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_ ?x"v' To-morrow, Partly .lou.ly: aoutl partly doudy; south we?t uinda. NEW-YORK. FRIDAY. JULY 10, 1907.-TWELYE PAGES.-., _>.*___**__3_?... PRICE THREE CENTS. SCORES FALL IN HEAT FIVE VICTIMS DEAD. lloitcsi Day of Year Kceps Ambu lances and Surgeons on Run. Aft.'r _____ wf__l.__._ng effects of the bumldity of -V._n.-s__v the heat of yesterday took high tol. in Kew Yorl.. More than a acore ar.d a half of prostratloua ker-t thr- Qmbulance Burgeons of th* hosr__als busy. unJ hulf a dozen deaths wor. -..1. Among tbe caaes of proatration and F-jr.sfrr-k. in the hospitals three or four ar.- not exj-erted to llve Outalda of eong-e.ted Manhattan prostratiomi t. er. not so eommon. but to-day is expe ?well the number there. too. if tbe temperatura keeps up. The t-ituation ln Brooklyn is complt cated by the ________ of en ad-.__.t_ force of In tcrr.ea a. __.l_.__i County Hospltal, where are only elght MUgeoufl to look after more tlian six hundred patients, and of those two aro away almoat eoastanUy on the arnbulanees. At the Coney Island hospltal, where the ovenlike tem lerature of Surf avenue often results In many casts of heat prostratioo induced by alcol there ls cnly one 6urg._on, and he baa been <">_ duty continuously for more than twenty-four hours. Had it not been for the few dropa of r_ln wfcfcfc fell around noon the list of dead and ..tc-d would have been greater. * 1: tba middlo of the hottest day ot tbe year. tbe fflftle __how_r caused the temperature to drop M to _5 ___agr__ea In two hours. It a'.r_> c'c-rc-u a great dt-al of the moiature out of tho i.:r. reducfng the humldity. Just beforo noon tbe -._.:..idi-.y ____U from C6 to 48, but by 2 o'clock it had dimbed back to 64, a.nd Bufferlng becanid iriter.se once more. TiiE DEAD BROvV N. Frar.cU. No. 31_> Bth street. B___BLA__DT, Btanlnr. ti.lrty-li.e years o'.d. No 240 E-LSt Uot street. UAF.-N-EF.I'.'KLuA. Marr.le. fccver. montha old. Har Hospltal. tl Gt'IKE. -. thirty years oid. addresa unknown; Harietn Hospltal. KSANU?. Michael, twenty-elght years old. No 1__>3 ii avei.t-e. PROST1U7ED SlAED WIN. Mita a_poe_, twenty years old. _reasma_ter, Kd ?31 West 28tk etreer; overcome on e__v__t-d tr .::. at 72d atre-t and Columbua avenue. ___.ose Vt.t H_*pl'_al. BOLAND. Jair.es. thirty.seven yeara Old, Janltor of ____________ booaa at No. U_: East 77th etre.t; .v.r crr.e at hsane. I'resbyterlan Hospltal. CjHEN. niSiJsniTW laiull Otia yeara cld. No. M Eaat ll__th atreet; overr m _ at ii_.li etrcet a:.d East Rlver; Believua Boflpttal. CENMA.N", John. forty-elg.it years oM. Ko. 52 North __..:? tt F.^c-; duabeiiauad Street HospKaL ; VA_aT, John H , forty-elght yeara old. ealosr-.an. No 11T Eaat 34th street; over- ume at 84;h street ar.d Lealr.gton avenue; Beilevue Hohp-.ral FOI-EY, John. forty-flve years o'.d. DO home; taken from ne-ar T.nderloln to Beli-vue Hospltal; heat aad alcohoilem. fOWLER. John. patr- irr.ar.. No 122 Wt?t 27th s-reet; iisaai ssna at r"ri.;.__:u aad West streets. Hudsoa street Heapttal CEKBECK. BetUT. twenty-r.lne yeara old, No. 100 V.'eat SOth s'reet; overco.r.e worklng la kltchen of (.r:_sr.? H.-iel; Kooeavelt Hos_.l__L OCCHWEN. A-.r.i?.. sever-.'.y years old, No. R..34 orand aver.ue. Kltgabrldge; ForQiiam l_o*;>ltal Gt'TTENBER.;. Jac-r... thlrty-two yeara o.d Eaat llSih street; orercome at No. _._>_? Broadway; --. VtoeaoCs Hoti'it&i. HAEET. Chrls . aevectecn yeara old. No. 20 Battlett srreet, evetrcoma at Urand and Griei.. avenoes. bweclah ii-._j.:ta_. J_._-.2_.AP. Ltrzle, twer.'y yeara old, N,?. 1K3 Eaat 100th atreet; o-er ?>:.._ ul No. 101 WoOBter Btra '-. Bt. "???? ?r.t a H -Si'Stal t,t\.;, Wllllam. twll fsar yeara old. No. 2i.2 Weat 21et atreet. _W|lt_n_l lu B_-___ J'ark; X.-.v Y_-_t Hi.'Uii. H_,T. Car:. twer.'T years cld. No _M Eaat 06th stre-t; ?n'-.e at Wa_.:.._tu:i ki/d Veatry atreets; H-Jdr-oi. _.'.:eet HoapiicU. JlAT LINO. Cesare. ftftee-- years cld. Nn. 4-"9 East :14th freer; ovar-^rr.e at No. 4S_. Broadway; t-r..l home. -l. FE. X-B-Othy, tw. r.'y-eight yeara old, No K-0 ? ??';. street. QTSresma at il.i'h etrev-t ar. i . t-.t as-BBja, and aku.: n?_bab_r ba tan ? i arteaa ITi-SiillBl ? V.il.ia.... twer.ty yeara old. No. 74-5 Wa--i'r.g aad v.>*_ streeta; ::..?.!'- H> I, _ IT. Jci-r.. .wer.ty-tw. yeara old, No. ?.3_ West --.-??'. ; : Stiated at No. 206 West 87th street; .t Haa_j_-1, } f rty-r.ve yoaia OM, No. 21 e i;r :.?; ever. ".?; <_t Trir:. .-r.t a.:... - . Boa_4__L r .-r.e at l^'.h street ard Avenue ? attasdai -y nalloma eo.-ge :. a:.: ser.t :? me EEW'AP.:.. Ti.uriow. r.fty-i.-.-j yeara Ko 213 8t J.-..s Place; over-rome at Siat._- ar.d .'..-^rt Btreeta; _b_M klyn Hos^lta.1 %MS* ?ll>1 Ije-rie. '! irty years old, dr'.v.rr, K BS7 "?'.ft _.-..'.-, s-r.et. _ar_a__B_a ln (Stand < enual : r..?> .-le. _n__Mr li +1 :rai. IBaN:"??::. Jc.-.n. _k__rt_r-sne yeara cid. Na 114 lurk K v overoor.je at No. 271. iearl atreet. Irt. tiregory'a ;-.?, ItsL CiliT!' A.-trt. fcrty ntaa i'.ra ald. No. 3-_ East C.'.?h Btreet; SaaillWIls at Ko. i*>i Eaat B-t_ atre-l. Flower -s0K_>_____t___, ManlE. ___rty .- I??>. 611 I_e:.'.x t-- ;a. oaaarootne Bt ."? ;-' l_Ba_aC__a_r Btraajt. a' Bi _.;? Ir f/.rs-y. of =.- Vi:. ?: t's HospltBl, and aer.t l_SB__ ?etTii-'.?. Oi'o. ___rt_r _______ years oid. No. 1KC 2d ai? B_o; i___B___i at Broadway aad Leor-ard etrcet; Hud a | J-u-eet il" a; ita;. Waphlj-. Edwatat, No. 141 E.st 'S.th atreet; >?? ? _'. bc_as; attended ty Balli ?i_a K^sr-'ti,: bi.rge-jn. R-UVCBa, J.. '_rty yeara <?/.?. No 24<8 M -.r .; .-r..-t. _ ar . -.._ ??. S, 2:7 West flat atreet. ur.co.-_s 1 i?. P. > ..ve.t H-?ri'_J QVIN?.. nantel ?WlT-or_a yeara c... No 240 East 2.":j sraa-. ^vercj.-r.e at ZZA et-eet ar.d Avenue A, Ue.e T'_? Ji_e_.;'a... -U.!i.'.' _..:._.?..e. tv-?,n*y-fc_ir y._jra otd, Ni 14". Enat J'.r.; e **?*?? <r-"er-j."-e c?. e>vated trala at 1 l._r.._.r__ ^?ia.T?; CevracaHnr BasaetaL ? f*._rur ..s ln rhe mlddle of the day ahow tc _-hat the o!ty waa expoaed: 12 m_, tempera t?re, g9; bumldltjr, 4J; 1 r-- _*. tf-riii>ferature, 88; hunj^i-y, .4. : p. :r... temi_*_*mture, S5, bumldltjr, *_t. At c o'clock littla rellef ua. promfsed by tbe aV-tther liureau, urblcb predlcted cloudy "aVeat .er t^ -d_iy &n.l to-morrow, '.vhi.rli may be aflagbdy noo|_r. But the wlnds from the aoutb "ateat ???c|_i_g a--ri___ a eunbakuil country jfive itt'.le r A>_r_'i.to_-n tbe sufferim; __... a;-: Intenae a_ in tt* h'dij'iled teneir., nta of tbe _____ Slde. tn the ?-*e mari-b-iiit caujrona there _as not a breatb <* alr . tirrh.g-. ;_.nd the dlsc.mfort was furth.-r ?cr?:__g.f; xat (______? v.h-, (locked to th?. taloons, ?Mulzir.g |n ?Jeoboifc be_r<___g__. The man who Mm a r..kt v_ta reyar :. . _k by ;. *"* Knsfble persona, although bere aml thi re ^^ rnight ? -. wftb Uttle i.-iutt-.n chop **'_ls_. r? w. -.-...-'_' ?_-.?: ?tarnj'r.g collar. When night feU at Coney laland more than fc ihe__a_nd men, womea -_t..i chlldren were *"?*plr._; on ,... beach, and aeveral hundred ??N 1 ... ? , ...-...- ,?! t!..- Dreamlan 1 ? f So. 833 WTi it 4"'!; I <.* blillarda :?'? al _tfo. ? ?". .':7'i. au___t, long enougb to take :t ,'na. d.'ir.k b-om a tlusk. II. went back *o tbe **'? '?? _M_1 ;.;; uik ..ns< ious. while trylng to tnake * dbo. rie m tak*-n to itiKiw-vt-lt Hospltal, *-__-,. he probab!y wlll dl- . whei IfcAullffe waa overcome hy the ?**? a; up?j, u+t*mt and rii-as.it avenue h<^ ?PbtJt - ..i _H ba fell. H<- _a.s taken t-> ** Jl?'?':? :n Hospltal, irhei Cottnd that ?*'?*: r> ;.i .-??-. _ra___ured and that be probably re 'Mk'-:: by the J' ' for tl . r.rot*. tlon of 1 n EJaths were mgrr-gated aml ~JJ"k'' . . ? . :...; . -f other placea _r tvery ; .. .-. , . ready for the *mfc \- _nta <-. the Society for the ^W't.tj.,;. ,f ....... ,., ., ..,;> ,,;,tr..ll--<l the ? ... . l!:a. l.-i I ***t*M.--A_.t.' ST. GEORGES DEADLOCK. No Rector Since J. K. Cook Eloped from Hempstead Chureh. There i-= a spirited light on between August Belmont, senlor warden of the o!d St. GK EpiscopaJ Chureh, at Hempstead, Long Island. anu the ot!irr membera of the congregation over t1'.-- Balary whlch ahaU be paid to the new rector. A meeting was held laat nlght and the Ugbt w.-ix.-ii furlous. Mr. Belmont wanta to raise the salary of the rector fr m 11.500 to $_.5l 0, and he la opposed ln this by neariy every one else in tbe congrega? tion. Miss E-izabetb Clowes, one of the opposi tion, got up at ihe meeting lusi night and told Mr. Belmont, who presided. that few persons among the congregation were getting $2 year and she dtdn't see why the rector "Well," said Mr. Belmont, "if some ..f the women of tho congregation would tak.- the money they spend in g.dng ln bathing an.l put it Into ti.,- contributlon bix. we could easilj raise tbe necessary money to allow the rector to I go among >.i.. parishioners u:.d wear good ! elothes." Mr. Belmont a's.i said be believed that the j ninin reaaon why the Rev. J. K. Cook, the former i rector. ran away with Floretta YVhab-y, an event l which caused no end of comment, was the mea : erene?s of his salary, which prevented hlin from J meeting bia obligatione. The ractorshlp of the cburcb ls vacant nt the ; present time ar.d a few weeks ag.. a call wa* extended to the Rev. T>r. Kerridge, ..f Eastern Pennsylvanla. Dr. Kerridge came to Hempstead ; nnd nfter looking over thi chureh decided that j he could never live In ti;.. rectory, which he _ald I waa in a wretched condition. It was expected | that a call would be extended to the Rev. Henry r>. Bryan. 0f Garden City, but ther. seems to be some objection to him on the part of Mr Belmont. St. George'a Chureh recelved lts charter from King c.. rga Mr. Belmont called att tntion to the fact that be had offered 150.000 to the chureh lf the congre?;atli.n would raise a like amount. and said that nothing had ever been done to take up hla offer. He aaid that it was quite possible to out the chureh on a paylng hasis. and quoted aa an example Tli.- Flrst Natlonal Bank of Hempstead. of which he ls the founder and president. Ile sai 1 th;.t tli.- bank opened with a deposlt Of 150.000 and now had over $800,000 ln lts pafes. Ar..>ther meeting will be held next week, when tho congregation will.try t.i come to sorrie agree llT'tlt. BALTIMORE STORM SWEPT Lightning Terrorizcs City?Deoths in West Virginia. [By Telegraph t >The Trlbune.] Ealtimoro. July 18.?Lightning caused : i of tbousanda of dollars and for a half an hour ; produced a reign of terror ln this city nnd t?ub i urbs this evenlng. It waa the worst eleetrlc. I wind und rain storm that bas Bwept over Balti j more ln many years. Th? wind reached the fury of a tornado. Housea were unroofed, including tho Nati..nal Hotel. Lightning waa Incesaant. Bolt after bolt struck housea, atables and barna and kept the flrst department busy reaponding to half a dox< n alarms. A bolt set iire t.. John \V. Elgert's stable and twenty-six horaes were ? burned to death and the building destroyed -T..t rallway service was paralyxed f<>r a I Ume. a number of the cara be::i_- atruck, the mo ; tors burned out end th<- paasengera thrown into ? pe__c On one streetcar line alono over I thirty cars \\ .-re siruck I'ittsburg, July IS.?Conservatlve reporta from Interior pointa of West VlrginU to-plght Indi ' rate that ti.-- flooda < a:^> ,1 by Btorma and burata ln the last forty-eigbt Imura ar.. recedlng and that the damage will reach at least half a milll n - Lhs 1 ave thus t i ? reported. At Maeomber, In Preaton County, tl a gr.-at.-.-t damage was sunTained. The loss T-. thn county ln bridges carrled away will reach $100,000. At this piace, while Mra. Bolyard and ber two chlldren were Btai ding on a porch watchlng the waters which had already reached the fio ir, the porch gave way. A tnoment later Bolyard >-?? pped to the do >r only ln tlme to aee his entlre Bwepl away. Claudlus \\'..it'..- loat his li'- while attempting to rM>- across a bridge. When in the mlddla of the Btructure the bridge waa washed away. The damage t.i the Baltlmore &. Ohlo Railroad will reach $200,000, principally ln tra. k? n ? . away. BAD FIRE IN IIAMBURG. Damage in Commercial District Already Heavy. Hamburg, July 19.?An extensive flre in tbe centre of the commercial diatriot early this morning destroyed a number of warehouses. Tl.e firi> is stlll burnlng and "'her buildlngs ur.. . ndangered. * The damage already amounts to aeveral hun? dred tbouaand dollars. Many fln'tm-n were over come by The dense smoke. Tln- fire was caused by tho overtur?ing of a petroleum lamp, which exploded. GLASS NEARLY K1LLS MAN. Falls Six Stories from Skylight in Ne*c Customs Building. John Peterson, a plaaterer, while working on .n floor of the new Custom House Rulid L.g. ln Bowling Green, yeaterday narrowly es caped b.-lng beheaded when u piece ..f plate glaaa fell from the i K>f, where several men v.. re at work puttlng ln a skyllght. Peter? son was at work wlth a fellow plaaterer, Lcwis Olser, h!x floors below. The glass, which was an . alipped from the hands of tli.- men on the r"of and before, they could glve any warning to the workiuan below lt stru. k Peterson, who was stuoplng over, on tbe left side of tt-*' ne> k. The force of ibo blow knocked the plaaterer floor, with a deep wound in his neck. ran to his companloa'a aid. puttlng a bandkerchlef around his neck to cbeck the blood. The WOUnd was SO deep, however. that the bandkerchlef dldn't do much good. but aeveral , ther employes brought their handkerchlefs and sneons Into use and utopped the Bow. An ambulance "??*?' Immediately sumraoned from st. Gregory*a Hospital. Dr. Heacock found that Perteraon waa very weak from the losa "f blood und burried blm to the hospital. The physlclan said tha man had a very narrow es cape from death. The glasa atruck the clavlcle bone of the neck. whi.ii wa. the only thing that saved bis life. It was f..un.l that several arterlea had been ssvered and tbe glasa bad Just graxed the Juguiar veln. The physlclan said the ? action of the man'a companlons arho u.-d up the wound practlcally aaved Peterson*. life. He lives at No. '??'< Paclflc atreet, Brooklyn. Ko arrest was made. GIRL. WIFE FOILED AT SUICIDE. j -, i.i. j .?;?. U Complainlng tbal ah?? sraa of lifa ;t tbe age of aeventeen jreara and ditrappolnted bi nu-rriage after six months, Mrs. jo^n McDonald attempted o> take ber '.if>- laat i.i-ht *t.v awallowl-g the contenta of a botUe ot carbolle acld. The girl'a husband knocked tbe h.>t .... out of ber b ., iv probable that Mra McDonald v.ill be placed .,'?, hatne where ahe arill be tak a care of aKTER ALL, USHER'S THE SCOTCH tat made the blfihball famoua.-Advt HEAT OVERCOMES 3,000 TRYING DAY FOR ELKS. Great Enthusiasm Under Broiling Sun in Philadelphia. [Ftv To>trr_ph to The Tiibur.e ] Philadelphia, July 18.?Whlle the parade of the Elks of the Unlted States to-day will go down as perhaps the greatest in the history of the organization, it will hold another record, for it is eatiinated ihat three thousand persons were piostrnted by the beat. Fortunately, no deaths have teen reported, but several of the cases still cared for in hospltala are reported to be serious, and deatha are feared. It waa slzzling hot on the smooth asphalt of Iboad street. over the six mllcs whlch the processlon of ten thousand Elks ? overed, and neariy flve hours were consum.d in passh-.K- a glven point. Most <.f thoae tuken by ambulances and patr '1 wagons stattoned along the line wero spectatora Janm.ed in the sidewalk cruslies, and by far the larger proportlon were women. Lined by a tnultitude of nioro than half a mill lon < hecring spectatora, Broad street from Hunl ington to Reed atreet presented a most apec tacular and anlmated appearance. ln th? hls? tory of Philadelphia no crowd such as this was ever before gathered in her princlpal highway. Heedlesa of the scorchlng sun, men. women and children stood along the route of tbe processlon and for houra walted patiently until the pageant came Bwlnging down tbe street. Cheers t.nd shouta of delight came from the mighty host as the processlon pas.-^ed ln revlew. The Bcores of giandstands whlch dotted Rroad sir..- \t > i e laden to thelr capacity; thousands of windows served anlmated groups; the slde walks were jamtned, and housetopa were thronged. Buslness for the greater pan of tiie day was practtcally suspended. and Philadel liliia's cltizens camo out In large number, and were swelled by myrlads of vlsltors. With Philadelphia lodge at the rlght of the line as the boats, New York, th^ parent lodge, came n.-xt. and all along the Une was recelved with applause. Tbere wero more than three bundred Manhattan men in line, an.l they made a fine showing. Rr ...klyn. too, looked well and 'recelved warra praise, while Albany and other \.\* York cities showed up in line form. Pater Bon, Jersey <"ity. H< boken, Orangre, New Bruns wlek and Ellxabeth, N. J.. looked well. Orai -,'?? had a huge float representing Orange Mountain, with real water, trees and rocks looking like a cool o-sli In the asphalt desert. On the floal were about forty members elnging popular Bonga as the float glided along A -bury Park, Long Brancb and Atlantic City were frlendly rivals for p pularity wlth blg floats and novel f.aturfs. Asbury Park had a large representa tlon of "Queen Tlt.mla and \\-v Court"; Long Rranch had a collectlon of r.-a! bathing sui girls playing In r.-ul snTid. an.l Atlantic <"ity showed ..re- of its Itfeboats with twenty Btalwart lifeguards pulling lt. Lincoln Beachery, th<? young aeronaut, rose gracefully from Broad and Green streeti I ' - afternoon. and aailed tiir i | around Wil . tatue on tho City Hall in his ftylng machine Th- ;? ipulace llnlng the parade route on !'.r..,d atreet went wild with excltement, bursf through ti:.> ropea, thruwlng hats. ceps and bandkercbiefa ln tl cheerlng histlly. The ntrshlp aailed down : ?treel high over chureh ?teeplea, ik;.i. ? and amokbag chlmneys, and rounded the City Hull tower at an attitude of flve hundred feet The Grand Lodge Installed its newly ? :? t-?'. offlcera to-night, tit which time it wa ? ann unced that :,t ? previous s,-s?i...'i th- atate aasociationa of K:ks iu. i i.>ived offlcial recognltlon. This .!?? Islon ot. the part of th- Grand Lodge settlea a light that has been waged for two yeara The Btate o iclatlon la restricted ln its work and may not tnk.. up legislatlve matti rs wlth leglsiatlv,. affairs bi tl... Bubordlnate lodgi ? Ita princlpal work will be along charltabl fraternal li:,??s The Grand Lodgi also autborlsed the charter i mmittee to lssu.' chartera to Goldfleld and Tonopah, Nev. The Kiks wlll K" on an excursion to Valley Forge to-morrow. It ls also expected that an nouncement wlll be made of tbe prize wlnnera ln the drlll contests, parade and for decorattons SENT TO CIIAIX GANG. Federal Judge May Release Sen tenced Southern Agent*. Ashevllle, x. ?:., july 18.?James H. Wood, dJa trict passenger agent, and (). C. Wilson, tlcket agent, of the Southern Rallway, who ware ar? rested yesterday afternoon after tho departure of Judge Pritcbard for Ralelgb, wero found gullty ln ti;.- police court to-day of selllng passenger ti. kets in dlaregard of the new rate law, and each was aentenced to thlrty days on the chatn gang. .Mr Wo..d is a member of the Board i'f Aldermen of this dty. Llttle. doubt ls f?it that some v. ay wlll be found to si.ve Wood and Wil? son from serving this aentence. Ralelgb, N. C, July 15? Tlie trial of the South? ern Rallway anl T E. Green, tlcket agent, for violating the state law in selllng tickets at a rate above 2Vi cents, ordered by the laat Leglslature, went on to-day without Interference from the federal court, though Judge Prlt. hard came froin Aeheville, with the expectatlon of lssuiug a writ for tl.e release of Green. This was not trled. as Green ls held ln tho custody of the state curt. and Judge Pritcbard left Ralelgb f->r AshevU-B, this afternoon. In tbe trial in the Btate Court the morninir waa devoted to obtalnlng a Jury. ln the aft.r noon the state Introduced witnessea to show that Green had sold a tl.-ket at a rate exceedlng _'.._ cents, and that the Southern Itailway. through tleneral Passenger Agent Tyb-e. had ordered the old rate to continue. The defence tntroduced no wittiessea. contendlng that the excess rate ln cluded payment for tho coupon tlcket. worth the excesa of the state rate. Argutnent will be iln Isbed to-morrow. Judg" Pritchard'a rpui^k return to Ashevllle is aupposed to intati the lssue of writs of habeaa corpua for the release of James H. Wood., dis? trict pasaonger agent. and O. C. Wilson. tlcket agent of tb.- Southern Rallway, seuteneed to 'ti,e chain gang for thirty days by tho poUce luatice for s.-lling tickets above 2% centa Judge Pritehard is expected to return here wlth a babeaa corpus writ if Ureeu la found guilty and lmprtsoned. ^_ TWO KILLED IN TERMINAL YARDS. Two men were kllled by railroad traina la J.:r ? y City yeaterday afternoon. An uniiiei.tln.-d man waa run down hy an Incomtag Jersey Central traln ,- ' i.-r the Lehlgh Vailey bridge at Johnson avenue and instantly a-Ued. The aecond victhn was a car rle-ner for the Pennsylvanla Hallroad Company. A railroad hook ln his pocket was numbeied 92. VICTIM OF FOURTH DIES OF LOCKJAW. IPy TelcurRi.h to Tl.e Trlbune. 1 Oreen-rlch Conn., July l_>--farlg Zachariai ?leven years old, son of Martin Zaclian.i. s-n. of Eaat Portchester. died laat nlght from loekjaw at the Greanwlch Hoapltal. After_the injury. which .,?..-..i aruile the boy was cetobra-tog the l-ourth wlth blank L-artrldges, the wound was dr-^seri hy Dr O .1 Btafford. Th- boy was not rernoved >o ,:,,! untll Sunday. wb-B he was sufft-nng from !? uinus. -? rta-n .si. d Da* Una Outinga from Desb. St.. 8 _>. . . X _ve ftirabt, crui Ea* col*. _Su-i?.-_-lv_ IINTEfiJ.ES MAY MUTINY. SEQUEL TO riVISECTION. Kings County Hospital Attaches Re sign?lnstitution Demoralized. The further crlppling of the already Inade QUate staff at Kings County ir.._;ital by the suspenslon by Commiasloner Hebbard ol four surgeona for a vlvlsectlon experlmenl has drlven the staff there to the vc-rgo ol mutlny. The eight surgeona left on duty to care for more than six hundred patients threaten t<> resign in a body to-day unlesa s..me r.-lief is glven to the hospi? tal. Many of them have been on duty continu? ously for hours. On. patl.nt ia sald to bave dit d from negiert yesterday and more are suf ffrtng. In two .vardi.?Nos. 9 ui.d _..?flfty pa? tients have been left praetieally unattended for two days. For montha the number of Internea allotted t.. th.- hi s].ital bas been Inadequate. Failure to provlde proper sui pins for the work has been another strong complaint all through the pres? ent adralnistratlon. At the present tlme there are about 650 pa? tients in the hospital. To care for these tl_.ro are only eight Internea. Beilevue. wlth nlne lr'.indred patients, has fiftj'-f.iur internes. Wlth less than oO per cent ni-.re patients than Kir.__ County, Beilevue haa nearly nlne tim.s as many surge..n? As :i matter of fact, only six surgeous are av.iilable for all tho dlfferent servlcea in the hospital, as two of them bave t.. stay on tbe ambulancea As u result tho men are nearly . xhausted, and, it is said, ar.- unable to perform tl.eir dutiea properly for that reason, as well a__ be. ause of laek of numbers. In the two wards mentloned there are tifty patients. None of these have had a bandage or ;i dresalng changed for two days. The old build Inga bave alwaya been vermin infested, but since the staff haa been so weakened, condltlona are ning almoat unbelievabl.-. One man who died yesterday afternoon died, it Is sul.l. from neglect for which the surgeona were ln no wlse to bla:i;e. The eight physlciana are al?>ut ready to resign ln a body, and would do so lf there were others to take charge of thelr patients. New ones ar.- comlng ln constantly, thelr r:?nks being swelled on Wednesday and yesterday by the vtctlms of two serious automobile accidents. Should another big accident occur, such as ..no of the wrecka conunpn on the Brooklyn Haj-id Translt, ;iii exploslon or an automobile a?_-.-i dent, it would be entirely bnpoaslble to care for the victims, say tho hospltal authoritles. At the Bradford Btreel Hospltal there are only two physlrlans, one a new man and the ' ? ? r one if thi j i >;? ger men ln th.? county starf. There la enough work for twice that number. ..r.- doing tho work without complaint. but lf they keep lt up lt Is only a queatlon of time tlll they wlll t?- patients themselves ln the in stitution At C ..? y Isl md In the Reception Hospital the la. k of surgeona 1* a aerioua menace. t?r.ly one Dr Moore, i.s there t-> look after tbe pa? tients, who now flll every bed ln the hospltal, bi i lea the dosen chlldren in th.. tent for chll dren aflil ted with tuberculosis >?_ the bone. Whenever an ambulance i ail comea In tbe Recep Hospltal ls left entirely without a surgeon. ... calla often tak.- more than an hour to answer, and patients bave t>> be rusl-.ed to the Kings County institutions. there arn long tea ln whlch half the patients mlght dto ately without medlcal attentlon. It would _.? Impuaalbla. of i-ourse, to attend to any aml>u * lance call nntil the tone i h; - iclan returned to hla post. Al tbli season accidents and heal prostratlnns ar-- numerous, entalllng many ...:;<? on the nn bulance service. and in ad<llti..n there are thou randa ..f bathers in the waters fr<.m Oravoeend to Brighton, two or three of whom ar-' drowned ..r nearly dn wned every day. To save many ot ? nlng ..ii.n the promptest a_.rt of pcr llstenl attentlon ls Imperattve, and the dlfference of flve mlnutes ln anawerlng the call may mean llfe and death. Iii addltl. a there are the thousanda who visit the M . amusement parka every day. from there tre constant calla for ambulancea for :;:i:...r accidents Had the roller coaster ac? cident at Coney a few days ago h.-en really s.-rl .ple dangeroualy hurt half >>f th.-m :.'.i_-i:r Iiav.- died before outslde phystctana COUld have 1.:i fov When his attentlon waa called to tbe gravlty of the . !t u .11.. it yesterday, Dr. Fltxgerald. the supertntendent of the hospltal, placed the re Bponslblllty upon the ahoulders of Commissioner Hebbard and I>r W. I>. Ji.n.-s. He acknowledged that the conditions at the hospltal and Ita branchea were a* deacribed, and sald thal he belleved that lt would bo Imperatlve to call ln outslde physii lana He Hall thal be thought thal condltlona mlght be relleved In a day or so, bul Just how he dM not know. -.-_? H0N0RED FOE SINGING IN "SALOME. France Gives Mmes. Frcmstad and Destinn Decoration for Servicee to Art. I -irK July li The government has awarded to Mme Olive Fremstad und Mme. E_mmy De? stinn. the opera :dng. rs. the docoratlon of Otlicer . >f Public Instrui tlon, In reeognltlon >.f thelr _er vtces t-. art ln the recent productlon of "Saion..." -? BOY SHOT PROTECTING MOTHER. Lad Makes Charge Against Boarder in Par ent's Home?Latter Under Arrest. Bayonne, July 14 -FOr aocustag a boarUor ln hl_ mother'a hmue ?i being too Intbaate wlth hls mother. a wi.low, Joseph llr...'lnsky. thlrtaen years old, wns Shot aml killed late laat night. Frank Kivi_.l--i.s_l. thlrty-nlne yBai- old. is under arrest charged wlth havlng done tba shootlng. lt ?-ii.i suld at I'oltce llea.l.iuarters tn-day that aa far as could be learnad Joseph openljr accuaed the boarder an.I that the latter. in a rage, aelzed a shotgun an.I opened flre on the boy. killing him Instantly. Two pollceraen who were on .luty near by heard the sound of the shootlng, an.1. enter Ing the house. found tho boy dead and placed Kivl alk.iskl under urrest. --? MRS. BIRDSONG PARDONED. Jackaon, Mlsa, July 18.?Governor Vardaman this afternoon pardoned Mrs. Angle Hlr.laong. 8he was sentenced to flve years ln the peniten tiary for the kiUir.g of I>r. Uutler ln Lawrenco County. TEN DAYS FOR'SLAPPING WIFE. Janesvllle. Wts.. July 18.?Albert Tubert. pro prietor of the St. Charles Hotel, to-day waa sen tenced to ten days ln Jall for alapplng hls wife. AMERICAN IN M.EXICAN PRISON. [By T?iI*S_aph toThe Trlbmie. ] Mexlco < 'ity, July 18.?It. NL Hlggs, an Amer? ican rallroad man. has been placod in the peni t-ntiary at Saltlllo. He ls charged wlth killing Loula M Kldd. mastor mecbanlc of the Meadcan Internati.mal Rallroad. Kldd was an American. B WRECK ON SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Attanta, July 18.?Passenger train M on the Southern Rallway, wbleh lewt here at mldnlght, was partlally wrecked at Rlebland, B. C, at 5:30 o'clock this mornlng. The locomotlra and postal and eapress car left the tracka, the iocmotlve turning over. Tbe Sreman am! several passengers wen sllghtly hurt. It ls thought a switch was tampered wlth. m ANOTHER BLACK HAND MURDER? Sharon. Penn., July 18.?One Italian ts dead. an Crtber dying and a third seriously wounded as the reault of a mystertoua shootlng here last night. The men were playlng canls. when. it ls sald. sev? eral ni-n apprnarhfd the boosa and began flrlng througb the wlndow. Tlu- Ulack Hand ls blamed. WOULD LYNCII ITALIANS. Convictions "Without Capital Pun ishment" in Lamana Case. I By Te>_rrat>h to The Trlbune. ] New Orleans. July IS.?Tremondous excite ment prevails in New Orleans to-night as a re ault of the failure of the jury to-day to senter.ce th" kidnappen of the Lamana bcy to death. Mobs of thousands of persons are parading the 6treets and clamoring for the blood of the guiity men. i >ne mob attempted to get a special train to go to Hahnville and lynch the prtsoners. but tho railroad company refused lt. The mob i? now trying to get a boat. Troops hava been ordered out. Hahnville. La.. July IS.?Camplsciano. Mrs. Camj is< iano. Tony Coeta and Frank Oendusa were to-day held gullty "without capital pun ishment" for kidnapping and strangllr.g llttle Walter Lunmn;i ln New Orleans a month ago. Two companies of militia were ordered here to-night to protect the convicted men from threaten.-d lynchlng. A posse ls forming to-night ct Gretna, acroas the river from Xew Orleans, wlth the avowed purpose of making an attempt to r-?ach Hahn? ville. There is little prospect that tbls posse can get to Hahnville by traln. and attemnts have been made to ir.-t a tug or tow boat. as Hahn? ville ls on tiie river. The verdict in the case was reached just be? fore dark to-night. after the jury had been out forty-five mlnutes and at the close of a four days' trial full of e-xcitement. Absoluto stlenc-' greeted the f.ircman's announcement. The apectal rs llstened quletly while the Jury de clared that their verdict was unanimous. and than court adjo-rned. An hour afterword it was reported that prep arntlons for a lynchlng to-night were under way A phyaician of local prominence gav-c out a statement de.iarlng "that the good people of Bt. Charles repudiated the verdict." and cali Ing lt a "prostitutlon of Justlce." Tho lynchlng reports appeared as far as New orleans. twenty miles away. and the local offl? cera wero apprehensive that a party might be mado up ln that city to aid ln auch an attempt. Only three of the prisoners were Baentloned in these runiors of violence, the name of Mrs. Carri pis iano being omttted. The verdi. t was gen? eraliy satlsfactory ln her case. The others are the woman's buaband and Collagero Gendusa and Tony Crbsta. The prisoners were returned to the Bt Charlea l'arish jail. an lsolate.1 structure standing in the flelds a quarter >>f a mlle away from any habita tion except the SbarUTa house aad tbe co_rt h (Use. Tr was deemed unwlse to take tho pris? oners back to New orleans by train to-night, alnce the railroad would have to tak through a somewhat Wild country- OB tha weat bank of tho rlver and O-tsMe the city. Ti.o Sherlff. who has the prisoners taa conrtneinent. has rep.-;.te.3ly declared that he caa prevant Ivnchlng of the Ita'.ians ln his parisb. and he ls looked on as capable of defending the men iu aimost any emer__ncy. Camplsciano testifled to-day that the a : iai murd-rera ware Angel,. Incaracaterra, Tony Oend-sa, Stefano Monfra and Chico LuchesL These four bave not been captured. SCOBE HURT IN CRASIL Trolley Cars in Collision Near Port land, Me. [Dy TV-egT-lih t? The Trtbur-..? ] I'ortiar.d. Me.. July IS.?Over twenty ; v.ere hurt. ntna badly. tn a rear-end C-Hle_-1 , ( two crowded trolley cars which were retui from Itlverton Park. a suburbati p'.easure re? sort, at lib45 o'clock to-r.lght Thero was a long line of ears. and tha power was s > weakened thal the lights wero dlm. It was so dark thac when the fbrst car stopped to let ofr paaaingari Just before getting to Morrbl's Corner, three milea from 1'ortland. the motorman on the aec? ond car did not aea the sudden halt of the car ln advance. and ran his car ahead The fenders of both cars were ripped from tiieir socketa ar.d tbe aaata for six rows ba.'. ; apltntared, wbile the tirst car was lifted from the rai'.s by the bn pact. Fmir physicians were hurrled lo tha scene, and tii..se worat lnjured were taken to t:.- lr homea CHURCH PEOPLE INJUBED. Fiftcen Hurt in Collision Between Trolley (1ars. N*w Haven. July ML?la a rear-end collision be? tween two opeo trolley cara at Dtvislou atreet and Shelton avenue to-nlght fifteen persons were ln? jured. Both cars were crowded wlth members of Taylor Congregatlunal Chureh. returning from a phnd?? Tl.o forward car atopped at the chureh to let ?inaaengrra off. when tba rear car eraahed Into lt. Failure of the air brako to work was glven as the cause cf the aCCkaSBt The most seriously ta* Juied wera: BARR-3, Mra.. fiacturad kr.a*. KEITH, M'.sa L.ulu. -t_y brula*d USE, Mlaa. cut by brokan .laaa. N_rO___ Mlaa Ida. No 157 Hoorarr atreet. Brooklyn. N _ . !t>Tarn-l Inlurtaa. STOLZEXBtTROKH. Misa C-WB, N "> _*? Kaflt HM atr**t. Naw Y..r_ City. lnjured about faca and hea^. V1SF.I.. Mra Catiiartne. brohon la*. WArrri -U- Th.>m_a. tn]ur?- ab.ut head and f_c^ li.term- Injurlee; rercoved ?nconavJoua to her home. FROM ONE PRISON TO ANOTHER. Convict Who Served Term in Sing Sing Wanted in Minne-ota, Harry Wllllams. allas Henry Harr.s. a convict ' who was released from Sing cung yesterday, ajaj taken to Mlnneaota to serve a term. He escapad from the Shetiff of Notalea County, Mlnn., in 1902. Jumping from a traln whlle on tha way to Stlllwater prlson. Wllllams served three years for plcklng pockete In Manhattan. He had atatod that he intende 1 to get married and turn over a new leaf. Sherlff Latie of Westchest.r COunty recelved word that Wllllams was wanted. and dellvered him up t<> a Mlnnesota offlcer. Williams denied his ldentity and demanded a hearing. When the Sherlff showed Justlce Mills a photograph rrom the rogues' gallery ln Nobles County tho Justlce told Williams he would have to go back to Mln? nesota. _ -?? BABCOCK COMES OUT FOR TAFT. Ex-Congressruan Says It's the Field Against the Ohio Candidate. (By Telearraph to The Trlbur.e. ] MUwaukee. July 18.?Ex-Congressrnan J. W. Babcock. former head of the Congress campaign commlttee and present national commltteeman. came out to-day for Taft for President ln a brbf intervlew as he passed through here on his way to his summer home. He said that the at? titude of President Roosevelt toward the Taft candldacy was likely to settle the contest ln view of the number of candldates for noinina tl^n. It was a case of the field against Taft, he declared, and the Presldent's support was enough to nominate the robust Ohlo candidate. Mr. Babcock said that there was no possibility that the President could be persuaded to run aga>n A GOYEMOR TOOK F?E. CONTRACT WITH MUTUAL. Jerome's Libel Examination Givet Inside Light on Insurance. That the Governor of a certain state. the r.arr.a not given. entered into a contract for a monetary consideration to perform legisl.tive servi ? | the Mutual Life Insurance .Company was a - tatement made yesterday by Dlstrlct Attorney Jerome durlng his examination by t_'!are..ee J. Shearn before Justlce Dayton in Par: II. Special Term of the Supreme Curt. T!::s exr.mination, whlch is prelimir.ary to the trial of Mr. Jerome's suits for fHMM for lioel. .r-.u_.ht a_:...r.st the Star Corporatlon. which | Vil'.iam R. Hearsts "Evening Journal" and New York American." dev. inside Information regarding Mr Jerome's action and laek of actlon in the '.npurance cases. The most strikir.- tBSIhn___j. however. came toward the ond .>f th.e day. when Mr Jerome said thal the only ir..-? cr.pany he hai mves tigate.I to fln-1 proof of alieged lobbytng expendi tures was ths Mutual. The nis pro-.. ha of the stories of "Andy" Fields and tiie " dog" funds was in the vauits or' the Mutual. where. he said. he car..c upon a contract rr.a ia by a -; .vernor of a statw wlth the. company. Mr. ? laughfd as he said this (Jovemor had been so careful that he had "wntten into" tha contract a line to say th it non. ol these scrvlcea he agrted to perform could be construed as 'lob byir.g." Th-.re was much sp-cu'-rtlon as to the identlty of this Governor. Tha or.'.y c!e_- was when Mr. Joroaee saM that o:: inve. ti__a.ir...j he found tha Governor was dead. Neither the name ot" the man nor of the state wa_s given. In fact. it struck the reporters and spc-etat.-rs that both Mr. Jerome ar. 1 Mr Sh-ar.i were willing to let the matter a'.lp past wlth this slight reference. When the hear'.ng is resumed at li>:3_> o'clock t-.-day there wlll he expvetation of posslbly an? other reference to this ev!,'.. Although Mr. Jerome had expressed his wlll 5r.gn.-ss to take the stand. it ap; ? : yca icrday's developments that he '...-?_? .v little about the Identlty of those who - ca:r.jai_n fun.l. He said that the fund was in charge of Howard S. Gans atid William F. Kiae and hc un.lorst.-od lt aggregated about SO->.U00l He the r.ames of two or three contrt'outors. but thought lt unwlse and "Indeiicate" to m;t'_a publlc. He also expressed at some 1 his pi of campal_:. ~__y_r.g tha. as all s..rt_ and conditions of :. .. .he ec__t__ 1: would r...t be rlght :' to know ".\.. . who did not stock his war chest. In response to question- Mr. Jerome said ha had under-tood that San r, per s. aud counsel for Jamea H Byde, bad contrtb? uted 19.000 He s..:l that ('hurles \V. Morsa sent b - tills. but l nm re? turned because of Mr. Mirse's iimnetllim wtdi ti.e Dodge-Hummel case Mr J B_d tbat he di.: ; Lewis L. De - 1 for George W. Perklr.s. had c-:-.ntr: .'r.g to the (ond Be said tbat a Tammanv hotel keeper. w_ --. put I:. jr'J.".. but dld i to have It known for tear of police parsecntlon. BOt JEROME'S VIEW OF INSURANCE. That was about al! Mr. Shearn was able to all 'it from Mr. Jaiua dence was glven as to M msuraneo olflcir. la -? ? au^ht ir. Hughes's lr.terr....ator;.- dragnet. But this was more or less ..n the --i ie sir.ee Mr. Shearn w____ tryir.g to establlah what Mr. Heaist's papers an n i what is the cause of Mr Jer- i . . that Mr. J. .-ontributlons to hia ca:n I-.iign fund __KM _t-_MH and men who would as the re.-ult ..f Inn - come under hia notice for crbnmal p: Mr. Jerome ab l tho arrest of ? ;> r_;- W. PetklBS and his subsequent releuse. explr_:i.ir.g, "Mr _r'erki:;s was only an in cldent." Th^ Dlstrlct Attorney wa.s la coast early ar.d '!.. best of *p!rifs. Jsattng the weather and snjtng he was anxloua to g.> or. the 3t..r..l :-.t _____ Wben Ju_ tl -e Dayton took Id Dai Wltt, of cun. Mr. Hearst. asked for an adJour..ment until .y on the ground that Mr. Shearn waa en gt.g.'l in maklng a motlon bef-.re Justlce Clarke. bl Brooklyn, ln the rec. i:r.t case. William I Jr. as lliiineel ?..r the Dlstrlct Attorney. oppo.ed the adjournment. saying that Mr. Jerome had from hls country home spe.iaily to testi fy. and that, besides. he was v.-ry busy as a publlc ofHcer. "Why." exelalmed t. As-i>tar.t Dls? trlct Attorney. "lf or.*>-tei.th ef what they have paid about Jerome te true he should be r - I by the i.ov.-rr.cr. It is r. t neeessary for Mr. Shearn to be prer?.-:,t. Tha gentleman wh) makes the motio:. haa made an affldavlt ln which they say that he tJerom.-. ls a cr-ok, and they say that they can prov.- lr. We'.l. lf they can prove lt wo want them to go ahead and do lt r. >w." Justlce Dayton then sald that !n cases where a publlo ofllcer is so vltally interented ail expedl j..ould be used. He therefore granted an adjournment u:;tll 2 o'clock in the afternoon. M that Mr. Shearn could be summoned from Brook? lyn. When the case tlnaily oper.ed and Mr. Jeronij took the stand the hot. stuffy court room presented a pictures.jue appearance. Law yers, reportera and even the witness removed thelr c. .its. In a way it resembled a June ea andnatlon at college more than anythtng elseu for everybody had the appearance of trylng to be comfortable under dlfflcultles. Mr.-ierorii- testlfled flrat that ha had held offlce as Distrlct Attorney since January I. 1_H>3_ and that he was renomlnated in 1905 by the so called "Jerome nomlnators." more than twa> thousand cltiaens algning the petition. After aaylng that he underatood about $95,000 waa ralsed for hls campalgn he declared he knew only two or three of thoae who helped him flnanclally and had never made any lmjurles. Mr. Shearn wanted to know what hls reaaona were for this lack of Interest. NEVER MADE ANY INQUIRIES. "Two reasons." sald Mr. Jerome. "I was cam palgnlng. and never made any effort to Inquire. for the reason that I did not want to know and because I dld not consider lt a personal matter. I belleve that lt ls not only neeessary for a public effleer to be tralgbt. but to avoid all appearances of not being straight. All cl8=se_ of people conia to the Dlstrlct Attorney's offlce. and I dld not want to be put ln a posltlon to have ai.y one say that ho get at:y _________ from the fact that he had contrtbuted to my cam? palgn fund." In reply to questlons Mr. Jeroeue said he knew chu-gee had been made on this score. but Jie had never trled to get permission to prtal tha names of those who realty did contribute. be? cause he consldered that would be ' a breaeh al conttdence." Hi then clted the laaHanin of the Tammany hotelkeeper. and added: Another man, a flnancier, who. I understand. never be? fore gave a penny to politics. senl me a check for $1.0-.V Mr. Shearn then wanted to know if Mr. Jeronfe would obtain from Mr. Gar.s a list of th.se whe sent ln money. To this Mr. Jerome replied spir itedly: "I wlll not produce the list unle dered by tho curt, for your client is one of tha mendaclous persons who have Leen attacking me." "He is one? How about William M. Ivins?** asked Mr. Shearn. Mr. Rand objected. The Dlstrict Attorney Was then ivierie.1 .?aiimel Fntermyer. Ba said h kc.ew Mr. l"nter mycr and "under.-'U-.d be l __tributed _:3.t-___^"?