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KM) OUT OF TOWN IN A NEW VIGILANT Memorial Day Veteran Blows Bu.de Blast That Rallies Village Against Radical. iVFr.m"A.Ri fq Tuunvvw Revolutionist Who Was Tarred for Abusing Bride I-lees in Auto. (Special ' om a Staff Correspondent of tho Evening World.) MARLBORO. X. Y., May SO. For the second tuno the people of this littlo town in the hills have arlvcn In resentment against the presence of Imuck White, the radical agitator, jiiul as a mild second chapter to the turrlng and feathering they gave him u week ago for alleged ill-treatment of his wife, a party of them to-day ran h.m out of town with a ftiHlladc of vegetables. The last s.ccn of him he -was getting every ounce of possi ble speed out of his ramshackle car In the direction of his oabln three tnlles awa. And, evidently, this Is not to bo the towtuvcople, because the per vading sentiment here 1s that the vigilantes wil' pay him another visit unless Ik leaves thesa parts. What The people say is this: "The town of Marlboro has 1,503 inhabitants, not counting Itouck White " White came into town tills morning to (ret a pair of sandals at a cobbler's shop. The main Btreet of the littlo hamlet m filled wtlh people about to start the day's memorial services. In the u-owd wcio a number of G. A H veterans While White was in ihc cobbler's some boys pasted to the windshield of his car part of a pace of to-day World bearing bis picture and the story of the tarring and leathering. Some of the people standing about the shop did not recognize AVhitu and ono old veteran asked why tho clip ping had been put on the ear. "That's Uouck White In the shop," was the quick answer. That was all the veteran wanted to know lie had a bugle In his hand and he raised it atl blew a blast, noinowhat cracked, perhaps, but suincicnt to bring all Main Street to the scene Then Wrhite came from the shop. Tho flrst tiling he saw was the clip ping. He toro It oft with a sickly smile and started Into his car. This was the signal for the opening of the barrage, for which the people about tho shop had lost no tlmo in prepar ing from tho shelves and trays of a neighboring grocery. As soon uo White was In tho car tho vegetables began to fly. Ho ducked down as thoy whizzed past his head or caught him in tho back. The fusllado did not stop until ho was out of reach. Tho ire of tho community was aroubcd against White on May 30, when hla bride, Andreo Emillo Simon White, 20 years old, whom ho mar nod In Paris on April 21, wen to Jus. tlce of the Peace Doyley Hutchins nd asked for a warrant for her hus band's arrest. The complaint she rnado against White was that tho morning boforo ho had garroted 'her in bed and flung her to tho floor, say. Tlos, "You are my servant and when Sr&u don't do as I tell you, I'll beat jrou like it cow." K)'M W.,itc, fearful of her safety, UU4 (o Uifi borne oi. .William MKlrftUi. WAR VETERANS REAR ADM. HUSE. MAJOR GEN. DULLARD. f Members of the James C. Rice Post Taking Part in To-Bay ATTACK 'rIW'';' n! I Hull Mfe. :$i Z JX-ffls- tA . mu i&t)torttc&iK9iis.ji I who keeps a boarding house on an unjoining f;;rm. MiKlratli i-ald lie was glad to harbbr her ami would take euro of her until all lur troubles were .settled. The warrant obtained by Mrs White was then placed in the hands of Deputy Sheilff William McConnell for service. He went to the four-toom shack in Snnko Hollow where White lived accompanied by Mrs. White. White talked with his wife in French, as she spealis little Knglish, and ac cording to what was told to Mc Donnell, White told her to go to the Mc-Klrnth homo and remain there, that be would settle the bill for hut maintenance. Thereupon Mrs. White asked the Deupty Sheriff to with hold service of the warrant for a day or two. Later Mrs. White consulted an at torney here In the town, B. l- Cec-rie, f.nd he started a separation action for her Hut before this had got very fnr the "Entertainment Committee" visited White and tarred and feather ed him. White came to town last Wednes day morning, according to the Jus tlco of the Peace and gave his wife's lawjer $100 to pay for her mainteii anco until the annulment action, 'be gun in I'oughkccpsl" bust Saturday, is heard. TO ABOLISH COUNTY AND BOROUGH JOBS Meyer Committee Plans Favor Dropping These Parts of City Government. Ono of the plans of the Meyer Cchii mlteo investigating the Hylan Adminis tration is the abolition of liorough and county governments In thn City or New York, Chairman Schiller M. Meyer le vcaled to-day. "The work of tho Charter itevtfi'on Commission probably will be guided 10 a great extent by the findings of the committee of which 1 am chairman," Senator Meyer 3uid. "Com-olldating tl. work of the various government:' within the government of thn city Is In volved In the task of slmplyliig munici pal government. Under the general iplan suggested, tin work now done by the eountj ar 1 borough, officials would be taken ovet by existing departments of the city, Jii" work of the County Clerk, for Instance, might be handled b the Register, nn.l many or the duties of the Win riff cjiild be discharged toy the Police Depart ment. heck Hum Ilnnner Who .slierllT. CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., May 30. -Sheriff A. G. Catron of Walker County, Ga., which adjoins this city. Is dead and n posso of otllcers and Infuriated oItizcn.s arc scouring the wilds of Look out Mountain in search of an allegej rum runner who emptied u revolver Into Uio offlcer'a body, THE CAPT. KIRCHNER. JAMES C. RICE POST NO. 2S. ! DRAWS THOUSANDS FOR ALL-DAY CAR Exciting Races in Preliminaries for Annual Rowing Championship. Until banks of the Harlem Klvcr from l!07t.h Street to Washington Dridgo wero lined with spectators and lowing enthusiasts to-day to witness this annual regatta of tho New York Rowing Association. The brige at 207th Street, where the. start was made over tho mile straight away to Washington Hridge, won crowded an hour before the llrst crews took to the water. At Wash ington Bridge no nioio could bo ac commodated apparently, M-i there sct-nied to be always room for ono more to squeeze in and see the finish. There wius much disappointment when it In came known the trial heats of the Junior eights had been eallivl off, there bo.ng no necessity for rowing the preliminaries, New Itochcllo hiving withdrawn. This 'eft five crows to compete in the fin als, two from Columbia and one each from tho New York Athletic Club, lTnion Boat Club and tho Potomac Ither Club. Tim Junior Slnglo Scull prellnmln arles furnished .some real incitement in the second heat. 'I ho first heal was won by J C. llarth of the I'nlon Boat Club with 1'ranU Menne of the Metroolltun Bowing Club fetond The s.cond heat was won by Charle." ICicholz. William Hajnes of the Metropolitan Itowin Club and Uil ward Fitzgerald of the Nonpareil Club a s!i' distance bohind batt'od It out fii SLCond place rowing a dead heat. This makes for fivu contest ants In the finnl late Lhi.s afternoon. Tho regatta this year had sixti-two entiles and a lowing per.vinnel of more in. in L'wi. C'onsldLrable local interest Is ecu tired around thn senior singles race. in which Ixiuls Zoha of the Bohemian uoat ciuu ann lienry It. Heller of tho LOno Stars aro again faclnir tho .darter, along with N. Garrett nil. niyio of lliu Uucholora' liasga Club, HARLEM REGATTA EVENING WORLD, PASS IN REVIEW IN GEN. WEIGEL. I s Big Parade , Philadelphia. Last Decoration Day Heller fouled X.oha near the finish and upset him, just as victory was within grasp of the latter. Zona do clnud to take advantage of too teoh- jnaal victory and tho two rowed off the match a week .later, with Zoha 1 "ii'Sing" out Heller by six inches henei the race to-day Is for "blood." I Another feature of the day's events I Is the I'ublln High School elght oared shells for the Samuel A. Cramer I Cup, one log of which is held by thn ' vv.ii. r n'iri in n,r)i 'en.. .... tries for this event are Central H'gh of Washington, D. C; Philadelphia High and New Itochcllo High Srhools. Mr. Cramer was a mcmlier of tho T.one Star Club and tho cup is do nated In his memory. The senior doubles will bring out the Shea brothers of the Nonpareil llowlng Club against Kelly and Cos tello of tho Vesper Boat Club, Phila delphia, Pa. This Quaker City team will also compete In tho senior cen tipedes. After an absence of twenty years from competition, the Nautilus Boat Club of Uravesend Bay has an entry this season in the junior four gig. Tho determination to resuino rowing came about through tho youngei element in the club The Nautilus quartet will have tho Lono Stars against them. Tho latter crew averages UO pounds each. The iiiarter-mlle dash should be a classic with such speedy scullers as Allison and Bingling of the I'ndino Boat (iub rowing agauit each other, Tom llooney of tho N. Y. A. C; Frankie Hhe.i of the "Nona" and Gar rett Gllmore or tho Bachelors. Commndoro John O. Began of tho M(.tnio!itan Bowing Club and H irrj Pcnn Bui I;m of the Malta Boat Club, Philadelphia, .ne the r ferers. The starter ii Herbert P. Milllgan of New Itochcllo. BRITISH FLAG CREATES TROUBLE Policeman, to Restore GuoJ Feel ing, Orders It Taken In at West Side Kcsideno;. A British (UK ImiRliig this morning from a second story window of the heme of -Mrs. Viola Henderson at No. 30 Wist 00th Struct, Just oft the lino of tlr naiade on Blveraide Drive. crowd of persons to gather shoiitinir mi nds that the flag he taken down. When the cause of the disturbance was understood .Mm. Il-ndormm wnt o .enant to the street to e.pl iln But the f'.ii! was on- whl'ii had hem l-Hih in hei by rclativirt who hud fought with , the L-unauinn Arm. Tho noise and I hooting wi ru doubled, l-cliei man 'ose of Traill. i- wnx' called and was askid to dispv-rxo 'the trouble-makers. Ho s.ild that ho thought the best 'win-' to nulntnin was to take In the ilag. Thin whs lone I an. i we crow, after three cheers for. Inland, disported. W MONDAY, MAY 30, Gallant Old Marching in the Memorial Parade VETERAN ZOUAVES. ' I i " ' " ' AIT HAS ILK LIKE CHAPLIN: HE At Pistol Point, Patrons of East Side Restaurant Give Up Money and Jewelry. The police are looking for a man who walks een funnier than Charlie Chaplin, according to tho patrons or Pranko's restaurant, No. 130 Mist 13th Street. Ho walked right In there yistcrdny morning about 3 o'clock, and those not too busy playing pin ochle ns ho walked to the back of the room had a good laugh. When he reached the end of to room they ceased laughing. "Hvcrybody line up against the wall and stand there," scald the: man, with tho cimedy feet. "No monkey busi ness and be quick, l'ut your 'hands up!" There was a nng in his voice that contrasted strangely with tlio comlr walk, nnd then- was no more mirth. Forty men wero InUhe place. Some looked toward the front door, but there another bandit had them cov ered. Lined up against thn wall, thn tec ond robber went through tho victims Ho got between $500 and fCOO mid an assortment of wntcliLB. "Now be good," said the swarthy Ch.uiio Chaplin, and with his pal io ambled out In the same old walk. Thu police believe him to havo been an px-walteror bailendor with a pair oi fallen an-hes. Frank llederhoff, u waiter who was rilleved of JIO, said tho pair looked to him like a couplu of coko fiends who w re desjiCi-jto. Henry Aberbac-b, anotntr waiter In ' tho plan-, i,a.s when the order came to put up his hands the band.t turned his i yi s fm a minute and bo disaiipeared down the cellai. The wife ol one of the pinochle pla.Mi-s, a liuti bi r In the ni Ighbor liood. was outside waltimf tor her Imul.mwl el,.. ,e .u ,,l...i.i lr. .... I.. Tho bandit uHked her to step Inside und iclieveil her ot her money and je.weiry. The latter ho Is said to havo feiven back upon her plea to him. uni noimyinMn liULuourHumm 1921. ROBERT ANDERSON POST NO. 394. ' Veterans of Zouaves 1 OPPOSE DAVIS PLAN Two Locals to Send Protest to Washington, but Many Men Resume Work. More than a thousand members of Locals No. 33 mid SO of thu Marine Ihigliieers' Union met In Webster Hall this afternoon and wero iiractl oally unanimous against acceptance of Oie proposals of Secretary of Labor Davis looking toward terminating the ship strike Tim only official action taken at the meeting w as to at range for the appointment of a committee of time fiom each local to go to Washington and protest to William H. Brown, President of the Mamie Knglnecrs' Beneficial Association, against his signing any compromise agreement. The protests weie based upon the '.iinrgo that at yesterday's meetings when the proosals were accepted only DuO votes were cast by Local No 33 and 300 by Local No. SO. Thus, ..cording tu tho protectants, the vote was not representative of the senti ments of the 7,000 members. While the meeting was in piogress a niimbei of the eiigiiuors who ban voted to go hack withdrew aril said they were going to apply for their old Jolia They predicted that "by to morrow tho real of tho men would bo breaking their n eks to get back cm the Job." Tho apparent split in the union Is swl to be growing more ui;. ous. li. ; Marline, President, and li. L. Todd, bilslm ss inuiMgi r of No. M. I w ho haw; favored acceptance of the I nrunnjulu. Mi-ri1 XI lis. nl fiom this aftern-on's meeting. An.lii-w KuriiKfth, International Prcaldent of the He.imen's I'nlon, and tho otln r leaders of the Seamen's and Marine l-'in men's Unions, said to-d.iy that they Would not go to Washmg ton unt. I they receive word fiom A'!""r''1 ''"''" of the Whipping Board, that their rcprese ntallvcs are to bo allowed passes to go on tho uteamshlii piers. Tho Munson liner Huron, which 000 ft IERS TDEi SHIP STRIKE GREAT PARADE 1 vestirduy put ibaellt into xrt with 140 p.is.'.eiiger'i attt r having been 300 Mines at sen, was scheduled to start .igain late this nfleniooii Although apt MoDoi-iiiau of the ship and I I'Y.mk C Mutison, President of the I line, were quoted un having explalneil lie return of the bate as a result of I the otrlkc, at Pier '. liist Blver this aftei noon, It was stated the tcle l in--! i.r stiering gear had gone wrong .uio me snip ijiki put iiaeK as a re uili Now, it wasaddid, tho signal ling device from the ihriilgc'had been ieV:ined and the Huron was ready to sail again I- r li o ie Janiero. 10,000 VISIT GRAVE OF T. 3. riot HunUeil li l-liinrra by Vl-t-1-niiin mill scIiimiI riillilrt-ii. OYSTHIt BAY. L. I . May 30. Ten thousand persons visited tho grave of Col Theodore Boosevelt In Young's .Memorial Cemetery to-day. By early idternon the entire Itosevelt plot was funked with llowers. In tho iiarndo from tln centre of the vlllago to tho ginve, married tiiemhcri of Qnenlln Itoimevelt .Post, No. I. American Le gion, and other posts of nearby towns. Iloy Neuuts and school children also lliarehid. Ilrnnson Cult Ink', an editor, of .New Mexico, who Is a gin t at S.'lg.imoic Bill, urged the American Legion to keep the doctrine of prep.ireduesi con stantly In fori- the nubile. PRIEST HURT IN CHURCH FIRE Viler Candle IuiiIIi-k Draper) nl Vlruln'H Mirlne, I'atlier Tcdiwhi Alfonso, of the Church of the .Madonna 1)1 Loruto, No. 303 BllZ'ilicth Street, was burned on the t Ik) 1 1 hand to-d.iy when hu e.xtln gumhed u Hi i- In Die i-hviirh tint started Mjon afrer a memorial service His qui V.;nb0fr..,n'lH. rloui loss ,"V'''' I ', 7.L,V...'., . , l lln".., ' the to ipniiiry iilHiut the statue of the Vir-1 gin, uni a Imy who h i. I lnuei.d in I the edillei . Jill.il Kuther Allono. thin itf nl in in alnctn I New Foreign Service Is Given To the Readers of The World or all papers outsldo the United states, the .Manchester (England) lluardian has the llncst reputation for truly liberal views, for deep human i.wupathy and for thoroughness In news. It covers tho doings of iIl own nation fearlessly and elllclenily. It maintains staff correa. pundenls in all centres of news Interest, especially in Europe. Tho World has added the Manchester (iuardlan's cntlro news ser vice to tho work of Its own bureaus and staff correspondents abroad. It congratulates Itself on being nblo to lay heforo Its readers the tiuardlan'H despatches, which will be found always Important, always Interesting,. always authoritative ami filwnys now. Tho Manchester (Iuardlan's despatches are to bo found only In Tho New York World (Morning Edition) and those papers In America taking The AVorld's scrvlep. T. M SKULL FRACTURED i BY BANDIT. HE LIES Police on Post Fail to See V." lim of Hold-up, Thou.r Door is Unlocked. N STORE 20 HOUR? Held up In Ills store by bandits. about noon yesterday, Abraham 1'cld-" ' stein, proprietor of a dry goods cstab. " ' llshment ftt No, 1358 Third Avenue. . lay on tho floor back of his counter -unconscious with n fractured skull until S o'clock this morning when hlfi" wife, and M, Ruliep, proprietor of a trunk store at No. 13C0 Third A-e- -nue. found him. During the approximately twenty hours between tho assjult nnd the discovery of 1-Vldstoln's plight the front door of the store wis unlocked. Three policemen wero on thnt post ' between noon yesterday and 8 o'clock this morning, and policemen nro sup. posed to try all tho donrs on their t)cats. It was l-'eldsteln's custom to closa t his store nt 1 o'clock on Sunday and take to his .home at No. 124 Knst Sfith .Street tho Saturday and Sunday receipts. He was getting ready to close up and was working on nil hooks when his son and assistant, ' Harold, left shortly before noon. When 1-Vldstcln did not noncar at r homo at his usual hour his wife and son assniped that he hnd gono ''" visit relatives In Brooklyn. Ho had ' " spoken of Intending lo do this. Mrs." ' Feldsteln did not worry until lata' last night. Sho waited until 8 o'clock ; this morning before going to thn" .store, nncr a premonition that omo thlng was wrong prompted her to ask her neighbor, Mr. Ituben, to go In with her. Ah they entered the store thby saw tho Sunday newspapers on the end of ono of the counters whero KcIJ steln was nccustombed to place thci-t" In readiness to carry them home. ' ' Two Ilghbs wero burning In tho sto: . Feldsteln was crumpled up along-" ' ddo his desk, which was near tho ' cash register Dr. Hawn, who responded to a cull'" from Metropolitan Hosplt.-d, founl' ' l-'eldsteln's ees blackened, his face cut and bruised and a dcpre.nlon In hi" " skull, indicating a fracture. The nu. morons bruises on his faco Indicated that ho had put up a fight before bi- ' lug overpowered. Accord'.ic to thn son, the cash register contained moro man .iuu w nen no lert tho store. Thj' money is missing. l-eldstelu's store was entered h burglais several week ago. They worked at night nnd carriid off JS03 . worth of loot. Iist Tuesday nlirht Bllficn'x Htiire nnvr ilin, ta nv.t....i Tr:"1,!"'" - ''' lonR Third Avenue In tho Yoikvllle sK'tlon told ar Kvenine-" orl,l reK)ter that there havo bcr.-r" iiuuierous robberies of U'.e on botli" sides of the avenuo betwoen 7 I'd and xf.tti Streets. 'A k i4 1 1 -I'