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LIST OF THE PASSENGERS
ON EMPRESS OF IRELAND
Laurence Irving, Son of the Actor, Sir Henry
Seton Kerr and Lieut-Cjol. Bloom
field Among the Notables.
Following Is a revised Hit of the passengers on the trig liner at the
time of the collision:
Saloon Passengers
ABKncnoMIIIE. J. IU Vancouver,
AD1E, J. V Birmingham.
AliUE, Mm.. Hlrmlnghnrn.
ANDERSON. A. B., London.
AVERDERCK. !. C. Manchester.
ABBOTT. F. U. Frederick.
B
BARLOW. A. E.. Montreal.
BARLOW. Mrs.. Montreal.
BLACK, Mrs., addrese unknown.
BOCH, M188 EDITH, addrew un
known. BEECH, RE1NIIOLDT, RochcsUt.
Minn.
BENNETT, MRS. HART, Naasau,
BLOOMF1ELD, MRS. W. R., Auck
land, N. Z.
BLOOMFIELD, Lieut-Col. W. R.,
Auckland. N. Z.
BOYNTON. MRS. F. E.. Bt.
Thomas, Ont.
BRANDON, A. J., Manchester.
BROWN. O.. Kenora, Ont
BUHLER, COBTA, Reglna, Bask.
BULPITT. R. B Vancouver.
BURGESS, MRS. 8.. Hamllon, Ont.
BUNTHORME, ALEX., Santa Bar
fcara, Cal.
BIRNE, E. Brisbane.
BtRNE. MRS.. Brisbane.
BURT, C. R., Frederick.
CAT, MISS C. P., Golden, B. C.
CAYLEY, J. J., Hamilton.
CRATHERN, MISS WAN ETA,
Hamilton.
COX. EDWARD, Yokohama.
v CULLEN, MRS. F. W., Toronto.
CULLEN. MISS MAUD, Toronto.
CULLEN, MASTER, Toronto.
CUNNINGHAM, R. A.. Winnipeg;.
CLARK, MISS NELLIE. Toronto.
COLE, MRS. A.. Princeton, B. C
COURT. MISS E., Liverpool.
CAUOHEY, A. E.. Ottawa,
CAUOHEY, MRS.. Ottawa.
CLARK, MRS. WILLIAM, address
unknown.
D
DARLING, M. D. A., London.
DUNCAN, J. FERGUS, I.ondon.
DUNLKVY. MRS. F. 11., Denver.
DALE, MRS. M.. and child. Toronto.
DANDY. J. F.. Person. Man.
DAlturK. MRS. .1.. Kenora. Ont.
DAVIS, WILLIAM, Toronto.
DAVIS, Ml tit.. Toronto.
DEATS, A. 8.. -Reglna. Bask.
E
KL1NRLIE, MRS. J.. Moosemen,
Bask.
EBZINQER. Wlnnepeg.
FAItlt, Miss K.. Moosejaw, Sssk.
FAHR, Miss N.. Moosejaw, Sak.
FARR, Miss D., Moosejaw, Sask.
FAHR, Mies B., Moosejaw, Sask.
FIN LEY, J. M., Llvenool.
FISH Kit. Mrs. John. Chicago.
FORD, H. E., Wlnnloeg.
Second Cabin Passengers
A . Minn, (saved).
,
ABHAr ItriV, wiea A, n.
ATKIN, MISS M Prince Albert,
Sask.
ALCON. MISS A. D., Vancouver.
B '
BALES, MISS A., Toronto. .
BARRIE, W Sllverton. B. C.
BARBOUR. MRS. W., Sllverton,
C C
BARBOUR, MISS FLORENCE,
Bllverton, B. C.
BARBOUR, MISS EVELYN, Sll
verton, U. C.
BARKER. ALFRED, Saskatoon.
BAWDEN, MISS FLORENCE,
HDEN.V ind.
(VtAXTER, MISS MARY, Toronto.
BEALE. EDWARD, London, Ont.
BERRY. MISS E.. Vancouver.
BIRKETT, HENRY, Carstalr
Alberta.
BISHOP. D. D.. Vancouver.
BUVCKHtlRST, MISS I.. Paris,
Ont. . ... ..... j
RI.Al'K. J.
ia.ric, mrs. J. w,
Ottawa
MISS,
Rochester, Minn,
(Iirii. RINEHOLT, Rochestor,
The Famous Chocolate Laxative
X"
Relieves Constipation
Helps Digestion
Keeps the Blood Pure
Ex-Lax is a delicious chocolate laxative recommended by
physicians as a mild, yet positive remedy for constipation in
- a . I . I fl f
11 Its torms. EJfiax nas mags cnousanas nappy.
A 10c box will prove its value-at all drug fists
FREEMAN, H.. West AI1U, Wit.
G
GAUNT, MISS DORIS, Birming
ham. GODHON. P. p.. Kingston.
. aOMJTHOBPB. CHARLES, Brad
ford, England.
OOSSELIN, L. A.. Montreal.
GRAHAM, W. D Hone Kong.
GRAHAM. Mrs., Hon Kong"
ORAY. MRS. M., Terre Haute. Ind.
OKAY. MISS W.. Terra Haute, Ind.
GREGG, .TAMES, Chllllwack. B. C.
GREOO, MRS JAMES, Chllllwack,
H
HAILEY. Mrs. D. T., Vancouver.
HENDERSON. O. W. S Montreal
(reported aaved).
HtSENHEIMER, W.. Montreal.
HIRST. A.. Birmingham.
HOLLA WAY, Mrs. C, Quebec.
"OWES, F. W.. nirmlna-ham.
HYAMSON, L. A., London.
I
IRVING, LAURENCE, London.
J
' JOHNSON, DAVID. Frederick.
K
KERR. SIR HENRY SETOV. 1m.
don.
KENT. LIONEL. Montreal.
KOHL, MISS GRACE, Montreal.
LEE. MISS ALICE. Nassau. N. P..
Bahamas. (Reported saved.)
LINDSAY. DR. ALEXANDER,
Halifax.
LYON, C. B., Vancouver.
LYMAN, H. H., Montreal.
LYMAN, MRS., Montreal.
M
MAGINNIR, A. London.
MALLOCH, L. II. C.
MARKS. J. O., Suva, FIJI.
MARKS, MRS.. Suva. FIJI.
MILLER, MRS, St. Catherines, Ont.
.mui.i.i.-nh, a. ixindon.
MULLINS, MISS E.. London.
o
O'HARA, H. Toronto.
O'HARA, MRS.. Tpronto.
O'HARA. MISS HELEN, Toronto.
PALMER, W. L London.
PALMER. MRS., tendon.
PATON. W. E.. Sherbrooke.
PRICE. MRS. H. W., New Zealand
R
RUTHERFORD, F. J., Montreal.
SEYnOLD. E.. Ottawa.
SEYHOLD, MRS., Ottawa.
SMAUHT, G. B Ottawa.
STORK. MRS. A.. Toronto.
T
TYLEE, C. a., Montreal.
TYLEE. Mrs., Montreal.
TAYLOR, J. T., Montreal.
TAYLOR, Minn D Montreal.
TAYLOR, Miss H.. Montreal.
TOWNSHEND, Miss T.. Niw Zea
land.
vv
WAKEFIELD, A. J Liverpool.
WALLA, Rov. J., London.
1 BUNTHROMB. ALEXANDER,
omim imronra. uti. isaveoi.
' BYRNE. MRS. E., Brisbane. A us
tralla (saved)
BYRNE. MR. E.. Brisbane (saved).
ninnr,, Mian uriBDane
t saved j.
c
COURT, MISS
(saved).
E., Liverpool
CRELLIN. R., Bllverton. B. C.
CALALSKE, , Duluth, Minn.
FINIJJV, J. M.. Liverpool (saved)
m FISHER, MRS. JOHN. Chicago
(saved).
FREEMAN, H.. West Allls. Wis.
isaveaj,
FREEMAN, MRS. H West Allls,
wis. (saved).
G
GRAY, MRS. MM Terre Haute,
Ind. (saved).
GRAY, MISS W.. Terre Haute,
H
HAKKER, MRS. J.. WlnntDes-.
HAKKER, MISS JUDITH. Winni
peg.
1 1 ALLID AY. C. Plerson. Man.
HART, WILLIAM, Mortlach. Sask.
HART. MRS.. Mortlach. Hank.
HART. MASTER WILLIAM, Mort-
LAX
THl
Becker, Under Death Sentence, Seated in Auto,
Leaving the Tombs for Sing Sing Death House
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laclv Soak.
HEATH. H. L Chicago (saved).
HEATH. J. R.. Chlcaso (saved).
HEPBURN, MRS. M. K., Van
couver.
HEPBURN, MASTER, Vancouver.
HOLCOMI.E. MISS F.. Calgary.
HOPE, MISS C, Hamilton.
HOWARD. MRS., and two children,
Calgary.
HOWARTII, WILLIAM, Calpary.
HOWARTH. MRS. and MASTER,
Calirary.
HUNT, MISS E. DK v., Vancouver.
JOHNSTONE. OEOROE.
Santa
Barbara, Cal. (saved).
K
KAVALSKY.
IVAN,
Quebec
(saved).
KRUSE. HERMAN. Rochester.
Minn., (saved.)
kiujhk, miss fkbija. Kocnestcr.
(saved).
L
LANOLEY. J. W.. Vancouver
(saved).
LAW. MRS.. Calvary (saved).
LAW. MASTER, Caltrary (saved).
LISTON, MISS A.. London (saved).
M
MATIER. A.. Mlnneapolla (saved)
M'ALPINE. A.. Montreal. (Saved.
M'ALPINE. A., Montreal. (Saved.)
MOIR. MRS. CHARLES, Toronto,)
auBrl .
fT.TTV - ... . .
MOtlNSKl, Hits. W, UniCaRO
(saved). '
MUllUA, J., winncpog, (oavea.n.
MOROAN, WILUAM, WlnnlpeB. I lend.
(Saved.)
Hl' i i i;i.l, i.. Winnipeg.
MIJTTELL, MISS, Winnipeg.
N
NEVILLE, H., London. England.
NEVILLE, MRS. H.. London.
NEWTON. MISS JENNIE, Antler.
N. D., (saved).
o
ORLANDER, MISS. EnBland
(saved).
PATTERSON, JOHN. Calvary.
PATTERSON. ROBERT. Calffary.
PATTERSON, MISS S Calgary.
PATRICK. J.. Toronto.
PERRY, W. II., Pctcrboro, Ont.
Salvation Army Delegates Aboard
The Salvation Army delegates to tho London world's convention who
were booked on the Empress of Iroland wore:
Commissioner and Mrs. Rees and
Capt. Ruth Rees, Toronto.
Field Secretary Col. Gaskln ana
wife.
Field Sccretsry Col, Maldment and
wife.
Adjutant Beccksted of Grace Hos
pital, Winnipeg.
Brigadier Scott Potter, Financial
Secrotary, Toronto.
Brigadier Walker, Editor of the
Canadian War Cry, Toronto.
Major and Mrs. David Crolghton of
the Immigration Department.
Major and Mrs. Flndlay, Winnipeg.
Major and Mrs. Howell, Manager
Printing Department, Toronto.
Major Tui-tln, Manager Trade De
partment, Toronto.
Major Frunk Morris, Division Com
mander, London, OrU.
Staff Capt. Arthur Morris, Toronto.
Staff Capt. McAmmond, Winnipeg.
Staff Capt. Hayos of Tomplo Corps,
Toronto.
Staff Capt. Goodwin, Commanding
Offlrer, Ottawa.
Adjutant Ilrlrn, Matron Hamilton
Rescue Home, Hamilton.
Adjutant Edwards, Men's Social
Department, Ottawa.
Ensign Peacock, Calgary,
JUDGE GRAY RESIGNS
FROM FEDERAL BENCH
Announces His Retirement
June 1 After Fifteen Years
Service.
on
WII..MINOTON, Del., luy :'
Judgo Goorgo Gray of the United
" w" '.' . .V . Z ' WASHINGTON. May 29, -One amend-
Circuit, announced to-day that ho , m(nt to (he Cayton omnHm, Trlut bu,
had forwardod his rodlgnatlon t wn8 maJe tn thB iiounn to-dsy to bronil
Washington lost night, to tako effect I en the jurlxdlctlon of Federal courts
.. , so anti-trust nults might bo brought In
Juno I any district where a corporation "re-
Judn Gray baa been on the Circuit sides or Is found or has an stent."
IVUfXMO WORLD,
CHMtLCS SJVCKB.
PETERSON, H.. Wlnnlpen.
PETERSON. MRS- Winnipeg.
PRIESTLEY. MISSES E. and A-,
Edmonton.
PRIOR, GEORGE, Wlnnlpcjf.
QUARTLEY, Miss W. M., Van
couver.
R
REILLY, John, Hamilton.
RICHARDS, W. J.. Vancouver,
RICHARDS, OEOROE C. Terro
Haute, Ind. (saved).
RICHARDS, MISS, Terre Haute,
Ind. (saved).
SAMPSON. S. J.. Quelph, Ontario,
SCHONOUTT, Miss, Montreal.
SCOTT, John. Mortlach, Sask.
SEARLE, MISS EVA, Seattle,
Wash, (saved).
SHATTOCK, WILLIAM, Nesbltt,
Man.
SIMMONDS, REGINALD, London
(saved).
SIMMONDS. MRS.. London
(saved).
SMITH, MRS. E.. Calfrary.
STAGE. MISS, Toronto.
STAINEIt. MRS. E.. Caltrary.
HTANYON. M Montreal.
STILLMAN. A. E., Calcary.
8WINDI.EHUR8T, MISS A., To
ronto. I V
viKi rii. Miesa u., victoria, h. k.
, XT nt.'MT A 1.',. Ipn... T-...
. """ iuhiuiiu
(saved).
viiii- ii torj -tvaji. i Hamil
ton. W
WEINRAUCH, B.. Montreal.
WHITEL, MRS. J., New Westmin
ster. B. C.
WHITE. MRS. GEORGE, and In
fant New Westminster.
WILMOT, MISS E.. Campbcllford,
Ont.
WOOD, MISS MARY, Rcfrins.
WOOD, MRS. B.. Toronto.
Y
YATES, MRS. H., Hamilton.
YATES, HARRY. Hamilton.
z
ZEBULAIC, JOSEF. Odorburtr
(saved).
Ensign Knudson.
Staff band composed of officers
from headquarters nt Toronto, con
sisting of twenty-eight members. In
cluding Capt. McOrath. Tho band
master Is Adjutant Sanitig.
Ensign Emily Jones, Culgnry.
Ensign Bertram Patton, Toronto.
Ensign F. Peacock, Wlmburn,
Sask.
Capt. Gilbert Best.
Capt. T. and Mrs, Dodd, Toronto,
Capt. C. Qroome, England.
Capt. Hannah Knudson, Parry
Sound. Ont.
Capt. .la mis L. Meyers.
Capt. Riifiis Hpooncr.
Capt. Outdo Whatmore.
Capt. George Wilson.
Lieut. Stnnloy Itlgland.
Lieut. Alfred Kolth.
Mr. Hert Greenaway.
Mr. William Horwood,
W. Humphreys.
J. Johtiuon,
T. Jones.
Robert Malone.
Kenneth Mclntyre.
O. Meacher,
William Measures,
Tilly Morgan,
Ernest Nonves,
Mrs. Lanltng,
W. Perkins.
W. Wakefield, Toronto.
bench since 1(139, and Is seventy. four
years old. Ho Mirvcd two torms as
United States Senator from Delu
warn, was a mombor of tho Spanish
war peace commission, Chairman of
tho committee whloh Investlgateil
conditions In tho Pennsylvania coal
strike of 1903, and was a member of
the permanent court of arbitration
at The Hague.
ANTI-TRUST BILL AMENDED.
Clause .tditeit Mraadrnlnic Jurisdic
tion of Courts.
FKrilAY, MAY
at.
f 1
w
v
;
4 I
i i
S i
t h 1
otos.si dMitiwp OOVWJBj
Was Torn From Midships to
Stern by Prow of the
Storstad.
MONTREAL, May 29. Sir Thomaa
Shaughncssy, resident of the Cana
dlan aclflc Railway, IssuoPd tho fol
lowing statomont:
"The catastrophe, because of the
great loss of llfo, Is the most serious
In tho history of tha St. Lawrence
route.
"Owing to tho dlstnncn of nearest
telegraph or telephono stations from
the scene of tho wrock, thero Is an
unavoidable delay In securing official
detulls, but wo expect a report from
Capt. Kendall In the courso of tho
afternoon.
"From tho facts, as we have them,
It Is nppurcnt that about 2 o'clock this
morning tho Empress of Ireland, when
stopped In a dense fog, was rammed
on the port side by tho Norwegian
collier StorMad In such a manner as
to tear tho ship from the middle to
the screw, thus making the water
tight bulkheads, with which she was
provided, useless,
"The vessel settled down In four
teen minute."). Tho accident occurred
ut a tlmo when the passengers were
In bed, nnd tho Interval before tho
steamship went down was not suffi
cient to enablo the officers to arouse
tho passongers and get them Into tho
boata, of which thero worn sufficient
to nccommodato a very much larger
number of people than those on board,
Including the passengers and crow.
"That such an accident should be
possible In tho St. Lawrence and to
a veisel of tho class of tho Empress
of Ireland, with every possible pre
caution taken by tho owners to In
sure safety for tho passengers' and
the vessel, Is deplorable. The sad
dest feature of the disaster Is, of
course, tho gieat loss of life, and tho
hcartfolt smypathy of everybody
connocted with tho company goes
out to tho relatives and friends of
thosn who mot denth In thn Ill-fated
stoamshlp."
Premier Borden, when tho ordors
of tho day were called In the House
nt Commons In Ottawa to. day, mad"
ilio following reference to tho acci
dent off Father Point:
"The disaster brings to us a shock
which 1 suppose wasnoveriixperleneed
:u tills country nutnro, That a ohlp
lily a few bmir: out from Wuehcc In
tho dead of night with 1,400 persoiiH
ii board should have been ho dam
tged as to sink within ten or twenty
.Minutes and that ho many human
.Ives nhould have been sacrificed, cer
tainly comes In us all In this House
and to all In this country as a most
I appalling shock.
"I do not believe from the reports
which have rome that It Is a disastor
which could have been prevented by
anything that tho country might
have done In the way of rendering
the navigation of the St, l-awronrf,
moro safe
M'M'ioor.
(rrnm th Oiriiml Hina (wlir,
"They claim," remarked tho Senator,
"that by a new device thoughts can be
mt hv wlrelfbH."
"Ure.ll, IHii i i( . )! me imerriieu
cunttltu.-nt.
"It may be sre-t, the Nfimtor ad.
mltted, "but It Ixn't Kolmc to latch me.
JUKt aa Koon as 1 bevan Ihlnklnv f.ir
transmission some "leieni.i nieil.ller
would linni: n thought (ll?tiiihona on
tho nearest bunch of air waves."
Oaly On "IlltOMD QUININE"
Te III tor tiouius. rsll tar luU atu. LAX.
tltV U1IOMII uUt.NINC. Uik for itfiubira 4
. W. OBOVC OantaCsMlaUwDs, Me,
OFFICIAL REPORT
SAYS SHIP SUNK
N 1 4 MINUTES
1914.
COURT SEN
I
BECKER TO DIE IN
WEEK OF JULY 6
ENCES
I Appellate Division Grants Re
Wife Breaks Down and He Is, m,cf nf Pmu rwnr
Greatly Shaken Again
in Death Hoiise.
Sontence of death was passed to-day
upon Charles Becker, who for a sec
0 5' ond time was found guilty of mur-
uer as mo neaa or me conspiracy to
assassinate Herman Rosenthal, the
gambler and Informer on July 18,
112. Justice Seabury fixed the week
of July 6 as tho time for the oxecu-
Martin T. MniitAn. counsel fur
ftrrUnr. tinnntinrnil that hn urnnl.l
a notice of appeal probably not later !
(nan Monday; this notice will act as
a stay of tho sentence.
Becker was not as stoical to-day as
he has been In critical moments dur
ing his first and second trial. Ilcforo
he was brought Into court he under
went a hoart wrenching ordeal In
parting from his wife In tho sheriffs
office. He was shaken by It when
brought to the bar. Ills eyes glistened
and beads of perspiration stood out on
his forehead. Ills features were deep
ly lined with grief nnd his dark eyes
had In them tho woeful look of a
stricken animal,
Mrs. Becker lost nil control of her
self when Becker was taken Into thn
room on the floor above tho court
room, where she was waiting for him.
Sho throw herself Into hli arms sob
bing. When Under Sheriff Bowers
approached the two and told them
court was waiting, they seemed not
to hear him. Ho shook Becker's arm
to emphasize tho notice.
But Mrs. Becker rofusod to release
her embrace, and fought wildly when
Becker gently tried to unfasten her
fingers. The under sheriff had at last
to help him.
Thus It was five minutes after
Clerk Penny In the courtroom, lean
ing forward on his desk beneath tho
Judge's bonch, cried: "Charles Ileck
or to tto bar," before Becker ap
peared. The prisoner's walk was firm
and his bead was up.
District-Attorney Whitman moved
the sentonce. Mr. Mnnton asked that
the 'conviction bo set nsldo for eight
technical reasons. Justice Seabury
then pronounced sentence.
When tho motions were denied Mr.
Manton answered for Becker the
question as to whether ho hud any
thing to say by replying "Not at tho
present time." ,
Thero was thon a conference be-
twon counsel and Justice Sabury
during which Ilcker stood with both
hands on tho gato of the railing atnr
liig straight ahead of him. Deputy
Sheriff Klubordanze tried to fasten
handcuffs on his right wrist. Becker
drew away: "Keep "om open," ho
paid. "I'll run my hand right In
when tho tlmo comes."
He talked with Mr. Manton nnd Mr.
Muishull of his counsel nftur the inn.
feronce and then held out his wrist
Thn il nut v was nervous and liecl.ui
with :i smllo helped with .iln left hand
In fastening their wrists together.
Sheriff wnronnagen. laKing ino
death warrant from Mr. Penny and
County Clerk Schneider, handed It to
Bowers ami tho Joumoy to Sing Sing
wan herun. Ah ho left the court room
a policeman formerly u member of
tho Becker strong urm Hciuad, after
meeting Becker's cyo and nodding,
said to a reporter:
"I wonder If ho remembers? Hvn
of us before ho wns arrested went
on a Joy ride to Slug sing in an nuio
mnhlle. The other four, including
Becker, wer strapped In the chair
to see how W fell up there. I wna
the onlv one who wouldn't do It
Becker pleaded to bo allowed to go
back to thn room wnero nis wuo was,
making the excuse that ho had left
the hair of natierH there from which
he Is never separated long. It was
denied. He was hurried over the
Bridge of Sighs. In the Tombs yard
a big automobile hnd been stntloned
by the Sheriff. In front of the rndla
tor wns a card lettered "Official."
An effort was made to fool tho
crowd waiting In Lafayette street
outside the prison gate by sending
n closed van full of prisoners ahead.
Hut those In tho street saw the
labelled automobile when thn gato
opened nnd siw Meeker shackled to
the deputy climb In, .Ah the niitmnn.
bile came out with the under nhcrllT,
deputies and Becker oil In the ton
neau, there was a waving of hands
nnd of folded newspapers,
Becker, oil smiles, nodded greetings
continually as thn machine rolled out
and up tho street An old woman
standing at tne entrance ni m run
,na. 'm.ru ..ulhlln,; snalehe, her
Miawi ironi hit ninninir nun i"i
It. crvlng In a shrill vn'c " 'hurley,
we all hope you come back "
When the automobile reached Sing
Hlng Hecker was taken to thn death
house Ills nw number In thn roster
. ... ,- II. .. ..l(..u.t till. flflf.P-
l fil.filo. He was placed this after
noon In Cell No, 17 on thn upper tier
As soon as thern Is a vacancy In the
lower tlor and It Is llecker's turn to
move, he will bo placed In a cell In
the cooler lower tier.
TO REVISE PARK LAWS.
Ordinances Will lie lleiluerd In
Minimum l Ciiiiiinl.sloiirr.
Park I'ommlislnner Wsnl announced I
to-dny he tins about completed phm
fnr the revision of tho ordinances of
ine i r . w ...... "' .,mii..
he will confer with Alderman McNally
Chairman of the Nub. Committee on
,"""., , ...
City Ordinances of the Hoard of Alder
men, as well as other members of the
committee, nnd outline the plan he has
prepared after n month's InvestlgHtlon
of tho park ordinances In other cities, 1
Commissioner W'ttld Intends tu re1
ilure the nunilier nf ordinances In the
lkMmrtmsnt to a inlnlinum They will
he rnndonscd Into a leaflet of several
pvgeM. WI1ICI1 UIU l lll.Hliiliuieii 10
park policemen with Instructions to
memnrlzu each measure. They will
also be given nut In largn numbers to
persons who frequent the parks of the
city.
INJUNCTION TIES UP IGERMANIA AFIRE. 1
DOUBLE-DECKING PLAN
IE"L"
Who Seeks Damages.
Tlio Appcllitte Division of tho Sii
promo Court to-day grnnlrd an In
junction to David Rothschild of No.
131 Park Row, hutting tho Interhor
ougli'M dotililo-decking of tho Third
nvt-nue rlcvutett lino at Worth street
until such times as the company
cither condemns the Rothschild prop
erty or payn him damages for his
cnscniPiits. Tho decision Involves
F.00O properly owners and may In-
fllgivolvu the Inlerliiiiiiimh in i"ni than
'.co nt plal,1,B for lI'""'c" bcf,,ro
the extensions can be made
Tho enso went up to tho Appellate
Division after Skinner & llcrmant,
Rothschild's lawyers, were denied nn
Injunction against tho Interborough
by Justlco Davis five weeks ago In
thn Supreme Court. Thrco Justices
concurteil in an opinion written oy
.ItiNtlre Scott In which tho Jurlat said:
"Although the proposed extensions
will glvo relief from the congested
conditions of traffic, that fact does
not authurlto an unlawful Invasion
of nroncrtv rights or thn forceful
taking or destruction of private prop
erty without first making duo com
pensation or taking such steps as
will ensuro pameni of proper conj-
pensntlon to property injuriously er
fected."
Further on. tho Court said that the
remedy awarded Mr. Rothschild was
not possible when thn ronds were
originally mint necausn no sticn re
lief wns present In tho laws. Chap
ter 810 of tho laws of 1913, however,
full cover tho property owner's right
In tin tip all ' work of the kind of
elevated extensions until the build
ing company lias first made Its pcaco
with the property owner.
Heretofore, the property owner wns
compelled to sun thn company long
after thn work was completed. These
eases clogged up thn calendars of thn
courts and often were on thn records
of tho courts morn than ten yenrs
before Dual disposition. The expense,
of IIiIh delayed litigation wits ex
tremely liurdcnMomn for tho property
owner.
BUILDING FOR VISITORS
TO THE TOMBS PLANNED
Warden's Quarters to He Made
Over and Smuggling to I'ris
oners iinJed.
Commissioner Davis of the Depart
ment of Correction announced to. day
that plans have la-en made to coif
vert tho present wardrn'H quarters In
tl'c Tombs prison yard Into a threa
story building to bo used for tho ac
coinmodatiou of the three hundred or
morn vbdtors who call dally. An ap
propriation of $11, 8U0 will bo asked
at tho next meeting of the Board of
Estimate to make the change.
The building Is to bo so arranged as
to stop tho smuggling of drugs to
prisoners, Tho chance of escape will
nlso be reduced to a minimum. A
heavy wire mesh screen will makn It
Impossible for visitors to apprimt;!)
tho prison corridor nearer than eigh
teen Inches. Tho netting will bo of
n weave closn enough to make the
pausing of u file, knife or even a
hat pin impossible.
Plans for tho construction of a new
building submitted by thn Depart
ment of Corrections were rejected re
cently by tho Hoard of Estimate on
account of the expense a new build
ing would entail. Commissioner
Davis Is confident tho present plans
will bo adopted,
"THE COUNT" ACCUSED
OF STEALING SUIT CASE
Mr. l;ogg, the Owner, Had Lost the
Check for It on a Penn
sylvania Train.
Arthur If. Mark, known on Broad
way as "thn Count," was arrested to
duy with his wife, Honnlo, on a
charge uf grand larceny, Thn com
plainant was Oscar II. Fogg of the
Consolidated Gas Company. Mr. Fogg,
returning to New York from a trip,
I0.1t tho check for his suit caso In a
train of the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Two new sultH of business clothes, an
evening suit and Jewels worth about
V:;jw were In It.
Detectives of the West Forty-sev
enth street station noticed thut Mark
wearing a lot of new. stickpins
ami oiner ornaments, an umcctivo
owens. I'ltpatt Ick ami Devanney en-
t,,r,,, tho apartment or Mark nnd til.-t
wife at No l"i Went Forty-seventh
street, found the milt case and all of
the Jewels. Mark said that a frluud
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nun kiivii nun 1 on i n-i n mm riKKi
suit ens., and bad asked hint to gut his
baggage and hold It for him.
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Ileggar Could you do anything for 11
mnn who bus lived on dry In end and
cold water for six monthn?
Surgeon Not n thing I seciniun nn
the liver and MnmHch
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DAMAGEIS SLIGHT
Crew Extinguished Blaze
fore New York Ship En
tered Port.
Anxiety ovor the fate of the Fibre '
Line steamship Qermanla, reported ,
afire off the Azores this morning, WM ,
allayed this afternoon by cable dto-,
patches reporting her arrival mt '
Fayal, a port In the Atore Islands. ;
Captain Alfred Rloodeau cabled his 5 '
company that tho f.re, which broke
out In the forward hold among cotton 1
nnd lubricating oil, had been extin
guished and that no great damage
hnd been done. '
The (lermanla salted from NW
York on May 22 and had 201 pas
sengers on board, the majority of Um
first-class being New Yorkers.
Hho touched at Providence and tfcen '
nrnceeded tn thn Amrsi. with Utr.
xelllji. Vranpr. hep llltlmntA ilutlnft. i
Hon. .Vows of tho fire aboard of her,
coming on tho heels of thn Empreaa ,
of Ireland disaster, created alarm
among relatives and friends of tb
passengers.
PLAN BIG CAMPAIGN
TO SAVE THE BABIES;;
.... 3d
uiurcnes, newspapers ana Moving
Pictures Will Aid to Reduce
Mortality.
Moving picture theatres, churchc.
schnola and electric signs will be the ,
mediums of carrying on a cltywlde
campaign to rescue babies durtnif
tho summer months In one weak hi j
tho first half of June to be known M
"Baby Week." Mayor Mltchel will
appoint committers ,to undertake the
work, which baa aa Its prime ob- ,,
Ject tho reduction of Infant mortality '
Health Commissioner Goldwater 1
tho originator of the plan, and a,
preliminary meeting wau held In Mi
offico to-day, attended by represent- a
Uvea of the Chamber of Commerce, ..'
the Merchants' Association, the Ad- (,J
vertliilng Men's League, the Federa
tion of Churches, the Federation of
Women'n Clubs, the Conference of H
Charities nnd Correction, the Aseo
elation of Catholic Charltlea and the (-j
Hoard of Jewish Managers. (
A whirlwind campaign Is proposed 0
tn Include newspaper, billboard end
eleetrlo sign advertising and lectures
In churches nnd schools and Instruc-
tlim Ihrimirh iniivlriir filrttlrivjl Th t
way will be shown for tho protection iij
of bablos' lives, their proper nourish
ment nnd care, during the months
when so many are victims of the
heat and podr living conditions. ?
Nil Krvrr Cssri In Ankam Prlsss, j
At'HUHN, N. Y May 29.-Tho num- G
her of cases of scarlet fsver In the local j?
prisons to-ily reached nearly eighty,
most nf tho victims being In the worn- 3
en's prison. Rigid quarantine regula
tions are In force. At the prison It was
stnteU that all patients are doing satU
luctiiilly ami that most caos are mild.
Htery im-miillon Is btlng taken to pre
vent further spread, as tha prison bee
no morn hospital accommodations.
I
E
Tnke a glass of Salts if your
Buck hurls or Bladder
bothers.
II you muit have your meat every day,
ent it, hut flush your kidneys with salt
occationslly, says n noted authority who
Irllt us that meat forms uric acid which
ulmost paralyzes tho kidneys in their ef
forts to expel it from the blood. They
become sluggish aud weaken, then you
suffer with a dull misery in the kidney
region, sharp pains in the back or sew
hrailsrhe, dizziness, your stomach oure,
tongue is coated and when the weather
is bsd you have rheumatic twinges. The
urine gets cloudy, full of sediment, the
channels often get sore and irritated,
obliging you to seek relief two or three
times during the nlgbt.
. " "c,h, 'kldnevr.nd "hVZt VhT
, , , . , , . 7. ' ;
body s urinous waste, get Jour ounces oi 3
J"'l slts from any pharmacy here: 1
take n talilcipoonful in a glees of jj
water before breakfast for a few days rs; 5
uml your kidneys will then act fine. This J
. ,. . . ... ' It
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initious sans is niaue irora ine acta oi t,
,.rpt. und lemon juice, combined with ffe
, rtlii. nnil Iihi been used for generations ,
to flush and stimulate sluggish kidney. ' 4,-'
hj(1 , lu.lltraU(. the ,cjdl uHar
, j, n(, nn(.cr rrjUtc, thus endiu
. p-Wness
, "is'iuer eeagness.
' Jnd t-slts is inexpensive cannot in-
jure and makes a delightful effervescent
lithin-wntrr drink.
DECORATION DAY
Lake Hopatoong
tl ALSO NEXT nUNDAV
e" AMD CVCRY SUNDAY
Lr.W. IMSt 0.501 Lv. Utxitr Bt. Ml
t.y. Jjciicn Ave, Jersey City, 9.17 s. ss.
ftlauch Chunk
Peoeratlan Day, also Sunday, Jime )n ,l
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