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2 t THE EVENINGWORLID TUESDAY MAY71907 I i
CORfY MAr Bt
FORCED nUT Of
STEEL TRUST
Business Associates Said
to Be Displeased Over
His Conduct
DEFIED CONVENTIONS
< ii
r Epect tMan in SemiPublic
t Poi1ion Observe Standards
= ofPropriely Says One
William JEHI Carey will not lone eon
tlnue In Un presidency of the Mteil
TrB l after his marrWce to xis tbele
ps Oilman say reveial Wall rr j i
aiti are usually
whose financial forecasts
raid tn he Inspired Though on the very
eve of hts morriMie tn tn aetrws Sir
Ftrey wai reelected to the presidency
ot Out Tnlled State Steel Corporation i
lI1I fact Is nat Intc red A s n Indori I
Ctfce nt of Mr CorYs onluct hut a a i
matter ot TrIAL elUlu tle I
T J > rrt4iPnt Clrer reeleetlon li Also
looked upon as a subtle hlntilo him to
4 t oul as gracefully ai possible Tn
t rumor that he wa to btnrOdOUt ot
t the presidents chair has been bqvitlilug
j back and forth betnesn rilt bure nd
Hew York for many months Always It
jf tln been followel by denltla forniilly
Juutd by directors of the coirpny
In UI eVe
The tactics were adopted
r 31 > ame
rCAr ot Churlts M BohwaA
The notoriety that has hell Mr Corey
nO > e 44m4w4c4uoxt 1h4nJsr
w
fs said to be even nuife tll trs3lns t I
thi Blest family than the notoriety stir
red up by sir Bchwab In hla European
Junkets That his associate have not
f a 5 hJa family has become reconciled to
hi marital troubled and his romance
WVy with illss Oilman tall been reported
y from a dozen different sources Of
course It has been as frequently de
nied that his personal Affairs are lie
concern of the Reel Trust of whkh
be Is the official head nerthI i
the persistency of the rumor tml Mr
Corey Is no longer persona jrrata In
the billion dollar company proves that
there Is mOre than Idle speculation bark
of the prediction that he will soon be
forced out of the prwldent chair
In financial circle It Is raid that
he will got out very quietly and with
1 all the low pona rou dignity tI
n > at > d In lIch hth financial moves
f I Whether he will become stricken with
nervous prostration afld resign bocaus
r tt o i rreble health and overstrain la a
t matter of pure zuzs AVall str lt Ionics
II forward to some rucJi development
I wiUUn a few months after the Corey
Oilman wedding To have failed to re
t elect him to the presidency nould have
a been an acknowledgment that tild rx
lecultv officer of the gnmtest cwnbl
ir nation ot capital In America had put
jjlilmsulf in such a position as to requlo
t fi disciplining This would have reflected
t I upon tho trust and the Kl1un of its
y directorate In II aelretlon ot executive
heads It would also have caused an
i unpleasant sensation lo the financial
rf world
t That Ireildent Coreys romance with
I Ml s Oilman has not > t n winked at and
jitifed over IU uanonny of HraU oon
CO ild ratlini was atittid todAy by a man
1 who It prominent In the executive de
Vi J partment ot the United State Mice
1 V nrat1ofl Hf Hjd
t A mitn ociup > lnK a position as ex
allt In the buslnees world u that ot
1sLdsnt of the United Biaia HIM
Corporation or 1rtstilent of the Penn
L sylvania HoJlroail ur any slmlUr snnl
r nubile ro Ulun Is X > ecled to oW rre
till ordlniry form ut propriety lu is
5 eivcmd to ottairve a uniform dignity
L of oonJuct In private as well u puallu
life What may Iji ld to Jw purely
L twrional nrlaira In ULI CUb ot lost COB
eotcuous nun cannot bt so consJdmrtj
t In tab Cx I lt 11 UuMlnK MKitlon of
t Seat prominence
Public ultlilal are rniulrx to fol
r lowcertain < t tjlIdr ot dignity In
their privet use Te > u c tins t
It the public al large iio doss the tx
icull otUtr il a liteal r oinUoH
t1l1 lisji hundnd ut liiouxnd ut
steeXholder owe la ic ublc the ub
r Zlrvance uf high staMard of pereori l
cenduot There MI some mn IIOM
r w ever who illtplay a iiMinlncem rture
gard of siKli rule of conduct They
> ea along on liii hrOotd theory that tin I
I affair of heir employer art the r
own affairs and UMt their own affaire
f are their on i affelr and not Inr ftalr
5 of their employers Mr fteliwab tot
lowed HU nrlnrlplt with the r4ult
1 ilIltt tie left III servlee of U e company
jew U > I pretty Senate thai IIT
1noA who Oil uoh a Position and dl
rakrd the ordinAry sundard of pro I
tleLy Is cute sooner or later to flnl
WI p411OII 100 unoonnforiaiiU 10 iuy
t aptears crtaln that Mg Corey I
rati4 Mt Olknan will btv to be war
t rW by A rlrfXtnn ouield Uielr re I
I pooUV fstIltt Mr I 05y II an ICp
uaiten n < l M > M Oilman u II bellttid
SlWrrw lj the tnet of I hi Homan
JSJoTlr fhoKh lll mulfter I
1 ta ooull
we 5 talI clerifyman will IIIrrr
4Ov11 I 8 epeIJI W1sl II < < t
ggson i I lI 11 at hull tr t i i
4 to wrry a Jlvorr J per n II I
sry I < > e n I f 4Ij
If D he 1nl h U f Hi r lIaI1O
1 4 abe 4iore 11 wti < i the r jocj
11 iDt rl r1 I dOA
UIIt tl 0 s h tmet
COCA NE BILL NOW
GOfcS 10 GOV HUGHES I
I 1 I Th KxUb W r a i
1I LIJ4a 1u 1Th > Laid n 1
1 sd Xr n iil > snags ¼ t i > i to s bi I
pot an 504 I i ili i sin 11 nn
g l f T in u i1 ii mm
a ta the Ouicniv I < r MI I tttur
tSfl
n SI
111 1 ILt In p
II 5 rrrlpllo uf t or I
fthlrI
BARBARA KRUPP BRIDE
OF GERMAN BARON
i + I j Ir
S I iImu T Ilie
I i i i ilvsJ wAflst
isIFL 4 1 si VIiii Jii4
I lIr45
i1 Ma4 oiie
IRISH HOME RULE
BILL GIVES ONLY
I LIMITEDPOWER
House of Commons Is
Thronged When Meas
ure Is introduced
DUBLIN COUNCIL OF104
People Elect 82 and King
Names 22 Government
Holds On to Police
IONPON May Tlfle Irish blll de
lcn < xl t8mM lIeU iinair t 1rih
Horn flute wg Intrnlurrd In the Houie
I of Common today by the Chief Has
I rotary for Inland Mr Illrrell In the
presence of an audldnoe Wiloh crowded
every corner of the chamber
The bill provide for the establish
ment and function of an administra
tive council for Ireland with head
quarter at Dublin
Mr IMrroll nxplalned that the ob
ject or the Mil wn to associate the
entlmxnt of the IrlMi tKople aa a
whole with the admlnUtnutlon Ue
tatute and the regulations which di
rected the conduct of purely IrUh al
fairs
It did not contain any trios of new
lodilaine pontr It would not au
thorize the levying of a olngle tax or
rate
rateThe department coming under the
control of the ropootd Irish Council
would be the loonl government board
the Department of Agriculture ta son
g ted districts Hoard of Commission
irrof lnbttc Work aM NvUoaaJ
Education tne Inspector vf tho Roo
formatory and Induitrlal Schools and
the IlezlslrarOeneral
The Supreme Court Judicature the
Royal Irish c netobulary the Dublin
Metropolitan police the Land Com
minion and the Prisons Board IIOuJet
remain under th control of the Im
venal authorltlts
A representative aJmnltra < tre coun
ell consisting of eightytwo elected
and twentytwo nominated members
would be established Th latter would
bi nominated for the first year by th
gins and thereafter by the lord Lieu
tenant of Ireland
The elected member would b elected
on a local government franchise
h The Under Secretary for the Lord
leutenant of Ireland would be an tx
officlo member of the Council which
would have complete control of the
powers vested In the department to be
handed over to its care
Kor financial purpose eight depart
ments would be created
A certain annual turn to be fixed by
Parliament every five year would b
charged to the consolidated fund and
paid In to a separate Irish tun
A special Irish fund to amount to a
little over rJ > OOOCOI yearly would te
Created
REVOKE PERMIT
TO OPERATE SWAN
BOATS IN PARK I
Commissioner Herrman
Explains It Is in the
Publics Interest
Following UM livening Worlds ei
pose of the trail and iiej character of
Ihe Central Perk iwaBbola park
Commissioner Moaee llerrman toy I
revolted the 11 < na uf Arnold Tlich tin I
i
GOncen Sri
Cotninta > on r llerrman In hli Inter
lo Mr Tisch Mid that In View of Ih
fatal upttlnc ti Mt on Sunday
when sixteenyearold Mary Murphy
was drowned the public inttrest
would heller < o conserved br tit revo
cation at lb permit
Mr TlMh said Mat h did not know
wkat hi oould do until he had Men bll
lawyer and would not say whether hem
i
em > lmpa < 1 any action
I
STRUCK BY BASEBALL
SUNDAY DIED TODAY i
Never Recovered Consciousness i
Afier ihe Accident Will Be
No Irowcution
Josh T Hheetwn sixteen yearn al <
Jo tlO Arthur avenue the Bronx 4J14
la fordaom Hospital u 4r ct juilt
u llne4 Wile plIII beJl In a v
ram Oti0flS hU home last tluaday
Habert Marvin on of BhMMn p4 fl
mite wua mrI404 aa a teabulM
lertji of hIM b4 there wtll b4
I no pnteaviiUon as the asia wa a ol
dental
p qhan was iaicilB aDd rc iurvg IInr
v l is M botilns A wtfl line Wl feito
Mrvln ti struck t > e hii M U
loll i ni > le tr4 LXurlrw IH skult fs
iliMppM u lite n un r unwnMulu anJ
ne v r rsdIrIu4 ole om o
NINE KILLED AS TORNADO
DESTROYS TEXAS TOWNS
alolNT IlrahANT Tra Ma > 7
I llrv > UilUK U li In iz iiI fc i
HIUU III I u I > > ru4 Will It rp t
Nutlii liJ lale teeiiiiU The tonns
uf ittgeF Hid Ktiilrlxlil tri
inl > 54 1 4 StatS r r i > urlwi iirac
Vll dtruy4 rk and 1111
III t istdd se4 dfft art
I
= W v414s4 a
of
CITY COLLEGE
HAS SIXTIETH
ANNIVERSARY
Ceremdnies Held Today
in Buildings About to
I Be Abandoned
The Cortege ot the city df New Vork I
began the rrlqrntion of Its sixtieth an
nlver ary this morning at ten nlftcle
Uroeusa tne college U about lo o cup <
Ihe now buildings on Washington
Heights UKI terrmonles sito more elab I
oral than ordinarily Ei clal tribute
wan pJ l tj the momory of Town fnd
llarrle one of jhe founder of the co
Itue arxt th nrst Untrtoon Copsui and
afterward illnleter to Japan In honor
of whom OTIt ot Wanew hlILLnf Itaa
t > ion named
Drier R44reaes liy speakers ropresent
InK the city the Stat and Ute nation
wen delivered Following the morning
excrciseo a ptlcrimace W IA made to
Weshlorton JUIrht by the tudent
body nrhcre a presentation of flan em
lematlo ot city Stat and nation Will
made
In an Introductory iuldi > u by Prra
dent John W Dnley of the folloe
M nxnUoned that It < > ntly prlMt bd
besit rtc fIT < I < S by the PoUefr Including
lie oRlclal p4 > r of AIr llfrrl w111J
III Jnpon a pioture of fti bulln
about to be abandoned bofor a brick
u rued and a 110000 donaUon from
a xantletnan whose Identity wa to ro
tmUn secret
Prof Compton of the first muluaUnR
olau epokt and among otlur thlnffi
a34 d UiM In the year 234 5 her wiui an
awful fun beoauM the educational ex
mse4 for Uiat year hAJj > eon UaOOX
Vow the city demand IJIdXtOOl a year
and not much f heard of 1f
Patrick F MoOowwi Pronldent of t ie
IJoord of Alderm addrd the
miren of the city tag I giving a brief
history and cUrlnr that 1000000 out
of the 4CWCOO Inhabitants of the city
were In tf lal lirnoranoe of It
Itlchard Watson Glider dotlvrrd a
brief addreaa appropriate to State cit
lunfl1tp
Former Secretary Shaw Speak
LeHe M haw former a cr larr of
the Treasury addressed the bearer of
the national flu He prefaced his
beech with 1M tory of Tom Bawyer
aiftk Twain hero when he oJd In
l reply to the query aA to hi name Tom
Baryer Is the name I wu llckrd by but
thoc who lore ma call me Tom
The Secretary of tho Treasury Is the
nm the newnt > ap T licked me by
Mid Mr minw but then trim love me
caB me a lemon I
Referrlnc to the flag Mr Shaw said
The hl het love w can have for 11 li i
the unselfish ttAdfatn i to It that
hopes not for personal advancement
Make a fortune under the flag If you
can Hold office under It If you will
Jlllt never allow the conilfl r tlo > s to
altr your undying fealty to and love
for It
Commlnloner Watchorn addressed the
audUnc while the tint American flag
raised In Japan a present to the collexv
waved In front of them Mr Watchorn I
said of our flag that It was being waved
tn livery wiuntrr under the un and In
sited that jostle must characterize our
dealIngs with ouulde nation In order
that It may be always respected 1
ALDERMAN PETERS
CANT STOP HEARING
Justice Thomas Decides That Inde
pendence League Can Go
Ahead
Bupreme Court Justice Thomas of
nrcoklyn denied today the applleatlon
d Alderman Henry Clay Ieleta to hav
made permamhl a temporary InJunclKm
mtralnlnc the Ind rpind tvro 1etgus
from hearing charges against him with
a view to ejpeln him from Uie
County Commit
Ieters urged that a s he l > A public
servant only lh public couil heal
chargMi jr lnt him Juitlro Thom
however deoldcd that tho Ind endencc
Lvague could KO uhea4 with Its rthirceo
aiaind the M o U Alderman who
Was IrnHcti1 for prjury a few days fcxu i
In conrvctlon with Ute bribery ohar <
against AUl rnmn Vllllam 8 Clifford
TO PROBE COHALAN
CHARGE AGAINST PAGE
1
AMUNY May 7 The Renal Uilal
eftrrioon unanlmously adopted th
amended rtMullon of 6etuUor aPge i
pnwldlng tot an Investigation br the
9 < nltt Judiciary Committee of the
elatrment mad laet Thur dy nIght
during tho roll call In the KeUey calf
py Senator C blan CDcnlOl1ratl who
said in substance that a year ago Rn
ulaf Fag got down on hi knees end
berged Jllnorlty r + nfar GraJy ta help
J11U11 s M iuge TK Mil and That
Senator Pig t according lo nmuir
I wa nrtliig C5 roun e4 for the Alhd
j Real Estate Inlsrcsu I
Th anifndmrnt ohong tat persnn
tel of tr lnv Uratlng ooniniUlte fnvn
a sie1i committee of three to ire
Brntte Judlrliry CommUtes
MOUSE THE THIEF THAT
I GOrE MOND RING
I to Th Bv6lir W rt41
I Wil Ah U Ia > 7A ITHM4
I aa dl re4 today to be the thlf
ao slut a diamond ring orlh JAlJI
wnlrli Ma prxienle4 lait Mav to Miss
I pela Man Iallt > oC tffl oily who JJ
ae
t4 Queen Uf the Wfl e1arrl Pen 1
snsUai
I The ring > ti mlud Sfvera dUe ago
aria ill QU nl1I IMil f4ACS4 II lit
a hamt hf upon i 4reieet Ti her
r
roim This nurnfii
olnr hr MM a mur I
I jun the ireirr It cinn r d Ini i a
Ilili lute In on iirn r ol thi rom
and me uptor ihji IlLS rodent
lie I if fiiid upon her
Th II i t Im up Land ml llIe
Cl 1 II II IIilIl Sj we toulld
I I HUGHES SIGNS BILL
I FORCING PRIMARIES
1i451 is Tu Kiutai Wartt
AUIANV ilsy IQuv JUghe o I
day sIgu4 Aaublytnau tinrnrtla
Wli walsh wall sunipl ike I
10 hllll 9rftai N p5
t M wl l U UU 111 11M
PJJ 1Jifr Ji
I
c S
I
S
a
NEARLY 7000 MEN OUT NOW
SAY LEADERS OF THE STRIKE
AeoonllnK to the ntrlkdni the number of loiiBuhorcmtn out on the
I different stmmiitili nnd dock compnnlCR plera In na follows
i linnoiiKN
ItamtniriAmerlcan lot BcandlnavlanAirterlean itt
J HollandAmerican IM I North Gorman Lloyd MO
PhoenU ISO
I lloltrdam 00 I Ttl1 iII
UHOOKI
I hush Terminal Company JU JOlhr companies eitlmalrd alJ00
New York Dock Company
W3 Total jjoo
MANHATTAN
White Alir MOI Yard
nd Star 101 lId
french SX1 Total TTI
I titalfO f IIK
nrani MO
r
STRIKERS FIGHT POLICE
r000 HOLDUP TRAFFIC
Continued from Flrnt Pap I
eti n the JeiTbwen Company private
detective at No 124 Broadway haa
already sent lOO men La the idli
nharve In Btalen Inland and to th
flush terminals In Brooklyn
Green Hands at Docks
The breaker were nil green mimi
grants newly anded who know noth
ing about handltnK freight Mot ot
them went to the Hush terminals
where 00 of their countrymen had pre
ceded them yesterday
TOe itrlkfl leader undertook to cir
cumvent this by complaining that nt
lrt ten tUgs wr envuered In this
traffic In violation of the regulation
which prohibit them from carrying <
poaaerurers It is said some of the of
fending tiLt captains may lose their
charter
Along the Brooklyn wharves about
00 negro trlkbreaker nowy Imported
from the ouUi wr doing their best
today to make Inroad on the heaped
I
up mquntnln of frtlcht I
The rst victory Sat the ithlcecs
CAm when Ml men returned to work
at the tour North Ulver pier of the
Southern Pacific Kallroad The men
had been more moderate In their de
mand than the majority of their fellows
low They asked an Increase at t
cent an Hour for day work and 10
cent at nlgnt AUrm by the con
Kestlon of freight the company capitu
lated
atII wo announced that th Cynard
line expected aeveral hun4nod negro
trikebreaker to arrlv from a South
ern port this afternoon Btrlkeri threat
ned that the appearance of the black
would ha a signal for trouble
No Btrker Desert
At a big meeting of the itrlkert to
y In Ilrunwlck Hall West and
Eleventh itltet It was stated that
I
There had been no derrtlona from the
rarki Th Italian who In previous
irnubles bad always been the first to
break away and return to work were
said to be landing fait Moreover It
was Hated thai the strike leariet ex
pected to Invoke the contract labor law
to too the nonresident crews of the
linen from dolns longshoreman work
ashore
May Refute Passengers
It wa announced at the Hoboken
IOoo PUPILS IN
SCHOOL FIFE GET
OUT LIKE ARM II
Heal Fie Drill Given to
Inspector Who Came
to View
Dr Joi > h 8 Torlor Inspector of
SchOOl In the II ron x went to Mount
Hope School Nu 2L at Anthony Mhd
Tromont avenue today to eonduot a
fire drill Jiwrt about the limos he got
there a real Art occurred and the JCO1 I
pupil Rave him a splendid exhibition
of how much they knew about the drill
without any preliminary aa litsno on
his part I
Borne iteunfltteri wee at work In
the basement of the big flvetory
building which cover almost an eta
tin block when the flame of their I
gasoline lemp set Hre to lb felt peck
lot underlying the ubntol laym
about a joint The burning felt sept
great aloud of bad mlllni smoke up
through the building As the wood
work Ignited the todd cent of
Uiislnx pin olio fund the olosirooms
Mis ilylmnn In charge of room No
U on the third floor was the first lo i
notice th moke iShu calttd bit pupils
to attention and leaving them In
charge Of monitors mi telephoned to
th Mnllor t > ald Oisey5r ud u the
principal iMuiI Uitardslex Than ih
i rang the auxiliary aLum in IBs build
Inc At Ihe bang of the twin gong
I ltd IfCetXM save tbe aInals and tate
t0 Lh4ldr n lined up and marched
down ISiS stair In perfect i < rdcr Just
ai they hsJ ben taught uo do at drill
Dr Taylor Hie principal Its janitor
and Ike leaalter led by Mia Ileylmao
and Mla llargrov naodlfd tot children
with ihe aid of lbs monitors Two
I l Ucmen who hud run MI ttte sound T
its gjnir K Un whu tie In 11 uinu
IllrN n UaA who a an pail
llon4 lbw tl M M the deori aim
cheeked sa lndeu > < lowuj e uC
ai Iba IWt1 dIed uul tutu the epi
rand 50W tb Hlndow uf Ut baa mai
tomlllMi saiuk
I Tit Are agin i and the rtierrf frtm
UK Tiemoni Aicnu tfiailon arrived la
rattLer llHl IBe iiceinn weit uul
It
B e4nd lind Ib flrmn Iul Ile uus
oil wltrt a IrllUnii lea > l > r Tatur
went awAy riiuiulelely MllsHed with LM
fl rlfll a 5 II lreIIei Ml Oil ulg
Mousil 1I h t
ANOTHBR 1000000 SENT
Tiiruugb tbe local ub1rgsur
rl1 tl Il lbrrlrJ lo
i dy Uipre b ep Wt1ii tr B ftfrta tl flu
Piamdsi HlMJUrt M c441llon tu Itie
II wWah was Iraaifefrei lo that
I p9l H ttr Uy
u
fAir If the ot the HollaniAmorican line thl
atrikrs
r won their demands the
compajiy would put ballast In Ita ships
l hJu
an handle only Passenger business this
summIt since the low rate for cajry r
In freight precluded the possibility of
Paying the
etcvejore any more than
they had bee0 getting
Th only most at sork
me iok on the Hoi
landAmerican dock tdday
dok tday were eleven
ahenanioei who tried clumally to
Kt the bo rage out of a mall liner
which had Just come In The freight I
In the hold had not bn touched
The lUaburgarnericen line managed
ro retain Porno of be steVedore through
i the morning but at noon nearly all of j
them quit dtsplte a poatej notice warn IiI
ing
them
I nc that no man who went on
strike coul dever againwork for the
i company
i 8ui > erlntendeflt Penfiell of Ih WhIte
Whi
Star line met h atrlklrur lontrahore
mn this morning for a conference but
I refused to ocoede to their demand
C pt Wnt on ott Cunaid Unenrrd I
Sur otit > r Miuil of the French
line also received deputation of tho
striker but neither mid would mAke
concessIons and the conferences did no
good
Pennsylvania Hand Join
Three hundred men employed n rot 1
loaders at the three North Itlvcr piers
of the PmnsjJvans unexpectwllr
tJvah unupeltlT
Joined tho ranks of the strikers thl I
afternoon As they do not get a much
money ai the lonIOhorml1 It had not
been expected that they would Join In
lin movement
The Bavanrmh line which II short 41
men b closed lts pier gates and
hung on them the len No Frelglit
Received The City of Columbu of
this line sailed thl afternoon but she
took back with her
to blt hP the ump cargo
which she brought north lUggage and
pnrlnhable freight nw on the Savannah
dolt la being handled by about
hndle abut 10
Italian
Despite the landing of 10 many of the
DowenPot Convpany1 trlt breakers
at the flush nr1 not
one of the
thirteen vessels lung thee sailed to
day Of the thirteen
n five were dus to
leave port before night
1200 SUGAR MAKERS
STRIKE AGAINST TRUST
Complete TisUp Refineries in
Williamsburg Threatened a
Movement Is Growing
A strike that threatens to Involve
r thousand of enployees In the ttrta
Irtd
roflnerlM of the American Hugar refin
ing Company In Wllllarniburg is well
under way It tnod Ut evening
alien 0 men walked out beauae their
demand for an Increase from 1 cent
an hour to M cvnt an hour WM f
fufed About HA more men struck thS
afternoon and 11 additional striker
are expected to Xn tlio mnh at mid
night <
The men are unorgnnlseid but Tim
othy Henley the labor union organizer
has completed arrangnments to form
what chall be known as the Sugar
Workers fnlon at Palace Jlall Grand
IrMt Wltllamburg tonight The
semlmant of the enrployee of the big
IIUJa house along the Wllltamahurg
river front la bitter but there has been
no disorder
This ls the busiest tim of the year
for Ihs reflnerlee A majority o the
worker are foreigners unable to un
derstand KnglUh o pak It but agl
talon who are fluent In foreign tongues
have enthusliira worked them to a high pitch of
Already the reserve of four pre
cincts are on duty at the gatsi
Fatally Hurt by Fal
Whll at work o a building at Tw n
tylxlh ureet and to rut Hirer to
day Jot in Splash fortytwo year old
of No t24 tiatt Clevanth trtt ot his
fooling and tel elx atorlei U Die I j
walk 1 rer lvrd Internal InjurU and i
wa takei t > Dilleiur with SlIght I
chance for recover
iRUN ON A BANK
STARTS RIOT IN
SPRING STRtfT
Depositors in Italian Bank
Scared by False Reports
About Concern
i
There irm a run on the Itnlan Bank
ot the Cfty of New X wki A LAfoyetl
and Bpilng streets today that re
quired the pretence of thq rriervcv
from the Mulberry street elAtion and a
Tore of detectives from Headquarters
tp promt 1 serious panic When the I
bank opened more thAn a thousand
snouting Italians beslosed the doors and
taught their way to the paying teller
window
Ttwucn the bonk ii entirely solvent j
and has more than ItKWto 1n deposit
the publication of the fact that one of
It employe had embersUd a mall
sum of money es < jtted the Italian col
On to frn y An lan newspaper
made a senMtlonal report of tin em
bezzlement Refunded the Cash I
The trustee of the nitik mot yester
dav oid refunded to the bunk the smell
amount stolen by the eruplojae Th < n
the Stile Banking Department was no
tified and an examiner mt to the bank
The examiner according to J E Way
land couniel for oe concern reported >
that the Institution tias entirely solvent i
and that lie recurltlee were iiitedseL I
This tQtero nt wa polled In the bn
but I did not to the run
d3
The conviction powesaM the dO
positor that the bank was In trouble
and they fought each other to gel to
the one paying teller window to draw
their money out At this one window I
Jj only J > oe lt > le to pay out HOVH a
147 and the bnk had sOverAl time j
that u In aish to meet the rUn I
to < iny
toWhen
When the crowd surrounding the bank
became noisy and manifested an ugly
disposition to itoitn the door 1ollvi
Hfndquartrr was notified and the re t
serves from the ilulberrv street na
tion sent out 3eveni Italian detec
tive accompanied the reserves and
went among the excited depositor 1
dravorlnc to soothe them and set thnm
straight A to the condition of the
bank I
Officers of the Bank
The hank was organized In JW and
the following I a Hit of 1C officers
Joseph N Prancollnl ilrullnt
Dmenlco SJIalno First lt4Irll I
dent Jlrcco M Maraco R Hinil Vlre
President J T Sl elnl TreJiurer and
PAKjuale I BAmonelll Secretary
Mr AValnil attorney for the bank
aid after the rim had atartrd today I
The theft from the bnnk n ia very
mal nnd Insignificant The mono
wu quickly refunded The pi > hiri < l <
of the derilutlon wa worded with the
drlllxTnH Intention of Injuilnj tn
hank and WRJ rerx > n lble for th run
The bMnk I ready and able t par dol
lar for dollar to the depositors I haa
ample piwh on hind to mPll the run lr
aeveral day and Iti rurlile arc of
inch a nature that they can be turned
into Ash lmm llat > lr
Compliments Bank
J F Vajland counsel for the snk I
to gave out trie fnlowlng 11r 1
sued by one of the New York little
Imnk Uentlemen examiners i
UnlMfn I
I herewith prrienl to you a fAt I
ment or till asset and llalbllllic of
> our bunk ns futinit 1 me A the 1
examination Just completed
funslderlnc the ileprecUtini In val i
ue ot the curllle nwe4 by your
In Itutlim I ruiiKrnlulaU you upon
Iln
Uie condition of your bank since my
lat examination In June WA You
have had a lose by the dishonesty of
an employee The amount of the
In has been ascertained by me and
you han made good the entlr
amount out of jour own private
means without any hope of repay
ment to you
lly so doing you are entitled to the i
thank not only of the depositors
but also of the Hut Department
which 1 have the honor to represent
You respectfully
M W HUTCHINB
Joseph N FraneoUnl President of the
tank I one of the most widely known
bnk
Italians < l New York He Is a member
Ialan nord of Kduwiton and was
recently decorated by the King of Italy
In recognition of his service for his
fellowcountrymen In this city
ALLEGED CAPTIVE
DOES WI APPEAR
Mildred Naugntan the alleged propri
etress of a disorderly house In Sixty
fifth Ufet raided last nlglit by police
of th WH Hixtyelghth Street ta
lon a complaint of an Inmate was
held In UOO ball for examination
Thursday by Magistrate Kernoohin In
Lbs Wait Hide Court today The women
en and four men taken In the raid were
dUohorgtd
The young wnnan who complained
that she lud bun held a prisoner In
the house for week failed lo appear
this lid told them the police stid that
she wu Charlott Leonard eighteen
> rr of age and married of No
llrltaln fnnn She declared they 4d
tnat sie had hen Induced to com to
Inn by promise < a good job
m
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J T STOP POLICE
I INJUNCTION I
Boxing Promoter Says
He Will Bar Em fromi
Club ToNight
Itjrl navli to 1art L of the Su1
prcme Court till ofternaon drnled tilt
application IQr an Injunction mau iii
Illlly liltpeV rontolldated Athletii
Club Thptnrllliii dlnloiurri ish L
Vrre to be rrwUf in rrrarvl to U n utrr
ferenct of politics In the conju ig of
boxliiK clubs lulled to timterlallt At
Iqrney IMllif t Adams fur Umer
tailed laput on the glotes with Assist
ant Corporatlon Counsel IArreU 01
thoucti he dUrouried to Ibe Justice on
hla tryouts Mtkillintr ID the rUne uf
Jilo phralcil deVelopment
Mr Aden attacked Inspector Walal
who mad tin umdavlt that he was a
m lbuof the Kluier gymnasium at
Hxtyftftb atrct end ISrpadway and
that the rfmnoBlum and Ui cltb were i
rprmte IruUtutluns Mr Adam In
Ulcatvil that VuUb aa a incmbec of the
EliVT organization must be telllna un
lLIIiaeif as a club niembvr Hn also
quoted coplou frum Justice uynor
Juallre Uavi Mid that ma ciutom of
court of equity enjoining p llou u
highly reprehensttle to him 1IQ that
the club would baa > to lajk iiewhese
fur an injunction He gave Utter some
l > rUn advice about remaining Inside
the Uw and all would be nell
Elm r In laavlmr said that the club
would convene behind ckned ilo > r > to
nUht for an exrutU aestn and no
n
ICOP would be ndnvlltert Au altec t 0
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Park Tilford
Tc of famib in tow
and o o town prefer to deal
with Park Ttlford be
cause of the greater variety of
their Stock and ihe more rigor
oui rule inured on maintain
ing the purity and t eat
S quality ctsenlul i all Food
J Products for the Family Table
Eziencicd tree oolol town dVIiTeriej b
fnijKt a Cpu Complete c I
logo 0 Uwrg pncei IO Household
me b ofdniej Mill be Oil lent
YOU Mail and Telephone ord sic
crIed carr and Immedialr allrofaen
lV
I ubii autl II lf4S4ItieoffPttlC0t
ntan alps e made op Isis mind lo bur
L lt rand cnl after be bd bees
ttuux hr exollfllani prices elcete Isete
SPECIAL for tiiis WEDNESDAY
CHOCOLATE COVERED in
SMYri A FIGSPOUND IOe
CHOCOLATE ICE CREAW r
CARAMELS POUND
Park Row 81 tp no
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INTEREST AND DIVIDEND
NOTICES
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Airrmn otion PI umpany o Mar 1
IIOI l cij 1 a M II annual iH1nd t t
nrrt ror i mi itoa tie lrtfrrl
Klurk ul the < uiiMiir p rabl Jun l
II1T al I lUnklnr flout of IVnlow
Lnr 5 iimwuiv ftl OUr Street 4w
Votfc fly ma 1rrfnrrt Aoc TniMtr
hooks f Ih OwifKir will tx oloee5 n
1 b
Mar 14 lOT I X P M inS 0 rernalo
ctoest unll jai loll A I < i 11 M olQ
e Jt tnt r HAUII iltary I
HEsaWAWrgPFEMAL
tSIIn lu11 4lul tor
Hint 1i east rtfllln Apply 10 A
nve A wilh rstsrvwp
OlltL ant il to ran for vtrtltti l tr i
fllr aM tniwr 5lrfle tajarr 15 la
r A JNaMjta
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SHIRTS
nUT ttIIC8 IZlrCOT
MAKING CABY TIT LONG
WEAR WHIT AND CaCti
5Ivt MNCY PATTCRNB
C ru 8 SUMS n 115t
r ee ltll n
CLUCTT PEABODY d CO
NflIs CC oS eLao
High time for low Shoes
TJ5 Lambrt land is just i
right right style durable I
comfortable perfect fitting i
No gnping slipping or tall I
ing away ° at ankles and
heel Thry CfIuUdc on
low sho lasts thats whY
t5e leathers arc the finest
that money can bUnnd
we have cVcry correct sort
Six dollar values through
and through
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Our Price 395
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3941 CORTLANDT
18 BROADWAY
Alto a I Wow Haven Conn
15 OWE CONTROLLED OPERATED
AND MANAGED BY THE SAME INTERESTS
TODAY 1 DURIH6 THE PAST 30 YEARS
PURITYQUALITY FLAVOR
Watched more careWJy tan even
CHOCOLATES BONBONS
HUaeat an rf n
CARAMELS
Of l4dpmf
ICE CREAM SODA
StrrtJ C Perfiction at at sir Stem
D fre fuel Box ffCamJj f r jeer
trieaJs ilLt atrporgsMgAisg
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HELP WANTEDMALE
nlllOIIT IIOV tslIlsr > Jib New York to
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1 r jlTfl 4flICl irilrLMl ai
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plnrolt Jo JOn I
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alt us Ol OIOII lauOJry 10 len il
third floor e
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will be given free with
Next Sundays World
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