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One-Fourth of Old Bridge Traffic
Divertecl et Night. but
Crush Is Terrific.
OME MAN KILLED BY TRAIN
Unfamiliarity with Signalling
Syftem and Girls' Inability
to Make Change Principal
Canses of Delay.
Altli ig t wa estlmal *
? ttmn one-fourth of the human traf
ixo was dlverted
? ? ??. ' '.-ntr.- atreel nibe
eal ? Un' ruah hour* laal
t, the who
whi, li officials
I rooklj u Ra - ?
'??? t?-.l t,. ia. k ot termlnal f.<
and the rough mei ' 'hlng
? . ler unfamlllar < ondltli
le l one lom.* ai -I
laugh f"i the thoupand* of h
bound Broohl! nitn Even ** hen
ru-hfl i .ii the I' a
ai -I ? >? lancey I
-i . gttt *r. thal thej could nol bei
? tlnrii II
mori- i:ke a goed humored fool
the acramble af Un Im*
?
-.pectore who dlsi al
Chai ? | -i ordi'' i
;.-o trains to pns* all ' I
hattan alde, arhli > aa ?
op, the
jlouder thai erground grlnd. They
i Mg Anv ? ? ?''
to taka thi m aboard
?Three chaera for tbe apeclal!" owi
man ahouted golng te thi e ?
'"Now, whal ri" you think ol that?'
? ?;<? i fl
"Let ne ofl al Bi
mada imarry the vraltlng crowda ?
oi ??<-.?? t ? thinv mll
med to make alloa
.for tho Brookrj-n Rapld Tn-* ?
in it ??-? Into the i Ivlc pi nl
ttan
i;. at ' bridge routa al tha;.''
*a an the - ? ? " ' Th- ..n'v
f. .-,-.: re those frho K >t ?
. ? Brooklyn < '? al expeetlns
o rlghl lnl ' lreet.lt
ir,.,k many of them thretJ-quarlei of an
1 in Manl
. . of arork thi ? ??
7 ai
? iny mornlng, v ?
llallnil. 4.f N
Broi
! - . ?
' .
. in p.> -.- ? I the ei ening
|n R ti. ? th>* entrance <.f
whlch flta Ied ti
h? ?-'Ot t: ?
,l io 4.aik tack to the enti mei li
toeeed him
fi ?
?
?
thi- train.
to e to i>reverit
from allghtlng and poeaibly en
? . .. ? r - ? ? -. . Bai
?
? ? ? Bowei I Delaneey
Hy by the
| the girl ticket aellera to make
' . ? . .-? ... ? ?? ea of
it the
r women were n,>t to thi
tremendou* croa ?' ttan ata
... ?? ' ?
n Brooklyn, it araa aald, ?
ditTercnt matter from F-elline: them ln the
*,.,Mri i ruah on this -
Theae dlffleuUle.o marle a - ffi r?*nce
ln the runnlng timi ? i hr
nrdlnary traffic thi run of
ar trair.n from tha Wfllmmaburg
B-t<ikr? tn Chambera Btn
...
heijan !t took te.n and tarelve rn:- ?
vith rrrteivalfl of ala tt elghl n
tuvcn trr.'
Trair.men were 'Jr.rlw ordai I ? l
4- in trying out 1
Thl? stn'l the me*ho<T of penrllnr ?
e - na paal thr- atmliona at fanai
Btreet anrl the Rnwery. BfleT BOVeri !
tra'- Ighad by tha ero***!*.-. , r,n.
trl 'it.-ri to tha delai
rro-A-rif.fi trattae wo-e flte ed al Bg ih?
B-oHdway elevated line. partlcii.'ar'y rrar
tho Mn',-- tatl
per? Btepped from Ihe carfi to the foot
path ? ir?- ar.,fl aralked
tr, tha Marey aTeime atai i they
flemar.rlerl tl"krt- i" the surfacc Hn<
when tlekets wf-re not forthoomlni '
pa>sena*erH became dlaoitJerl'
|]i a, to k.rp them In '?}.>' k.
Tranaferfl flnaUy arere laaued
wbo w.-;.- i| ,i. k',y siimmonor]
Harry A. Bullock, an ofllclal ef the
Klyn Rai'l.l Tranatl I * -?
\hft Blgl I on |
Btattona la tha loop, aaM a tegt proved
tliat paaaengera paeaad thnaugti th-- turn
atllea fast. r than thraugb tl-.e tl> k-"
rate? of the Interborough robway. n<
?he thir.i rall woald remaln un
i were ele
i , ars af e ler, bowet/a ?
aill ba Buistitute.i.
MUTINY EVIDENCE NOT IN
Grand Jury Doea Not Go Into
Sing Sing Conditions.
? . . arhicl
?
ling Stn. prlaon, arhlch li
? ,,i in tha Indletmenl of former
VVartten John s Kenned) ind two <?' hla
ln Whlte
Plalna, t.'ii arllourn.<i untll August 18.
, i nothlng b? I lory
le Blng Sing prleon and so fai a-*
kn04- ? ? the :n\ 4-4.? .
the trouhl- al ' I ? 80
Warden i ai
When th acted lt Ib
expe. teri thal ll 441. ba brought before
any ejraii'J |ury thal maj bt .-.ittnik: al
Whlte 1 lal ' 'hat time
The iVaatcbeatei i eunl Board of Su
|iervihr,ri
t: ? pa) mi nl ol tha aa
penses of the ?ng Rlng ln\<M
.if.inen W Oaborne, after Charlea A Van
A .k<-r ' ount* Attorney, had given hla
oj.iri.7ni that I ? iropei
eharg's agalnat the county and that Mr
Oaborne had the aame powera d* a Dla
trlcl Attorney. undei hla appolntmenl .,s
?ttonta i i
Governor Bulei i
ENVOY SAILS FOR LEGACY.
Panama, Aug ' Augaetln Bdan
, Oreal Britaln, ar
t,,..i,-,;. -.ii hla a -? Bng
lanrl 88 --lalin :' aarge legacj left him
by a relatlve. He ia of KnKllah aaiaeaBt
THE WAF GAME ON LONG ISLAND SOUND.
??or?>T (c) iw AMtuncAta t>rui> a
Mortars in action ai Forl Tern
Army Defeats First Day Attackc
by Ships Off thc Souncl.
SEARCHLIGHTFINDSENEiVI^
Dctects Torpedo Boat Destroy
crs Crceping Up on Dc
fcnccs at Midnight.
g. i li<-:n
J, Badgei
..?' the "F'.i,'. k Fleet" wh'rh
ai rntran e to 1 > Sound, loel
? ? .,? t ..?
when 1. ' ? ?
mi Ihi
boomed al the forta
? ? ?
There haee beei altaeka hj
and al
; ?? i ,.v;,? ;. ? ? . -. araa a call t'
? Forta Wrlghl ' i I T< ri j
fl flotlll ...
BUbmarlnea
proarhlng frotn Bloek laland, An hmn
' ti - tha army and i ? ln thi
l the .-itt.ir k, ai - ordli c to adi lo -
i ? ?*).]. from H . adjol ml
: ..- Wrlght
At mldnlghl this iqornlng, a
Ortrl attark ?
dark graj apeck aeen Bilenllj
? f Fiahi ra la and, In tiir dlrec
tion "f Forl H. <: Wrlght llai
f ii er of darkni aa whei
another tin'.- obji I ape foi
i wake Behlnd llii -
othera, In flinglt I Ie llke li
lnj* nn a foi
Bwlftly the long line of morlng flhapei
tjrtm ? rteari r lo the forl
Boddenly ? ahafl of light, plereingly brlll
. .?????? ?
Mack expanee of aea and feii full upoi
th? advai ?'? l aet l ? ? torpedo
atroyi i
ln anothei Inatani 11 - gtn nf Forl
Wrlghl bursi forth their fury on tin
. TW ton ?
ontinued their attai k, an.
. -. nl flra from tl
...... ? Inil i;: tll 5
.rnlng, wben thej retlred to Qardlner'i
Bar
houra latei a flei.
| ..... iv.- torpi
?
OardlneFfl I I ' d
ecuted an " MkwiI Fleet '" n ovement. ra
turnlnc ln tl ' t<|r" k ^inod.
..,..'...? ? ng r,t tl"
, ??:,.. | . ? -.,- :, ?
North Dakoi ? ' ' '
... atarted an attack ofl
a .-? i ? ? Tl "? '? " ?'
a-ralanche of Imaglnarj Bhella and kepi
, , ,. dtatanre of B.OOfl arda All l? ea
citemenl at tha Island forta and then
ia, conatant preparedueaa foi an attack ai
.,.,.:, |n the dayllghl II la ? tall
. folloa thi move-rnenU of th'
. inn al nigh! thi alw
of aearehllghl dHl I ' ' "?' ""'"
fully.
Ahoui three o'cloi k thla aften
nnd dlvialoB battleahlpi and fhn
flstro ara made anothai ? ????
ard thn foititir-iiti'.rir and aftei approach
k Uiit.;- 7,010 yarda, ajid attemptini
attarka on Forta Wrlght, Mkrhle arol
T..,, retraated aftei an houra battle
thc- morurfl al Wrlghl and Tari ?! Ini
la1 Bttack.
Admlral BadgeFa dispatck boat, th<
:;. appraaiTlied i "?? Wrlght ?t ?
n/dock thta erenlng flylng tha Interaa
tional Information algnal, and aecrel me*
fljjej were aeni aahor? to Oei eral Barrs
Eaatern departmenl eommaadai
SOOfM TO TAKE CHARLTON
He Is Conftdent of Acquittal by
Italian Court.
Portat Chartton artll aall ror lul
adaj of ... it week tp aund trla
for tin- murder ol hia tarlfa al L-aki i on i
in June, MM.
Ptewoeatot Plerre Oarven, of Hudaoi
? . a he n pfeaenta lha Italian ao.
ernmant, reaterdai aald thal whlle thi
?latf waa' nol deflnltalj l?K*?d Ihi teata
, . . foi Charlton'B r<
moval from th- county lall ai Jen ' 11
io the ateami i Balllng Augual U.
father arill aojcompany hiir
11 ,. ... mg man la
eerful ovei 1"- pn
of a.Ittal i y thi Italian co irt.
?_--???
HELD ON TOMBS DRUG CHARGE
Negro Falls Into Trap Set by th
Prison Physician.
H,,!!-.- stialn. twenl old, i
negro, of No )? Weal ISth itreet, arai
arreated an<l held resterda) charged wltli
attemptlng tr, Btnuggle M gralna "f mor
'., ;i pi uton r In the T'unba. Hll
ai real waa tbe reauli of a cryaade atarted
i,. *>r Perrj Uchtenateln, the reaidenl
.in of the , ?
Two weeka ago It Llchtenati
ti,..t a numl ? I appeared
lo i"- under the Influonee "i morphlne. A
\. iter r.t. i? ??; tod as it ?,i>. aboul ti bi
n ,,, ..,i to Bti Bln n ton da i ago ca ed
h trap i" be mtt for the man Whetl ar
he threw away1 a pacaage aTord
Ing to the police, rontainlng mnri'hlnr-.
. 'I he il.irnilrr*- of (lll i ?'..-* I ffl I ' ' .
rl of lai nel I lai is in anil of fort? : i olo
? ? and ? 'i > . ? rtillci
GETS SKIN AS
Cnild in I lospital Showa to
Friendfl Pau-I.es Given by
Parenta and Othera.
ti ler ol I'rci
. ? ? . .
ied her 1
<!.i-. ? ? ?
? . -. ? ?
f<e\-r rai
....
Iry hurl
?
thi ?? ?
her
. 'arol* " admli l ? ? '
thanklng ? '
? . ? ?
? I/et'
?
rr.it. oa ef bi
on her I body i
which ??
ati'
from t"
,.
(?-.? ? f al.
' moved fron
, ? ?-. Dr. W. 11 ii
Heri
added, polnl ng I
$4,500 SUIT OVER POKER
'Travclling Salcsman Want!
Back Losses of a Night.
Moti -
... M. ? Koat
?aleaman flled aull in the Bui.? ?
. ,. . . |: ? ? 11. i !?? rl
. ? hanl Ttw aull
come >.f .i "Btud" pokei
ih. Hotel Anaonla, ln whleh Koeti M
anrl John i.
101) (
:,;i ii,< moni | a 11 ' Ihe debi
later, parl ' ? t In notaw
end a ? i,e- k !?oei Koeti ? deel
?i*-i .. ratlon foi hli
I -
ciaim I- .*> ? k the i ' I ii Pl of tl
aii'i in-,
Koatei pald Mll ' ? ind gaa ?
),.,,. ., , iii , || foi ?*?? 0 on ? ii Satli na
. Hank Thf i" ?' ihe coi
Mlli ... ,ii,|, ,1 fui tii*'
paj mi m threa ? nlng to ei po ? k
h "wi i I ? he pald Koeter medi
s,-,-. iai nut. s ..f t-'A each, due monthly,
ami madi ei ethi i noti fo 180 ln i on
-|r|, raliori for thfl retui n Of thi ?? " ? ?
Koeter aaelgned t" M
I ?
R. R. ARBITRAT0RST0MEE1
Will Hold Preliminary Session
in City To-day.
The fe ,i i.ibitraton repn . ntlng thi
i.;i tarn i illi oad and thd iralnmi i -....i
conductora on ihe board whlch aill paai
on th, dei .,f 11m emplo]
hold ,' |.!'?]>',.ina!' meeting 'ini mornmi
ih tha Manhattan 'lotel te taki maaa
ti,- n m ii.. ng arbltra*
t..rn.
Aa thej havi uatl the *Mh ef thla
iiii.iitii to Bgrec on tbe additlonal arbltra*
lors. who, it nol choaen ln thti aray, aill
l,. appolnted by tt.' Board <.f Mi dlatl ?r
end Condliatlon ? r?? ht.? <i under thi Ni a
landi amendmenl to thi Krdraan act, ii
bi ii..i . \|... t. .i thal thej 4\ lll r... h ?
ri.-, iei< n untll tha id eei'-rai ? on.
f. nn ? -
?| ,.. erblti atora who wlll meei !?? . , ? ?
\ ii Smith and W W ,\tt. (i, ?,-.
repreaentlng the rallroada, and Danlel L.
? i pai ii. , epn at nl
Ing the trainim ii and condui
TRAIN RUNS ACROSS PLATFORM
The braka ? on > Iraln of fom
eara whleh waa belng ahunted ir..in th,
?rards to tha train *,iie,i ,,j the y,rx. terml
nal *-t.iti4jn .1 Pavonla avenue, Jeradi
i t- i, 4, itei mornlng, would not worl
,;n pleughed throiiKh en Iron rail
inc and aeraaa ? thtrty-fooi platform,
atopprni wlthtn ti4., f. et ..f th- naali
Waitlng roorn
BIRTHDAY GIFT
b one i
, .
The i
?
i..
? - || -I j | 111 j.
i
??
? rl |r>
. ?.. -
? 1 hrr
?'?? "iifferers
? . ra and <-ai?^
.......
FfBtt, I ,|rh te hor
?
ind waa
ld lll ? r
....
tl kl -i *Mth
ed hereell
Ihe d lorfl ''la.i
1 I wheeled hlm
r.iit ol ?
\\ i do ? iu ' ome b.?rk*" the
? 1 ? '
. ? ? . ' tom
Hfter
? ?
ir ?ha wlth dil thal Mri
... ? .
H .1 tn know a h) i 'i
, ? ? .-...- rthday ki
"BERiVUDA governor here
Dovbtl Story of Oroat Naval
Base on His Island.
? '???!?'?.- '?, M Bu I
K i. ?.
i .1 ln thli ?? . o i l th.
?? ||l llt|. r 'Hll' ,i ?' ..,?;.
publlahed
. . ". ? ?? , ? i
nd intended to maka hia laland a greal
II.- .,;?: ? though! ?
.1. ? t of llttlfl m
tei .al
Knaland haa fn
? i ? atatlon ai n< i m da
bul our i' ai u ? Bl ii'-ii 'i ba m la al Ji
i. Tha '?;?? nlni ? I the Panem i
ibll Inn. M Of a
? oallng d* i "i al i:i ii..i'ia bul the M ??
? ?I ,i largi mi baae thei gel
natioi I fanfl
u i ,ii, much furthei Irotn ?
? ? ? than Jamati a and i
am he thought "i .i naval ata
tlon "f hii\ magnltude en the laland
? ??? urn d aortt Ither to tl ?? peo
? ? | Bat rnuda or to nv \ for Ihe
i-i- a ol a - 'iiiii. t he'ta ??? n -.ngland and I
n rlca thal 11 ? .: ..n eartn ',
to ' onaldar."
1 Rulloi k aill pend ? ei ral
week ni lha Whlle M.itaina, and will
then rlail Weal Pulnl aa, iiu- gu< al of
.immandanl
laondofi Aug "? .v ording te 'Tho
I Dailj Telegraph, ' th'. plan ol the \<1
-.1 iu iu r muda i only t..
itatlon foui ai mon 'i 11 ulaan tfnd no
battli "-'nii thi re durlng Ihe artater montha
l ? i Ipa ? ? ? ??? ' ? t ,i n ti Brltlah
- ' r mancBUvre ? durlng lha lum
and li atri only tha amall i rulaer
11.tiiii. ii. aa tatlon Bhlp A n ai ad*
iii ii- ln chain" "f th,- BtatJon
'The Dall) Mail" aaya 'The dectainn
ln tri'lia-.. Ih. fOTCe il I'.ri miirl.i (inrl 'Ir
? i|. n.i\ai .iu. !-. . i.-I i',? re wa
thc naval manceui rr (ui t
i ndi i th a, 11 icklng 11?. t buoci aded In
rllanatching a large force of crutaen la
rnenace Brltlah ahlpping In thi Atlantlr.
S'i. h Bti iteg) arould certalnly ho at
npted in ,i' fi.ii v ,ii, and t" m< el thla
i poaaiblHt] the na al b u i ln Bermuda la
trengthened, theugh it wouM he
the helghl "f t'>\\~- t" -si thi> niaaaurea
m hii\ araj were dlreeted agalnal
Am.-rl fl
COURT TURNS DOWN DUFFYPLEA
Juatlca Guy drnifil \ i-intrrdnv the h{? -
pllcatlOB if I'otnr .1 Piiffv. former pollCl
aergeant, f"r ? eertlllcate ef raaeoaablfl
iiniiht an to his being tz? j111*. nf brlbeiy, en
which charge he whh eoavleted and *m
trnred to not less than threfl "i RHMTg than
lour va.ir
MACARTHURS IN NEW ROWj
Property at Richmond Hill In
volved in Litigation.
Tha ,lirr.en5ir,n ifl the famlly of lame-,
MecArthur, father ?'f Mrs Jn.m i
Tatum. of Oreal Week. whe recenUj ?**
?rrcaated and armlgned ln a Delaerare
County court on n ? haraaa ol eor-ultlng
, ,, ,i,:,., Mia Ketherlne MaeArthor,
wai further eaptetted reederday ln the
Bupreme Court ln Klnga Coanty befoVa
juatlce 'ran.. through a rnotlon to amend
;i rompUtol In an acUoa over certain real
, t.,t. in Rk hmonri Hill, icone laland
Ma Arthur, In IMaV h.nicht praperiy in
Richmond HtU whlch hi aliortly after
irgrd conveyed to hla arlfe, Mra Mary
Ann MecArthur, with the underetandlng,
bo he allegea thal lt waa to be recon*
veyed bj her to hlm al aaj Uraa. In con
4' ieratlon for Ihe tranafer ef Ihe i
\ii-- MacArthui ajave ? note for Krfl"
ln an amendment to u<r complalnl it la
^?t.iteri Mr MacArthur alue algried riataa
egaregating B15.178. on whlch kaanfl were
... .;r,,> ,- ., mon. ueed by MacArthur in
,:?i,,, a M ? ?i thur further allegea
-. ife pertnitted theli daughter to ii j
aoi-lete with Improper women.
Mrs. MacArthur malntalna ahi boughl '
ihe propert: from her huaband, and flay*
illegatlona agalnat her daughter are
abaolutely fai"" Biad ahould be etrlcken |
o>it oi the Bmended complalnl Fhe aa
Bertu thal a few yeara ago her huaband
te* ni. 'i i o1 ot -.- from hi,- ln Reno and ,
merried a youngei woman, with whom he
la llvlng ?' ihe Rl hmond Hill hoi
partlea to the preeenl action formerly
li.erl at X" 7'' MadhMMI -t'eer. Bl
juatlce i rane reeerved hla i- leion.
-?
EAST SIDE BAD MEN TO GO
Jcwish Community Starts Cru
sade to Drive Out Gangsters
\ ? igadfl to .ii h*e thi i ingeb ra oui
.,? .-,. ; ,.- cj u ?? ,. di ? Idi -I ipon ? ?
r..,- ; - ? '. .? leh 'oinmunlty K< h\
i ii a- rordlng fo ,-. B. G.Iman, i halr
? ? . v'elfen ? 'ommittee
- . rar on thi "bad nn n
| ? ,,,.. I ., , HoUBtOI ireet to Uth
<-ti-.*f t Bl '1 V4 r to the I Bfll RlTl
, av uf thi itlng of Dfl
? ' Unlon "
, i hi in- lhod? emploj ed 1 theai
moetlj compoeed of young men,
1-- cxa, tinn tiibute ha et ited gri at
alerm amona the thi 1 ahop
pedli r- ind i iiBbeaii men i n
,m gide
Mr Ooodman aaai ta thal
aan.is of dollara havi ? ied ln
? from th4Ma rm rch I
en I
? ?
? , ? , . .
fer thi gana
rafne .
..... tai
f tl ???:?- !? fUW -
thi thr- ateni -I
, . 4 Off U
,.,,.?,,.,.,... . | ? ? to have the ald of
th, ? ma rchanta in the round ,
SIX BIDS FOR DESTROYERS
New York Company Makcs
Lowcst Offer for Work,
. i.;nct,,n. A'ltf 4 The NOW
? iiidlng Company, of Cavmden, N J ,
\4.,*. the loweat blrliUr for tl - torpedo
daetroyara, fea arhlch blda were
? ? day. at m.e_ f.|, i. for
None of r.l\ blddl ii Offl 1 'I ll
? more thaa tare ao
ih.it. aa there ara ata lo ? illl ihi ra
? - ? ? ? high
?
ci . Bai Iron '?''? rka offen d
? ? ., ... ?? . rtain
Ilfiratlona of th.- departmcnt'i plan*.
,,t t. ?? < i ha Fi re R -f? i
' . Ma - . l
?. .. ? boal ?? na, of
lf.ii. .- hla '.... ...
? . . ? ?? s uildlng *
... . ? . ? , the
? oata
, f . N, -.4 \ . ; Bl Ipb illdlng
two < Bai
?
:
? e
HEYE ALIMONY. $20,000
Wife Gets That Snm Ycarly
and Cust.idy of Children.
Ulneo ' Long Ii ind, A ug i i latlt i
Jnnie? H \ an Bl' ll D tO-dfl ? I 'I 81
|nt< rl-? in r* >l<. t.?< g dlvor >i
i , Blam nt v IV Heyi from ber hua
band Gei -? Guatave lleye, ind
I .- i > i mi ?!? nt nllmon y nt K. .,
year ano tha iBtod I her iaro rhlidri i
and ?? derlng hlm to pa
I,,iu ahol i i.? ' icted 1,4 hl telfe,
amounting t?. ?it,.??i on
IM4, ha mual pa) ?: '?? i itra elimonj
end b almllai peymenl mual ba ?
Juh
i >f tl.. R. ? ????
i- pald for ti.- fluppoii and rducatl.f
Idien Mra lleye la dlrected to
to Mi ii. >.- on bill nl
.mi. ,,f houi nold 44 .ii ? md |.. r
H. mu -i kIvi to Mra, Iii ?. ? ?
an nr.ier for a dlamond necklai ? M..44 m
1 -i. . ir.- of a ? welrj flim In Manl
The palrftlni ? the Heyea are
11, 1 ? Id ll truil l.v Mr lleye f.,r ihe
, hlldn .. 1 ? having thc aai >,r tht m dui
* llfetimi
OPEN SAFE WITH A JIMMY
Cracksmen Get $3,000 in Loot
from Dentist's Offlce.
Thi i.u. rd 4i. tini ol thi ? ? ickemen,
?? h,, are 44->.rkinK on the Kaal Btde, mak
ini.- dentlete' offlrea thelr flpeclalty, Ib
1 t \i i\ H I anea Hla ofhV - ?t Re, * -
s< oiui avenue, ?.1 - i-ntered between Iti
O'clOCh Sui da> nlghl an.l 1 O'ClOCl
|. r.la v moi ninc a li.-n dl ? <u ? ? ,>f i j,,.
rnbbei ? a*aa mad ? i Mbert < Irant, tha
,-.,i-, taker
The thii-4 .?<< removed tht aafa whlch
arelgba neaarlj aas peainala, fr.,m tbe ..iti..
t.. the i. ceptlon room aii. i drllllng ,i
hole through tha botl i n of the *-.i f.
tii<->- prted open thi dooi 441th ? jimmy,
Thej go! caeh ,m,i golj worth more than
a....<". and i'it behlnd four "i.iti. two
drilla it'i .1 glove, bul look care ta \an-,*
thelr Itnger prlnta fr..m th.- *.it. arlth a
I. ? i\ e;.
IVIthln ii.e paal month thievea cnt.-r. ,1
tii. ofllcea 11 f Df charlea Behmer, al No
'.?. Avenue \, where thaj Mew "p. n thc
s.iie an.l Moi.* M.888, and Dr Harry
/...iism.-r. No 4.'. lecond avenue, erhera
th4> procured M,08l n caah and ealu*
aMea
'L- CAR JUMPS FROM RAILS.
A c?r that had lefl the ralla helrl ii|.
trarBc .>n the Thlrd avenue elevatad line
for more than nn houi yestenlay mornlng
The paMaenaer*' on the "!.' Irwlns Were
traii.it. rrcd tO mirfare eara durltlg Ihe tic
ue The BgaManl naraapgaad nagr URh
?treet
PU1 TO IHE 1EST
Second Infantry Shows Fighting
Ability at Sea Girt.
MOUNTED SCOUTS AT WORK
Field Firing and Close and Ex
tended Order Drills All Day
in Intense Heat.
[BYnm Th* Trlbtme Foi raapeadflni
Camp Plelder, laa Cllrt, Aug. I -Barel
teting In the Intenea heat th" throo bat*
f,,i!..i of ttM -'i Infantry. N ??? N'- ' ?
were "'it for tho I'ust real teal of their
fightlrfg qualltiea to-day. Whlle the tirst
battalkMi blaaed awaj a- thi targeta en
the rlfle rangea, the other battallona spent
ihe day on the parade -rrouad, gotng
through a aeiie of ntovementi ln clom
Btld ?-vtoi'il.rl orr|or?i.
Majoi William B Martln. eotnmandlng
the tirst battallon, la one of tha beel rifle
the Btate and h u I ??? n a member
of many atate aur) national rifle teama,
.;. t? rmiii. ri thai he a lll make th ?
rron of the tiist battallon the beal marka
men In the Sd Reglment They wara out
on the rangea to-day and howed remark
abd akill In their - hooting, deai Iti Ihi
facl thal the llghl thla afternoon waa
poor and tha atmoaphere dank aith
pi eaage of rain
hooting thi i ?- ? ai li of greal
portance than heretofore, by reaaon ?f
thi extended programme of matchea for
thi Sea '? r ?.- Rlfli A BseHatk.
... plgce hen lati thla month and
Whlle thoir work
rangea In their r4*glmental target praetlce
has nn .nn -i i r arlng on thi
? . -. ima in tho matchea, it
,i influenca on tho
pr raonnel of the tearn ked.
Pleld fli Ing wdi k ? and eateoded
order formation di II were Ihe trork al*
lotted to da* to the aecond and thlrd bat*
1 -i. ,,- |I1 ie on the hiK
i .ir.ido ground ,r't>i tii.- morning and
afternoon. Majora John H McOullough
?
v lon over tha drtlling. Both ofllcera i"1
r.kini; a greal tereel In tho efflcleiicy
"f ri" -nr.ii r,f thr ir cemmanda ?
toward the fullei
their 1 ibillty a
eral ml la pi >i en ? nl
ln ta ticul
? lisi-l
piino \\t iugh and Haii di*
I..-..1 the in-1 li the proper control ul
' - g againat an
munii
??
?ti, lency
rn thi markflmen
Thr. men, under l ? ? tion ol
ih. ii ' ompan) capl
earl thfl
teata to whlch thej were put later m tho
Chriaman an-1
I :- A . i'l
. 11 ^-- -if rha Inati u< tlon of l
I' i ? nrk ,'f tho
da) und expi ea an greal
tl ilion Kar-i tho h<
\\ llllam J
w ai--n 't .ipan) i?i thi
tha niniit. relte | . |bei t K
? . ? . . ..ri dut)
? i o mounted guard to nlghl
Tht mounti on 'he
parade ground for drill The;
? , ? ?!>. -l in thi Ir mi
Ihe hon tranga to them and
? a.- a< - uatomi d to I
handa r.n the ?'
To-nla ' I ofllcera al
ment, wl '
?. r FI e I d ?
n the l.l rf,. v
Adjut
A illiam
te, < 'olonel
aiiflli ' olonel llorace
Lli utenanl i oloni I
i. i ?" arua i, Majoi W lll|aun B
M i 01 l"iii: H Mi ' 'ullOUgh, Ma.I -
rad Hall I itant V llllam
i. r,.:
RIDES MOOSE TO SAFETY
Student Carried from Rapids
by Swimming Animal.
intor:. ? na Minn., tug l \
thrllllng eacai amlng In Ralny
....
inn hold of thi atitlera of a ing huii
rhlcl * ng a
waa the < | ?: i *l >?i?
W. Mu. II of Muin, ,, ? hinlni ln tho
?
Buell aa I i i ?:? _ w|
? '? jiin. dlalntegrated, and,
ellnglng to a ilngle pii ce ot tlml
I toward tlu raptda. He had
),-iv..n up hope, when hi aaa lha mootw
uith it'- head and antlera above water
sw Immh g pld Btu n li t
k 04M ' f ".- - log ind grabbed thi
si.ift'.i hlmaelf I., thi anlmal'fl back and
i, ll to ahalloa wati i
The m. foughl hard bul would not
???ii.k, an.l -. gavi up .nid . wa. hoi < ?
TWO TREATED FOR RABIES
Vetcrinary Bitten by Dog Whose
Ears He Was Tnmming.
Ki .' precaution agalnal hydrophobia
Dr P i' tnderaon, a reterlnar* aurgeon,
and William Btola *-i\ yeara uld aon of
tu \.ii!.i. i Btola H > aaun i of tha l alley
Parma ? 'ompan; bol h of '? onki ?
terda) bcgan * i k i n sc treatntenl from lha
Kan i..rk Board of Health Thej wi i
! at, n b) a '?" Idog owned ?> Mlchale
? Iraalano a fai m<'
i 'i Aml't on a a i cltpptng thi dog a
aara two ?i<Us .ik... when it nipped hla
thumb. The dog had vhown no aytnptona
"i rablee, and Dr Anderson pali ?
tantlon lo thi fllighi nound, ahlch qiilck*
I) healed Laal Thuraday, however, thi
dog attached the Btoli boy and bll hlm
aavagel) In tha calf of the leg
Thi ii"?-- wai kllled, and an rxamlnatlon
ui' iis hr.ni Bhowed it wai auffeting from
rabtea Two more doga owned b) (Iraalano
were kllled \ ? terdai
BANDITS' VICTIM DIES
Motorcyclist's Dash to Save
Money Cost His Life.
Bamuel Elowelt, who waa nnri an by
four iMiuiit.s aaar Bedfard inn? laal s.u
urdaj rnornlng, <hoii al 1*11 p, m yeater?
da] ln thfl PTOWI i ll.'spit.il
iiowrii had atarted oul from Bedford
o,iri> Baturda) morning <>n hla utoter
cyelei carrylng the pay envelopea to ,-t
conatfuctlon gang under hla fluperi/laion
When ho war. about taro mllea aul >>f th.
rlllage thr four bandlta ininpea-i In fronl
of hlm. calllng on iiltn to aton Howall
rode .iu.i- ,it mu >pe.'.i a bullel ledged
ln his jefi Blde, bul ht managed i" reach
Mounl Klaco, uhom-e he was ruehed to
lln h".?|'itii>
CAN'TEiMJOIiaiMEW THOUGHT
Justice Goff Says Mrs. Chapia
May Hold Services.
Juatlce Goff deelded yeaterday that Ttira
Marv Ktlieridce T Chapln, ef BOatflg
promlnenl In club Hfe end frien.i of the
lete Mn. Marj H;ike: Eddy, n nv <??,,?,.
tinne h'-r lecturee at the i>rke|f th?.
ntre under the titic of "New Thourht
Bervlcea." and thal the Nea ^'"v-gm
Church i*. nol entltled to in Injunctlea,
Thi Naw Thought Church, whlch hoMa
servl'-r-s iii the Aeollan Buildlng, aMej*^
that Mr?. '"hapin uaurped the natt < g\ng
Thought' aftei aha learned thal tha
chura-h waa a growlng Inatu itlon in ?>;??
York. Mra. Chapln eontended i
frlend have fltyhrd her th<- :.? ,a,*r 0f
all New Thajugbta.''
| ti, .? fJoff ,1' .?!? d thnt t v, g
| Though! Chueeh waa nevei
porntcd and could nol i
rlghl lo ihe nam-* "Near Thought." n?
1 aeld t e rh'irch dld nol allege ? ? ;
; -'\. 44 rtioogj t" ta ighl bj M -
'?rr-ti. al or BChlematl' " o -
te.-, hlngfl were in vioiati. n of 1
j of thi new rellgfon, hut m<
| gave the ImpKerdon that her flervtee wti
? ot ii-., V w Though! ? l ir -i..
BIG GUN BURSTS IM TEST
; 14-Inch Piece Unable tn Stand
20 1 ?:, Tons Pressure.
A*ig I. ? It v?4im*
known ti l i ' : - ? "??
ai tha i'i Pro' -ng ii ' iian
i. . ?? ? Wedneada
:,-, mI rnati d ?? f IIO.i HO. No ona
'ireri
tatemenl laaued by Actlng tt e
lan Rooeevell aald the g*j ?? ,?
I th" breei h end a sr "proof |
? ? the gui
jaeld 'he atefetnenl waa "*'?_ l
^prcutlmetely foe ? ? -.
! prcaeure ll la tha euatom to BubJcteJ
I -runa tr, one .<-hot at thi* hlK'n p
alihouch thev ar.- never aealn 80
Tl e reaaon for the r,'ir***lnar ls ';nd?r
i igai ir,7i
DOCTOR'S AUTO KILLS MAN
?Chauffeur Held in $2,000 Bail
for Manslaughter
.-? MeAghon, lhlrty*oi
? ? ?
m rlotvn by th- ri'itr ' '
Kraiik D. Q
.? . ?
ami reeeived Inltu thal i Ml
.75
latt
i..... .
tbe North Hudeon I
he le I
Karl i' ?
?
p
... .,-...- ? - ? |
t be rav
r.ot.-d ai,.!
tl
a$->
\n\v for a quick turnover!
$01 J- athk tic undi' -lurts
and knee drawers.
Mostly t?ol thm nainsodk.
8010 are -50c. trarineiita.
1004 are 75c. frjai*mentt.
85c. now.
? "
Strav Setfel
Tlie final mark down,
Split, Sennit, M in ud
MackinaM hats.
1848 of Vm.
$1 tl'MV.
ROGE18 Pl KT COMPAJfTi
Three Broadway Stores
at at it
Warren St. 13th St. 34th St
A
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WEATHER
FOR
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6 /aTRED-MAN
Q0 COLLAR
6, WlLSCN J
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Man ^ -'i
LAURETTE TWlM
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THE
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MiciiilU'M.
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