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? . ? . ; Tha atrike wai ?Ime t \>, ha ' . d iub ? aad i - titra tolei '?*" ver.es v 'T rlot There arai ??* "'? polic. ! that i eei . i ? ? few i ? ? i ? -e pelted from tenemenl ? roofs. glar ced 11 br BCr< ? I I ? - ? trouble, public I ? averpn pai itioi . I of whal an rapid ? -ht mean. '? ? their make ? d. I ? Such '? ? i no iaipression ? \ ? . independ' 11 taxieab ehautT. that it 1 . Only Manl al : 'I by the itril eiali of the Bi Rapid Tran . car men in '1 1 ? ? h the .-umc h> on thi nue lini ' nplt' Employei oi the gueen* trolley lines and pr. | Althouith then l lisaatisfac tion among the men. II I to declare a lympathetic itrika until a Base froBi Ii adi i hattan strike, STRIKEBREAKER "KING" ARRIVES Waddell Pay. $3,350 for a Special Train and Gives $300 in Tips. If Jisa w*addi to l'eing ? ? ? m Nei train from ihicago, making tha run ir |d re Waldorf to take charge - I'or tlread; ,rd more are on the way. Alaa 1 ?\\. lafl 'Chl' at 1 this mor houra and ? Ml'. hurdred r< paid. eoatiaa II '? men , ? | railread m;.n with ?? ?'Men" Why. we ha-? | enl 'them bere n the job and more on the way. Tl II be, ? ?. reporters ; . ?Wa he fisked. "Who follOW Waddell"" r,H -a'd .lames R Oaaeki allied ! tei "1 tell voj. fraat ?, 1 nerer heard al ? kaaw there i rnan." rters 'old him I breaker had eoBV ? icken rel as i Har when ? ? ? I Ml had de ? .m. ? wa? ' ?? "' RUMANIANS LOSE 20,000 PRISONERS I onllnneil fn.m \>uf 1 ' * . Dally Official Reports on Ralkan Opcrations ia, fsajat F. - Tha Fn m ?'? ofie il ? A Bt, BI A ? /. / ' / ? <>n tl we Paaa, i haviag ? ? ? teaai ? laeaei reporl PR tkt l"l>>' aaajsj I, A:-.ai a. raed ? ? * ? r>t?r tfasaha HEDLEY IS CALLED JEKYLL AND HYDE Fitzgerald Says Traction Head Was Best Witness for L'nion. SITUATION PLEASES LEADERS IN STRIKE MWc Can't Lose," Their Sentimcnt?Did Not Ex pect Complcte Tie Up. i .. . n. > teatifviag befora the i ? ? , hai made . men than 1 ... | ?.- ir beal , my s'atem^nt to Thir: was the deelaratiOn of W'illinm f thi tril as rHr at the Hotel Cantinental last .-.hen asked for a statt-mrnt on ? ke: . . ? ihe rei ?? I," Interjeeted H Val ??? the B >atoa labor law yer. "It's a aplendid expeaitioa of the union's ca^e Aid, rcmember. too, that breaght oat saaaal for the commission, Mr. Cohen, ar.d not by counsel for the men." "la tbe aitaatloa aatiafaetory?" gerald araa aaked. "Sltaatloa Satisfaclory" "it eartaial] ia l do not know how many men are out I have heen tied up with the eorataiaaiea most of the . ?-.,- Cnt M r<'r <?'? ' Ol rrcen car incn, and I do not knou how many in the Interborough. Kesults will tell the atory." "Will tha rhird Aaanae m<n atrike?" "They certainly will not." he replied, "at laaal not until they have some pro on for itriklnf, not if I have any thinir to say aboul it You can bnnk on it there will be no Third A\enue strike so long as the company kecps faith with u? " eara to say anything about Publie Senriee heariat?" he was aaked. "No. except that Hedley's UatiraOBJ i4 good enough statement of the case for aa. He'? admitted everythinp we . V.arged. Hi's now engaged in ! trying to aejaafa Hedley of the green . th Hedley of the Interborough " mI," aaid Vahey, i want to sce Hedley in the great rele of Pr. .Tekyll and Mr. Hyde." Fitzgerald Not Surpriaed. When Fitagerald'a attaation was called to the facl that the aubway and "I." traina arere runninaj, he deelared that tl,;.- araa not at all surprismg. ainly we expeeted them to run i aetne trains." he replied, "and they are aloing it. 1 - ira on 'he Third .. too. didn't they? And on the. ,;?:'? they? Wi II, we trikes, didn't we" No man who kaowa anything about the situa l xpected thi 'pni "f 'be p at or.ee. Few strike*- are won the firal day." ??What will bappea ta-aionrow?" was the next qui I "I am gomg to be before the Publie ; e Commiaaion a^. i thal ia one thing ccrtam. Wh*ther 1 teatify again I do not know. I expeel to hear Mr. ? tify in the morning. That should be woith while, if he's i - good as Hedley wai \\ e eottld aol have hired a man to j i better eaaa ff>r us than Hedley I did to-day. I am not go.ng to char aetenzo the man or his testimony all | t the people of thia town icad what he had to aay for himself. Mr. guackenbu^h will try him in the morning. We lhall sce." ] I ? gcrald was at I.yeeum Hall, in Stn et, with P. 1 Bhaa, of ,tional eaecutive board. Vahey. ? r and oth'-r leadera until almost daybreak, but he had lini?hed break bi <s o'eloek and raealviag report* ? snts. "It looks all riarht," hc said. "I'm downtown rlfhi away to the Fut> nriee Commission." I h lettlement?" "We are willinc I ? . Puol e Sei ? ' are l av< . n willing. We are willmg II li Hedley'i refusal to <? rontract qurstion thal I ? j| bother JTark Railwaya men ?r-" thing 1 . ran prom iny. It and the Interboi and it "are onr is u-mg ? n. it | r able ta de it." ? i re troubling us with ? f ? _ Petroyrad, Stpt. 7. A Ruaatanaf oyai Tnder the pressure of superior Oei rian forci R in troopi ? ipallad to r\ncuate 'I urtuk .'.-- An offirml ? '!?'' military apormtutna .,- Maradonia, waa taauOd by the ?rr' Uhday nx fol Baloi lea ' ? aaaa fraal "t era! raids were made by our patrols on -,i r- were Ns,- ?? ? |? an ' illy shelled ?^lmn af enemy infsn'ry eonren ti Neoehari m Eaatarn ii Orfaai). the 1 n front there wa rloitlle .-hell-ng Ylado.ia wen Wi ? ?? neroplane, te ! akl Doiran. /;< rUtt, Sapi Tha <?? rtnon ajfl ' ui operotioni in iht Bul ?? i lhaatra fniiwa .? de rman and Rul foreta h;ive talten thr atronfly ?I ?'iwn "f Turtukai hv storm . ? *.f ailaaaai- tHKen by ? ? ? .!?]:',? ti al ready .i, r>r#?<i? 10,494, among arhon renerala ?-'i mara than 4"" .?i.r affteei More (han IN eannon red Ihe Rumaniana auf ? An attael I roi g Ru alan farej - rdjik in south i wh? rapalaed In tl athwaal of aa leuthweet of, tl i- Bagaludoi u, we,t i i,' the Klrlibaba v?iifv aa ?he bordar ien Husoairia and Haagary) the ana made attackx which were ri yii- alan repilned ntt,fk? de li*> r*d b\v nii??ian and Rumanian OB both r.d's "t I'orna VCu'ra Crowds, Fed on Strike Diet, Just Laugh as They Ride On Travellera on City'a Car Systema Witness Many Amusing Sights?"Individual Contrart" Slogan Appcars to 1 lave Lost Its Persuasivencss. And the crowd laughed! Steeped in tha worda of Willlaaj R I itSftrald, trrneral ? trik' orrll with "'he moil leriou ?i ; ? , ? ' ?. r handled"; hai | , by the lark of tractioi ing gbe it their busini ' hap^. at the thoueht or possible riot mg, thal un^i'ie, eoBBBopolitan eatity, Ithe New York erowd, laughed! The erowdi wera not laogl ngal i re not ? ??? had hindered the mo*efliefl1 but arht Nor did they find the sigh* of raithful old men, rw ; whnm were allowed o r: ergi orae hhrk into the eer ? ? | . Interbon igl acting a eon d'ictors and guards a .-mirre ot amiir-e ment. The iBtretacle of tra I by inexperiei ced -;nke bn - wai ? ? pros oking. And | at, these proverbiall) goodnaturcd ei i laugl Take, for exnmple, an incident re lated hy a patrolman BtatiOBed y< fiay on the "I." platfona a' 126th Street and Fighth Avenue. A bottle nl aad craihed through s ? bound car. The matter was a' OBC( N ported and futile search for the ide. Bul in viieakmg of it, thil pnlipftiian sa;d: "Whefl that 1 head, 1 felt like thi- necrro who was walking undei a building in the coui ? of eaaatrBctioa, A briek dropp him Rubbing hii head. the looked up and BBid: " 'Yo' bettah look out ilah. boy. Yo' pretty ncar made ni hite mah Nor wai humor lackin" even among the strikers. At Fifty-ninth itn ? nd of the Sixth Avenue surface line, itood a group of them, Ai each car came up they yelled, "\Yhv don't you join the bo) < "" ' lall] ' suer was a BBlifc BBd ? i'm-o or twice Aati were ihahen and ttgly rerr.arks made. Yn eren ? - did no* -i. ':i tu be n fd< ou~K nor taken icriously. "You better join us," \el|e,| o! | larlrss fellow with an exceBaivelj red ? ? ed eoBduetor ? I i. ?? \ ? ? ? i got bo ipunk ?" The little oid eondactor merely Bul thii leemed to i oa ner of the noie, li' ipranc thr itepi of the car. "You darned little shrinip," he brl lowed. "Vo trike if you know what'a good for vou know what youII gel if you don'l Vou what kappened laal know" ' Another striker, n lober-looking, red HEDLEY DENIES FORCING STRIKE I onlinueil from paae I pear until a half hoar later. Meaibai of the eovirr II OK 0?1 IBS im patience in the mrantime. for it Sl he was the man who CO lld explain everything. When Mr. B>dley at length appeared Juliui Hei "?? ' '' f' for ihe eommissioB, told hi? "' Mi shor.ts's testimofl*. ?i didn't know <>f the action of the bnard until tn-dav." said ?M r. Iledlev for the moiaeaf the Mr. Iledlev of the ?urface line. "Mr, Shoati bad told me noi to issue the contracts until I gol special laetrueticBs from him" "I'o vou know when the ra directors nie* !" "I think il was some ? terdaj morning." "When did vou order the eol fonni :!"" "Aboul 2:30 o'clocl Ihil morning" Hedley Names Shnnts. Mr. I "hen. who took pains to make \\ plain was bbI a craBa-examiBa tioB, COUld P"t understand. BPParei whv Ihe orders of the directors had noi hren followed. Mr. Hedley of the Railwaya, with legs rrosscd and chair tipped back, rackiag nneaeily, exi ed: "Mr. Shonta knew 1 i lo dis tribute them. Thal was after the had been declared " "Wai then aa? oueal on ?? h- to vour nght <o distribate the eontraet fornis ; ?? "No." Then whj did "Mr .' ?'? Hedley said he had been i , ;.,, . for *' t thal "v\\ h w.h ? ?ha- he had "hei ' for the pr- enl tl B ibll . ' . ? ' aitted, under ex ? that made no ity i ? ? i gtl ? and jrivo the public if we deall with our mi i ferenee." "f3o >i i think anytbing you have doae tioi T" "I have a perfectly rlear min ? on that score, and would i-ay, "No, nn, no"" "How aboui the diicharge of Inter? borough m< ? ferred wltrl ? ? i ?;,?? d a' thi meeting I I - ?vr-., exceaed ,r,r thal day oaly, l told them that I thej did noi repi Would 1" Tha' ?ra aftei the threal had made to 'paraly ? m Yonkeri ?'. ? ind.' " ?iir \ | t 81 'he lituation e tp have been tha' ihe IBCI ?h-- diitribul loa ol worl . . men1 j ??. H Violal On of 'he contrh-t w,. are agreed thal both snies were bound I i Ihe i rnnple of arbitral ai , what Interfered with ihe diipotitlon of putO bv that mH I "That wa?n'i diicuned." Mr Cohen ealled Mr Hadley'i *? tentlOB to 'be record. Wh'le the lat t e r w 4 ag ' Franl I baah, geaeral eoonsel for the Iirer ??? ign, took a hand In the proceed ? ? me laking his luggeetion, Mi Hedlej said he had ? 'f-od 'he referi ? ? ? Wl tO thi lyl case. "Hii' didi ' .?? ' Mi l hen, "thal 'he in'* b ould falb i ihi Naa ITarl I ill >, Compa ?. thal Ihi direetc bath companii mtti thi ama and thal ?,ou were willing to pioreed on the . that the j-ame prlaciplei would i ?. ?. ij," "V. " "Thi-:i how did It happea that you fnc ! Ir Bhaiaa, had e me ap gRd ' ? ed the ipeakei hy the arai Th? BBed ?n the car on? op BTCry car in New York vrster ? olatl ? striki ? ? ? tering owner 1 pink probo cis. "Did he lasu I The little eondactar imiled nc- i "No, he didn't Inaall me," he laughed ??]], got i "? r*n ' I ne. I ain'l ifraid te 1 H I am't got no grievance an i | ???? goi na atrll ' e>lle?i r, an y ? ? . ?:" Two bella, and the car moved on. The ] Tb, who ' ' itch. , "We're lightii .- for tl ? "Ye eani II.. Will I t The-e ' vir mind." And a- tl "' "'? word to mutter, "TMrty in? dividual eoBtrscti r ttei the il lbb< lel ke (and there ke) ia MInd y..t ? . uaed aa an srg iment ative bludg . i unwilling eari of gi guard ' ontent. And ? ' barni at Nlnety b nth ! i dngton Arenae, where a large cro rd block below pasaed, 'he club rain. "You're workii trikrr tO ?akin . Thi ' ?'"? f ... ?? jrbod) i mouth." he said. "I'm p own and mj Kn0a then scaba woaldB't be workin work. save me bi'" ?| he lengi I obi retired. He "at down ' ''. n d, loud ei the i . to hear: " rhe t ? . Thi ' i hey were of twe dirty, unahorn, 611 I i were ? . .1 11., of them, a tall ow In ? ? !e on 1681 ' t "1 given the didn't diip< f??8h workii . ??'A hen tl at ? ? ?., i i ould noi eall rhe cob in." "P"," t a fact that < Septeml ? ?' M r. ? ? H il thia ia thi | rcc ?\V,. rough for n el re minded him. || ,]. ? . lopi d r;" il " ucl of ??' hat had Il d ha bei Mr. Hedley, of the ra ? ayi hoard I .. d eli rate I tl | ..???? , ? i ? ? arail ? Wi'h the gr. he had a written ng' i emei I to an. With his othei ? rtt rathcr. ' ? ? tract, ?!. was: unal. That, he added, I cauae of the natu as beca i rlier he had : in whal ? ted it Wai from information of the threat had coi ? l- ? ? ? Mr. Cohen 1 ad the ? . ron fi rer> "It waa you a lip l! v ? war !, we -. r ied in 'he ; Mr. Fittgei I dou'l feel ?? pi Mr. Hedlej threati We had i ? the pn - othl r B sti ike wa:- impeii' The | bs Mr. Hl a stroflgly u hi d broken thei r ? who hs 1 In . .'.;: Hedley "Thi I ed I ? com- , will" ? [tut wll . ? i i. w i Itten agrei ? ? I the e and Ihe examii ? .... ili},' like B Cl .>-h interposed atain. He that H ? the opera-; Fridig for I ? rei." he |i da ? Hed ? . ? Fitzgrrald, ind I think ? If " ten ttei irning the ? m;tn . ? u ili be thi -tand. Mi Fridiger *HI follow and Mr ? ? Her Snn Missinp: Sincr July 23. ?; ? ? \ faars ' id .rK "f Jal ? , ? i feel eight BchCl II ' ??? ' 1:iiir and . hlne e'.e- ai ? ? -? l ore a ? . aloi luil blaeh iti Ipad ibirt, whi'e tie, a. x pal aad nh"e? srd -oeks. He is her only sup rort. BUT 1,150 STRIKE; SHONTS ELATED Says 9,977 Men Signed Contract. Only 20 of YVhom Are Out. LITTLE EFFECT, HE SAYS ON 'L' AND TUBE Building Up Service of (ireen Cars Without Strikcbreakers. i ala '. t Thi re "f [uterbarough Raaid Tranail Corn i ' ? night from his head t the H ??\ ....... ?f 1,1 M men waal oul But a r lateal reporti ahow lhal 1,971 rnen have eigaed the Indit daal a - I ? ? eh l - evidenca that aad are , . ? , . the nirn 1= the fa. I I prop the union. and in apite of ? ' - ' 'ract" ,. , In aaaertina that the New Yora - buildii of the green car A - i at i a atril were 1 - : ghl -. railwaya company had aigned thi i individual eonl rivii -' ' il ? reara (inU I our Motormen Strike. Mr rith un owing ,.r lervii ? i being maintained in : ? i, eall of 'h" itrika ted wi . la ??? i i the pul o ir pwn ? rita taid when I l(i foi .' K' portera at ' ,,,*'nt; - aki ol rl ? iraa, but the elear that they er. With a - ibway ateu Btaad bj Caatraeta. Il . rer ta thia whole ,.'? eried Mr. Sl .ni B. iniaer, de I "Oul ol onlj. ap| ? - work this ? ? and ? ? w of the men ! arlth the ? tand I -. arork in faee ? - ruited ?n, ei^ht towei - ? temen, -U2 ? ? ? total 076. . \\, shonl i aaid, ia made up o\~ traek han i tha ? d laborera. Situation lmpro\ing. "Wa havi IM eara running on the a little more tha aa tuation la improving "Here ia the ? I ir' that I have < Inuad. - ? individual | by emploj - of tha 1 ev York Railwa eneou ? ' ' ry man from LONGSHOREMEN READY TO QUIT IN SYMPATHY Their strike Would C?l Off Coal from Kailways. AMhough ter Boa Union ? ? e to aid < - ? ? n along the wati rfronl rere doul tful if as it ? I and ' ' ? tril ill c-.m in New York, the railway and ? ? !?,,?;? - - ' t aa ta trike, William -.?? organ ? had the ? '.eaderi of tha ealled the moment ho order. I GERMAN GENERALS HONORED Enparor I oafara "Poar le Martta" aa Twa. Lond ' ? ed t le merite," ivea, - rho waa < i in atruetor a h de the Gcnei The I taj ilaa i ? ferrad "peur le merite" oa Oaneral Baron von j Luettwita. POLICE DEPARTMENT. Trimf- ,i i IMl| t IT , ? I Il Tnnit?r?. 1 - . I . li, f ??? r\ Mi l>oti?UI 7?.-trr4f? Anlfiimmfi | .-? rVlHU < ? kw\-\i\ ? ?- . ii irl l i i i i !? m ... ? . Lti?ci al Ibi'ii 4 iWlthaut P??i. li i . h i - i a m , ? , ? } I'hn ? I i Ml r?> Pi i ? luf. a H,|i ,-.i tro-. s,i.p.?n.jn Pitmiiain l i IMl ? ? II ? Sui,rnd>4 Wlthagt P?> 1 ? ? .u.4i. J4u.et a| ( tttiti. Hd. 1" M p m . ffft ?. BOTH S1DES EXTOL WORK OF POLICE With 5.400 Men on Strike Duty Woods Easily Controls Situation. PATROLMEN RIDE ON ALL THE CARS Executives of Department Get Little Sleep in 48-Hour Vigil. "\Te kaew what ta do We nc'ed I promptl) We ;>r,- llpated everything. Our men were on the jol nt strategic cen'ros in advance of the news of tha strike." ? Thii? Paliee CamraiaaloBar Arthur IWooda spitomised lait Bighl the haad Bg of the traction walhsRt, which so far is the moat orderly strike of like proportioai New York h - axpariaBead. leaden aad [Bterborough ehiefs . r !ikf> eemplfmeBted the department on 11 t thi senejr. ?-. :>.40n of New Yoik's 9.1"" avail alde policemen on atrike detail and more than S,.I ?? }""-' M ;l1"" ? . duty at all ' .lioner Woods a'nd hii aid tinua theii pol nv of anticipation. Report- tha* longshoremen Avho handle the coal | power housi' workers are ... eaaatad tha P< i'ci Department with a new and raxa tioua problem. Thaaa workars are ba irr importuned by lahoi leader- to strike in sympathy. Police Kiecutive* Work Hard. CommiasioBer Wooda, Chief [flapec t< i Max Schmittberger and JBapector ' , hen di ta I expei ? in I stal foi ??'?. ire forming plan- tO 01 their strike operations. to tnclude any : b? ? ? Tha departmeBt is tax< d rd ti eapacity with as they stand. -We ean handle any lituation ihort of general pitched n?-'ir^r." sa;d Com '.? ? l will need no " help, We have planned for n!l ? ? opmenta which may he foreseen ;?.",! are readj to hit trouble in the eye when ir eomei The entire lituation, in surpri-:ngly minute detail, is handled from Head' t< ra, where the pi lice exei il watch almost continu lay They have ? i -I.ii forty-aight tdditional I have ,1 in the twentj *h iep ear 1 arna, nine power itatioi ? aad two iub ?ider guard. and Headq ' i ' ? touch With conditions. in ita laeond phase rith rafei to the preairangcd p..lice plan. This menns that dilturb hava been lufflelenl to require a ? :! as ???' eaeh i ?? i sad lubwaj ^tations. the and power itatlons. In cases but one unii'ornied man rode ? po ley aad two men made tripa he I rd phaae of the atrike, ng aerioua diaordera, woald eall ral mannlng of all cars and traina with policemi n. I: iddil the uniformed man, 1,000 plain elothea oBorativea have been given ? them ? ? ? o? d of strikers and ?? ithizers, ??? incipient manifestation of vr. policemen, like thr. work hard. The three plati ?1 al e six hours on Bctire duty and . rve. which n\\'.? t'or a pracl Ii ious performance. Men who all day were i go hom.e al I p m., with orderi l it the bami at 6:80 in the n D .. |ng -he laal car strike thev iltpl or triad to in tha bam?. Psllca I alled from Vacations. hundred and aixty-three men i , b ?; called in from thei, raea : ?; stchi d fi ??? ? ' he ti i ing camp at Fort Wadsworth, and l,. more ihifted to Manhattan from I mora lerene regiona of Hmoklvn and indred and ilxty-flve ruil from tha Tra ic , ? t tral ?' a s in | ivenue and in lower Manhattan. Commiiaioner W office, and ered I num ber of traffie I ired I i thi to in.^ure mon orderlj a tmn-1 STRIKE BREAKERS IN STORES Grsewrj llerks Assert Biiller (ompany Ih Bhlftlag Mob. Leaden of the grocery elerk strike , thal the James But 1",. i;, Coi established ile pa'rol. ? I 0 I duty was . trike breaken where they were meded and that they had Another Brtive opponenl h i- iid to be the (ireat Atlantic and Paciflc 1 ea Com panj. ael Healy. a BBion orgai trikeri m the Reevea, Routaton and Parkei itores tirtually had reached ? ? ? ai?h the ? ? ? ? Kive hundred " ? n, he de ? t) there ti Eighty-fWe per cent of ?he Qui rierk^: wer<- OB Stl ? i'd. AID OFFERED CAR MEN BY FEDERATED UNION Fund Of $1,000,000 Could Bc Raiscd, Says Bohm. The finaaeei of 'he Central Faderai rd l'moti have been | laced at Ihe ser f the stnk:n? earmen, 1- ? ling atcretary of tha terday, Mr. Bohm explained thal the I lebor uniona In the mttropolitan triel which ar.-- affiliatad w;th the cen 'ral body all -"and reftiv to reply to i ' fund" from 'In s'rikers. How sBuch will he lubicribed, 'he car ri^pond'rg -^erretary said. will depend upon how murh the Amalgamared As sociatien of Street and Eloetrte Rail ??>. ,i\ r ? - > | - tO the rause. \ fund if 11,000.006 could he raised if neeaaaary.n Mr Bohm smd. "Fiu* we ler that with ihe aJd ot the A m a 1 - rr?mated Aaeoelatlon 1100,660 will be I utlicient." MAN DIES 0N EXCURSI0N Theodore .[ r.ose, forty eight ves.r ld, a Moatelair, N. J.( hatal ke(per, 'tn.'ken wuh heart direaSa reeterda) waltiBf ta sall from Nowark oa p exeursiOB, diad before he could be ?emoved to a ho-ipital. He appeared to "?e in good health when ne left his 'ome. ?t 136 BlooBiAeld Avobbb He wss a member of the Montelair ? dgei of Eaglea, Klkj and Brothar .I of America. APVFRTISEMKNT. Al>\ ERTI8EMEVT. tD aava see *-a twse 9i(thteetuu.*y* *?? tm a?'.- sra !rtw& atteatioa t<x~ NEWF14SHI0NS Shiuibiiuj. t/ie kci/notc offiumaii'&panifh and irectoirc jaftaaicc^ OishotHing thatpotti-aijs-the trcndofJai'is h\6bw ?r tfntroducinxj 11k comxtJai-is uashions in uinierica puvt! STRIKERS MOB TWO POLICEMEN Crowd of 100 Falls Upon Pair Who Try to Arrest Men on Train. The mo-t lertoua dieturbanee thus far in tha ' night. More than a I rikara who poured out of tha Lyeeuia Hall, la Eael Eigbty-aizth .-treet, tried to mob i>e teetiva MeDonald, of tha Firal B Bureau, aad I'atrolman Gtorga Fitt ::? rald after they had im tad twa men fpr ereatini i a on a Third Avenue "I." triin af Eighty-ninth Sl U'alking backward and brandi hil ravolver, Whila I'atrolman l-'it/. : pu-hed thi pi aad '?' him, MeDonald kept the crowd back until he raaahad the East Eighty-aighth Street police ita ioa, vaara the mob wa< routed b>- reeervea. Mclionald and Fitagi on the train when a crowd of pushed through a car. try ing to drag the innduc'or from the platform. In ght which followed a girl, who aaid ihe waa Uelen afilliagtaa, wai tramplcd. Pair Aid Conductor. McPonald and Fitl| "ging their elube, raahad to the aid of the conductor. whtle women in the crowded eara aereamed and leveral frea-for-all flghta oceurreal MeDonald and Pitsgerald were knocked down twiee, but of the conductor a-ul othcrs of the ! train erew, managed to capture two men as the- itrikera Red to the Eighty ninth Streel atation. The priaoaara l.i'o Knoch, of 121 1 t, and John Miller. of ! 735 Third A MeDi ed for the police atation wlta the men, but were lurrounded by a crowd. McDoi aid drew his revolver, and thr crowii made ?ay for him. Ai the deti turned to ge down Third Avenue, ever, a man on the eul crowd threw a >i-king him, The crowd ru?hed forward a* the de I beal them i b:.ck until h:s coatpanion could n hia revolver. Sent to Worl.house. Knorti and Miller were latrr ar ' trate ' Iroel : in the arorkhi An elu ive cre* of thirty ^trikmg ber '? ho n I down up i ti Manhal tan ye iterd - ng ta thron ki ngera also -ed disor turbed ' lepai ? ilthough pa trolmeri wenf aI - a junip or ,;o in advance. mgh aeveral arreata were mad?. only four p theai Phe poliee ware ?11 in motion. however, by al! ? I* aapeet ition, Chii M -i \ ? ? - - - ibllanl aver the wav th irad flrat ?t ngi \ made .?? >ir ? ? ' ? "?"? on th?> trolle; track.-. When had goni lavade Sabwaj Btattaaa, ? Fi ank Hi of the Interborough got InaiH ... .... . fion. I'atrolmen hastei '?c?n',, to he,-,- ? | ? |4 ? ? ?')'?>' the station had chased the disturberi oi Al -he Elghty-Bixth Streel and iv>. | liimbus Avenue ? itation the th irty neal appeai ad, moui platforms and whooping thin^s up for i i ike. [napaetor Pak* -.vn. ? Aad, but his men failed to eateh the i men. i At Colambtta Cirele the men are re- I ?,, hai e I "gers who wrre bi traina, I iiei r appearan w i Gra eal ral i ? on- i 40 SEAMEN, ALLOWANCE CONE, SEEH AID HERE Standard Oil Stops Payttflfc man Sliips' Officers. S'ine Germai - *... on steamer- I Amei icani iche P ? ? i went to the Bai e-'erci ? ing help. Kllis laland I Stati ; them i The men said thi \ ? . .?rd i >il Compan). I ranging froi ; - . ? ? ? t Qa i ? ermi but th i I ' 81 many. The anci, becaun ? ? CAR STRIKE MAY HIT RICHMOND TO-DAY Men to Act on Company's Offr They Roftiscd. The strike i | day. Employes of the meet it o'clock this afteraooa Mecftames Hall, New Hrighton. tO de4BBa ahaj their attituda will 1" A r.pr?i?r. the cai in ? praaoat. When the trolle] r.'onth thej ? ? ? ternoon offle I I 27 crn'< an hour ' * iu,r' r wss r? ? 1- at tk? - ? DROPS DEAD AT NEWS GRANDSON IS HILLED Auto Runs Down Boj and Two Deaths Resnlt. \ ag MH Street, i when an au' B wBsaf ... | ? itn. n 1 i ' had bea ? ? I ? 4> HOLLWEG BELITTLES U-BOAT fAMPAICN Says Results Aiv N Worth Trouble uitli l S Londi ? nite int'ormntion n ? ? ? /. ; mann-Ho ] I ? . ? of 1 ' lAould ea the United Statei if unlim ted tOI RI effeetively I Fall Opening Our new I 0 I 6-1 0 I 7 Pattrrns are now being rlisplnv'"^ at both our storrs. 1 he asaortment is extremely largf and thr variety o| weaves and rolorinps unu*ual. Pri< <*s KJf. suits and overroats macie to mrasure range from $20 to y M ? Amftinm TWO s TOa E s OflOAOWAV t> MINTH STRCET AND 30t 42PST OET riFTH fr MAOISON AVES* The Largest Merchant Tailormg Establishment irtthe n orl+