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THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 26, 1915.
SHERIFF PUTS STRIKE GUARDS UNDERARREST Tide Water Oil Sunoi-inteii-dent Also in Custody for Shooting From riant. SAYS SITUATION IS VnW TTVlYlel r"fPI?nT. l'aBn for e'ftUt hour and Inct eased iU LiMJUK IAJ. n NfW KnKliUU, W be mapC() !out nt Hrldgoport, while the local sltua- .. ....,., t. I'0" will no discussed hero. Bheriff Kugen F. klnkead of Hudson J j Ke,,pIcri vice-president of the county, upon whom has devolved tho en- International Association of Machinist, tire responsibility of maintaining order who carried tho llrldgeport arms strike tho Constable Hook section of Hay-, atHem.n.jon plants a sful onne. whore tho btnndard Oil cmployeeM , ovcr ,he tclcphono lagt nBht ,hut he re on strike, took summary mensun . would bo engaged In Hrldgoport with yesterday to prevent tho guard of tho the Remington sub-contractor to-day, Plant from firing promiscuously upon ?"&?r f 5 ths Idlers nenr the oil works. nre wnttltiK for him to return before they The Sheriff arrested Samuel II. I'd-'order n strike nt any particular plant, wsrdi, superintendent of tho Tide Water,1' la ;. however, that the first blow .... r- rr i !hcle will I'e struck this week. Oil Company: 1'. I.eo Gcrfioff. head of. ,,,..,,,, of thc lntcrnatlonal labor private detective agency, und thirty heads whose organizations will be In- of llergoff' guards, who were on duty volved In the metal strike machinists, Inside the oil work on a charge of In- moulders, pattern makers, polishers, inside the oil works, on a cnarge o in blackMnUh Bneet mctaI Horl(crR uml citing to riot. Ldwards was held In , etructurnl rnn worker. met In Hrldge- $500 ball, tlorKoff In $1,000 ball, while port yesterday afternoon, said Keppler, the guards wcro locked up In tho Hud-. to talk over tho general policy of the son county Jail. proposed walkout. It has been decided, The Sheriff charged that tho guards, )le added, that In the general movement contrary to Ills orders, have been (how- no particular city or factory will be lug themselves with rlllvs In sight of tho picked out. When the opportunity strikers and their sympathizers. Ho presents Itself, nnywhere and at any accused many of them of firing shots time, a strike will be declared, Keppler from the plant In the courso of the night, atntoi, with the swiftness of an over- Not being able to ascertain wiio nan so offended, he decided to tuKo mm cumouy all the men who were on duty In the plant at the time the shots In Question wire fired. Mr. Klnkead had Informed the officials of the oil plants on Saturday that no shota must be fired by the guards except He' explained thnt he In fence of life and would see to It with hi. policemen that no damage would be done to the work. When he discovered y.sterduy that his orders had been dUobejcd he decided on .vr measures decided on severe measures. SInahroom Ilullrt l'r!. The Sheriff also knew that the strikers 1 leaders, were greatly Incensed because the guards "I expect to finish In Hrldgeiiort on were using lead bullets that make tcr- , Monday," said Keppler. "To-morrow I rlbly gashing wounds. Investigation shall meet the sub-contractors who are yesterday proved that luch was tho case, doing Itemliigtnn work. 1 do not an At the liavonne Hospital thtre wcro tlelnato any opposition to the workers' found soft nosed bullets that had been proposal from them Inasmuch as the removed from the bodies of the wounded Itemlngton people have already capltu atrlkera. : latcd. If they do not grant our demands. The Sheriff entered the Tide Water however, tho same tactics that were plant and made the arrest of some of the used In the Iiemlncton plant will be fol guards, although one of them threatened lowed out with these sub-contractors. I him with a rifle. He saw several of tho have promised to meet K. J Decrlng. guards atandlng out on the fence of tho plant with ther rllles. Followed by two other New ork district officers on Tuos of hla deputies, he Jui-td the fence of day." tha plant and rut'-. steward tho plant John A. Johnon. vice-president of topped for a moment when ho saw a tho International Hrldge and Struc guard taking careful aim at him. Hn , tural Iron Workers, who helped Kep dlracted his two aids to take aim and to pier In tho Hrldgeport strike, came to fire at the guard unless the latter ,w York on Saturday night, hut re lowered hla weapon. Then rushing for- turned yesterday afternoon for the con ward he commanded him to throw his r,.rellco to-day. At the Continental gurv away and put up his hands. There Hotel Johnson said his men would go was no further risl-tancc. l)tck t0 work OIl tho ncw jtcmngtoii The guards, elsht of them, who were j IVIIIICUl "SIB LWUII'VtlCU U lll.lll.ll nlH hands up Into tho tire engine house across the street. Afterward they were taken to police headquarters. Much excitement ws earned by the discovery that a rifle bullet had been fired nt the rectory occupied by Father Slglsrnund Zw elder of tho Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel In Bayonno street, and had struck the house two feet from a chair where tho priest was accustomed to sit at tlms In tha early morning before going to mass. ' Policemen (limrd I'rlrat. It had been the plan of the priests In Bayonne to urge the strikers to return peaceably to work. On account of tho Intense spirit displayed, however, It was deemed wise not to do so. The prisms announced from the pulpit that Sheriff Klnkead had commanded U the strikers and others to go quietly to their homes at tho end of the services and not to appear on the street except when bound on Important matter. A policeman was assigned specially to guard Father Zwel.ler's home for tho re mainder of tha day, and last night two patrolmen were stationed there. Throughout the day, however, the strik ers were extremely orderly and very few of them nppe.ired In tho Ktreet. There will bo a inet-tlng of the strikers this morning. The funerals of two of the strikers who were killed In the rioting last wcekj were held yesterdny nnd there was no . demonstration whatever. Sheriff Kln-moro than thirty midshipmen were re kead had taken procaution lnsuro tI1I1(.(l from the hijuadron In order to quiet and peace. Ho had arranged so,, ...ut ,aM been thorough that tho prlea'.s went to the homes of tha two families and there blessed the dead without tho ceremony of having the bodies taken to the ohurch. Xlnkeud Defends Fielder. h.rlff Klntea iv,. ..i ,.r ii, ! ji... i...j ..... . i i.i-.. i.i imy ipnucu It Siuitriiicill in 1111.-.1 ill (rtm that he believed thire wou' lm no further rioting and In which lie de-' fended Gov. Fielder's nttltud tnu-nnl 1 Ul qestlon tha Standard ment waa In Issued at Sea Olrt by Adjt.-Gcn. W. ! Sadler. Tho Sheriff said: There ha been some serious editorial criticism of fjov. Fielder In connection with tho Hayonne strike. I have, of tourse, not crlclclsed him, nor havo 1 .poken In criticism of nny otllclal, city, county or State, since my arrival on tho icene. In Justice to fjov. Fielder I must now state that he has been at all times ready to ijlve me assistance which the ltuatlon required. Conditions change rapidly whero so many contrary Inteieata are nvo vM nnrt .i mtinv H,m..,.l. men ara affected thernbv. conditions have gradually grown bet- ter here and for thren d.ivs tUtm h-. bee- no bloodshed, much uu .l..ih r. ul.lng from thn strlko condition. No 'damage has been done to tho atTecttd J company's property, and I am convinced. that from tho orderly rnnnnor In whlih' Ihe strikers went to the Stundard Oil plant on Saturday, received their pay checks and departed thera 1 no reason to fear further outbreak. "Tho pollen of 11,'iynmin aro patrolling their usual post nnd normal loudltlniiH are gradually being resumed, Hudson county owe a debt of gratitude to tho municipalities that hnvn sept pollen aid to tho police, especially tho Houlcvard police." Fonrteen Saloon Men Arrested. All the saloons in H.iyoiinn remained closed nnd order wein given by thn Sheriff to arrest the driver of any brew ery wagon entering llaynnnn with In toxicant of nny kind. Tho Sheriff raided two saloon In tin. couisu of tho day nnd mail., fourteen hi rest for vio lation of the excise law. It wa rum. .red In Haynnun last night that the Safety Insulating wiro and Cabin Company, emil.i ing inn men, would fan. a ii 1 1 lie thin munilug. Tin. report could not be v. iill.'.l. In lb., aflertiiiiin Mayor Gnrven of Hayonnn hnd a -niiei eine with Col. Applcton or Hie Fouilli Ileglllienl of Jersey Ct and with Col, V.iekers, a member nf lln ine leguueut ami also Alalant l'it,vtutui of Hud, on totinl) , I iriui I n uiiiiuM imiaiil ., , , . i i .. of stnding troops to guard , ' than dlsnilssal may be Imposed .) , d Oil plant, "ha state- the superintendent of the academy, ratl n nccord with a statement ! "' ' ,llu awretary of th Navy. A CONFERENCE TO-DA Y MA Y DECIDE GENERAL STRIKE Labor Leaders to Meet at To-morrow Confident Bliss Factory Deflnlta plan for Immodlnto action In lha contemplated Kcnernl strike of machinist and metal trailed worker en gaged In tho manufacture of war muni tions throughout tho country will tio for I mulateil nt a conference of International l labor hc;uls In llrldgeport to-day and In ! New York city to-morrow. The cam- night order. Illlss factory Is Marked. Local olllclals of the International metal association stated yesterday thnt the E. V Hilt- plants In lirooklyn had been marked for the first strike In this Kwlc'. when i ask.d about that , r munition. orUeri In the 1 Ik works had been organized for , " t1!- Stlltl J , be read nt ; any me for strike i order have been Issued to the men isecietly because the company. It I- said. has had detectives working among the men to offset the plans of the union Jamc. Wilson, Michael Cearncy and the HAZERS AT ANNAPOLIS ; FACE COURT-MARTIAL i Sovonil Mi.lsl.iimion Ki-portcd . ( IJc Tlirputciipil 'itli Dis missal From Ai'mU'iny. Annapolis. Md.. -Inly That a number of midshipmen will be tried by ciurt-mHrtlal 011 charges of liaising, af ter the board of Invistls.itlun. appointed by Hear Admiral W. T. Kull im, super intendent of the Naval Academy has -n.nnlete.l lis work, has become dell- .i I nlteiy known, in sett-. . Hons hao developed which may make dismissal necessary unoer toe mw..i policy of tho Naval Academy authorl tle and Sivretary Daniels. It Is understood that tho board will not comiilcte It work for about two wetks. It wa In session prior to tho sailing oi tno iuu,ii. - i nnd manv Instance of hazing have been i brouttht to light. Oral abuse of under i class men, known a "cussing out." thn ' requirement of songs and tttorles, tliu' answering of nonsensical question and the Imposition of long continued physl- cal exercise have all been brought out.near by caught Urn and were destroyed. imfiirn tin. board. - in onu caso a lourio ii,i mini . require.! to on iniriv.n ritiLim-n unvn HO iainie.1, unuei ura i, tiuini-iiuiwiii. trial by court-martial is required before a midshipman may be dismissed. PREDICTS PRANK'S DEATH. (ieorala's tliivt-riior to Pardon Many Convicts. Atlanta, July 25 Leo M. Frank Is doomed, according to tho opinion ex pressed to-day by Gov. Harris, who wa ai tno nmie iirmon i.uiii in ..iiuuutivi uiu viwterdav lnvestlsatlntr tho assault Ulion ti, prHiine- by William Creen. Tho . .. . Governor loe not neiieve i-ranK can re- cover from his wound. Ho was present wiieii tin. laceration wero dressed. "H was an ugly wound and I do not sen how tho man can get well." he said, "Tlu. doctor, however, tnink ilirtcrcnlly, Frank was vomiting considerably when I saw him and till appeared to bo a great strain upon him." when thn legislative lommlttco visited tho penitentiary leccutly ono of tho members, a phslcian, saw tho wound .....1 .1....I r...l tli..l M'1,11.. I. l,..,,1l.,, ... nnd de.iared that w hllt. It was healing at tho coiuurs, tho centre was In bad con dition. Gov. Harris was so shocked by what ho saw at the prison that ho announces his Intention to pardon a lurge number of tin. convict at onco. lie will send a special message lo the t.iglliitlir this weik, urging radical lefnrui In tho treatment of prisoner. With tear roll Ing down his chick ho tulluil to-day of what he had seen. The Governor wn lnipresed with the fact that many of thn prisoner aro old men, feeble and emaciated, unfit fur work. Iiieannblo of furtlnn- crime, yet held behind tin. bar. "Poor fellow, some of them have been nt the farm twinty-flvo or thirty years." lu. said. "Their former friends und as s.'oiate.s hnvo forgotten them. It I worse than being dead. Ms heart bled for Ihese pour denture. Their piteous ipie,il for freedom ttlll ring In my earn," Bridgeport Gather Here of Non-union Aid Is Marked. buildings to-day, but that ho Is ready to cooperate with tho machinists anil other metal workers when they begin pulling their men. Wherever building work Is being done by Ironworkers on new additions to plants making war sup-! piles they will go out with tho others. Johnson, Keppler, Thomas J. havago nnd Frank Jennings, the latter two In ternational machinist heads, have stud ied tha entire New England situation together. .Vmi-ltnloiilsti In Accord. "Tho sentiment nmong the non-union workers In the metal trades," Bald Hus lnes Agent K. J. Decrlng of tho local district of International Machinists, "Is unanimous on the subject of n national strike and wo expect a general walkout of non-unionists with tho unionists when we start tho ball rolling, l'urthermoro. the general sentiment of nil tho fiOO.OOO metal workers In the United Ktntcs on ( the eight hour day Is unanimous. "Wo control more than l&OiUOO union machinists and there aro 1 40.000 or more non-union machinists who wilt Join our strike. Tho large pcrccntngo of non-unionists In the various branches of tho metal Industry can bo depended ler. All tho metal workers In the country teallie whether they aro union or not. that this Is their opportunity to get ad- vnnced wage scales and tho eight hour day. They would be Insane to neglect. thn nre-cnt oppurtunlty to get better cold Ions In ti e meul trades ge. er- conditions in the mei.u gener .i.'nrr.olnir lint tliA masses of tho , ' , wmild ?lnX " e mm - me al worker wo I.I II nal y be ui a jii mous on th s qucs Ion of an tight I our day and higher wages during the height of the munition ma ufacturlng In the L'nlted State, the olllclals of the metal worker have been planning for this natlonil stilko ever since the Ltiropean war began, watching for an opportunity to beclri the present genera' movement, Not only will nil the allied luctnl trades men go on strlko whin tho call conic, but them will be n sympathetic Mrlke m, nil liiillillncH In the course of con- Htructlon which ure to be used to tn.inu- fneturn nrins nnd ammun tlon. The sentiment for an tight hour day which now seem to prevail Is the most extensive that has ever been known In the metal industry. Tie unions see in It a chance to couple with It n demand for higher wages." the Maratun' machesd last night that the Ullss shops had been determined upon for a generul walk nut to become effective In k short time. "Everything has been arrang.d," said Cearncy, mem this io siari ino sinus move- unub nn.l ua nr.. ,..Mtti1..tit ..f ..11 ..l..r. II.., II.,., 1., .1,1- ...i. u......v.ik i-uivi. .... ........ ...o in nun city the metal trades worker nre par- tlciilurly anxious to tackle the K. W. Ullss Company, which defeated them during the Inst general strike, when nearly all the other concenw granted the machinists' demand. Hut the ma- chlnlsts are not expecting a def.Mit this lime. iney aro comment mat, witn tne cooiier.uion of nil tn. metal trade unions, they will achieve one of the most sweeping victories ever know;i In their trade," ' - - ----- POUGHKEBPSIE SWEPT BY $200,000 BLAZE : WIh.Io City Hlock VipnI Out 1 1 .. ! til IVIHIMIIIIN ."Ijirt'llll I llllllCS Firi'inon Hurl. rotrniiKKKrsiK, N. v., July 2,',. An entire oily block of IiiiIIiIIiikh, liniudlng the !. W. Wilbur l.iiiiil.er Comimtiy, the plants of Armour A: C... arid Swift Co. and the Jann'ii-Itnbei Is Taper Com-.C pnny, n well n the iVntral New Hug. . ial JUIIrnad freight station mid tw.-i.tv I . ' frAlr.l.i ,..ru l i. ... i. .. 1 fire, which starled In the. lumber vtril I ;lbout j, n.,,0(.k M m(( ln)(., lt',lu' n,lmrH were under control. A conserv; tlve estlmale of the damage Is :nii.(ini. j Half u dozen explosions, sillinohrdly of dynamite. In which the Wilbur corn- . . ,,.alH .Mx ,,,. imidlng and lum ,er supplies, followed the spread of the flames. Piece of lumber and timber were thrown a block away. For a time tho eiitlri! northeast part of tho town wa threatened. The ten local III., com tunics summoned aid from W.ipplngeia Falls and two more companies ie. sponded, At least lit fin men wero hurt and tho Vassal- and St. Francis hospital ambulancos wore kept busy all night. So rapidly did the flames spiead that seven cottages In the residential section iThe orlirln of the blaz.i c ould not In. The origin of the blaz.i could not' bo asceriainen io-mgiii, mil u is not ii.-e.i io oe suspiciiins. SPITE FENCE MAN" IN JAIL. Will Test Mnulty ft Allitor. Wlin Has Annojril Sral.rlulil I lllsens. SrAimmilT, N. J., Julv 55. James M. Allgor, who ha gained coiiM.kiililo notoiloty as the "ltumson roul t-pitn fence man," Is In the county Jail, having been arrested here last night by detec tives from I'rofceutor Charles F. Sex ton's otllce. Flvo Indictment with re turned ngalnst him a few day ago by tho Monmouth county Grand Jury. The complainants wero tho Itev. W. Dutton unin, recior in M. l ieorgo Chill till Mi'Mahoii, a former Ittlinsoil ; I''rllk Mayor of Itunih.ui ; Georg.i M. Davison, cashier of the Flist Nat.imal Hank of seabright . the Scaliright Hoard of Health and tho county of Monmouth, 1 Allgor will bo examined a In hi I unity, with n view nf committing him i to the State hospital at Trciilon. Ho his been a source or iinnoynneii to rc..icnt i of Sr.ibiight and lluiiisou for tho past live years. Tho trouble started when lie attempted to launch a howling alley nt thn end of thn Henlulgni drnwlirlilgo on I the Itumsnn wide, and theie linn been one I continuous round of tiotiblo ever allien. 1 Alln.ir li.t.s urri'ml ti.ti.i In th ...innlu Allgor Ills served tinii. In thn county Jail nnd ha been detnlnid nt the State lusatio asylum, but muiagcd to secuio 111 freedom. Ho built a housi-bo.it e.ir'y in tho sciMin nnd g.ivn notice that If h was attacked bv a "submarine" he would build 1111 airship, 11 ho Intended to re main and "get Hqiiari'" with thu people of Scaluight and Kuinsou, Allgor' lioiiK-lio.it Is decorated with all burls nf sign, 0110 of them being a vilu attack ngalnst th.. Illinium lector who is named 11 ono of thn roinpluluaiit. Trenton Young' -Mini Drown When Canoe In I'pset. Tiucs'TON, N. J., July 2.1. Tho wah from 11 passing motor boat lipid 11 ciinon lu which three, young men wen. paddling IhlH afternoon and one of them drowned and another nariowly escaped. Tho drowned young nvyp waa Louis Orlleso, H"'l South Warren street, Trenton. Tho body .vas recovered. GUARD BRIDGE OVER BLISS ARMS PLANT Special Watchman on Manhat tan Structure Authorized by Commissioner. 5TK1KK ATTACK IS FKAHED Tho seriousness with which tho officers 'of tho 12. W. Illlss Company regard tha threatened strike of some 2.000 ma chinists employed In Its Mrooktyn ammu nition plants Is responsible for the un usual proceduro of stationing armed private guards nnd a spoclally detnllod policeman on the northbound foot road way of tho Mnnhattan Hrldge. which on tho Brooklyn end overlooks two of tho Illlss plant. The regular policeman nnd . . . .. . , , -.1 r. ...... 1 .ill rnl the ."""" , ' 7 1 '.. . V V, . roan way nay nnu nigni . n,...- v. .... fact that tho Walk Is not now open for public line. The permit to station the guard on a public thoroughfare was Issued by llrldgo Commissioner F. J. it, Jvraesc on Saturday morning nt thc tiiet of Howard C, Seaman, secretary-treasurer of the Ullss company. Mr. Seaman asked In writing that two guards be allowed to patrol the roadway over- looking the Ullss works. Ho saw mat it was simply n precautionary measure taken because of the extensive manu-i facture of ammunition nnd war supplies Rolng on nt the two downtown l;'-'9- Although Mr. Krncke Issued t he I'"; mlt nt onco ho nBked Mr Seam in over i telephone If the company had re- Celve,i nny threats. It was denied that' "' threats, written or otherwise, had l,e'n lmlv"1' Tl,e" ,,he 1.,rld'!: V0'"" llllH!tolltr caIIw, llp Ioljrc Commissioner W(J0U l;l,Uetl ti. matter over with h1 Mr Kracko bean to naye fears for (h(1 pnf(ty of the ,)rllKe t,clf( 50 he . aMkc(, iir Woods to station an extra i policeman on the northbound roadway to supplement the lilies company's private watchman. lay nnd night now the ; three patrol, several hundred yards of the unused walk. a reporter for Tun S.'N found four men on the north walk yesterday after- noon besides the bridge Inpector and a regular policeman. The private guards are In charge or J. J. uningan. an e- vollcemvi. He has twenty-one guards under him. mostly ex-pollcemen, work- '"K Mtl "; mcn Vac f,,,, ,if ik..in toil citl m inlil r trn-iil vl :i V ""- r""' ovorlooklng the Ulls company, two watch the Haet tilvnr waterfront iJ , near the Illlst company l " M tiall.gan Insisted that his men were not nrlvato detectives, but simply em plojees" of the llllas company. He pointed out how easy It would be for nnt ntin In nil nlitoninblle to cr.ist one ,.t of unued railroad tracks, step toi .. .... . . , .. t.t...... ... . . .. u ..... minn ro.mway wiiii.fui nuii-ii rum i. .. - - - ...i. . nirow a nomil on wie io.i in nuirr imi-n plant and get away again before any I one could catch him. It Is to prevent any , .null .uvl.lent or design that his men are there, he said. In spite of the fact that the tiorth , walk Is tinsel at both ends while the , pl.iz.ia are being constructed (lalllgau nam a lew i-rr.un u.m i,n-,ui-n . warn since m' ku.ii.ij nunc. ...n uy departed as soon as they found that trespassing was forbidden, In order to cross from the south foot path of the Manhattan Hrldge. nt present 0lj., OI)e open for pedestrian trattlc. one would have to .ilnib a railing, cross the new subway tracks, climb anotner i.i'ling. cross tho vehicular ro.tdwny In tne centre, climb n third railing to an uriiicil set of railroad tracks .m.l then limb a fourth railing before reaching the north footpath. The bridge trolley i-irs ue a set of tracks over the un-in-ed si r on the north side of the bridge. SVitfc nXxwll nf about fifty feet. HOLD OUT AT BRIDGEPORT. It.-mlimtiin Mil.-l'.iiilrn.'l.irs lnt ;lr S llinir lilt . I 11 Ion n). UniMiK.i'onT, July "f John .1 Keppler I said to-nlKht that all of the nun who ... ,.rlke at the Itemlngton V. M. Company plant a week ago will be lack at work to-moi row, but thnt the machinists who nem om nt ine , oii.ier Murlvftil o .M IIL l ' II It! Itl'ltlll "in 'iinj i . ..V. I .. .. 'nmiiuiii. (tin Cnmi'iiny. "rl',,:''l'"n I:"k''" Company, tno (iaynnr M.inufaclunng Conip.ni) and tho tlrant Mittiufarturlng Company will not ""turn until the heads of the companle iigreo p. give them tho eight hour day. as cull of thee companies ha leceived contracts from the Itemlngton concern. The eight hour day at tho Itemlngton Arm Campany and at the I.', M. C. Com pany will Immediately affect 10,000 men and women when It bctome operative on August t. Tho manufacturer to-night said that thele would be no discrimination ngalnst tho men who left the shops a week ago :,mi nil iiim ainilv for work will be re- I t,,!.lt,.d. Th conference to-day was attended by Keppler, J. F. Anderson, Flank Jen nings mid P. J. Conlon, vlco-presldent I of the International association i Thoma I Savage, member of the general execu- I S.ivuce. member of the general execu- lit,, board. William l.arklli, Slato or canUrr: Joseph Glltiiore, New Kngland organlzeri J J Connolly, business . h,.i.u ' ' i 1 1 r I V,., V111U Imul. ti. tJ .......I ,i,,,i i-hur us si.iu. 1:. m. aco. Geoig.s Dojlo and J. J-agan, general or - B,1MU,,,,,. Th conference adjourned late to-night tii meet liu'll 11 lo-lnoriow .11 1110 i rilice George Hotel, In New York, "BARONESS" PUT IN BELLE VUE. Wnniaii ruder Olierntlon After CnnslllK J:fltrntftit on llrinld t n . , A woman who stylos lierself Hurones Ad.ialdo A. do llergh of ZZl Went KlKhty-thlrtl strco was taken lo Hello - tun Hosiiltiil at an early hour yesletd.iy morning for observation after a series of peculiar actions on Hroadway. At- trillion wa llrst railed to tho lla nines when she entcicd the Sonoma apart - mrnt.s at Hroadway and Flfty-flftn street nnd ileclaii.il that she wn a dog deteo- tivn and deman.ltsl to Know 11 ine nog ih..r. vtiin nrnnerlv llcellsi'd. Silo then, entered the elevator, according to tho at tendant at tho apartment, locked her self In and tall thn elevator lo tho top Moor, wiuuo she remained for an hour. She then left tho apartment and storied down Hmadwny In the mldill of tin. street. Several times ho nar rowly missed bolng run down by unto, mobllitt and street c.11 until sho was taken lo tho Went Foiiy-snventh struot ' Million house, At tllo station hollsu sho refused lo give her n.nnn at llrt and wn Indignant al being brought there. I She said her husband w.i.i representing thu I'nlle.l Stales Government In Kuiope, Sho llnnlly told Lieut. Hum that her mime wn Do llergh and that she wa nf the nobility An ambulance took her to llclleviin Hospital. Tho admittance curd state that sho Is thute fur dluguoHl and ulcohollsm. The llaroncss nays her age is 50, Ap parently sho live aloiui at the Highly third htrret apartment, I'n thn door "f her apartment I a handsome gilt crest with a Latin Inscription Her niimo Is not listed 111 any nf tho New Voik reglsteis, In th Almannrh do Gotha or among tho common llHts of tha minor pcorub'o at Kuropc. BIG STEEL MERGER REPORTED FORMING Schwab, Trick ami liockcfcllcr Said to Hack Billion Dol lar Concern. STOCKS HEAR OUT HUMOR Clkvklano, July 25. Tho Cleveland l.tt.tlrr will print tho following In a prominent position to-morrow morning: There Is u new steel trust In tho hatchery. Chnrles M. .Schwah I slated for tho presidency and Henry Clay Krlck Is re ported to ho pulling tho wires that will glvo the country n second great steel combine. Included In It organ ization In important roles will bo per haps ns many as half n dottn Clevelnnd, Youngstown and I'lttrburg Iron nnd steel men. This second steel trust will not bs ns large as tho United States Steel Corporation, but It will npproxlmnto It so closely In tho magnitude of Its operations that there will not be mud i.dvantnge accruing to the present "lend ing Interests" In the trade. Informa tion was avallnbte In Cleveland Iron and steel circle to-day that Indicates that the new Schwab steel comhlno Is fur ther nd vnnced than was suppiwed. The companies named ns definitely lined up for the greatest Industrial mer- K,r f,.0 lrt nte,i Mates SImI Cor- prntlon was formed In April, 1501, lncU(Jn! The llethlehem Steel Corporation, of which Charles M. Schwab Ik president; ,le r0,)ruil Fuel nnd Iron c ompany. )Wtlcl, ,,y 1P chf,.,orH . tllo JoI1 & i.UUghllii Steel Company of Pits- !,urK, ,w ,, the greatest of all the llepen.lcnt i tho Crucible Steel Com- pany f America, once owned In IMtta- tur. ,u wUoM eontrol Hi the past few nioutlm has drifted to Wall Street: tho I.acknwnnnn Steel Company of Iiuffulo. controlled by the Vanderbllts ; Horace j:, Andrew mid Interest Identified Wth l-ickan.ls, Mather A Co. of this Hty , the 1 Vnusylvanlii nnd tint Cambria Steel companies, control of which rests with the r.'imsylx'anla Hajlro.id. whose holdings have been optioned to William II. Dnnner, president of tho company nn.t close friend of Henry ( lay KrlcW Nestor of the new'ldea of a second steel iru.n. Oilier Coiiipnnli-s Mnr Join. Hennd these companle actually named ns scheduled for entry Into the Blrrl "' toiije.'iuie runs riot. '1' ' reported that the Republic Iron turn nun limy iir iiii-iuiifii iiiki that thu VttuiiKHtonn Slu-et Hint Tube nXl i. 'tho HckannX MaViieV & Co! Intel est, may also Join. Should It go ns far as this, It ran be taken for grant.' I that It will nlso take In upwai.l of ilOO.Oiin.OOO worth of lake steamship and Lake Superior ' i.. ,, . . "i" i-mi:i .i levn I iillliuiiru by the i ., i lu, luiure-is ,,f 11,1. ,.1... Anri 11 ' "J ' V ,.m, . " i ,"n?i.,",i' .,...1 sieel Company of Chl.-igo the Hrler U Steel Company of Young-town, tho i.utolla Iron Works nf Wheeling and others In tho same class operating throughout tho Mahoning and Shcnango valle). The steel trade Is aflutter as It never has been since the d.t.s when the steel barons of the year lHOO-lUOl weic nick ing up Med prop.rtlt. thc cotniiry over iitnl paying fur them in fabulous sums since the ear wlnn I'lttMiurg had to re vise Its blue liouk and mid two or three panes for the new coterie of multi millionaires who arrle.l over night sprung upon nn astounded world and the ' 191t ttteet and XiiiKtvrdtm .ivnue for n,"a,It. was ilrowncd. De Sllvn wns llrst billion dollar corporation c.imo Into sl oM, ,nrmhfr of th, tufn. among the first of the convict to re "'"he last great obstacle lo a merger of r "' Mr. Os Hd nt- v a PJ" and was diving with several Independent steel companies was swept tetidnrfer founded In 17: In iimttiiiiy of "ther when they missed Urn. aside when the IVileral court In New ,.r .Inughtt-r. Miss Isatielle t'hl. She Th- corn lets dlvc.l to the I. font sev ;?".?Ty. il T, "C,,?,1"K,, ,C'IV" "'l' 'leelj has been there for twrniy-Mx years, niid'"' I'""1 n'-l finally brought up tho Ml I., Uir , ,,.l,kU V.PIII- bluatl.ui In leslraltit of trade i lie urei; in ..iH.ric.l merger will no directly cmipetltlvo with the steel. triisi. pectus It will tepresrlit a c.t- paclty of close upon lo.nou.mio ions I of ordlnaty slrnl product as compare 1 with some K.nOO.ooo for the trut and will also be a paramount factor lu several great avenue not seriously ex ploited by it big ilv.il in highly spc. tiallzed steels It will be tllo largest single factor In ,he coming era of merc'.ai.t ship build- I i ttt it i . .. . '1I1LT lilt' I'flllllirv Will lOlIK III It HIT whatever nipplie are needed In de tdnplng our naval fleet nnd home de ftuslve programmes and It will occupy :l tni.l I Mitiiirt i, n r I'.ili, l,i f... .1 ,117 llle tre:ir mill i-riiu-liii- item n. 1,1 f,,r 111 L-l. .i .1... ...in .. ..1.1, .1.. r unfolding of the automobile Industry. In the stock m.nket the shar.s of all i.,n i.im. ,. i.ra i,n ........ .a.. .t.t. u u i.A 1.. it.... - behavior has been such 'that the 'usual ...-..!... t i.. i,.it the movement. ihi..i.iu ..-a..i .-t , n-ni,u- Crucible. Steel, have Issued statement on ,.,i ,...., 1 1,.. i,ii,. ii,,i ti.,,.. would get hurt If they purchased thes "d ho conf.M.e.1 to a great fondness shares at high prices. Hut tho suspicion : Jur ptaches. is now growing that It Is not half s,t The Hilmath wll celebrate her cen ..... ... ..." ..... . 7. . I ii.ii.iiul to.d.iv mi -t fitting nrtrmer. The .,! uar' Mocks,,' ;i'7s th; s,mV,me;,,l efforts of banker and Inside interests to 'n Mr minor ..nn ne u i"; me m m---gnther in these sennitlcs for sonv. such I t a birthday party In the afternoon and 'blllt.,,M ..u ....,ie,-...l I,, l.in! n th.. . Hteel trust was rormen. ii u m'iiu,,.,,,, nf ui-rn .... .,,,i r-tets tin.. I t.i.M.dier nf 111,' executive isinitniiiee 111 11111 1 ru.v.o e Mcei t om- 1 pany, n.is issucu iniinennm warning I against the speculation ill Crucible com- mon, but the Wall Streoi plungers con- 1 minn 111 K.iii.ei 1. in. Pennsylvania Itallrnad ofn.ials have denied rumor tfrit Henry C. Frlck hn been given an option on Cambria nnd Pennsylvania Steel, but admit that Ftick's friend, Mr. Donner, I tho owner of an option on control. sump of the I'nasllillltie. ' Tho writer has no knowledge ns to , how many of the Independents havo . dlgnlllod their willingness to t.iler the new steel merger, but below Is given a , list of the possibilities. Including those ' u-lm can come In If they will, together .with the capital Invtslmcn of each as 1 represented In thn combined par value of their stock nnd bond outstanding 11,0,1, ,, t)tee ivrp..r,itl. IT3.600.Aan I. till. fill!) minnnm ruei ami iron en Utrkatt jnna Meel I'd sl.ooo.non J!!'5S!l'2!i li., .1OO.OOO lletliltillt' Iron nnd Meel Co.... .lonp .t liiiiKhlln ftesl Co. ... I'ruiit.le Steel fo. nf America.. Pentinvlvnnln fteel (Vt I'mnlirln Hteel Ca VuilimMmt n M1c.1t ulul Tubs Co. Total Ktil.HOS.uOff Somo of these nre undercapitalized and somo overcapitalized, but nil urn capitalized upon a conservative basis lu proportion to whit they represent lu urinal property values its Judged bv tho capital of the Pnlleil Stale Steel Coipiuatloii. If tho Iron orn and Heumthlp lines adHlatcd with or owned by Interests represented In these companies wcro In- I ollt.U-.I In the list It would bo an easy II. II. i.'l in Piieil t lln M'lill in IIH.UIl.1 jT.lo.niio.ortn, und cnpltallzcd on tho basis of tho steel trust financial struc ture It might be an easy matter to make It anuthor billion dollar trust. ".Vena to Mi'," ny Perkins. "It's all news to me," said Georgo W, Pel kin, who Is a director of tho United Stales Steel Corporation, when told last night about tho Cleveland despatch con cernlntf the forthcoming merger. no oon.oo') nn.onn ono 1.000 onn .r.oo,ooo GROUT VERDICT DUE TO CROPS E Y ATTACK-JUROR Meehan Says Accused's Attitude on Stand Also Influ enced Them Another Talesman Disagrees Ex Comptroller Arraigned for Sentence Tuesday. Helaxlng In tho back room of a Myrtle avenue cafe In Urooklyn after fifty-three hours spent In deliberating on tha guilt or Innocence of ex-City Comp troller fclward M. ilrout, John T, Mee han, Juror No. 9, ex-l'lnkerton man and for eight years ono of their squad, toM JumM jt Murphy was holding out. early Sunday morning how he nnd tho i Murphy su.d merely that In- wasn't other Jurors came to find Orout guilty of ' thoroughly convinced of Grout's guilt, perjury In signing tho fatso Union Hank. Finally ho voted with the other after report. many angles of tho caso hnd been pro- At least Meehan gavo his verilon of oentod to him tlmo nnd again. Itefer tho matter. Ho said that several of the' ring to tho statement that sumo of the Jurors hnd been prejudiced against the juror had beon tidvorsely Influenced by defendant by his attitude on tho stand lUMwin, Hlmmelielcli said: and that Stephen C. Dubinin, counsel "f it Inlliienced nuy of the Juror It for the defence, had antagonized them , (, not lutluenco mo I did not henr It when ho attacked District Attorney illscussod at all I b.sll.nu that a couu James C. Cropsey and Asslitant District eel for a man should do what lie can Attorney i.ouis tiolilslein in summing up. Among other things llatdwin referred to Cropsey ns tho "inldwifa of crime" nnd to uoiusiein ns n rorrei. own Idea or good tnsto. IT the ju.lgo "Oh, no," Meehnn said with much sar- n,i the District Attorney do not ob casm, "we wouldn't convict a former j,ct to theo thing and permit such re llorough Tresldcnt of Urooklyn nnd mi 1 marks I don't see why I should resent ex-Comptroller of tha greater city 1 them. f'l I" "In my cnei! I simply wished I could "1 must say," he announced, "thnt we nn( something to nc.Ult him on. but I were proud of IMwnnl M, Orout ns cltl- could not," ien nnd lawyer. Ho rellccte.l no dlsf I credit or shame on this city n Hoc (jP Coinlltliiii tSootl. ough Tresldcnt nor uh Comptroller of tho greater city. Wo felt that hu was There was a rumor nround yesterdny nbiolutely straight until ho met these 1 that Mr. Orout had KiiiTercd a nervous shnrk who led hi in nstrny." , .Mcelinn nn d thnt It wa at his su- gestlon thnt the Jury declined to go to the Clarendon Hotel when offered the opportunity by Judge Lewis. Ho took tho stand that they were not there to revel In luxury, but to do their duty "to the depositors of tho Union Hank, to the people of this city and to thc Slate of New York." Slept Only One Hour In .-,.'1. Meehan boasted that he had slept only ono hour out of tho fifty-three, n against six or seven hours sleep taken each night by James M. Murphy, the Juror who held out until 9:30 Saturday 1 t ' t Mi-ehans version differed from that given y.wterday nfternoon by Adolph Hlmmclrtlch. who was No. I In the Uix. Hltnmelreloh. who live at 492 Hast Flf- TO DANCE TO-NIGHT ON 100TH BIRTHDAY Mrs. A iiiiii Kirehner W ill Cele brate, Anniversary at Isa bella Heimatli. KKl.IICVF.S IN HARD W()KK, "Hartn Arl elt und guie OrMindhelt !" Those are what Mis Anm Klrthner believe to re th lest things In the world fcr a heatty old age. Translated, they moan hatd work nnd good hn:th. And Mrs Kirehner eught to k-o. fc jsh !s celebrating her arm hundredth .I ,1. .. , f, ,f ,,,..,', I . - . . . . with the llelniatli rrotn Astoria. U I. l ,,, ..... ...,,i,,,,,. i.,., ller ,,'m0!,un ln.ll.MVs. Mr Klrrtiner Is not Inclined to lake tlilni eay Mie wns i.orn u. s lime uii.in, oi Saxc-MitniMgell, and cinie ti. tins c.llti- try with hrr liusbiind in lSf.o. Tin adopted a daughter, wiw !s n..w Mis i:ilzat.eih Lang of Syracuse. In 1STS Mis Kirchn. r's husband died, and from that time untl. iss:i. when she entered thu llrlin.itli. she ciirn.il her own living ' h.v woiklin: as a laundres. That ' I Itself ts some record -worklnt ..s i lauti.lless at the iig.t nf 74 but fo' four i .v.Hls aftuwaid she li.ststed on li-.pmg I i. the woik .if t lie Iiiuiih by u .tailing I dlshwi nllhough she illdn t h tvi. to I at. 1 to tills .1,1) She Insists oil taking tcare i'f her room and making her lied lK'r,'h";,.r P''' !',') , B'","l'l'h; vl and Mr.. Curt v..n lt-.ettl. hir ... ted as Interpreters when she w.i lnar- I V lew ed "Warum schlckt Dir. Sun nlclit Je liiaiideii der delitscn sprlnht . ln de niiinded, and thereafter look..! with ills I.n or on thn Interviewer I Mr. Kirehner admitted that ner Chief tnuusemeiit Is riiiillng l"V tum.tiice. ilag on ton or t... buHdlng will b hot--.. I eVynins. file is tun 111 i , 'i-i 'v'ii who , rn. nu. i... ...v ..... - - ... the a fteni. '.in ther e w 111 be lee crea in n ml 1 a llltlo Vvllle Will' which tu diir k her vnn Hoettlcher promised " - her a Isittlu of chainpitgnfi for lit r hun dredth birthday two ytars ago. In tho evening then' will he a times, and Mr. Klichner s.t) sh Is going to la. one of tho dancer. 175,000 BATHERS AT CONEY. Tvt Ire Thnt Dlitity Ht Island, Mill It'a 11 Quirt lln), Yesterday wa tho third big Sunday in a row for Coney Island. About half of Its lltO.OOO patron wept lu bathing, and a usual on such occasions, about fi.OOO stood In line for threw hours he foro the Municipal Haths opened at s o'clock. The While Cross Corps at (he city beach treated 300 llrst aid cases Thrco person were rccunl from the surf, but onlv line of them had to l.e taken to tho 1 Coney Island Hospital, Sho wa M.irv Neccoti, IB t..irs old, of 1 Nustran.1 in-line. Itrnnklvn. who wns t.-iken nn. ,if thn stlif at Manhattan Hench Point by Life. Guard Frank Sully. Tho police made only a few arrest for Indecent bathing attire. It was all exceptionally orderly day. CAR HITS AUTO, TWO DEAD. ill) I iiloiilntTii, Pit., Trolley l'n eiiKers Hint- N arm it Hncniip, Pniontown, Pa., July SB.- Returiiltig from church thl forenoon William L. G.t- .t, C, a lawyer, and hi son, Will lam P. 1 Inns, I", wero killed when their atiloninblln wa htrtlck by a trolley car. A cornlield hid the street car from vlmv and tin. machlno wa struck wiuarely in tho middle, Roth oieiiiianl were thrown out and each rocidvid a fractured skull, Tho car, dragging thn wrecked automobile, ran down a giudn to a bridge spanning Redstone Creek. There It wn derailed und when It Mopped ono end wa hanging over thn edge of the bridge, stricken passengers were taken out safely. tretith street, gavo tllo dellborntlon In some detail after ho had been Informed of Meehan's statement. On tho lllst ballot tho Jury Htood four for conviction, four for nciulttat and four blank. Thnt ballot wart taken Thursday night nnd fnmi t.i.it tlmo on matter grow con- i -in. il. .. rir,,i ,,1,111 imlv Juror to defund him und I wouldn't hold It imaiiiHt tho defendant oven If counsel nld things that didn't accord with my breakdown at tho Jail, but this was de- 'in'" " "v prison iiiiysicinri, ur, .noses Kt-schucr, who said that h had visited the prisoner In the afternoon nnd had examined lilin In his cell, but that the examination was merolv routlno. lie had found Mr. Orout worn and slightly nvrxnUH, n was natural. In fact hi condition wa so good consider ing, that he had not even prescribed for him. Mr Orout had no visitors yesterday ns it was Sunday, n non-vlsltlng day. Stephen C Hal.lwin, his counel, wns out of town nt his summer home on Shelter Island. Ho will return to-mor- row lo miikn tho formal motions for his ,i0nt before he Is scnleiuvd nt 10 o'clock. 1'inlor the law Judge Lewi may Imposo nn lnd.iterrnin.it.- sentence of from II vo to ten year. On the other hand he could suspend sentence entirely If he desired, DROWNS AS PRISON POOL IS FIRST USED Menilier of Sine; Siuir Mutual Welfare League Dives and Kails to Come l.'p. OTIIEHS I) IK IX WATER flHrvis-.i N- Y Tnlv -. The onen tiHSIMMl. .N. Y , Jll! ....The open air swimming p"l In the Hudson River outside tho walls of Sing Slug prison for tho use of the convicts was Used to. d.iy for the tlist time, and the day ended with a tragedy when Itlihard de Siva, 2", who was serving n live year term I....1.. l-llll tl'lll . 1 ' , Ml. .1,11 llllieil, Ulf lUllll.r I UI1- treiiuri from (.'meiw milt ' u-h,i Im managing the piwil. nmdlcd first aid i methods in an effort to resuscitate th.. man un:ll tho nsnn do. tor arrived with , . nuim,r. T,, ,.,.. u..,rl. , " . m,..., "; '. . ,, i ,.,,: . , " ' ,, ,,', . r, '" ''"T'. ,'" "",'',r J".""'H 1 n vdMllct of ac Id.ntal death, ' n ferve.i rour of Ills llvu ' '.IT." " '"finber of s Mutual eir.ire ivtagu. ;i DROWNS IN BRONX RIVER. trtliur Mnrr SlnUn Wltlli- Vilnius Wonieii tre IIcIiik Kex-.ie.l. Arthur Starr, a clerk of 982 Hngers place. The llrvnx, drowmst yeatcrd.i) I afti'rno.oi In tho llionx Itlvrr when a' boat which he wa rowing onp.slze.1. I Starr w.ia accompanied by the Mlsse,!j,'x Kramer, owns' an nutmiioi. Anna and Delia ItusM'll, w.'o live at 1 ply store on Second avenue he.e. wi the same address 'struck and killed to-d.ty bt an a.' " They liiid boon out on the river all ' ')l,e d''v,nb' K"rHt "'",:1 "', , aftemcs.n and wcro alsttit to turn biek,1M T1,e llul plrl ran f,on P. tho lauding when tho young women ' ln,:,chin'' " Uroa,hv''' M-,r llH " decided to c tinge seals, and In doing no I T ,,a.trii.ni.. 1- -. . '-..e ..' ' tipped the Is.at. AH three were thiowu , Mr M"y J," , w 1..... . ., . ' I James J. Heed of Setl rigti' lb ' put out 111 iinir OHirisiauce -J no en- , nr.; attention of t. lescucrs waa di rected to the joung vtv.men. After the .s.sters had been pulled on lio.ird a launch the rcouers looked .itoiind for Starr, but could not find him I ney turn neg.111 Hiving ..nil aftur 11 half hour his body was broug1 t to the stirfa. o by William ,1 Rhode. Two llrot her Droit 11 W hen Cider Cue lo Iteseiie. Pitt'iiiiKRi.Psii:, N. V , Julv 85. Alir.1 li.im Itnsenberg. Hi tears old, f 10f,5 M 11 lo avenue, llMnklvn, was drowned while bathing lu II1.1 lludi-oii River at Mittnii this aftci n. .on. Itulpli Rosenberg. Is Ills biother, loi his life lr.vmg to rescue the bo.v He ohiM lint Mvini ltalii. wiio bad not .vet taken off his el' llas . . pod In'', the water and was .lng,'ed down by the .minimi' ho I lllter batbeiK tried In save the pair, but thiit 1 fl'ort were in vain The bodies have not be. n reoottrcd Deaf Mule lln tin- -Nnrrotv Witler. I1CIIIC In Sol (Icrsou. to. a deaf mute, nearly drowned .vestenlay ufi.i 110011 while, bathing ut Aivcrne He sank twice hit- I fore oilier bathei noticed his plight and ! swam to hi iiHsietance Dr Victor took1 him to Ihe Itockavvay Iteiuii Hospital, sulTeting from submerslmi Ills res cuer iff used to glvo tluir names to the police. dipt. FnriiinKi' ciusado against lm modest bathing suits at the ito. k.iwaya nctti d six iiruiitH yesterday Iron Worker Droit ns W hile II11II1- Iiik In Mutt tree Creek, Arthur Samuels. !M. 1111 iron worker who lived at 4 N rman Hreet, Fvo--greens, (iueons lloiougli, drowned es leiday vvliilt. bathing 111 I law tree Creek at RainbUrsvil.o. It l.s suppn-ed be was n lzed with a cramp. Tho U.ily was ra coveied. Jersey City Hoy I, uses York liny. Mft- In rit John Hiiinslvn, l.'i, of 213 Suydam avenue. ,lerey City, drnwiied In New York Hay wlilto In bathing on' Com iniinlli'iw uveiiile He called for linln 1 no iniriy panioiwnen lie was mhiih iilsiiinco out and sank beforo hi companions could reach id. 'him, Tho body wua not rccovcrod. AUTO CRASH KILLS HOTEL OWNER'S SOU Kenneth Cnrpcntor Meets Death When His Maehine Turns Over on Komi. BKOOKTA'N MAX 1 X.l t It KI MlPnlXTOw.v, N, Y July 2T. - ! Carpenter, twenty-yenr-nld son o' i frey Carpenter, owner of the S' m Lodge, near nioomlnghuigh, w , stnntly killed and hi comp.tnlnn, Stoddard of lirooklyn, was In) net an automobile in which Ihev we e veiling from thl city to nioom.i'g). turned over on the road. Tho accident happened near Willows, a spot nbolit live m le of Mlddletown, and frnm the t i tha machine for a distance al.vi. road It I believed that a break 1 1 steering gear r.iued It The .r owned by Carpenter, who was at "i h. wheel. A tramp wiio happened ti be ,i t! ' distance nwny hcird the crn-'i a r machlno left the ro.id and tore thr.vici a fence. Ho V und Stodda-.l, dazed . i nailly cut nnd bruised, holding Cut, en ter's head In his lap. Tho tramp rt.ti moned aid from a farmhou Carper ter'. body was taken to .Mlddletown .n.d Stoddard went to the Shawanga Ixlse. whero he Is pawing the summer Stoddard wa so affected by the death of hi friend that he wns unablo to ie a c-herclit story of thc accident C oner .lame II. Harding of this olt) , making an luvestlgatltti. llnrry l.cilllp, Flint Actor, llaa Over by Antii Truck. Harry Letille, a moving picture actor, of 131 West Forty-second street. Is in the Polyclinic Hospital suffering from n Juries which may cause his death nfttr being knocked down, dragged twenty feet and run over by nn automobile trutk last night at Hroadway and Sixty-fourth street. Tho driver abandoned the rnv. chlno and fled nfter persons in th croud which gathered had threatened to do him bodily hnrm. Levllle and n friend, Murray K.nnl of 3IS West Fifty-eighth stieet, w.r, crossing Hroadway when tho truck turned In from Sixty-fourth Mrett at high speed. Klnnel pushed Levllle for ward and then tried to diaw liSmlf ngalnst an elevated pillar In effort to . cape Injury. The push was not h.iril enough and the fender of the truic caught Levllle nnd threw him urd-r-i nenlh. Heforo the machine cou'.d t I biDUght to a stop the rear wheel had I pased over his right leg. I Dr. Katz of the polyclinic Hospti; ' found that Levllle hid received it frac ture of tho skull along wltn h.s other Injuries. The machine was llcent e.l in the n r of Hymcr C. Hrown of S"i9 W. t l ,i I street, A general police alarm wns t nt out for tho driver. (ilrl lleeeltes Selllii Wound in .tutu Collision Other Hurl. Miss Florence Hall of 5911 Tut' vn avenue, lirooklyn, leceived a p rful scalp wound esterdny afternoon w in nn niitomobllo In which she w is r is was In cjllislon with another ma.'l ,nc "wkaway road nnd Walker ,v I (lzm)( p irIi rj,(,Pn, Wlth M i t),e tniichliie at the time n r I. ' Taylor, a salesman, of 2." I New H avenue, Ilr..klll. who iceued . .'- bruises. rne oilier auinmni. w driven by Arthur Wlutmy "f ft John's place, lirooklyn, uhme sc also lorn. When the collision occurred i wele thrown out. Dr. Habcock v.,i.- , moned from tho Jamaica Hoi, I the ambulance, but ne of t would go to the lio-pltal. PrlAfflKlitir Mitflilnr KiiiicU Dottn 1 limit: M imiiiii, Pauline Katz. l!i. nf IT " htuet. Jeis. y City, was K" ! i vestenlay afternoon b ,. i ,hi' owned and drivin bv U.ilte. .1 1- 1 ' . ' . . . ' . . -. I prireuciiiei. in .-ir.n...i'i, . ...i , . . . . I avenue and 173d street SI e re. i ti.u-ture of the skull md w . . the For.lhim Hospital Miss Katz and Mis Dor.t crossing Third nvenue win stepped out from bchit, I a f 111 the path of the ant -iiii d applied the brains, but it was Mohr was not arretel. ... told the police ho wa not m I the acaident. Mnebliie Kill (lilld t.f iilonui I. He Slllll lleliler. 1iiNO HiiANt'll. N. J , Jul sev-" ..1.1 11AUL... 1--..... ,. h.,t. f.T driving slowly. The mudgti.tid h child and hhe was th.owti to " lneut. receiving a fracture of t e " Mr. ll.iilly gavo b. ' api'C.iran.c before tho ."on 1 1 Tiiliilein aider Hurt When Hit Mnliiro ele. Robert C. Moody. "I )fir od Sevetity-sccoiid etnet, lln .lame .1. Cleary. J'.'. of n-7 I stteet are In the Metlmii! Ill'' Hosplt li suffering from njur., s 011 Saturday rilfilit In a ci.:!,-. " 1 a high poweied motor, v e. . they were riding tan b in. a1 I an bile tieiry rceited n fri Mire ' and may nor teener Sev -i ' 1 lii were brkcii li ' , '' a poultry .Idler .f llo . dr ver of 11 1 .hi' . mi" e w - foe Uforld Field g ' rv'';C0'Vi'"' Safety First bu can not be prop erly insured unlc you orewfolybiiuTvd "'JiVERPOOL "London Globe c r, I IsjuraaH Co.rt TtMr rntto-rtie resTEP fWwvmmvvvww 1 11 1 1 MallT e-lAt I I