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THE" StJlsf AND NEW YORK HEIt Alfo, SATURDAY,, SEPTEMBER 3,1, 1020, '
TWO WOMEN DYING AFTER CAR HITS BUS Forty HltfhffiOoi'H Ifui'Iod Front Ron I In llroolilyu CoIIInIoii, MOTOIIMAN 1)ISA11BA1W Police Kwi'VCH Culled TIiqiisiiihIh 0 HjioctnlorH Outlier, as Two women wer prolmlily fiilnlly Injured wl more, than n n"nro nf men, women ami tlillilren wcro hurt ytdter ilny arternrion wlien ' r'. mrfni'fl car crMlil ln(o n eltileeln lm cur rying forly ron nt rum nvniim mm fllxty-tlirtitli ctreel, llrnnUlyn. Ilefora tho flrit erle of Ih Injured liml ceimeil tint motornwn "f i trolley, t,..ntiu cinninvni n n Mr WNirenKfr. huil vunlelied, A KvneriU nlwrin Urm liren pnt nut for tli riwn, wnon nm I. T.nl, U'nllnfii nf I'll llllllc I) 1 1(1. (UK I Ilia police of rlvn borough nro looHln for i in. iimio idiuiiny mr um w,- Hilnn h not yet ln fixed, Hio ilirhtaeelnK tnid, II pnener III' cludlnir number from out of town .., i.nuiiinv uKi(Knril it I on or HlM' Hfhlli treet from foiiey ImIhikI, wlllj ltrry Amlwe, 32 W", uf Jflrl direct, fiinlmttnn, nt tlio wheel, Hi rifili iivemin cr wan In Plinrn of Wnllaoo nnd 'flionm (Unit i of 131 'i Tlilrtyelxlli ttreet. The Imn tinpid r. ........ iii frnnt of Hie t rainy, 'J lie bumper of the Mreet car lilt Hie rear end of tilt nui wim cr. Tim )ievy nlKlilneelns Mr reeled mid furoened on two wheel, whllu loiil lilf llin piuwiMr wero liurled violently to tlio utreet. Tlio fop of the. Iilif midline hit a telritrripli Pol JuM 11 It memcd to topple-pvcr nllocellier, mid It dropped hard on to It wheel, AirtliuMrtrr from the nenrliy Nor wenlun IloKplliil iiml from Iho Mint Pounty mid Melhoillut KpWopiil lio. pltnl wer minimnnMl, Tlio Injured wero hild out iiinporuilly In u vacant lot on thn rnrnor where tho tolllalori hud oc curred, while police riwrveH from Iho Tort Hamilton mid Fourth avenue pollen ulntloim Kept buck a cm loud crowd tlmt mounted rapidly Into the tlinuwndd, Captain Edwurd Onllnfthor of Iho Fort Hmnlllon elation Imndlcd tho police, Of tlioirtoieit or moro conveyed to tho NorreKhtji HohpIIhI two women wero niortt lerloiidly Injured, llolh lmd frac tured dldllld, received when they were dndlied to (ho ground, I.lttlo hopo was held out for Ihclr recovery. They wero Ida Hmllh, 50 year old, nf 022 Main itlreet, I'aidiilc, .V. J., and Mr, flodo Cooper of 7 Hoherff place, Coney IkIiuuI. Vnother erlonly Injured wan Morrl I'lUhmiin, 3t, of 100 Wrt Klfty-doventh Mwt. No ono on tho trolley car wa hurt, but every ono of the foily on tho dlRlitdeiilnK car wn at least Imdly dliaten up, Twenty-threo In all wero talcen to hodpltald to ho treated for cute, bruldc and dlioeli. Hotli Ambod, tho chauffeur, and Smith, conductor of tho trolley car, wero taken to the Fort Hamilton police Matlon, where they atayed to await tho arrival of Ileuben Wlleon, Afltnnt Dlwlrlct At. torney, who wun placed In charge of the InvfdtlRiitlon, Shortly ufter midnight luit night John TVtoraon, 39, of 137 Vt Twenty-ninth Htrcet, Manhattan, a II, It. T, guard, wag etrucU by a train while walklnc on the elevated ntructuro of the Myijto nvenue lino near Metropolitan avenue. Ono wheH of the train padaed over I'otorson'd rlglit lee beforo the motor man, Larry Ahern, could halt IU Tho leg waa cut off. TOtT V HE a par with KNOX in price, presents an opportunity to purchase a product of long established.merif safe guarded by a positive warrant of service. Real econ omy lies in securing the traditional KNOX quality. KNOX SOFT HATS XnD DERBIES TEN DOLLARS AND UPWARD The Malven, pictured here, may be had in SeaK Brown, Oxford or Smoke. Ten and Twelve Dollars. KNOX CRAVATS KNOX until 6 W0K 452 FIFTH AVENUE AT 40TH STREET GOV. SMITH TO TRY FOR PEACE ON B. R. T. CoNflminf ram Virtt rap, lo ihat of Thursday. On elevated find mihwuy linen 117 train nf 191 cam were iprntd during the morning and eve ning nidli hour Thin l an increaae of lvn Iralnn nf thirty-nine cr over Tiiuiiiy'K nguiee, 'riiim wan little or no v lo enoa yea- terday, Inn th t'ondequnce of prevlniid dldorder foil heavily on the liad of pome dtrllieri, Nine II, It, T, dirlkern wire ni o ed for murder In the f rat degree, nunUlmhlo hy death In the efeu- trio ciimr, rnr miegen parncipaiiori in thn dlonlng of a flea Ileach train on the n L- it of AimuBt 1 1, Ferd nam Fr ed ninn, a l7-yearoi tviddenger on the train, wna Killed hy flying mlddllea, and John W. Fairbanks, mntorinin. wan dirucli'nn the head mid hi f Hull waa frnriuren, Two conn h are mm e in the nd ct mmt. nun of murder, and tho oilier imnii a dtalutn the invlfin o. whlnh are aiirh that It Id unneeeddary to prove that tho ilrlkcru Inleinluil to hill the hoy when iney airmen uio irain, Tina count iTflda fnllowa; "Th (irand Jury or ne coun y of Kincd ny tnu innirimnut avnuia tint no- fendanta of thn crime of murder In the lint degree, committed an follow! l) fendmitN on Auguet 31, 11)20, while In I he county nf Kingi, while wilfully urn. JcclliiK a dlonn unit mlddlln nl u rail way train nnd cav mnvlni: upon a rail way, hilled Ferdinand Frlfdnmn," night or tlio nine ninii inuicteit nrc already under arreit, Theeo nro Jamed Del IMnlnl, 2." yeare old, 1202 Hlxllctll Mreet I HIUlo OrMno, 2S, 1203 HlxtlelTi dtreeti FriniK .Mnrwinn, 23, 1203 Hlx tlelh direct i Mlrluicl flolucchln, 2,1, 330 Hlxty-fourth Htreeti I'aul Anlonel I, 27, 23 Hay Fnurteeirtli xtrvi'ti Hlinnu Cohen, 32, 2J3 Wedl Tiventy-decond direct i Michael Frcemmi, 17, 32.1 I'ar.'c Place, and Anmllo Hprncco, ace und ad dretd not avHllahle In court, Co lien and Freeman woried ne coruiuctore, tlio other men being guard on the II, It. T. fydlom, Tim ninth man lias not been nrredled and hid nanm la withheld hy the authori ty, Thn men entered pleaa of not guiitv throimh their allorney. J, M, I'cydor, fter the court had refiiHcil tlio lawyer rwiueet for an adjournment of u wenk before entering a plen, Hldtrlct Attor ney Levi d'lld ho wouhj et thn day of 1. Altmatt Sc do. The Store will be closed .today (Satmrday) at 11 2 Noon 3411; attb 35tli 8trttty r t man who wants to wear a can do so at greater advantage today than ever before. The advance of nearly all hats up to a point where they are practically on KNOX jtortt are open from &30 in the mommjj ' o'clock in the etvnin& Saturday induded. HAT MB4HY In co r to r at ii trial en oon n Iii learned what conn the defence Intend to take, Veanwhlln (he eight itrlker are held without halls Tho rjominiinldt niirtv' nrnlected ItdolC Into the nltuatlon yeilerdey hy ill Irlbullntf handbill In big type urging the nrlker tn turn their party Into a "jKilltlcnl etrlke," "(let ready fur armed rsvelutlnn tn. overthrow the cnpllellit governnmnl nnd crealo a worker government; yw, brnllier did In rtumla." the hill pleailod, ..... M Hill.. 1 1 1 A A Mini, mining mereiy ror in. . lit United H(te and throunn thu vIaIi nnrt ilia iirnlnlurlan (HolatOMhln take poNBCdHlon of h II, It- T. mid of every mill, mine, fanlory, railroad, nld and farm In the United Hlate. The. Com- niunlit party nf America aouniiii m rni for revolnui Ionfor llin nrmed iinrUlug of nil (lie worker," Wothlng happeneii in tlio way or revo lutloii during the day, nllhoiigh Kineat lliiMio, 23, of 11 (larnet Mreet, and Kd ward MiiwiI, 32, of SUA Klghth direct, were held for examination Tueday charged with threatening Mr, Anna Kerry of 421 Twentieth etreet, became ho did not prevent her etrlklwi hiuband from going back tn work, Kluht ynunir men who wero riding In a taxlrab wltli dovrral drlnke on hoard when dhotd were fired Wednedday night near a Culver line train wer linen in each on chante of dldorderly conduot In KlAthiidli court yeitcrday, Tim men pinieatua tnat tney urn not Know m ineir Male of mind there was a Mrlhe mid nothing wn further from their thought)) than dhootlng at a train, Htrllitira whn worn I'nllcd Htatc Army uniform while taking pert It) the dlKturbanco In Troepent l'nrk on Labor Day will be prodeculed, t'niten Miiuc DUtrlct Attorney I.e Itov V, Ilo eald yeiturday, Mr, Itoa murounrml that he had received a letter from Mnjor-dcn, llobert U Iliillird, commander of th'i Dcnarimeiit of thn Kant, dialing that the, men wero clearly violating we iw uy wenilnir tlie tinlfnrnid. Union olllclal refined yeiterday to poimlt United Htate Mamiiai jamc sr. Power to nddrci the dlrlker nt their n In it moot I ii ir In tie Labor J.yreuni, They apparently feared the effect of tho Miimhar word upon their men, who nro getting moro ami more nnxiou dally, I i I i ummmm Hen, lllli'liciick to (llr Aililrrx, An nddred on Iiuiuch of the 1'rcalden tin) campaign will bo 'niado by Hcnntor Ollbcrt M. Hitchcock of Nebradka at a luncheon of the Arkwrlght Club, 320 Ilroadwuy, Tueeday, Tlio club la com liodcd of bualneii men, f $lm atk KNOX Hat GLOVES 161 BROADWAY SINGER BUILDING 1 ira 1 COAL STRIKE DEAD UNION HEADS THINK fondiHed frm rinf Vagt Uf Will liavo a beneflclul effect In the m,lrm,((, Hhmton, Tliey y that, r wro,V, the dee...on nf IVeel- dent Wlliflii Ima removed the peg on which "vacetlnnlwta" have been led to hang their hat, The men have been kept from work becuiie they have been told that by remaining Idle there wn u podiivlllly of forcing n reopening of the caie, Union official met thla nflernnnn and nnnnunroil that the lliiallnn I tlilm "Tho United Mine Worker of Amer ica agreed tn gn tn arbitration. They pledged themelve tn nhldn by the com- mllon' finding, Award weri madif and the union leaden appealed from tlio decldlon, after they had written thn award Into an agreement and Dinned thn contract, The I'reildent Jin acted on thn appeal hy refusing to reconvene the Joint committee, leaving thn miner where they nuiet return tn work or by rennilnlng Idle repudiate their eoleiiin promlar mid written pledge." Miner expect that thn Government will call upon International IVeildent of tue United Mine worker nf America John U Imvl tn take a eland nnd urge nil men into thn m ne. Thn union nf tidal of thl dlitrlct are expecting the meHMKfl any time, nnd expre a belief tnat Mr, icwlu will rnndiner tun Ureal dent' bitter crltlclini nlnieii nt thn entire organlnatlon imlea he can peruade local miner to relurn, It I not likely mt the Indulgent will meet to act on I'redldont Wlleon' re fiidal. They dtated nt their It meetlnij Hint no new motion am nccfnry until Hie oltiintloTi In rlninged, Tlioy point out that wlien they look the "vacation" vote It wa a proKdt ugalnat Iho award mid dlnce tho award remain Hie dame Hiolr podltlon I uiichunRcd, Till I the Inaurgrnt1 point of view. 7 'vjti ukbj ((toLo HARD COAL MINERS' 'VACATION' SPREADS Tying Up Scrantan District in Anudor to Wihon, HmNTOw, npt, 10, Within threa day every anthracite mine workjjr will ho on "vticttllon," nwiordlng to leader of tlio vacation movement, Till action, they ay, will be the miner' unewcr to I'reeldent WIIon' refund tn reopen the award nf the Antliraclto Commldlnn, which failed to eatldfy the worker, ICnoch William, chairninn nf thn Joint grievance committee of dm Delaware, lnckuwanim and Western Uoal Com puny und alio leader of thn Inaurgnnld In the Ncranton illtrlct, ald the reful nf the I'realdent tn reopen the cade will remit In one of Hie lmrdent fought In diidlrhil dtruggle ever waged in Urn country. "Men who have been remaining nt work have been doing o In the bnller that thn I'rcdlilent would reopen the caaa mid make It pnealhle for tho mine worker to get conceedlnn dlmllar tn thorn won by the bltiimlnaii worker,' he huIiI, "Thn line urn now firmly drawn and thn rnlnn worker who con HnueH ut work upon the ifward a handed down liy tho majority member of the commlddlun I not true to lilmevlf, the union or hi family, "There were more men out lo-dny In thn Hcranton district than ever mid 1 expect that the who a Imlualry will be tied up In thn district by to-morrow or Mommy," Offlcei nf the miner' union In Ihlo dlnrlct will not illpmidH Hm l'rcaldent'H acting, , Toucher Muln In Iiinntnliu, Hawi.ik, ICrj',, Hept, 10. Ml JJmmn I'liraoiid, 25 year old, of Uiucaaler, Ky n tenenvr or uoniemin ocienon in hm l'lnn Mountain acltlcmenl ndinnl wclte mile from' Harlan, wn murdered Tues day on n lonely mountain trail near Dillon, Ky, tiio bony wa round nt night, New nf thn tragedy trie" cd through to Harlan to-day, ftwmkjr ottj MI(jtvvbJ wile iwi fowwiti car oti OwryteXtiYi ? He Mim now. He sMty imh) Qojw AmoK a. . n A ti .n pa(aer; mxtm eoAnklnieK1- Um 4tttb, AuUAK qtfb sjjpirt! MINERS IN BRITAIN STILL UNYIELDING Government Also Refutea to Change Ita Stand, v LondoNi Hept, rbLtttle liopn wa held nut In oDIclal circle thla morning that n oolulloii of tho coal crVl would be found In Die near future, Mir llobert Home, preeldent of the Hoard of Trade, had a conference with J'remler I.loyd (Uorgn tld morning, mid It I under dtood tlmt Idoyil fleorgo cxpreaecd en tire approval of (ho manner In which h'lr Hubert ha acted, U I etated that Urn fJovernment doe not Intend to de viate from tho tenn offered uy mr nob ert and that thean atlll remain open to Hm miner, ' Meanwhile from ' Porlamauth, where thn Trade Union Uongrea I In progrew, ooine word that tlio miner are reaolute In their Intention not to alter their de mand, Active preparation are being iimiie by bead or aovernineni ncvri menu to deal with n elrlko ituutior, flhoiild It nrlae, J'oiiTHMOHTir, Knglmid. Hept, 10, Yc- leruiiy coniorcncn hi imiiuoii nuiwrsu Hlr llobert Home, preililcnt of (hn Hoard of Tnidn, and tho inlnern' lender, held In nn effort o end the coal crlil. wu dl. (lidded here lnt night by the miner' delegate to the TriidiH Union 'Cnnirre mid hy a iiiibrommltteo of thu "triple alliance." nf labor. Jame Henry Thorn, a president of I no congress, ntaten tin morning iniu Ilia miner lmd nothing to add to the Miitnnent they mado to the (lovornnioiU j'f ntorclny to thn effect that the (lov (rnnienl offer did not change Hie lt unl Inn or ulTord any hope nf Kcttlmneut, In a epeerh here to-nlaht O. T. Crumv, secretary of Hie National Union of Hall wnymen, declared that the inlnern were fighting the battle of the working classe. Therefore," the speuker said, "wn are nrcnared tit .stand hy them. In what ever way tlie test may come the rail way men will not be found wanting In loyalty to their comrades." CHICAGO COAL MEN VP AS PROFITEERS U, S, Attorney Promises In dictments Within Week, tfjiiffnl lo Tim urn in Nw You Hmin, Oiiipaoo, Hepl, 10, Action In Iho long prOmleoil Federal lnvetlgotlon nf cnal profiteering bepn to-day with the call ing Into thn olden nf DUIrlet Attorney Clmrle V, Clyno the flrat of many wiinleealo dealer, Uolncldently, Mr, Clynn announced that Indictment of at leant n half rtqxcn uf n'trong of limb, y( Dorden'a Milk Icecps tia ' jl i ISv in trim." JB- (1 ' ' 5Wj,"',!ff'a ' Willi an active mind nJ a healthy body you lure the iw0 l,e, asicla to win in the fight for success. BORDEN'S pure, whole some milk is a good health builder at all times safe and de pendable. A quart a day means added strength and vitality, Good milk means good health. Phone for our tolMlor and arran&e for dally dtUttru or call tlie man on the mason, 2891 conveniently located stores ready to serve you, BORDEN'S FARM PRODUCTS COMPANY, Inc. a VEBEV STREET PHONll CQRTLANOT 7801 du&pcm W)dtr (Pro. q)0mxj$a m'qA 'A Rcuttq ou-uwm . . u w; (fid wlioleeele. dealer undec the could be eapeoiffi w (hi i rt , tn'. Tho DldlrK Atnrncy'll,io1,,U , cjuo to ipeclfin ordei rnn ",, torncy-Uenerul I'ahner for f.i. ' . prnaeciitlon of prolltenrlng m .' ;" nd an Iniielry Into Hi.. , which threaten Cilcar;n wh , famine thin winter. ' fl,t While eomo of llin trnubl ,i. i i i . . ' I'll 14 (I,,,. iiiu vii r ni'riHBn anil a Kir tlltllc him.,. aid Mr, riyne,- "there can (T , ," tlnn that prolllcnrlng I n jirogio " a hurio or ale, We have been lnv.iri,Bn,n Ing the l nation now for turen Vf. , and have Informiitlmi on wliicii , ,. go ahead mid nlt lndlcninnin, Crimm"! prosecution nndei' tho l.t-vcc , J '', follow." r 111 This is Prize Rhyme No 46. Any boy or pirl under H years can win $5 for each rhyme we use. s lILfcUUlJ!XStiWtB IIIIIIHIIiriTrrmfrvm