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IN RECORD TIME Giant liner Warped In. After last First Trip, in 21 Minutes. 1,019 PASSr.NOFRS PRAISE BIG SHIP \?i Vibration Fell During Voy? age ? Neu Cunarder (lets Salutes from Many. ? ? -,' to t? . ? io porl 00 I : I \\c I ? ov< r In . ? , Jock ? ' abeam k? ? The ; . ,, ?-en! fash ? - ? tin Vat ? antl to her pi? t \ . Th? - Q tine at 7:45 ti t>p ? < 'olora w. tf i.t, p. ?i ' The Aqui Api ? the f ? ?X \ ea air ? ? apta In v< r, ? its nol ed, a ' .- V. IIS . Both i ? Ki?l? ? th? on th? ? : rtli be ? . there had he? n ? the g pu ? ?1 hl e ' > eft to ice, c< er was ? ? I ? ?? if he ilm. to do k ' M '?'-. ? .i nlng, ' ed th? skip] i "I must ? ? ? . ai '?' -i no. ? ? ' Tl ;i. m AI ? . lock '-II?' -? When C'aptah ... i.', rep f hi.- own A- II? i mi.m W'iiiti r a nd ? *hai ? ?- P lier, of the local Cunard office, oflfere?! itlona i ? ?mil? ?i what i a - all .i ?o t. Then b h !? g of kippered h? don? meal of the day, i??l'i how he ??nt tii?- \ into ?io? k, 'Tl ? hing i,? t? II." i ? Ii handled ai ? ? g l w.int w nil those pro pellera. Von know . ;iH four a rows That ia ?ome ? ? ruddei purl In the ?locking?" ' ' I good work ? n over, bul not ? 'i th? 11? r," he r< i?ii? tl. "A ???i i ? ?i ..?;?l ??ff the i ? i. .No. air; th? did the job. simple jut? whei : ave .? ?hip like ? ? \quitanla. I am? up againat the I ? ' on my atar ??i quart? ? : i ull poi i quar? ter, and with ;i head line working right ? aptain '!' rner laughed outright when .'. - ? ,?i k? .i, bul \\ h' :, ? ?" ?? ? the 'in- si i??: w a? ., ed: 'i kepi th? two atar d the two porl ? , ? ? 'l the went m " V tl ally all of them vete in ?ea trav ? : that, nota ithatanding the ? ? i voy? Johi . < the flyei engine?, ? xplaii i I'.IS Vmbroa? ? ??? ?? le? M i I !..i(i> Nora h Braaaey. iby, ,i ? M I Mr?. H. D. 1 ?odge, ' ? i: i* i : ? M . nd Mn W i > > Iregory, Mra Kltx 'l Mra .!"lm J. Lincoln, M? an-l Mra W N. McMillan, .1 i: Mill? r, Mr ai d Mr? Harold Norton. ?m j rut, Mi and M'- ' ;? o ? Mra Chariest K. ?-< ? In K, Stoke?, Bob? ri il T? Il T V an Lteuaen, Mr. and m 11 <? \* ? " . Mr. and Mis i: \ v.,t. s. l. i ? . Kate i ??? igl ? w k w Vt'hll Rob? ?t w l."I! I : < :.,<!?!. ll ? ? on/the high k? . th" trip Il broke hl? "no i l u\s ? nu foi i t.. a ?hip n -t roll? and x - ? Explorer Killed by Leopard. *-T!i? Bails t.-ii . i ? fro n .?mn mad? ? ?i <?f . m K? Is? y, who atarted i-eci mly WKj, automoblliata "?i ? tl ip Town to C UK aq VIT AS? A ARRIVING HKRK AND SOME OF HER PASSENGERS. MANY GRIP HAND OF "MAC." PURSER Music and Making Every One Happy Hobbies of Popular \quitania Officer. ?*? was al?>, to go ? ? th?' Ih ? ... i ? ? ? ? ? ' \ M , - ?? M ? '? of ti ?? ?'iiii?ird Line, a ., I ? had i??? gotten to hid good ?? ? \ e il e m w ' ike of "Ma 's" hand. Tl cert mon; a as rv-t a- simple aa ?< ?eemed t<? tt ? :?? . pan. ' iig? ri. foi on ari ;*? ??'. al hla offl ? M??'??? n was holding a ? l ? i r< - cepl ? ? ime Mr. M?' ' ibhin, the running mat? " Dow ? 1,-tn?a \v.,s ?selected fo th? ' ? aftei a the < 'unard compai ) ?'i ?foui \ "?? i R with the j,ai y in ISSO as a i ?l <>! tw? nty, he hai nerved oi I t al SILK DEALERS SENTENCED Members of Gradinger Firm Get Atlanta Terms for Fraud. |i*o of tl rm of Ora? .. i.il ? 'oui i aplrii K to er they had o \<n.ii- ?'iimen who w< re their l.kkei ?? ?. .1 udge Mayer to th? ta nd a to two - ? ara ?Borah 0 ?;i!** ?nd thi Harr}' Gradinger. who Is 111, waa placed In ; bail until < tctolx r, a hei t aen ? -???? STREET CLOSED FOR BAND Grace M. E. Church to Have Right of Way in One Block. Tii. ? ?;?.? M< tiinihsi Epifcopal < "1 urch tnaj f ncert night, Poll? p < "umn ?\ toa* ha-a ordered 104th al . I>< i ?'..'miil'iis .-nul Amsterdam ava., closed ii..i.i v to i?? p. f?. The principa H V ill In Vu ? Klorentli ui tw? nt> -four ??'iii'i.'? ?i b ia-"' ard < '. Vic ? toi < -'?]?? i?? ? t? - K lal R? glment, N ' ?'. N V. \*..ll giv? ai exhibition 'li ill un - ' ?i tain de la Mat? i. ? member of an li. ? er, the i ? i,. eve? thai the band will I" fi.'i mam -a i . apartment houaes, ?HI.I 'I III?' . . II? ? I I IS .1 -m ? . il v. |ll , ,| Rom? ? I be plu? ? ?I n th< ? ? .-? i. und i commltt? ??I ti:?-li in-ml ? is v ill ?i-e? n ?? i?.? ol frank ? IS. MRS A v. HAVXE. GUNMEN WITNESS INDICTED Dresner To Be Tried for Per jury He Confessed. Karl l tresii? r. !?? \\ :; i ess ;?' the :?? fore .In Ige Golf In th? efTorl '?? sav? the four gun? men fi?'in execution for the murder ??f 11. i man Ron? ntha I. ivai nd led > ??* t? rdi He will ?J ,?n Mond '?'? l ir? sner confei sed to Dial ri? t Atttu? Whitman shortly after the hearing I thai his teatimonj hud been false. H? charged thai Becker'? brother \\.?s 'm plicated in the pint in -.? \ ? ? the .four men, 1 [e .-ils?? naaert? d !i..?i Ii" u s threatened with bodll> injtirj un lean te , onsented to i? stlfy aa i i Dresner swore 11 * r* t he was standing in 43d st. "ii the nighi i ?l? i and thai he .-.?w the murder car leavfl tl:.- Hotel Metropole with Harry Vallon ami "Sam" Schepps m ?i Instead "f liio gunmen. s??!*? |<| s ami Vallon and Patrolman K? lly ?? i pear? d before th? grand |i*r* thai indicted Dresner. MISQUOTED. SAYS MITCHEL Recall and Referendum Report Denied by Him. M? oi Mit? i ? l '- esterday said he ha<l I" ' I ! . . . ;.,,,,, , -j,,. at! aa saying 1 ? ? al tiio new rh.-.r t. r for this city would Include the refer i eiiiiuii! ami the recal "I have alwaya i-. ?? in favoi ??f these reforms." !??? said, "?*??.t I would not pre ? to say **hal will be in the new i am onlj one member ??f the commit! . Many !;<?".'. ideas ?ere gained on the trip, the Ma* or said Hi ipri led th? I ope that vocational schoola would be eatab ? ? CHARGES PLOT IN LONG PRISON TERM Man Serving Thirty Years Says He Is Innocent Board to Probe His Plea. Governor Olyhn haa ordered the BtaU rd of Pan eel m Manhattan aa a board <?:' ln<)uii M lay t.. sift a -t.. y ??-. Alfred )'? Schw.vlofskl, who hai ?? rr and ?-i ? in hi? I . half, thai he wax "r lib oadi il ' ? - ng for twenty tu thlrtj ? ? ? ;?.List.-in. who wiitti-u n i.k champioi - .-? a ( tofakl s ? ? go! Krank Mai ahall Whjte Int* ? m th<- prison? tor? ? lot ei aor < ! m r'i? ti linn. The prisoner was sentenced by the tr.tt Judgi O'fi ? ? to 8 on J m iT. i!?ii. accused ol breaking mto tbaaton .?: ?Dale, formel ruth av, dresamaker, ant given ? Ty tlua w.i* ? torn ten to ' ear*! matra oi .m assaull chai ? Bchwytofaki, who claims he <a*ai ? t ram? -i up an ears hi tu y went n-a Dak' ? ice. and will produira wttnoaMi al the Inquir? who will t?-stifv that h< ? t tin- burs lar ? ittoi n- ? Whitman's ofRc? ai ni. i to harlni B hw* tof.-ki . t?d tp i? i? yean I . ..a,mutation. II.- is thlrt*. fom ' old, n'"' ** ,l'" ' '" v '' '*''' M' "' al !'?. Rlvlngton ft LADY NORAH BR?\8SEY. FLOAT NORTHLAND, TO MAKE THIS PORT Sound Steamer. Patched Up. Pre? pares to Steam to New York for Repairs. New ?London, i o in., June 5. -The big Bound steamer Northland, which ran on lia? ti. n - i:?--1 I. t night, was Boated 1 <ii- this aft? rnooi and towed to this Only powerful pumps enabled her to make her pier. H? r forward ronrgiartm? nts, ton during her ? *chteen hours on the rocks, have been partially patched, ??nt the vessel Is ...?ll- disabled. Nevertheless, th Northland was ached to leav? il ? Idnlghl for New York under her own steam to be repaired, al lhough her ?inv will l?c reinforced by one from a wrecking company. There ire ?several holes in her bow, bul these have . <--lo.--.-ii bj divers, who spenl Ihe day at work on her. After II??? ?-? ? ei I -five passeng? rs had taken off al daylight and broughl to this rlty aboard tii?- wlreles? tug Tas? co, preparations were made to floal Ihe Northland VI I o'clock tugs tried to haul her off the rocks, but she would not budg?. Lighters thou took off larg? quantities of ?.?r*:.?, while divers went below ?nd ?intended the partial repair of the damage done the bow. When the ?second attempt was made at 5:41 this evening *h" tugs had little difficulty. The N'orthland Is s steel -?-crew steamer, bull m 1910 at Wilmington for th?-* Eaat . m Steamship Company. Bhe is ->'? < tei * long, it.: feel beam, and I?.? feel depth of hold. Bhe has a ?gross tonnage of 9,1X1. -.0 FREE MILK TICKET BAN Visitor in City Gives Away 300 Before Police Interfere. This i- tii?- only place in ?H his ira?.?*is where U If. Alexander, <?f Worcester, Mass . found he waa for? bidden t<? Ri?.?1 away money or Its equivalent. Alexander made known ins feelingi t?? a patrolman in City Hall Park y.-st'i.iay when be iras told to move <>n. According ta Mr Alexander, he comes t.? N.w v?uk several times in .li<* sum? mer, and ??n ??I'll trip im.? s -?'.<??? "i l"" milk tick? ts from th?*- Straus milk booth in the park. Th? -?? he (fives away. He aaaerted he had i.ought .".?u? ? eat??rda: morning and distribute them. When be went back for mor?*, however, he was refuaed ticketa, m he *-*?ii i * l. ?nd told to move on by the "cop." "I never buy anything atronger thaq milk for other people, though I do foi myaeif," said Alexander. "Why, i never Struck anything like it even In i Rusaia. If it lia.i been whiakey I would not have been ?told t<> grt out." A examler sai.i ho would write to Nathan Straus ? letter of |?r??t> ?-' _ I.'.CI? i;\ KRSLI-.Y. TAFT WOULD GUARD NEW HAVEN GREEN Ex?-President Bids People Resist Encroachments on Famous Square. Nea 11.,\. ? , June 5. N< *\ Ha? en folk .?i?' looking to-day with new eyes upo-, ih.it village green. Th" oldtime market place looms up now with an altogether new Importance and distinction since ex President Taw - . i,, ;! a- h" ated i??' handsome new postoin e building. "Th?' history <?!' Now Haven is tin- his tory of" its Green. For nearly three hun dred years t'..- current of New Haven lif?' has swept over thi* square. The Oreen i..??- - tleal and civic forum, a religious a il ar? na, a Held litary pa rades h nd . ounells, a .-<-?.?! of Judl? ia I ? ? il '?n.il cam? pus, a market place, a b trial pla? e and ;? playground. To-day we are rededicatlng it to .is o rig i n a I i ? ; ? ?? "Here on this old Green the accessions of i bar?es II, William and Mary. 0?eorge I. George ll and George III were pro claimed with the beating of drums, i"---sl salutes ;.n?i cries of '?;'??l save the Kl where under the ?ir.-.-n lirs the "lust of t'aptaln Isaac A lier ton, a pilgrim on the Mayflower and the father ol Ameri? can commer ?e. "Washington looked upon the Gre? his waj i" issun commanil ??r th.- Ked eral troops, l.?.iav.it.- reviewed the Fool ?m.I Hors? i '? her? Vale re? elved it- ? ''.?rtei In ? building on the <?reen Bui I believe the I ? ? ected on the Green a*as tl?.- itocks and whip? ping i">-t. For i" ? Ihe marks wen d upon i i..- < Irei n ?>f a famous broad jump made In his coll? Be ,!;ns by I 'aptaln Nathan Halo. "You ??ll do well to arrest all proposi? tions '.ting toward special uses of ?youi public ?sonare, such as providing ? park ing place for automobiles v?"i were wlae m securing fron yo ? Legislature an act which ?ill limit Ihe height of buildings facing 1 p G ? "The ever-present danger t?> the pres ervatlon or the Integrity of the ??r?*en is that In our dally association w:?h it *?.< i' il t?. realise how great an advantage ll i- t,, the clt) here that 11 ?? Green shall al? ? tin sacred, protected from offence and Immune from Invasion by the utilitarian reformer with no Imagination and no appreciation of th?^ , \., Itlng ??!'.? '?.?' 1er ? ? lion " ?? o FIREMAN HEIR TO FORTUNE $165,000 Brooklyn Estate Goes to Railroad Man. ? B] Tel Loa Angele?, .lune 5.?"Jack** J. Henderson, .? fireman on th?* Bou them Pacific, received ;? telegram to ?1-? from William Travers Jerome, In New York, telling him thai he was ?sole heir t.. the ."-1 ?'.."?.< h i? i estate of his und?, George ?'? Rtjoney, of I34H Waal si . Brooklj n. Toung H-rui'-r-? ti ?says i"* will go to Sen fork al once. H? la ? stepaon <?f juhn .1. Rooney, ex-chief of th?* lei r. i ?Service Police In Chicago. He la nine? teen years old and has Metal lure six montl Front 2 inches. Just the correct height for ?tyle and comfort. 2 for 25 eta. ?ARL & WILSON ? AKBBI OF rtOT'l BBI 1 r K o li l < I FIND STRAUSS'S BODY IN LAKE MOHEGAN Two Boys Search for It After Seeing Cap De? scribed in Papers. DEATH A MYSTflRY, SAYS F. P. ADAMS His friends and Family Declare There Was No Reason for Ending Ufe. , .. r<-\v hours s ftei the ? tor) that Ik- h ,.| rom hla I on ? ?, th? ?bods of i hari?s H. i ! agent for th? New En* ? .il Life li 'impair.- In New Y?nk, was found fioatinn an th? "f Lake Mobegan, fl?ht mil?-- : i 'eakskfll. Two schoolboys saw s '-ip n'.Htlnp cm p at' i. Prom th<* neasps: Mi Strauss trance they hml .-?i t he name of the maker of tl ? t'n. s was laut v. ?? fork. Th? n the floatlns ? up n as the sam? , s I the i?r They had onl? :?.-?? of the lake when they came on the body n irds from - Th" ? 'orom r a - about the he was not I fled Putting the p -,,,..- . ? . ? it linn fo lak? ooi ?d thai - the body ??( tl man. Jewelry In thr pockets corre ? ? i ??i tii.it Mr. Strauss can ??! whei In New fork, end papers in the pockets confirme-l the identification. The last rlew relatives and friend* In N? W York ha 1 was th.- re? i I pi of a nut hat from .? store neat : <? < 'rand ral Terminal This led to the suppo ? ?i,;?' i . might ? \ ?? l???a i ded s ' ., ifl left the city. This proved to be true, for, whi ti in- ?i...-. .>ii-,.nts ?. re ti n was found that he had reached Lake Mol can late thai hlr? ?i s ??? .?? ?i i.-?,'-- ? e water. Ti,,' following morning the canoe aras '?? i:,i ? mptj ? v <. t for -? ? opj of "The s.-ii ? -. .... ?nxp to i ade t.? discover th. Identity who had rented the canoe and ? tred i. _? Iman, a lawyer at it ? '. dor si . ??.?- in his olB? 'rank 'a P Adat is, the "F. P. A." of The . and ?? ' M when tl.- call?*>d up and told them of the Andina ol the bod*, Th? 85 Mt~ lt s a short road that isn't dusty. And it's a short-sighted 1110 torist that hasn't a duster. Motor dusters of tan linen. I gray and Oxford mohairs, Si? cilians, tan Pongee and tan silk. $4.50 to $20. For motor tripping Tire, tail and running hoard trunks. Steamer rugs and laprobes. Fitted travelling bags. Light weight sweater jackets. Rubber shirts and mackin? toshes. Caps, goggles, gloves and gauntlets, Pyrene extinguish? ers, Thermos bottles. Everything for the week? ending of men and hoys??n the country, seashore or city. Rogers Peet Company, Three Broadway Stores at at at Warren St. 1? ? St. 34th St. uur busitie-*?} has more than doubled. Buyio?* low mesas sellla** low. Rubber Sole Low Shoes n.ii-u Muli??**?"?' Basest, hn*ri??>li Lasts A Scoop in Whtte Shoes $2.50 Ubite Lama?. Ilca?..?. Kubber Sole.SI.M $5.00 "iAbitc Buckskia,.$3.49 Leather Sole Hiv-h and Low Shoes Dsrk Msbof- Kusseis. UM, $.1.9$, $4.9S *.*....? ??; ? i....- ? - ..i %: ?hi It.I Hi Ends and Odd Lots, 1-3 Saved $2.97 & $3.85, ?"'WMasi . : M] :-?. -!r-?? hJ.i:-. I.iokrp. - Bankruptcy Receiver's Sale YOUMAN'S HATS rntir.- at???-k ?ill be pmXt at retail AT 21 WEST 46TH STREET 331/1 0/ OFF > i ?*** ?*#*#/?J 0 XIX X - s couii rtaoalvir. l.i.'if?liH*' h- left t- r l>"k?kl|| night, nt ? ... lo-k Mr AJ?tnit??? t" Ms U?tt ??I8? A|| "''*r*-' ?JouM tha? gt M "''? |i Mr A'I.'itn?'? .ff^ j Ms of hit CO>^^^^BP ?K-htrli avilit* the ''r.ron??-*g a****'" day, The Tribun* do#- no? p*?*>|H ..J* Conning T ^^ To all ir', . rtrs Mi A darns r-ntuj ??^ ?<?'.'.?; f! w -?-aMfcT dtaappearano**, snd th* ?l'urov-?.-V^| *s that ?m ti Intim?t**?*! sui* I ?Tli?**--? *va?< ??? -,). tr|*-?-t?|Av it? that h?' iit'-? .1. .| t,, e,,r\ i,,., ja-* Mr. Adams said I "~ n!? ? ?"'??rtSaai? til? '!'-|.??rt . ' ?? 4 la? ?*-aJ his m If Ha had **? th* b?-nf of (i"n!fn .. with lila wif<\ * op? he | years ilaiitrhta-r. It his I? - ,- j ?*? His Income Tax One Cent. Iiftroit. .' m? '. .*?..? ? ? itiUv pal? . ini-'ima fu ? th< ten ' . , tjjaj Of thin hui t ^tjtmo |?ams than n Is tax? . ??-.??ft ?. a mou i ? ''? ? nta-at a M. M f g, ? i r\ etA-ekM -i tusa partiih?m ;i it | ? ?I AMUSEMENTS. Tiufoe \em V-.fl, i..t ri.--.iiw ????* ?** N" liraliiif. with Hi?. riaa-aS I inplr H?M\ OKI \\-l nil I M Ulli. MW HUDSON HU0S0H ,?-, DLMMYI NEW AMSTERDAM MATINEE TO-DAY AT 1:1* Ml ?I ill \ I I till /Hi.ll III II W-l HI I ?II I IM TIFFANY CUP CONTEST TO NW KMI KM: IN?? .?.i .1 oXaX \ \ i HI I mi t i.i \ m i. CABIRh Or. I..-.I r.i nt '.?I ..r,-,.| r>p??ra I karoo (?LOBI; , , Kellermann S?i?EJg GAIETY 7 'itrlO. M. < ?HI W - Ml ?T 1*1 11 KEYS TO BALDPATE V COHANS msMsmsm INTERNATIONAL POLO MATCH England vs. America At Meadow Brook Club Polo Field Wettbury, L. I. JUNE 9th AND 1 - iK llrnllirr p-rniiitint 6 A XI ( \l I I II IT I I? M, K\*-T -I \MI -in m ?rtMi v ill ?? * !*??< h - - >l??*ri?il trnin? ?n .- I' nd "**li hueti \ ?. ? ? . '?'? P M ASTOR m,.,,;??.?,;-, M?-?l ..f \ll -??hi.i... r --I.. RAYMOND HITCHCOCk IN MIS NKW Ml I "THE BEAUTY SHOT ELTINGE E YELLOW TICK if I.OMiACRi: A PAIR ???'SIXES rtunico UAHULLn ANTON. ? LlMlW . Mo-, , -Till ''?*** ?PIKRR?T Till*. riKHH'iW." MPJ e.) ?ti-.h. unilT 't ' meietl ** PLAYHOUSE THE IHINGS I HA I COW? 39th St. TOO MANY COOki ; \??im). i ?_ ? HIGH JINKS t"'-"?v..y,"" TO-DAY xsT^A t i IMF .lYJIft-a*? mti: t*-tS&2uM4Lll?*a,?iT^ ( OKI Hi THE ESCAPE MacKAI !. "I $100 Cash Prize \nd Bronze Vedal ?? rSastt Amateur One Stcp&Hesititio? ?Btsat?<>? Cssasrt? M.veej Met N"' The Castles' wm LUNA PARK MR.VERNONCASTl Mill fa??stfj .luilc* t1" ? tmMU\ FINAL CONTEST SUNDAY EVE., JUNE H JARWN*DANSt SR,J Sit T? i?ATa.OSI v. "25 (ll|l < ..lit?*-?** * **"?*. ???'i'? "?'lilil? he-.ve.nu THi>snni.y ?gj ROZSIK*. 4 VANSCI MUtUI ,,,. ???' M . " ?r,n* "*\ CASTLES"! ** m?iiA Ir? ,*?** ti .n.l ? ??*-*?? I ree lot* I?'*! ?? *<a-.t. \U*r,-?." ??Mil* J?" ?The \?"* Mra.?ara-a*' J "HEARTS Of STRAND W.N;n-U JCl'M 10 -* NtWU'Wi-Hfc?J PB. r. ?KITH'?? 'i-irl? * ,??',",.ll ALACE ?r \le??\ Il y * ?Tth - -?? ? HPIIK-tllN ? ** ' ' ?S R-i a i?*.?- m .i r? it?? ? E ill lieatrf I pi? ? ?? * BURLESQ-Jf H COLUMBIA ' ?illh IKiM A \l?t Kl?