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THE SUN, SUNDi NOVEMBER lo, 1914. 1 X , JUST ROAMED ABOUT OCEANS, SAYS M'YEY Dusky Boxer Weeks on Ocriniiu Slilp Dodfrinsr lirltiMi and Trouble I 3IAItU()NEI) OX MOZAMIHQl'K I R.im M.Vej-. the colored h. nvywelnht boxer, .rrlted on the llaltlc V rl.Uy iriKht from Australia by way of Colombo, Ley Inn, the Quit of Aden, tlio Persian dulf. Alorznmblquc. I.rmzo Maru.it.-s. I'ortu- ' .. . ...... . ... ... ......... ... uue-o i-.nsi Sirica. .1 101 01 uuii-r he ih'Vit l-urne.l the name of, Lisbon and 1 Uverrool. Just ho many million mlUs hf ir.ivclliil McWy not jet computed. 1 because. In addition to travelllriK from O'Connor, 2S years old, about 6 feet 10 points on three or four oceans, his ship, or ,,cr,es tall, Is extremely well built und hips. Ihii'ki-d and filled If steamships do the as an athlete In tho pink of condition, that for many mote, inlle. They would uu has dark brown eyes that sparkle daih forward, make circle', lurk under with health. Those eye wandered Idly s'.i.uikc looking Islands and rtofe, meet about the court room as the Magistrate, up and '.ravel with strange ships and then , entered. run from others He looked suddenly no the right side of All this due to the fact that on the court room where tUe windows look .luly 12 McVey left Melbourne on the out on the Tombs and under a bench a. North Herman l.loyd steamship Zletan short distance ahead of him lie saw some bound for llnKland. ws sputter. Ho bent Intently forward. "There was about 17 of us passengers .restlnc lightly on his stick, and then came aboard." said McVey jestcr.lay, "fouiteeti another slKlo that Jetted a few sparks At.tnl nl.n.n tMrtf l.-m'.H.hitw.n Lnmn upward. Fienchmen. Iluwlun. Kunijnliin anil ... I.'.....! 11. . ..... II,,-, ,nin. a,i . lui.nil breeds like. "I wanted lo get to London becaure my mantiKi'i w,i nylnfe to get mo a fllit wn jiick. jonnvm .inu 1 niuu 1 Know hid was nxln to have no war. or I'd a waited r waisea. anynow, wo goi to i o.oino . an riKlll mm wicu wn ui iiui iwi iii.i viuu i Aden nnd a town by the name name, where we had to go. We was only about Un hours from there when one tnnrttltii; at f. o'clock aliuiK coini .i a wireless tiirssiKH ...ylug war had broke out and for the captain of the Zletan to look out as they , was a lot of IlrltlMi cruisers coming out g,.t hull. The y to dV him to " out for J r "'S".1., 'fif. Zn . Socotra Island,, or something "ke'ou, at. Then thi.y told lilin t steer further to gi-t him. th th sou llnrtlnl I.nir 1111 Ship. "Nobody knew what It was all about until lati-r, when the officers said every body In the world was lakla to fighting and we would have to look out. The capfiln called evirybody up and told ' tlu-m they wus martial law on the ship I nnd anbody making trouble would get ' hurt. I'd liven boxing down In the third I class to amuse tho crew and tin raj'taln told me not to do that. I told turn I was rot layir.g out for an trouble and he said all light. Ho said I was so big tho mlsht umU to make tne leader In a meeting, i told hint not to worry about me. "Well, the captain got a tip some boat was coming out tn get us rIT and we loafed nround In the ocean fori a couple of nights waltln for that ship, Wc neer bad light on board after the first nluht Then oce nU'ht along conns a boat all lit tip mukliu signals for us to mut her. We saw hir, but we saw Just back of her, running along without tiny lights, a llrltish cruiser, and ou c.111 believe our 1 aptaln took out of that. I Wo lit out for the IVrslan Gulf and I recKon we got there, r r one day along I'jimes the German cruiser Koenlcsberg and she brought lth her the llrltish coal Hliip Winchester she had picked up. Tho captain of the KoonUsberg asked if we wanteii coal and provisions nnd we did. The captain wh afraid that we might get caught when we was coaling up so we all took a run for it down amnngst a lot of strange countries I don't kniw anything about. Willie we was doing It they painted the Zletm the color of a llrltish indl.i boat. "This was about August 0 atid them Ger man told us that Germany was beating the life out of everybody. .She had nimsbed France, chased the Russians up to the North I'ols and had Knglar.d on tho ropes. Those Ilrltlshvrs and other foreigners aboard didn't ll' to hear that a bit. but the couldn t say much. Arrive. 11 1 Mnrniiitiliin. "One day we Rot Into a place, Mozam bique, It was, and you can take it frim m it is no nli-e place, a little bit of nn Islsnd abiut three miles round, full jf fever,, leprosy, and about evervthinir e. "Tli- 71.... 1,... ... . . . . ' . . . ... ,.., ,viL uq inere iinn .we mir.u passage and It was up to he Hrlllfch Con- snl 10 get me there, because 1 e bourn forLoml-m. He put me on the "noat an then we started out to make landings " tho way until We got tn this l.orenzo Marques, whre w had another Mton Th.n t ...ii..j 1 , .. """ji Th.n ImILj fn, 1.1.1.,.. ' At this Juncture MoVey was asked what lie thought of the people he sin- "They runs mostly to featherweight in size," he replied, "but must of 'em are out of training, being hog f.it around tlie stomach. Thev spenk more dlfforent kinds of language than I ever kn..w was used. Theso colored people down there thi-y used to pns tne and sav 'ntiiph.' A man told tne one of thiru said If he could get me up into Afi-K-.i some place he could sell me for 'wo elephant's tuk and a bunch i,?:'Vf.aHr1'; Iu,oM """ 1 w:,sr, t golt g to investigate that. I cot to I. shnn nboui Hire.. -.t nro anil nniWlv n,.,i ....... ,'": my j.art of thot town I mil Mr. l.mJrv the An.erle.in Consul, and he was all rie,,, urn muse ijiks ov. r llieio don t act civil Icd. Then I got n hoard a ship and got to Liverpool. I come over In th ltaltlo and got In last night " NEWARK SALESJIAN "MISSING. Pollee .semi Out Aliirm; fiir Itlfliiird II li'l.etlili-r, liiMie lnre Aim, H, Xkwark. N. .1. Noy,. II. Itlchard Illcketlilei-, ?D, .1 iilesm.in. h.ls been miss ing Hllicc August , and the iiiliro were again riquistrd to-di. y , ui ,end nut a general alarm foi lilm The, l.oy.il i- net- oi .wins" lias ill"., settt out clrcul.lt b'.-irtlig his photogriph atsl a general de- senpuon. Hlckcthler livid In MniMn avenue, Irv- ington, when he went .iwny uu bo ttuirti- 1nf o' August S III wlm r.v.-tVK nf wr.l fii.in lum, nnd lo stifsi'ii-t lnr 'm. ii ' i...,ii..i .in ,iwier llde at '!2 Sp.lllgtleld-.IVenu.. Which tilt now oiMluels. S--H,. expice-.M ipe -lsh to-d.iy that bee luirbiii.d noutd ie irn by TIlinksRli tig n.iy, fin "our l'.rl" lrl will be 3 yinn ol.l on tli.i t day '' TEN HELD FOR FREIGHT THEFTS. S) stemnllf sienlhiK From l.ncUn unnnn ltiillini.il U lllsclnseil, Nkwaiik, N. J., Nov II pix men and four boy uire charge.l In the Pemnd Crlinlitiil. C url here this morning with either stealing nr lecelvlng stolen frtlghl aluni .it more tliiin nnn from tho tnango Hlnet station of the (.ackawunn-i Jt.illro.id nnd were ii.;i, in ,,.,n ranging from WO to IS.O00 f ir nctlon by the Orand Jurj. Thu police sai that other r.n.its will folpjrt. About J30.1. worth of lhe stolen goods has been ri- vercd. One of the pi (sutlers Is IVnnk McCor mirk, IS vcars old, rtf IS North Seventh itreet, a chtcker for the rnltrnnd romiwpy Jt is allcgid bs llie pidjce that hH. jmr, pnsely undercoiiutcd Inn mlng freight and turned over tho goods not listed to ins friends, who delivered them to store Vepcrs to be told, nround there for three , .. , .1 .. "l-""m'r . u'", 'I Iterate specimens and both snld In effect. IIHtlSh Consul told Th." Fl-i ihn,''!,"?!,'' , n" ?f l'5tcell'nce ,n lhA d'f"r'm'n ' r I "We didn't get you that lime, nut you e new-s and i all fel iiee" " 'h" 1 "''P"1M ", rm,"" , T, '-"''"f I wait, wo will get you yet. An Knemy." "Then Hlong JV l't L ,,,, hls, ',nkl,, ",' ,!" rU' (-o""0r; m.VJ" That Judge Glbbs !... not been fright- ni.i ..... H'"nK came a 1 ortugtiese boat, e nbarriihsed, wn then presented to Mrs. ...... i.own hv mieeeeilinir h,.iw .,n C.nsul at .Xamn qu.? , nrin 'e J,l y','; 1 'P'""-, 1W'"1 1,:r1,, '"' ! District Attorney Martin long for tnoi- II.. XL. ... 1 . ' I. prince, SO f ,lt,l t would have been awful If you P.,,r!, .ellnn nn the n irt of the i.,.ltee the one at I.orento Marques and Lisbon ila.. i,.,., uiited " j.T. . police and everv other Place. He helnerl me nut ..... ,V . V.' ,, , 1 Conditions arc getting beyond endur- tn ; v....... .Ji ) "Z"r r1."1' ou'- "Well. Mr. Kagan told me." replied the -... M, Mnrtln ve-ierHv -t Huge Plot Seen in Bomb ! , Found in Tombs Court Continued from Firtt Pag. ami curried nltgntcil cigarette in tils i hand, fur Klilch the court attendant at tlin door ndinonUhed lilin. Ha hurried nwny without comment. lllslliiitiilslicit Visitor There. 0nl. R ffW mlmitC8 rlor , that MllK Istrate Cntiiiihcll had iirrfveil tn his chum 'hers, nccompanlcd by Mrs. Campbell nnd J 'vf mews. Including 0.-JI. Iwlwrt corpoVnUoV, .if New jey? Mm. Hlnes nd Dr. nd Mrs. H. I,. Hounds, retmn.il friend. A he led them to hi clumbers ld to them: "Hnturday l always u poor day and 1 don't' think ion will see .. . ,,,, i .i,,,i tllem nt0 lhe ctlllrt room Ah court w.is b.-lnir convened l'atrolmati OConnor w,im sitting with two other po llcetncn on the bench next to the rear on tliA Ifift li:,ml tiln ,if thu nnllrt ronm. He dashed forward, Kiabbv:! the botnn, which was wrapped In tne Jewish paper 'oni'iinl of October 22. llu bent the three Inches of fuse to the side of thu tisckairs and rubbed It with his hand, but he could ,., ...., ,,.1. 1, ... ,n , ,h. H., ;,, jiM a, ho rMche(1 lt tn fusi. llll0the - r m,Utr, Thtfll hp helll tlle bomb close to him ho pulled tho sizzling ruse from Its socket. O'Connor llns l.licly Time , "r ' "7 A",. "r ', , 1 L,11!:' ."Vlf.., t0ni'..r h1 keeled over Assistant District Attorney , Mines ami sprlntvd thiough the corridor thecurblng near Tom Foley's saloon. O'Connor hesitated to see whnt would ! There Then 'an automobile dashed up and I stopped within a few feet of the bomb, IVPimnnr mnnA?e,t lo ir,l Ihn ear mil I of the way when a crowd began to gather. , O'Connor hurled them back, shouting; ' "Get back ! It's a bomb" Next a surface 1 . -. . , ... . . . I . .1 r ' ir.ir siujipeu ncur nit si'ui Mini j v.uiuior was near to desperation. Giinrit formed Arnnml It, Trcsently Tatrolman Dettmer of the traftlc squad, who had followed O'Connor out, went to his aid and a clrclo was formed around the bomb, which looked like nn Innocent bit of wast wrapped In paper. A bucket of water was brought and dumped on It ami n second bucket Into which the bomb was rdunged. Owen F..igan of the bureau of combustibles ar-1 rived and after a brief examination de- 1 rlared there was from the bomb. no runner oanger "How did I feel when I picked that thing up," O'Connor repeated, as mopping his brotueil forehead, he talked to re porters. "Well, I was Just so excited that I don't know. I Just remember seeing It slrzllng nwav I saw the fuse burning down like this (h moved his finger slowly nlong his club, which hail been returned to him), and I decided It was up to me to get buy. i didn't know whether It would go off or not Yes, I admit 1 felt some better when I tossed It Into the street" O'Connor was called back Into the court room, where Magistrate Campbell wanted to know what had happened. Dlushlnc like a schoolgirl, the policeman told him. Thanked hy MnnlKlrnte. "It Is such men as you; said the Mag iffected, "who I istrate, who was visibly mimi. 1 ininK mat inc aeparnneiu snou. confer on you the highest possible honor.' I"'lce,San' , T.at J tok, ,h blKv'te,Lt .r"1il Whf" 1 'V,1 bv'nb. '," the buc1 f uT1' , t,','ere m'V beCn ."'r'' ? battery m It It would have exploded. II ;. w.ou.ld haw Wn hanl luck If after all th'1 ,rf"'me'lt ,th" hom1' would have exnlodeil ut the lat m nute." exploded ut tho last minute.' hh,fl- afterward Antonio Mollxzl, the In",nc'"'1 P?ur agaltibt whom O'Connor hnd ""l,le a char''o of disorderly conduct. Then ho observed .1 woman hurrying X' . 7, " , , ,lM ,.rrtr" being based merely on technicalities, all along the strict In the direction of the " 1 J. . nf th Imli.Srlil Workers'0' nhlon VKl favorable to the ti-ta-package. He tried to signal her back., ,T,h 'f.0. ,f, . '"i 1m I rlx' fl-oal agrnt. Tlio protesting rela but she would not hied him. so finally , f !h" 0,r''1 al1 , , 'h.,f" a,r" lB''. ( tiv.w w. re unable to fum'sh sudlclont he picked her up and carried her half "led h:lt,th0, h.iul ''nj"11' ' rMon for their appeal, and their mo .. i.i..i, 1 the bomb. CarloM Tresca, a bailing ... .,, " uring nonnr " wie . once wei.arii.ie. 1. 1 , Ju(, oll,b, thren,cnlnR n(H ,fe. Am ,h shall certainly write a letter to I'o.lce ; ,, ,,tfore ,lmt ha,, tv,.(l aMotm.r. Commissioner Woods telling Mm of your wn(.,, ,m,, br0U(.h, ,., toml t flf.y splendid courage and your presence of , ..,,, ,,,,. ..,,... -i- ,,. 1 rn,..' wn, '"ro'Eneu ana rounu gutiiy. jue; Magistrate Imposed a lino of 15 on him, FARES TO GO UP DECEMBER 15. a'lR: "'t ,vil fortunate that you broke 1,10 ?w. for you brought a brave, police- , w . man to court. I congratulate yon on being ' ,r rn,,""r" n" nccilln of. the saving of many lives, I'sseni;iT TiirlrTs To-niiirriiu . Including that of the Magistrate." ; "Wash inotov, Nov. 14 -Passenger fares Thu pedler did not hae the money, and tn i:IHterii railroad will he Increased o he went to th? Tombs, o ( otinor H.ild on n.tcmber 15, according to notices re- '.,le,,, i f i '.'.,y '"lJ ,S 1 A the.-Wttaie Commerce Coin, would pay that fellow's fine." I mission. The exact utnount of the It - 1 ... ...m i.i ... ...... .... ...... Mndi- Itiiiii Ollic nil i nn. Tlie litr.it. ennxlHipd of an orillnnrv ; .. ',e "sl" , " ' I olle oil ran, one quart size. Th con- ' Following a nuggestlon by the corn tents were pouted out by I-.igati In the mission In the advanced rat cuse de-, presence of Inspector Fauti.t. Capt. e'Hlon landed down on July i!U, tlie. Cr.iy of the First detective- branoh. and i-astern carriers Increased the charges i Guy .Scull, secretary to the IMlice Com- ot ni:eage IhjoUb from 2 cents to 2..j 'xbz; ?zjVMaa ,,clnK nt ,he Y"'- 'httivaieic WTO.r piiveii ! r, w h 1 1 o rvu t treed t h rourh it "in r JUr"ey tr'" NlW Vor" ordliruy rcvolvei cartrldp't und gun The commission npproed the advanced cartridges of calibers ranging from .3. lo ,ratP!1 un ,,,1 1onk, ,, Ukl ncnn U There was no advertising on tho can ,m,oubtodly will be taken on the au to Hhow whence it oatpe. The can had plication of the. Kastern carriers to In. -. punctured llrs.t through the small crease passenger fares generally. . t.vVi mid also In the top. A Hussliin ' The iini.llcation of Hie roi.U for muhnr. '" '""I ,"''" ,n stol' UI' onl' of "la holes niter it unci pern linen ins ran was wrupjie-l tlgbily with wire. The urwsp.ipor bid Is'n wrappiil around U scvc.nl tlrpes . thnt it mudo a filrly good Hlnd' bundlo but not too large to pieciude lis neuit c;ir im miuut ine rt.ii ,,,.,,, VIU. of l'..e , Miiulsl rl. HilU. oi t ase. ,afler cojtrt was adjourned the Magti- Irate made a' statement In which he said "t'f course ' r do ,nt)t care at litis, time In. express aify. auspicious .as to who might liiiva'pl.ici'd tho bomb it; the court t.uin nr as. tb WliO might have Instigated the placing uf 1t tjiefe. Vesterd iy I received a Itttsi "lu Kin.? me to'nttoifd the reoep-' mn that wus tendtrnl at Carnegie Hall last night to Ilouck Wliite on his release fioni thi1 tin. ens county J. ill, to which I had sentetitHil 111 in. The letter rontnln'd no threats, but In lhe rniir.se, of It my de . Isloq was dcolarcd to be unjust, I do nt pttaeh the slightest susplolon tu Mr. Uh'.te (or Ibis uit.ilr. It Is well known,' : .wevi f, tint Ii.) Is niiriouiided by and ur (.elated with m n who are very radl cil in their views, . "Vist-rday. ton. ! received a card with i 'in .iiinouni .'tnent of the reception to White, which would be presldid over by Meyi'.r London, tho Socialist Congress-m.iii-elri-t Thre wnno threat in tills elMier. At the time I sat In the church,, rlof cases, last winter I received several itireatrtllnB IctWrs, but they stopped some line ago." , . Asked If he would nsk for a police! r FIVE BOMB ATTACKS ON CHURCHES AND COURTS Slnc the beginning of the I. W. Vf. movement In this city last winter there nnvo been five bomb outrages against churches and courts. They follow: l-'obruary 6 St, Mark's-ln-thc Hou werle. An unexploded bomb was found In the church after Frnnk Tannenbaum and his followers had spent the night there, having been fed and having re ceived a comfortable placo to sleep . October U St. ratrlck's Cathedral. lews were wrecked and memorial win dows were broken by a bomb. October II The rectory of the Cath olic Church of Ht. Alphonsits In West IJroadway. Domb exploded outside, wrtcklng windows. In the church last winter more than 150 of Tannenbaum'H followers were arrested, and In Magis trate Campbell's court sentenced to the Island. November 11 The Bronx county court house. A bomb was exploded near the door, having been timed ap parently to strike County Judge Olbbs. November H Tho Tombs court. A bomb placed there apparently to kill or malm Magistrate Campbell. guard from now on ho lauglud and said . ,o, mai woum ne uioiisii. 11 iney arc . iKiuud to get me they will do It any w.iy. At the time of the trials I.int winter mid spritvt I was follow 11I by tough, but I neer paid any attention o them." Ilouck White, when ten at the Church of Social Revolution nt 40 We-it Twenty II f til street, doprucatcd tne IkiiiiU out- . rage. I "Whril p.wmI wnntfl Mn i!t rnti. (Tinm- toll's did Unly do our causeV" he asked. -it I, loclc.il for the i)llcc to surm so " 1M 'r th't ono of tho causes for tat end ng me the attack. be mide by L ' ,.,'i, wm ,,r,,v.. nt .k, avail. Hut there Is 110 Justice whatever In accuwlng Weaker of the I. W. W.. said thit the re might l .1 iiKeiinoou 01 wmie siaer planting bombs, but ho said he hail n i strong susplcJon that the police ha.1 womethlwr to do with It in order to mike a case a&ulm'. the anarchists or the t . ' 1 1 I. W. W. BRONX BOMli THEORIES. DUtrlrt Attorney Mnrtln SI 111 He llenes White Move llniif; liulllj. The Impression prevail In The Uronx that the bomb which was exploded In front of the great doors of tlio Hron.x. county court house several days ago was the work of HUc'k Handera and white slavers. This woh tho theory held at first, but abandoned when scraps of anarchistic lit ernture written In Spanish were found In the, wreckage. The Hri-nx detectives have nothing to Hay nbout the bomb or their success, or 1 ,lcU of ,t , tril(.nB guilty. It is District Attorney Martin, whose office was directly over tho explosion, who Is active and who lays suspicion on the gangs of which some members suffered through his own prosecution, as well as by tho sen tences imposed by Judge Glbbi, the man whom the bomb placer meant to harm. The happening In the Tomb court es terday, it Is urged, strengthens Mr. Mar tin' theory, as opposed to tho idea that tho bomb was set by anarchists. Then again, said Mr. Martin, tho Htonx bomb was .1 crude one ami not tho scientific production of nn anarchist. Only Friday rarao another letter to , hls c.n(llnB vo whn nIaVers to Sing , ,,. The ,.. llk ,.... don't want to criticise the police, but I wish they would take vlgorou action and nre 1,0 ""PPorUd In it. A police- mnn shouldn't bo up on charges when he rluh!, a BanPStcr or lmrU, lhe f((.iinB!, of tt rlo.r Krl(J U6a nf clubl) wolllJ havn . t. 1.. , .,. clubs a gangster or hurt the feelings of a rioter. Free use of clubs would havn good effect. It Is ridiculous to allow men to preach murder with bombs. Hammer them till they quit" 1 posod tariffs i'tln "filed with the coinmls . alon on Monday, ,' ... " " pro. i Ity to Inrrenuo p-issenger rates created no surprise in otllclal circles, a It was known here that tlio carriers were pre-' paring new tariffs for .consideration by I the commission. . --rrr; ALCOHOL AM) Narcotic Drugs Are Poisons ll.ililluil inters of llisni are nisi;.Si:i nnd nel proper help Just m much as If they uffr d from Typhoid Keter. The Mllt.MYI, ltt:Mi:ilV gives' this hs!. . It dots what If claomej for II j ro m.ives tie I'tminK in 4 to 6 dayi, .Uitrnyt Il.s .l ir, liull.U.up Ilia )tent'ine'ntall utxl plislrally I'or llleraliits and other Mforniitlnn write or ihoit ( - Norinyl Association 3S K. i:nd St., N. Y. c. Phone Murray Hill lore. ..v .A,'.vr..i... ..... 0 1.,..,. ..'III. llHni. IIMV- $6,796,000 AS -PSUMOF AFEUD Her Fiscal Agent to Inherit (Irent Ksfnto of Mtsa Julin flnrrctt. KteMXIVES LOSE APPEAL I'nitriEi.piiiA. Nov. 14. Ily an adjudi cation Hied by Judge Lamorelle In the orphans court to-day Isaac Tatna.ll Starr, a bond 'dealer of this city, will get about 8.7'JG.9S7 of the estate left by Miss Julia Garrett, who died at her home at Villa nova on August 3, 1913. Starr was Miss Garrett'i fiscal agent. When the provisions of Miss Garrett's will were m.ulo known shortly Hfter her death relatives threatened to eontest Starr's right to the residuary estate, but no action was taken to stop the court's adjudication of the c.ttnto under tho pro- virions of the will. The charities that benefit under the will nro the Kplscop.il Hospital, which will re ceive Illf.uOO. Orthop.rdlo Hospital, ISO, 000 ; Orthop.edlc Hospital and Infirmary for Nervous Diseases, 125,000; Ilryn Mawr Hospital, J10.0O0; endowment fund of Ht. Stephen's Episcopal Church, 12,000; Epi leptic Hospital (Oakbourne), 125,000, , ' " ' """J t.G.ooo.uuo. ! I "I" ilic adjudication of the Garrett w case chik u the climax to a yj-s ' effort on the part of two relative of ( .,iiii,-ii hi nave ine uriKin.11 urmmii "i in') uigisirr 01 wins annulling ine 1.1,,,,,..,,, I., ,.k..Ii .IlI.. it,mr&,i tn tt f 'tAti'tiinmt ,rinsU' In the UnlSf S ? sfe W Tl ra, ... ..r v t-'n. ri?,?i a defendant "T W llllam hvans Girrctt, 111 the manufacture of snuff. The ills-1 No new case were discovered, yestcr iKisllion of !. wealth ere-iied n fend day. but the I ederal and State otllclals. iM-tween two branches of the family. This,. feud w.m handed down from generation to gent ration and terminated wlch Miss Gar rett, the last of her line. Three montlW after Miss Garrett's death Agnes W. Cook and Olivia Walter, relaffvr-, lllel an appeal ngiilnst the admission of the will to probate. A desporate light In the local court wbh generally expected at the time, but the contest proved to be without sensation BIG HORN SHEEP SICKEN. Three I'eileriil llnrrnus ImestluHle Their Mmnur Ulsrnse, Wasii.soton, Nov. 14. The Depart ment of Agriculture has undertaken the Investigation of a serious disease which Is affictlng the Itocky Mountain big horn sheip and the mountain goats and is re ported as existing In the Lemhi National Forest in Idaho. The forest otllcers think that it is tlio same discaie that caused the mountain' sheep to die in great numbers during lSSC-iS The nature of the disease Is not knonti. lt tcsults fatally. Three bureaus of the Department are engaged In the study the biological sur- vc. bureau uC animal Industry and the forest service, 1 Fine I'nu-r Not Mnrlllmr Jinn.- Tlio Maritime Kxrhange, through It secretary. John Dowd. sent out a letter "'l ang inai . ame j. MC.-sa- marn. who was nneil ,ao in the Federal District Court on Friday for taking money from sal!or on the promise of getting them Jobs, Is not a member of the Marl time I'xt-hange. 111,11 ' n , i-iiiijt"i. All of IcofeI Ipone of the LQJ the Delights K-HHMRegreta mffeineremoved jJI' -111. rf v Rigid Quarantine Ordered on Long Island Farms Even Visiting Between Neighbors Prohibited in Two Coun t ies "Where Cattle Disease Exists Wandering Dogs and Chickens Under Ban. AUTHORITIES t'BEPAKE Tho State Department of Agriculture placed a quarantine yesterday on farms In Kings and Queens counties pending nn examination of all cattle to determine whether any are Infected with the foot and mouth disease. Notices were tacked on fences and trees warning families own ing cows, sheep nnd swine that they must not visit neighboring farms and to be very careful not to ullow any of their ducks, chickens, cats, dot'?. Ac, to wander off the premises The discovery of the disease In Frank Goldstein's dairy herd of 2s9 cows at Woodhaven mil In Sechter & Wicker s herd of forty at Maspelh has greatly alarmed Long Island farmers generally. I'ractlcully none of them Is familiar with the symptoms of the disease and several cases have been recorded where Instead of summoning veterinarians owners of ailing cows have called In their more ...Ivlil.r... , n fl ...I it Ihn animals had "that newfangled sickness." Tllf fljt nml mmlth ,sfa,4 Is so hlghl Infectious that It may be carried In men's clothe, and consequently the State Ag-ltl rU.llltural Department decided to stop indiscriminate visiting us n precautionary .n,.attnr ruiiuniim III ni- v,..nc w l.-..lt..n.l.. I.. .1.. ...nl - r.t ...., I fl I'.i i thrty State Inspector who carrlcil ' " v,"'"" ordcr from one fan" to "bother were eight other Inspectors .K ,t-,-.,i nf rnttln. who are working together to stamp out llie epKivmic, arw mil i.i.viii"i inw Infected herd may not be found at almost any time. The report that the disease had developed on a farm at New Its, U. 1., has not been verified, but th suspected cases arc still under observa tion. Dr. Albeit Ixmg, who has olinrge of the Federal quarantine activities on Ing Island: Ir. II. D. Gill, veterinarian for the State Deartment of Agriculture In this MCtion, and Dr. 12. H. Ackerman. chief veterinarian for the New York city Hoard of Health, had a busy day making urrangenvnta for the slaughter of liohl stein's htrdi Dr. lxing .ild last nlgnt that the work of killing the cows will probably begin this afternoon The De. partment of Agriculture nt Washington gave permission yesterday to liavo the cattle shot on the farm nnd their car cass, s taken to the dl-.pos.il plant at Darren Island. The department's method has been t bury diseased cattle In quicklime In trenche on the Infected farm, but the authorities modified their regulations to iiict the objections of Dr. Goldwater, Commissioner of Health, who was fearful that burial 01 tne carcasses nn l"4anu i.irms migiu wnuiiiiiiirt-ui um wuter mmnlv. Reside the health rrirula- tlons forbid the interment of anlmali , Ciih-aoo. Nov 14. Full activities will within the city limits. The carcasses will j he resumed at the Chicago stock yards on therefore be placed in dead animal Monday. At midnight Sunday night the wagons and taken to Newtown CreeK ! thoroughly disinfected pen chutes and nnd then removed by snows to Uarren 1 alleys will be thrown open ro the first Island. Great care will be taken later, j consignments of cattle to arrive, under the supervision of the Government At the hour of beginning work on Mon otllcJals, to disinfect the wagons and 1 dny morning the killing floors, scoured icowi. and cleaned In every nook nnd cranny. After tho Woodhaven farm lias been 1 will be thrown open and by noon the thoroughly cleaned up the cattle at Mas- whole packing Industry will be humming petli will be destroed. away at full speed Dr Long said that In case one or more Dr. W N. Nell, chief of the bureau of diseased cattle are discovered in a herd1 meal Inspection at the yards, gave assur the other animals may be slaughtered! anees that the public need feel no fear of for beef as soon as it Is established be-1 the meat offered for sale In Chicago. CAFFEINE-FREED COFFEE NOT A SUBSTITUTE Kaffco HAG Is the coffee lovers' coffee, permitting the full enjoyment of the finest quality in unlimited quantities, with the, injurious effect of the nerve-racking, stomach disturbing caffeine absolutely eliminated. It gives health protection without any sacrifice of en joyment the flavor Is superb. 25 cents the package In the bean only All dealers Kaffee Hag Corporation, 225 Fifth Avenue, New York TO KILL INFECTED HERDS rond doubt that they are perfectly well. Whenever a herd Is destroyed the owner Is reimbursed for his loss, the Stalo and Federal Government each paying one half of the amount at which the animals are appraised. Tho New York, New Haven nnd Hart ford Ha 1 1 road Is preparing for tho benefit of shippers a circular covering tho quar antine rules and other Precautions taken by the Oovornment to top the spread of the disease. The rulnw not only forbid Itlie shipment of cattle, sheep and swine from quarantine States but the ship. j ment of tho dressed carcasaca as well, unless tho hides, tiklns and hoofs have (been removed. . . Many big butchers: received Govern- 'ment odvlce yesterday that carcasses of calves cannot bo shipped unless the nklns . and hoofs nro removed, and this ha produced a fear that It may lead to a scarcity of veal. However, there wasn't any material change in any kind of meat prices yesterday. it- itohert Mullfnirs. n charge of n Federal Ilureau of Animal Industry's activities in New Jersey, said yesterday that the Department apparently has control of The situation In Hudson county. Ho ha divided tho eountv Into districts. nnd every cow, sheep, pig and goat will bo examined by his Inspectors. Hartf-okd, Conn., Nov. 14. Dr. Frank A. Alngram. Deputy Commissioner on Do mestic Animals, to-night telegiaphed Chief Melvln of the Federal bureau of nnlmul Industry thnt ho had discovered two herds of cattle near Hartford, the first In this Htate, suffering from the foot and mouth disease, nnd asking for Imme diate instructions beyond the quarantine precautions nt once Imposed, MAY SHOOT MORE HERDS. 11 ut Qlinrnntlne lu I'lttahur; Is l.lkely lo Hnri This Week. I'itthbl'rq, Nov. 14. Control of the foot and mouth disease by the Htate nnd Federul authorities has reached the point where the quarantine at the Herrs Island AlnrlfvttrHa mm l.a tnull,l,l l.u t.,4a J Tuesday and perhaps removed entirely by the latter part of the week, Only sixty-four cattle have been killed here to date, and no new cases have been reported to the I'lttsburg otllce In the last forty-eight hours. 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