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THR EVENING WORLD. MONDAY, HEPTKMIIR 11, 1910. ALL SURFACE CAR LINES IN THREE COUNTIES CRIPPLED It MUm nM far IVHr aaH-ia, k 1 HI lb I'tnwi I r 1 fans tl t,it'- "' ' ltltiUt rl IM I s.. tut Htd.a4'a!i k-i- r-1 mala In t. . fe A and thi rn4 iHk aa U urfr ' wmmI "", taHianr TMI It " Hmimm Oaroper. IV4n " Aiawrvaa Paftln o -"' ,,r" M Itli Hit ltuain Mr Oom'f n T amrai rVi i. I. IkirniM nf WlllUm l M llltont f ! Aml(Hl4 AtM-tauaa. (MMiiHr It .. . . . ... .. ..i.iw ,j u im. Iwn II ni8aM. li AmlwnaltKl erranlter ii ht rlll the tin t)rnl lrtlii Ui ! UM.M KO ,o r. U .tun. a m"ll... -f n.r, Mr. (J8inprt .a: I T ni hrr. to liflp tha mrtl win and lo Lrlnc .txiut n ImneraMo anO . If t.k.ll.ll I hon.tt dju.tiiint. If J.tll.le. I , hold mjrt'lf rrly to le of atrvica MAMV LABOR CHIEFS IN C0N MANY tABOn CMISl-o in uun r CRENCE. 1 Imr1lrlntlnc In th Contlnnll Tha ul wwi ""life,, aMh m.ls (wan h Itallaatl H.M th 'asa-llk ) U TW inteM a aa "I" r.riks nt fan- iimii). rMxi I" ttr . ..... ..... Ih. alHkaa ' " flltatxav no... confer. 'IZ, prra wtrn Coroner llealy, I'iraldrnt ,.,,;, arcumuKil. ,1 I,y ll.nt 1 .111. of th l-;cnirlo rttrmfn'. I'nloni ,uny in n,n im )ir In ttiv Jamt l. Holland. Indfr of tho Now tiwuio c lunct- fur Mrmil.itiikiritf " . , . . ... ..,,!,,. iiuph Tim fact Hint Mr. Ilrdltiy hinil fnh York Labor ifdrratloni IIURn ............; .iVii.-i..,.l,. yorK Wlior i r-irrauun. !. IV.ncy, HUto OritnUr of tho A. r. I of Ul Hrntit llolim, Kerrftnry of im Central IVInrate.l Union; John lllly of the lonL'thorcmrn'i oriranlratlon and John KJttEtbbon, Clmlrinnn of tha Ki.cutlva C'ommtttro of tho Drotherbood of Hallway Trainmen. I Itlley r.portod ha could call out and Hint Im wiin IidkkIiii: tit) oiiinlii- ih lontrahorcmen of tho clly on a "'t 'r". InM-ntloiiH nnd Imprnvii UJ lonir. lorcmcn 01 ino ciiy m. nJo.)l(.( Uy tho Intfrboiouuh. tantral atrlk. on li hour, notlco .,, yfl jri ,Icd'ey ,mi, , fBC0 t0 and It la eipctd tho lom;ahore. iiwinrti that lit. aorvlcca went worth mn will r-o out by to. morrow nlxlit. ' morn tlmn I.Ih liiromn from tho com- Tba atrlko on tho Third A,. and f - Jh- r.jjj.1 Union ayatemi, dfclnrcd Huturday no ,v nrv,,r r,.orVO t10 amount of nlfht, threw an ovcrwhrlmlne burden monv ho Is worth. on tho aubway nnd "I" ronda to-day. ' "I',',l,71 ',0'V ,,n , "."luS . .1 1 .t. t ...,.,..,. .i HhonlH nH I'rcildcnt of tho Intrrbor Narorthelcn thoto two transportation 0(fhT u ,,mt , ba hs rovvard for llaaa. with tlio aia or an unprovueu Jitney service, managed to carry tha Immense extra traffic from the Hronx and uptown generally to lower Man aatttn. The New York Central and New York, Now Haven and Hartford lines aided In taking; caro of the nronx traffic, carrying many extra train loads to Grand Central Station. Al most everybody who travelled down town between 7 o'clock and o'clock uKerad serloua Inconvenience and In many coaea minor Injuries, but that appeared to bo tho only effect of the aprand of the strike to the additional surface lines. Only the public suf fered. , Washington Height, deprived of .surface transportation by tho red car line strike, an; tho western part of lb Bronx, cut off by tho union lino strike, flocked to the Uroadwny sub way In Upper Manhattan und nil but swamped It during tho early rush hours. Trains were filled before they got down to tho One Hundred and Hlxty elght Street station, and several ex presses were run from Ono Hundred and Thirty-seventh Street to Nlnety slxth Street without a stop. Eventual. Ijr the overflow waa cared for und as I o'clock approached conditions were normal. UrtFACE. CAR LINES ARE BAD LY CRIPPLED. Owing to tho determination of tho ssanagers of tho street railway ays "terns to rofraln from uslnB strlko breakers on surface cars tho aurfuce transportation bystcms of Manhattan tr, hniilv rrlnnled to-day. The green car lines we.ro operating Si cars, about the samo number as on Saturday. The Third Avenue lino had In operation only nlnoty-ono car on all llnea. Normally tho number moving Is W0. 'Tho Hccond Avcnuti linn mnvpd tWCntV-tWO l'ur. Ulltl- Hhlrd of tho normal. Tho llronx Unci Jwere able to move only from forty ta Mftv ra'ra of tho 151 wllloh aro uaed In time of peace. Westchester waa MtMrallv tied UD. In anticipation of strike of the 'longshoremen, Chief Inspector Hehmlttberaer has caused to bo re moved the kitchen equipment of the police camp at Fort Wndsworth to ' the recreation piers, where 480 po llcemen of the mounted aquad will be stationed If tho river front strike Is called. Tha mounted men will be brought In ns reinforcements to the force of 5.800 nollco olllccrs lUroudy on spe cial strike duty. Sixty motorcyolo ..li,,.r, tnVon from Hi nil- rpir. iilar details to-day and ordered to ratrol street car lines from end to mm ivmni u man ii mm tun find, serving the double purposu of'ns many cars as thero nio regtilur ""looking after posslblo disturbance ! motormcn and conductora to man. "attending tho operation of cam and Th'. Interborough underground nnd attending to pollco work on patrols overhead linos transported l,.i4,3S8 along the principal nvenues nnd ' passengero yesterday, nn Incroaso of cro.? streets that have been nban- I -.--, "yer the numlver carried on doned because of tho strike pressuio. ?.' . 'J " L y'JHtci tluy tin to noon to-dny no disorder of tj.tac.ied u horse cur ut Madison and tLlefrVrann Streets ut 10 o'clock und Ltrlxl In null off the conductor nnd Arlvr. but tlin iiollr-mnn detailed tn .the cur was ablo to handle tho situ t. wn niiin in iinnrtl. thn aim. ration. wSTATEN ISLAND MEN THREAT EN TO 8TRIKE. H The employees of tho Staten Inland wtrollcs, through their reprcsonta Mtlvee, will meet tho officials of tho tsystcm nt St. Ocorgo this afternoon ..and Insist on un Immudlutu scttln- "itirnt nf their claims. Unless a settlu- r"":? I.:'.."".-';" ...:V.,.;.7..:.i iCMinlon heudnuarters, the Htnten Island LVro'ieymcn will walk out to-night, tut- The union leaders. In pursuance ot their plan of saving the unions, hant nCn'uti a systematic puiiiicity cnmpaixu in nn attempt to show that tho light In this city between the Interborough und ntlior systems is the opening or nation-wide fight by organized crutdtal against organized labor. Part of ' - r . ; " ( 1 "'Ma k ' I a Mfk" a b tat. a i mm4M ' "f rufi la- a b nil ii i .r ll II ' v VIIDWfl " "-- " ' W1 1 . , - '..,.. ii, ,ilr" aM all II . I "r(MitH4 rapMal T nb'i-i t lul. Ih tB timdua) l Ml) MMtel aif til itulnr af II M mil M Uilia MNfuMr alxl ill . llita i iwl llm T. I Wiimwi J I4M. Ml III" mm mm inn -..... ..I 4. . ...J Mlrfrh II t luiurM l kt. ih mh-b t mn ma tawr rnlfMl ta Ui M.n im niKaml'-r (. ! I (Iimi. mI . iirl iiiw . ra i niww" r-w -fii ( 1,H.ftlv,. v,uUe,, ,h. Nrr" ..f Auir T, Menul t "mhl' ofllrUli and la rn. ACCGPTED BV THI : UNION IN 0000 FAITH. fwltowml i the n.iun in rixj fault. tlM atfnuf nan lim rmupjHl hIriiimI Hiti ll.f i-IImhi.I . ill - nit Ik-ii lo PWlU" .Ullt lo III. lllliwfll It Mllll (y n1y rll,(,0),,,, K) Ml,Wr i,,raKri 111 mi utlfnijit lo trrik lite Wartilull, Ilia !) flrlMiibrfalirr, (( (( ,tM,r. oh IW.OOO ,ny. Jin adinlli Mr. HlivnU dorm 1 know him mid that uliiua auina uf 1110111.V fur alrlkMtwiik. tt . pIXA1f 0f ,l ability 'o irritk tho utrlkr, Tim Tlioiiumnn CoiiiinltUc fthowrit that l.la bonuica und raki'-offa fiom Iho t'ompiiny ex I'Pnli'il 1100,000 In ten jijim and that Ilia r'llircuvi' nniitrr 111 tov.vuv m jimi.i It nlmi ahownd that lleilley wna iihIiiv i his kiiwlciii;n nf aubway plana und , jvi lnnnnt tn Droflt by Invcriini in. broaklnic tho atrlkeT PEOPLE WILL PAY IN THE END, HE DECLARES. "The peoplo must begin to under stand tho meaning of Hi'dley'H ex penditure for Htrlkebrenkrr bccniiKO every dollar that tho Intcrbormiuh spends for this purpose will eventu ally comn out of tho pockets of the pooplu themselves. It will bo added to the total cost of operation nnd de ducted from the grosH Income uud uet profits to lie divided between the city and tho InterborouBh, unJcr the terms of the dual contract. "Tho original cstlmato of tho city's aharo of U10 dual sytcm was Jllil.OOO.OOO. Tho nctunl coMt will ex ceed 1200,000,000. Do tho people want accumulated deflcltn as uell as ac cumulated Interest cbnrgo to bo piled up ao that tho city will novor receive a single cent out of tha subway In vestment? "On the 1a1j of the original esti mate, Interest charges 011 aubway bondn am to bo Included In th tax budgot for many years. Do you want accumulated deficits to swell tho tax burden unt.l tlio tax rato la comploto conflKcatlon'! "Such will be the outcome If the strike costs tho IntcrhoroUgll $100,000 a day, because tho Intcrborough eur plu nnd profits will bo wiped out before the union Is crushed. There will be no Intcrborough earnings If the struggle goes to the limit. "The union cannot bo crushed, and tho oppression of directors, tho de rentlon. of Hhonts nnd the arrogance of HeJloy. the bluster of Waddell nnd the gold of Morgan ana nu win ran to defeat tho Constitutional right to organize, because tho people do under stand tho issues tnvoivoa in mis struggle. Tho fight of the partner ship of Hhonts, Hedloy and Waddell on the organized employees of the Interborough nnd Now York Hall ways Company Is only the forerunner of the struggle against organized Inlmr In thl country." WON'T U8E STRIKEBREAKERS, HE SAYS. Jnmes L. Quuckcnbush. general at torney for tho InterboroilKh and Now York HnllwuyM. said to-day that tho company had no Intention to nttcmpt to oicrutu surraco cars wuu striae. breakers. "To use strikebreakers on the sur face curs would glvo malcontents among tho strikers and their sym pathisers temptation to uae violence. Wo do not mean to glvo them any such excuse for disorder and the destruction of property. "All our efforts are devoted to main taining our schedules on the elevated and subway lines, which havo been kept running evenly since tho strlko liegan and which have been nblo lo carry many of the passengers who or dinarily use tho surface lines. Wo ur making no unusual muthods In tlio effort to maintain torvtco on tho uur . fUCU 1 DOS. Wo UI 0 Waiting for ttl Old men to see that tho utrlko Is a failure ninmiiuu ""ii". '."J""""'".?' '"u usually neavy rusii oi nppiicniiouB i employment at tlio offices at No. 1 Htoadwny. To nceommoduto thorn uli additional employment offlco WU8 . oPcuod at No. 19 C'ortlandt Street THE WORST HL0W. Ida Tarlcll sajs Col. Itootevclt is out of date. (it-nn nn I'rlurt- lllvra I'd (iiuiiiii In It ii nut ui it it Army. ml HKItl.lN. (via wlieless to Hayvllte. . 1. uu ni t.iin., Ilohenzollern, brother ot King Fordl mind of Jtmimaniit. has icnounci'd his heicdllmy position iih commuudfr of tho Roumanian Third Inluntry Itcgl ment. I HrltlKh Mrumrr Sunk a iiNDON. Sept. 11. Th llrlllul. steumer Lcxle, of 3,778 tons, has been a sunk. PLANS TO REVIVE OLD INJUNCTION TO BREAK STRIKE StvnriJ Afiiuf f'tfcrh cr Will Ask Aid of Uitirt to Kcrp r ire fimntMi i f in it - JJKONX IS HARD Mil Maher Declares Soo of Third Avenue Men Refused lo Join Walkout. Charlb I! Chalmara, attorney for John llravrr. rr4r fir tb Hcon4 Armut Hallway, announced to-day bt would apply to tha "uprrma Court for Ml'f from th action cf Hi Amalga mated Aorlatlon In lUtpendlni I raf fle on tha tlrcond Arenue llnr. The arllon, he uM, would l aed on In junctions MU'1 by Jiullrm lllahop and Whltlaker when the firat receiver wfi appolulril and when Mr Heaver una appointed. Theae, Injunctions for bade oil peramia to do anything1 to Interfere with the orderly operation of he cura of the company by the receiver. Mr. Chalmers said Thomas Uavey. ... . . . . . . prraldrnl of tho AinalKMnntPd Ural. the other offlcera and all members of the carmen', union wouia no mano no fendanta nn members and aa III' dividual!. Ho will present ufllilavlu setting forth that IMvey and others. patrolled Krond Avrnue, threatening' men who remained at work and using violence of speech and action. . Tho Socond Avenuo line operated twenty of lla two hundred odd cars early In tho day and promised to In crease the numlier to more than thirty. Tito company officials sold twenty of the Hi men who were out yesterday returned to work to-day. Edward A. Mnher jr. of the Third Avenuo system said &00 of the 3,000 employees nf the red car lines had re-1 fused to Join the strike. These men aro working for double pay to con- Unite while tho strike laats. Seventy, four cars were running to-day aa . against fifteen yesterday, he said. The Bronx felt the real burdon of the surface car strlko to-day when 1 men and women started to work. , Not a wheel had turned slnco shortly after dark last night In Westobcster tha tie-up was com plete. As soon as tho men learned of tho Third Avonue strlko order, em. ployccs of the Yonkera Kallroad Com pany and the Westchester Electrio Kallroad Company took their cars Into tho barns. Trucks and touring cars convert ed Into Jitneys did a thriving bust nest, taking passengers from Third Avenue and frvoi Blmpson Street to Clason Point. Car men reported that 1 In soino sections ovon roller skates were used to get about, and the bicycle liutn t bad such a vogue in many days. Jitney lines were es tablished across One Hundred and Twenty-fifth Street, and the own crs made much money carrying pas sengers at 10 cents apiece. Only six cura had loft the Third Avenuo burns at Sixty-sixth Street and Third Avonue up to 9 A. M. to day. Usually ulghty-two have gono out by that time. The six crews wg all that appeared for duty. Julius Caesar Johnson, who has been working for the company for twenty-alx years, was lrntutttd when ha found no conductor to go out with him, so ho sent home for his son, Julius Caesar Johnson Jr., twenty years old, and took him on as con ductor. An Interborough employee watching elevated trains at Third Avenue and Blxty-sixtli street roportea that from 8 A. M. to 9 A. M. thirty-sevou trains passed south and forty-one going norm, wiucn ne aeciuren was more than tho usual run at that hour. Only twenty-two cars woro running on the Lexington Avenuo Lino up to t A. M., Instead of the lit usually working at that hour. The Fourth and Madison Avenue Line sent out twenty-live- cars out of Its usual 180. No cara were running on First Ave nue, and only ten on Second Avenue at that hour. Seven out of thlrty-slx cars wern going across Ono Hundred and Sixteenth Street, and n llko num ber on Eighty-sixth Street. BRICK HANDLERS STRIKE. IN AID OF THE CARMEN Police Protection Asked After the Drivers at Two West Side Yards Walk Out. Tho drivers of the Itufua Darrow Brick Yards ut No. 61S West Forty Ninth Street nnd the Empire llrlck worKs on Tcntn Avenuo, between Forty-seventh and Forty-olghth stroets, went on sympnthctlo strlko with thn car men to-day, Tho super. Intcndonta ot the yards, aimcrtlng they Intended to hlro strikebreakers, called for police protection. Tho driver of tho concerns, (n ad dition to handling brlclc, huvu been hauling sand for tho power liouso of the green car lines at i-.iovonth Ave. lllJ al'V?",':ll,'l..B'rl"'..rl1 woro uuout iwcmy uuv in mo two ' ui. ..-,n-...n r .iUr..t.t . tho Wo-t Forty-sovonth Streot Stutlon ,0 tntf yards of tlm Darrow concern and tour iwllcomen la tho limp Brickworks. iiiKKworhs. Nnlli a CnniiiKOT'a 8oirt at iirff in inlli CnniiiKOT'a 8oirt at iirff in w culty In getting permission to go for IY Vi,,r.f!J.i5S .Ieii.;.'1,l.n." tUSfiVi wtalU. P.V. I'a.Ya "tntt "r"Suia.-Mvu ,U' W"'on said he saw many police- , J?, FDI li..f Labor Leaders in Conference Which General Strike of City Unions to aaL 4 Nv EJ5HP?aaBF JH Dl -Jr aJ aaaaaV saaaaHaaaaaaaaaK4faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaavaaHaV isaaaaaaaaaaaaaalamaH SETTO 1&&Xm STRIKEBREAKERS ROUSE MAYOR BY STORY OF ABUSE nMjifl,, 9ivS Tint Tifv ULK.L..IUOI1 3.1 5 J Kit Policemen Kept Them Pris oners in Car Barn. A delegation of strikebreakers, brought hero by agents of the Inter borough, went to the offices of the Public Hcrvlcn Commission to-day he- foro tha atrlko Inquiry opened and while Chairman Btraus and Mayor Mltchol were In conference. When the hearing began Louis Frldlger of counsel for the strikers upoke for the delegation. "I wish to place before the corn- mission," said Mr. Frldlger, who In- slated he had only becomo acquainted with tho men whllo waiting for the hearing to begin, "an astounding con d It Ion of affairs. I am Informed that there nre nt this moment SSO men In the One Hundred and Seventy-ninth Streot barns of the Intcrborough who aro practically prisoners. 'Their lodgings are unsanitary; they have but ono small washroom. They ru Burruuuuru 117 rnicu (usrui ui tho Herghoff agency. They havo been beaten, soma of them for attempting to leave; several woro beaten nearly l. .,nn...n,,.r.nu. .........I,... mi, , iuiu uu..u... vuitll havo been told they would bo killed If they attempted to escape. I ask. that they be allowed to tostlfy here." iiuum mi uc anuru. vriaimy it (tieso reports are true there tire cuuuxu policemen In this city to prevent any sucn outrageous conaitions. Merton Wyntt of iso. 105 Clare Street, Chicago, pushed forward by tho six ntrtkenrcukers as spokesman, w.-ih then sworn. "I left Chicago Sept. C, soon nfter I had been hired by Dick Dlncen, nn agent or thn liergoff & Wuddell agency. Ho promised us 13 u day and said tho work hero would t perma nent. They promised us Pullman earn to travel In. We actually got very dirty pasbcngcr coaches. Tluuo wero 161 ot us and wn were thirty hours on thn way In a speclul train." "What work wera you to loT" asked Mr. Cohen. "I wus to be a subway motorman," said Wyatt. "What experlenco had you as a motorman?" asked Mr. Cohen. "None," mild WyatL "Never ran a motor of any sort In my life." The witness produced a card with ths Imprint of the Interborough Com pany ahowlng be had been assigned to a aubway run as a motorman. It waa put In evidence. "I left a wlfo nnd ch Id in Chlcsaro." Wyatt continued, "nnd they vnro without money. I counted on sending money back to thorn right away. But after wu got started thoy said they wcru tuny going lo glvo us ii a. day I haven't been ablo to get any of that. At llrst thoy kept us In the Hev- cnth Avenuo bariiH. Tho quarters wero not uncomfortable, but the food was scanty una nuruiy fit to eat. Things were made much worm vh. tvrduy when wo wero shifted to tha Ono Hundred nnd Hevcntv.ninih Street bonis. Nobody had anything like enough to eat up there. Wn struck. They put sixteen nrmml guards nnd two policemen to watch ui nnd keep us In." "What!" exclaimed the Mayor. "Not regular city policemen?" "That's what they looked like," said tho witness. Tha Mayor Interrupted tho meeting to ordijr uu Immediate Investigation of the statement. Then the witness went on: "These private detectives Wire nrmod with Kusplpes, blackjack nnd revolvers. Davis, my pal hero, and myself got out by nretenrilni tin was nick anil I was takln? him tn doctor. Carson, the IVrghoff man In charge, t-ald to us: 'If you don't comn linen j-tiu get your ncuus cracked,' " Wyutt said he had seen men beaten for insisting on being ullowed to Icavn the barns, iMw.ird F. Wilson of No. lea How. IMw.ird F. Wilson of No. 15a How- nr'l Avenue, Brooklyn, said ho hud- tin iurt. 1)Pr ,,l,l'd 11 subway guard. Thn1 Open, lllarh. re . nui.,-iiuieu.ii.i. a strict in letting prospective guards motormen, aid. und lie nun intio mm w culty in getting permission to go 11. uivx'ivtt'iiiu-nnujiiiu. ninuu4 Jlrtd. M. UVJr- r Y. men In Iho building. They were nut acting a gu.irds, but wero going In and nut of the Interborough restau rant for meats. The Mayor snld this testimony about pollen accepting the corporation's hon pltullty wan a shock to hint mid he could hardly bellevo It. At tin- rmiuest or inn Mayor rolire Commissioner Woodn sturted nt oner, nn Investigation Into the ntorleH tlio strikebreakers told. STEEL SOARS T0 1045-8; A MILLION SHARE DAY Tho Stock Exchange had nnothor mllllnn-sharo session to-day. Hales reached 1,215.000 shares, whllo United States Steel common touched a new high murk of 104 5-8. All the "war babies" kicked up their hcols nnd made gains of from two to flvo points tn prices. Shipping com panies, copper, automobile, Iron nnd steel companies and nearly every kind of Industrial concern whoso shares aro denlt in on the exchnngo experi enced tlno booms. Itallroads wore quiet. Speculators talked about the cer tainty of ricpubllcan victory In Maine a.1 nn argument for putting up price. There waa strong buying from tho public. CloalnK Unntntlona- With ntl rbantfa from pentoiu coWa. tilth. Ixr. Utt. nh'rt. AlttU Oflld Mini.. AUUt Hitlaxnt .... Am. Il-Ft Hunt. ... 'Am f'.r Fouq.. 14 S4K 60 '. CI', III'? Ml U.1T Am; UtA Uilh -Jm- !;- Am. tn iii'i us is Aid. l.itll-tfd Am. lAnf-J 1. (in. Am. Iahxi.ujUi.. . Am. Km. A llrf... Km 11 iu5M u 1. in' l...riVin,rn C'i f.T Utt X IU Am. Wwllm Co... m 4i 4U' .1; 2 m-4.1!'? i. ViP t H an.. Ton. t h. r. lo.iV w JiS -- uuu fi 1 pa Ol'.k n f ft luiiiainr- OMo.. ZS MK r., jiuiu-nfta Mtr uu vi cro j. lo llutt a Humrlnr. . 50 Wl'i J8H It ill V H f'l. TKrol-nm itf.. "itrl 14-itA-r,,.. 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Ill K l-v 77 MJ. 1'5 7t 7.1'. 70 I NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANQE IOW. 14.S7 14.9.1 15.08 15.21 1.1.43 I'loae. 15.10 18.29 16.311 15.87 :: Vf-nrv " lr.'ii if. 31 J,""?1ry ' ' 0 it 8.8? - ...... jn.is 15.7a 16.70 16.119 ior juv m,t4 u.fiu juv 18,54 15. 1 Market cloted from Lvanc. 15.5li 7 to 2 points ad- S I JM lit. a f Offering for Monday and luesday, aept. inn ana in 4SV (614 47!i S III lit -ir fit I'lIANLT IIItlTTI.K. Vutr Mew (Irlennn Oprn-umie I ' Hum sl II TO T IF Coal Handlers on Barges Dc cidb Not to Handle Fuel for the Powerhouses. The representatives of 3S.000 long- short-men. by n vote of the board ONGSHORE STRIKE RACTION MEN NEEDED of presidents of thirty-six locals, iu I company Intended to stand by Its structcd John F. ltcllly, tho Chair ! i0ynl men to the limit, and In token man of the District Council, to attend nf It Issued placards to be put up In the conferences of the headi of tho all the barns, depots and terminals American Federation of Labor nt tho offering n reward of KOO for Informa Contlnental Hotel and authorized lilm tlon leading to tho arrest of any one to call a strike of longshoremen If tbo "Interests of labor demand It." "We nro under contract to the steamship companies," Rollly said to. day, "and wo regard those contracts as sacred. We aru seeking no excuso for a strike; we hope that tho wel fare of labor, which Is now In a grave crisis, will not compel us to strike. Hut If In tho opinion of tho leaders of labor who are now watching and studying the situation, a strike of longshoremen Is necessary to a vic tory for tho traction men, wo will strlko to a man. Thero Is not n longshoreman In New York wno does not feel that his duty to labor requires such uctlon on his part." ltcllly said ho meant to confer with .. ... . . ttugh fraync, wun wiiom the final decision would He. T. v. 01 decision would lie. T. V. O'Connor of Buffalo, President of the International Lomr-horemen's Union, with 80,000 , . ... .. Huf- ineniucrD, is iiutitta falo to Join Frayno nnd himself to- night, Hollly said. Ixical No. 847, Tidewater .loaimcu, 1,800 mon who work on coal barges, in. lat nlL-ht ltcllly said, at No. 444 old: purso $M0: five and a half fur met last nitm. """'"' nuM.d longs, straight. Hwfa. 115 (Troxlbr). 9 East Fifty-sixth Btreet and pusaed , r 7 , , , . (lrK,. Leicester. resolutions against having anything reso utions ' , 10 uu wuu uiii , .!.,, .,1 I., anv nf the Dowor-liou.ua of tlio traction companies ... ......i..;.nni.. Tbo boatmen have Information that of coal In the bins of the power ,,,,. q.rdav nla-ht. which would .OUm Stuniay nignii wnna muke It necessary for tnoro coal to .i,, uriv to-morrow. Tho railway companies have been n.uk. Ing arrangements to havet tho coal carried to tbo power houses by i,ii.iia itnlliv aatd. but the Team sters' Union heads hava been asked do so by to-night, In contradiction to Ilellly's estimato OI UIO oumiii.l "-"u a . . ...la nt- nna 1 ttj-itlf II T I" Ti tv I. k -"- -,.--.. .7.. ! i.l.lr.n.V ilml.lil I3.t0. lllnen 12.60. .1 .. .nUA aflnnn iii-iiik.... iu iiiim l 1 1 t: 1 1 yrn -ui.ia, n" .. 2H-1 inembors ooycoti uu iruttu. wsura n,,",in' if ' firr inh.rii tSSt'S with coal for street railway com- fh ii ii names nna im iiuu in (McAtcoi. snow .. iiuru. time. power houses WO inierijorouitii wuoi.w., --"rriiiyVa) st slcht I ffi.i.i .inumKnt Haturi av av nar I.sdy Jiexiran. 11 iiinyesi, uu uinviui . : . ...:; Sotiial (or trtonday, itpt. Ilth tiVT nUTTr.lt CIUSI' lit eentrs of thU tweel Is d.llcloii. Nut llutter. (loldrn Mtiluatta a more Iriniillnii or plraa. IH con,l.lnull.m,Nn 13c M BARCUAV alReCT m. KT CI oa II. J. PARrv. RO VvNA88AU ST. r in. llatllV Cl Clw eWir 3iO STREET .,-t: ... 1 t.n Mmrn wnM u wuvi u-ten mot 1.:: I ... in-. , r-.niiin. ir... ,. supply 1 "n .'" v.- tg eu minw 0.l", scfiinu, isrnKitpiuinn, 10 'a ft 1 Datlon ot a strlko of boatmen nnd Jpi; (jMckens), show 1.J0. thlnl. Time. mi, -TtJtiit teamstors this reserve had been In- i.h, Miss (hole, .The iiusybody. Astrol- H7J i.-; X h nrVamii recently to a fourtoeu days' snr. Dartliworth. Sluul, Scrutineer. wk l"-ll n sUPpV Bedpost also ran. 1IIU J.l'i J.' - " tlt fil 1J lift I i; SsvJVlasV W 111 i K rPCNNYA PQU ND P RO FIT J nsjj (afPtaMsPsam ML THt JHbjbb Sa U ii!" ill : r- : r"7VTt i I I finder.! foil arowii. full flatorjtl, lrr.li roii-iru -panuii 1 'eanuia it" -m '3n I I ri.Mfet llon r' l-tiaar ulut I.OKT Cundy Vafl. ar- rf.lion.lti e. for J'e J.OC I ootlioni- rierllenee of this tunrty futerlle; I'Ot Ml HUX 1 - . ... 1 fflTlfcl.8.MT:lL.W, CO... P. M.-a.iir3a? Ii" R. is. im n-''-"Tl..,.D.cl..,a'w,iM. meludaa th contalntr. Favored Aid Car Men T EVEN IF GENERAL Declares Demands of Union Amount to 55,000,000 Increase in Wages. Preesldent Theodore l Hhonts of the Intcrborough xald to-day that his who went to the home of an employtio and made threats ugalust him lor re maining ut worn. "Tho labor organizers arc hero to unlonlzo this city." he added, "and tho next thing they'll do Is to go to Washington, Just as tho lllg -'uur brotherhoods did. And when thuy get hungry It will bo a cuso of 'Stand and deliver!' Hut It Is unthinkable that tho allied trades will be called out In aid of this strike. It this should be, however, wo will adhere to our present policy. "Tho demands of tho unions on tho Interborough amount to 15,000.000 n year Incieuso In wages, or 04 per cent, more than lant year's payroll. To capitalize these demands would re quire Interest on SlOO.noO.OOO of bonds, which would go ahead of tho clty'H bonds, and tho taxpayers would have to meet thl. "Wo havo given our men 25 per cent, of what they'vo domandod, und this amounts to tl.250,000. Somo ono will bo kicking about this Increase, of course, so what would havo happened we nail granieu uu im-rcnso lour If we had grant tlmos as great?" BELMONT PARK RESULTS. nKTIf rtArn For maiden twn-year- ns (D.ivlen). 1 to 5, evon nnd 1 to 2, .second: Klr.t BalltSt. lli (O. Byrne).. 18 1 10 i, b to i ami z to i, tniru. rime, ins 4. s. liuiIlnL- I.adv. Onundn. Deck- mute. Pickwick and lllack ttgle uliio SHCOND ItACC Tho Bellalr Hnndb (Davles), 13 to 6, even, nnd 1 to 2. first: Kernrock. Ill (O. Hlrno). 3 to 1, even , , 2i s(.co1(l. Xj.OTi Q7 (iu,ton), 7 tu i, 5 to 2 nnd even, third. Time 1.27. Milkman, llnubeik nnd Gainer ulso run. BLUE BONNET RESULTS. nrtST RACE Purs $500: for two- 1,15, orl&nu, Lady Butty, Tho Lott Bird also ran. , I Uhl'll-ail llAt.r.IU AC I.UU! I UI III I . "".w.. ll... kVnillMr. -Ir fnrlnnt-. in.r.o. n aro jb.iu. snow ti.-iu, nm i p.iial ior lutday, Jtp lin AH.sOIITF.il Y It K N f II O It K A M IVArKKH A rulleetliin nf loathaiiuir tllaka. nsila from tie Ijeloiia, uielloiv I'rriuli Crrani. ilitllilll llntetl and llalurpu tiritlicr. i.rmn, r.,rw. Iirr. Vanilla. ( noculalo 13c and I'Ulacli. I'ni'Nlt IIOX M dHOAOWAY Clotaa , i. 111.. lu p. m 11 EAST 48 D STRKKt Clnans 13 I'. M, I'.llr m WEST 125TH TRtei Clo... I 1.. IU nm., Hal. 1. p. in 83 WEST S4TH STREET Clo.. 7 p. Pi. Hal In u. ui 14STH ST. ID AVI. Cloita I I.SOp.iit., tUtl.l.p.rc 167 MARKET ST.. Newark Cloara II aiip.m.i Miiiaa. SHONTS TO FiGH STRIKE IS CALLED fdP 'INDUSTRIAL TIE UP T E HI ",ctraus Mm 1 of On iu i-m Too Mil) Minding Oilier People's IJiiiin.." I'eldelit I lederH-k WMrldfi uf ih Third A 'ue lull.. td Cum (mil) ald lu-dxr Hiul uid am I'I'.y no alrlkr lueakrrs mi tus sys tem If be rould ntip H, and na will ing to taka lurk Hiumi ... In. mu wno nuned to return lo .rk 'I thltik I lir .ruia Kf I Ms . U'lTy urn ilu u 'be auliji-tl i.l la.Kir," im added, Umiukh. I I Imp. I aiioull asy, lha rMilitu una Tim mlk uf a gmiciul llt-up m iii'luulm- ... l.i uy mind, an dln .In-am; at M iy ril, It' would not ii.iiikh my prennui uttl tudn In any way "Tim eug f r i.uu elrd.e ttus ini In Washington I mn loi.l tn a in. hcid of on of tht rnilrimtl br iti rli di at ubiiut In l ho Iii.iIiIi h ui .mhlii. , ton Willi t-u In iim t)e. telling WN CKANGEME SAYS 1 T .illlliill'"" lliwt i t itl'a.u t.trr ,1 a i i B7 14 1 not piie.i in iwo nmiri uierei tvouni 1 -rf. 1 1.. u. aiiiki'. Tluit nun All nil 1 bavd I '. J- t I ... ....... 1.. ,...i ... ....... , n . 1 If. 1 l It"! ..." .' ," . . ..... under thn imprrxidon that the I'rrsl 'ml win. nut far away Jutt at that time . "All thlx ngltntlnn has Inflamed tha m ihH uf the iei)ple and tins In u fool. Itli. dispenili- strikv. Hut It will ba broken in time. "(.'bairnmn Htr.iu, of tlm Publla Hers ice Oomiiilnt.tin Is to hold, I nm lold, a last hearing as to tho causes of tbf st. Ike. mo that when those arn laid before tint people, the latter will know Just who Is responsible, "Well, It seems lit mr thnt Mr. Straus Is nt the head of nn organiza tion which Ih busy minding other peoples' buslniss." YONKERS LAW WHICH BARS STRIKEBREAKERS CECRIED Commuters Will Attend Council Meeting To-Night and De mand Its Repeal. YONKKILS. Sept. 11. it Is expected then will b a stormy meeting of tbo Vonhers Hoard or Aldermen this eve ning. Slnco Saturday night, when the trolley men quit In sympathy with tha .strikers In Now Ynik City, sentiment fur tho repeul of tlio local ordinance which makes nil attempts at breaking 11 street cur strlko In t hit city Impoa. albl", hits grown. ThU sentiment. however. U conllnod largely 10 jtna well-to-do and tho commuter. Ynnkers Is a union city, and the unions Hfom In hearty sympathy with the ordliianco winch proveiuu mo op era tlon of cars with strike-breakers by providing that no ono tthnll opor ato a car without tlftoeu duyn' cxpe- rlcncn in tlm city. Commutera have ao often been In. convenleneed they propose notion. Sxvcral hundred of them from tha Third Ward nlono will attend tho Al- dcrmunlo Board uieetlng till, evening and demand that thu ordinance ba repealed. WIFE EXPECTED A BABY, SO HUBBY GAVE UP $810 Held Up In Front of Home, Labcr Man Yielded to Demand of Two Auto Bandits. CHICAGO, Sept. 11. "Sh-h-h! Not so loud. Hero tuko this," said W. It. Lucas, labor union official to twu hold-up men who stopped him la front of his home about mldnlrbt, nud he handed them a roll of 1511). They went off tn an automobile. "My wires expecting a uauy, ana rather than causo any excitement I rave up tho money without n fds.i,"' Liiens told thn nollco Bell-ans Absolutely Removes Indigestion. Onopackago proves it. 25c at all druggists. JHE LPW ATEDjj, SUBWAY uilU ELEVATED TRAINMEN and STATION MEN WANTED. Good opportunity to sccuro permanent position. Apply 10 Cortinndt Street Office opon from 7 A. M midnight, All "boat and found" artlclta adrartlMd In Th World or raportta ta "Uit and Found Uap't.," In formtllon Iiurrau, World Mulldlns, will ba llaUd for thirty dart, Thaaa Hals can ba aean at anr of Tha World'. Otflc... "Lo-t and Found" adTarlliamala oaa ba laft at any of Tha World's Advartlalns Acanclaa, or can b. lalaphonad dlractlr to Tha World. Call 4000 Baakmaa. Haw Trk. ar Brooklyn Offlco. 4100 atala. I. 1 v J 1 1 . ... A ! to K isW. I rjl TttTaWatasHai 111 lisTisn i' ,aiafinrriTiir-miirBi !"".