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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1906, New York, New York THE Fair and continued to-day and light to fresh VOL. Then Along Came a Tramp to Pick Up A BLUE WATER RESCUE YARN Which the Carpathia's Officers that Paul Seidier Won't Get Lost BEEF SCANDAL DIDN'T The Cunarder in froni Mediterranean brought to port a story of a rescue at sea they is without parallel in the history of ocean and everybody who heard it with Here is the as the purser told The Carpathia sailed from New York for Flume last Aug. 1. A few hours before sailing time a neatly dressed young the Cunard He that he wanted a job man appeared at told the on the and asked how to go getting it. Go and see Mr. the Ho hires fellows like you when they the gateman told The man I speak and garian he told the and as I knew that this vessel carries great numbers Of people of the last two I thought I might get a chance to work my way home as an namo is Paul Seidier aind my is In A year ago I left there a wife and two little Thres weeks ago I heard that they were in and that my wife had had .to little want to go back and set things but if you don't give me a Job so that ij can -I don't see how jl can possibly get i Mr. Hodgson liked the young man's looks and hired Two hours later the Carpathia sailed for the and the happiest man on waa young Ke went about his work with a cheerfulness that the stewards con- themselves that Purser son bad been able to pick up so talented and accommodating an But when the Carpathia was a little two days out of Gibraltar Seidier be- gan to grow He seemed to have remembered suddenly the troubles at and how bad they it impossible to consols He came and and by nightfall of Aug. 9 was about the most being the folks on board had ever About o'clock that night one of the sailors saw Seidier walk to the rail on the starboard of the quarter look into the a and then jump The sailor threw a life buoy after the Then he Man and in less than a minuto the great engines of the liner had ceased singing and a lifeboat manned by its crew was half way to the Through a rift in the clouds the moon was shining and by its light the men in the boat could see the struggling lorm of the Interpreter in the water about twenty-five yards away the They shouted encouragement to don't want to Let me Please don't try to save came back Hungarian's But ah the same the sailors urged the boat They were about a dozen yards of him and the sailor in the bow of the out to drug the interpreter ia when a cloud obscured the In the darkness Seidier and when half an later the moon shone through a riEt In the cloud he was nowhere in Unwilling to up tho search the lifeboat cruised about for an but Then the returned and the vessel resumed her on the afternoon of the next day tho Carpathia arrived at Gibraltar and the reported to the port ties that on the day before one of tho ship's company had committed suicide by jumping into the About tho same time the British tramp steamship on her to passed She did not stop nor did she com- with the marine observer night the Carpathia sailed for Early tho next day she over- hauled the As she came abreast of the tramp the officer on the bridge saw that the Benshaw was flying the In- Code signal meaning I to Vrhat is it you to swered the Again the signal flags went They We have your interpreter on was the astonished reply of the but there was no To mako everybody was dreaming Capt. Pentecost ordered a boat and sent one of his officers to the Benshaw to verify the startling in- The first man the officer saw on the was He wag sitting in a chair on and beyond having rather a sheepish appeared to bo in as good health as when he left New ten days The officers of the said they just picked him this the Captain one lookout heard a that sounded as if it came up from the bottom of the Save The officer looked into the and sure enough there a He was gling to keep above was nearly all in. I ordered a boat overboard and five minutes had this follow on He was nearly but we brought him Then he told us who he and that it have been about eight hours before he had decided to commit and jumped Into the sea from the Domestic Trade of Packers Increased Enormously After Sept. The beef dal revelations made this year failed to Interrupt the output of the Chicago In their domestic business in. seven months of this ing the greater part of which time tho country was agitated by the exposures conditions in actually in- This showing is made in the report of the Department of Commerce and Labor of trade arid for the seven months of 1006 from Jan. 1. Shipments of packing products Chicago July amounted o in contrast with In 1905, and in 1904. During the first seven months of the present year similar shipments nearly 000 In excess of corresponding movements n 1905, and over greater than n 1904. The three largest items were pounds of dressed 168 pounds of cured and pounds of Special io Tht New York Sept. President of the National Packing Com- said that the increased domestic trade for July was due largely to the big cotton crop in the South has had an enormous crop of and the country is full of money and he There has been of a demand for a demand other hog Tho South has given us so much trade There has been no yellow fever the factories are and the people are living off the fat of the In a general conditions are more prosperous than ever The lation is there is more money per more money in the savings more the same at better It would be strange Indeed if the meat even with the set it received a few months did not reflect this general J. Ogden Armour The domestic trade has remained reasonably firm in spite of the attacks the What trade we lost is gradually com- ing The exports are still pretty but hope to regain lost Tho moral effect of the new Inspection service Ss our trade for I am said Louis F. that the domestic trade had stood up so Exports dwindled down to such degree that I been giving that situation my entire Mrs. J. D. Green of with Charles i Sept. Hughes and Mrs. Joseph D. both of N. were drowned lafit night while the Lehigh Hughes came here three ago as foreman of driver gang employed by the Valley Transit Company in the construction of a coal day Mrs. and with Hughes went to a In the evening they went and two hours later their boat was found floating bottom The bodies were re- Special to The New York N. Sept. J. D. drowned in was the wife a aon of the late Lewis M. an who accumulated a fortune of several millions of dollars in the manufacture of patent Joseph D. inherited n life interest In his father's He was married several years The union was opposed by members of the Green and it is said that his ried was not The couple had no Their home in Broad Street was one of the handsomest in the When Mrs. Green Woodbury she told her she wa going to New York to visit Hughes lived with his wife and two adult daughters in Edith Seidier talked He said that after he had successfully eluded the lifeboat he had decided it be better to after although he knew the chances were strong against he decided to make the The was although the hardest kind of. work to keep especially after he had been in the water six he did manage it till along came the and he yelled for At Naples left the Ho is to have gone on to Fiume from that Whether he got there or not the Carpathia's not but they firmly believe that a man with luck won't got INDEX TO 7. Arrivals of Out-of-Town 8. Financial 11, 12, and 13. Marine Intelligence Page S. 7. Weather 7. Yesterday's 2. 1C. Den 7. 3-iooms and 10. ancl Situations Hotels ami 0. p. Lost 10. 7. Burnmer 9. 9. BARS WITH Jersey City Men Held Even Then for Selling Soft Give In. Jersey City saloon keepers carried ou only a part of the programme they had announced for Some of them opened saloons for the sale of sof but they did not make any pro The promptly rested Bernard Foley of Grove and Sec ond and Hugh Meehan of and Washington saloon were but the bar in each was draped with black In front of it from the bartenders were dispens soda and othe Both mei were held for violating the Sunday laws Meehan at once closed his bu Foley went back and resumed Ho was and then was held t answer a charge of keeping a disorderly Several other saloons were open under similar but when the heard of the arrest Foley Meehan they closed their and when the police reached them there was no one to Attack ter Then Slay VICTIMS NUMBER HUNDREDS NEW SEPTEMBER 10, CARNEGIE HARTJE Was His It Is Defended Her in Divorce Special to The York Sept. Carnegie is said to have furnished the cash which was so lavishly spent in the defense of- Mrs. Mary Scott her husband's suit for It Is said that Mr. first became interested by of the arrest the negro in Hooe ia to tried next Thursday for It was the publication of part In the case which and he wrote to his friend Thomas M. to ask John Scott that he might be permitted to contribute toward the de- fense of American Thomas A. grandfather of the was President of the sylvania much to aid Andrew He gave hint his first job on the Pennsylvania and made him Superintendent John Thomas Scott's and Carnegie always been John Scott interested himself in one of Carnegie's old He asked Thomas M. who was at one time Mr. Carnegie's and a frequent visitor to to write to Carnegie in behalf of the so as to ob- tain for him a reply to letter Mr. Carnegie not only pensioned the man Scott pleaded but also requested the privilege of contributing toward the defense PAGES In Greater New Jersey and Blue In Revolt In casia Becoming More Serious Than Russian Sept. A massacre of police soldiers began at o'clock last Immediately after- vard the troops attacked the All to-day the soldiers have attacked Christians and Jews ing and them without Hundreds of persons een killed or Three streets lave been It is reported that drunken reservists tarted the Troops have surrounded the city and re- use access to it. Sept. Terrorists last evening shot and killed two soldiers a alcohol store at A detachment pf infantry rushed up and fired a volley the killing two persons and wounding This morning the terrorists retaliated by beginning a massacre of policemen and soldiers patrolling the and at noon he infuriated troops attacked the quarter of destroying the houses and It is reported that over 100 persons were killed or and that the town is n A regiment of infantry has been sent from Delia to restore The Jews hero are Alarming reports are being circulated in the ST. Sept. A dis- latch from Tiflis says that the movement In Transcaucasia Is suddenly gathering great The military and authorities are t and are absolutely being dominated by revolutionists and and the Viceroy has asked to be The sentence of death imposed Zenaide the girl who Gen. MIn on Aug. 26 at and who was condemned yesterday by a court-martial to be will be ried out to-morrow In the course of an interview at Moscow to-day Alexander the Octobrist expressed his approval of the eral tone of the Ministerial adding that courts-martial were a cruel necessity when a State of civil war existed In at least some parts of the ushkoff the conditions GIRL'S RECORD Fitzgerald Crosses the Hudson in record for swimming the Hudson Rivor was reduced by a half minutes yesterday afternoon by Alice Fitzgerald of Nicholas those at San Francisco the recent earthquake when looters were killed without the formality of a He said the here was oh a similar having ceased to be and became mere must said M. that I have the greatest confidence in Premier There never was such a capable and talented man In power in Russia I believe in the honesty of his In- and hope hk will be able execute his in spite of the op- position close to the The swim began at on the Jersey shore opposite and on the New York shore about 150 yards south of the river at that point is and three-quarters and Miss ald swam in fifty-seven minutes a She was accompanied by several members of the Manhattan Boat 152d Street and Hudson In a launch and The feat was at P. when the was The previous record was made a month by Miss Ruth of Washington who swam the distance in one and thirteen Miss the new record 18 years old and about 5- feet 10 in Woman Who Stirred Country Over Garfield's Assassin in New to The York Frances M. the aged woman who has evoked considerable criticism plans to regenerate the ghetto by the establishment of a tenement was Identified to-day as the sister of Charles J. the assassin of She was Mrs. George Scoville before she married At the time of the trial of her brother Mrs. Scoville was extremely in his She stirred up the country with newspaper an d p a m p h le 1; attacks on the prosecutors of ly crowned her efforts In the publication of a in which she sought to prove that Guiteau was riot the Afterward she waa tried for her sanity at the instance of her first George who been the ney defending She afterward a divorce from Mrs. Norton's plan for a model which is to be a block has the enthusiastic indorsement of Commissioner and of wealthy SENATOR Exchange National Bank of Spokane Wants Payment on New York Sept. ure to pay of at the of his election to the United States Senate from ia alleged in a Buit filed against W. B. by the Exchange National Bank In the Court A promissory note dated Jan. 17, 1008 it is that If paid the maker wiil pay for attorney fees in addition to the costs of is forth in the it Is stated that but has been paid on the and that the Senator has failed and refused to pay any Heyburn tending the irrigation at An attempt was made view him at that place last night on the subject of decline to make a statement concern Ingr he is simply law are always two aides to but I present my side in Senator Heyburn was elected to hi present position Jan. 18, 1903, four days prior to the issuance of the after a contested many All of Help Needed for Gould Special to The Now York Sept. In the Wabash ticket to-day a large siga in the office window which men for railroad are needed on the Western Pacific which is being built between Lake City and San by Mr. Kelly Labor is scarce in West We need in all sorts of It Is that number can owing to the amount of ness being clone in this B. A. General Manager of Wabash centring in We are short of laborers on our junction work arid need many railroad find track but we do not need 5.000. Tho Western now will ably put all the men to work It can f Governor Summons to De- feat Them in Fight for SILENT ON RENOMINATION The He Unable to Have Turned in Anger on Him and Special to Tht New-York Sept. broke silence to-night by giving out a brief but pointed statement in this State whom he does mention by and warne the of State danger of a the bid system of bosg con- Ho arrays President oil his side in the present factional statement givers no intimation of the Governor's attitude on the subject of a but there is an of honest if will carry the State by plurality frothy of superior virtue and insincere promises of The In full follows i. is a critical period in the of the Republican Party in 'the A struggle ior the control of the party and tho party is on between the turn angrily upon the President and the Whom they have been unable i to iise for their selfish and the who believe that to win success the must the am a firm believer in party ization and party but I have no faith in the boss to the people's representatives by their personal allegiance to Such a one serves his only when he can compel his party nerve Winter the Governor and the Legislature administered affairs without the assistance of general welfare was riot subordinated to the welfare of party Legislation wars not a system of personal rewards and result waa but it caused a slump in the STOKES ILL Taken from a Train to His Apartments Wai Special to The York 9.-Oov. Stokes became severely 111 white a train from He was taken to his apartments and Norton was responded to but his physician has ordered the patient to give up all work for- a few days at Overwork is the cause of his The Governor gets down to House at 7 o'clock in the at his bank fet 0, at the State again at 11, the bank at 1, the State 4, often he works until 1 or o'clock in T Yorkers Reach San Francisco in a Over 24 Sept. 9.-JR. D. tle and C. D. who with three chauffeurs York 16 in an seeking reduce the transcontinental tourist car record of 33- arrived here AND MONKEY SHOW The Rev. Dr. MacArthur Thinks the Exhibition COLORED MINISTERS TO ACT The trip occupied 24 8 45 all thus the record by nearly nine ANGLER Makes a Startling Catch Planing a that he had off 60, North yesterday Samuel Youner of Bedford Street pulled line that hud of his tay 45 of 70'J wich who was a cook on tugboat was reported to police of the Charles Street bn His f did that he had The Has an a Companion Now and Their Antics Delight the Bronx thousand persons took the Sub- the and the surface cars to the New-York Zoological in the and there watched Ota who has been put management on exhibition there in the monkey The Bushman didn't to mind and the sight plainly pleased the expressed ble objection to the sight of a human being In a cago monkeys as and there could be no doubt that to the the Joint the most interesting sight in a storm tion was what managers of the Zoological Park were permitting reached the Rev. MacArthur of Calvary Baptist Church last and his tion communicating with the clergymen In city and starting an agitation to have the show person responsible for this tion degrades himself as much as hV does the said Dr. beast of this he put In school for development of- such powers as God gave to It Is too bad that there not some society that for the Pre- vention of- Cruelty to We send When drew In line saw j Pur missionaries Africa to Christianize the face of his friend he almost Coroner Acritelli made and as there suspicious about the gave permission to bury the Johnson had no in this and will be value of upon the ability to deliver the 11 The danger now is that there be a return to the old ays The lican Party has an abundance of honest any one of if carry the State this Fall by upward of frothy of superior virtue and insincere of provided he before pie as a of and principle by any Some politicians tlie reason for the Governor's silence on own candidacy is Governor be- the public as as the bosses Is taking his candidacy for Others that he ia leaving a by through which to escape should Chairman Odell mako good statement that obtain a sufficient of to insure There IB circulated arnonE here that made the statement that Chairman Admitted that Gov. had a majority of the delegates to Stato h no one will say the the be- obtains that is John O'Brien of WALDORF AGENT Mr. Von Stricken In a Bathhouse at Manhattan A. E. von the ing agent of the seized with convulsions while ing In a bathhouse at tha Oriental Manhattan after a He was the Reception where he died last He had kidney Mr. George the manager of the standin the and several other employes In the went to the beach early in the Mr. von left the hotel apparently in ect He enjoyed the bath ana then went Into his house to His friends him there un- Mr. von had been In the employ of the for twelve ever since he came to this country from He worked hie way from a clerk purchasing had a cousin in the German Embassy He also had and sister in Ho was FOR Charles Henchall to Get and Austrian T. who brought the French race horse to this five years and ly the French mare intends ing for Europe in and ing on and trian It. is quite that Mr. Henshall may buy few racers for Roy as the latter received considerable advice from Mr. Henshall in the selection of. racing According Mr. a French or English horse with speed and stamina will show an improvement of 25 per cent. brought here and according to American man can sperid said Mr. get together a stable that ho could not purchase in this country for ALARM FOR HENRY Rich Escapes from Doc tors Aid At the of. a whoa name the police did not thi alarm was sent yesterday to every police station In New Lmok for Henry Wampole of 60 years 5 foet 7 Inches weighed 100 had a light gray hair and was When eecn he was wearing A gray suit and Ife was slightly The physician went to Police quarters 8 o'clock yesterday and told Roundsman who was In charge of the Information a wealthy patient of his had escaped him about -io on Saturday It was learned later that the patient had the doctor at the at and The clerk there said that three who registered aa M. Dr. and Dr. W. E. of went there Dr. told the clerk that was a wealthy At 9 o'clock on Saturday night ordered a luncheon in his Later the two others left the asking Griffin to keep an eye on Dr. who went lasti had been gone only a few when the street door and got SHORTAGE IN Producers aa Do Ore Producers iii Special to The New Sept. producers of the Pittsburg district are short of The shortage extends to and the ore ments from the lakes to the have decreased In volume a in the output in pig iron has just at a time when pig iron is needed The bituminous coal shippers the lakes only getting 40 per of the cars Railroad officials tell the and coke shippers that it is the traffic that taking all the They point to the fact that shortage is mostly in box cars and in flat cars and It is a fact that there are naore gondolas to be had than box This Is the season of the year when the furnaces try to get all their ores down from the head of the When cold weather sets In the ore is not easily Oars laden with ore Winter one the BULLETS HALT Georgian Who Tried to Steal ing Bride Fatally Special to New Sept. ing in a buggy In Clara prisoner Charles Johnson was overtaken to-day relatives of the girl and fatally The tragedy was result of an atr tempt by to force Miss Meeks marry She Is daughter prominent refused marry Johnson more than she was from bhurch to-day son seized forced into and for The girl's and other relatives learned of the abduction and son was overtaken in a jd opened fire on his afraid Jest they kill Miss She threw herself screamed for the to A volley three striking Johnson and inflicting fatal Johnson fell the crouching Men the texts of the TWO Special to The New York N. dispute followers of W. R. Hearst opposed to his candidacy as to Just how the gates at the County are to to hirn in his the nomination for The men that the are explicitly The others and point to the in the of the resolution was killed in the that was The was read as to are hereby to tor R. Hearst for so he ft. candidate the The resolution adopted this gates to they are hereby and and endeavor to about by the Stato Convention of for He Fished for Three Weeke for Two Before York Special to The 9ept; do h son George J. has spent part of the Summer at Furlough Delaware one of first trips he two mous in for three weeks persistently for With greatest C. K. of Chicago Gas and Coke Special The York Clarence President of thp People's Gns I Ight and Coke cide torday at his Sills by cutting throat with three weeks ago suffered from and in last few days he had been under special of Ills physic morning he entered ihe and a later hte who to keep watch heard When the valet bathroom door he found Mr. wooster lying oh the tibor Mr. Wooster a of Connir where he born about fifty the then we one to brutalize V Our Christian missionary matter at I Gilbert of the Mount Olivet Baptist Church and other of colored that wo may work together In this They have active Colored Ministers Will Dr. Gilbert said he had already decided that the exhibition was an outrage and that he and other would join with Dr. In seeing to it that Bushman was released from the key cage and put Any suspicion that the exhibition was the result of error was contradicted by Benga the cage to the crescent-shaped construction in and on the was posted years ago is Treasurer of tile Essex Savings HELD AS PAUL Man Who Caused Elevated Road Dis- aster May Be man giving name James Macauley arrested to-day on of being Paul who in New Tork for waa a motorman on an elevated rail road On 5, 1905, he ran Into an open Ing the train to the many police are not con- that the man they have but will hoid him until information is from New Agitators Urging Them to Drive the British from the The cor- at Simla of The Daily Mail re- ports recently which a Bengali mob was openly incited to violence against the the oil the races of drive them out of the The dispatch adds that an Important declares that the Hindus ahn to India free of British PRETENDS TO COPY Ij Police Are Asked to Catch Bloodless to Tht New York N. police Tho African 28. 4 feet 11 1O3 Brought from ilie Kasai Congo Free tral Dr. Samuel P: each afternoon To the of the an named has been widely as showing almost human was put In the cage with the and with them the parrot Dr. Verner brought from Africa with The and frolicked most of the The frequently locked in each 8 and crowd waa There waa always a crowd before the most of time roaring with and from almost of the garden could bo is the answer the Perhaps as a concession to the that ft was a pair of shoes had been given to the Bushman to He He seemed like the shoes voty Over and again the laughed him as admiration of them on his stool In the monkey But jie didn't mind He has to the have been asked by Mrs. Shuts of 80 North Broad street to look for a Cuban who has been In this city as a of Dr. called at Mrs. house to aee her little who has been afflicted fingers since and got from the the promise or He then bent fingers left supposed now io be and promised come He not Other complaints reaching the Called for a Settled Is and Had His Father f Special to The New York ISTv J. of with his left-foot crushed his rode yesterday in ar train out -a called a priest the last rites the Church and calmly gave directions for his body his father .In He died t hours afterward in the Mercer Hospital In Travis was coupling cnrs at when his train backed on him He was and special rushed him to Travis was told at the hospital that he could not He those around him to pack the things in: his boarding house giving the most minute T r 1 T dally for big last tiona as to his property inventory day of fishing season has discovered that they laugh at he If he why does not show it. Properties Ready The exhibition of man and monkey was scheduled by the park management the before that there were Inquiries i the but according to the sign put up the Is to .be a Some before 2 o'clock little was allowed to go into the where ready the for his such as his bow and his new target made of malleable clay in a and his net had been let out and then r The crowd before the cage yesterday fluctuated iii size from hour to but there was hardly a time when there were not from 300 to persons The throng greatest in later The performance of mart and monkey Is easy to Certainly a patient Many times him by swung as though he were a and than Then man and key On other occasions Benga pushed the monkey bref ore In this attitude the pigmy was much and one had a good opportunity sturdy their points of Their heads are much and both in the same way when Sometimes the man the monkey That pleased tha at a lake port are often frozen solid by time Pittsburg Is and the ore has to be blasted out or the cars emptied with pick and A famine in pig is threatened as a result of coke ore 1. AND One of the trout waa 23% inches long and weighed four pounds and four and the other 21 inches long and weighed four pounds They the largest trout ever taken from the Gould After the Scotch that made of and then waited for TO ATLANTA September Pennsylvania ciar Only round trip ill expenses Consult C. P. 203 or ard they laughed Next they did Individual tricks the key swung on the pigmy shot his Occasionally the pigmy mimicked the laughter of the In one in- stance a boy the little Soda for a- Ruffled Froni time to time It looked as though the little was growing out of Then keeper led him tho The a fion tie has learned that money buy handis were often between the to the peanuts and to give the By he had a Many those in the crowd watched s antics
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