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THE SUN, MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1915.
UNION FIGHT ON LIFE 1 TERM FOR LAWSON ST. PAUL HERE WITH BOOSTER OF BRITAIN BOLTS KILL THREE IN SEVERE STORM Jlfflitnlnar Alo Capsizes t'n iiop. but Opcupnnts Swim (o Snfoty. PLOT TO DISCREDIT OSBORNE CHARGED MAYOR IS TO TRAIN MISS DAVIS ADMITS 15 OF CITY PRISON CHARGES A split of WhileRocK f and a dash of lemon a thirst quencher AT MILITARY CAMP, Sn.vs Warden Hnyps Prnbnhly Will Not Come Bnck Lacks Cash. Wardon Told Stnto Prison Em jiloypea Conspired With Sinjr Ship: Convicts. Off To-dny for I'lnttsbnnr. Where He'll Set City Ex ample of Soldiering. Gompcrs Cnlls on Federation of Labor to Aid Colorado Leader. rrof. Oay-ley Says Kipling nnfl Others in London Arc Not Downcast. Mildly Aixaiin iisssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssKVJ I TiflMUXOS SET AFIRE T.nral tl-iiiilerstorrr.s vnrylnit In force, In rliffe e- factions did much damage In Ne Vork .md New Jersey yester day .lftfriioon Two men were killed In Westchester lotmty A nflern-yes.r-old tulher w.is killed by n holt In the- Ditto vare fU'r it I'hllllpshtirir and at Cum den liehmtnis muck In ten places, caus- ire flres th.it er.ti.lled .1 Iom of tJOO.nOn, , a wro) W. orn, w.is P.m.c,.I,rl v,o.ent slon , Tr'aCVr crame,. Mian Katharine H. Davis last nlftht I Issued her reply to the chaxs-es made by the Htate Commission of Prisons as ' a result of the recent Investigation o.' ' conditions on BlackweU'a Island. Although making no pretence of being please! with the Investigation at the time, which she says was III timed because of the cliange In routine made necessary hy the past.iKe of the bill extending the Indeterminate sentence and parole to fllio penetentlary and aa well an the extended to Warden the Je ' ":! I Hayes. he now asserts that the nw In th t i iy, according to the Weathr Jorlty of the criticisms are In aocord Itueiii in.iii. the disturbance was not wth her own views. verj treat, as the wind blew at the ?" ,ref"m ,uM,,d. hav ben V . .1.1 . . . 1 P'll Into effect, she points out, because rate of otilv thirty miles an hour and the pnnt it ancltnl one and fuil()s nl H of an Inch of rain fell. The for Improvements have been refused In d:turl.iti. lasted thirty minutes. many Instances. T ie storm ciujtht 200,nnn persons as thev e"e bathing, boating or seeking ethe- pleasures In Pelhim Bay Park, Vin rvrtlandt Park and Cluson I'olnt. The sre.it majority 'vere drenohert, A tt.it! and sh'd on the .tor estate Fifteen Charsirs Admitted. Fifteen of the twenty-three chaws are admitted, but a majority of the recommendations, Miss Davis says, &in not be put Into effect under present con- re.ir Pelh.im Parkway. The Bronx.- were " figm cnarges en- secures mirk bj lightning. The building were 1 ,h "I"1"1,?" f . ",ra1,",K- .. let 0:. fi.e and about $500 dmaSe , ,To the crlticlam ncluded In .ectlon "U done Another bolt hit at. J " of he report, which reads, "that the ..,..i .tr,rv hnn.. n t puw. Department of Correction Is directly hne and noston rotd. Tlu Uronx, owned responsible for the .administration of the ti Kugrne Field, starting a blaie which I -w ork Penitentiary ut IlMckwell's SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH INQUIRY IS BEING MADE Evidence has been turned over to Warden Thomas Mott Osborne and Ills friends showing that employees In the 1 Htate prison depirtment tried to carry .out a plot In a saloon In Oslnlng which 1 would wholly discredit the " administration of Sing Sing prison. The SPECIAL TRAINS EXC.AC.E1 Mayor Mltohel will be one of the 1.210 "hus'nesB and professional men" who win go Into camp for military training ni Plattshurg to-morrow morning. He spent Saturday and yesterday In looking HE CHARGES INJUSTICE V nsr th ratailtl1 ttatr sivatni. U'lth tilot liAB trffn cxiod to Mr. oMwrnei "mid his attorney. Joseph Ureene. by I . saloon keeper In whose back room It was 10 i iattsourg to-tiny. planned to stage orgies with convicts other city officials who will get a ")mir Of trnfPVATi Iff I V and women, who would . t'J'irilV.r. tn" t the soldier's life on the hore III I KlfKYIln III A I of Lake Champfaln are Klre Commls-1 sloner Adamson. Weights and Measures 1 1 AQT7 I TEI7 R C UUDA Commlss'oner Hartlgan and Henry It. Wiiu UllU Hi) IlDllU Curran, vice-chairman of the Hoard of Aldermen. 1 t" l.utt C.eHer loluuteer flro ile,i.it (rent extinguished. A' Dosbs Kerry lightning struck a fjble of the home of William T. Clason, s retlro united states navai oincer, lrdand and has shown at this Institution neilect of sanitary precautions and In difference to the physical, mental and moral welfare of the prisoners," she r plies ir.rt the woodwork was soon burning.! "We admit responsibility. We claim Tlie the was quickly put out. Clason ( that we have shown neither IndlnVrence ni his family were stunned but were) nor neglect. On the contrary, we have r.ot Injured Telephone poles were blown woiked up to the limit of possibilities owt and miles of Insuulatlon ei turned off by HghlnlnB. Many trees nere uprooted, Set Cl IFK. L. I , Aug. S. A heavy gals preceding- a heavy thunderstorm swept along tl.e north shore of Long Island th! afternoon, forcing hundreds of pleas ure bo.iis alons the Sound to scud for shelter The high gal swooped down ,on a fcntly contested sailboat race which was Velnc run In the Sound off Hm Cliff and C.len t'oie and bioke It up Just Before the finish. All but one of the boats managed to run Into safety The Mary D. 2d, a thirty-five foot sail boat, cip.'lzed a mile and A half out In the Sound, near the bell buoy, off the Coiernment breakwater near Olen Cove. John Donovan of Pelham Hiy Park, the ewnr of the boat, and five friends were thrown Into the water. They clung to the oierturned boat and shouted for heir .ll were rescued by Joseph Con'-c-tin of the Cliff Motorboat Club and Fred erick Fellendorf. who put out In Conk lln's boat, the Henrietta. The rescued ene were taken to the Cliff Motorboat i.v fln.hiio-ht in the midst of their revels, Already progress has been made to substantiate the saloon keeper's revela- t lions. Friends of the warden who de sire to see the old prison ring kept out I o: the prlKOti department believe that the plot has been frustrated completely. They have evidence, too. It Is said, which proves that a man In the employ of the State Pr'son Department approached the saloon keeper In nueitlon. offering him Inducements so that he could get the deeilred photographs and present them to Sunt. Riley. Osborne's friends feel certain that they know who this man Is. I The mMerlal now In hand. It I" as serted on Osborne's behalf, shows that ! convicts have been Induced to make .ruti ntniiiivHs. thn.t Immoral women tratlon Is too hatd and repressive and have been sent to Sing Sing to discredit that sanitary conditions, when posilble, Osborne's administration; th-it evidence are not being kept up to standard. She I iS nern manufactured to foment enmity denies that tuberculous and other dls-1 between Illley ami Osborne and (!ov. eased Inmates are put In cells or per-1 Whitman and 0bome, and that as a mltted to eat or work with healthy ones. I culminating effort of the whole con except In a few Incipient cases, and theeo -.piracy It was arranged to stage con only because of lack of facilities. I elusive evidence of the lax discipline at 'the prison In an Ossinlng saloon, Wster Cure's Vr Denied. u in believed that the exposure of this She denies the charge that keepers alleged plot '""'VT ,"?n beat the Inmates or that a hose of water . surprise tha Oabor .es attorney had In under fifty pounds prtssure Is used tolor. to spring at the trial of the Me maintain discipline. I t caa? At any rate he 'As a result of all complaints maot i' it mi.. Miss Katharine B. Davis. The Mayor will stay at Plattshurg f William S. Rtldolpll.V SaVCS io weens unless recalled ny unexpeeirn Motoreyclist, tint Is Pinned Cnder Antomohile. with results that are welt known throughout the city. "Aa to the specific recommendations my answers Indloite my several policies. During my term of office I have found nothing on hlch I could base proper I .. e,, i ,if.,ir.nc. or where a conspirators have done to oust the pres. charges for the removal of Warden I ,,ri.r.,,. ,,. ., n,.. :1..,in.t transfer . ent Incumbent of the warden s office. He has served as warden for',., ,iclpllnaiy cells. rt. the one oc- for To-dsir. casion wncre 1 nave nn(wn 01 n nnnp a- the penitentiary I have not round an ""r"r" " """' " Instance where a keeper struck a prls-: Whitman may see Just what the .alleged Hayes, twenty-five years. He It an old man I hive not thought It Just or, proper attempt to remove Warden Hayes lie cause he Is not a modern penologist, when t know he would be reinstated by the courts after a fight, which would not only be useless but meanwhile greatly detriments to the institution. .Not F.xpertrd to llrtorn. "I have not hesitated to hold wardens responsible. 1 removed .Martin J. M -? of the reformatory when I had an. pie proof that he beat Inmates himself, that he permitted his keepers to beat In n.atcs and that he Indulged in other cruelties, such as 'stand tips' for Ave, ten, fifteen, twenty and even twenty-five nights In succession. Wardtn Hayes Is nbsent on three months leave of absence , A 1 U... ..3t-Ul VII III j.n.0. nere ,nej- were "y',cu and It Is not expected that he w 11 return uiaiinr..'. ami pi-cii Ditmuiuitir. Donovan the men were John and James Iturke, Robert Hudson, William Cam eron and James Stalne. LIGHTNING KILLS TWO. Csnoe C'ailsrd by Bolt, bat Occupants -S it I m Ashore. New ROCIIELLE. X. Y.. Aug. S. Philip Roberts of Horton avenue was Instantly kll'.ed and Philip Dillon, son of Ex-Mayor Michael .1. Dillon of New Rochelle was (tunned by lightning at Olen Island to !y. They had been In a canoe and nhen the storm came up landed on Olen Island and took s.-.tlter In a candy booth. Dillon was .vled In the New Rochelle Hospital Abraham Abree of Port Chester was to the penitentiary. "Your commission understands that we have an antiquatMl plant, whloh we all condemn, but your report, while claiming not to crltlcls; this, actually holds us responsible for conditions which are directly the result of lack of facili ties. "In the case a! New York's petty offewders SO.OOO different Individual passed through our department last year- At a time when som&thlng like i -1... . . . ...,i.u...r.. Th. niirst on or wnet ir r. uruii until 11 .nn ni'i ill- ii.in.iiii,-ii t, - . cl but to quell an Incipient riot There Is borne will remain as W arden 0f Sing i:"',." ',,!LV.0Und ,,r'"Ure lMWP a' ,he Oov Whitman w rrV th.s mornmg ' t the camp ,0 pay for food In regard to other criticisms. Mln i-miisuurB. pressure of city affairs. He wanted to I go for four wceka. but decided that he , could not snare, the time. He Is going i because as chief executive of the city wishes to set an example for other William P. Rudolphy of "13 taxing New Yorkers and because ho thoroughly ton avenue, for forty years a city sur approve of Oen. Wood's programme for ieyo-. while driving an automobile on the drilling of civilians ,n Richmond road at Orant City. Staten me nriiung or ciMl ans. island, last night received Injuria which Then, too, he wishes to learn as a 1 may rane his de.-uh. recruit the elements of military life as1 Mr. Rudolphy was returning from a thev are hln- tnnirVit i,- ,ffir nf tin. 1 New Jersey resort and swereved his ,,-.. ... , ., , nnohlne to avoid running down a man regular army at the camp. He made his n n mol ,rovoP, The. rear whe.ls of plans for the trip after a talk with Ms seven pasjenger automobile caught In the trolley track nnd the machine turned over, pinning Mr. Rudolphy underneath. The mishap was seen by several men In a garage a few hundred feet away. They raised the enr and pulled Mr. Rudolphy out He was unconscious nnd was taken to St. Vincent' Hospital, where the surgeons found that five of his ribs 011 the left side were broken, Oen. Wood. Bar Iti-Kalatlnn Outfit. On Friday the Mayor went to a Rroadway store where military outfit are handled and bought the khaki uni form and other equipment which each volunteer must have. He bought two pa'rs of heavy marching shoes, medium weight socks, n pair of light ahoes. two pairs of olive drab breeches, an army blouse, two olive drab shirts, a pair of legging and a campaign hat. A all the others, he will have to provide h's own transportation and will .... ...mi v,u uincr necessary mines wnerr nr in - .,.. - ., . ! ...v ri.njvi rAjitTin hi uik irencnes. 111 rt'K.uti 111 inner i-ruii-iiMni., .iiif - 7- t . r.1 In Davis admits that the thing, charged " ' military hygiene, hike when or. are proper. For instance, sne anmns Mr. Osborne's management of Sing Sing. that n'rl.oner, are ken. In their cells I ne general tenor 01 P"rln ' . .lis- llirn ini. ... , . , for an hour after the noon meal, and """" -'"v K"" r. t.11... Jut . . ti - . . mimrii : i ri.ii iir iiiiii .111. ihh j maintains mat it is a resi perimi. i . ,h,, M. (1.Korrie dered to do so and perform all other tasks assigned. As he is a crack shot CYCLE RUNS AWAY ON HILL. I'otlceniiin Ilmlly Hurt In Smnah That Knils AVIIil Hide. rollrcmin August Kaltemenler of Wet New Hrlghton, Staten Island, who re ently entered th- bicycle squad, wis seriously Injured last night. Kaltemenler was patrolling In the vl cinlty of Hamilton avenue. New Rrlgh ton. when he heard that there was President Samuel Oompers of the American Federation of Iabor an nounced yesterday arrangements for a nationwide campaign to secure the free dom of John Iawin, the Colorado strike leader who wn sentenced to life Im prisonment. Mr. (lolnpers sent the fol lowing Instructions to all unions ntllH- ated with the American Federation of Lrfihor, which has n membership of :,nno,ooo. During the past tuo years the miner of southern Colorado havt been engaged In a struggle to establish their right and freedom as workers and as human be ings. You are familiar with the history of this strike, and struggle; with the efforts of the mine operators to de feat the effort of the minors to securo their rights guaranteed under the laws of the State; with the Introduction of armed men and strike breakers by mine operators ; with the delllwirate plans of the mlive operators to manipulate and suborn Ptato officials to serve private In terests and private gains; with the brutality of thefle armed rufllan and the terrlhle nnd wanton disregard for the lives of the striking miner and their families, and. finally, with the efforts to destroy the miners' unions. "A part of this last effort was the trials of John R, Lawson, Loul .ancan- nelll, David Robh and Hen Richardson ltrutal steps were taken In each of the trials to cunvtct these miners "For the first time in the history' of our country, an otlker of a union has been convlctod of murder because of violence which grew out of 11 strike convicted even though ho wa not nr cused of personal participation In the violence. This Is a principle of trcmen ilous Importance to the whole labor movement. This Injustice must not b allowed to stand to menace men and women of ability to help their fellows, "Kvery effort Is being made to destroy the miners' organization In Colorado. Members of organlnvl labor are sub Jected to persecution If they remain loyal to their unions STAND WITH MR. WILSON Charles Mills C.ayley, professor of Hnsllsh literature nt the t'nlverslty of California, who arrived last night from Liverpool by the American liner St. Paul, went to llngland about a year ngn to make himself familiar with the haunts of Shakespeare and the Kllzabethan poets for the purpcees of getting local color for a book treating of that period. Ho wa diverted fioni his hutijeoi hy th war. "What." he asked his Interviewers, "Is tpn-i ear-old stuff now compared with the greatest crisis In trto world' history?" Tho professor, who hclongs to several Iondon clubs, liavuu spun much time there at different period In his search for literary material, wa "put up at th Athonirum by Henry James and nift the literary lights of London, including Rudyard Kipling. The feeling among the Hr It sh wr ier Is strong for mo attitude of America and President Wil son In the war. he said, nnd the hope Is that thn United States will keep out or It. pursuing the amc policy she Is fol lowing now. He told his Rrltlsh friends thit he knew President Wils in personally and that they could dipend upon It thht the.' President would stlcK to the policy ex pressed In his first nnd hi litest notes to Oermany as he was distinctly not t.10 sort of a man to go back on his pledse. Charlfs (Jraves, brother-in-law of sir F.dward Orey, greeted Prof f?.yey with ftrvor. expressing his delight ti iiirt a man from the country that had don so much for lleleliini and diplomatically through Ambassador (Jer.ird to i-of'en the lot of Kngllsli prisoners In lernian.v Mr. Uraves's son was one of thirty nine Hrltons held for reprKil In cms tho Kngllih should have executed any Herman submarine pr.snners The young man had been missing and was found through the efforts of the American I'.m hasty at Rerlln Prof (Jayley said hl conversation with members of well known clubs, lit erary' and social, of Cuuland, convinced him 'that the success of the Teuton, In llul.i had merely caused a renewal of Rrltlsh deteiniln-ttlon to push the war ti a finish. Ther, would be no early peace. ind the pict among the All'as to niak The members of organized labor of J10 n,'atT fx.CCpt ,'ol,,;,''v'1' "nuM not ann : ; . . ,n.. .in vin limoi ana rin. It in nrnKihln tint i iruuu.c hi uic turn m ueaicneu nr- she(mls.ed: that he ami Mr. R ley w II be- ( wn " J1'' nuh Mounting his wheel, he started admit, that there are no fire drills In Sa "Ze?'" V vX-i l.nmn snd Mr Rllev , l'rp''hooters. . , Idown Hamilton avenue. He lost control the non-fireproof shops, but asserts that " friends said Two special train will leave th Oram! ?'', , "' "h stalrwav facilities are there. She ad- Ht ' 'Jttstiurg. -viutuai on" Centra Station at 9! 15 nVUvk m.ndrht ' lillt at the rate of almost a mile a ...... .u.. ,. , e!teroay tnai me .ul.rrnii.M.,c , .,,. r." in imeen automotilles which were equipped with the machine gun Twelve l.u. ;i.na. v.iintAv that ' i"V'""-o "i me metropolitan rorce leu . i . mlts that newspapers are not given to j,ri0n8 ,;nd thf Warden had become con- .wi.mi.ur,, uiiiM,.. 'vlnced that enemle of toth hail tnrown "I have not cared to have them learn , of h;(1 maii, crtcsms to make dyn.n-lte bombs from speeltlca- . whcll wrr( unjustified, tlons furnished In the d illy press. Vrof t;,orge W. Klrchwey. one of 1Vlflta :in.l tunnthlip, ir. ullnwed" 1.... i . ...1.1 . .. Ih.l To lie charge that the punishment , no W M V. oitornV would , 'urm!ht ffTfi, ";la.v morning. A cells are not furnished with beds or 1"P ' a J also that he be-! " l"f 11 ? ,'nrolle'1 "T n.h.r rnrnforts. he levies that "while J7,.f ;..a ... r.i.lrH a.i make the trip separately Hut some I do not believe III punishment that give superintendent of Prisons, physical p.iln. punishment cells must not , .., tn)llk t)lllt p,ace w. be effected at be so comfotab!e that men prefer to , ,hf mMtng to-morrow." h went on. remain In them rjther than work." As ..Anywayi i lot,it th!nk that Mr Orr. the to the degree of punishment, this he rjovtrnor's secretary, will be rut In Mr maintains depends on the character of ,,.... nUf. thf present time." the offence and the conduct or tne pns- ... nhnrn. nsed Sunday at Au- the whole country mut support the unions of Colorado: injury and Injus tice to them are Injury and Injustice to all, "You are therefore urged that your I organization, with all liberty loving men f"r..riB',bur.,.bear,,IB the major part I '"lnl"p- of our country, take positive notion to of the New York o ntlngent. A detach-1 At etrvelt avenue the front wheel m;k( known ,h(1 ,1 1 (n z-Jt and the oner while in tne ceil. K,,. rt .,,. ,,m,in .hr. to-dav un The charges dirty blankets, ion nan inHK-iHimin wr nut nt wnrk. cleanliness, la ck of prooer beiidlng. plac It Is a question cpen to discussion how,lng two men in a cell, lick of special far taxpayers should go In ntiklng our diet for tubercular Inmates and lack penal Institutions places where better t exercise lor pri-oners ri.... m 1,1- ooors, sne Hiiswrrs u nrtjuiii iii.ti. iun true, they cannot tie avomeii until money in regarq io itrmiii. i ... h. pl.(,hr. , M lack of factlltlts for t ' "r ..."': mi... food and better llvtr.fr conditions can be Ivtd than Is possible for those who are only unfortunates. "Habits nf steady and efficient work is th most valunhle thlnr we ran clve kT.W Ir.itantly and his w-fft .tnd daugh-1 thf!e men, and s n my mn,i the ter were ftunned by lightning asm0st Important single point of attack they at od under a bhelter at OaK- Thnt i what I am working on. and In ls.rd Beach to-day. Twenty women thjB t have lne ,pPort of the Mayor end g:-ls under tne same sneiirr nnfl tn(, ety KOvernment." The criticisms with wnich Miss Davis fer with the Oovemor and Mr. Illley. He refu'ed to make any statement yes terday. , Oslinrne' Work Praised. There were a number of voluntary ex- j Wood will go tip this morning, fluslnms Proposition ment of seventy men stnrtnl nn Kitnrriiv . of the bicycle struck the curbing. Kilte men er s w rmn o.ko ... w.r ' . Ocmnatlon nnd prote-t against making a complete somersault. He fell ,,,.,.. , i.-j.-. . , on the sidewalk. He was unconscious when picked up. At the S. It, Smith Infirmary Hopltal the doctors found that his right arm was broken n that he was Injured Internally. 500, Including many of the best known of the younger bu,lnes and professional men of the city and many noted college athletes, will go to-night, arriving Just In time to rejiort at the opening of tho camp. Ry to-morrow noon the military camp ers will all be clad In the regulation khaki and hy to-morrow night the routine of the camp will be In full swing. Capt. Halstead Dorey. senior aid to Gen. lonard Wood, and Capt. (lordon fraternity of the labor movement In con- thls In justice to the leader" of the unions of Colorado nnd demand that the great wrong done ncalnst I.awson nnd his fel low victims shall be righted.'' MISS McALEENAN BETTER. Mis- ItrstliiK Knslly After Auto Imp Not llnrtly llnrt. At.t-KNltrnsT. N. J.. Aug, !. Miss Katherfrie MrAleenan. daughter of Mr. PINCHOT JOINS IN PLEA. AttnrUa SriltrnrliiK of l.niTson Proposes I'. I'lirt-hnsr of Mines. PiiiLAnEi.nttA. Aug. ?. Clifford Pin chot proposed to-night that the I'nlted State, buy the mining properties in Johnson, who will be respectively com mander and adjutant of the ramp, have been on the ground since Friday. (Jen. and Mrs, Henry McAleenan of New Coi0nuio owned by John D. Rockefeller York, who wa, knocked down by an nn n mcanH 0f settling the labor troubles automobile her yesterday afternoon. . ln(.ro was resting easily to-day. She regained . j,r rnohot.H pr0v, wnB m.xd, nt a r.,:,KClousness soon nfter the n ilshap mMtlnK on tne cl,y na ,,,, ,n pro. and It was found that her Injuries were , ., .' ....i ..... .., ..ut....lp. true, iney CHl.ttuI ur humhti uii.il nii'iiv i .v.... s appropriated to change the conditions presslons yesterday by Preacher pr son , Mis, Davl Tasse ts tha n special . that Mr. Osborne Is trying to do at Sing j The camp Is to be distinctly a business ..i members of the summer colony demonstration w-as under the auspice, 'diet cn be ccncelvedo presen Sing and Insisting that he should have proposition calculated to turn the vol- had arranged for the Children's Hospital ' ''f I'e',e,';l1 Co,mdl of curt,'"' , Oiet tail fie Clin I 1.11 vu I '"i ...I,,.. nnlAr nilt ft! tnr :i.tllnl Hi-rvlrn If M.r r ... r.. 1 I.,... T1...a.. . Christ. u....... ..... ... .... ......... ....... .. ....t(, 1 in'lllllll.llivi- .IIHI .11,111! y(.wi.rs n v be violated by any of them Mls l'dna Cnodrlch also arrived bv the St. Paul. She Mid she had been a Red Cross nure seven wek In Rel glum and th-n had gone to France with the nrpe of nursing there, but found that only trained nurses were accepted. She ald the French were "fighting like mad" and that she believed 111 thm She la going to California to act In tho movie, for ,lx weks Capt. Kucene Delk nf tne American steam'hlp Leelanau-, which was tor pedoed by a Herman submarine nn July 2S. arrlied with twenty -six member., of hi, crew. The Lrlanaw was on her way from Archangel to Ftelfast when th sub marine got her. ne of her crew wis arrested and sent lo prison for deny'nc hi Herman nationality, and another Herman elected to remain aboard tli submarlne and fight for hl country Capt Pelk said he had told his story on the other side and could add nothing to It He was met at fjiiarant ine nv representatle of tre owneis of ti.o Iz-elanaw. not serious . She Is suffering from shock, . I . I. ..... ...!.,. . . . I illl. .li-. i-iiiii. rtn m , ne ,.m .i. ,.nIU.,.,,r fr u I.eneHI filnH ivhleh limine. were thronn down 0V tne shock mo fled In terror. The tame bolt of lightning travelled across the sand and cat Into Long Island Sourd ar.d cap flied three canoes In which parties of joung men ami girls were making for shore. All escaped by swimming. The streets In the vicinity of Fourth venue and FlrH street. Mount Vernon, ere fl.oded four feet deep and the ter spouting from drain pipes Into the New York. New Haven & Hartford Railroad drenched crowds of men and or.ien who sought shelter under the flitfo.-m shed BOLT AT LONG BRANCH. tiernl Persons MwrUeil ' Llsht ilnu Auto Psirllr tlled. Iivn Hbavcii. N. J.. Aug. S. A se. takes Issue are those that the adnfinls- WILSON STUDIES ARMY PROBLEMS ON SUNDAY Typewrites Answer to Secre tory Lnnsing on Mexican Situation Also. Cornish. N. H Aug. 8. President Wilson studied for several hour U-day Important communications from the Terc eleotrioU 6torm struck the coast tw .-.fiernnon. Aulomoblllsts were stalled (or hours In garages between Ue.il and the Highlands. In the El btrnn eojlon two madhlnes came to- Efther In their hurry to get out ofjj,,,, n(! went for an automobile ride tht. norm, hut without serious damage. , . n,uM which carried him over At West Long Branch llghtnlra tore)tne nmn Mountains to Rutland, Vt tip a loriifle'.d owntd by James B. Illuj back through the foothills of the SVrrr.au and shocked several iersons ( vhlte Mountains. who wtrc on their potrt'.ies. IJxcurslon- jir. Wilson closeted himself In his 1ms s'ong the shore were caught In study to-night and read some documents the storm and drenched, particularly I sent him by Secretary of War Harrison, at Atlantic Highlands. The Ptorni broke i These document. It Is understood, have tin th St Louis Amerloan-LoiiR Branch to do with the report which the Secre- allowance of lfi cents a day for food, nn opportunity to prove tne grcn that doubling In cells cannot be avoided cf his Ideas. while the penitentiary Is between SOO K. Stagg Whltln. a member nf the and 700 above Its ordinary census, that Prison Reform Association, and a num vermin and other pests cannot bs , tier of other men sent out a statement avoided In the ancient buildings. In support or women usooine. una si rtirn. e.ii en. 11 in I'ai i "While the descriptions of the resul's In Sing Sing have been more or less picturesque It Is true that Warden Os borne Is carrying into effect with re markable courage, patience and Insight Into human nnture the measure which are regarded as obvious In long estab lished Institutions." The statement wa nlsned by Henry Ie Forest Baldwin. Oeorgc Gordon Hat- ONLY 100 PRESENT AT GRANT ANNIVERSARY Tinirt) TTVTie Mtccntn utaw test ngalnst the sentencing of John R -unu luiujum iu.ni,. Lawson, president of the Colorado to life Imprisonment The! Vim VnlkriitmrKh Uroimed WMIr ausjilcp, lniniliiu enr Roys' l uiiiii. OnANnr, N. J . Aug S The body "f Suffrnffists Tnke n Hnnil in Services nt Tomb Attack Made on Wilson. tie, Walston Hill Browne. William H. . twelve hundred. there Is need no dress parades, no brass bands and waving banners and little loafing. From reiellle at .1:30 A. M. until 1 o'clock the men will tic kept on the Jump with training and drill. The afternoons will be passed III special work, such as map reading and signalling, and there will be lecture by regular army olllcers on such things us trench warfare, military bridge building, and the In stallation and operation of electrical field lines. With the New Yorkers, delegations from Philadelphia. Baltimore, Chicago nnd Pittsburg will Join In the work. Re cruits from smaller places will bring the total number of campers well above Mount Morris Park. New York city. TEN UNHURT AS AUTO UPSETS, it nt Hue ('nr. Will Prolmlil- Dir. SniiNonKi.n. Ohio, Aug. Mrs Charles Solomon of Winchester. Ohio, proln '-. was fatalli hurt this morning t Labor leaders. Inclining Samuel Ldwanl Yiawrr van aiKenmirsli 1 Oompers and Frank Morriron. president lPa',,r at ,h'.' J"r,,' "n ''"?. 'o an.l secretary of the American l-Vdera. was drowned while swimming in Lako tlon of UitKir. and the Rev Dr. Samuel Wawayanda on the ri.nlng of July 2:i. was tounii ny a oiver tnis aner- ....... ri...t..i i .t.e , 1'atton, chairman of the Church Fiilera- V rushed inder , . .i,,,,i ,u ,.,,, , north of Tremont City, near here, when ' 1-w!W,n" ?V'lS!l UHiice-" nn automobile In which she wa riding , Mr. Plnchot and U llllain .reen.. SKinoeii aim ii.innt'i. u:. it.. eniii.iii- t . , . -M,m.,,a 1,.,a ..u,,...l kt..An.A..i u ment and Into a wire fence She sus- r"" ' ' j ""-vaico prison " ' "' ' - " "' son and attacked the Integrity of the Colorado courts, declaring they were dominated by the Rockefeller Interests Mr. Plnchot called the convicting of been d;s to see 101 ' leet. secre. I Willis Van Valkenburith of 0v Che-t- tarj -treasurer of the t'nlted Mine nut etnet. 1-ist nrange, father of im noon The diver had been working hi the bottom of the lake since Tuesd'i He used nn electric flashlight, enclose I In a waterproof cae. with whl. h he his radius of ten tallied a crushed chest and other wound, as she was caught under the car. Ten others. Including Mr. Solomon, were In Child. John Collier. John Dewey. Janus Tlle Idea for this camp the first of the machine. Wit they escaped injury. r F.gbert. Jerome H Hreene. Ailoipu it!( Kind came from the summer mill- lm" r,M" .'"T" "'; for John l Rockefeller, Jr. Milliter's Bullet Kill, Friend. even.ng esotur.it ng the camp manage ment fmm al blame YounK Mr Van Valkcnhiirjrh went In swimming from an island w hile the boj , Lewlsohn. Samuel McCune Lindsay, Ul.y oamps which have been operated in and the lain niatie tne car sum Coins iveiy. .ionn j. .Manning, aosern ,n, Ia!ll ,cw years lor tne training or M llrlen VMw.'.rri .1. Wheeler. Oswald ..ll'irj. ultliletit. It hriM been unre:i,t j villaril and Mr. Whltln. largely through committees of the col- , i Stat Prison Commissioner Leon Weill- (.f.e clubs In the various cities, pains Ttnrr.1v Inn nennle rathered at Hranl s .. (. n..t..i v...i. m. line., mul Mr. t...i... . im.r..i ...a., u.i.n i.n.i ....... - --,- - piiivk imr-i ,,., ..... ...... ui'iiit. uin.ii ... ...v.. . , f, ,n i . u ., Tomb yesterday afternoon to celebrate, o,borne, saying "it would be a pity to ' Hrudy pased the thirty year mark unit sou, were Injured h. thirtieth nnnlver.irv nf the burial lose eitner or tnem. wr. unsiniKs ii, ijieriups ten mat iianuei sniris huh nam , here to-day. . - ' ............ Ui.l. I nm nf .1. ...kl.h ..I I.. 1 . .... , . . -.v.. . . ... , . a . 1 . , . ., ... .u... liari. eecrri.irj m inv ...... uii ,iiii, e.i.i.... ... ...... ,,, mic iii.m ii- . - ij.r i.ee, it i ...Here in imiii.r State nnd War departments and f.om of Oen. Grant, The few who were there rlmrlty of .MnnfSota. speaking at the ig were too much for them. C.ln. Wood. treet. tepMd from a Jitney bus on Attorney-General nregory. in me aiier- were forced to close tneir meeting cany Twenty-third street V m. k: .).. com- Wio nas uevoteu a great ueai or time rMt street near Central avenue this noon with members of hi family and becaU(. Capli oeorge Burnslde, the cu- mnded Mr. Osborne', work highly. 'to the plan, said yesterday that he was Hfiemoon he was struck by an nuto- ..... - .. ,,., i,, a ... .h.. nuti ' ne ne. ir. er " 'j ihmii.j . .......i- ..... , ttioli e nwneu aim unven ny iiuorri todJan of the tomb, had to put them out llro,)klvni prCaclilng In the West-Park No Congressional ir State npproprla- Viln VWfl 1)f 7l.; South avenue, Plain In the rain at 5 o'clock, the time for i ireshyterlan Church, on Flghty-slxth tlon has been made to cover expenses, 0,, clo,ng ' street, Mild: "Mr. Osliorne Is doing a the money nteded beyond the $30 which , v; yet.x ,1N.erts that I.ee walked v,. , ,,.,. tremendous service to the State to a" each volunteer must pay for Ills hoard , atly i fri,t of hi car Doctors In .'i- ctiite,. in sn ntimamiv. ii is nine inr Cuhdn., baseball game here, where sev eral hundred fans had gathered. Sitjn.. Lake, N. J Aug. The elec trjral stonu which swept over Sea dirt, Fprlng Lake and Manasquan this nfter roop tt.iK ,ne of the hardest In years. It pr. dme) one freak lightning bolt uli 'i .u an American Hag from the fusible of the new Kssex and Sussex R itn w thout damaging the pole or the building though severely frightening the suerts The flagpole on tho grounds of the spring Lake Country Club was shat "re.l b a bolt. number of small boats caught In Birnega' Bay had difficulty and one a laps zkI and blown In to shore with th men clinging to It bottomi TEN FIRES IN CAMDEN. Il-lilnlnn CHiinrs Property !. C.llionted nt sVJOO.ono tary Is preparing on the condition of the 1'nltnl States army. Reports from Secretary Lansing In terming the President of the progress of the conference of the Pan-American Ministers on the Mexican problem reached him this morning and he re- .flint-) Buses I'lmire In Tlirer New ark Acelilr ills. Nkwark, N J., Aug. S. Three per il! three nccldents Santa Rosa, Cal Aug. S. John Hng- were at supper Ills disappearance wa, laud, a ranc er of Sicwart' I'olnt. mi not noted ni.tll so. lie hourv later He shot and killed by M. J. Kennedy whit-, wa, "o years old, and had written a the two were returning from a hunt- great many n'ticUs. siiubi:,. a: !n lug trip on Porter ridge, fifteen mile trend, for magazim and newspaper, from Stewart's Point. The men had He is survived bv Ins mother an I leen Intimate friends for years, father and two brothers failure to provide decorations nnd other i lnr people of New York to rise up In their might nnd tell the political Inter ests and Ciov. Whltmin that this man Osborne muet be supported," Incidentals. As It was, the chief decora tion was a small suffrage banner which the chairman, Mrs. Anita Comfort Brooks, demanded be hoisted on top of an umbrella, refusing to permit the speakers to proceed until It was done The speakers, aside from Mrs. lliooks, .il.iin them on his own typewriter. He-wrrP ,ne ,lrv' "n "' v , noon lietwecu the Mutual milfare ond the "in matron Xat entrsmed "".adway Tabernacle. William Osboine UaKe team of Sing Sing prison and jonii ine in mi., ii .... ... ,,.,,, . ,,, iM11B llf ,... .,, the Highlander .f Tarrytown. The to oe snajiiiiR iiivih",..- ............ j, .... , .....v.-w..,. .... ......... ... - - .- .1... ., having been contributed by Judge Klbert ,h r... iiosnllal H U-ry. .1. P. Morgan. Oeorge W. Per-1 fqu"" kins. Brown Bros. & Co.. Potter. Choate "',llu" A. Prentice ami White, Weld Co. Some of Tliusr on Hulls. Among those who will work at the Convict' Bull Tesni Wins. OssiMNU. N. Y.. Aug. . About l.Soo camp are John W. Alexander 2d, C. I. p-lson fan saw nay i niuweu, piicner i v. n. s. S, sAuchlniiosM, Itoln-it L, of the New York American league oase- itacon. Arthur Craw- ball team, umpire the game this after- I'reflldent or those close to him refused Ur Alexander Cumnilngs, president of prison team won by a 'core of . o 0. to comment on the conference. the University Forum of America The , Trefly 'w rled for the MnB .Sing team The Inability of the President to com- latter pointed to the nrmles of F.urope and Lonklln for the iiigiuanners n.unlcate as quickly as ho desires with i us n danger to the L'nlted Slates aflen " his adhvlsers by mall will probably! the war, diclarlng that Ilurope's need .MOURNERS RIOT AT CEMETERY. shorten his stay here. His mall is vo- I of money after the drain of coinh.it luminous and he himself writes many of j would make rich ami defem-clem ,..,, In nnv m.rlitl t't-rtlfli-ittr-hls communications In answer to them. I America a tempting target Major , , ,,,l,,r' "' l,n,e "'""' run. i.ir The telegraph and telephone are not junies F. tlrayblll. lleiitenanl-coni-t Cnnses lllt iirlmncr. iifed by him except In emergencies, as.miinicr ,lf tho Confederate Wterium i ... ,.,. of th(. ,i,i.er of a hearse they do not contain the guarantee of lnip , ,) ,.y, read a eulogy rlt- j 1 'O',,o" burial certificate or a w zxmt z sa- "' """::."' 1 5Sr jssarr s" to-nay. w-n.cii ii."...r.... ,Uhhl I'. H. lirown. tne soie living ,v , .,.llrth. Onee.m Horonch. N. J.. Aug. S - Tf n finer Creek Tea House, outside of Rut- ,.nhu,.,, r ti, u,.n,,i runeml. wnn' I . . . . .....i. -.ih.nM t.... v... , ... . . ouild-' ,ver'" ,lrM' unable to leave Ills home In Heorgla, nut ir.r- w-fre set on Are by lightning dur Ire ,i severe thunderstorm this after r.oor firemen had their busiest diy m n.,nv year. The property Iom was 'rtttnatetl at J201."1n. A iree Ht.iry building at Broadway M ,lneison street, occupied by the fan i.n Curwln Rod Company. ' 'lam nn in the extent of $r.0,nrnl, One . t. . ... . Jt ...A.MAn will ' i. in, ire , ,uf ntty mn aim wi'iuw. "... b. thronn out of work. Ah i ,e til-emeu were at work on the Mite ft holt hit the department Unre ,,f Tonne Hollln?she.id, In llrmhiay three blocks away. The 1'rM. -v r iiiiough tho three tory ni Mne t ,i htoreroom III the cellar ar. ,i,,-i,i ,, big blaze that was re- .- i for a second alarm. Mis ItreiMian. head honklteeper at the - t. ..ke miii the burning building, -e ti'ie police, aiirl saved the com booki, hlie fainted when she 'W The loss on stock and build- i-is placed at J125.000, fir men were kept on the run The mourner became greatly excited .. .nn hi nbv,lclan Mrs Francis " , j v when the HUperinienucnt reiusen in (.rayson. his pnici r,rrt"f.. ho ent a speech to be icad. .No one 1 ...,. lwv,.. ... ,..,,. ,.em.t.rv iinwe savre. nis aauKiitrr, ano i., i.. - i .. i. u .....a .. ..a .-- ,.ee,ret Wilson , coin., ue u.i,,,. ie.... '" wthout the hill Inl certificate EGYPT BUYS 170,867 BIBLES. Wnr fnr A ! C I T " HKht small fires, all oaute-d by Hrh'uing l-'n Us in Stop llrmnnd Mrrtptures In Tnrkey. Revrth fioni Constantinople to the I it was later found to contain a bitter ' . I. 1. 1 n..l.ln..i lll..... V. I. I . B.I. II. I IIBI'ICHV I. lin.jn Him American men In general. One para graph read : We have become since the death of Thev attacked the clerks In the oltlee and also the driver of the hearse, and there was much disturbance until a policeman came alone and quelled the, disturbance, pending the arrival of the ford, Thomas Bias den, Wlnthrop Burr, Jr., T. W. Camegle, L. S. CImnler, Jr.. Alexander S. Cochran, J. I. Crlmuilns, Jr, Dr. Richard Derby, .1. C. Fargo, R. Hrosvenor, Cyril Hatch, Hamilton Fish, Jr., H, P. Hnrnblower, O. W. Hubbell, Jr.. II. du Pont Irving, Adrian Iselin 2d, OUer Uelln, C. O'Don nell lselln, Henry Jarre, Jr., .1. Kenglt, Jr., Archibald King, Frederick R, King, Le Rov Kl..g. F H. Klnnlcutt, Theodore Lane, .1. C Llllltnthnl. Dmllev Field Ma lone, K, D. Moigan Jr., Regis Post, R S. I'leriepont, F.llhu Root, Jr. Theo doie Roosevelt, Jr.. Wlllard I Straight, W. Sv?llgman and Rhlnel.uider Waldo The Philadelphia delegation will In clude Alexander Brown, Howard II, lleiirv. William J. Clothier. Victor C. Mather. Walter Stokes, , .1 Diexel , t" Riddle, Charles , Mather, Colcin.in P., Brown. Andrew Wheeler, iiiiam (. oen- i-aiie and Heurge Dallas Dlxou ital fear that Lee's skull 1. Van Fleet was ar rested Alfonso I.ombirdi, II. of 143 Klghth nienue, was run down by n Jitney lm, mi South orange enu opposite Speed wnv avenue He was cut and bruised. Mrs. William Olter, 14, of 3.1 John stieet. Belleville, a piNHeiiger In -i Jitney Itu, of the Peoples Bus Line of 554 llro.nl street, was tliiown to the pave merit when the machine skidded In front of L't.l Broid street. She was cut and biulsed. An automobile driven by Bertram Ciimmlngs of 45 Baldwin nvenue col l.ded with another autoin.ihlle driven U Jacob Itaisnmn of 21) Cooper street, Tienton. and owned by Mrs. Ailolphus Ake of '.':" Hanover stieet, Trenton, late thl Afternoon at t'lliitoii and Rldgewisul . venues The machines were llghtly damaged Hr. M. L. Cummtngs, a p.m-sdigei- in the Cuinmlngs automolille, wna tut on the tight hand. lilc mum . -. Levy Is Injured In iiloiuolille t'olllslnn. Aldermiin Abralmm N. Levy I' S. Hnint a nation of perjurer nnd' ..,.u, ,.m, the reriltlente. and the grafters, and our young men have be- . d p, hurled, but not before the olllcer made ono arrest. The body was that or com agnostics and uthelHtK. The Rev American Bible Society here Indicate nr. Jerrerson or nrist inurcn puniisneii, .... ,. .i,-i,, that the sale of Bibles In Turkey. Bui-1 and so did the Hon. Frank Moss, that .... .., drowned at Coney garla and Rgypt has not been stopped our college men are a general ; Ion of r I dal go by the war. Ill Kgypt 170,S7 volumes scoffer at religion. And In pious Prince- "'n Vorrt arrested Abraham w-ere sold last year, or about 10,01)0 les ton 'Abolish chapel, even on Sunday.' Is , man Kora ',,r"'en wml , in the Preceding year, when there the slogan. At a recent Sund"y -rv c Bein ; - ; ,ff V1 .i.. 2.1 .....i i.. ... !i I ii....j! lei.iitt'u iioVid 1 leaders of the attack upon Herman ro.r.,ne. ftuI. ' r"? i w c , ; 7 , h, hnliio, the driver of the heatso. He ConetantliKiple are still endeavoring to with It. President Wilson, while pies improve the Arabic text of the Scrip- Ident of Princeton, to keep on the good , i side of the boy allowed them to be ab jure ... ........ j . . V, I .... .u, ,1.,.m In ...aln. Hard times in r.gypi were attrinuteu sriu iru... wioi- ....je ... ......... the change of rulers and to the re-1 tain academic peace, Ho wronged Hu bs- nanny n"" i"- ,,w ... same rule In this horrihle war for the caure of humanity: It Is tho second term plank, tabooed by the Democratic party, that ne warns o survive ported coming lniasl.cn by the Turks, The depression lasted ft good part of the year, but there was Improvement when the Turks failed to arrive and British control became firmer. I was charged with assault. MliniiBluil Coble Restored. The Commercial Cable Company an nounced that the cibles between Shang hai and Chefoo and Shanghai and Foo Chow are restored and messages for China art now following the nor. rial routes. slightly llijilleil last night when Ills au tomobile collided at Putnam mid Kuick- url.i.olf .r uvamieu Willlni.ih.ltii n, .eitli Some of the college athletes In the list ' t.r t.ar owned and operated bv ........ II.. nwliln,, I.-, i ,il, lliillnp. . . . ......... .... ate rcrcy iiiiukiiu'ii, i-i.hhv ..iiih-i worth. D. H. Herring, O. II. Poe, J. W. Farley ami Patrick Hrant. MONTE MEN AROUSE BEACH. Woodland, tlnvlnit' No I'ollcetiinii, Mend fur line, Three card motile men stirred a sen satlon among the tluee bundled campers at Woodland Beach, a little summer re sou on the outskirts of New Dorp, Staten Island, yesterday afternoon. The campers notified the New Dorp police and Patrolman Nugent hurried on a bicycle to Woodland Beach When he got there, he says, two well dressed men were taking money with both hinds from Investors In monte Both weie placel under arrest They s.ild they were Oeorge Walker and Frank Claweon and that they lived In ratenon. Julian Ills of IKK Ureene. avenue. The Alilrrmaii wa Willi Mr. and Mrs Rich ii rd Messier of 13-.' Thinop avenue at the time of the accident Dr. Fischer of the Herman Hospital wiih hiimmoned and treated Ley and 1 Ml. Messier. Both were cut and bruised and leturneil to their home after the I wounds weie dressed Hiss and Messier escaped Injury Atlantic City .? NEXT WEDNESDAY BO l-v- W, 214 St., 7.50; Liberty St.. 8.00 i'BV Lv. JacVion Ave., Jtney Cliy. 8.17 Lv. Biota St., Newttki 7.55 a.m. HARD CO A. NO SMOKE COMFORT Beginning this Monday Morning The Semi-annual Disposal of Saks Suits for Men and Young Men Reduced from $23, $20 and $ 1 7.50 to $13.00 The success of Saks suits at .$23, .$20 and $17.50 is clue to the fact that so much of individuality and style should be obtainable at such modest figures. Yet today the remaining selections of these self same suits, taken direct from our regular stock, are marked at the uniform price of .$1M. What better argument can we use to nail this splendid opportunity to the mast? The reductions run from $4.50 to $10 a suit. The materials include a wide range of wanted weights and colors. The models afford many variations of the close-fitting, soft-roll collar styles and the workman ship is OUr OWn. A mJI char(i for clleraUom. nk5&nmpnmj Broadway at 34th Street 1