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TARS' AID FUND SPLIT WITH ACTORS Sluibcrt Makes \c\v Divi? sion of Benefit Profit on Vaterland. MANY "STARS" HELP PROGRAMME ON SHIP Sylvester Schaffcr Prove*. His W.irtli I \a Booth Toll*, of Si,000.000 ( ampaign. K ' ? ' Hamburg Ai ei Vat learned yesterttaj at ?h?- ?lo. k g of the ?? ai . : ' ' :i<? *!*' r ?g? c ' ?upporf the Liinia" Seamen'? Horn? . d. hi."/ an.I ha' ? .. nal lion ?and the Acton ? ' ?? - c . .1 o lirro the .'...or tr ? ? ? i. .: ?. he wen 1 ? ? <*?,",;? ...... t '?'? ?\\ ? . to the e ? ? c<"" ' ?? ? r tiicstr.cal prof? - - 0 ? i?!. 'oo. and some n ? I be ?r?.-i ?, i w ? ? ? ,. ? "? . " . ?he ? '? \ r M asitwa? - > ea .,-. ?? a? e\er pro ? . , | to ent erti loi... e was Sa R 1.?.: <i>.ti in r Bell? o? Ho id ??.?c* ' I pro?_i an me *?? Jack R ?. ?.'.] l!?rr\ .' fit.?. Signorita ? . the ? ? off P ?tere, Pratt k - an i S y 1 ve st e i affer. A! Jolson, of Winter t?arden n. clos? ' - ? ? i Vaterland wa? Commander >.- a Booth i.f the Salvation Army, re ternational con* - held Terr; ? ? .,- I . ? ... Misa Booth eraa ill ?v-hen the ?inn arrived in this : -s The Amor I on attracted a Bted the - ? , H erl d that i s short -. rai p.. ..- 01 SI.. the Kalliiipton l'oo?h ?lemon?! | School a* Chicago id be etarted Jacob iben \<a* jubilant are* the far; t ?,- o was on the first a p to croa i || ocean at which half the pro* ? .. eon cert rent to the I ' ? ' I and lio wat abroad sereral ??rel Shubert ?.nd I . ?t aid sou. Jacob, jr., end brought ? . ? to - oral pla\ - ter. tatet the actor, here under th< tbert marapemont to i ? the Forty-fourth >\:eo Hall i <-? ? month. Schaffei i>?. the most versatile entertainer on ? .ropean vaudeville ''?Re. He is .. violinist, wrestler, .?uppier. singer, acrobat, contortionist, mp Cinan. ai"ord?n-fi*?. h'.ruerna" and char actor. He is al>o on si ? ? ? C. Keith, president of ti i ?erne! ?*-.?? of Central Amer* resident of the ?'? t< I ? ? pony, returned after ? trip ? re| am ge foi ippl; ng thi ontinenl with banana?;. Whei the Vaterland was lying <?*T (Quarantine ? ??<?? board?ii by a ? to make the perilous ?tip ut. lb? l| "<|f r ' i OTO 'h. le . ? ? . ? ? - in many me thi She Draper, i I -. ot William N. ' hilds. commodore of ?he Indian Harbor Yacht ? loi ??en* down the bay to meet her mother ..rd bt ?' Other passenger! on the Vaterland Ibel? :. of the l'nion Boa1 ? iub crew that lost t ? llarva? i lb? T1 an es, J.. y 4: Mr. h . lacque* Bustanoby. Mr. ar.d Mi?. ? harl? B Dillingham, Peter ? .- Iloris ia'toti, Mrs. Al " i ? I ' anl Tinney. M r. . Ro? v Rainey. Willie Ritchie, Mr. "'?. Richard Croker, jr., and Mr I Mi ? ? I ' LEAP OFF STEAMER IN RIVER CRASH ? r.?"..?????? from r>ar? 1 ? ?:?. however, that hundreds of i hem refused ?<* eontinue their home ward ?r p by boat. They returned to Vewark by trolley and railroad lines. -, ? Ks .(...?i a- the;, :ea.-hcd the a- el them hurn?d away with* ? ?topping even to see the outcome ii?-ii? 1 he?r fact?? made it. ble to cheek no on the Ma* .. arngera and to find out ??ho - U 0|? ? ef ..?.own ti.? seow. which ? ,. :;?. belonging to the Fleming any, na.i only four peraoi o?ii] the ? apt a in and h - > < ar <>'?! ?on and th>- nihte. I i;o the ?? are unkaee t. '( he . ir-ctng to the bot tunat a'ter it had turned ipletri;. over and while lbs wai a 'team. It night ha e '. ? ? utr? that the captain' ?eife was abl? t?> keep her precarious then bet Irength ? led, ??tid .hr fell or i??- washed into the river. Patrick Ruddy, a lifeaaver, aw the accident ??'?I hastily set out in his, rov. ? -p?>! II?- had not row ? d far bef?te he . aw the body or a woman c up and d<.?wi with the ?\H-h ? ?> r in front of him. Ruddy r ? ? boat. She was ut ^ Stories by aul West Scwell Ford Eden Philipotts Hugh Pendexter and a sinking article l?y tlie famous aviator, Claude Grahame-White on "Flying the Atlan? tic," will appear in tlic Sunday Magazine of the New York Tribune Next Sunday ?V ?? i.? t -1 :: s? :i \n I ft. ? la hort. \- ,- . railed ft om 'no Re? reptil was hurried there, but aftet ' a* re - " i-- forci 'I ? o a.. Ibis woman is believed to be tht ' t o tha -..??hpat at-..I picked up a t ' cht IntS ':?-. lie .- ?va< -....- ? latei re? f.-sr,l to give l nam? ol '?' - man. Ht. was one ? thai bail n been un? ei f the ? ? I ? ? ! . Three Known 'l?> Be Mlsalng. seo* 'a ??:?? ? ate ?nd on s ? ' ' ?- water e turn? of them has lire-: beard from, and it is feared ? . ? ? m ro k truel ftin-R IUS hr for? I ater. There was .-? rumor late last .? I that the pi? ked un ?? a pass? , ? oi bi ? erij?ed. -. those on board nter? -,.?-.? ed by r? I ves of '1 he Trib '?;.-'. last night. ? I I., ona ? lughout ? . hoaid. Whi the >r ?ounding ? bloi wa i heard unknown. called out: ??'*.. God! we arc sinking." tip hi scores of ?? ',? e are k! We ??.re s-.n's .nj:'" lounded i ? irth of the 'team? i v ma . * ".-? the rail '-?r. the ?_? ? ? . Though th? ? ? ?,i-. ? ? ed the livi ? ? ? ? e-rtt of her ? i.-ir.;o ?nil pas?. i ihe East Rii er '.-.mi? ?. most ir effect uro-, tho^e on ho.-iK; ? learner, and did much to re? store them 1 to prevent ? r . t)?e river. Capti t efforts to p*f.p the ] e at the same 1 mc making ? z his ?> p promptly ' "<1 ur?. At -?-on ;? he i -v -.?us an? il sent every officer a th? duty, rlo? k hands, and ? irds through the crov ded deel ? out there was i ? ? ip was ?afe ?nd to keep quiet. In thi ? ? of ?he panic r.o heed . th?s? I -.<"'..- -- " ? ? i : Newark ? ? b ?'? ou? .. r m ? artered 1 outing at Twa Badl) Hurl in Jump. Of '.be 1 i it is esti ? . two were ao ser - ? ? the jump that ? the ambu? lane? g ption II It ere. They are A ? yeat - old, ; ry st.. Newark, ' . ? . ? il? twenty-nine j at 193 I ? them ' ? ?-- . . ned ankles A number of othi excursionist! n-rre m< re or 1 bi uised by 1! ? loar. ? ? these -?ere treated' by ti o ambulanee physiciai i ?tvl t! en home, ?--t;ir:> were ;?li> 'o hurry i. ?? ? thout tn atmenl i ? ?? ! lur? after * .- i row had dumped her csr^-o ?n?l iiat-sengers in the East River she was seen floating the river off Jirh : ?.. ??;?l bot? tom upward. At 10 o'clock la-t m<-ht ? ?, ? -.;-. -,??->??. '???o-.' ;. g her down streai _ king efforts tf' *?'. ? ? ? . ' ? .-.?1 not been 1er hour, and a rail for help was nenl t?> The navy ? -a ? ? go*- ernmenl I' ter the i ? nun? ? . pier ? ? ? Rivi l' -i... Thei. - ? ? nil ii ed up with 1 and ? ? ihe work ? Tie Stuten Island f-frrybaat Rich? mon?! struck a half sunken scow,which i beli? ?- ed to 1 th? me ->?? h ich the . out ? ?? hundred feet at 1 i Battei at 10 o'clock. at wa H"' damaged. BRYAN TO THE RESCUE Will Speak at Stamford to Boom Chautauqua. St am --i d, i nun., .1 ul .? '."'. V, g* Bryan, Secretary of State, ? the rescue of the chuu taufiu.? \ o ation, bi been holding ?? series of lectures ?nd enter ta in ment s her? this wi-ck. Becauaa of unf?voral?l<- weal er, * coursa has m.? been tuccei t'?l financially. In the liope of saving the loen) jjjsr H?tiir the management hat ..j a. ?.i M r. l?i, . 'i to ' ome h? re Sun? bj noon ?ml give a It-rUire atraaoi No ; ?11 bi chai ged, bul a co I? ??? !! !??? *,;.?.< n up. Hcffernan Goes to Sing Sing-. la i r Hi n .nvicted ? ? Qui i . ? ? coutrl oi ;<i ai ; ? old, m the Democratic Club at ? - i.* la * U< cei lin i. - - ? ? to i r? inj? .i ?i?ii f:.r -.ea:.--. Harry Si-;?n!?.r ' ed oi th? g?. but the ? t'hargi are i.? ndinf b ni Glynn I<...? \> ? ?, , ? .\ Matt he* J Smith failed to pro i ? ? ? eai e propt - ? Red OrOll Offers Its Aid. an Red Crass a \e terdi ? * r?te? vg and foi .. or relief in aithei g - ' *ril I., I . i, ? la? "ii II : ? - 'i oik Mat? Hoard ** 130 Ka ' .-'i ?I Ol .?' | IJ .'. ill BO TAMMANY LEFT A BIT OF A I Visit to White House I to Revea! Just "Wht It Is At." BUT WILSON GIVES ONE COMFORT GR Promises Nut to Figln No? tion of Any Democrat \V Mas Kept the Faith. rea w .1-1. ngton, July 29. Presiden! aon hs I? d dii ..-? m ? d 'i ant Dei ? .- ? -... House ; ..-.I?; "a ? ?? o -. ? ?:.- bunk" - f I i "brave lie ?Tammany and neai rant membei -. I raded b; Repreaent I iti geratd. left the ? h te 11 >u ??? i col ?-. or of ?- ague p on es and ... ferial I ? g . . ?, i, :, inge. Th? President, accord i guarde : whi ?por? <>'" li ?howed a determination to run ' '? h, ? .? and ' i.i ? with the hount pleasing not h ng .. i to co himself to no del ? propo tie cerning the "where an we at?" t\ ol the mal .. ? >? A' ? pol? iciana led ? ? him. The cont'orenee. from al' r.c?-o was a- amiable and refreshing a The Tami. ?? ed to pre ? ticise their de tors ,.?? ?i-e Dudley Field Malone ?' hile the Pre ment assured the del ?ion that ?he administration, a? - ?led nee- intend to fight the re-ele? of a?,y Democratic member of House who was ..bee;.ont *o tho r .late* of the Whit? House. 1 hen 0*. bodj talked of the glorious prospe? Kcneral auccc? in the approac rlcction?. < hrer?. the Faithful. The fear of Mr. Fitzgerald and ? .?t'-'cs that criticism of the ganization might result in the pet ment o? aome of ita members in lit i House was deprecated by the P ?dent, who discoursed entertainii on the achievement? ? : l is adn ini tion h? i.i a?-.-iir.?ii his callers that ??<' the Democratic faithful would rel their jobs because e>i the wave of i lie approval of the Wilson admini I tion which would aweep ?ne coui about election tune. rhe delegatscn perked up ?our enough to say that (?rla-.n f.-'ioiH1 liceholdera In New Y.>ik had boon ? iiiK mean thing? ?bout the organ i represented bj Tammany; ti.at '.??? 'inrk ?'i!> members felt thai ll had been placed in a h??d lieh*, and tl r m barra? ment? might ensue if thi attacks? from within were not stopp President Wilson aaaured the d?-:?', tion that the administration would i put <?ut a candidate against any nor. cmt who had stood bj the party i necessarily the President in hin to policy, etc. ;,nd ti.a' if an effort v 'iiiuio to s'art opposition with admin tint ion barking the President would * rise the baek'-r? of the opposition th they muM not. This v.as about I only tangible promise made by V Wilson, but th? Tammanyitea optimi tically construed it aa a prospect! -iap on the wrist for Dudley Fie Malone ar.'l his critical adherent?. In assuring Messrs. Fitzgerald at his colleagues that t'n? sdministrsti? ??a?? not out for the scalp t?t' any fait] ful ?Democrat the Presiden! .?aid tin this did not menu necessarily thai 1 could distribute ?patronage among a applicants. II? intimated, however, thi he would tell the official patronage dii tributeis not to go out of 'heir ?va to knife those furthest from the pi counter. The President -aid he woul make it plain that the administrate would nol ?take aides against any Dome cratic member of the House who want ed to return and who had kept th tiar',v faith. "We marched right up the hill am marched right down atraen." was the comme?!? of one Tammany member af ter the Wilson speech. SAFETY ON PENNSYLVANIE System Has Six Months' Rcc ord with No Loss of Life. In the six months between .lanu ary l and July 1 the lines of th?- Penn aylvania P.a.lroad system earned B7, 000,000 pa*fenger?, and not one of them ?c?' killed in a train accident. In 1919 the linen es?t of Pittsburgh car? ried lfifc/iiKi.ftiiO passengers and not one was killed in a train accident. This record of six months mean? the ?safe operation by day and by night, through fog, ?now, ?torm and clear weather, of f.so.ooo passenger trains, while at the same time approximately i.-' many more freight trains are being caied for. On the lines esst of Pittsburgh no t., engei has been killed in a tr,.m accident since 1912. During thm pe t i?id ti.f-se !;no= alone ha-, c ca? i ied more than 161,000,000 persona without the lo.-s of a single- life in a tra'n acci ejeiit. The Pennsylvania management re* gards every accident of any kind aa one too many. Every cfT.iit i, being ("'.'.finally directed to the end that the number of accidenta of all kinds may be reduced ami if possible pre \ented. GIVES TRUST BILLS SIX WEEKS MOI Wilson Tells Big Busiiu Delegation Aim Is lo End Suspicion. PRESIDENT INVITES VIEWS 01 VISITO) Hugh l lialmcrs I \prcsscs Ht <?f Improvement When Icyi* lation Is urn ol the Way. . -. vl'asl ? B-ton, .'il- ". President V to ? de'.r t .en h f business iicn repr? i it ing ni '.'- every RCCtion of the I nitcd .*:tl the propo ed nnti-trust legii I ?en t.. .... the chiel ibji I ?if ?I sc ?iion. He aid he hoped ?he legisla! be pa ied n> ?thin s-n The i.-i ?m -? delega ?-. m * he N'ationa d< \ ?ciai ion \\ holei alei -. Th? ? v ire nv ti d .1.' i :* ? pecific suggesl ?oni ? - ant i-trust bill; and were ? m ? eir i < commendal ?on i v ould ir ie con ??lerntion. The Presidents that ? propoi n\ bj ?>ti business men had been ron idered. Hugh < I. aulon anu ii er, :.'-?? il icu ?sed bu ? - . ith the Pi - derla red hal "tl en ? t no denyi ? ? hal im ?ne? i had I" en bad ' .?- ? ??> ? i.i il-.ieo month " i added thai he believed there .1,1 mi improvement after the trust leg ; ii t ion v?i out <> the way. mul that t granting of Increased freight rat ,- ould furthei impro? e busini thi oughout t'n<- com i ? ;?. 'Ihe President told the business m thai the ??l-jrc* ?if the anti-trust lee '.-, on * ;? "'?- ? lo ? ? . ' i a of - ' picion and recri nination by putting ? he h? - ? lut i he moi al Judgment ? In i ommunity hi d >?:il ought to ?her?." *'\\e I nve ha? t? n or ft fteei : ea ? - ? e.i ?les* agitation about business," sjr.i. "During thai length of time ? have read itorie? in the newspape and in the magazine? ?if th?* extrav gi ntly wrong ii that vi ere con mi. and in al ? * - of i Imo t ui 1 versal -i p.?uni lia-- hei-n created, ? , ? ? , ??? rame a but ine is mi in :i 1. v he had the uncomfortab g ? 'ello prnliab I looked ? ? not coming by h n.'ii.e-. in th? righl waj. "I think i am righl ;n saying th what the pif-senl administration In t?ie?l to iln In? lire.i In briliRaU thOI questions to ?- clearing house ami se tie up the bslanres <>f judgment. . . Wo ha I mone; conditions, banking em ditions, economic conditions, of whii ?! e country -a<<\. 'They are wronj Now we have undertaken to give remedy, ? <l until that v.as done l?u? t is could not settle down to anythin: he?:? e th? . ? itation was ;ure t<? con again." ? B - CANNON IN CONGRESS RACI Ex-Speaker Seeks Nominatio "to Tie Wilson's Hands." Dan lie 111., July 2?. Joseph < Cannon, ex-Speaker of the Nations Hiiuse. made formal announcement ti day of his candidacy f?r Represents t ? from tin- Eighteenth Illinois ?'on great l? trict. Ilia announeemen renda in part : "1 had not Bought the nominatio and so told the committee, hut afto consultation I agreed to become candidate, subject only to the primar; election to he held on ?he ?th ?';? of September. I, therefore, formal!; announce ?.iy candidacy. If nominate! I will make a vigorous campaign to my election. If another Republicai ?hull !)?? chosen I Kill malee a vigorooi campaign for his election. "In my judgment the tariff law no-.' on th.:' statute hooks, enacted by h .-.uh servienl Congresa ?t the dictation o> Pi ?dent W ilsim, i. responsible fot the present condition of the country which condition will not permanently improve until tv;c t;iri!r law is replacei by ?me m harmony with Republican policie i. "The Republican party has evei he-en, and ; ?" ?> progn ?va party, but it stands for progress ? condi? tions arise progress baaed on sanity, not on hysteria flavored nith dema? gog: . "We are trying Wilaon's Democratic policy. If you 'ike i*.. clioo-e a Henio cratic Houae in Kovember ne\t. If you don't like it. return a Republican House that, will tie the hands of the President ?n dirtating further destruc? tive legislation." FISH KILLED BY BLAST Health Officer Finds Ton and a Hall Dead in Pond. Highland Palla, July :".?. Dr. H l Kurt/, village health officer, upini in vesti^'atnip: ;i complaint to-<l?y, found a ton ami a hull of dead Ash ffoa'.nii, on tue water and lying on tin* shores ?if Popolopen !-on?i, near this village. It developed that mischievous anjr lers had sal off an overcharge of dy naniil?- late in the night and k.lled ail the fish in the pond, which was abund? antly stocked..tamea Thorpe, a camper, complained that the banks were t-tremi with dead fish. Workmen wcie ' .sent to bury the lish. TANGO TRUST HEAD WINKS 500% PROFIT A LITTLE HIGH Uriel Davis, Incubator of Maxixe Octopus. Shaves Down His Estimates in "lake It from Us" Letter. "Take il from us." writea I"riel l>? \. , of the i riel Davis Dancing Studios ".?i had to pa; ?.ety much more that ?l'?i for the incorporation of oui <?>n ?em m Delaware. You \\\\\ tinel a mill? ion dollar corporation will cost more tnan that." It WSS Mi. I'riel Davis who conceiveel the ?lance trust idea. It was Mr. I'riel I?avis who in his chat with a reporter for The Tribune talked so glowingly of .".on ?per cent profits. Hut Mr. Davis objects to seeing his remsxks given just the publicity they were afforded in yesterdi \ ' ? I ribune. He emphstically ?let,ies tha' the I'riel Davis Dancing Studios, ltie\, of? fer .'.'Hi per cent profit on investments in M ahares of stock in the company. V a reflection Of an entire night seems to ha--'? changed Mr. Davia'a idea- of the probable pronto on which the day before he had expatiated '..? .?? Tribune reporter, who, by the ?m, he ? J i ? J not know a- a .?porter at all. Mr. Dav: ,n bia letters ?ails atten* tio'i t?> the well known poatal la?* which makes illegal au oder through the ma I ' .mi p. i ? ent ? rofil ou a tock Inve ?tment. I riel Davil ha* anothfi obie. ton ?., . ?ba-c He epositieelj ?ieniea that any ?iaiuer wsa sent ?.. Bar Harbot at a salary of $15 a week, "??ui proies -<.!.?! dan et ?no paid higher sala? ri?'.-." he r;iy i. However, the dame tin * promoter said so much to the reporter in -?upport of his predirtion of .'.em per ?'eut profits that he may have forgo! tete tliat he made a statement re? gaining a mere matter ol detail I.kc that. Mr. Da is. however, a?tds ? ?- plat i.tioi, : "He might say. however, that quite often a dancer ??? ill perform for a sum? mer hotel for In room and board, and his compensation is secured by h- gi mg private dancing 1?- oni t?> patrons, ?nvariabl* i.e-'. bun a hari-iseimo return." Mr. Da via thinks the article in jres* terday'a Tribune may not have placed hi enterpri s in the un.-.t favorabl? light before the public. lie ffari, the talk of th? .'?HO pet cent pro) t.s may lead ome people to believe he i? o\er ipt ?mi -t ic. However, lei i* be .1: tinctly tinder -?....(I that no lit.rat ure bearing a United l iti t..up fro n 'he danee trust will ever offer jOO per cent profit?, even if Mr. Davis doei make gi.j* ng | predictions in the privac) ??f hi- oflice ?.. pre pecti ? purchasers of his itoch. THE PUBLIC APPKAISKR A famous -Nr w Yorker died lotting more !han $20,000,000. His name was a synonym for ail that was conserv?t ire and sucreuful. Ytt among his assets were thousands of shares of ?stock that the pub? lic appraiser declared to he worthless. It 7011 Invest In the Guar? anteed FirM Mortgage Cer tiffoates tint we sell rather than In stocks, the public appraiser will (Did t li?t each one of these certificate* la worth one hundred tents on the dollar. TiTlE guarantee AND TRUST C? Capital . . $ 5,000,000 Surplus (all canted) 11,000,000 ?7? 8'ivav. N. Y. 175 Pemsen s:.. R'klya. .'?fin Kulton St.. .lameifa. CARRANZA GIVES PROMISE OF PEACE Leader's Oily Insistence Is Unconditional Surrender by (.arbajal. Washington, July '^i'. Dure? ?rord from General Carranza snnouneing lliat "if ? arbajal offer?? to aurr? unconditionally I believe the presen nation in Mexico vill ?oon he satis? factorily lolved," came to*nighl to the Constitutionalist junta in Washington. Carranza's mei -.ice. dated a* Tarn pieo, directed Rafael Znbaran, head ???* ,;.'- agency, to deny any reports that I"- ? endeavoring to place dilReul tirs m tho \. ay of establiahing peace. Members <.r the Constitutionalist :"?'?.'. said the;' interpreted the 1 -. rnce to ''unconditional flirrender" ?1 ,?? reiteration of Carranza's inaistence that he would not recoguize the Cai ;.-.i;,i government a? legally estab ! ihed. They predicted that the que? tion of amnesty and ?ruarari'"es for the Federals would not be a stumbling block during forthcoming parle?, s over the transfer of government becauae. they -aid. p?opi? m the territorj onci controlled by Huerta uos placed con ..!.?.. in Carranza's sssurancea that i ?? would attempt ro wholesale re* prisais a h? n he entered Mexico City. Confirmation of reports that ? friendly understanding had been leached between the Constitutionalists and Za<pata*a force? vas received to* night by t'ne ?unta. It waa raid the outhcrn revolutionist would quit his activiti? - against several cities in the neighborhood of the capital and eo ? perate srith Cai ran;.a. Monterey, Mexico. July Si. General ? arran :;? arrived here to-day from lampico on his way lo Saltillo, ?chore - personally will conduct tiejjotiH liena with PeToviaienal President ?r?,r bajal's representatives for the transfer of the Me-clean gui eminent to the lon -? ? itionalist-. Army and Navy Orders ; Movements of Warships ' ' ?-.., rheTrl ? ? ?? < , w ?v.. .mi x-f"., .1, :- is. ARMY. .r.ll'llTH, lita Inf., I? r* i'ol n K HAT' II Ufa Inf to Co liarn?'. s. for lemi ... thence ?.. Arier War College SUJ I?. I RAK 111;. )i Adj. ?lei., from de? ll Ad ..-i' '.? I??-;-! : remain on pr^? ll !??? -ii til further or.;,-n. \ seoank i ; ???-. aeulied ta ?iftnal ? >.ri. i, in take r-ffect Aug. I. vice ? .- i: h UYER, eignal i-orp?, aaelsned llh ? '.i' . 10 '..;.-. ? :!? : An Following aetrfgnraenta or attachments of i .?- Infamo arm, recentlj promoted, aa ? 'l: H T PCHER, ?(th Inf . G A ??. ii:.si.i:. i.tii inf ; c, i: tv. MORSON, '?;i Inf : >*? i. REED, at-?, tied titii Inf.. ; F l'lt.w EL, i?t!i Inf . N M ?;rei;n, ' Inf.; .1. A. ?.!?>;>.*.', ;jd Inf.; ?'. P. I ..-I li.f ; I"lr?? 1 ;?? ? ? 1. V. ?? ins, Jr e.l?. lief : ,f. A EARLV !0tti U. Taylor, 4th Inf.; A 11. ERCX. .'??'i Inf.- I P. Ja Ob*. ?Jifa Inf. ; V . .-' ??REACKAX. ...i Inf ? I. rnocKKTT, Inf. ; O ? DICKINSON, :: I inf . i? If. si.Al?.Ill lilt. ;?? , Inf ; II ? miiii.i;nbkr?? um ?i-pi*.. i P. ? i HI'.' . lb . ' .' i. ? HANKT, Jib Inf W i FIT/M.U'RICE, inth Inf.; ?' ?' OAKEfl. ??Ii Inf. Ii'si l.t-i-s i i: M'DONALD am N. J. WILEY, detach? I ttfa Inf Flrn i leut. a a F TRt'MBO, .:?h ? a? ?o l-'l I?.>'..i,-i- f..~ temporary diitv, ?hen. ?. to Ft. Mrliofol! i Ii ? Ueui i: M BARTON, 5th Ce* . <?.?? tail? i ?? :'h Vellotmtona National Tar.; Se? to Ft i eUewateoe. Ii?*. Meute, i: J. ATKIHHON ?n'l K. 3. A. l'iH'.lllir.TV. an-l Beoond Lieut. H \V. PI "I.NAM. Corpi of l.n;; , ?o *A.shlnztnn Barracka, for examination for ?.roiiiotion roll??? Ir.p tr. on'l llo-jtenanti from *t-:<l?jn ni?.? rrRlment? Indlont?.; ; l> ?-i HEERE, Id Fteie Art : If v. MINER. ?'.'h Field Art.; C. B. THL'MMEL, 6th i . Id An I'. .I.?.-- >. is <.s.or..J Meats., Point Art. from ? ..iiirt? indicated to ?ai.? effect s?pt. II, . '.?i.l r-i..,ri to commanding ..frier? of ?i ?? defence? designate.! f... ..- ? F ?. i)N ILEIIARI l?ssth ? o . Houtbern N v. w v. crtifHORNE cih Co., ;*>< - ? . ? s M PRAM K ill h (*.., --. il N V .-? ,1. IIKII'NKR, .<?'!? - - Han r ..ii..-- ... .? i' n ?m:-i. .'.?i . ?., M.i I'?.-. Il ? M. M IsIMMI.I. Jr. ;id ' ? ? ?.. .. \ K. l'I u.M-?i.i. r. .ti. ? ?? . San ' Iran, .. Il M l'BKK IXjl, 1 -.11. I.?8 ? .a\- um IV. ? 1' ?? ?. ?'. It h . ? . Ho t? - ?-? .lll'l'IN. .' ? e '?(... i. I -.- i- .. ?'. K DIVAI-U *l?S Ce., Charlettan; ' B ?iii.i.K-i'iii. Ii ?? i ? t., tl -- C5ai?a : . . .1 i??? iHBV, ."-stli <?<?. t'ertlai ?1 l i - .? r. 1. KILHL'RN, c_a?t Art. :, ? i ? ? fOth ? o . r. ron to con - le.ai. lu.e Pllir-r, . o.-..? rl?f ! ^ < ' t ' Lea? ? of atmen ? . Ucut. >'?-:. u ? FISH* M< . ? ??'? ? ?ma n one? fretji A?,g. ?o. ?'..i .?." K WOOD, Le l'i-l'l Art., fi? P.niith. I-: !jr ?.- i. ?1 f .-' RIV?N, ? te.-' i-lxiia! o;i, . ,-. on? .,- itr. fio:., A :g. ru?? i., m. <i. ll "?.?s-. 1 leid Ar? . r - .re.ituit offi ??! fieen m?.? ? fro:.i \.,_. \o l'api W. O sii.i. ; ? . have to O? . : Kin I-oui .1 K i ???.' SOS, Cm inf . ??O.e. ?xa vT. i n r . HA? r, t.. M >si ? .; !. ii ij inlor fra-ei J. ?'. I. tTHA "i ? ..??,.. ? ademj pra- ?k-o nq'-w-Jion. . and v alt ordere l.i-.. . ii.r ir..?)?-. W. l.K R IinlERO, -... na - '-ar.! ?Itarleaton. j... i? .Junior Etadei K H roNAVlN. d? '.m ommand ".'??. ?o Naval aeadeny, i ?V 11. CHEADI.E, ?>i* ii?d na-.a! h ?g autleo, N? ton: to Petrel. Un? ij i.A* i-, rt-"- ? to ten?] . .,; tralnlna ?.?i-?,??'. Ntm-por? . i ? WHITEHIDeB, detaeehed Petrel ??. i i. ii wi:v::i:r i. ?i : .-.? ?; r? ?ivir. . ' . -, Il .1 ? o? K. HOT r ll..ai?'.v un D ? ? i. i m. a. E, RICE h o M*, h ?Y IlOLTON, Oeia :h u latahe; ?o Illl r-.i!? Vi - - .r*. ?;. ? IMIO^pT i. ie i il ii" pi? a t. t .-i^.. k ?VI: N, <i lach a li and alt ?.??:-. :rz v i' '.' \T? ?? ?'? Bureau rf ?1 Kurse . ?. . Depart F. v.. ?? iDLAND, ?' ava ? . , ??! - .', ?, U. iiARI i? ?aval hoapttal - I r. II. IIAIOLER, t? Dti - ?- . ra 11 ?.' BLAISUELI.. de I , ... . .. N? ? TorU. M< ?' EMENTS. ARRIA I.,-. ,t . '.'. Rhod .-? . . - ?'- 'ax J .* l'nca at Newport; O-4 at > i .- . MefMufkl, M? ?*' . Pei - . se? nt ' ? and n <ikfr. ?i . . mi'e ?Sa; v;m:i.. ? -. N T e ? pc t; ' ' ' ? i M l>ous?e. I ,??-,. ' . . ...... ? ? i . . K-? for Bu - |U i M : iota, Gra i . .... r."? AGREE TO CHANG COMMISSION BII Democrats Will LetCQii Determi. c "Unfair Competition." TO TAKE POWER FROM "RADE BOI Senate Expected t<> Appn Amendment to I hat Int Offered by Po?ere?e. 11 ?. ? Washington, Jul < "" 1 the criticl ?m of Republicai und tu diasati ?faction amoi g '?'? pai . olleagu? , the ? mo? ratic m bars of 'he Interstate Commer? ? mitte* decided to night to modify t non 6 of the pending 1 rad? ? omn ?ion bill. 1 he amendmen! drafted Senatoi I' ?mi rene, licl take ; Ihr i ;.| deci .m ;. ? to ?? hat ? "unfair comnetii on" out of the ha i. the prop? - i ' ' -'r' "" :""' ' ' i in the courl . probably will be proved bj the :.ati. Mo ' ol Dem aera th member?? and several publicans favor 'I"- modification. The Pomerene amendmenl pro? i ? ?,..? .-.- ,, no ? i?in again M ? h the commission hi - din -?',,'l an or tr. deal it from unfa'r methods ol ct petition m <? ? a il I daj . .- ; bill mi i-?u*? in the Di ?*' let ' o of ?he i ni ted States ?thin any tl trie! where the said coi |>oral ?o i '? it? domicile oi chi? or bran? h ofll oi where any of the act?, romnlaii of were committed, together with certified tram ? ript of ?lie i oui ?n the proceedings, inclu?iing ? i the testimony taken in ihe proce< ingfl ar?l th? report and order of t commission, to enjoin, set a de, s annul or suspend any order of si commission. * Upon the filing of si d hill in equ ?ii-l transcript of rhe record as afo said, the court i hall ha? e Juri 'dicti of the proceeding and of the lermined therei i. and notice of the ?ng of the said bill in equity ihall served upon the commission. >? cause ?hall he tried upon the pie} inga and the tranacripl thua filed, i lesi the court shall be satisfied up ?ne application of eithei the rarpoi tion or the commission that ?here 6thel rna'er-a| and competent ? ? ??ie ? |? i ?.i adjust determination the complaint," LARGER REVENUES FOR THE B. R. 1 But Net Gain Was Reduced t an Increase of $1,161,006 in Operating Costs. The report of the Brooklyn F'a.n Transii Company for the year end June :;??, 1914, which was mad-- p i. i ? yesterday, showed gross earning fro operations amounting to $26.5?8,-49, i increase of $1,405,961 over tl"" pre ,o year. Xet earnings were 111,563,697, gain of only *'_M 1.86 t, ?;-.?. ?i . , . r.ro-s being offset largely by operatii expei i1'-. which increased $1.181,01 irplus for the year, after payii $0*? '.?-'-i ?nteresl on refunding bon? v hich have now l?e?-n converted in ?to? k, ?ras >:..M.. 704. With this interest saved, 'n" repo said, the surplus earning would r???' been equivalent t > 7.87 pi r cent on I stack, if ?he issued stock on July lifter conversion, namely R74.5-0,i*X! had been outstanding <!ur?i-u: the yes In 1913, the eompany earned 9.18 pi cent on $49.078,(rlW itock. \^ hown in the laal annual rejioi $4,177,000 of the refunding boi be-'ii converted into stock prior to .Im .'?0, 1913. The eonvei tion privilege c pired or. July I, 1914, and the toti ??olid-' converted then was $29,619.00 leaving oui ti iding in ti.i hand? of tr public $3,4W,000, and owned by tl companies of the system $18,714,000. 1 addition to the conversion of boi d? d . ing the year, the report said, the tir..-i? cial results were >?l o affected by th inclusion of the statistic* of operatio of the Conej Island ? Brooklyn Ri road < 'ompany foi the h I six month the surplus a', the ?un?' of acquisitio being $506,625, wh eh ? ras included i the parent company's income. "In (ommon ?'??'n th? experience ? other public ser*.-ice corporations," th leport added, "higher wages and -r creased eaat of materials are reflecte in tin? operating expensea. Of tl tots increase for the year, l?>?0,09." ia i trainmen's wage and evf>en?e ?iireetl I connected with c.?r ?ipcration, and $457 .100 in maintenance. I?a?nai;es show decrease of :??M.L.,(,?, in cp;*e of lu-avie I tr?tale." i?n June 9, 19in, the date of closin; the book.s for the dividend, payabi July 1 of tha' year, the number o Brooklyn Rapid Transit stockholder Was 1,709, On the fame da'e of 191 there were <v!19, an Increase of l'.iSIO or over 7(1 per cent, accounted for be cause of the conversion of the bond: into stock and a wider distribution o the company'?? shares. VOTE TO RESTORE GIBBONS AND HILL House Naval Affairs Committee Against Methods of "Pluck ing Board." T-.-..H. ii - n ?? m? Bu -.. . Waahington. July 29. A sub-corn? n ttee of the House Naval Affair ? om niitte?. vot-ii to-day '" report bill? re? storing to the active lisl Captaina Jo i H. Gibbons and Prank H. Hill, reccntl; retired by the navy "Plucking Board.'" The action of the sub-committee seek? to override the "Plucking Bo ?id," and it is probable that bills will bo reported to reatan other officer, arbitrarily i? tired by the "Plucking Board." Sen? un?? r.t. In the bouse committee is against the "Plucking Roard" a?. I i mcthodi Although Rear Admiral \ tin M. Knight, the chairman of tne b< ard. ?pent t..o days before the com? mittee explaining its mi hod?, ?us ex? planation ? did not ut. Admiral Knurht -aid' that ? aptain Gibbons had been retired because he lad ha.i little -eH duty, Ii-? explained tnat Captain Hill ??.. retired becau - of alle-ed "temperamental unrltness,' while admitting that he was a capa sud efficient officer ? fhr u nlt rccor<j ????a . ?--.'i".'-! ned. DISLIKES SELF ON FILM Tha Thomas V ?dison < ompany, Inc., ' nu ?? ? for moving pictures. J ?'?? :ra :'- tl ?? defendant in a suit broug ? ; ? t? rdaj . ? the Pederal D tr a I ourt b) Delta E. l'ont,oliv, au (\hibit..r ,.? trained cats She want; i.'.ooo damages because, she .?? . exposed to "obloquy, ridicula and irieana of an unuu ? d picture. nil ii the plaintirT ' ? of her m Madi on Square Garden ?iiile s|ir ?? ?,, exhib '.ne her pal rhe Rim, hi ?.. es, was ?ho? n all j over ?he country under 'he capl - "The I.Worth of < ata." | ?Ess* - -t \K^k-''-ltJS^\^^^^ ? ''^^ai A brand new kind of a highball: Peach syrup mixed with cool bubbling Clysmic. it's the best yet. "King of Table Waters" TO END NAVY SINECURES Daniels Submits Bill to Reduce Officers' Retired Pay. ??v., na v o , '" part -? I < onjii . ? h h? ?th. nate and I (??i-ir ? ? ? . The '..;. - - lu., h" than ten hall n ;.i tive pay, bi da ' ' ;i '-? iv? d i than ti (went*, ; < ar on? I alf pa; . fourth h- would be alio' ? A o\ ;.. ;,! ,i ah ' r-crotai Da i lo .i..-. ? U ' ?ill cers with coi little er , .. | . ul disability ol m ith nie rial ui ? . ;- id thai a gn at major it) - *H ,e ' . ? . in!' in ? I lif? without h AMERTCAN OPERA WINS $1,500 PRIZE Gabriel I Hines Victor in Cnn tcsi with ' \ oyage of the Pilgrims." Uabi ' [lines, of ? ty, ha just be? j !? ol $1,500 offei .1 bj th? ? ctoi i of the Panama P? * ? * ? n for the belt American opera. ?re i*?-' con? testant . Mr. Hi?es' i pei.? called "The Voyagi ol the Pilgrims" and it a?-?.- ? th?' vr tward ?oui:?- of rational do velopn ' ? I '?- : the landing ot" the Pil? grims in l''-''i tu the time of the San Francisco Kxpo3?tion. 'Im* opera avili he produced during the exposition of 1915, and Mr. Hinca \?i!I bo conductor, Mr. Urn Is twenty-six year* old. He v ;? bo ? :.i New York City of Ki lian German parentage. II" re? el red eal education in 'V city, i- . ej. ?i ? ? mo rh? spent in Berlin. lie ia head of he m i ic depai lm< - * of the Boy??' Preparatory School, of Sv arthmore, P aln ady in? vc ?ed i ea ! ? il ate. Altho .,.*cign par? ii'aj-e, Ur. Hines ?.. thoroughly ?.merican. II ? be? lieve?, i. opera n Kngli h and in ,:<? veloping i.. ?> u tic. 11?- ;.. , r write.? "andante," bul ises tin- Sng? lish word ' "I ?anI in .??! -j \.-, . t0 -tudj .,- home," he ?ai< 1 yes terdi ??. ' i. ?'. ;. ??., ? . , , , teach? ers they ran find thi i ! . ? York < ity. W hj ihould American itudenta endaiifi going -.? Kurope far whs m obtain ;?? home? ? koae o broad any length ?? ""??' - mi ? ire sj mpathy with Ami ru ??i -.;. Claude Grahamr-White, ihe famous aviator, writes about "Flying ?he \t lantic" in ihe net) Surta? Magaila? <?l Ihe 'I ribune. WARBURG AGREES TO MEET SENATE Telegraphs President of I (is Satisfactory Talk with Hitchcock. W'ashii gton. Jo . ??' P" *: ':?WH.r . ?? fork, v me to ?'? a-n ,,,._-,, . and ubmit ro an examination by c Banking i l ? ' ?msaittee ? . for niomber im on the Roar !? ' ' believed iatien o II be eon ?.- h.j appearaiwa Hie commit! Yhe !? . d? ' i"?" ' ei s I'l-zrnm from Mr. Warburg I da ? r?g be to submit quizzing by th? S? ?.nttec. Subsequently Mr. Warburg and the ? lent, Joseph I the matter over the iring that ? -. witk ? ? Mr. Warburg iphed to a a com* tating that app? arar.ee could be airrai ?ged. S.0 ? r. aid to-nig il at aet a date for the te? to meet, Lit that '? e ?vould , ,. . .,.,n a ? he learn? ?I definitely ivhen Mr. Warburg vould cone to Wm.-?ih i-ton. No late 1 Mr. War ire the committee ? on. Warburg will ,.? Ii er a perfu I < aminntioi mittee ., to ei.i barra ' ? ?' ? . n this ???.,! com "??'. " " the firm of Kuhn, Loeb & Co., of New York, and his foreign financial relations. The President to-da) had ot decided wlieiin to appoint to the \a?-? < 1?;.- the withdrawal of the nomination of Thomas D. Jonej, of Chicago. Paul M. Warbarg, at the oft.ee? of Kuhn, Loeb ?? ? ? . et t le news di-|>a*eh iron: Washington ?shioii stated that he would appear before 1 nate Kat k ing and ? urrenc] i s i ttee t'or ex? amination s to for mem* . on the Federal Reserve Board. preva ed in the t'n.a". cial district, however, that 'ho re ei e ?rstei , a .? I, obtain ?no -rr vices of the eminent banker. It was learned that the negot il o? i between Mr. Warburg ??rel the unmit tee '?> have him appear have rr-.iltcd in a mutual); i ?:?;.- agreement, ENGINEER CRAWLS MILE TO CALL AID Scalded ?as locomotive Jumps Track. Kills Fireman and Burns I layman. D ?. ' . ., . . ? One killed si '1 :- ?? -? r out I) injured ;. locomotive on the? Central New ICngli 'i'J Railroad was wreck.?.) to day ??' Holmes, N. V., twenty-five mi!?.-: are I of Danbury. Joseph Remington, a firtaean, ?a^ pinned against the heiler of the loco motive and ncalilr,! and burned to death, while two companions, who nat rowly escaped a similar fate, were an? ebl? to save him because o' their own ii.nines. Rome Wkitaon, an engineer, a! though badl) scalded, made? his ?way to Holmes Station, a milo away, by *l ternately walking and crawling, g aummo.I assi * inee. W ? -, ? Frank Cowles, a flagman, who .s.? badly i urt, were taken to a hospital ??? 1 , N. V. Both are expected tu le-.-o' 61 rhe engine ?was running back waul through a iwck cut ?-hen ii jumped the track and jammed up acan ? | rocky lido of the ??eiilc. I' we | bound track was torn up for abo?.' ? hundred f. Remington v a twent; i en --eat old. He is .?a i el to lea\c a wife ?it Shoola, Penn, Max Stern Gets 5 Year Term. Was S ern, president of the Reliable Brokerage Company, was sent to the Atlanta penitential for i?-.? jear? b) Judge G ubb in the federal court >c tc-rda) for using the mails to promote gcd fraudulent real c t?te be nogs. Barney /.inn, Stern's partner, recent!; got .? two-year sentence. I ? motion of ?ievri;?- ??onion Rattle both mea were ?released in f 10,000 and <|l (X I .bail. reapo?etive!y, pending appeal. I. Alimatt & da Women's Low Shoes, Pump.- and Colon?al T?es heretofore marked &t $7.00, $8.C0 and $9.00 r"r pair, are being offered at decided price concessions. (Department on the Second Floor) ?Fifty Awuur, IM?i otto 35tii Sttttts, Um ?Juri.