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V0L LXXriI..N? 24,308.
To.*., .?, tomorr()W fB.u,lBht weM NEW-YORK. THURSDAY,
und north? eut wir
IIDf/'?!/ /-iVl- rrVT la City of Nett* York. Jereer CMysjjd Hebek?
illl L ? J?> tj I. /TjJ> 1 KIHKtVHERE TWO CENTS.
IE REPORT PUTS
tfayor Solely Responsible for
"Outward Decency" Order,
WALDO SILENT ON CHARGES
Commissioner Accused of Let?
ting Guilty Police Officials
Handle Complaints Against
Them and of Being
Led by Them.
Tho second .?Motion of the Curran
aldermanic ?committee's report, mad?
j-ul-M- yesterda]. **lv?t? in detail the
?pecifi^uons ?.f tije committee's nr
mil. f Police Commissioner
Wkldo, an! flatly rhircpp Mayor ?
nor with the reeponalMlity f??r the
-outward order and decency" pro
frrram.Te of the present police admin?
There were only three member*- of
.:ttee at the meeting yesu-r
?day?Chairman Cui ? -?-men
? ting and th.-- Tammany aldermen,
both ? f t-he committee and an the
?expressed confidence yesterday
thai * would be dlaapprov? I
as put ! efore the board.
The four numbers are running a
cabaret show," said Dowllng, "and I
don't wanl t?-> have anything to <k> ?ith
it. 1 will be "'i hand Monday, and if
???poil |s adopted by th?? <ommit
tee I will ask for s week's delay '??
..-?* s minority re; ort. on ?the
Three Laugh at Mayor.
?Of the four "'little aldermen'" who re
? Mayor's verbal chastisement
on Tuesday, Esterbrook, \vh<
the only one not on han?l yesterd
answer the Gs --ment. Alder
mar. Polks s-a.d that he had not
I I t? ? ? - .- ? ? h airman I
ran thought th.it tl-.?? Mayor was i n
just ng th?- criticism <>f Waldo
Curran added that he thought Ulf
a i -.:? ftp on the other .?-ide. in
the way of a "Tammany-Qaynor-Waldo
partnershli Alderman ?Hamilton
igb it probably improved a man's
??'.?.?_? h th? i omm mil
led among th<* M
"I will not proeecut? for libel," h**
I do not think any one
rdi the Major's stauments any
- of weight. It s ?? im
; - -hat they ?Inmai?- -1
? ? n."
Commissions Waldo, When shou n
tio'n Of the I :??-rt. said:
? ? ..et that this ci ? lion
ef the omm I : pon was
to-day by the rnmmittf??- l
? ? -? ? - - ?were
? have no comment to mak?
^011 it '
i of the Commlaaloner's
w| - the report with him it
-a? that Mr. Waldo felt satis
t\tr\ that he could anawer th" eh
h and that his defence, roughly out?
line, would be along this Une:
? | ? actual . mdltloni to-day
that th" ?enforcement ol the
I been eff?sctlve snd that re
- ; -? ' all kinds had been k<*p* within
Thai thore Is : o nridespread
i* ? ? f i lackmall, and could not be
ere m tightly closed
? the discipline of th?? for? e
? ?? ' sued during the pres?
ent administration, and thai thore hua
. ten any general alllan? ?
?the police and lawbreakers
That hia system ?of ?special squads
rh" p on i thei Is th?- best
; . ys-'t devised, That com?
pla:r- irefully bandied by a ?-K-rk
in th? rr.inmissi'.ner s ?>ffi- ?-, and com
p!.a,r* ir? m rltlsoM are welcomed;
thai a thorough Investigation is
'on'InuH on fourth pace, fourth mliimn.
This Morning's Sews.
nan ' hares Against .iisti*" Cohalan. i
Cam Mayor. i
v?, .--.lzer Attack. . . 3
Tammany Under Wa: . 3
? ?-:- Break 4
? . ?1. 5
it ' '?olumbla. o
IT. 1 Degree* . 7
arade I ?assies , 7
of F a Larkln., 9
??? n ho ? Be? ted II
m*. Mors? K.\pla:r:.?- Stork Deal....11
?N'*?? Vori* Teechers Poor Bpellera....11
lata Whiuheed In Record Bartm. 18
-51"7 ? itlgatlon Starrs.IB
???ran Replies te U B Kote . 3
^?tal Defect In Income Tax ?Olauog .. 4
^natora Hear of Sitar Lobbies. 4
i'rr>' ^??nts Tob?ceo Tax..- 4
? on Filipino Bill. 4
? aten? od to Prl?son , 4
. .tf-?l Tiainer. I lead *>
??tCkmall ! '"?*aux.18
Darea Death to Ruin I -erby. , i
tx-Fr*rr>r ,-,<? Hungary Wounded..?.'1
**>*? for \Vr,mfn. S
pHterlel . 8
K*-r'?"y ......'.'.'..'....-....a.... a
?^blt'.ary . . g
'? .10 and 11
?ath#r . .18
^''Pr-ii-if .7. ... '.'.',',. 13
***** and Navy.12
nna' . 14 ?and is
M. BRIAND NEAR DEATH
His Automobile Struck by Ai
other Car and Demolished.
Evrr-ux. France. Jim?. 4. - Th?** form
Premier. Aristide Briand. had a na
row escape fr??m death to-day wh?
his automobil? wa? struck by anoth
and dashed ?galnat a trie.
M. Biiand's ?shoulder was dielocat?
and he was cut se\*erely about the fa<
and hands Ly broken Klatt Th? m.
< hin?* was demolished.
CHARLES S. K?HLER DEA
Private Message to That Effe
Comes from Paris.
A irdlng t" a private cable mc:
Sago from Paris. Fiance, vost.-rda
Charles S. Kohlcr. the wealth! plat
manufacturer snd sportsman, .,f ti
city, .ii?-,) ruddenlj }*eatarday
Th?> m-eesage cune to Dave Lear
th.? trainer ?if his horsei in this COU1
tr>-, at Belmont Park.
Mr. Kohler has been a r,-??? friend ,
racing in the last few years He pul
haaed -.he great lit/ Herbert, Novelt;
th<- last Futurity winner, and oth?
i from Bam Htldreth in ti
darkest hours f??r the sport ?and hi
campaigned stables In ?Prance, Enflai
and this country.
H?* als . )*.?.- ?maintained a hrcodit
?farm in the Ramap.? Valley, ? her
1 nele stands at the head of the stu
and money wai no object when ?goo
horses were on the markst
just befor? ? - France la
or thr.*e ?reeks ago '*f' bought twel-v
trteei ? ?arl ngs ahlch Augu;
Pelmont had in Frame. f?>r ,i ?.??,.)!
sum, and had planned to maintain bi
stables on not h sides "f th?* A;'
He ra?*ed hi? horsea ?'i this ?'ountr
under thi name ??( the Ramapo Btablei
ELEVATOR MAN KISSES
GIRL DOWN FIVE FLOOR!
So Pretty He Couldn't Help It
Donovan Says?Who Is She0
\ kissing eleva;??; :*?..,n a1 No 47 A:*.'
street was ?treated j ? st? rday ?ftern?y>i
on the complaint oi a pretty ste:i? z
rapher fr??r-t*; the top fl?>or. who said th?
her a'.! th-* ?ray <!"?*?? r. fl*.
When he rushed out into th?
street after her and helpe?] himself t<
some more a policeman was <>ne .,f th?
-crowd that | l it th? furloui
"Hi. what"- the nVjtt.r""' sh?..it.*J th?
'?He kissed me'" ?cried the "till. ' H
?:??! kissed me all the Um?
mlng do?n in the .
he followed me out hern air!
kl-se?l ?Tie ?gain."
? -ssed the . ?
a ? ? .-.g ?round she? . .-at th*
?core of ?.*???.??? When she ?.'??t or
th?- car all dresf.-d in white ??he wa
pushed rip-ht up a???-^-< Fh'i Ihe car
was s?, r r??wded. an?l si a
darned pretty 1 |U8I
The ?irl was ',- Pualo, <>f So
V'.i Allen street. an?l th.- elevator man
William I >?>n.?van. thirty-eight
old. ??i No. **?'-' ?Chambers street She
said that Donovan, op? rating II
with <?n- hand, threw th?? Othei
U ind her and held her M tight BlK
. d r.??t fr? ?? herself, all the Mm? I M
Ing her aiiam and as*am. whi!** th"
Other pass? n^eis hx.ked on and In ..
T lonovan ? as arrest? d on th<
? . . rge of disorderly e?ir.?:
U. S. AFTER'COKE'SELLERS
Two Sentenced for Sending
Drug Through the Mails.
Nathan I'ln? h, Iajuis Levy, Elias
<;ii? katein and Isidore Goldstein, on
trial before Judge Mayer and a jut
in the crimina; Branch of ih<- ?Fed?
eral <*"urt. withdrew th?:r pie,.? of not
I guilty and entered pleaa of ?guilty vea?
ay aftern<n>n to an indictment
' ? hargmg them with *? ?olating the |
- in trafficking in cocaine through
? the mails.
Levy and Ulrich were senten.ed to
terms "f MM : ear and three month*?'
impriKonrm*nt in th<- f?deral peniten?
tiary at Atlanta. Qa. Judge Mayer
snded sentence on Ollckstein ind
Ooldateln and continued ih? t?:rm of
the court for three years.
This i?-* th?* ttrst conviction for traf
fi'king in cocaine obtained in the fed?
? ral ?"tirts.
; BIG SNAKE BITES SAILOR
He Had Been with Sunday
School Party?May Die.
Irwin .1. Ki?-iiv>erg. a Bailor on hoard
the United Btatei .--hip CeMlr, now lying
at th?- Brooklyn Navj fard, is in a
serious condition ?* the ?Dobbs Ferry
Hospital as the rt-sull of a wiakc lit?
terday afternoon ?' Fair view
?"iro\e ?,n the Hudson Th" doCtOTS ?t?
tending him ?any he may pot recover.
?Klellberg was one of the eacuralon?
jvtv who went 1" Fair View Orove yes
terdav with th?* ''?im?n Lutheran
Sunday School <?f ?Brooklyn. With
?-<-< h? went up the ?Balitadel during
tiie afternoon While walking through
s"oie Krass ?Klellberg was bitten on the
! ankle by a large snake.
Hi trlr-d t,, kill the reptile, but it
?g'.t away.. It was with dlAculty that
his , ?impanions got him d???vn the Pali
ift'l's The dOCtOfl operated imme?
HENRY G. DAVIS INJURED
Veteran Statesman Thrown Off
Horse Bitten by Dog.
Klkins. \Y Va , June 4?Henry <;;,??
saway Darla, Democratic Vice-Presi
dential candidate ?ti 1904, was painfully,
but not seriously, injured t??-day when
be was thrown from his horse, after
the animal had be.-n bitten by a do?
Mr I ?avis ? a , taken to < Ira ?-eland,
his summer home, and to-night, ht?
physician ?nnouncad he would be con?
fined to hia room for several days.
NOIE WAS CHANGE!
Cohalan': Accuser Declare
Several Words Were Erased
from Original to Bar
Him from Suing.
SAYS PRESSURE WAS USEI
His Lawyer Forced to Make A]
terations Under Threats by
Present Justice, Con?
An added Intereat, relativo to on?- c
tho charges mad? b) John a. ?'??nnoii
sgainsl Justice Dan!? i F Cohalan, I
Ihe effeel th.it h? p..\r Cohalan a n??t
for Sl??<hi ,,p th<? i.tttor's promiae ths
!?? would obtaii) ronnolly s pollti? ?
post, was lent to th. Connolly-Cohala
c?ontroveray yeaterday when it becam
known that ?hero was an app.ir? ni dis
rrepanc) between the original ??stoppt
affl?davll accompan>1ng Ihs note whlcl
Cohalan received and the suppoe? ! ac
rurat? copy of th. sam? wh.?h re
mained In Connolly's hand.-, ai pub
llahed in Ths- World'' to-day
ii appears thai after Connolly g"
i-ark the note from Justice Cohalan, 01
Maj it, following * demand an
threatened sun ?against ?'..halan o;
lj 1 lawyer unless tt was re
turned, ?Connolly discovered that sev
oral wtsrds had been crossed oui in th
'original" which ?cut him off entlrel
fr?>in any poaalbl? . han<e of over siiii.i
on ?ths note. This was ?lone wrlthoil
Connolly's knowl?edga he declared, an?
ho made sn sflldavlt to that effr.-t las
The ? hanp? was made on ?l?*mapd o
Cohalan bj Connolly's counsel at th
timo, Albort B Crulkahank, who leih
- r. d the nor?- to ?'?-halan al hie oflle
"n April .?. 1011, .-in?1 fiilk-hank'?- Inl
tiais. "A. B. ? '.," 1 ppear ?.?'i a
Un? which Is cross?)***] out, sccordlng t?
Lawyer in Kanias City.
Mr. ?'ruikshank is in Kansas Cl?J
aid not 1 ?? .reached 1 ? Bt? I
?m explanation. Ii Is undent
Connollj '? lav ? lar? ?i at the tint?
th-- original was re? irned that he 'i ?
hang? nder preneurs frotr
Mr. Cohalan, believing al the time th.?.?
II would not mak? any material differ?
ence, as Connoll* had no Idea ol evei
suing for a return of the ?
1; Is understo. ! thi t the 1 sr Aks?
clatlon ii.tftuis ;?s i? iilj inti
IhlS phase of trt< matt'-l nittl B view t?
determining the -. esa of tlM I I
The changing ir altering >.f an Inntru
menl of inch s kind without the knowl?
edge oi the de?ponenl or the conniving
om t ' bring about such s
change is deeerlbed under tv, |
Connolly charges that tho '*<?r.i>. "to
the knowledge of deponent" wan
, r.,si^,.,l ,,\?i
The gi ?<? r committee ?.f the Rar
Assoiiat.--n "informell) ' discussed yea?
lerda tin charges u Just.?-*
?-..halan mad? ? mnoll It Is un?
deratood. however, thai the committee
h u ? !*?? to make a thorough Investiga?
tion of the < ? ' ??? ment
Committee He? Evidence.
All Of thS data. In the form Of ledg
-r.<. letter 1.ks, documents, recelpta
chech stubs et . which bad been us
sembled bj Connolly to "bach up bis
cl irges," was turned over to Kmnr J.
?Cryvtle, atom?-- for th?-* grievance com*
mlttee, yesterds Connolly was ask.-i
to appear before Mr Crystis at his
oil 1 ?i? th? Bar Association at il a
tit. to-day, Connolly aald last nignt
thai hs a ould be on hand
A b-tt.?r from th?- ?Cltlsens I'nion urg
in?? .an Investigation of tho Connolly
charges nu l.'i'i before id?- grievance
lomniiit.?- bj Mr ?Crystlc si thi meet?
Justice Cohalan and his seven chil?
dren were booked yesterda: to .?-? 11 ??n
tho ?Vdn--, of th" Whit? Star I.in- al
noon to-day for Liverpool Tho judge
Intend?d to Ball g week ago with his
family, 1?" ?postponed sailing <>n a? ? mint
?>f ih?- lllneee of s?.m<* of the children.
He has been accustomed lo uik?- his
family with him on his annual voca?
tion to Ireland, it ?could not be learned
el the Cohalan home. No '_'.". Bast '.?4th
itreet, yeaterday whether tho family
was to sail to-day.
Woman Who Took Bichloride of
Mercury Goes to Party.
Mrs ft a;, ?'hesman. Who eight days
a-*'? swallowed a bichloride of mercury
tablet under the Impression that 11 was
a headache preparation, left Pordham
Hospital last nlicht to attend a party
which friends tsave to celebrate her re*
<o\ ri v.
Th?- young woman's rase and its
treatment wars Identical with that of
B. F. Walker the ?Jenrfcia ?banker.
which en?led fatall*. after eight ?la: -
i?eath was regarded certain, bul Mm
?'he-man was placed in hot pa? k ? and
water was Injected Into her vein* I'h -
Bicians who followed the . ?se said 'a?t
nignt that her recovery reflected greet
credit upon l?r Eugrne Impln, her phy
slilan. an?l Drs S< haefer and Scholl, of
Mrs Chesman not only attended the
party IB h?*r honor last night, but
walked seven blocks, wheeling h-*r sev?
en-months' ??Id baby in It* rarrbt?;?'
She ate dinner as usual, and apparently
was fully recovered.
ANGOSTURA BITTERS, lust what von
need m tone up the system in the Spring.
FIGURES IN MOST SENSATIONAL TURF INCIDENT.
POLO BIG FOUR
CUT 10 PIECES
H. P. Whitney and Waterburv
Brothers Dropped from
Team on Eve of
KEENE THE NEW CAPTAIN
Stoddard and Stevrnson Also
Picked to Face English
Alone Left and He
Out of Position.
Llks a bolt from th? sky, the Amerl
? an p* lo U ana a inted
. !,ff nd the internai ??
* ? ? ? . . ? |.
p . ne u hltn? i ?nd
nonti "?*..? names i i ,
w it h :ti i ? ? ? -' ? ? ?*
f ? the men a :
Ml the Hriton* fro:* li ? ..?.?-ham
la the '??t?-? next Tu?
r Bi . Long Island.
Th?-r<- has been ?ra of
ntenl and talk of fi I Ihe
t that ?rent Um i ?? ?
m nei] ted ex* ept, i rhapa by
thoee ..n th.- Insld?
The bio? then rams Ilk? a shock .ni
, gloom o? er ?the ; lo fol on ii .
f or aa good I Foi
hail P. Keen? ..:.*:, - ? .. neon
!.?? m.j tin- is th.- trio off!? ?
i. with ?Devereux Milburn, for the
still || is n.'t the i
foui ' which ha i eo gallant!] irrled
gh! a ot If? ?do? Brook to 11? -
tory abroad and at bom?
Onl) Detrereus ?Milburn, the ?lemon
riding ba? k ?>f the "??1 guard, is left.
Eren h<- changes placea, for he moves
up lo No ?I jositi? i.. ao all thai Ii
of the f.un"'is . up -- o? ?ring ?n I on? a
? I ?ding f'"?r . Its !.. bs In i olo hi ?
lory and tin- mellowed glories ot Its
No Reason Given for Change.
Not "ne of the OftlclalS about the Held ,
at Meadow Brook, where the new for- !
mation entered upon Its practice ???.-?
??i ?.i.e. was willing to discus.? the au?l?
?i?n ?cauae of the shlfi an?) why pre
rlous rumors of friction had been de?
H L Herbert, chairman "f the ? olo
association, and W. A Hazard, its sec?
rotary, were only arilllng to condrni tha
"tibial announcement as to the men
wh" w*?.uid Une up against the English
??hallender.-?, as follows: No, 1. Lour? j
K Btoddard, ?*f Meadow Brook, rated
at 7 goals; No. 2, Devereus Ml : um, of
Meadow Hr??,k. rated al 0 goals; No, ?"?.
Poxhall P. K?. ne. of M??dow Brook,
r?t?*d al 9 K?*?iis. an?! back, Malcolm
ste\ens??n. <?f the Rockaway Hunting
Club, rnte.l ;i t 7 goals.
According t?> the old form ratings the
?newly nominated cup defenders ir?
four goals weaker than the men whose
placea .?hey h.?\e taken at the eleventh
It -.?as a most sensational nnimiini*-?- I
meat, The news f|?w up and do? n the
Side boards Of the field, and w.-,?- whis?
pered in a flurry of excitement among
th<- women ?>n the clubhouse reran?Sa. I
This, by th?* ?ray. brought out tin* "nly i
public expression that ir|| vouchsafed
the change Tli<* stalv?art Hal Phlpi I
iv.is walkin? past the stand When he
waa hailed by one of the women, who
aiahed to km??* if the news, the awful
news," was tru? Mi Phlpps answered
that it was. Well." said the, woman,
"Whal arlll happ'n aowT Mr. Phippa
?ill. we'll pla ' and make a Roman
holiday f??r thos.- Englishmen i guasa."
rr-'tn the time that ihe challenge p ?
received (from HurUngham, early in the
??ear there ha\e been pel eisten t rumors
that Harry Payne Whlinev would re?
tire fr??m polo. -Cocording to a man In
cloge touch with the Kami, Mr. Whit?
ney needed coiit-iderahie coaxlag at that
time before he ronaented t?> allow his
name to be need as captain Of ?he team.
It waa ?MBelaUy state?! that he was
appointed captain with full powers of
aele? tlon and sole dire? t.ir of all deuils.
In the earh practice at U?MWOOd,
and later, when the players shifted t?>
? on?Inn.?I on eleventh p?se. fourth column.
Emily W. Davis? n, suffragette, who ->ci?c<i King George's horse in
th? Derby. Above H. Jones, injured jockey, on late King Ed?
ward - Minoru, which won the turf classic in 1909.
DR. S. 0. STORCK K1LUED !
BY FIGHT STORY FALL :
Mystery Surrounds Accident in
Fashionable West Side
SUICIDE REPORT DENIED
Victim Had Been Playing Cards
with Friends and Family?
Had No Reason to Take
His Life, Police Say.
I >: st-1 ).< n ? i Btot i lenttst, liv?
ing at Ph. ''f?r.?r.?t Apartments. No. 57
Weal BSth *tr?eet rorner of sixth ave?
Instantly kll?led at I o'clock
thts morning; when he ?-ith?*r fell or
Jumped from a window of hi? apart
met t on the "eighth Boor. Hi? body
crashed to the open ?courtyard, near?
ly every bone in his body being bro
ken, I?r St'.r. k's wife and two young
children were ;n th?* spertments at the
time, but kne~ nothing of th?- se?
until they heard his scream
Th'-r?- was ? ? reason '?-h-. ?Dr. BtorcV
ll I t:ik<* his !tf?\ the police said. !!??
enjoyed th?? beet >?f health, lud ?'? ? I
- ?> and eras Independent?
lj wealth) Hi?? "if" also is wealthy
in her own right and Is ?connected with
one ..f th?? ?.I-1. New v.?rk famlliee N"?>
n?.i.- was found in the dentlBt's room
which would hint at the thought "f
tell destruction, nor had he intimated
that .in- such Ides "as In hi?* mind
when he left his wife a inomeni before
me ting hit fl? ath.
K??r the greater pari of las! ev?tnlni
I?: and Mr. Btorch and Mr and Mis.
Bverl s. Kink. ..f No 120 West 86th
street ha?i been playing bridge m the
dining r?.??m. Just after midnight this
morning th?- Kinks left the Btorck
apartments and went, t.? their own
h'?me. Bcsrcel* had they arrived
when ?the telephone rang, and when
Mr. Kink answered it he heard Mrp.
Btorck's voice, broken with hvstertcai
sobs, as .?h?- -aid. "Pisase ?-??me to me
quickly. Stephen is dead; he fell fr??m
the wind???. ?'?>m>- quickly."
Kink rnn to the street, hailing a taxi
cab, and raced t.? the Btorch apartment
house, where Mrs Stonk managed to
explain that her husband ha?l left her
in the dining-room while he went Into
his bedroom, preparatory to undressing.
Th.? next moment, she said, she heard
his <*.rv as he fell from the window
opening on the court.
Kink hurried to the basement, and In
a court yard found the body of the den?
tist, full*, dressed. An ambulance sur?
geon from Flower Hospital said the
dentist must have been killed as soon
as he struck the paving.
$7.00 TO BALTIMORE AND RETURN.
Pennayh*?snls Railroad Tickets ?-old from
New York JUOS n. 1 ami ?, good return?
ing to re?oh Sam York before midnight
June 1?. ?.'onsult Ticket AeenUi.?Ad\t.
FRAMES COLONELS THANKS
Detroit Lawyer in Libel Sui1
Proud of Roosevelt's Letter.
[By reUatapb te Tha rrtbaae.]
Detroit, June <k?James n pound
f-ounsei for Theodore Roosevelt in his
auit for libel ?agalnal Q?Borge A Wewett,
publisher of "The ?lahpemlng Iron 0?."
to-day r.. ?lvt-d a letter of thanks from
the colonel, and Is eo ted arlth It
he will have it handsome!..
WINS AND LOSES $16,800
Telegrapher Has Craganour
Ticket in Derby Pool.
Herbert w. Robinson, an operator ?la
? the employ of the Commercial Cable
1 i'"miany, ?I No 20 Bioad ati
most won ?516,800 yesterday, in ?tact,
for twent) whole minutes he thought
? he had w??n it. b : then came the dote?
ful news from his own instrument that
Craganour, the home r?-i??rt.--d to have
w??n the English i??*rb.?, had been die?
qualified Robinson smiled queerly for
ii moment and went on with his work.
it has been the custom for yean for
the telegraph operators 'in?! those con?
nected with the service to got up a pool
<>n th>- Derby, each paying fl 25 for a
ticket. This year there were m?ire than
thin;, thousand slips in the pool.
Forty P? r < ?*nt of th?* amount paid goea
to the ?inner and the rest to charity.
When it acame known that in the
haphaaard selection Craganour, the
favorite, had fallen to Robtneon the
operator was offered and refused 15,000
f.,r h ? chance,
Wh- n liohinaon recen ed the flashes
that he had won and ?toel $16\800 his
? fellow operatori raj hi never showed
emotion He waa wealthy for that
glorious twenty minutes, and then the
placing of Aboyeur shattered it all.
Superintendent A F Austin of the
Commercial Cable Company waa not as
stoical aa Roblneon. He said the in?'i
d?'iu was hi artrendlng."
STRIKERS ATTACK WOMEN
IPaterson Outrage Follows Re?
turn of Two to Mill.
; H-. T.leuraph to TtM Tribun?* 1
Patereon, N. J . June 4.?While re?
turning from work In the mill of Kosen
A- "Cohen at B o'clock this afternoon
Mrs. Hose Banghart, n widow-, and her
sister, Mary Hall, living at No. 124
Jersey street, were brutally assaulted
in Tyler street The women, who ha?l
h.en out on etrike for thirteen weeks.
returned to trf*ir work as winders last
Monday, and this mining whilf on the
way to the mill they w?*re told to g?,
home, hut refused. Mrs. Banghart say?
ing she ha?l three young ?hikir? n to
This evening they were etopp-ad In
Tyler street, between Bridge and River
afreets, by thr?*e m?n. one of whom
again warned Mrs Bangh?rt that ahe
must remain at home. Her slater
started to lead her away, when one of
the men ki *ked Mrs. Banarhart Miss
Hall sened one of the men and was
felled with a blow- on the Jaw. Another
of the assailant? seized Mrs Banghart
about the upper part of the body and,
swinging her ahout, threw her Into the
streets, her head striking the curbing.
The men then ran off.
DEATH TO RUIN
Suffragette Seizes King's Horse
at Epsom, Is Fatally Tram?
pled and H.Jones, Rider,
Is Severely Hurt.
FAVORITE IS DISQUALIFIED;
Interference That Follows Most!
Sensational Incident in Eng.
lish Turf's History Gives
Classic to 100-to-l
HOLIDAY CROWD ANGERED>
First Time Since 1844 That Horse
Finishing Ahead Has Not Won
Race?Emily Wilding Davi
son Woman Who Made
[By .'able to The Tribune ]
London, June 4. ?Emily Wilding
Dnvtson, S militant suffragette, faced
death at EpoMB t"-day in an effort to
ruin th- running of the Derby, the
World's i-ri-.it.st racing d?sele. As the
Held swing around Tatttnham ?Jorner
for the final drive tu the wire eh?
rushed on th?* course and tried to seize
tii-* bridle of King Qeorge's horse,
In an instant woman, horse an-1
Jockey were a struggling mass on the
fp.rf When picked up Miss Da\ .s<?n
was horribly trampled, and to-nigiu Is
in a critic il condition in a hospital.
H. Jon*.?, who rode K;ni? Kdward's
Minor i to victory in the 1900 Derby,
iras thrown fr??in Annrr and ? ?irried
unconscious from the course. He suf
f. red a nasty cut ?--n the head, bit will
Meanwhile the other fourteen racers
BU ; t ' n to the fln.sh, Cr iganour. the
favorite, fashing first past the j-idges.
Before the crowd recovered from its
excitement due t?i the suffragette's
demonstration th" favorites number
was ordered down snd the great ta< *y
was awarded t-? Aboyevr, a lOo to I
chance. N t sin?'* 1**44 has a rorsu
iirs: puai Eh 1 Derby Judges .veen dis?
King S?es Incidents.
King Poor ye, Queen Mary and _ larg?*?
ably of royalties were-witnesses of
three exciting incidents erMch caused
something like consternation among
the Inamenas crowds brought together
by the openness of ths iace and t.'-.e
fine e*< ether.
Miss Devison threw h?.-rsejf m front
of Anm-r and another hors??. Agadir,
and ?tried t?) interfere with th?* race by
si islng Anmer's reins arid p.aced nut
only herself In ?larger ?of her life, but
two Jockeys. Fortunately the,
horres she impeded WOTS In ?the ru.-k of
Held, or t?.-- eonaequenees of the
W< mans action might have beea more
Agadir. <-n whose hack was ths*
. Karl, passed by |q safety ar.ill
unhurt, but the woman managed to
1 to Anmer's rein and bro.giits
D both hois.- and r.-ler The resulC
was that J'-r.es. the King's Jockey, r-fi?
; Injuries necessitating his re?
moval in ah smbulan? e, while th?*.
woman was thrown under Anmor's
hoot's and terribly kicked. Bhe wan
tak*n at once, unconscious, to a hospi?
tal, suffering from severe injuries to
her head. Suffragette, papers weiS?
found in her possession and 1 suffra?
gette rldg was bouii'i around her body.
am previous suffira ?fette demonstran
tions were thrown into th?- shade by
th>- sensation created by Miss Davi
son s rtekle's feat. Comparatively
few of the ?90,000 ipectators, intent ou
watching ?the leaders "f the rac?-. saw
the affair, which is likely 10 end in tho
llrst fatality of the militant ?campaign?
Stories of Incident Conflict.
Tho.se nearest Tattenham ?Jorner had
a glimpse of a woman darting direouy
In front of tw<? galloping horses. on*
ducked almost under Agadir s neck w>
roach ?Anmer. Borne sa; that ?he
waved her arms to stop the horss?;
others that she seize?! the rein. Ac
. ng to some, Anmer's shoulders
struck her on the h?-ad. according 10
Others the vornan fainted Just a? the
horse was on her.
Jockey Jones was stunned by tho
fall and did not know what stoppai
him. He could not even r?3collect that
he saw a woman.
A th.rd SSHSStlonal Incident of Deroy
L>ay occurred in a later race, when the
bay colt Felizardo broke its leg at tho
rlrush. directly in front of the grand?
stand, gave his Jockey a bad fail and
had t<j be killed In the presence of the
King and Queen. After such an excit?
ing afternoon the sight of a monoplane
Tying about the ?ourse failed to pro?
duce a thrill.
The racing career of Craganour'g
owner, C. Bower Ismay, who is a
brother of J Bruce Ismay, has be*a
crowded with tad luck. The stewards
recently ruled his trainer off the course
for complicity in unfair riding. The
public generally upholds the Judge* in
their disqualification of the horse.
The failure of any of the best priced
horses to win the classic left ail Lon?
don gloomy and disconsolate. Craga
nour. Louvois, NlmSus and Shogun
were all heavily backed, and "Danny1*1
Maher brought many friend? to Prue,
but bets on Aboyeur were few and far
between. William Beresford, one of