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V01 LXXlfO 350 I NEW YORK SA PR A AUGUST 15 19 8COP D lilboebITII8 frlnj dPIl Ir7If uo lizUon PRI W OE
NEW MOVE ON THEATRE TRUST
4D Of FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
INVOKED TUI8 TIME
j
fl mum Morri the Vaudeville Manager
and Felix Iimaa of Philadelphia Initi
ate Ute Complaint CMC I to DC
Laid Before an Investigator Today
WASHINGTON Aug 14 Efferls wore made
here today to got the support of the De
partment of Justice In checking tho opera
tions of the socalled theatrical trust
It IB the first complaint of this kind that
ties been made to the Department and it
was pushed alone toNew York where one
of the trust buVters of the Attorney
Generals offiCe happens to be attending
ether business
Lpoal capitalists formed an amusement
company and bought a site for a theatre
on H street between TETilrtoenth and Four
j teenth It was a costly location flans
for a new playhouas were drawn and work
was to be started on the building next
week Thosa Interested in tho ontorprisa
became disconcerted however by reports
In the newspapers of a mooting hold In
t New York recently at which all of tho
lrge theatrical interests of the country
were represented and at which a combina
tion was formed that Is supposed to have
i brought the theatrical business of whnt
r evtr kind tightly Into their control
The local men were fearful of going on
with their enterprise under the circum
I I stances Their amusement manager Is
II W F Thomas of New York and he had tho
f project erecting tho playhouse hand
d when the new deal of the theatrical roag
3 I ates became known About tho some time
I Mr Thomas says ho was warned ihat there
i wtlt no room for a playhouse In Washing
ton to be operated outside of the trust
end he was convinced by his own knowledge
of the situation that it would be difficult
B to get at tractions in the face of the new
1 I a triers that the trust was putting up
1 In this emergency Mr Thomas presented
t Li case to > the Department of Justice and
Ii nsked for Intervention to restrain what ho
t described as a theatrical monopoly Act
ing AttorneyGeneral Russell informed the
il complainant a special assistant of tho
j Ujpirtraent V II Roadstrom was hi New
York and advised that the complaint be
I laid before him for Inquiry
I ft is understood that tho promoter of
t e Washington theatrical enterprise is
Wlllia i Morris of New York who waa
fonneriy booking agent for tho Keith dr
ciit and afterward for the Klaw Er
linger raudoviUe circuits Mr Morris had
b Jin left outside of the breastworks when
ttM last theatrical combination was made
rri4 started la to acquire a chain of thea
tres In different cities InwHfoh he was to
csiblith a vaudeville droult of bJe own
FeUxlsman of Philadelphia t eunpoflod
to fcarab Interested with Mr fltorrtji
1 In this voeture and Wasbingto nwaa one
of t1ie firs cities to respond to represen
fUlona Mr Ismon control a theatre In
Kew > YoTtahd it was not expected that
he would bavi any difficulty controlling
more th nw one theatre in Philadelphia
and with these throe cities the first leg of
the drcuit was aesurod All this was with
out reckoning that Klaw Erlangerthe
Shubert the Kelth Interests and the other
big theatrical men and owners of theatres
generally were going to get together
Mr Thomas communicated with Mr
Morris by long distance telephone and
beard this evening that Mr Morris had
made an appointment to meet Mr Road
strom of tM AttorneyGenerals o Sloe at
r the Imperial Hotel some time tomorrow
if not tonight I
Until the local Investors see their way
clearer the foundation of tha new theatre
on H street will DO the IaidTbo character
ti of the performance intended to be given I
then was vaudeville aad Mr Thomas
f admits that it would not be poaslbla for him
4 to obtain high class aots If the ban were put
on the performers appearing at his theatre
by the powerful interests in tho combine
I To Washington roeaconaeotad With the
project for the new theatre bare am Samuel
Boss presldeatfEldridge D Jordan presi
1 dent of the Merebanta and Meobanioa
Barings Bank and A K Tor of lha A K
Fox Company traujorer
Wtlltam Morris Mid last night that he
had received from Washington that
the special Assistant AttorneyGeneral had
come here to look into complaints filed by
him Be tried to meet Mr Roadstrom
at the Hotel Imnferfal last night but foiled
and will see him this morning
Mr Morris udd that the complaints
made by him wen of alleged unlawful
attempt of the United Booking Offloe
to Induce vaudeville IJM formats who were
under contract him to desert him and
ftlgn with the syndicate He had cited a
dozen such cases bealdBe said that
the Washington authorities were also look
ing into the syndicate with regard to vio
lations of the antitrust Ja
I havejust reodred cablegram from
London tonight wlioh shows the efforts
made by the United Booking people to get
my performers away from me Bald Mr
Morris The cablegram says that Harry
Lauder who is coming over here under
my management has had a telegram from
Marinelll the London representative of
the syndioate telUng him that under my
management be will be expected to appear
at the Lincoln Square Theatre and that
the Lincoln Square is a second rate house
JUrinelll offered Lauder 14000 more than
1 am paying him to come with the United
The cablegram eays that Xauder will pay
I no attention io MarinellTs offer
Mr MorrU said that his attorney George
Levintrltt had sailed for London Wednes
day on the Mauretaala and be sent the
lawyer a wireless message asking him to
take iteps in a libel action against Marinelll
u toon as he reaches > London
HEAD WHALE WITH OWNERS TAG
J ichted on ftsnincketFlifeerateft Had At
Uchrd a Buoy to It
I
I A whale that had been harpooned to
death was pua about five mllea east
I northern of Nantuoket on Thursday by
the Italian steamship San Giorgio in yes
t terday from Messina
t The fishermen who killed the whale
i which wo unusually Wg bod attached a
tlor to it to secure ownenhtp Its ohort
Pittance from Nantucket lod the aldpper
of the San Giorgio to believe that some
I of the old whalers of the famous little bland
had been enjoying therostlvet and inv
ttnded to come out lajerwHh power beat
ptrhapa and tow the quarry to th bfob
t
CUSTOMS MEN TO THE RESCUE
Collector Fowler VltfWi With Approval
qolcb Work Tilth Ufe Prwerrcr
The auxiliary revenue cutter Outdo
Copt Patterson while1 inking Collector
Fowler and hie deputy Henry 0 Stuart
on a tolir of Inspection yesterday afternoon
osalitted in rcsculntythree of the crow of
John N RohlnsB Herreshoff AunohNata
lie who had Jumped overboard after the
Natalie was rammed by Mar C Flelsch
mann auxiliary nchooner yacht Halda
Col Fowler complimented Capt Pattersor
and his men on tholr swlfinpuf
The Halda was bound for Erie Basin tc
he overhauled and fllted out for a winter
cruise The Natalie alro was going In the
direction of the basin The launch and
the schooner exchanged no otgnals Ap
parently the skipper of thVUiiida thought
he could clear the launch Instead he hit
her nmldshlp on tho starboard tide cleav
ing her clear to her tellers some of the
tube of which were broken
Capt Rhelnhardt Engineer Joe Anderson
And n sailor of the launch fearing scalding
fron the team that soon enVeloped her
leaped overboard The Oulde was within a
cables length of the colliding croft and
headed tor them while her crew stood
by with life pre lThe three men In
tho water grabbed the life preservers which
were thrown almont within their arms
William A Todd the manager of the
Robins Dry Dock Company who was on
the Natalie climbed from her to the bow
of the Halda which wan held In the wound
she had made In the side of the launch
The Halda lowered a boat and picked the
moo off the life preservers
While the boats were together themighty
lighter Ox which roD lift a steam launch
of the dimensions of the Natalie much as A
big cop might pick up a stray twoyoar
old was summoned in n hurry and pre
vented the launch from going down after
the schooner had withdrawn her fprow
Thomen of the Guide were preparing to
pick off tho three Bwimraera with boathooks
when the boat of the Halda got them apt
Patterson Bald they would haV1 been able to
float many hours In the calm wnter of the
bay qn the life preservers BO there was
really no need of Joweringa boat from the
Guide
The engineer of the launch won lightly
cut about tho face His shipmates were
uninjured TheNatl1l1ewu badly damaged
and her deckhouse was carried away
AUTOS COLLIDE AT HOSPITAL
Injured AttendetlThero Fire Hurt Owner
of One Auto Nay Die
Two automobiles collided In front of the
Presbyterian Hospital last night ono
of the machines blowing upand burning
to scrip iron The six poou ante wore
treated for their cuts and burns in the
street by doctors who ran out from tho
hospital
Philip Dlaroond of f2 < East Flfty
Beventh street the owner of tho car who
was driving bad a party at five friends
and I he went up Park avenue atalood
speicL At SevenUeth street J > e saw a
white > steamer runnlng weatand tried to
Paul front tlt jvtwj jU h vV
ThS auto struck Diamonds rnachlne and
overturned it Everybody except the own
ers Brother Leonard wea pinned beneath
It Tho gasolene quickly took Ore and the
car burned so rapidly that ltT occupants
were all burned and scorched before they
could be pulled out v
Philip R Diamond was kenlnto the
Presbyterian Hospital with internal in
juries He is expected to die Four mem
bers of the party were cut and burned and
sent home Thoy were William Finneran
and Daniel Brennan of 453 East FUt flrat
street WA Story of 4 < EostFlftyr ghth
street and Otto Link of 441 East Fifty
Eighth street
The other oar stopped at the next block
Two girls who wore init jumped out and
went away Tho chauffeur was arrested
He Reginald Severance years old of
310 West Fortyfifth street chauffeur for a
garage keeper named Frank Fisher at
Fortythirdstreet and Sixth avenuo
OUT 97000 ON OLD GAME
Batter and Egg Man Thought He IVas
GettlQK JHaoblae That Made Monty
Hynian Lastor and his wife Rosa who
have restaurant at 31West Seventeenth
street were arrested yesterday by De
tective Summers the West Twenteth
street station on the charge of obtaining
by false pretences 7000 fromOedelie Zan
darer of MAvtenueD Lastor and his wlfsk
for years have been customers of Zanderer
who has a butter and egg store About
three weeks ago he sayai Hymaiand Rosa
his wife told him orapncle 1 cbln
that would turn 9pHI 7 from
white slips of paper It in ii h
but Zanderer say s twn OQ PD
vinced him 1 and rhar bought tbp machine
for J7000 When he triedrtor Qrklt the
machine WQuWnJfciprodjitolBroner and JSO
took it baoX tcr4h iLastbn s > Theytthr r
It in the stove he aid
In the Jefferson Markofc oOUct tMfIhN
held in 1 1000 ball for examination
rtv I
SAVED BY PRINCE OF WALES
Csjiadlan Wife Murderer Eloapeillall5lnc
by Royal InteroestleD
MONTBEA Aug 14The story oomea
from Qutbeo of the oommutatlon of a death
entenoe to life Imprisonment through the
intercession of the Prince Wales
Tbe oondemed mani was Omer Dou
obette of Quebec a member of an old French
Canadlah family who poisoned his wife
and fled with another woman Ho was
captured in Detroit brought book to Quebec
and aentenoed to be hanged today An
appeal to the Government failed
But In the course of his visit to Quebeo
the Prince of Wales dined at the Seminary
of 8t Joachim and with eomeof tbefacultyof
Laval University One ortt e Laval faculty
Is a man who married Douchettes aliter 1
and It was whispered to tbe Prince that the
fathers would deem It a favor if be
would intercede for Ute murderer
It appears that he did this cabling his
father the King and causing the death
sentence to bo changed to one of life Im
prisonment Yesterday Douchette was
brought from Quebec and is now In the
St Vincent de Paul penitentiary
HUOqESS VACATION OVER
Governor Will Be Back la Albany Teday
To Speak at Co ity Pain
AUJAKT Aug It Gov Hughes and
his family will return to the Executive I
Mansion tom orrow night Thy hay
been at Baranao Lake alnoe the last week
of June The Governor expects to rnake
five or olx speeches week during then t
hre weieks at founty fairs and like ocea
fIOM
of
RIOTERS POT CITY IN TERROR
TAKE REVENGE WHEN CHEATKD
OF CHANCE TO LYNCH NEOROES
One Man Shot Dead AutomobileDestroyed
Restaurant Wrecked add Docrai of Per
sons AMtultodProhlbltlon pretlden
tial Candidate Chann Htt THth Brick
SromanBLD Jll Aug 14 Alt the de
tachments of militia here including Troop
D First Cavalry Company C Fifth In
fantry and the gatllnggun ssctlon of the
Fifth Infantry with the Bra dspirtmsnt
and the polloe were unable to quell a mob
that tonight rushed about the dty threat
ening an attack upon tho county jail hurling
bricks at the mjlltla and police and shouting
for a lynching
Just before midnight there was a battle
In Washington street between Sixth and
Eighth streets where there Is aro of
negro resorts Hundreds of shots were
fired H Is said negroes fired upon tho
f I sd nol fr up
mob from second story windows
JaN Scott white was shot through the
left lung and Thomas Snell of Sherman
through the left shoulder Their Injures
are serious
8eg
Stores conducted by negroes were
Stor cnducte nelcs we
I wrecked guns wore stole from windows
and plato gloss windows smashed
The rioting was precipitated by a
criminal assault before daylight this mom
Ing by a negro who crept into the home of
Mrs Earl Hallam dragged her from her
Mr dagher
b into her lan where he assaulted
her and let her unconscious Her hus
band a street railway conductor was away
from homo at the Um
ToY a negro named George Richard
son waa arrested and taken to the home
In WCt te
of r Hallam She said she believed he
was her assailant Offloera thought he
was story not the man as be told a pretty straight
storI a oell net to Richardsons was O
James aoe who a few weeks ago
entered the home of CeA Bollard
and attempted lolultb eighteen
yearold daughter and In a fight with tho
girls father otabbed him to death A
mpb this afternoon assembled at the Jail
crying for the blood of both prisoners
T evening when the crowd became
menacing the Sheriff called for ait auto
mobile to be sent to the jail at anappolnted
hour A few momenta before that time
he had the fire department make a run
t within a block of the jail The crowd
ran to the scene ofthe pretendedfire and
while the mob WM thus broken up deputies I
put the negro prisoners In tho automobile
hued the through the city flagged an
Alton train and took the prisoners t
Bloomingtpn
< Tonight theroob > at thojell haregrew
t thousands and fully 8000 aojL
surged through the etfwtenearAbyr At
SoUilock Troop D charged down the street
clearing the walks A volley o bricks
came frt mob John Brown well and i
Harry White were thesoldiers hit
H wr among teolder hi
While the entire polio force Sheriffs I
for and militia wore endeavoring t quell
the mob at the jail hundreds crowded
round the restaurant o H T Loher in the
business district
The crowd bad beard that the negro
prisoners h been taken from the city in
Loners automobile and for this bricks
were hurled through tpJat glass
is
windows electric alga were shattered
and Lohers automobile was torn to pieces
T crowd grew and the police were
powerless The mob then rushed through I
the streets shouting Ntggerl at every I
negro they saw
In tbe Court House square Eugene W
Chafln Prohibition candidate for President 1
of the United States was delivering a
addreea He t red t take his handkerchief
from 0 back pookot The rioters thought
Terotrtoulhi
ho waa preparing to draw agun andaome
one buried a brick which struck him I
was a glancing blowand did JJtUe Injury
but it broke up the meeting
Fergo OToole well known in the Seventh
ward was alleged to have made threats
Tbe police arrested him and the mob threw
bricks After a deperate fight with tho
mob In whlob OToole WM nearly disrobed
be was landed In jail
Three negroes whom tho crowd attacked
and beat took refuge late tonight
Ad bt severely tk rugo lte tnlght
in th Sheriff offloe Throw mombsre of
the galling g eton were wounded by
the mob The were taken care of In the
Sheriffs offlce
I < Aootdon of troops has ben put around
Lhojallnnda committee of relatives of Mrs
H ala taken through the Jai by Sheriff
Werner to prove that the negroes were not
thereAt
tere
At t oclock the mob again gathered at
Lepers restaurant and nearly everything
to the place was destroyed
r Peorla and other cities have been called
upon for troops t quell the rl tTe
chob Is In complete possession a Fifth and
Monroe street here at 10 1 M 10000
people blocked the street More mlMllee
were hurled tthe Loper restaurant
we Lpr lturt
Lopera wrecked automobile was burned
The Are department waa sent t this oomer
and the water was turned on the crowd A
detachment of the mob out the hoe and
forced the firemen back
The rot grew more violent toward midnight
Te gW twar ml
night and Louis Johnson of IMS East Rey
uolds street was shot through the neck at
Uopers restaurant and Instantly killed
A op named Mlllcn waa shot through the I
irjoV Three more soldiers were Injured I
jy thrown missiles I
EtxjoMiNOTOWj til Aug 16The Bloora
nglon militia h been ordered to Spring
field to control the rioters Troop B Fifth
> valry and Company D Fifth Infantry
lef i a train at midnight >
PLEAD IN TBB jaOULD CASE
Ball for MrsTestMouley and Mitt Flew
ths Is CtraUnned
Mr Ben Teal wife of the stage director
BaB Moualny a private detective
and Mis Julia Fleming were arraigned In I
General Sessions yesterday on the Indict
ments for attempted subornation of perjury
jased on the charge that they attempted
to manufacture false evidence Apt
Fk Gould in the suit for divorce brought
against him by his wife I
apnt pleaded not guilty and the ball I
on which they h been held I thepolloe
court w continued 1 was IWo I
that the lawyers for at let two of the
deed Mrs Teal and Moutley wlV
makoi a motion next Thursday t tospect
U u fof th Grand Jwrr
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WINSTON CHUBCHILL fO MAflKY
FsemtttOCeme DttQEtiter or
Sir Henry Iloxler Is Annoonoed
Sptelal CaW Detpatdt ui Ttrt Sow
LONDON AlgUThe PitW ABsooia
tlon adya It Is authorized to announce that
Winston Spencer Churchill Pretl eni ot
tO Board of Trade will marC ntrl
Hozlor daughter of tho lat Sir Henry
Hoxler KO B secretary of roy
who died In February In Panaina The
wedding i probably take place In tho
autumn
Miss Bole la 2 years old She ha a
I le artistic bent She was reared
under tho chsperonagqof Lady StarJoy of
AI ely and Lady St Heller She e
I hair her feaUiros are cbsalo and ohe Is
slim and graceful She Is widely read and
a aeoompliahed musician She epcaka
half a dozen languages
Her mother Lady Hosier Ian nunt of
the present Earl of Alrlie she being ndAUgh
ter of the seventh Earl The Hoxlers and
ChurohliU have been frlends or1 fn but
it was only recently that the friendship
between Winston Churchill and Mifco Hozler
was regarded as having sny epcolai sig
nificance The engafteraent was entered
upon Wednesday
Winston Churchill wilt be B years old
on November 3 He It a bachelor
MB B BHVVWMV > IM ft
FIRE FlOttTINO LOCOMOTIVES
1OIIES
i i f
Pennsylvania Kqulp fleveateeti J f f t
Trotee IPIt pr ftpperty
The Pennsylvania Hajlrotd has organized
for the protection of its property in and
about Pittsburgv something new In the lino
of fire departmenta Ut equipped
seventeen locomotives with flro hose and
pumping machinery enabling them t
own furnish tanks a strong stream o t from their
These looomotlveahava other things to
T8loDtVebv
do besides watting for flrea and fighting
them They do swltcbiag In the Pennsylvania
sylvania yards O the side Tire atermsr
however have the On call pn their eerrlcea >
The territory between PjtUbUrs and
Swissvale eight mllw b been dlridcd
Into five districts with a separata flre alarm
signal for each section Whan a flre 1
discovered the alarm fo thai district is
sounded and all englass wlftln that dis
trict must drop the ir0frv0iij ifbten they
myb engaged and hurry to tha Ore
These fire flitting loooreotlves have the
right of way On a gonerel < alarm every
fire fighting engin Is sumrtojied
fsUn
The Flttsburg possenRetjrard the local
freight yards at Denny cqWeth Wllklns
D1oe
burgyard the bulialaga at Du uasno
station at Grant street
CmgtetUo Orat tt Tent
elxth street Shadyside East Liberty
Wllklnsburg andBwteivale sttloB4 are in
the protected e se Inaddltloa thaflre
fighting loopmotives ar i eJtb
ftst 5 > 4 awpotnt wi
it acertawexten Sj Ij i
tectton t tw ntyftre or thirty biles
Erery member oC the switching arews
b be ntratncdtntho handling of flre
apparatus and allof the roeqare required
to test tb apparatus on ttie engines at
least once a week Likewise each engineer
when going < 0 duty every day examines
ibis pump and hose to satisfy himself Jhat
JPah Chlsrjt
they a working properly Drills are
conducted utlntervals
DITRICHSTEIN WANTS BLOOD
Hot Being Able Gf1 Del WithMajor
I Sehavolr He WentGe te fcsw
STAMFORD Conn Aug 14 Ina state
mentgiven out today after l conference
with his lawyer Leo Dltrichsteln tb actor
admitted that be bad sent a formal challenge
atted h t forloh
lenge to Major Frederick Bobavoir to fight
a duel with pistols after Major Sohavotr
knocked other day him dan and beat him here tb
I told Major Sohavolf what I thought
of such cowardly oonduct Ditrichstein i
said and just as soon as I got home I
wrote him aformal challenge to settle the
matter In a pistol duel that being the I
method of wiping out an Insult of this kind
in the land in which we both were born
I have juBtbeon In consultation with my
lawyer and advises me that I have an
excellent cauee for a civil action but this
dOM not Interest me The only redress I
desire Is unfortunately prohibited by law
Therefore no far as I am concerned the In
cident Is cloned
Major Schavoir refused to treat the chal
lengeseriously He sent Dltrichsteln alone
letter In which ho ridiculed him and his
proposition
It was a childish letter < MUd Ditrich
Bteta and I tore It up as soonas I read it
O P OF THE PALATERIS FREE
Frank Has Faeed a Jodie of General
NMiloBt Pear Times
You have a charmed life you seem to
enjoy that distinction In your family r
Judge Malone of General Sessions made
this comment yesterday when he dis
charged with reluctance Frank Palateri
18 years old who baa been one of he Cherry
street terrors Palateri i of a family
which has known a good deal of crime and
its consequences His father walked across
the street one day and killed a man Ho
died in the electric chair at Sing Sing In
August Since then Frank has not had the
companionship of two of his brothers
because one of them has been Id Elmira
and the other In Sing Sing
That hasnt worried Frank nrooh how
ever aa he ha had troubles of hU own
Four times be has faced a Judge of General
Sessions on different charges Eioh time
the jury disagreed The last time ha waa
accused of robbing a sillor of t2Tt In
Cherry street t
When the jury had dlsgreed tbe District
Attorneys offloe gave it up Mr Jerome
beat assistants had tried hintbefore Judges
Malone Roealsky Mulquecn and Foster
but nothing hadbeen accomplished i
j
LAST RITES FOR TONY PASTOR
Theatrical Mans Condition No Worse but
There Isnt Much Hope cf Reeeverr
Tbe condition of Tony Pastor ths actor
and managerwho haabeen elok abed I
at bis home In Elmhurst elnco aatMoa
day was reported last night as being
about theeame There bad been no re I
lapse from the rally r tbe day before
Mr Pastors ratureand pulse were
normal bta mind waa clearand vigorous
and be waa able totake nourishment 1111
Nevertheless prospect of reoovi
ore not briibt Tba last ritea t tile Ch a
have been administered br haeeaor
VtXbitt XaAw 1L
GAS KILLS TWO IN CONDUIT
SIX OF THOSE WHO WENT TO
THE RESCUE OVERCOME
Comrades and Firemen Go Iqtp das Filled
Hole Are Knocked Oat Revived and
Go Back to Try Attain Five Flre
men SnfTerrleotrlelani Were Killed
Four electricians who wore working in a
conduit under the southeast pom rot
Eighth avenuo and Fortyfifth street and
six of a resdulng party were overcome by
gas yesterday aftcruooh One of the
l electricians died In the conduit and another
la the street after be had been lifted put
AH the resauer exoapt one were firemen
of Truck 4 at Fortyeighth street ana Eighth
avenue
The men who were killed were Peter
Collins 60 years old of 533 East Twelfth
street and Michael Muldoon 5 of vlis
West Seventeenth street Both worked for
the Empire City Subway Company which
owns the conduit for telephone at d teleV
4
graph wires
Those who were overcome wee James
Hoollhan foreman of the Job Thomas Fite
Blmmons rpdman of 300 East Thirty
seopnd s Samuel A Johnson of 155
Weel Twentyilxth street who Vohinteered
In the rescue work and Fireman John F
MoOney Walter P Yarrow Tbomai A
Dormody Martin C Wllner and John J
Johnson
The bottom of the conduit sixteen feet
underground was covered with eight
inches of water and Collins and FltBslmmona
were the first to descend through the man
hole to dean It Foremen Hoollhan and
Muldoon were busy with a manhole cover
at Fortysixth streot FUzslmmoos saw
Colllnn keel over and drop into the water
He hurried down and picked up Collins
but felt bis own strength going so dropped
his man and scrambled out He fell un
conscious to ttie street
Foremen Hoollhan andMuktooaaaw him
and dropped into the manhole after CoIUos
They succumbed to tbe powerful fumes
collapsed and fell on the body of Collins
Fltmlmmons got his strength back and
again went Into the hole wclle sovoral
persons bustled for a rope In his weak
ened condition FHolmmons WM unable Jo
resist the gas and toppled over on the bodies
of the otherthree >
Some ono called Capt Daly land reeerves
from the West Forty eeyenth sr > es station
and Truck 4 from Fortyeighth strce Ann
butancea also were called from Beflerue
Flower and Roosevelt hospitals4
MeahwhUn JnueJAJohnIODbad en
tered the conduit ond fastened a rope
around Hoollhan Both Wen hauled out
Johnson fainted Th i the work t > f < rescu
ing the other tbre men In the conduit was
directed by acting Fire Chief Langford
He wasaosJeUd by octteifBaitalloa ChleJ
I Aheora of the NJnthBftttaHdn sad Capt 1
Jd ofTtelCtOipt
and hto reserve heM back the crowd
I Fireman Wilnerwtnt Into the hole with I
a rope and after him on U ladder were
Dermody and John Johnson They got
outFIUslmmons but were overoomothcm
aelyes Ambulance doctors and cUltena
worked over the Tour Firemen Yarrow
and Mooney slipped down the ladders As
I they struggled with the body of Muldoon I
they went over Fireman Schneider went
after them Ho managed to get ropes
around both his comrades and helped
those handling the ropes at the opening
Wllner and Yarrow had been revived and
they recovered the body of Collins He
was dead when taken out Muldoon died
shortly after he was dragged to the street
Coroner Dooley ordered that the bodies
of Collins and Muldoon be kept at theMorgue
pending an investigation In the opinion
of Capt Fltegerald there was a combina
tion of sewer and illuminating gas In the
I conduit The Consolidated Gas Company
had a force 6f men digging la the neighbor
hood last night hunting for leaking gas
mains
SUES TOOEIIl1S DAUGHTER
Mount Vernon Maa Sara JIll Wlie Deserted
Him and Kidnapped Tnrtr OUId
WIUTK PLAINS Aug 14 George W
I Meaner a well known resident of Mount
Vernon filed a petition In the Supreme
Court here today for a writ of habeas
corpus for the production of hU seven
yearold daughter Florence who he al
l gllJ has been kidnapped by his wife
Mrs Mary Moaher who now lives in
Yonkers
Moaher has been fighting for tho pos
session of his child for months Recently
Supreme Court Justice Morsohauser denied
his Application for the possession of his
daughter He says in his petition that his
wife has abandoned him seven times the
last abandonment April 10 last
since when she has not returned to his
home On May ahe nayshla wife visited
his home while he was absent and kid
napped their daughter and took her to
Yokers Once he went to Yonkers ana
took the child from her mother but ahV
managed to get her back He says he Is
attached to his child and desires to educate
herAttached
Attached to the petition Is akitterfrom
the Rev F J Flynn of the Stored Heart
Church of Mount Vernon who certifies to
the good character of Moaner I
v BALLOON IN CITY STREET
WaihlnKtoa Heights Folk Gather to See
It Baal
Windows x
The tenants of the Washington Court
apartments West 144th streat just GUt
Broadway hada lot of fun for half an
hour Jut bight with a big half Inflated
balloon which came down in front the I
apartment house The balloon banged
against thethird and fourth story windows
of the house waking up the neighborhood
Arthur Berry an aeronaut made an
ascension tin tha balloon from Palisade
Park at Fort Leo about 890 oclock The I
ascent was successful Berry going up j
about 5000 feet He jumped free with the
parachute and landed In the middle of the i t
Hudson He wu picked upvby George
Osgus in hli naphtha launch Klytie and t
landed at Fort Lee s
The balloon drifted slowly east and came
down in front of theWashington Courtt
The balloon swaved back and forth and
a crowd cbUected The tenants of he
apartment house were frightened ft first
but when no windowswere broken they
went to the street to look thlna ovw The
baflooa stopped a th front eitrshoa of a
ftalooband BO OR ooujd L la Later
UP
1 HASKELL WRITES BRYAN SONGS
And Will Take aJslflfer f Vtn Him When
He MpBsti lie Stump
9t7T11RtBQklaAugt4Freah fron
a conferncowlth WilUam Jennings Bryan
r and other national leaders at Lincoln
Gov C N Hasj U national treasurer
is opendUng hls sparer momenta writing
I campaign songs
Newspaper men and others who balled
I today were niktd to listen and pass judg
ment while ho sang several selections
telling of tho gloriei f Bryan and Demoo
racy Tonight he i employed Hani P
Bee cf Ardmore a Legislature clerk to
accompany hlni on his speaking trips and
sing the HnsMoll pongs
HEIR EXPECTED IN HOLLAND
v
Annonncemeni bi MBdeiThat Qoren ml
tielmlna H toBe a Mtrther
Stttto Cult I Dtipauk to TffB ScrJJ
APELDOOBN Netherlands Aug 14
Itls announced that Queen Wilhelmlna
expects to be a mother
In 1601 after the Queen of Holland had
recovered from a serious illness bar people
were bitterly disappointed by tho report
that there nrobably would bie no heir to
the throne Slnoq then the question ol
succession has been much discussed at
European capitals
I UP TO 90 AGAIN i
HIUi the Humidity Nearly taVneomfort
able Hop for Tomorrow
The iemperature got to its maximum of
SO degrees at V oclock yesterday It
achieved the same distinction the day
before two hours earlier The Wash
ington prophets dhold out the hope of
coolness In Uiolr forecast for today they
limit themselves to remarking that It will
be fair but deolare deflnitely that we
are going tobay showers tomorrow with
ooolneisnnd yoriable winds
The humidity yesterday was pretty
nearly aa unoomfortablo as on Thursday
belrife OS per cent 11t8A M and I no at 8
P M The wind which In dAylight had
been rqojitly from the south where it was
hot shifted northwest in the evening
and gaf e promise of dragging down eom
of the refreshment that a special forecast
Bays vl drifting this way from the Rocky
Mountain rejgioii
HOTEL MEN BOOM 8OLDT
UpState Want Uie Waldorf Proprietor as
petneeraub canMdate
AlAAtnr Aug 14 The friends of George
C Boldt of the WaldorfAstoria are sug
geeUng his name as an acceptable Candida
for the Democratlo noailnaUon for Gov
ernor thla fall y Mr Boldt Is the prealdon
of the Now York City Hotel Mens Aasocla
Uon and aa Influential member of the State
Hotel Mens AissocUtlon The upState
hot men are working up Bold seatimont
ur i1 t q 1oent The hotel
Qofi rMye t unusually atroci
Ifl espftcWIy interestoc
a Whkh Mr pietent peittoila
1 agal raaytalco
liberty fal on may >
in BALLOTS AND NO CHOICE
Veto la < JMUi Dbtrlct RepaMlMia Con
messtoaal CeaVenUm Uaeaanved
WATBBTOWH Aug UIn thn Republican
Congressional convention for the Twenty
eighth district comprising the counties of
Jefferson Lewis and Oswego 163 ballots
have been taken > without a choice The
vote on the but ballot was the same as t
on the first and all others every county
standing by Its nominee It was expected
last night that today the Lewis county
delegates would break for Hunt but Con
gressman Knapp the candidate from that
county refused to release them
Mr Hunt Jefferson countys choice
charged the deadlock to the op position of
former Senator Elm R Brown and former
Forest Fish and GameCommisalonerD C
Middleton They are strongly against htm i
because his nomination would mean the
loss of the patronage they havo long con I
trolled The convention has adjourned
from Oswego to Pulaskl and will meet
there Monday
DR CHADWICK BANKRUPT
BN
MBF
Will Ask Ceart te Oear UpConnroUon With
Wifes Flaanelal Affairs
CLKTBL4KD Aug UDr Leroy M
Chadwlok huaband of the late Caaale
Chadwlck who died a year ago ut the
Ohio Penitentiary while serving a Fed
eral Bentenoe for conspiring to wreck the
Oberlln National Bank Iatoeeek relief
in the bankruptcy oourt
This annoonoemont was made today
by Jay P Dawley attorney for Dr Chad
wick
Dr Chadwiok bas no aseets said Mr
Dawley Tike purpose of the petition is to
clear tip a lot of old ooBsplioatlons arising
from the Chadwlok affair with which the
world familiar Be was involved In a
number noted cases The petition Is to
clear this situation and for other pur
pose Dr Chadwlok with his daughter Mary has
been In Florida since his wifes conviction
He Is almost penniless his property in
Euclid avenue with his personal property
having gone to aid his Vlfo He desires to
return to Cterelaod to practise ediclne
IntUctmenta agalntt him in conneotloa with
the Cbadwlok case were quMhed DOme
months ago
GATHERING PEW IBS FOR BRYAN
Thirty Ctott Leagae is aao limp
tloet Frmrd dana
HABTTOBD Crrr Ind Aug u A Thirty
Cent League the object of which lato
raise thUty cent BUbacriptiona the
Bryan campaign fund has been started
here and In < ne hour tfe members raiaed
more than 30 and forwarded it to the treas
urer of the Democratlo ajaUonal ooramlttee
Steps are now beint taken j o extend
the n w leatuea operaU0M throughout the
State and ultlniate4ythrou ltMUnon
The subdcriptlons are limited to SO cents
ani offera of larger amounts will be de
clined
The men In charge propoaeto work with
out compensation asd It bsHsvod thaa
mnalderable fund caa bBraised < > t
GUTBRIB Okla Aug 14Dollar sub
ecriptlona foe the Bryan campalfnfttnd
are not coming rapldly M barjaln ooonter
methods are txtog reabrtedrto DaD
cratlo papers are offeriat priae to tho
son bringing hi the io9t dcDw
IODB by a certain ttey a d are
al < 6 to publish tha naa of aD doo =
GOT Haaken is wrtog Djsraooratkj papers
uiilaa them to toportuae tUtrr
fu cl
JoI h
THOMAS IN AOTO BITS
f
Bf ftS LEO JjISUJflAtQ jM
SMASH NEAfc LONG BttANCJfir
HeWai Ditvtnr bar Which HUMaii iff
Miles an flour and thilcn l V
was Ootar 1BCo cn Brokcn t
Pieori ba OceapaniQ Not itioeh 1
f r ti 1
E R Thomaa i driving the I1
UOholUpo1J HOfAbklai automobile I
Elllottr Shenard dfoyeln tho Grand Pri
In 1804 nndIn the Vanderbllt cup race hi
1C07 when Ifkllled otman collidedhedoa
with a team of hordes drawlna a ooacb
containing three persons at Hollywood
near Long Branch early tast Jroveniaip
Thomass right legwas dislocated Beta
horses had their legs broken and were Sfe6t
at o once
The occupantsof ttbeco werjelMrs
Hyman Cohen and her daughter Hftten
ot3 Weet Elghtyaavonth strootyICaW
York and their coachman Daniel 06th
nolly Although the carriage was smwfeed
to flinders and Mrs Qoheh and her daughtiM
were thrown abmodistancethey oppMred
io be suffering from nothing more I
thanshockwhenthey ere ple1i d1i
The icpachman JwaB thrown tweiS t
over a hedge and his collarbone brc eti
The only other occupant of tho oar W53
Horace Johnson the chauffeur wub jf
beside Mr Thomas Johnson wu wite
Jured Mr Thomass leg it la thooa
was struck by the pole of tbeoacbi
Ho didnt kpow It was ClL loc ted Untlihe
stepped out of the disabled auto ta io ft
the police t onln a carriage Tb9 oUoi
then cent him on to the Monmouth Qasjerrfr
Hospital and arrested the chauffeur Instead
Thomas will bo arrested before he wave
the hospital Jii
Persona who saw the collidon say toat
Thomas waa driving at least eeventyCflv
miles on hour Bicycle Policeman Ledyard
of Elberon who oBn go forty miles as how
on hU motoToycle took afterJh ca wbi
It went through Elberon threequa Ce riJb
a mUe from where the coUlilon oojjunraa
but was soon outdistanced 8o6nBf tejQv
policeman gave up the chase the oarJWV
rowly missed striking anojbef VaW w
Pakanasee Lake hall a mile fronxElberoa
The coach and team belonged to EpqQ
Seollg proprietor of the EnlckerboclfSf
Stables in West Fiftyrfourtb street Bskfftd
leased the rig by the month to HyraiqCoh
who is occupying oneof thecotttgMown 4
by oxSuperiijtcndeqt of PoUce M rray 41
New York jn t edit avenue HoUyWOffii
Lato In the afternoon the coeh M f
Cohen residonoe with Mr andMrsyCblw i
thelrdaughter dTcblasLrHobE7naii < thsJr
guest The cowhmandroy dlrcptto
HollywoodHotel wheroCohen aadJftel 1
oto t I
Mrs Oohen andfasf dt S +
tO ISGuOBfoIiAdrf tto jjB
started diagonally across 9oM JI
toward Cedar stre t They had i it
reached Cedar street whenceauto Obir i
came te < uiDg alongv and struck thaVUfij
before the oaochman jOduld do anyiH t
The occupants of the carriage wsrsjiirq
In dlfforont directions and thetcarrlaj
was wrecked Tho horses fell groaSf
into the street The two mea Io thft autb
kept their eata
Many looswho witnessed theooliUIoia
ran to the aadatance of Mrs Cohea and
her daughter and all were surprUe J tp
find them uninjured They were takea a
onde to their home where Dr Edward
Sternberger was called to attend tbsm
He found that they woe tufferiae onlyV
from shock i
The coachman was picked up andasni
to the Monmouth General Hospital asd
Dr C TCattanach a veterinarysurysMi 1
was summoned to look at the hones Be
ordered them b t
On tho statement of witnesses that tN
i car waa going seventyfive mUes all
hour Mr Thomas was ordered to get oiit
of the car which was putout of busters
through the smashing of its radlatoriaj
go to the Long Branch polloe station J 61
oarriagei When be tried to walk befowa4
that he had boon Injured As sooa a M >
reached the hospital Dr Edward T yjaU
ef Rod Bank waa called and h set AsV
leg Tha polloe decided not to dltarbMr1
Thomas last nb ht but he will 6e
this morning ItIssald
The chauffeurs story is that I eed
Mr Thomaa left Thomass stock fajfm at
iHolmdell N J yesterday > rnQpsr
went to Farmingdalo returning hoi bjr1
way of Ocean avenue Long Branch Jobja
son said that the speadometAr hadtfealii
working badly and that It was ImpossthU
to tell how fast ths car was going I 1
When we got near Cedar avernueT said of
Johnson warned Mr Thomaa toloek j
out for the carriage Just aHhat m < mj <
hew fumbling with his goggle t l
Imagine he had a spOok ot duat Iq b1i ii
As coon as I spoke 4o him he Jamau4 Ms k
foot on the brake but It was too lat 3
Th yHotohkla4 raber wbloh ftfural 9 1M f
collision has bad a reniaTkeblereoonlr jtJ >
has a yellow body and was Daad pareljrTor J
racing purpoeos After Itmade a goeCl t
pre the Grand Prix in MEttMfe
Shepard brought It OTCT here aadraeedil
in the Yandsrbllt cup raoo tten xt jreir >
The oar went out of theraoewhon It miII
a man along the oourse r
Soon after tha cup raw TJ ffTtniinn
bought ILThe oarhad cost about MdMO
itobuUd but Thoma COtlfforltt
wuen t red In many races by the Hotchkiii
representatives here and made a good
showing A yearorsoagorltwMf boutfK
by FG Lewis who later sold It to Hurrj1
Levey Levey didnt makb full payasht
on the oar and on July 4 when It was re4jr
to compete In the races at Long Branch
under Leveys name It wu attached
jtrvy has since turned It back to Lewjs
In the races at Jamaica several montb
ago the car cleaned up QrearlaUtM
races making ninety l tI r
over rough roads 11 TCW <
John WDeLaroater or1
Holchkbs Import Company wld teMlU t
that th a bomp ny hoped to enter < Us eiurjbk
the Vanderbllt cup race thW fall k
Nocaan living ought to rua that dst csi
theroad5aldMrDeIjarnater < foiltwa
bnllt for racing exduiiverjr ht
The oars low speed U erfd tobs H Hdts i
the oecond 00 and the third tliwWt fcs
ut track the high speed can wsfly otrry
It along at tOO Blles Johneon the ehMf t i
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Tbomas pt HOC cash bail to lii J
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