DON'T WANT STRIKE AID,
IS STANDARD OIL WORD
HrnrK'T (id n Hour Dn.v. hut' A. C. Bedford, Vice-President, Tells Gov. Fielder That
K t'coi-ii i t ioti of I ' ii ton
Is Not (ii'iinti'ri.
TWO WKHKS I'KillT OVKH
the Company Will Take Care of Bayonne Labor
Troubles Its Own Wav.
FOR CALL TO
GO ON STRIKE
tifliumit'. Should thin not lit irinnto.. hv
Mill M tlltll 1 It I llu U.1I.U 1.1 I ... .1.1 ( I .,,1
UUeMlons .it Ikmio Id ii committer I lo'iuhltratloi'i, th.. Hil,ltrtlon boat.) to
of strll,et!, 'iiiiiiiii intents iiiiiI one ' ' nmNl of Inn reieentntlves of tlm
Sev OinT, X, .!., ,!u 21 -tlov , Klve IS mt rent. Iiicipiicp In uhk.'s
Kifiil-r, .nmi'inl iiv tin- ii-fiiK.il or tin. iiirmmhom the hoiKs of their pl.iiit in
Hlaniliinl nil Coiiip.inv lo submit th
I -T C IV . .IlllV Jl WllP't
I. an !.rs nf till1 m irh'.nlst.s anil
,l t wo'kirn UppiciiM iifiucni , ,.lin.i II).Knl K0,.Vp, notli'c on tie s, "u1,1"1 "" "mi'.itiy nlul two lepre-
,.,, r,,.ivp to n.tir t!.H ,.;.,.,..- , .,,. -.,. "I'V" ,,r. .,'.0,l,''!'',:?-...!,ll,,u':1 ,h
, -..I linn h.i..ii tlin ri'll. , , ' ""llllliirjs Ol'.IKIPP I lie IOIIT KO PlO.'il
--, imn l.r.prn tlip r.l.-l ,v,, A Ci iu.lUlt ,,. Vlr,-.i . V..leitt. I shMll ultlK.ut -lelnv select ,, ilftli :,rM j
..p. or th. uiitotm ami lh llelifi ,. f . !(, ,R, (.,,.,.,. ,R. tnitor. ShouU Hip atbltratmH bo umibl
r M i'. loiiiati .nut tli3 1 ..,........ 1,1.1i... 1nil. f ...... ,, fP,.,..l" "Rih- on the nrih niPinl.pf wlthlt,
...xliu.l.on fomKliy t'v "" V.; , , ' U , I three .lay,, th,. (lover.mr r ll.p State !
l- t, been in irot;:'.i at th I "" -il--r In the way of num. I troop- Miall bo iciiiete.l to appoint tlm am. i
i :. t.o'i plant for u..aril o' ! ot nftlrlnl InlliiPiipp in tin- .xptttonn nl of Should aM linaiil of arliltrallon iti.iatj
, -i in.- to an end. I the lt.i)onnc rtrihe I"" ''"'"'""e of wattes to tin- employ m ;
i lippi'lpi-, tiitorn.ttlu.nl vice . ..' , .... , I H" whkh lmll I.pkIii ftoin tin. tliup tlvi
.,f the iii.K'iillils.n. lil-H laliiii il . ,.' . . V , , mutter Is suhmltteil to url.ltratloti
j the lt.i)oniii' rtrihe.
I i!o. Fielder iMllt.l Mr. Ili.lt, nil to
to In- oiip or tlio Ki'atP! V", ' ,,.,;,. "'; "I liu ami nn othpr ntn-stlnti that
,x . b orK.mlr. I Inbor. ! -V J, . "' ."' U "."r . K ""i'1' v '!' "" ' '"'' hf -"l.ii.ltl.-.l to arl.ltratlon noiv
,v,p;.', r rlnlmi-. Iiowwor. th'.-1 n'Kh ",lrie,l to .s.-aMili-t rroni Ills tit- ., , tllH rutnrp chill he KPttleil within
i not K"l n" llu-y i-mrht. .t "l,,'r,K;" " "Itnatlon In linmim-. t(.u ,l:l)
I L.'.plM anil Us :iko. Utet tl,',t '"""""'J "" tvfnsml llatly to! .-r lf n,KlnK )v thr
vioalt rr , it?iuri ,iip ipi iun in piiirinpiii iii"
v.uii'i"! ny ttip MrlKrrii.
Ilio t!ocinr niif.l Mr. Iliiiror.l to , lay mill tlvp hoiirM on Sattirili . ,
lino tho i'i.inp.in itff.niHhlpr it 'l.- ;"CI) That Hip nipn shall ie,plp time
rieiun. Hp Mr H.iironl that h.Miin.l n half tnr ovi'itlnio imlf.innl)
thous', tl.p tpiiim or Hi- m' rllier.-. woro I tliroindioiit Hip plant for all 1 1 1 nr. ovpr
rail Mr. I'.'il r.it U - loply i.i n I. him , tihip luniro a il . Satnr.lay nrtPMioon,
anr.iit o tint tlio ..Siiiip.iiix hum allc . ."utnl iy an, I Ipk.iI IioII.Ij)s. .
to fptllo lt lahor ,llthi'iltlp all ilnlli't "' That tho Stalnlaiil Oil Com-1
iipt',1. nor ivuiilil It aivppi. mt'ill.itloa I I'ani mkipp- not t illphnrnp nn of Hi
Kili'hli aa that pui..i-,l to-,la l.y Hip ! -iiil'loyt p l,f.aiio of tlielr aitlvltlps In.
ihul tlio Ktrluo
iii"ip" ..f i vory ImlnMr; hor
. 1m.1pI ii mi iiiiIith tho wink.
. npi t Ir.rlml, ,1. In atlilltion t
ii.Mf ,1a.. wlthimt la rpdiictlon,
.' "f till- llllll.'l.
. 'mint whlfli wax r.U'.ilnl to.
" , atoii a'tl wlilrti f s-ihl t.i
. it el tlio wrltti'li approval of
- Il.l'th llailRP. i!P.tilpnt Df
t, ; i,. i. hi in Alan. 1. .M. I i unipaiiy.
j ci ! f"i thp 1'inlit hoar il iy wltn
f . - r .wen .in woro palil when tho
. . n n rkpil ton honr. a ila. Itpfnro
r .Jk !'oil In aril oi Mr. Irpil,-r tin- of
Ii i - i ,ip Iti tn'iiittoa Arm t'onip.inv
I ' .If I .a. Hip .llit hour ilsi It
v. ii . i lp ii.itoil 'h ii tho nrnn I'lim
. iv il ii I '.i in iko Hip plant a poo,l
t.i ,p I i .in ail non-unluii inon will
0" .-.'l' ..1,'.
Jo' :i n'l'ston, IntPinatlonal vlco
trif lpi of Hip Stiuctni.il Iron Work
ft. .i. I .o-niMit thai with tin- HiIiIkp
p,'lti.it sittloil Hiiro uouhl lip a roil
firnno ol iiitp"i.ii.tial labor oliloN In
tli"- nty to-iiioriov,' ami .Mon,la ror tlio
pu-piK of iIp. iiIihk whether to talp up
t c cmlarH ii,m in N'fw llavrn o-
olrsMcl Hp pant that tho movoinont
I il.is or hour tho ivpk shall tonslyt or
' lirit hour follow n: Nine honm a
It w.i Hipii lh.it (!o I'l'lili r tol.l "M"''l'l the-p wWips. Lo Ktanti, ,
.Mr llriirunl that he ltlp!v wonl.l i acMiiv the loinp.mv on bohalf of all Us
not kIvp the I'otnpany any military al.l. "'"l-loyi-e- t their loyalty uml e,irnc
or an otber of any lilml x.i lom: an it '"Mor.itloii.
ti'aintalnoil its Ktnhboin atr.tinlp He.
sib! 'hat no inllltla woul.l bo lit to I Mlmrii nf Itoimh lliluos.
ltj runic now uiiIp.'s Hip ptot. ctlou of .n,(. .lom.itiilt wore chorn of many'
I e.i ami ,rou.rty npri'sMlatiM it. '""I , ..harp .hIriw throuKli tlie ailvlco or the,
that Hip pica or lt ifToot upon Hip moh ,rili:i turx In th,- mornltiK Hip Htrlkorh'
cou',1 not Intlu-ni'i! Iilm. j riimmlitei. hail koiip to J'ollie llvuil,
ilov KlohbT has itlvpn up hope uf any (ouartciH tu inpot Mcmih. Motlttt nn.l
iNuippratloii from tin- Stamliiril oil Com
pany. Not oiil ,11,1 .Mr II. '.lf,ir,l ilei!
a b!uw to the effort. of tiu State to
olTpr a solllonipnt or tin- sttlko, but ho
lulil tho ilou'tnor that een If Seriitnn
Wilson of Hip Hepnittilpllt of Labor wpip
to ko to the hooiip f,f tlio il!tiiih,ini'o Hu
tir PlKhl hours i ito'.i'B to b. nurloil ! roii'tiai.N woiibl lofuso.to talk mediation
In.. rvo city In New I'tml.iiul where I with him.
the thop ate enKnKP.I In lllllni; war I "V ran spttlo our labor troubles our
..'iUr and that l.itei It would op maitp spIips,'1 h.iUI Mr. I il foril. "We ilon".
tinlverral ihintiBlimil the rnutitry I reo.l a!slanvo. nor do we want Intor-
Whotlipi the numerous umall raetorles r.TPiup from the outside. If the work
I ere that ate entra(;e,l In nialtltm ma- ' mcI1 want , rL.;rn to work let then
rh r.oi and tools for the arms plant will ,) vohmtar!ly and without any
le c.illf.l upcn to face a Hcup on the ,trnc5 to i"ince.slnns. We can
M'W ti-Mr union employee, unless they, ham,!e our md of the situation our
i.i'if.vic toe same conditions aa are to jVMI
po .nl . e--ct at the arms plant on All-1 (J(): K,,,,pr t(llli slr. itp.ifonl that
FM ! is nrobloinatlcal bioause there Is ,, lllt;uille of tllc. company was a pre it
to iuraneo that the union men j-m- ,lw..olntnicnt to hint. He told him
Il.uvl in thP5e shops can be Induced to f,..,l' ., ,. nf ,hp .,, ...nrk ,!n.
ilJ t tai.i- places. This has bpen tried
Iv Kp.ipler and others without much
COMPEIiS HERE; ANGRY.
l"o Will fiiroipr
tliioiioefc' In SlrU.es
by the State looklr.K toward n settle
inent of the dispute appeared to be
wasted energy, because of the company',
Oov Fielder Is nssumliic that the
Standnril Oil t'oinnany wants the State
mllltla on tho ground for only one pur
Outside In. ip.we. nnd that Is to permit It to till Its
.plant with new workmen. The eom-
I i.n.Oa nftlt.wln .if Ifulf .l.w.u t.A, .11-
i5t :ii r. pr'ient of the teetly make tho strike situation more
Fcdeiatio.i of Labor, who acute, in the t jvei nor's opinion, llu
v i fiom a lather stormy labor 1 e.presipl a belief that the longer the
t I5:ldqe;ic:; on FrUla nlRht. ' matter lianini tire the more likely the
r i t of yesterl.iv morning and, men are to return to work, because he
n .'Otiferrlr.R with International , knows of their need of money. The
ulr r? In thlj city on tho general company It to-night admitting groups
nation In the Kast. iof twenty men to the plant nt Intervals
I. mine: M left Washington In the 'of ten minutes and paying them the
i but hi'.'Tc train time he relt. money duo them.
i.-, belief that outldo Inlluenre ' The (lovernor nnnouncod that slxtv
i t ivtk on the labor forces of , policemen had been detailed to lliyonre
t ' It ! h s Intention, ho sail, 'ro'n other Hudson County municipal!-
1 prove' t ...a outside interference. lies , that the Jersey ilty Commlsslon-
"IL.8 ,.ur vi t tj New York anyiois wire holding a (.perlal nuetlng 1 1
h rins on the thri-iteni l strike at the . night to ccnslder hla reiiuest for mil
W. li:s ''omp iii'h p'.anti and other j 'ormrd aid for Sheriff Klnkead und thai
j'r.kes of metal wotkers?" Mr. (Jumpers ho understood the city of Ilnboken h id
was .isked. 1 alwo!utcl ipftM-d to fer.,1 aid,
I have nothing to say," ho replied. The Ooverncr Is satisfied that ttv
"1 .m alwajH Intcrefteil In the cause . Sheriff has the situation well In hau l
o' thr worklngman. I am always work-' now He admits that the refusal of the
- f his betterment and have alwas( omp.my to mediate may lead to fur.
.pnoi'cu ii'in in trying to netter n:s ir.er irouiue, inn no nopes inai ino ,ner
. !"'m Hut I will not tand for In-
.'p'pppc with the worklngman by out-i-
'T , sou think outside Influences aro
-ii ,n the present strikes, the IVi
o . ir u irs, th lcngshoreinenV com
I' .i t the clothing strike and the
I!r .Import a-ms strike?"
"I h.ii. leahon to believe that thero
r .'litK.b inlluences trying to Inter
frre with labor and I am taking steps
to tirrient tho activity of such slnlstpr
irriii iices '
Miit ii of thp reported ,ilsatlfac
of the Hridgpport strike leaders
i'i h . vi.lt to that city aroiisid Mr.
RnmpirH anger, lie would not say a
1 about the Ilrldgeport situation,
fi'l when asked to tel! who had been
!" 'Oiference with him yesterday he
rip: id .
I i-an tell, but 1 won't."
J .1 Koppler, international vlce-presl- '
C'nt of th machinists, did not come to i
' V.,rk with .Mr. (!ompprs, but ho Is
eviiprteil here .within a day or two to
ta p .'hargo of the loeal situation, I
It 1 ame apparent yesterday that the I
e"1 rs of th') Illli'H company Intend to
ei'P' -e iho worl;er' demands for more
!"' Ilmlgp Commissioner Kracke ts
niul .iiits yeMcrday for tho company
J'. nation armed guards nt tho Hrooli- (
1) piiiI of tho .Manhattan Bridge to pro-1
t' 1 mo piaitt at Adams and Plymouth
rei't fiom cranks.
iuiiriN have boon wntphlng the Illiss
cen pan) h downtown plant tiny and ,
t'fiii ,m,i the force of guards at the
rr.ijeitiie works. First aipnue and Forty
flr t Mr t, Urooklyn, where Wliltehead
t'n i do. s fr the (lovernment and tor- i
T' i, ips .mil other war aupplles for Iluro-
I'i" .aiioiiM aio being manufactured, t
fJ I i tniTcased recently. ,
, ,, present time of sparring be- '
ti'prn tu, ",,nipany arid tho inachlnlHts.
n " "ing'i nothing il"flnitn has been done
I' ' wiy of preni'iitlng demands to the 1
"Ml els, both iililea hnvo taken a
4". n , iin stand. At the nlllce of tho
'"" l'.. i jestorday II was iiald that tho
l ng done by the skilled and un
1 l.u workmen illd not warrant anv
hi pay i
1 'coring, bislness ngnnt of the1
1 'i in the Now Vork district,
'oil Ii bftipved tin- lllls.s worker, .vould '
'r ii,,. ss they ,'tot w'oit Hiey ask,
11 " four fo" first cias3 mai'lilit
ml proportionate Increare.s for .
Iff and his deputies will bo able to con
trol any situation which miy arise.
Hatosnk, N. .1. July 21. The de
mand!', which the strikers." commit
tee, headed by Jeremiah J. Italy,
drafted under suggestions from the m-j-dlators
and which the strikers vote I
should be submitted to the Standard (HI
oltlclals, weie as follows.
"Mnntlartl Oil Company of .Vrte Jrrsey.
"Oknti.kmbn : Your employees hereby
submit tho following terms, which If ac
ceded to they will Immediately return to
wot It :
"(1) That tho .Stnndard Oil Company
Stntlfh Vl.ivrtp flirt..,, lli.MPV WIIkoii.
Commissioner of Public Safet ; Adjt.
tlcn Sadler and Sheriff Klnketd bearing'
with them a copy of theli written de
mands :iH piepared over night.
In the original dpin.imls the strikers
ilimaitded tho discharge of a foreman,
Anthony Eowsli-kl. that they be asuuted
io "decent treatment' . that the guards
be illsch.itge.l forthwith. 1
With the deiii mils carefully typed. th ,
siilKers commitlie Weill lo .uyuosn
Hall at 2:311. whither the strikers had
b. en called by messenger. I'aul Supln
ski, the lawyer leader of the strikers,
mnde .in address In Polish, urging them
tu refrain from violence and assuring
them of victoiy. Then Italy, who Is a
(nil, yaunt young man with high cheek
hours', red cheeks and an undercut
chin, explained the proposals. Huplnskl
lead them in l'ollsh.
Vote Flnnlly Unanimous.
When the vote was called by show
or hands the strikers did not seem
teady to approve of them. M. F. Cronln,
ex-Mayor of Itayonue, however, made a
speech In which he sympathized with the
strikers, but urged them to agree to
the demands. Accordingly the vote was
The strikers' committee was to meet
the oltlclals of the Standari! Oil Com
pany at 4:30 and then report back to
the strikers again at 6 o'clock. At the
latter hour, however, they announced
that the Stainlaril Oil Company wanted
until U o'clock to gle a final answer.
After the Messrs. Moflltt nnd Smyth
learned of the decision of the Standard
oil Company they explained their posi
tion, Mr. Moflltt said he and nts asso
ciate had callid on Mr. llennesy and
had a long talk with him. In the course
of that talk Mr llennessy handed the
I'onelllatotK a message which he had re
ceived from S, P. Hunt, a director nf
the company, which expressed the atti
tude of the company toward the strikers.
Mr Hunt's mrtsage was as follows:
"You may say to Messrs. Moltlt anil
Smyth, commlsslonets of conciliation of
the Department of Lnbor, that we ap
pieclate their kind offers of mediation
and will furnish them with all Informa
tion regarding tho situation that they
"We regret, however, that the situa
tion Is such that we cannot avail our
telves at this time of their kind offer.
"Our position Is that order and peace
In the community must first be restored,
and when that Is accomplished we are
willing to take back all of our former
employees and to consider any reason
able demands made by them In any way
that will permit nf such consideration.
"The company has only the kindest
feelings tnwnrd Its employees nnd hopes
thnt they will return to work."
Continued from First I'agr.
tluiial oltlclals of the metal trades
Asked If the Herman (lovernment had
any hand in the strike plans. Heeling
"The (lertuali Hovel iiiuent Is III no way
conocrred with the eight hour and higher
wages inolenipnt of Hie metal trades
unions, and none of the utllel.ils or any of
the repiesentathes of ill, national and
Inlet national organizations are receiv
ing bribes fiom the Herman iloveiiiment
for the extension or liialigiiriilloii or the
national strike The eight Jiour nnd
hlghp, wages demands welo orlglliatP'J
by Hip mf'i.il tiaiip unions, themselves,
without outside assistance, and Hie pte
pnlnfluiis foi the enforcement of the tie
tiia.iiN have been going on slemlll) ever
slme the I'iurope.ili war Mailed '
Asked If the Intel minimal Associa
tion of Utilise nnd StiiK'tural Iron
Workers wonl.l be liixohed In the strike,
I leering said:
"The hoiisestnlths nnd strtntiir.il lion
win hers will be luvtilird III all mo
tions wheie new buildings ate being
erected for arms and munitions con
onus heo.iiMP of llieli' I. it go war otdeis,
and In nit Instances of tills kind the
structural lion workers will actively
"Hundred of million." of null. its are
being spent by the Iliiropean Hoierii
inenta for war munitions In tho I'nltpil
States, nnd tho moment the war started
the metal worker were nllo to Hie op
portunity pic.-entlng Itself for a na
tional eight hour day and Increased
wages, but tlie halo been delaying
action until full; piepaied to make a
sttci ess fill move.
"In this e:y and Uli,lt we have
been piep.irlng for a general strike In
the Mlis works, having as p teceled
no notltlciitloti fiom the comp.ui that
It will grant our demands
"!.niimotii and automobile plants
which m i' supplying the belligerent
Powers with locomotives and motor cars
In large iiuantltles wilt also be affected
by tho national strike.
"I have been Informed that the flllss
lompany has posted a notice In Its shops
granting the eight hour dnv on August
1, but this In no way will prevent a
strike of the 2,000 worker there, since
thete are other demands which will be
made. The workers will demand higher
wages and the company's plants will be
tied up unless the wage demands are
Michael J. Ceamey. business agent
of District 15. International Associa
tion of Machinist, said three bombs had
been found In the Fifty-third street
factory of the Itllss concern In South
llrookiyn, hut that the finding of the
bombs had been kept secret by the com
pany and those who found them.
Cearney said he had not been In
formed whether the bombs were of dy
namite or powder. He asserted that
the company hail as yet been unabla
to get on the trail of the bomb planters.
THREE SHIPS HELD UP
BY DOCKMEN'S STRIKE
Clyde mid Mnllory Liners Un
able to (Jet Cargoes Unload
ed From Holds.
Three ships of tho Mallory and Clyde
lines which were to have sailed rester
ilav wete held up by the strike of dock
win Lets who went out earlier In the
week. Thp steamship Union of the Mal
lory Line, which was tn h,ivo sailed ror
Mobile wilt not be abte to leave before
Mond.iv and possibly later. The cargo
rroni her last trip has not pt been un
to, iled because of the shortage of hands.
'the Vp.ivho of Hie Cljile Line, which
was due to sail at 1 I'. M. for .laekon
vlllo, did not leave her dock until M
hours later owing to iIpI.iv In loading,
CHARGE THREATS TO
BLOW UP FACTORIES
(Jernian Arrested in Cleveland
Accused of Plot to Drop
Hoinbs From Kites.
WANTED TO END THE WAR
Sheet Shrouded Shape's Shrill
Shouts Stinicde Sturdy
''i.kvki anp, July 24. An elaborate
Plan to blow up t. e plants of the Ametl
can Steel and Wlte Company, the Peer,
less Motcu Car Ojmil.iny anil the Whit"
Company, also an automobile firm, by
m ans of nitroglycerine bombs dropped
rroni kites, was charged late to. night
lo a loung man arreted alter a week'n
police unit Federal Investlgatfcn,
Thln joitng man, a ii.itlvn of tier
iii.m. is s.itd to be the iiulhni nf
tinea!.", to ilmamlre th r plant, ac
nnd the .Medina, due to sail yestenlny for I poiillng to Infoi nmtlon obtained by the
police. Two other suspected men, fel-
lahesion, still Ins her last trip's cargo
in her hold.
j All of Hip 2. Mini do,'l wolhelf. of the
' M .1 llu i y Steamship Company mo now
ion stilke. Mine than i'.i'.i of them ei
tprila aciepteil the Invitation of the 1.
W. W. to Join the Marine Tiansport
HoMr.nviu.E, N, J July 21. Somplwdy
Is having some summer fun with Sum
erville, but If the folk tliete ever find
out who that somebody Is who disturbs
their sleep with hideous shrieks In the
dead of night, slips about the Cen
tral railroad's freight jnrds In ghostlike
fashion, scaring Night Watchman
Thomns llagan and three car cleaner!
out of thilr Jobs, nnd Juwt out of pure
cusscdness keeps iiulet and under cover
when the whole town sit up to cato'i
him, Somervllle Is going to have some
fun with that miinehody. Chief of Fo
lic llcllls, a s,Uad of oHIceis and soven
tallroad detectives aio on his Hall. All
have heard the noises, but none a yet
has caught a glimpse or their author.
liver since llagan heard the horrifying
sci earn a week ngu and iimv lliced his
railroad partneis that II wasn't a loco
motive's surely valve blowing olT at
night thai sent the shlier up and down
hi spine and made his h.iM stand up
few Somprxllle folk have ulept a wink.
Then llagan saw a ghostlike fotin Mil
ting ncios Iho ralltoad yard thlough
the bushes und Hips Into (he cemetery
tract bejond, I til K.i II stiffened with
(right nnd next day he iislgued. Tho
whole town had lieanl tho awful sounds
and persons: sat up nights with every
light limning brightly. The nerve tack
ing yells eonllnuct from the graveyai.:.
llagan' ghost gained In notoriety.
As a last lesorl, some (0 losldents of
the town decided to gather at the Ceiitlnl
passenger Million Inst night to watrh for
the ghostly llgure to shnw up and shriek.
They waited nnd wailed It hum long
after midnight when they loft In chagrin.
No one admitted hivlni; seen llag.in's
iippatltlnii, Nor ,11,1 the unearthly noises
slartle Hum as usual unlit nil had do
parted to their home. Now It I for
bidden to pass the railroad tr.ii'l;, when
there Is much ambush, nnd tlio Job
finding llagan's gliot Is left to Hip po-lire.
h.w employee, have declared to the po
lice thai ho told them ho could dewroy
the plants as ii means tmvanl ending
t,n war and could "gtl big money for
doing it "
Tho orl-oner. who Is about 2S years
old. questioned at length by Captain of
Petecilve Walker, denied that be bad'
(Winkers t'uloti of that oigaiiir.atloii. jsald "he could do It and get big money
Thev haw established headquarters at.''"- "' admitted saylvg "If Ibeee
US.'. Spring vtteet. over a saloon. plants i otild bo blown up without hlllln
The company has omplo.ved Too strike !"' ' war would lie stopped.''
' . . ... t 'I'I m ..i,i.1i.ii , .1, 1 t.i. lltn mull il lot I1IU'
l.teakers to nil tne vacancies lauseu ny "' " ". "
Hie strike Then- men ii-e kipt Inside .einpioj rouows
72 ARRESTED AS GAMBLERS.
CIP.L3 RESCUED FROM RIVER.
ii, ii tin 1)1 von From Pier nml
I rilnmpn Moti Train to Help. '
Mar ii Howling, 12, of Orange, N. J
W I'atlwrlne. Hrodcrlck, s, of 23S0
E'Rhtli avenue, were paddling with a
J"r of other children In the Hudton
liiur hi West 137th street nbnut 6
"dock last night when tho swift cur- i
"nt ca.rle.l them Into deep water. I
Tin pries of the children were heard
WHuarn 8. Singer and Mrs. Kllnabeth
Wiletikcr. wf or the sttward nt the
".ton Motor Ilout Club, at 138th street,
'"a both dived from tho pier nnd swam
the reicuo of the little girls. Will
n Iloster and Albert Franck, reiipec- ,
jivelj- conductor and brakemnn on a I
'lr,g NcW york Cfntral freight train, i
went overboard and helped bring ,
children to shore, the train having
Hopped when Uosscr say the com- '
The children, who were unconscious '
"l riscllld. wern taken hv Dr. Kriis
A JVJ I .
Ii.'. J.B. CREENHUT COMPANY.
57 "THE, BIG STORE,"
BOTHJiDU SIXTH AVE., I BIS TO 191!! STREET
(By Order of the United States District Court)
19th Annual Sale of fp
$2 to $10 A
(Seconds) Tomorrow at
Not another word need be said. This mere announcement
is sufficient to crowd Greenhut's at store-opening time to
morrow. ''NEMO" CORSETS ARE KNOWN THROUGHOUT
THE CIVILIZED WORLD.
Near y all the popular 1915 "Nemo" styles are in this
sale, including the famous "Self-reducing" and "Slender"
Although classified as "seconds" no hurt is greater than
a dropped stitch, an oil-spot or two, or finger-marks.
All sizes when this sale begins tomorrow.
PLEASE COME EARLY.
Great Semi-Annual Sale of
Begins Here Tomorrow
An extraordinarily large and varied list of special
bargains in furniture for every part of the house. Every
article 'way below regular price.
For details of this sale with items, see our advertise;
ment in to-day's World, American, Herald and Times!
All charge purchases made during the remainder of this month will
be entered on bills rendered September 1st.
(Dccause ot the crowds in attendance we cannot guar-
nr.,.. in All mall nr lelenhnne orders, nn these Items.
col ' rv,"'i. wcro laurn ny i'i. rrus-ij ,i,vw w . .. , ,...r....- - - ,a
nvi,e'i, lhe Knlclwboclcr Hopai on" Double Crtctx Trcdlng Stamps in the Forenoon Style Stamps Afternoons
Two ItnliU Conilncteil hr Ment.
Two gambling raids yesterday by
I.leut. McAultttVs raiding squad of the
Sixth Inspection district netted seventy
two arrests. The men were locked up
In the West 123d street station house,
charged with dliorderly conduct.
The first raid wns at Hollywood Hall,
41 West 121th street. There were flfty
slx men In a lodgcroom on the top floor
nni Jtiey had the usual telephones and
racing charts. The owner of the hulld
Ing. John Schwartx, said the men had
hired the room from him for three hours,
saying they were members nf the Har
tenders and Walters Alliance and
wanted to hold a meeting.
The second raid was In tho rear of
a cigar store ownetl by IMward Jaseph
at HSI Fifth avenue. .Sixteen men
were arrested and the telephones and
racing charts confiscated. ,
Iho dock piiclosuns. not epn (paving for
minis or sleep. SeV'pial t,r them hut
tin now escapes fiom Injury dining the
da when they left the s.Hety .one and
wete attacked by strikets outside. Only
one strike breaker was Injuied and bis
hurts Welo plight
NAVY YARD MEN WAIT.
I'oMponc Willi, out mi Promise
That I'resldenl Will See Lender.
Wasiiincton, July 21. Dissatisfied
mechanics at the Washington navy yard
have decided to wait the result of a
conference, between their loaders nnd
l'tesldeiit Wilson before deciding upon
a definite course of action,
This was announced yesterday, fol
lowing receipt of a letter from Secretary
to the l'resldi'iit Tumulty by N. P. All
fas, president of District 44, Interna
tional Association of Machinists, who Is
representing Iho worker In their de
mand that Secretary Daniels restore at
once the wage scale tn force last year.
Trior to the receipt of the letter the ma
chinists, believing that the President had
left Washington without giving due con
sideration to their petition, had arranged
rot a mast! meeting in Naval Lodge
Hall to-morrow night, at which time it
was virtually determined a general
walkout would be voted. Such a walk
out, according to Allfas. would be fol
lowed by similar action tn all other
navy yards. Sectetary Tumulty s letter
Informed Allfas that press of other busi
ness had prevented the l'repldent from
taking action on their petition that ho
overrule Secretary Daniels, but that tho
President would be glad to talk with
them personally shortly aHer hi return
Mr. Allfas said yesterday that the
men had determined upon n walkout In
the event that their demands were not
an e.led to within a reasonable time. He
declared the men would not wait for Inves
tigation Into the cost of living here as
compared with that In the vicinity of
other yards, which Is Hie basis upon
which the fund from which they expect
tho Increase to tie drawnwas voted by
Congress. Alifas said an Investigation
would take too long and that the In
formation gathered on this point last
November would be suHlclent.
"He said that ir nil the firm In the
Felled Slates which ate making war
munitions could bo blown up the war
would stop It would bo quite possible I
to do this at the American Stool and ,
Wire, White and peerless plant, espe.
dally nt the Peerless, by Hunting over
Hie buildings large kilo mirylng nllro.
glveerlne bombs, lie said ho could itn
II nnd make big money doing It "
Iho conveisitlon Is said to have taken
Inn. p on a h'tteh in a public i in n, a
weik ago last r.lght Last Tuesday one
of the nun who heard the oung man's
statement told Co. (leoige C. Foster,
tompor.lrlly In charge of the United
"tnteM Secret Service lluieau here, what
had been said.
Thl man, as he. sent Information
to Washington also. At any rate
Charles liewoody, special agent of tin!
Department of Justice hero, commun!
cated with Washington and was ad
vised to turn ovir what information he
hail to the police.
A search of the man'o boarding place
by detectives revealed nothing to hhow
ho Intended carrying out the plans at
tributed to hltn. A charge of suspicion
has been lodged against the man pond
rig further Inquiry nnd the nuthnrltlee
refuse to allow the use of his name.
"I am not satisfied with this man's
statement and we nre holding him until
a more complete Investigation can b
made," said Capt. Walker. "We were
told that he deplored the lack or ton's
with which to make explosives."
The prisoner came to this country
when 14 years old to escape military
service In ilerniar.y, he ald. He-Is no:
citizen of the United Statt s.
WANT JUSTICES REELECTED.
Lungers .Make Knrly .Move In Be
half of Clarke nnd (irernliiinm.
A general committee of 100 lawyers
Is putting on Its ormor for a campaign
to reelect Supremo Court Justices John
Proctor Clarke and Samuel Oreenbaum.
The committee, which wan formed at
recent meetlngp of the Uar Association
and the County Lawyers Association, got
wind that Itepubllcan and Democratic
leaders were going to refuse renomlna
tlons to Justice Clarke, a Hepubllc.in,
and Justice flreenlnum, a Democrat,
whose terms end thl year.
The lawyers' committee will nominate
Justices Clarke and tlreenbium by poll
Hon If they are not nominated at the
With an Old World Charm
SO instinct with significance is
much of the Furniture of
olden times that, in the livirig
room of the town Apartment just as
in the more ample space of the
Country House,-it may be relied
upon to compose a picture of en
To our Hampton Reproductions
has been imparted that same air
of fine taste and aristocratic in
dividuality whether it be the noble
oaken Priory Table, with its sturdy
turned supports and carven apron,
the stately William and Mary Ban
queting Chairs of walnut or the
Jacobean Cabinet that carries on
the tradition of the Court Cup
board of earlier date.
24 AND 36 WEST 32d STREET
iL-v r w-
REGULAR CHARGE PATRONS MAY TAKE
ADVANTAGE OF THESE SALES -BILLS
WILL NOT BE RENDERED UNTIL SEPT. 1st.
S64.-566 and 56B 2ft flit Auruitf.o 46 TJ? and 47 STS.
Final Clearance of Summer Stocks
Styles are varied and few of a kind
sizes incomplete but all garments are of the usual
Of Linen formerly to $35
Of Cloth-forrncrly to $75- 1 5
Of Silk & cloth $29
formerly to $125,
Dresses: Country Frocks $ 1 2
Of linen, voile, crepe & batiste -formerly
Silk and Cloth Dresses--$2 5
formerly to $75,
Afternoon Gowns $35
Of Taffeta, crepe de chine, chiffon,
flowered silks and scrge
formcriy $65 to $95.
Wraps:Throwsand Coatees $0 $5
formerly to $45. '
Evening Wraps $55
formerly to $125.
Coats: Of Linen formerly to $25
Of ShantUng-formerly to $35 5
Of Cloth formerly to $65
Sweaters: of Auguzine, fibre and Italian silk
formerly to $45-$ 1 5, $20, $3 5
Hats to match $ 1 0, $ 1 2, $ 1 5
of crepe and silk.
Outing "Chevy Chase" Skirts, Awning
Skirts: Stripes.Linens, Piques, etc. $5 & $9
Garden Hats formerly to $30-$ 0
RlMico.Of Linen, Batiste & Voile $A $Q
OlOUSeS. formerly to $20 O
Of Lace, Net & Chiffon - $ 1 H
formerly to $25 ' Vy
-EARLY AUTUMN MODES-
Un r. '...i .... . II n Mj tn AH mall nr tlnhnnff nrHer nn lhe ItemaA I
NeiV Serge Dresses Paris models that have just
reached us--unusual and distinctive effects for cool
evenings, traveling, etc., introducing many phases of
the new Fall silhouette.
Advance Autumn Milli nery Charming hand
made hats in combinations of sucde-cloth and wolf -Rcboux's
Sailors of Satin Antique Spanish coquc
trimmcd Velvet hats--burnt ostrich trimmings and
many other smart effects for coming season.
New Suits That Show the Autumn Trend
Advance styles for traveling and for the first "cooler"
days made of high-character materials and introduc
ing entirely new style features.
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