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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1916.
war aad In honor bound to restore
every employee back to hl former pol
tlon without prejadkre.
"Secon Yea have further alokst
the agreement by attempting to advise,
suggest and carry forth a plan of the
election ot ruMwUt to mnml
employe whan you agreed In the abov
mentioned agreement not to Interfere In
a ay way with th conmltt oc th m
lection of th sam.
"Tharo W therefor sa4 a
ference at one with you o that ww way
know what yotw laleatleaa and pallctM
ar to be In relation to thla agreement
"Fearta W have n ateslr t v
any friction aria btwa yui cemamaj
and th emaleyee. but w hava reeehea
a point where your company shall ewrry
out th agreement with hla Honor Mayor
Mttrtttl and th Hob. Oesar a 8tr,
chairaua of th Tublte Bet vie CdbhuI
riosx and your esaplojreea,
Ve expect an Immedlat reply to thli
Jttr. Yry reaaeetfslJy irr.
"CMtMt-rm awMaainuea thiu
riarsa or t Naw Tett
TelegraM Seat W. . Makaa.
Jut aa'aooa aa that letter haa been
patched tho foltewtna telegram was
aent to l'reehient Mahoa In Dtrolt.
"President Shont and hla company
jllberately toatla Mr"int. It a
the opinion "of all of us that yourself
and executive board ahould coma her
at once, t have reached rue secretary
to th Mayor. The Mayo hi wjf
alio Mr. aTtraa. Hbway amd 1 t
Ing to-night at Lyceum. Nw York
Hajtwsy men mart Iwneww n'ghL
Hav been trying to get conference
whol week and no rwlt, Employee
ending ultimatum to-day to President
"Wrutax B. meieuii.
"P. J. O'Bmm.
In 3lalntc th attuaO. lak. Tri
dlger, attorney for th union leaden,
aid lat night that alnta laat Friday
Flttgerald and h had ben trying in
vain to get to touch with th coeaaaay
IrHtHe ( OaaasliUa.
The manner In whleh th union men
and th company official are working
I lgfrheada wmi juplayed emphati
cally lat night at th meeting in th
Lyceum. Thla waa practically In direct
opposition to th en that had bn called
by President Bhonta on Monday night
and at which th eonwanr'a plan for the
election of a grievance committee had
been laid before th employees.
Flttgerald and hit associate an
nawiced they would have nothing to do
with th eomm'.tt of mploy that th
campany waa planning to have elected.
Several hundred men enrolled in the
course of th meeting and at It : P. J.
th meeting went Into executive eejtion
to elect officer and attend to other busl
nee In the open eese ton J. H. Reardon.
general organlaer. aald:
"If thing do not change within
twenty-four hour I hope you men will
tie up New Tork once more."
"We will I We will !" waa the cry.
Pitaaerald. apeaklng to the Interbor-
ough men. eccuaed Shout and Hedley ot
having violated the agreement they had
made with the New Tork Rallwaya men.
He told the men that the Interborough
hA employed potter to watch th men
attending the meeting laat night and to
take the namea or tne auaway ana ele
t th DaaraT
HEADS IN DEADLOCK
"If you think you are getting a aquare
deal.' he aald. "wny n the company
ot three rjotters at the doara?
"Tho organisation ot Mr. Shonta and
Mr. Hedley la an organisation against
democracy. They are out to destroy this
organisation. They talk to you about
their Inside o called organisation be
Ing better than your outside orgn!sa
tlon. Do not forget that the porter and
the wasSer and the ticket chopper ar all
welcome Into the Amalgamated Associa
tion. There will be no subdivision re
gardlng membership. Everybody on th
subway and 'L' la eligible. As far a
your conditions are concerned your nasi
tlon has been deflnej in the cass of th
street car men.
"I say to you msn to take everything
that you can get from these brigands and
Oeneral Manager Hedley spoke to the
carmen ot the New Tork Railways Com
pany at two meetings last nigh held In
the csr bams at uexlngton avenue and
Ninety-ninth street and Heventh avenue
and Fiftieth street. Ills line of talk was
similar to that g' m to the subway and
elevated employees or the prevl-us even
Ing. when he gave further details of the
plan originated by the company for pro
viding a channel of communication from
th employee to the officials of the com
pany. He urged the men to chooee the
eat men among them to tVrra th grtev
lrt Daly la ta Year Paaslly.
This talk I hear about your duty to
me company is all hunk." be aald.
"Tour first duty Is to your family and
yourself and your second duty Is to do
the best work you can for the company,
Now a certain element haa struck New
Tork, but I want you men to think for
youraelf and not be steered by anybody
else, whether you loin the union or not
you won t get any more money than the
men who do not join the union.1
Mr. Hedley said tltat the company had
net violated any part ot Its agreement
made at the time the strike was settled.
The scheme suggested by President
Shonts snd General Manager Hedley to
the employees ot the New Tork Rallwaya
Company for electing a committee to lay
grievances before the company calls for
a group of twenty-rue men. Kach de
partment of th company 1 to have rep
raaentatlon ou that committee as follows
Chief engineer's department, 4; car equip
ment, i', motive power. 1; motormen. T
conductor, T; other transportation
The members of the carmen's union
who assembled last night in the Jack
son Avenue l'ark Hotel. Long Island
miy, promptly rejected tne pun offered
by the New York and Queens County
Railway Company for bringing together
a grievance committee of the employees
ana representatives or the company to
discuss questions oz mutual interest
epreeeatattea Plan Oppeeed.
The company Issued on Monday
bulletin In which a aehame waa set forth
for the nomination and election of am
ptoyei-s to a grievance committee. Under
that plan each department of employeee
wan to do represented on the board.
The representation waa to be aa fol
lows: Cur equipment, 3; power de
partment. I ; line department, I ; track
department, 2; motormen, 1; conduc
tors. 1. That would make a total of IS,
giving the carman, that Is th conductors
and motormen, only t.
Th meeting In Long Island City be
gan at t o'clock and lasted until 2
o'clock thla morning. Members or the
union cam tn whenever opportunity af
forded, expressed their views and weut
away. Th consensus of opinion was
that th carmen wanted the right to
select their committee In their own way,
iey aald further that they already had
their committee and that they would
have no other.
1 1ATLIS AID PAID TO 1UH 1AIX.
CweXwMed rem Jri Jn.
( th attre problem probably never
would be agreed to, but that the rail
road might dlanoe of ether Issues by
some form of negotiation, the President
directed hia enenrlea to obtaining ex
pressions from both sld on how n ego
tistic) could be carried on. Direct con
fer eacea and Inquiry by aa Invests!
Ing commission were suggested and the
President Indicated hla willingness to
appoint such a commission himself.
AdamlaMratlvn enVUl recused t Pre
dict to-night what the outcome would be,
and th President was understood to be
uncertain whether a strike could be
avoided. Th While House conference
will be continued to-morrow, but It waa
not believed th crisis would be reached
The nsHahisi to send to New Tork for
th general committee of the railroad
employee was reached aecaua tne auo
coaaneltte here la without Dower to
reach uanertaat decisions without ref-
erenca to th men ,e New Torn, ax nrst
it waa suggested that the stib-coramlt-
ee Mr go to xw Tors, eut toe rresi-
dent t nought It weuld be better to hair
the general cossnUtto coene here. He
wanted an nportunity t explain te all
the meaahera an suarmstlona which may
be made to-morrow or Thursday by th
maaa sera committee.
Thus far th President ha not t-
tempted to bring th two sides together
on snv concrete blanket proposal. He
la aouadln seat Intent la an passee oi
the situation in order to have the case
fully la hand before raking n final ef
fort to settle the problem. Neither have
the repreeentatlTe of either side anally
turned down any suggestion except ar
bitration, and they have several under
dlscuxelon which will be taken up again
Ith tho President.
reaalasleam Among OnteUls.
For a time to-day there waa pro
nounced pessimism among AdvUnlstr
tlon officials because of the complete
fatlsre of Torta to bring
agreement on any form of arbitration.
President Wllon devoted moot ot till
day to conferences with the managers
nit th emnloveea. seeing both eldca
separately, as on Monday, and to a meet
ing with jueig ivwiam i -"""
th Federal Board ot Mediation and Con
ciliation. . Al
Mansgera tor the railroads continued
meetings at their hotel for dlacusslon of
tha situation. Representatives ot tne
fnnlnvM. however, held no conferences.
aare tor Informal conversations lu the
lobby of their hotel, maintaining mai
they would have nothing to dkcus until
. . . . . . h. HM.1UI
m complete siemwu u i-
ttttude Is forthcoming.
Doth sides continued reticent regara-
tng th dlscumlons. The railroad rnan
asers decline absolutely to tslk of the
iwmtlstlens. snd about all the employees'
officials will esv is trial tnere suit at
TTe lams of bone win continue to
burn until some on kicks It over. A. H.
Qarretson. spokesman tor the employees.
said amlllncly. aa he len tne mute
Hens. "Nothing has been done and
nothlnr undone. We will see tne rresi
dent again whenever he desires to see
mr. Hanger cnaaaeten isasasiv mm ,
FROM LAUTBRBACH :i;RAPIDLY IH SUBURBS
lief Comlsslon, of which Dr. Charles T.
FomW HettblieaR Leader director-general, heard yes
Tells Grni Jiry How lie
HAS A MAN ARRESTED
Detective Sebes Eiward A.
Loot, Who Was Hiding in
a Closet at Home.
terday Mrs. Edith F. Hanger of the
Woman's Professional League, tell of
having run a charity ball and basaur
nt the Hotel Blltmore on May 8 for
Dr. Haylls on a 10 per rent basis. It
was her suit to secure payment of $310,
which she claims la due her from the
function, that started the present Inquiry,
Several other witnesses, Including It
(I. Caldwell, who donated $400 to the
project : J. C. McLean, th association
secretary, and Adolph Karlman, adver
tising manager, wi-ro on hand, but the
press of other matters resulted In the
postponement of their testimony.
Many Have More Victims Per
Thau in the City.
Edward LauUrfeach, formerly chair
man of th Republican county commit
tee and ana time hiah In the council of
Ms party, maker and loser of leveratj
fortune and prominent in charity work,
told a county Urand Jury yesterday that
he had paid approximately $100,000 In
blackmail to a single person In the last
He Is reported to have gone Into de-
RAISE IN MILK PRICE
STARTS 3 INQUIRIES
Continued from tint Page.
ccrns such as the Sheffield Farm, Slaw-
aon-Deckcr Company and the Clover
Farms have advanced the price of milk
In nlnt tioitlrn a rent as announced In to
talis or how in that long penoa n nan day's issue of tiik Si;.v proved an inter
been followed by a certain man who had eating Item to members of the Wicks
demanded money from him. He Is said
to have shown threatening letters writ
ten by the man asking tor money. Tho
letter and Interview ar said to have
threatened bodily harm, exposure and
suits for alienation of affections.
As a result ot the testimony which he
gave and the evidence which he produced
an Indictment was banded down by the
Urand Jury to Judge Roaalsky in Oen-
oral Hessiona accusing Kdward A. Ieet,
formerly of gcranton. Pa., of extortion.
Tho Indictment specifically charges the
extortion of $35 from Mr. Lauterbach
under threats ot exposure on June SS.
i a warrant ror tne arrest or Leet,
who live at West 114th street, was
Issued by Judge Roaalsky.
When Detective Joseph Russo went to
Leer home he found that he was forced
to communicate with Mrs. Leet by a
serlee t notes. In which ah Informed
him that her husband waa out. Russo
telephoned for assistance and then went
Case Maw "Mnasring la BnlaneW
"It la now ud to th railroads. The
situation has reached that point where It
t bamttng In a balance, and if the rail
roads will do their part there is no rea
son why we should not be brought to
gether. The situation may best t
summed up Ey saying, lei us continue
PWlng.- . v
Mr. uarretson aecunvu io umuaa u
probable method or effecting an aajusi
ment. Much of the discussion at th confer
ence to-day relvd about th principle
ot the eight hour day. The managers
asserted that outline tne e;gnt nour aay
into effect would cost them $10.0.
000 a year, but the representatives ot
the employee reduced this estimate to
$10.00.000 a year. Th employee aux-
gested that the eight hour day aireaay
Is In effect on some roads, and that
officials on these roads have stated they
would not change back to the ten hour
The President sought to find th basis
for th opposition of the railroads to the
eight hour day, asking whether the man
agers did not believe It inevitable at
some time. The managera were firm.
however, In their opposition to Its adop
tion unless other collateral Issues were
Representative of both sldee were
toht by the President that he would con
tinue to do his utmost to uncover a
basis of settlement, and that it was
their duty to th public to cooperate.
Without minimising the difficulties In
the way of solution, he sought to impress
on them that a break could be avoided
only by mutual concessions.
Collateral In try Favored.
When men close to the managers sug
gested that a way out might be found
by the railroads accepting the principle
ot the eight hour day and then having
an Investigation by an Impartial body
of collateral questions representative of
th employeee said they had heard of
th plan before, but that tbey would not
commit themaelve on It unless It was
put In definite form.
in spite ot ths long seres ot con
ferences yesterday, discussion of tha
situation began at the Whit House at
0 o'clock this morning and lasted almost
continuously until i o'clock this after
noon. The managers saw the President
first, and at a o'clock they wer fol
lowed by the employees.
Hath the managers and the employees
were fagged out by the long conferences,
but said they would remain at the Presi
dent's call as ion as there was any
possibility or a settlement.
Aleut ml Leet.
When Mrs. Leet came to th door he
forced his wsy In snd found Leet
hiding In a closet the detective aald.
where he arrested htm on a bench
warrant charging extortion. Th Leets
protested sgalast th detective's man
no of entrance. Leet. who I It year
old. U said to be an Inventor.
Mrs. Iet, who Is 33 year old and
weighs 33 pounds, was asked If she had
anything to say In regard to her hue
"What can I say 7" she asked In return.
"The arrest came all of a suddea It
was a surprise. I was In bed when my
husband was arrested. My husband and
I met Mr. Lauterhach about eighteen
years sgo through letters of Introduction.
- -- then my husband and I and Mr.
Lsuterbach have been on friendly
"Did your husband ever get any money
ffni Mr Lautertschr
"I don't know anything about that."
On July 30 last Mr. Lautfrbjch lodged
a complaint In the West Side court
against both Mr. snd Mrs. Leet to the
effect that they had been annoying him
with telephone calls and demands for
Mr. Lsuterbach went to the Criminal
Courts Building yesterday with his at
torney, Abraham Levy of US Rroadway.
The caae was presented to the Orand
Jury by Assistant District Attorney Km
bree. Last night Assistant District At
torney John T. Doollng gave an outline
of Mr. Lauterhach' story of hla alleged
The Leets. It Is said, came tn thl rltv
from Utlca. where they lived for several
years, having moved there from Scran
ton. Eighteen yearn aso Mrs. Leet mi
n extremely attractive woman, wlnnlnv
admiration everywhere she appeared, tt
Is sa'd that soon after the arrlvat of the
couple in this city they were In strnlt
ened financial clrciimst,inre iml tr
ieet appealer to Mr. Lauterbech. (hen
connected with several charitable Institu
tions, ttr neip.
Extend Aid to Mrs. Leet.
Mr. Lauterhach became lntritt in
tne woman and helped her. That was
the oeelnnlno; or an acquaintance. Mr.
Lsuterbach cal'ed on the Leets and took
infill out ti Hlneer,
Soon after Leet. It Is said, anneared
at Mr. Lauterbach's office and threat-e"-'
o -trt a suit for alienation of his
wires arrections. lie wae in a rage.
tereatenlns bodily harm to Mr. Lauter
hach. It Is alleged, and the result was
that th? Uwyer paid Leet $10,000 to
The charge Is thst there were de
mands for more money on threat of a
suit and exnoeure and finally Mr. t-iu-
lerbach paid M.ooo to get a release from
Leet and a promise not to brln suit.
Mr. Lautertvich hoped that the matter
wnvUi nd there and that he waa free
frcm further molestation.
The lawyer, however, was apparently
disappointed, for, arcordlnr to hie stnry,
he was annoyed at his office, at hla home
and on ths street by Leet'x demands for
more money. There were times when
Mr. Lauterhach had plenty of yellow
bills In his pocket and he gladly handed
over money to the man to h tld of him.
There were other time when he was In
need of cash rnd the demands of Leot, It
la declared, were extremely hard to
Mr. Doollnst said that wnen air. Lau-
terliach's name was mentioned a few
HILLY AIKED TO PAH WHITE,
MI V an Wny te ails t
Umr Belief red.
WmiNQTrs, Aug. IS Mlnlstsr Egan
at Copenhagen was Instructed to-day
to request psrmlealon ot the Oerman
aatnartrise for th passage of CoX John
C. White, retired, through that country
to Rumania, where he I to buy pro
vtoacs for th American He lief Corneals
ntaa tn Herbla. Col Whit haa been held
lay htMiiM of hi Scsllah hirtk
600 TO RATIFY DECISION,
Chairmen ef Railroad Locale Await
Walt Honse Reralt Here.
Whatever proposals are accented ten
Utlvely by the chiefs ot the four railroad
brotherhoods snd their commltteo of
thirty now In Washington will be ratified
practically without protest by tho too
general chairmen of the labor locals
Who still 'e In town. As soon as th
White Hou-e conference end the broth'
hood heads wilt make their report to
their chairmen. Their pledges to the
President cannot become effective with
out the majority consent of the 600 del
egates now here.
At the Woodstock Hotel, where the
union men have made their lieuilquar
ters, It was said yesterday the leudere
will be followed to any extreme, whether
the decision be for a stlke or for a star
render of right.
Austin II. Qarretson, chief of ths Con
ductors Brotherhood, has been In con
stunt communication with his followers
Fulliwlng tha wish of President Wilson
he has Imposed the strictest secrecy on
Martin A. Knapp and O. W, W, Hun
ger of tha Federal lloard of Mediation
and Arbitration were In touch with the
White House all day yesterday. A Ion
telegram waa received by Judge Knapp
from hla colleague, William L Cham
bern, who Is attending the Washington
conference. Have for admitting tho mes
sag la opttmtattc In tone the chairman
of the mediation board would not dis
close Its contend.
CASES MOUNT IN JERSEY
Tn4at1 n 1 lift? Dsvsv .
.a. VI -I eUtS UVjJVI IV W
Dn(c, Yesterday Adding
136 to the List.
"What Ctngrata has
and what pla ar
tHinkJac about tt"
At the present time the committee, or
at least Venator Wicks and the counsel.
Judge Deorge Ward, Is busy going over
the mass of testimony Hint hat accumu
lated In hearings held over the sixteen
counties of the State. Henator Wicks Is
well known for bis aggressiveness, und la
watching tho action of the New Tork
city dealers, and also conferring dally
with Judge Want
Whether the Increased cot of the pint
bottliH really warrants a boost In the
price of milk Is 11 question. A few i1.ye
ago Senator Wicks In an authorized
statement to Tub Sun nald that nt the
present time the contracts between the
producers and the milk gathering com
panies were such that no Increase In
prices wai warranted at this tlmo to the
If the glass containers nro going up
In price members of the committee see no
reason why the consumer should be
asked to meet the cost. They believe
that the companies distributing the milk
should adopt means to prevent the larite
amount of loss snd breakage to the lat
tice each year, au Item that runs tar Into
the thousands In New York city alone.
The work of the committee Is appar
ently being followed by thousands of
farmers throughout the State, many of
whom aro writing Senator Wicks and
clamoring for hearings In their particu
lar part ot the State. There re also
many persons, the majority being rcM
dents of New York city, who are out
with page after page of suggestions to
the committee, some or which aro more
amusing than otherwise.
The work of tha committee so far has
served to bring to llgbt that the dairy
men ot to-day, forced to iuy high wages
for help and to meet the constantly In
creasing cost of grain, face a stiff propo.
On farmer told Senator Wicks thit
he figured thst If he paid hit wife and
rfc Mrl -n jh ,V tfe.. m,'1v rl..,l ill!
th family would have an earning ca-1 Drlclc lnwnhlf (VeHtt county Newton,
Despite the Increase In Hie number
of new Infantile paralysis cases In th
city to 1(3 yesterday, a greater number
of cases were reported from the subur
ban districts around New York city. The
many towns and villages on Long Island,
In New Jersey, In various up-State coun
ties and In Connecticut, from which
commuters travel dally to New Yotk
have In a number of Instances had more
cusea per thousand of population than
such dense centres as Manhattnn. llrook
ln and The llronx. Some of the sub
urb such un Itumson, N. J and Hast
ings, N. Y., have been passed unscathed
by the disease, but other have been
compelled to provide Isolation hospitals
ro tltlr cases, so numerous nave tney
Tho report of the State Health De
partment yesterday showed that seven-
ty-llw cae of Infantile paralysis out
side of New York city had been re
ported during the day to the authorities.
t.on.r Island and West 'hester county
were especially hard hit. The cases
nere distributed as follows:
Mount Vernon, C ; L'tle.a und llahylon,
C each: Dunkirk, Hempstead and Isllp,
3 each: Port Chester. Oreat Neck, lllcks-
vllle, Yonkers. Kllenvllle, ltoslyu Heights.
Durham, Cooks Falls, Uelleport. Pit
chogue und llensonvllle. 2 each, and one
each from Shoreham, Sandy Creek, Kl
mlra, KuycttevlUe. Smlthvllle, Cornwall-on-Hudon,
Syosott. Undcrhlll Park,
West Park. Osslnlng, Ualdwlnsvtlle, Hud
son, l-'erndate, Oswego, Delanson, Man
llus, Lhlngston Manor, Old Westbury,
'oil' CisemiUa. Locust Valley, Oyster
Bay, Glen Cove, Huntington, Mill Neck.
Wenthury, Diana and Windham.
Ke Wore la Maw Jersey.
In New Jersey the situation li even
worse. Tho Stale Health Department it
Trenton received reports of 12(3 new
canes yesterday. One hundred and sev
enty municipalities have now reported
orw or more cases of the disease,
The cases wer located as follows:
Newark. 61 ; Jersey City, S ; Irvinnton,
7; Putvrion, 4; Bayonne, 3; Spring
Lake, 3 : Bethlehem township. Hunt
erdon county, 3 : t wo each from At
lantlc City. Weet Orange, We.it New
York, Tr?nton. New Urunswlck nnd
North I'lalnflcld : one cuch In Bogota,
Hackensnrk. I.eonlu, Belleville. East
Orango, Mlllbum township, l.t'.i.'iiuMy :
Wiishlt.gton towiuhh,tlIoucestercounty ;
Harmon, Kearny, West Hobokcn, Booif
ton, Aladlsou borough, Morris county;
Thills tn title of all
we have prepared. W
shall b glad to and
a oaery Ira to any
Bethlehem Steel Co.
South Batkbham, '.
bringing a sick chttd back to New York,
and showed that he had given no prefer
ence to Mr. Shipley In letting him bring
h Is eh lid back to the c ty. The only
deviation from the general rule was that
Mr. Shlptcy was permitted to have his
daughter quaraujlped at home Instead of
being taken to a tioelUl. This was be
cause the child would receive better care
at home than at the hospital
Dr. Charles K. Hank, senior surgeon
of the United States Public Health Ser
vice, left for Washington last night to at
tend tho conference of State Health au
thorities and to give Information con
cerning tho means ot preventing tne
spread of the epidemic.
paclty of but 3 cents an hour for their
time the year through.
The committee Is now at work arrang
ing a schedule ot hearings for several
counties tn central and western New
York before it will enter New York city
for meetings that will probably be mot
exhaustive. The committee Is rtnn In
its belief that in the Interval between
the price now being paid the farmer for
his mill; and the price being asked the
customer In New York city there Is a
very wide margin of profit to the middle
man, just how wide the commltteo Is
planning to ascertain during the wet'ks
FIVE GIRL PICKETS
BEATEN BY GANGS
Paper Box Strikers lleenforeed
by 3,000 Vorkprs Driv
ers At tucked.
Union leaders In the box makers'
strike protested yesterday that the man
ufacturers were hiring gangsters as
guards and were making trouble, for th
girl pickets. Clulrman lluhln of the
picket committee mid that non-union
paper box wason drivers li.nl attacked
and threatened to kill it number of glrN
on Ureene street, between Houston and
Prince streets. Threo thousand more
girls went on strike, he said.
"The number of strikers Is Increased
to 11,000," ali ltubln, "und fi,"0 moro
will strike In Brooklyn anil Brownsville
by Friday The girls who vcru at
tJckcd defended themselves as best thoy
could, but the men kept driving around
th district affected by the strike for
the purpose of drlvlni; the pickets off
the streets. Five of the girls rv
fltckman street! Hernhird Turk, tit Pit
kin avenue! Haniuel (timbers, ii New Lots
rnsilj David Ksls, 243 New Jersey avesuel
Kugene Hrhulman, 11 Junius street) tlol.
Cohen, 401 Jtrome street: Charlee Pit
niontl, (13 llopklnson aveauei Hamuel
Chowsky, 37 Hinsdale street! ueorge
Schmidt, 34 (leorgla avenue; rasay W
rick, 313 Kllen street! Jacob Hchnelder,
1 ? DeugUs street: Jlobert Kaplan, (1)1
Cleveland street: Eva alaberman, 211
Christopher aveauei Alfred Merer, IT
Christopher avenue: Hymen Ureter, 411
Anhford street) Lilly Urendsert, 331 Ala
fTithsrln Murahv. St. JoieBh'S Hera.
Pleshlag) Wllllsm Kent, Rocky Hill read.
naysiae: v. i,oma. f jsubcn
Klmhurst! Jehn tlreuer. 37 Onderdonk
unii. HM-uJ ' V. Hrork. 1171 RalDh
street, HMgeweod) JoMhlne Trlinee, 1177
sisillson street, Hidgewooo; rrinmni
Lamer, 1(1 Fereet avenue, ltlcleewood; r.
Knll, 343 Hill place, Ulendale: liooert
Wabelt. t Coawell pise. Mssselb: Ulllas
Petters, 34 Jsy avenue, Mtaptth; Helen
Psher, 33 PortyHrst street. Corona: Oeorg
Klraskv. 11 Kosciusko street, Jamaica)
Minnie Kormo, 3(1 Washington street,
Jamalcsi Catherine Uaugert. 11 lirown
avenue, Jsmalca; Itobert Minor, 1131 Cort
land avenue, Otooe Para; parser warn,
man, 33 Houlh Park avenue, Arverne;
Martha Hlltmer, 03 Merrick road. Jamaica:
William Hslnla. 311 Washington strest.
Jamaica) Sidney Klein, 13 Wyiaad slaee.
Heckawey Beacn) Thomas Minn, i sasi
avenue, L L City.
Warren Walker, Summit avenue. New
Dorpi Konald Walker, tjummll avenue,
New Dorp; Charles Nuwbrak, 3111 Hlch.
mond Turnpike, Llnoleumvllle: Henry
Schweltser, 101 Laurel avenue, Dtapleten:
Altonla Pal umbo. Vnndtrbllt avenue and
Marlae Way, New Dorp.
BIG NAVY BILL WINS
IN HOUSE, 283 TO 51
Continued from First Page.
Day's Deaths and New Cases aa Be-
povted by Boraaaa.
Deaths and new case of Infantile
paralysis reported by the Health De
partment yesterday follow:
Sam Torascn. 117 Wait Houston street:
Elmer Amlron. 5M Wst Korty.Hhth
street: May McDonald, nil Horatio itrfeti
Manusl Alvered. tlU2 ThlDl avenue: Km
ma Cltnr, ,140 Kat KoMIHh street:
Mike Koi. IS Rulsars Dlare: Ollva Marlanl.
A.I Barrow trrt, EMhar iontnnln, .12:
Ki-t r.'Uih street. 5am Menkes. J Plk
trt I Itlteralde Hospital); Hernaril Caier.
T1 K:t 114th atrett. Mary Crlmons. New
York Foundling I Metropolitan uospuair;
It. .xrnrrsnilanlo. is Lotou street.: r as
srnappo, :U"I i:mt 103th street iWHUri
Painusle Tsrnlno. lieni Arthur avenue
(Hlvcralde Hospital); Matthew N. Hogan.
-".'0 lloushtan avanut: Jamas iflmnion.
3'.tS Park avenun (Rlvanilde Hoapltal).
Wnll Mrhlnette. 1MM De Kilb av-nue ( Wll-
larJ l'arktr Itoapltali. Marsaret Uarrett.
mi ntin u.enue, Aniinaiia t.tuieiii'-a. "
Manhattan avctiua; flyman uanar. -
Aahford straat: Alice Tonneeaon, SEta Kitty
titnta atrael, Johu Turea, 11)7 Naw
atmat, Wallace Holi. uau East Seventeenth
Ireet: MarU Hoaa, 'Je. Troututan alraet:
Joseph Melt. ltT Preeman street: Jobs
Cullen. 37 Hlrks atreot, Euaan .'tchuliiun.
4iu Junius atreat. ieonara acnucK. ."i
l.ronar.1 street: Eleanor Cohen. IM Orand
treat: Branlalava Uurtlak. On North Eighth
tre-t: Jfas TSura. -mi West Twenty
l"liara Bomhac. '') 8ene-a avanue.
Ill licenoisl: Kob-rt Minos. 111.1 Portland
avanue. Oxona Park: Catharine llaubert,
to llraun avenu. Jamaica, Henry Lin.
Una. Vulton street and E.tMoo.! u.ace.
Jamaica: Sidney Klein. l"i Wyeamt pla'a,
Itockan-ay Bea.h. Ka:a Tromen, 35 South
t'srs avvnue, Arverne.
Hattle M-lnlck, M MornlnilUr road.
NEW cAsrs. i
Frla.U OllUion. ::: Cherry itraot; Law
ranco Currort. 190 ElUbqth streat; Louis
Format'. 100 orchard atreet, Irving
Mhl", 2') Morretl street, J Millar.
IfD Stanton -.lr-l. Itudolph Hvllax. :li
Ilanry atr-at, Victoria Male, 13 Varlck
treat; Cather,na lljunay. 441 lti.la.in
street; Kennetii MorUrty, 3) Grove street;
t'harlea Viola, Mcdnual street. K.im
I'lr-'ii'o, 117 Waal lloustun atraet, Helen
JtaynoliU, IJt iftaanwlch street, Jwsapbtna
Contonla. Eaat Kourtaenth atret;
Cora Watklna. Hi Uaat Twcnty.flrst
street, Ida Cohan, 433 .Xcconil ayenua;
M.irUnni Dllllta. 310 Brut Thirteenth
street; Ruth Shnarelolt, iZZ Kaat Thir
teenth etrrat: Leonard Goldberg-. 334 First
atisnue; Louis Luberman, 719 E"t Ninth
slraet; Carl Vogt. 314 West Twantyfourth
street, Anna DaUy, 411 West Twaaty-rlfth
aireat, (lors Mnore, 331 West Slsleanth
treat, Jiun Hrk'h.im, IS3 Wat Twenty
alxth atreat, Matilda Korgosao, 141 West
Twenty-second street; Charlea Dorvy. :0
Waat Twenty-tilth itraai; Allca Connuy,
3SS Waat SUteanth street; Helon Conney,
3iJ West Sixteenth street: Ann.i Corbett,
I 333 Kaat rorty-alghth atnwt; Kdward Sey
mour. 10 Kaat Thirty-ninth streat. John
j Oanaky, ZtH i:aat S-vantlath street; Jama
Mi Avoy. 310 Kaat Slity.lUth aireet; Cath
erine illndojzl. S4 Hrt aenu; Kilts-
b-th Karew. 313 Eat nrty-alxth atraet;
Hasina Hotman. 1'iT'i Arentia A; Marion
KING'S FIRST STORY
HIDDEN, IS CHARGE
Stlelow's Friends Say Iltrlct
Attorney Suppressed Con
fession of Guilt.
HE CHARGES BIG FIIAl'li
Insist" Suspected Slayer lttv
pudUted Yarn He Tulil to
KUzalictli, Linden tioroiigli tinlon county
I'laintlcM. WeHttleld. Ocean drove, 1'crth
Aniboy and Camden,
Tlie number of new cases In New York
Statu outside the city Is now 1.0S3. and
New Jersey's total has reached LIS"
t'oiini'Ctlcut haj abto MUftered, ullhuuKh
not so severely
The oiienlnir of the public rt-hiols of
onkvrs will ho d'luycil until October 1
on account of the Infantile paralysis pl
demlc. There haN-o been 31 cases In
Yonkers. One resulted fatally yesterday,
All persons undtr Zl will be excludvd
from theatres In Montclalr as a prccau
tlon against tho dlseaso. Thu Hoard of
Health has appropriated ZQi) to Inveb
tlguto the dUvasc.
t'lty Haa 103 Xeiv Casee.
ivplte the fact that the numhr of
new cases In New York oily Jumped from
!' on Monday to 1H3 etrday, the
health authorities were not discouraged,
They iioliited out that l.u.t Monday the
number of casjs was ll.'i und that next
day tho figures soared !o 1S3.
The number of new eases Increased In
every borough vatrday, Manhattan
havlnt; 31 rases ns axalnst 43 on the dav
previous, Th Kroinc 13 ai against ,
Hrooklya "4 r.s against 31, Oueetn 2') as
against 13 iml Kichmond 3 as agalnrt
none. Tha deaths Increased from 31
Fifteen children wre dlscharueil us
cured yesterday from hospitals. Four of
these lived In Manhattan, 6 In Brooklyn
and . In Itichinond,
Alrhouith tho death rate In tills epi
demic, 22. 1 per cent.. Is more than four
times that of tho 10T epidemic. Dr.
Kmerson yesterday expressed the belief xmlav, ;:3 Weat lTTth atraet; Kate Shay,
that the percentage of permanent cripples ;i; Waat slt.stxih trt. Arthur Mnr.
will In decidedly lues owing to the care- P''. W "'.e.,t.1:7'i?. . '?' ,vl'",m
I a ,,i .riiiiini..iitM i trw 'iiHii!-.. th,. .n-p p1M Dougherty, 314 Waat ltath atrean Marie
I rm araiiMnuiits to assure the Jilt J care , h UJ Elllt Ninr.thra street:
of all those discharged from tho liospl- ,ulpll DMltk, 49 st. Nicholas avanue; Tony
tnls. A Kicral committee of "follow (Jtr.tltatv 3:t Est lOTih atraet. Jannle
up" work will distribute tho names of re- Potlto. 343 Kast 10lt street. I.eon Ututrar.
covered patients to charitable Instltll- lf Third avenue; Kdward Kail,
tlons In the various districts, and thesol' 'J'"1 I'1:' ! AifraVA'i!
societies will m that the chlldroti re-1 West tt7th atreet: lto. Bochrnn.
celve the most -arfUl orthopuMlIc treat- nt,t mth atraati May Kapulo, 334
nint for two years. No operations will K.it io:d atrat: LlllUn Jado, ur Rjst
In) pcrfirmcl by orthopiedlsts for two 113th atraet; Dales'.aw Blnejltch, 137 Kaat
. vears after the rccoverv of the children. Nlnety-nlnlh atreet. jo.epnine j.oraa,
1 as It Is their belief mat more can be
done by mu.v;le training durlnit this pe-
t'ondltloii uf tin lllatrharned.
years ago In connection with that of boxes was smashaxl
havld Umar. the "Wolf of Wall Street,"
thr were more demands from I-eet for
cah. Lauterbach Is said also to have
nut money at that time, nis total
payments amounting to more tnau
There were scenes of disorder In
Urcene street, llroadivay nnd other
places, where men Mtffku sympathizers ,
attacked wagon driver yesterday. In,
front of Webster Hall In Hast Kleventh 1 The tlfteen discharged patients, who
street, a driver was pulled from his ;ir all under S years, have been quaran
wagon and struck In the face and bod tired In the hospitals for some time since
Policemen charged the crowd und re- their recovery, ns It Is the rule to hold
cued tho driver. The load of paper
;Ui Second avanue
Joseph Curoao, s-3 Morris avanue; Mary
White. 433 E.lt tISth atreet: Joseph Una.
lr. 333 Kaat lSDth street. Mlko Wannlngnr,
4 Kaat 14')th "treat; VlncenJo Certone.
4C3i White I'ulna iienlie, lieruM f teen. 433
('liege uvenue; illrl l)njnii. -''.''I I'ajrnJ
.tra-t, WIM.in. K-.H Ka.t tiOth atraat:
rostuncltm, ;31 vamnreuailg 4v.nur; rim
r. children mull eight weeks have elapsed en. e iiol.lb.rg. tm t'ljnton n ,;";. "l"''
from the time of theonet of the disuse. 5' ' jfa J J H ) if "Jt "Vt , A n na l"o rVa nd ?33;
0 KHe are girls. The department of ijr avenue.
travagant, but which Is now character
ised ns the perfection of virtue.
Sera o Difference Notv.
"I denounced this building programme
two months ago and I cannot see any
difference now. If It wan wrong then
It Is wrong now, and more so, because
since then two great naval Powers have
lost 100,000 tonnage each In battles.
"1 tell you that we aro now In sec
ond place aiuonii the navies ot the
world. I want to cull attention to the
enormity of this programme. It in-
creases within three yearn by more than
$120,000,000 the construction programme
of all the nations on earth for ten years
prior to the outbreak uf the European
war. And yet you say that this country
Is not crusy ; that we are sane and
conservative By this action you are
taking to-day you make the Vnltod
States In dollars and cents tho great
est militaristic naval nation tho world
has even seen."
Closing the debate on his motion to
concur In the Senate building amend
ment Chairman Padgett said:
"I have conferred fieuAientty w'lh ,h
President durlnit recent months and can
say that his whole heart Is In this mat
ter and that ever since last Septem
ber he has advocated a continuous
building programme and a programme
that will meet thu will and wtshett of
the American people. The President has
put the power and force of hi great
prestige In support of this prolamine
nnd he stands, (or It to-day and asks the
Congrees to agree to it and t' 'I" I'
patriotic duty regardless of partisan
ship." A Comparative Table.
The building prrogramme as curried In
the Senate bill u,nd as compared wun
the one year programme authorized by
the House Is as follows:
Senate. Senate, House,
lit year. 3 years. I ynar.
Fleet tubman te tenders
Uunboals . ,
In addition tho Senato bill authorizes
one submarine to Jo eimvpei -
Neff stein of submarine propulsion and
to cost KiO.'lOU. exclusive of armor and
Moth the Senate uml House bills pro
vided that of the coast defence sub
marines authorized threo hn!l have a
surface displacement of about SU0 tons
Members voting against tho big build
ing progrummo wore :
Democrats Ayers. Kansas : Utilley.
Pennevlvunla: Black, Texas: Ulackttion.
Alabama; Huchanuti. Illinois; Uurnutt,
Alabama: Connelly. Kansas; Cox. In
illana ; Dies, Texas : Doollttle, Kansas ,
I'.arrett, Tennessee: IJray, Indiana,
Hardy, Texas, Helverlrg. Kansas. 11111
i.irU Colorado : Huddleston. Alabama ,
Johnson. Kentucky : Kltchlii. North Caro.
Una: McCllntlc, OULihoma; Page, North
Carolina: luminal. California; Shallen
berger, Nebraska : Shouse, Kansas , Sis-
nn v as las nm : s avuen. icxau ; oieeiu.
Iowa; Taggart, Kans.ui ; Tavciiner, Illi
nois ; Taylor. Arkansas; r.iomas, it.cn.
tiicUv: Thompson. Oklahoma: Tillman
Arkaraias : Vandyke. Minnesota ; Wat-
kins, IaJuUlana, and Webb, North Caro
Ilepuhltcan Anderson, Minnesota ;
Campbell. Kunsas; Cranrplon, Michigan,
Davis. Minnesota , Dillon. South Dakota .
Kilawnrth. Mltineta; Haugeli, Iowa
IWlgesen, North Dakota; Holllnssworth,
Ohio: Klnka'.il. Nebraska; Lenroot, Wis
consin, Mor.dell, Wyoming. Morgan, ok-lahom-t,
Neloti, WUconelii, and Young.
North Dakota US).
socialist London. New York (1).
,...ret.irv and Mrs. DirnleN wero in
the House during a larger part of Hi)
4 1 r.
4 1) 4
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Z7 li to
3 J 1
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Albiov, N. y Aug. 15, District At.
torney Knickerbocker of Orleans count,
who prosecuted Charles F. Hllelnw fur ,
the murdr of Charles Phelps nnd Mat.
garet Wolcott at West Shelby, repealed
to-day hi belief that Krwlu King told
the truth when he recanted Ills ronfes.
slon that he and Clarence O'Connell, and
not Btlelow and his brother-in-law, Nil.
son Clreen, nro guilty of the double '
Knickerbocker said that within halt
an hour after King left Little Valley fur
Albion he Informed Sheriff llartlett that
hla statement to Mrs. draco lluinlston
und others was a Ho.
Tho District Attorney, In defence of
Detective Ueorge W, Newton, who claims
to have obtained a confession from Slle
low which was responslblo for lulngliiR
about his conviction, denied that any
third degree ijietliods were used on thu
prisoner on the trli from Llltlo Valley
or nt th Jail here.
One Confession Hidden.
A statement was Issued Inst night by
counsel and other at th Hotel Ma
jestic engaged In trying to save Hlle.nw
from the electric chair in which they de
clared that twenty-four hours after King
made his original confession he repealed
tho same statement to District Attorney
Knickerbocker. Mr. Knickerbocker, they
suld, lias suppressed this second confession.
Those In conference at the Majestic
were Stuart M. Kohn, David A. White.
Stlelow's attorney of record: Huntington
W. Merchant, personal counatd for
Warden Thomas Molt Osborne, and
Mlsha Appelbaum, founder uf the Hu
It was announced that Mr. White
would proceeal lit once to Medina, where
lie will hao full ihmg of the up-State
work III the case. He will le usslated
by Mrs. llumlston, who did not cotno
to New York yesterday.
The statement u given out by Mr.
Appelbaum was In part as follows :
"District Attorney Knickerbocker I
quoted us saying that the confusslon
of King, which must result In the gi ant
ing of a new trial und the ultimate
freedom of C!vu-le F. Stlelow, was ob
tained by Improper means In which
promises of money, .1 reprieve by the
ttovernur und 1 short sentence, for any
crime of which he mlitht be convicted
figured largely. This statement on Its
fuce Is false.
"Anybody with the slightest knowledge
of the character of Mrs. Urine M. Hum
lston. Surrogate l.arUln. Justice Pratt
und Sheriff Noehols, before whom this
cuiifesskin was made, will appreciate tins,
Th cimfeeislon was 11 voluntary one
made by King after having been repeat
edly warned by Surrogate l-urkln of tho
consequences certain to follow such ad
missions. "Not only did King mako the cnife.
slon but tie nmde exactly he same con
fieaslon to District Attorney Knicker
bocker twenty-four hours after ThH
eoond confession has been uppresed
by Knickerbocker. That K wus made
car bo proven by Sheriff Nlcholls. In
whoso presence it was made. Kline's
subsequent repudiation was obtained
after lm had been lu tho Orleans county
Jill for twenty-four hours under the In-
..ueiico of Detective Now ton.
wer overturned. Klot calls were sent to
tne .vicrcer anu r uin ureet police ne.iiin si.ues mai cigiu 01 me ciiuure.-i . Brooklju.
statlomt and the reserve-) called out. ' ha Improved slightly nitice their re- ..,.,,., Walah 10'J Henaan avenue;
Morris Waldman, heud of thn paper -overy from the dle.ife. but of these 0110 1 K,t;ln, Walah, UM Benson avenue;
box mnkers' union, said eighteen ar- cannot walk :il nil, another wears braces jisndel Ur.ittlua, tiilj Cropaay avenue.
I rest hinl leeii reported to him ana th:it nnd a third bpllnts, Two of the other Hmhaal lal.lr, 311 Thlrty-alxth atr-et;
. " J.. l.k r ... l"'-""-- ..vie hoi
nave any uiioe io -w ...... - , j,.a.or!Ion Market court
oriiina- tn nis ). ', . ? T , Krothlngham fined five strikers
charged with disorderly con
him on the telephone and annoyed him They were
" , much that he tlnally went to the Mag- The' were
Istrnte'e Court. There were several du.t.
rostnonements of the cuse and Mr Lau- . ' wl" D
n und that and a third bpllnts, Two of the other ltiprul lal.lr, 3lt Thlrty-alxth atr-et;
Irl nlckcts ' (-even are able to walk, and tho condition Margaret LaCumbe. l Flftj-alxth atreet,
M .ii-. of two others Is good One wears nos- All" Korlnsen. 319 Klfty-aeventh atr-e:.
I' : .... , ..-.a . IK. riU)al,.)
trrttacn nnauy juurneja
Attorney office with his story.
WOULD DISSOLVE EEALTY CO.
Klaca Caaatr Martsjaste Ulreetars
Say Baslaesa Is Jleglected.
On the application of the majority of
the directors of the Kings County Mort
gage Company. 153 Montague street,
Brooklyn, Supremo Court Justice. Crano
signed un order yesterday directing tho
company to show cause on September 27
before Ilefcrce Wllllnm Randall of 111
Broadway why It should not be dis
solved. Thn netltloners allege lack nf Intercut
on the part of some directors snd the
be lenient this time because It
la the first dy," said tho .Magistrate,
"but If disturbances continue tho of
fenders will be more sternly dealt with."
The strikers got pledges of assistance
yesterday from tho United Hebrew
Trades, nnd wero told to tight It out by
organizers of tho white goods workers
union and other trades, who xpoko at a
mxss meeting In Webster Hall.
GIRLS GET TIME TO PRIMP.
Concession uf Teu Mlaule llacb
Averts a Strike.
Ten minutes for primping before going
home at night brought the striking work
ers nf thu muff bed shops, back to work
yesterday. These workers, all girls,
who iiialin tho linings for muffs in
' .lnf. "." . . . -T" .... ' eighteen sh-u of the Muff lied Man...
majority Ol Ul awaniiuara " fe).,rr. Aasocli.tlon. HlrocU fnr 1,1.1,..
, tne secretary neing ;-,..,,,,. V ...
Bed lea of riaat Vtettsss raaa.
CMaatrsTOV, W. Va Aug. 13. The
bodies of five persons, drowned In last
Wednesday's flood In Cabin Creek, were
found to-day satr rarndala, wber UM
imMt loss of Ufa pecurrttt.
uesM of th concern
unable to obtain a quorum at the meet
ing. Other reasons given are th dulnwes
of the real estate market.
The company tm capitalised at $113.
noo, Its assets, consisting of cash and
mortgages, amount to 1314, 7, against
which there la an encumbrance of $::,
13'J, Claim against guaranteed con
tracts aggregate ItSS.Ill.
wages und shorter hours.
They got the Incrcaso In wages from
Vi a week to $14 at the start of the
strike, but they didn't get the shortening
or nours tney wanton. They demanded
a forty-six and a half hour week, lu
stead ot a forty-eight hour week, com
plaining that It took them half of the
evening whi.11 they got home to remove
from their personal appearance the
trace of the day's hard labor. One of
the employers solved tho situation by
Havana, Aug. IS. The French offering to put the quitting time at .1 :50 I
crulier Admiral Aube arrived her to- F. at. Instead ef . thus giving th girl ,
dav from Peuacala. via. tha eotisBt ten minu'es to us powder purrs. They I
Freaea 4'ealeer at Havaaa.
despatches for the French Minister. ( wr aaUifled.
seventh Is entirely well,
1' niiniisslouer lluieisoti said last night
that the Improvement t the end of a
few weeks Is only a friction of what
ultimately may be expected,
Approximately J03,:iiii has been spent
by tho Department of Health In fklitlng
tho epidemic in the. period from July 3
to August ". Of thin amount I'M, 320
was for salaries of e.xtiu phyKldatwi,
nurscf, medical Inspectors, hospital help
ers, &e. : $:'.", !'2 for stipiilles and equlp
liieiit and IU.S20 for tho caru of child
patients In hospital other than the pub
lic hospital. The cunt of children's cure
In tho public hospitals la II3.S63.
Two men wno Have had Infantile pa
raid's gave Iwenlv oiinceH of blood yes
terday nt thn Wlllard Parker Hospital,
from which imiiiuuu scrum will be ob
tained. A not her Adnlt Vlctlai.
William A. Cook, 23 years old, 11 tne
chanlcal engineer, a nephew of Dr. Jo-t-eph
MncDmiald, Jr., editor of tho truer
fciin Joiinuil n Surgery, died yesterday
In the Mlnturn Building of the WllUrd
I'.uUer lIot,iltal of Infantllo paralysis.
Dr. UmeiKOii nald yesterday thst Mrs,
William Clifford K.iy of 600 JSast Nine
teenth rtreet, Klatbusli, and other rest
dents of the vicinity have told him they
Intend to request his Icmov.il because,
thev allege, hu showed preference In al
lowing William S. tShlpley, a city Tax
Co.tinilnsluiicr. living In Flatbush. to
tutu-; bis fuur-)enr-old daughter, who
was suffering from the dlvesee. home
Dr. Kmei son issued a statement show
11.11 la. 1371 Flighty fourth street, .mni
W.iapatoiiea, 1143 West Ninth airaat Mur
g.irat Hsrrett, H Fifth avenuo; M intiel
Jqachemln, 343 Third street: Kohert t!rm.
lev, J3 VanderMIt avenue; Hoaa lieltota,
111 Smith alreat: Hannah HUceia. 17J
Sands atraet; Mzsle Flugan. 371 Pearl
street: Loula Dures. 197 Nvy street; John
Dures. 17 Navy atreaf, Florence Cornell,
iliil Myrtle avanue; Stella Siacaska, ID
Hudson avenua, Tonay SchulU. at Huilaon
avenue: Hnul Wendrask. S! s,''t.''
Fourth atreet: Mary Jareahasaky. 313
!.uth Thlr.l atreat; Katocr Walnbarg, .46
South Third atreal: Thomas Joseph Con
nary. 17 uth Third atreet. Sol. Welnateln,
3SD South r'acnnd atreet; Kdward MlMner,
331 Schutaa atreot; H.lby White, 333 Hod
Joseph fare)', 534 Manhattan avanuei
Lemuel Schenek, S43 Leonanl atreat: Joe
Klelnela. 4 41 Keap atreet; Sylvia Janovr
aky, 314 llrahani avenue; Llusnatn Villi
lama, lot Drlggs seue; MaHon Currsn.
aa Uiifcttl,b uvanuo: John Mailtall, ltl
jacoo rreeiano, ri
snyn -rv Capital Ships Will Sur
pass All Others la World.
WAsmsiiTON. Aug. 13. Ill u htatn-
nient 011 the navy piogramtne Issued tu-
night Secretary Daniels rays:
Tho navy bill carries the largest up
proprlatlon for the nay ever carried In
a slnglo appropriation bill by any cotin
irv. The last naval bill of ilreat Britain
before the war waa und'r Kjii.uiiii.umo
while the bill that has passed the House
carries an appropriation of i;ilo,0i)u,ui
Naval authorities abroad slate that this
authorization will make our nay lb,"
second largest In the world In every unit
that goes to mako a powerful ngMltig
"Tho eight capital ships, four dread
noughts and four battlo cruisers, to be
constructed ut once, will carry me Heav
iest guns and will surpass any capital
ulilpa yet constructed by any nation.
"Probably the best way to understand
the true significance of the thre ear
building programme authorized, Is tn
stale that Its construction, together with
at 41st St,
it'ocKholm 'sVr'aat: Peter .S lit U oth-r ships uulhorlzed under Wilson's
M.r.i.,.. avanua: l Irl j 111 Duatiman. 1301 administration, will cost J1..1, ;, SlHi
St. Marks avanue; LlllUn Womlek, 1701 "u urier to hhow the Increase in re-
he utt Irom
St. Johns puce; nyivi reinsiain, 1.1. Mnt yran 1 pa0 cxanillied me recod
. .. . n, .... . rivl.l IVntf. li?ll ProaDact ... ,
""'". 'ik. ,1.1, ! I Proanact ,JUU 11 ""OWH 111.11 tne 101.0
Sue':! "wly'it mSleTkl. coat of uavnl .craft authorized in the I
. varonica zumaai. 227, iirovt airsat; ouuui viiiuai ocuou 1a a iwiiua.. t.ui-
I Ing tbe ofUctal procwlur necesiary
Arthur oariner, .a. urove ireai; .-ru p,. (pe jicninioy-uuorcveii. lour ears,
Holof. 1791 Hatgan atrt: Olive l"r,n' $10T.00ti.ota; during llw Itoosevelt, four
l&.Vr ''""WeVp Jears. $13.11,. I.UW: during the , Taft tour
avanuei John Van Wasterlng. 177 Prospect jeais, $ 127,74 . ,1 1 J ; during the Wilson
traet; Ann Weltman. 3M Weet Tenty- gdnilnlstratlon. M53,:S3,S0I. 1 give tho
eighth atreet: BaymonJ Bernett. 31 ,,) authoilrntlone by each admlulstru-
f.u.i.,-n tn-.l rnrtv.aecoml atraet! tlon.
liar.on Fraedman, lJ rorty.secona
""u'rothy UklJmore. t31 E. Nloety-lhlrd
treat; Jennie Rubenaalald, 311 Snadtkar
avenue; Aaron Lenkomky, 113 Saratoga
avenue; Wora iiosentnai. ' ja. . , '
toga avenue; Frld Matthias Lurls, 6M U3tadrU yesterday,
Mother of Ka-ypt'a Snllua Die.
Cairo. Aug. 15. The mother of Hus
sein Kernel Sultan ot Kgypt, died at
You men who picked the
last weeks in August for
your vacation certainly
have it soft.
Here we've reduced a lot
of blue serge suits, and
what's more practical for
all 'round vacation wear?
To say nothing of hnrd
every day wear when you
Just as fine values among
the men's Summer mixture
suits, especially at $20 and
Rogers Peet Company
at 13th St. "The at J4th St
"Greatest" Shoe Store
Cordovan Low Shoes, now $5
Wing Tip Cordovans, $5.00
Ming Tip Russia Calf, t. 85
Very Dark Mahogany
Hath Reduces Irani 7.
Russet Calf Oxfords, $2.15
Were S3.50. Nearly all sites.
White Canva Oxford, $2.25
Wllu Hy llubber Heie and Ileal.
Sneaker, rubber sole, 79c, SI. 25