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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1915. HI pjaj i 1 BREITUNG SHIELDED IH PLOT BY BROKER! IHrman Who Supplied Arid THIn of His Introdnr tlon to Fay. FAKE TALKS SUSPECTED atari F tipegnnrde. whoa real name l Paul Pleh. who acted a broker In the sale of potassium chlorate and trinitrate of toluol used My Fay and hi com panion, explained MM night hln connec tion with Mas Tlreltung. Dr Klemle rind Fagr Opegaarde or .Men is .14 rar old. a German, tall, elltn. alert an. I PafrfUl of Hat he says. He csme to A inert. -i four years afo. rntMinel three year and tlien returned to thla country In Fehrtinrj to buy copper for Herniary Ha I ravelled, using a Norwegian PBfJpOrt, fOf I enpper concern on the Pcandtnsvl in peninsula "My real name la Sleh ' aald ha lat nltht at the Tlreslln "Hut I have tieen known aa i ipegaerde since I came here In February to Imi copper for ilrrmany I could not et a passport without -hanging my name, ao I took a Nor wegian one I did not chanire back rain to Bier, until Sunday, when they found ma about 4 o'clock In the after noon sitting In that chair over there I registered here aa ipwaarde from Stockholm 1 have a amall mall order business and aim am a broker 1 deal in anything-. "I oame over here to ge' i op per pri marily. 1 could ei all I want to-morrow, but I could not get It to Hermuny Of course I knew when I oame over her bow -hard It would he to send cop par to Gormany. but I nought 1 would ee what I could do. No I haven't boujrht any alnce I cam "1 know Breitung row nbout three yeara We Bret met rnrtally In a club In Chicago and have been frlenda ever since. I have tried to well him several thtnge Ha deala In moat everythtnr and ha alwaya la In touch with th market. 0 that whan I tried to sell him some thing he would tell me that he could buy It hlmelf and save brokerage fee I triad U tell him a ship once. Ha wantad me to fet one for Mm. hut the dal did nut ev thmugh "t met Fay the first time a meek aan to-dev and have had 'hree or four con MWJatlom with him alnce tint time. I tfw not aunpect what wss BolnB on un til the police found me on Sunday 1 never expected to be found The find transaction I had with Breituns two montha ago wen he came to ma and aaked me to buy Jn poun.le of potaaaium chlorate for him I sold It to him for 111 I rot It from Wettlg, In whoae office I had desk room "There waa rothlng t be auapected from ttvat deal. vtase1um chlorate is no an erplnslve and tt l used for a groat many purpose Aa a broker I bought and eold anythlrg I could lay my hand on. Then six months asr I had met Ir. Klensle who waa a frland of Breltung'a Rreltung Introduced m to Klensle Just sneslly you know We met severnl times since Two waeks ago Klenale told me he wanted 1 (0 pounds of T. ti. T for Fsy and a week at to-day he introduod ma to Fay, who srked me Is gel hvm 100 pourda of T N. T " "Didn't you HI apart then that there migr-t be something .li-ger..u In the do ' Sleh was asked "Oh. atr. Than I had my suspicions But I did n 1 nsk what Kav wanted the T. N. T. for. I asked Wettlg to get It. but we could not get ion pounds -only twenty-flv pounds at first rfo I aold Fay twanty-rlv pound of T N T After 1 had sold It to him I asked hint what he wanted it for. At first he would not tell me. but 1 told him my suspicions had been Brouaad Then he Invented that fake story you saw in the afternoon puporfi." "Old Fay eer mention that he run an ofrtcer or that he had st-en Hoy-Kd and Von Pa pan r "Fay didn't say he was an oil) er but ha said hi- had been lighting H did not mention any officials at nil I mr Oativsraailon alayut thtl deil ia vary meagre Ka did not want any one to know nh.it he wis doing In my fc Mf brief con errations aith him we talked mostly alaiut he war 1 know so littl about him that I cannot tell mil -h what he tried to do except what he told me I had to accept hU explana tion, but when he mentioned crlppanc a whole cheml al plant 1 knew thfjt was Impoaalhle " "Vou know of course that HreltunK IB coming on to New York." 8'h was tald by The Si n reporter. "Yea; poor fellow.' h- replied "But he'll get out of this all rlgh' He dldn t know much about what was BolnB On t guaal he'll ba lined about a UnHple of hundred dollars or maybe a thousand on that conspiracy ehafga " BUSY IN PHILADELPHIA. areret ien Ice Head to trreal Uerman xgents an Time. Pull. APS! tMIIA. Ocl II Matthe-a- F ' itrirnn, cliof of the United Stales se-Ne' Mfcrvii-e office In this city, slid todgy that Ids men have been R-atlv ring evidence for some time aga.nst rjermun BfantH whi ' are bellaved to have been aorking here in connictton with the four man under! arresx In New York Orrtef ilrlffln Is awaiting orders from higher Government L4tlcla4i u to hie next step He said to-day tha as ta.r ' aa he knew ther will not I" u v air. si. in th' city at preaent, but he intimated that order tnight be re?alvi i a any thnie to take the guspeotad per DM H. J. CENTRAL LIFTS EMBARGO. Movement of Fxporl Freight in This Port Rcsanteil. The Centra', Hallroad of New lerse ha lifted the embargo it placed on ex port freight because of harbor condi tions at this port An official of lis OOmpiny said that a gieat deal of mis conception had at- sen regarding the em bsrgo. which affected only Baal bound shipment destined for export Owing to the enormous volume of e porte the lighterage facilities vveis badly congested, cauains numerous de lays. This, coupled wl'h labor troubles in whn'h ihe ongshort-iiirn tied up soma of the companv pier, made an em b.rgo necessary Freight Is n.ov being h milled In the customary manner The same condi tions prevail at all the other big ter minals in New York and .lerse- City. The f'enns' li atua Railroad, however, is reported to b somewhat hmdeied In the movement of it increas.ng freight tr.f fir, owing to difficulties with the long shoremen. The difficulties with the la borerR are understood to be well on I he gray to a settlement. No i.reene Con. topper Dividend. Dividends on the stock of Ihe tireena Consolidated Copper Company acre not resumed resterdaj when the board of direct,. is met. This. It I thought, means that than will be no dlvldtnd de.-lared bv tne i.reene Caniitiea Copiier Coin pun', which iioids practically ail the stork ol Hie llrsent Consolidated fiom psni. when ihe directors of that coin pan' mee' on Thursdu The shutdown Of the oompanv'l mine m Mexico, due to the burning of bridges hi the warring faction. Is given .. the cause of the fsllnre to resume dividends. U. S. SEEKS MEN HIGH IN BOMB PLOT; SOURCE OF $500,000 BRIBE SOUGHT ronMeiW frnm r"l( rnre la the product of a vivid Imagination. Hrlng the detective or reporter or any one else here who told you that and I will stand him on his head There M ansniuteiy notning to it .... C. li Wettlg. an exporter or 11 nai- tery place, corroborated rspt Tunney statement regarding the lf.i').0" "fTer 1 know all about the oner mane m oppegaaide," he said The same offet was made me by Fay " I These hits of etrlklng Information at taken b) the authorltle aa Indicating that Fav. ivho admits recehdng 4.("" front the head of the I lerinan se ret ser vice In Hrusaels. and no more, had it BOH red of liberal nnanceti In tMa coun ty Thc are taken to mean rhn Fa aa regarded by somebody higher up nn executive, capable not only of Invent lug mines but also of engag ng In varied activities i 'ne noteoook. belonging to either frnoil or hay- there may be others I snows that ll.Wt was spent In rent-, lug ind equipping a garage In Wee- ; tilled Chief Klen of the I'nlted States hawken. Yet the Investigations made I secret service, and Chief Flynn will look already, ehow that the men ent morel the things over to-day. than II, Ann m plans they were carry ing out The question Is "where did reltang'a Part t nexplalned. the other money come from"" and the Miithorltle are said to be able to fol- The part which Max ptreituttg plays In low that monev to a certain but not Its I "eed conspiracy ha not been ex ultimate, source. 1 l'llned fully by the police or the Fed Whlle Chief Flvnn of the secret aer- r1 'i'hrt''ltl The warnnt charges vice Is sceptical of statements made by n,m ',n PVln money to Seih. or np Fuv. he aald eaterdav that Mas .dmii- PBr for the basic materials for ex- ted that mi salllnc from Holland to this ailing country he had In has peeesalon a let ter from u high Herman official to a cer- 1 tain person In thla country, but that, fearing he might be seised and searched, he destroyed the letter Fay dM aay. however, that he carried a letter cf a commanding character to Capt. Hoy-Rd. who Is connected with the Herman Km baasy The Federal authorities, so far aa their acta eouM be obeerved. were con cerned yesterday In bringing all the five men accused In connection with the ship destroying plot within the Jurisdiction of one Federal .-ourt Lieut Fay and R-holx were brought from the Wee. hawken police court before t'nlted Statea State Commissioner Houghton aod there held In 111,000 ball each. They waived any right they might have In fighting tianeference from the local court In Veehawken to the Federal Court In New York Not so with Paul Paesche. the obuat but bovtsh. dark-eyed Herman who stood on his rlgh' and through counsel de clined to submit himself to the wiehe of Ch ef FlMin He accordingly waa arraigned lfope rntted State Comn.is- t sioner .lainni I' i arpciiirr m ,ierir ny snd held In ta.04)0 bail for examination on November .1. He is accused of hav ing and concealing the po" eaton of a high explosive for the purpose of blow ing u) a ship in the Jurisdiction ot the United States It is said that he expect to furnish cist ball to-dav When Fay. Scholx and Paeeche were srritgne-1 tiefore .luetlce of the Peace Hamter In Weehawken Kay and Stdinli aa.d they had no counsel, but that they were rcadv to go tn New York They acenrdlnBly were taken to the office of Chief Flvnn In the Ciwoen Hmie wnerc hey remained until 4 o'clock, except for the time that they were taken out to luncheon and to the barber shop fcttrk to first Story. In the afternoon they were subjected to a serere grilling st the hands of chief Flyrn, who bad been in eommunieaiion with Washington Hut when Mr Flynn with an assistant reached the Feleral building with his two prisoners at 4 o'clock he said that he had ObtaiM 1 I nothing additional from them, that the I two men still held to their original story , When Fav and Scholl were arraigned! before ommls.ioner Houghton they were t dd the natuie of the complaint and aaked if thei wihed to have it read. Fay sai l he did and steppsd forward to ake it from the rorntniaatonar s hand The COmmtBBtOner held him eff and road that part of the warrant accueli g him Stdl Fay wanted to look at It. but Com- mtMtoner Houchton held it in nil hand and asked the men If they had counsel. Itoth shook their heads and Bard that they knew nnbodv (hey wished to have serve for thein The f.niTniiicit.tnfT 1 h would try rti.n f .motMvnv R rwwi tm ix at tl,t)A for each of them and set a bear Iiir for 2 T M . November 4 Afterward he a ..signed Ismi .teraawits of an Broadway a cottaaxtl foi Fay and Abraham Snydeker ag coiuisel foi Soholg Itotii prltOttafl were sent to the Tombs Benno LjOewy, atloiney for Dr. Her bert Klemle spilled to John C. Knox, Assistant t'nited State Attorney, to have Klenxle's ball reduced to M Mr Knox told him flatly that the only chance there was of having the ball tedti.-ed waa by applying for a writ ol hareas corpUBi and then there would cms out the real reason for putting tha bull so high. another Mght In Tombs That refusal made it necessary for Dr Ki. nile tn spend another niBht in the Tomb, for the agent of the Casualty i ' irpany of America, who was to sign the bond, did not have authority- fe qulltsj iind.r the law to sign a ball l-.nd of 125.000 The rumor spr-sd yesterday that the arrest of the men on Sunday had be.n I re mature and that no suitable evidence had been obtained . that the secret ser vice men had been working on the case from another end for scleral weeks to ascertain the source of the fund going lo certain alleged tjermsn sgents In this country. The discovery of Infor it ation by the police. It was hinted, had made It necessari t arrent the men La, foes the seer : set vice men obtained nil the evidence they wis led. Whether ihete wss a conflict between the local police snd the secret Service nen or not. Police Commissioner Woods snd emphatically last ivenlng : If w had not made the arrests hiugs might hgVs happened for which we w-ould not take Ihe responsibility. " In other words the police feared that the defendants, having so much explo- BlV in their possession and having "iked ..nl their plans to such extent. nilglit at anv time set a mine and do . I image to life and pnip.-rtv Comnils- ler woods fe,t it his duty to make Ih,- at rrsts. littler Humors Dented. Another rumor concerning a difference 1 ssias o a secasissjsa between Chief Flynn and Ihe local police ! WORhLD AS I LAMSl t, l . li ' set at rest by Capt Tunney and -I v" Bgrnltl. It was said tha' the Harksrtu Farm t'.niploi. ees Rri'.is- srren nt Pay gnd RchOll on S'lndny : wa made without ..e. ret service men.1 l ! PlflM and Fa, s. Persons at Holies Headquarters said las' I nlghl that they have been working on b. , ae for several weeks Hinl that on ; Thursday the situation wa such that it was deemed Imperative to notify the -. ret service office Capt. Tunney said in. directed Detective Barnlti la get in ton- h with secret service men. The detective said : I received my nrrti from Capt Tunney ..nd 1 Immediately called up Capt Henry at the Custom House. I explained the situation In him an.l that evening Hinlie and Hayage, two secret I s.-rvlce men, Joined me In Weehawken ' and were with us constantly until we , ni ide the arrest on Sunday." There wns s further search for evi dence against the men esterdni- A , ilsit was 11 arte by detectives to th shop of McMillan at Werner. 11 Centre street. Mr McMillan ald thai he received a visit from Beholl on June 7. schoii showed me plans for a cylin drical tube about fourteen Inches long, four Inches in diameter at one end snd two Inches In diameter nl the nther. He nented five of them made ," The device hi .ieer ft h.ih to he uwl rVir iamti the mine which Fav snd Hrrmli trs building 'The cvllnrtera WTI delivered In nVh.jis In a fm days.'' mid Mr M.-- ""W "n .lime 24 fVlmlz called agaii and bought two dozen si.rings with hool.s attached at one end. On ( k ber .'1 Bonola CSlM again and L mejnt oiner cyii;iiere The total t am unt of his punhosee w-.vs 1I0 "hol told me that the device waa to no used for pumping automobile tli raa ftut I did not pay any ntte-tlon e what he said, for we hove any number of leranna i-ome here to buy various odd ippllarcea or to have i 'hem made t ider." Iietecttve Michael Lyons of Weehaw ' en found another box belonging to l.leut. Fay In Degan's boathouse last n'ght This box. which Lyons exam ined superficially, contained clockwork iitul a heavy iron yllnder which was carefully wrapped In cloth and paper 1 Not knowing whether It was a new type of Infernal machine or a cache for the hiding nf paper. Lyons decided not to Inspect it too i loselv He no P" nd Kppegaarde In a long inter- view last ntght explained his relations with Breltung, Fay and Dr, Klenale The inference which could be made from the allegations of the complaint and from statements made h) Fay and SchoU. was that Mreltn ig wis asked to help furnish explosives and that he did so with hi own money "II Is certain," aald one authority, "that money dribbled through Bret- lung s hands to ray or hcholx Schols received a postal card from a woman In Newark yesterday, reading "Cheer up . der worst 1st yet to come. Forty years Frauleln ' In Scholis notebook was found Ih note : "N P Company, Tlroa1, fift." In quiry at II Broad street veeterdav re- eared the offlcss of the N'ttro Powder Company, with which Richard In in is connected Mr l-iin sld he did not re call any visit from Fay or lohOtB. He ,1. however, that even orde, tiled wss recorded M the factory BURNED ALL LETTERS. tlced fc, Woman at 1 i . Whoae tlon.e Prtaonrra l ived. Mr. BUiabeth Stewart of ss-, Vark avenue Cninn Hill. N .1 . told a reporter for The Son yesterday that she was one of the most surpr'sed persons In the world when she read a newspaper on Monday morning and learned that tw-o of her former lodgers had been arrested for conspiring to dynamite munition (hip, Itaytng New York Hobert Fay and Waller Scholx had engaged rooms of her Just as other ; in,ig,rs 4)4, nP said, and then- wasn't a thing nbout their actions that aroused her suspicion RYetl when she noticed that they carefully burned up all the letters they received. Mr Stewart gave no second thought to it They lived in my house at I Fourth ! reet from May K until a week ago last : street Saturday. " said Mrs Stewart "1 told them that 1 Intended to move and they ' said they wou'd not continue with me 1 explaining Hint Mr S h.-iz intended to move bis garage to New York on November 1 anyway and that they had both decided to move ovei there f'nrfaln I snail llrsns. Tn. ,,,,,, ,. ,-ommunlcaling frn, r;,m(l r ,,, Moord noor ind al. ,,,, WMItr WH KMi.nt warm .,. ,,,,,, ,,,Ur ,, ,. ,,,., rur,Bins they asked that I keep them up. I did and the ml. mis were usually IrRwn "In An f thf POOMI thpr whs it msU nrrlr nhp utMl ihy ;iMkii m1 to subut i ii tf m irH(rr ,ft -t ronfftr tabic he4-niiHe- thf wrf f1- sTiitr- aiwl iHahad o flo nnip of t:r work tiVro I T;it thf'tn m heavy tHl' hi if I i. mi n! wh h rovfrffl with Wht lo-.kf t! t m hk HiitomoMif nnri moiOHMMI uartu my many IfHirniile rievnted to - , toni"hit ;tnn moiorDoei Duiinine;. i "i remember of only one men . nming tn vteH thm He ' jm nne OA) thry were out and ankvl for Mr Fiv When IU Baaawaalat al 1 la K a ti-u H t aval In j n iu what tha man looked like but he had not , left his nam- and 1 tool, no particular notice of hi appearance He came again nd .-ailed on Fay and tCholl. They made frlendr with no one in the house eycepi my prire .-nt The cat has twenty-eight toe-v seven on each of ht feet, and that secnie.l to amuse the men Whenever they were working In their 1 rooms the cat whm always there with them 1 didn't know for some time after they esmo Hint Mr Behold had a garage in Main street They had been with me for tw-o month before I even 1 knew Mr Fay mini "They came togetner when mey eii- gaged the rooms, hut their trunks and uit esse were brought by different ex premn There were three trunks and three or four suit CBaea. Mr flcholl had hi name op the letter box in the veetlbule. bill Mr Fay paid all the bill He pa'd for his lodging regularly every week and for n weekly inagaBlne, which was sent to him Thry had milk left for them every morning and one of them would go out to a delicatessen store for food " DENIES KNOWING FAY. Vnn tternstorft lsu ia,s No t.er ii n n niti, I n I I Be Intolted. Count vod fteraetorff. theilerman Am bassador .aid yesterday that he knew i, i, thing of Robert Fay or an., of the Hermans Implicated In the alleged ,-on-sniruov 'disclosed In Weehawken and pould therefore make no comment cotl- cernitig them. The Ambassador had not yet returned yesterday from hi week end lu the muntry. but was reached by his sacra Uiry t the Hllx-Carllon by telephone. I --nv, Ambasador Bras told of report printed to Ihe effect that "high 1 id ¬ man ofh.-Iale were about to tie involved "So far as I know, said the ount, 1 "no i termini otll.-ial are Involved or in danger of being Involved." Nkw I.onpon. ..nn i let 2S. Walter! ! schols, one of the alleged conaplratorg arrested by Federal detectives In New Jersey, wss employed as a teamiter on 0 PER MONTH ON PLEDGE 0F PERSONAL PROPERTY 1 THE PROVIDENT LOAN MANHATTAN. T n rth Avenue, cor. 3Sth atrssv I Id rid se street, cor. Klvtngton 4, feventh Ave., bet. 4th sad taut III LeslSBtue Axe., cer. IMth Hires. Grsod Street, cor. C'tloloe Street, kesi 7iiU St., bet. Lsslngtoa it Axte. ssw swnw St.. ee K ! Hnrkness's est a te, Waterfnrd. three rrlles west nf this rlty, for a fortnight early lust spring. Hupt. Jordan of the llarknes farm. employed Hrhnls through a far mem' bureau In RMU street, New York Hehnlx, who appeared to lie a Herman a,,,ut . in. said he wa. an nrchltect. hut ,vss compelled to accept anv kind of en plm ment and wns glad" to go to Waterfcrd A week afterward he re- Ived a mysterious telegram and a couple of days later a RMA from New York visited the farm and had a long I talk with Hcholx. BETHLEHEM MENACED. Federal Agents Inveetlajate Plot to low t p Plant. FIPTBF.N It was reported vesterday that the Federal authorities weie investigating charges thai 'iirman conspirators plotted to blow up the entire plant of the Bethlehem Steel Company at Beth lehem. Pa Two participants In this lonsnlracy are said to he In New York. Thev are being smight by detectives The plot was exposed by a New York business man with offices In a building on lower Broadway His name was withheld The conspirators had tented an office across the hall from him. and in passing he accidentally caught frag ments of their conversation which made him suspicious He heard talk of dyna mite and Bethlehem, and also iw a huge map of the Pennsylvania city hanging on the wall of the office. The business man telegraphed to Charles M. Schwab at Bethlehem and told him of what he feared Mr Schwab hurried to New York and. after a con ference with his informant, engaged a former ohc.. official to Inquire Into the plot letectlves watch.d the conspirators for several days thrrugh a window from an adjoining office building Then the Hermans moved 10 an uptown hotel The detectives engaged an adjoining WltO. Purina the absence of the on- pliators they installed dictaphones In the rooms and after that they wer .Me to hear all that was planned The plot contemplate I the hlnwlng up of the Bethlehem plan- by dynamite, which was to have been placed by agents working In Hie sewers of the Plant at nlghi The explosive was to hae been set off bv electricity at a prearranged hour. The detectlvea learned nlmcst ry detail, even to the amount of dynamite thut the Her mans thought necessary for the Job The Information thill acquired wa sent to chief Flynn or the I'nlted Slates secret se vice William ' tffley. head of .lust ice. took the matter In charge with the result that one of the conspirator was arrested The two ethers are being sought and their arrest is expected Within a short time Mr Schwab, when called upon at his home last night, refused to make any Statement, laying: that he did not care to discuss the affair BIG 6DNS ROAR AS FLEET ATTACKS N. Y.i ports f tll NtlTOWP Bpfh r . . TliPorPtlPBl Stot'l tit Tfii HllttlPHllipa. A V-MMile fleet of ten battleehlps and raged al what he had seel II do. . ,K,i, Ki..i umoke 'dared tiial M'C'Uieghy tried to kill Big torpedo to-.-s. tiick nn-K Btnone ' - . ' . , Manning and demanded that the de- ti-enmi'g ea ward fr-m iiieir funnali. I ttctyt pUcl1 (n ,.,,, r,. i.wrel ff New York city at I C 'ast n and Dr Dillon, police suigeon. ex I'.ght snd dashed toward New York liar- fcmtned 'he detective and flna'ly had him bor their prows cutting the water V.ke , locked up. carge.1 with attempted felo- nlou Maaull Dr. Dillon would nm to. icini kniVOi 'chance his verdict thai McConeghy Wat Hut deepttl ther silent approach UP-1 nn, rlrurk. dor a cloudy ky. keen ees ashore iio'rd . Deputy fommlagloner rtadlej was In their moieinents an.l when within a few formed ..f the fad., and Immediate!) mile of the Narrows the lutterlee of ordered Mc.'o .gh s suspension Pits Hamlltol a l Wadsw th sild- Vnmp sjld. .leiiii belched Mr, thunder and th-, ...... t 1 rt n ltl ftt thf for. Igfi H.-t There w,ih in- tpy ffom th. hrttt- mermm in the rtoud ol Wacl nm.'. treemiitg over ererj unii -r Hie fleet as the battleships lunged forward al In even srealer rate of H-ed Aaain and aaaln the guns of the twin ports gunidlns Ihe Narrows roared out th Ir proteat, and eien the elements milled to the defence of New York, tor a trr rifle .'l ip "f thunder resounded from the threatening .-loud ahoie the fleet. For twenty minutes the 12 Inch' guns of Hamilton and Wadsworth 1 roared, but the fleet continued Its daring dash toward the city Then the conflict abruptly ceased No authoritative reports of the outcome ,f hs conflict could be learned last rdghl ai Hither of the forlc whl.-h fought un der the direction of Col S K Allen, so New Yorkers must B4tl tneir breaurasts without knowing whether they are mi- ,,., th,. iron heel nf a cruel forelB" despot 'or not The naval maii'eiivres have been boIhb for some lime, but this is th fl.st time recently that New Y rk ha been attacked In last night's war game the fleet was supposed to race from a spec tied point off the coast to snothsi polnl ueirei New York before the two forts could tire a certain number of shots The entire Math He.ich section of Brooklyn Shaken li Ihe heavy flr- ; ing Many motorist gathered on the shore road in watch the tlnshe from the forts and Ihe giadilil approach of thel fleet BUDGET MEETING ON NOV. 6. .resident III I onfer win. III. use's sp.-.-lHl I on. oil lie.- Then. V AS H IN'.ITON. I let lf - X meeting of a special committee f the Mouve liemo cratlC eau.-u appointed lo formulate a budget programme w.ll be held Novem ber ft The commlitee is headed bv Itepre- gantatlvg Shlrte of Kentucky and In cludes Rapreaentatlve Kit. -bin of Nnrih Carolina. the proapactWa majority leader, the chairman of the Committee on Appropriations. Speaker Clark, and Hep stentatlVS (jarretl of Tennessee The commlllee ha been instructed tn formulate a budget plan for submission to the House eau.-u when it meets Ihe latter pari of November The President ha taken great Inter..! In the budget plan and has conferred with Represents Hie Shirley with regard to it He will also confer with ihe oinmllte when It meets November I SOCIETY OF NEW YORK IIROVX. t curtlendt Ave., cor 1 4Sth gsrejjj HltOOkl t.N. fndtb St., cor. Lleingeuia it. ( rshsm Aeenus, cor. Debevolss 44. 1 Itkln Avenue, cor. Hockssrsr At. 1 pku dERT nflswfl! AN A lANh RKPAIO WITHIN 3 TWO VVKKKd KHUM DATg OUR GUARANTEE faM ttOaag llM ttrtl W9 Vfer 2$ jfaxwSf wtl ReMi t tfw Ityaa af a dol lar to InvMtor. 5 GUARANTEED MORTGAGES LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. RICHARD M. HIIRO. President Capital. tumlui Pr $9 , 000,000 S liberty Bt , X T. 184 Monlsgue Bt ,nkn OP SUBWAY PANIC Fluht on SpvtMity-spcond Platform Ht Tlinitrp Train Hour. St. i Ill'TPf'TIVl' IV VI VPl V 111. II i i 11 ' i ci uarijiM The crowd In the subwav station at Seventy -second street at the theatre hour laet evening was thrown Into a panic by a struggle hetwrm Detective' Sergeant Alexinder R McConeght and passenBers enraged at the detective's conduct After explanation at the Wesi Sixty-eighth street police station Mr Coneghy was locked up oharge.1 with at tempted felonious assault, and John Manning. 2" St Miry s avenue. Vonkers. was taken to the night court to answer a complaint of disorderly conduct. Thntniis A I'uiikerion, l1 Rector street. testified that on the way from the 1010 I street station to Seventy second sheet. , ,h(U ,n lhp ,,aHOM he would probahh M.-i'oneghy ridiculed Manning for not I gn the fa. is publicity, giving up hi seat The temper nf I both men rose, he said, until by the international labor leaders are cog lime the express station was reached ! ,,,, vt ,h, ,.nergetlc actlvllles of they had come to blows, aid tei-or 1 fnre'g'i emissaries working In this coun had.apread through the ir The Iraln ,v f Dr,v, tne cnntlnuoua cxpor'a- stopped. and the door were opened, and as he left the car Manning struck 11 detective, said Dunkertnn. and tripped and fell. MoConeany then pointed his revolver at Mannings face and. according Id I'unkerton, pulled the trigger twice, though the Weapon did not go off Wo men screamed ami pdlcesncn were sum mOttOd from the street The guard HOVad the passenaer promlacuouaty into the express train and o.lo-ed the .loons to get them out iw the w.i of danger DUtikertnn, ee;ng hi wife ami elx year. old child within range of the revolver, huetled them Into the tnln and tasle on to the Hrand Central Station to re turn by a taxi to enter complaint at the station. Hustave Weir, a platform guard at Sven! -second street, said that Mc- enneahv l.findlshed hi pistol at the people aheut him callog out "Het out of th wav or I'll ah... He also kicked Manning In the face. Weir ald Weir nnallv got behind the detective and wrested the piatnl from him Mc Coneghy conducted Manning to the West Sixty-eighth street station where an am- hukinc, ,u.rge..n -. I""!": tile iwiyciinic nospuai in lase smvnea 'in Ma-nlngs sc-,1P and lend up other lnlur.es Weir also had laceratUMa of Ins and tended He was injured while I taking the plltol fiom the dt live. n..i.Lnr.. arr.VA,! ul t h ! .1 O'l Sll- . the international st.-un rump Company announced vester.lav that almost all of the common sto. k of the companv hud j.aid tl'.e assessment of IIJT.n a share required by Ihe plan. onl r. per cent, baling f tiled to do ao Tte maeBBmenl on the preferred sloca of IlLt.'.'i a sh.i-e and a proportionate amount of the Baaeagntantl not paid h the common stock will be only IUI1I a h.re Pay meni must be made by November 1 7 1. Altman Sc o. direct attention to the enormoui quantitieH of Ftcor Coverings exhibited in the greatly tnlared Rug Department Rere Oriental Rugs. In large aod onusyal sizenare shown in generous assortments. Beautiful specimens of genuine CHINESE RUGS are ready for Immediate use. AMERICAN RUGS of the finest qualities manufactured in this country, many of the designs being exclusive to B, Alt man & Co., are offered at very moderate prices. Be Altinrtffln & Co, mini reservedly guaranntee lhe wearini qiualiitiies of every Roup; solid in the esftaMSsilnmemt. IWtftlf Avrnur - fBabiaon Amnitr 34tb anb 35th trppta &rm fork GOMPERS'S CALL ON WILSON STIRS TALK liiibor l-rndor Bollpvpd to Hrvp Told PrcHidcnt of Hijr (iprniHii IMot. i PARTLY VERIFIED HKRE Washington. (ot J - A call made I at the White House to day b Samuel ! Hompers was followed by a report that the head of the American Federation of i Lahoi had outlined to President Wilson an aliened Herman plot to tie up Amerl ran factoring engaged in making mti rfKlOlM for the Allies While Houee officials explained that Mr Oompers called to explain to Presl- ! dent Wllattfl the character of legislation I thai oigwTilxed lalior would seek In Con- j gres. Mr. GtofflMrg mad, a qualltled I denial of the report that he had pre. i sentcd to the President the details of a I OfflMfl CM falp I fgr) lie said he called to dls-'ii propose! labor legislation a no added that h- preferred not to discuss other questions that mav have been touched upoB In the ,-onferenee . .,.- ,.a,i gardod a altogether likely s mentioned an alleged Uerman COIUMMffBCy, a he had Indicated Ir several public statements that leaders of orcarnxed labor have been approached by Herman agents with a view to ham pering activities of Amerutan munition factories. In a letter addressed some week ago to n labor leader In New York Mr Hom pers ntd that If the fnota were known organised labor would be f'ven credit for the highest patriotism In preventing operations by iJermnnf designed to tie up American industries engaged In manufacturing munitions Mr Hompers Intimated that he had In bis tiossesejon evidence bearing on the operation of Herman agents he re garded as expedient to withhold from OMhlleatioti He gave the Impression ion f rmt n, ammunition to belli- gerents So said F.dward J. Hannah, general Secretary of the Central Feder ated Union, yesterday, when asked about a report from Washington that I'resU dent Samuel Hompers of the American Federation of ljibor had presented tij Freeident Wilson the details of a new and gigantic Herman idol to tie up munition plant - There Is nothliiB like that going on that labor does not know about." sild Mr. Hannah "If Sam Homper ay so yon can bet your last dollar that It I o Fcvcri international labor leader knows that foreign Influences are at work trying to make use of labor for the interest of fore.gn HoVernmentS Hill lalwr r.s proved to tne iernmcni that It Is not to be a trad for foreign fower The day of bribing labor men I past and nothing tin gone further toward establish. ng that fact than the conduct of InW m Hie present w r The laboring man ha hown himself to be a patriot firs' of all. "The.e foreign emlssarleo mlBht tem- Rmnw " shut off the Zi Li of .,, m in,, on would be to li. -Mer'. - P munitions plant generally or blow then. up. They certainly cpu.d not en- gtneer a general strike or a partial strike '"' UPPOBO gnr labor ni'.n is . l. a .. ...... ... K nu ... on it l HHH IW W .1 .- " own means ellhoodi do you-''- ALDERMEN FOR NIGHT SCHOOLS I'M Hood leane, but Flstlmate Hoard xjnt tpprnve. Most tpprove. S . fir as the Hoard of Aldermen Is concerned there will he monev enough to continue all the day and n'ght schools Until January I. for the board unani mously approved yesterday a special revenue bond laaue of litT.OAA, as de al red by Prealdeni Churchill of the Hoard of education The H.ar.l of Kstimate ha to np proie the isu. howcier. and th te mil! be unanlmoUl li Is believed Ilia every member except comptroller rren dergast .s sure to fsvor it Th Comp troller bad nothing to say yesterday. The Board of Kstimate cannot act until its regular meetlnsj on November as under the Charter the Mayor cannot sign yesterday's Aldertnanlc res olution until next Tuesday California Expositions Closing Sain Pranclaco . . DtMSawnbawr 4th San Diego .... Daaoaambejr 3 1 at Bur your tlckwte now $94.30 Out and Back Rate advance) Daeamber lac. Southern Pacific Steamships New York to New Orleans Connecting with Sunset Route) to tha Coast r further antitsftrl inmmirm i is r.sdwa st 27th St. at PRIVATE SCHOOLS NEW YORK'S PRIVATE SCHOOLS im vt. tt: N0 Httva. Nt. PAVLM n iioiii. Box I (isnt.-n "li v I.ne I si snd. WALTER1 K. M4KSH. Ile.ina-ter tt 4 KN 4 KM vi II. MM II. II nova tleldMiti. West 012.1 s Boyi may remsln all dM. tncludlnB ftst'y Btudyhour. Tennis i ..nn Athie.i.n, iii lUad'g to CoUags. INVINt. Bt'HOOL lTTt. RAY .t:, w s4h t Tel taxii KMyaw, Boy rn.ni .'. to 20 All teepart ment. home tinli tor hn under 11. Mi l AKTt NTt'.K'si IKMII tot BVj 10-aiS west Itnd Are, Te Pol 4.ttm. The I'.lh yesr heglle. llrloher 4. IBIS. Outdoor saerctaai i .to to 4 :n winter. HAMILTON IKHTITt'Tr rOM BtH't ggg Kllll ye Tel A 0 HIv t'OpJKOI PKt'PAtt 4 I H. fc'4th Near Deglaa BBM gOttt. Bit Kill Nt llttttl. tlllt Bill H. sotl Madison 4e nesr 2d st ltiH.iH.ns M'.iKlsy. Oct. 4th. BIX im I'll ,s ONL1 in a CLAM. 1 UK. II BOW MCHtNtL nl TUTORING, Ml tVeel T.'.th si Tel Col MM Two year attars in one Absolutely only one st lime with a leseher Tilt: LAWRBNC'I BMiril BCHOOL ltei..eiis in tol.er 4 at in t'asi ..on. btreet, Afternoon super ,lelon. TUB bum I M IKMII. II.H IK. IS Hiler.Ule-oli-i1ii.K.,i art" K tin-te"lrge A country day ni tM.Hr.ii.nr seaool roe yontiger hoys IIMiltY .1 KlfdJJL, I'rin I N I I It -i Illil.l 4 " M Kat 111st S'reef He-ooen.-l sepi 2nth I'rlmarv net 4th Dymnssliim nmi iniiins i 'lavs ( oi.t.t i.i 4 rr m iiooi rug Bin a. II I tt.t 44 7lh Ntreel. 4 I 'ofleee rreiarnti.r Nehnol with Ntrnng I'rllnar. snd Junior t.raile. Hit till! 411 till Mitt BCHOOLj li sen near 'xn i 'ortlandl Pi it tM Mt Dsy h Boarding Boys P a Hackm llen.l nMeter Intimate teachlnB by scholarli Men For liiHLa m, ii.im. women! lilt. H4K4BI Bt IKMII I I. It t.lltl.B. Illll.lelglll lell lo . - !!. ee I irntt'iste. m lead' fag C?onegss UyoinsMum and Tennii i't awgus n iVeei i,mii Btreet I4lt4ltll si ikmii. or ll.lt SI Milt li AltTs V 7'ith Hi Tru'iilnc for h nil nt.ik.-rs llr,-. making. deslBnlng milll- neri cooking aooouBts Tel u'ltiii gchuy M4lll ION ivsllll II'. I nil I. Iltia Both si a Hlverslile Drive Tel gHHtl e . C'ollegs -rt ill-...,- Itomsstlr Hclence Hey ilsr A gpectai Courses, Usrge (ly mass nt III. I IM tit St IKMII KtlK t.lKl.TT West Rnd ve A ostn t Tel tils River Kindergarten, Klementary High acbool n,i i -..liege Prep. Boys BsNtiantery Kepi lilt. BROWN si IKMII ol li tiiiiivi . W el 7.,th sr.sM ChWrsMIB : Mh si Tel, Cat ssit Two year In one Absolutely in.Hi (dual MM I HSIItK H IKMII . S7'l W s,t End Aye . eor 03tj St h in.l.i-BHrten, Klemetilsry. llu Bchuo an 1 nlegs rreparaUoH T.-l MQ Klvsr I HIS HI HI t I., HI 41'1't 4IIS II4II y A m mil MA Itis lis mm im lilt St IKMII.. I IIMKI.I 4 Vl ( i Mi ll! III II V . SI A. . 1 f nf ham ing. NEW HIMk CITY, Nen- 1'ork. Ihe "!X( OPTIONAL SCHOOL" Mr. G. Hfpburn Wilion. M. B.. Aryr-tmn AuthO't'U nn rti Tianrltut I It III tt . M MiUK I h.irlf tl H t ..r. titih sf i- 1 fl" phitnr ir tut ru'i At! tl-c Sfsnn'f Ntyt D.inrne, iir Hilt mn dort noi mtrt'ly 'fit II MtT I ' lf P'l ip- Danripg Ah I . , rtdtVi duality IHIII- Mint Itf, ,,,. eml ..t rJu Itnn, oUr I . nn-1' .., , iUuitrtUfm htMtklei m ratal t rite" fr InfnrinttlliMi I pm hrrk1 Xnrmul rUM, -L0UISH.CHALIF- , lessen. iN istpertg, ttnr stcaoal, Feraonslly tesrhet interpreliee, esthetic racial. Iiellroom dsnrins Arailr.n pri vate rltieet V rourirt for tearheri 1 aleloe, 7 Weil 42d St , N. V. George W. Wallace CUSSES FOR DANCING Undent. Assthstls gnd C,bss6 Pm.es Hretton II .ill Hnle Itth Nl Brosdetsy risse snd prlvstt tuition nstsTegue mslleil Tilt; M.V4 I'ORB sim ii.TV TBACHBRB n st ANUAIIUIZBO DANCINU, PIRtCTORY OF w INI NEW YORK'S LEADING VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL INSTRUCTORS ." ROBERT V. singing. I.. in If , ,.'111 BT. mme BUCKHOUT !:iTr7KJWZt ' 4 i ftAMniinrF ' si.i.iin Broadway SbBraedwar rraaanai a. nsar Wall St. AND ACADEMIES ton no AMU .him. MBY new voitK. New reft City. WIHElPfinl SUCCEED If Vri nnr , "-'li'ir ti tr.iy Villi Tll'iwl a lltt I., rt tralntnn tin" I WO f f 1itUT Wt' 111 IrTtlt-p voir .',, loniollltn. Mmlnt I'lrturtw Ms.tHnr Oti" Siri.tmr i,. In . Boik II k g 1 1 n , 11 I 111' llali I 1 nuaixfu. etr. Booklet on hr r e fwFRT AIIIK v. . C v Willi ."7lh Ht Tel Pol fiWi ACCOUNTANCY tilementari snd tdiatu eil Rookkeeplns isuchi i Practising Certltled Publi i i-onnlants ho are train.-.l iin.1 i it rti . I uMteucton, C. t A Civil, HPlllllMl AND RBQBNTa' KX M IN TlnS .U'NKIH Al I'OI N'T i Nl r.lenlt-J .-lasisi m.n fornlini: IIMITK.iliN Broadway Tel itor.n . Mechsnical. Civtl. Architectural Bnelneenrii New York Lngineerinir Collt re t t West lKih Ask tree catalogue STAMIOKIl. ..nn.s tu-ut. BETTS TUTORING SCHOOL NTAMPORD, I T Three years' ..rk can he done -Those of malurer veer Brill tin h Mhoal laey usnt Mn i t with taffeeence sad re.,,, guti t. FOR i.iki s and TOVNO WOMBX NEW TOM I 111. New tork GARDNEK SCHOOL Btl I It I II At BN'I B liar snd boarding icbooi lei glrle .- its year), bglns Uet. i.tb MILVOstOi ..line. II, nl. Academy ol llur liily al Hern, ! . , Hail. Preparatory, i omtn. rcl , , tluslr and Art. Addreei HlaTI - MERCY, Mi toed, fnnn BOTH sKNP.s NEW VtlMH. Nen ark I It. IHF. SAVACI SCHOOL PHYSICAL EDUCATH Cbnrtrrt.1 tmeVr fa 1 mrrsltfj nf ihr Sin N tnrnierly the N. . Normal bt Plusii si i ducatlen BEGAN ITS 2i,t YEAR Si PL . 2)!t III, I. speriai t las tnr Uet ec til i I'ltlt ITE s diii M West i '.it. si . -. Vr. Watson L. Savaao. M.kN.kss 4. tnguiia. Kaatern r.ilieg a ii I .'.m.rt, ..' Ooin Set . Ball . opsin gepl : " ,- 1 Ad.ireM prealdeni Hoop, M .i ... Bt SINtlsS s IKMII s V V Hay A h All R II ail II. en HhlM i lUv 4 Mght St-sUnw tlnt Imln i ill liis.it . i. nn 1UR SCHOOL 1-i'ifHBion a v I- PRATT IM tiitin ti: tit.i i 1ml ix itlii.i hittt . v i mils; , .n irl !n i I ma- Mcnolypy. AxSC'reiAl itotp I i walworth" : hpiMg,Srr rtttar it' uf .' 'i H Private Schools THK. SI N Itiflii most eflieienl Kd w Bureau. This com pig te v kbaotutgly frcg of fha you. Aeeurnta and unbi i informatlori civm i Inaiiirgri. This' spfviop will pro' i valuablg aiiiitant'i' i letting the propev . I fin' pl.trinp; your boy m In writing give ittrfli ii I details 10 thai intelligent sjvice can lip given SCHOOL -C0LLEG1 and CAMP BUREA! 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