attending th" parformanoe wl
his wife. Bella, was otic f.f th.I
beeda His arid became frightened 1
started to ran, but ?i> stopped her, si
at the same time prrv ited ? number
others from rushing out.
Pire Commissioner Johnson accoi
by his secretary, Chief Kenlon ai
Deputy l hlef Langfoi 1 madi at
examination cf the building after the ??e.
and Injured had been removed. Aft
leaving the theatre he talked to a ??roi
of newspapei men and told them the 1
h . - ? tgatton.
The Commissioner ^aid th":?- ws
thirty benches, arranged In two tows. <
tho main floor, snd that thi M seata, wl
thoas In the balcony, permitted
capacity of about 500.
"The theatre compiled In svery wi
with the building laws.' said thi Col
missioner, "but what happened to-nlgl
can be 1 lid solelj to the panic Chi
Kenlon tella me that all the laws ha'
i- ??!] complied with. Why, this '-s not
Ing then are lota ol places in No
York wor ? than this."
When the Commissions! made thr Is
? ? th..t the building s
ntrs to law, but that there -i
n the cl ly that are.
? 1 >(.??? th'- Is s p >i mit such i1
this !?> bi above the grade of the ,<id
??.,!;..' he s isked
Ordinance Should Have Passed.
"The luiildim; laws permit these p?a? I
to have stoops, although there is no
an ordinance before ths Board ol Aldi
men which aims tn ao away with thai
:? should bave been passed long as
When Commissioner Waldo s as head ?
th>- rire Department 1 re?commended tt
? batoonles be ?lorn away with."
Commissioner Johnson was tbea ?sk
:f he had hear?! there wen more than
hundre?) persons standing in the vestlbui
at th-- time the cry of "Pire!" v.
He said he lad tot.
"But," hi added "evi a 1: Il e 1
hen to-night, it is don.- In every on" .
? .:at hundred nwviag picture thai
tres in the city, especially ?n Bunds
PANICS START EASILY
IM "MOVIE" HOUSE!
Wild Rushes for Exits Follov
Alarms in New York's Small
The history of New fork's small thes
tres, particular]: ? ?:. the Baal Bide, I
marked by frequent ouibreaki
lent fires, with unfaiiinK stories of pam
ajiii ?disorder In their v.-.ik?. The enea
popularity of the "movies" in the fier..-.'
ly crowded sections of Manhattan, Brook
lvn und The Broas on s mdaya ?
end of nervousness to thi managers aw
ta the Inspectors <>f the pfre. }>? partment
who have to keep watch over them con
stantly to d< ? ? ? ? ?
Almost . ?.lent ,11 ;i
ble te cause s panic, a s'.dd? n cuttini
off of the electric htht-. producei man
, res In small theati sa
1 <:. Januai ? "? . Bamei raged fo
?x\d i.. the basemen f tb?
emy 0' il ludk nee ol
I 1 ..? ? <? battl'
which the Bremen wire havh % In dens?
smoke b? low, ^at thi
???it. the music ?trow rant; out .ill otliei
.. lotewortfa ? xampli
??a th' ability .a tiivati. mana^emrnta 1?
?coi. .... im -.' atloi.
A ?la-' latei a lire ? Jbert
Theatre, In lais- x.-v. '?',,,k. inhul otr tin
ti ind s ti'Mi-p ;
ill ?? - m until a pullc? mai
de himsell bear?
His ? 1 deb i ti,.
crowd, which later tiled out In comparu
live fOOd Old? .
in April, 1910, .1 con? ? uice to
moving picture theatre at No. ":t Riving'
lured, it 1 ?? ?
1 ible sts ' a pan!
,n .1 motion picture th it ? ist tattti
street ?> hi? n ^as quelled ?
quick * It oi the m k 11
the aii s of Hai lem's 'litt ell
< aimed the 1 1
<m January u last ft giiis m th
? : atlon In Ni a
iru v. indowa t., . 1
cape ?!? ened in
the plant. A win,', compel?)
lean in .? pa ? - way of thi
. m ? ben s panl? ata mm, is
Manhattan Theatre, N I roadws
la -t \..v h. ? \ ... ignl '
alarm was sent 0 ? ? Hi chouse,
inging of thi soi 1 oui . ?? ..-tit th?
."... ?? ?ut-? the ala ? 1 rliemen man
thi ? : ish >' ? '
Pigeon Flies 765 Miles Over
Sea in 27 Hours.
When Fred Etaler, an aaaistanl man
agei ,'>i" the Waldorf Hotel, ?
to the rool yesterdaj afternon he was
surprised tq ?-? ? plgeoi strutting
about ??a icol mg The bird
bad l bit ?.i 1 apt r ti'?i s ?o it ?me ?>f
ted when las1 ; 1 a Ighl tile
bird am' unrolled thr' paper hi read
this in? s.-hm
M i. s?. v, ? - w sldi Sea
! '1 lend Btewart: II m) 1? '
should reset :? ou w Itl iae< ' ?
?i...'i to have t lu *.?? bl? 1 which 1
lei 1 h -\ room fora urd? d to Health
Sincei *? B? IHUBACtl
9 .?. 1 1 Baturdi
Eial? 1 tool bird a: 'l meaaage to Mr
Stewart, assistant managet ol thi ho?
tel, and tb* myatei ? ..- then ? \
plainod, Th* bird hi t? li? 1 ad to have
Hoa ? ' ? ocean for s distance of
about 7?o 1 ? - ' ? ? ?1 hours.
.Mi. Btei an ? . ?ht that
ai ?mi Bftei n months ago Mr, s hubai 1,
who is proa!? ? \v ?stem \,
Bteai il lp ? ' >ui| anj. . .?- .-,t the Wal?
dorf, and m ol <?.., rii 1 1 hjeons
' Ins ai i.? ? as on th? point of
salin ?_ foi im ?;?? IP retui n ed three
1 ? .1. ae.. ??. |th in m h and ? ailed
again ins? >'<>v ?akin? the pigeons
V ill) lulu
MISS BATES'S HUSBAND
SUSPENDED FROM OFFICE
Denver Mayor Prefers Charges Against Police
Commissioner for Calling His Associates
Names?Refused to Resign.
Denver, Peb. 2. Police Commh
George Creel, newspaper man and thi
associate of JikIrp Ben !'?. LJndsej In
munlcipt i reforms, was suspended from
of?icc yesterday pending hearing on
charget preferred against him by May?
or Henry J. Arnold, who alleged that
Mr. Creel was causing dlaeension In thi
tire and police board by calling the
members narai -
\s i result of a word) controversy
wtth Cominlsaioner Creel yesterday, tha
Pire Commissioner, T. P. McOrew, re?
signed "for the good Of thfl service."
Mayor Arnold yesterday asked Cora
missionet Creel to resign. The commis?
sioner refused. Mayor Arnold then pre?
ferred the chargea against him.
Commissioner Creel caused a commo?
tion in Denver when he tirst assumed
office by ordering Un police officers t
:;ive up their clubs and night Sticks
and bj Issuing an order forbidding liq?
uor selling in thfl segregated district,
Boon after Mr Creel returned t.. Den?
ver, following ids recent marriage to
Miss Blanche Batea, thfl actress, Ma:
or Arnold ordered the night sticks re
turned t?> the patrolmen. Later the po?
lice board cave permission for the sa;.
of liquor in the restricted district over
? ': eel's protest
Commissioner Creel accused Pire
Commissioner McQrea of drunkennes
and using or? machin? s a< mldnlgh
j??y wagons. At a board session M<
Grew bad opposed Creel's motion t<
discharge all uniformed officers oun
drinking m saloons and to sul? ?
members of the board t?> the same ?n<
? Ipllne ami pensltles The commlssli n
er declares that lus pian f.?t eventual!?
doing ..way with the segregated dlstrlci
in its entlret <? aa the i es es use t'.?'
his suspens., .i
Church congregations o? -ti- den ml
nations by rising rotea, Indorsed to?
day Commissioner Creel's moral uplift
policy nti'i denounced the action of thi
Mayor, Senator Bhefroth, Judge Lind
s?".. City Supervisors Skinner ami M< -
; . Sheriff i ?aniel Sullivan ami
.-. ores oi "ti ? : s pi ominen 1 In i tent ? r
and 1*1,!.. tad., politics denounced th<
Mi ' ?am an. ??? ?,. ?? ld< m of I hi
i:..ar,i of Supervisors, declared that h<
would ask by resolution for th.- i
nation of Ma; or v ? ?? d at th?- next
meeting of thi board. The attempted
removal of Creel is an iniquit* sgains!
good government." hi said. "Thi ad
ministration and the Tenderloin are ap?
parent!) link...i In a conspirac) ??? ?in ??
Creel from off!
SEES LESSON IN Fll
Alderman Folks Favors Hav
"Movies" on Street Level
WOULD PREVENT PANI
Author of Ordinance Vetoed
Gaynor Urges Greater
Safctv for Public,
u h' n the detalla of the trag? d
beet, communicated last night I l
man Ralph Polks, author of Um
ordinaac? regulating moving pict
? I DWa, the majority lead? I bi the I 0
: part?cula] Inten I i the I
that twn f, i mu?s h'tn be?
death er, ti... : talrwaj.
"Tl ..; indlcat? to i i .
necei Ity ?.( inn lag t1 ? . i,. ?,..- on
str.et ie\-e] Under the proposed las
Superintendent ?>f i? : . ould hi
? t tel details
pro\ i le? ti,;,' ?
ev? ry i ture theatre with s
? . .?M ? ? ?
i ? : tlfl? ate iron thi Pire i "ora
a-.1 another from the Buperlnt?
B illdaggs reciting that phi ? ?
tertainment does not violate en* <-i I
provisions they de? n in s*
i ? ei foi ' ? safet] of thi audience* i
for? i ?? may obtain bis llcei
"By donbhng th? -? ath i i ?
s bich la not ? those i bos
from thi regu n tl ? ntre ? ilatloi
- ??? the ordlnan? i would
le f' i the m
? toi- t.. i. ni :? I sil on t : ?
level V" the ch plu?
, ? . ?
? ? ? .hi level they s
the i- ?
The Polk i dinam-i
i ? odu?*ed Inl I "
del men b ? ;? si tt appoint
by Ma' .-r Qaynor to In ire in) l
le.'t o( tiii>\ Ing picturi ? ??? ras I
. ,i. . modined ?.'iin i tl end
? the Ma
-, etoi l It sol? ' '*
Une. :>., ni nortt ? lei k? a
Canon Chase, of Brooklyn and oth?
?i g i* amend<**l
?' i . .
?:.. ? oard ol Bdu i I ? Tl ? Ms
? ? , prim ip
if .t t? - sus? he com ed tl
Th? Mayoi i lical
proved ol I ha ?thi ? ' he ..; d
; i ? Tl.loubted th? eating ci
?.., li ol n ?? -: pli lure
from thi theatn laa frum I ? to - ? pu
ting th? m h
matt? ???? regul itlon nder I
laa moving pi? tut? ? .? ? ?
Ing ? eparitj ?a 300 less
estrictiona it all
being Ihe ei lot? m ?? ??' ?? ?
.... ? . . ? ?
ni hid Iren imdei a
udulta .a I oth -? ?
?.] . ? ? :.i m.i ther? i i ...... a thi
the ..I'm an? ? b? rtlnirod Into h
[los.f Aldermen s th tl
on oniitteil Tbla baa
?s. d ordlna ?quires
to get ?? n? "? llcei ? s bi? h i?i
et first i
rlean ? 111 ol health from tin r Ire i om
. . i and the dupi i ln? ird? I
Building? It pro? Idei toi Ih? aogreg ?
tion "? a*on rill Iren -\ ben unai
t? iid.-i bj mat? escoi ?, and foi
Introduction ->r i he n i > ale? ill? feotur? -
GET $8 "A WEEK 'FIRST YEAF
Hebrew Institute Graduate
Advance Rapidly, Report Say.s
More than : . bo ive been gradu
? . h ..m the Hebrea Te? hnl I Institut?
I - ? tafcllshment, t ?rei I
ag.^, and of thia numbei , . pei ?
?? tualh ' ngaged In hanlca] aroi k
ri..m figures compll? d I J m ph L But
tenwteser, pr?sident .<f the Institution th?
net earnings '.f ;? boy th? first </eai oui
ol -. t ool in estln sted si |i .. week, In
? rearing >.. |50 sftei .? i.. -, out ti-.
? lare I ' ? avera
say's, h ton rearo, whil? thoee who nrsr?
gi d iaU a with tie i i.i. i of '86 bs ? ???
found t.. .,. . .h ni m-- . thai
V\l I k
Buttenwieaei madi I
i . un? en it*t bs annual i .? ? i
f the institut I ti i ho?l, No
esanl itreet, TIm report saja there
.r- .t pros? ? ? .... ,|:. ,? pehool,
:.i >> Others ... bo i ? ' a for a.lmit
,.r. kept OUt i.'i a- >? ..: In k of
.!. coreatodsi an
Th* institute needs Il?O.OOO f?.. sn ed?
ditlonsl building adjoining thi school, a
hundred or men persons who attended
th? meeting volunteered to subscribe their
s!,.,re of th? ??..
.in oh ii s. btfl and i. Henrj i. i.. Ip
?? cei mads addi aasi I ethers pi
were tdolpti Lewiaohn Mis M. Watiiurc.
:> i Bachi Nathaniel Myers, Ba i uei
i>. Levy, a. .stem.mi and Murtimn I.
MOUE DELAY FOB
( m. ni?-.l from ll'n flag?
plain) ! ittltude on the a
question, declaring thai it had not been
changed. Mr L'nversai
Ing t?. ti ? of Idrectors, Is
gem ral man
agi r oi th?- Standard Pinance I
? ' thai the people dem I
..it ? net ahlp and r?per >'
\' ?' itlng .1 ?lift? -? : ?
.;?; ?..- i?,: . altor
Saya Traction Companies Are Thieves.
? 'i ?
t of thievi that
Hail . h"
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f..i one, nould much ral ?
sut.'' ? ? ? ' e them build t
at tl eir "?. ? '??:?? n and git ? th? m :??
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mperheated remark one
idenl aim!) and that In
prot Idtng the the ofl
to ' indi
I them ? Hi
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municipal ? nt?. i?ri?i ?
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How Prenoergast St nuls
. '..i.i. ?- ?. r Prende I I letter to
i t edi rlc < i lowe, ? ? > ? i. . t..r ??' ,
th.- People > Institut?. '? ."lai 'I i
tl ? ?i- tarai ..i :.-, n olutio
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th< o . formation upon n'hlcli ? i
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tan. and Ihe I ibal
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ii y n ?i.i ,.ppeai thai tl op!.
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- troller ? ? ni on to -.. ? al lie
tl ? ?? ? ? : ? i. ..: ., ? ? .. ?;.! ?? ,i .
dim ? d the i Im ?-i ,t ?o Mi
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??.?: \i Mltl h< i 'UP- d
oiii. r un mm i - ?-i i ? board m a pro
:.. . .i .n. sngemeni ail thi Broo
i: pld Trat It Ci 'i.'- when
t-1 ?? t., put m :? of mom :
I im- . onsti i.? i ii'n The pi Inclple thei i v.
.', tin ?at..?- a thai involved
? ?\Vc aie Intarpretlni th.- plntform upon
I ?i i- h M-e s an del t?-d." n. i
I ..ti i. t i?? ordain a a 1th the d< relopments
of the ?nhjflflt aw sr* treating aad the
.;? m inda ?.f i ubllc apinlan "
Acrobat. Said To Be Husband.
Spirits Her Ashore and Into
DETENTION WAS ORDEREDj
Action Due to Message Re?
ceived from London?Book?
ing- Agent Tries to Ex?
lb ? e had been ord? red dots .1 ? d '
. the Immigration officials Mme, Btti
Bogai f .-i saloon paasenger on the !
. . scaped thro igh I
lines "..n after the ves**l 1
docked last night, accompented by her I
11 I i- ??? pi, m s? fi.i at. now per?1
1 . i., ai vaudeville theatre, j
diamonds 01 ?: whi n si 1*
? , ? and ''??'?? 'th ?' wen sent out
to ' i:d her j
The eromi ; * hi .?-? appes red on the
si :? at 1 - thirty-three but who
up ired ' be forty-five, was held byl
the Immigration ofhciaU becauae of m
rnltlg h.r that had COIM
1 ? from London.
Mm.- Boganny sras ordered t.> appear I
before th? boarding immigration in-1
hortly heim, the vessel left
Quarantine, and was ssked several ques?
ted to aliena Bhe 1
ordered lo remain aboard th.- vessel
over night, that she might e taken to
Kill? 1-land thi* morning
Two Men Approached Gangplank.
Meanwhile two men who aere <>n tie
proachi d Ih? gangpUuik < ins of
1 hem, .'i,.. professed t.> b? th- woman's
u d, forced hi? ?ray aboard, and
????; -., spirit the aroman
? . ., UmOU In* t.. irtllg ' :ir
? gt Poll? ??
II- .1., 111.-. I (? t ??
Mithin Uve n,r?ate- ,,ft.- the woman
... awa] ?? man who decUned to give hts
t .-ne. hat Who said la- represented a the?
?? il agi th? [ent who had 10
the Boganny troupe of acrobats, made an
effort m placate the customs and Immt?
?"? lals and the repreesntatii? - ??'?
in .i-.l Une, w h., demanded that
BogSJUIJ ? | rodUCOd W OttCe ;p?iri
The ? ? as told ti.? womai
I th .. "t tf united .-tit.--, and
and 1 ? ? agents were likely to
a fin? and I nprl onment.
Th.. man declared that Mme Boganny
..f Immediate modi? I
? t.. ntloi . ?.at ?hu she would soon
Plndlng that thi ?? a 1 ri not sat?
?a.us token aboard th.- Carmanls by Do?
?? tl Malloi fuithei Inti 1 iatl
ti . ami at islvi. lie was
? ?-.???. ind finally
Meanwhll? t ? entire
baggag? "f Mme, Boganny ?an taken
to the ship .un! put m..!? t ta k and
...t. ,? ? ? and a hen asked wi 1
I ? had taken th- WOI I the pier
aaid ?? aas ? obod! bu .?.? M II? d*
tared shi s 111 t was m
? n.- where ahs was.
Th? f ? '
., ? fer on the <
Pne in! ? d she waa ? on ig hi : 1
1.. in.- with .. man named Boganny am.
, i In well : 1 ; i.a .?at if he
, ? ., : . ? ? '. f'ir
tii.T tated that she had
.? - ? md 1 llftoi
Bo/ Acnbat Released
? be a rebata ?
.i her snd di
?. i 1 , mothei 11?
ndei s Thi
eW . ? bul "h l*an ing thru n.
to land 1.?
Mme 11 . told 1 mmlgratlon
1 marri? d to Bo?
. , 1 -i .
..t,.! ;. ? ? 1 hostile attitude of the
man aho said he re presented ?if the?
, . ?' .? ' 'inn and ;? .
fl ? i. ? la:ed that hero-,
sftei th.- ? . ? eyed ?
. , ? h 1 ? ? 1. ? ? lould 1 Uli- '
. goi of ti,.- ahin if th.- tu?t, who
;.. :,i- I ' ??' hail hot t.--,.t t. d ??!
r. quired ' at the gang
?in.- >??? . nn> had her t?.
? ora? ti"t -tamped ? n paaaed v -
1 , .? tain? . thi .. ?a v. nil hei
.? ? : mind Hi- ta !??? 1 U ?' ai ? ? ;;..i!l ;
' ? ' '??ml t.11.. ... -
\ raon a
the> ti.-i. anh?rt u,?? couple hurried
. i. ' I . : ? 1 ? : 1. - III , 1 . i ? ? ? ? .
? 1 :. ? 111 ?
\ III the III:
SIR E. GREY DENOUNCED
Views on Passport Question
Objected to by Jews.
1.Ion, 1 ? ?? In nU pr< id n ... sd
el wrd o| dap ltd - of ths
1 h .!? v-> t . daj I >.. ? Id Alexandei 1
d.meed 8I1 Kdwnrd Orej 's ittltude ? ? .
011 qui Btloi . 1. ils Ian a thai
it wa 1 vlrtna I Ion m Bum
? hum to dlai : .a, nalt ,.. tv... , thi Bi I ih
'? ? -. and othe British . ibj cts.
lie British Foreign Minister an noun ? 1
Sot ? m' 1 I hat in- would di clip? t ?
api.?v :i Bussl 1 aith a \ i< a tu m . urin?
th.- m Itbdrawa ol thi reatrl tioi 1 pit
on >??? Itlsh Je?a In that oouuti . on tho
gi 01 1. 1 thai i? n ... Bon on th? part
??ie.il H ? ? ould lead t.. m? tei m
of tin i: ieao~Brltla'ii tre? h of com? '
METZ BLAMES POLITICS
Former Controller Diagnoses a
Hern an \ M? ti foi mei 1 'ontrolli 1 and
i,,,*. 1 'ongn a?man?ele< t from Brookl) n
si ? '" ad if 1 1 ?>-i mn ,t from i.iveti.1 on
th.- Cunard Um 1 < 'ai man? ? sfti 1 s trip
of Insp? ? tlo? of the testlle di it! I? I
Thi? libs a; bui ln< -- could have been
settled Bv? eai ago " he said, "tf they
had onl) kept polit!? s .un of th.- Public
? on mis ?..-i it . ould bs sttled
thej would .ad. rank poiitl? 1 o 11
? t ?t Thai 1- ti,.- i?,boh 1 roubU in a nut?
Mi Mi t.-. -.. .1 ... . \-,m ted t.? roaki a
n. '?.imir.s? ..:i th,. tariff an?!
? to ... t ?.,,,,.,- am hand information
??i. textlli manufacturing .uni var.> ?, aid
Uk workers abroad balare preaartag 1 i;*
CAUSE OF COLLISION
Big Schooner Sinks After Crash with Liner
Off Five Fathom Bank Beacon, Near
Philadelphia, Peh. 2.?Th? Hamburg
an liner Prlns Dakar, whk
sailed from this port yesterday fo
Hamburg, has -.< larg? hole stove in he
port how. and the four-masted s. boone
City of Georgetowei la si the bottom <>
th?- sea as ;) result of a collision earh
tO-day near Five Kathoia Hank Ligbl
beyond the Delaware Breakwater.
Tin- schooner, laden with a carg ? ol
salt, from New York to Savaiin.
a ithin eight inimit?s.
Captain a. i. Blocum and his cre? ? I
seven men towered s boat and left h<
schooner Just before she sank. Th?y
wore ?taken aboard thfl I'rinx. Oskav,
which returned t<? tins city. The liner,
whi.h carried s.v. nty-ll- ? passenger. .
was listing t<> Btarboard when ^ho
reached the yard of the New Fork
Shipbuilding Company, where she will
When th?- Prlns Oskai arrived hew
Iwo anchors and much of thfl forward
i rigging of the schooner were wedged In
the boh caused by the collision.
'?'he big light from Pira Pathom Bank
Lightship Is said to have been n iponsj
ble Ter the a?:oldont. Thfl ''it\ of
Georgetown was heading ?toward ?v,.
flatteras, In th* southeaal ? hiV ?
t? ..met's < ourse was toward thfl not
east. t?i r'-ach thfl I ransatlanti ? stflaBJ
ship route. The light shone betw?
the two approaching vessels, and when
tin- lookouts gava warning it wa.- ?
late to avoid the colusi?n.
Thfl pasflflllg*IS on the steamer wer.
in their hunks when they w?|
by tin- crash and many rushed on <)?>, i
? ktthfld only In their sleeping garments.
They were speedily reassur. d. however.
by ths of? srs and i raw.
Tin- cit) "f Georgetown was built in
Bath, Me., in' 1908. and hailed from
New Bedford. She was 17?> fret long
40 feet Leant ami had a capacity of
10 SHIELD TURKEY
? onllniiril from flr?l page
Statements on arming in London, that
thfl Balkan peoples, who had adapted
America's Monroe Doctrine to their
peninsula, a spired to become the
Americans of Europe. They hud in?
augurate.] a policy of sincerity and
straightforwardness, a.? waa proved by
their frank conduct in th.- peace con?
ference, wheie the) demanded from
the first exactly what they intended to
'.ik.-, against tergiversation and do
dealing on the part of thfl Turks.
Thfl Balkan representatives he said
WOUld n?it have waited to their a I
disadvantage so long before ream
hostilities but for the genuine regard
which the Balkan kingdoms had foi
advl . of the powers. Hfl again re?
jected the idea that even a smull ft I
lion of Adrian.?pi?' i i rel line l
Dr. Daneff concluded by s.r. m.k:
Turkey should have understood that
sil- must abandon Europe entirely
permanen a there being opp
only he :h allies bul b) the pow r ??, !
themselvi as shown b
live note. T;:rk?'. has refus.0 .|dil
; ??. efully, but will be forced to do ao
l.y another war. after which, fully .
Iiing the strength of the Balkan Btal
sin- s di become their frlei
Osman Nisaml Pacha, .?f the Turkish
.;? ? gation, rldl iled asa rtlon thai
the elites would be able to storm .\??ri
anoplfl in a few daya Ht said I
u?r? evident!) playing on the Igno
? ? of the publii. He point? d oui
that the fortifications <.n the hills sur?
rounding 'he town form a circle
twenty-five mllea in diameter, within
whii h are other In les squall] strong
in addition tin town la proti ted b
natural defences as the r\
Arda, Tundja and Maritza, and he d?
( lared that the garrison in the fortress
could resist an enemy oven tenfold su?
perior in numbers, which the allied
foi ? l are not.
The plan to tak?- Adrianoplfl by star?
vation liad evidently been ahandone?!
the Turkish commandant having
proved ?us ability to furnish Bupphea
Indefinitely for th" fighting men and
ti.e i llians within thfl town
51,000 ?Bill FM?
19-Year-Old Singer Gives Up
Fortune for a Career.
When I-'l.-r? n? e A.'.,] Ii., ? -'??;*?
before Um footlights as Marguerite, is.
a . on- t-i-i adaptation of l'a.-t," at tat
Ma lestlc Thi atre In Brooklj <.. I ??
night, the Hung away I fortune.
Plorencfl is nineteen, sad next yew
she expected to enjoy the ?
est?t? of 1100,000 which had been
promised to her prw bjlonall; by . rieb
mint, who had I horror of girls goin.
on thfl stage.
After th? Pri
reporter how hard she bad triad la
resist the temptation to aii i Ii
? i .iust couldn't stand II ?< ?? v ?
it looked Ilk? s terrible
whole hundred thousand bul I
string t.? it that would have ma
terrible burdi n. Thla Is I
bou i hs ?? s| ? ni foi month*."
The young sit,.;
with the rich auni who Is
The sldei M ss tl.,- ??
!.. I., a here she is prom
The aunt motored in fr..m H
night, and waa In
her ? tram nh ? e appear? d. Bl
left the theatre in a verj angt tn.-o;
a - aoon as M lea H es s eared
ON THE RAILS.
. lar.--? thai
more bustm as th< i natng
thi n tl ?" can sttend l v\>
- - ? the least
. .u>p. -?r- ti and tbflf la ?
i tii i i. -? - ?
8. Alimatt Se (Cue
Will hold This Day, Monday,
the following Special Sales:
Dress Silks Silk-and-Wool Poolins,
Colored Dress Linens, Muslin Embroid?
eries : Women's Washable House
Dresses, Silk Petticoats, Knit Under?
wear and French Hard-embroidered
?Batiste Co??ars: aiso Children's Shet
fand Wool Jackets.
An important Sale of American
Rugs will be commenced.
J?f?li Auriiitr. -Milt un?t :i5th *trrfls. JXnu ?nrk.