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Vol. I *\MV... .No. 24,728.
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M',\\ VOI.K. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1914.
PRICE <>N*K CEN?
'I' In < II? of **?ru sor.. \r?mk. Ier?e, ? II? in.? li.beta
I >l Ulli Ml. IIHI ? l">i l~
IN DANGER BY
I rtlers Suppressed, It Is
Said, to Prevent Min?
MME QUEYDAN PUTS
BURDEN ON LABORI
Tells Him Dramatically to
Read All of Them in
Public or None.
QUESTION HELD OVER
Slain Man's Brother Testifies as
to Innocent Origin of Cal
mette I ortttne.
... ha 7
Pan?. July 24. For the present, *-?'
rate, society h're. both fashion?
able and political, as well a the j-rt*,-.t
Parisian mob. must swallow its disap
menl as bei?'? it car. The secret.?
' the ?"aillau*. love lett?*is are not to
be disclosed. At least not yet.
This decision was reached *o-da.*
another remarkable scene in
?ourt. in which once again tne two
"eautiful women who have played
leading roles ip tbe life of ex-Tremiir
SUS ?ere face to face. But to-j
day each seemed utterly broken. The
-e*-re tire of jealous antagonism which
burned in the ?
a s? gai e
When Mme. H. dan, pall'.i
ss a her* and oh ?*. .
treat menta! Hi?t res*
? e witneai stand, into which she had
.'-ev ou?ly stepped ?o lightly, Mme.
Henriette ?aillaux. who ?upplantetl her
-"? th? wife Radical leader.
?-a*, in the prisoner's
???ck and wept despite a'l her .
Homed a Woman's Life.
\'o ?ess pitiful a '*gur< vas the bcau
wife, a**, shaking with emo
- ?h?- exclaimed in a tearful wail:
"I do not wish -o send this ?vornan to
.- .illotinc. but I demand that the
?orld shall know how sue lured my
- .?band from me and ruined my life!" j
And then, breaking down, she added.
De arltfc the letters as you will."
There are mai.y who are savin* to?
? gr.t that the .incision not to read th-*
?i**i6u? love letter.? publicly we
reached in court, a? was made to ap
r-ar bv the proceedings, but tai
?g-eed to at a conference attended by
the jJ'Jpe. all the advocates and
era', high government officials before
the opening o' to-day's session oi' the
*r.al. It is said the letters are beini;
suppressed to prevent the downfall of
U ? - . r . ?
? the French populace wai
appointed at this halt in the 'lisclos
ures. tbe tnroi.g of fa?'r.;ot.ab>
. r.g the trial was thrilled all day
I b] tne proceeding?. One afl f
thei ai the friend? of her hu
. : to ?ave Mme. < aillau** from
ihe guillatine by effort? to carry away
- :t*cal sympatnies of the jury or
by attempts to justify her act in shoot
rjeath Gaston Calmette, ad I
??aro." to prevent hirn frorr
I Bore ef her 1< < ? tters.
Political Orations \gain.
nour? Mr*-? Ca au* ai
I of Calmette seemed com?' et?
- while al! listel i
rearing. The crowded audi
? ?pplauded and II
band kept ''"''i' ?** f ehairmar,
., ? - , ? ? .
., | They listened and
? ? ? | ' ? '?
at u re a f -
? ,,nlini?-?1 "n i-.???* . ?,l 4
This Morning's Nt ws.
UM AI.. Ytge.
' ... I
- *. ? . ?, 1
ttt Pick- I
A ? '
: ? ? ? 3
" ? I
'.?rile,. . 7
"'. .- '?
- a Will Kigh) rhinl '
'.<??*.?? . .'!
Ml-' KI f.ANKOl.'S.
"**!?.?,? '? Varied li -
f ? ? 11? 11
4-"Hm>g ?nd Wea< I ;
A,*x> ?rut Mi , | j I
KILLED IN TRAIN HOLD
L. ft N. Engineer Rcpo
Shot by Masked Mm.
Itrli : The
i - | through
Pullman car* on Ihe I
by it? ?* mask? ,i .:, 'n night nt a c
*1 i>? here.
- i . ?,.,- Ti| 'O
killed by the bandit* and
the train crem
??aid t.? he missing. A -jperial
ciar,? ha* "ti
i-. .. ?. ? o< boo!?- oh*??ned ?
to he laree
FIRST CANAL YACH1
Jos. Leiter Changes Itinet
on Niagara to Gain Hono
Honolulu, duly 'J4. On re
dispatches that the Panama Canal
he opened to merchanl ves
than thirty fret draft on Atitrii?l !."?
?epli Leiter, who ?Ting ari
the world on Howard GoulrT's yacht
N'iajrara. decided to ?lav he woul?!
tutu to \>w York bj way of the ci
Accordingly the Niagara will ?-hi
the weal coaal of Mexico Monday
drop down to the Isthmus in th??
of brine the first yacht to travers?
COURT ORDERS OPERATI
Judge Issues Novel Decree 1
der R. I. Labor Law.
Providence, July 24. A decree.
? he first of Is kind in 1
?ry. was entered by .ludee Stearni
the Super,m ?nun to-day, when
>rdercd Leander Rabitaille to ?"it
: tion at one?.
Rabitaille was injured while at t?
in a worsted mill and tinder the wi
* an'i compensation act was enti
to S6 21 weekly for five hundred we
? g fifty-one weeks the c
pnny declined to make fur!
ments on the cround that the emp!
had lofu.ed to submit to a surg
iperation that would probably ?
I'nder the court's order the comp
ihe t'NprrM? of 'he opcrat
AUTOS CRASH: FIVE HU
Mother Rescues Baby?C
1 '.. ..." were in collisio
Willis ?.v. bridge over the Harl
River lasl nicht. In on?', ''our pers
were injured, ami s baby was ?a
mol ri i .
hurled out of the other machine, i
ti i resl of the pi ? on, lea'.'
him behind. The man refused to
who hi?? companions were.
The injured in one car were Ma;
' 1 .. -t I22d Si . face f
head cut; Morris Smith, of 3815 Th
av., fractured skull; Mrs. Sm
-hock: Miss Anna Hart, eighteeny?
Smith saved her "venty-tv. o-montl
old baby from injury.
Tiie car. which Marcus was drivii
erturned, and the en!
was flur.R to the roadway. All w<
? , Lincoln Hospital by Dr, I
The man thrown out of the othai ?
gore his name as -lohn Net
?A est 124th I
KLEIST SUIT STAYS HER
Federal Court to Hear $250
000 Action Against Breitun
Max Frederick Kleist, the chauffe
who ?-'.oped last Bpring with Juli
. .- tei of Edward X. Br?
tung, of the Si Regis Hotel, has wit
draw ii his mo- o his 1250,0
*uit transferred from tl
?a court to the Supreme Court
Westchester county. The Breitun
had the - i rred on the groui
that they were residents of Michijja
Judge Learned Hand yesterday co
? ca-e foi trial in this fc
eral disti Mi i. Kleist left her hu
band almo l immediately after the
marriage. Kleist alleges that -he wi
induce.? to do SO bj he*- father ar
BRYAN ON YODEL CIRCU?
Probably Will Make $1.50
Extra This Week Lecturing,
Wai hington, J 1I3 24. Secret?
I a- . ? to-day, an
< charge of '
ot know ??? ? had gori
i* id, di pite ?
a roi, n?! Mr. Bi
on the P< m
Mr. Bi ton said lasl he ha
t to | rcuit in 01
ake ? and h
? i - ? ? ? ? o far a to pron * s tat?
to the pn ? ' ? -i of ; h
i- he mad?
Th? tatement, I i ever ap
'?11 ? ive "i
old-1 ' . - It i wel
al Mr. Bi yan'n contrai
, minimum | I 1250 a leet
mes s di? ion o
? . ;?*?< receipt In the week whiel
? he . ? ? retai ?- pi obabl?
ad? tl MX)
FOR HER HUSBAND
Suffragist Wife Prepares \n
Move Mini Into Harlem
' ?? ? going to 1 ive at
.-? r eadqua rtei . bul hi ?
M s o? i a
t.; - ? ? g up
- r? ? . i a i?.?-.
? ? ?? - iheii abode in thi
... ted M ri
bul full of
? i- he'l gel o? ei it," sa id M ? *?
?. -it i ipht on eon?
i . ? >.f n utmeg i
or the n? ??? kiteh?
?. h ich ??? '11
. . *? ? ... ,i replica "f the
ni m ma m?a un 'I b] ' '
., ,,,n .... ill be u ?-?i for
. ? . '
Ma on I he
? . ? ? ' lunch? al
? age doctrinal all day
CLEARY GAVE BOY
NO TIME TO SPEAI
lew Words, Telling f
Wedding, Would Have
LAD HAD "BADGE OF
HONOR" IN POCKE
Slayer, in Jail. Stricken w\\
Remorse Did Not Know Vic?
tim Was Son-in-Law.
, Pran ,-, nt of The TH
tiaverstraw, N. V. July 24. h wi
in en'irr ignorance of the fact th
Kugcne M?irtin Newman had ?ecrel
married his twenty-year-old da ugh t'
last Saturday that William V. < Irai
Democratic leader of this village,?toi
in his office, withm t'x% feet of 1. ?
tim and shot Ihe l>o> husband to drat
The boy, for be' was only cightr-i
entered his father-in-law'.-, office ye
tel day carrying, as Mr. Newman, t,
father, expressed it. "the l-adfre i
honor in his hand" the certifica!
proving that he had married Ann
Mana Cleary. To-day Cleary's fnen?
asserted that he knew nothing of ill
marriage, nothing of the ?et un?;?'
He gave Eugene no chance to prt.iln?
it; no chance to ?a*, one word oi ? ?
planution or ?lefence. Within one mil
ute after the boy had entered the o
tice he lay on the floor with four l.u
lets in him, while ? leary locked hi
safe and walked out, followed by hi
friend and adherent. Bernard J. Fox.
? ?lie minute of explanation, thirt
seconds, indeed, would, it is belie?.? ?
have been ample to avert a traged
which has plunged two familii
sorrow and disgrace.
Clear) Sought Vengeance.
( leary'l motive, as he tn]?| ?t, .>.
?o avenge an injury done the honor 0
his daughter, Unknown to him, thn
injui'S had been wiped out ;n the bes
possible way. He risked his own lif
to protect his home, as he thought; in
stead he told the world 'ne ??hol
story and murdered hi- daugnters hus
band, the >.on of one of his best friend
and the boy ?horn he had often wel
comed .o his home and even secure?
positions for at various times.
To Cleary. proud and sensitive, eaffl
the knowledge several days ago of hi
daughter'? love affair with young New?
man. He brooded o?er it and sough
?o forget his grief in th? old familial
way. Stimulants increased the po!g
nancy of the pain.
His wife had been taken into th?
confidence of the young people, "ihr}
had told her of their elopement to an?
marriage in Weehawken, bul for son
reason, though entirely reconciled ;
'he event herself, she thought t best
to send Eugene to break the news iiitn
? ' her hu.-bar.'l.
Newman went, carrying in his pockel
hi- marriage certificate, and confident
that the interview with Mi. Clear"
would end happily. But the s'ght ol
him drove the already half-maddened
father into a fren;.y of rage. Without
warning or giving Eugene a chance fot
his life he tired.
Almost instantly came the reaction,
< leary hurried to the office of Thomas
Gagan, Di trict Attorney, and said 'o
him wildly: "I have killed the New?
man hoy. He broke up my home ;.*id
de tr ?ved my happine*-." Cleary tuen
hrok" into incoherent muttering.? a-ii
wept. To-night he .< an <?
broken man ai he pair- his i'
the Kockland County ,1a,1 in Neu I
Remorae Fellows Murder.
< learj '- i emoi i let is i
ful, according to Lh? accounts of the
friends who were admitted to see him
and who vainl) tried to cheer him. "If
I had only known m> girl wai married
I never would haw done it," he is re?
ported a? repeating constantly.
Ihe daughter, whose happinos ai d
gaj good humor hrr friends ay hsS
? ipecially noticeable nice Sat
. her wedding day and ??1 a I ri
?th birthday, is prostrated n
? .,me in Nea lork ami under m ?>!?
i'-.'il rare, liii condition ??.;? reported
here la t nighl a erious.
Then th?-re ?i the other ide, the
family of the victim. Ml . A II ?*.
grandmother, who made Un?
gen, hei particular pet and with whom
he often lived when he went to Hi ' i
traw, heartbroken over her los-,
Kred E ' i v-nr.an, his father, is grief
stricken. Talking of ihe traced) wi h
?. correspondent for Ihe Tribune to
daj M r Sew man aid ;
,*,? e all thai s t rue.
My boj wenl mio thui man's
he badge of hoi or ? hi hi ?
? .i?,? /, |,i i i nt ?tng ' he bad ???
... matt. i what he ,,.?!
he h.A<\ made good and h?
I lu re to pro. ?? it
"No. I am rot clamoring for
geanc? 'Mill' ? leary and I l.a?e been
elo e friend from i">. hood up. I don '*.
want to iee 'Bill' go to the ehair Uut
I don't war.I, for political or any ?th? I
i ea on . lo ??? i bal mai a s king
around free while my son lies ?n his
:?'.. '? in ?he Mount Repo t Cemetei
"Mm? ; the '? . i Mine ?a
* from h huh I will f
I me, bul Ihcin ??? ill !.?? the
i * ii g orrov i he*, are more to bt
?.it ? .1 tban I.
"Bill ? leoi ?? and I ,,re i rienda n ?
fatbei would 1? ? I to ?!.?? man .vim shot
do ? ? on in cold Moo.I \ want I o
see him ge' ? good long santanci
Stunned **? the) were by flu- .su?*1
and unexpectednesi of Ihe
murder, ? I? ar) ' f< iend lo ? un
to ?!;.?. m rallying to hi aid and lay
am for hi I def? un It i ,.,,,|
' ! u ' ??! n i .
the lesd in helping the i.gh? foi
, .., .. i i... .. i ,.,,,.
a? li. had ?>? en n ached
,. |i, . , ' I,??-? <Intai '". ? anada, and
bad agreed to defend ? leary, M<- will
rut hori hi vacation and rotara to
CoaMOOOd ?n l'sge li I oXamn S
WIDOW RI.) m, I DK. Ml I? I A I'IN'.H AND
Mrs, Kugenc M. Vewman, Kugene M. N'cwman an?l William V.
NAVY CALLS MOR.
MARINES FOR HAI
Colonel C. A. Doyen Chose
Command in the Event o
Washington, July 24 Pr?parai
wn; forward a* the Na>.\ Dej
ment to da) for the roncentrs
thousand marines within ?
me ti. Lance o! thi H?,;,
Il ?a? ai non: Cl the
nue nsisting o?
be .. lembled al ' I is tanamo, ? '
aci "- tii'* \\ indw ard Pa
Hayti, iiiii the several companies
?linn ni can waters, will be comman
.nel ' ha? le - A l lo? ?
n\ . .imi'.i'i,"
Ihe i ran- p.ii ? Hancock,
? ? ' , ingui d of the ma i
Yd s Crus to Guan? ?amo for a ?
ible Ha-, tutu campaign, is due
Road to night. 1 he pr?s
plan i- !?> send het oui of Ihe Ii??
in ?um i"?? .?i Sunday a ?1 h four h
dred more marine no?* waiting al
Norfolk Savj Yard to he taken
Kamin? ha? be? n added to i
trouble of the rebel Dominican r
0f r . i?., Plats Ten deaths fr<
-im , 1,1 -,,.. i?, ere reporl ed fr? thi
t., ,!,i?. . !? ?mil (Uppl il hat <? licet!
mo - thausted. and uffering fr?
,,, . ., and the di ea ?? incideni
lack of food obtain to an alatrming <
"DIVE OF DEATH" KILL
Youth Imitates "Feat" fro
Tree Taken Out Dead.
, i . rel?s ...?' ".
. i,.,i ? i onn., i m ?- '-'i Havii
, <l a high ?!
Rock called i he "t?i> ?? ol Deal
? f nins i ' me Petei . ag? -i i ghteei
of Highland a? . ? day iried to i mulal
th<- feal before a number of friondi
? rawlinc among 'he bran ce i of a ?re
at the ?'?Ice of S? ele P.I h? dive
-,?,. the murky waters before he coul
m rest ??!? ined.
Whether he WS* lilial'l' to - ". I ni 0
?truiU the hoitom with ore
??m him ha not been ascertained
When taken from ihe ?A;.t<*|- |.
. ompanion < he ?* s i d< ad
SHIP RUNS AGROUND
Huron, of Detroit. Strands in
Fog with Sixty Passengers.
I.liste ?ni rent, Ont . July 24. The
steamship Huron, of Detroit, ailing
from ' leveland to th? Roo through the
Not th ? hanm I, with it) pa ?
mu tl) touii ' ran aground in s den-??
, i l. to ?!.?? "ii . .
f<- ?? mil? * fro?" the lighthouse a! Clap
11 ? ton ? -laii'i tweni mil? ? ? i ,,i
I ?tl I ? ??? M-i.
I|u xteain.il i |i John II agger I ha*
gon? i ? '??n here to embark thi II uron'
pa < ngers i?? for? th? lug relea ?? the
endangered ve el, the damagi i ?
hull eaaaed the Ailing ol ihe forward
rninpHrtmi'iit v\ i ? h water.
BIG R. R. STRIKE
STILL A MENACE
Mediation Between Western
lines and hn^ine Crews at
a Crucial Sta-je.
Chicago, July 24. Mediation by the
government between ninety-eight We
?*rn rniiroad- and their engineers and
li remen reached a crucial -tage to
night, according to Mart m A. knapp,
member of the federn! Board ? f Medi?
ation and Conciliation. Judge Knapp
tated. however, that members of the
board till hoped to reach s ettlement.
It wa rumored thai ai announce?
ment would he made h\ the board to?
morrow either thai the men had sg
to lubmil to arbitration or that the
road ha.i decided to make new conci
\ tatemen! attributed io the em
. a meet ago wa that, unless the
read- offered ome nets eoncc
within the week, the men would be in
??lined to terminate Ihe mediation and
This -tatement wa- tupplemented by
a report from California yesterday
thai a local union official had been
notified thai the mediation bad not ad
vanced from the employe ' tandpoint
and might be terminated a) once.
ACCUSED OF BRIBE LETTER
Winsted Man Held on Charges
by Civil Service Head.
H ?leg-rap l?i
Winsted, Conn., Jul) 24, charged
with attempting to hube the president
of the United States Civil Servie? Com?
mission, Fred L. Humphrey, of 240 Oak
-i . an employ? of th? Wra I. ??ilbeit
Clock ? ompai .. nt arre ted to day b.
'..*,?? r .-' Mar ha! rimoth) L. Has
II,?? warrant charges that Itumphrev
?rote lo the head of the comm
..'".?ring him |300 for a po lit ion us rural
letter carrier. About four years ago,
while a carrier in the rural service,
Humphrey was dismissed nom the
servir?, I* was with a view of getting
reinstated thai he wrote the letter.
CANDLE IGNITES CLOTHES
Woman Dies from Burns After
Falling in Faint.
. erel burned, the body ol Mrs.
lennie Helfund, eighty year, old, ?vas
found lu-1 night b) Benjamin Galvin,
her son-in-law, lying beside an ice
chest in their ho ?*. al S7S I OU 1*1 si.,
Mr, Galvin and his wife left the
woman slum* in 'he apartment while
the) went for a walk ,*sl,e told them
thai the) might tin.I s little lue. e ..m
??| ..m ??>.. old "?? ;.? n he ?aid;
" oo old and loo feebl?
When i he) i etui ned hej found the
bod) with ? lull*- '1 candle burning be?
side it Mr nah in belie* es thai he
nut.?I *" go to the ie< che ? for a
drink of water, w?. tak?t. ill and fell
m h faint, tha ? iadl? ettiag (ire to
EUROPE AT POINT OF WAR;
RUSSIA BACK OF SERVIA
IN RESISTING AUSTRIA
EUROPE'S SITUATION AT A GLANCE
'.uati present? ultimatum to Servia requiring acceptance of de
mai ' cfore 6 p. u
Russia demanda it .ustria abandon the time limit on nci
uiti i atum m,?-1er threat ot "extreme measures."
Entl .- of Russia into dispute brings Germany into tick! under
tern-, ot the I ripie Alliance.
Great Britain and Fiance work to find modus vivendi, hut thus
far in vain.
All offei <?; medi?tion declined by Austria and threat*-, of inter?
vent on unheeded.
Austria's hgl ; ?"., f< rce is r-!n?-,atcd at 810.000 men.
Servia's militai y itrertgth is estimated at 195.000 men.
Tbc Ruffian arm*/ is in round numbers 1.500,000 strong.
Germany's minimum peace strength is 672.000 men. On a war
rooting the German army i*5 the largest in the world, i e. 2.250,000 men.
BROKER'S CHILD I
LEAD DUAL LI?
?State to Aid in ("are
Whit te m ore (iirl Until
Case Is Settled.
Reg i il?l i, "\ i iitemore the *. onk
brokei ho -.*. a -un-, toned t?? co
??k ..n -a charge <>t cruelty gr?
i ix " .' of alleged treatment <?f
?terdi ? . and I ?
iiiuie.l '.. Monday, Meanwhile be is
? tli? vh Id si hi* home, in llarmo
Park, when hi i- at home. At all oil
1' me j ?he to ?' i. Bt the shelter
Ihe Prevent ion of ? '
??Ity to C'hil
The broker's rich neighbors compli
that while at his b Mew Vc
W'hittemore locked the child in I
house, where sh? was forced to renn
alone all day. Her mother has be
dead :<i! seven yean
.-??i numera the ti.mpla-r
mai < haile Warner, Yonkcr? agf
?or the < hildrcn's Society, went to t
house, placed a ladder to an upr
window and took the child down a
to the Shelter. Fred Longaere, an -,
chitect; Mrs. Longaere, Robert C. M
on, ?? rich manufacturer: Mrs. Ma
an?l VYilbui A Reasar, an artist, a
lubpeenaed to appear a) 'he hearing
Monda;, ami testify to the alleg
Yonkers g?"- lip .. thai Wh.
temore is afraid of losing the chi
to hi-? brother-in-law, P. I? Stant?
and i- so wrapped up in her that
worries constantly about the prospc
of her bring taken from him.
<?nly ;. f? u years ago, after his wi
died, her father, the late I?an:?l S'a
?oii.a rich railroHfl contractor, fought
the couit? for ihe litt'e girl an?! wo
Ihs death, however, occurred short
after. W'tiitleniore go' poi.ion
Dorothy for the t'ir-t tune since h
mothel took her away and went
live with her father.
It is said that there was oppositk
to the marriage, which occurred
IR99. Some tell of the time before ?I
wedding whet. Whittemore and h
future brother-in-law had a thnllir
list tight in the street. ?.'oriielu
Vandcrbill *? rote a letter to the broke
congratulating him on taking 1*. I
Ma n ton' ? m? aaui t
Whittemore is very well connecte
.? member of exclusive elubs, e.-pi
dally 'he country and 'eld organizi
of VVestehester County. II
daughter it "el! known among then
*or be is proud to take her with hn
and sh?}-,?,- her otT when he s
with his fellow member-.
GIRL THWARTS JURY AIC
Admits Guilt After Disagree
ment Talesmen Censured.
Standing eight to loar for con-. .-? o
r.fter three hours of deliberation a jur;
in the Hronx County Court last nigh
declared that no agreement could h
reached a* to the guilt of Vera Peter
-mi. eighteen years old, of <1W Has
iTmIi i1 . accused of stealing a stickpii
rorth 160 from .lo?eph Morrell, of n
Vera heraelf s?ved the ?lay. and in
eulent.ilh caused the discomfiture o
ihe foul when she mlmitted her guilt
Judge ?iibbs then administered a re
I.uke to the members of the jury whe
iiad stood out for acquittal. He ?aie
they had entered the jury box with th?
intention of freeing her. He suspended
TWO STRAY DOGS
Plumber Kills Another That At?
tacks Children Sergeant Bit?
ten in Station House.
Policeman Joseph Shifeik, of th?
Whitestone precinet, yesterday !as?ord
two uppo?e?l mad ?log. that for -c?cral
days had been lurking about the nut
- ? of the tillage. Aliitmigh many
complaints against the animals reached
ihe po1'?-.' all attempts to capture the
.im* fails 1 until 'he officer volunteered
t?. try his skill with the rope. They
were tiirii'-'l over to the Society for
? ii? Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
ami were killed.
Owen I.oweree, a plumber, living- in
flrailt'or.I av.. 1- lushing. yesterday
kill?*?! B ?log that created a pHnic
among a number of school children
who were playing in Locust st. Low?
??ne -tunned the animal b) hitting it
with i hammer before it bit any of
Police -'?rg'Ht:' -I ? ? it : i McM.n u ?\,-i,
? lerda) moi ?.mg by a dog iha-,
i,.i - l?. en 1 epl ??t the Ka I IJ.'.i h :.
-talion for thr lasl three daj i waiting
to In* i-lainied by its owner. 111.*
wound ?*.. eauterited bj Dr. M inert mi,
of Harlem Hospital. The ?log was,
sent to the L'epariinent of Health. '
CITY HALL HOME
Desolate and III, Ryan
Prepares lo Go Before
With plaster t ?rn from the walls
and with practically all the f urn it u re
gone from the room?; where he has
lived with hi- ?am:?y in the 1'ity Hall
!..t .even years, there's nothing ieft
for .lohn Pylvestei Ryan to do but get
I he old custodian, who ha? made
. d t,gh' to -stay in the City
Hall, will be removed on a stretcher
this afternoon, and to-tnght the build
ing will be without a custodian for the
? me m w ellnigli a eentur).
R\an has struggled hard to remain.
His ideas on the subject, ever since
Borough President Marks saul he must
give up his apartment to the Art Com?
mission, are well known. The old man
-till fell the same wa) about it last
night. He said the only r?a-o;i he ?va?
going wai because he knew ;f he d.d
not be would be forcibly taken out.
He was pretty sick last n.ght. sick
-ai heart as well as in body. Ever -, ic
'i o'clock in 'lie evening t.he furniture
movers had hecn in and out of V.tt
place, slamming and banging ihiiir.
abour. and removing each familiar
chair or table or book-case from the
place where ?1 had stood so long, ?t
the agcfl ??. see this, and Rvan,
who is an ill man anyway, felt it
He and hi? une will get into an a .
tomobile this afternoon and go straight
to Kreeport. where one of hi? married
sons. M. \V. Ryan, 1res. The other
members of the family who have be? n
living in the ( ity Half, loe and Willie,
and the two daughter?. Atinie an!
Molly, will begin housekeeping in i
home 'hey own up on the West Side.
They do no: e\pe?-* th? ir fathei .-, ,:
mother to be with them for several
months. It is their idea to have Mr.
Ryan remain on Long Island, when he
can recover his health in the open :.ir.
"Ves. :? seems funny for us to have
to get out of here," said .Joe Ryan last
iiight. "Yon ?couldn't think that a
public building could be a home, hut
this one is to US. It seems just like
breaking up everything. Father'- ^o
ill an<l mother's just as sick as she can
?be. She's had two strokes since all
While the wreckers have been tear?
ing away the plaster Ryan ha- hren
lying in one of the rooms overlooking
the fountain. His own former bed?
room is littered with plaster and
bioken wood, Mixed with the wreck
. M b) the workmen were the dirt
and rummage of moving ?a-t night.
|.!\ new-papers, tattered books, a
broken chair leg and a pieee of an
old overcoat were in one heap on the
bare floor. Half a yard away a little
waahatafd stood alone, as though it
had been stranded on an ocean beach.
What make? R\nn -n bitter about
moving out of the City Hall is his
! rm belief that he ha? a real right
He ?.?. * one ?lai k night he
; h.s life to put out a Are in Mr.
McAneny'S office; he claim- he (,-.,-. .
New York its high pressure ; relighting
tem; he asserts that when the City
Hall was draped in mourning for
Mayor Gaynor's funeral he stumbled
again I a con of wire and fractured
-.. badl) that blood
poisoning let in. Three of them were
"I've stayed here, and I've worked
hard, and I've looked after the city's
property conscientiously. I've been in
? i , ,-?>*. service twenty-five years, too.
The only thank- I get for all my ser
viee is when I get ill to lose my job
end to have the walls of my room
pulled down over my head."
The old custodian was notified early
in the year that his term of oft'.ce
would .?.on end. The Mme rJ? -et foi
.lune 1. and a proposition was made
to allow him $60 per month for bo I 8
rent if he would get out of the Cit)
Hall by Apnl I. He overstayed his
leave, hut a? he wa- so ill the Horough
President allowed him to remain. Ten
da; ?go. however, he was told he
wc-'uld have to leave on the 25th.
TELLS HAPPINESS SECRET
Live Outdoors. Says Man Mar?
ried Sixty Years.
Sixi.) years of married 1 fe and never
a quarrel ?i the record of Mr, and Mr ,
.laines Da* ton, ol 5th -i . Bayside, who
yesterday celebrated the sixtieth anni?
versary of their wedmg. The ?rcret
of perfect matrimonial harmony is life
In the open air, according to Mr. Day
"I would advise every voung man to
t'M-rv voung arid then settle down .
mall fain.," he d S "id >' "Oui ?
itooi health?. ? i
have always been too happ) to quarrel.
Twelve Sink with Launch.
? ?*, I*, nn , i'il> :i l'h. I ,.u. a
launch, i* reporte? 'o have Mini, with
?welve pa.-sengei in Lake Brie late to?
night as the result of a eolli-ion with
Dual Monarchy's Ulti?
matum Sen: 'o Belgrade
Kxpircs at 6 P. AI.
CZAR ASKS DELAY;
VIENNA REFUSES ?T
Threat from St .Petersburg
to Take "Extreme Meas?
TO AID HER ALLY
Great Rritain and f ran??" Striv?
inji to Find Modus \ i.rndi
Mediation Idea Scouted.
Vienna. July 24?Baron Won Giesl
d; Gteslingen, the Austro-Hungarian
Minister at Belgrade, lias been in?
structed to leave Servia with th?
entire legation staft if by o o'clocic
on Saturday evening the Servian
government has not notified Ulli
that it agrees without delay to com?
ply with the demands of Austria'"*
All Austrian and Hungarian re?
servists living abroad irere e/arned
by the army authorities to-day to ' o
in readiness to join then regiment)
at twenty-four hours' notice.
I B* . *il It ??? r -
London. July 25. The possibility
of a general European war tran?
scends all other in ?resta in London
to-day. Home Rule itself lost tu t
place m the London papers this
morning, while the shadow ?if a gen?
eral conflagration hangs over affair-.
The situation is made immensely
more serious by the enuancc of
Russia and Germany into the Au ,
tro-Servian quarrel. Russia has ac?
tively intervened on behalf of her
prestige in the Balkans, dem-?ndir. ;
from Austria, first, an extension ot
the time limit indefinitely beyond "i
p. m. to-day. and, second, the sub?
mission of the dispute to the arbi-,
nation of the powers.
In 'lie even I of refusal R <
threaten! to take "extreme measurei ''
This brings Germany fully into the
field, as it would he her duty
the treaty of the Triple Alliance to re?
iche her armies immediately Austria
it attacked. Germany' position for
the moment is to endeavor to locali ?
hostilities, and in the meanwhile pre?
vent the other power* from intl
Hut the nur feeling in Germai
n'rotiR. For month* the country hu?
been educated by it most distin?
guished leader? to believe that an a' ?
tack from Russia imminent
officer*' of the German general staff
said yesterday, "We ?re ready," nr.il
added that in forty-eight hour. Ger?
many could mobili c 3,000,000 men
half on each frontier, c ? bi i ?
Austria, In reply to R ? ia, ai -
nouncc*. that she will not alio?
negotiations or barra min'.' foi si y ex?
tension of the 48-hour time lim I or
any mediation or intervention bj
With the discussion narrowed do*1?
to Austria and .Persia it i
felt in Europe that the term-, o
ultimatum are so drastic ai ! 0 bu
initiating that it is impossible for Sei
via to accept them. In that even I
Austrian Ministar to Belgrade an.I the
whole of the legation staff will ley,?*
Servian territory at ?i p. m. to-da? . and
ne to an official declaration
from Vienna, "the army will be called
upon to enforce the Austrian demanda."
Great Rritain hii-I France are :
both to persuad?* Servia te ?. ;el?J and
Austria to mit?gate the demand.
Everywhere la the Dual Moaai
the ultimatum to Servia ig welcomed
In Servia the Crown Prince, who ia
acting recent, is a mere tool in tho
hands of the militarist f
It was reporte,! in diplomatic circl'/JJ
in London last nicht that I I
government ?a-- preparing to i \
from Belgrade into the ? ?
irU kub, a Belgrade i e- ?
? from the fort** at Saulin ??. |
from tin* Austrian gunboats on tha
Danube. It is racognired thai il would
be impossible to hold Belgrade tw?
London, July 24 Montenegro
ndicajtad her readinc to apport
Servia in the event of an An
attack, and thii certainly would |
the whole of the Balk
A fact much'commented upon b
European newspapei that A
h osen h moment for the ?( uing
ol her ultimatum when President
romear? is ?il. ?-ui from Prance an.I
two of the Balkan premiers are abroad.
St Petersburg, July 24. Than waa
a four hour moating ol the Cabinet
to-da) t? consider the tu tro-Servian
tu .'ion. it is understood th..'
? ..f il Russia ??ill immediately
intervene in the cont
n- tu tria to prolong the period ?ha
hai ?iven Servia to reply to her ultl
n alum in ord r to give time lo Eut-?
pean diplomat ta act
Mi.* o'Ihim! \..'?? ? that I suld \m .
tria refUM *.. prolong the term o( ih.?
ultimatum Ru nia ma} take oxtrama
measures. It is convulcrcd here that