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TO HEW AMMON Gives Progressive Confer? ence Substitute for Ar? mageddon Cry. ROOSEVELT URGES FUSION ON H1NMAN Sulrer Men Cast losing Vote, with Amos Pinchot to Quiz T. R.'s Candidate. ROOSEVELT READY TO HEW 1914 AMMON I *i?h !?> smite Ihr ftirmy. I wish to strike ?ith Ihr ?word of the Lord and of <.id?*on. 1 ?ish lo he? ?\mmon hip and thigh. I ?ant to d<> something rffrctiv?. ??.nir thlng that ihr enemy will feel. I am not anxious lo save our OOuls by passing nice little resolu? tion* and by taking somr action wbleh ?ill leave vis performing in reeoo. ?hllr thr bosses and their agents praise us for bring con? sistent and running a straight ticket This new declaration, ?h;ch seems destined to take the place of ?olonel ! Roosev?'?'? famous Armageddon cry, wat ottered by him yesterday in jus- j Dfying before? the statewide confer- ', ene.t of Pen h- the Hotel As- ! tor his stand that Harvey D. Hiriman, _;h a Republican, should he the party's ca*\didate for Gov- ' fall. There --vas much opposition from hundred men who at? ended the conference to the sugges ?lor thai th? party abandon the id?-* a btraight t ?i-ket. How* ever, thr artram? nl ol the ?'olonel made ? a considerable impression and the ai- ; ?frap'? of several opponents of Hin? man to air their views fell rath ? The only definite aciion of the con- ; forence was thr ?ion 'or the appointment of a commu? er .1er and re? ? commendations com? the platform and policy of tho Pi ?ppronchiii^ ?anipiif:- " ? ? a future meeting of the | ?t?te coran ttee. This will be held1 aftc' tl-e Republicans and Democrats I avc taken their stand at their Sara- j ?oca ; Tl speciflcallj d to confer with representations seeking to bring ??bou- ? selection of well qualified cand'dates for delegate?- to the consti .! convention and to recommend lo l" tat? > minees for -he lifteei <??..'? at-large to this ?'without referei ? affil'i: Pinchot's Effort Sidetracked. 'I h real line-up of the ?lay ' "lution of Amo peech agai' r any other candidate j the election of I ??ns lo submit publicly to Hin? man action looking to the in ?e.aii be taken un ni h 'nade.'' " ,. rollcall of the committee on the ? was referred by a, ! to ? to the committee of ?.-one, which, it ?va? asserted, ?-as veil hble !o handle all ?gestions on the WOO votrrl w i \ l: Mr Pinchot ?ere Ellas Marks arid .Ian ? ?-kr. of K d Dr. Ar;l ?.. K ,muele?, l The two latter were ol V? illiam Sue ? ;n on proxies. Samuels kicked up a row ir an attempt to get the conference ulzer to speak before it. He fail??-!, however, and his efforts were and "boos" for his canri ???.tiimittee of twenty o.e. which will be in effect u steering ?bod) for the orgBtii/.stion, is composed of William t? ? ick M D?'enport, o' (?neida; IS. uffolk; Francis W. Hird. of New York; Rainbndgc Colby, ? Hugh Abbott, of St. Lawrence; 11 am 1. Ran-om, of New -.-.v.-tof?, of ?hautauqua; Howard .! Kirliardson. of Lewi?; will 1BH) M. Oiadbourne. of New Vo-k ; Hoi ac? S. Wilkinson, of Onondaiza; ,1. .1. ler-c, of New >ork; t'liauricey J. Mir ? of F rie; W ?', t r >? K John ?f ? -. rr\ Rcvendgc C. l'nrlop. of ?nd: Hamilton ! I l'nt nari; Robert H. Elder, of Kings; Ar? thur ?sthbun, of Monroe, August l". Schwej,. -1(??. o* The Bronx, and .lohn R. Taylor, of Kings. Theodore Douglas Rob>-on, chairman of ?he State ( om e, is an ex-ofticio membei. < heers i'.reet Colonel. The Colonel made his entrance at 3 o'clock and was cheered for fifty sec? onds. He npoke slowly, reading what he had to say. He declared that ho egevc hi? views gladly as to what Follow The Steps?mW in thr World's Great? est W?r by means of The Tribune's Two- Page WAR | MAP' | IN Next Sunday'.* TRIBUN H Forts, Railway Unes and ?Strategical l'oints shown. I.11 e s h i g u r r s on War Armies. should be done in the present situa tion. herause he believed in the ideal I ivn of the members of the party He said the duty of (he party vva- to ren? der ?rnei-r, ,cnl UlB getting of office was inetrlj an meiden-. Ooeosionf , arose, bt declared, when it ?as their dutv ? i onion platform ?ifh others whose \... a.iv .-wired a? :hrir o-.v n. All talk again--' an abstract prop? ? ? mark, nf it dependi-d upon whom the fusion w?s with and ?rhal were it? ??bjecl unk of ??'.I pari . might be tne highest ble duty. He eoatinaed: I firmly believe that when a man Mr. Hinman. who wai Mr. Hughe*'- righthond man, who stands f..r BggroeB??ro honesty and who is openly against Mr. Harnes, no le?s than against Mr, Man the whole lrni of l.i partisan l.o-s rule m this I to,will erase the callanl light he ng ere should neartily sup? port him. We should ask nothing of such a man except that on the immediate and vita! BOB ami honest government, ?ini on the overthrow of both bosses and both machines and of the govrr-imental corruption that has foil.,wed ihe dominance of those machinai in oar state poli* he shall rcpr-sent nur ideals. We can .iem with him. all like him, in good faith to make an ef? fective campaign against the invis government, against the rule Of the state by two mnehines ondoi ? ? leadership (.f men whose activi? ties we regeOrd as pernicious to de? cency and clcanlinos- in public life; two machine? which work together against the in?. e people, under a system which inevitably produces corruption in public af faiis. I believe our platform should be short ?nd simple, embodying juct the principles for which at this crisis in this state we stand; the principles wh'ch arc vital in this particular contest. The vital piece of legislation most r.eeiied at pres? ent is an honest primary law, so framed that the boss and his agents do not control the appoint? ment of the primary election offi? cers. The boss cares icss for the "s than he does for the con? tributions from wealthy inc:; who dOBlre favor or immunity: and the control of the primaries i? vital to him. In the rtimary law the elec? tion officers should he chosen in some such way as m New Jersey, by the Civil Service Commission and the judges. l'a?ors Eusion for Heads. It was indicated that tfie Colonel might favor fusion on the candidate for the (Jotted States Senate and not on other offices when he said, referring to the municipal elections: "Last year there was no insistence on fusion below thr men at the head of the ticket. The local contests were left. to take care of themselves. I should ?uppose that the same course would be followed this fear." ? a oology of the Progressives in the Legislature the Colonel declared: "I have confidence not only in your integrity ar.d youi coinage, but also in your wisdom Mid judgment. What? ever you wish !o do and whatever course you decide on loyally will be 'lee bet. 1 will back and support to the bast of my ability." \i?er the Colonel's speech, Henry Burger, of Kings, offered a resolution for a straight ticket, but it wa? smothered and referred to the com? mittee of twenty-one. SUPER'S FRIENDS ANGRY AT MOOSE Will Make Another Effort to Have Him Heard at Conference. I'riends of ex-C<>vernor Sulrer were ai.grv at the action of the conference of the New York ?State Progressiver in tabling a resolution inviting him to *peak. ThOJ were of the opinion that his announcement as a candidate in tho Progressive primaries and hi? state? ment that he liad 7,000 Signatar enrolled ProgreoatVes to Ins petition placing hi? name in the primaries en? titled him to be hear?!. t Prograaatvo friend? of Sulr.er held two eonferencei ?ritt him at his oo-.ce. 116 Broadway, jreeterdor, t?> dr ; termine ihe he t peana of bringing hi in before the c,inference at the SolaOT, who irpards himself as the "only simon-pure Progresivo" in the for the Governorship, was for going into the conference and asking the floor. He wa? told that ?he i vnv would be to have a resolu? tion iotrodoced at the conference, in? viting hint and Harvey I >. Hinman to adr?is the body To tail he submitted. The former (?overnor would not di - ' cuss the action of the confi-feiic ter.lay. hu* promised to have something "very inter?, ting to say" to-day. He will devote all the rest of the time between now and the primaries in campaigning throughout the state. , He has jut returned from a tour of the Western tur counties, where be i addreseed, he estimateil, 7.r?,0"0 people \ in the nine days he was away. He made twenty seven speeches in , all, and will start on another tour Fri? day. This time he will go to the cen? tral an,', northwestern counties of the --fate, and, on returning, speak in the s'.n'hwcstern counties. ARMY HORSES IN FIRE Second Blaze in Four Days Threatens West Point Stables. Highlan.l Falls, N. Y., Aug. 6. H 01*808 and mules ?ere routed out of the artillery detachment's stables on the grounds of the Military Academy, ai West Ponit, to-day. when a second UN broke out there. Corporal Procto? discovered the flames and fired three shots to give the alarm. The same stable was gutted four days ago. I he soldiers responding formed a bucket brigade an?! extinguished the blaze, which was working toward the stalls. Horses and mules were led out through the smoke. A cigarette is be? lieved to have started the tire. AUSTRIAN CASHIER HELD Man Accused of Being De? faulter and Fleeing Justice. Maurice Ma?dl. formerly an a?si*tant cashier in the Anglo-Austrian Hank at ... now '.icing at the Proadway (entrai Hotel, 0*08 arra?rm?il in ?i-e Tomba Poli?ce ?Court ?roaterda*/. I hav ing rle 1 from his home city, where bt it ?footed <?n id larceny aid foigery. ? -trate ( irneP held him without ?;il for examination Wc.lt. ? doy. I'?' i-ld under 11,600 bail for his ..anco in Gaaeral Sessions >ri the ? of currying ? loaded revolver. ? m ? . Blast Opens Cascade Tunnel. Seattle, Aug. .V Tile $J,"0(1,11111) ?'hi & Si. Paul tunnel which nu fool long, a id which will re? duce the altitude of the crossing M'.i was broken through by a blast ? ?ey a-i'l ?n? n from Ka.-t and West through the jjap. The . ; Well ?ave four mile- aii'l will th?? enormous snowfall of the summit. CROWDS WATCHING TRIBUNES WAR BULLETINS. TRADE COMMISSION MEASURE PASSES First of Wilson's Three Anti-Trust Bills Wins in Senate by 53 to 16. I fron Th? ' bun? Bum W" hington. Aue. b\ Ry a "?ote of 51 to 1?*. the Sonate passed to-day the Trade Commission bill, the tirst of the three measures comprising the President's anti-trust programme. Twelve Republicans, of more or lest*. Progressive tendencies, voted with the Democrats, and two Democrats, Sen? ators Thomas and West, voted with the minority. By a majority of similar proportions the Senat? rejected all amendments ???th the exception of <mc offered by Senator Saulsliuiy. \?iin-h required all corporations eapittUiaed at more than $.1,000,000 to maintain agents at Wash? ington upon whom process might be served. An amendment offered by Senator HeCnnbor to define unfair competi? tion iva? rejected by a vote of i?; to 4b. An amendment propoaed by Scn B'.or I.ippit authorizing the pro] Trade lummission to issue certificatea! of legality to minor combinations of ? corporations which might enable them to compete with their larger - was rejected, M in 47. Senator I amendment defining unfair competi? tion received the largest vote of any offered for that ; bol was de- ', feateii, 29 to S3? ?her ersaond? I ment, providing for a brood court re? \ic\\ of ?he ordei Ot the conini wa asa n defeated, yfl to ? At tlie opening Of the debate to day Senator Bmndegec presented a petition ?lgneii b| W A. Marble, ? i dent ?if the Merchant ' \ lion of New York, asking that OBti-truel legis \ lation be poetpono?! When the la.'-l loll on the Trade Coaaniaaion bill irni called the Senate took up for consideration th? I lajrton antitrust bill, the seeorrd of th asinial rat -mi meaaare Thii ??ill he kept before the Senate until : passed. FIREBUG USES BABY CARTS Perambulators Found to be Centres of Two Blazes. Baby Carriage were use.I by incetfl 1 diariea ye iterday morning to three lires in the tive-story apartment houses at 644 and 584 Colombo? av. I Al the former honae the lire gained Itonaiderable headway before II ??? discovered. 'I hi mated -.; HrOOO. l.i each rase the baby carriage? were found to be the centres of the bla/.e. The Fire Department is investigating. WAR BEATS BASEBALL Tribune Bulletins, Fresh froi Conflict, Draw Crowds. M rribane'a bulletin b?'ard was g point for downtown erowi all day yesterday. At many times du ing the afternoon war rev.- literal! routed baseball a? an attraction, an the promptness of the new Tribut aerrice more than hail it*" reward i the breathlea? attention given th? dii Prom now on the old ?yatcm of houi ly or half hourly bulletin? aril! be dii Kadi cable message as it ai nvf in the Tribune office from co reapondenta in London, Par! fieri nna will be sent direct to th bulletin board. Thus downtown Ne York is kept informed of events in Kt arar ?entres within a perio from a few hour to a *'<? their occurrence. i arrangement? have been mad ? nt innona relay of new froi the scenes of conflict, as well a frOl al esp?tala. With special coi respondents now on the wa> to Kurop? the Tribune bulletin t-crvice will h come a feature of the war period. NEAR THAW'S WIFE MRS. WHITE MOVEE I avershams Exchanged Quar tors with Architect's Widow on the Olympic. William I-'avet ?ham. Hie pctor, anc Julia tipp, who arrive? ??lay fron' Sou' Hampton hj the White Btai linot Olympic, ex ehangod rooma, when tara d afith Mrs Stanford Whitf. willow kille?! by Harrj Kendall Thaw. for Ihr exchange of room5 ?*.;.- the el . .--trient made by the booking clerks in the London ? C-;t? a M i ?? Wb ite a room Opposite (he one given lo Mr?. I.- ei-,h Neabit ? haw. The aitOation did not di?tutb Mr Thaw; and. ?vhen offers ??.ere made to ?n- deck, ?be pro ? ? itig i he would keep the room for which aha bad paid. Mr . White. ?I- ' ? ? have been annoyed bv the propinquity of the cd wife of her husband' la?cr, I lo Und a room to her lik? ing Mr. and Mrs. Ka\cisham heard of her predicament, howi i rol? i '.' to exchange rOOl Ml -. rhaW, ??im ?va? acc'iinpai: ?od by her dancing partner, .lack Clifford, he ould go to Atlantic i pend a fow days with her son, before taking him to Pittsburgh to remain there until fall. She said she v. ould glea 'be greater part of her time to superintending the decoration:- of hi r rie-.v home in Pittahnrgh. "HANDS OFF HINMAW-T. R. ADVICE TO SUFFRAGISTS Roosevelt Stock Drops Many Points in Opinion of Mrs. Blatch After Her Interview and I lis Speech at the Progressive Convention. Colonel Roosevelt granted an inter? view to Mrs. Harriot Stanton Hlatch w teiday, and in the rourse of it he gave her a piece of advice "It will be good tactics for the suf? fragists," he ?aid, "to keep their hands off Hinman." Mrs. Hlatch merely >nmlrd, but later she gathered the reporters around her ami relieved her mind. "The suffragist?," ?he ob-ened, "won't keep then hands off anvthing or 1 anybody. ** lit.. ? ? ... ??eut ?low n a goo i aaai - point m ? den' of ?hi \\ ami ? ' Polilii- il iInion after that intei ? - place 1 in the parbu of th? Hotel la M in Bat ? lead ? r told Mr?. Hlatrb a itb many I that he ?raa <l?'i . Mut ! bis roapoasei te ) sh<- put wi re. -he c mplain? ?1 af'er ; v?ai d, "no' ? Bl IsfaCtorj ." < olon.-l I. .1 st ipulated that | Mrs. Hlatch mu-' eoma alano, i took \li?, Caroline l.exo?v win The Colono] liad Mi ? Kr,:' repre ., woman, st ? h?- inten ? Mrs. Blatek ai .1 Mi-- Utttm with them a suffrage plank fm ti,? It ? gressivc platform. Mr. Ko. handed the plank o\< t to " and ailed bis fate" I ? ? . ? Itiali j ^mtlc. 1 hen Mrs. Klstcb broached the' question of Presidential suffrage, trhieh the New York I.egislhtuie has power to confer upon worn ii without a referendum. 'I ?id, "that the Progres? siv v> ill i;?c it?: influence to have the l.egi-lat ui e do this in January. " "I think it poor tactics to work for ential suffrage," Mis? Kellor in ? d. "I." said Colon?! P.onsevelt. "rely mach upon the ?.pinmu of Miss Kellor." .'?I, t..!.I ? o',,i,cl Por.sevelt . HintiiHti hail "shown him Belf . ? '. to the en franehiesement of women" and laid he did aol see hoa ihe Progroaoivo party could tly support him fot ? --or. "I ? I, "that Ihe ? i] leave Hinman to Ihe women." ; ?ni the afternoon at the Pi ? ' ??' the llo'el and Colonel Rooeaeelt'a apee eh nu d bei intention ? i humI? off H minan." "Why. p,!?i two sentences in Coleua? I enough to ?how his part] nrage," she said "Hi ?1? ? that 'all we n? ???! ie.|Uii.- of Hin n'aii : ? . ,| that 'Ihe most important 'hing now befor?? I tooi primary lav Mi- Kellor informed ii? tin? afternoon the great issue now is the clean? ing ui? of the elate.' " CARBAJAL AGREES WITH CARRANZA lu Accord on Turning Government Over to Constitutionalists. 1 ??., Aug. i, Peace for Mcx iro City Bl lea-' no.v seems a certainty. The council of WOT, consisting of 112 I to-night upon the un ?(> the denl Carbajai and Cieneral Venus i tiano C?rranla, head of tho Constitu DVemOOt, to-day reached a full agreement concerning the turning over of .'.e government to the Con? stitutionalists. It is expected that a general a .inesty will be declared at an ?early ?iota. H?oetilltiti were suspended to-day. At the close tarty this afternoon of a conference he. een Provisional Presi- j deal Carbajai and Qoooral Vclasco, i the Minister of War. the official an-i ! i.ouncement was made Uiat Carranza Would gran- the President's request.' concerning guarantees, and that a pooee pa?-* probably would be ratified i eabioel meeting to be held soon. Provisional Preetsident Corbojol and i General Vclasco began their confer | ence at noon i?. day. Bad dleSOUBBOd the question whether it would he better to turn over the capital to the ?on ititutionalisU unconditionally or re thelr entry by force of arms. In political circle- it was declared that was in favor of tneet CarraOXa'i demand to evacuate the city. A proclamation by General Robles and General I'omingu'ez, personal rep i ..-. published in all til?- morning a? to-day and created S good impression. The document goarouteod the peaceful en? try of the eoaqaerteng army. \ . PO ' i n .. Mexico. Aug. 4 g f..rc?' of Constitutionalist sol lost night hoarded the Ham? burg- \nieiicaie liner Antonma. which dav lia been under ?je ?i at the custom house wharf at Tampico, to learch for Dr. Villa N'ueva an,l .', a, who ware charge-?! by the Mexican authorities with homicide. The fugitives won not found. Before the soldiers began their search 'he cap?., Iiomoaod to the eu Ibt and arre?te?l. The I GermM Vice Consul, who was found p s 8 ? ploeod under rrrest until ; I ?? ?March wa;e end??i. I !.. ,i Antotiina later i on ' he remonstrance of ul, Thomas H. Bevan. It i believed Dr. Villa Nueva und his companion slipped over th? of the Ix.at aa BOOB a? they had ? timation of their danger end ? e motOI launch. Washington. Aug. ? Rent Admiral I Badger today was instructed t.. .1? ? maud 'he immediate relea-e <.f the ! Antonina. ? hlhuahua, '?lev., Aug T.. ??cneral \'il!a In-day cntrain?-ri all of hi? arti! leiy. l;fly eight lieldpieces and two four inch guns, for Torre?n, eo0nmand* ..I bj ?..-ricial Felipe Angeles. The er* I tillery will move toward Mexico City via Saltillo. Villa's cavalry and infan? try have been mobilised a? Torre?n and Will join the movement, attacking inde P'tidently O? (?encrai Carranza. Villa has let it be known that he purposes to I Ufa civil instead of military gov? ernment in Mexico. In a conference with unofficial representatives of the I Carbajai government held at Chihjia ? hua, Villa is understood to have ac ; cepted terms fot peace which Carranza ? had rejected. NEW BUTLER HIRED; JEWELRY VANISHES ( hautauquans leave Their Rooms Unlocked ?Fleeing Kmpliiye Brought Back. Stony Brook. L I , Aug. f>. Member? of the Stony Brook < hrnitaiiqua mti?t have forgotten tho tet? which the head . ? 1 the fociety, the Kev. .lohn f, <'ar 000, Q I'. i'-e-'eir of the ?eti-tal Pre? ? so Chorch of Broohlyo, has ' preached at 8010 of the meetings, for loft .?urdry treasures in the j rooms occupied by them here, and a thief, in the l'orm of a newly engaged butler, it is charged, broke in and stole. The butler, whose name is said to be was employed a fev ..go. He seemeil h?)i?e?t and the ben never thought of locking up Iry when they went t. a m. leaving u?,guard.?.I When ? ? trrnod they found thnt all the room* been vi?ited 10d that articles of | .M?l..' ? 'I I'eputy Sheriff John Muir v.a IkiI He learned that a man answering to Parsons s description had hired an automobile at St. James, a nearby vi luge, and bad driven toward Huntin ton to catch a iraiu for the city. I bad offered extra money for speed. Muir reached the Huntington rai road station just as the train w; about to start; and the butler, h pockets said to be bulging with plu i!i r. was arrested. He wa? brougl baeh to this place, where a complaii ?-as lodged against h'm. CAR CRASHES HURT MAN Score of Passengers Injure in Two Accidents. \ Of pOl t:llrt la: Bight, when a trolley car of the Riel mond Light f- Railway Co. jump? i be track and wen' down a slight er? bankinent. Those taken to Smith Infirmary Ho: pital were Mrs. Hannah Albritz. ?txt; ?J10 Brand ?t., .; , right an broken ; Mi . Ge< ? ge Ro? I iraoy City, left an broken: Un. Robert Bertie, fort; Watervliet, N. Y? contusions of th head, face and body; lame? l.udlov ten month:? old, contusions of th head, face and body, and John Ilonc hue, fourteen months old, contusion of the head, face and body. Boi babies lived with their parents at "J 14th st.. Jersey City. The trolley car was bound from St George to Midland Heach. It carrier about forty passengers. The injurei women wre camper- at Sou'h Head and were returning there for the night Four persons were injured last nigh in a collision between a Madi horse ear and a l'h av. trolley car a Duane and Centre sis. The trolley ca struck the smaller conveyance smiarel; in the centre, throwing it. from tin track--. The injured were Frank Marsico, "5 Carmine st.: Sam Trtuiin, ".r>?) Henri lorn- Cohan, 231 Henry st., an? Margaret Reardon, 13 Thompson ai Their injai ?>* Barton.-. TELLS OF PAYING RANSOM Father Testifies at Trial of Al leged Kidnappers. The trial of Vineenao Acena antl hi? Katharina, eharged ?ith taking part m the kidnapping ef eight-year old Ftank Longe ifaj IS, ??inch began yesterday in General Session?, ha! brought out (he testimony of th? boy'? father, who described paying a I ransom of |700 for Ins return. The witness said be bad received threaten? ing letters from the band, many of them demanding $5,000. war'causes suicide De Neufville, Broker, Despon? dent Over Exchange Closing. I-'. Angus! de Nenfeille, ? member of ?he Neo York siock Exchange, ended hia life yesterday morning at hi home, 89 Franklin Flare. Flush - iug, b) inhaling ga According to l on, Robert, the do ing of the stock Exchange and the lii in? ial un i. i eauaed by the war led to the suuide. Mi-, de Neufville sra? born in I-rank fort -on- Main. < lei ? ? > ears 'ago. He came to this country in 1*79, and for BOTOral ?ear? lived in Man? hattan. He bad offices at 11 1 Kroad ; way. He leaves a wife, a son, and tWO daughters, Mr?. ?. Wynne, of Uontclair, and .lira. Rudolph Christ, of Basle, Switzerland. (ILLS WIFE; ENDS LIFE AFTER ROW iealous Husband Almost Includes Baby in Trag? edy at Home. SLAYS WOMAN WITH CHILD IN HER ARMS She Was Preparing to Return to Parents When Shot Neighbor Escapes. Madison, .'-'. J . Aug. fi CtOM I aalottay, George .Johnson, forty-five ? ??ars old, shot and killed his wife m :heir home here to-day ?a hi l?t* she year-old baby in her aims and then committed suicide by ?hooting himself :n the right temple. It .vas remarkable bow the baby escaped roing kl ?'.. a I i murrieror shot hu srife m the back. 1.1 the left brent, ?nd then in the right breas*, punctur it the child was not -?cratched. Mr,, Sadie Draper, s neighbor, who ?? when the ih' ' ccurred, also had a narn-w ( Com death, as she was standtnng clo?e lo Mrs. Johnson v hen the husband tired. Mr-, Diaper fled and lUmfl help. ? oroner Welch, of Morristown, ta? re :gate?l the ?hooting. He learnr-d from Mrs. Draper that the :ouplf, who had lived h^r?- a year, had frequently quarrelled owing to tin? jealous dioOO? sttion of the hu-band. I.a:* night the couple ha'! a tow, and, according to Mrs. Draper. Johnson flourished a re? volver and threatened to kill his wife, .she managed lo get hold of the revol ?er and to quiet her husband. Mr* Monica Johnson, the murdered wife, araa twenty-eia years old. Besides the little boy, Kdwm,'which Mrs. John? son held in her arms **hen she was murdered, the couple have another ?OU, George, live years old, who was not in the house when the double trag-dy oc? curred. WOMEN TRAMPLED IN BANK RIOT 400 Depositors of Closed Private Institution Get Into Fight in Hall. Four hundred men and v.omen, de tora in the private bank of Mai Kobre, held a meeting last night at the Terrace Lyceum, which developed from a warm argument as to the best means of getting their money from the bank to a riot that neces itated the calling of reserves from two police stations. The confusion was increased when some one turned in the tire alarm, and sent a call to Bellevue Hospital lor two ambulances. The excitement started when Rabbi Samuel Abrahamson accused a man who had just advised them to accept tl per cent of their money from the bank, of being in league with the bankers. "Who are you?" he demanded of the speaker. "I'm a depositor in the bank," was the answer. The rabbi then asked the man to produce a bankbook. This he did. Hut the bankbook did not seem to - the rabbi. Then some one start?.I a fight, and 'he crowd packed in the little hall joined in. Women WON shoved about in the no? until thry faintcl. Their hus? bands sustained the tight and increased the excitement by trying to protect them. Men and women were tranipleil and bruised in trying to escape from tbr. hall by the stairway. Screams of "lire" and "police" came from the building. ?>ne man, standing near i tire escape, vaulted through the wmdo?v and called for a policeman. Patrolman rtooa. of the Clinton ?ponded, but was unable to light hi? way into the room. He ?nt in a call I to the Clinton and Mawiieou stations I for aid Sevrai tire eompat'.ier arrived with the r^-crves. and the mOfl forced their ! way into th" room and quiete?) the crowd. Several required the attention ? of ambulance ?urgeons, but none was s< i lously hurt. Until a late hour la -,t night a crowd of more than 200 lingered about the ?loots of Dip failed bank. 41 I anal st. Man an?! women wept and boat up?i?i the walls in a fren/,y. The affairs of the bank are now in the hands of Kugene I, Richard?, State Superintendent of Banking, for regulation. COCAINE HALTS COURT Magistrate Adjourns to Ex? amine Violent Victims. Magiatrate I ???*., in Harlem police court, yesterday .?djournrd court on the solicitation of Dr. Jachson U. Camp? bell, physician in ?be Harlem prison, to examine personally some of the al? leged drug Hienda" who havr become violent since their supplies ha?' cut otf. The tnafiatrate araa told of the pleas ; from the calla and of the necessity of hospital rather than pri.son treat liu-nt for such e ? FR A UDS A T POLLS, POLICE IN ! JAIL. ROCKVILLE FOR UPLIFT _ School District Election Shows Excess of Forty-eight Votes Over Voters?Now Professional Burg? lars Walk Off with Porch Pillars. Rockville (entre, I.ong Island, Aug. I ?S, Any one having a first class uplift for sale will find it to his advantag?? to communicate with the authorise i of this Long Island hamlet. They arc in the market. ' Kockvilie's need of some such arti? cle w..s exemplified recently, when fi?) per cent of its police force of six ? IPS ! jailed on burglary charges, but the .village is not inclined to re>t on ?t? ! laurels. I? has gone in for ballot box ! stuffing, assorted burglary and lesser j crimes. At a school district meeting the j night before the recent election ?.T7 ?.vere c. tinted by the election ! tellers. When the results were in ?V.?5 ^otes were found. Some one good at mathematics ligured the difference to be Is, and there the matter stands. '?on was close, and it liOVOd thai it will be ?leclared void by the state educational authorities, to whom appeal will be made. The ?n 1 nounced reault wa* 111 to :IH>. Fran ?.. Hooley was ??ctonou.?. Honrld Y raser. Jealousy of the police is ??aid to be the reason for mi outbreak of profca* sional burglary in Ro-kvillc. The rri ;a!s. ih-siring to show up ?he arrested policemen, tried early this morning to carry away some heavy cement pllars from the porch of the residence of John W. l?e!iott, j.i ?:? ?lent of the Bank of Rockville Centro. The thieves dropped the pijlars after carrying them nom* distance. Yesterday morning an attempt xas made t?> enter tie home of Jamo.? 0*Doy, playwright, in the Intervernc section, but the return of the (?'Pi, chauffeur frightened the thieves aw ?y. AMUSEMENTS. WINTER BARDEN B;.V*V * PASSING SHOW OF 1914 SHUBtST T???*. ? ?.- II*. Mi THE THIRD PARTY SHUBtST Th??. ? ... * ! Mi? VV. 1 * ?ith T.ilor llnlnMg r }?4<r* ">TH STRUT Tk?*tr?. VI,. \v,.| , TOO MANY COOKS COMCOV THKATitK. 4Ut St. tsst ot 0*?W r;2? KITTY MioKAT C*tlM. ii, i . i TL Raioeys 1914 African Hut Pictures DR. BADGLEY BADLY HUIT Physician, 81, Hit by Auto, ft Critical Condition. Dr, Nathan Badgley. of 12? tea 123th st., was seriously injured lot night when he was knocked down by g Aut-.mobile at Lenox av. and 12?th a ow in the Harlem Hosoitol ?oj fering from ronc.jsaion of the hro| and bruises. H.s condition is ?aid | a\ Owinjt to his ace ?<fHti one years it is felt that he has ?hgft chances of recovery. Byrne, the driver, was alone ir, ?? ear ?. Me time of the acrid. ? . . ment? irr??!?- by witnesses convmeH tfc ?at he was not a? fault, and *i mat pet held. He is employed as chat I fear by Otto Ke.'Viman, of 17? Eldridj st., the owner of thr car. TRIAL DIVORCE FAILS Wife A?ks That Decree 81 Obtained Be Set Aside. p\ divorce was found unsati factory and terminated in the S promt Court yesterday by an ofej ?igned by Justice Kord. .. according to tl accepted by Henry A. Gil* leeve, referee, had divorced her bl band. J'.ieti Klbin. a stewar-l on ( Berlin, March SO, If 11. but had 111 with him afterward. Hi had provU ?ncsses, and she had ob tail the divorce at his requei*. Mrs. Klbin say? in her affidavit: told him I loved him and d <i g? a divorce. He said th ? ars he would have met s'jfficient money so that we could If ?.rrmany and marry ago ? r two year, were ?a ..ncd that the dect be set anille. Hi ft'?-! The price of 4218 Sum? suits liit square on the head Light weight woritt flannels, cheviots- just oo and ?rouacfi. All sizes from a youth? to h\}x ?men's M chest. 241 were * 10.00. 020 were 5*18.00. 754 were $20.00. 881 were 013.00, 041 were ?2.5.00. 217 "ere *28.no. 273 were ??30.00. 270 were $.32.00. $15 to-day. 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