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THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1916.
ALL NEW YORK TO
SPLASH THIS WEEK
Borough President's Strips of
Aqueous lUtrh Jinks Mo
PRIZES FOR SWIMMERS
This I" the dtirkiR vhlrh Hor-
otigh President Murks hopes to tunUe
tho Enit Hlrlo nnd Vct Side nnd all the
rest of town Icirti to nwlin even If he
hni to chuck 'ern Into the public bath"
nil hold their hend under, Kor this
la "efli'h week."
If the programme of aqueous high
Jinks laid out by Mr. Murks' Perma
nent tlath Committee runs true to form
then It Isn't Rolne to be fair to wait un
til Saturday tilnht to take n hath. H
Binning at f o'clock thie. very night at
the free munlclvl swimming pool nt
326 nivlnston street a srles of nightly
swimming and diving contests tor men
nd women In the various human laun
dries will bo begun To-morrow after
noon at ! o'rloik a eft of nfternoon
aquatic games for bojs and girls will
tet under way. This will also last mil
iweek, a diving mid swimming contest
for frtrls only at tho Battery Park free
floating bath being the opening feature.
Likely as not Ihe notion of asso
ciating Independence Day with the Idea
of compelling a small boy to take a bath
was too ridiculously paradoxical for the
Permanent Hath Committee. He this a
It may, the fact remains that the com
mittee will not begin to stock the public
baths with small boys until Wednes
day afternoon, when the boys will have
their lnnlnj and wettings In the Kant
Hlver floating l,,ith at tho foot of Hike
street nt : o'clock
At the same hour on Thursday, Fri
day and Saturday afternoon there will
be water contests foi joungntcra of
both cexe at the floating baths at the
foot of Fifth street, Kurt Ninety-sixth
Street anil II.iM 1 :3d street
Resides the Hater sport at the city
unarming pool at .111 HMngton stteet
at i o'clock to-night there will be simi
lar splashlngs at the same hour to
morrow nlsr'it at the ol at til West
Twenty-eighth street, which will In
clude a women's water polo giune, at
Twenty-third treet anil Avenue H
Wednesday nlclit. at the pool at h Hut
fers place Tltutsil.iy night, another
water pol,. game hetweii teams of
women at 112 Vt Sixtieth strfct Fri
day night and a Saturday night omnibus
wash and swim In the pool at 342 Kast
The remanent Hath I'omni.ttee has
sent out punters designating tii-d.v as
public li'-a, th day, to-morrow naturally
Independent e Day, W.dnesday as school
day, Thursday life savers' day. rrld.iy
learn to sw.m day and Siturday reten
tion day '"Sp,,ish ve.-k' has b.n k of
It the laudable desire on the part of the
municipal authorities to stir up an In
terest In swliurlne with the hope of
cutting dow. the number of de.it lis by
drowning, th" st.nlstlrs for last year
ahowlng the startling t'jtal of 15 such
death in the waters surrounding the
SEEKS TO END BUS STRIKE.
Boron ah I're.htent Murks Calls
Conf crrtirr fur To-day.
In order that the sight seeing pro
gramme of the teachers of the National
Education Association may not be Inter
fered with, Borough President Marcus
M. Marks has called a conference for
to-day In an effort to sottle the strike
of the Fifth avenue bus drivers.
Edward Cllyno. business agent of the
Chauffeurs' Tnlon. which Is conducting
the strike, said csterilay thit Mr. Marks
fins the eoiitldence of the MrSkers and Is
acceptable to them a an arbitrator.
The strlkrrs jextetday voted to ie
maln on mnke until arbitration nego
tiations bring about an agreement. The
men. according to illytin. are determined
to Insist on recognition of the union.
A limited number of buses were ope
rated vestcrilay with mechanics,
STRIKERS DRILL FOR PARADE.
Will March With
The strike committee of the cloak
makers announced yesterday that mem
bers of the Cltlien Committee which
hag been aiding them would lend ih
parade of r.O.OOii worker on Thursday,
The strike committee will march wi'.h
the Citizens Committee.
The strikers are being drilled for the
parade In hall all over the city. They
will march In Fifth avenue and other
streets. Them will be four divisions.
Girls will sell flowers about the city on
a "flower day" to aid the workers.
The economists who have espoused tho
strikers' cause In a statement yesterday
said that the manic'icturers weio not
taking Into account articles In the l!l"
protocol which promised prcjere.ne to
union men when help was hired.
PENNA. ASKS FOR LOYALTY.
Rail roa it 1 rites Workers
Votr for Strlkr.
The Pennsylvania Railroad put up
yesterday In Its stations all along the
gyetem a poter urging Its employee 10
vote against a
road'K offer to
strike and accent the
arbitrate all disputed
The poster, printed In black and red.
Is headed "An Appeal by Thl". Kailioul
System to Its Ifi.Oun Men.'' and Is ad
dressed to all employees, as well as the
4fl,0ilfi engSnemen, conductors rliemen
and trainmen who ate now to ballot on
the question whether or not they will
After saying that the representative
of these men have refused arbitration
the poster ask that they vote against
a strike and that other employees use
their Intluepce to prevent one, The
poster urges that uninterrupted serW-o.
be assured the public
SAILBOAT UPSETS WITH SEVEN.
Policemen In l.niini'li rtrarnr lln
Incky Pur IT In Jamaica. Hay,
A sailboat, the Dill and I, owned and
captained by Carl Valentine, 16 yeaia
old, of 512 Euclid avenue, Brooklyn,
capsized yesterday afternoon at 3 :S0 in
Jamaica Bay. Patrolmen Matthews and
Seymour of pollen launch No. fi hur
ried to the aid of Valentine and the six
friends who were silling with him.
The nwu'rs tnnk Ihe party aboard the
police launch, and after towing the fall
boat to a s'liirtb it- and balling her out put
the i-e-wn iiiii nto tbair uwn boat again
and sent them home.
CROWD SEES DOUBLE TRAGEDY.
Jealnns lliislinnd Shoots Wife and
Himself In Itnllrnnd Station,
I.ancastkii, Pa., July 2. Prompted by
Jealousy, Claud Dawnnn of At-yildnn,
N. Y. t-hot his wlfo in the Philadelphia
and Beading railroad station here to-day
In tho presence of a crowd and then
Mrc. Dawson left her husband a year
go and he had tried In vain to Induce
her to mum
FIVE IN MOTOMOAT SAVED.
Mnnhnttnn nenrh Thron Wntchea
Itrarnr Made hy a Steamer.
A crowd at Manhattan Poach saw a
motorboat containing five persons flying
signals of distress In a choppy sea
f bout three-quarters of n mile oft shore
yesterday afternoon. Somebody noti
fied William Naumer. manager of the
Manhattan Beach Hatha, that the boat
was In dlfllcultles. and he telephoned to
Brooklyn Police Headquarters.
Life fluarda KTnest Welsa and Joseph
Jlaiiley made half n dozen unsuccesstul
uttcmpts to launch n lifeboat, hut had
to give up on account of the heavy sea.
A few minutes later the crowds on the
I each were relieved to sen a steamboat
tun alongside the motorboat and take off
Its crew and passengers. Taking the
motorb i at In tow the steamboat dtrnp
feared In the direction of Itoekawny,
VAUDEVILLE TO HELP BABIES,
Per for inn lice tn He tllvrn This
Afternoon nt Wratlmr,.
For the benefit of the Country Home
for Convalescent Babies at tjea Cliff. I..
I . a vaudeville entertainment by
amateur and professional entertainers
will be given this afternoon at the houee
of Mr. nnd Mrs. ft) win I), Morgan nt
Westbut v. I.. I
Tickets at S5 each may be obtained
from Mtt. Charles Steele In Westbury.
The committee consists of Mrs. Herbert
Hiirrlmau. Miss May Bird, Mrs Stanley
Mortimer, Mrs. Joseph 12 tav!s, Mrs.
Kdwln t Morgan, Mrs. Oenrge Whitney,
Mrs. William Outhrle. Mrs. Herbert
Pratt, Mt. Heekman Wlnthrup nnd Mrs.
William . Ixiew,
MANAIC DIES AFTER FIGHT.
Illtra Two snrgroni anil A Puller
man nnd Thrn Cnllitpsrs.
A man who complained to the police
nt the Vernon avenue station, Brooklyn,
yesterday that the Black Hand was after
him went Insane on the way to St,
John's Hospital, hit two ambulanco sur
geons, a pollreman and the driver, had
to be subdued by three policemen and
lx cltliens and then collapsed and died
In the hospital.
The man said he was Frank f'.uno.
a homeless tailor, 47 years old. prs.
Karl C Knapp and John Waterbury,
summoned to the station In the ambu
lance, were sure he was demented and
otdered him taken to the hospital.
TRENCH DIGGING NOW
IN GARBAGE WAR
Opposer of Richmond Plant
Forces Policemen to Wield
I.at.1 night's bulletin from the Staten
Island garbage plant war told how thirty
policemen under acting Captain Curley
and fifteen armed men tmployrd bj the
contractors were digging themselves out
of I-dkc Island. At last reports they were
digging hard and might be expected to
reach the mainland this moinlng.
lMward C. Ihiyle. who has tried to
take the Island b storm to ptevent the
erection of the garbage disposal plant,
I responslhle for the commencement of
trench warfare, Yesterdaj he went Ith
six men prepared to build a feme around
the whole Island, to which he holds a
deed ('apt Curley cared nothtnc for th
deed and Mr. Doyle ould iit land.
He went, lumevei, to the directors
of the Richmond Brick Co.. on whose
property, also on the Island, the de
fending forces have camped, Mr Doyle
persuaded the director to ordr the de
ciders to evacuate their concentration
camp at once, and to lemove the tent
In which they slept and ate. They also
refused to let the police use the only
road to Staten ltdand, which runs
through their properly There was noth
ing for It but make another road, so
pollomen and contractors' men set to
work ntth pick and fhovel to ill- one
that they might gel to a boarding house
on Staten Island. Mot of the digging
Is In marshy land.
There Is expectation that Supreme
Court Justice Cropscy In Brooklyn will
decide to-day whether or not the gar
bage plant Is to be started,
AMERICANS GET BACK SILVER
t nrrnnn lleliirns Purl of lliiltlnn
clrd lij Troops,
CiiiHi'Aitf City, Mexico, July
Gen. Carranza gave orders to-day for the
relcare of 75 per cent, of the snn.nOO
ounces of silver bullion recently (-clzed
by troops of the do facto Government
from the Alvarado Mining nnd Milling
Company at Parral, a corporation con
trolled hy Americans
Gen. Trevlno transmitted the orders
to Hen. I.uls Herrera, commnndnnt at
Parral. The remainder of the tdlver Is
being held, according to despatches, as
iecurlty for taxes.
The bullion was seized at the time of
the Carrlzal engagement as a necessary
precaution In the event of hostilities
with the United States. It Is believed
that hecaue of the present high price of
silver the company will tuiffer no great
STATE TICKET OF SOCIALISTS.
VlR-rrnon l.ce Picked ns I'andldatr
ALBANY. July 2. Algernon l.ee of
Now York city was chosen as the So
cialist party's candidate for Governor
I at Its State convention here to-day. He
was selected after Motrl Hlllqult of
New York had refused the nomination.
Other candidates chosen wete;
Clr., I l lir. nnfTitln l.leiil.n.
ant Governor' Pauline Newman. N..w'hfl '"J1" ''"' country "Ji" b's
v..i, , ,,r Mini ,,,ri,.i wwin.lbceii the president of a normal school for
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Woods, laing Island. '1 reasurer , S,
Block, N'cw York, Attorney.General .
George M. Warner, Catsklll, State Engi
neer . Joseph E. Cannon, New York,
1'nlted States Senator , 'Ixiuls Boudin,
New York, Chief .lustlre of the Court
ot Appeals, and ftaymond Wilcox, El
mlra, Associate Justice Court of Ap
Mia Vnn Tnssel tn Marry.
Miss Marjorle Van Tassel, ilaugluer
of Mr and Mrs Charles M. Van Tassel,
will be married to Myron Wallace Bar
hour, son of the Bev Dr and Mm, Henry
M, llaibour, at the leMdcnre of her
,-ureiits, at Baldwin Harbor, I,. 1., next
Saturday afternoon, the father of the
bridegroom officiating. Only the immedi
ate fainlllea and a few intltnuto friends
will b present,
NEW JERSEY NOTES.
A mall ttlmul 30 yeurs nld, lielleie.l In
lie ('hurl! .Major, ndilress unknown, w.i
killed by a Lthlzh and Hudson train near
Th" committee In chum of tlie Fourth
ot July celebration st llnckensaele lias
ordered that none but th American colors
Two-year-old Edward Nwtuilak of 14
Cortland street, Newark, rolled out of a
second ntnry window wlill sleeping yee.
terday, fracturing his skull,
V F Curtla of 177 Midland avenue,
Mnntclalr. nd Hire women companion
were overturned In an aillnmohlle. In West
Orange yeaterdsy In colllalon with lb ear
of Hosenn C. Woods of Wrehiiwken Heights.
At Hi'kenack last rilfht moving pic
turea wer exhtnttco; In theatre o fur.
Iher the cmplKn nf MJor H. Wood Mo.
Clsv of CltlTald Park. Republican can.
rlldat for Congress, and William It.
Mackay of llarkensirk, Republican can
didate for Slate Senator.
VISITING EDUCAT0RS1DEETECKTUFF HDNTSI
IN CITY'S PULPITS
Many Deliver Addresses
Churches Services to
BIO RECEPTION TO-NIOHT
New Yolk's churches made special ef
fort" yesterday to Interest tht visiting
teachers of the National Education As
sociation. At St. Patrick's Cathedral, the
Cathedral of 8t John the Divine, Tr'n
Ity Church, Calvary Baptlit Chutch and
the Brick Presbyterian Church there
wert sermons on education. A number of
the visiting educators occupied New
At 81. Patrick's Cnthidral 400 teach
ers occupied seats on the middle aisle, aa
the guests of tho Association of Catholic
Teachers of New York, The Kev. Dr.
John D, McCarthy preaclud at tho ca
thedral on the necessity, from the Cath
olic point of view, of putting religion
"That we shall ever live to eee religion
taught In DBbllc schools In America, may
be a matter of serious doubt,1
Father MeCarty, "but tho duty now Is
for Catholics, In tha name of Hod and J
country, to do what they can, at all times
and all places, to get religion into such
education an Is Imparted. If the religion
Is worth while It has a place In educa
tion. Krra Strength tn Rellgrton.
"In our domestic, social and civil af
fairs It seems at times as If Americans
have a place for everything except God.
and that much of the Christianity about
us teachea everything except Jeoun
Christ. The Catholic church holds that
education must begin In early year and
that religion muit begin with It. The
State will not eucceed unless there are
cltliena with right consciences and It will
not have such cltliens unless religion la
The Rev. Dr. Lawrence T. Cole, head
master of Trinity School, spoke yesterday
at Trinity Church, Broadway und Wall
street. Many .euchcrn wearing N. E.
A. badges were present Dr. Cole said
that tho school as well as the church
waa a producer of righteousness.
If natrlotiem Is measured by long
years of pattent. nerve racking, poorly
nald. obscure, nut nevertneiess inais-
pensable service," he said, '"tho teachers.
In our public and private scnooia are
as patriotic as the hojn In khakl."
The Kev. Albert Parker Kltcn. preHi-
dent of the Aiidover Theological Semi
nary, sjieaklng yesterday morning In the
Brick Presbyterian t. tiurcn, sain mat tne
European war hud revealed to America
the fact that Its Ideals of democracy
were In danger and that democracy
a ould be put on trial once more In
America after the war.
World NeriU ThliikliiK Minds.
"There was never a day since the
world began,'' he said, "when trained
mind wete mole badly needed than now
We must have men and women who will
think, and we must look to the school'
and colleges and to the tcuhel" to sup
"This" republic needs citlreii. who hae
well learned the fundamentals of life
and philosophy America I without a
solid mind on fundamental We t.ac
no Intelligent foreign or domestic policy
and no comprehensive thinking We can
not get a united will through drecMiig
every man In a suit of khakl. What we
need first I. a united mind Amer. a
r.ced a man to expl.m to her In the
language of the day her religion
The Bev. Dr lloliert Johnson of Phila
delphia preached at the Cathedral of St
John the Divine at a special service for
the teachers attending the convention
Hi theme wan "Tlie Application of
Sound learning to llellalnn." He tolj
his hearers that tho infallible church and
the "medicine man' In the church had
gone neer to return Canon Kobeft E.
Jones of the cathedral rented a special
praer for the American soldiers on thi
border and In Mexico
Xfre the general srydon of the con
vention this ivcnlnir theie will he a
reception at the Blltmote. which, It Is
alii, will bo tile laigecst of Its kind ever
held In a New York hotel. It has been
'vnged for by the teachers of New
York city for the visiting teachers.
Major In Itrrrlvlnsr
The Mayor, the Borough Presidents,
tlie State Be-ients and other State and
city official will b In the tecelvlng line.
The reception Is to cost Id, nun and nearly
all the available space In the hotel will
be utilized. There will he dancing after
Major-Gen. Leonard Wood has ac
crued the Invitation of the association
to i-peak before the Department of Physi
cal Educniou on Wednesday morning In
the De Witt Clinton High School, He
will urge physical and military training
ae a patriotic dut. His nccefitance. how-eve-,
Is provisional. He will be present
unless some unforeseen development In
military affalrn demands his attention.
David Starr Jordan, who has been at
tending a peace conference In Albu
querque, N. M , teltgraphed yesterday
that the conference headquarters had
been changed to Washington and that he
would arrive this morning.
The headquarters of the New York
city teachers during the meeting of the
N. E. A tire at the Hotel Blltmore.
Through the omission of that fact In the
official programme considerable confusion
has been caused
Many delegates to
heard the music on the Mall In Central
Park yesterdny afternoon.
In the lobby of Hotel McAlpin, where
a large number of the delegates are
stopping, an interested group gathered
around two veteran teachers jeMerday
One was John W Cook, president of the
PeWalb .Normal School, who lo said to be
fifty ear. The other was O. S West
. "l( u. iiiiuisu, nil,,,: in ,,,,c im tun ii
one .vears principal of the Waller High
School, lln Is tall, nnd In spitu nf his
SI! years Is still erect. Fur twenty-live
years ho has been a conspicuous figure at
meetings of the N 13, A. He Is an c
compllshed musician nnd Is relebrnted as
a conchologlst and a hlologlst.
The programme for this morning In
cludes National Council of lMllcatlon.
at tlie Astor , vocational education, Con-
cert Hall. Madison Square Garden .
Science, Washington Irving High School i
g ninasium , Library, Washington Irving 1
High School Auditorium. Itnr.il and
Agricultural, ballroom, McAlpin League i
of TeacherH' Associations, Waldorf
Astoila; American School Hygiene Asso
ciations, Sage Foundation building;
Hoard of Directors, green room, Mc
Alpin. The New York city teachers have also
opened a hospitality heaejquarters at
Hotel McAlpin to receive nnd care for
Churches Hold Services Comiiieiuo
rntliiK Eulry Into I'nloa.
MoNTriLlLit, Vt July 2. Vermont
Sunday waa generally observed In the
churchea throughout the Htate to-day
with sorvlcea commemorating the ISSth
anniversary of the entry of Vermont
Into the Union.
In slxty-elght cities nnd towns an order
of service Issued by the Greater Ver
mont Association was followed by the
congregations, while elsewhere the min
Istera referred to the history of theStato
or to some phase of the problem of
creatlnr publlo spirit and securing civic,
and military services,
Dick Golding of 4th Branch
Husy nt Coblcskill, Where
over That Is.
ZIPPS DAILY IN FREE AUTO
Constant detecting had so got on the
nerves of Detective Dick Ooldltig of the
fourth branch detective bureau that two
Weeks ago he cast about for the quietest
town In the known world In which to
rent up. Ho he went to Coblesklll, wher
ever that Is, up In Schoharie county,
wherever that la, for a vacation.
Coblesklll not only knew that a regular
New York deetecktuff was headed
toward the village Dick's brother, Will
lam H., Is a business man there but
aleo Coblesklll spotted Dick and recog
nized Mm aa a long absent native son of
Coblesklll the minute he got off the train
or stage coach or hired hark or what
eer one geta oft when one goes
In fact High Constable Oliver Auchen-
paugh of Coblesklll and J (J. Gross,
president of the village, headed a dele-
gatlon of cltliens and cItUcneses, e-pe
clnlly cltlieneses, who met Deetecktult
Dick when he arrived. High crimes and
misdemeanors had been on the rampage
for much too long a time In Coblesklll
and Central Bridge, a metropolis which.
It may be stated, auperfluoua as the In
formation seems, Is a sort of suburb of
Thief m Specialist.
It seems that for two years or more
tho Great Strawberry Jam Bobberies
have been irolng on In Coblesklll and
Central Bridge, so the Manhattan sleuth
eald upon his return to town yester
day. The thief was a speclaiit, wno
had been cruising aroun.i trorn ceuar
to cellar In an automobile after dark
searching for unlocked cellar door. so
he could grab off all tho Jars of straw
berry Jam In sight and fade away He
woulil take mid e nuiicr. nrescrveu
nlums and other bottled necensarles of
country life also, hut especially no went
In for the farmers- straiwrierry jam.
At last! A real deetecktuff. right
from the city, hail come to town." That
was the thought wrltwn on every house
wife's face In the delegation that met
Dick Goldlng when he put foot upon
Coblesklll two weeks ago. And right
away Dick Goldlng's dream of two
weeks of quiet retfulne( went oy trie
Coblesklll bad R list ready or nil
the folks who had been robbed of straw-
berry Jam. rnre weie .Mrs. nenry i..
Van Dreser's Jams and the strawberry I
Jam of IMItor Arthur T Warner, bo-- i
of the Coblesklll titter, and Jam that
had belonged to the iteeteckturV own
brother. Hill Goldlng. nnd State Senitor
Norton's brother's Jams and the Jims
of Charley William of Central Bridge,
whosi. cellar had been robbed merely ,
eighteen times within three .vears.
How does the thief work. Chief ' thi
Manhattan sleuth aked a brother pro-fe-Monal.
High Constable nille Auchen
paugh, Deetecktuff Goldlns knowlne
that anything a trained sleuth like oille
had to say would be of value.
Olllr Gives a Cine.
"I.Ike a phantom In the night." Olllr
And so with this clue to start upon
Deetecktuff Goldlnc thought quickb
about what a Manhattan copper woiud
do tlr-t under the circumstances and did
It. He commandeered a local touring
And so all during hi two weeks vaca
tion Deetecktun Goldlng has sacrificed
his daylight hours on every runl.t da
to the drudgery of crul'lng along tin
rolds of Schoharie countv for1
mUe after .idle iJ.er mile aTcr? mHe
Lollectlng strawberry Jam for .vidence
Vnd on rainy days he stayed Indoor n
his brother's houe sampling the various,
brands of Jams and other preserve, so
that when he, etarted out on 'he ne!
fine day to zlpp alone the fancy piads
In the automobile he would know the
thief If he should come upon him with
samples of his booty In his ear
"Hut I had to leave yesterday because
my vacation time was over," sighed Deo
teektuff Goldlng yesterday In the branch
bureau In West 123d street. "Of roiiro
If the Police Department here had l"t
me stay up there a month I might have
got the thief, but It was impossible to
lun him down In tho short time I ha 1
to do It."
And one could see that the reason for
the sigh was Dirk Goldlng's professional
regret st having failed to catch th"
master mind directing the Grent Straw
berry Jam Mtery and that there was
no thought In his mind of the auto rides
along the leafy roads or the rainy dav
samplings of strawberry Jams. And It's
to the credit of Dick Goldlng that hi
didn't charge Coblesklll a rent for riding
around In the machine either.
WALKERS IN LONG HIKE.
Intense Heat PnlU tn Interfere'
With Pro urn mine. I
Memheis of the Walkere f"luh of
America staged their weekly Jatmt ye-1
terday, starting from Van Cnrtlandt
Park at i n clock In the morning. The,
1 "pcile" lilt the trail to Brlarcllff Manor
I and return, the distance covered being
I l"',111!'',',.'',1''"' Th" followln n"
a ere In action .
John lleffernaii, A. Week, T. Genr.v.
I W. Lang, W Uedey, It. Dunnluan, .1
III Hocking, W ti'Brlen, A Bernstein.
'W O'Cnnnoi. M. Gtblln, Al. Belch and
S, NooJian. '
Combine Porcea on Hike. '
! bulling forces, memhets of the Man- I
hnttali and Bronx divisions of the Amer- I
linn Walker Asoclatlon hiked from i
City Hall to Coney Island jesterday
On account of the heat the boy. did not
make tlie leturn trip. Those ho walked
rstrrday wero A. Chirk. S. L. Go.id
mull, J. llnltigiui, S. Fre-i'ilnum, M.
Kaufman, D, Ladopuloti, S. Oshlnsk.v,
A. I'rlanb. M. Prlaiib, J, W. Sullivan,
W, Lorenz, J, L. Hnsllnger, A Speer,
F. Seufert, E. Fouquet. 8. Worship, G.
Trefrey, Jr., and I Kllfnyle, Jr.
RAIDERS SEEK GUNMEN.
VltHi, Jteiidl.v Wriiions Picked I p
After Descent ol Pnllce,
A collect lull of ilo.nlly wiapotiH, gun",
stiletto, ibcgers and linliea was made
eaily cnteiila after a raid on a cufl'eu
house Uijil by an Italian at 172 Jnlinsnii
avenue, Willi. mudiiit'g, bv men of acting
Police Inspector William Boettler's coin
maiiil The fiolice tecelved wind thai gunmen
weie In a icar rinun of the coIIih douse
Win n tliw raiding I'.it t icaclit-ij the
place tilde wn a wild scramble tu get
Till, policemen arrested thirteen men,
After tho iirrcxtH the pollio picked up
the weapons which men In their flight
had dlscatded At tho Stagg atrert
fiollco station the prisoners weie held for
400 Teddy Hear Daddies Win Strike
Four hundred nf the striking "Teddy
bear" mnkers will return to wink to-da.v,
according to HrnJuniln Sliaw, president
nf the Sniffed Toy aim Doll Makei
Union. Agreements were made with the
Federal Toy Company and the Domestic
Toy Company, About 2,(100 stuffed toy
makers are still on strike,
MIXING IN POLITICS
President of German-Ameri
can Alliance Opposes Move
to Enter Cnnipnlprn.
WELFARE IS ONLY AIM
HtTFALo, July 1. The feature of the
opening session of the German-American
Alliance's State convention here to-day
waa the address of Itcr.ry Welsmann,
the president He said In part:
"The eleventh year of the existence of
the Oermui American Alliance of the
State of New York has brought forth
events of unprecedented Importance.
The world war ravishes the unhappy
countries of Europe with Its disastrous
losses of human llfeandproperty. Our own
revubllc Is the only great Power still
enjoying the blessings of peace. But,
even nt this moment while writing the re
port, the National Guards througnout the
country ate being mobilized to be went
across the Mexican border to Ignite the
firebrand of Mars on tho soil of the free
countries of the West.
"In Europe all events point to a defi
nite victory for Germany and her allies,
due to the wonderful efficiency nnd eelf
sacrltlce of the German people. I am sorry
to state, however, that In this country that
part of the American people which Is of
German birth or extraction has. ever
since the outbreak of the deplorable
slaughter In Europe, been the subject of
attarks and persecution and the object
of suspicion and hatred because of our
sympathies with the land of our an
cestors. "Naturally our sympathlos are with
those who are of one blood with us.
But the unjimt attacks upon u nnd the
misconception of what tho German Amer
ican Alliance really I and what It
stands for lead to ii misconstruction of
our acts In defending American neutral
ity against the attempts of the pro
British elements to place American re
sources at the disposal of the Allien and
to even bring this country actively on
"Tlie deplorable Uusltanla catastrophe,
the German U boat campaign against
esels of commene which, unfor
tnrately, had In Its wnke the loss of
life on the part of a number of Ameri
can citizen, was grist to the mills of
the pro-British elements and gave occa
sion for a campaign of hatred that
btought this country on the brink of
war at more than one occasion,
"liegardlcs of nil attacks and mlsun
dertandlngs, the alliance has been and
remained the champion of peace and na
tional safety When the Presidential
campaign commenced we felt that an.ary 1 last 21.1M.O0O horses and t.5ii3(
end wntiM be made or tnis campaign or
misrepresentation Just the opposite
happened After belegtng us for weeks
-i-ifl trylnc to force u Into taking sides
n the political ltuitlon the attacks set
ngain with redoubled strength.
-Agalri President WIIon brought forth
it, hi Flag Day address the hogeyman
'hyphen ' and a u great climax we find
!in antl-hvphen plank In the Democratic
platform, creating a campaign lsue
which proinles tn remain a blot on tne
escutcheon of a great party It seems
plain that these attacks are levelled
especially Hi:aint thl organization,
which, In Its political and other aspira
tions. I only conducting an educational
campaign and the statutes of which, on
their very face, preclude every possibility
of political campaign activities.
"Needless to say that we will not do
what those who are trvlng to piovnke
us would have us do. The alliance has
but one goal, and that Is the welfare
of all of our people. It I our duty as
citizen to act In conjunction with our
fellow citizens regardless of race or
irced and to work for the election of
candidates, regardless of parly, who are
eadv to stand for the common welfare.
fr America first, last and all the time
We promote the study of the eierman
Itugu.ige and literature, stand for per-
sunn llbert, for honesty In public ser-
vice for tlie cultivation of real demo-
Xjotv built and distinguished in
appearance, easy riding, powerful yet
economical, the 1917 models unques
tionably reveal the furthest develop
ment of the fine vehicle.
The cost is simply a measure of
the fine materials and the careful work
manship. The ownership of such a car
is an unique satisfaction. Prices $-1600.
upwards. A few 38 Horse Power Mod
els for delivery now.
THE I.OCOMOniLK COMPANY
OF AM KMC A
Wrst Sixty-first Street, next to Rroadwav
I1 PER MONTH ON PLEDGE
0 OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
THE PROVIDENT LOAN SOCIETY OF NEW YORK
. rnurth Av.nu.. eer. th Htrt. CorUani1iAv.., eor. IMthftMit.
Kldrldge Street, cor. Rlvlngton ft, HKOOKI.YN,
rieventh Av. . net, Oth and 19th 3H. r,V!.,!,?l;vr,J'lIl',"V,!;!1 "', a
ilmnnm Avenue, ror. iI,viiii Hi,
I.enlnetea Ave, er tilth 8trt I'ltkln Avenue, coi Itorkavray Avt.
Ornnd 8trt. ror. Cllnlon mrt. oovt "cii inci-n'nv
H..t 7:dflt btt. Uslmton A 5d Av I.OANH ni'iPAliV Vvi'nnN
gill Houston it , car Ei.et IM, 3 TWO WKKKH FROM 1 1 AT 13 ,
cratlo Ideala and agalnat imperlalltm In
very form. i
"Germanic Intereati or aympathlea have
no bearing upon tho work of the alli
ance. Great la our pride In and strong
are our sympathies for the heroic and
efficient men and women of the old coun
try. But greater Is our admiration of
the history of our adopted country, tne,
deeds of Its great men and Its repub
lican and free Institutions."
BIO AND LUCKY DAY AT CONEY.
I.lttle to Darken Online ' 400,000
nt Cltr feaald.
Coney Island was so peaceful In Its
playfulness yesterday that the desk lieu
tenant at the station house In West
Eighth street scarcely dipped pen In Ink.
There were 100,000 persons, more or
less, surging and frisking about the city
of odds und ends and one of the few
persons arrested was the wife of a po
liceman, who attended to tho Job him
self. Along toward evening Patrolman
Fred Hombdt led Mrs. Hembdt to the
station house, told the lieutenant that (
she had been annoying him, wouldn't let
him patrol properly and kept his mind j
off his duty. The llemurtts are watting
for the Interlocutory period of their di
vorce decree to expire. He Ins.sted that
she be charged with disorderly conduct
and the lieutenant obliged hltn,
Coney fairly hummed with prosperity.
Old timers could not recall a Sunday
when there were more persons on the
beaches or In the surf. The police said
that at least 100,000 took salt water
dips. There were no drownings or ac
cidents. NEW HOME AT HOT SPRINGS.
Cornerstone of eliihborhioil
llnusr la l.nlil.
Hot Smt.vos. Vn July 2 The cor
nerstone was laid yesterday afternoon
of the Neighborhood House, which Is
being erected by the Hot Springs Valley
Nursing Association ns a headquarters
for visiting nurses.
Senator Theodore E. Burton gave an
address. The service was Masonic, con
ducted by W. H. McChesney of Staunton,
Past Grand Mnster of the Masons of Vir
ginia, nnd a short address was made
by MlssHlmbs Ingalls, president of the
Hot Springs Valley Nursing Association,
who originated the movement.
The Neighborhood House will have a
dispensary furnished In memory of the
late Dr, Henry S. Pole, resilient physi
cian at Hot Springs for fifty years.
Mr. and .Mrs Chauncey M. Depew ar
rived at tho Homestead this morning
from New York and will spend July
21.166,000 HORSES IN U. S.
Many of Them Totally I'nflt tor
There were In this country on Janu-
OOfl mules, according to figures Just com
piled for the War Department by George
M llommel of the Department of Agri
culture Many of these are "Just horses" and
totally unfit for war service of any de
scription Since the European war be
gan 5Sfi.lv.". horses and l",noo mutes
have been exported
There I no way of determining how
many of lhoe left are fit for war service,
either as saddle horses or for other
work. Many horses offered to the De
pal tment fall below the necessary size;
others fresh from Western ranges are
too wild to be handled, even hy expert
One of these wild ones gave five black
smiths live hours of the hardest work
they had ever had to do last Erlday at
Van Cnrtlandt Park.
Child Pnlla Ont Window to Death.
Yonkess, N. Y, July 2. As his
mother was about tn give him a hath
to-day four-year-old Louis Masslnl. 25l
New Main street, ran to the window to
wave to his grandfather below, and be
fore she could catch him he lost his
balance and fell three stories, to I
walk. Policeman Kasslk called
balance and fell three stories. to tho slde-
hulance from St Joseph's Hospital,
where tho child died of a fractured skull
half an hour later.
100 BACK OF MAYOR
IN CHARITIES FIGHT
C. H. Dodrrc Announces Form
ititf of Citizens' Committee
to Aid Mltchcl.
LEADING MEN ON LIST
Cleveland H. Dodge announced yes
terday the organization of a citizens'
committee of one hundred to support
Mayor Mltchel In the charities con
troversy, It was formed last Wednes
day and Is the outgrowth of a letter that
was sent tn the Mayor two weeks ago
pledging tho support of many noted men
to the Mavor's efforts to secure proper
care and treatment of the city's 23.000
child wards and to prevent church Inter
ference with the city government. The
officer of the committee arc Mr. Dodge,
chairman; Adolph Levvlsohn, vice-chairman,
and Alfred 13. Marling, secretary.
The executive committee of the new
organization has elected George W.
Wlckersham chairman and Jacob H.
Schln treasurer. The committee then
r, ,i,.,i ihn it Mt.iticlitietii and Martin
W. Littleton as counsel. Their services
have lieen offered to the Mayor to nld
him and Charities Commissioner John A.
Kingsbury and William II. Ilotchklss,
who was Special Assistant Corporation
Counsel during the Strong Investigation,
In the proceedings now undr way In
Kings county. The committee's two
lawyers also will represent the city offi
cials In the wlie tapping muuirj mo.
will be started this week by Justice
(ir..iih.ium. The citizens' committee In
cludes the following;
Adier. Felix Ihmsn. Arthur
Ain-tein. Io lmhn. Ailolpn
lljcnn. Kol-rl Iy-wiohii. bm
llalilwln, Vim Wood uppmmn. Writer
rd ... ltl. William. J
Iljlntiri1e. Dr Wm Uovejoy. 0en .
seaman McCarroll. Mlluni
lisker hteph-n Msj-link-. A'lred
ll.rro. lr , Manh. Melville. A
UU.s. Corn-ltu. N.. Jr. Marvin, '.amnion T
llreed. William C MUbank. Albert O
IlrlnFmadr, Dr W B. Mllburn. John O
Vlm.f K Unnr.. 1-retlepc I'.
uTirlelih. fe-o Wm. Mnrt.li, VVmFrllp
lliirrcll, F. A. M Nicen, l.tidwlr
in Her. Olentworth. K Norton rMrlc A
(Dr 1 Olden Willis I.
Caldwell. R J- Osborn. Wm Ihurch
Canlteld. Oeiirze F ouUTbruUe. hiuene
Carlton, Ntweomb II .
Chllds, Wm Hamlin Post' James H
Chaste, jospn n ithu. nri"-n
ci.rk Prof John Putnam. Georse Haven
US, Reynold. James It
Collin C A Uobertsnn. TDoul
Cntlnn, Joserh P "-vhi. 9amul
Oantnrd. Vn.l. rick I. amnil. h'mer c, 3
l-Toly. llertrt C . hulfelln. Hon. Wm
(.IIBIininu. " " , .
rutting, It Vult'ia -(tuff Jvcob II
Sdinmaii. K K. A
Dodjt. Cleveland II
lio.lr. M Hartley
Kl Ilobert Kr-l'lne
Kanii i'nari(s i
t a.n i... v. .:"-,,;." p
ihntwell FYnf .1 T
r I rlil r rum i" .' """ ,.,-.,
Fleming Mtlhw C win, lier John A,
FrAiikciireimer John lnaii. Samuel
Frl 11 A K Slosne. Wm
01 Idinr ITnl Frank' ,ieter Janif
pn H Seven KdwaM V
C.odir Prof Fred trslht Willard II
rnclt A Tib k r Frmk
iirl.om Und C Twltehrll, It K
Hammond Jebn 11-nry Vmdcrlip. F A
Harmon. William F. Vlllart. OsnaJd fl
Holt, Hamilton Wirhur Felix M
Holl Dr 1. Emmet W'ardwell. Allen
HnwHnl Charlei P Wirren. S N Jr
Jameh Arthur Cnrtt White Alexander M
lame Darwin K Jr Whttrldr". F W
James. Dr W (Iter H WkHcrshsm Ceo. W
Keller. Loiiln Wi Dr Irt fl
K.ns!'.v William wimhrop. Mrnnsnn
Klrkbrtde Frankl.n Wyrth, Dr John A
I.amVrt, Dr 5amul
Thrrp nr' n many prpllrnt
inMUutlniu that It ft. iim nil
for twurnt. t" tltvld" which
to rltH t Tn liflp m'I f ur
prolilt'iu tinhl.iv.t(i infnrm.H
t lni l-Mtimt on j'otir fr
ilnilir ttiktetm'tt ami U
It'll, of mi) Ihm1 or colU'f
will Mnt oii fri uiMtii
rit)iuvit Vrit (t.it(nc lUKir
what lity -r ttw n mi wmiM
llkit our clilltlrrti ti In'.
hst kind of Mho.il Hiui
Innv much j on ltiro to
Htii fi.r tuttln anil up
tart. Ini mod l.sl.-lv iiptin
Miiinkt tin f.(ifriii'nM'iii
HUM! VIK.N AMI IKIVM.
t III 1. 1 ill 4 11. M'lllHII. 1'IIK IIOIM
tsl Wisi 77H1 M. Tel. Schuyler 'JIH
27htti Mv-hool Year llridn. Sept. 2rt. 1018. All
HhiliT.. I nlaliwun. A.I'.VV irren.lleitlltlt
IIAItNAIIII St'ltllOL t'lllt HUTS).
riildston, Most 8 1 2.1 st. noyi nuy -i
ii ln nil ilvv. Ini-lndln lu'y, , Htudy hour
Irnnisi'uurls, Atb.l-'U-I I.KInd K UiOoUjo.
unit, itr M iiiiiti.. i. m. 4i sr.
! Dept of Now York I'repni story School.
MiniinerM'v.luii for Mept.llvaniln.nloiM ( d
dri .iiliir An.- 1st, 72 Park .iv. bit Js-IJ).
Mr.CAIllT.NTFII'H SCHOOL fur IIOT1
Mll.ill J W,l Knd Ave. Tel. IM. 4.IKU
Hie li.tli year Isvrlm Ooioiwr I. I'll I
Ouldoor eercl-i l.J'l lo I .ill wlnUf
Milltlt.Mll SI IIOOI, I'OUHOYSi
,100 -i7h St I'liiille I'ol 711211
1'repMri". for enlleiie hiuI for life.
A i'ew iUi silnsil with ilUilni'ilve fraiurn.
lie ( lurk Silmol for ('niirentratlnii,
S.'.o l ,.( 7.1lh St. Tel 714 Col. foneen.
trnllitn lo lllske you puss One reholvr
lei'iir.l .)! reirents eolints in one tet.
I'Olt C.IIII.S AMI TOtUNtl WOMK.N.
IIAHNAItll St'HIXII. Ol' IIOtlHr.IIOI.ll
A UTS, .".it W. Tilth St. Training fur hnnii
uiakpn. liressinaWliu, ileiimltic. inllll.
nery rooklirt, sciimnit. Tel. uirnj Schuy
'llll'. IIAItNAIIII M'HOOI. I'lllKilKI.S,
KlnlerKurirn to I'olltKe, ilraduste. la
Irmline I'oileires. tlyinnssliim arid Teanu
CsUilnifiie. 4il Wrst Mstli Sirisit.
IIIIS llllll.l lllll) VI'l'KAIlS IIAII.r
A M.MIV1. ItAllS ON IthUUI.M.
llll. M IIOOI.. COI.LLUK AM) OA VII
litiiti.Ati. v. !u.n. .. r. mrt,
LAW st llotll.s,
SI.M MMtlv I U' , New Yiiik,
In Woolworth Building .11 !,..
OTKIJI AND KKHTAPHANTMl
14th Street, near Fourth Avcnuo.
rjllt how much j on .ltiro to lr
zytl "Ind f"r tumnn ami up IJ'4
g tsirt. Inmoi1i..l.,lv upon gV
iMillnir thl tttlvrrtlM-iiM-nt
WHITE DIDN'T BURN
Calls Patriotism "Low" ns Hp
Explains Setting Tiro to
U. S. Colors.
GOES WEST TO LECTI'RK
The Bev, Bouck White, who fltushM i
thirty day Jail sentence on Saturdiy fnr
causing tho distribution of an tinpi.
trlotlc cartoon Hnd Is now out on hall
for his part of the flag burning episode
conducted by Uls followers on Juno
announced to his congregation yesterday
that he abhorred patriotism.
'I'm a good citizen but a poer rv
trlot," the pastor of the Church of th
Social Ilcvolutlon told about thieeirotf
of his followers, who were seated in the
yard back of the house at is;, wt
Twenty-first stteet, whcie White hol.ii
his meetings. "I do all things cttlienih p
demands, hut not one task patriotism 4t.
tnands. Cltlienshlp Is divine, patriotism
"We never burned a Hag bete-..
melted It, and I want the valiant mn
cried White, addressing moie psrticuUrly
nine ui ins ioiiuwuis preMiu wim a:e
also out on ball following their aru.(i-
ment ror participating tit tlie ng t jm
lug, ".to continue to ntllrin val atitly that
we melted the Hag. The word burn sug
gests to the untutored mind drsiruttUm
Melting suggests the taking uf some ma
terial which has plnycd Its honotshs
part In the scheme of things and melting
It Into a more ifpl-ndld thing for the u-i
And neither Bouck White nor hl fe,.
lowera Intend to apologize for -er
melting the flng, ho Bald. Although
social revolutionists are tint seck.i.jf
quarrels, he exp!aned, neltlier re t tie v
In an apologetic, mood He added thit
for on epitaph on his tombstone he wv
the Inscription, "Here .s Bouck Wh '.
a Hood Citizen but a Bad Patrbd" Thu
(ending nf soldiers to the MeSlcan bordr
he described as but another manifesta
tion of "dog da rabies "
White announced that he had borrol
money to make a trip Wrst to lecture,
and ald that h would leave within a
few hour.v He then took up m second rr .
lection which brought forth an avenm
contribution of more than T.O ents, o
slightly more than 531 In all Sr nf
his congregnou said later that the p.
tor would get l"'i a day for lo, nrnj
on the Chautauqua circuit, the puWl-"y
following the Hag burning liv dent tn.
In.g Increased the demand for Ms sr.
vices. White himself said that he Im 1
been engaged to lerture In Ch't ago ari
other places bef. re the Hag w is hu-rel
Hoy Drnn m Krom l.nuni'h,
Yo.S'KKiis, N V., duly i - Han
rimlth, 12 e,us old, of U'i". St,n,
avenue, was drowned In the Ilud"
Hlver M-rilRht. He and time oi f-i-other
bos were In a small l.iun fl
Main etreit, and we e funding t
of the lit t In calj.n as he steanifr l:r
eelacr came along. The wel' fr r.
steamer tipped 'he laun ir 1
was thrown inti the water
NEW AMSTERDAM sVV 7. ..
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