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THE SUN, FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1913.
hn " i! - i in-t 1 1 iti c (o do wllli tlin tirc-it-
iti h 'ii
i d"i Tiii'ii' w.i' only one
n ii. mmi k mill striker
i !. hi Main mill I'ei r
i il h'.m i i tired, lni
lin vv.i- li
' . . Mlii ii -- ili f""'iri': .m. .iil ilii
t lmi'.iiiy if lut i r in a M'miiIi nf Hit!
'.il'ii' of i -ilt!'Mi"tit in-il,i mill tin re
iitiinim labor ii n i"ii v or iiip:i -r
Tl . in lint thitt wete kept open
. . !. ii'iiilioil tlir nttetitlnii nl nil the
io. on tin- eiTM IVw pi'tonx roil"
ii i In' i ;ir
In Proleel t ii m.
Troop 1 n:m In ipti-ail out HluIlK
M.iln Ml'eet mill KIiiivvo.hI avenue .it
II f. o.-lorl, lo-dij, ,nii Hliortly iiftM-
VV It'll II W.I J' lllllllllllll I'll Unit I'lllM WUIlIll
i in' run iilotii: tin-."' liinc. It vviw fented
'llll llll'IP Mlllllll In- li Ii pctitloii of till'
i m oi xioli'in c of jfhti'idnv and 1 Jrlvr -
ii'ti Vi loll. .11 foiiiiii.iiiil of tin 2,7nn
troiitw tmu on ilnf. Mi'tit :i .ttieel.-il roitr-
t-r ( ill" Adjutant -: tif-r.il nt Albany I
n.'iyliiK tli.it ii' needed m.itij mote troops
than I"' tin iT'Kt'lil If their pre-c.
i urn l-.- in I." i ft . '.m at all.
t the Millie tllll" i'ole.tH Wel'o Kent
, t ruin iK'iniiii in litleiis mid ilty of-'Irl.il-
of HulT.il'i to (5ov. Slllzt't- imalnst
hp iih" of irn'ii'.t
I'lttv. Sublet refiiffd to send any morn
troop unles. they were called for liy
the MirntT or Mayor of llitffnlo. These
PlIllNUlM ruin the tll'M hlUe liei'll op
posed In tin- imIIIiik of the mldlers, and
Ihe.y njiy that their ptcenee haw turned
I ho public upiltiel the railway ootnpnJi.v.
It Is not believed Hint they will n.k fur
. llnlllttille tif I'fiMinltle.
No dellnlte estimate of the Injuretl in
the llpht. between Ntrlkers and Uu
troop. eoiilil be made tti-dav.
Tliere wan a tni.i!l riot thin nilernoon
ttfter the company hud run .n'verul t'ar.i
out of the Cold Spring harnn over the
Main etrret line. The earn were manned
by strike breaker. and were Kuarib'tl by
deputy .sherlfff ami policemen.
One of the car" w.n pus-lru; Olonwood
nvenue opposite the Sixth preolnct police
ntutlnti when li vvu biinilMrded with
brick and ntone.. A lompnny of the
Slxty-llMt r.epltnent forniuil ami tired
over the head. of tint rioter.), who dis
pensed. Tor the rest of the day the
earn made their trip without uinlenta
tlon. NO STRIKE TALK BY SEEDEL.
Orilern Soeltillsl nl Auburn
lu;tt of el tli'itienl.
. At'WRN. April Id --Sheriff Hancroft
Issued orders that llmll Seldel. former
. Socialist Mayor of Milwaukee, tefraln
i from making any reference to the j
strikers in mass meeting here to-night.
The return of machinists to the plant
of the Columbian Hope Company to
day created an III feeling among strik
ers. Steve l'almicrl, a strike picket,
was seen to handle a knife and was
, arrested by the soldiers, who tut mil him
'over to the city police.
State Mediator XV. C. Hogers lft for
Huff.ilo this afternoon nnd left negotia
tions ben In charg" of State Mediator
liinie Mi'Manus. There Is little sign
of settlement ami no meeting of strikers
anil empIoviTs has been arranged.
ANTI-STRIKE BREAKER BILL.
XV, mill I'revelit Midline lit anil Un
forced XniU nf i:niil er.
W-ui'iT'!S'. April 10 Measures to
wage earners against Interstate
shlpnn nt of strike break' rs and the forc-
ng "f an i i.iil"Vi". tn work (is a strike
orcal.er w .1! b.- mtrndticed In the Houo
tiuriug t'v present Consre.? Keprc
sent.iihe IVii'ianivn of the Commute"
on Labor sai l tn-daj .
'Tin fact thai telephone girls In
Wn-shmgt'jn lu. been shipped to Hos
ion l nds new mphnI to the needs
for Hiull legl(..,t.i'll. The interi-tnte
shipment of emploves for strlk" break
tip purposes should b" stopped. While
T am nut pr pared t" say It can be done
under enlist. till. miat rnht of Coti"re
to n gulnt" Interstate tmnmerce, we all
knoir that that lause f the Consti
tution has ! n often strained to obtain
decisions hostile to labor. j
'Sm h torpor.tt. ons as this ought not j
to exist. The Government should own '
and operate all public titHIHe", and
scene tln.y the American people will
wake up to that vi w. Theo private .
corporations always get labor a :
ehjflti'y as poislble lllltl Kill' the least'
jiosslble service to the public for the !
greati-M amount of money. I am hope, j
fill that the Urn
in is here vvhen their i
egislatlon and admlnls-
influence upon I
termg of the affairs of the country
bo noted for its absence "
Switchmen" .Settlement Ilitirete.l.
ciiipaoo, April in A sottlem"nt b- Hanrord will be Hlshop Hrewster.
tneen the lietieral Managers Assoeiatlotis Hlshop Lawrence, Mr. Heliand and per
anil tl"- committed teprii-cnting 5,000 haps Hlshop Greer
,s ttetiim n etnplove.i on Mneteen riillroails
nte'ti.' I'b.'.icn. woo are demanding '.etter
worh.ag i ,in.ti""ns. Is expected to-morrow
,iftei tbe arrival In I'hir.igo of Charles
V Nt I, I'nlted States Labor Cominis
ior, I. LINDE GIVES W0MAFS NAME.
Snjs .Mix (truss X'n Drtvlnir Cur
That Injured .MrCool,
it John P. Llnde, president of tho Llnde
Taper Company, of CI Heekman street,
.-was i nmlneil in tho Supremo Court
Srsterday and compelled to disclose the
Tjintn" of a young woman who wns rld-
' -ig lii his nuto at the time the car ran
.ritii the sidewalk nt Hroadway nnd Por
tb th street last June and seriously ln-
'jitteil John II MeCool of Johnson's, a
t tlie tlmo of tho accident Llnde said
the young woman was Miss Mary Olb-
.ou of Hoboken, but n vacant lot wns
"found at the ndilnss ho gave.
Mi Cool Is suing Llnde for J20.000 nnd
h;.ii the of!' r to examlno htm to Und out
'wlici her the young woman at the wheel
iv .is a t-'i vnut or a member of his fain
iv Llnde gave her name yesterdny us
Mi-s KIsa Gloss of -127 XVost H7th
nt' it and said she was n friend und
had been driving tho car with his per
mission for an hour before sho ran tho
Jilii' lilne mi the sidewalk.
Undo contends Hint McCool was care
less in not g"iting out of tho way of a
cur mi the sidewalk.
ESTIMATE BOARD DISCLAIMS BILL
Not Hctttiilhlc for Mcimnrr ClimiK
(nt: Itlverslde 'dure Front Control.
!'!" Hi.,ti. i.r 1.M Mini,, passed vister-
ii i' ' ti-.ohiiii.il iiiiioiitii t il bv John I'ur-i
... Mip in ii ill--, 1 . , I ii 1 1 r it all responsibility I
ii.t ii. id. i 1 . ,1 1. k s I. ill providing that'
lie i'i i ' tn, i i. tin- slime front along 1
!-''' I'd 1 1, .mil west or Iim New'
Vol!. I'lit'.il 1 1. 1. lit II" tl .1 tlKl "I II d to
t ' "in tin. I ' nl, I ii oi Inn. i,i
- l ' of I tin k-- I no li i'olo
-I' i i i v ml' n so hi nip p'ih
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1 i t-t w-t. a tin K, ii , tut v
'I', i t. iim il e l.i gialntiiie
1 - us no . .is,,,) v..j .
1 t , .Mi,, H 1,1 W ,
et tl. i
MR. MORGAN'S BODY
ill He Tiilirii I'l'om l.:i I'm lice
In House There in Lie
No Kl l,()(iV AT KI'N KHALI
rill.llHMlM Wl'OtO Olll Dirt'Hiollsjtl"'""" (I. Cannon. Joseph II. Choate.
llouland Davis, Henry I. Davison,
fill' SfTVit'CS MllIIV Chuncey M. Depew. Samuel V. 1'ulr-
clilld. Austin II. netoher, Walter B.
I I,', Kiench liner Prance. b. ar.nK ibe ,
dy of ,1. I'. Morcan, probably will
. i .... , f '..! t.-i r
rt'ticii hit pier ai uie iucl oi "' -teenth
street between ! and . o'clock
The New York Yucht Club ut a spe
cial inectltiK last nlKht adojitetl resolu
tions on the death of Mr. Moritan, who
wus commotlore In 1SU7-99.
She reported herself 33H miles east of
Sandy Hook at 11 o'clock last nlaht.
Sim is excelled In speed only by th!
Cunarders Maiirctiinia and I.usltanla
and had nveiaited for the day more
than twenty-three knots, t'uless mist
or rain interferes, she should be sighted
by observers nt the Hook about ".'
o'clock I". M.
Prom the pier the body will be re
moved to the Montan house at Madison
avenue anil Thlrty-siMh street.
II,. In the library until taken
fleorite's Church In Kast
street for the funeral
services at 10
o'clock on Monday moinlni:.
It was made known at St. Oeorce's
yesterday that Mr. Morgan left In his
own handwriting directions covering nit
Impurtnnt details of the funeral Ho
asked that there be no eulogy or ad
dress of any kind and that only the
regular service of the Protestant Epis
copal Church bn used.
V-4 designated Hlshop C,rer of New
York. Hlshop l.av rente of Massachu
setts and Hlshop Brewster of Connect
icut, uud tho lector of St. fleorge's, the
Uiv Karl Uelland, us the ottlciatlng
Ho selected the hymns, asked I
that no flowers be sent to the church .
and that there b no marked display of'
mourning colors, and set down the,
names of several persons who should be
I'ji to noon yeterd,i) mote than e.UOO
requests for tickets of admission had
been received t tiler? nl'e seats for
only 1 JuO Mt Helland cailu'd till-
notice to be mailed.
"The family of Mr
Morgan and the !
vestry of St (leoige's sincerely regret
that the limited supply of tickets for
entiance to the church on Monday,
April 14. is exhausted."
In behalf of the vestry Seth Low
called on Mayor Ouynor yesterday
Soon theteufter Commissioner Waldo i
ordered the police at the time of the
funeral to clear Sixteenth street be
tween Thud avenue and Stuyvesanl
Tne lionoraty pallbearers will b
Geoigo S. Howdoln. Lewis C.iss Led- I
yard. P.olw.rt XX". do Porest. ltenry Pair- '
Hold Oshorti, Joseph II Choate. Robert
Hacon, George P Ilaker. Dr. .1 XV '
Markoe, Libert II Gait, Seth Low '
Morton S P.-.ton and Senator P.llhu
Root. The senior watdeii, who Is also J
a V'Stryman of St. George's, li Pulton'
Cutting, is in Hurope. The other vc.
timeii William I'oulke. Iftmry W. j
Munroo. II. II. Pike. John Seeley Ward, i
Charles S. Hrown. William IMmond
Cuttls nnd Wolcolt G. Lane, will have i
it front pew In the church.
One hundred and twenty-live singer I
-the combined choirs of the parish,
directed by Ojjrnnl.t Iluiner Norris '
will bead the procession vvhn !i will
Itsturt the body Into the church from
tli.. inst door. Then will follow the
tstrymen. th honorary pullbenrers
i clergymen hen known to Mi Mnigan
jth,. thre Hlshops and Mr P.e.ui'.d
I "I am the resurreci.on and 'be life"
I will 1," read as the bony i tnirled uji
jthe aisle, and the seivice to fodmv wld
j be only that of the Hook of Common
1 Prayer. The hymn- will be "Asleep in
.Jesus." "Lead, Kindly Light" and "Per.
All the Paints Who from Their Labors
Host." The psalms will be th thirty
ninth and ninetieth and the lesson tho
i.iual one from First Corinthian", 1.",.
After the creed and prayers havo been
recited Henry Hutlelgh, the basso of
St CZlnri7e'l It lift., ulnutn.r I .. M. .........
Pf.m t,. r.l.nr,l. !,-. "i v. -
", ...... v., ,i,t- uimj mii O
taken to tho Grand Central Station nnd
thenoo on a special train to Hartford
(Taking part In the committal fervico at
.Mr Holland believes that the caieful,
directions for the funeral wete written
by Mr Morgan s-cvora! years ago The
threo Hlhops were selected for the rea-
son mat at soma tlm In his life Mr.
Morgan resided In or had close rela
tions with tho three dioceses of .Vevv
York, Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Two of Mr. Morgan's favorite hymns
In addition to thoe which arn io bo
sung nt the service were "Hlest Ho the
Tin That Hinds" and "God, tho Living,
In XXtiose Hyes," both of which appear
on the funeral week calendar of St.
Itepresentative- of Hie follovvinir
to bo at the funeral. Amur.
lean tuinkers Aksoi Iatlon. American
.Museum of Natural Hlstor, Ameri
can Scenic and Historic Preservation
Society, Astor Trust Company, Automo
bU club of America, chamber of Com
merce, Columbia I'nlverslly, General
Convention of the Hpj;copal Church,
the Groller Club, rnternntlonnl Mercan
tile Marine Company, Metropolitan Club,
Metropolitan Museum of An trustees'
staff and emplo.v oo. New Ynrl, Genoa-
Wc know that our values arc exceptional we want you to know
it; the test can be made by a single purchase. No risk, for wc
Choose any price from $18 to $45 and come here expecting to
find the best Spring Suit or Overcoat in New York at the price;
you'll not be disappointed.
logical and Uloqraphlcal Society, New
York Stock KxchatiKe, New York Yacht
Hull. lllnrlniH of the Culled Slates.
Southern Kalluay, I'nlon Lout: tin Club,
nlteil Slates Steel Corporation, .New
oik Clearliiit House, American Acad-
i inv In Home, laiullnble l.lfe Assurance
J SotHety, New Vol li Mltulirut Society.
Isocletv of Colnnlal Cavaliers, Trinity
t'olleKo of Hartford, l.'nlon Society of
,!he end War. employees of Mr. .Mot
'can's yachts, l.vlnir-ln Itotpltnl, Itnnk-
I'M Tiust i.'oiiipjny.
The rnliin l.eattue Club pased reni-
lutlons iireseiited by Hubert C. Motrls
yesterdaj lilld uppoltlteil this cnmitlltlee
to attend the funeral
Ccorue 1'. Maker, Stephen linker,
li'Vew. Heiirv ( I-'rlck. A. nartun Hep.
Ittitn l.'mniilj 1. Illiut Thomas W. 1 Jl
'inotit, Knuiry S. I.yon, (tales xn. ,mo-
( ; - ir' M
..... , ,,,
Morrli, William A.
kins, Horace I'or-
'"". ' n" ...
ter. Wllllnm 11. Porter, K.llhu Knot,
Charles 11. Sabln, C.eorm It. Sheldon,
tienrite 11. Taylor, Theodore N. Vail,
P. A. Vnnderllp. Thomas I.. Vtttson, Al
bert II. WlKuln. John W. Altken. l.liatles
The cuib market will not open until
noon on Monday. The Curb Association
has passed a resolution to that effect
In which Mr. Morgan Is described as
"the Rreatest financial Renins of the nfto
and the Rreates; upbulhler of Amerlcnn
Institutions." The Amerlcnn Museum
of Natural Histoiy will be eIoed ill
MILL OWNERS REFUSE
TO DEAL WITH I. W. W.
Won't Kilter tlie fonfrrenee
Arriiiiueil ly I'nter-on
I'm.nso.N N. .1 . April 10 The silk
manufacturers derided to-night not to
Join In tho coiifeienie in which tht;
Hoard of Aldermen anil a committer of
strikers will take part next Monday.
The employers had been Invited to send
a committee or live to tne meenng.
They said that thy had voted to deal
.with their own employees nnd not tne
I lh.tiiD,rl..l IVil-l". nf tbrt World
Coun-ci fot the strikers got thirty
two men and sixteen women out of Jail
to-day. They had been at rested on
Tuesday while picketing the Hall mill
and sent to Ja.l in default of bail on
charges of unlawful as-temhl.ig-. The
prisoners were icitoled In ust(sl of '
their counsel nv iteconier .james l .
Cm roll, upon their promise to bo good
Picketing of the mills was continued
to-day as usual and it was reported that
none of the striker returned to work.
William D. Haywood, the 1. XX". V. lender.
presided at one of tli- nianv meetings
He attacked the clergy for Interfering
in the strike and exhorted the silk
vvoikeis to "tv at it until you have
Charles StrensM of 1'T Lane street, a.
striker, who is believed n have been
made Insane bv worry as hN savings
vveto gone through his enforced Idleness,
was placed under n)f: vntion to-dnv In
a sp.-Ial ceil at the county Jail. He
has twice attempted suicide
Andrew Lees, a striker, of 107 Hur
hans avenue, vva sentenced to llfteen
days In thetounty jail for insulting girls
t work in the Hamilton mill.
IlllZiibeth Gurlev Plv tin and Catio
Ti'fsta. two of the I W W le.nlets. left
this afternoon for Alleiitt.wn and Haze.
ton. whete the silk woikers nieon strike.
ROBBERY OF COUNTY CHARGED.
I.n.r nf StOO.OOU nil mil viliri l.-il
HI I llli'lllllltll.
0 Coal -." i i
Lie, tru c
'ountv liv -he t'nl.in Gas and
llip.tir. fun in iw'.t' ri'iuni'ii
In limes of mnnv
ihotfaivN nf dollars.
to Investigations made by city
otllclaK llnbery is charged also, other
largo consumeis are fuld to have
I feted loSl .
wireccor t au litis .niii.iieu me
amount Involved at HOO.O00. Theodore
manager , the.
lay that nny repre-
C. .umstein, general
New Hlver und ohlu
nlid nt a hearing to-day
sentatlVK of his company paid money
to coal Welshmen of tlie I'nlon Gas and
1 P.lectrlc Company for tiling alleged false
coil receipts showing delivery of coal
i which It Is charged whs never delivered
, to the gns company.
All evidence Is 'o be turned over
the county prosecutor to-morrow
WOLF IN BOSTON'S STREETS.
mill. Otii of Crate, but I taimhl
I niler lliilldliiic.
Hosros April 10 -A gray timber wolf
Knawed Its way lo liberty from a crate
outside tlie South Station this afternoon
and liecomlng lost in the streets, finally
dived Into a hole under a building In
South Hoston, whom it was captured
thrc hours later. Tho unlinul was he
lm? transported by express from Ohio
to Prof. H. XVIlson of Lynn.
When tho escape was discovered the
wolf had reached the Knecland street
freight jards, attracted probably by
hens in c rates. The freight hands
chased tlie animal across the yard, and
managed lo ropo it in Its hiding place,
The hole in which the wolf sought
refiiRo became larger as the tide ebbed
and big- rats attacked him
XMIIInin II, Child Orta Illtorcr,
futt.APKi.rniA. April 10 Rvery co
respondent in the case protested that thero
never had been censurable relations exist
ing between him nnd Mrs. Louisa M.
fhllds, but a Jury returned n verdict of
dyiiiro In fiivor of William II Chillis
TWO FIRES LIGHT
! LOWER BROADWAY
Hiiildinu' .it H 7 1
.1011 N ST. AliLKV IH.AZK
Six Story Hnililiiifi' Bum for
Tliird Time in n Year Fire
man .Inyeox Hurt.
Two lively blazes kept Chief Kenton
and his lire lighters scooting tip nnd
down llrondway after n o'clock last
night. The hotter tire ate Its wav from
cellar to root of n live, story dry goods
house ut 371 Hroadway, between Prank
lln nnd White ntreets.
While they were pouring water Into
this one K'-nlnn's men weie told of an
other tire nt the rear of tr. ,lohn street.
As the chief climbed Into his machine
he could see the llatnes from this sec
ond tiu which, shooting high in air,
shone through the drizzle above the
tinunclal dlsttlct. They had this lire
under control, however, us the chief's
machine rocked around the corner from
Hroadway Into .lohn.
The Hroadway blaze began near an
elect! Ic meter In the elevator shaft In
the rear of a five story brick building,
the ground tloor of which Is occupied
by the Shaw Walker Company, manu
facturer of desks. The llames made
ciulck headway up the icar of the
ultding, facing on narrow I'limklln
place. Into the stoie occupied by Duke, much to do with subsequent events
Macmabon .V Co., on the second tloor.
Hy the time the extra water towels
called for by a second alarm bad luni- i ..you DIRTY CUR." SAYS SENATOR.
bered tii the whole building was ablaze.)
and It looked as If the flames would ,,,, ,,, .,,,. ..,,,.,., r, ,
Jump Prankllu place and attack the live'
story building occupied by the linen firm IVIIhh .Member,
of George Hlggs ft Co. on Ptnnkllii J sri:i vtii nxu, III.. April 10. -Charges by
street. I Suite Setiutor John li. Mndlgun of Chi
Men of Kmrine Cnninnnies 17. T..) and i eaito thai a it-solution of lllilllliv into
12, however, choked off the spicudlny: j
tlames from the roof of the Hlggs com
pany building. Tin re was lots of smoke
anil it was too hot for the llremen to
climb the escapes behind the burning
building. IMward Jaycox of Kngliie
Company 2a had his head cut in the
shower of falling glass and was taken
t- the House of Relief to be patched up.
The (Ire spread to the top Honrs, which
are occupied by tholletiry HelnlngerCom- !
pan. manufacturers of Chrlstmns cards
and novelties, and the Inflammable ma
terial there made a blaze that could be
up and down nrnauwn.
Surface cars on Hroadway were blocked
for more than an hour. The damage
will be J5O.O0O.
Commissioner Johnson arrived Just in
time to see the i;low in tho sky further
down town. He and Chief Kenlon sped
away to tho second tire.
This blaze was tile semi-annual one
In the six story building at tho end of
the little alley between li and 17 John
street. Chief Kenlon says that when
ever he hears of a (Ire on John street
he instinctively directs the driver of
his automobile to hatten to Dennlon
alley. Nine times out of ten his guess
Is (food It worketl again Ian night
Two alarms wete sent In and the fire
went out almost as uulcklv as It had
.-tar ted. though not until ilO.OQn damage
had been done to some highly Intlam
mable stuff in a coup!" of dozen manu
factories In the building. This Is the
third lire within n year In the building.
It i owned by Oonr Voll;enlng of ll'HO
Three tenants ami seven firemen wor
nvetcome by smoke and gas In a bail
ment tire In a tlathous,. at S.'i-.l P.lghth
avenue, between 13Mh and 13'ith streets,
Inst night. Mrs. Chj!lo Conahan. wife
of a policeman attached in tin. Won
4-. on euet-i ."union, who lives on llle j
top tloor. noticed the smoke about
. ,y, nm, found tlie hall alreadv Mini'""' !iln "l"Mo and Southeastern, one of
iwi, smoke She ivaki.ii,.! Ii,.v I. in-
I i,..n.i ...i ,., hM ,iir,.,inl. r ,,. ....
; l0.,f ..rn , ,,,..,. i.n,i
wnlI . IH)1,,.,.mnl ra tlirmlch
suf-j,lUjnK S(,Ulng the other tenants
I started f.ir the rnnP
I Soon nftef the firemen g"l to work
,.,.,. of thm ovtreom hy ,nlnU I
from , pipes. Th-
,.,,,, , M,,,
Church In mist street got bottles of
milk from a nearby store and helned
nring tne men around. The tiro was
Kept to the basement nnd fll'i-t flour
with a damage of about 11.000
While tho firemen wore beating out
the last of the blaze shortly before
midnight Hattnlion Chief Hichard Mar
shall got In tho way of an axe wielded
bv uno of tho men nnd was severely
hurt. The smoke hid the man froiii
Chief Marshall, who Intercepted a blow
that broke his nose and Injured his
left eye. Or. Meliioeters of tho Hud-
son Stieet Hospital took live stitches I
In the wound, but Marshall refused to
go to the hospital and returned to
Much of tho water poured into the
burning building found Its way Into tho
now subwny which is being built under
Hroadwuy at that point and flooded the
ROY HARWELL'S ROOM AFIRE
sninll lllnr Where X'nnkee llmeiunii
l.lve Stiiui C'oiniDereil,
There was n small lire last night in the
bedroom of the apartment occupied bv
Hoy HarUfll, third baseman for the
Yankees, at UOfi St. Nicholas avenue, be
tween 17Sth and lTlith st ts, Hartzell
and his wifo were In Washlnctoti with the
names wete seen in tlie room bv tier
sons across the areavvny and the alarm
was given In lime, so that the firemen
kept the blaze in tlie one room.
Hartzell and his wife left town jester
day morning and told Augustus Gottlieb,
superintendent of the building, lo keep an
ej'e on tho apartment. Gottlieb said that
he looked the apartment oyer at 1 o'rloik
jesterriav afternoon and again at 4
o'clock and everything wns all right
The police think some one thtevv a
lighted match in tho window.
(Ubiirnc Sorv Mr: UUhop's l.ntvjer,
James W. txbonie was substituted yes
terdny as counsel for Mr. Abigail' .
Hlshop in her suit fur divorce against
James Cunningham Hlshop, In place of
liouis s. I'osner. ,vir. rosner consented.
The chatittti of attorneys was made, it Is
understood, because Mrs, Hlslmp wants
Mr Oshorno to oppyso Henry W. Tafl ns
counsel for Hlshop nt the trial,
Tbe Man Who Put tb
EEs In FEET
Look for This Trade-Murk Picture
on Hit l.nbel vilicn bin ini
The Antitentic PovTiirrforTrndc-t.
Tra4 Muk. Aching Feet. Sold evcrvvrlicre, .'.Vr.
bilill'lr I'KKIt. AiMleSJ.
ALLEN S. OLMSTED, L Roy, N. Y.
OHIO SENATE IN AN UPROAR.
l.nlmr lirotip bender Threaten In
lletenl llleellon r(TPl.
CoLf.MHfS, Ohio. April 10, -Pllllgoa
alleged to ha,. been made In the last
campaign by members of the (leneral
Assembly to vole for certain measures
now demanded by the labor group fig- j
tired tn-dnv In perhaps the most spec- ;
tac'iilar scene that has been seen on the
Moor of the Ohio Senate. Disclosures
mad,. In violation of Ohio laws are ex
pected. Senator Green declared under uties-
Honing that the pledges can be proved,
and ho offered to plove them If Bny
member should declate he did not be
lieve what the Senator said.
Tli" controversy arose ovr tho
Thomas resolution to Investigate the
coal mining- situation in Ohio. Oreen, j
who is the 'eader of the labor group
In the Semi'", moved to refer the reso
lution tn 'he Committee on Labor.
Members opposed to this declared that
his objeot was tn throttle the resolution
so ns to ram through the Croon coal
snreen bill without the Investigation
proposed by Hie Thomas resolution.
Senator .lung asked whnt pledges
"Tho pledge mnde by members of tho
Senate to vote for the Clrcii hill." Sen
ator Green replied.
It Is .ald that a newspaper man ap
proached Oreen and said' "Tell lheni
where tltov ure. We h.ue them In a
safety deposit box."
Green Ignored the suggestion.
The resolution was passed, 21 to !t.
The defeat of Senator Green and the
radical group. It was contended, was n
challenge of Gov. Cox's friends to tho
group. The labor men. ii Is said, have
been attempting to drive him Into buck
ing their schemes.
The Governor was not in the city, but
It was declared that on attack on him
by a local tinner early In the dav had
lepyrled statements of .lohn Hill. .li.. of
Chleugo lo the tiled that limnev was
used to pass nie "boald of trade bill" a
few days ago was Introduced to hush
up the Investigation brought forth to
day bitter exchanges of personalities in
Senator Claik had intioduced a leso
lullun for the Investigation similar to
(he ic solution offered by Madlgan.
"I want to call attention to the fact,"
shouted Madlgan. "that i: is an effort
of Senator Clark to cover up this affair."
"I resent such charges." leplled Clark,
"and declare that the Senator's state
ments ate not true."
Madlgan tin n repeated his charges.
Livid with rage and with teats rolling
down his face. Clark advanced toward
"Vou dlrt cur'" shouted Clark, slink
ing a fist. "If It wasn't for the fact
my family would suffer I would take
the law into my own hands right now
and give .vou what you deserve"
Senator Madlgan's only reply was lie
was ready at any time.
The Senate suspended the rules and
adopted Clark's resolution Later Madl
gan called up his tesnlullon and It ntsj
i was adopted
AMATEUR ROBS THREE TRAINS.
Cainnreil by lleint Mirrlffs Iftor n
Svs Dii:cio, Cnl . April 10. Throe train
tnbberles. a running tight with three
deputies, a siege In a barricaded old
house and a surtender when enfiladed
between front and rear entries after
the ttimt door had been bnttcred In
and the black window smashed to splint
ers was the exciting expel lence to-dav
of John Moore, amateur in clime.
Moore began operation, bv holding up
,,ni .preeei roan" out Here, near
the town of He. eiiy
town of lie. eiiy at one n clock in,
tin tnorii'ii" The tiain was slowly
approaching Ileverely when Moore,
dtest-ed In regular wild XVost costume,
pointed ii rllte .it lb" engineer and or-
I (1',r"'' 1,lm "'"l1 """'tlno.
i no engineer descended Horn the cab
and marched ahead of Moore to the pas
senger coach, where all the passengers
' 'uer the persuasion of the rifle goi
i "ut "n Kicnnd and donated theh
Mooie held up the second train al
.1 o'clock this afternoon and the third
at T o'clock to-iilghl. Ho was fol
lowed by deputy sheriffs und captured
at Latnsa after n desperate fight.
, RABBIS OPPOSE THE KEHILLAH.
sin I.Hvmen Krv Trln lo Hole In
C liureb .Xnltera.
i.iniiliei of i. thlils and members from
Jew ih orthodox congregations of New
Yen It ni"t lait night nt the Rjnngogun
Khal Adas Jrshuiu, Hldrldgo street be
tween Cnnal and lllvislon streets, nnd
expressed decided views of opposition to
the legulatlon of Jewish orthodox mat
ters by the Kehlllab,
The convention of the Kehlllab takes
place Saturday night It Is claimed by
the orthodox rabbis that the Kehlllnh,
nn ntganlzatlnn made up largely of lay
men, Is nlteini'tlng to usurp regulation of
Jewish t Ites.
Isaac Allen, nu atlointy, chaigeil th.it
a committee from the oithndox churches
h.id aekod the Hev. J. L. Magnes, foi -merly
of Temple Lmnnu-ci and now pre--lib-tit
of the Kehlllab, to agtee that an
Independi'nt i-nniuilttee should be put In
cotitiol of religious matters, nnd that the
Hev. Mamies had tefused to yield the
"The Kehlllnh,' ho ald, "Is nominally
a democratic organization of which th"
rich Jews of New X'ork are In control and
through that control are trying to tegu
late religious nffalis." ,
The lopresetitutlves of Jewish ortho
doxy wete salil to fear Hint tlie Kohl I lo h
will seciue povvci over the kosher meat
shops of the citj.
LEE SOON WEDS QUE CHEE.
Chinese .Motor From .lersrv C'ltjr
fereliliinv d I'enttl In llnrlein.
J,ee Soon, tirnpiietnr of n Chinese
resliiiiintit nt rj.'itlt street nml Thinl
itvi.'iiiie, this city, iintl One dice, who
honrtleil nl II20 Hilii'ciWHtreet,.ler.eyCitj,
were nmrrli'il j'estei iltiy in the .Jersey City
City Hull by the llev. K. r. Cnmeu,
n retireil minister employecl ah n tierk
In the eiiKlnet'iiiiK linrenii, The couple
Imil waited for thrro hours fm Mayor
Tho brlilnl party eniue tn the City
Hall in a llinousliie, The brlile'H kowii
watt of the lirliihtPft blue, einbrolilereil
with eatilliial red llovverH In fiiiititHtlc
denlsnn. After the crrtttmny the party
returned in Mauhattati and lat uiitlit
Mr. unit .Mrn. Koon were hum and
tioslesH ut a his cHuner in the bride.
LOUIS MARTIN BUYS
OUT GEORGE RECTOR
llreitkx in the Turkex Trot I'nl ;
Two Other Hestimrfint. Into 1
WALLAt Kt'A.VT SKK M.WOll
LieeiiM' lllirenii Chief lhin'l
I'lefiseil in Dunce. Hall
Northward tho Martins lake their
merry way. Only n fevvyenrs ago Mart In'n
restaurant was at University place and
Ninth street. Then J. H, and Louis
went to Hroadway nnd Twenty-sixth
street. XVhlln J. It, resisted near Madi
son Square tho enchronchtnentft of
trade Louis went to Hroadway and ,
Forty-second street, riv-ucltating the
Cnfe do l'Opera. And yesterday Louis I
Martin handed n check for $75,000 to
GeorKo Rector, purchasing Rector's res
taurant at Hroadway nnd Sixty-second
"'os," said Mr. Rector yestetday, "I I
and my partner, Joseph Mally, have
sold out to Mr. Martin. We divide
fifty-fifty; that Is to say, Mr. Mally
takes S37,fi00 and I take $37,500. It
was a cash sale. Mr. Martin said to
me, 'I like your place. XVhat will you 1
take for It?' I said: 'How much money
bnve you'." Ho said 'I have S7S.0U0. ,
1 said. 'Give me your check nnd take,
the place turkey trottery and nil."
"It is not true." continued Rector the
younger, "that the Mayor's order for
bidding tea time dancing and reiiulrlng
tny patrons tn leave nt 1 A. M. forced
me olll of business. In n sholt time I
expect to open a new restaurant; one
that will give New Votk something to
talk about. The last time f wns in
Paris I had plans drawn up for n cafol
that would be a novelty to New Yorkers.
I am not ready yet to announce my '
plans, but when I am ready there will
be some talk. For instance, 1 expert to
have women burmalels and women to
wait at table."
Mr, Martin took charge yesterday,
but his name wilt not be put over the i
door until the corporation that con- t
ducts Louis Martin's at Hroadway and ,
Forty-second street lets go of it. Mr. .
Martin sold the right to that company
to iim' the profitable name of Martin '
until July 1. lflKt. On that date he I
will ieuame George Rector's and call 1
it Louis Martin's. )
Petitions in bankruptcy were nled
against two restaurants yesterday,
but it was denied at each that the
ban on teatlme dancing or the Mayor'a
1 o'clock order had caused financial
dlstres". The Cafe La Grande at 1
Hroadway and Fiftieth street, owned i
by Mark Aron, Is alleged to be n-.ol- '
vent, with liabilities of ?4S.00O, of
which $28,000 is secured by mortgage.
The proprietor had been thtough bank
ruptcy once before.
The Frolic Restaurant at 222 West
Forty-seventh street Is also In difficul
ties. It was opened In 13 12 by the
Frolic Operating Company -vli'di was
said to have spent $20 Onil m equipping;
It. A petition in bankruptcy was tiled
against the company on I .comber 2t"..
1012. and n month later the receiver
sold tho business for tC.O.'iO. II was
bought in by the original company,
which again failed to make it pay.
Chief Xallace of tho Mayor's License
feature of our card and
filing cabinets is not that
they solve so many filing prob
lems, but that they solve them
This means time, space and
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Uureuti called nt tho City Mall yestcr
clay and attempted to sec tho Mayor
lie failed to do so. It was said around
the City Hull that the Mayor has not
been pleased with tho way certain danc
halls that had been within the Juris
diction of tho liurcau of Licenses have
Andrew Mehlcr who used to vvo-n
side by side with Oscar or the Waldorf
In the old Dolmonlco's years ago, was
made manager of tho Hotel Hector. yr
tcrday. I In purposes to instttnie, a new
rcglmo and will servo good meals Win
Manager Mehlcr considers eating one
of the lost nrts which ho purposes to
do h:s best to discover.
"Music nnd dancing have spoiled tha
noble art." said he yesterday. "I'eopl.
used to come In to get good food. Nov.
they expect a hlte to eat. with a theatr
cal performance! and n d.ish of llarnun
.4 Ualley on the side. Things will b.
Mr. Mehlet- was with Delmonlco fo
tvv. ntv-sK vrnri and remembers hnw
the late .1. I". .Morgan used to come
and supervise arrangements for the dhi
neis hi' gave.
ll should bo understood that M
Mohler W not against music. Ho like
it In Its place. Hut ho hates trots, trni
tors mid trottc ries