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Wallace Martarlane Says Sa the Exptdlntc ExptdlntcIs
Is I for the Governor to Decide Qntiff QntiffDoesnt On onII onIIDoesnt II IIUoesnt
Doesnt Uelleve Ilafftns lfml Oath About AboutCluonl AboutCluoni Aboc AbocClasons
Clasons Point Land Spcculatlot SpeeulUonWallaoo SpcculatlotWallace 8peculaUonWalloo
Wallace Macforlane appointed b bOov by byOoT byGov
Oov Hughes a commissioner oommla loner to examin examinthe examlnothe
the charges brought against Borough BorouglPresident DoroughProeident BoroughPresident
President Louts F Haffen of The Bronx Bronihas Bronxhas Bronxhoe
has made hid report to the Governor GovernoiThe GovernorThe
The commissioner recommends tho die diewa dltmissal dismlMal
wa missal of e a number of the charges bu bupicks but butplou butpoke
picks out three Nos IS 15 and 10 relating relattnito rel relatingto tlng tlngto
to the specifications for the b1Jldlng b1Jldlngof bulldln bulldlnof
of a borough court house louae to the Clason ClasonPoint CluonsPoint ClasonePoint
Point road and to the Hunts Point Park Parkand Parkand Parkand
and says that on theM three charges chargesor
V or on any of them alone he baa not noheeltation n nhesitation no nohe <
hesitation he 1tntlon In concluding that the re respondent reapondent reepondent
i spondent has h been guilty of misconduct mlsoonducwhich mlaoonductwhloh
which should subject subj ot him to removal removalWhile removalWhlls removalWhile
While I find he says that th threspondent the therespondent therespondent
respondent has greatly abused his dis discretlonary dieeretlonary discretionary
cretlonary powor in falling to enforce euforcmore enforoemore enforcemore
more stringently the time clauses of th thcontracts the thecontracts theoontracte
contracts as alleged in charge 2 relating relatlnto relatingto
to the remissions remla lons of liquidated damages damagesand
l and that the time statement sta menta In hi hifinal hefinal his hisfinal
final certificates to the Finance Depart Department Dopartment Department
ment were In many Instances untrue untruethat untruotbllt untruethat
that as alleged In charges 4 and S th thspecifications the theepecUleations theepeeltlcations
° specifications for wood block paving pavlnion pavingwt
wt on the Southern Boulevard B were no noproperly not notproperly notproperly
properly enforced by the chief englneeand engineer engineerand
i and hlsprlnclpal his principal assistant in charge o otho of ofthe
1 the Bureau of Highways that as alleged allegein allegedin
I in charge 7 the idothod n + thod of charging charglniexpenses charglnli chargingexpenses
i expenses of preliminary surveys to the thistreet thestreet
7 street improvement fund fun d was entirely entirelywrong entirelywrong entirelywrong
wrong and indefensible and the rospon rospondents responV
4 V dents certificates to the engineers engineerspayrolls engtneerapayrolls engineerspayrolls
payrolls were thereby rendered mac inaccurate maccurate ¬
it curate and misleading that the method methodof methodsof
of the property clerks office were for foitho fort forthe
1111 the reasons alleged in charge 12 slovenly slovenlycareless lovenlyj
t j careless and dangerous that there waino was wasno WUno
no system y tem of accounts worthy of th thname the thename thename <
f name established e in that office and that thaIn thatjff thatc
c jff In rejecting the bids for the pumping pumplnjwork pumpingwork pumpingwork
work on the storm relief sewer ll Wer as alleged allegoin allegedIn <
in charge 12 the respondent re was guilty guiltof
of a breach breachof of official duty dutyI I do no nothink not notthink notthink
I think those matters either singly o otaken or ortaken ortaken
taken together of sufficient gravity gravltyto gravltytowarrant U Uwarrant to towarrant
warrant a recommendation of removal removalWith removalWith removalw
w With some eomeof of them indeed the respondent respondeniIs
Is not directly concerned concernedThe
The subject of charges 91011 9 10 11 and 14 14In UIn 14In
In which is charged the th excessive eaoe alve employ employment employment employment ¬
ment of laborers in the bureaus of high hlghI highways highways ¬
I ways sewers and public buildings anc ancoffices and andOrlce andemcee
offices and the matter of incompetent incompetentofficials IncompetoatofticlaJs incompetentomctals
officials the commissioner finds mud mudmore muchmor muciimore
more eorloua sartousProbably eorlouaProbably I IProbabJythemostvlcloWl
Probably ProbabJythemostvlcloWl the most nioetvicious vicious manifesta manifestation 1nanJleattonor enanUeabiTtlonofmunicipal ¬
tion tonor of municipal munIcJPaJextrafqapce extravagance theccrn theccrnlaiteilisarstyy the COBS COBSmlesloasrsays comtile
laiteilisarstyy Ttlonofmunicipal mlesloasrsays is the establishmente establishmenteneedless t btrbmolmt ot otneedI ofr <
r needless needI positions pos1Uoasand and tbo employment of olexcessive ofeXQeBaIvo ofexoesslvo
excessive numbers of officials and labor laborers ¬
ers as II well as the appointment to neces necessary neoBllsary noesnary ¬
sary offices of persons poorly qualified qualifiedCommissioner qualifiedI qualifiedCommissioner
I Commissioner Comm IIIloner Macfariane Is decided In tnbis InI inbls
his own mind that the Borough Borou h President Presidenthas
has loaded his payrolls with a very ex excessive exCJfJ6 oxoeeetve ¬
I cessive CJfJ6 lye force very much greater than thacthe thanthe thanthe
the public work of the borough requires requiresBut
But be finds the charge b difficult dim of proof proofAnd prooland proofand
and remarks that It may be said alsowith also a1aoWIth alsowith
with some force that for this extravagant extravagantexpenditure extranpntexpenditure extravagantexpenditure
expenditure on needless officials and la laborers laI laborers
I > borers which In a certain sense does doeinot doeaj doesnot
j not Involve an accusation of personal personalmisconduct personalmlsoonduct personalmisconduct
misconduct the proper remedy Is proba probably probablypolltloal probably ¬
bly blypolltloal political to be applied by the doctors electonat lcdoraat
at the polls rather than by executive executiveaction executivectlon executiveaction
action actionThe actionThe ctlonThe
The three matters of the borough court courtlioua courtI
5 I lioua houethe the Clasons Point road and qd the theHunts theHunr theHunts
Hunts Point Park however he considers oonstdento 0 < m81dersto
to be of a very different description descriptionHo
Ho substantially charges the BoroughPresident Borough DoroughPresldont BoroughPresident
President with serious personal mis misconduct mlsconduot misconduct ¬
conduct The charges he says have havebeen haybeen havebeen
been proved and present a proper case cosefor Callefor casefor
for removal removalThe removalIne removalThe
The thirteenth charge the first of the thathroo thothroo thethroe
throo upon which Mr Macfarlane bases baseshis bIUIeSbla baseshis
his recommendation for the removal of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Borough President is I cut follows followsHe fol1o s sHe
He has permitted the use of specifications specificationsfor
for a contract subsequently executed flXe uted March
1000 for the building bundl of the Bronx borough boroughCourt borouahCourt boroughCourt
Court House which In effect elfeetreatrlcted elfeetreatrlctedcompetition restricted restrictedcompetition restrictedcompetition
competition by plainly designating a pref preference preruence preference ¬
erence for a particular granite to wit witbucks witit witDucks
it bucks Harbor Harborto to be betound found only onlYlt at a cer certain certaln certaco ¬
taco Inaccessible quarry In Bucks Harbor HarborMe harborle
le Me Ie In which quarry his political asso associates assodates 50 501fJ ¬
1fJ t elates were Interested InterestedWilliam InterestedWilliam interestedWilliam
William E Morris a former Alderman Aldermanand
and a Democratic district leader In The TheBronx Thet TheBronx
t Bronx Mr Macfarlane finds Is a native nativeof
II of South Brookvlllo Me near which the thequarry thel thequarry
l quarry mentioned is situated and lived livedthere livedthere livedthere
there in the summer The company companyoperating companyoperating companyoperating
operating the quarry had Its office in Mr MrMorriss MrMorrlss MrI
I Morriss New York law office and his hisstenographer histenogrnpber hisstenographer
stenographer appeared as the nominal nominalagent nominalagent nominalagent
agent of the company It was at the theInstance thelnatanco theinstance
Instance of Mr Morris the commissioner commissionerfinds oomml aloner alonerfinds
finds that tho Borough President had hadBucks hadBucks hadBucks
Bucks Harbor granite Included among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the varieties of granite included In the thespecifications thepeclficatlon8 thespecifications
specifications The contract was awarded awardedabout awardedabout awardedabout
about March 20 1B06 to the Thomas J JBrady JBradT Ji JBrady
Brady Company which in Its bid specified specifiedBucks specifiedDucks peclfiedBucks
Bucks Harbor granite After the bids bidshad bidehad bidshad
i had been opened Morris secured a lease loaeeof leaeeof leaselit
lit of the quarry to be mado to the olty for furl forthe forth
l the th purposes of tho contract and bad this thisleaso thlaleaeo
12 lease approved and accepted by the Bor Borough Borough Borough ¬
ough President The granite dompany companyhad dompanyhad
had no facilities for dressing the atone atoneand etoneI stoneand
I and It had to be shipped twentyone miles milesby milej milesby
j by schooner to a suitable cutting plant plantbefore planti plantbefore
i before it itwas was transshipped to New York YorkMr Yorkt
t r Mr Macfarlane concludes that there therewas therei therewas
i was a great deal of political jobbery con connected oonJ ¬
1 J nected with the use of Bucks Harbor Harborgranite HarborI Harborgranite
I f granite In the construction of the court courthouse courthouee court4i
4i house and In the thercferencesto references to that thatmaterla1 thatmaterla1In material materialIn
In the specifications He Is convinced convincedthat
that It was WIi tho desire of the respondent respondentto nt ntto
to award tho contract to some contractor contractorwho
Iv Ive who would use that granite and that as asa asfavor asIv
e a favor to Mr Morris be made the th lease leaseof
t of the quarry without sufficient investiga investigation Investlgtlon ¬
Lion of the responsibility re of the companyt company companyoperating companyoperating
I t operating It of the accessibility aoce albUltT of the thesituation thedtuatlon theI
situation or of the effect that the use of ofgranite oftU1te ofgranite
granite tU1te from this quarry would have haveupon baveupon haveupon
IS > upon the contractors ability to perform performthe
I the contract contractEnough contrACtEnough contractEnough
Enough ha been disclosed dI o1oeed Mr Mac Macfarlane Jraofarlane Maofarlane
farlane continues oontlnuesto to show that the thsrespondent there therespondent
respondent re in this matter subordinated subordinatedhis
his duty as a public official to hid J political
friendships and personal Interest Thebuilding Tt Ttbuilding The Thebuilding
building which might properly havo in invited invited invited
vited the competitive zeal of the moi moidistinguished most mostdlatlngulMed mostdistinguished
distinguished architects In the profession professionMr
Mr Haffen delivered Into the hands c can of ofan ofan
an Influential political politlcalally ally professionally profesalonallwholly profeulonallyWholly
wholly unqualified forthe fqr the task and an t toblige to toobllgo tooblige
oblige another political polltl al friend caused cau ed th thstone the thostone thestone
stone to be used u od to be obtained from froman fromanInaooMslble oj ojinaooenlble an anInaooeeslble
inaooenlble quarry conducted by a com compony oompany company
pany without the propeo propec financial finanolalreaoums resource roaouroor I Ior
or equipment The result the com commisnionor commlMlonsr cornmissdoner
misnionor has forfeiture forfeitunof
says been the I Iof
of one contract groat delay and un undoubtodly undoubtedly undoubtedly
doubtedly Increased expense expenseOf expenseOf
Of Charge XV relating to Clason ClasonPoint ClasonPoint ClasonaPoint
Point road Mr Macfarlane expresses expresseitho expressesthe
the opinion that the Borough President Presidentwas
was largely induced to bring about the thiconstruction thoonatruotl theconstruction
construction n of that long and costly high highway highway highwar
way war by his desire to increase the value valuiof valueof
of his own and his associates holdings holdingsIn
In the th Sound View Land and Improvement ImprovemonCompany ImprovementCompany ImprovementCompany
Company CompanyA
A Borough President he adds wh whbuys who whobuys whobuys <
buys land in a locality in which he h con contemplates oontemplates on ontemplatee
templates constructing a great highway highwaythat highwaythat
that will in all probability enhance the thivalue thevalue thevalue
value of his investment Inve tment and then causes cauaeithe Cuaethe causesthe
the highway to be built though it Ii Iiboth Is Isbotb lsboth
both a very costly and very premature prematunimprovement prematurImprovement prematureimprovement
improvement brings duty and d selfin selfinterest MlrIntereat selfInterest ¬
terest into relations sure to be prejudicial prajudlciato
to the public welfare and fatal to the thefaithful t1 thefaithful > e efaithful
faithful administration of bis htspublic public trust trust1Mr trultMr trustMr
Mr Haffen denied that he hever everwaa ever wuthe wuthebeneficla1 was the thibeneficial thebeneficial
beneficial owner of stock In the th Bound SouncView BoundView SoundView
View company and his nephew com oorroborated comorated corroborated
orated him himOn himOn himOn
On the evidence presented to me anc ancafter and andafter andafter
after closely observing these tb ll witnesses witnessesMr 8 8lIr
Mr Macfarlane remarks I discredit dlsoredlltheir dlsored1ttheir discredittheir
their testimony testimonyA
A comparison of the testimony timony giver giverby givenby Iven Ivenby
by the Borough President on this point polnIn pointIn
In the two proceedings before the Com Commlssloners Commlaalooena Commissioners
missioners of Accounts and In the present presentproceedings preeentprooeecUnp presentproceedings
proceedings Mr Macfarlane finds make makeIt matIt makesIt
It quite Impossible for him to place an anreliance any anyreliance anyreliance
reliance upon his statements unless unl the theare they theyare ey eyare
are corroborated by disinterested anc ancreliable and andreliable andreliable
reliable evidence evidenceMr
Mr Macfarlane finds findeno no substantial substantialdispute eubetantlaJdlapute substantialdispute
dispute of fact regarding the sixteenth sixteenthcharge sixteenthcharp sixteenthcharge
charge that relating to the purchase of olHunts ofHunt ofHunts
Hunts Point Park Tho shore of the thepark thepaik thepark
park he finds entirely unsuited to Ute thipurposes UtepurpollM thepurposes
purposes of a bathing bathin beach because o ohe of oftho ofthe
he discharge of sewage at that point pointrom pointfrom pointlrom
from rom a double trunk sewer each pipe i ifeet 12 12reet 12feet
feet in diameter Ths Borough Frail President PreeIdent Fraildent ¬
dent admitted that he knew of this sewage sewagdischarge sewage sewagedlacharge sewagedischarge <
discharge when he forwarded the reooav reooavmendatlon re recommendation om ommendatlon
mendatlon for the acquisition n of the thoroperty theproperty theproperty
property > Mr Macfarlano quotes from fromhe fromtho fromthe
he public health law the provision provisionigainst proYlslonaralnst provisionagainst
against the maintenance of a public bath bathng bathIng bathbig
big ng place within 500 00 feet of a sewer outlet outletmd outletand outletand
and throws out with little consideration considerationdr
141 dr Haffens plea that he deemed himself hlmsellunder himselfunder himselfunder
under no responsibility in the matter be because beoau because ¬
cause oau e it was a nonassessable bJIi Improvement ImprovementI
I think Mr Macfarlano says be h ° k kjroperly I IproperlT 1s 1sproperly
properly chargeable with culpable peg negeot pe peIeat pegleaf
leaf if he did not no know bow unfit for fora forapubUo e epublic a apublic
public bathing place Hunts Hun Point Park Psrkwas Parkwas Parkwas
was and Dd with culpable misconduct misconductbe m If Ifh Rbe
be h didAn did dJcI4n dl4Au
An enormous prioo was pallfocfs pallfocfspopertgbu pfc for r r bid bidproperty a aJIIOPIIrifb
popertgbu property battae tths u coasalsstonef ftnJIa that timflaffea tM tMHdeo thatHaden
laffea was not responsible po albl for that thatha thatnsusUal thatThe
nsusUal The ha usual condemnation commissioner commissionerfixed commllonerathed
fixed the th enormous price But Haffea Haffeawas HalrenwallllllPona1bl Hadenwas
was wallllllPona1bl responsible for the e initiation of the theirojeet UleproJeat theproject
project It was not alleged alle that he had hadny hadany hadany
any ny pecuniary interest in this transaction transactionBut tran acUOD acUODBut
But says the commissioner oo nmla loner municipal municipalofficers municipaloftloora municipalomoera
officers holding administrative positions positionsof
of great importance owe to the public publicmany publicmany publicmany
many obligations besides the duty to torefrain torerraln torefrain
refrain from peculation peculationWhen peculationWhen P QUltlonWhen
When the governor t overner removed Borough BoroughPresident DoroughPrealdent BoroughPresident
President Abeam the th Tammany Alder Aldermen Aldermen Aldermen ¬
men of Manhattan n promptly put him back backand backand backand
and the Validity of the proceeding Is now nowwfore nowbefore nowbefore
before the Court of Appeals The Bronx BronxTammany BronxTammany BronxTammany
Tammany Aldermen are HofTens men menand menand menand
and under the Charter It he is removed removedhey removedthey removedthey
they elect his successor successorPACT euooee auooeeeorPaul or orPAm
PACT SMITHS N Y July 14 HWhen HWhenGov When Whenov
Gov ov Hughes is ready to act on the Hagen Hagenreport Haffenreport i ireport
report the announcement will be made modorom madefrom madefrom
from rom the ExecuUveChamber Executive Chamber pbamber at Albany AlbanyPROCESS AlbanyPROCESS I IPROCES
WhIm Was 1 Thrown Threagn nIrl > > O a Window Windowby modoby
by Way Y ef Bert 8enlCe 8enlCeBamue1 SertieeSamuel Ice IceSamuel
Samuel J King an Insurance broker brokeriving brokerJIving brokerliving
JIving at 222 Riverside Rlver lde Drive did not ap appear apI apIpear appear ¬
pear In the City Court yesterday for ex exmination examtnatlon X XaminaUon
mination in supplementary proceedings proceedingsn
In n a suit over a tiloan loan of t200 oo and Strouse StrouseStrauss StroUllStrauM do doStrauss
Strauss of 241 Broadway the attorneys attorneyswho attorn Js JsWho
who obtained the order concluded that thatMr thatMr thatMr
Mr King Klngdldn didnt feel that be had been beeniroperly beenproperly beenproperly
properly served servedThe eervedThe servedThe
The lawyers had turned the order over overo overto overto
to o Samuel Mitchell a process server of I
155 15 East Ninetysecond street After Afterrylng Aftertrying I Ityfng
trying to sepre e the order without success nuooeeais 8uooeeahe successhe
he is finally notified the th lawyers that he had hadeon hadMOIl badseen
eon Mr King sitting at his window in the theUverslde theRlvelllide theRiverside
Uverslde Drive house one night and that thathe thathe thathe
he had tied a copy of the order to a brick brickand brickand brickand
and thrown the brick into the window windowkitting windoWhlttlnl windowhitting
hitting Mr King with It The Theprooeea Theprooeeaeerver process processserver processserver
server said that when Mr King picked pickedup
up the paper and looked at it he theprxeea the theprjcoss theprJC
prJC prjcoss 88 server immediately read the therlginal theoriginal theoriginal
original to Mr King at long Ion distance dl ° tanoe and andlaid ADdsaid andsaid
said Youre served servedMr servedMr ervedMr
Mr King said yesterday that no notempt aV aVempt attempt
tempt eo far as he knew had been made madeto madto madeto
to serve the order on him and that he heoould beoould hecould
oould be found at his office every en day dayle dayHe dayHe
He said that while he and his family were weret wereat Wereat
at t dinner something landed J on the floor floorof ilooror
of the front room by way of an open win window window window ¬
dow His son he said went in to sea seawhat Hewhat seewhat
what It was and threw tho atone back backInto backInto backinto
Into the street The boy told his father fathertho faUtertho fatherthe
tho object was a stone wrapped In a piece apleoeof pieceof
of paper That was all Mr King knew knewof
of the alleged service serviceTHE IMIrToaTIlE servIceTILE
Recovers a Sao Wallet Which gorse gorsebody 8omedoily SOIllOtbody >
body Got on a Broadway Car CarWilliam CarWilliam CarWilliam
William K Miller of Accident post postTillage postv postvillage
Tillage v of Garrett Oarr tt Co Md pop about 100 100recovered 100reoonr 100recovered
reoonr recovered d in the Tombs court eiOurt urt yesterday
his pocketbook containing 3750 In chocks chocksand chookland chocksand
and postal orders which disappeared disappearedfrom
from his pocket as he was boarding a aBroadway aBroadway aBroadway
Broadway oar carat at Fulton street on July 8 aThe 8The 8The
The wallet was found on July 8 by
Marcus Bold at M Seventh venth street on onthe onthe onthe
the stoop at that address Just after afterDetective af afterDetective er erDetoctlve
Detective Martin of Headquarters had hadchased hadohaled hadchased
chased a young man to the roof of the thobouse thehOIlle thehouse
house next 8Xt door The young unlt man was
hold upon suspicion sUI Iloion of theft but there
being no evidence to connect him with Ith
Millers M11lepsoperj Property be was discharged by byExceptionally byDEWEYa
KagJatrate DnIeD DnIeDDEWEYS
Exceptionally azoeDttoa EaC > eptIOlla17 age T ab bl Wins w
n A1If d T I J aiue7 Den e Sons Co us a rultoa Ioa Si New NIWTork YorkJ York
t A S SNn
Nn I i r tr ojI 4A dL
r M
8ah SbahIllnrself B1 bJllllueif Jllius elf Matslng MaHlnsTroopi Troops Wont ont Ileaet Ilea DearePeacso Hearor
et ePeacso Peace Arrangement ArraosemmtWs Hl Com ComShell GanaDell DunShell
Shell Parliament BotldlDgs BaUdlnSIlIorrl BaUdlnSIlIorrlelU Horrl Horrlcanes
canes elU es of Bullets la the Streets StreetsCitM StreettNet Streetspeefat
Net peefat Cable Cn Ditpolcket p4l to THB Sex 3veTiasaix SexJuly SV1fTaBJIBur
TaBJIBur July li IfIt It is reported that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the secretary of the Russian Legation Legationwent LegationWeIIt Legationwent
went to the Parliament house tonight tonightand
and discussed dllIOUII Ied with Stpahdar and Bar Bardar Bardar Sardar
dar Assad terms nne of surrender for Gen GenLlakhoff GenL1akI OenLink
Llakhoff Link io orrnd f and andithe the be Persian Cossacks CossacksThe Coe1cnThe CosaoksThe
The Nationalist leaders promised to Uguarantee toKUUaDtee toguarantee
guarantee the freedom and safety of theoffices the theofficers thoofDosra
officers If they abandoned their arms and andallowed andallowed andallowed
allowed the Persian Cossacks to serve serveimder eerveder serve servedander
imder dander der the constitutional Government Governmentwithout Governmentwltho Governmentwithout
without t penalties Tho outcome Is un unknown unknown unknown ¬
knownThe knownThe known knownThe
The British and Russian Ministers have havtvainly baveYaInJT havevainly
vainly tried to persuade perauadethe the Shah to make maketerms maketenne maketerms
terms with the Nationalists NationalistsFiring Natl0114llataFlrlnc NationalistsFiring
Firing has been almost constant constantthroughout oonstantthroulhO1t constantthroughout
throughout the day especially by byt tine tineCusack th thOcesack o oOoeuok
Ocesack artillery The Theroyal royal troops out outside outalde outside ¬
side the city continued shelling the Parlia Parllamont Parliament Parliament ¬
ment building this evening eveningThe eveningThe eveningThe
The Shahs Cossacks opened a heavy hcavjartillery heaYJrtUlery heavyartillery
artillery fire at midnight last night nightwhen DlghtWhen nightwhen
when the th Nationalists endeavored end avored to torusb torusbtheir rush rushtheir rushtheir
their position The Nationalists suo succeeded suoceeded suoceeded ¬
ceeded In occupying the garden close tothe to tctho totho
tho house hou e of Gen Llakhoff the th Russian Russianwho RUMlanWbo Russianwho
who Is Isthe 1 the commander of tho Persian PersianDoesacka PeralanOoeaaob PersianCoe
Doesacka Coe aoks There they are ar being shelled shellect ahelledby
by t > y the Cossacks CossackeRifle CossacksRifle CoeeaokaRlfteand
Rifle Rlfteand and artillery fire fir baa continued oontlnuoxunceasingly oonUnuedUDOOaIIlnglT continuedunceasingly
unceasingly since yesterday morning morningThe
The Shahs troops from Sultanabod ap approached approached approached ¬
proached today to within three miles of olthe ofthe ofthe
the city whence they shelled the Baharis Baharistan
tan where the Mejllss parliament build building buildIng buildbig ¬
ing Is s situated situatedAt altuat d dAt
At 1230 oclock this afternoon Bipahdar Bipahdarmd Sipahdarand
and SanHr Assad In command of theNatlonalist the therationalist th thN
rationalist N forces transmitted the fol following folJoWlng following ¬
lowing message mee age to the British and nd Russian Russianrepresentatives R18IIIanrepre Russianrepresentatives
representatives repre entatlvel at Gulahek GulahekDespite GulhekDespite OuiahekDespite
Despite the fact that the Russian Russianlag RuulanfIacfe Russianflag
lag fIacfe is flying over Gen LlakhorTs house houseNationalist houleNatlonallst houseNationalist
Nationalist forces are being fired upon uponjy uponby uponby
by jy Cossacks stationed under the th roof of ofUs ofhis ofhlshouse
Us hlshouse house houlLoNDON v vLONDON aLONDON
LONDON July IS 15The The Teheran oorrespondent oorre correspondent oorrellpondsnt ¬
spondent of the Time in ss despatch despatchImed de despatchtlmerl patch patchtlm
Imed tlm fl 10 lOP P M says that the Shah has haaold hastold hastold
told the th Russian and British Ministers Ministersthat Mlnl8ursthat Ministersthat
that he means to fight unless the Nation Nationalists Nationalist Nationalists ¬
alists surrender surrenderIt
It Is stated that he even said be would wouldlead wouldBd Wouldlead
lead the troops personally if necessary necessaryIt nooe aary aaryIt
It is believed that negotiations ore IU8prp IU8prpoeod1nc pro proceeding ¬
ceeding but It seems unlikely that they theywill theTWUllsad theywill
will WUllsad load to anything anythlncuntll until there has been beensome beenIIOme beensome
some decisive fighting fightingTeheran fight1nTfberandp fightingTpberan
Teheran Tfberandp despatches tch08 to the Tunas also alsodescribe alsodeeorJb alsods
ds describe ojbe the situation as seen fromtha fromthaBank from the theJank theBank
Bank of Persia where the theoo correspondent correspondentIsji t tIe
Ie Isji guest The bank1 bankooouple occupies the greater greaterpan greaterpart
pan P ttOthe of the eastern side of Guff Guirinu8 Guirinu8The Guift SquareThe Square gibeThe
The despatch says saysThere saysThere l
There are two gates g tes within a hundred hundredyards hundredT hundredyards
T yards rda of us and another by the side of the thebank thebanlcbulldingAII thebank
bank banlcbulldingAII buildlng All are held by soldiers soldierswho IIOldlelllwho soldierswho
who are are re keeping up a brisk fusilodo along alongthe alongtho alongthe
the streets treet beyond The Th great iron ironbound Ironbound ironbound
bound doom of the gate next to us decline declineto
to close el properly and through throughthe th tho narrow narrowsilt narrowslit narrowslit
slit the soldiers have fired continuously continuouslyfor
for the last thirtysix hours nt t regular regularIntervals regularIntervals regularintervals
Intervals of two minutes minutesThe mlnu mlnuTb minutesThe
Tb The noise made by tho discharging dl chnrglngrUle
rifles under the deep hollow archway of ofthe orthe ofthe
the gate is like a peal of thunder and to tothis tothla tothis
this pleasant tnuato Is added the frequent frequentBcreming frequentecreamlng frequentscreaming
screaming of shells overhead the furious furiouscracking fUriouecraoklng furiouscracking
cracking of rifle bullets among tho trees treesIn
In the garden heavy firing at the ad adjacent adjaoent adjaoent ¬
jaoent gates and the loud booming boomingartillery of ofartillery Of Ofartillery
artillery Several shells have struck thi thibank thJlbank th thbank
bank and shrapnel Is plentiful plentifulMy
My visits to the roof have necessarily
been hurried affairs but down below we weare weare weare
are In perfect safety By narrow lanes lanesI
I succeeded IIuood iu visiting the telegraph and andresidential andr andresidential
r residential dentla1 quarters quarra north nor of the town townand tow townand
and the British Brtb Legation Llton where there are ar
300 Armenian refugees and also the
3 Armenan rruge als house houseof hCU
of the director of the Indo IndoEuropean IndoEuropeantelegraph IndoEurop European Europeantelegraph
tel telegraph graph department which lies 1M be between h betwoen ¬
tween the Cossack Ck and Nationalist Nationlst linesSeveral lines linesSeveral Ine
Several Rver of the upper rooms In the lost lostmentioned Jutmentoned lastmentioned
mentoned mentioned building have boon bn wrecked wreckedby wked wkedby
shella shellIand and the
by southern suthern walls are ar a aperfect aprfect aperfect
prfect perfect milky mik way of bullet bulet marks mark Need Needless Ne Needless ¬
le less to say 17 the European E ropn residents reslre tll of ofhouses ofhou8 ofhouses
hou8 houses In the th danger dgr zone zno have takensafe taken takensafe takenwe
safe quarter quar elsewhere elsewhereThe elwhsre elwhsreTo
The To telegraph offices oftlc In Gun Square Squarehave Suare Suarehave Squarehave
have been b heavily heavlT peppered ppper and the theEuropean theEurop theEuropean
Europ European employees omploy who gallantly planty stick stickto
dows dowsI to their work have barricaded bced the win windows windows W1 ¬
I witnessed Wlte a fight In tho Boulevard Boulevarddes Boleva
des Ambassadors Alnbena A party of Caucasian CaucasianArmenians Cuol CauzteishArmenians
Ael Armenians darted d down do p a street stt street taking takingcover ting tingoer takingcover
oer cover In archways and a behind bhind trees t and andgot andgot andgot
got within wlbl close clo range of the Cossack Cossacklines Ck CkIn08 Cossacklines
In08 lines against which they the directed dlr a aheavy a aheT aheavy
heT heavy rifle rife fire followed foloed by b a deluge of ofMauser otMur ofMauser
Mur Mauser pistol pitol bullets bulet A heavy return rturn fire fireforced f fireforced
for forced them to retire retireOutside rtr retireOutside
Outside Outde Teheran Tehera the Shah has hl not been beenIdle bn bnIdle beenIdle
Idle Troops Trp have occupied a line of hills hillsibout bils bilsabout hillsabout
about three miles mlos northeast noret of the town townfrom townfrm townfrom
frm from which whc a steady ty bombardment bombardmentthroughout bbment bbmentthroughout bombardmentthroughout
throughout the day dy has been bn directed directedtgalnat directd directdaant directedagainst
against aant the Parliament Parllamet building buldinl the theDoahan theDn theDoeban
Doahan Dn Tepeh Gate and other points pointsoccupied polntllopled pointsoccupied
opled occupied by Nationalist Natonalst forces for Some Somecavalry Bore Boreoafat Somecavalry
oafat cavalry made evolutions without any ay ap apparent appart apparent ¬
part parent result rul while whie artillery arlery from the theCossack theCk theCossack
Cossack quarters supported them with
Ck qurrs IUppor a abombardment abombardment abombardment
bombardment the te effect of which whoh is yet yetunknown yetunknown yetunknown
unknownBktlarl unknownBakhtiarl unknown unknownBakhtlorl
Bakhtlorl Bktlarl was reenforced rnfor by COO men menInto menthi menthis
Into thi morning moring There are supposed IIUppO to tobe tobe tobe
be about 2GOO 21 altogether now no In the town townIncluding t townincluding
Including Caucasians CaucasiansSo
Cuolans CuolansS
So far as I have been able to
S fa hfe ascer ascertain ur urtl ascertale ¬
tale tl the te Nationalist have mad several severalittempta eevral eevralattempt severalattempts
attempts attempt to break br through the Cossackdefences Cossack Cossackdefences Ck Ckdofen
dofen defences but bt without WItout success IUOUI It Is Isitated I isstated
stated ltt that the Cossacks Caou also a tried tred to toforce t toforme
force lor their way to the th ramparts rpar with the theriew theview thovie
view vie to evacuating evactng the town townBAKU tow townBurr
BAKU July 14 UAI 14All All the ships elP of the theCiasplan theCpl theCasplan
Ciasplan Cpl fleet ftet left today for Persian Pen In wa waters wara watore ¬
tore ra
tersST ST raBr PBTKMBTOO PJIBUBO July UA n A despatch despath
fro From Teheran Tehe states tt that tlt the Sultan Sulan Is Isfortifying I isfortifying
fo fortifying himself hllf In the summer sumer palace palaceit pal
at BulUnabad Swtb Prince Prce Izz IzzdDwleh IzzdDwlehthe IzzedDowleb IzzedDowlebthe dDowleh dDowlehthe
the Shahs Sh uncle uoe has b token te refuge refug in the theRussian theRu theRussian
Ru Russian Legation Lpton BaadedDowIeh BdDowleh the theForeign theFoMlt theForeign
FoMlt Foreign Minister is at Gulahek GULek tho sum summw awnm summer
mw m quarters luof quMtersof of the Ue legations legationsIt legtins legtinsI le dons donsIt
It I Is I stated stt that tt the htusslan Russian lun Govern Government Gover Governmeat ¬
meat met has M directed Its Itllllnlt Minister to give the th theShah
Shah sanctuary MI c in the legation 1to U Ufo lie rT asks askslor sakeit
fo lor is deposed it It by byeon but eon la that Ut ease c he h will w be b regarded regardedis reped
Dr Huntington o Dst8 at atNat Nahaat Ssffertai sedertagFrom SsffertaiFrom ea
From OM an Intestinal la1etll 1Zleerdrr 1ZleerdrrBoerox ty < erarr erarrBOSTON I
BOSTON DoSTN July Juy 14 UTI 14The Ths Rev Dr D William WlUUuzR Wlul
R R Huntington Hutnto rector r of Grace Gr Church ChurchNow Clh ClhNow ChurchNow
Now York Yor is seriously HI i at the t summe summehome 8er 8erhome ymmer ymmerhome
home of t his soninlaw son iniaw Royal Bobbins Bobbinsat
solnlawJlRbblns solnlawJlRbblnsat
at Natant Nauant Dr D Huntington Hut Is suffering sufferinifrom sufferingfrom uerS uerSfrom
from an Intestinal Inttll disorder dnor the t exact exacnatui eut eutntu exactnatu
natui ntu e of which has b not no been determined determinedHo detlned detlnedHo
Ho was Wa resting comfortably Crobly tonight tonightDr
Dr Earl Krl Rolland Rlland who hb b is acting ctlnc rector rectoiof r rectorof
of Grace Gr Church Churl in DC D Huatingtons Huatingtonsabsence HUtlnl Huatfagtoneabsence
absence abnc Mid last lt night that Dr Huntington Hun Huntington Hu
tington tngt was 1eurrerin suffering from an attack attof attofdlgeatlon of ofdigestion o oindigestion
indigestion and a breakdown bkdcno caused by bjoverwork byoverwork byoverwork
overwork His H family fami and a friends frie dk dknot di didnot
not consider older his present condition oonditoD dangercue danger dangerous daer daerousDr ¬
cue ousDr Dr Holland RUd said ed Dr D Huntington Huntlngtonhad Bat
had performed his duties datle With t great at en energy e enorgy ¬
orgy er pore all al winter wit and his h friends fred had feared fearocbe fe fearedhewas
be hewas was working worldq too toottard t hard rd for a c man ma of his hliago h hisago
ago agoDr agoHuntitigtone Dr eDr e Huntlngtcna Uuntl summer amer home Is IsInchoapo I IsInohcape
Inchoapo Inchcp at North Norh East Et Harbor bor Me MeSince K MeSince
Since Sinothe the death of Mrs Jn Huntington BUDtat hh hhdaughter h hitdaughter
daughter daugt Margaret at W WHutlnan Huntington has haibeen h hasbeen
been b his h constant Ctant companion cpoJI Miss Hun Huntlngton Hu Huntington ¬
tlngton tlt Is I abroad ab this summer wmer and a Inhej Inhejabssnoo I In hI her herabsence
absence abnoo Dr D Huntington Huntt not no wishing to tobe tobe tobe
be alone ao In the Maine W house ho has b been beenspending b beenspending
spending the summer IIUDe with his h daughter daughterMrs dughter dughterM
Mrs M lp lobbies Dobbi who was Theresa The Hun Huntlngton Hu Hunttngton ¬
tlngton ti Miss 11 Margaret ar t Huntington Hutit Is Isexpected I I Iexpected
expected ext home hoe shortly shortlyFrancis shory shoryFcis shortlyFrancis
Francis Fcis C Huntington HUtlng sea ea of Dr DrHuntlngton DrHunUns DrHuntington
Huntington HunUns Is at present with wtt his h father fatherat
at Nahant NahantDr Nat NatDr NahantDr
Dr Huntington Hutn celebrated clebrat in November Novemberlost Novber Novberlast
last the U completion oompletlo of twentyfive twentTftvye yean yeanservice yearsservice
service arvlc as a rector rtar of Grace Gr GraoeChurohand Church Cur and a a athe at attbe atthe
the same so time tie wrote wrot a letter let to the t vestry vestryasking vestryasking est
asking that tht he heb be relieved releed from active activeservice aiv activeservice
service 110 In I response to the t unanimous unanimousdemand uou unanimousdemand
demand dema of tho relp vestry vt and congregation congregationthat ocgUo
that he withdraw WIthdw the tentative tntatl resigna resignation resignation 1 1tlon ¬
tion he did so 0 and ad rema remained rector rt A Amovement Amovement Amovement
movement to raise rais a fund fW of tJJcoo 10 as a atoken atoke stoken
token toke of ofe esteem tm for the thortor rector brought brt out outsomething ot oteethl outsomething
something eethl like StO000 100 and a a check oefor oefort for forthis forthis
this t amount was w given Ive him very 8 Infor Informally infororally Ifo Ifomlyo ¬
orally mlyo on the anniversary annher of his h connection connectionwith cOo connectionwith
with the cuh church He has b devoted deoted the thenoome te teInoome theincome
income of the fund to parish
noome t fu prl uses usesBANK u uBAK usesBANK
Employe Employee ef e lllberata llbea Trust T sad Baa BaaCo B Haakleg HaaklegCo
Co of New Orleans Orc Teak TM leeOM leeOMNKW IeeSSSNaw
NEW ORLBAXS OIUAn July 14Wyatt 14 UWJ Wyatf H HIngram HIng HIngram
Ingram Ing Jr trust trt officer omr of the t liberals HIberalaBanking Wba liberalsBanking
Banking Bkng and Trust Trt Company Cp the largest largestbank lt ltbk largestbank
bank bk In New Orleans Oro was arrested a late latethis Jte Jtethis latethis
this afternoon aterno charged c with ith the th em embezzlement e embezzlement ¬
bezzlement bzement of tiooono 1100 from the bank bankIngram bk bankIngram
Ingram Im was found tOUd sick Dc at home by bytbo bythe bythe
the officers omc who arrested at him bl having havingfainted byll byllranted havingfainted
fainted ranted in front of oO his house ho but whether whetherfrom whetherfrom Whethe
from heat hot or an a attempt atmpt at suicide ulce is isnot I isnot
not no known kow Be confessed oonle his hi shortage shortagewhich shortagewhich IP IPWhich
which ho estimated tlmat at 100000 1100 The Thebank Thebk Thebank
bk bank stands stnd to lose 10 SMOOO 0 as ashas Ingram Ingramhas
has a surety wrty bead b of 84000 10 sad ad owns ownsbout 0 ownsabout
about 40000 of stockHe stock stockHe tk
He has h bee beeathte o tho t trust k officer omoot of thsbanle thsbanlefor bi biroraIX
roraIX for six years was togs a a4 Proctor t la 1 n ths ihsh4ro ihsh4rogrossly Pro Progressive ¬
grossly IIelon Ual rand ji > jL saeklly saekllyind
a ind idVTa tn tu Business1 drcwsT His marriage marriageto rEUt rEUta i
to Miss W Lilly Lly Poet Pot was w one on of o the societyevents society societyvonU ty tyevenUof
events evenUof > of New Ne Orleans Orle a af stew few months m nt ago agorbe a agoThe
The defalcation defaction came ce to light Ugbt through throughthe thup thupthe
the forgery fo ry of a SOOO Sonote note by b Ingram IngramWhen In IngranWhen
When accountants aountant were put putonhll on onhis his books bk bookshe
he 10 confessed confessedIngram oonfO confessedIngram
Ingram Ing came ame here from fo lendern lendernoounty Henderson Hendersonjounty Hendersoncounty
county Kentucky His H parents pntll live Iv In InBaltimore lnBltimore InBaltimore
Bltimore Baltimore Ho Jo himself hlml was wa a man of oflulot ofquiet ofquiet
quiet habits babl but had b been b splurging splurginglomewhat epursnc epursncIIOmewht splurgingsomewhat
somewhat IIOmewht In 11 society aety lately latelyThe latelyThe latelyThe
The president of the bank bak John Jhn Gannon Gannoneft Gaon Gaonlefl Gannonleft
left lefl here for New Ne York yesterday 3etry for fo a arip atrip atrip
trip trouble to Europe Erop entirely unaware uw of the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
EACH fACII HOTEL A CLUB CLVKVarrsKansett CIUDNarrpnett CLUBNarragansett
VarrsKansett Narrpnett Pl Pt Pier r Homes 1011 Move to Get GetAround GetAroud GetArend
Around the Liquor Lquer Law LawPnoviDKNCK LawPOVDBCEuJT LawPsOVIDaxcsJuly
PnoviDKNCK POVDBCEuJT PsOVIDaxcsJuly July 14 UDcu 14Because Because e the new newIquor neWliquor newliquor
liquor law Iw limiting lmiting the number nuber of saloons saloonsn elo
In n the towns to and a cities ctlO of the t State Stt to one oneto oo ooto oneto
to every 600 1 population allows alowB only ony throe throeloenses thr threelicenses
licenses loenl in the town tow of Namsansett Napn with withte wth wthIt withits
It its te lSOO JI residents rdentll the big hotels hol of Narragansett Narra Narraansott Na
gansett gatt ansott Pier Per are taking talg out ot papers ppra of ofncorporation ofInoorratlon ofincorporation
incorporation Inoorratlon as clubs auh as a basis bis on which whichx Whch Whchto
to club liquor licenses licensesA
x > secure Ire Iq uor lon
A recent rnt ruling rullD of the State Stte court courttedded out outdded courtdecided
decided dded that the club licenses Uon are a not to be bencluded beInlude beIncluded
Included Inlude In the U 1 to t 500 limit limitToday lit litTCyat limitToday
Today TCyat at the office omo of the Secretary 8tary of ofitate ofStat ofState
State Stat in this t city cty Greenes Grnes Inn I located locatedit
at it the corner oorr of Ocean Oo and a South streets streetsit strtll strtllat
at it the t Pier Per and the te Imperial Imper Hotel Hot situated situ situited etu etuated
ated on the te north nor side ede of o Central Ct it atr greet greetincorporated reel reelncorporated
incorporated Incorrt as soda o and literary literarydubs lter literaryclubs
dubs club clubsThe dubsThe
The T Incorporate Iratrs for the thI Imperial Imperialliterary Imprial ImprialLterary ImperialLiterary
Lterary literary Society Boty as the club is named namedn ned nedIn
In n the t papers pap are C Carton Cr Bryant Brnt Wal Water Walter Walter ¬
ter er A Nye A A Hollls Holi White John J Jack Jackion Jaokln Jackeon
ion Paul S Pearsall and W H Vose Vosoill Voseall Voseall
ln Pe a
all of Narraganaett Nagt Pier PierOf Per PerOf PierOf
Of the Greens Gro Inn In Club Cub tho inoor inoorxirators Inoorporatora lnoorporatore
xirators are ar Nathaniel Nate B R Greene Grn E E L Lreone LGrns LGreene
Grns Greene reone N Bay RT Greene Orn F Ward Greene Greenemd Grne Grnea Greeneand
md W R R Walsh Wah These T dubs 001 may now nowipply noWapply nowapply
apply to the town council ooucU of Narragansett NarragansettorClub Naatt Naattforub
orClub for club liquor lqur licenses licensesDR lo loDR licensesDR
ulmlnaUar CmlnaUCr > sf Jobna Obl Hopkins kD Professors ProfessorsRunaway Pofesorl PofesorlRuaw ProfessorsRunaway
Marriage MarriageBALTIMOBB MarriageBrantoa
Runaway Ruaw Maase MaaseBAvOIUI
BALTIMOBB BAvOIUI July JuT 14 HDr Dr Warren Wa H Hjewis HL HLewis
Lewis L a professor in Johns Hopkins HopkinsJnlveriaty Hopkn HopkinsUniveristy
Jnlveriaty Unlverty got ct an absolute alute divorce dyoroe to tolay t to today
day f froin frol Eula EuJ I W Lewis LewisThe Lis LisThe LewisThe
divorce is the culmination of
The dloroe lthe clintion aromance a aomance aromce
romance romce begun bel while Whie Dr Lewis Lwis and ad his hisrife hiswife hiswife
rife wife who was Wl a Mies Waters Watn were students stu stulents tu tudn
lents dn together at the University Unlverty of ofMichigan ofMohlg ofMichigan
Mohlg Michigan In 11 1866 1866The 18 1806The
The couple left lef the t university unlyerlly togethern together togte togteon
on > n November Novmbr 12 IBM 18 and ad Journeying joumeyns joumeynsto journeyingto
to 0 Saline Se Mich Mch were We married maied by a justice justiceif juetlo
of if the peace They The returned rtumed to the unl unlrorsity u unlvoraity
rorsity vonaly p and continued oonUued their thei studies for fora
a 1 while wble No on one knew anything about abouthe aut autthe aboutthe
the marriage until untl January Jluary following followingrhen folowing folowingwhen followingwhen
when Dr Lewis Lewl told tl some of his hs friends friendsDr frend
Dr Lewis Ll says opl In his bl ttony testimony that ho hofolded hoohld hochided
folded ohld his hWUe wife for her behavior on on Febuary Feb Fe Fer FobYuany
uary 11608 1 11 1906 not three thr months after theirmarriage their theirnarriage thei
marriage r marge and she ae left lef him hi and a went to tofeUforala toCUfornl toCailfornta
feUforala CUfornl Slnoo Blno that tt date bo says he helas heh hebaa
baa las not soon n her herJohn herJoh herJohn
John Joh Lewis L a lawyer lw of 424 U North Nor Oak Oakark OakPa OakPark
ark Pa avenue Oak Oa Park Pa III I father of Dr Drxswls DrLW1 DrLewis
Lewis LW1 said ai saldln In hU h testimony ttimony that tt he had hadleard hadbeard
beard b of his bln sons secret Mt marriage mae and andf andof andof
of > f the o charges oM against the te wife Wie Oelng Oelngo aag aagto
to o Chle Chicago C he U net a his 1 daughterinlaw daughterinlawnd duahterInlw duahterInlwa
nd a as says she admitted acdtt A AT the te charges chargesThen o chargesTam
Then are r tool ba and IS mid C e batln baU In th thMms be therooms berm
rooms Mms T at Hotel Ooxwa d I HMWU HLC Ixmi Beach Bo sad 5u d tM u e eo eolrAUUtioOeanJi
rm t lrAUUtioOeanJi AtholUCC AU t 0 O Jwl OM OMI o ir eAet
1 1L
Jt i uAfc litanMAjv L
UtUe iAtt Tacftt Yat Baagcd Se a tae o Bar B toy 1 < Me MeBreaker 6 6Breaken
Breaker Be at at tae te Inlet Je aad U Her Hereopaats > e 6a 6arepents e eeuU
repents euU la i Pert le eU t1Pctitlsa Petltlsa Petltlsafor AstdS AstdSfor A
for te tlsaere BK9B r Life Iet fCavtsc fCavtscAtLaMTto Be eo eoAT < irOC irOCLTWtTm
AtLaMTto AT Cart OI N J July Ju1J 14 14In la a ahours a an anhours
hours hou battle btt with wt the t big bt breakers b sweep sweepIng sweepIng
Ing across the outer shoal at the mouth moutof mouthof
Ie a t o a a 1
of the t Inlet I this t morning I PredHatbsi PredHatbsitreasurer F Fred N Ntur Natbass Natbasstreasurer
treasurer tur of the Broad J Street I vet Tasatn ThatnPhiladelphia TasatnPhiladelphia
Philadelphia PIJph end 1 nephew nph of ofN 8m Samuel SamuelNixon H HNixon
Nixon theatrical Bum Fred Sobb a aatstant ai aislstant
N t O m F bb
slstant at treasurer Uf of the t Chestnut Cet 4rwstnut Stroe StroeTheatre St StT Skeet SkeetTheatre
Theatre T and adJab Jacob Primed D pilot pUotw pUotwanTe were wersaved wereeared
saved anTe from death dth by plucky luo beach b lit lifsavers J Jfe litsavers
savers savers fe and volunteer volut after at the Kathaa Kathaayacht Na Nathsssyacht
yacht tYvo Yvonne Bad US hadgona goas aground au oa O tb tbbar the thebar
bar b and eapstted ep Robb held h Nathans Nat t tthe t to tothe
the wreck until the tlf life savers n rsachd rsachdthem reach reachthsm n
them ta aad am trot < veBted ted UM the owser of o tb tbyacht e thyacht
yacht rt from r beteg bK bKd belgwashed washed pvsrbosrd aa aadrawasd and anddrowned <
drowned d after at be l bad h bseu b1 baenkneoked knocked ua uaconscious uurconscious
conscious Co by bt < lb hs breakers b btiakera awesptac orehim ore c ch overMm
All Al three t of the te avwwere Wer badly by ex earbauoted exbaueted e
baueted h and aNa Nathan was believed bf to t b bdead b be bedead
dead when taken Into the boat which wbidfought whichfought
d wb te Jto t b ho
fought tobt Its I way y within wtr reach of ot the Ira hapeiild Iraperilled 1mp1e
perilled p1e men m but ha h has h partly p reooverei reoovereiaad he recovered recoveredand
and a Is believed bf t to b be out ot of danger dangerThousands dl dangerThousands
Including inoludlaiMrs IncludingMrs
Thousands Toua of spectators et1 1uc
Mrs HnaEII Ella Nathans NUau mother oto of the t yachts yachtsman yachtsman
m man saw the t accident adt and ad the thrllMi thrllMirescue tl thrililligrescue
rescue rue Women Wome and adm men men who packetthe packet pk packedthe
the Boardwalk Iowk eel screamed la terror t a abig a as asbig
blgwaf big waves blotted bJoted out ot the stranded ad craft crafand ct ctand craftand
and the men clinging to t Its It sides ed while whilewomen whle whleWoen whilewomen
women Woen aboard a oJnsnl big Inlet yachts unable ul ulto unableto unablto <
to reach rh the wrecked wb biblyt craft ct over ove thi thitreacherous thoteu the thetreacherous
teu treacherous bar br fainted Calat at atwbtt what the thebelieved they theybelieved
ble believed would W d be b tragedy rttragedyThe a tragedyThe ty tyTe
The Te rescue re party p which led Je la the u work worland workand Wok Woka
and first reached the U stranded yacht was waimade wasmade
a r 1 yt ytm
m made up of o Harry B Merriek a young y life Ufiguard WHI lifeIu
guard Harvey HI Mills and a Harry B Parker Parkerlife Pa Parkerservice
life Iu guardH guards cWhO whom Merriek Mec Impressed I lat lattervioe lt <
service to man m one one of ot t Use e tiny tyUleb lifeboat lifeboatBsed Bfeboataused
used u for fo beach b resouLThe rescues r The volunteer volnnteecrew volunteercrew olunt
c crew which whc took tk the U oars o In the te Government Govern Governraent Ge Gemet
raent met boat b under unde command oad of o Capt t Ass AsiParker A AssParker
Pa Parker of the t life Ile saving T station aUoclud includei includeiBarenoe cludedClarence
Clarence Caoo Mllhauser JIU of Richmond BloO Va VaWlllaxd Va VsWillard
Wlllaxd Shaaer Prof John Curwut am amJohn and andJohn
Wl Se Pf Oand OandJo
Jo John Blank IJaPhlp BlankPhllsdelphla Philadelphia visitors Wt Milton Mtltoilaoobson Mlt MiltonJacobson
Jacobson Jabon and a Charles CIN Brelghtlnger Bghtng em employees e epOe employees
ployees of oJbe the theRotalPalace Royal Jta Palace Pa Hotel Wllllan WllllanSmith Wii WilliamSmith
pOe Sit Smith and Frank J Adams Ad members mbena o othe of oft ofthe
t the Government Oove service who wh volunteeralthough volunteer volunteeredalthough luntr
athoUlb although not on o summer sumer duty The T Oov Ooveminent Oofeet 0evemme
eet eminent it boat b did dd sot reach rh the wreoluntil wk wkutll wreck wreckuntil
utll until after at the t rasa 1 bad h been b taken te off offjut 0 offbut
jut bt put putup up a gallant aCt fight faht la I getting pW the thirttevftrs t therescuers
rescuers and a their oockUabsU ok craft c into iafcBBooU Jto JtoootW intowsootkvr
wsootkvr BBooU ootW water let where WM they we were V takm 1 fa falow I in inteas
low by fts i steasaer sir finer Mel J ten a B rtfeelcnio rtfeelcniothe i + of ofikebl
t t ikebl the bl bT tnMtstiftllsd bectiealletefksreeus bectiealletefksreeusNatla to t the reipuo reipuoNathaas
Nathaas NaU Natla h aadBeeto ad Bob with wJllDM wJllDMp Dds DrisooTT DrisooTTpilot 6W 55 55pilot
pilot had h started st from rr Istoad I Height Heightx Bt
to p t x > make iathnt nrkkothe ths run to Ibis city clwbtq clwbtqaep where they ihqare theyare
are spending the Ule summer sea mer The Yvonne Yvonnewas Yvonmwas YT
aep 1 was an i able a1e boat b for fole farber her size eM thirty t feet feattad feeta feetand
tad a the te owner oe elected elG to t come oe in I througlthe through tgh tghte throughthe
te the Inlet Ilet channels cJ where whe the breakers breakenirere bre brewe breakerswere
were we running toa to ta a height blt of twenty tWety feel feelwer f08toer feetover
over oer the te r bars b oa o each eh aide ai Half Hf way ay It Itthey I in inthey
the they tossed t her oa o theand the tea sand bars bh when whenthe whereshe
the was rolled roled over oer The first ft breaker breakeitripped brekr brekrstpp breakerstripped
tripped the te boat bt of ofevel everything movableincluding movable movablenoludlng mOYAble
stpp including Inoluq the spare 11r clothing cothln of her oo oonipaata 0 0cpt cooupanta
nipaata cpt who bo lost lo watches fe money moe ant antther ad adother and andother
other > belongings belongingsNathans blonlnp belongingsNathan
Nathan Nat who Is I still IU weak w from fr a re resent r rocent
sent cnt lines IM was Wa carried c overboard ovrb bu buRobb bt btRbb butRobb
Robb reached him hu as he passed in the themrf thBrf thesurf
Rbb re
surf Brf and a again draw dw him to p a hold hol on the thelalf thehar thehalf
half har sunken pn yacht yetThe The Inlet Ine yacht yachtbattle yt ytMttie yachtMettle
battle Mttie H with WIt a score are of passengers pra on ori onher onher
her i r decks dk was Wa close 010 to the te scene aoo Capt Captluntley CaptHuntle CaptHuntley
Huntley Huntle and a William Wili C 0 R Poole of Brooklyn Brooklynnode Brool7 Brooklynmade
node mae attempts atptll to throw thrw1 life buoys to t the thenen tbomen themen
men clinging to t the sides ede but bt the linen linenell Jne linestell
and the Hattie about aboutust aboutjust
ell fel short aort Mttie was put abut abutJOt
JOt just ust in time to escape Mp striking the bar barhe b barThe
The Ts he excited exct m men n and a women on o board boardraved bo boardwaved
waved cushions clo and andt flags torn from her herKiblns heroblns hercabins
cabins oblns to attractattenUon al attrpot attention on o shore shoreBoardwalk aore aoreBrdwl shoreBoardwalk
Boardwalk Brdwl strollers Illeraba had also als seen n theaccident the thelocident theaodnt
accident aodnt and a reported < to Life Guard Guardderrick Gu GuardMerriok
derrick Merc who Wh is laoeot rp one of the bravest brve men menox menon menon
on ox the th fores for Merriok Merok bad h no boat bot bothis at atils athis
his station atatlon but lie 10 dashed dhed along aon the beach beacho bh bhto
place where helfound Mills MillsLnd Millsand
to o Gramercy Grer plewhre helou Ml Mla
and Parker Tae T three t men me put out and andmlled andpue andpulled
a pulled pue for the t bar b where whe the t yachtsmen yachtsmenrere ten ten1r
were 1r calling cC for fo help hep When the res resuers r reecuere
cuere cers uers pushed pued their tr little Itto craft c into the theleavy thehM tbdheavy
hM heavy leavy V waves wa ve breaking b breakingover over ove the t bar they theyrere theyWere theywere
Were swallowed aloo up from fr sight and a people peoplen pple ppleo
o on n shore who believed bev they the had ha gone goneown gonedow gonedown
dow down own screamed ed and a ran r for the Govern Govemaent GTm GTmment Government
ment station ao left without men by Federal Federalulo Fe8 Federalrule
rule r during du the summer awer months monthsCapt mt monthsCapt
Capt Qpt Parker Pare gathered gt his h craw o of vofumteers voP voPffiteera vo =
ffiteera unt and went out ot In I the big self seifailing IU IUb selfbaiting
ailing b > lifeboat lfebt In I the meantime mtme the thebree theth thethree
three th guards had b bobbed bbb up on o top t of o a atg abig
b big > tg breaker bker g dose 0 enough eo to t throw t thalrifollnes their teir teirUfoM theirBfelines
ifollnes UfoM to the Yvonne YVOe Nathans Nat by b this thisimo t tadstime
imo had been beaten bt into unoans unoonscious unoonsciousiess iow iowsees
tme hd uCo uCoD
sees D and an was being held by b Robb Rbb who whoras whoWu whowas
was clinging olg to t the outer works worl of o the theracht th thyct theyacht
yct yacht racht Drisooll DrU passed p the te line around aroundus ad adhelployer aroundhis
helployer his us employer who was dragged d ged to the theIfoboat thelifeboat te teIfebOt
lifeboat IfebOt apparently appnty dead ded Itobb ltbb thencaught then thenAlight thenoa
Alight oa the line le while whe Drisooll Dsool plunged plungednto plun
into Into gt the breakers br and a swam sw to the side sideif ede sideof
01 if the roAoifvboat resoifshoatWeighted roAoifvboatWeighted
Weighted Welt dora d with the six elmo men the thstitle thelte thelittle
title lte lifeboat Jebt was Wa In n danger dUpr of swamp swampag swap swapInl swamping
Inl ag when Wbe the te volunteers voluntra in the Gov Govrament Gv GverDent 0evernment
rament erDent boat bt reached rb them the and helped helpedo help
to o pull them the Into Int smooth eooU water t back backf b
of f the to bar The alarm a spread araoK araoKthe along alonghe alongthe
the beach bh and a colled Oled a score ra of ofbt boats boatsLtnoag boatsamong
among amO them the Heton Ieln Bethel Bte which whichuns wblahruns Wbch Wbchrns
runs rns out from Youngs Pier P The T crawt craw p prowof
of t the Bethel threw thrw towing towg lines lie to t the thewo thetwo thetwo
two wo lifeboats Ifebta and nd tk took them t into Int the thenlet Ue UeI theI
I nlet nle while whie th te the lifeguards Jfesr worked over overfathans oer oerNat overNathan
Nathan Nat and d brought brougt him partly ply back backo bk bkto
to o consciousness consciousnessThe consciousnessThe
The yacht iaht sank snl after ater her be passengers passengersrere pgn pgnwer
wer were taken off ol but but was pulled p from the thetar thebr thebar
br bar tar this thi afternoon af m and d towed Into the thenlet te teInet theInlet
Inlet Inet badly by battered bat and in I a sinking sinkingondlUon en sfnkingcondition
condition odiUo The Te three thr men rescued redlr redlramot from fromJmost fromalmost
almost amot instant Instnt death deat today fdJaka make a total total1st totl totlllat totallist
saved from the surf volun voluneers volunteers
list 1st of thirty r anv fr Ue a by b 1
ten teers eers while wble the Government Govement life ur savers saverstave Mvrs Mvrshve savershave
hve have tave been out of service o In the t last lthree lthreeae three threeuaJBier threesummers
summers ae Petitions t are srebeing being bl made up upAklag upasklag p pu
Aklag that Ut the t reguUtipa rldq reg µ biUgn crews e be b kept kepto kpt kptdt
u era o duty dt la this W seeUoa seeetlon throughout rosout the theKHntvK theJ thettaLtrws
KHntvK ttaLtrws fltm fltmMeratortt ax A N Nlisnfom
tlinf Meratortt I n Add Ael UII PhaiSaU MJ nrlth nrlthnag BS 111 111ac I
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Beard l fg ef r EOseatlsa l Sslaeattss win tD Try nlAga Agsta A a aBlake 1 1Make c
Blake Make M tts aty Gt G y Issresss I meede It ItrtiiTTTMn I ItChairman
rtiiTTTMn Qrseae of the tesaoe osa osaBiHtee aesmmmittes
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BiHtee itanoonesd at the t aaestfav aaestfavexecutive of ° IA IAexecutive
aa ea
executive rtlv ooaxalttss O ef the t Based of O RU RUeatloa Etacation
eatloa e yesterday thai t the board b budgt budgtfor b budgei budgeifor
for fo IMO 10 would would provide pf tor for aa laereasa laereasasalary I f of ofsaisry
salary et wc theweswa tiewemmteacheswho teaohers who ha habesa un unI havebeen
I ftw
been I s sgitsitag ltatteg for f equal eu pay p for f eaui eauiwork eu equal equalwotk
work workIt wotkIt or
It I Si l expected e that t the Increase 1e wl wlcoats w will willcome
coats 0 to t about a 18080699 o a year yearThe J yearT4e
The T1 Board of oEUt Estimate turned M down downslmltf do dopr a aekaile
slmltf r prnvidon g pr ovislep last year yearCASH y yI yearrBOB
Fertsya Peaks 1 mnt ef Qllta mt Aeeesmt AeeesmtPayeeatit AoeetH AoeetHraysieBt
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abates Calve c DtrratA D Ds b to Taco T Bex tioxSLOaioa BexBAI0HKU 1
BAI0HKU Jury Ju BsprssentsUves UBI 14 tt c cbs a cd cdth
th bs Dsutsoas n Bank B MM t Kolesshmli JI k ktO sa sahe and andWe
tO We he Orsdlt Iflronaals I arrived aT from r COB COBtaattaople O CoaMaaWeople
taattaople t the l other ot day dy seeking I fefetsrvlsw fe t tolagrvfew
fetsrvlsw f the te deposed Sultan 8 Abdc AbdcBamld Ab Abdul AbdulKamld
Bamld J fa I reference ne dp to his k deposits ct 1 1their I is ishair
their ti basks 1 Abdul Abl Herald J refssed rM t treceive to tomealy
receive N tkenu understanding uthnWla bat tt ttw tbs tbswouM they theywould
would w lastot I oa handing 1 over o tbs U de deposits a doposte
posits to t aim Il In which wlC whlohoar oast he h declared declaredthe
pl the t Government Ot would wcd setae 11 the mmcay mmcayand BOBS BOBSaad 0
and ate 1 Mfr Hf I s would wd be b BO D longer lo safe safeThe e safeThe
The director of the Deutsche Bask Baskaccompanied Baskaccompanied
Te dt o l Dut 1
accompanied by b officials oroof of the t dermal dermalEmbassy Ge GermanEmbassy
Eb Embassy p baa h sow I brought brht here l bulllo bullloto blUoa blUoato bullionto
to the amount aout of o tlIOOeee 1Is supposed to tobelong t tbelong t
belong to Abdul Hamld sad ap traasf kansferrd kansferrdIt erre erreit
blo t Abu Bc ke
it I to t the tOtta Ottoman Bank B ta t Abdul Abu Hamldi Ilamldsname HamldiBarae Ud Uda
name BaraeIt a
It t is 1 understood that t the Oovr Oovrwill Governmen Governmenwill aOVet
will w compel u the exSultan ek to t receive rn th thbankers the theb thebanks
bankers b opt deputation dto The members 8unb will wllnotify wU willnotify
notify him that his money has bestreturned best beenreturned
Dr h tt h moey Iba Ibartu
rtu returned to him b and a request rat a receipt receiptf rpt rptIf
If f he signs sig a receipt rpt the te Government Goveraxaeawill GonrOt GonrOtwl Governmentwill
will wl sets 1 the money mO as ue the prisoners prisoner1property prne1 prisonersproperty
ppr property The Tequtilow question Is how toooatpe toooatpetiha toOp to Ooapel Ooapelhim
him hi to sign le if I he refuseWOMANS refuses refusesWOMANS r rW01AS
Mr J Betaent HM sntLease tL Ixiases a Fleer F sa e FlfC FlfCAveaae Ff FlftkAyes
Aveaae Ane Ayes for f Btadciaartera BtadciaarteraMrs B BK UesqeartereMrs
K Mrs Mss AT E Belmont Botw widow of oOlr oOlrB Olive OliveH OliverH
H P Belmont Blo leased lyy Maedyederday yesterday through tbrouglthe Uroup Uroupt throughthe
the t real r estate et firm f of o De D Wets 80 ft Eldridgi Eldridgithe Ed Eldridgethe
t the seventeenth Itt Boor Bor In I the building bUdinl a aSOS at attog t
SOS 1 Fifth Fth avenue avue for a long le term t of ofT yean yeanThe yearThe
The T floor toor will w be b used u as a a headquarter headquarterFor hoqurt
fo For the te Womans Wo Suffrage Su League LeThe LeThefoor Th Thfloor The Thefloor
floor foor will wl be fitted fitt up as a clubrooms cub which whiclwill whichwll whichwill
will be ready for occupancy about themiddle th thmiddle the themde
wll opo
middle mde of o r August AugustORAKARDS A AugustORANARDS a aGB
Services 8e e ef e Cold Gel and asdSnverUsed Mlver y Vsed tie at Dtsae Dtsaete De DeI Dlaner Dlanerto
I to tae CenaaBght Ceaht Parauy ParauySffdal FU Pamnypselal
Sffdal CoM C DtifatOt pl to e Ttn T Ore OreLONDOx StncLONDON S
LONDON July i ItTho The Earl El ant antCooatess a and andCountess
Countess Cout of Oranard Gr entertained entne the thiDuke theDke theDuke
Duke Dke and Duchess DcO of Coaaaught Coaught on ontheir od odtrducht and andtheir
their trducht daughter Priaoess Pno Patricia Pao Pa41eiadinner a adinner a at
dinner de tonight 4rnmnnber A number Dube of prom promseat prm prmt promneatpersona
neatpersona seat t persons tnct I to s society Including lcudJ Mi Miaad Y MrIM
aad Mrs MesSpesdetClay epeaderClsy Ipcy and 7 Mr ra raIH11ewere ra and Mn MnOgdefi
Ogdefi UiUs Kflt IH11ewere were invited to t meet me th throyal the ther thTh °
royal guejits guejitsTEe
r TEe T C6anpc Csuatese Ct ee of o Granard arwo Orsnsrdwore wore A ricrobe rcb rcbrob ric ricrobe h
rob robe of cream ootor cream colored satin atln a broad broaidiadem b broaddiadem
diadem de composed Pof of Ime Immense diamond diamondand dionds diondsand diamondsand
and a diamond daond necklace necka Dinner Dier wa waserved WU wasserved WUa
served a at three t round roud tables tbl with on onof one oneof oneof
of the t royal r guests s at each e tableThe table tableThe tble
The Duchess of Connaught sat at th thtable the thetable
n Dhe te tetable
table of ofthe the Earl El of Granard ofGr where Whe the thiservice the theIMIrTlo theservice
service IMIrTlo was w entirely etllTof of gold The Te Duke Duksat Dukeeat Dukesat
sat at the t table tble of the Countess Cunt Th Thservice Te TeMro Thservice e
service Mro at this ts and at atthe the third table tle waof wa wa wasof
of Georgian Ola sliver sliverSHORT allnrSBOB silverSHORT
Said 8d te t ° Be B the te the DepartmentSomebody Matter Mat in I tee te Bronx Drn ParkDepartment Park ParkDepartment Pak PakDepatment
Department DepartmentSomebody Depatment DepatmentSmeb
Somebody Smeb It 1 being Investigated inv08tlgt by b the thiDistrict theDistrict to toDist
District Dist Attorneys Attory office oMo Just Ot who the thesomebody thisomebody tbeImeb
somebody Imeb to I could not be learned leed yester yesterday yestarday yesterday
day but bt It Is understood uert that he bas hasabort haishort basaor
short aor weighted W hted the city on coal cog contract contractswith contractwith ontrc
with the Park Department Demet Yesterday Yesterdafcmmlsaioner Yestery YesteryCommloner YesterdayCommissioner
Commissioner Commloner Joseph I Berry Brry of theDepartment the theepartment theDepentot
Department Depentot > of Parks Pa of The Bronx anc ancifartln and andMan andMartlnSchenck
Man MartlnSchenck ifartln Schenck Shenc chief chle engineer of that thaiapartment thatdepent thatdepartment
apartment depent were w re closeted eloset with acting actingDistrict actlnjistrict acing acingDlstc
District Dlstc Attorney Attorey Smyth Bmy CommissionerBerry Commissioner CommissionerJerry Comnll aloner alonerDr
Jerry Dr and ad Mr Schenok Benol did not go g before befonbo beror beforethe
the Grand Gr Jury JW but btho buttw t > o other tnonwhoet tnonwhoetnames mon who whose whosenames
names Des Mr Bmyth refuao3 refu to give wenexamined wen wor wereexamined
exi examined at lengthLast length lengthLast lenth lenthLt
Last Lt Monday when Th n Comptroller Comptrler Metz Metiwas MetzWu Metzwas
was getting ctt ready r to start llt for Europe Eur or orils 00his onhis
his vacation vaon he paused to warn Wa his sub subordinates sub subordinates ¬
ordinates ort against aanst p pedlers of pullwho pull pullwho pullWho
who were we boasting bing he pera said ad that tht the thecould th they theycould y yod
could od get bills bUl through tugh the office without withouthe withoutthe WIthoutthe
the usual u delay dly and added aed that ho had hadalready ba hadalready
already furnished lumed the District Distrc Attorneywith Attorney Attorneywith AttorneyWith
ar with evidence eTdene that tt might lead le to the indictment In Inllctment Indicent
llctment dicent of a professional ptelonal citizen citien on oncharges oncarg oncharges
charges carg of obtaining obting money from the thecity th tholty thecity
city by false fa pretences prno It may be that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the professional proflon dtlten citiz is the somebody somebodynow eeby eebynow
now under uner investigationNEGRO Investigation InvestigationNEGRO Invegtion InvegtionNEGIO
Courts C1 Remarks aar About Abeu the tb SenslbUttlc SenslbUttlcof 8bltN 8bltNrtbe
of rtbe the Negre Ne Net an a ElementTho Element Elfet EleesentThe
The Appellate Appelate Division Dvon of the Supreme SupremeCourt SupremeCou SupremeCourt
Court Cou has denied deied a motion moton for a renrgu reargument renrgument Ir Irment
ment of the te appeal appl of George Gere W Griffin Griffina Grn Grna
a negro neg Pullman Pl car or porter who recovered re recovered r ¬
covered Oe a verdict verot for fo 2600 11 against agnst Daniel Diel DielM DanielM
M 1 Brady Br president of the Brady Bry Braes Braaiknapany Bt BraesCompany
Company Compny and brother brothe of Diamond Jim Jimor Jimfor Jimfor
for or false f arrest at which Whlh verdict was set setaside setaside t tude
aside ude by b Supreme Bupr Court Justice Justce Dugra Dugraecause Dug Dugrobecause
because > ecause USO tho plaintiff plnUl wouldnt consent consentto cnt cntto
to take tk 300 900 At the tbetme time Justice Jusdc Dugrodeclared Dugro Dugrodeclared Dug
declared del obiter obitr that a negro neg wouldnt wouldntsuffer wouldnsife wouldntsuffer
suffer sife as much humiliation huiiton as 1 a white whiteman whitem whitemat
man under similar similr circumstances crsto and andwasnt andwunni
m wasnt a entitled ettled to so 1 much damages damagesJohn da daJoh a s sJohn
John E OBrien OBr counsel oounll for Griffin Griffinn
Joh E Grmn GrmnI
do I n his bl appeal for a reargument rgmet based basedUs b basedhis
Us h request app t upon constitutional oltltuto grounds groundsand groundsand und
and declared der upn that tt Justice JUtce Dugros Dug remarks re remarks r ¬
marks mk were Ipro Improper r The per curium curtainopinion curiumopinion
opinion opiDloof of the Appellate A llt Division Dylon pr cu stated statedthat statedth stted sttedUt
that th tjusttoeDugroadeciafonwaesustained tjusttoeDugroadeciafonwaesustainedafter J JWto uettce Dugro D decisionwas deonw sustained sustainedafter wtno
Ut after mature deliberation dtlbtion and discus discussion dil dleoueMon ¬
Mon af eo try a a vote of three t to t two tw and a that thathere tt ttthe thatthere
the there here fa I no nf ground gund for a reargument reargumentThe rrgmet rrgmetTe
The affirmance of the order orde Is not to tobe tobe
be 10 taken Te ten aro as a an a approval appralln in any degree de of ofhe ofthe ofthe
the expression of the trial t court oou of Its Itsviews It itaviews
views vO the expron opinion Opiion In colloquy In with wt counsel coul says saysthe ay sayssthe
Jail an for McNut McNuttThe McNutt McNuttThe
The Appellate DIllon of r the SupremeCourt Supreme SupremeOourt Supm SupmOurt
Court Ourt has denied deed the motion moton on behalf behalff b
of f Wllllan Howard Hor MoNutt for an a ar arMt arret arrest
ret rest Mt of Judgment judent and a a new trial on the thebarge thechge thecharge
barge of grand cand larceny on which Whoh he wasoonrToted was wasoonvToted Wa
chge Olotedo oonvToted on May 31 21101 1906 and sentenced sentencedo 8to
to o two years and ad six months moni month a In Sing Sn Sing SingSoNutt 5nc 5ncMoNut singMoNutI
SoNutt le was a notorious notorlou swindling lnn dealer dealern d
In n socalled aled mining minn stocks tl He has b been beenut b beenappeal
out ut on o path p il pending pdng his happ appeal appealCIMEAT
HS ftattf has hi mass M 1 faawmsvU r rr
t 1 >
r d
irsaUafSfi W ltea41 as Men sad Pence Pc Pollee Attacked AttackedBeaten AttaekrdHeater
Beaten t aaa a and Jfturt by t Ysretgaen epe Who WhoRefine WUoBetme 0 i ia
Refine a to t WerkHBtesaier wit ta i Mvtr MvtrWires Jvr JvrI 1tlvcrW
W Wires I redttnwauaietatatbowarfare redttnwauaietatatbowarfarePTrT5VIIaG eJe1 a Wisn tn JoBHaBu > Wart waar arey areyPxxTEBtixo K lK l l1i11UJ <
PxxTEBtixo 1i11UJ July Jo 14 1tThis This was a day dayet dy dyof V Vof
of rioting r at the t mffla sa m lle of Cf the te Pressed PressedSteel FI PressedSkel
Steel I Cw C Company OpJ at Molise K MMT > Rooks I six a slaailk j jniles
niles below
° Pittatarr PittatarrAt
abw abwI At least I a h1 hundred persons p ware W ta taJured iaJ1 A Ajured
Jured J1 In pistol pMolOgmX fights by b stones I er erelabs erelabsand o eisb eisband a
and a at a isldnl midnight v tlXXa 1 1000 strikers a are grouped cp cpat groupedabout r rabout
a about at gun gunMore the te works wD each e with w a missile ora or ora O i pMore iK
More K K bloodshed be f is 1 expected a at day daybreak day daybreak d
break when the company declares It Itwfll
b t opJ d 1 1will
will w make m another ate attempt atpt to t start Its ItsBight lt iiiplant 1
plant plantBight f
Bight It persons pc were We so 1 seriously aul Injured InjuredIn
In I thejdsshes t the ee e that tt they could o act sathurried be behurried i ihu
hurried hu away by b their t friends frd Three o oa o othe of oftbess <
the tbess are a in the t Ohio Oho Valley Vaey Hospital Hospitaltonight BI HapiWtonight
tonight tnt None of them speaks epa epaand TkigTIsh TkigTIshand 14sgUrhsad
and their t names a cannot cot be b learned learnedothers se learnedThe
The others ot ae seriously lously injured Iu are aJ aJJ are Joke JobaFarreU JokeFarrell >
Farrell chief of police shot aot throws the thofleshy theSeshy
J ce o p te tede
fleshy de part p of his I arm a and a stabbed ab twelve cwslvotimes twelvetimes
times t Benkla B Mania l a striker at shot shotthrough edit editthrough t ttup
through tup body b will w probably pbb1 die de Sophia SophiaMesco S SophiaMemo
Memo M8 wife we of a strike t breaker b hit ht with w J Ja Sa
a brick bc while wh trying u to get g her he huebaad hu busbaadout t tout
out ot of the t mob mb serious a Harry H Poncho Foa Foae a astriker astriker
striker e shot O through tc the t arm a boas boasbroken r rbroken
broken brokenla ba brokenIn
la Iadon addition to these t It te I 1 estimated ett that tt ttao w walmost J Jalmost
almost ao a hundred hud others othewe were hurt hu bat batall betaU batall
all were were we hurried hued away awy by friends rend who whoare Whoa J Jare
are a keeping kpl them te under udr cover oorwo R Rwoumt < i iff
ff woumt wo WOMEN ZN THIS slots B1OTSAt BOS slotsAt
At least le seven se women were We carriedaway carried o j jaway
away by b friends fe but no trace of them the can 0 assbe 4 4be
be fouaJL f tout They Tey were We foreigners fore who whohad W Wb f fad
had b ad takes t part In the riot Their Ther Meadsfear friends friendsfear frle
fear fe the t law lw p and ar refuse to toat toatUe admit that thatthey thatthey
they Ue are a injuredDr Injured Iu i iDr
Dr D Davidson Dvdt of the Ohio Oho Valley Vae Has u upitai 8 8pltal <
pltal pit says any tonight tDlt that t he dressed d tile tilewoundds thowounds e eWoude
wounds of nineteen seriously injured
Woude net aouy Inur persons per persons p
sons 10 sons today ty whose Who names nN ho hd dld not getail get getall le
all of whom declined declned to remain in the thehospital tie tiehOplt ix ixhospital
a remn
hOplt hospital In I addition adiUon to these th0 scores 11 were wereAttended we w wattended
attded Attended to by b other physicians phyclaln tn thoihospital they Uelhopt theyhospital
hopt hospital while whil physicians phyo In the te townhave town townhave to tobve <
bve wounds woundsIn w have been bn busy since en noon binding upwounds up upwounds upw upI
In I addition ation to t a battle bule at noon and oneat one ce cea 1 1at
at a B I P M in each e of which wbch about abt fifty fiftypeople Of l t tpeople
people pple were injured Inu there the was a battle battleon batt m mon
on the Ohio Oho River BTe tonight tnght the extent extnt extntWbo of ofwhich d dwhich
which Wbo i Is yet not known knownThs kw knownThe < <
The T steamer ster Steel St Queen Quen owned ownesb by the 8 8PStl I IPreasod
Pressed PStl Stool Car C Company Com y t trying rtt rttld to fr frland i iland
land ld some le strike atebkera breakers in mUe fee nits nitsIry M U4 U4by >
by J way yo of the te water gates t leading II tree f f i > jt tf tftheOhio t tthe
t theOhio theOhlIv the Ohto Diver was sadas flradx by bystriken bYlk bYlka + 3A9 saes saesstrikers
strikers a concealed cced on the t river rVe bank bankThe h bankThe
The strike tre breaken b4e and that tt boat bOto botcrew crew crewwere
hwere were T wre well armed and ad a returned rte the te fire f fatetwofold i itwofold
twofoldMore twofold twofoldMore tw lold
More than t 100 10 shots aot were exchanged exchangedbefore exchangedbefore
bfo before the Steel Btl Queen Que turned tued and ecp ran r for fortho forthe fortho
tho further fuer shore aore of the Ohio Oho River where wherethe wbe wherethe
the men were Wer dlaombarkod dmbke It I Is nqt ntknown nqtkno ti tiknown
kno known how many may on o the boat bt were In Injured mju injured
jured ju as a the place pl Where they were werelanded we werelanded
lded landed Is 1ls01t Isolated and all al soon In dlsap d p 1 1pearod
epeeed pearod I ISOUK JBOW
pc amiss BOW BTBIKBB3 BTlutU BIT arrIt H 1 1It J JI
It I Is I known koW that some Ime of the t striken strikenwere strk8
were wer hit by b bullets bulet from the Steel Stl Quean Queanbut QuO Queenbut
but their thei names ne cannot oot be learned lerne as i ithey 4they
they Were spirited plt away by byfrled friends some someof le leof someof
of them being carried crried carriedThis N 1 j jThis
This incident incdent bids bid fair fa to become be Lea traportont 1 Leaportent
portent port aa a the Pressed Prel Steel S l Car C Com Compony C Cornpany Jf Jfpy
announced tonight that tomorrow tomorrowit
pony tnlght tt tomonw tomonwItwl
it Itwl py will file complaint with the War Depart Departmont j jmont Jmont
mont at Washington Walgton oomphrth that they were DeP fired firedupon Or firedupon
upon while Whie on the navigable nvlgalo waters of ofthe ofthe x xtare
the United States Stat This they claim may mayconstitute m mayconstitute t tcnsttute
constitute cnsttute an act It of piracy pir and they have havehopes bue buehops babehopes
C Cwith
hopes hops that the Government will wi deal dea f fwith
with the strikers strikersThe strikor strikersThe L
The strike trke originated among the riveters rivetenof rivoter
of the big plant plnt Tho men work in pools poolsThey pool poolsThey 1 1Th
They Th J were wer arranged arng in groups gupe and had hadnumbers hd hdnumbrs hadnumbers
numbers They bad no fixed wage but batat butat
numbrs j
at the end of every two weeks a certain certainsum er n tom tomsum i iaum
sum was set aside ud for each eaclupot group Most Mostings i iInge
ings Ing were held hed and nd a petition ptition was drawn drawnup dw dwup
up and a presented prnt to the company but butwithout J A Awithout J
without result ult Then tho men in Itb the Ii Iivarloue i ivarious r rvarious
various departments deparenta became bme interested Intert interestedand < j jand
and although there Is I no union at the tb theplant r rplnt j jplant
plant plnt practically pracicly all formed foned a mutual mutualagreement mutus rY rYagreement
agreement agment to strike atre When word wor calling callingfor calng calngfor
for the walkout was spread pr yesterday yetery
3850 88 men stopped work simultaneously simultaneouslyOf almultneously almultneouslyOf r rOf
Of these the 1000 1 were Wer from the construction constructiondeportment oo oonstruotiondepartment olO
deportment depront 1000 10 from the te passenger pnger oar cardepartment oardepartment c
department deprent 800 10 from the erecting erng depart dpr department I Iment
ment 800 8 from the punching department depeat
150 from the shearing department deprtment and a 100 100from 90 90from O
from the press pr department departmentHAD deparent deparentHA
The strike atrko is I the result rult of ofctra dls dissatisfac dissatisfaction atisfao atisfaothou ¬
thou ton which Whcb dates dt from the reopening rpeng of Vqfthe oftho o
tho plant five months mont ago after ater being beingclosed bs bsolo beingclosei
closed olo on account aunt of the panic At that tMttime tt ttte r rtime
time te all wages wa were cut ct pc but the themi men menwere seen seenwere
were told that the cut ct would Woud be tem tearAccording temporary t ¬ w
porary poraryAccording prary According According Aoorng to the men me the wages wg in instead inlltd ¬ f fstead
lltd stead of being restored rtored have been b cut cutstill o outstill
sti still further fuer Then the pool pl system systemof stem stemf
of f payment pyent was inaugurated lulrat whereby wherebymen wher by byme
me men are a employed in I gangs gap without withoutb withoutbeing WItot WItotblnC
b blnC being ing told tld what Wht wages they are to re receive f teceive ¬
01 ceive At the end of two weeks weu a spurn sum u Is Isapportioned f isapportioned
apportioned to each e pool pl and divided dividedamong dvded dvdedaong w wamong
aong among the men In It I According Aorgto to this thisplan t 3 3plan
pl plan It I is I said ed that tt skilled al6 mechanics melO have havebeen bveb havebeen
b been receiving rlC 1875 91875 for twelve tl days dayswork cy dayswork
work Should Sod they t fail fa to work Wortw twelve twelvefull twelaofull
full days in two to weeks woQ they would Wod not notreceive Dotrive notreceive
receive at all Another griev grievance grlevance ¬
rive any pay Alt
a a pev pevanC
anC ance of the te mon me Is I the t failure fanu of the thocompany iheoomp h hcompany
clockwhich clock clockwhich dockwhic
company to repair the checking
t cek
oomp whic which registers r pt rp the hours h of labor IbptJa IbptJab put in inby inby
t tfor
b by each e raaa m or to t assume wo responsibility responsibilityfor rptUty rptUtyfo
fo for its alleged Incorrect Ioor notations nottloT The Thomen Themen
men declared deel aeg that t the t cloak c0 is f so 1 Irregular Irregularthat 1
that they t lose Ie several M hours ho each week weekand wek wekand weekand
and that frequent fruent demands ded that tt It bo br brpr repaired re repaired ¬ r
pr paired have be been b met m with refused refusedSTBUtB refW
STBUtB w NOT NO UNEXPECTED 11BCD 11BCDThe e eThere 1 1There
There The is I reason r to believe bel that tb the th lb com coinperry company ¬
perry had been bn expecting a strike stke for forbefore to forbefog
py before bM daybreak dybr On there t had h arrived alvedlr from fromAltoona fromAltoona
Altoona 500 strike tre breakers ben who are ar un understood u tindertood ¬
derstood dt to t have bve been b kept kt there te l Inseadiw Inseadiwne In readl readlness
ne ness s for several weeks weeksThs weel weeksThe
D The men me were we r brought in on o amear an a1 early earlytrain = ly lythin
train t with wt the t intention ltto of spiriting lt them themInto thecaInto
lt Into ths t pleat pI before bo tbs t strikers wtws9 i ij
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