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?es SEE YOUTH
SLAIN IN GANG FIGHT
Victim Shot in the Back by
Members of Rival Band in
Williamsburg Bridge Plaza.
TWO WHO FLED ARE HELD
Killing an Incident in Feud Be?
tween "Chicarella" and
"Bearcat" Levy Gangs
Sister Hears Shot
Williamsburg Bridara Plaaa la Brook?
? '1 a ???nj? hghl
. hlch Dai i.) Miniar, ti clerk, ? I
? t4 o?d, of Na 132 Ru1 ledge
? >t mu? Instantly killed.
Th.- ?inn?' took place in from ?'f the
? illding in South Fourth and
Havi itn-v, r atr. ?
Salva toi i tw. titv >*eari
s ". ?T ii iv smej ei ::rest, and
??hm man, twenty-three years
<\ | \ treat, Manhat?
tan, were ca ight after a chaae and
? i up m thi i ? ?' i.i avenue sta?
tion on charges of homicide in a bar
?hop ;it N". 246 South 4th ?
the \. .1 ?t revolver whl< ii tb< >
i.. Andrella, while in
ilon vv.is found an
The Bin i continuance of
the fend ? ? the ' fie. arella >-?
'.. . i.: ng, Bev
eral m? mh.-r?? of the gang have been
? 1 fit they have invariably re
i to furnish the polio with Infor?
tnetlon, dectarlng that their comrades
would bav? revenp?? In their own U v.
f .mors had hern heard lately th
gang Aght vv.is due, bul lb? polies
An hour I ?'fore be was killed M
uns with Frank M< Qua!? y. of So. 1T1
Ain'' ? itn - They had parted and
Minzor was crossing South 4th Btl
when two men wer.- seen to follow him.
and wlion within twenty fe?T of him
l.oth whiff?.i cut revolver? and ?
in shoot. Minz.-r f.n dead on the
walk and the two men bed,
Policeman Cosgrlff, of the Kast 67th
Btreel stati-m. Manhattan, who was ..n
the plaza, pulled his revolver and fol
? .i Friedni. he caught in a
rowd a- South 8d and Havemeyor
Andrella had run up South
-1th - I was ? aughl h'. Pi
: ind Hoy le. Mcyualey
bald as a witni
Tl . .lira ted fully five : ?
? ? i'.hin live minutes, anl
v t.. call out the i??
the Bedford avenue sta?
? ? . Me..,lance aurgeon
th?- win. mat irg Hospital h i i
stated Minier died blatantly tbe
whs taken t" the polios statical.
Lillian Minser, a sister of the mur?
ing the hrl.ieTe
pISZS ?'ii the opposite side, when she
toting and followed '.he
crowd, only to learn later that it w.u.
i ..-.';, r vv In. leid b'-en killed.
CORSET MAKER ACCUSED
OF BIGAMY BY HIS WIFE
Magistrgte Holds A. Otten
heimfr in $2,000 Bail on
\ 'if .I ? >ttt i,h. Inter, a 11 la? i
nur, vvimae place of business Is li
?..ft building No ;tj4 Fourth aver,.- end
who lives In the ii.,'.. Ansonla, s/ai ? i
tn s. ?? '..a tu:.i .m a ebargi ?.'
? . ::.v by Magistrat? Kernoehaa In tha
West Sujo Court y*aatarday, Tha com?
paint wat? ruacie b) LUllai Ottenh?
.? ad wife of the defendant, who
charged he had taksn u third arlfe, ill.?
tint wife Is dea-i.
Mr Otteuhelmer. t in <> iKi. hl| <<
1 .i? ,i Lssuterl ?? i. . '. leavorod I
ni? th?- ,i. f, . t .ite ;,;,.i i..\et merried
the w.iriiat. who osad? ii.-- etraiplaint She
I ?Cama ? ? K< lied W hen lie :
his denial and Inalated that she could
assertion. This she ,), | to < I
satisfa?etion of tha magistrate.
In her Wmplsint she declared sie
n ?aleawoman in a New Vuk depaitinenl
more wh?iti she met the. defendant, and
that th? > wer. msillsd bjr :? justice of
thf. peace In \\ hit. flan:- Bl ? s im un?
able, however, to e,i\.- ?,, proof
Later, she ?.it I. wl I ti.e de?
fendant WOtS slltltie; on ' ; n uf
their hume .(t \ - 41 lie Kali. SVSflUe, a
priait went '.>. .-'i she suggested to
ISk I.Itn tu blest Ifie
marriaic Hs '.m,?' in response io
their request and married them. The
dant H'lm.tt. j this i, .(
d Us validity "n the ground that
it was performed without a licensi Tie?
RSV. William A. I". C'oUrttitv of St.
. ?? lan'a Church, vaih?- Plaine, then t?e
th.it he wedded ttie COUpl? on June
Mr.? 'it: -..Id bar husband left
hi r last May. and that In Noveittber she
? ? i 1 Mile ?i. :..' Smith
at th?- Leonor! Hotel, Madia n avenue and
Ottenhelmer admitted having
rontracted this *aa**itage, and was
I) held for tria'
GETS $1.000 COLUMBIA PRiZE.
Ifai :i C Braaabachar, jr. of itufTaio,
was vot.-d the must observing student in
the graduating ?hiss of roeessantesj en
? riiiet in Columbia University yeeter?
aii?i bf has basa nantsd aa the
, nt for ii.i3-'i4 of the Bdward a Der?
carrying an income of $i,ow.
Brombacher rowes" os hi? freebmefl crew
;i' I I in 1H1?J
BUY "MILLER" LIGHTING
FIXTURES AND LAMPS
Electric, Gas or OH
<mr assortment 1? irenf?
?ml >uii. 'Miller'' quality is line
lAShtin? Bster?? and lenas? sttrsel ?a
i, ,r\ B S I 'It pays to sele? |
(lome and See "Miller" Styles
ELEGANT WEODIKG PRESENT
Edward Miller & Co., "??ASP
SEA CAPTAIN, ALWAYS
LUCKY, SOON TO QUIT
Diedrich Hogemann, Commander o? Kronprin?
zessen Cecilie, After 2,387,743 Miles of
Ocean Travel, Here on Last Trip.
w i., n the ateatnei Kronprlnxessin ?"
ht . r.'i? k ship "f the N'<" i" ,;' '
man Lloyd Line, wir? ? ;
ay, sails for Bremen In s fea
daya she a II be commanded foi tin- lasi
time !'? i.'i 'i?i iv incidentally
' i.mmodo ? " l he Xoi i ii ? lermai
Lloj d fl< ??' Dledi Ich H?gemann Ils i
ink.- reached the .?:-??? ,.; - d th a rec?
ord ?>f forty-foui yean of ses v- ? ??
must ?it ii in id- emplo) ol II ?? line ol
? ill? li he '.- n ?? highest rated com
Captain ! l?gemann
foi a cham a te real In the man?
net "i "land lubbera" and en oj lb? lid*
fui t une he haa si a seaman
for the lasi thirty-foui rears he has
capl ed the 1 i ere) hounds
and in thai time not s : has be?
fallen a single vrssrl <?: pai i m
iiiitt.-ii m hit charg? ? aptali 11
estimate i yt iterda thai ht had pi ot< d
tl ?. artera of s million i ??? aoi
'in, ?. ...,' ..f i he number of ml
.u ge Am an
offlcei he covered ?27.230 mi i - Before
thai lime he ii ; - ? i made ICO.OM miles In
sal ii r? v. . Bine? ha ? be? n .?
makins a t< tal es of travel.
rich 11? g? mann'i - outhfi i da? s were
? . ? Ills
tath, r i,H.i beei .. istei of salllna vea?
a? . later si terl ? the i one
? i In which ' area to become i
commander. He aerved hs sn iw.r urti
cr and abei eyesight becam? poor
... \- alt ion n-* pui
'j'! - youngei I loajremann'a fin
aga u.?s on Iba steams' |p iTnl? D i
later becam? I a propertj th? North
,m Lloyd II
"it was at a t i
years ???" lhai wa tied up lo a doch on
thtl very f-|."t,'' be Bald I ? - ? p.in?1
de? k of the i enl Kroi
?>ii his return to German] after 11,:.
? ? ? |gn? . o
. rtlng five ? eai s i.
? eh? passed hia ms It
?I !?? ; lod
? ? thai hla moai exciting sdventur
i.ft-i; i:m. Mmi u\ . ? attle c
Bedar in.fi was captured by
?i,?i h?- a as taken i" i -
, . . ...
months he was kept witn the othera
. ; a: Bella Isle
In IS?:' he entered the i mploy of Hi
North German Lloyd Line aa fourth if
.i. ??! on i ht lea mei Preuseer On tha
ami othei ahlps ?.r the same companj ii?
..,??? i udins ten i r Ips ?
China mi'! i'ii? to Brasil. One ?if ii"
? .? Kail
Wllh? in? ?i?i Grot ?
v.-t anteen lim? i omm Hiding ? ? tT?
.. i 1...I, ? he asi imed chai ge on lh<
Ks.-. ? \\ Ihelm ?i tnd made thirl
i ound rlpi
\V:. i the Ki on pi Inz? Cecil!? are
built .? '? ? n ?? h? 'a'?!? ?I at
aa a marvel ol design, appointment .?
S|.! L'aptaln i logemann m ai given the
envied post ??f commander He lias taken
her ?'i. fifi v two r,..n .i ' ? Ipa i>? i e een
and N. "? v.'i i. When the liner
rill h.i\- com?
pleted his fifty-fourth and last voyage
us- th presiding genlui on hei bridge
? 'aptain i logemann had '?? en d<
the 1 rder ol the Red Bagh ?
the ord? ? l 'russia n ' 'i on n, the
ordei if t!.i ' n ,? Knights, th? Ba*e
dl.lei of VVaftserman and the Italian
..f the ' 'i own
N-xt Baturda) ? \enlng ?
promlnenl O rman-Amei can residents of
? ?? m ii unite In honoi .hl- hlra at a
dlnnei t" be given at Bbei
I ' s p. n?a ble t hat i ht Kr?n]
l'et-llle in the future will in? commanded
by l*a| ?!?--- Poiack, noa In i hai ga
' ? - ? ? .? iVaahii gton
DOUGHERTY SAVES TH
Pickpocket Rewarded for
Given in Rosenthal Case.
i '..v..i i ?alnov, alias David Gord?
pickpocket who gave Hie pollca
tlon which led to th,- arresl ol
Blood" and 1.' fty Louie." !n Iba R
thai murdei ?,n" waa released up<
ended aentence \aaterda) bj .!>
li? aalaky ? ?,. Beeeiona i ?a
pleaded ?mitt in grand larceny n?
i:.. detectlvea ? ho srreated Mm he ?*??
Tin - - lentei
: ? a latter srhl Dei P
missioner Doughert) wrote tn
saisk ? 'ommlssioner I ??? 8 i I
i ?alnov liH?! render? d "able aai
to the police, and mat the d?
woul '? n nj i< niency t ha I m!
be shown him
$100.000 HOTEL LOSS TOI
Arrest of Astor Employes Brin
Story of Big Thefts.
Through the arraignment el Li
m rhettl ai 'i B ino Mm? rui ?.. ? .
?.f the Hotel Aator, charged with reel
- tolen gOOdfl a! 'I ?rraii.i ta
? . st Sut.- ' '?Hin yeaterda] . the at?
t- - told In court ?if ho? hotel >i
of N-w v?.:i. ''it\- have been mad?
ol n..?-.Ins ? mployea la the ?
aimom ti<?i.<J00 worth of aUverware, wli
i i ?i . .K.f i tu i ha last year.
Detective Brlerton arrested toe men
aere h 11 lug U i Bei van! - snti <? i
of the hotel, ii"- detective allegr?
- pocketa wera bulging with alb
kiiivt-8 and forka and amall Bllvei 1rs
la ail ninety-flee pit i ? i
\- No. 21 i West Mth Btresl ?he
lllghettl H-.?-> !'.r:-rliiri says he fou
avery n?..,k and COI
? itti-sh having been utn*7..?! a?
ftoiSK? plac? Then- wer?- mor?- than II
hundred pi?ces of tableware found In i
room Km! quantities ??f irlnea ?i"i ?dga
Ifaglatrate Kernoeban put ovei t
hearing until lo-dsy, Bending Blmeral
and Mlgbettl t" c.-iih
FUNDS FOR ART PALACE
Laymen as New Trustees Wi
Aid Money Campaign.
Ti isteea ..f th?- Nun lemy A
soctatkin, inc.. formed t" obtain in N>
Vi??k adequate accommodation! for a
axhlblts, met yeaterda) si the Pine Ar
Building, N" Bi Weal .'>7iii atreet, ai
? ? ted additional membei s ?if the
board t?? launch a campaign f"' ihe Be
eaaan funda for an an palace Thei
Included Hear) i Prick, wbe arlll ipi
resent the Metropolitan Muaeutn i
! Art mi the board. I! I .
representlnit t lie Saw fork publie 1
brary; Jamea Bpeyei as i member fror
the ?"harnii? r ?.f Commerce, and Pran
it Lawrence, preaidenl "f "a Lota
?lub. thi iitst uf Beventeen laymen Irui
i. ?- in be ? ?boat -
The tr itateea a rtnoun? ? d 11 ?
acquire Ihe land adjoining the i aaea
Fine Arts Bullding, constating
foot Montage on ;i7t)i street an?! runnlni
through t" KSth street, with ? fronta?gi
of 70 feet on that tbOTOUgl i;nr when
ould b I'.iii suitable addltlona t?
ti. (resent exhibition gallar) if tin
land cannot be bought al ?? price to nni
Isfy ti.<- n latees the) will, they de?lare
aeil ti.i.i present building .""l sits m.1
make plann for a. i, w art pa a? ?
"An efTort \s, 11 be mmlf t?> ha ?? thl
im?n? lai affairs of the a^??" lath.n ad
mlnuttered by laymen Preaidenl Aiex
antler aald yeeterday, "and I a art hs
ii? ? i of ihe avevemenl *'v artista
The following truateea ?ne predefal at
ti,?- meeting? John W Aleatander, iiow?
ar?i Rueee!! Butler, Harry W. Watroue,
Predertch Dlelman, Frands I Jones
Keinen ?'ox. Daniel C. French, C ??rant
!.!? I'ait-f William A Morir (A lltirnan
A Ma. S.U. Ina,I.n Kontl. Hi ; t Hanson.
I'onn Barber, B?win il BlasbfleM,
I Charlea Dana ??iiison, Henry B BneU,
I James Ipeyer gad Frank i, Lawrence
TWO COLLEGE ROBBERS HELD.
Sam Haven, <"rin. May I Uexander
Dmmmond aim Henry P. Wendland, of
Brooklyn, n. 1 who wera arreatad last
week in tint a<t of robbing? ?? Val.- rani?
?leiit'H room and hau- confessed t?? rob?
borles at Hanrard, Brown, Williams ?nil
other rollagea, vera held for triai ?m bur?
glary eharses to-day. They *\,.v leche?
up In default of bonds.
POLICE POOR BOLL?IS
INTO SHE RIOTERS
Twenty-five Persons Hurt in
Fight in Front of Syra?
NO WORK LEFT FOR TROOPS
Disorders Finally End with
Opening- of Negotiations for
Settlement of Building
Hi i ? ?.
er? beln? i . ? |
' '..? Sill, .
men, v . ??
Beonfettl, th? Its
Rochester, ? I
tu .?.ait on th? to . ? th ' t ??
? Hj.;.- dispute betwe?
ront ' j- i m i ' irbltra!
The contra? toi ? hi tl
Ingnes? to hsve the matt?i arbiti ited
? irder wai rMtoi ed with the flral ne
ri.tintions fo ?< settlement, snd the three
; f stut" mllltls, which
i ad i.? ?i, celled out when tl
lion assumed i serious sspeel had noth
Ing to .i" i !.. aoldlei - wer?
at poli. lustier? on I 'Union I
Th- si,,;,, Btsi ted last Thursdi
1,180 laborera at,.i hod carriers demanded
an l?crese. M rrsgei Thej .red i
eel IS ;.'i h" II li ltd H s U ? >l f.it .m InCI ?'.! ?
baaed on ? iltdlag seal, fron
cents sn houi Thi contractor! ? ? t .
t he demsndi
Th? itrlkeri mostl foreigner! bad pa*
rsded th.- ?.le.-ii dailv. and t:..>> mornlna
tive hundred of them tried t" force wort
nun f'.i'ii .i structure on ih< equar? In
front ?.f '!"? i .itn.- ir.ii of th.- Immaculate
I "on? e|.I|..l. lu th. hem t of H.e ' II . I'.tt.V
policemen und a Brscompan) srere i isb <i
t., the ?cen? snd were greeted with a
volley of hi
T he poll? .-. to frighten the strik? ?
th.lr revolver! and Bred Into the sir, bul
t !.. i lotel i con I ? .-?? t he ofll? ei I,
l?verai of whoni fell with icalp cuts
Weapon! aere then lowered snd lb? i"
He? Bred st tha striker?, Injuring l?verai
.mi forcing bundrtdi t?. flee. Th? police
to.<k twentj Bve prisoners, ten ol whom
IV ,.,',,' I ' ? ? . I .,, -.1
i ?[ the poll, "ne i. Injui d i >.. Id T imp*
bwbI i ned a fraci .r.-.i akall i Is
srltl a brick and hie condll Ion la
? >tii?-r policemen Injui > d w er?
Patri? iv <?i "in. <>."ige Kun ?? iui.ni
Jai ..i. Blenheim, Thomi ?> I u i tcol
gchmidt, f nu.h Zlnsmelster Charles 11 ? >|.
.ii ? end Mi' heel I m\ Ii ah :.? ? c t snd
??,. .?? i i . '? - '.? b..?- shot in ti.?- sbdomen
Slid bis i ? ?? i 1.? il.t .\|,eet..| Martin
Lull, .i spectator, arm? ibol in th? iboti
Aft.r thi- dist?rbame ?'luef ..r fullee
Csdin ordered th- pollci to ihoot to
K 1*11 at tie Bl It s:l'ii ,,f a :1?.l Protect
youreelvei and protect property." he
gei -i ?? - ..i-i m t? i bete eea
the striken ami the polir?, in wb
irsl personi were slightly Injured
Right to Issue Burial Permits Is
Granted After Examination.
By sn a mend men 1 .if m..- ganlta ? i od?
yasterday th? Bosrd ol Health granted
permission to tuu- Mteopethi la tha
state t.. issu? burial certttVate? The
twelvs v,,.-,- thua favored after passing a
m.?.iie:.! examination conduct?*?! bj the
state Board of Msdlcal i-.vamiii. i?. tha
DS fOI Wl 'Tl Wile |lM'p:i'ei| hv the
Board ? f Regents.
The new smendmenl t>. the ?"?i- will b?
known ..- \" >:\ n requires that
death certlflcatea be tdgned by a physician
on whom h...? been conferred Mas degree
of doctor of medi. in,?, or hy g phyil. tan
who ha? passed the rnsdlcal ixamlnatlon
. and i? led ii the st.ne, end the qu?stsotis
prepared b) the Hoard of Regenta
SHUTOUT RACE BETS,
IS ORDER OF SULZER
Sheriffs. District Attorneys and
Waldo Warned to Guard
BELMOMT INVITES WATCH
"Pari-Mutuel" to Rid Sport of
Gamblers Suggested by
Jockey Club Head?Civic
Bodies Spurn It.
? ?.,;.. .Mat I Oovernoi Bulser aenl
?letters to?da] i" the aberifTa and dletrid
attorneys "f Naaaa Queens Klnga and
, N? v, fort eountJea and t.. Rblnelandei
Waldo, Police Commiaaionei of Men rork
? li . directing Ihem "to prevent all
... itak? - made t?> depend
.|...i. an] hoi -?? race In i he natui a ol
; gambling a Ithin j ou.I
Th? ? ; ? ? m?.i - lett? i foll?n
? ? ? been brought lo
?iti'iitioi. thai ii"?s? racing win aboit
I) i?- renewed in your county, i hereby
1 you to tak? all at cessai y rneaa?
in.i pr?... utlona t" enfoi ? - the
i.. ,s,- ail the means within youi i
an?! autiioi?it i.. -??? h?? the strict ? B
:??: ' ? in. ni "?' i ht :.?? " - m i? sard t?i 8
?Uni unlaa ful and
| improper practic? .. acl relatli
? iin?,-. i.Itmaking, or any other
kind >.f gambling; and, further, to r ?
renl ail wagera, b? i- 01 itakea, made to
depend hi.on an? horae race in th- n- I
ol gambling within tour county.
"Your ati'-ii ? illy directed
i?. Articl? i. Be? lion ?>. ??? the Btal.
, itlt itlon, and ;?? Artl? la M of it'.. Pena
Law, entitled "Gambling.1 eepectall) under
! -ai?! article to Be? l m - M Ml ind stl of
: the Penal Lan
'Vu i a III i ? h? i,i sin. ti)
? ? the i ei fot manca ol o dut -, lbs
R i asaoi lations arl ?? '? ??m?- il e
? i.: the Sheriff, and (? - dep
? i.t. pi.'.-iii-iit ,?r the
.!... k-\ Club, reati da ?, na? to
? ?" ei n?ii s ?. i ' - an no in? en en! regard?
ing bettlflg .ir-? bookmaklng on lb? ? ?
tra? ks Mr. Belmonl d< u I i kn
s . se - attitude was thorough
, ? to n ? .
and theti ??:: ils. track ? ?? .? ? I
... '? tlves eould co-operate
the) ?ii?l not wmi i
iw and < ? ? ? . ?, i
anti-gaml ling leaj
Mi Belmoi I - ,u. ited I i 11
: . ? '?-m as a meibod i >
. ' ?.tnakei ?? ? mg? r
is well as In Kentuch
? ?:i thla aide ? hi? h i... ? adopt? .1 '
Mi !:? Imonl - ent I
; ... ; 11. r 'a rei
? his attitude loa aid k ?mbllng
.raes In this a
I ' . ? ?
an would expect bin to sa
Welcome Deputisi in Any Number.
Th?- ratina il i i ? ?
t . .... itlon -if
if and ?
' The ai I do n? Il
.?i '.?, -..? let.
segue to ' ?
. -? th? an
"On tl t of the I
about i. ? . . ' i ?
? d i" ? epel nUli
? ?i from a hatei ? i quai ter thai
itlon of the loi- ol its u
?i.' la ted or a i : i- pet m I
i ..i,, i ? ?a ii ii m hii'h s?.-? ailed
era of | ii
, ? ? ..r hoetiill to ? ic? track ram
bllng rea aim? d at thi iporl
do not wish to se?
'"Thsy la) to rar Ins
? i oll ....n..-, I ! . - ... n hlch
s sought In | il) alng
Il ? l'-rf." tly legitimate ?? h ;
and InduBti ol ho bree? s than the
deatructlo "f the vineyards and 11.n
and i - a Be da to si"t> <h Inking
?| . , .? .t ? .? -. ? ? ' ?... ? her tii<?
?i? rislon In ths ?-<? -<n?;???! Bhan? ? i ? ?
? rmed b) tha Coi 11 of Appeala or not.
"The atats to-da) authorises horas rae
in>; and its systematized conduct b) law,
?m.! th..s- who desire and hat,- th- In?
diap itabla i ighl to pai ti? Ipate In ra Ii :
are entitled lo court deflnltlona ?>f lawi
applying t., the peraonal conduct of pa?
Irana and apectatora The courta ara
ai o have ? ??? n p taring on lht m, and,
whate.ei the verdict the sasociatlons
obey them and remu'dl i any
Insinuaiions ihal Ihe) ms attempt to
Noniense About "Sport of Kings."
\ ? ..i,l on tins Oft I. it?-i at. .| ii",
,i th?- sport "f kin?.-? it ii framed t>
be and la conducted as a popular apori
The pa report t?> it is clean and honest
dealing. The ruler?.of racing appl? to
th.- h imbleet and Mgg? si participant
silks end ars enforced In the -.?m
n ha- no graatet dlfll? lit) In itn
,iffoi is to exclude the undesirable than
.,. othei occupatlona of 'his great com?
munity, arhetbei for plea sura "i bual
. , ? -
Tills llale COUld abolish to- book?
makei and plungei with one stroke .,f
Un- pen. The li-ri'li pan mutuel' h.iH
driven them from evert race coures on
the continent of Europe, and is doing
the same t?iila\ in Kentucky ami !u
?m h Btatea ?here Iba 'mul lal bet' i-?
i'oi Mr !?? n ..m i - as to ih
"pari-routuel' - stem the civic bodies
that are laying plans to k.-e|> racetrack
?. ing ?"it bad aotblng bul ? ondemna
\\- would Bgbl lb? 'part-mutuel' Sys?
tem fust BB we wouiil Bghl the return of
Open (...?ikmakiriK." ????'I th- ReV. Dr.
Waltet x. i-ii'iia*. "f Ibe Pederation ?.f
Churchea, "1 would aol care to piss an
opinion whetber thai system would work
mora or i?**1? harm than the ??i?l atyle
bookmaklng, bul H would be equally In
rlolatkM ol Iba prindplea eatabllabed by
t;overn?>r HugheO in hin fl?ht on ia-e
INDIAN NOW A CHAUFFEUR.
William Kartell, a halfhree.l Indian,
w !io hat been t'nrrerl from running: an
automobile bacanaa be could not read or
w i ite. mnv ?io OO non Parrel I was ?i
rested on iaturday nlgbl for running a
car without n li.eii??e When taken to
the Weal Bide court MatTiatrata Herbert
heeame liitarealod in bis eaae and ar
ranged arltb lbs Beeretary el s'ate for
a apeclal examination ami license for
.Ml:.-'. Al <;i'ST BKLMONT,
Mrs. Belmont Urges Theatricals
to Cure Badness.
ra . ph ton : ? i . ?
Itl? hmond, Va . Mav 6 Mrs August
BeImont, ?h., un? Elesnor Robson, the
si tr< ited dramatics for *-1? > i -
dren snd adults as a vital feature ..f
ground snd recreational actlvltlea
at th.? recreation congress here to?
night She discussed what is to be done
with the few hours of leisure working
people heve ?tul how lo till thr.se ?. ira
with sai e and henithv- amusement, v? hlch
si tha Bams time ?ms sn educational
? [an t i? ressonabl? to ?uppoee." she
asid, thst In man) cas. thi dness
comea froi a i ed dramatic ui?
Mrs f? |mont bslisvss i1'"
outlet foi ? In?
? . ...ii
h. 4 I get) In a
i and P. P
?. dent of thi
ettlng hi? Inebtlti?? ?., be
II,300.000.000 IN REALTY
BACK OF CITY'S BONDS
Father Knickerbocker Has Good
Security for Loans. Con?
1 - ? svidenr? ?>
bot - ' I? i ??
?sued m statt m. ni v esterds)
..f ti. ? ? . ?. ml? i
.i ' St? v all. ,| at $1.
equlty for tue
: kg ? ' ' ?
?? of lh? pevementa, ? ind I
v '. n. made,
w i i ' reveal 840 ?'?
? ?? || to he .I'd,I Ted Troll:
rorth of itl "wn
hold? m f- s
? . ?. , estate
v jual bt '-n
with the Su khi; B*und ( 'onunl
.i.v. the ''ontrollei pai
ror city pro| ??? n
? , ind
has .? .. I
deve ' ? th. p.'.^i whei
, rs of taxes
nershlp had not been dl ?
., .?? | i,m the title wsb
j,, r?.'ii w ho hou thi ' I e prop. ?
Pm- ? ? Ing h?
j?i opei ncreased ii i al a n
Ity ere glvi n Btuyv? satit
Park, for Inatence, wa-^ Bold to the city
I In 1838 It is now value,| at $1.
>?? Mount at. rrls Pai k, a. uuii ed B<
In ' ?.'' li b
"Coi g 1 he pi ? sent i ctra irdlnary
., . i . ra: k. ?ays i .?? i epo
sonn i ? i.i . : i propert> in Fifth
intl ? wins value
of the arrea of i
; ' ..vv ns l'"I'u!a
i, ?? !?? ,i.-.'eleiaie.i i additional
i I? imt Improbable thai
v, ithln t he nexl fee ? ? ? ? hi pai :.> alone
?sill offset in va ? ? . .i.- presen!
funded deb? of ? ?
APPEAL TO SCHOOL HEAD
Stuyvesant Boys Outline Griev?
ance After a Day of Disorder.
\ itrlke ' "iiiinitii. ' of twenty boya
100 pupil i of th? BtU) ?
- ? i High s, hoot, In Bssl 15th itreet
. Ited Di Ernest R, von Nardroff, th?
principal, aft?-r school yesterdai snd pr.
setit-.i their grievance? t.> him. Th? call
followed a da) of disorder.
At noon i out one hundred boya rushed
th.- teachers on guard at the doors, took
luncheon outside the building, contrary n?
the rules, and Indulged It* other forceful
demonstration! of their obje tions t.? what
; .' clerc ara iinjusi rules and regula?
' vi th? i,' rteral sssembl) v. sterdsy
ng the ?...v.. registered theli protest
sgaln by refusing to sing,
The boya raved their voices foi tbel
noon recesa when <>n reaching th? baas
ment lunchroom they Indulged In popu?
lar melodies Tsblss wsrs overturned and
dishes broken sa the boyo rushed for tha
doors after thej had sstsn. About half
??f th.- boys who went out did imt t*Ot*M
hu.'k. b tha s. hooi iti |ih and
wan..i f.,, i colleague? t.. bring mil
' ? ooka Then araa ansthei demon?
stration of ilnging and ?rlld chesting in
th- strseta when achool whs dl*nnl*-eed.
Dr von Nardroff said he Bympstblssd
with Boms of the eotaplatata th?? ootnmlt?
tea mad.?, particularly in regard t.. th..
fo aatJag la a hot. overcrowd.
ed lunchroom in the basement ifs h?>
peels to th? Board of kMucation for an
adequate lunchroom bad been unheeded,
h- ?aid and in- bad sapeeted trouble for
it vv.is uro a st tha ctmference thai
ih" whola question should hs debated at
"ass.in!,|. ? t.'ilav. BBd further Confer?
enees will |,? had BStWSSa the prliuipal
and faculty and the hov i.
Manhattan Men and Women
Play Part of Good Samaritans
to Paterson Children.
FED ON MILK AND COOKIES
Haywood and Miss Flynn
Cheered by Juvenile I. W. W.'s
Cooped Up in Big
The B.tul instalment of strikers'
children from Paterno* cam?- across
the North River on the W-sehnsrhso
ferry at 6:30 o'clock last night, coopad
up in ;i big auto trink like lambs in a
livestock car. Tholr chubby Httl? bare
arms protruded through ,llft iBttles
u?.rk Waving r??l industrial Worker? of
the World pennants wh'-n the truck
pulled up in front "f the Labor Tem?
ple, In Bast B4th street, where th-'- toti
were "distributed" among sympathis?
ing mothers and fathers <>f tins city.
Sume of the waifs wer,- singing the
"Maraeillaiae" when they were caught
up in the arms "f strong men ami de?
posited "" the sidewalk. Several
women who were waiting to take the
young arrivals upstairs ami intro?lu<?e.
them to mugs Of milk ami sugar
rookies, had t" Wipe their eyes with
i their handkerchiefs before they could
?.. kiss them.
Frederick Bumnor Boyd and Miss
Margaret Banger, s Brooklyn nurse,
chaperoned the tnp. Throe industrial.
Workers of the Wforld physicians ex?
amined (he boya and Kirls in Paterson.
' Four were left behind on account of
'skin and eve disease? Tha phyfrtciaas
| said there was not a normally healthy
'child m the aeventy-oavan who cam?
to Manhattan, the majority Of them
suffering from malnutrition.
As th'- auto truck passed through
Passai,? ami I'tiion Hill the Juvenil"
Industria: Workers of the World kept
up the Blognn
"Who are we? Who are ?c1 The
i. w. w. strikers; can'l v?>u sao?"
They cheered nine times for Will
lam I'. Haywood, six times for Eliza-,
both Ourley Flynn, who a/aa mainly I
reaponaible f"r the trip, she having
I convinced the parents the children
?would in- wall cared for by industrial
Workers of the World folk in New
York and Brooklyn. The youngetera
cheered ?arlo Trenca and Mr, Boyd bo?
\i B? ? i thej piled out of ihe
truck am! sat ,i??\vn on a bit Of green
grass to sal sandwiches ami drink ?cd,*
water There was some delay on the
Weehawktn side of the ferry, so II was
int?> when the* rattled through 13d
Btreet to Tenth avenue and startled th?
throngs of homegoera with their chases.
After they liad filled themselves with
milk and cookies the children consented
to answer qiieotlOM, Most of them
said they were not vorj hungrj
their p.?r."tits had been helped i.> tiie
stiik'-rs' nul iiiiiiinitl"i>. (?thers de?
clared they lefl hoir." because thers
were t?..i man) children at home 10 lie
fed. Not one fell homesick, of coursa
Miss Banger said Ihs children's com?
mlttee had a system of ticketing that
m.i.le it Impossible for any of th?> ?hil
?ir? u to gel lost or misplaced in the
shuffle. Mr. Boyd sal?! 150 more hoys
ami puls would In- brought over from
Paterson next Bunday, The youngest
of yeeterday'a arrivals was four v. ?:
old. Tm.I? at -.?? aa eloi en.
I'.in-i son Ma - I A met til ?. of i a
special committee of twaoty-flva ritlsens
which la trying to hii|i?: about a settle?
ment ?>f ih? allk strike waa he,d in th?
Council chambers at th? ?Paterson City
Hall tO-nlght format ?iovernor John
VV. Orlggs opened thu meeting, whi?-h was
attended bj twenty-throe members.
Upon r?solution of former .Indue Kran- I
- otl II ?.?s decided to appo-nt stib
eommitteea, conaietlng of a committee on :
Investigation, a committee on concilia?
tion and a committee on t??ame, to offer
their services to hoth sides In the eon
ii??v. i ay and to wan i tu?e ?ja v s for reply.
ii nona is received, then another most?
mg of the Kill.ral Committee will be
1 >r. Walter H Johnson advocated driv?
ing the i w. \\ sgitatora out of 1'ater
aon. He styled then, anarchiste and aald
Patereon should emulate the example of
Akron, Ohio, in expelling tiiem. "Wal
might us Well go out of business" he
declared, "It" thei-e people ai> allowed to
go on us the) have been doing and. if
we are to go down, then let us K" down
ATTACK FACTORY OWNERS
Victims of Two Men Who In?
Two rough!) droeeed men entered the
Clonk ""?I suit factory Of Max and Joseph
Lempert at No, ?? Orneas street, yam
terday, und after demanding *?n, which
whs refused, sailed apon the employes to
quit work and attacked the proprietors.
Ol.' them dren h kn.fe an?l slashed
Max Lempert across the nose. The other
knocked down Joseph Lamport Two of
th.? employes who attempted to interfere i
w,r>- attacked and beaten. Then the in-1
truders ran ?lowri Stairs, two Mights, to I
tha atreet, ami disappeared la different
There had been a strike in the I.empert
shop whi.h had lasted for two month-?,
hut It was Supposed lo have been Bat?
tled hist w.ek. The Laaapart brothers
Bald that the men who assaulted them
pretended to be eaalaaar-lea "f Jullue Wolf,
secretary ?if the ?loak and suirt Makers'
l nion. and that they deman.le.l the ?O? as
a One thai ?m due the union.
Mas I.empert ?aid he had been threat
SOed with violence unless he gave up
money, und aome of the employes assert?
ed that the men had threatened to out
off their hands and feet If they continue?!
to work In the I.? m pert shop
MANS LEG VALUED AT $10,000.
a verdict for lio.n.ia w?s awarded yes?
terday in Just:... v;iri Biclen's court, in
Long Island i'itv. to Orlando W. Mrown.
of Rockvllle <'entre, who had sued the
i.nng; laland Railroad Company for |tl -
">'V Brown's rtgkl lag was cut off in a I
railroad accident laut >ear I
Summer begins anvtirr,..
Von wauled lighter clofJuf,
yesterday as much as ?J
?want it next August. '
How about a fine iW
Cool to the touch.
Cool to tlie eye.
A gray, for instance.?^
.just a suggestion of overpl,'
Or a pin cheek.
Or one with alternate threa*
lines of faint blue and white
Might as well be garnis
and be comfortable.
Sold a bunch of 'em vest**.
All kinds Splits, Sennit,
! Mackinaws. Hanirkoks.Frer^
'< Paints, Panamas.
Athletic underwear, ,',
shirts, silk socks, low slioe?.
everything you want in wtr*
RooEta Peet Compant,
Three Broadway Stortt
at at ?
Warren St. 13th St. ?paa
new yoBK'B i.? torvo thfitu?
EMPIRE ' '' '
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11 BILLIE BURKE
??IziNn THE AMAZONS
KM( KKRrttM Kl K li u:?v awl WtH?
JLLIA SANDERSO? Jg,
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LAST i NIGHTS, i \?.r ; Mir?
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