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THE SUN; MONDAY, JULY 8, 1916. '
Demobilized Reserves Join in
Demonstration Started liy
ATTACK MADE OX EDITOR
. Anm, via London, July I. Elm
,fherloe VenUeloj wu the subject of an
.extraordinary demonstration this morn-
ln. orlrlnttlnr with the labor unions of
AUUjne and the Plrieui, which were
Joined later by hundreds of the demo-
niicea reserves. I
The Unionists started on a march for
,'the home of the Cretan statesman and
were lolned on the wav bv the reservists, t
"Whoee eun-bronsed faces and martial
bearing marked them as soldiers In
rtlte of the'.r newly donned civilian at-
'tire. The manlfestants surrounded tlio
Heme of Venltelos and cheered until
ine popular moi wis lorcea 10 ii.mr 1
trpori hla balcony. ,
An attemnt made by tne anti-venue- i
llete to break up the iratherinir was met
with a formidable display of revolvers
In the hands of the demonstrators. One
man who cried, "Dawn with traitors!"
was set upon by the crowd and had ln
That the Venlzellst
the eauee of the former
that of the Allies w
the French and British legations, where
cunnar aemonstraiions oceurrea.
Fresh fuel has been given to the '
flames of political dlstord which arc
Wsilng throughout Greece by a despatch
TTom oaionica stating mat a niimDer 01
Greek offlctrs have sacked the ornces
of a newspaper In that city and morUilty
wounded the editor. The rd tors of-
fence Is said to have bcn the publlea
tlon of alleeid revelations regardlnp the I
jurrender of Kort Kupel to the Mul
NEW DEMAND BY ALLIES.
Vtu Dlsmlssnt of 114 Poller gents
Athens, l Iindon July 3 4 .10 A.
M.). The Ministers of tho Allies have
presented a demand to the Ciov eminent
for the dismissal of H4 police agents In
Athens who are acuied of activity
falnst the Interests of the Kntetite
One of the demands originally made
upon King C msiuntln by the Allies
was for the dismissal of the chief of
Dollce of Uhens who was slid to hae
cuwuayu lyumr "i
mobs before the lCntente legations.
was dismissed, and on the organization
of tho new (.'.ihinct It was a umunicd
that an .td'.ierent of Wnlzelos had Ken,
given his post
ITALIAN WAR BUDGET ADOPTED
ChnmPrr of Deputies TnUrs cllon
mm, I Tli en .llnurii.
TIOMC. July :. -The Chamber
Deputle. to-day approved almost unaiu-
n,l, ,i,e nrmi.loo .t credits w hlch I
will cover the pr,od. up lo Decemiier 31 i
Premier Hoaelll und the President of
the Chamber made strong speeches and j
the house then adjournesl. Intrusting the ,
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BELGIANS ADVANCE IN AFRICA.
of l.nUr lclorI .in.n.
Havre. July .'.Substantial progress
for the Hehlan troops inMidlng Ger
man Kust Africa is reported in an ol
flclal statement Issued by the Helslan
War Ottlce to-day. The statement says.
Gen. Tombeur cablet, that the Utl
Klun troops have continued their prog
ress nil along the front, closely press
Ing the retreating enemy on thu Ka
gera niver Molltor's brigade met
with only sllshl resistance and aftei
crossing the t.xcr purunl the enemy
eastward and otcupicl Hlaramulo on
One day's murcli cast of Hlaramulo
the advanced corpr. of the brigade at
tacked a party of the enimy who ap
proached from Kelndschlma. The
enemy was beaten and letreated pre
cipitately Our troops took some
prisoners and a convoy
In the region east of Lake Tati
gunylkn our f,.t,-eH captured .i ttore
house tilled with provisions, arms and
munitions The enemy, threatened
by colu'. ns of Oletn'a luigailc, re
fused battle and abandoned their po
sltion at Klteoo, which we occupied
on June 16. The pursuit continues.
Btaramulo. known as Jnnruwunro, Is
an Important caitre of roads In the re-
glon soutnwest or i.;iko victoria yanzn.
Kelndschlma Is on the right bank of the
TELLS OF ANTWERP SIEGE.
Belgian Woman Arrives Here
Join Iter Husband.
as shown when the ' capt. Kreamer. who Is S years old. 1 cent. In tho existing law and from 1 to ,1 .., ,.ni.t have t,i ' amp opened, the mombcrs have diopped , .,,. ,.. h W11H nlr.iv,.,i M en. : nlo''l ilocsn I know Its name It liaMi t
later In the day to i,.,. ..rveit thlrtv-twn venr In the nnn.t . 10 ner cent. In the tiendlmr bill, bavo L i. . , .. e. ... i.. tin' T off tralnlnir. ami now stl It the ......V 1
An echo of the Herman oceupitlon of tl!H holidays without notifying any
Antwerp was brought In esteu,iv bv one' slly Ba'(l'
Mrs. Kmlle vun Hoieu, w.fe of glass. ' Hooth Is dew nb.-d as li.iMni;
cutter living at College Point Invalided I dark brown hair and eyes, r ither slen
ufter service w.th t:ic Helvlan armv tier, nbout i teel J Inches tall, and
Jimmy, the youngest of her three tlii'l-
dren. who came with her. Is a war baby.
i ik i
his father had become a soldier
Mrs. van Hoten lived In the outskirts
of Antwerp and hid In a cellar during
the bombardment. When she and her
children tried to get out they found the
cellar door blocked with wreckage and
got to the btreet by dropping trom a
second story window. Later she rented a
house In the city and thu Hermans, camu
and made nn army rcstauiant of her
home. She said the Heimans drank much
beer, but were kind to her and the
TENNANT MAY JOIN CABINET.
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Mndon Pollers Predlrl He Will
Snroeeil Karl of elborn".
London. July .1 -( Mondavi. Tli
papers predict thit Harold I
Parllan er tHrv I'mler Seer. -
wan'w Z toT,:.:
, Far! of s;,.!,,.,.,.., . ., .1,1,.,,.
Lr.fif A-He.iV.?, L 1",H,,t"
of the Boaid of Agriculture.
The Kail of Silborne resiginil from
tho Cabinet b. cause ot the ailmiiilsti'i--tlon's
Irlth po.lcy. The appointment ot
Mr. Tenndnt to succeed him, If madu,
will be In line with the piedlcled trans
fer of Lloyd Ueorgu to tho Ministry of
War In nucccsslon to Lord Kltchuier.
BABY PUZZLES WHOLE TOWN.
Abandoned Infant I'lnnlly Taken
to llo.pltnl nt .'Innlclnlr.
MONTCI.AIR. .V J, July , SU-
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uwo ..icjiinuH tii ner noino in ijaiuwcii
il-sJiy a handtomo oung uoman was
Jlftaily taken to Mountainside Hospital
after the whole town of Caldwell had
puxzled for hours what to do with II
The young womin who left thu baby
aed ut Miss Mcfjlnni.'s homo fir n
drink of water Nothing Miss .Mcllln
nls's Interest In the baby bhn carrb d, she
asked If hho tnlgl'.t leavo It whlli. se
went to a diug eture. She did not re
turn, ln the absence nf Mayor Cook all
klnde of plans for caring for the baby
were discussed, and finally It wjh de
rided to take It to the hospital,
OOP SHOT WITH HIS OWH QUIT.
Drfenda Trro Women From Ineolte
and I Wounded In Fight.
Patrolman Kdward Sehmlt' of the Eaet
Flftv-ftrst street station was phot twice
with his own revolver In r'lfty-elghth
street nenr Second acnue early yester-I
day wtien defending two women lie wan
ei-cortlng home. me wounns were re
celved In n struggle with Francis Dugan,
21 years old, no home, and Frank Cos
tello. 22 ears old, of 272 Crescent street,
Iconic Island City, who Insulted Schtnltt's
companions. Schmltt, who Is In Flower
ltn.nll.il U'lll tpfm'.r
The policeman, who was off duty, wm1
In citizen's clothes. Dugan and Costello, ,
iccordlng to the story told the police, I
IlltlllU UIlCll.l.O IClliainn aitu ....l v V"
tempted to u rcit them. They Inline
llatc.ly attacked him, mid ln the struggle
,v.i.h r,.iwrf aehmltPn revolver m.
which followed Simla's, revolver wax
twice dlchar-d woundlnR him In th
ngni nano anu nBm nip. .
The noise Drougni nciing J"lf"" 1
n.nihA nt.Mi..j n.iHt. nni4 rfrnl.
Dromerhof, Detective Peadle and Patrol-
riwumiu.. "ti"i .awm-
man Maioney to tne spot, aim Hcnmurs
assailants were arrested.
They were hctd In II, GOO ball each by
Maslstratc Darlow In Yorkvllle court.
Miss Agnea ftoberts and .diss Anna
Trader of 34S Kast Flfty-elghth street,
the women who were with Schmltt, made .
VKTEWATI T.TFE SAVER UT,.TTRT.S.
CmjiI. PnlrlcU Krmiirr Quits With '
Hewrd at sny llrieets,
llrttroBT, I.. I , July 2. Capt. Patrick '
Henry Kreamer, who has been keeper
KUar, ntid has rescues to his credit from ,
hu.m. ...... (...a ij u.n vi.-uii ii'jiii ,
many wrecks. In his first wreck, tha 1
t ih .tenmshln Wiscon.m r.r .h ,
,;ulon Line, he rescued a daughter of
K-ntor L'nlhoun. He refused me.toi
ft,r tt0r, ln tI,e Cromwell wreck In 1304
for whch 0ov, 0,lcll iccnrate, tw0 t
c.,t Krcamer's men. Capt. Kreamer
b miirrled but has no children,
pT RABBIT RESCUED
FROM BROADWAY CATS
Bunny, Who Stayed Out All
Xipht, Is Discovered Ly a
A detective found 11 rabbit sitting up
In llroadway at dawn yesterday sere
naded by a circle of cits
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l.olans starr made the discover', lie
Was wnlktii; tm Itro.-itlwiiv at hre.lt of
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College bos'' he said to blmeelf. but
when he reached a point midway be
tween Thirtieth and Thirty-first streets 1
he perceived that a dozen cats were
holding lyric converse In the middle of
the stre. t. He went closer and fjumt
n big blond rabbit In the centre of the
ring. i nen ne snappeii nis ntmers tne
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0f Cruelty to Animal,
WOMAN RUN DOWN BY COP.
Mini llnrt In Anolhrr M..torc cle
vi me cuniii kubiu oiu.iun nere unco , wiui raw icviaiuu 01 1110 prceeiu iici llroadway for etil stme.tit. Most or tho """ ' " ' , . ' " , 1'lrst avenue at Korty-lti rd stleet. Wes- "ro tably rnl. Ttonspv cmi llHmn tno
enthusiasts coup'ed 1 igS. retired to-day because of i.hval.-nl Criticism Is made that the increase In ...v... . .... . L . .,,. I'rom the fact that It has rain.;! ritirlnffi . . M. ,' ... ... , ,,,., n, 1
Premier with disability the surtaxes, which run from 1 to C per r ' u'k . .V'V.r,':'' '..;. H10 Krcat-r part of the tl..,. mi... tli, "wt w , io V .ml cnuPr' "r- J'mn"rH- 11
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eclilent In .Nrnnrk.
N'nwAiiK, July S Anna MiMhiiu. o
j years old. of TI5 HunlerdoH street, was
i struck when In the sttiet to-d iy by a
motorcycle ridden by William Ch.adwlck.
piuk ,,0.,cematli ,,r ,ofl Xrg wail frnc.
John nvrle, 31, of i'lM Avon avenue,
operating a motorcycle with a sale car
attached, in which was Miss Madalene
Fischer. 17, of 1:75 Waverly avenue, ran
Into an automobile driven by William
Franks of 91' Tteacy avenue. In Clinton
avenue. OverVs right leg was frac
tured. Miss Kl.-cb r and Krai.ks es
JnnifH Hanks, sr., of 100 South Four
teenth street, tiding a blcyeli, was
struck by ,i Jlttvy npcint.il by Alt x
Hiider Soperstein Ills shoulibr and
hand were Injured.
GIRL VISITOR DISAPPEARS.
Police Asked to 1'lod .XI Is. Mildred
llonlll of Ilemrp.
The pil.ee have be. n ask.d to find
.Mildred Houth. the si ' nteeti-year-olu
ward nf Ci.irles rienrilson Hol, a law-'
cr of Denvei, i'ol., who dlsai pean d 1
on Saturday fiom tlm houie uf fitetidsl
III this CltJ. The police refuse to give
the namo nf the frlendd whom she wa.s
visiting. They tald a request had been
tnado to avoid jiubtlclty.
Tlie nearest relative of the girl In the
city is Mrs. Frances L. Oarlaml, living
at tne sow uranu Hotel, llroadway and
j Thirty-first street. Mrs. Garland last
night said that she did not report the
disappearance to the police, but de
clined lo say who had. Sho Is not
ttrtaln that tho girl Is lost.
?.,ldred has been to New Vork before
I und Ins many friends here, and It may
be that she wont with tome of then for
! welshlni; 111 pound'. SbH wore nt th ,
' tlm. of her dls arae a black and
PEACE SERMON TO SOLDIERS.
Chaplain Cadinnii Preiu lies In XI em
bers of lllr T.enlj -third.
The paradox of preaching "Peace'' to
soldiers about to gn to war was pre.
senteil yesterday morning by tho He
l)r H. I'arl.th t aduiati. pastor of thu
Central i,V ngregatlon.il church of Hrnok
Hn and chaplain "1 Lie Twenty-third
ileglmeut Wearing I ' llild uniform
and Mie.aklng from a Hag draped pulpit
Pr riiilmaii ilelUercil his message to
i 3"" members of the regiment mid fully
j y(lu clNtllaim.
The text, taken fiom Hie fourteen
I r""'"e' u,.fu J lnrm Vm" " !te
r'r''' to ,h" l"-'1,c' I1r"'"'"'1 ''V C-IulM
"'' -iCU 1 ""vu wUI' -""' ,'"t !,0,
jour heart, be troubled, neither let It
afraid." This peace, t'r. Cndinan
hkeiitd to a spiritual Vetdim which no
umiv of the alien can mcrcomc'
Vfter church the. men leturned to the
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uiuiory at ij."iioiii mm ..uaiiiic uveinics
wlierc uiUJlerlng in w.ia i!iumed Onln-j.
to ileratt for HrownsvUb. are nionun-
tartly expected, ns muster was the prln-
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cin.ll cau-u ui u,w. tn.:ii i ero iwn,
services for the Twenty-thlrd yesterday. 1
thu Catholic members attending mass nt I
tho llev Father Hellord's Church of the 1
STRIKE IN TUNNEL TO-DAY.
A hunt Ift.nno l.miushnrenirn nnil
Tunnel Wnrliers Will Unit.
Otllelals of thu l.".Bsh-remen'a union
und of the steam engineers' union an.
nounccd last night that LI.OUO long
shoremen and subway workers would go
on atrlkn to-day to asslfct tho cause ot
the striking hoisting engineers.
Their estimate was that 8.000 long
shoremen and 7.00U engineers, brick
layrrs and laborers In the Kast I liver
tunnels fc.nl In the new subways would
idly themrlves with the strike because
the Iron, eteel ami other materials, which
were formerly handled by the iti iking
engineers, li now handled by strike
FOR REVENUE BILL
Democratic LeaUCrH DeflUfC,
However, Many House Re
publicans Will Support It.
IMfEIUCT EARLY TASSAUE
"ashimjtow, Juiy . ueinncrauc
ldrs declare that many Itepubllcat.
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members of the House will support the
Administration revenue bill that wan In-1
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rih.it nn Thtir.diiv
debate on Thursday
v,. i ..u. nun, ,
This la conceded by Republican lead-'
!ers, who complain over the action of tho
democratic .eauers in steauiiR tneir ro
tccllon thunder. Tho Democratic rev-
enu, uil Contains three dlstlnctUe pro-
tectlvo features, namely a provision I111-
PoslnK high customs duties on flntthed
uycsiuiis. an autl-uumpinK clause oe-
slened to keep out forelKn kooJs In tlmen
of intensive riroduetlon Hbrn.n! and u
chapter piovldliu? for the creation of 11
r.on partlan tariff commission.
T,.r. ,, ,.,,, ,,., .nr n
o.vats asalnst the Income tax rectlon of
the propoecd law. This provides for 11
been placed at too hlBh n tliiure.
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The Democratic Kaclcra reply that ns
the Minuses will hit eomnaratlvelv feu.
"satisfaction on this account cannot
! do much damage In a nolltlcal wav Tho
leaders are also n little concerned over The boys are living ln conical wnll to-til;ht oiiier hundreds are luavliiK.
the Increase In the normal rate, which tents, nine or ten bos to a tetit, over ' Tlnre-wtrn many presentations to the
Is tlxed at 2 per cent. Instead of I per the hill beyond the regular army bar- , oiricers of the regular army who had
ctnt , hs the present law. However, racks, and they are In honor bound not been the Instructors of the different com
they argue that with the adoption of a t0 trespass. There are only fort -eight ' Panics during the month, .pcechm.iklng
big national defense progrannre they tents, not enouifh to go around, and the 1 and cheering w.in the order on the corn
bad to ralso money In Mime way and leftovers ate sleeping In' the mes hall. ' pnny streets for fully an hour after
that the Income tax presented the mort a moMiulto tutting waited enclosure i camp was reached. The following pres-
eincieiu HKency 10 ailfim line run, 1
Doubt Is expressed by many experts
that the bill, operating ns a law, will
yield the $250,000,1)00 estimated by the wi,0 m from I'.mruna on a furlough bridle; I.leut. tt. A. Kverett, silver clgn
Democratlc members of the Ways and t0 hcome chief Instructor of the Kiys. I retto case.
Means Committee. It Is conceded that
the Income tax will produce the addl-
upon to turn Into the Treasury. The law
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Is a known quantity and receipts from
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certainty owing to the (lovernmetit's ex-
ir p.n n. -uTi.tniT.i u im binn. i.vrcn til
perlence with It In tl.e past three years.
Tlic same la truu or the tenures "i '
tlie existing war revenue emergency act
ihut th. I.IH hrnrtA.. tit reelinct and
winch are expected to produce im.ouu.-
ona a vear in the future as they have In
ul(, ,apli .
exf,e(, j:0inPo ,ooO the 'tlr-t year, with a i
probability that returns from this sour." I
ma seldom eM-eed that amount In any i
twelve months period. !
Ibmse leaders and Administration ..f-
flcials arc coiitldeiit that the revenue lull
I will be passed by next Saturday night
! Just how much time wui ; vinsuiiieu
by the measure In the Senate Is a mat-
; ter or anxious fpcciii.iuun. in.- i,.-,,u,..
il-'atis o; iiuii ooiiy ai" "i" 1 11 11 iw ""."v
a bitter llcht against a nuin-icr oi pro-
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SHARK KILLS JERSEY BATHER.
nencli llusrn Milinnier. n They
nu r.Oll P.iun.l U.n.
I'iiit.Aiit:i.PH .A. July S - 'harles Kpt-
I lug Van Sam was killed by n shark at
Heach Haven, N. J yesteida. accord-
nu .'Oil I'o n nil l'lsli
i, . .t,.. snnna. mnn's father.
A score of person- who witnessed tht
death ttrugglc of my son lit the bicak- i
ers nssrt that the shark was nine feet
long and weighed probably 100 pounds."
said Ur Van , Saul
It was re'xeaied when .h victim's body
was recovered that the shark had fast-
ened Its teeth In the bo' thigh and had
llterallv tori, off the leg. Tl.e lad was
unable to tell about Ills struggle and
died two hours later. Several bathers I
say they saw the dorsal tin of the shark
" it made Its way Into deep water.
VU 1 Q NEiriWnJt APTFR
liiLLiJ ntJlUnOVn I I It
nimirmi t f TirrrT. 1
SHOOllNu A I rTirt;
Crazed Husband Wounds !U
Two Little Children
Flees After Tragedy.
Anton JC.ose of Slpp street and the
Houlevard, West Hohoken, last night
shot and killed Louis Prugato and dan -
gerously wounded his own twelve-year-
old son, Albert, and his ttven-year-old
ilnuchter. Florence. He then esnipd.
Klose went to his home last night
and began finding fault with his wife
becauso she had allowtd their Hlxtecn-
year-old daughter. Pearl, to go to Cone
." ltV;npti to argue 'with her hu
Island with a young man. vwieli aim.
I band ho became Infuriated, belied
revolver, and would 1i.in shut her had
not .heir two younger children thrown
llu nisciws between them. Klose was
so cuiaged that he filed nt the children, '
hitting Albert In the right side. lie
then shot again at his wife, but alined I
wild, and lilt Iho little girl In tho left
Attracted by tho shots, rrugato. who
IImmI In the same house, ran Into he ,
room Without a word Klose tiiriuill
upon him and tired three times. Twu
I ill" I'll ii. n t-iii. i ct i i iiihiuii iit-ju
and tho third passed tlnougli Ills heart,
killing him Instantly. Klnso' then tired
Mire moie at his wile. Missing Ills, aim,
ho turned and lied.
PUTS PEACE ABOVE HONOR.
C.rus ToTrnsend llraily Deiionnces
necrers nt Wilson,
The Ilex. Cjrus Towusend Hrady up
held President Hhiii'h "inimanltv"
policy Ian lilvht ill a sermon at the
. I n.li.iif.tiilence l).li' scrvlcs nl St Xtl.
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'.'bad's Kplscopal Church, Amsterdam
avenue and Nlliety-nlnth btreet.
: " " wni iibiuuib m m men m
1 .i.inb tn tl... fprniM nf ih t'iitt,..l sit-.i.-v "
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he declared, "of peace, law and order.
I have no sympathy for sneerera at Ihosa
In authority at the President when hu
I wvu t!ind fnr hiinnnttv 'l'hm ! i.
liarl of the tradition of this nation, u
part of the Ideal on which lt Is founded
"It Is due to our Chief Magistrate th C
there is any respect left for Intel national
i law. It Is easy to light, but better tn
xnausi nury uit oi nip oni.wy anil ,u-
I i0!lt complete abrogation of national
I honor than to resort to forco when It
can be avoided,"
lirnltli Hoard Secretary Itrtlrra.
Kugen W. Scheffer, a prominent re,s.
dent of Clifton, Staten Island, and sec
retary of the Depattment of Health, Ins
retired on u pension after nunty-oni
venrs service, Mr Scheffer Is a brother
I Iii.Ihw of !r Alvnb II Hotyi forme.
1 Health fifllcer of tho Port. During Mr
Hcheffer's entire service with (ho city
It Is said ha baa inner taken an annua!
iiiut-i in iiiiiii.i.nii i.ii iiiuii.113 vuun.-i. nirfc iiu an,, v.nvi , uv... .j. . . waui., . ,..,r.l I ., t t,i th l.ntlr. Morris '.n.l In m . . . , V .. .
ISO.OOO.OOO as claimed in view of the 6UbJec's. knowledge of which goes f watrh ; Lieut M. C Wlso, wtlst watch. . iVv.rs .,1 1 ,,1P '""lv lu''""'r;' fr'"" t1l,r,',
prospective decline In Huropean orders make a nrst class soldier. Supper will Cash presmts were made lo the regular I , ,f; ...V" In. 'as in ill.un-t.r fio-n ,'mh to
is regarded as problematical loubt M sered at f, so , .-lock, and then the - army tion-c-mmlssloned ulllce ra nttache.l j LhtiVii ...1 rn t. si. Y.i: w..iL i .riV-.i i -tr-.-rl.ii? s-ir I he snake will -ni.ilii
also s ent. rtalned that a tax nn In- l.y, ,u l,e permitted to do pretty' to this compans fj1" "of frari re .be sn tie llnllated for some time then or until It
heiit.inces will yield ir.o.OnO.OOO a year much as they p: ase until taps at n Cmnpanj Lieut. D. A. Nolan, sliver " 7, ,a.;vrE,, i..- t 'lchr" " islon th it enough Is e.iougn.
in fact experts say that this featur- 0v..K-k. it is planned to h.n e Illustrated 1(lVlng cup. f' ' r,r K"-..t " a Am el 'n" U " "AT W "f'
nf the nroiiised law will produce not to "talks and motion pictures In the .veiling Comismv II Plrrt Lieut. J. V. Ware. 1 . . . .' ....... - a ,!u, mss and g. iieral hull.ibaliH. of an auto-
BUT ONE OF 500 BOY
Lads at Fort Hamilton Enjoy
Training und Eat Enough
for a Regiment.
SIX liAA'T) IN GUARD HOUSE
... - A. . , -
-"-i'i p oi ui" "y "
J,'1",!0,,"" V''!?1. rV ' .''l''.0' Jl.TlVinn
the .National School Lamp Association
, nTrt llarrlltf.n on Sarday enjov,
playing at "eM soldiering yesterday. T
on. vnumhter turned deserter and went
to his home In Urooklvn Me vu led
l" 1,18 nomo in uruosiii. iir
back i.v hl father
but he couldn't
control his tears and
control ins tears and ine cunp muttf.
permitted him to gv. Nobody blamed
the camp oHlcers
1.1... iL. i.'. i ,
"'Vrhrid of the cnin originated with '
1 ,,B 7nXt0c. Pnd Fr" "
2nn both of Manhattan altit the time
the I'lattsburc'eamD cot 'under way Mr.
ina talked over the plan' with (Jen
u,,,,r.1 rnA u-hn jld It wn a. rood
.1 1. ..
iw.ven't forgotten they were Imvs' once.
u. ,heir ,.nds In their pockets tn
"l . lne.'.r nnV.
' ",,.,1 li .Xntt nvi to i.nrdv to the
project and then a call was
National School Camp Association at t
twn weeks altnoucn He could Slav lor
tho entl.n twol ln(mth9 the ca.xp 'lc In
..?.. ' 1. ..!.:..,. .' '..1..
-Mnc or Irn nne in rt rent.
The eamti Is In rh.iri.-,. of Serrt John
Tiachek of the Twentv.nlnth Infantry. 1
ne , assisted by other ngul ir arm
i ne uoys are scnciu.o, I'liiiinns v"
a-,,-, tn ..'rise fi nVtnek In the morn-1
g. After cleaning up tlielr ten's and ;
... .1 I.... .1.1..... .1. .....i .... . ., ,
lllllltia 111 Kltrj t. ,,, f,.. .V. .J. ...-
f:,,.. Thev will start tn drill about
y.ni nll( wlliVeep tl up. barring inter-
vals for rest, until l" :m o'clock, when
tnf.y wtn ,av illunci. t'ntll t.3" ,
.. rtlrtl l,a.A .. I 1... ilm n.i.'tl.. ...ill I
ith baseliall and other sports Hear to
.hi. heart of th.. small bov.
. .1 .. ..... . .V. ... . -1
1711 riTia.ll iiaj.- nii'n; hiii u ..-toiir-
Yesterday wasn't a day of rest i ,
any means for th- young American-
who were Just liuhMlng over Willi en-
thu.lasm Sergl. Hill Hums of the'
i::'d Coa-t Artillery Corps had the time j
of hi- life In rouMllt g. them up (or
calesthenlo exercises and e. setting up
I. ails It it Id Ice Oram IVsnim.
x ,itfr homo of th( mor(, ,,.irlnI. ,10k
in use a rani on an Ice cream wagon tun
was drlM"i Into the camp to replenish
'he canteen. Certain little Irregular tie-
'atided three jour.g soldi-rs in the iruapl
house b.foro noon In tho afternoon
t.i.-e was a grand rusti r.r III- l;7,t1t1;
un" most nf tbe bovs sued tneir
j .Many got Into the water without don -
, iilng ''hlns suits, and the army men
had dllllcully In rounding them up so
Hint they could be sultali.y rind for taeir
nbinee. This Irreimlarltv sent three
m. . . i i . ... , ,
.plunge. nils irregularity sent tnre
iw- to h guard house,
Concerning the midday meal hergt. Hill
"Those kids get feM that would knock
your eye out: chicken and everything
that goes with It. Two army conks are
doing the work and they are turning out
enoug , for a full shed "Biment All
the 1. ds had to do was jo thovel In.
and they sure did shovel '
The camp has a hospital ten with two
doctors In attendance The only call for
tholr services yesterday was to apply
lotions for sunburns.
It Is expected that Oen. Wood and
his staff and Col. Roosevelt will visit
tho cam, POon. The boys are counting
on their coming, and they have promised
their officers that they will do some
liaill Y'lK III Ul'iri 1, 'lluY nu irn
soldiers should act.
A WEATHER DITTY.
What a rity Tlirre'e JTo "Head"
nooro to He AVIttyt
Coolly clothed In light apparel, Jet us
sing a breezy carol for a perfect day In
summer. Could we get a better from
her thiin h, Kn f t, mighty borough
1 yestetd.iy ; the Job was thorough All
' around us thundershowers damped th
, ' ' L"'.u'n' S
Kr.ices were displayed for :.'ew York
city: hence the Illness of this ditty.
l-K-hty-one up In tho toner marked the
u wev ,,,SCli 0u, )n chcaR0 lt
wus hot n S.intb :o Down In dmtj
, old Missouri It was simply hot as lur)
niw tin- u'n "i cuoung juicps, iri,gaunK
nior :nan lew ups i meaning ir.ereoy
old Kentucky 1 a,-o w.ii, not In the lucky
run or states that were not tropic
Weither was tho only topic In the city
of SI. Louis, where their pride, a 'certain
What Is till" we hear a brewing? In
tlm West there's something doing. Close
upon the midnight hour comex a savage
thundcrshnwer, f pilling lfihtnlng o'er the
c'i Cuesx we'll ia to close this
GREEKS FIND U. S, FLAG BEST.
Paint Hack Kflacrd Colors nn
Schooner They lloaght.
Capt. Johan ltlom, American skipper
of Norwegian birth, who arrived ester
day from Naples by the Klcula Ameri
cana liner San Ciugllelmo, brought along
ecn men 1mm nlm .st etcrywherc. In
cluding two Sail Hlas Indians, who
helped him to take the American four
ni.ialcd schooner Marguerite to Naples,
wheie she was turned nur to her Orcck
The .Marguerite Is the only Yankee
. ., .. . : , ,
M'rscl that cer made .1 lightning llag
. balige. She ni rlved at Naples w llli the
j..... ......... .....r cm.-.s,
. Thu Llicek nwmid blotted out the em.
- - - - - - - - - ---- ---
"Icm with tho Lreek ll.ig. Just then
i came tlm news that the Allien were
1 ' adlng i.reclt porle ugalnst Greek
Misels. and tho lilgti painters not busy
again and put tho American flag back,
"ho then proceeded and got through.
PEARY OUT OF SENATE RACE.
,.. ..,lrl,l Decide. Vol tn Keek
.oiulnntlnn In Vermont.
1'oiiTi.ANn. Me.. July 2, Renr Admiral
Itobert 1". l'eary untiounced to-night his
withdrawal from tlm Republican Sena
A short limn ago, he said, he would
have been willing to be a candidate to till
nut the unexpired term of the lato Kdwln
c Huiielgb. To-night ln expressed the.
bll.f thst It would b unwise for him to
enter the political field without training,
He requested his friends to desist from
circulating any petitions for hla nomina
tion at Hie primary.
THIRD CAMP ENDS
Training Regiment Lost Only
Few Sweaters of Govern
MANY PRESENTS MADE
!'t.AT-rBtJM, N. T., July 2. The camp
of military Instruction of the Third
training re.men, la now a thin, of the '
past, the last members of the rcirlment
having turned over to the repreaenta-
live of tho 'War Department late this
anernoon ine uovernnieni property
...188.8.131.52 - j . ,i u., it,. ,,,lnc- Hi.
"llr, ,en in . S u.S
period of the camp. hen all had been
checked. It was found that none of tho
,,r,I,y rln" af mlssln?' nul ,lm "?mV
H oW drab army sweiters had .
be. n lost during the "hike.1 The loseM
ro "Pon to settle with the
The camp which the men had occupied
"'e'" was broken at 7 o'doel. this
tnornltiu and the tr.iltilm; reslinent, j
headed bv the Coast Artll erv Band.
""Ci Ti.ro , ,i .tr
niarched through tho .treets. of this city
"" hour !;'u'r ''Pl,u " nrlixllitB rain. 1
" . -..- .. -
co'np"'! several sonira with this play
on the word.
Hundreds of the men b ft here on
special trains during the forenoon, and
vnidiiuns were indue
Company A To dpt. O. 1 IUltzell.
Plftli Infantry. Kren.-h nn y w
Cointony U c apt. A H. aldron, ,
Twenty-ninth Infantry, tlraphle cam-
iVr.pany t' Klrat Lieut K. H. Kill",
wrist watch; Lieut. K. tS. llr.idford. rid-
Company T Plrst Lieut. J. A. Atkins,
Held glass.-; j-irst Lieut. s, .1. .suther-
laini, wrist waicn; l.ieut. r. i.-. ivaiiocu.
C,imhoii I! dint ft. C M. funnies.
traw.img nag; i.uut. a. hiiiwen.
... .-.. i . it t, I
t.uui.i nj i n i.k-i.l. o. i. ii.-c, i
Company I Capt J. It. Kelly, sleeping
Company K Plr-t Lieut. II. Hunner,
Wiitch and chain.
Company I-Hrst Lieut. II. A
Lamed, Held glasses ; Lieut. Loebacb.
wrUu watcii; Lieut. T. .!. Hayes, silver
Company M Copt. O. H. V.'hlte,
mum, i.inn, ... . inn, in
( l.lnrr Xeir YorU 7rrntri Cn llnnt.
The rU of ,hr American liner
.vew York. In yesterdaj. died on the
' st., nmj ,Ay out from Liverpool and w;.s
bun"! at si.i with tour or lur Kittens.
, M', ..ether' about -SO kilters, many at-
i w nm, rJt,00rt, have opened the'.r eyes
, boarJ the scw ynrk. thus making her
i Krr.,,,.Ft cat boat afloat.
I h1,' . -
CHAH. M. nCIIWAll. Ohlrnn.n
V.t.'OKNi: O. UKACK, President
NO BEES, BUT ALL ARE STUNG.
Ilnntlna-s Una Myeterr Vanlehln
Hire In Park.
IIahtinos, N. V July 2. Principal It,
L. Ilretsch of Public Bchool in, Man.
hatt.ih, who Uvea hee, feels badly stung.
He illd not get tho hive of bees that
friends here utmost gave him, Capt l'at
Costello and his bluecoats of lite Hast
ings constab-pollce force nleo feel
stung. They have been trying to catch
Mr. llrctsch's friends, after promising I
to give him the bees ho has longed for, I
bought a brand new hive to put them In.
Then, being- thrifty, they put the hive
In Mnhegan Park, where bees swarm, !
thinking to catch In It h strny swarm
for Mr. Ilretsch.
Karly this morning, while the dew was
yet on tho grass, Principal Ilretsch went
1)Uro 0UtnneJ u,n dewy Brass
were footprints, rather deep, n of a
man carrying something heavr. llko a
Trl. . Mr ,.,, mi,,, ,h. Mnrv
,T B" r- "reiacii miBiu, inn raj
would net around, and Hnatlnirs Is ubuxa
,,,-.i i,i i,i,in.
,,1 c nst. ih ollc e f o rce, an every le
town In tmrtr nrw!II.Vnc"
,ow" """" ""tinnc
KILLED BY STOLEN AUTO.
'"' tHP t Crnsslim I'uri,, yesterday thai joj could search
tietectlves of the Second brancli are
m but far lias been nn
'hreh struck and killed lcderlck .s.
.,,,.(,1 Bht H!) , wn!l crorsli.c
Wrst Korty-blxth strett and John Hack-
el' of 5'" Kast Thirty-second Mret. I
who Haw tho accident, tho New York!
lariw' uiiiutwr mi tin. c.ir w.ik 11.14m',. i
Tim imllivi say that this W the tuinUier
or tho m.ichllio owned by Janus M. Hell
tl I& West niglity-thlrd alreet. (Her
the phone last lllght Mr. Hell udmltted
that tlii number was the titimtwr of his,
(,ir. Ho aildeil that bo I1111I no rh.uif-
Mir thai I.ih ,.ir lias l.een Ml,. In
garage nt 117 West Klghty-thlrd stiett
and thai If It was out the driver of It'
mint have stolen it.
ltlu,... ,n.l ll,..V..tl I. .1,1 nr.ll,..
that thero wcrn two women and two men
I:i the car when It btruek Wesseucclil.
The car did not Mop after running down
HELD ON A DEATH CHARGE.
Hoy Whose A nlntronlst In n Qnnrrel
Died Is Arrested.
Ixmls Morrl". 1 . yars oi l, of :2., Du-,
mom acnue. Last .New olk. was ar-
rc.te,! at on..y I-land .tcrd.iy by le.
t.ctives iKiwlIng and Miiler of th Se.!
.1. n.....l. i.... ..r l I..I.1..
'Hill l.t.ll.L,,, l U LIIJI,. IIOIII....,,
( tlon to-day. He presented a pitiable
signt in court ami toi.t tne .Mag strati
that he was sun he was not ri.'i"nsih!i
for the death of the other boy.
IRON OUTPUT BIGGEST YET.
Ceolniili'iil Curves Limits fur n s
i i.iiiii iiiei iiiu iiiii.ui o.in iur rA.iiuina-
Washinotov, July S The country's, Jcanette Itosenberg. 11 years old. of
linn nrnittletlfin dlirlnp thn tlrsf hntf nfiTTl K.thI lsntb street. The Hronx.
j9K w,,s f), that otllelals of the struck last night at Southern Houlevard
I (Jtological Survey expect the total forland Until Hre. t by an automobile And
j the ear to set a new hlch ie.or.1. .taken to Fordham Hospital In the car
' A statement Issued by the buio.iu tn-iutih .a fractured skull. Misses Klua-
nrai prcuicieu mat nm mupiu (, tne
' Lake Superior dlsrict would be clo-o to
iin.00A.nOu gross tons, and that of the
Hlrmtngram nnd other districts alsiut
ln.000.000 gross tons.
Aren't the People Entitled
to Know All the Facts?
The House of Representatives in appropriating $11,UOU,000 to build a Govern
ment armor plant, voted down a proposal that books be kept so the public could
know exactly how much Government -made armor will cost,.
Advocates of a Government plant expect to ,ucL armor cheaper. Why then refuse
to look facts in the face?
We can and will make armor tor the Government
cheaper than it can do it for itself and we want
to prove it.
If our offer to do so Is to be rejected, aren't the people entitled
to know exactly what the Government-made product costs?
That question is now before the Senate of the United States.
TALENTED SNAKE IS
LATEST ZOO PUZZLE
It Can Do Grapevine Twists
and Also Can Wow
IK FROM SOUTH AMERICA
Keeper Charley Snyder of the anake
bouse up at tho Uronx Park aoo tot a
of crossing the hoop snake with the
puff adder und thereby turning; out a
constant Kupply of llvlni tires for au
tomobiles. For the first time ,n the erjcr!eni;o
L n,. nni.i -n .i.-. ,r..r. f
,"u n,l hni. nr navmnnd
"ronx I ark reptile house Dr. namond
DltinarK. a snak.. came to the park ye.
terday which can blow Itself up like
a Wall Street bull marK't. As for tho
. kind nf snake It Is. Curator Dltmars
111m. 110 Hits Hearenrn weiKniy pooin
, niul the make Itnelr fn.' evidences of
snake was sent to the zoo by
patty of naturalists now In South
Arm-riiM luoklng up spcclnicnsi for tho
zoological society. It Is about four feet
i"tig and normally 110' fatter than a
lilootii handle. Altogether It Is a good
looking snake u PulelirltuJo goes among
.snaltei". Iwlns a glistening black with
bright cllov rings circling Its length.
Hut in nildltlun to uritig ny naiure a
"eat alio noouy uresscr uu new rim no
' l.i.u tiiii.tltl,. Hint m:ilt,. It 11 Ihix off I
favorite. l',.r li.-n It comes to Knowing
,,rr " t :tl-lv gifted.
I'l" II1M1III' Hill SlgTllfevr Slop 111
fr ' its glass li ue It tlrst senilis
to b'como nbsesseii with the notion that
it Is ntiotlipr Charlotte of the Hippo
drome Ire ballet and begins to throw It
self Into gianevlne twists, llgure eights
and capital S'h. There were hopes.
tnda mat It could alo write its name
wlt, Itse'.f, but tblH feat 'eemeil be
When It takes .i deep breath or some
thing, lumevir, 's t!i time that ltsgre.it
......,,.! ....I .1i..m4,.,iI i.lft. tirn .r.sltli.vi.tl
. thMr ,,p 0,. moment tho crowd
v,...,d,, .,w ,t Mli,Kv at. Inch or less
; tl ..,,.,'( or and the m xt mrnviit it was
I " '" I t"
Pr. Iitmar could lot say yesterday
whether or not the snake is poisonous.
1 . , . w iy be li..il of finding out was
to let Hi" hi al;- bit.- hl:n ; lln.n If he died
be would know that, sine enoiich. It
I wa II l"',mltOUS snake. Hut up to tho
I closing hour jesurrtay he had not mide
tiln Prn.tnres f.lrPs siUnii.
netii anil r-aiiy iuuy or n.a j.niigieunw
In venue. Tin-' ltron.x. who were In the
I nutomoblle, were not held. The car Is
owned by Ma-tln Tully. their brother,
secretary of the Tully Ilealty Company.
, i imir T...-I or kii:lk.. iiiti in eu
SCENES OF REVOLT
Election Promises Cau.se Con.
victs to Rebel 20(1
STRIKES CAUSE TROUBLE
Corrttpoiulnief 0 Anocitttnt Frtu
Huenos Ames, June 6. The rnn
elections, resulting In tho placing of iht
Itadlcal party In power for the first tlm.
In the history of the republic, havs
a somewhat disquieting effect upon tl,.
country. During the campaign them
were so many rumors of revolution It,
certain provinces that as a iuittr ef
precaution all rifles and munltles,
served oirt to the varies Koderal rsnt"
were, withdrawn, und although the cam
palgn Is now a matter of history th.
Hltuatlon Is still such that the rifle nr.tr
remain closed without any Indicate
aa to when they will be reopened
The most serious troubles at preis-i
however, are those with the prlsontr.
In vkrlous Federal and proMnclal Inv.l
tuttons, among whom there had c'rtu
l.ited a rumor that If tho Radicals wo,
the election great numbera of prisoner
would be released, .Since the c)ectloi
however. It has been f,ern that no sji
wholesale amnesty lh to be expei -tr, tn
thero are now several upr sings wit
which the authorities have to dral 1
tho national territory of Neuquen !
prisoners recently rose In a body, nv
powered tlm warder, seized rlils
uinmunltlou and made good their ean
A number of thu nioro resolute prisoner
then formed under tlm lendert nip of
Hoer settler, 11 vetttnn jf the ?rlii
African campaign, and made for fieh "
frontlet butwuen the Argeiiliin- Mtdt'hii.
'?ll armed with Mauser rules, this bur,
i:ls i,et.n intimidating and tobblng i
the persons along Its route Tl.e fun
tlve.s mo still being purMi"d
In Cordoba province lb" pr :-oner. j'-
t-ii.li... I ,l,.,l. .... ..U ui.a.i .1... .... 1.,,
, rifles and ammunition and ki up a ft
I of commutie within tho prison n.i
prison was nurioutineii ny a uu,
inent of Kederal Infantry and Hie nU'
hi slego l.s Mill nu .nttvioed Ss
tbouell less set loii.s trDilli'j, has occur'
at the prisons III S uita b'e prosn-e
Labor troubles constitute .mother du
turhliig factor. The municipal s,
Kern ln the capital have been on it.
.and the streets of the city are Jn?t r.
covering from ten dajs of iilisol-e ill
order. The men alleged a Just,!) am
tor their strike tltt they did not
their waves on th" dates due a' ,1 th,
they were subject to many dcd-i t, n.
tho way of tines f()r trivial i ir.lH.-ne-As
i.joii as these dilllcultis were
Justed the chaultvtir.s ilcclared n k
and they have .since been Jomd y i
I'lilmiwi, ntlr trader ate mak ng'rom
mull cause with thu str.kets a' d t
feared that further trouble may t i
rtore. Tho recent 'P-ITcliil ann un -enie- ..
the result of the last census. Uuis, s
l'Jlt, prematurely made by i .
erect" member of the cel. mis c imit t.
has been olllclally conllnned i '
population of the Argentine, w, 1
given us T.si.'.'JJT, Includes no . .- t i
.'.sr.T.'jr,': for-lgners, ninl of the I , Ml
In the city of Hnenos Aytes In - i v for.
clgners. This showing fmu.-. , - , km
for much comment. It being de, ard t' '
although the foreign eemer.t urge1
Italians. Spaniards, Hrltlsb. Kren.h a-
lermans. with contingents frim a'" ,
every part or inn worm is tnon ,p,.;; t
, much of tIlfl 0l,mmene and trade of
.a,,.,,,., v.... i i.i.n... ..i.-- .
tino ,Millilcal affairs
pr. ,i i'2n, th- venerable r"-r
President of the repnb U whose te-
otllce expires In October when the i
c.u, ur. lrlgocn. as. times tbe j
dency. delivered Ills' valedictory to .
j gress on M:iv 3 He Is glxen ored ' r
having had a safe if not brilliant a.;-v-.