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THE WORLD MONDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 2 1008 I L r
L FINDS HER BLIND
FATHERSUICIDE
9
I Daughter of Bernard Kruger
L Who Ends Long Struggle
Against Eye Trouble by Hang
Ing Himself Discovers Body
1 WOULD NOT LET WIFE
SUPPORT HIM LONGER
Seven Years He Suffered from
I Poor Sight and for Eleven
Years Was Blind and Unable
to Aid Spouse
Unwilling to let his faithful wife sup
z port him any longer Bernard Kruger
a Wind man hanged himself in the kit
chen of his home at No 1M1 Third ave
t nue His body was found when Mrs
l Kruger and tho four small children re
turned from church
For seventeen years Kruger lias been
able to do little but care for his eyes
and for eleven years ho has been al
j most totally blind Tho small fortune
lie had saved before his affliction was
wept away In hospital and doctor fees
and he was penniless
When Mrs Kruger was forced to take
in washing to care for the family the
man chafed for ho was strong and
rugged and willing to work He lent her
nil the osslstanco possible but at best
he could do little That sho should
support herself and tho children was
enough and each day no mourned his
fate
It has long been feared that he would
r end his life but yesterday he seemed
I cheerful and Mrs Kruger consented to
go to churo with the children The eld
i est daughter went Into the kitchen
wen tey returned were she found her
fathers body hazing from a hook
r above the door
Ambulance In Called
Mrs Kruger cut the rbpo with a knlfo
end nn ambulance was called The
physician was too late After his wife
had gone Kruger had groped his way
Into the kitchen and felt along the walls
until ho found tho clothesline Ho put
a noose aroujd his
neck stood
on a
choir and stepped off
I Krtigtr born In Germany was a
f soldier for the Fatherland in the
FrancoPrussian war nnd won the com
mondatlon of hta officers for meritorious
Service In the field The hardships of
the campaign left with him the germ of
b disease which finally destroyed his sight
After his discharge from military
ser
vco Kruor became a stoward In the
employ ol the HamburgAmerican line I
Ho waa aboard tho Pomeranian when
i nm was sunk In the Straits of Dover In
1S1
Opened n lintel
r When he loft the sea ne purchased a
email hotel near Hamburg His business
I
was successful but suddenly there came
the warning of approaching blindness
The business had to be given up and
Kruger entered the Villa Elizabeth a
famous sanitarium in Hamburg While
thero he met Mrs Wlllllam Aslor who
I sympathized with him In his nfllcllon
illy degrees Kruger spent every dollar
he had saved in fruitless endeavors to
be cured
Eleven years ago Krugcr moved with
Ills family to this country He found
I employment nt the best restaurants but
his eyes were BO bad flnaly that the
could no longer work Mrs Astor who
had sympathized with him was dead
Tha support of the family devolved upon
the motner There wore lour children
all too young to work Mrs Kruger
was obliged to tako In washing
A few weeks ago Kruger was removed
from his home to a hospital and oper
l ated on there for appendicitis Ho re
turned about two necks ago
HONEYMOON WAS
t ONLY THE DAYS
I
Suzanne Sheldon Separated in
London by Demands of Her
I
Profession from Henry Ainley
Meets Him Here
Tho wont interested spectator at tho
special iierormanco vtpt Barrlnston
at the itirhsian Thntre last night
T was Henry Ainley leading man for
i Miilj Attain Onlv a fow hours lie
ION ie hl1 met lor the first time in
m ithC hU wife Suwnnc Sheldon Mr 1
nvhiinns leading lJy wxjo was sepa
rated from Aitily ny the demands of
her pr > 11110 when their honeymoon
Wan only three days old
I They were married last spring In St
Georges Chapel Hanover Square Lon
don Just after the ceremony the bride
J1 received cablegram from her managers
V Weber Fields summoning her to New
York Immediately She sailed on the
first ship
Mr Ainley wna engaged In London
and could not come to Now York When
he did get hero ho Joined the company
j of Miss Adams while his wIfe was play
r Ing In Boston In Captain Barrlngton I
Tho Adams company was on tho road
4 until last week and Mr Ainley had no I
opportunity to reach Boston So tho
tiewly jjodded pair were kept apart un
v til Mr nichamns company got to town
yesterday
CABMAN JONES SET FREE
No Cvldcnco AKnlnit Him In Susan
Ttni CHIP
i
Percy Jones the cabman who drove
Susan Davie to the Ivjbens stable No
fJGO Van Ilurcn street In front of vvliltfh
tho was found dead the fpllowlng
I morning was discharged In the Gates
avonue tatlon today by Magistrate
r Furlong
The evidence presented by the police
In this calla Is Imralllulent to hold
Jones said the Magistrate They
have not produced any evidence that h
of value The case ho bean hundled in
What I call a very slack manner and I
cannot hold tho prisoner for a higher
iBOun
1
ED WARD REELAN THE BROTHER WHO SHOT HIM
I AND WIFE OVER WHOM THEY QUARRELLED
I
1
I
DOUBLE BRIDE
CRIES IN COURT
I
S
Margaret Famlngton the Eigh
teenYearOld Girl Who Was
Twice Married Becomes
Hysterical at Bigamy Trial
The trial of Margaret Famllton the
eighteenyearold girl who married two
men In as many days In the Queens
COunty Court Long Island City for
bigamy waa brought to a sudden close
this afternoon when the young woman
became hysterical and waa carried
shrleklnz from the courtroom After
court was adjourned she became so
unmanagable that she had to be taken
to tho St Johns Hospital
Before becoming nystorlcal tho girl
had been on the stand and testified that
sho spent tho evening after fter first
marriage playing tag with a number of
boys about her home HOT father cor
roborated this testimony
The jury consisted entirely of married
men all of whom have daughters of
their own A poll was taken and It was
found that all told the jurymen have
fortyono daughters to their credit Mar
garet declared at tho time of her arrest
that she was forced Into the marriage
with Frederick 6 Klrkman and that the
second marriage in which a soldier
fIgured as tho other principal was the
one of her choice
Husband No 1 took the stand and tis
tilled that he was engaged to Margaret
for a year that on Oct 11 he received
a note from her to meet her at the Thir
tyfourth street ferry New York and
that the two went at once to the Rev
Dr Tnorp liosic N 219 East Twenty
seventh street They were married and
then returned home to Whlteatone Mr
Thorp corroborated the fact of the cere
mony
Then Edwvird J Roach the soldier
bridegroom was called He was hus
band No 2 the man whose love the
girl had exclusively He said that on
Oct 12 he left Whltestone with Mar
garet and th j they wtru married In
Now York Tlio girl avo him the wed
ding ring to bo used In the ceremony
preamnablv the one that Ihad done ser
vloo tho day previous
MRS CARTER CLAIMS ZAZA
Aillnltteil nil n Dcfcmlunt In Stilt
of llcnrl OrcIt
Directly following the motion of A
H Hummel In behalf of Henri Greastt
for an Injunction forblddng David Be
lasco to present gaza at tho lioUisco
Theatre or elsewhere rilled for argp
ment today before Justice Scott In
the Sufremo Court Do Lancey Nlcoll
asked the Court to permit Mrs Leslie
Carter to appear as a defendant lie
eald
Mrp Carter claims that sho has an
agreement with Ml Bclaaro muter
which sho atone may present Zara
and It Is sho who lo now presenting tho
pliy in this city This agreement wee
executed long before the alleged con
tract under which Henri Oreait claims I
tho right to tho play
There wan no objection and Justice I
Bcittt adjourned the hearing until
Wednesday
Calls on Governor for Trqnpii
SALT LAKE CITY Utah Nov 23
Bherlff WIlcox ol Carbon County has
asked Oov Wells tQ call out tha Stata
troops protect thcoal mine districts
of his county which are Included In
the recent strike order nrlBCii
Cannon left yesterday to Investigate
conditions the disturbed district
it j f
it
SHOT HIS BROTHER
IN WIVES QUARREL
JamesKeelan Seriously Wounds
Edward Because of Spouses
Refusal to Speak to Her New
SisterinLaw
In a row which Is wild to hae been
occasioned because Mrs Jam j Kculan
would not peak to her Rlterlnlaw
Mrs Edward Kcclan James Kcelan
thirtyone years old Is alleged to have
shot his brother Edward In the right
breast I
dward Kcelan who Is twentythrco I
years old Is now In tho Fordham Hoi
pltal and Is In a very critical condition
James ls a prisoner In tho Morrlianla
police station Ho waa arraigned today
and held without bill to await the re
sult of Edwards Injuries
The shooting occurred In tho hallway
of the lxstory tenement atNo 1D3S
Webster avenue where James Keclan
and his wife live James is a plumber
and Edward a bollormaker employed
by the Inter > orough Company
The brothers had been estranged for
some months bocauso of tho marriage
of Edward whoso family opposed his
marriage On Saturday It Is fold tho
brothers mot and agreed to patch up
their differences
Edward and his wife Kate called at
the home of James Keclan and ac
cording to the story told by Mrs Ed
ward Keelnn a row was started be
cause Mrs James Kcelan refused to
speak to her sisterinlaw
My husband finally raid to me
Well Kate we had better leave said
Airs Edward Keelan As we started
to po James ran up behind Edward and
shot him any Ing Take that with
you Mrs Kato Keelan ran Into the I
street and found a policeman who
called an ambulance and made search
for James Ho had disappeared but
detectives later found him In hiding In
a closet At first he said he had tired
In sclfdefense and only after Edward
had Crann a revolver on him Later he
denied having fir the shot at all
He was taken to tho hospital to bo
Identified hv his brother but the lat
ter Vas unconscious
Rev Dr Schneider of No 217 Second
avitiui was the send clergyman to
take the stand during the day Ho
Identified lloach tho United States ma
rine attached to the station at Wllletts
piln < i l > ri 4iirt t the snracii mar
nape Miss Pamlltons faUur was on
the stand for a time but gave no start
ling testimony
The Interest of the dRY centred In
the young woman herself Her testi
mony told trippingly off the tongue re
ferred to liar aoBoclailons with Kirk
man and Roach
She said that the former had often 111
treated her and that the wall forced to
mrry him at the point of a revolver
In fear of her life she consented Then
after the ceremony In New York sho
rushed back to her soldier lover who
she said 51 cuictc her fears that sho
was ready to repent the performance
He told her that being under nge the
marriage was void and that she was
free to ombark upon the name sea a
second tlmo While crossing on the
ferry which took them to Manhattan
she showed lloach the weddIng ring
lie took It and used It a few hours
later
TWO GIRLS MISSING
Mary apt LUilc Lullmrr Dlmippenr
from Their Home In llrooklyn
The police have been asked to find
Mary Latlmer seventeen yeans old 5
feet 7 Inched tall and weighing J15
pounds who has been missing since Nov
21 When slid left her hm at No 63
DunkId street she wore a black buo
and red waist and skirt and black hat
with plume
They were also asked to nnd IVzzln
Lvitlnwr of the same address 5 feet tall
weighing 12T pounds with dark com
plexlon anti hair She wore a dark
Jacket and blue straw hat
KAISER TO GO YACHTING
nURLIN Nov Nothing has boon
arranged for the Emperors winter vaca
tion In a warmer climate Ho has sim
I ply said that after Christmas he wishes
< o go south for n while It is considered
3IsdLtsrranan likely that he will S t > yachting la the
c
V tfbb i
NffLY MUST LOSE
lOOOO DEPOSIT
Judge Lacombe Declines to Dis
miss Motion Made to Vacate
Attachment > Filed Against
Bail by United States
Judge Lacombe in the United Statei
Circuit Court today handed down nn
opinion declining to dlimlss the motion
made by Charles F W Neely to va
cate the attachment filed by the United
States against JMOOO In cash deposited
by him as ball with the Register of the
United States Circuit Court In this dts
trct
In his opinion Judge Lacombe states
that the legal questions Involved are too
Important to be finally passed upon on
a mere motion and suggests that the
questions be properly raised on the trial
when the merits can bo fully gone Into
exceptions taken and a review had by
the appellate tribunals The chief ques
tion raised Involves an Interpretation of
the act of amnesty passed by the Cuban
Congress n May 100 whereby all
Americans con < oted of crime In Cuba
during the occupancy of the Island were
pardoned
Neely was arrested In this city In
1DOO and deposited JMOOO In cash ball
for his appearance in Cuba for trial
on a charge of embezzling 45375 from
the Islands postal funds Subsequently
he was convicted but was saved from
the consequences of his orlme by the
act of amnesty which In his case as
In that of all other Americans con
victed there operated as a pardon
Prior to this however tho United
States commenced a civil action In this
district to recover the KOOOO cash de
posited as ball contending the money
bo deposited prpperly belonged to Cuba
from wnlch Government Neely had em
bczzlixl It Neolya counsel then made
a motion to dismiss the attachment and
civil proceedings on tho ground that the
act of amnesty operating ai It did re
moved with It all penalties and dis
abilities and the money should there
fore be returned to him
Chpt William S Ball Assistant U
S DistrictAttorney submitted a brief
on behalf of the Government In opposi
tion to tho moUon which the court sus
tains contending that the pardon did
not remove the vested rights of others
nor could It be construed to deprive
others of rights which had never been
divested and that Ncely having wrong
fully converted the monoy to hi own
use could not by such act legally In
vel himself with the title to Cubas
money That when the lurdon wipel
out the crimo of Neely with Its conse
quences to him It could not be held to
work an InJurv to Cuba us would be I
the case If Neely were given the money
which had never been legally his
D
WOMAN CONFESSED IN COURT
Told how Site Ilecnmc n Confirmed
ftmoker of Upturns
A woman of twentyeight years old
who Rave her name as Josephine
Smith confessed to Magistrate Mayo
Ip tho Essex Market Court today that
she was a slavo to too opium habit
Tho woman was arrested In her
rooms at No 26 Cast Broadway In com
pany with Edward Armltage who
Claimed to be her husband and Wlll
Hun Smith who said ho was a friend
She was chArged with maintaining an
opium joint As only 01 e pipe and
layout was found the case was dis
missed in court and the woman dis
charged after the Court had given her
advlro to use her best efforts to fight
tho habit The woman who had evi
dently been a woman of refinement
sll
Flvo years ago I became acquainted
with a woman who used the drug I
hid tho pipe and layout for my own I I
use I have tried every means to over
come the craving but I cannot I hAY
medicine In my possession that I can
straw you
SlThe woman ahowed evidences of the
habit She Iremhlrd and appeared to
e so weak that who could hardly totter
from tho courtroom
ACCUSED OF LARCENY
Arnold H Webber of No 33 Decatur
street llrookljn waa arrested today on
charge of grand larceny It was ai >
Ivgod that ho secured the possession
of 2700 bales of deer skins from Cross
Brothers No 77 Droad street by
false representation lie wan held o4
AumUuUlon a4 UbLLR44 nnW
1
MiriMi i
NEIGHBOR BALED
AT YELLOW PAINT
1
When JagerBought Decorate
His House Schroeder Who
Lives Next Door Put a Stop
to It
JOB STILL UNFINISHED
With Three Sides of Hli Home a
Brilliant Canary Color the Un
happy Owner Goei to Court In
Vain for Relief
Frederick Sager an architect owns e
hreeBtory frame house at No 1T77
Weeks avenue and three weeks ago he
decided to point It yellow In a few
days three of Its alden tied been painted
but the fourth had not and thereby
ntign the tale that Mr Sager told
Magistrate Baker In the Morrisanla
Court to < lay
IMy nex < door neighbor Is George H
Schroeder sold Mr Jager and tie
owns the house at N 1775 Between
our house Is an alleyway four feel
wide Of that ground I own three and
onehalf Inches and Schrowder owns the
remainder About a year ago Schroeder
had some workmen doing some repairs
on his house and they worked on Sun
day 1 objected and he has been any
over since Therefore when I tried to
point the side of ray house that runa
along the alleyway he tried In every
way to stop me
I started to paint the house by using
ladder They rested on Schroeders
ground and he made me take them off
I thought I would got the best of him
In having Ihn painting done from a
swinging scaffold lowered from the roof
but no Schroeder got a lot of bourns
and atuck them out of the windows of
hIs house They reached within my
three and a half Inches of space and my
project had to be abandoned
After a few days I decided that bv
using a twinging < ialr my painter
coulu get underneath the beams and
last Saturday I stole a march on Mr
Sohroeder and cot a small portion of
the wall painted
As soon ai he BOW what I was doing
ho got a laborer and put a lot of long
postS In the ground next to the wall so
that the swinging chair had to be dis
continued 1 then gave It up as a bad
job and aopoal to you to help me
Mclirt ate Baker saId he was very
sorry but could do nothing and Mr
Jager went away
AGED SPOUSE MUST
PAY HER ALIMONY
Pretty Chipola V Bulkley Sued
for Divorce Files a Cross Suit
and Issues Triumphantly
from the CourtRoom
Justice Scott of the Supreme Court
today awarded alimony of J10 a week
to Mrs Chlpola Viola Bulkley whose
husband Washington Bulkley Is nt
Utihr > < just three times her age and
Is suing her for absolute divorce She
rejoined with a countarsult declaring
that her aged trpouse Is more friendly
linn he should be with a middleaged
Brooklyn widow with whom she al
rgcs he takes drives on the Eastern
toulevurd and down the speedway to
Coney Island stopping at the road
houses to refresh the Inner man and
woman
Jn ifj Scjtt allowed her 1100 for her
xwyer
HIGHEST VOLTAGE
TO KILL MUAUfRER
Carmini Gamari Dies in Electric
Chair Under Greatest Current
Ever Used in Sing Sing
Prison
Carmine Gamer paid the penalty of
his life In the electric chair In Sing Sing
Prlion this moraine for the murder of
Mrs Josephine Lanta Petro on Oct C
iDol The voltage was the highest ever
used In Sing Sing Warden Johnson
called tho execution most successful
Qamarl went to his death at 513
oclock He was cool and walked to the
death chamber and sat down In the
fatal chair without aid All day yester
day he was attended by an Italian priest
and two sisters of the Order of Mercy
The condemned man expressed contrition
for his crime and promised that he would
make no scone at the execution He did
not weaken
Three shocks were given before Ja
marl was pronounced dead Gamari en
beret the death chamber nt 5 S3 A M
In front of him walked Warden John
Ion and on either side were two prints
from New York Rev Father B Ill
Izto of the Church of the Most Pre
cious Blood and Father Leonard Florlo
of St Anthonys Church
12 MILK DEALERS FINED
One Hail to In > EfS for Selling
Adulterated Milk
The Court of Special Sessions today
disposed of nearly 100 cases of viola I
tions of the unitary code Imposing
lines ranging from SIO to J75
Nathan Waller a milk dealer of No
207 Eldrldge street wan fined the
leavlest lie had to t > ay ITS for selling
adulterated milk WIlium Voae u
river for iM Hurgman of No 304 West
Thlrty xth street was fined ro for
the mine offense Henry Wolpman a
milk dealer of No SIT West Klftynlntb
street paid a fine of tM as did Henry
fjppel ± of No 618 East BlevenUi treet
VM oD J oL1tf
i1
LOVE AFFAIR LED
TO HIS SUICIDE
Letters Found in Room of New
York Man Who Killed Himself
in Rhode Island Tell of Fail
ure as Suitor
GIRLS NAME ON ENVELOPE
Police Take Thl ai a Clue and No
tify Her of the Traoc Occurrence
Victim Had Apparently Written
Threat of SelfDestruction
Special to The Evening World
PROVIDENCE H I Nov 23Del
pondencr over a love affair that to
judge from letter found In his room
did not go smoothly led a man said to
be Albert Stall thirtyfive years old
of No 208 East Eightyfourth street
New York to commit suicide In his
room at the Elmwood boardinghouse
ba inhaling Illuminating gas
Ire wall sound dead today by his land
licy Stahl lad wjrttt < l for the Go <
ham Manufacturing Company for five
months as an engrava He left an en
velope addressed I J ICes M Zelhmer
No 3SZ East Uightyf iurth street Now
York care of W Barton but the police
were unablo to find a letter addressed
U her
Letters headed with that address from
n New York wonan however ihowi > d
that the ooune of his love did not run
Bmoothly and tliwo were paanagcs that
seemed to refer to a threat on Btahls
part to commit suicide
The police here have sent word to
Mien Zcthmer
SISTER
CHIEF MOURNER
Her Marriage ToMorrow Fol
lows the Funeral ToDay of
Vanderbilt Kinsman Who
Died in Newark Hotel
Special to The Bvenlnr World
EWAHK N J Nov 2JThe funer
al of William Vanderbilt Klssom who
was found dead In the Planters Hotel
here was held today from the mans
late homo No 05 Walnut street where
he boarded with Frank L Relb
None of the Vnnderbllt family of Nw
York with which Klswun was connect
ed WWI present
The chief mourner was the dead mans
sIster Miss Josephine De Molt Klnam
who Is to be married tomorrow to
Harry W Olmsted thu latter accom
panying her at the funeral
Several friends from New York were
also present
The death of young Kls am will not
Interfere with the marriage of his sJs
< er tomorrow The ceremony which
will be private will bo performed nt
the home of the brides grandmother
at Hackensock N S
It was Intended to have the marriage
public at the home of Samuel H Kill
sam No 10 East Fortyeighth street
New York an uncle of the bride but
the young man death caused the
change In the arrangements
mm fOR AID TO
SEE UfAD HUSBAND I
Women and Children Stranded
Here While the Father Lay
Dying in His Far Home in
Colorado
Clerk William Walsh In the Outdoor
Poor Department listened to a pathetic
tory of a woman and her five children
stranded In New York City with her
husband lying dead In Loodvllle Col
and she without means of getting there
It all came out when Mrs Anna Oreskey
applied at the department for relief to
day
The woman said that her husband had
been a smelter In the mines at Itad
vlUe nnd earned good wages In order
that she and her children could pay
their relations In Austria a visit her
husband cold their cotture In Colorado
five months ago and with the proceeds
the family went abroad
While In Austria she received word
that her husband was dying She got
together what little money she could
awl arrived In New York five days ngo
Boon she was penniless end she and her
five children the oldest being a boy of
sixteen and the youngest a girl of four
months had wandered around the city
begging and sleeping In hallways and
shoos
Becoming desperate the woman ap
pealed to a policeman who directed her
to the Outdoor Poor Department
Ctrk Walsh Irjormed Supt Jtorwln
of ihe woman plight and tie made an
Investigation of her story He found
that hr husband was deaU and that
her story was true In every particular
The woman and her children were sent
to the St Barnabas Home at Mulberry
and Hleecker streets and on Wednes
day will be given transportation to Lead
vllle
CUTTING TO QUIT OFFICE
Will Ilmlcw Re Pmldrnt of the
CltUrni Union
It wan announced at Citizens Unon
headquarters today that President Cutting
ting hn fully made up his mind to re
sign the presidency of the Union and
psrncv
that tits place will be taken by City
Otinmborlftin E R L Gould
Mr Cutting will remain a active
agent In the Union and will b etaoted
e
Chairman the Commute on City Or
iM
SHOPLIFTER
POCKET 3 FEET DEEP
Well Dressed and of Evident Re
finement She Refused After
Arrest to Give Any Account
of Herself
SKIRT FILLED WITH BOOTY
She Declared Her Name Was Au
gusta Kit but Admitted to the
Detectives Afterward that It Was
Fictitious
In the Jefferson Market Police Court
today a welldressed woman who re
fused to give any Information about her
self was arraigned before Magistrate
Deuel charged with shoplifting She
refused even to enter a plea and the
Court held her In 1300 ball for trial
Saturday afternoon she was arrested
by DetectiveSergeants Blake and Kiln
of Inspector McCllukys staff In a Sixth
avenue department store where the
detectives told the Court she was caught
In tho act of stealing several articles I
When arrested and taken to Police
Headquarters she was searched and to I
the astonishment of the detectives she
was found to have a false pocket In her I
skirt The pocket was three feet deep
and contained the detectives charged
a muff a waist a belt a leather belt
and six pairs of socks all valued at
1941 I was said that all the articles
were stolen from the store In which the
woman was caught
The detectives thought the woman
WILl a professional shoplifter but a
1ollce Headquarters she was not
known Her picture w ten for tine
Uogues Gallon
Itlues GAlen
At Headquarter she was booked A
Jane Doe put when committed to U
Tombs she gave the name of Augusta
Kiss She refused to tell where she
Kis Ihe
lived She admitted that the name she
cave was fictitious
The woman Is nboit thirtyfive years
old and of evident refinement
COL JEWELL GETS
ALIMONY RfUUCEU
S
Former Appraiser Now Need
Pay Only 75 Instead of
150 Pending Trial of Suit
and CounterSuit for Divorce
The plaintive plea of Col James A
Jewel for a modification of the court
order to pay u I month alimony to
his wife pending the trial of their suit
nnd counter suit for absolute divorce
evidently touched Justice Scott of the
Supreme Court At uny rate the force
of I B Clopsons argument that It
would be dllllcult for the Colonel to pay
10 of of nothing
16 a month out an Income n
hIlt at all seemed to strlke < tho Justice
for he compromised the matter today
bv reducing th alimony to JiG a month
This grieved Louis Ji Grant for he
had shown by a sweet wifely letter
written to Dear Jamie by Mrs Jew
ell when abe heard that the Colonel
was about to bo supplanted by State
Senator McClelland of Wcstohester
begging him to shake off the bad friends
who kept them apart and cone to her
and make her happy again She orom
fn to get a boirJInghouM and keep
him so that he would never need to
work again
The Colonel is wondering now how
af
he will ever raise the S1 per
MJOSULLIVAN DISCHARGED
Xo Evidence Against the Deputy
Tnx Commissioner
Deputy Tax Commissioner Michael J
OSulllvan who was arrested on Oot
OSulvan wl
20 on a charge of obtaining money to
ret men on the police force was dis
charged today bv Justice Wyatt In
tho Court of General Sessions on the
motion of his counsel Abe Levy
Justice Wyatt made his discharge
neon the declaration of Assistant Dls
trlctAttornfiv Lord who said there was
absolutely no evidence against OSulll
van
FIVE NEW WOMEN LAWYERS
They Take the Oath Before the
Supreme Court
A class ot 1J7 taw students was sworn
In at the Appellate Division of the Su
jjreme Court today
Included lI tho class were five young
women an unprecedented number Pre
Idln s JustIces van Hrunt made I brief
address lion of congratulallm and ajmonl
COULDNT FOOL HIM
Doctor Won Kirm and Wai flight
Many doctors forbid their patients
I to drink coffee but the patients still
drink 1C on the sly and thus spoil all
the doctors efforts and keep them
selves sick Sometimes tho doctor
makes sure that the patient Is not
drinking coffee and there was a case
of that kind In St Paul where a busi
ness man said
After a very severe Illness last
winter which almost caused my
death tho doctor said Postum Food I
Coffee was the only thIng that I could
drink and ho just made me quit cof
fee nd drink Poaiuui My Illness
was caused by Inulgstlon from the
uso of tea and coffee
The state of my stomach was so
bad that It became terribly inflamed
and finally resulted In a rupture I
had not drank Postum very long be
fore my lost blood was restored and
my stomach was well and strong and
I have now been using Postum for
almost a year When I got up from I
bed after my Illness I weighed 98
pounds and now my weight Is 120
punds
Them Is no doubt that Postum
was the reason for this wonderful
Improvement and 1 shall never go
back to tea or coffee but shall al
ways stick to the food drink that
brought mo back to health and
Name given by Postum
strength b Potum i
gven
Co Battlo Creek Mich I
Look In each package for a copy ot
to famous little book The Road to
Wuo k
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C NOTICE i r L 1
TIi Rlitr Con Our WritKnown Du I
glitz Make a Proposition f the j
People of New York Qr t t < K1
d r
ALL INTERESTED ARE ADVISED
TO ACCEPT i
ACCT <
It is predicted that this fall end early
persona winter will In Illhealth be a trying time for all >
Know therefore that we theRlker Co
DrucnUti tereforl city dc hereby acre to 1
furnlih all the medicine necessary t restore
neeuu
store to health any sick persons In New
York City Should the medicine fall t ac m
complish what we guarantee It will be ab >
aolutelr free wi I Y 1
Let avery person who U rundown weak
ened from any cause sickness or pulmonary
disease old people nursing mother pale
debated women and children or those
troumed with hard colds backing couchs or
Incipient consumption com to our store
and Ret a bottle of Vlnol yea two or three
bottles and I It docs not accomplish what
we guarantee I will we will without ques
tion refund every dollar they revue for Ir
We hits seen such wonderful remits from
Vlnol and have received to many unsolicited
testimonials that we know what I will do
This It 1 fair and cauare ole honorably
made and with the expectation that It will
New ba accepted York City br I people In I heat In
If you donUt already know what Vinci is
let us tell you Vlnol la tbe modernized
preparation ot cod liver oil It doe not
contain a drop of oil Yet IL positively does aHf
mind you we give you our word for ot
It positively does contain every one of the
te
fiftyodd medicinal curative elements which
are taken from fresh cods liven We nave
deor dl eV t
now been selllnic and recommending Vlnol
ffmnb
for a long time and without hesitation wf
loaM
I lay It ii the itrande and post rebutlder
of bodily strength and health we ever had
In our store
taD te You think you hart better accept
I andt5dSt our offer Illkeri Drug Store nub Ave 1
NOTE Kor the convenience of people In
other localities the Hlkrr Co hat arranged
Rker arrnn
to have VINOL fold at the true Ion of J
Junrman 1020 M Ave aim Cr Cofumbus
Ive also at Kinsman drug stores cor i
tjMhBt and Rib Ave and en Sth AT
Opticians
should not prescribe glasses any
more than a druggist should pre
scribe medicine OUR examina
tions are by OCULISTS
Glasses Only if Needed S 1 up
A4j CA
OPTICIANS 4I Years Practice
25 BROAD STArad Brad Ex Bid
217 BROAT WAY Astor house Block
iS SiXTh AVENUE Near 16thi > t
1345 BROADWAY Neat 36th S >
ci N C E NT says I
pERHAPS its because
People stay so late in
the country nowadays t
all these rough Homespun
goods are in such favour
A GOOD fact too for i Y
theyrefas Sturdy and Com
fortable as they look
Heavy Homespun Suits
15
Broadway 22d Street
I Sixth Avenue 12th Street q
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ay V i ft T 1 Cereipiirsaad eanttlpstlta I
PILE OILdrepn e Price flea C
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today to use World
a IL Fib F Want and keep pour i
START advertising down First expenses Insertion < 1
tion right ought party to bring Ii
ay fl
WELL placed cannot Wants fail to ads1 reap
c
results and the me
dium into which thi t
ad goes counts
for a great deal L
Get in line Here is pro
Majority use them There were
wC
959 Paid Help Wants in thij I
mornings World but 213 PaiJ 1
Help Wants in the thirteen other
New York newspapers rJ
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BAKERS I TInarli
HAHTENDEnS 3 LUNCllfo 7
ULACKSM1T1IS I MACHINISTS 2
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CASHlnS 8 MAIEnS a
cltAMnI1t1AID in PoLisimlis
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CLERKR 5 PRTEJIS I
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nUER a TUCItns 3
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AUECIE8 7 UIJOlTEHElS 1
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